Lot 429German States: Württemberg, 1852, 18kr black on dull violet, right margin vertical pair, margins large in just in at lower left, in combination with 1851, 9kr black on rose on cover to Louisville Ky. tied by "Waiblingen, 21/9, 56" origin cds's, pair additionally tied by red "Aachen, Paid 25, 24/9" transit cds, blue "Wf 11" rating and red "Boston, Br. Pkt., Paid 30, Oct 10" entry cds and blue Advertised straight line handstamp; light cover soiling and top stamp in pair with tear in right corner, F.-V.F.; with 1992 G.P.S. certificate. Michel No. 5+4a.
Scott No. 6+5 Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Opening Bid: $375
Lot 430Germany, Airmail, 1930, 4m So. America Flight Zeppelin, nicely centered, tied by "Friedrichshafen, 18.5.30" cds on Roessler Zeppelin Mail cachet cover to Pernambuco, Brazil, bold red Germany South American Zeppelin flight cachet handstamp, May 23rd arrival backstamp, fresh and Very Fine. Michel No. 439.
Scott No. C39; $425 Estimate $150 - 200.
Current Opening Bid: $80
Lot 431Germany, Airmail, 1931, 2m Polar Flight Zeppelin, tied by "Berlin, 25. 7. 31" cds on U.S. 1¢ green postal card, "Brise-Glace, Malyguin, Arctique, 27VII31" anchor datestamp and red Polarfahrt Zeppelin cachet handstamp, fresh and Very Fine. Michel No. 457.
Scott No. C41; $350 Estimate $150 - 200.
Current Opening Bid: $70
Lot 432Germany, Airmail, 1931, 4m Polar Flight Zeppelin, single tied by two strikes of "Friedrichshafen, 24.7.31" cds on fresh flight cover, red flight and icebreaker cachets, purple "First Intourist" handstamp on reverse, Very Fine and choice. Michel No. 458.
Scott No. C42; $875 Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Opening Bid: $110
Lot 433German Colonies: Kiauchau, 1903 (Nov.) Ichowfu, China to Anna Ill. via Kautschou, cover bearing China I.P. 10c green tied by Chinese cds and Kiautschou 5pf blue tied by "Tsingtau, Kiautschou, 30/11, 03" cds, reverse with various transits including Yokohama (12.14) and Anna (1.9) arrival cds, Very Fine combination use.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Opening Bid: $325
Lot 434 oGerman Colonies: Kiauchau, 1905, $2½ slate & carmine, perf holes 25:16, socked-on-the-nose 1906 Tsingtau town cancel, strong bold colors, well centered, repaired bottom left corner, Very Fine appearance, still a very presentable example of this scarce stamp; with 2016 Jaschke-Lantelme certificate. Michel No. 27B.
Scott No. 32a $3,500.
A CHOICE USED EXAMPLE OF THE KIAUCHAU 1905 $2½ SLATE & CARMINE.
Current Opening Bid: $120
Lot 435Germany: Saar, 1922, 3c olive green & straw, tied by cds on Sep. 19th 1922 post card at printed matter rate from Saarbrucken to Stralsund, Very Fine and scarce commercial printed matter use, unpriced in Michel.
Scott No. 99 Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Opening Bid: $140
Lot 436German WWII Occupation of France: French Legion, French Legion 1941, F+100Fr Polar Bear Expedition sheet, o.g., never hinged, strong colors, fresh and Very Fine, signed Pickenpack.
Michel No. Block 1 €800 ($890).
Current Opening Bid: $140
Lot 437Guatemala, 1875, ½r Liberty entire, uncanceled with blue "Rezagada, Por Ignorarse El Domicilio" two line handstamp; cover opening tear at top, still Very Fine, a rare directive handstamp.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Opening Bid: $240
Lot 438Iceland, 1897, Crowned Numeral surcharged, small "þrir" on 5a green, tied on piece by neat town cancel, rich color and wide margins, F.-V.F.; with 1984 P.F. certificate. Facit No. 36.
Scott No. 33A $750.
Current Opening Bid: $90