377th Auction

20-25 September 2021 in Wiesbaden

Lot no.1540

Condition

3

Catalogue no.1-2

Opening500 €
Sold for700 €
1847, 5 c. brown and 10 c. black on bluish, both with good to large margins and neatly cancelled by red grid, very fine, sign. Jakubek BPP with certificate for each stamp (1990)
Lot no.1541

Condition

6

Catalogue no.17

Opening150 €
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1861/67, 2 c. black with New York foreign mail cancel on "CIRCULAR" with adjacent red "½" and blue "AMERICA ÜBER BREMEN FRANCO" to Bremen. The entire with small tear at right, otherwise fine and fresh

Lot no.1542

Condition

1

Catalogue no.326-28

Opening400 €
Sold for400 €
1930, Zeppelin 65 c.-2,60 $, fresh colour and nicely centered, unused with large o.g., very fine, certificate Jakubek BPP (1990)
Lot no.1543

Condition

0 4

Catalogue no.55AIKII,55

Opening150 €
Sold for150 €

1924, Franklin 1c. green, block of nine with straight edge at right, the right center stamp (position 30) with inverted overprint "Zone", mint never hinged, fine, scarce (Scott71b, SG 75c)

Lot no.6219

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening100 €
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1941/43, four covers sent to Thorshavn, all censored in England and closed with "PC 90" closing strip, one cover with cancelled airmail service and one cover double censored in the USA and in England, all written up, fine

Lot no.6220

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening150 €
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1942/44, six covers sent to by surface or airmail to Thorshavn, with different US censorship labels "9801", "9811" (with PAA Pan American Airways System label), "9820"(2), all written up, fine

Lot no.6221

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening500 €
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1943, 13.4., Airmail 10, 15 and 50c. with additional franking tied by mute oval cancel to registered airmail cover via England to Thorshavn, censored in the USA and closed with censor label "9827", with typewritten "PHILATELIC MATERIAL Censorship Permit No.. PCU #750", this permit allowed the sender to send stamps abroad. Reverse with transit and arrival mark of "THORSHAVN  14.5.53", fine and attractive and one of two known covers
Lot no.6222

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening150 €
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1944, 6.4., airmail cover from "LONG ISLAND CITY APR 6 1944" sent via England to the Postmaster General of Faroe Islands. Censored in the USA and closed with censor label "20002" additionally endorsed "20006". The reverse shows a "black dot", probably because it is sent to the Postmaster General it was sent as privileged mail, opened on two sides and slightly shortened at right, interesting and uncommon
Lot no.6223

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening600 €
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1944/45, Airmail 8c. with additional franking tied by machine First Day cancel "TALLAHASSEE MAR 3 1945" to special First Day Cover via England to Thorshavn, in England three-line "INSUFFICIENTLY PREPAID AIR MAIL" applied, further English censorship mark "PASSED T. 185" on reverse, in addition registered cover from "THORSHAVN 24.7.44" to Dayton with English censorship mark "PASSED T. 188", both covers with Insert note "P.C.5 This cover was open..." and "P.C. 12 letter was missing....", a fascinating duo

Lot no.6224

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening100 €
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1944/45, two covers including one First Day Cover and double censored cover via England to Thorshavn, written up, fine
Lot no.6225

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening500 €
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1945, 9.3., McKinley 25c. tied by mute oval cancel to registered cover from Haddonfield, New Jersey 9 to Faroe Islands, censored in the USA and closed with censor label "20006", at bottom left endorsed permit "Permit D-61", this permit allowed the sender to send stamps abroad. Reverse with transit and arrival mark of "THORSHAVN  26.4.45", fine and attractive and one of two known covers