Lot 1620 oChina (People's Republic), 1968, Directives of Chairman Mao (W10) complete, se-tenant strip of 5, Peking to-order town cancels, bright and fresh, fold between 2nd and 3rd stamps, Very Fine.
Scott No. 996a $2,100 for unfolded.
Lot 1621 ()China (People's Republic), 1971, Paris Commune (N3) complete, without gum as issued, fresh and pristine, Very Fine.
Scott No. 1054-1057 $306.
Lot 1622China (People's Republic), 1978, Galloping Horses souvenir sheet (T28M), o.g., never hinged, bright and fresh, Very Fine.
Scott No. 1399 $525.
Lot 1623China (People's Republic), 1978, Galloping Horses souvenir sheet (T28M), o.g., never hinged, fresh and pristine, Very Fine.
Scott No. 1399 $525.
Lot 1624China (People's Republic), 1979, Riccione Exhibition souvenir sheet (J41M), o.g., never hinged, bright and fresh, Very Fine.
Scott No. 1492 $600.
Lot 1625China (People's Republic), 1980, Year of the Monkey (T46), o.g., never hinged (slight offset on gum), bright and fresh, Very Fine; with 2018 A.P.S. certificate.
Scott No. 1586 $1,800.
Lot 1626Colombia, 1837 Carthhagena to London, England, folded letter sheet endorsed "Legation of the United States, Bogota, April 7, 1837" at top, with reddish brown "Carthhagena" circular postmark and manuscript "3/1" rating, reverse with "Kingston, My 12, 1837" transit and "London, July 14, 1837" receiving postmark, forwarding notation on reverse from the Vice Consul at Carthhagena, Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Lot 1627Costa Rica, 1892, 50c gray blue, in combination with 1892, 5c red lilac + 1c light green on registered cover to San Francisco, Cal., all tied by target handstamps with matching "AR" handstamp, blue "Puntarenas, Oct 25, 1898" cds and matching registry handstamp, reverse with N.Y. transit and receiving cds; some light cover wrinkling and opening tears at top, otherwise Very Fine, a very rare usage of the 1892 50c Coat of Arms issue on cover.
Scott No. 40+37+38 Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Lot 1628Dominican Republic, 1891, 1p Coat of Arms, horizontal pair, in combination with 1885, 10c Coat of Arms on oversized registered Consulate cover to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Stockholm, Sweden, tied by purple "Correos, R. Dominica, Nov 14, 1892" cds's, light registry boxed handstamp and receiving backstamp; cover wrinkling and opening tears at upper left, F.-V.F., a scarce high value franking.
Scott No. 94+91 Estimate $500 - 750.
Lot 1629 PEcuador, 1899-1922 Telegraph Stamp Proof Balance, seven proofs including 1899 Salinas die proof in black of the vignette only for the 1900 20c value (also plate proof of this value); 1922 ca. 10c green, 10c black, 10c brown, 20c orange and 30c blue, five ABN die proofs.
Estimate $150 - 200.