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Mexico

Lots 4360-4369 Lots 4370-4379 Lots 4380-4381

Lot 4360    

Mexico, Stampless Group, of 20 covers and fronts; mostly sello negro usages including Monterrey, Mexico, Parral, Zacatecas, Chihuahua, Veracruz and Queretaro, also a group of S. Luis Potosi colonial fronts.
Estimate    $100 - 150.

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Current Opening Bid: $40

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Lot 4361    

Mexico, Stampless Group, of 25 covers includes Chihuahua (CH4), Guadalupe y Calvo (CH61), Parral (CH102), Cerro Gordo (D35), Galvilanes (D56), fancy Guichapa (D75), Inde (D80), Mapimi (D106), Parilla (D145), etc., others from Mazatlan, Morelia and Puebla.
Estimate    $250 - 350.

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Current Opening Bid: $120

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Lot 4362    

Mexico, Stampless Group, of 22 covers and front; includes Venado (SL145), Toluca (TO2), Veracruz (VC10), Albarado (VC26), Aguascalientes (Z17), Miguel del Mesquital (Z90), Ojocaliente (Z100), Sombrerete (Z142), etc.
Estimate    $200 - 300.

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Current Opening Bid: $90

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Lot 4363    

Mexico, Stampless Group, of 24 covers and front; includes Chihuahua (CH4), San Bartolome (CH11), Cordova (CR2), Cerro Gordo (D35), San Dimas (D50), Guanacevi (D66), San Juan del Rio (D90 & D91), Lagos (LG5), San Juan de los Lagos (LG31), nice run of Mazatlan, etc.
Estimate    $200 - 300.

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Current Opening Bid: $90

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Lot 4364    

Mexico, 1856 Hidalgo Issue on Cover, of 19 covers and four fronts; includes four 1r covers (one missing stamp) Mexico & Zacatecas usages, 12 2r solo usages including Morelia, Mexico, S.L. Potosi, Puebla, Queretaro, Veracruz & Zacatecas, also 1r+2r Mexico and two 8r quadrisects Morelia (cover flaws) and Zacatecas (front); condition mixed.
Estimate    $400 - 600.

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Current Opening Bid: $190

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Lot 4365 /o   

Mexico, Classic Issue Balance, 1856-68, of 14 stamps; includes a few first issues, three Eagle issues including 4r fourth period Pachua (Foll. $125), seven Maximilian issues mixed */o, couple 1868 Hidalgo issues including scarce 100c brown thin figure Durango (sealed tear, Foll. $400) (Follansbee $773).
Estimate    $200 - 300.

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Current Opening Bid: $90

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Lot 4366

Mexico, Fake Cover Reference Group, group including 5 classic covers with dangerous fakes; 8r 1861 Lagos bisect, Parral Eagle 2r bisect, Parral 8r Eagle bisect, 1861 Guzman 4r bisect and a Guadalajara Provisional, 10 blocks of 25 of fake 1872's, several revolutionary fake covers + 60+ other loose stamp fakes from 1861, 1864, Eagle and Maximilian issues.
Estimate    $150 - 200.

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Current Opening Bid: $70

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Lot 4367    

Mexico, 1861 Hidalgo Issue on Cover, 26 covers and 2 fronts; includes 8 1r usages with six double 1r rates with usages from Guanajauto, Mexico including faulty Diligencias and Monterrey, also a 1r+2r Mexico Diligencias use, 16 2r usages all but one solo usages including Mexico with Diligencias use, Queretaro, Puebla with uncommon Tehuacan rimless oval cancel (Schatzkes 1233) on reverse of cover, Guanajuato, pair without district name from Veracruz; condition varies.
Estimate    $300 - 400.

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Current Opening Bid: $140

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Lot 4368 o   

Mexico, 1861 Second Hidalgo Issue Group, of 16 stamps; includes two ½r pairs Morelia & Tampico, 1r single Morelia and pair Puebla, eight 2r singles including Aquacalientes, Guanajuato, Puebla, Toluca and Jalapa, and 4r Mazatlan (Follansbee $615).
Scott No. 6-8, 10    Estimate $200 - 300.

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Current Opening Bid: $90

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Lot 4369 /o   

Mexico, 1864-1866 Major Used Imperial Eagle Collection, main district offices only, it took the owner over 60 years to assemble this collection and it was consignor's original first love of the classic stamps of Mexico; over the years he upgraded 3 margin stamps to 4 margin stamps and exchanged stamps with thins for those without, it is arranged in one large stockbook (44 sides) for the 5 periods, a detailed pricing and wants list is included, with a total of about 1,430 stamps (more than 100 of the 8 reales and 150 of the medios), there are many scarce and hard-to-find items in this collection, Follansbee value from the 2015 edition is over $58,300, this is a major life-time collection of this issue, there is the odd scattering of mint/unused stamps and even a few sub-offices although this is strictly a collection of the used main district offices, with items ex-Moorhouse, Pietsch, Morris Estate (Schuyler Rumsey) and "Follansbee auctions", included is a checklist of all periods by both district and period.
Estimate    $10,000 - 15,000.

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Current Opening Bid: $5,000

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