Lot 2439Mexico, 1939, 20c blue & red, Sarabia overprint, on Mexico-New York flight cover, with purple flight cachet and requisite postmarks front and back, Very Fine, of the 1,900 stamps produced, only 400 were used.
Scott No. C93A Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 2440Mexico, 1908 Postage Due Issues on Cover, three covers, one a U.S. 2¢ entire sent from U.S. occupied Veracruz to Mexico City with 10c Due not tied, the others with dues well tied by Cartero handstamps, one having 1c + 5c added to a 2c franked 1912 cover from Veracruz and other with 10c added to 5c cover sent Mexico City to La Cananea, Sonora in 1911 (addressed to the president of the local Madero-Vasquez Gomez political organization), F.-V.F., covers with dues properly used are scarce.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Lot 2441Mexico, Official, 1885 scarlet, tied by Progreso oval to overall illustrated Maritime Customs cover, sent 1897 via N.Y. to Saint Thomas; stamp with small scuff, F.-V.F.
Scott No. O1B Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 2442Mexico, Official, 1893 blue green, tied by allover illustrated Secretaria de Hacienda cover to New York, tied by Mexico cds, reverse with printed flap seal and date stamp; stamp with some margin toning, F.-V.F.
Scott No. O4 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 2443Mexico, Official, 1894 ultramarine, perf 11x5½, natural s.e. at right, tied on November 1894 cover, Linares to Galeana (Nuevo Leon); cover reduced into Monterrey Railroad Inspector corner card at left, F.-V.F., a rare on cover usage of this mixed perforation issue.
Scott No. O9 Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 2444Mexico, Official, 1895, 10c lilac rose, tied to allover illustrated Secretaria de Hacienda cover, Mexico City to Paris, France, Very Fine.
Scott No. O15 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 2445Mexico, Official, 1895, 10c lilac rose, tied on 1896 cover to Moscow, Russia by Mexico City Official cds, transit and receiving backstamps, Very Fine.
Scott No. O15 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 2446Mexico, Official, 1897, 20c brown rose, corner margin vertical pair, canceled by 1899 cds on oversized cover to the Mexican Consulate in Munich, Germany, registry etiquette and Secretaria de Relationes Exteriores date stamp, Very Fine.
Scott No. O37 Estimate $250 - 350.
Lot 2447Mexico, Official, 1900, 20c rose & dark blue, tied on Foreign Relations corner card cover by "Mexico, 14 Nov, 1900" cds, to Munich, Germany, Very Fine.
Scott No. O55 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 2448Mexico, 1892, 10c Vermilion, Advertising Sheet and Envelope, entire addressed to Paris, France, canceled by "Veracruz, May 12.93" cds, with French "Ligne B" ship date stamp and Paris transit; couple trivial small tears around indicia window, Very Fine, a very rare foriegn destination usage of this entire, accompanied by a pristine unused example. Higgins and Gage No. 38A.
Estimate $400 - 600.
These were printed as a special order containing a printed flyer with many advertisements and an embossed image of the 10c. The envelope has a cut die cut oval window revealing the indicia. The user would only pay 5c and the remaining 5c would be subsidized by the advertisers.