Lot 792Peru, 1894, 1c-10c Pres. Bermudez, singles of each, tied by "Lima, May 13 '95" cds on registered cover to Austria, endorsed "Via Panama", Lima registered and "AR" handstamps, red London (6.12) transit, Vienna arrival backstamp, Very Fine.
Scott No. 118-121, 123, 124-125 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 793Poland, 1918 Lubomil Town Post Issues Complete, complete set of four sheetlets with 11, each with one blank label and bottom stamp with inverted figures, o.g., never hinged, all fresh and Very Fine; with 2013 Korszen certificate.
Michel No. I/V Estimate $250 - 350.
Lot 794Romania, 1869, Prince Carol, 50b Indigo & Red, Three Singles (transfer types 1 + 4 + 1) clear to mostly large margins, slightly overlapping and tied by "BUCURESTI SERA 10/9" cds's (Kiriac T69) on double weight folded letter to Herault, France, with framed "P.D.", French entry mark in red and French "A." for mail coming from Austria alongside additionally tying one stamp, reverse with Vienna transit and arrival cds; cover with hint of overall soiling, still Very Fine, a very rare usage franked correctly for a double weight item during the tariff of April 1869; with 2014 F. Heimbuechler certificate. Michel No. 25b.
Scott No. 42a Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
ONE OF THE LARGEST FRANKINGS BEARING THE 1869 50 BANI ISSUE.
Lot 795Romania, 1871, Prince Carol, 25b Olive Brown, in combintion with 1872, Prince Carol, 10b ultramarine on 1872 cover to Martigny, Switzerland, both with large margins, tied by "Bucuresci 15/1/72" thimble cds with framed "Dupa Plecare" (late delivery) and "P.D." alongside, reverse with arrival cds (22 I 72); some slight cover edge wear, still Very Fine, no similar covers seen in the 'Cornelia' and 'Moldau' collections; with 2014 F. Heimbuechler certificate. Michel No. 28+29 II a.
Scott No. 47+48 Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
AN EXTREMELY RARE PRE-UPU USAGE OF THE 35 BANI RATE TO SWITZERLAND.
An unrecorded combination of 1871 January issue 25b and the 10b issued in November same year.
Lot 796 /oRomania, Moldavia-Walachia, 1862-64, 30pa Coat of Arms Issues, of 11 issues; includes mint laid paper single and pair, other used with townmarks including red Braila and Bucharest cds's, Giurgiu, Craiova cds, "Franco Jassy" oval, Piatra and Galatz, a Very Fine group.
Scott No. 14//21 Estimate $400 - 600.
Lot 797 PRomania, 1872-79, King Carol I Issue Proofs, 16 stamps part perf and imperf; includes 1½b in blue, green, bistre, carmine and orange (pair), 5b in red brown and black (single and pair), 10b in green, black, bistre and orange, 25b in black and carmine; few small flaws, generally Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 798 PRomania, 1880, King Carol I "Perle" Issue proofs, 10 items; 15b issue with die proof on India stamp size and a imperf gummed proof with blue "Project" overprint, 25b with 8 proofs on various colored papers with "Print Anulat" overprint in blue; one 25b with repaired tear, a Fine group.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 799 PRomania, 1885-89, King Carol I "Vulturi" issue trial colors, 12 issues; 1½b in blue (tear) and red brown on light buff paper, four 5b black on different paper types and 15b black block of 4 and pair on wove, generally F.-V.F.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 800 ERomania, 1920, King Ferdinand definitive issue, without value tablet, eight singles in different colors, on stamp paper imperforate and gummed, full o.g., large margins, Very Fine and scarce.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Lot 801Russia, 1889, 10k dark blue, used with two 3k carmine (48) singles, each tied by cds on 1891 registered 14k blue entire to St. Louis Mo., New York (2.25) transit backstamp, turquoise "St. Louis Mp., Feb 27 1891" arrival handstamp, Very Fine. Michel No. 52ax.
Scott No. 42 Estimate $200 - 300.