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Sale 75: The Sescal Sale

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Lots 2449-2458 Lots 2459-2468 Lots 2469-2478 Lots 2479-2488 Lots 2489-2498

Lot 2449    

Mexico, 1915, 5c entire, "Gobierno Constitucionalista" local provisional overprints, five different used entires, with overprints of Chihuahua, C. Gonzales, Salvatierra, C. Juarez and Salamanca, all razagos (seal), F.-V.F.
Estimate    $300 - 400.

Realized: $325

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Lot 2450    

Mexico, 1803-56, Stampless Cover Group, beautiful selection of 23 items mounted on exhibition pages, highlights include 1803 Nueva Espana (Y&B X1), unlisted 1807 "Franco, En Grande" straight line, red Barca (GD 80), Zamora (ML 205), red Cosihuiriachic (CH51), red Inde (D80), 1855 Villa de Aguasleguas manuscript, Parilla (D7145 in blue and green), Matamoros (Taylor TM-9/10) on undated cover to Pennsylvania with red "New York, Ship 7 cts" cds, etc.; clear well struck postmarks throughout, generally Very Fine or better.
Estimate    $1,000 - 1,500.

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Realized: $675

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Lot 2451    

Mexico, 1835-74, Stampless Cover Balance, seventeen covers plus an 1874 registered front (Merida), earliest is 1835 Mineral Jesus Maria in red (CH81), attractive Muleros (D120), interesting Piedras Negras (Taylor SA-24/7 plus boxed Franco 24/8) with "2" on reverse; condition mixed but the mentioned are nice, F.-V.F. or better.
Estimate    $300 - 400.

Realized: $290

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Lot 2452 o/   

Mexico, 1856 First Issue Cancellation Balance, 28 covers and 34 stamps or on piece items on exhibition pages displaying mostly different cancels, choice to exceptional strikes with many $75-$100+ items; eighteen districts represented, almost always by sub-office usages, with 1r Hermosillo with red Alamo wreath oval (Schatzkes 544), 1r Tulancingo with bold oval Metztitlan (1727), and 2r Tlalpujahua tied on piece are among the scarcer, Very Fine overall.
Estimate    $1,000 - 1,500.

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Realized: $1,700

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Lot 2453 o/   

Mexico, 1856, First Issue, Queretaro Group, of five items; 1r + 2r tied on cover by fancy monogram of San Felipe Torres Mochas (Schatzkes 1308B), 1r and two pieces 2r, 1r single on each with three different cancels of Celaya (two fancy with eagles - Schatzkes 1289, 1291 & 1292) and a superb ½r pair with Queretaro oval, Very Fine, a nice group.
Scott No. 1-3    Estimate $400 - 600.

Realized: $230

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Lot 2454 o/   

Mexico, 1856, First Issue Group, nine covers and two pieces, includes very fine 4r Jalapa tied but has tape stain away from stamp and cancel, 1r Veracruz tied on cover by Alvarado (Schatzkes 763)m other cover common, most of value is a 1856 piece of registered front with ½r+1r+2r+three 4r Mexico tied by lozenge of dots cancel (Schatzkes 826, complete would be a fortune), overall F.-V.F.
Scott No. 1-4    Estimate $300 - 400.

Realized: $475

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Lot 2455 o/   

Mexico, 1856, First Issue, Durango Group, four items; 2r plate I sapphire tied to piece by "Franco" with fancy Inde alongside (Schatzkes 260-261), 1r pairs Mineral Del Oro (278) and Nazas (274), and 2r emerald tied on cover by large Guichapan handstamp (259), Very Fine.
Scott No. 2-3    Estimate $250 - 350.

Realized: $260

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Lot 2456 o   

Mexico, 1856, First Issue, Guadalajara Group, of eight items (4 singles, pair and 3 on piece); with different cancels including Autlan (Schatzkes 373), Ixtlan (429), red Mascota beehive (389), Tamazula (455) tying 4r bisect on piece, Tecolotlan (396) tying 1r & 2r on piece, Tequila (258), etc., Very Fine and attractive.
Scott No. 2-4a    Estimate $250 - 350.

Realized: $230

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Lot 2457 o/   

Mexico, 1856, First Issue, Jalapa Group, eight items with different cancels; two covers with 2r tied by Papantla (Schatzkes 623) and 1r pair tied Perote (Schatzkes 631), best of the four on piece items has a 2r tied by Santa Maria Tlapacoyan (641), 1r single cancelled Zacapoaxtla (649), etc., Very Fine, nice group.
Scott No. 2-3    Estimate $150 - 200.

Realized: $100

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Lot 2458 o/   

Mexico, 1856, First Issue, San Luis Potosí Group, of five items; 1r tied to 1856 cover by San Luis Potosí oval date (within brief first rate period), two pieces with different San Luis Potosí cancels, one having 1r and 4r tied (Schatzkes 1442), 1r single with complete mute of dots (Schatzkes 1452), and 1r & 2r tied to cover by Espiritu Santo postmark (Schatzkes 1452), Very Fine.
Scott No. 2-4    Estimate $300 - 400.

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