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1864-66 Eagle Balance Lots (Queretaro to Zacatecas)

Lots 1101-1110 Lots 1111-1120 Lots 1121-1128

Lot 1101 /o/   

Mexico, 1864-66, Eagle issue, Queretaro, group of 59 stamps and 9 covers, all are 1r & 2r except for a 4r 129-1864 (and half of a 4r tied to piece by Queretaro box which "looks promising" but is omitted from the catalog valuation), 29 are used from sub-offices, most with sub-numbers and these are most of the value, mostly F.-V.F. Follansbee No. 18/44 $741+.
Scott No. 21-24a, etc.    Estimate $200 - 300.

Realized: $290

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Lot 1102 /o/   

Mexico, 1864-66, Eagle issue, Queretaro, 1st Period; ten stamps (one unused 1r) and a cover (2r), 4r is canceled Ceyla and the 8r is canceled out-of-district at Guanajuato (both fine), attractive 1r canceled Salamanca (Schatzkes 1330), F.-V.F. Follansbee No. 18-21 $630+.
Scott No. 22, 23b, 24a, 25b    Estimate $150 - 200.

Realized: $170

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Lot 1103 o   

Mexico, 1864-66, Eagle issue, Queretaro, 4th Period - 95 stamps with sub-numbers representing 14 sub-offices including Jalpan (2r 38-1865 sub 34) and a beautiful Apaseo 2r 174-1865 sub 1, the Ceyla group includes two 4r 86-1865 with subs 59 & 81, three of Acambaro and nine with manuscript Iturbide are notable, except for three 1r pairs, all are different; occasional fault, mostly F.-V.F., an extraordinarily difficult group to duplicate. Follansbee No. 36-38.
Scott No. 21, 23-24    Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.

Realized: $1,800

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Lot 1104 o/   

Mexico, 1864-66, Eagle issue, Queretaro, 5th Period - 43 stamps with sub-numbers, representing 11 sub-offices, except for two pairs - all are different, also two covers (2r from Ceyla and 1r 33-1865 sub 21 Salamanca which has file fold crease), mostly F.-V.F.
Scott No. 21, 23    Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.

Realized: $650

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Lot 1105 o   

Mexico, 1864-66, Eagle issue, Queretaro, 3rd Period - 30 stamps used from nine sub-offices, different sub-numbers except a 1r 198-1864 sub 60 Iturbide (Schatzkes 1310B) is a very fine pair, mostly F.-V.F.
Scott No. 22a, 23    Estimate $750 - 1,000.

Realized: $475

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Lot 1106 o/   

Mexico, 1864-66, Eagle issue, Queretaro, 1st period - 13 stamps used from eight sub-offices plus a Ceyla cover, also present a beautiful sello negro cover of the period with Valle de Santiago (Schatzkes 1338), F.-V.F.
Scott No. 22, 23b    Estimate $400 - 600.

Realized: $290

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Lot 1107 o   

Mexico, 1864-66, Eagle issue, Queretaro, 2nd Period - 15 stamps used from six sub-offices, different sub-numbers, includes a 2r 129-1864 sub 40 with manuscript cancel of Iturbide (Schatzkes 1310B), 1r 129-1864 sub 42 San Felipe (Schatzkes 1307) and 1r 171-1864 sub 50 Salamanca (Schatzkes 1330); occasional fault, mostly F.-V.F.
Scott No. 22, 23a    Estimate $400 - 600.

Realized: $300

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Lot 1108    

Mexico, 1864-66, Eagle issue, Queretaro, 4th Period sub-offices tied to six covers; two 2r Ceyla, three S. Mig. Allende (1r, two2r) and a 2r 38-1865 sub 36 tied by blue Valle de Santiago (Schatzkes 1340), F.-V.F.
Scott No. 21, 23    Estimate $200 - 300.

Realized: $375

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Lot 1109 /o   

Mexico, 1864-66, Eagle issue, Saltillo, 6 mint and 13 used, mint includes two 8r 34-1866 with and without district name, used with four from Parras (Schatzkes 1414) and a slightly cut in ½r 34-1866, generally Fine. Follansbee No. 29/46 $520.
Scott No. 20d, 21, 22a, 23, 25    Estimate $150 - 200.

Complete Images.

Realized: $350

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Lot 1110 /o   

Mexico, 1864-66, Eagle issue, San Luis Potosi, 4th Period - incredible lot of 61 stamps bearing sub-numbers, nearly all different except for a mint ½r 10-1866 sub 11 (MEPSI cert), all are used from 16 different sub-offices, these include Cedral, Espiritu Santo, Guadalcazar, Jaral, Mazapil, Moctezuma, Santa Maria del Rio, Villa de San Francisco to name those which are probably scarcest, though even the more frequently seen towns have their rarities as well; occasional fault, mostly F.-V.F., it might not be possible to duplicate this lot in a lifetime. Follansbee No. 35-37.
Scott No. 20, 21, 23    Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.

Realized: $1,800

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