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Lot 483

Bolivia, 1930 1P red brown & black (C23a), inverted overprint in gold, original gum, fresh. Scarce and F.-V.F.
Scott $1,300

Expertization: C Beltran La Paz handstamp.
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Lot 484

China, 1888, Small Dragon, 3ca mauve, clean-cut perf 11½-12 (14), original gum lightly hinged, bright color. F.-V.F.
Scott $275
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Lot 485
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China (People's Republic), 1968, Revolutionary Literature and Art (W5) complete (982-990), complete, two of the May1 issues CTO (988,989). others, original gum never hinged. Very Fine.
Scott $1,155
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Lot 486

Ecuador, 1865, 1r green (5), Pair, tied on cover to Lima by Guayaguil 3.Nov.66 c.d.s., Lima backstamp. Very Fine cover.
Scott $300
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Lot 487

France, 1912 R.M.S. Titanic, "TITANIC" straight line handstamp on cover mailed from France to Washington D.C., 25¢ blue sower on reverse tied by indistinct "Sathonay-Camp as well as a Washington D.C. receiver postmark "March 27, 1912", on the front is a fairly clear strike of the "Sathonay-Camp" postmark March 13, 1912, a blue control number, ms Dossier NO. 5631 written by the sender, and a purple boxed "Received Mar 28, 1912", applied by the addressee, fresh and choice Very Fine.
Estimate 2,000 - 3,000

A CHOICE EXAMPLE OF THIS RARE "MISSED THE BOAT" COVER, WHICH IS AMONG THE FINEST OF THE 20 RECORDED EXAMPLES.

This cover, as well as the other 19 recorded examples, had been intended to be on the March 20, 1912 sailing of the Titanic, and was therefore marked with the "TITANIC" handstamp. When the sailing date was changed to April 10, 1912, these covers were placed on the next available ship. For more information about these covers and the census, see www.titaniccovers.com.

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Lot 488
 
Germany, 1935 costumes (B69-78), original gum never hinged, eight complete sheets. Fresh F.-V.F.
Scott $1,280
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Lot 489

Germany, Airmail, 1930, 2m-4m So. America Flight Zeppelins complete (C38-C39), Very Fine singles, tied on cover or card by Friedrichshafen 18.5.30 c.d.s.s, each cover with very attractive "Klotzbach" private cachet, appropriate red German Flight cachets and receivers, a remarkable and choice set of covers, Extremely Fine.
Scott $750
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Lot 490

Germany, Airmail, 1933, 1m Chicago Flight Zeppelin (C43), original gum, bit of acetate shine from mount, bright and fresh. Very Fine. Michel 496.
Scott $800
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Lot 491

Germany, 1933 Chicago Flight 2M and 4M (C44-C45), original gum never hinged, 4M tiny natural gum inclusion. Fresh Very Fine.
Scott $500

Expertization: with 2019 P.F. certificates.
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Lot 492

Indonesia, Riau Archipelago, 1954, First overprints, 5s-25r complete (1-22), usual tropical/lightly toned original gum never hinged. Fresh F.-V.F.
Scott $903
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Lot 493

Indonesia, 1950 RIS overprints (335-358), original gum never hinged. F.-V.F.
Scott $723
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Lot 494

Israel, 1948 First Coins complete (1-9), on unaddressed cacheted FDC, cover bend at far left, but stamps are fresh and very well centered, Very Fine.
Estimate 75 - 100
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Lot 495

Israel, 1948 New Year complete (10-14), Tab singles on FDC "Haifa 26.9.1948". F.-V.F. Bale 10-14 $400.

Expertization: with 1977 Shalit certificate.
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Lot 496

Israel, 1950 First Airmail complete (C1-C6), tab singles. Original gum never hinged. Fresh F.-V.F.
Scott $250
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