Lot 2168Mexico, 1876-77 Toluca Post Office daily accounting forms. Two similar printed forms of October, 28, 1876 and February 14, 1877 giving general accounting for the daily mails, Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Lot 2169Mexico, 1884-85 folded letters to Vera Cruz. Two from correspondence; 1884 folded letter franked with 1884 10c green tied by clear "Franco, Cosamaloapam" oval handstamp (Schatzkes 1781), 1885 folded letter with 1884 4c pair + 2c (small tear), tied by two strikes of "Tesechoacan" boxed handstamp (Schatzkes 1801), couple small tears in first cover, Very Fine.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 2170Mexico, 1886-90 certified mail receipts. Two receipt forms (F. Num. 262) for inland service; 1890 receipt for mail from Tlapacoyan to Martinez de la Torre in Vera Cruz and a 1886 receipt from Merida to Mexico City; reback tears on 1890 receipt, F.-V.F. overall, scarce.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 2171Mexico, 1891 Puebla U.P.U. certified mail receipt. Postal form "F. Num. 276" franked with 1890, 5c dull blue (additional row of vertical perforations at right) tied by blue "Puebla, Ene 15, 91" oval date stamp, previously attached to cover to Bilboa, Spain, with appropriate transit and receiving postmarks on reverse; light tone spots, Very Fine, a very rare U.P.U. postal receipt.
Scott No. 216a Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 2172Mexico, Sr. J.B. Chapman. Postal card and entire to this prominent Mexico philatelist; 3c Numeral postal card sent from Puebla in 1895 to Chapman as "Contador del Ferrocarril Interoceanico" in Mexico offering a rare Campeche provisional, other 10c Eagle entire addressed to him in London in 1900, Very Fine.
Estimate $75 - 100.
Lot 2173Mexico, U.P.U. identification booklet. Complete unused 27-page booklet used to identify the recipient of any registered article with declared value or before paying a money order, includes a additional reduced portion of page 2 showing the impression of the 20c Numeral indicia; booklet with archival tape reinforcing booklet cover, F.-V.F.
Estimate $400 - 600.