Lot 2499Berlin, 1949 U.P.U. complete, o.g., never hinged, F.-V.F. Michel No. 35-41 €750 ($840).
Scott No. 9N35-9N41 $550.
Lot 2500Berlin, 1949 U.P.U. complete, tied on registered cover by Hanau, 18.4.51 postmark to Metz France with arrival postmark, Very Fine and scarce. Michel No. 35-41.
Scott No. 9N35-9N41 Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 2501Berlin, 1949 Buildings complete, o.g., never hinged, generally Very Fine. Michel No. 42-60 €750 ($840).
Scott No. 9N42-9N60 $550.
Lot 2502Berlin, 1949 Currency Victims complete, tied on airmail cover to the United States with 1950 20pf European Recovery Plan by "Berlin 1.10.50" commemorative first day cancel for the Recovery stamp, Very Fine. Michel No. 68-70 €640 used singles ($710).
Scott No. 9NB1-9NB3; $440 used singles Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 2503Berlin, 1949 Currency Victims souvenir sheet, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine, handstamped on reverse "H.H.". Michel No. Block 1 €950 ($1,060).
Scott No. 9NB3a $1,200.
Lot 2504Berlin, 1949 Currency Victims souvenir sheet, in combination with 1949 Currency Victims complete (9NB1-9NB3) with 10+5pf issue on front and others on reverse, on registered cover to Trujillo, Dominican Republic, all tied by "Hamburg, 2. 3. 50" cds's, registry etiquette and transit backstamps, Very Fine and very scarce on cover use. Michel No. Block 1.
Scott No. 9NB3a Estimate $500 - 750.
Lot 2505Berlin, 1948 2pf-84pf Black Berlin Overprints, set to the 84pf on eight Official first day cover Air Covers on the First Day of the 100 Days Air Bridge from Berlin to Frankfurt, each are cacheted and have the Berlin Charlottenburg 1.10.48 cds plus the Luftbrucke Berlin machine cancel, 50pf-84pf are all single franking covers, Very Fine and scarce. Michel No. 1-16.
Scott No. 9N1-9N16 Estimate $200 - 300.