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Sale 92: The Summer Sale

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General Foreign

Lots 567-576 Lots 577-584

Lot 567    

Mongolia, 1926, violet "Postage" overprint on Revenue stamp, 10¢ green, two singles, in combination with 1924, 1¢ Sceptor + 2¢ Sceptor, two singles (1+2) on red band cover addressed to the attention of the Chinese post office, tied by 1927 Ulan Bator, Mongolia cds's; stamps with perfs shortened at left from opening, F.-V.F.
Scott No. 19    Estimate $250 - 350.

Reverse.

Realized: $475

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Lot 568    

Netherlands Colonies: Netherlands East Indies, 1844 Batavia, East Indies to Marseilles, France per ship "Globe", folded letter endorsed "per Le Globe" with red "Outre Mer, 15 Fevr, 45" cds and "22" due rating, reverse with French transit and receiving backstamp, Very Fine, the Globe, a whaling ship, in 1824 suffered a mutiny and the incident was widely published which influenced writers such as Herman Melville and James Michener.
Estimate    $150 - 200.

Realized: $90

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Lot 569    

Panama, "PANAMA DE OFICIO.", red oval handstamp on 1845 cover to Bogota originating from Valparaíso, Very Fine, this handstamp was used to designate free postage for official use, fewer than a dozen examples have been recorded.
Estimate    $150 - 200.

Realized: $100

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Lot 570    

Panama, British-Packet-Agency, Panama, SP 23, 00, two strikes of blue cds on legal-size Official "British Packet Agency, Panama" envelope to New York N.Y., reverse with Panama (9.24) and New York Paid All (10.2) arrival cds, Very Fine, One of only a few non-philatelic uses of this agency..
Estimate    $500 - 750.

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Lot 571    

Panama, 1915, 5c blue & black, center inverted, tied by purple "Agencia Postal, Panama, Feb 23, 1916" duplex on locally addressed cover; central vertical fold, otherwise Very Fine.
Scott No. 210a    Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.

ONE OF ONLY THREE RECORDED ON-COVER USAGES OF THIS PANAMA 5C INVERTED CENTER VARIETY.

Realized: $2,300

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Lot 572    

Panama, Colombia 1883, Official Registry Label, black and red, manuscript "1350", used on preprinted post office envelope to Paris, France, French "Ligne A, Paq. Fr. No. 1, 1 Aout 83" octagon datestamp, Paris (8.23) arrival backstamps; reduced slightly at top affecting label, F.-V.F., ex-Meroni.
Scott No. F unlisted    Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.

EXCEPTIONALLY RARE OFFICIAL REGISTRY LABEL USAGE, ONE OF LESS THAN 5 RECORDED EXAMPLES USED ON COVER.

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Lot 573    

Panama, 1904 Official "Republique de Colombie" Registered Envelope, printed corner card updated in ms. "Panama", cancelled by purple "Agencia Postal Nacional, Colon, 9 Jun 1904" flag duplex to Cartagena, Colombia, Jul. 2nd arrival backstamp; reduced at left, F.-V.F.
Estimate    $200 - 300.

Realized: $140

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Lot 574    

Panama, 1901 Official "Republique de Colombie, Agencia Postal Nacional, Panama" Registered Envelope, legal-size envelope with Colombia, 10c Registry stamp with blue "3552" handstamp and purple "D. Office, R" handstamp to Paris, France, red "Registered, London, 23 MY 01" oval transit, Paris (5.23) arrival backstamp; file fold, otherwise Very Fine.
Estimate    $200 - 300.

Realized: $280

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Lot 575    

Panama, 1903, Registration, "10" on 20c Red with Rose "Panamá" Overprint, rose surcharge and blue "4558" handstamp, used with Panama 5c blue with "AR" oval provisional handstamp and 1c green, 2c rose pair with Third Panama Overprint and 5c with Fourth Panama Overprint, tied by "Panama 25 Abr 1904" duplexes on cover with preprinted to Paris, France, New York (5.4) transit backstamp and New York exchange label, Paris (5.12) arrival backstamp, Very Fine.
Scott No. Panama F11 + 78 A.R. var., 71, 72, 78    Estimate $200 - 300.

By March 30th 1904, the stock of overprinted Colombia A.R. stamps was apparently exhausted. For the next three months, regular postage stamps were used cancelled by with the same A.R. oval handstamp used prior to Independence.

Realized: $120

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Lot 576    

Paraguay, 1884, 2¢ red, perf 11½, on two covers from correspondence to Montevideo; single in combination with 1883, 5c Revenue and other with two singles in combination with 1883, 10c Revenue, both tied by blue Correos De La Asuncion circular handstamps, reverse both with "Montevideo, 31 Marzo, 86" receiving cds's; cover file folds, Very Fine and unusual.
Scott No. 21c    Estimate $300 - 400.

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