Sale 3022 - Session 2 - British Commonwealth and Foreign Stamps and Covers; United States Postal History
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  • Lot# : 2101 Western Express Covers

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    "A.J. Oliver & Co.'s Bannock And Salt Lake City Express" near complete but somewhat light 28x40mm oval on 3c (U35) to Cameron, Mo., 1864 Salt Lake City d.c.d.s and target, additional truncated "F.D. Brown, Agent, G. S.L. City" handstamp, light wear and reduced at right (slightly into indicium), Fine and scarce cover. 2018 PF certificate. (ASCC unlisted).
    Start Price : 500 USD
    Current Opening : 500 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2102 Western Express Covers

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    "Alta Express Co., Paid" illustrated printed frank on immaculate 3c entire (U10), Extremely Fine.
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : 100 USD

    Lot# : 2103 Western Express Covers

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    "Bamber & Co's Express, W.B. Hardy's Office, Oakland" printed frank on 3c entire (U35) to San Francisco, red partial Bamber & Co. Express S.F., dcds, some light edge foxing at top, light edge wear, still F-VF entire.
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : 150 USD

    Lot# : 2104 Western Express Covers

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    "Wells Fargo & Co., Paid", eight 3c entires with printed franks, various offices oval cancels include: Los Angeles (magenta oval), Hornitos, Marysville (red Pacific Union Express printed frank & blue company cds), Sacramento (on overall illustrated), San Francisco, Stockton (2), etc., generally F-VF covers, attractive group.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 160 USD
    Hammer price : 190 USD

    Lot# : 2105 Adams Express Co.

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    "Per Adams Express Co. in Baltimore", manuscript notation on 3c entire (U59) to Baton Rouge, La., 1865 manuscript town cancel, additional "Paid 4 JS" on front with "Extra Expenses will be paid in Baton Rouge" on backflap, light soiling, still F-VF entire and usage.
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2106 Railroad, Route Agent and RPO

    Railroad Cover Collection, 1851-1946, group of 24 covers in deluxe cover album, includes: 3c (11) with blue "Albany & Buffalo R.R." cds; 3c (11) with blue "Eastern R.R." cds; 3c (11) with "Boston & Albany R.R." cds; red 1845 straightline "Rail Road Car" on folded letter sheet; several 1870's-90's RPO's or Agent markings, 1896 New York "Collection & Distrubition Wagon" cds on 2c UPU postal; rimless "The Fast Mail, NY & Chic PO" on 5c entire to Belgium, etc., generally F-VF, nice mix of interests.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : 150 USD

    Lot# : 2107 United States Postal History Lots and Collections

    Correspondence to Adelaide Johnson (1859-1955), 22 envelopes (no letters) were sent from the U.S. and England to Miss Johnson in the U.S., England and Italy, and some have notations in her hand as to whom they were from; two WW I censored, and one was from the National Woman's Party; Fine and unusualrnAdelaide Johnson an American sculptor, was an early feminist and suffragete who was devoted to the cause of equality of women. She is best known for her portrait monument to Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Susan B. Anthony, her friends who were involved in the woman's Suffrage Movement. The statue now resides in the rotunda of the US Capitol.
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2108 Cuba

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    Catalog# : 222
    "Franked: Chaplain, J.C. Given, 5th Mo. V.I.", violet straightline handstamp on YMCA patriotic cover to Marion, Ohio, 2c (222) tied by "Military Sta. No 10" duplex, Very Fine cover.
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2109 Cuba

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    U13, 1899 2c Carmine, two scarce used stationery envelopes, one uprated and used from Cardenas to New York, with scarce LARRAURI & GONZALES corner card; the 1905 envelope (tear at the bottom, without a watermark) and with EDUARDO RODRIGUEZ corner card of Matanzas, used to Havana, VG-VF
    Start Price : 80 USD
    Current Opening : 80 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2110 Cuba

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    Cuba, Spanish-American War Covers, 11 covers, circa 1898-1990, mostly different Military Sta. cancel types, couple patriotics, "Soldier's Mail", unsealed circular to Nova Scotia, etc., generally F-VF, please inspect.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : 190 USD

    Lot# : 2111 Cuba

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    Cuba, Spanish-American War Related, eight covers, eight "fronts" + four first generation photos showing U.S. and civilians (one photo of corpsmen only), good mix of interesting material, please inspect.
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2112 Cuba

    Cuba Postal History, 27 covers, cards or stationery, mostly 1900-10 with a few later, a few destinations, "mourning" cover, WWII censor's, Lindbergh, illustrated advertising, U2 (7) mint, etc., generally F-VF, marked retail over $600).
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : 120 USD

    Lot# : 2113 Guam

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    1-3, 1899 1c-3c Guam Overprints, F-VF singles, 2c natural straightedge, all tied on cover to Newark, NJ by purple "Agana, Ilse of Guam" 6/14/00 straightlines, "Mil. Sta. No. 2", Manila 8/7/00 transit backstamp, Newark 9/13 receiving cds, Very Fine cover.
    Start Price : 250 USD
    Current Opening : 250 USD
    Hammer price : 250 USD

    Lot# : 2114 Guam

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    Guam Postal History, 1899-1977, group of 20 covers or cards, better include: Guam 1c-5c (1-3) on cover to San Francisco, tied by purple "San Luis D'Apra" 12/9/99 straightline, Manila transit; Guam 5c (3), tied by Guam 4/1/03 duplex, Manila transit; two real photocards circa 1920 (one postally used, other with notations); several "Guard Mail" covers, 1937 first flight (Guam-Hong Kong), generally Very Fine, marked retail over $800.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 230 USD
    Hammer price : 270 USD

    Lot# : 2115 Hawaii Postal History

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    1900 Plague Disinfected Cover from Honolulu to New York, sent unpaid and marked for postage due with 10 precancelled copies of J39 applied on the back side at New York; Honolulu H.I. Mar 20 1900 duplex - during the bubonic plague epidemic, the corners of the envelope were clipped and it was fumigated with sulphur fumes; the Honolulu post office applied the "T 45 / CENTIMES" and penciled "50" over the "45" (10 cents postage plus a penalty of 10 cents) which was charged on arrival at New York City; Very Fine, a rare Hawaiian disinfected cover.; ex Pietsch;
    Start Price : 500 USD
    Current Opening : 500 USD
    Hammer price : 525 USD

    Lot# : 2116 Philippines

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    Philippines, Spanish American War Correspondence, 30 covers, most with contents, written between 1896-1900, covers with various Mil. Sta. duplex's, several interesting letters..."19 mile march on beach, Gunboat #5 went down, one man drownes", etc, interesting reading, F-VF correspondence,
    Start Price : 200 USD
    Current Opening : 200 USD
    Hammer price : 325 USD

    Lot# : 2117 Philippines

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    1901 US Marine Corps Insurrection Period Cover to USA, envelope franked with 2c Overprint tied by indistinct 1901 cds, ms return address"...Co. C, 1st Batt./ U.S.M.C./ Subiq, P.I.", backstamped Arcadia Fla Feb 18 1901, cover roughly opened at right (affects stamp) and with small faults, VG-Fine
    Start Price : 200 USD
    Current Opening : 200 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2118 Philippines

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    Catalog# : 214
    Philippines to Cape Town (S.A.), Forwarded to Zululand, 1903 New Years Card, 2c (214) tied on card by Manila 12/23/03 duplex, Columbo, Ceylon 1/23/04 forwarding, East London 2/26 forwarder, Capetown receiver and forwarder of 2/29/04, Very Fine, rare usage and destination.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2119 Philippines

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    Catalog# : 217A
    217A, 1899 10c Orange brown, Type II, Very Fine, used with 3c (215) to pay registry rate to Germany, both tied by cork cancels, purple "Registered Manila, P.I. Jun 2 1903" straightline handstamp, appropriate backstamp, Very Fine cover.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : 180 USD

    Lot# : 2120 Philippines

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    Catalog# : 217
    217A, 1899 10c Brown, Type I, Fine, tied on registered cover with 5c (216) to Springfield, Ill by Cervantes, P.I. 3/4/03 duplex, appropriate backstamps include Manila, St. Louis & Springfield, Very Fine cover.
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : 160 USD

    Lot# : 2121 Philippines

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    Catalog# : 235
    235, 1903 15c Olive green, Fine, tied on forwarded cover to England by Manila 6/19/04 machine cancel, additionally franked with G.B. 1c EVII issue, tied by Streatham dcds, Large "S" handstamp, appropriate backstamps, edge faults and wear, Fine cover.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : 200 USD

    Lot# : 2122 Philippines

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    Catalog# : 485
    485//494 Victory Issue First Day Cover, nine different values, all tied on cover to Tacloban, Peyte, P.I. by indistinct 1/19/45 duplex's, purple straightline backstamp "First day Cover, First Regular Victory Stamps Sold in Restored Post offices in the Liberated Philippines January 19, 1945", light edge wear and minor toning, affecting 8c issue, otherwise Fine cover.
    Start Price : 60 USD
    Current Opening : 60 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2123 Philippines

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    Philippines 1945-47 "Victory" Overprint Issues, Dealer Stock, over 90 covers, all with "Victory" overprints, many FDC's, several with 10p-20p issues, also note set used 8/15/45 (Japan formally announcing unconditional surrender issues) & VJ day covers, some duplication, Very Fine and quite attractive, retails to $250.
    Start Price : 200 USD
    Current Opening : 260 USD
    Hammer price : 300 USD

    Lot# : 2124 Philippines

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    Catalog# : E4
    E4, 1925 20c Dull violet, vertical pair, Very Fine, used with 16c (346) on airmail cover to Fla., all tied by Fort Stotsenburg 9/29/32 duplex, Very Fine cover. (Scott $325).
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 575 USD
    Hammer price : 575 USD

    Lot# : 2125 Philippines

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    Provisional Special Delivery Covers, four 2c entires, ea. franked with provisional typed labels and various US administration stamps, all but one with purple "Special Delivery" straightline handstamps, one stamp piece out prior to mailing, Very Fine covers, impressive and attractive covers.
    Start Price : 200 USD
    Current Opening : 200 USD
    Hammer price : 425 USD

    Lot# : 2126 Philippines

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    Catalog# : E3
    Special Delivery Covers, seven covers, circa 1911-45, includes: E3 with violet "OB" overprint, E3 on entire, 1919 printed provisional label with 20c (282), E5 (2), E10 (2), generally Very Fine.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : 375 USD

    Lot# : 2127 Philippines

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    Philippines Postage Due Covers, 13 covers, circa 1902-37, includes J1 (4), NJ1 (9), all Very Fine, owner's marked retail $1,000 with several unpriced.
    Start Price : 200 USD
    Current Opening : 200 USD
    Hammer price : 280 USD

    Lot# : 2128 Philippines

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    NO3, 1943 5(c) on 6c Golden brown, variety with 22½mm long bar and 8¾mm spacing, solo use on 1 Oct 1943 Bureau of Internal Revenue Official Manila cover, uncensored to San Pablo. F-VF and scarce.
    Start Price : 50 USD
    Current Opening : 50 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2129 Philippines

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    NO3, 1943 5(c) on 6c Golden brown, Purple '(K. P.)' rubber handstamp, with thin bar at top of stamp, solo use on 26 May 1943 Bureau of Public Welfare Official Manila cover, to San Pablo with boxed Japanese military censor, F-VF and scarce.
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : 100 USD

    Lot# : 2130 Philippines

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    NO3, 1943 5(c) on 6c Golden brown, Purple '(K. P.)' rubber handstamp, two singles tied bny Manila Mar 31 1943 duplex on envelope with Budget and Auditing Office Official cover, to San Pablo with boxed Japanese military censor; stamps show two different varieties of overprint spacing and thin and thick '5''s in overprints, F-VF and scarce.
    Start Price : 120 USD
    Current Opening : 120 USD
    Hammer price : 120 USD

    Lot# : 2131 Philippines

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    Philippines Labels on Covers, group of 5 different, includes two different 1929 Barcelona exposition on 1929 cover; two different 1946 1p "Independence Day Fund" labels on two 2c (500) FDC's; others include 1926 & 1930 Christmas seals on to US (both seals tied), two with small cover faults/flaws, otherwise Very Fine covers.
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
    Hammer price : 140 USD

    Lot# : 2132 Philippines

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    "Free Philippines Guerrilla Postal Service", blue provisional issue tied on cover to Aloran, Free Philippines by large purple "Posted in the Free Philippines 1/28/44 MD No. 10" double outer oval handstamp, smaller oval "Tenth Military Dist. Censored, Free Philippines" and boxed "We depend Upon Gen. MacArthurs Pledge to Return" + seven other markings, Very Fine and Rare cover.
    Start Price : 2,000 USD
    Current Opening : 2,400 USD
    Hammer price : 2,700 USD

    Lot# : 2133 Philippines

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    "IRO-UNEC", Refugee Camp, United Nations refugee camp for displaced "White Russians" kicked out of Shanghai by the Chinese, 25 covers, circa 1949-50, all with U.N. camp cancels, Very Fine and extremely scarce.
    Start Price : 250 USD
    Current Opening : 700 USD
    Hammer price : 1,000 USD

    Lot# : 2134 Philippines

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    Postal Stationery Stock, over 120 postal cards or entires, mint and used, includes 10 with "OB" overprint (3 used), some uprated cards, "Victory" overprints, etc, includes 10p-20p (495-6) on FD card with retail of $130, generally F-VF or better, clean and useful lot.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : 250 USD

    Lot# : 2135 Philippines

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    Paquebot, Ship Covers or Cards, 13 different markings, circa 1912-33, ships include: SS Pres. Mckinley, SS Pres. Lincoln, SS Pres. Van Buren, SS pres. Jefferson, a few small faults but generally F-VF.
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : 130 USD

    Lot# : 2136 Philippines

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    1903-29, Philippines Scenic Post Cards, 40 used cards with various scenes, all used, includes couple first generation photocards, a few with stamps removed, includes: Forts, Ship and village postmarks, generally Fine or better.
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : 210 USD

    Lot# : 2137 Philippines

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    110 Scenic Post Cards, Circa 1900 -20, all unused, various views, street scenes, buildings, couple Forts, advertising, etc., includes several first generation photo cards, some retailed to $50
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : 350 USD

    Lot# : 2138 Philippines - Military Station Markings

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    "US Mil. Sta. No. 1-S.F. Cal., Cavite P.I. Sep. 10 '98" purple two line straightline handstamp ties US 2c (267) on cover to Litchfield, Conn., light perf tip toning, Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 180 USD
    Hammer price : 475 USD

    Lot# : 2139 Philippines - Military Station Markings

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    Catalog# : 222
    222, 1901 8c Violet brown, top partial imprint single tied on registered 2c Philippines entire (U8) to Scottville, N.Y. by indistinct blue cancels, purple "Registered Military Sta. No.2" handstamps, appropriate backstamps, Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 350 USD
    Hammer price : 350 USD

    Lot# : 2140 Philippines - Military Station Markings

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    Philippines Postal Stationery, Military Stations, 1898-1900, seven, mostly different, includes Iloilo Harbor straightline, expect few small flaws/faults, generally Fine covers, ideal for cancel specialist.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 260 USD
    Hammer price : 800 USD

    Lot# : 2141 Philippines - Military Station Markings

    Various Military Stations, over 25 covers, most with Military Stations cds's, better noted is 5c Trans-Mississippi with "Military Sta. 2, Cavite" cds., others include: Iloilo; Sta. number 3; registered ovals, etc., expect usual amount of small flaws/faults, generally Fine covers, owner's retail almost $2,500 with a few not priced.
    Start Price : 300 USD
    Current Opening : 300 USD
    Hammer price : 575 USD

    Lot# : 2142 Philippines

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    Caviti Naval Station & Related, five covers all US Navy related, circa 1899-1932, includes: 1937 "USS Blackhawk"; 1927 cover with "Cavite Service club" printed corner card; 1932 "Receiving Ship Caviti" cds; 1922 Caviti to Yokohama "USS Rainbow", US Postal Agency Shanghai" transit cds; also "USS Blake" 1899 cover with "Military Sta., Porto Rico" duplex, some cover faults, Fine.
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : 210 USD

    Lot# : 2143 Puerto Rico

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    Porto Rico, Spanish American War Covers, six covers + 2c entire and Postal Card, most with various Military Sta. cancels, mostly franked with US 5c (281) or Porto Rico 5c (212), one with private forwarders oval handstamp, overall F-VF covers, marked retail $1,275.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : 220 USD

    Lot# : 2144 Puerto Rico

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    Puerto Rico, Spanish American War Covers, group of six covers + front, most with Military Sta. duplex's, better noted: US 5c (288) tied by "Mil. Sta 4, San Juan Porto Rico" 12/22/99 duplex; Porto Rico 5c (212) tied by Mil. Sta 4, San Juan 8/12/99 duplex; Porto Rico 2c (211) tied by Aguadilla Sta. duplex; etc., mixed condition but generally Fine and useful covers, marked retail $800.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : 170 USD

    Lot# : 2145 Puerto Rico

    Puerto Rico, Postal History, 1920-45, group of 25 covers, includes first flights, WWII censored, Zeppelins (first trip of Los Angles), FDC's, etc., generally Very Fine, good mix, sure to please, marked retail over $1,000.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 210 USD
    Hammer price : 290 USD

    Lot# : 2146 Puerto Rico

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    5c Red Flight Label "Correo Aero Puerto Rico", label tied with US 10c (C10) on cover to New York City by purple "Hydroavion Kofresi, St, Thomas V.I."oval, also surcharged vertically "...Vale 10c", additional surcharge on cover, additionally tied by San Juan, Puerto Rico 9/28/38 machine cancel, flight cachet "Inauguracion Oficial de "Anpri" via Hidro "Korfesi", some light cover toning from gum on backflaps, still quite unusual and Very Fine cover.
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : 120 USD

    Lot# : 2147 Puerto Rico - Military Station Markings

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    "Military Sta. 1, Porto Rico, Washington D.C." receiving 9/21/99 backstamp on Cuban cover to Porto Rico, Cuba 5c (225) tied by Santiago, Cuba 9/14/99 duplex, light filefold, otherwise F-VF cover, scarce usage.
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 210 USD
    Hammer price : 210 USD

    Lot# : 2148 Pacific Islands

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    Pago-Pago Samoa, 7/21/02 duplex ties U.S. 5c (281) & 8c (272) on registered penalty envelope cover to England, printed "Navy Department, US Naval Station, Tutuila, Official Business" corner card, red New York registry label, New York registry and foreign backstamp ovals, London receiver, cover edge tear at top, otherwise Very Fine cover; listed in Scott as used in Samoa but unpriced.
    Start Price : 200 USD
    Current Opening : 450 USD
    Hammer price : 450 USD

    Lot# : 2149 Pacific Islands

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    "Pago-Pago Samoa Registered", 1/19/20 purple double circle date cancel ties US 12c (512) on registered cover to San Francisco, purple boxed "Registered" handstamp, additional magenta "Registered" straightline handstamp, appropriate backstamps, Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : 120 USD

    Lot# : 2150 U.S. Possesions Postal History Lots and Collections

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    U.S. Possessions, Registered Cover Balance, nine registered covers, circa 1917-41, includes couple foreign, note usages from: Canal Zone, Cuba (3), Philippines, Puerto Rico, Virgin Is., etc., generally Very Fine, all with interesting frankings,
    Start Price : 200 USD
    Current Opening : 200 USD
    Hammer price : 240 USD

    Lot# : 2151 U.S. Pioneer Flights

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    C3, 1918 24c Carmine & blue, Fine, small closed tear, tied on oversized "Aerial League of America" First Flight cover by complete purple "Air Mail Service Wash. N.Y. Phila. New York 5/15/18 First Trip" duplex, additional markings include illustrated "Via Aeroplane Mail" and "Fee Claimed by office of First Address", some light cover toning, otherwise Fine cover. (Scott $750).
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 170 USD
    Hammer price : 170 USD

    Lot# : 2152 U.S. Souvenir Historical Flights

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    "This card flown by Jimmy Doolittle" first generation photocard showing Doolittle posing with his plane, with notations by Earle Ovington (signature on reverse with scuffing), "Twentieth Anniversary First St Louis Airmail" flight cachet, Very Fine flown card.
    Start Price : 50 USD
    Current Opening : 50 USD
    Hammer price : 50 USD

    Lot# : 2153 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

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    Catalog# : 8N4f
    8N4f, "Air Mail Field Concord, Calif.", Air Mail Field Concord, Calif. 9/15/26, 5AM duplex ties 10c (C10) on flown cover to Seattle, Wash., Extremely Fine cover. Only 10 pieces flown. (AAMS $350).
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : 100 USD

    Lot# : 2154 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

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    Catalog# : 13S6f
    13S6f, Airmail Field new York, NY, 9/4/26 5PM duplex ties 8c (C3) on cover addressed to Eugene Klein, Very Fine. (AAMC $150).
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
    Hammer price : 75 USD

    Lot# : 2155 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

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    C.A.M. 11"First American Airmail Pick-Up ....By Adams Non-Stop Method, Youngstown O. C.A.M.11", scarce four line handstamp on cover to Portland. Ore. Youngstown Ohio 8/30?29 machine cancel, pilot signed, also includes: 2nd cacheted cover with Earle Ovington signature, both Very Fine.
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2156 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

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    Catalog# : 18E18A
    18E18A, Iowa City Iowa 4/2/31 4:30PM, duplex ties 5c (C12), no cachet, Very Fine, scarce. (AAMC $250).
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : 100 USD

    Lot# : 2157 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

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    Catalog# : 27E27
    27E27, "Amelia Earhart, Special Pilot" , special straightline handstamp, additional unofficial "First Amphibian Flight" cachet, Detroit Mich 5/14/29 duplex ties 5c (650), Very Fine cover. Only 385 flown. (AAMC $250).
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : 100 USD

    Lot# : 2158 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

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    Catalog# : 27E27
    27E27, "Amelia Earhart, Special Pilot" , straightline handstamp with unofficial "Thompson Aernautical Corporation" cachet, Detroit, Mich. 5/14/29 duplex's tie contemporaneous issues, Very Fine. 385 pieces flown. This is the only flight Earhart flew over a Contract Airmail route and are of special interest to collectors. (AAMC $250).
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 130 USD
    Hammer price : 130 USD

    Lot# : 2159 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

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    Catalog# : 28E2b
    28E2b, "Kansas City, Mo. Airport", 5/1/29 duplex ties 5c (650) on flown cover to Chicago, Very Fine. (AAMC $200).
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
    Hammer price : 75 USD

    Lot# : 2160 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

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    Catalog# : 34E2
    34E2, "A.M.F. Camden, NJ 10/25/30 5:30 PM", duplex on 5c airmail entire to Los Angles Calif., Philadelphia, Pa. flight cachet, pilot signed (Rach/Collings ( PM Bartlets), Very Fine. See note in catalog, only a very few exist. (AAMC $350).
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2161 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

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    Catalog# : R25N14
    R25N14, Newark to W.Palm Beach, "Air Mail Field, Newark NJ 2/8/31 8AM" duplex ties 5c (C16), backstamped with flight cachet and "West Palm Beach 2/10/31 5:30 AM Rec'd" cds, Very Fine. Only seven flown. (AAMC $150).
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2162 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

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    "34th Pursuit Squadron, Air Corp." notations in Earle Ovingtons hand stating they conveyed his Ford Tri-moter aircraft on the 20th anniversity of his first airmail flight, cover autographed by six pilots from the 34th, two different Ovington signatures, Very Fine and important cover.
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2163 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 1-2, Flight Covers, 86 flight covers: C.A.M. 1 (46), C.A.M. 2 (40), expect light duplication, three signed Earle ovington, couple other Pilot and Post master signed, mretails $3-$25, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2164 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 3, Flight Covers, 46 flight covers, a few with light duplication, include two signed Earle ovington, couple others signed by Pilots of Post masters, Very Fine. Owner catalogued $1,767.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2165 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 4-6, Flight Covers, 59 flight covers, some light duplication, includes: CAM 4 (22), C.A.M. 5 (18), C.A.M. 6 (9), C.A.M. 7 (10), additionally two signed Earl Ovington, five "crash" covers (26.8, AAMC $100 each), etc., Very Fine.
    Start Price : 200 USD
    Current Opening : 200 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2166 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 8, Flight Covers, 67 flight covers include two signed Earle Ovington, expect some light duplication, many in the $10-$20 retail pricing, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 170 USD
    Current Opening : 170 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2167 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 9, Flight Covers, 172 flight covers, expect some duplication, includes 25 signed Earle Ovington, several other Pilot or Post Master signed, many in $10-$20 retails, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 400 USD
    Current Opening : 400 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2168 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 10-11, Flight Covers, 59 flight covers: C.A.M. 10 (32), C.A.M. 11 (27), some light duplication, couple Pilot signed, many in $10-$20 range (a few higher), Very Fine.
    Start Price : 130 USD
    Current Opening : 130 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2169 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 12, Flight Covers, 60 flight covers, some light duplication, a few Pilot or Post Master signed, many in $10-$20 price range, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 140 USD
    Current Opening : 140 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2170 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 13, 15-16, Flight Covers, 58 flight covers: C.A.M. 13 (9), C.A.M. 15 (8), C.A.M. 16 (41), expect some duplication, a few signed, many in the $10-$30 retail range, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 180 USD
    Current Opening : 180 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2171 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 17, Flight Covers, 43 flight covers, expect light duplication, couple signed, many $5-$20 retails, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 90 USD
    Current Opening : 90 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2172 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 18, Flight Covers, 81 flight covers, expect some light duplication, a few signed, retails from $5-$20 or higher, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 190 USD
    Current Opening : 190 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2173 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 19, Flight Covers, 112 flight covers, expect some duplication, six signed Earle Ovington, few others signed, retails from $4-$22, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 250 USD
    Current Opening : 250 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2174 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 20, Flight Covers, 106 flight covers, expect some light duplication, includes 3 signed Earle Ovington, couple others signed Pilot or Post masters, retails from $3-$20 or higher, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 220 USD
    Current Opening : 220 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2175 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 21, Flight Covers, group of 30 flight covers, a few with light duplication, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 40 USD
    Current Opening : 40 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2176 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 22-25, Flight Covers, 115 flight covers, includes CAM 22 (25), CAM 23 (21), CAM 24 (20), CAM 25 (49), some light duplication, one signed Earle Ovington, couple other Pilot or Post Master signed, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2177 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 26, Flight Covers, 44 flight covers, very little duplication, couple Pilot or Post master signed, note couple with light water staining, otherwise Very Fine.
    Start Price : 50 USD
    Current Opening : 50 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2178 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 27, Flight Covers, 140 flight covers, expect some duplication, one signed by Earle Ovington, several others signed by Pilots or Post Masters, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 200 USD
    Current Opening : 200 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2179 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 28-29, 32, Flight Covers, 64 flight covers, some duplication, includes 17 signed by Earle Ovington, also additional Pilot and Post Master signatures, some duplication, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2180 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 30, Flight Covers, 64 flight covers, mostly different but a few with light duplication, includes 9 signed by Earle Ovington, also a few additional Pilots and Post Masters, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2181 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M 33, Flight Covers, group of 111 covers, mostly different a few with light duplication, includes 31 covers signed by Earle Ovington, also some additional Pilots or Post Masters, all Very Fine.
    Start Price : 200 USD
    Current Opening : 200 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2182 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

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    C.A.M. 33, "Night" Flight Covers, small group of 16 flight covers, all but one signed by Earle Ovington, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 90 USD
    Current Opening : 90 USD
    Hammer price : 90 USD

    Lot# : 2183 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. 34, Flight Covers, 77 flight covers, expect some minor duplication, includes 38 signed earle Ovington, also several other Pilot or Post Mastes signes, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : 150 USD

    Lot# : 2184 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    Earle Ovington "First U.S. Air Mail Pilot (1911), 180 C.A.M. or various Dedication/Event covers, all signed by Ovington, many different, note 1931 Glendale, Ca. Airshow signed as "Judge" additional notations in his hand, also Parachute Jumper's autograph, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 400 USD
    Current Opening : 400 USD
    Hammer price : 400 USD

    Lot# : 2185 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M., F.A.M., Dedications/Event Covers, 501 special flight covers in 15 albums, 356 covers are signed by Earle Ovington, some duplication includes heavy duplication on the 20th anniversary of his first historic flight, includes various CAM & FAM flights, Airport Dedications, various Events include: Air races, Shows, Admiral Byrd, etc., all Very Fine, an exciting lot for dealer or areophile.
    Start Price : 1,000 USD
    Current Opening : 1,000 USD
    Hammer price : 1,000 USD

    Lot# : 2186 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M, Flights, Dedications/Event Covers, 441 special flight covers, 322 signed by Earle Ovington, includes Airport dedications, ship to shore flights, races, Air Shows, etc, expect duplication from light to somewhat heavy, Very Fine, ideal for dealer or aerophile.
    Start Price : 1,000 USD
    Current Opening : 1,000 USD
    Hammer price : 1,000 USD

    Lot# : 2187 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. Flight Covers, Dedications, Event Covers, approx. 300 flight covers, various C.A.M.'s, Dedications/Events, etc, many signed by Ovington and other various pilots, expect duplication, some legal sized & ephemeral, generally Very Fine, please inspect, sure to please the dealer or aerophile.
    Start Price : 300 USD
    Current Opening : 300 USD
    Hammer price : 300 USD

    Lot# : 2188 U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Flights

    C.A.M. Flight Covers, Dedications, Event Covers, 55 flight covers + small bit of ephemera, includes nine covers franked with C4, Very Fine.
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2189 Transoceanic Record Flights

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    AAMC 1025, 1924 Round-The-World Fligth by US Army Aviators, 1c postal card (UX27) cancelled by Santa Monica Cal Mar 17 1924 duplex cancel, circular "SANTA MONICA, CAL./ SEATTLE WASH/ CLOVER FIELD 1924 First Leg" cachet at left along 2-line "AROUND THE WORLD FLIGHT/ UNITED STATES AIR FORCE', additional postage added for forwarding to NY City, backstamped Seattle Apr 4 1924, 2-line ""DOUGLAS" WORLD AIR CRUISERS/ LIBERTY MOTOR 400 H.P. BIPLANE" imprint along with typed message mentioning details of the flight, light corner crease top right, Fine and attractive
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : 150 USD

    Lot# : 2190 Transoceanic Record Flights

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    AAMC 1055, 1927 Nungesser-Coli Search Expedition, airmail envelope with US 627 tied by Times Sq Sta NY Jun 2 1927 machine cancel, usual printed cachet at upper left and signed by Floyd Bennett, addressed on the back side to an address in St Johns and with a St Johns Nfld Jun 11 1927 machine cancel, corner crease at lower left, top right corner bit rounded, Fine and scarce
    Start Price : 120 USD
    Current Opening : 120 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2191 Transoceanic Record Flights

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    AAMC 1071, Wilkins Arctic Ocean Flight, America to Europe, airmail envelope addressed to Mexico franked with US 2c Red tied by Barrow Alaska Apr 14 1928 hand cancel, 2-line "SVALBARD RADIO" at upper left, "000071" handstamp on back, signed ""Hubert Wilkins April 21st 1928", Very Fine; only 96 covers carried on this first flight from North America to Europe over the unexplored region of the Arctic
    Start Price : 400 USD
    Current Opening : 400 USD
    Hammer price : 600 USD

    Lot# : 2192 Transoceanic Record Flights

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    AAMC 1140, 1931 Non Stop Trans-Atlantic Flight Harbor Grace - Copenhagen byHillig and Hoiriis. airmail envelope with printed cachet with usual US and Danish frankings tied by Liberty NY and Kobenhavn cancels, signed by pilot Holgar Hoiriis and navigator, German photographer, Otto Hillig, Very Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2193 Transoceanic Record Flights

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    AAMC 1140, 1931 Non Stop Trans-Atlantic Flight Harbor Grace - Copenhagen byHillig and Hoiriis. Roessler airmail envelope with printed cachet with usual US and Danish frankings tied by Liberty NY and Kobenhavn cancels, backside with printed "CHRISTENING of Plane "LIBERTY" Sunday, May 24, 1931" in frame, signed by pilot Holgar Hoiriis and navigator, German photographer, Otto Hillig, Very Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2194 Transoceanic Record Flights

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    AAMC 1140, 1931 Non Stop Trans-Atlantic Flight Harbor Grace - Copenhagen by Hillig and Hoiriis. airmail envelope with printed cachet franked with Newfoundland 15c Airmail cancelled by Harbor Grace Jun 24 31 cancel, backstamped St Johns Nfld Jun 26 and Kobenhavn 3.7.31, signed by pilot Holgar Hoiriis and navigator, German photographer, Otto Hillig, Very Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2195 Transoceanic Record Flights

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    AAMC 1141, 1931 Post and Gatty "Round-the-World" Flight of the "Winnie Mae". envelope with printed cachet and signatures of "Wiley Post" and "Harold Gatty" at upper left, US 2c Carmine tied by Mineola NY Jun 21 1931 machine cancel, Berlin 24.6.31 transit cancel plus two handstamped cachets on address side, no back stamps (offset of a Mineola machine cancel on back), Very Fine and choice
    Start Price : 200 USD
    Current Opening : 200 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2196 Transoceanic Record Flights

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    AAMC 1142, 1931 Attempted Solo Transatlantic Flight by Ruth R Nichols, unfranked envelope with the 3-line "crash" and boxed cachets plus Nichols rubber stamp signature, backflap with Nichols printed address, Very Fine; the plane crashed on takeoff destroying the plane and severely injuring the pilot
    Start Price : 120 USD
    Current Opening : 120 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2197 Transoceanic Record Flights

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    AAMC 1144, 1931 New York to Budapest, Endresz and Magyar in "Justice for Hungary". special postcard with imprinted "$1 stamp" and with the usual green flight cachets and Budapest arrival cancel, autographed by Sandor Magyar, Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2198 Transoceanic Record Flights

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    AAMC 1144, 1931 New York to Budapest, Endresz and Magyar in "Justice for Hungary". special postcard with imprinted "$1 stamp" and with the usual green flight cachets and Budapest arrival cancel, light corner creases, Fine card
    Start Price : 80 USD
    Current Opening : 80 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 2199 Transoceanic Record Flights

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    AAMC 1149, 1931 Transpacific Flight, Tokyo to Seattle, airmail envelope franked with US C12 just tied by Seattle Wash Oct 9 1931 machine cancel and Japan 194 tied by Japanese 6.9.8 cancel, attractive printed cachet plus the oval "DELAYED" handstamp, Very Fine; signed by pilots Cecil Allen and Don Moyle
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : 100 USD

    Lot# : 2200 Transoceanic Record Flights

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    AAMC 1167, 1932 Mattern and Griffin 'Round-the-World" Flight, envelope with typical US, German and Russian frankings tied by appropriate cancels, Very Fine; signed by pilots Jimmie Mattern and B.H. Griffin; the flight attempted to beat the "round-the-world" record of Post and Gatty; they landed in Berlin and Moscow but crashed in Siberia; only 10 covers flown
    Start Price : 500 USD
    Current Opening : 850 USD
    Hammer price : 850 USD
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