Lot 942Mexico, 1882, 12c brown, Monterrey, vertical pair, in combination with 1882, 6c ultramarine, both cons 25-83 without district name, tied by purple Lampazos del Naranjo cds's on 1883 registered cover to Houston, Tex., via N.Y. with registry etiquette and boxed receiving date stamp, marked unclaimed with DLO marking on reverse; cover edge wear and scuffing affecting etiquette, F.-V.F., franking 30c (12c flat registration fee + 18c triple rate to USA for 45 grams).
Scott No. 136+149 Estimate $500 - 750.
Lot 943Mexico, 1882, 18c orange brown, Mexico, in combination with 1882, 6c ultramarine, both cons 54-82, tied by light blue grid handstamp on 1882 registered cover to Modena, Italy, Mexico origin and red London transit date stamps; 6c with corner overlapping cover, Very Fine, franking 24c (12c flat registration fee +12c rate to Europe).
Scott No. 137+148 Estimate $600 - 800.
Lot 944Mexico, 1883, 6c Ultrmarine, La Paz. Cons 30-83 with district name, tied by violet grid on 1884 registered return receipt (AR) from Hamburg, Germany, stamp affixed to pay for service, matching La Paz oval date stamp on reverse; some soiling and fold affecting stamp, F.-V.F., very rare as it paid the first rate which very quickly reverted to the 5c rate.
Scott No. 149; Estimate $250 - 350.