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Lot #5040
GERMANY
1872 Small Shield, 3kr rose, unused with original gum, h.r., strong embossing, small thin, with 2005 Hansmichael Krug certificate which only mentions a light crease, otherwise sound and rare stamp (Mi.9)
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Catalog #9
Catalog Value $1,700
$280.00

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Lot #5041
GERMANY
1872 Small Shield, 7kr ultramarine, unused with original gum, h.r., excellent embossing, centered to bottom, fresh and fine stamp, with 2008 APS certificate (Mi.10)
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Catalog #10
Catalog Value $2,350
$450.00

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Lot #5042
GERMANY
1872 Large Shield, 2 1/2gr orange brown, h.r., well centered, v.f., signed Kohler, with 2005 Krug certificate (Mi.21a, €2,600)
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Catalog #19
Catalog Value $1,800
$450.00

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Lot #5043
GERMANY
1872 Large Shield, 1kr bluish green, n.h., post office fresh and fine, with 1997 Dr.Sommer certificate for a block of four from which this originated (Mi.23b, €1,500)
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Catalog #21a
Catalog Value $1,125
$280.00

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Lot #5044
GERMANY
1901 3PF on left half of 5pf green, the legendary "Vineta" provisional, h.r., signed Miro, Friedemann, also Roumet, with 1971 certificate, as well as Georg Buhler, with his 1975 certificate. A considerable rarity unused (This famous provisional was created on April 13, 1901 on board the cruiser SMS Vineta. As the postal officer had not been supplied with 3 Pfennig Germania stamps, he bisected his stock of the 5 Pfennig stamps and stamped them by hand with a "3 PF" mark. Mail with the Vineta provisional stamp was sent from Pernambuco to Germany on April 17, 1901. Only 600 were surcharged, with majority used, destroyed or disappeared over the years, making this unused provisional one of the rarities of German philately) (Mi.AI, €13,000)
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Catalog #65B
Catalog Value $9,000
$4,500.00

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Lot #5045
GERMANY
1920 Watermarked Circles, 3m black violet, l.h., v.f., signed Grobe, etc., with 1963 Stolow certificate (Mi.96BIIaW, €2,500)
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Catalog #102
Catalog Value $1,875
$900.00

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Lot #5046
GERMANY
1920 Watermarked quatrefoils, 1 1/4M vermilion & magenta, l.h., v.f. (Mi.151Y, €600)
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Catalog #210
Catalog Value $450
$180.00

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