Lot 1010 /o/Mexico, 1861, Second Issue Collection Balance, 665 stamps representing 30 districts with much duplication (for example, the fifteen #12s are all Mexico as are most of the 21 #10s), however there are some better stamps including some with sub-office cancels, the 48 mint are mostly without overprint including three 8r, of course those from the best districts are worth substantially more than Scott; occasional fault, most F.-V.F.
Scott No. 6-12; $11,514 Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Lot 1011 /o/Mexico, 1861, Second Issue Collection Group, 115 mostly used stamps representing 11 districts, the most common being Orizava and Tampico while the scarcest are probably Tula, Tulancingo and Victoria, includes excellent Chalco, couple of Lagos splits tied to pieces, good showing of Maravatio including a few sub-offices, there are eight Tulancingo including a ½r, Follansbee catalog $3,191 and additionally several cover are also present, almost all F.-V.F.
Follansbee No. 6-9, 9½, 11¼ Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Lot 1012 oMexico, 1861, Second Issue, Acapulco District, seven including 4r., ½r single and pair, all without name but canceled Acapulco (Schatzkes 4), F.-V.F (NF $990).
Scott No. 6a-9a Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 1013 oMexico, 1861, Second Issue, Aguascalientes District, five (one a 1r unoverprinted) plus three splits tied to piece and a 2r "Aguascaltes" overprint on cover front as well as both 1r & 2r with the same; the "Aguascaltes" items are very fine, others Fine or better.
Follansbee No. 7-8, 9½, 11¼ Estimate $250 - 350.
Lot 1014 o/Mexico, 1861, Second Issue, Apam District, 12 used and two covers (Follansbee $1,310), most (including the two 4r) have remainder cancels, one 2r is tied to piece with district name applied above the stamp, mostly F.-V.F.
Follansbee No. 6-9, 7A-9A Estimate $400 - 600.
Lot 1015 /o/Mexico, 1861, Second Issue, Campeche District, unused 1r and 2r pair, plus 10 used including a 4r black on yellow (Follansbee $329) plus a maritime cover (no Mexican markings) to New York, four-margin medio real canceled with large "5" (Schatzkes 67) and an equally nice 4r with name has a light strike of the clef mute (Schatzkes 58), F.-V.F.
Scott No. 6-9 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 1016 oMexico, 1861, Second Issue, Chiapas District, 27 stamps including four 4r black on yellow of which three are outstanding (Follansbee $876), seven different cancels present, several stamps are tied to piece, F.-V.F.
Follansbee No. 7-9, 7A-9A Estimate $250 - 350.
Lot 1017 /o/Mexico, 1861, Second Issue, Chihuahua District, two unused and 22 used (Follansbee $425) plus five covers and three sellos negros, 14 stamps and four covers bear sub-office cancels (6 different) including manuscript Coronado and red Rosales, generally F.-V.F.
Scott No. 6-8 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 1018 /oMexico, 1861, Second Issue, Colima District, unused 2r and 15 used (Follansbee $1,292) including beautiful ½r and 4r without name (canceled Colima) and a no margin 8r; expect for the last, Very Fine.
Follansbee No. 6A-9A, 7-8, 11 Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 1019 /o/Mexico, 1861, Second Issue, Durango District, one unused 2r and 13 used including 1r strip of four and two nice 4rs, 6 splits tied to pieces - MEPSI certs for three (Follansbee $727) plus a sello negro cover Guanacevi (Schatzkes 258), F.-V.F.
Follansbee No. 7-9, 9½, 11 1/8 Estimate $250 - 350.