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Sale 92: The Summer Sale

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Zeppelin Postal History, Group Lots

Lots 702-705

Lot 702    

Worldwide, Zeppelin & Airship Postcards, large collection of picture postcards showing mainly German Zeppelins, however a number of various Airship cards are present, a nice mixed of mint & used cards plus many real photo cards are noted, worth careful inspection (no photo).
Estimate    $2,000 - 3,000.

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Current Opening Bid: $950

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Lot 703    

Worldwide, Graf Zeppelin Collection, group of 45 flown covers mounted on exhibit pages & carried on various flights of the Graf Zeppelin, many with better franking including the ten covers with the 50¢ USA Zeppelin (three of which have multiple frankings), one cover with German 4m Polar Fahrt & one with 2m Chicago Fahrt adhesive, generally Very Fine (no photo).
Estimate    $750 - 1,000.

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Current Opening Bid: $550

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Lot 704    

Worldwide, Zeppelin Covers, interesting lot of 64 covers & cards relating to various Zeppelin flights, plus a number of Zepp. picture postcards, worth inspection as some better items are present (no photo).
Estimate    $500 - 750.

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Current Opening Bid: $240

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Lot 705    

Worldwide, Zeppelin Flight Covers & Cards, 1928-37, worthwhile collection of 28 different Zeppelin Flight covers and cards in a binder, including U.S., Germany, Brazil, Paraguay, Spain and Liechtenstein (C15-16 FDC), highlights including Michel #27)c, 1929 Germany-America flight with Board Mail cancel, 66) 1930 Germany-South America flight with C38, C39 (2) South America Zepps (stamps alone cat. $975 on cover), 234)d 1932 Germany-South America flight with Board Mail cancel, 352C)b 1933 US Century of Progress flight Miami-Chicago (two different) one is FDC Oct. 6 plus 355C) Chicago-Friedrichshafen all with C18, also 63I) Hindenburg-Germany flight May 1, 1937 flight canceled due to weather, then mail dropped May 3 over Cologne on outward fatal flight to North America where the air ship exploded in its landing attempt at Lakehurst, NJ on May 6, other worthwhile items throughout (no photo).
Estimate    $600 - 800.

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Current Opening Bid: $525

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Lots 702-705

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