Lot 2805Philippines, 1919 Forerunner Manila Exhibition First Flight Postcard, Pair of 2¢ tied by April 6th cancels to Massachusetts with the "Aero Club of th Philippines" inscription on reverse No 583, small hinge adhesion on reverse, a Very Fine cover, scarce.
AAMC Nos. 1 Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 2806Philippines, 1920 Major Charles Glidden's Aerial Derby, complete leaflet (Jan.19), dated Jan. 17 and "Dropped from Curtiss Sea Gull Jan.19, 1920", franked with 10c blue, with special "Aerogram Via Curtiss Seagull" cachet, "Courtesy Major Stevenot Pilot Croft" and signed by Maj. Charles Glidden, a Very Fine cover, only a few exist.
AAMC Nos. 2A Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Lot 2807Philippines, Airmail, 1926, 4c Madrid-Manila Flight, inverted overprint, large margins and bright color, Very Fine, 100 issued, few of which still exist, last sold in the 2007 Siegel Rarity auction realizing $3,500, probably one of nicest examples in existence; with 2004 P.S.E. certificate.
Scott Nos. C2a $2,600.
Lot 2808 ()Philippines, Airmail, 1926, 16c Madrid-Manila Flight, violet overprint, unused, usual centering, F.-V.F., only 300 printed; with 2002 P.F. certificate.
Scott Nos. C7 $2,800.
Lot 2809Philippines, Airmail, 1926, 16c Madrid-Manila Flight, red overprint, centered to bottom left as always, tropicalized o.g., excellent color and excellent gum, F.-V.F. for this, only 100 issued, one of the nicer copies, sold in 2005 Siegel Rarity auction; signed Bloch, with 1978 Friedl and 2005 P.F. certificates.
Scott Nos. C8 $5,000.
Lot 2810Philippines, Airmail, 1926, 2p Madrid-Manila Flight, o.g., nicely centered, F.-V.F., only 900 were issued; with 1989 A.P.S. and 2022 P.S.E. certificates.
Scott Nos. C13 $500.
Lot 2811Philippines, Airmail, 1926, 10p Madrid-Manila Flight, part o.g., very fresh gum and nice color, Very Fine, only 500 issued; with 1975 P.F. and 2022 PSE certificates.
Scott Nos. C15; $1,000 Estimate $350 - 500.
Lot 2812Philippines, Airmail, 1926, 26c Madrid-Manila Flight, light violet backstamp, tropicalized o.g., excellent color, nicely centered for this stamp, light diagonal crease at left center, F.-V.F. and attractive, only 100 printed, most copies of this stamp offered are either off-centered and/or have heavy gum disturbance due to wax paper adherence; with 2000 P.F. certificate.
Scott Nos. C16 $5,000.
Lot 2813Philippines, 1931 Iloilo-Zamboanga First Flight cover (Apr.11), 18c franking, with appropriate cachets, minor toning, Fine, only 7 carried.
AAMC Nos. 43g Estimate $200 - 250.
Lot 2814Philippines, 1936 Manila to Batavia Flight (15 Oct) Manila to Batavia, first flight by KNILM, round the world flight via Amsterdam, with transit and arrival postmarks, appropriate cachet, with German franking added in 1937 (30 April) and intended for passage to USA, scarce flight.
Estimate $300 - 400.