U.S. and Worldwide Stamps; South America; Russia
January 13-14, 2010

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Lot #545
GREAT BRITAIN
1793 stampless FL from Berkshire to London, with good strike of hs "4 Reading" in black, fine
Envelope
Price Realized
$160.00

Lot #546
GREAT BRITAIN
1796 stampless FL from Berkshire to Middlesex (one flap missing) with hs "4" and "Reading" in black, faint town mark on face, "4" deleted and replaced with ms "5", part pmk on reverse, fine
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Price Realized
$120.00

Lot #547
GREAT BRITAIN
1850 (Feb 28) FL from Belfast to Mexico, 2sh 6d paid with 2x1sh embossed (cut to shape) and 6x1p red stamps (the 3d over the regular rate of 2sh 3d paid the late fee), carried by "Medway" to Bermuda, March 18th, continuing to Veracruz, arriving April 7th, with blue Belfast departure and 2 March, Southampton pmks in red, fine
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Catalog #3,5
Price Realized
$700.00

Lot #548
GREAT BRITAIN
1853 (Apr 30) FL from London to Mexico, franked with British pair of 1sh Embossed (cut at upper left), also perf. 1p and 2p, sent per "La Plata" to St. Thomas (May 15) and per "Conway" via Havana to Veracruz, arriving June 2nd, fine
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Catalog #5
Price Realized
$700.00

Lot #549
GREAT BRITAIN
1857 FL to New York, franked with 1sh Victoria, tied by Sheffield Sep.4, 1857 cds and "700" obliterator hs, with red "5 cents" hs alongside, red New York Paid arrival with "Paid" hs alongside, fine
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Catalog #28
Price Realized
$140.00

Lot #550
GREAT BRITAIN
1859 (Sep 1) FL from Glasgow to Mexico City, paid 2sh6p (2x1sh, 1p and 2p), per "Panama" to St. Thomas (September 17) then by "Teviot" to Veracruz (September 28), 2 reales due in Mexico, fresh and v.f. cover from United Kingdom to Mexico, signed Holcombe
Envelope
Catalog #28
Price Realized
$525.00

Lot #551
GREAT BRITAIN
1872 (May 14) FL from Manchester to Mexico, franked with pair of British 3p, per steamer "Abyssinia" to New York, arriving May 24th, then overland to San Francisco (with May 31 arrival cds), forwarded by "Lemmen Meyer" (manuscript departure in company's oval) to Mazatlan, arriving on 1st July, fine, with Proschold cert. (SG 102)
Envelope
Catalog #49
Price Realized
$425.00

Lot #552
GREAT BRITAIN
1871 (Sep 19) FL from Manchester to Acapulco, franked with British 4x6p and 2x1sh, leaving Liverpool by a Danish ship ("Venezuela") to St.Thomas, then by a British ship to Colon, by rail to Panama, where it was forwarded by "Hourquet, Poylo & Co." (oval handstamp), who paid "55" cents for carriage by the Pacific Mail Steamship Co. vessel to Acapulco, filing folds, some toning, otherwise fine and striking letter
Envelope
Catalog #54
Price Realized
$1,100.00

Lot #553
GREAT BRITAIN
1872 (Jan 16) FL from Manchester to Acapulco, Mexico, franked with pair of 1sh green (perfs trimmed at left), sent via Southampton and Panama, where a forwarder's cachet was applied, charged "20" (deci) in blue crayon, overall toning and paper erosion, scarce routing to the Pacific Coast of Mexico
Envelope
Catalog #54
Unsold
Lot #554
GREAT BRITAIN
1882 £5 orange, lettered B-E, neat Belfast No.23, 88 pmk, well centered, fresh color, tiny abrasion at lower right, otherwise v.f. (SG 137)
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Catalog #93
Catalog Value £4,500
Price Realized
$2,400.00

Lot #555
GREAT BRITAIN
1883 2sh6p, well centered, l.h., gum creases, otherwise v.f. (SG 178)
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Catalog #96
Catalog Value £500
Price Realized
$170.00

Lot #556
GREAT BRITAIN
1894 cover (back flap missing) addressed to British Legation in Peking, c/o Foreign Office, London, sent from Ireland, franked with Victoria 1p lilac pair and 1/2p vermilion, overpaying the 1p postage to London, where it was transferred to the Diplomatic Bag and delivered to the British Legation in Peking, with Ireland and London pmks on reverse, some wear, otherwise fine and interesting cover
Envelope
Price Realized
$140.00

Lot #557
GREAT BRITAIN
1919 Seahorses, Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co., set of three, l.h., v.f. (SG 413a/417)
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Catalog #179-181
Catalog Value £725
Price Realized
$600.00

Lot #558
GREAT BRITAIN
1919 Seahorses, 2sh6p-10sh, Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co., set of three, h.r., 5sh slightly oxidized, otherwise fine-v.f. (SG 413a/417)
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Catalog #179-181
Catalog Value £725
Price Realized
$300.00

Lot #559
GREAT BRITAIN
1941 censored cover from the Women's Internment Camp to Buffalo, NY, endorsed "Letter in German", with violet censor cachet, the "camp" was in a house on Hanover Street in Kingston, slightly stained, otherwise v.f. and unique. Sutcliff states that "postal evidence of the camp is scant, being based on one letter only"
Envelope
Price Realized
$150.00

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