Lot 2199France, 1909 Port Aviation Meet. Cover addressed to Paris, franked with 1907, 5c green tied by "Port - Aviation, 16-10, 09" machine postmark with additional octagon date stamp at lower left, Very Fine (Muller 38a).
Scott No. 159 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 2200France, 1910 Dijon Aviation Meet. Cover addressed to Paris, franked with 1900, 5c green tied by "Dijon - Aviation, Cote-D'Or, 23-9, 10" cds with second strike alongside, Very Fine (Muller 87).
Scott No. 113 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 2201France, 1910 Caen Aviation Meet. Cover addressed to Paris, franked with 1907, 10c red tied by "Caen - Aviation, Calvados, 1-6, 10" octagon date stamp with second strike alongside, with meet label on reverse, Very Fine.
Scott No. 162 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 2202France, 1910 Rheims/Betheny Great Aviation Week. Cover addressed to Paris, franked with 1907, 10c red tied by "Betheny - Aviation, Marne, 7-7, 10" octagon date stamp with second strike alongside tying meet label; stamp with corner nick, otherwise Very Fine.
Estimate $100 - 150.
Lot 2203France, 1927 Nonstop Flight Paris to Buenos Aires. Cover franked with 1927, 3f Liberty & Peace + 1.50fr Pasteur tied by "Bourget - Aviation, Seine, 10-10, 27" cds, with special "Buenos Aires, Oct 20, 1927" slogan arrival machine cancel alongside; minor cover wrinkling, still Very Fine, rare with only 17 covers carried. AAMC No. 1063.
Estimate $250 - 350.
The French aviators Lts. Dieudonne Coste and Joseph LeBrix successfully crossed the South Atlantic in their plane "Nungesser-Coli" in a flight from LeBourget Field, Paris to Rio Janeiro via St. Louis, Senegal; Natal and Polotas.
Lot 2204 /France, Airmail, 1930, 1.50fr ultramarine, "E.I.P.A." Perfins Inverted. Single C6 from top right corner of sheet with selvage attached, the perfins inverted placing entirely in the top margin, with Paris Expo cancel in right selvage, stamp is never hinged, slight hinging at upper selvage and bit of stain as well, otherwise Very Fine. Scott No. C6b var.
Maury No. 6C var. €550 ($759).
Lot 2205 /France, 1939-45, 1fr50c Petin, "Richelieu" surcharge, block of 4, o.g., never hinged, light black adhesion affecting bottom right stamp, fresh and Very Fine; signed Sanabria.
Maury No. 4 €1,000 for o.g. ($1,380).