Rare Stamps & Postal History of the World; Hawkins II - European Colonies
May 12-13, 2020

Our May 12, 2020 sale was prepared in anticipation of London 2020 World Stamp Exhibition. While the show has been rescheduled, this auction will take place as scheduled. There is an important collection of Great Britain and British Commonwealth, with many individual Colonies offered intact. In addition, there are hundreds of better individual lots of Inverted Centers of the World, French Colonies Postal History selection from the Lorenz correspondence to Trieste, excellent range of European countries, with Italy and Colonies, especially Fezzan, Poland, Russia, as well as rarities from Japan, Korea and more. There are many attractive and substantial Large Lots and Collections, often fully scanned.

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Lot #1106
GERMAN STATES Prussia
1866 10sg rose, n.h., plus four used singles (one defective), also 30sg blue, n.h., plus two used singles (one defective), usual creases or wrinkles, otherwise fine-v.f.,
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Catalog #21-22
Catalog Value $1,140
Price Realized
$150.00

Lot #1107
GERMAN STATES Prussia
1866 10sg rose, three singles in combination with 30sg blue on piece, tied by boxed "Buchholz 1868" cancels, fine,
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Catalog #21-22
Catalog Value $540
Unsold
Lot #1108
GERMAN STATES Prussia
1866 10sg rose, top margin block of four, n.h., some horizontal perf. separations, v.f., with 2006 Brettl opinion,
Box **
Catalog #21
Catalog Value $1,100
Price Realized
$230.00

Lot #1109
GERMAN STATES Prussia
1866 10sgr rose, used on registered 1gr North German Confederation postal stationary entire, additionally franked with North German Confederation 1gr and 2gr, all tied by Berlin (19.2.68) cancels, addressed to Borna near Leipzig, some cover tears at top, otherwise fine-v.f., with 2011 PFC
Envelope
Catalog #21
Catalog Value $650
Price Realized
$270.00

Lot #1110
GERMAN STATES Prussia
1866 30sg blue, used in combination with three 1/4gr North German Confederation (one defective) on registered cover from Breslau to Bordeaux, France, tied by boxed "Breslau" (Jan 21, 1868) postmarks, with red "Charge" and "P.D." handstamps, Saarbrucken transit and blue French entry postmarks, 30sg with diagonal creases, otherwise fine, with 2012 PFC,
Envelope
Catalog #22
Catalog Value $1,600
Price Realized
$200.00

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