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LOT1731 United States

1847 5c red-brown on blued tied to orange envelope by New York red grill postmark and CDS on on top left corner addressed to Clinton, Cones Cty, Ga. Few minor faults otherwise nice example. Scott 1.

LOT1732 United States

1861-62 30c orange a nice fine used example quite well centred with very neat barred cancel in black, short top right corner otherwise very fine, Scott 71.

LOT1733 United States

1862 (4 Nov) Attractive cover from KEITH Scotland to Gordon Bennett (born to a farmer in Newmill just North of Keith in Moray) addressed to James Gordon Bennet Esq, Proprietor of the New York Herald USA (his son who took over the NY Herald in 1866 is believed to be of the Gordon Bennett phrase for shock or disbelief) the cover bears a nice fine used example of QV 1856 1s green tied 192 numeral cancel and on arrival in NY two fine strike of 5 CENTS and PAID both curved handstamps in red, few minor marks otherwise very fine album piece with an interesting story as coming from his hometown the letter could have been penned by a member of his family.

LOT1734 United States

1869 (6 Feb) Torn cover from FRASER Mich. to Echte in Germany bearing 10c green with Grill cancelled indistinct postmark in black (not tied) and NEW YORK PAID / DIRECT Feb 11 CDS in red, BREMEN / FRANCO boxed datestamp in red applied on arrival and ECHTE arrival b/s, various tears on reverse and obverse but interesting overseas use. Scott 89.

LOT1735 United States

1878 (9 Nov) Cover from London to New York bearing GB QV 2½d rosy-mauve pl.12 PAIR tied W35 London cancels in black and on arrival in New York the OPERA GLASSES postage due cancel in black PAID / A / ALL part NEW YORK / 78 cancel. Faults and slightly grubby otherwise fine sent Via Queenstown.

LOT1736 United States

1898 Trans-Mississippi 50c sage-green mounted mint with huge thin so only part original gum, frontal appearance is fine with good centring and colour, Scott 291 Cat $625 mint.

LOT1737 United States

1908 (26 Jun) Cover Chicago to Germany bearing 5c blue defin tied machine mark and redirected back to the US with DEAD LETTER OFFICE JUL 31 1908 CDS in violet on obverse, intr well travelled cover.

LOT1738 United States

1928-49 Five first flight covers 1928 Davenport to Ontario, 1929 Champaign to Chicago, 1929 Beamont to California, 1949 Middletown to Fort Plain and Muskegon County Airport to Canada.

LOT1739 United States

1930 Airmails $1.30 Graf Zeppelin (Scott C14) fine unmounted mint (never hinged); tiny natural inclusion, otherwise fine to very fine. Scott $575

LOT1740 United States

1930 Airmails $2.60 blue Graf Zeppelin (Scott C15) fine unmounted mint (never hinged); tiny natural inclusion, otherwise fine to very fine. Scott $925

LOT1741 United States

1940's-1950's A selection of approx. thirty covers and postcards, includes 1935 first flight Honolulu to San Francisco, cover from U.S.S. Quail via Clipper to Boston and opened by censor covers.

LOT1742 United States

A selection of approx. forty-five covers and postcards includes 1913 postal stationery 2c to Japan with receiving mark and three similar, a number of 1950's airmail to England and 1912 San Francisco Pacific Expo slogan on 1c cover plus good postmark interest.

LOT1743 United States

A selection of approx. thirty covers and postcards a few circa 1910 with 1c green and 2c red. Interesting postmark interest.

LOT1744 United States

A selection of approx. twenty postcards and covers. Includes 1931 registered cover with Expres Special Delivery cachet to Germany, 1933 first official flight Beauval to Big River, 1921 Readdressed from London to Paris with KGV ½d and 1913 readdressed cover with London Zurich and Florence addresses!

LOT1745 United States

ANTARCTICA - Extensive cacheted covers collection from 1948 to 1983 with over ninety covers noted Operation Deep Freeze, Byrd Station, Navy Expeditions incl 1948 USS Edisto, Commander signed covers, Core Drilling, Geophysical Observatory, University of Texas Exped., 1972 Squadron Six Southernmost airline, Devron Six, Hallett Station, Para Rescue, 1973 to Vostok with Russia triangle cachet, etc, fascinating lot.

LOT1746 United States

New York State Bedding Inspection 1936 1c blue Tax Stamp in a complete sheet of 100 unmounted mint, mainly fine, Scott BD5.

LOT1747 United States

Parcel Post: 1913 1c carmine-rose to 25c & 75c mainly all hinged mint, 4c & 20c appear unmounted (never hinged) mainly sound and fine, Scott Q1/9, Q11 Cat $670.

LOT1748 United States

President Nixon autographed cover - 1969 (9 Sep) Moon Landing FDC with additional MOON LANDING JUL 20 1969 USA and bearing the signature of ex president Richard Nixon. Limited edition of only 15 covers produced. Richard Nixon served as vice president for 8 year and the 37th president of USA in 1969 to 1974 when he resigned (the only president to do so), he presided over the Apollo 11 moon landing and signed this cover on the day of the successful mission.

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