Lot 2889Mexico, 1939, 20c blue & red, Sarabia overprint, bottom left corner margin block of 4, o.g., never hinged (hinged in selvage only), fresh and Very Fine, a wonderful position multiple.
Scott No. C93A $3,200 for singles.
Lot 2890 oMexico, 1934, 10p National University, town cancel, rich colors, F.-V.F., a scarce used high value; with 2011 M.E.P.S.I. certificate.
Scott No. C60 $525.
Lot 2891 /Mexico, 1934, 20c-1p National University Issues, blocks of 4, o.g., never hinged (couple lower values hinged), rich colors, Very Fine.
Scott No. C54-C58 $400 for hinged.
Lot 2892 ()Mexico, Porte de Mar 1875, 20c small figures, top right margin block of 27, showing indentations from a 1877 consignment number setting used on the regular issue 1874 Hidalgo issues, accompanied by a Postage Due 1875, 60c large figure single (JX24) with printed "38-77" consignment numbers on reverse which correspond to the indentations on block, couple vertical creases in block between stamps, Very Fine, an intriguing item for the collector of the 1874 issue.
Scott No. JX12 Estimate $150 - 200.
Surplus sheets of the Porte de Mar issue were used as padding and trial printings of the 1877 consignments numbers of the 1874-79 regular issues. These trial printings are also known on the reverse of the 12c small figures (including Mexico 1-77).
Lot 2893Mexico, Porte de Mar 1875, 5c large figures, Veracruz, block of 10, postmarked "Veracruz Sept 27, 1875" and "N. York Steamship Dec 19, 1875", ample to large margins, couple small repaired internal holes, otherwise Very Fine, one of the crowns in the award winning Schimmer exhibit, ex-Vanotti, Shelton & Schimmer; with 2001 M.E.P.S.I. certificate.
Scott No. JX20 Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
THE LARGEST AND MOST IMPORTANT USED MULTIPLE OF THE PORTE DE MAR ISSUES KNOWN.
Lot 2894 ()Mexico, Official, 1887 olive brown, tied by "Tepic, E.U.M., Nov 19, 1887" oval date stamp on registered cover front to Ixtlan, matching certified boxed date stamp and circle of wedges at corners, blue "Admon Pral de Correos de Tepic" official eagle cachet handstamp, Very Fine.
Scott No. O2 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 2895Mexico, 1895 Mulitas Issue stationery usages, 10 items; includes 2 postal cards with mixed franking (Germany and Belgium), 2 items with Mulitas- Aguilitas mixed frankings, 2 registered PS (postal card and wrapper), private postal stationary cover used, 2 different postal cards with mixed franking Numerals-Mulitas and a large parcel piece with 54c postage which includes five 10c Mulitas entire paste-ups canceled "Tepeji on Feb 7, 1898", Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.