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Auction Date: September 25th-26th, 2020
from: 25. September 2020 10:30 CEST
  • United States Postage due stamps

    • Lot 142

    Description
    Two covers with contents sent to United States from the "Crookerland expedition 1913-1917" in northern Greenland. One censored cover with stamp taken off and one cover sent unfranked via Denmark with American postage due. Cert Wowern. One additional letter (without envelope) included. All pictured on our website.
    Entire lot scanned

    Sold at Auction
    340.00 EUR

  • United States Postal stationery

    • Lot 143

    Description
    "1925 Polar Mail / Mac MILLAN AERIAL ARCTIC EXPEDITION" blue special cachet on 1 cent green postcard dated "FIRST LEG" June 10. Canc. "BOSTON MASS JUN 11 1905". Sender Harry A. Truby.

    Sold at Auction
    60.00 EUR

  • United States

    • Lot 647
    • 235

    Description
    Columbus 6 c. two very fresh blocks of four in different shades, purple and a more bluish shade. Sc. $ 1320.

    Sold at Auction
    150.00 EUR


    • Lot 648
    • 467

    Description
    5 cent rose perf. 10 colour error in pos. 18 in full sheet with margins at right and below. Some perf. separated in lower margin, small tear in right margin only and some gum disturbance well away from the colour error. SCARCE.

    Sold at Auction
    500.00 EUR


    • Lot 649
    • C13-15

    Description
    Zeppelin 1903 cpl (3). each with first usable hinge. Scott $ 1.165. VERY FINE.
    Entire lot scanned

    Sold at Auction
    400.00 EUR


    • Lot 650
    • LO 2

    Description
    CARRIER 1 c. in two different blue shades. Very beautiful with superb red star (small thin) and the other with rare red Philadelphia despatch canc.

    Sold at Auction
    140.00 EUR

  • United States Collections

    • Lot 651

    Description
    Very good old collection of used stamps in an album 1847 - 1944 incl. officials, postage dues and newspaper stamps. Many good stamps like 1867 1-30 c. with grill (Michel 16-24W) 1893 Columbus set, 1930 Zeppelin and many more good stamps. High cat. value. Please inspect!

    Sold at Auction
    5500.00 EUR


    • Lot 652

    Description
    Mainly used collection in beautiful SAFE dual album 1847 - 1930s with a number of better stamps e.g. beautiful Benjamin Franklin 5c. 1847, Thomas Jefferson 5c. 1856, 90 c. blue 1861 etc. Also some better grills e.g. 30 c. orange 1861. Part of collection pictured on our website.
    Part of Lot Scanned

    Sold at Auction
    1800.00 EUR

  • United States Bulk lot

    • Lot 653

    Description
    Large carton with eight albums and three stock books with various, both used and unused stamps, minisheets etc., incl. some better early ones with grills. Please inspect.

    Sold at Auction
    460.00 EUR

  • United States Autographs

    • Lot 908

    Description
    Greta Garbo Correspondence Collection of 36 letters mainly in Swedish to her close friend Countess Märtha (Hörke) Wachtmeister at Tistad gård. Most letters written in the 1930s and 1940s but also one sent to Märtha´s daughter Gunilla Bussler (married Bernadotte) as late as 1976. The letters are mostly unsigned but one signed “The Clown” and two signed with sketches of female figures. 26 of the letters are still in their covers, mainly with American frankings and Californian postmarks, some with the stamps cut out. All neatly presented in a beautiful box. The letters are very personal and reveals constant homesickness, loneliness and her desire to escape from the film industry and her own stardom but also interesting lines about her work in Hollywood. Included in the collection is an album with 111 amateur photos (including some duplicates), taken at Tistad gård in the 1930s showing Garbo enjoying the escape from fame together with the Wachtmeister family in outdoor activities such as skiing, sunbathing and playing with animals. UNIQUE OFFER
    Part of Lot Scanned

    Sold at Auction
    5000.00 EUR

  • United States

    • Lot 1021

    Description
    UNITED STATES. A very beautiful unpaid letter from New York 1865 to Jacobstad with cachet "FUNCH, MEINCK & WENT SHIP-BROKER NEW-YORK". "Via Bremen" (erased) and "per Trenton". Various pmks and rate markings. Ex. Pitkänen. SUPERB & RARE.

    Sold at Auction
    240.00 EUR


    • Lot 1022

    Description
    INCOMING MAIL. Unpaid letter to Jakobstad. Postmarked "NEW YORK 17.6.1865" endorsed "via.Bremen & St. Petersburg" and "p. New York", which was the Norddeutsche Lloyd steamer sailing the same day and arriving 1.7.1865 to Bremen, where postmarked "AMERICA ÜBER BREMEN". Transit mark of St. Petersburg 23.6 and arrival notation 11.7.65 in Jakobstad. Ex Pitkänen. VERY FINE

    Sold at Auction
    200.00 EUR


    • Lot 2050
    • 6C^2

    Description
    "NEW YORK" red c.d.s. on a beautiful 8 penni roulette II with a few small perf. faults. RARE.

    Sold at Auction
    220.00 EUR

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