Lot 942 oMexico, 1884, Hidalgo Medallion, 1c blue, color error, light town cancel, with green ink offset on reverse from the normal color printing, Fine.
Scott No. 150b $475.
Lot 943Mexico, 1884, Hidalgo Medallion, 20c green, in combination with 1884, 1c green, pair and single + 12c dark green on 1885 registered cover to Queretaro, all tied by violet Colima circular handstamps with matching "R" handstamps in corners and certification box date stamp at center, Lagos transit date stamp at top; 1c in pair nicked at bottom, otherwise Very Fine.
Scott No. 158+150+157 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 944Mexico, 1886, Numeral unwatermarked, 5c blue, perf 12, s.e. at bottom, on cover to Portland, Maine, tied by violet "Agente De Correos Vapor Newbern" handstamp with additional strike at left, red San Francisco transit and receiving backstamp; cover a bit reduced at left, F.-V.F., a rare and clear maritime marking.
Scott No. 178a Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 945 ()Mexico, 1887, Numeral on blue lined paper, 5c ultramarine, perf 6, complete sheet of 100, without gum, some flaws mostly at edges, F.-V.F., a great rarity, this being one of only two known complete sheet in existence.
Scott No. 204 $5,000 for singles.
Lot 946Mexico, 1890, 10c vermilion, in combination with 1890, 20c vermilion on 1892 registered cover from Yautepec to Mexico, with origin cds tying stamps and etiquette and fancy Yautepec corner handstamps in each corner, Very Fine and attractive.
Scott No. 218+221 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 947Mexico, 1895, Numeral, 12c vermilion, complete sheet of 100, o.g., never hinged, brilliant color and exceptional freshness, F.-V.F., a striking complete sheet (no photo).
Scott No. 219 $1,400 for hinged singles.
Lot 948Mexico, 1890, 20c dark violet, horizontal strip of 4, o.g., never hinged, natural s.e. at bottom, F.-V.F.
Scott No. 220A $640 for hinged singles.
Lot 949Mexico, 1890-95, Numeral, 25c vermilion, horizontal pair, in combination with 1890-95, 5c blue on large 1893 registered cover with A.R. request, sent from the Secretary of Foreign Relations, Mexico City (seal printed on flap) to the Consul General of Mexico at Geneva, forwarded to Faenza, Italy, Very Fine.
Scott No. 221+216 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 950Mexico, 1894, Numeral, 4c vermilion, complete sheet of 100, o.g., never hinged, rich color, few preprinting paper wrinkles, F.-V.F., a very scarce intact sheet.
Scott No. 234 $4,000 for hinged singles.
Lot 951 PMexico, 1895, 1c-10p Mulitas, Caballero Almanac black proof sheet, printed in December 1895 to market the new Mulitas issue using the original dies, tear in sheet at left not affecting any stamp design, Very Fine, approximately 4-5 known to exist.
Scott No. 242P-256P Estimate $750 - 1,000.