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Sale 84: Foreign Stamps and Covers

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Germany - Regular Issues

Lots 1699-1708 Lot 1709

Lot 1699    

Germany, 1872, Small Shield, 18kr bister, tied by bold "Frankfurt, 9.9.72" boxed date stamp on registered folded letter sheet to Hildesheim, registry etiquette and receiving backstamp; left side flap absent, still Very Fine, a very scarce single franking usage of the 1872 18kr Small Shield issue. Scott No. 11.
Michel No. 11    €4,000 for single franking ($4,920).

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Lot 1700    

Germany, 1900, 5m slate & carmine, type I, full o.g., rich colors, Very Fine. Scott No. 65 $1,350.
Michel No. 66 I    €1,700 ($2,090).

Realized: $425

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Lot 1701    

Germany, 1900, 5m slate & carmine, type II, o.g., never hinged, centered amid large well balanced margins, rich vibrant colors, Extremely Fine, choice so nice; signed Bühler. Scott No. 65A $1,450.
Michel No. 66 II    €1,800 ($2,210).

Realized: $475

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Lot 1702 o   

Germany, 1900, 5m slate & carmine, type Ia, Krotoschin town cancel, deep colors, Very Fine; with 2012 M. Jaschke-Lantelme certificate. Scott No. 65A var.
Michel No. 66 III    €500 ($620).

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Lot 1703 o   

Germany, 1902, 5m blackish green & dark carmine, Hamburg town cancels, wide margins, deep rich color, Very Fine; with 2012 M. Jaschke-Lantelme certificate. Scott No. 78 var.
Michel No. 81Aa    €450 ($550).

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Lot 1704    

Germany, 1905, 20pf ultramarine, peacetime printing, o.g., never hinged, rich ultramarine color, bright and fresh, Very Fine, very scarce in never hinged condition; signed Jäschke.
Michel No. 87 Id    €1,200 ($1,480).

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Lot 1705    

Germany, 1911, 60pf dark purple, o.g., never hinged, brilliant color, exceptional freshness, Very Fine; with 2002 M. Jaschke-Lantelme certificate.
Michel No. 92 Ia    €800 ($980).

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Lot 1706    

Germany, 1915, 5pf dark green, wartime printing, double impression one inverted, left margin single, o.g., lightly hinged, rich color, Very Fine, very scarce; with 1989 P. Jaschke certificate.
Michel No. 85 II DK    €500 ($620).

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Lot 1707    

Germany, 1923, 20,000,000m ultramarine, rouletted, horizontal strip of 4, tied on piece by "Berlin 7.11.23" machine cancel, rich deep color, right stamp with nibbed tooth, still Very Fine; signed Bechtold. Scott No. 302.
Michel No. 319B    €1,600 ($1,970).

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Lot 1708    

Germany, 1926, 80pf Durer, corner margin single with imprints, o.g., never hinged, wide margins and choice centering, Extremely Fine. Scott No. 362 $375.
Michel No. 397    €500 ($620).

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