Lot 333 oNetherlands, 1905, Queen Wilhelmina, 10g orange, neat town cancel, strong color, Very Fine and attractive. Michel No. 66. NVPH No. 80.
Scott No. 86 $675.
Lot 334 oNetherlands, 1913, 10g Independence Centenary, neat town cancel, rich color, Very Fine and choice. Michel No. 92. NVPH No. 101.
Scott No. 101 $725.
Lot 335Portuguese Colonies: Cape Verde, 1881, 40r yellow buff, cliché of Mozambique error, imperforate, the single error in a block of 12 (position 6), o.g., never hinged, full margins with wide sheet margins at sides, rich vibrant color, Extremely Fine and choice; with 2019 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. 13c Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
AN OUTSTANDING EXAMPLE OF THE 1881 40¢ "CLICHÉ OF MOZAMBIQUE" ERROR IN RARE IMPERFORATE FORMAT IN A BLOCK OF 12 - ESPECIALLY DESIRABLE AND ALMOST UNHEARD OF IN NEVER HINGED CONDITION.
Lot 336 ERussia, (1928) 1913 7k Nicholas II issue, Dr. Eckerlin rotary press sample sheet, bearing reproduction in reverse, wove paper (39x44mm), Very Fine, a very rare sample essay, accompanied by photocopy RPSL certificate for similar sheet.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Dr. Eckerlin was director of Herbst & Illig of Frankfort-am-Main, Germany. In 1928, Dr. Eckerlin contacted Treadway of ABN for purposes of promoting a proprietary rotary intaglio printing process that was faster and cheaper than steel engraving printing.
Lot 337 ()Serbia, 1911, 1p-5d King Peter I definitives, imperforate, 1st set of 12 issues, vertical pairs, without gum as issued, 1d with minor wrinkles, a Very Fine set.
Scott No. 108//128 vars. Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 338 /()Serbia, 1914, 5p-5d King Peter I definitives, imperforate, 2st set of 10 issues, horizontal pairs mostly marginal, 50p o.g., others without gum, a Very Fine set.
Scott No. 111//129 vars. Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 339Somalia, 1948 Emergency Free Airmail Service, sent from Mogadishu to Udine posted during the riots against Italians in Mogadishu for victims granted by the British Administration, with "Mogadishu, 22 Ja, 48" origin cds and blue triangle "Sinistrati Rifugiati" postmark, receiving backstamp, Very Fine, very scarce.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 340 PSpain, 1865, 4cu black, trial color plate proof on wove, perf'd, without gum, reverse with portion of vignette proof in red on reverse, Very Fine.
Scott No. 75TC Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 341 oSpain, 1865, 2r dull orange, barred oval cancel, soft pastel-like color, nicely centered, Very Fine. Edifil No. 79A.
Scott No. 80b $350.
Lot 342Spain, 1872, 10p deep green, full o.g., fresh with rich color, certificate states perfs retouched but not repaired, F.-V.F.; with 1998 C.E.M. certificate. Edifil No. 129.
Scott No. 189 $2,300.