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Lots 1158-1167 Lots 1168-1172

Lot 1158    

Mexico, 1934, 20c-20p National University issue complete, full o.g., rich vibrant colors throughout, a Very Fine set.
Scott No. C54-C61    $2,685.

Realized: $425

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Lot 1159    

Mexico, Airmail Cover Group, 1927-83, 60+ covers, mostly commercial usages with a few event items; includes 1930 Scadta first flight, registered, 1929 inaugural flights including pilot signed, 1930's usages to Germany with German flight handstamps, 1930 flight to Honduras, 1934 Macon airship cachet flight cover, etc.
Estimate    $150 - 200.

Realized: $400

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Lot 1160    

Mexico, 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    $150 - 200.

Complete Images.

Realized: $110

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Lot 1161 P   

Mexico, 1908, 1c-10c Postage Dues Complete, Suplementario Proofs, matched set of five upper panes of 80, each stamp with rhomboid perf-in as proofs, each multiple is mounted on a large cream card sheet for approval and 2 signatures, each multiple has the plate number "000001" and "010000" with letters A through D (1c, 2c, 4c, 5c & 10c), Very Fine, a unique set, these stamps were issued in 1908 and were used also during the Mexican Revolution.
Scott No. J1-J5    Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.

Realized: $1,500

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Lot 1162 /o   

Mexico, Contribucion Federal Revenue Collection, 1874-1937, a wonderful mounted collection of 312 stamps of which 156 are the large pre-1894 issues which are such marvelous examples of the engraver's art, duplication mostly has purpose (shades, overprints, etc); owner's 2011 catalog value $2,091. Stevens No. CF1//CF438 (no photo).
Estimate    $750 - 1,000.

Complete Images.

Realized: $650

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Lot 1163 /o   

Mexico, State Revenue Collection, neatly mounted and written up on pages in Scott album; includes Coahuila (36), Durango (134), Guerrero (23), Michocan (7), Morelos (97), Oaxaca (7), Puebla (10) and Yucatan (36); owner's 2011 catalog value $2,126 (no photo).
Estimate    $600 - 800.

Realized: $600

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Lot 1164 /o   

Mexico, Revenues, Documentos y Libros Collection, 1874-1915, collection/hoard mounted and annotated on pages in a packed 3 ring binder of more than 200+ pages, mostly used with a smattering of mint comprising 3,750+ stamps, mounted by issue and value with concentration in Documentos y Libros issues, many varieties listed, double transfer, double perf etc, with many nice multiples, on piece, a multitude of district and municipal overprints and substantial and useful duplication that should yield more varieties, warrants inspection (no photo).
Estimate    $500 - 750.

Selected Images.

Realized: $1,000

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Lot 1165 /o   

Mexico, Metales Precioso Issue Revenue Collection, 1895-1914, 89 stamps neatly mounted and written up on album pages, appears to complete lacking one stamp; owner's 2011 catalog value $782. Stevens No. MP1//MP76 (no photo).
Estimate    $250 - 350.

Realized: $230

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Lot 1166 /o   

Mexico, Revolution Issue Revenue Collection, 1900, of 456 stamps neatly mounted and written up on album pages; owner's 2011 catalog value $1,369. Stevens No. RV1//RV79 (no photo).
Estimate    $500 - 750.

Realized: $400

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Lot 1167    

Mexico, 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 foreign destination usage of this entire, accompanied by a pristine unused example. Higgins and Gage No. 38A.
Estimate    $200 - 300.

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.

Realized: $160

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Lots 1158-1167 Lots 1168-1172

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