378. Auktion

21.-26. März 2022 in Wiesbaden

Los-Nr.8134

Erhaltung

6

Katalog-Nr.

Ausruf100 €
Zuschlag170 €

1866, (Mar 30) double-weight envelope endorsed "pr Steamer via Panama" from "SAN FRANCISCO MAR 30" via "N. YORK BREM PKT. APR 21 6", transportet on the "Hansa" to Bremen, from there via "ST. HAMBURG 5/5 66" to Christiansand where the recipient was charged "84" sk., backflap missing, a fine entire with scarce destination

Los-Nr.8203

Erhaltung

6

Katalog-Nr.20,22

Ausruf1.000 €
Zuschlagunverkauft

USA TO NORWAY: 1868, Washington 10c. green and horizontal pair, Lincoln 15c. black with mute ring cancel and adjacent cds. "NEW YORK" and matching "10" in circle on orange buff double-weight cover to Trondheim Norway, endorsed "via Hamburg or Bremen paid" at bottom left, carried by the "New York" of the NDL from New York to Bremen arriving on Feb. 19th. with boxed "BREMEN 16/2 68 FRANCO" and matching, since the letter has been treated as a double-weight letter, "Weiterfr. 4 Sgr." applied. 10c. adhesive applied over edge. Small tear beneath adhesives. An exceptionally rare and attractive 1861 Issue franking prepaying the rare North German Union Direct Mail rate to Norway, perhaps the only known double-weight cover

Los-Nr.8204

Erhaltung

6

Katalog-Nr.17,21

Ausruf250 €
Zuschlag300 €

USA TO NORWAY: 1869, Jackson 2c. black as horizontal pair, F-Grill, and Washington 12c. black, F-Grill, as single tied by cork cancel with matching cds. "WILLIAMSBURGH MAY 7" alongside to cover via New York and Bremen with boxed accountancy mark "Weiterfr. 2½ Sgr." and boxed "BREMEN 20/5 69 FRANCO" to Frederikshold, Norway (address faded due to previous cleaning). The stamps applied at edge thus some short perfs at top, Norway is a rare Destination for an 1861 Issue cover, particularly franked with the 2-Cent Black Jack. Sent via North German Union Direct Mail at the 16c rate, which was only in effect from May 1st. 1868 through July 31st 1869

Los-Nr.8205

Erhaltung

6

Katalog-Nr.36,37,38

Ausruf200 €
Zuschlag200 €

USA TO NORWAY: 1871, Franklin 1c. blue, Jackson 2c. brown and vertical pair and single Washington 3c. green tied by cork cancel with matching cds. "ST. PAUL" alongside to cover via New York, transported by the "Main" of the NGL, and Bremen with boxed accountancy mark "Weiterfr. 2 Sgr." to Norway, the vertical pair with straight edge, some overall toning and wear do not detract from the colorful and good appearance of this scarce Destination cover