Rare Stamps & Postal History of the World including the Fred Blau Collection
March 3-4, 2020

We are pleased to announce our March 3-4, 2020 Auction, featuring the Fred Blau collection of Palestine Aerophilately and Military Mail, followed by United States and Possessions, with Dr.Ernesto Arosemena's Canal Zone, continuing with selections from Asia, Western European countries, South and Central America, Middle East, as well as extensive Great Britain and British Commonwealth, Poland with an exceptional collection of World War II Occupation proofs & essays, Russia, Vatican City, etc., and ending as usual with Large Lots and Collections. This is a live public auction taking place in our NYC Galleries as well as on CherrystoneLIVE.

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ImagesDescriptionBidding
Lot #1142
PANAMA
1906-7 1c-50c imperforate horizontal pairs, n.h., v.f.
**
Catalog #186-93var
Price Realized
$325.00

Lot #1143
PANAMA
1909 Balboa, 1c dark green and black, center inverted, used, strong colors, centered to top as often, closed tear and faint toning at bottom, still fine appearing, one of only seven used examples reported, certainly among the most important stamps from Panama and one of the rarest inverted centers in the world, ex-Dr. Ernesto Arosemena,
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Catalog #197a
Catalog Value $7,500
Unsold
Lot #1144
PANAMA
1910 Arms of Panama, large die proof in black, die sunk on card, with die number at bottom, security punch at upper left, fine
P
Unsold
Lot #1145
PANAMA
1911 unexploded "Valor B/-1.50" booklet with "60 Sellos Postales" panes of 6 (3x2) of 1/2c orange (3), 1c dark green & black (3), 2 1/2c red orange (2), 5c blue & orange and 10c violet & black, with advertising interleaves, printing on inside and outside covers, stapled at left, panes unused without gum as issued, incredibly rare booklet from Panama, listed but unpriced in Scott, ex Dr. Ernesto Arosemena
Booklet
Catalog #197b/200a
Unsold

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