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Sale 74: The Westpex Auction

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Airmail Issues

Lots 1531-1540 Lots 1541-1542

Lot 1531    

Airmail, 1918, 24¢ carmine rose & blue, tied by "Air Mail Service, Wash. N.Y. Phila., Washington, Oct 19, 1918" duplex (year inverted) on cover to Yonkers, N.Y., with blue W.T. Robey corner card, purple "Fee Claimed…" handstamp and receiving backstamp, Very Fine, an attractive usage sent by the initial purchaser of the Inverted Jenny pane, William T. Robey.
Scott No. C3    Estimate $200 - 300.

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Lot 1532    

1922 (Jun. 3, Jul. 26) Amundsen North Polar Arctic Drift Expedition, full sheet of 9 perforated red flight labels and selvage, top right label with unused 2¢ Wash. affixed, Very Fine.
AAMC No. PP 30c    Estimate $200 - 300.

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Lot 1533    

Airmail, 1930, Graf Zeppelin complete set, First Day Cover, each fresh and nicely centered, tied by "Washington D.C. Apr 19 1930" first day duplex and purple Zeppelin flight cachet on around-the-world 2¢ entire to Dayton Oh., pink German South American flight cachet, reverse with New York Graf Zeppelin and Friedrichshafen transits, Extremely Fine and choice.
Scott No. C13-C15    $10,000.

A BEAUTIFUL ZEPPELIN FIRST DAY COVER WITH A COMPLETE SET OF THE GRAF ZEPPELIN ISSUE.

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Current Opening Bid: $6,500

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Lot 1534    

Airmail, 1930, Graf Zeppelin complete, each on separate 1930 flight cover; 65¢ on special "Souvenir Air Mail Card" cacheted card from Milwaukee, others on cover from Varwick St. Sta., each with red German and purple U.S. flight cachets; $1.30 with cover opening tear at left, otherwise a Very Fine set.
Scott No. C13-C15    Estimate $500 - 750.

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Current Opening Bid: $240

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Lot 1535    

Airmail, 1930, 65¢ Graf Zeppelin, in combination with 6 other airmail issues on flight cover, all tied by "New York, N.Y., Varwick St. Sta., May 31, 1930" duplex postmarks, purple U.S. and red German flight cachets.
Scott No. C13    Estimate $150 - 200.

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Current Opening Bid: $70

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Lot 1536    

Airmail, 1930, $1.30 Graf Zeppelin, tied by "Lakehurst N.J., May 30, 1930" flag machine cancel on flight cover, purple U.S. and red German flight cachets, green round flight backstamp, Very Fine.
Scott No. C14    Estimate $200 - 300.

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Current Opening Bid: $90

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Lot 1537    

Airmail, 1930, $1.30 Graf Zeppelin, in combination with Airmail 10¢ Lindbergh + 2¢ reds on legal size flight cover, tied by "Lakehurst, N.J., May 30, 1930" machine and straight line Lakehurst, N.J. handstamp postmarks, red German and purple U.S. flight cachets, Very Fine.
Scott No. C14    Estimate $150 - 200.

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Lot 1538    

Airmail, 1930, $2.60 Graf Zeppelin, tied by "Washington D.C., Apr 19, 1930" First Day of Issue slogan machine cancel on 1930 South American flight cover, appropriate U.S. and German flight cachets, green round flight backstamp, Very Fine.
Scott No. C15    $1,000.

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Lot 1539    

Airmail, 1933, 50¢ "Chicago" Zeppelin, block of 4 and block of three on separate flight covers from Friedrichshafen; each with purple U.S. and red German flight cachets, Very Fine.
Scott No. C18    Estimate $150 - 200.

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Lot 1540    

1935 (Nov. 23 - Dec. 5) First Trans-Antarctic Flight - Incoming Mail, large group of 12 incoming covers to expedition members via Montevideo, Uruguay (7) and New York N.Y. (4) with frankings of Canada, Argentina and United States; some mixed condition but a scarce group that AAMC values at $150-$300 per cover, F.-V.F.
AAMC No. PP 158d    Estimate $500 - 750.

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Current Opening Bid: $250

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