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The John Darnell Levant Collection

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ΔΗΜΟΠΡΑΣΙΑ Νο.505 ΤΗΣ 6/12/2014 PUBLIC AUCTION No.505 OF 6th Dec. ’14 LEVANT AUSTRIAN P.O.

8001

THE AUSTRIAN LEVANT POST OFFICES. A very nice collection of over 1350 Austrian, Austrian Levant and Lombardi-Veneto stamps cancelled with Austrian Levant post marks, some of them quite rare and some quite rare used stamps on 2 Stanley Gibbons Albums. 62 different Cities post marks and over 212 different types of cancellations.

8002

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8500

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. Austrian 20pa/5kr. PS posted with type “LB” canc. “LLOYD AUSTIACO I*28/3/98”, arr. “GAND*3 AVRIL 1898”. This type of pst mark used on “ACHILLE” ship from 1891 to 1901.

PS

120

8003

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. Cover fr. with 1pi in pairand cancelled with type “LD-1” canc. “ACHILLE OE. LLOYD*18/7/06”, arr. “TRIEST*21 VII 06”.

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8004

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. Blue “LLOYD AUSTRIACO II*19/8/99” type “LB-2” on 1pi/10kr. “Aglaja” ship served on the slow lines to the Levant between 1888 and 1910.

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8005

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. PPC “LUSSINPICCOLO” fr. with 5H. and cancelled with “ALBANIEN OSTERR.LLOYD*22.IV.11”. VF.

PPC

120

8006

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. Austrian 1pi/10kr letter card cancelled with type “LB-3” canc. “LLOYD AUSTRIACO III*3.4.94” (=AMPHITRITE), arr. On reverse manuscript “Au Bord Schiffers Aumphitritte Brindisi”.

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100

8007

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “Amphitrite” ship. 1pi/10gr + 1pi. Egytian + 20pa. in pair Turkish cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO III” (type LB-3).This type of canc. was used from 1891 and 1901.

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8008

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Apollo” ship. 3x5l. Small Hermes heads Belgian on fragment cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO-UNGARICO V*31/5/89” (type LA-5). Tchilinghirian does comment that “Apollo” cancellations in type LA-5 are probably the least uncommon of rhe “LA” types.

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8009

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Aurora” ship. 20pa. + 5pa. in pair Turkish stamps cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO IX” (type LB-9) in black and blue colour. VF. It is quite scarce on Turkish stamps and has not previously been recorded on 5pa. values.

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8010

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Austria” ship. 1pi. Turkish stamp cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO X*3/10/98” (type LB-10) in black colour. This type normally found in blue colour.

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8011

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Baron Call” ship. 25l. 1906 Olympic Games cancelled with red “BARON CALL O.E. LLOYD*21/11/06” (type LD-9).

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8012

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Baron Beck” ship. Colour Corfu PPC fr. with 5H. and cancelled with red “BARON BECK O.E. LLOYD*6.XI.08” (type LE-1). Examples of this type of canc. seems to be scarce.

PPC

50

8013

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Bosnia” ship. Double 5H+5H letter card cancelled with blue-black “BOSNIA O.E. LLOYD*3/6/07” (type LD-11), arr. “KIRCHBERG*5/6/07”

PL

90

8014

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Brioni” ship. colour PPC fr. with 5H and cancelled with “BRIONI OSTERR.LLOYD*14.III.10” to Triest.

PPC

70

8015

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Bruenn” ship. Colour Italian PPC fr. with 5H in pair and cancelled with “BRUENN OSTERR.LLOYD*10.X.11” to Pireaus. Marking from this ship, according Tchilinghirian (1962), are very scarce.RRR.

PPC

70

8016

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Calipso” ship. 10kr. letter card cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XII*6/5/96” (type LB-12). This type usually was in blue colour and used from 1891 to 1900. RR.

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8017

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Carniola” ship. 1pi. Austrian levant on fragment cancelled with red “CARNIOLA O.E. LLOYD*22/8/06”.

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8018

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Castore” ship. 25H. and 20l. red SHH cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTIACO XIII” (type LB-13).

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8019

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Ceres” ship. 10sld 1867 coarse print, cancelled with “CERES” (type LA-14).

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8020

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Ceres” ship. 5kr. in pair + 1pi Turkish stamp cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XIV” (LB-14) in black and green colour.

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8021

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Ceres” ship. 20l. 1896 Olympic Games cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XIV*15/4/97” (LB-14) in blue colour. Superb. RRR.

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8022

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Cleopatra” ship. 1pi/25h. Austrian Levant cancelled with “CLEOPATRA O.E. LLOYD*13/4/02” (LD-19) in black colour.

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8023

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Cleopatra” ship. PPC “OESTERR. LLOYD. D. CLEOPATRA” fr. with 10H. perfin and cancelled with “CLEOPATRA O.E. LLOYD*4/11/10” (type LD-19).

8024

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Dalmatia” ship. 20pa/10H. letter card cancelled with “DALMATIA O.E. LLOYD*22/4” (type LD), arr. “NAPOLI*26.4.06”.

8025

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Danubio II” ship. PPC “Sebenico” fr. with 2kr. and cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XVII*5/3/98” (type LB-17) in blue colour, arr. “KARLSBAD-STADT*9/3/98”.

8026

PPC

50

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50

PPC

50

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Danubio” ship. “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XVII” (type LB-17) in blue and black colour on 5kr. and 2kr on part of PPC.

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8027

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Daphne” ship. “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XVIII” (type LB-18) in blue colour on 1pi/10kr. in pair and 1pi Turkish.

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8028

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Daphne” ship. PPC “Salut de Trebizonde” fr. with 10H. and cancelled with “DAPHNE O.E. LLOYD*17/9/02” (type LD-22) in black colour.

PPC

50

8029

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Delfino” ship. 5kr. cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XIX*14/8/97” (type LB-19) in blue colour.

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8030

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Diana” ship. 25H. with refin “F.P” on fragment cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XII” in blue colour.

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8031

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Espero” ship. 2x1pi Turkish + 1pi/10kr cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XXII” (type LB-22) in blue, black and green colour.

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8032

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. Probably “S/S Espero” ship. Colour PPC fr. with 5kr. and cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO ?XII*5/9/01” (type LB) in blue, arr. “TRIEST”.

PPC

40

8033

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Ettore” ship. 1pi Turkish stamps cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XXIII*11/6/95” (type LB-23) in green colour.

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8034

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Ettore” ship. 2x10Kop Russian stamps cancelled with “ETTORE O.E. LLOYD” (type LD-26) in black and blue colour.

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8035

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Euterpe” ship. 10l. + 20l. Small Hermes heads on fragment cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XXIV*25/3/99” (type LB-24) in green colour.

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8036

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Euterpe” ship. PPC “Brindisi. Mercato nella Piazza” fr. with 20pa/5kr. and cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XXIV*2/5/00” (type LB-24) in blue colour, via “BRINDISI*3 5 00”, arr. “GRAZ”.

PPC

70

8037

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Flora” ship. 10kr. cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XXVI*12/4/96” (type LB-26) in blue-green colour.

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8038

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Galatea” ship. 10H. postal letter card cancelled with “GALATEA O.E. LLOYD*24/3/02” (type LD) in blue-green colour. Arr. “TONGRES*26 MAR. 1902”.

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130

8039

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Gastein” ship. Cover fr. with 25H. and posted from “GASTEIN OSTERR.LLOYD*15 VI 13” (type LF-9), arr. “b CANDIA*18.VI.13”.

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8040

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Gastein” ship. 5H. letter card fr. with 10pa Austrian Levant and posted from “GASTEIN OSTERR.LLOYD*28 III 14” (type LF-9).

PS

50

8041

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Goricia” ship. Printed “OESTERR. LLOYD/TRIEST” cover with EL included and written in “Port Said”, fr. with 10H. and cancelled with “GORICIA O.E. LLOYD*12 XI. 12” in blue and red colour and oval red “LLOYD AUSTRIACO/PIROSCAFO/CORITIA” to Triest.

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8042

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Graf Wurmbrand” ship. “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LXII” (type LB-62) on 5kr and on 2kr. on part of PPC in blue and black colour. This type of cancellation is normaly found in blue colour.

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8043

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Graf Wurmbrand” ship. PPC “Un saluto da Cattaro” fr. with 2kr. and cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LXII*4/11/98” (type LB-62) in blue colour, arr. “BRANA*7/11/98”. This type of cancellation is normaly found in blue colour.

PPC

70

8044

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Graf Wurmbrand” ship. Colour PPC “S.S. Graf Wurmbrand” fr. with 5h. in pair and cancelled with “GRAF WURMBRAND OE. LLOYD*19/12/01” (type LD-33) in black colour.

PPC

35

8045

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Habsburg” ship. 1pi/10kr. postal letter card and cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XLII*8/7/96” (type LB-42) in lilac colour.This type of cancel was issued to the “Messina” in 1891 but this vessel withdrawn from service in 1893 and the handstamp was issued to “Habsburg” in 1895.

PL

80

8046

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Habsburg” ship. 5kr. Austrian stamp cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XLII*27/8/98” (type LB-42) in blue-black colour.This type of cancel was issued to the “Messina” in 1891 but this vessel withdrawn from service in 1893 and the handstamp was issued to “Habsburg” in 1895.

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8047

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Helios” ship. 10pa/2kr. Austrian stamp cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XXVIII*?/2/94” (type LB-28) in blue colour.

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8048

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Helios” ship. 2x10l. orange and yellow-orange cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XXVIII” (type LB-28) in blue and green colour.

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8049

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Hungaria” ship. 25l. deep violet cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XXIX*6/12/93” (type LB-29) in blue colour. Superb.

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8050

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Hungaria” ship. 25l. light violet cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XXIX*4/10/99” (type LB-29) in blue colour.

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8051

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Imperator” ship. 1pi/10kr postal letter card with manuscript “On board the Lloyd Imperator/in sight of Corfu” and cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XXX*13/6/95” (type LB) in blue colour to Lavrio.

PL

100

8052

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. Probably “S/S Imperator” ship. 5kr. cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XXXII*17/1/98” (type LB-32) in blue colour.This type of canc. is thought tha between 1896-1900 was issued to “Imperator”. Until 1893 was used in “Iris” and then to “Juno” until 1896. In the earlies of 1900 was used in “Austria”.

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8053

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Iris” ship. 5kr. cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XXXI*?/11/94” (type LB-31) in blue colour.

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8054

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Juno” ship. Egyptian PPC fr. with 2m. and cancelled with “JUNO OE. LLOYD*(07)/5/28” (inverted date, type LD-41) in red colour. Tcilinghirian does not mention the use of this type in red nor in Egyptian stamps. Also mentioned that the “Juno” was withdrawn from servive in July 1906.

PPC

60

8055

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Jupiter” ship. 10kr and 20pa/10kr in pair cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XXXIV” (type LB-34) in black and blue colour.

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8056

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Leda” ship. 10l. red-orange in strip of 3 Small Hermes head (Hellas 75) cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XXXV*29/6/94” (type LB-35) in blue colour.

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8057

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Leda” ship. 5l. Fl.Mercury on fragment cancelled with “LEDA OE. LLOYD*8/8/07” (type LD-44) in black colour.

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8058

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Leopolis” ship. Printed “OESTERR. LLOYD/TRIEST” cover fr. with 10H. and cancelled with “LEOPOLIS OSTERR.LLOYDD*14 IV. 14” (type LF-13), arr. “CAIRO*17 V 14”.

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8059

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Linz” ship. 10ct in pair Bulgarian stamps cancelled with “LINZ OSTERR.LLOYDD*14 IX. 13” (type LF-14) in blue colour. The “Linz” was subsequently used as a war transport vesel and was sunk on 18/03/1918 off the Albanian coast.

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8060

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Linz” ship. Cover fr. with 25H stamp cancelled with “LINZ OSTERR. LLOYDD*15 VII. 14” (type LF-14) in lilac colour, arr. “CANDIA*22 VII 14”. The “Linz” was subsequently used as a war transport vesel and was sunk on 18/03/1918 off the Albanian coast.

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50

8061

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Maria Teresa”. 1pi/10kr postal letter card cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTIACO LXV*17/10/92” (type LB-65) in blue colour. This type of cancellation was used on the “Titania” before renamed to “Maria Teresa”. However ther is no record than the type (LB-65) was ever used on the “Maria Teresa”.

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20

8062

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Maria Teresa”. 1pi. Austrian levant cancelled with “MARIA TERESA OE LLOYD*3/8/04” (type LD-45) in purple colour. This type of cancellation was not recorded in this colour.

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8063

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Maria Teresa”. PPC “OSTERREICHISCHER LLOYD. D. MARIA TERESA” fr. with 5H. and cancelled with “MARIA TERESA OE LLOYD*24/9/11” (type LD-45) in red colour. Very scarce PPC.

PPC

130

8064

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Medea”. 20l. red Small Hermes head and cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRO-UNGARICO XXXVIII*2/1/91” (type LA-38) in blue colour. Such usage is scarce and not recorded by Tcilinghirian. The LA type was in use until 1891 when was replace by LB type.

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8065

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Medea”. 10kr. and 1pi. cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRO-UNGARICO XXXVIII” (type LB-38) in blue and black colour.

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8066

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Medea”. 20pa. Turkish and 25b. Romanian cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRO-UNGARICO XXXVIII” (type LB-38) in blue and black colour.

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8067

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Memfi”. 10l. yellow-orange in strip of 3 and cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XLI*3/7/93” (type LB-41) in green colour.

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8068

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Memfi”. 20pa/5kr in pair cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XLI*31/10/99” (type LB-41) in blue colour.

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8069

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Metcovich”. 5kr. cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LXXI*18/12/95” (type LB-71) in blue colour.

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8070

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Najade”. 2x5kr. cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XLIV” (type LB44) in blue colour.

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8071

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Narenta”. 1pi/10kr. in pair on fragment Austrian Levant cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRO-UNGARICO XLV*2/1/91” (type LA-45) in green-blue colour.

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8072

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Oreste”. 5kr. cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XLVIII*2/1/91” (type LB-48) in blue colour.

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8073

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Orion”. 25l. deep violet (Hellas 91) cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XLIX*7/4/96” (type LB-49) in blue colour. RR.

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8074

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Palacky”. Colour PPC fr. with 5H in pair and cancelled with “PALACKY OSTERR.LLOYD” (type LD) in mauve colour, arr. “ΑΜΑΡΟΥΣΙΟΝ*29 ΙΟΥΛ. 11”(type V).

PPC

60

8075

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Polluce”. 25l. deep violet (Hellas 91) cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LI*10/3/93” (type LB-51) in blue colour.

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8076

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Poseidon”. PPC “Bethlehem” fr. with 10kr and cancelled with “POSEIDON OE. LLOYD*27/7/02” (type LD-56), arr. “HAINBURG”. The earliest date of issue of this type was 19/09/1901 and the “Poseidon” withdrawn in Septembre 1903, which means that this handstamp was in use for a maximum 20 months.

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8077

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Praga”. Colour PPC “Corfu” fr. with 5H. and cancelled with “PRAGA OSTERR.LLOYD*2 VI 0?” to Munich. “Praga” had a short service life. Examples are scarce.

PPC

200

8078

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Prinz Hohenlohe “. PPC “OSTERREICHISCHER LLOYD.D.PRINZ HOHENLOHE” unused. This ship had a Government post office on board and used its own cancellations, so examples are Rare.

PPC

15

8079

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Psyche “. 5kr. Austrian cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRO-UNGARICO LIII*26/5/91” (type LA-53).

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8080

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Salzburg”. PPC “OSTERREICHISCHER LLOYD.D.SALZBURG” fr. with 10h. and cancelled with “SALZBURG OE.LLOYD*13/8/12” (type LD-57).

PPC

80

8081

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Saturno”. 25l. blue (Hellas 66) cancelled with “LLOYD AUSRTOUNGARICO LV*28/4/89” (type LA-55). RRR.

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8082

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Saturno”. Cover fr. with 1pi/10kr and cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LV” without date. The cover was passed to ship “SCILLA*PIROSCAFO POSTALE ITALIANO*17. FEB.97”, via “MONTCENIS A MACON*19 FEVR. 97” to Rochefort. It is quite uncommin for a letter to receive a second ship’s mark.

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8083

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Saturno”. 1pi/25H. cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LV*15/4/00” (type LB-55) in blue colour plus 1pi. in vertical pair on fragment cancelled with “SATURNO* OE.LLOYD” (type LD-58) in black colour.

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8084

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Selene”. 1pi/10kr. cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRO-UNGARICO LVI*11/5/89” (type LA-56) in black colour, usually this type of mark was in blue colour. R.

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8085

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Selene”. 20pa/5kr. + 1pi/10H. in pair + 1pi./25H. in pair cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LVI” (type LB-56) in lilac, blue and black colour.

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8086

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Selene”. Colour PPC fr. with 2kr. and cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LVI” (type LB-56) in blue colour. The letters “AU” from “AUSTRIACO” missing.

PPC

70

8087

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Selene”. PPC “S.M. Schiff,,Kr. E.H. Stephanie” fr. with 2kr. Hungarian and posted from “FIUME*98 JUL 3” and canc. with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LVI” (type LB-56) in light blue colour.

PPC

80

8088

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Selene”. 10H. Montenegro stamp with 11 1/2 perforation cancelled with “SELENE OE.LLOYD*12/11/03” (type LD-59) in light blue colour. Not recorded by Tchilinghirian.

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10

8089

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Semiramis”. 20pa/5kr. PS cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LXXIV*4/11/97” (type LB-74) in blue colour, arr. “LAUSANNE*7 XI 97”.

PS

50

8090

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Semiramis”. Colour PPC “An Bord des osterr. Lloyd-Dampfers Semiramis” fr. with 20pa./5kr. and cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LXXIV*29/3/00” (type LB-74) in blue colour, arr. “WIGOLTINGEN*31.III.00”.

PPC

80

8091

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Semiramis”. Colour PPC “D.SEMIRAMIS” fr. with 210H. and cancelled with “SEMIRAMIS OE.LLOYD*6/6/11” (type LD-60) in black colour, arr. “ALEXANDRIA-CAIRO/T.P.O./FOREIGN MAILS*12.VI.11”.

PPC

50

8092

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Silesia”. Colour PPC “Zara (Riva vecchia)” fr. with 5H. and cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XLVII-2/12/01” (type LB-47) in green colour, arr. “KLOBOUL b BUNN*4/12/01”.

PPC

50

8093

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Stambul”. Colour PPC “Trieste. Palazzo del Lloyd” fr. with 20pa. Austrian levant and cancelled with “STAMBUL OSTERR.LLOYD*20 VIII 12” (type LF-22) in black colour plus a VERY SCARCE “AUF. HOHER SEE/AN BORD/S.S STAMBUL*20 AUG. 1913”. No examples are recorded by Tchilinghirian.

PPC

450

8094

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Stephanie”. PPC “Un Saluto da Zara” fr. with 2kr. Austrian and cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XLVII*14/3/97” (type LB-47) in green colour. This type of canc. had been used un “Niobe” and after its withdrawn from service passed to “Stephanie”. The date shows that the cancel was used after the withdrawn of “Niobe”.

PPC

70

8095

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Stephanie”. Colour PPC “Spalato” fr. with 5H. Austrian and cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO XLVII*5/9/01” (type LB-47) in green colour, via “ZARA”, arr. “GRAZ”.

PPC

70

8096

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Sultan”. 5sld Lombardy Venetia canc. with blue oval “L(A)/SUL(TAN)” not mentioned in Tchilinghirian plus 5kr. on fragment canc. with blue oval “LLOYD AUSTRIACO/PIROSCAFO/ SULTAN”. RRRR.

o

190

8097

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Sultan”. PPC “SEBENICO” fr. with 2kr. and cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LVII*26/4/98” (type LB-58), arr. “KARLSBAD-STADT*20/4/98”.

PPC

50

8098

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Sultan”. PPC “Dudua.Sud-Dalmatien” fr. with 5H. and cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LVII*17/5/01” (type LB-58) in blue colour, arr. “GRAZ*19.5.01”.

PPC

70

8099

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Sultan”. 5kr. cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LVII” (type LB-58) in blue colour.

o

5

8100

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Sultan”. 5H. on large part of PPC cancelled with “SULTAN OE.LLOYD*8/3/02” (type LD-63) in black colour.

Δ

10

8101

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Tebe”. 10l. yellow-orange + 20l. grey-deep red (Hellas 124a+125e) on fragment cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LIX*21/2/00” (type LB-59) in blue colour. RRR.

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8102

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Thalia”. 25l. deep violet SHH cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LX” (type LB-60) in blue colour.

o

10

8103

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Thalia”. 1k. Rusian stamp cancelled with “THALIA OE.LLOYD” (type LD-65) in blue colour. RR.

o

20

8104

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Thalia”. Cover fr. with 10k. Russian stamp and cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LX*??/4/98”, arr. “CONSTANTINOPEL I*27.4.98”. On reverse canc. “COMPAGKIE DES MESSAGERIES MARITIMES/AGENCY BATOUM”

C

50

8105

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Thetis”. 5kr. printed cover cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTROUNGARICO LXI*15/3/91” (type LA-61) in blue colour, arr. “WIEN*17.3.91”. The Hungarian Government had discontinued its subvention as from 1st January 1891, so this cover shows late usage. RR.

C

80

8106

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Thetis”. 20pa/5kr. PS cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LXI*24/7/95” (type LB-61) in blue colour, arr. “BRAUNSCHWEIG*28/7.95”

PS

70

8107

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Thetis”. 5kr. cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LXI*29/8/97” (type LB-61) in blue colour.

o

5

8108

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Tirol”. Colour PPC “Jerusalem” fr. with 5c. Austrian Cretan post office and caelled with “(TIR)OL OE.LLOYD*16/8/10”, year inverted, (type LD-67).

PPC

60

8109

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Tritone”. 5kr. cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LXVI” (type LB-66) in blue colour.

o

10

8110

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Tritone”. 20l. grey-rose (Hellas 125d) cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LXVI*4/8/98” (type LB-66) in mauve colour.

o

40

8111

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Urano”. Cover fr. with 25H. and cancelled with “URANO OSTERR. LLOYD*8.VI. 13” (type LG-33), arr. “b CANDIA*12 VI. 13”.

C

50

8112

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Venus”. 1pi. Turkish stamp cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LXVIII” (type LB-68).

o

30

8113

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Venus”. 25H. on fragment cancelled with “VENUS OE. LLOYD*13/9/07 (type LD-70) in carmine colour.

o

30

8114

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Vesta”. 25l. deep violet cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LXIX*26/11/94” (type LB-69) in black colour.

o

30

8115

AUSTRIAN SHIPS POST MARKS. “S/S Vorwaerts”. 10pa/3kr. Austrian levant cancelled with “LLOYD AUSTRIACO LXX*15/5/94” (type LB-70) in blue colour.

o

10

8116

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 15sld. Lombardo-Veneto perf. 9 1/2 in pair cancelled with linear “PER DAMPFSCHIFF”. Very scarce.

o

250

8117

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 10k. red (michel 4) cancelled with blue oval “(BAS)IASCH”. Signed by J.H.STOLOV. RR.

o

250

8118

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 1866 EL fr. with 15kr. red perf. 12 and cancelled with “CALAFAT*17/X” to Brailla. Cerificate by A.Malt (1999).

EL

330

8119

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 1871 EL fr. with 10kr. red cancelled with “CALAFAT*2/V” to Brailla. Cerificate by A.Malt (1999).

EL

300

8120

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 1868 EL fr. with 10kr. green cancelled with “GALAZ*9/VII” to Brailla.

EL

200

8121

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 10kr. lilac (Michel 2) cancelled with “GALAZ*23/III”.

o

80

8122

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 10kr. green (Michel 3I) cancelled with “GALAZ*29/VIII”.

o

20

8123

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 10kr. red (Michel 4) cancelled with “GALAZ*27/III”.

o

20

8124

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 10kr. green (Michel 3I) cancelled with “GALAZ*16/?”.

o

40

8125

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 10kr. green (Michel 3I) cancelled with “D.D.S.G IBRAILA/PP”.

o

40

8126

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. EL fr. with 10kr. green (Michel 3I) and cancelled with blue oval “BRAILA*25/9” to Vidim.

EL

160

8127

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 10kr. green (Michel 3I) cancelled with blue oval “AGENTIE D.D.S.G.*LON PALANKA”.

o

30

8128

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 17kr. red with perf. 12 (Michel 1A) cancelled with blue “LOM PALANKA*10/IV” (date inverted).

ο

30

8129

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 10kr. green (Michel 3II) cancelled with blue “L(OM) (PALAN)KA”.

o

70

8130

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Cover fr. with 10kr. green (Michel 3I) cancelled with green oval “AGENTIE /D.D.S.G/LOM-PALANKA” to Rustchuk.

C

350

8131

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 10kr. green (Michel 3I) cancelled with blue oval “AGENTIE /D.D.S.G/NICOPOLI”.

o

80

8132

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 1869 EL fr. with 10kr. green (Michel 3I) and cancelled with blue oval “D.D.S.G/ODESSA*12/7” to Braila. The D.D.S.G office in Odessa closed in 1870 and EL such as this are rare. Fewer than 10 examples are known.

EL

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8133

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Cover fr. with 10kr. green (Michel 3I) and cancelled with blue oval “AGENTIE/D.D.S.G./OLTENITZA” to Braila. Certificate by Dr. Ulrich Ferchenbauer (2004).

C

560

8134

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 17kr. red (Michel 1A) cancelled with blue “OREAVA” and 10kr. green (Michel 3I) cancelled with boxed linear blue “OREAVA”.

o

60

8135

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 1872 EL fr. with 10kr. green (Michel 3I) and cancelled with blue “OREAVA*15/VI” to Orsova.

EL

180

8136

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 1868 cover fr. with 5kr red and posted from “PECS*19/9/68” with 4-line blue “SteinKohlen Haunl Verschleiss/DER ERSTEN K.K. PRIV/DONAU DAMPFSCHIFFAHRT GESELLSCHAFT/FUNFKIRCHEN”, arr. “TRIEST*21/9”.

C

120

8137

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Cover fr. with 17kr red cancelled with “D.D.G.S. PIQUET” (D.D.G.S instead of D.D.S.G.) with blue oval “N.T. Popp & Co./Piquet”, arr. “GALATZ”.

C

130

8138

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Cover fr. with 10kr green cancelled with “D.D.G.S. PIQUET” (D.D.G.S instead of D.D.S.G.) to Braila.

C

200

8139

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 10kr green cancelled with oval “D.D.S.G. AGENTIE RADUJEVAZ” in blue colour. RRR.

o

100

8140

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 17kr red cancelled with “RUSTZUK*20/II” in blue colour.

o

20

8141

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 10pa Ottoman Fiscal cancelled with oval “D.D.S.G. AGENTIE RUSTZUK” in blue colour. RRR.

o

150

8142

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 1866 cover fr. with 17kr. red and cancelled with “RUSTZUK*8/X” in blue colour, arr. “GALATZ”. Certificate by Dr. Ulrich Ferchenbauer (1988).

C

300

8143

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 1867 EL fr. with 17kr. red and cancelled with “RUSTZUK*21/VIII” in blue colour to Nicopoli. Certificate by Dr. Ulrich Ferchenbauer (1988).

EL

110

8144

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 1873 cover fr. with 10kr. green and cancelled with “RUSTZUK*9/ IV” in blue colour, arr. “GALATI*15 APR. 73”.

C

180

8145

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 10kr. green and cancelled with “AGENTIE D.1.K.K.PR.DONAU DAMPFSCHIFFAHRT SILISTRIA” in blue colour.

o

30

8146

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Cover fr. with 10kr. green and cancelled with “AGENTIE D.1.K.K.PR.DONAU DAMPFSCHIFFAHRT SILISTRIA” in green colour to Rustzuk.

C

80

8147

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Cover fr. with 10kr. green and cancelled with very faint “SILISTRIA”. The stamp cancelled also with the arrival post mark “GALATZ”.

C

80

8148

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. “Sistov”. Cover fr. with 17kr. red and cancelled with “24/7” (Sistov), arr. “GALATZ*28/VII”.

C

190

8149

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. “Sistov”. Cover fr. with 17kr. red and cancelled with “7/8” (Sistov), arr. “GALATZ*8/VIII”.

C

130

8150

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 1869 EL fr. with 10kr. green and cancelled with “8/5” and blue oval “AGENTIE D.D.S.G. SISTOV” to Orsova.

EL

70

8151

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Probably “Sistov”. EL fr. with 10kr. green and cancelled with “28/7” in blue colour with manuscript “Rustzuk”.

EL

75

8152

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Front cover fr. with 10kr. green and cancelled with “SISTOV*22/ XI” and “ALT-ORSOVA*24 ?? 1871”.

C

50

8153

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Cover fr. with 10kr. green and cancelled with “SISTOV*2/XII” in green colour to Galati.

C

200

8154

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 10kr. green cancelled with “AGENTIE D.D.S.G. 13/V TULCIA” in blue colour.

o

30

8155

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 10kr. lilac cancelled with “TULCIA*26/V” in black colour.

o

50

8156

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 1867 cover fr. with 17kr. red with perf. 12 and cancelled with blue oval “AGENTIE D.D.S.G. T.MAGURELLE”, via “ALT-ORSOVA*22/8 1867”, arr. “WIEN*25 VIII”.

C

235

8157

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Cover fr. with 17kr. red with perf. 12 and cancelled with blue oval “AGENTIE D.D.S.G. WIDDIN” and blue “30/5” to Braila.

C

85

8158

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 10kr. lilac cancelled with blue oval “AGENTIE D.D.S.G. WIDDIN” in blue colour.

o

20

8159

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 10kr. green cancelled with blue oval “AGENTIE D.D.S.G. WIDDIN” in blue colour.

o

10

8160

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 17kr. red on fragment cancelled with blue oval “AGENTIE D.D.S.G. WIDDIN” in blue colour.

Δ

20

8161

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Bill of Landing cancelled with blue oval “BROOD 4”, blue “3/3” and blue oval “DONAU-DAMPFSCIFF/SPEDITION/WIEN” to Wien.

DOC

17

8162

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Real photo of “Belgrad” ship with “D.D.S.G.” flag.

PPC

10

8163

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. PPC “D.D.S.G. Postdampfer “Szechenyi” D.G.H.T. Postahaju.” fr. with 5F. Magyar kir Posta and cancelled with “BUDAPEST*906 AUG. 30” to Vamberk.

PPC

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8164

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. 10kr. lilac cancelled with blue oval “ZRINYI 219”.

o

150

8165

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Cover addressed to the Head office of the DDSG in Vienna fr. with 25 bani Romanian and cancelled with a decorative ship-mark “SULINA-TULCEA*?? OCT 1900”, via “GALATI*18 OCT. 00”, arr. “WIEN*22.10.00”.

C

100

8166

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Bill of Landing cancelled with “D.D.S.G. PANSCOVA*26 VII 04”.

DOC

70

8167

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Bill of Landing fr. with 2F. Hungarian Fiscal and cancelled with “mauve ZIMONY*5.X.1913” ,arr. “D.D.S.G. PANSCOVA*13/X/13”.

DOC

30

8168

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Trip report fr. with 5H. in imperforated pair and cancelled with “SARMINGSTEIN*8.II.20” to Wien.

PS

10

8169

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Trip report fr. with 3H + 5H. imperforated and cancelled with “MATHAUSEN*26.11.1926” to Wien.

PS

5

8170

DANUBE STEAM NAVIGATION CO. DDSG. Commemorative PPC “100th anniversary of the Regular Service of D.D.S.G.” fr. with 12g. commemorative stamp and cancelled with “flag” mark “1837/D.D.S.G./1937” and SCHIFFSPOST HABSBURG*26.VI.37”.

PPC

5

8171

Triest-Alexandria Express Line, Firs Government Operated Post: Canc. “SCHIFFSAMT No1/Triest”, “SCHIFFSAMT No1/Corfu” and “SCHIFFSAMT No2/Corfu” on Austrian, Lombardo-Venetto and Austrian Levant stamps. RRRR.

o

400

8172

Oval canc. “AGENZIA PRIMARIA DEL LLOYD AUSTRIACO*PIREO” on 20l. Small Hermes head (3rd Period). R.

o

45

8173

Double oval canc. “AGENZIA DEL LLOYD AUSTRO-UNGARICO*RETIMO” on Ottoman fiscal. This type is recorded as being used during the 1870’s and the 1880’s.

o

180

8174

Boxed “AGENZIA DEL LLOYD AUSTRIACO/SH QUARANTA” on Ottoman fiscal. Canc. not recorded by Tchilinghirian. Rare.

o

70

8175

Double oval canc. “AGENZIA DEL LLOYD AUSTRIACO/SH QUARANTA” on Ottoman fiscal. Canc. not recorded by Tchilinghirian. Rare.

o

70

8176

Oval cachet “AGENZIA DEL LLOYD AUSTRIACO*SIRA” on 3X5l. Small Hermes Heads on fragment. Superb and very rare strike.

o

280

8177

Cachet “LLOYD AUSTRIACO/3 DIC 1900/AGENZIA di SIRA” on 25l. Small Hermes Head (3rd period). Scarce.

o

80

8178

Cachet “LLOYD AUSTRIACO/25 NOV.../AGENZIA di SIRA” on 25l. Small Hermes Head (3rd period). Scarce.

o

60

8179

Canc. “LLOYD AGENZIE VARNA” used between 1864 and 1878 and “VARNA LLOYD” used between 1878 and 1884 on Austrian stamps.

o

65

8180

Cover posted from “ADRIANOPLE*5.2.(74)” and arr. to “LA ROCHELLA*25.FEVR.74” fr. with 2x10sld. and 15 sld (SG 4+5). Cancelled with two strikes of the type “947” ornamental canceller.

C

70

8181

Cover posted from “ADRIANOPLE*8.DEC.81” via “CONSTANTINOPLE” (type 392) and arr. “ST. DOMAIN*17. DEC.81”. Franked with 10sld. (SG 4).

C

50

8182

PPC posted from “ADRIANOPLE*25.FEB.05” and arr. to “VERSAILLES”. Franked with 20pa. (SG 51) and cancelled with type “950” cancellation.

PPC

30

8183

EL posted from “ALEXANDRIA*27.MAR.66” and arr. to “LLOYD AGENZIE/CONSTANTINOPOLI*1.APR.66”. Franked with 5sld. and 10sld (SG 34/35) cancelled with a type 5 (II).

EL

300

8184

EL posted from “ALEXANDRIEN*29.8.75” and arr. to “TRIEST*5.SEP.75”. Franked with 5sld. and 15sld. (SG 3+5), cancelled with fine type.

EL

350

8185

Front part of EL to “GENOA” via “BRINDISI” and fr. with 3sld. and 2x10sld.

EL

20

8186

Cover posted from “BEIRUT*24.APR.89” via Port Said and arr. to “MARKNEUKIRCHEN*4.5.89”. Franked with 2x5Kr. (SG 72), cancelled with “1” within three concentric circles, added with mark “T” and blue crayon “20”. Also two “0” for cancelling the stamps.

C

400

8187

Registered cover posted from “BEIRUT OESTERREICHISCHE POST*15.APR.96” via “ALEXANDRIA”, “SUEZ”, “COLOMBO” and “MELBOURNE” to arr. at “RICHMOND*21.MAY.96”. Franked with bl.6 and bl.4 of 8pa. (SG 27).

C

280

8188

A certificate of posting a letter from “BEIRUT” to “ROME”.

PS

10

8189

PPC of Damascus posted from “BEIRUT*8.APR.07”.

PPC

15

8190

PPC posted from “BEIRUT” to “HOLLAND” and franked with 10pa. (SG 60).

PPC

8

8191

Cover posted from “BEIRUT*13.DEC.09” and arr. “ALEXANDRIA” franked with 1pi. (SG 64).

C

15

8192

EL posted from “BELGRAD*11.JUN.61” and arr. “GRAZ”. Also with linear canc. “RECOM.” (type 666) and linear “FRANCO”.

EL

150

8193

EL posted from “BELGRAD*6.AUG.68” and arr. “TRIEST”. Franked with 5kr. and cancelled with type “664”.

EL

150

8194

Fragment posted from “IBRAILA” to “ΚΕΡΚΥΡΑ*9.ΙΑΝ.68”. Franked with 5l. + 2x20l. + 40l. (Hellas 17c+19a+20Ib).

Δ

20

8195

EL posted from “BUKAREST*24.JAN.60” and arr. “RUSTCHUK”. Linear canc. “FRANCO”.

EL

10

8196

EL posted from BUKAREST*4.FEB.61” to “PARIS” with a manuscript “10”.

EL

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8197

Cover posted from “BUCAREST*1.OCT.64” via “WIEN” to “PARIS”. Franked with 10sld. and 2x15sld. (SG 35/36). Also with “P.D”.

8198

PPC posted from “CAIFA*20.XI.06” and fr. with 20pa. (SG 51).

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C

200

PPC

OFFER

8199

2 Covers posted from “CAIFA” to “LONDON”.

C

18

8200

EL posted from”CANDIA*29.MAR.69” and arr. to “ΣΥΡΟΣ*19.ΜΑΡΤ.69”. Franked with 20 sld. (SG 4) and pair of 10l. (Hellas 26a).

EL

180

8201

Carte postale posted from “CANDIA*23.DEC.09” and cancelled with type “547”.

PS

20

8202

EL posted from “CANEA*26.JULY.80” and arr. to “MARSEILLE*4.AOUT.80”. Franked with 10sld. cancelled with type “534”.

EL

70

8203

EL posted from “CANEA*30.AUG.80” and arr. “MARSEILLE”. Franked with 10sld. blue. Additionally there is a fine boxed “PIROSCAFI/POSTALI/ITALIANI”.

EL

70

8204

PPC of preprinted 20pa/5k. posted from “CANEA IR SPEDIZIONE POSTALE*31.JUL.98” and arr. to “MUENCHER”.

PPC

30

8205

Cover posted from “CANEA IR SPEDIZIONE POSTALE*13.11.99” and arr. to “KORSOR”. Franked with 1pi./10k.

C

60

8206

PPC posted from “CANEA IR SPEDIZIONE POSTALE*10.(10).99” and arr. to “WIEN*18.10.99”. Franked with 20pa/5k.

PPC

25

8207

PPC with preprinted 10cen./10k. and posted from “CANEA OESTERREICHISCHE POST*11.6.03”and arr. “SALONIQUE TURQUIE”.

PPC

12

8208

PPC posted from “CAVALLA OESTERREICHISCHE POST*4.6.06” and arr. “GENEVE*8.6.06”. Franked with 10cen. cancelled with type “637”.

PPC

20

8209

EL posted from “SCIO-CESME” (type 560) and arr. to “ΣΥΡΟΣ”. Franked with 10sld. blue and 20l. blue.

EL

100

8210

EL posted from “CESME” and arr. to “ΣΥΡΑ*3.ΦΕΒΡ.74”. Franked with 10sld. and 40l. Large Hermes Head.

EL

100

8211

PPC posted from “SCIO OESTERREICHISHE POST*4.JUN.04” and arr. to “GALATI”. Franked with a pair of 10pa.

PPC

10

8212

Cover posted from “SCIO OESTERREICHISHE POST*17.APR.12” and arr. to “LONDON”. Franked with 1pi. blue.

C

15

8213

Cover posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL*2.JAN.54” and arr. to “PLYMOUTH” (yellow canc.).

C

20

8214

Cover posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL*2.FEB.54” via “WIEN” and arr. to “PLYMOUTH”.

C

18

8215

EL posted from CONSTANTINOPEL*8.8.64” via “WIEN” and arr. to “LONDON”.

EL

25

8216

EL posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL*10.3.65” and arr. to “LONDON”.

EL

15

8217

EL posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL*18.6.69” and arr. to “PARIS”.

EL

18

8218

Cover posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL*6.1.82” and arr. to “BRUXELLES*11.JAN.82”. Franked with 10sld. blue.

C

15

8219

PPC posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL OESTERREICHISHE POST*30.AUG.99” and arr. to “VENEZIA”. Franked with 20pa.

PPC

10

8220

# PPC of the cancellar type “397” (17.DE.1890), used as a receiving mark on incoming mail from Sophia and type “400” mark similarly (30.July.1904 also ex. Bulgaria and 7.Feb.1905).

PPC

12

8221

PPC preprinted 20pa./5k. from “CONSTANTINOPEL OSTERREICHISHE POST*10.2.92” and arr. to “WIEN”.

PPC

10

8222

COver posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL OSTERREICHISHE POST*12.8.93” and arr. to “TREBISONDA*16.8.93”. Franked with 1pi.

C

15

8223

PPC posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL III OSTERREICHISHE POST*13.1.00” and arr. to “BIRMINCHAM*18. JA.00”. Franked with 20pa.

PPC

10

8224

PPC with preprinted 20pa. posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL II OESTERREICHISHE POST*24.1.?” to London.

PPC

OFFER

8225

PPC posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL II OESTERREICHISHE POST*18.2.02”. Franked with 10pa.

PPC

OFFER

8226

Two PPC posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL OESTERREICHISHE POST” to England.

PPC

OFFER

8227

PPC posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL OESTERREICHISHE POST” to England and fr. with 10pa.

PPC

OFFER

8228

PPC posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL OESTERREICHISHE POST” and arr. to “MANCHESTER”. Franked with 20pa.

PPC

OFFER

8229

PPC posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL OESTERREICHISHE POST” to England and fr. with 5cen.

PPC

OFFER

8230

PPC posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL II OESTERREICHISHE POST*31.5.04” to “MEULAN” and fr. with 10pa.

PPC

OFFER

8231

Preprinted letter card posted to “CONSTANTINOPEL I OESTERREICHISHE POST*19.12.04” with one line canc. “PORTO PIASTER PARA”. Franked with 2x1pi. RRR.

Card

250

8232

Registered express letter posted from “PECS” and arr. to “CONSTANTINOPEL OSTERR. POST*18.11.08”. Franked with 10fil. and 2x35fil.

Let.

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8233

PPC posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL OESTERREICHISHE POST*22.DEC.13” and arr. to “RIGA*13. XII.1918”. Franked with 20pa.

8234

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PPC

15

Parcel cards from “MARSCHENDORF I*22.NOV.15” and “STRAKONITZ*22.MAY.15”.

Cards

OFFER

8235

Parcel card posted from “ZABLOCIE*22.JAN.16” to Istanbul.

Card

OFFER

8236

Parcel card posted from “PRAGUE*21.2.18” to Istanbul.

Card

OFFER

8237

Triple ring Dumb canceller. It was in use at Constantinople and it was applied dump canceller to uncancelled Austria Levant mail arriving or passing through the Austrian post office at Constantinople in the mid 1890’s.

o

50

8238

Triple ring Dumb canceller. It was still in use in the mid of 1900’s and it is appeared here on 25l. Greek “1906 Olympic Games” stamp which also carries part of the type “116” boxed “LETTERE ARIVATE / PER MARE”.

o

50

8239

10 sld. in horizontal pair on fragment cancelled with “CORFU*5.3.?”. AUSTRIAN LLOYD TRANSIT POST OFFICE”. RRR.

o

150

8240

AUSTRIAN LLOYD TRANSIT POST OFFICE. “CORFU*2.2.?” on 10kr. blue. RRR.

o

220

8241

PPC posted from “DARDANELLEN OESTERREICHISHE POST*25.DEC.02” and arr. to “SUEZ”. Franked with 10pa.

PPC

12

8242

PPC with preprinted 20pa. posted from “DARDANELLEN OESTERREICHISHE POST” to Suez.

PPC

12

8243

PPC posted to “DEDE-AGATSCH OESTERREICHISHE POST*14.DEC.09” via “SALONICH I”. Franked with 2cen. + 4cen.

PPC

30

8244

PPC posted to “DEDE-AGATSCH OESTERREICHISHE POST”. Franked with 10pa.

PPC

25

8245

PPC posted from “DURAZZO OESTERR. POST*11.IV.14” (type 479) and arr. to “LA HAVRE*16.4.14”. Franked with 20pa. Austrian Levant.

PPC

25

8246

EL posted from “FILIPOPOLI*5.8” and arr. to “WIEN”. Franked with 15 sld. (SG 5).

EL

70

8247

Registered cover franked with 20sld. (SG 18) and cancelled with “FILIPPOPEL*3.4.86” (type 394). On the reverse carries “CONSTANTINOPEL*6.4.86” (type 394).

C

300

8248

EL posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL*1.2” via “BUKAREST” to Galatz. Line cancellation “FRANCO” (type 746).

EL

30

8249

EL posted from “MARSEILLE*8.MAY.60”. On reverse PARIS RAILWAY T.P.O. mark of “9.MAY.60” and arr. cancellation “GALATZ*17.5” (type 743). Also red manuscript charge mark “80”.

EL

30

8250

EL posted from “GALATZ*18.5” via “WIEN” and arr. to “MARSEILLE*27.MAI.61”. Manuscript “10” to be paid by addressee.

EL

30

8251

EL posted from “GALATZ*3.1” and arr. to “CONSTANTINOPEL*21.1” (both canc. in blue color). One line blue canc. “FRANCO”.

EL

30

8252

EL posted from “GALATZ*22.6” via “WIEN” and arr. to “PARIS*24.JUIN.61”.

EL

20

8253

Commercial letter posted from “ALBONA*11.JUNE.1825” to Trieste.

Let.

20

8254

EL posted from “MANCHESTER*22.FE.1854” with a “PAID” canc. of “LONDON”. Arrived to Constantinopel via Wien.

EL

10

8255

1914 PPC franked with 20pa. and cancelled with “SCUTARI in ALBANIEN OSTERR. POST*24.01.14” (type 501).

PPC

18

8256

1854 cover posted from “SMIRNE*25. 1” via Triest and arrived “plymouth*8 FE. 54”.

EL

20

8257

1866 part of cover franked with 2x15sld. & 5sld. posted from “SMIRNE*2 11” via London to Manchester.

EL

30

8258

1868 EL posted from “SMIRNE*8. 2” and arrived “TRIEST*11.2”.

EL

20

8259

1871 EL franked with 2x10sld and 3sld, posted from “SMIRNE*14.1.71” via Brindisi and arrived “GENOVA*19 GEN. 71”.

EL

150

8260

1872 part of cover franked with 30cen. & 40cen. posted from “SMIRNE*24.9.72” via Brintesi to Milano.

Δ

10

8261

1874 part of cover franked with 3sld. & 2x10sld., posted from “SMIRNA*15.8.74” to London.

Δ

OFFER

8262

1897 cover franked with 1pi./10kr. and posted from “SMYRNA*24.12.97” to Stuttgart.

C

OFFER

8263

1896 PS posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL*11.3.96” and arrived “WIEN*14.3.96”.

PS

OFFER

8264

1899 PPC franked with 25pi./5kr., posted from “SMYRNA OESTERREICHISCH*24.10.99” and arrived “MEERSEN*29 ΟCT. 99”.

PPC

OFFER

8265

1904 PS posted from “SMYRNAI OESTERREICHSCHE POST*25. 3. 04” and arrived to Wien.

PS

OFFER

8266

5sld. & 15sld. Austrian Levant on fragment cancelled with “SOFIA*1/1” (type 864). Certificate by Ferchenbauer.

Δ

20

8267

6 stamps of Austrian Levant with cancellations applied in violet were used on packages containing comercial samples of dried figs and raisins exported to Europe.

o

OFFER

8268

1829 EL with doxed “SPALATO” posted from Split to Trieste.

EL

10

8269

1872 EL franked with 15sld. and posted from “SMYRNA*7/4” (type 839) and arrived “POZSONY*16 4”.

EL

250

8270

1874 EL franked with 3x5sld posted from “TREBIZONDA*4/6” via Constantinople and Wien, arrived “TRIEST*15/6”.

EL

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8271

1895 EL franked with 5sld. & 10sld., posted from “TRAPESONDA*4/3” to via Constantinopel and arrived to “TRIEST”.

EL

250

8272

1890 PS posted from “TRAPESONDA*12/2” (type 984) and arrived to “LIEGE”.

PS

25

8273

1894 PS posted from “TRAPESONDA” (type 984) and arrived Wien.

8274

1896 PS posted from “TRAPESONDA*23/1” (type 984) and arrived “STUTTGART*2/2”.

8275

PS

25

PPC

25

1895 cover franked with 3x1pi./10kr. Posted from “TRABISONDA*15/11” via New York & Bath and arrived “BUFFALO N.Y. REC’D*30 NOV. 95”.Certificate by Hochleutner.

C

60

8276

1899 cover franked with 1pi/10kr., posted from “TRABISONDA OESTERREICHISCHE POST*31/1/99” to Tauris.

C

10

8277

1903 cover franked with 1pi./25h. Austrian Levant. Posted from “TRAPEZUNT OESTERREICHISCH POST*5.10.03” and arrived “ZURICH*13.X.03”.

C

OFFER

8278

1906 PPC franked with 20pa., posted from “TRAPEZUNT OESTERREICHISCH POST*17.6.08” and arrived Vienne.

PPC

8

8279

1906 PPC posted from “TRAPEZUNT OESTERREICHISCH POST*16.2.06” and arrived “BRAUNANOELBERG”.

PPC

10

8280

1906 PS posted from “TRAPEZUNT OESTERREICHISCH POST*16.2.06” and arrived “PARIS R. MONTAIGNE”.

PS

10

8281

Canc. “TRIPOLIS (SYRIEN) OSTERREICHISCHE POST” on 20pa. According Tranmer, no examples of the type L cancellation were known on Austrian Levant.

o

8

8282

1911 registered cover franked with 1pi. in strip of 3 and posted from “TRIPOLIS (SYRIEN) OSTERR. POST*15.1.11” and arrived “BEIRUT OESTERR. POST*15.1.11”. Registered covers from this office are very rare.

C

280

8283

1904 PPC franked with 20pa. posted from “SALONICH U OSTERR. POST*21.X.04” and arrived “TRIEST”. Certificate by Hochleutner.

PPC

150

8284

1876 EL franked with 5sld in horizontal pair and posted from “VALONA*12.3” (type 483) and arrived “TRIEST*13.3”.

PPC

300

8285

1909 cover franked with 10pa. and posted from “VALONA OESTERREICHISCHE POST*4.1.09” to Egypte.

C

10

8286

1910 PS posted from “VATHY OSTERR. POST*29.1.10” to Germany.

PS

8

8287

1910 PS posted from “VALONA OESTERREICHISCHE POST*30.1.10” to Suisse.

PS

20

8288

1911 PPC posted from “VATHY OSTERR POST*24.6.11” to Suisse.

PPC

25

8289

1869 EL franked with 10sld and posted from “WIDDIN*15.5.69” (type 896) to Belgrad.

EL

250

8290

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. THE BLACK SEA LINES. “Varna”. Small collection on 2 exhibition pages, bearing 24 Auctrian stamps and cancelled with 3 different types of “Varna”: Linear “VIA VARNA”, boxed “LETTERE ARRIVATE PER MARE VARNA” and boxed “LETTERE ARRIVATE PER MARE”.

o

200

8291

Cover fr. with 25st. and posted from “VARNA*2? VII 86”, arr. “CONSTANTINOPEL*26/7/86”. It is interesting to note that the letter was delivered to the Austrian post office in Constantinople.

C

77

8292

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. THE BLACK SEA LINES. 1872 unstammped cover to Machenster with manuscript “Via Varna” and boxed “LETTERE ARRIVATE PER MARE VARNA* 17/7/1872”, arr. “MANCHESTER*JY 23 1872”.

C

55

8293

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. THE BLACK SEA LINES. 1874 unstamped cover to Machenster with manuscript “Via Varna”, boxed “UNFRANKIRT” and boxed “LETTERE ARRIVATE PER MARE VARNA* 2/5/74”, arr. “MANCHESTER*8 MY 74”.

C

100

8294

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. THE BLACK SEA LINES. 1888 10l. blue-grey Large Hermes head PS dated “Athens 16 MAy 1888” with boxed “LETTEREARRIVATE PER MARE”, arr. “BAUTZEN”.

PS

140

8295

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. THE BLACK SEA LINES. 1910 printed matter dated “Εν Βάρνη 14 Ιανουρ 1910” (Varna 14/01/1910) fr. with 5St. Bulgarian cancelled with boxed “LETTERE ARRIVATE PER MARE” to Vathy.

DOC

95

8296

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. THE BLACK SEA LINES. “Varna”. 15sld with part of linear “VIA VARNA” and boxed “INSUFFISAMENT/AFFRANCHIE” plus 50sld. with linear “VIA VARNA” and red boxed “PD”.

o

25

8297

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. ISTRIAN AND DALMATIAN LINES. Cover fr. with 5kr. and cancelled with 2-line “TRIESTE/ COL VAPORE”, via “ZARA*29/11”, arr. “SEBENICO*30/11”.

C

105

8298

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. ISTRIAN AND DALMATIAN LINES. Cover fr. with 5kr. and cancelled with 2-line “LETTA ARRTA/PER MARE”, via “ZADAR*7/11 IX 99”, arr. “MOSTAR*8 11 99”.

C

40

8299

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. ISTRIAN AND DALMATIAN LINES. PPC “Cattaro” fr. with 10H. and cancelled with 2-line “LETTA ARRTA/PER MARE”, via “ALEXANDRIA*4 III 01”, arr. “PORT-SAID*4 III. 01”.

PPC

50

8300

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. MEDITERRANEAN LINES. 2sld 1863 issue cancelled with oval “COL VAPORE DA SMIRNE”. Certificate by Guido Oliva (1976).

ο

125

8301

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. MEDITERRANEAN LINES. 5sld. cancelled with oval “COL VAPORE DA SMIRNE”.

o

100

8302

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. MEDITERRANEAN LINES. 5sld. in pair cancelled with very nice oval”COL VAPORE DA SMIRNE”.

o

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8303

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. MEDITERRANEAN LINES. 5sld. + 15sld. cancelled with very nice oval”COL VAPORE DA SMIRNE”.

8304

o

50

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. MEDITERRANEAN LINES. Colour PPC “Trieste” written on board the “S.S. Lynfield” fr. with 10H with perfin and cancelled with “TRIESTE 1*3 IX 10”.

PPC

5

8305

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. TRIESTE-ALEXANDRIA EXPRESS LINE. Colour PPC “ALEXANDRIE” fr. with 5H. and cancelled with blue ship mark “ALEXANDRIEN-TRIEST*2.I.13”. RRR.

PPC

180

8306

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. TRIESTE-ALEXANDRIA EXPRESS LINE. Colour PPC “ALEXANDRIE” fr. with 10H. and cancelled with black ship mark “ALEXANDRIEN-TRIEST*1.I.14”, arr. “CHAMBELLAY*6 I 14”.

PPC

140

8307

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN POST OFFICE IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. 20pa/10H. PS cancelled with “I.R.SPED.POST.PRESSO LLOYD SMYRNE*28/10/01”

PS

15

8308

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. AUSTRIAN POST OFFICE IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. 2 PPC fr. with 10pa/5H, 1 with a pair and the other with a single, cancelled with “SMYRNA II”.

PPC

15

8309

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. AUSTRIAN POST OFFICE IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. Cover with manuscript “Col Vapore Austriaco”, linear “ANCONA”, oval “LLOYD AUSTRIACO AGENZIA/ANCONA” and oval “ΥΠΕΡΘΑΛΑΣΣΙΟΝ”, via “ΠΑΤΡΑΙ*9 ΙΟΥΛΙ. 1844”, arr. “ΝΑΥΠΛΙΟΝ”.

C

60

8310

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. AUSTRIAN POST OFFICE IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. 10pa/3kr. in bl.4 cancelled with mauve oval “AGENZIA DEL LLOYD*AUSTRIACO/CESME”.

o

50

8311

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. AUSTRIAN POST OFFICE IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. Cover fr. with 3sld. + 15sld. Lombardo-Veneto + 10sld. Austrian levant and cancelled with “LLOYD AGENZIE CONSTANTINOPOLI*29/7” with boxed “PIROSCAFI POSTALI ITALIANI” and orange linear “PD”, via “BRINDISI” to Livorno.

C

115

8312

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. AUSTRIAN POST OFFICE IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. Cover fr. with 3sld. + 5sld. + 15sld. 1867 coarse print and cancelled with “LLOYD AGENZIE CONSTANTINOPOLI*8/2” with linear “PD”, via “BRINDISI*12 FEB. 73”, “GENOVA*14 FEB. 73”.

C

190

8313

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. AUSTRIAN POST OFFICE IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. Cover fr. with 3sld. + 10sld. in pair and cancelled with “LLOYD AGENZIE CONSTANTINOPOLI*11/2” with linear “PD”, via “VARNA*14 2 74” and “AMBTE CORMONS VENEZIA*20 FEB. 74”, arr. “LIVORNO*20 FEB. 74”.

C

60

8314

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. AUSTRIAN POST OFFICE IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. Cover fr. with 10sld. and cancelled with “CONSTANTINOPEL LLOYD*30/11/82” to Chio.

C

60

8315

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. AUSTRIAN POST OFFICE IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. EL cancelled with black oval “AGENZIA DEL LLOYD AUSTRIACO*Smirne”, arr. “ΣΥΡΑ*4 ΜΑΙΟΣ. 1847”.

EL

65

8316

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. AUSTRIAN POST OFFICE IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. Cover cancelled with “LLOYD AGENZIA SMIRNE*2/12” to Constantinopoli. On reverse canc. “LLOYD AGENZIA ???*5/12”.

C

30

8317

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. AUSTRIAN POST OFFICE IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. Cover fr. with 10sld. and cancelled with “SPEO.POST.PRESSO LLOYD/SMIRNE*20/8/79” with boxed “PIROSCAFI POSTALI ITALIANI”, via “BRINDISI*24 8 79”, arr. “SOLOFRA”.

C

100

8318

AUSTRIAN LLOYD. AUSTRIO-HUNGARIAN POST OFFICE IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE.Printed 10sld. cover cancelled with “LLOYD AGENZIE VARNA*20/7”, arr. “LLOYS AGENZIE CONSTANTINOPOLI*24/7”.

C

200

8319

EL fr. with 2X10sld+2X5sld Venetto-Lombardo (SG 34/35) canc. “JANINA*2/4” (type 509), arr. “CONSTANTINOPEL*9/4” (type 386).

EL

350

8320

EL posted from “JASSY*11/10” (type 757) in blue (very rare). The letter travelled by train to “LEMBURG” and “KRAKAU*15/10”, entry cachet “AUTRICHE*18.OCT.61”, arr. “PARIS POSTE RESTANTE*18.OCT.61”.

EL

50

8321

Austrian Levant postal card print 20pa/5kr canc. “JERUSALEM*11.AP.92”, via “ALEXANDRIA*14.AP.92” to London.

PS

OFFER

8322

Cover (opened & reduced) fr. with 1pi./10kr Austr. Levant stamp canc. “JERUSALEM OESTERREICHISCHE POST”, via “LONDON*18.JA.96”, arr. “JOHANNESBURG*7.FEB.96”. Addressee not founf, thus returnerd to sender with “Officially Sealed” label, “ONAFGEHAALDE BRIEVEN DEPT*27.APR.96” and “RETURNED LETTER OFFICE CAPETOWN*4.MY.96”, boxed “Non reclame/Not called For”, linear “RETOUR” and “ONAFGEHAALD”, arr. back “JERUSALEM*3.7.96”. Amazing orig/destin. cover.

C

240

8323

Cover fr. with 1pi./10kr Austrian levant canc. “JERUSALEM OESTERREICHISCHE POST*2.NO.96”, via “STIRLING*12.NO.96”, arr. “ALLOA*12.NO.96”.

C

25

8324

Canc. “JERUSALEM OESTERREICHISCHE POST*15/9/02” on Austrian 10h. stamp. This example must have been “per favour” or at any rate exceptional, as after 1850, Austrian stamps were not valid fro use in the P.O’s abroad. Uncommon.

o

10

8325

Austrian Levant postal card print 20pa/5h canc. “JERUSALEM OESTERREICHISCHE POST”, via “PORT SAID*22.IX.97”, arr. “FOO CHOW*26.OC.97” (China). Rare destination. Creased vertically.

PS

15

8326

Coloured PPC fr. with 20pa/5kr canc. “JERUSALEM OESTERREICHISCHE POST*31.10.98”. The visit of Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany on this date was commemorated by the use of the type “K” canceller in violet.

PS

OFFER

8327

Wrapper fr. with 10pa./3kr (SG 28) canc. “JERUSALEM OESTERREICHISCHE POST*19.12.98” (type “K”) to Nuremburg.

W

10

8328

Coloured PPC fr. with 20pa/5h canc. “JERUSALEM OESTERREICHISCHE POST*25/12/99” in lilac, arr. “WIEN*3.1.00”.

PPC

30

8329

Early PPC fr. with 5c (Crete issue) canc. “JERUSALEM OESTERREICHISCHE POST*15/12/03” to England.

PPC

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8330

Early “JERUSALEM” PPC fr. with 20pa Austrian Levant canc. “JERUSALEM OESTERREICHISCHE POST*12/4/04” (type K) to England.

PPC

7

8331

Early “JERUSALEM” PPC fr. with 5c (Crete issue) canc. “JERUSALEM OESTERREICHISCHE POST*23/4/04” (type K), arr. “BLACKPOOL*28.AP.04”.

PPC

8

8332

Early “JAFFA” PPC fr. with 10c (Crete issue) canc. “JERUSALEM b OESTERR. POST*16.IV.06” (type M) to London.

PPC

7

8333

Early “Bethlehem” PPC fr. with 10c (Crete issue) canc. “JERUSALEM b OESTERR. POST*...” (type M) to Scotland.

PPC

15

8334

Cover fr. with 1d British stamp canc. “WEST KENSINGTON*10.FE.08”, arr. “LONDON*11.FE.08”. Redirected to Italy, where Italian postage dues applied on arrival “FIRENZE*13.FE.08”. Then redirected to Jerusalem and a 20pa/10h Austrian Levant postage due (SG D51) was affixed and canc. “JERUSALEM b OESTERR. POST*24.FE.08”. (Ex Michael Brooks).

C

150

8335

“Bethlehem” PPC fr. with 5c (Crete issue) canc. “JERUSALEM b OESTERR. POST*6.IX.12” (type M).

PPC

10

8336

Cover fr. with 1pi. Austrian Levant stamp canc. “KERASSUNDE b OESTERR. POST*20.VII.12” (type 993), arr. “JUMET*27.VII.12”.

C

40

8337

Commercial cover fr. with 1pi. Austrian Levant stamp canc. “KERASSUNDE b OESTERR.POST*8.IX.13”, arr. “ΑΘΗΝΑΙ*1.ΣΕΠ.13”.

C

15

8338

EL from “CATTARO*7/5” to Megline.

EL

8

8339

EL fr. with 10sld Austrian Levant canc. “METELINE*24/7” (566 canc.), via “LLOYD AGENZIE SMIRNE*25/7” and “ΠΕΙΡΑΙΕΥΣ*15.ΙΟΥΛ.74”, arr. “ΑΘΗΝΑΙ*15.ΙΟΥΛ.74” where fr. with 20l. (Hellas 41d) LHH stamp to pay the Greek fee.

EL

50

8340

EL fr. with 2X5sld Austrian Levant stamp (SG 3) canc. “METELINE*29/5” (type 566), via “LLOYD ACENZIE SMIRNE*30/5”, arr. “ΑΘΗΝΑΙ*20.ΜΑΙΟΣ.76”.

EL

70

8341

“Metelin” early PPC fr. with 20pa./10h Austrian Levant stamp canc. “METELINO OESTERREICHISCHE POST*30/11” (type 568). However this date may be wrong as there is a manuscript date of “2/XII/1901”. Arr. “THUN*9.XII.01”.

PPC

25

8342

“Wien” PPC fr. with 10h Austrian stamp canc. “WIEN*1.IX.07”, arr. “METELINO OESTERREICHISCHE POST*28/9/07”.

PPC

10

8343

Two line cancellation “NAZAR(ETH)*4.11.?” on 20pa Austrian Levant stamp.

o

40

8344

Two line cancellation “Nazareth*?.4.07” (type I) on 10pa Austrian Levant stamp.

o

8

8345

Two line cancellation “Nazareth*13.5.07” (type I) on 10pa+20pa Austrian Levant stamps.

o

10

8346

EL fr. with 10sld Austrian Levant stamp (SG 9) canc. “PRVESA*23/9/77” (type 517) to Leukas.

EL

130

8347

Austrian Levant Postal card print 20pa. canc. “PREVESA OESTERR. POST*10/7/11” (type 518) to Corfu.

PS

30

8348

Austrian Levant Postal card print 20c. (crete issue) canc. “RETTIMO a OESTERR. POST*18.VI.10”, arr. “(LA CHAUX-DE)-FONDS*?4.VI.10”. On reverse pre-print text “BANQUE D’ATHENES/SUCCURSALE DE RETHYMO”.

PS

30

8349

EL canc. two lines “RHODUS/11 MAR” (type 573) to Syros. Linear “FRANCA” and handwritten “20” fr. on arrival with 20l. sky-blue LHH (Hellas 19a) canc. “ΣΥΡΟΣ*3.ΜΑΡΤ.63”. Also postman’s oval cachet “1” on arrival.

EL

150

8350

Cypriot postal card print 1pi. QV canc. “LARNACA”, via “RODI OESTERR. POST*19/4/94” (type 577) to Vienna.

PS

15

8351

Commercial cover fr. with 1pi. Austrian levant stamp canc. “RHODUS b OESTERR. POST*3.?.11” to Trieste.

C

8

8352

“Rodi” PPC fr. with 5c (crete issue) stamp canc. “RHODUS OESTERR.POST*16.8.13” to Denmark.

PPC

7

8353

Cover fr. with 4X10sld Lombardo-Venetto (in strip) stamp canc. “RUSTSCHUK*21/12” (type 876), via “WIEN*26/12/68”, “AUTR. 3 STRASBOURG*28.DEC” and “PARIS A AUXERRE*28.DEC.68”, ar. “AUXERRE*28.DEC.68”. On front carries and”A.P.D.” cachet.

C

80

8354

EL fr. with 15sld Austrian Levant stamp canc. 2-lined “SLONICH/20.JUIN” (type 594), via “WIEN*30/6/74”, arr. “TRIEST*2/7”.

EL

100

8355

Commercial cover fr. with 10sld (fine print) canc. “SALONICCO*18/11/83” (type 595), arr. “PRAG*22/11/83”.

C

30

8356

Austrian Levant postal card print 5sld canc. “SALONICCO*21/4/87” (type 595) to Prussia, arr. canc. “29/4”.

PS

30

8357

Commercial registered cover fr. with 2X1pi. Austrian Levant stamp canc. “SALONICH I OESTERREICHISCHE POST*31/12/03”, arr. “LEEDS*4.JA.04”.

C

20

8358

Registered cover fr. with 2X1pi./10kr Austrian Levant stamp canc. “SALONICH I OESTERREICHISCHE POST*24/10/97” (type 599), arr. “AMBERG*24.OC.97”.

C

8

8359

Austrian Levant postal card print 20pa/10h canc. “SALONICH I OESTERREICHISCHE POST*28/10/04”, arr. “BREMEN*2.11.04”. File hole.

PS

OFFER

8360

Austrian Levant postal card print 20pa/5kr canc. “SALONICH II OSETERREICHISCHE POST*10/3/96”, arr. “NUERNBERG”. “SALONICH II” P.O. opened on 1st June 1895 and the first designed canc. seems to have been manufatured somewhat hastily and consequently the error “OSETERREICH...” instead of “OESTEREICH...” occured. Rare.

PS

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8361

Austrian Levant postal card print 20pa/5kr canc. “SALONICH II OESTERREICHISCHE POST*15/2/99” to Austria. An example showing the corrected spelling instead of the wrong “OSETERREICH...” which was applied initially at 1895. Corrected type introduced in January 1897.

PS

70

8362

Cover fr. with 2X20pa/5kr Austrian Levant canc. “SALONICH II OESTERREICHISCHE POST*15/8/99” (type 612, very scarce canc.), arr. “LUDWIGSHAFEN*18.AUG.99”.

C

75

8363

“Salonique” PPC fr. with 20pa/10h Austrian Levant canc. “SALONICH I OESTERREICHISCHE POST” to Switzerland.

PPC

OFFER

8364

The reverse of a registered cover fr. with 20pa Austrian Levant stamp in bl.4 canc. “SALONICH c OESTERR. POST”, propably to Piraeus.

Δ

10

8365

Postal receipt for shippment to Odessa, canc. “SALONICH d OESTERR.POST*19.V.11”, (type 605) showing postal charges paid of 3pi.20pa.

PS

OFFER

8366

Austrian postal card print 10c. (Crete issue) written “Salonik 6 Januar 1912” canc. “SALONICH I*6.II.12” (probably wrong). “SALONICH I” was reffer to the main Salonica P.O. in the late 1890s. The use at Salonica of Crete issue Austrian postal cards is not recorded by Tchilinghirian.

PS

8

8367

Cover fr. with 1pi. Austrian Levant stamp, canc. “SALONICH I OESTERR.POST*23.III.13”, (type 610), arr. “PORTRUSH*29.MR.13”.

C

10

8368

Cover fr. with 20pa/5kr Austrian Levant stamps canc. “SAMSUN OESTERREICHISCHE POST*8.2.99”, arr. “BASEL*13.II.99”.

C

20

8369

Austrian Levant postal card print 20pa/5kr canc. “SAMSUN OESTERREICHISCHE POST*3/6/05”, arr. “VENEZIA*8.6.05”.

PS

8

8370

Commercial cover fr. with 1pi Austrian Levant stamp canc. “SAMSUN OESTERREICHISCHE POST*24/10/05”, arr. “BUDAPEST*?.OKT.05”.

C

15

8371

“Samsoun” PPC fr. with 10pa Austrian Levant stamp canc. “SAMSUN OESTERREICHISCHE POST*(31/11/08)” to Visegrad (Bosnia).

PPC

10

8372

Registered cover printed “KAISERLICH DEUTSCHES VIZEKONSULAT-SAMSUN” fr. with 5X1pi. Austrian Levant stamps canc. “SAMSUN OESTERREICHISCHE POST*4/8/05” (type 996), arr. “TRIESTE*9/8/05”.

C

10

8373

Commercial cover fr. with 1pi. Austrian Levant stamp canc. “SAMSUN OESTERREICHISCHE POST*5/4/10”, arr. “BASEL*10.IV.10”.

C

10

8374

Cover fr. with 1pi. Austrian Levant stamp canc. “SAMSUN a OESTERR. POST*7.VII.08” (type 997), arr. “HAMBURG*13.7.08”.

C

10

8375

Cover fr. with 10pa. Austrian Levant stamp canc. “SAMSUN a OESTERR. POST*7.IV.12” (type 997) to Wien.

C

10

8376

“Samsoun” PPC with 10pa. Austrian Levant stamp canc. “SAMSUN a OESTERR. POST*25.VII.08” (type 997) to Portugal.

PPC

15

8377

Small cover fr. with 10pa. Austrian Levant stamp canc. “SAMSUN OESTERREICHISCHE POST*23/12/10” (type 996) to Basel.

C

OFFER

8378

Commercial cover fr. with 2X10pa.+20pa. Austrian Levant stamps canc. “SAMSUN b OESTERR. POST*5. VIII.12” (type 998), arr. “BUDAPEST*10.AUG.912”.

C

10

8379

Cover fr. with 2pi. Austrian Levant stamp canc. “SAMSUN b OESTERR. POST*3.I.12”, via “LONDON*8. JA.12”, arr. “THORNTON HEALTH*8.JA.12”.

C

20

8380

Commercial cover fr. with 10pa+30pa Austrian Levant stamps canc. “SAMSUN b OESTERR. POST*10.IX.12” to Budapest. Flap is missing on reverse.

C

10

8381

Commercial private postal card fr. with 10pa Austrian Levant stamp canc. “SAMSUN b OESTERR. POST*3. VIII.13”, via “ΘΕΣΣΑΛΟΝΙΚΗ” to Monastir.

PPC

8

8382

Austrian Levant postal card print 20pa/5kr written “Scutari Albanie 5 Decembre 1896” and canc. “SAN GIOVANI DI MEDUA*5/12/96” (type 470), arr. “DOBELN*8.12.96” Port of San Giovani di Medua in the north Albania was the main port of access to Scutari at the time.

PS

120

8383

“SHKODRA” PPC fr. with 20pa. Austrian Levant stamp canc. “SCUTARI in ALBANIEN OESTERR. POST*17. XII.10” to Basel.

PPC

20

8384

Fragment with 10pa/3sld Austrian Levant stamp and “EXPRESS D’ORIENT” label (very rare use in the Austrian Levant P.O.) canc. “CONSTANTINOPEL II OESTERREICHISCHE POST*23/7/87”.

Δ

150

BRITISH P.O. 8385

Alexandria canc. on QV British stamps.

o

60

8386

Beyroyt P.O.: canc. “G06” on 1d 1864-79 (plate 195) and 4d 1876 (plate 15) QV British stamps. (SG Z2+Z14).

o

20

8387

Beyroyt P.O.: “G06” canc. on 3X2 1/2d 1875-76 QV British stamps with plate Nos.1, 2 and 3. (SG Z6).

o

10

8388

Beyroyt P.O.: “G06” canc. on 10X2 1/2d 1876-79 QV British stamps with plate Nos.4-5-8-10-13-15-16 and 17. (SG Z7).

o

30

8389

Beyroyt P.O.: “G06” canc. on 11X2 1/2d 1880-81 QV British stamps (including 2pairs+1bl.4) with plate Nos.18-19-20-21-22 and 23. (SG Z8+Z9).

o

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STARTING PRICES IN EURO

Beyroyt P.O.: “G06” canc. on 2X10d 1867 QV British stamps. VF. (SG Z24).

o

40

8391

Beyroyt P.O.: canc. “G06” on 2s 1867 and 1/2d+2d 1880 QV British stamps. (SG Z29+Z32+Z35).

o

30

8392

Beyroyt P.O.: “G06” canc. on 1d 1881, 2d+2 1/2d+5d 1884, 1/2d 1887-92, 1/2d 1900 and 1d 1902-04 British stamps (including 1 pair+1 bl.4). (SG Z39+Z42+Z43+Z45+Z47+Z56+Z60).

o

35

8393

Beyroyt P.O.: Canc. “BEYROUT BRITISH POST OFFICE” on 1d QV fiscal. Not mentioned by SG. Scarce.

o

80

8394

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 2X1/2d 1870/79 QV British stamps (plate 14 both). (SG Z68).

o

7

8395

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 4X1d 1857, 1d 1861 and 21X1d 1864-79 (plates 73+74+82+90+102+ 105+109+119+121+125+127+130+148+177+178+179+184+188+209+214) QV British stamps. (SG Z72+Z73+Z74).

o

35

8396

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 4X1d 1857 issue on fragment. (SG Z72).

Δ

4

8397

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 6X2d 1858-69 QV British stamps. (SG Z77).

o

10

8398

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 2X2 1/2d 1875-76 (blue paper) QV British stamps (both plate 1). (SG Z78).

o

12

8399

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 8X2 1/2d 1875-76 QV British stamps (plates 1+2+3). (SG Z78).

o

30

8400

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 29X2 1/2d 1876-79 QV British stamps (plates 4-16). (SG Z81).

o

75

8401

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 8X2 1/2d 1880-81 QV British stamps (plates 17-20). (SG Z82).

o

12

8402

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 14X2 1/2d 1881 QV British stamps (plates 21/23). (SG Z83).

o

10

8403

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 5X2 3d 1867-73 QV British stamps (plates 5, 6+9). (SG Z86).

o

40

8404

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 3X4d 1857 QV British stamps. (SG Z90).

o

17

8405

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 3X4d 1862 QV British stamps. (SG Z91).

o

14

8406

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 28X4d 1865-73 QV British stamps (plate nos 7+9-14). (SG Z92).

o

85

8407

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 4d 1877 QV British stamp (plate no 15). (SG Z94).

o

12

8408

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 5X6d 1856 QV British stamps (one with WMK invered). (SG Z97).

o

35

8409

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 8X6d 1862 QV British stamps (plate nos 3+4). (SG Z98).

o

35

8410

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 5X6d 1865-77 QV British stamps (plate no 5). (SG Z99).

o

18

8411

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 3X6d 1867 QV British stamps (plate no 6). (SG Z100).

o

14

8412

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 9X6d 1867-70 QV British stamps (plate nos 6-8-9). (SG Z101).

o

40

8413

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 5X6d 1872-73 QV British stamps (plate no 11). (SG Z102).

o

37

8414

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 3X6d 1872 QV British stamps (plate no 11). (SG Z103).

o

9

8415

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 2X10d 1867 QV British stamps. (SG Z110).

o

40

8416

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 3X1s 1856 QV British stamps. (SG Z111).

o

40

8417

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 3X1s 1862 QV British stamps. (SG Z112).

o

22

8418

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 2X1s 1865 QV British stamps (plate No.4). (SG Z115).

o

16

8419

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 9X1s 1867-73 QV British stamps (plate Nos.4/6). (SG Z116).

o

15

8420

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 4X1s 1873-77 QV British stamps (plate Nos.10+12+13). (SG Z117).

o

18

8421

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 1s 1881 QV British stamp (plate No.14). (SG Z119).

o

6

8422

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 4X2s 1867 QV British stamps. (SG Z120).

o

50

8423

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 2X5s 1867-74 QV British stamps (plate Nos.1+2). (SG Z121).

o

70

8424

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 3X1/2d+1d+3x2d 1880 QV British stamps. (SG Z124+Z126+Z128).

o

20

8425

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” and “CONSTANTINOPLE BPO” on 3X1d 1881, 2X1/2d+5X2 1/2d 1883-84 QV British stamps. (SG Z131+Z132+Z135).

o

7

8426

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 2d+5d 1883-84 QV British stamps. (SG Z134+Z138).

o

18

8427

Constantinople P.O.: canc. “C” on 1s 1883-84 QV British stamp in strip of 3. Left stamp thinned while right stamp with a smal tear. (SG Z141).

o

40

8428

Constantinople P.O.: Canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE BPO” on 1s 1887-1904 British stamps and canc. “C” on Ceylon QV stamp. (SG Z146+Z158+Z160/Z162).

ο

6

8429

Constantuinople P.O.: 2 1/2d 1876-79 QV British stamp canc. with oval “R” (registered). Stamp with faults. (SG Z81).

o

OFFER

8430

Constantinople P.O.: Canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE BPO” on 1/2d+1d KG V British stamps (SG 329+338). Not listed with Constantinople cds.

o

10

8431

Constantinople P.O.: Canc. “BRITISH.A.P.O.-CONSTANTINOPLE” (Z4 type) on KG V British stamps. (SG Z176/180+Z186/187).

o

80

8432

Constantinople P.O.: Canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE-CONSTANTINOPLE” on KG V British stamps. (SG Z188/193+Z196+Z199+Z200).

o

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STARTING PRICES IN EURO

8433

Constantinople P.O.: Two line canc. “BRITISH POST OFF(ICE)/CONSTANTINOPLE” on 5s KG V British stamp. Not listed cachet.

o

30

8434

Constantinople P.O.: Canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE-CONSTANTINOPLE” (type 18 canc.) on Fl. Mercury Greek stamps.

o

OFFER

8435

Salonica P.O.: Canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE-SALONICA” on 3X40pa/2 1/2d, 3X1pi/2 1/2d, 2pi/5d 1902-1908 stamps in Turkish currency and on 10X1/2d (including bl.4+strip of 4), 2X1d+1 1/2d 1905-12 ovpt “LEVANT” stamps.

o

20

8436

Salonica P.O.: “APO/FPO” cancelations on 9 KG V British stamps (1d+3X2d+2X3d+2X1s+2s6d).

o

10

8437

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” on 12X1d 1864-79 British stamps (plate nos. 137+140+142+143+145+148+15 3+158+173+176+196) plus 2X4d 1865-73 (plate nos 13+14) and 6d 1874-80 (plate 16) on fragments with the 1d stamps. (SG Z211+Z223+Z231).

o

32

8438

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” on 6X2d 1858-69 British stamps (plate nos. 13+14+15) plus 3d 1867-73 (plate no 9) and 6d 1874-80 (plate 13) on fragments with the 2d stamps. (SG Z214+Z221+Z231).

o

25

8439

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” on 3X2 1/2d 1875-76 QV British stamps (plate nos. 1+3). (SG Z216).

o

12

8440

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” on 14X2 1/2d 1876-79 QV British stamps (plate nos. 4+7+8+9+6+10+12+13+15+17). (SG 218).

o

45

8441

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” on 3X2 1/2d 1880 British stamps (plate nos. 18/20) and 4X2 1/2d 1881 stamps (plate nos. 21/23). (SG Z219+Z220).

o

10

8442

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” on 3d 1867-73 British stamps (plate no. 9 both). (SG Z221).

o

12

8443

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” on 2X4d 1865-73 British stamps (plate nos. 13+14). (SG Z223).

o

7

8444

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” on 4d 1877 British stamp (plate no. 15). (SG Z224).

o

22

8445

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” on 4X4d 1877 British stamps (plate nos. 15+16), one faulty. (SG Z225).

o

45

8446

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” on 4d 1880 British stamp (plate no. 18) and on 3X6d 1872-73 (plate nos 11+12). (SG Z227+228).

o

32

8447

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” on 3X6d 1874-80 British stamps (plate nos. 14+15) and on 6d 1881-82 (plate no. 17). (SG Z231+Z232).

o

18

8448

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” on 2X10d 1867 British stamps. (SG Z236).

o

40

8449

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” on 1s 1867-73 (plate No.7) British stamps and on 1s 1873-77 stamp. (SG Z237+Z238).

o

10

8450

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” and circular “SMYRNA” on 2X1/2d+1 1/2d+2d 1880 British stamps. (SG Z242+Z243+Z245+Z246).

o

28

8451

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” on 2X2 1/2d+5d 1884 British stamps. (SG Z252+Z254).

o

17

8452

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” on 1s 1884 British stamp. One oxidised perf. (SG Z255).

o

45

8453

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” and circular “SMYRNA” on 1/2d+1s 1887 British stamps. (SG Z256+Z264).

o

20

8454

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “F87” and circular “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA” on 2 1/2d 187576, 2d 1880, 4X1d 1881, 1/2d 1887, 1/2d 1900 and 1/2d+1d 1902-04 British stamps. (SG Z216+Z246+Z249+Z256+Z267+Z269).

o

14

8455

Smyrna P.O.: Parcel post fragment canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*10.AP.97” fr. with 2X1s, 1 1/2d+2 1/2d 1887 British stamps. 2 1/2d stamp not listed. (SG Z257+Z264).

Δ

50

8456

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*16.JY.14” on fragment with 1d 1912 KG V British stamp. Stamp not listed.

Δ

10

8457

Smyrna P.O.: Canc. “SMYRNA*30.AP.91” on 10pa Empire Ottoman stamp. Stamp faulty.

o

OFFER

8458

Stamboul P.O.: Canc. “S” and circular “BPO STAMBOUL” on several British stamps, including 3 forged(?) canc.

o

OFFER

8459

British stamps surcharged in Turskish currency from 1887 to 1910 in complete sets plus 40pa/2 1/2d 1885 stamp. Nice lot. (SG 1+4/6+8/12+13/14+16/21+22/24).

*

65

8460

British stamps surcharged in Turskish currency from 1911 to 1914 in complete sets plus few varieties and multiples. Nice lot. (SG 25/34+28a+29a+35/40).

*

65

8461

1913 30pa/1 1/2d surcharged on KG V stamp, var double surcharge, one albino, m. (SG 35a).

*

40

8462

1911-1913 1pi/2 1/2d surcharged on KG V stamp, var “PIASTRE” instead of “1 PIASTRE”, RPH Certificate (2009), m. (SG 25var).

*

60

8463

1905 and 1911-13 British stamps ovpt “LEVANT”, 4 complete sets of 10+2+2+2 values, plus 1/2 Harrison printing in bl.4. Note that L16 stamp is with broad top of “T” (RPH 1993 Certificate). Also 1921 surcharges and ovpt but not in complete sets. (SG L1/10+L11a+L12/13+L14/15+L16/17+41/44+46/47+48/49+48a+L 18/19+L23/24).

*

85

8464

British Levant stamps 1885-1921: Collection placed on 10 sheets including surcharges in Turkish currency on British stamps or British stamps ovpt “LEVANT” in complete sets (only SG no.35 is missing from its set). Multiples also included. Constantinople, Stamboul, Smyrna, Salonica and Beyrout canc. Very nice lot. (SG 1/33+35/50+3a+L1/L24).

o

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STARTING PRICES IN EURO

8465

Beyrout canc. (circular and oval for registered mailed) on various British Levant stamps. Total 18 stamps (with multiples).

o

12

8466

Constantinople P.O.: “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE” (different types) on 45 various British Levant stamps. Nice lot.

o

50

8467

Smyrna P.O.: “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE” (different types) on 84 various British Levant stamps (1885-1923). Very nice lot.

o

65

8468

Stamboul P.O.: “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE” (different types) on 8 various British Levant stamps uncluding 12pi./2s6d 1902-05 KE VII stamps (SG 11b) which is very scarce with Stamboul cds (specially in this quality).

o

35

8469

1918-1920 EEF stamps canc. “HALEP”, “ALEXANDRETTA”, “DAMASCUS”, “HAMA”, “TRIPOLI”, “BEYROUTH”, “ADANA”, “MERSINE”, “JAFFA” and “HAIFA”. (Bale 5+6+8+9+10+11+20).

o

OFFER

8470

Cover from “MANCHESTER*7.FE.71” fr. with 2d+6d QV British stamps canc. “498”, via “LONDON*8.FE.71” to Alexandria (no arrival canc.). Part of flap cut off. Letter included.

C

10

8471

Cover from “BRITISH POST OFFICE BEYROUT*11.JA.77” fr. with 2 1/2d QV British stamp, via “LONDON*24. JA.77”, arr. “NEW YORK*PAID ALL”.

C

30

8472

“FOREIGN POST CARD” print 1p. QV from “BRITISH POST OFFICE BEYROUT*14.SP.77”, via “LONDON*26. SP.77” to USA. Postal card with faults.

PS

30

8473

Cover from “BRITISH POST OFFICE BEYROUT*18.NO.86” fr. with 40pa./2 1/2d QV British Levant stamp. On reverse “LONDON” and “NEW YORK*/PAID ALL*10.DEC.86”, double circle mark, transit cachets, arr. “MONTROSE*11.DEC”.

C

15

8474

1 1/2d/1d + 1 1/2d/1d double postal card mailed registered from “MELBOURNE*13.NO.93” and fr. additionally with 3X1p. all canc. with circular “R”, arr. “BEYROUT BRITISH POST OFFICE*14.DE.93”.

PS

80

8475

Registered cover from “BEYROUT BRITISH POST OFFICE*5.JU.95” fr. with 80pa./5d QV British Levant stamp, via “LONDON*15.JU.95”, arr. “CHISWICK*15.JU.95”.

C

50

8476

Printed envelope 40pa./2p. mailed registered from “BEYROUT BRITISH POST OFFICE*15.OC.96” fr. add. with 40pa./2 1/2d QV British Levant stamp, arr. “LONDON*25.OC.96”.

PS

30

8477

Cover from “BEYROUT BRITISH POST OFFICE*28.DE.97” fr. with 40pa./2 1/2d QV British Levant stamp, via “LONDON*6.JA.98” and “NEW YORK PAID ALL*17.JAN.98”, arr. “MONTROSE*18.JAN.1898”.

C

10

8478

Printed envelope 40pa./2p. mailed from “BEYROUT BRITISH POST OFFICE*6.MR.99”, via “ALEXANDRIA” and “PORT SAID”, arr. “BRAUNSCHWEIG*15.3.99”.

PS

OFFER

8479

Canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*25.AP.89” on Die I dull-rose “EXPRESS D’ORIENT” label and 40pa./2 1/2d QV British Levant stamp.

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100

8480

Cover from “EXETER*AU.1854” fr. with 3X1d 1853-54 British stamps canc. “285” addressed to “British Army Turkey”. On reverse canc. with scarce “NORTH BROOK” cds (transit). Letter included.

C

160

8481

EL from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*6.AU.1862” fr. with 6d British stamp canc. “C” to Cheshire. Handwritten “Via Marseilles”.

EL

50

8482

EL from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*11.JU.1863” fr. with 6d British stamp canc. “C”, arr. “MALTA*17.JU.63”. Handwritten “6” and scarce “INSUFFICIENTLY PREPAID”.

EL

300

8483

EL from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*6.AU.1863” fr. with 6d British stamp canc. “C”, via “LONDON*15.AU.63”, arr. “ST. ANDREWS*16.AU.63”.

C

60

8484

EL from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*4.MR.1871” fr. with 6d British stamp canc. “C”, arr. “NEW CASTLE ON TYNE*13.MR.71”.

EL

30

8485

Cover from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*28.AP.1864” fr. with 6d British stamp canc. “C”, via “LONDON*6.MY.64”, arr. “ST ANDREWS*8.MY.64”.

C

40

8486

Cover from “LIVERPOOL*8.JU.66” fr. with 1sh. British stamp canc. “466”, via “LONDON*9.JU.66”, arr. “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*23.JU.1866”. Flap is missing on reverse.

C

130

8487

Cover from “LONDON*7.JY.69” fr. with 2X1d 1854 (plate 109), 4d 1865 (plate 11) and 1sh. 1867 (plate 4) British stamps canc. “76”, arr. “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*16.JY.1869”. The letter was “NOT-CALLED-FOR” (rare handstamp in red struck at the Constantinople P.O.) and sent back 6 months later canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*10.JA.70”. Few imperfections but a rare “NOT-CALLED-FOR” cover, the latest recorded use of the red handstamp (Parmenta).

C

230

8488

Cover from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*4.AP.74” fr. with 4d (plate 13) canc. “C”, arr. “LONDON*9.AP.74”.

C

50

8489

Cover from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*14.AP.74” fr. with 4d (plate 13) canc. “C”, arr. “LONDON*20.AP.74”.

C

50

8490

Cover from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*25.SP.74” fr. with 4d (plate 13) canc. “C”, arr. “LONDON*1.OC.74”.

C

50

8491

Cover from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*17.AP.75” fr. with 4d (plate 14) canc. “C”, arr. “NORTH SHIELDS*27.AP.75”.

C

50

8492

Postal card print 1d canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*30.MY.95”, arr. “RUHPORT*2.6.95”.

PS

OFFER

8493

Cover from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*19.SP.79” fr. with 1/2d and 2d canc. “C” to USA (2 1/2d per oz from July’75), via “LONDON”, arr. “NEW YORK*7.OC.(79)”.

C

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8494

Cover from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*16.MR.80” fr. with 2 1/2d (plate 17) canc. “C”, arr. “NEW YORK*4.AP.(80)”. (SG Z82).

C

10

8495

Cover from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*28.FE.82” fr. with 2 1/2d (plate 22) canc. “C”, arr. “NEW YORK”. (SG Z83).

C

10

8496

Postal card print 1d mailed from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*22.FE.81” and canc. “C”.

PS

6

8497

Postal card print 1d mailed from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*13.JA.85” canc. “C”, arr. “NEW YORK*30.JAN.85”.

PS

6

8498

Postal card print 1d mailed from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*27.SP.84” canc. “C” to Liverpool.

PS

10

8499

The address panel of a Memorandum fr. with 2 1/2d 1884 issue mailed from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*11.NO.84” and canc. “C” to London.

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8

8500

Postal card print 1d mailed from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*21.FE.85” canc. “C”, arr. “NEW YORK*7.MR.85”.

PS

6

8501

Cover mailed from “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*18.DE.86” (type C) fr. with 40pa/2 1/2d British Levant stamp canc. “C”, arr. “LOUGHTON*24.DE.86”. Type C canc. was issued from 7/6/67 to 7/12/86. Late use.

C

20

8502

Austrian Levant postal card print 20pa/5kr mailed from “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*26.AP.89” and canc. “C” to Bologna. Scarce.

PS

240

8503

Registered and ordinary cover post to the same address sent on the same day, both mailed from “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE” to Leeds. The non-registered canc. by “C” while the registered by oval “R”.

C

16

8504

Registered cover mailed from “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*23.OC.91” fr. with 3X40pa./2 1/2d canc. by oval “R”, via “LONDON*27.OC.91”, arr. “LEEDS*27.OC.91”.

C

15

8505

Postal card print 1d mailed from “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*5.MY.92” and canc. “C” to London.

PS

OFFER

8506

Cover mailed from “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*25.FE.93” fr. with 40pa./1/2d vermilion (SG 7) and canc. “C”, arr. “MIDDLESBROUGH*2.MR.93”. This provisional was in use only for 5 days in Constantinople and Stamboul offices. Certificate BPS (1955). Ex Rossi. Rare.

C

200

8507

Envelope print 2d and 1 1/2d fr. additionally with 1d fiscal receipt stamp (to make up the overseas registration rate of 4 1/2d) mailed registered from “WESTMINSTER BRIDGE*6.MR.93”, arr. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*10. MR.93”. Scarce combination.

PS

150

8508

Postal card print 1d canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*18.DE.00” to London.

PS

OFFER

8509

Envelope print 40pa/2 1/2d canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*31.DE.95”, arr. “PECKHAM*4.4.JA.96”. Flap is torn on reverse.

PS

14

8510

Envelope print 40pa/2 1/2d, unused. VF.

PS

18

8511

Envelope print 40pa/2 1/2d canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*30.AP.96”, arr. “ZURICH*3.V.96”.

PS

15

8512

Envelope print 40pa/2 1/2d canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*30.OC.96”, arr. “EALING*3.NO.96”. On reverse wax-seal “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE”.

PS

18

8513

Envelope print 40pa/2 1/2d fr. add. with 40pa./2 1/2d mailed registered from “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*27. NO.97”, via “LONDON*30.NO.99” to Mexico. The “40/PARAS” surcharge on the envelope is forged but in all other aspect is genuine.

PS

18

8514

Cover fr. with 25l. Small Hermes Head (Hellas 126) canc. “ΤΗΝΟΣ*?.ΟΚΤ.99”, via “ΑΘΗΝΑΙ*1.ΝΟΕΜ.1899”, arr. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*18.NO.99”.

C

OFFER

8515

“Constantinople” PPC fr. with 1d canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*5.JU.00”, arr. “PARIS*9.JUIN.00”.

PPC

8

8516

Early PPC written “31 Aug.01” fr. with 2x1/2d canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE...” to Yorkshire.

PPC

OFFER

8517

US envelope print 2c (front only) fr. additionally with 40pa/2 1/2d British Levant stamp canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*7.JU.99” to New York.

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OFFER

8518

“Constantinople” early coloured PPC fr. with 1d canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*28.FE.01”, arr. “MANCHESTER*4.MR.01”.

PPC

OFFER

8519

British postal card print 1d canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*10.SP.01” to Marseille.

PS

OFFER

8520

“Constantinople La voiture du Sultan” ealry PPC fr. with 1d canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*29.MY.01”, arr. “WIEN*31.5.01”.

PPC

OFFER

8521

Registered letter print 1d and fr. add. with 40pa/2 1/2d KE canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*11.OC.02”, arr. “LONDON*15.OC.02”.

PS

10

8522

Envelope print 40pa/2 1/2d canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*18.NO.02” to London.

PS

17

8523

Two british postal cards canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE” mailed to Germany (1902) and to France (1904).

PS

OFFER

8524

Commercial private post card mailed from “MANCHESTER *5.OCT.09” and fr. with 2X1/2d KE British stamps. Linear cachet “ORIENT-EXPRESS” and boxed “BANQUE IMPERIALL OTTOMANNE”, arr. “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*9.OC.09”.

PPC

15

8525

Four early PPC fr. with 1/2d or 1d KE stamps canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE” mailed to England and France.

PPC

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8526

Three early PPC fr. with 1/2d or 1d KE stamps (two ovpt LEVANT) canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE”.

PPC

OFFER

8527

Two early “Constantinople” PPC fr. with 1d KE stamps and one British “LEVANT” postal card, canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE” mailed to England and Germany.

PC/ PS

OFFER

8528

Registered letter print 2d and fr. add. with 2 1/2d British stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE”*25.DE.19”, via “LONDON*4.JA.20”, arr. “NASSAU BAHAMAS*29.JAN.20”. “B.A.P.O./ CONSTANTINOPLE” registration label.

PS

OFFER

8529

Three “Constantinople” early coloured PPC, both fr. with 1d KE GB stamp and canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE” (2/1/1905 and 1/5/1905). Postcards and parced continued to be fr. with unovpt GB stamps until 14th August 1905 after which the “Levant” ovpt came into use.

PPC

8

8530

Two “Constantinople” early coloured PPC, both fr. with 1d KE GB stamp ovpt “LEVANT” and canc. (both) “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*4.SP.07” mailed (both to London).

PS

OFFER

8531

Two “Constantinople” early coloured PPC, fr. with 2X1/2d and 1d KE GB stamp ovpt “LEVANT” and canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE” mailed (both) to England.

PPC

OFFER

8532

Registered cover fr. with 4pi./10d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*19.JU.06”, arr. “MUNCHEN*22.JUN.06”.

C

30

8533

Two coloured PPC fr. with 1d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE” to England and USA between 1906 and 1907.

PPC

OFFER

8534

Mozambique postal card print 10reis canc. “LOURENCO MARQUES*15.9.07” and fr. with 10reis “INHAMBANE” canc. “INHAMBANE”, arr. bilingual “CONSTANTINOPLE*1.10.07” and “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*.01.OC.07”.

PS

60

8535

Three PPC fr. with 1/2d or 1d British stamps ovpt “LEVANT” and a postal card print 1d ovpt “LEVANT”, all canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE” between 1908 and 1913.

PC/ PS

OFFER

8536

Coloured PPC fr. with 1d British “LEVANT” canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE” to England. Also maritime cachet “S/S RAVENSHOE”.

PPC

6

8537

Two coloured PPC fr. with 1d British “LEVANT” stamp and a postal card print 1d all canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE” (between 1909 and 1911) and a “JEYPORE” PPC fr. with 2X1/2an. British India stamps, arr. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*19.JY.09”.

PC/ PS

5

8538

Registered cover fr. with 1 1/4pi/3d+1 3/4pi/4d+2 1/2pi/6d British Levant stamps (SG 22/24) canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*15.FE.10”, arr. “LINZ*16.II.10”.

C

16

8539

Cover fr. with 3X1pi/2 1/2d British Levant stamp canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*8.NO.10”, arr. “LONDON*12.NO.10”. Flap is missing on reverse.

C

12

8540

Two “Constantinople” PPC fr. with KE and KG 1d British Levant stamps and a British Levant postal card, all canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE”.

PC/ PS

OFFER

8541

Cover fr. with 2d British Levant stamp canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*16.MR.11” to Peniche (Portugal). The cover was 1/2d underfranked so it was marked “T” and taxed on arrival with 10reis Portuegese postage due stamp and canc. “PENICHE*24.MAR.11”.

C

150

8542

Two “Constantinople” PPC and a cover fr. with various British levant stamps canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE” (different types of cancelations).

PPC/C

OFFER

8543

Three PPC fr. with 1d British stamps ovpt “LEVANT” and a postal card print 1d ovpt “LEVANT”, all canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE” between 1912 and 1913.

PC/ PS

OFFER

8544

Reistered cover fr. with 12pi./2sh6d British Levant (SG 33) canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*11.AU.12”, arr. “DARMSTADT*3.9.12”, redirected to “HERRMSHEIM*4.9.12” via “WORMS*4.9.12”.

C

140

8545

Front cover fr. with 2X1/2d British “LEVANT” stamps canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*30.AU.13” to London. Linear “Written and Posted on the High Seas” in red and “PAQUEBOT” in black.

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OFFER

8546

Postal card print 1d KG V canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*20.NO.13” to USA. The imprint has been redisigned with the “LEVANT” ovpt at the top of the “stamp”.

PS

OFFER

8547

Bulgarian PPC fr. with 1d British Levant stamp canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*14.JY.13” to England.

PPC

8

8548

“Constantinople” PPC fr. with 2X1/2 British Levant stamp and a cover (with 7-page letter included) fr. with 1pi./2 1/2 British Levant stamp canc. both “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE”. The cover is canc. “25.6.14” which is a late use fot the 1pi./2 1/2d stamp.

PPC/C

5

8549

Postal card print 1/2d KG V fr. with 30pa/1 1/2d British Levant KE canc. “ARMY POST OFFICE S.X.3*5.MY.19” and mailed registered to “LONDON*16.MY.19”. This P.O. was open from March 1919 to April 1920 for civilian use.

PS

80

8550

Postal card print 1/2d KG V fr. with 1 1/4pi/3d British Levant KG V canc. “ARMY POST OFFICE S.X.3*5.MY.19” and mailed registered to “LONDON*16.MY.19”. This P.O. was open from March 1919 to April 1920 for civilian use.

PS

65

8551

Postal card print 1/2d KG V fr. with 2pi/5d British Levant KE canc. “ARMY POST OFFICE S.X.3*5.MY.19” and mailed registered to “LONDON*16.MY.19”. This P.O. was open from March 1919 to April 1920 for civilian use.

PS

65

8552

Two covers, one printed “ASSOCIATION OF THE ARMENIAN ALUMNI AND FORMER STUDENTS OF ROBERT COLLEGE” while the other printed “CONSTANTINOPLE COLLEGE AMERICAN COLLEGE FOR GIRLS”, both canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE” and posted to USA.

C

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8553

Large commercial cover fr. with 2d+1/2d British stamps canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*20.SP.19” to Birmingham. Boxed “CENSORED BY MILITARY AUTHORITY” and tape “OPENED BY CENSOR”.

C

14

8554

A GB 1/2d reply paid postcard (returned half) fr. with 1/2d+2pi./6d British Levant stamps canc. “TSINGTAU I.J.P.O.*5.11.19” (Imperial Japanese Post Office) via “KOBE JAPAN*9.11.19”, arr. “LONDON*24.DE.19”. Registration label “I.J.P.O/ TSINGTAU”. Although philatelic addressed to H.W. HAWKINS this card is most unusual, if not unique.

PS

250

8555

Registered cover fr. with 2 1/2d+2d British stamps canc. “BRITISH APO CONSTANTINOPLE*26.DE.19”, arr. “LIVERPOOL*4.JA.20”.

C

10

8556

Cover fr. with 2 1/2d British stamp canc. “BRITISH APO CONSTANTINOPLE*14.JA.20” to Liverpool.

C

6

8557

Registered cover fr. with 2 1/2d+2d British stamps canc. “BRITISH APO CONSTANTINOPLE*31.MR.20”, arr. “LONDON*9.AP.20”. The cover shows the blank provisional label.

C

16

8558

Registered cover fr. with 2 1/2d+2X1d British stamps (1d SG z177 in carmine-red) canc. “BRITISH APO CONSTANTINOPLE*7.MY.20”, arr. “LONDON*25.MY.20”. Unusual long time for arrival.

C

25

8559

Registered cover fr. with 2X1 1/2d+1d+1/2d British stamps (2 1/2d postage 2 1/2d+2d registration) canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*26.NO.20”, via “LONDON*2.DE.20”, arr. “BATTERSEA*3.DE.20”. All stamps perfin “CL”.

C

30

8560

Fragment fr. with 2 1/2d canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE A*22.DE.20” to Switzerland.

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OFFER

8561

Cover from England fr. with 2d (underfranked since the rate it was 2 1/2d) to Constantinople mailed at “9.DEC.20”. It carries a London tax mark and a foreign branch “1d/F.B./C.”. On arrival a further charge mark “1d/K66” has been added. This mark does not appear to have been previously recorded. On reverse bilingual canc. “PERA ARRIVEE” and “GALATA ARRIVEE*28.XII.20”. RRR.

C

250

8562

Cover fr. with 1d+1 1/2d (SG Z189+Z190 instead of SG 41/50 or L18/L24) canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*25.JA.21” to London.

C

7

8563

Registered cover fr. with 2 1/2d+2d British stamps canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*9.FE.21”, arr. “LONDON*14.FE.21”. Linear cachet “PAR ORIENT EXPRESS”.

C

14

8564

Cover printed “BANQUE D”ATHENES/CONSTANTINOPLE” fr. with 3X1/2d+1d British stamps canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*27.MY.21” to Bale.

C

10

8565

Private postal card fr. with 2d canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*15.JY.21” to Germany. Unusual use of 2d stamp on postcard since the rate for overseas postcards was increased to 1 1/2d on 13th June 1921.

PPC

14

8566

Cover fr. with 2X1 1/2pi./1d+4 1/2pi./3d canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*27.OC.21” to Freiburg. Stamps introduced in August 1921.

C

6

8567

Cover fr. with 7 1/2pi./5d canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*8.JU.22” to Philadelphia.

C

OFFER

8568

Registered cover fr. with 2X1 1/2pi./1d+7 1/2pi./5d+3 3/4pi./2 1/2d+30pa/1/2d British Levant stamps canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*20.SP.22”, via “NEW YORK*3.10.1922”, arr. “NEW BRUNSWICK*4.OCT.1922”. Linear “FORWARDED”.

C

10

8569

Registered commercial cover fr. with 15pi./10d British Levant stamp canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*29. AU.22”, via “LONDON*2.SP.22”, arr. canc. at Copenhagen “5.9.22”.

C

10

8570

Registered cover fr. with 6X1 1/2pi./1d+3X3 3/4pi./2 1/2d British Levant stamps canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*19.MR.23”, via “ΑΘΗΝΑΙ*23.ΜΑΡ.23”, arr. “ΠΑΛ.ΦΑΛΗΡΟΝ*24.ΜΑΡ.23”. The British P.O. in Constantinople finally closed on 27th September 1923.

C

50

8571

Registered letter print 4 1/2d KG V and fr. add. with 7 1/2pi./5d canc. “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*3.JY.23”, arr. “HAYES MIDDLESEX*9.JY.23”. The envelope is ovpt “REGN. FEE/7 1/2 PIASTRES”.

PS

8

8572

Envelope print 2 1/2d with inverted surcharge 40pa (forged) and fr. additionally with 40pa/2 1/2d British Levant stamp canc. “BEIRUT/BRITISH POST OFFICE*6.JU.94”, via “BPO CONSTANTINOPLE*13.JU.94” to Smyrne. Although the surcharge on the envelope is forged it passed through the Post.

PS

140

8573

Post card from “PALERMO*23.?.11” to England fr. with 1d KE British stamp. Linear canc. “PAQUEBOTS” in black and “PAQUEBOT” in red, and 2-line “POSTED ON BOARD S/Y VECTIS/ON THE HIGH SEAS”.

PPC

20

8574

Comercial cover fr. with 40pa./2 1/2d KE British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SALONICA*B*18.DE.03” to Leeds.

C

10

8575

Registered cover fr. with 80pa./5d KE British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SALONICA*18. JA.06”, via “LONDON”, arr. “LEEDS*22.JA.06”.

C

10

8576

Post card fr. with 1/2d KE British stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SALONICA*A*21.NO.04” to Marseille.

PPC

25

8577

“Salonique-Fontaine Hamidie” post card fr. with 1d KE British stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SALONICA*B*20.MR.05” to England.

PPC

15

8578

Commercial cover fr. with 40pa/2 1/2d KE British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SALONICA*B*22.NO.04”, arr. “PHILADELPHIA*4.DEC.1904”.

C

10

8579

Registered cover fr. with 80pa/5d KE British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SALONICA*B*31. AU.05”, via “LONDON*4.SP.05”, arr. “LEEDS*4.SP.1904”.

C

15

8580

Post card from “KILBURN*26.DE.04” fr. with 2X1/2 KE British stamps, arr. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SALONICA*A*31.DE.04” and readdressed to Livorno, arr. “LIVORNO5.GEN.05”.

PPC

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8581

Commercial cover fr. with 40pa./2 1/2d KE British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SALONICA*B*10.FE.05”, arr. “DURSLEY*14.FE.05”.

C

10

8582

Cover fr. with 2X1d+1/2d KE British Levant stamps canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SALONICA*B*2.OC.05”, arr. “LEEDS*6.OC.05”.

C

10

8583

Front of registered cover fr. with 2pi./5d KE British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SALONICA*B*16.OC.10” to New Jersey.

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8584

Post card fr. with 1/2 KE British stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SALONICA*A*13.MR.08”, arr. “KLERKSDORP*27.APR.08”.

PPC

10

8585

“Salonique Splendid Palace” post card fr. with 1/2 KE British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SALONICA*B*?.SP.10” to Zurich. Handwritten “10”, taxed on arrival with 10c. Suisse postage due stamp canc. “ZURICH*12.IX.10”.

PPC

40

8586

World’s First Scheduled Aerial Post (9.9-16.9.1911): London-Windsor Castle. Example of commemorative card (in brown) printed to mark the first Government sponsored airmail in England, addressed to Salonica, canc. “FIRST UNITED KINGDOM AERIAL POST/LONDON*11.SP.1911”, by air to Windsor, then by surface to destination, arr. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SALONICA*A.21.SP.11”. Plane: Fermant biplane, Pilot: E.F.Driver.

PPC

150

8587

Commercial registered cover fr. with 2X1pi./2 1/2d KG V British Levant stamps canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SALONICA*A*10.MY.13”, via “LONDON*7.MY.13”, arr. “BIRMINGHAM*8.MY.13”.

C

15

8588

Military cover canc. “ARMY POST SERVICE-S.X.I*B*30.MY.16” to England. Triangular cachet “PASSED BY CENSOR/No.4064”. Opened at Monastir road, Salonica.

C

15

8589

Comercial cover fr. with 1d British stamp canc. “BASE ARMY POST OFFICE*B*1.FE.17” to Salonica Forces. Triangular cachet “PASSED BY CENSOR/No.4048”.

C

30

8590

1790-1800 EL posted from Smyrna to Chesterfield. Certificate by RPS (2011).

EL

100

8591

Cover fr. with 6d QV British stamp canc. “SOUTHAMPTON”, via “LONDON*2.JU.59” and “PARIS*3.JUIN.59”, arr. “SMYRNE TURQUIE*12...”.

C

30

8592

Cover fr. with 6d QV British stamp canc. “SOUTHAMPTON*22.AUG.60”, via “LONDON*23.AU.60” and “PARIS*24.AOUT.60”, arr. “SMYRNE TURQUIE*2.SEPT.60”.

C

30

8593

EL front posted from “SMYRNA*A*12.FE.75” and fr. with 1d+4d QV British stamps, arr. “LONDON PAID*22. FE.75”.

Δ

10

8594

British postal card “FOREIGN POST CARD” print 1p., posted from “SMYRNA*A*31.JU.75”, arr. “BRIGHTON*10.AU.75”. The 1 1/4d rate had a very short life, being replaced by 1d (1st April 1879introduction of the new postal rates by U.P.U.). Very rare.

PS

500

8595

EL from “SMYRNA*A*29.AP.76” fr. with 2 1/2d QV British stamp, arr. “LONDON PAID”.

EL

60

8596

Cover from “SMYRNA*A*21.DE.77” fr. with 2 1/2d QV British stamp, arr. “MALTA*3.JA.78”. Flap is missing.

C

40

8597

1876 HMS “SULTAN” TURKISH & SERBO MONTENEGRO WAR: Cover with HMS SULTAN lofo on flap, to England, with GB 2 1/2d stamp with “70” circ. canceller and “LONDON S.W*22.AU.76”. On reverse “LONDON*21.AU.76” and “CARDIFF*22.AU.76” cds. Enclosed is a very interesting 4 page letter on HMS SULTAN headed paper, written at Smyrna, parts of which state “we left Bashike Bay (that is the Sultan did) last Monday for a bit of a cruise around here (Smyrna). On Tuesday morning we found the Russian and Italian Fleets together with an Austrian ship and a French man. The Russian Fleet consists of 3 vessels, one of which has the grand Duke Alexis aboard...”On 30 May 1876 Turkey went to war with Serbia, and with Montenegro on 2nd July. The war lasted until 30 Oct 1876. A rare item from this conflict.

C

250

8598

British postal card “FOREIGN POST CARD” print 1p., posted from “SMYRNA*A*2.AU.78” to Brighton. The 1 1/4d rate had a very short life, being replaced by 1d (1st April 1879-introduction of the new postal rates by U.P.U.). Very rare.

PS

350

8599

Cover fr. with 2 1/2d QV British stamp (SG 218) canc. “SMYRNA*A*15.NO.78” to London.

C

28

8600

EL fr. with 2 1/2d QV British stamp (SG 218) canc. “SMYRNA*A*19.OC.78”, arr. “LONDON*26.OC.78”.

EL

30

8601

EL endorsed “Via Brindisi”, fr. with 2X1 QV GB stamps (SG 244)+1/2d (plate II SG 210) canc. “SMYRNA*A*10.NO.80”, arr. “LONDON E.C*17.NO.80”. VF and R.

EL

520

8602

British postal card print 1d QV canc. “SMYRNA*22.AU.81” to Colchester.

PS

10

8603

British postal card print 1d QV canc. “SMYRNA*3.AP.86” to Colchester.

PS

10

8604

Cover fr. with 2 1/2d GB stamp (SG 220) canc. “SMYRNA*7.JA.82”, via “LONDON” and “NEW YORK”, arr. “MEMPHIS*30.JAN.82”.

C

20

8605

Cover fr. with 2 1/2d GB stamp (SG 252) canc. “SMYRNA*23.MY.84”, arr. “MALTA*2.JU.84”.

C

15

8606

EL fr. with 2 1/2d GB stamp canc. “SMYRNA*7.AU.86”, via “TARANTO*12.AU.86”, arr. “GENOVA*14.AU.86”.

EL

10

8607

EL fr. with 40pa./2 1/2d British Levant stamp canc. “SMYRNA*A*19.MR.91”, arr. “DURSLEY*26.MR.91”.

C

20

8608

Cover fr. with 1d+1/2d GB stamps (SG 249+256) canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*21.NO.90” mailed in town.

C

10

8609

“Smyrne” PPC fr. with 1d GB stamp (SG 249) canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*14.MY.01”, arr. “LONDON*20.MY.01”.

PPC

10

8610

Cover fr. with 40pa./2 1/2d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*27.MY.96”, arr. “BASEL*2.VI.96”.

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8611

Cover fr. with 40pa./2 1/2d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*29.AU.96”, via “ΠΕΙΡΑΙΕΥΣ”, arr. “WIEN*5.9.96”.

C

20

8612

Envelope printed 40pa./2 1/2d canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*1.JU.97” to Wien.

PS

30

8613

British postal card print 1d canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*5.JU.97” to London.

PS

8

8614

Cover fr. with 40pa.*2 1/2d British levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*6.OC.00”, arr. “LEEDS*12.OC.00”.

C

10

8615

Post card fr. with 2X5h. Austrian stamps canc. “PETSCHAU*29/12/03”, arr. “SMYRNA I OESTERREICHISCHE POST*5/1/04” and “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*5.JA.04”.

PPC

10

8616

“Smyrne” post card fr. with 1d GB stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*B*20.OC.00” to England.

PPC

8

8617

Cover fr. with 40pa./2 1/2d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*5.JY.01”, via “HINGKLEY*11.JU.01”, arr. “LEICESTER*11.JY.01”. Cover miscut.

C

8

8618

British postal card print 1d KE canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*C*9.AU.02” to England.

PS

8

8619

Photocard card fr. with 1d GB stamp KE canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*21.DE.03”, arr. “MALIN*28.DE.03”.

PPC

8

8620

British postal card print 1d KE canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*13.OC.02” to England.

PS

8

8621

Cover fr. with 80pa/5d KE British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*B*16.MY.03”, via “LONDON*21.MY.03”, arr. “PROVIDENCE*3.MAY.1903” (USA).

C

12

8622

British postal card print 1d KE canc. “LONDON*28.OC.02”, arr. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*3. NO.02”.

PS

8

8623

1905 Parcel tug from Smyrne to Suisse, fr. with 40pa/2 1/2d British Levant stamp and 1/2d GB stamp (canc. illegible). On reverse “Jules Egli. Smyrne”. Creased.

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8624

“Ephese” post card fr. with 1/2d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*24.OC.05” to England.

PPC

OFFER

8625

Cover fr. with 1pi./2 1/2d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*5.MR.08”, arr. “NORWICH*12.MR.08”.

C

8

8626

Cover fr. with 1/2d+2d British Levant stamps canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*1.JA.06”, arr. “LEEDS*7.JA.06”.

C

20

8627

Cover fr. with 1/2d+2d British Levant stamps canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*24.OC.08”, arr. “LEEDS*...”.

C

20

8628

Cover fr. with 1pi./2 1/2d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*B*18.OC.06”, arr. “LONDON*23.OC.06”.

C

20

8629

Cover fr. with 1/2d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*29.DE.05”, arr. “LIVERPOOL*7.JA.05”.

C

10

8630

“Smyrne” PPC fr. with 1d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*B*1.OC.09” to England.

PPC

10

8631

PPC fr. with 1d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*B*10.JU.10” to Berlin.

PPC

10

8632

Registered cover fr. with 1 1/4pi/3d+1 3/4pi/4d+2 1/2pi/6d British Levant stamps canc. “REGISTERED*A*SMYRNA*15.AP.12”, via “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*A*17.AP.12” to Paris.

C

40

8633

Cover fr. with 1 3/4pi/4d British Levant stamps canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE*SMYRNA*B*3.JA.13” to Leeds.

C

20

8634

Cover fr. with 1 1/4pi/3d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*B*22.MY.13” to Leeds.

C

20

8635

Cover fr. with 1 1/4pi/3d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*10.FE.14” to Leeds.

C

10

8636

Cover fr. with 1 1/4pi/3d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*31.JU.14” to Leeds.

C

10

8637

Cover fr. with 1 1/4pi/3d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*16.OC.13” to Leeds.

C

10

8638

Cover fr. with 1 1/4pi/3d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*29.NO.13” to Leeds.

C

10

8639

“Constantinople” PPC fr. with 1d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*28.AP.14”, arr. “SOUTHAMPTON”.

PPC

10

8640

Wrapper printed 1/2d ovpt “LEVANT” canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*7.DE.19” to England. Rate introduced in 1870 and apparently allowed to overseas destinations.

W

15

8641

Cover fr. with 1pi./2 1/2d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*7.?.19” to London.

C

20

8642

Cover print “BANQUE DE SALONIQUE/Succursale de Smyrne” fr. with 2 1/2d British stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*18.JU.19” to Birminham.

C

10

8643

Registered cover fr. with 2X2d+2 1/2d British stamps canc. “REGISTERED SMYRNA*A*18.JU.19”, via “LONDON*3.JY.19” to Birminham.

C

20

8644

Registered cover fr. with 2X2d British stamps canc. “REGISTERED SMYRNA*A*5.NO.19”, arr. “NEW YORK*26.11.19”.

C

8

8645

Front cover fr. with 2 1/2d British stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*15.AP.22” to Leeds.

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8646

Cover fr. with 4X1/2d British stamps+1/2 British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*9. AP.20” to London.

C

12

8647

Cover fr. with 2 1/2d British stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*21.MY.20” to London.

C

10

8648

Cover printed “INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE/SMYRNA, TURKEY (the word TURKEY crossed out since Smyrne was under Greek High Commision)/Asia Minor”, fr. with 2 1/2d British stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*26.MR.21” to Boston.

C

10

8649

Front cover fr. with 2 1/2d British stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*6.NO.20” to Leeds.

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8650

Cover fr. with 2 1/2d British stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*B*27.NO.20” to London.

C

8

8651

Registered cover fr. with 1 3/4d+1d British Levant stamps canc. “REGISTERED SMYRNA*A*12.JA.21”, via “LONDON*24.JA.21”, arr. “KANSA CITY*11.FEB.1921”.

C

100

8652

Cover fr. with 2 1/2d British stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*13.JA.22”, arr. “LONDON W.C.*13.JA.22”.

C

8

8653

Cover fr. with 2 1/2d British stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*5.JY.19”, arr. “ALEXANDRIA*27.VII.19”.

C

10

8654

Registered cover fr. with 2X1d+2 1/2d British stamps canc. “REGISTERED SMYRNA*A*17.MY.22”, via “BRITISH POST OFFICWE CONSTANTINOPLE*20.MY.22” and “LYON GARE*25.5.22”, arr. “FECAMP*27.5.22”.

C

10

8655

British postal card print 1d QV canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA*A*5.JA.86”, via “WIEN*7/1/86” to France. Also “S” in bars Stampoul canc.

PS

100

8656

British postal card print 1d QV canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*C*24.AP.89” to London. Also “S” in bars Stampoul canc.

PS

100

8657

Registered cover fr. with 80pa./5d QV British Levant canc. “R” and “BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE*C*7.JY.92”, via “LONDON”, arr. “LEEDS*11.JY.92”.

C

20

8658

Cover fr. with 1pi./2 1/2d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE STAMBOUL*16.NO.09” to Boston.

C

8

8659

Cover fr. with 10pa./2 1/2d QV British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE STAMBOUL*10.SP.95”, arr. “CHICAGO*26.SEP.1895”.

C

20

8660

Registered cover fr. with 2pi./5d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE STAMBOUL*4.FE.09” to Leeds.

C

20

8661

“Constantinople” PPC fr. with 1d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE STAMBOUL*20.FE.09” to England.

PPC

OFFER

8662

“Constantinople” PPC fr. with 1d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE STAMBOUL*20.DE.11” to USA.

PPC

OFFER

8663

“Constantinople” PPC fr. with 1d British Levant stamp canc. “BRITISH POST OFFICE STAMBOUL*22.SP.09” to London.

PPC

12

FRENCH P.O. 8664

1885-1922 French Levant stamps, hinged and used not in complete sets. Catalog value (Yvert approx. 515 Euros). Total 149 stamps. Nice lot.

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50

8665

1825-1930 Alaouites stamps, hinged and used not in complete sets. Catalog value (Yvert 79 Euros). Total 29 stamps.

*/o

5

8666

French Levant stamps canc. “ALEXANDRETTE” and Syrian stamps ovpt “Sandjak d’Alexanrete”. Cat. value (Yv. 46 Euros).

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8667

French stamps with Alexandria canc. and 1899-1928 “ALEXANDRIE” stamps (not in complete sets). Six gutter pairs included, two of them with numbers. Total 165 stamps, catalog value (Yv. approx. 715 Euros++). Nice lot.

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70

8668

“Alexandria” coloured PPC fr. with 5c “ALEXANDRIE” printed stamp (Yv. 51) cto “ALEXANDRIE EGYPTE*3. MAI.?”.

PPC

OFFER

8669

“Port Said” b&w early PPC fr. with 5c French stamp canc. “ALEXANDRIE EGYPTE*29.MAI.(92?)” to France. Oval cachet “BM” (Box Mobile).

PPC

10

8670

Commercial cover fr. with 25c French stamp canc. “ALEXANDRIE EGYPTE*27.FEVR.97” to Nottingham.

C

8

8671

Early coloured PPC fr. with 10c French stamp canc. “ALEXANDRIE EGYPTE*24.AVRIL.00”, arr. “ROMA*1.5.00”.

PPC

8

8672

Large part of cover fr. with 50c “ALEXANDRIE” printed stamp (Yv. 30) canc. “ALEXANDRIE EGYPTE*23. AOUT.05”, arr. “TEHERAN*12.9.05”.

Δ

10

8673

French and French Levant stamps with Beirut canc. Total 36 items, catalog value (Yv. approx. 100 Euros).

o

10

8674

EL from “BEIRUT SYRIE*10.NOV.(64)” , arr. “MARSEILLE...”. Boxed “PAQUEBOT/DE LA/MEDITERRANEE”. Rate mark “10”.

EL

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8675

Registered cover fr. with 2X15c Levant stamp ovpt “1 Piastre/Beyrouth” canc. “BEYROUTH SYRIE*27. JANV.1905” to New York, arr. “NEW YORK*20.2.1906”. According to Armstrong (pp 65, 66) this stamp was on sale from 17th January 1905 to 28th January 1905. VERY RARE.

8676

C

400

“Nazareth” coloured PPC fr. with 2X5c French Levant stamps canc. “BEYROUTH SYRIE*9.JUIL.07” to France.

PPC

OFFER

8677

“Brousse” coloured PPC written “29.8.21” fr. with 4pi./20pa/30c French Levant stamp (Yv.33) canc. “TRE(SOR ST POSTES...).

PPC

OFFER

8678

French Levant stamps two canc. “CASTELORIZO CORPS D’OCCUPATION” and one canc. “CASTELORIZO... OCCUPATION/1E ARM...”.

o

30

8679

1893-1900 “Cavalle” ovpt on French stamps, set to 4pi./1F with multiples. Total of 18 stamps, m. (Hellas 1/81000E).

*

200

8680

1893-1900 “Cavalle” ovpt on French stamps, set to 8pi./2F with multiples (10c-type I high value stamp missing). Total of 24 stamps, u. (Hellas 1/3+5/9-955E).

o

180

8681

1902-1912 “Cavalle” inscription, complete set of 7 values with multiples plus 15c. rose-red. Total of 18 stamps, m. (Hellas 10/16+12a-178E).

*

55

8682

1902-1912 “Cavalle” inscription, complete set of 7 values with multiples plus 15c. rose-red. Total of 24 stamps, u. (Hellas 10/16+12a-127E).

o

40

8683

Cover fr. with 5c+10c+15c+25c+50c+4Pi./1F “Cavalle” ovt canc. “CAVALLE TURQUIE*54.JANV.94” to Damas. (Hellas 1+3+5/8).

C

80

8684

5c 1893-1900 Cavalle ovpt in vertical strip of 4 canc. “CAVALLE TURQUIE*23.JANV.94” on fragment. (Hellas 1-100E).

Δ

25

8685

4Χ10c 1893-1900 Cavalle ovpt (strip of 3, one missing) canc. “CAVALLE TURQUIE*17.FEVR.94” on fragment. (Hellas 3-120E).

Δ

30

8686

1919-1920 Cilicie ovpt on Ottoman and French stamps including blocks with gutter pairs. Catalog value (Yvert) approx. 186 Euros.

**/*

15

8687

Cover from “Sinope/Janv 8th -1854” pass through “CONSTANTINOPLE (TURQUIE)*15.JANV.54” French P.O., via “JV*29.JA.1854” (London), arr. “HORNDEAN*30.JA.1854”.

C

8

8688

EL from “CONSTANTINOPLE (TURQUIE)*3.MARS.56”, via “PARIS*12.MARS.56” and “DK*13.MR.1856” (London), arr. “ABERDEEN*14.MR.1856”.

EL

18

8689

EL from “CONSTANTINOPLE (TURQUIE)*28.AOUT.56”, via “PARIS*8.SEPT.56” and “GI*8.SP.1856” (London), arr. “HULL*9.SP.1856”.

EL

10

8690

Small cover fr. with 40c French stamp (Yv.31) canc. dotted “5083” and “CONSTANTINOPLE TURQUIE*17. MARS.6?”. Flap missing on reverse.

C

OFFER

8691

EL canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE TURQUIE*30.DEC.57”, arrival canc. on reverse.

EL

15

8692

EL canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE TURQUIE*28.JUIL.69”, boxed “PAQUEBOT/DE LA MEDITERRANEE”, arr. “MARSEILE*8.AOUT.69”.

EL

8

8693

Cover fr. with 1pi./25c French Levant stamp canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE TURQUIE*20.NOV.90”, arr. “SOPHIA*9.XI.90”.

C

OFFER

8694

French postal card print 10c. type “sage” canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE TURQUIE*?.?.99”, arr. “BERLIN*22.5.99”.

PS

OFFER

8695

“Constantinople” coloured PPC fr. with 5c French Levant stamp canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE POSTEFRANCAISE*31-8-12” to Anvers.

PPC

OFFER

8696

“Les anciens murs de Constantinople” b&w early PPC fr. with 10c. French stamp canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE TURQUIE*18.NOV.00”, arr. “VENEZIA” (not clear). Redirected to Spezia and fr. with 2c. Italian stamp canc. “VENEZIA*6.12.00”, arr. “SPEZIA*8.NOV.00”.

PPC

40

8697

“Constantinople” early PPC fr. with 10c. French stamps “CONSTANTINOPLE TURQUIE*18.MARS.01” to England.

PPC

OFFER

8698

French P.O. In Constantinople: 1852-1862 Petit Chiffres “3707”, 1862-onwards Gros Chiffres “5083”, “CONSTANTINOPLE TURQUIE” and “TRESOR ET POSTES 506”.

o

OFFER

8699

“CONSTANTINOPLE GALATA” and “CONSTANTINOPLE GALATA POSTE FRANCSE” canc. on 23 French and French Levant stamps. Catalog value as used stamps (Yv.) = 134 Euros.

o

12

8700

Cover fr. with 5c. French stamp canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE GALATA TURQUIE*8.MAI.00”, arr. “SALONIQUE TURQUIE*12.MAR.00”.

C

6

8701

“Banque Imperiale Ottomane” postal card fr. with 2X5c. French stamp canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE GALATA POSTE FRANCSE*19.3.03”, arr. “PFORZHEIM*22.3.03”. Both stamps with perfin “BIO”. VF.

PPC

8

8702

“Constantinople” early PPC fr. with 10c. French Levant stamp canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE GALATA POSTE FRANCSE*6.10.03”, arr. “DIEPPE SEINE*10.10.03”.

C

OFFER

8703

“Brousse” early PPC fr. with 5c. French Levant stamp canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE GALATA POSTE FRANCSE*19.12.06” to England.

PPC

5

8704

Early coloured PPC fr. with 5c. French Levant stamp canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE GALATA POSTE FRANCSE*12.1.04” to Bourgas (Bulgaria).

PPC

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8705

Registered cover fr. with 2pi./50c. French Levant stamp canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE GALATA POSTE FRANCSE*26.8.07” to Austrian. Part of cover is cut and part of the flap is missing.

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8706

“Constantinople” PPC fr. with 10c. French Levant stamp canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE GALATA POSTE FRANCSE*29.4.05” to Bruxelles. On arrival taxed with 10c+20c Belgian postage due stamps canc. “BRUXELLES*3.MAI.1905”.

PPC

60

8707

PPC mailed from “STANFORDVILLE*22.NOV.1905” to Trebizonde, via “CONSTANTINOPLE GALATA ARRIVEES*4.DECEBRE.1905” in blue.

PPC

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8708

“CONSTANTINOPLE PERA POSTE FRANCSE” canc. on French Levant stamps.

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8709

Constantinople” PPC fr. with 5c. French Levant stamp canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE PERA POSTE FRANCSE*4.3.05”, arr. “LE CARNET”.

PPC

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8710

PPC fr. with 5c. French Levant stamp canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE PERA POSTE FRANCSE*17.5.05” to Paris.

PPC

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8711

Postal card print 10c. French Levant canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE PERA POSTE FRANCSE*11.9.09”, via “SMYRNE TURQUIE D’ASIE*13.9.09” and “ALEXANDRIA*17.IX.09”, arr. “CAIRO*17.IX.09”.

PPC

5

8712

Canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE STAMBOUL POSTE FRANCSE” on French or French Levant stamps.

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8713

“Constantinople” PPC fr. with 1c+4c French Levant stamps canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE STAMBOUL POSTE FRANCSE*8.4.06” to Kent.

PPC

4

8714

Commercial cover (Greek firm) fr. with 4X30pa/5c+3pi/30pa/25c French Levant stamps canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE STAMBOUL POSTE FRANCSE*19.4.22” to England.

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8715

Cover written at Broussa fr. with 7pi/20pa/50c French Levant stamp canc. “CONSTANTINOPLE GALATA POSTE FRANCSE*6.7.22”, arr. “BROOKLYN*22.JUL.1922”.

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8716

1902-1913 Crete issue, complete set of 15 values in hinged and used copies with multiples, total 28 items. (Hellas 1/15-281 Euros).

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70

8717

Canc. “DARDANELLES TURQUIE” on French and French Levant stamps.

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8718

EL written “Salonicco 22 Marzo 1848” to Marseile. Boxed “PAQUEBOTS DE LA MEDITERANNEE” in red, via “DARDANELLES (POSTES)*23.MARS.1848”, arr. “MARSEILLE*7.AVRIL.48”. Also on front cachet “PURIFIE AU LAZARET/MALTE” and disinfections slits.

EL

120

8719

EL written “Dardanelles 13 Janv 1865” fr. with 2X20c+10c French stamps canc. “5084” Gros Chiffres (Dardanelles), via “MARSEILLE*18.JANV.65”, arr. “LYON*19.JANV.65”.

EL

200

8720

Unpaid EL written in Greek “Δαρδανέλιαν την 4 7βρίου 1874” canc. “LES DARDANELLES*16.SEPT.74” (calendar difference) to Patras. Tax stamp “45LEP”, fr. on arrival with 5l.+40l. Large Hermes Heads 1871/76 issue and canc. “ΠΑΤΡΑΙ*8.ΣΕΠΤ.74”. On reverse transit canc. “ΑΘΗΝΑΙ” and “ΠΕΙΡΑΙΕΥΣ”.

EL

100

8721

1893-1900 “Dedeagh” ovpt, complete set of 9 values plus multiples, total of 12 stamps, m. (Hellas 1/9-200E).

*

200

8722

1902-1913 “DEDEAGH” inscription, complete set of 7 values plus 15c in orange colour and multiples, total of 10 stamps, m. (Hellas 10/16-12a-100E).

*

27

8723

1893-1913 “DEDEAGH” stamps, both issues no complete sets with multiples, total 27 stamps, u. (Hellas 1+3/8+10/13+15/16+12a-617Euros).

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150

8724

French P.O. in Galatz (Rumania): Dotted canc. (Gros Chiffres) “5085” in blue on 3X40c French stamps (Yv.31).

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50

8725

French Levant postal card print 10c. canc. “JAFFA PALESTINE*4.AVRIL.07”, via “PORT SAID*5.4.07”, arr. “HAMBURG*11.4.07”.

PS

12

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PS

5

o

20

8726

Canc. “JAFFA” (2 types) and “JERUSALEM” on French Levant stamps.

8727

French Levant postal card print 10c. canc. “JERUSALEM PALESTINE*13.AVRIL.04”, arr. “NEWPORT*24. AP.04”.

8728

Canc. “KERASUNDE TURQUIE D’ASIE” (2 types) on French Levant stamps.

8729

Canc. “LATTAQUIE SYRIE” on French Levant stamps and Syrian stamps 1931-33 ovpt “LATTAQUIE”. Catalog value (Yvert) = 16 Euros.

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8730

Lebanon stamps from 1924 to 1945, 23 items in total, catalog value (Yv.) approx. 78 Euros++.

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8

8731

Cover fr. with 2X2pi./40c. Liban stamp (Yv.31) canc. “BEYROUTH*6.9.24” to USA. Small part of flap on reverse is missing.

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8732

Cover fr. with 3X5pi. 1940 Lebanon stamp canc. “BEYROUTH*7.XI.44”. Two censor tapes, “opened by censor” on one and French censor cachet.

C

3

8733

Mersina: Gros Chiffres cachet “5092” and “MERSINA TURQUIE D’ASIE” on French and French Levant stamps.

o

50

8734

Metelin: Gros Chiffres cachet “5093” on French Empire stamps.

o

80

8735

Philipville Algeria: Gros Chiffres “5055” on French Ceres stamp.

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8736

1893, 1895 “Port-Lagos” ovpt, used and hinged sets with multiples, both with 2pi./50c high value stamp missing. Total 14 stamps plus 3 forgeries. (Hellas 1/4+6-930E).

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8737

Registered cover fr. with 5c+10c+15c+1pi./25c+2pi./50c “Port-Lagos” ovpt canc. “PORT-LAGOS*23. NOV.94” to Mondenegro. (Hellas 1/5).

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8738

Port Said: ovpt and inscription stamps between 1899 and 1928. Total 95 items, not in complete sets. Catalog value (Yv.) 708 Euros.

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65

8739

Early PPC fr. with 10c French stamp ovpt “PORT SAID” canc. “PORT SAID EGYPTE*26.OCT.00” to England.

PPC

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8740

Early “Suez” PPC fr. with 10c “PORT SAID” inscription stamp canc. “PORT SAID EGYPTE*27.MAI.05” to Bombay, India.

PPC

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8741

Early “Port Said” PPC fr. with 2X5c “PORT SAID” inscription stamps canc. “PORT SAID EGYPTE*11.JUIL.03” to England. Octagonal canc. “LIGNE N PAQ. FR. No 3*13.JUIL.03”.

PPC

8

8742

“Port Said” PPC fr. with 1m/1c “PORT SAID” inscription stamp cto “PORT SAID*14.1.24”.

PPC

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8743

Canc. “RHODES TURQUIE D’ASIE” on French, French Levant and “ALEXANDRIE” inscription stamps. Total 21 items.

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8744

Ile Rouad, 1916-1920 issue, complete set of 13 values plus 1c in grey-black (5c stamp defective), m. Also the same set used without the 30c+20pi./5F values. (Yv. 4/16-133E).

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15

8745

Gros Chiffres cachet “5095” and canc. “SALONIQUE TURQUIE*11.NOV.62” on 10c French Empire stamp in strip of 5. Rare.

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100

8746

Canc. “SALONIQUE TURQUIE” on French and French levant stamps.

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8747

French postal card print 10c. canc. “SALONIQUE TURQUIE*8.AVRIL.92”, arr. “GALATZ*12.AP.92”. Card with small faults.

PS

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8748

“Salonique” early PPC fr. with 2X5c French Levant stamps canc. “SALONIQUE TURQUIE QTER FRANC*19. JUIN.03” to Constantinople.

PPC

30

8749

Canc. “SAMSUN TURQUIE” on French and French Levant stamps. Total 12 items.

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15

8750

Smyrne: petit chiffres “3709”, gros chiffres “5098” and “SMYRNE TURQUIE D’ASIE” on French and French Levant stamps. Catalog value (Yv.) as used stamps = 240 Euros.

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20

8751

“E[hese” bluish early PPC fr. with 10c French stamp canc. “SMYRNE TURQUIE D’ASIE*6.AVRIL.01” to England.

PPC

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8752

French postal card print 10c canc. “SMYRNE TURQUIE D’ASIE*13.SEPT.02”, arr. “VERDINGEN*19.9.02”.

PS

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8753

“Smyrne” early PPC fr. with 10c French Levant canc. “SMYRNE TURQUIE D’ASIE*19.MARS.06” to England.

PPC

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8754

Syria: french ovpt stamps (22 items), two covers from “HALEB” and “BEYROUTH” and one PPC. Catalog value (Yv. 25Euros+).

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8755

Canc. “TREBIZONDE TURQUIE D’ASIE*1.MARS.01” on French and Frech Levant stamps.

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8756

Cover fr. with 1pi./25c French Levant stamp canc. “TREBIZONDE TURQUIE D’ASIE*11.FEVR.88”, via “CONSTANTINOPLE TURQUIE*15.FEVR” and “PARIS A CALAIS*20.FEVR.88”, arr. “LONDON*25.FE.88”.

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40

8757

French postal card print 10c canc. “TREBIZONDE TURQUIE D’ASIE*13.JUIL.96”, via “CONST. GALATA TURQUIE*17.JUIL.96”, arr. “EAST LONDON*14.AU.96”. File holes.

PS

10

8758

Tripoli (Lebanon): petit chiffres “3773”, “TRIPOLI SYRIE”, and “TRIPOLI VILLE SYRIE” canc. on French and French Levant stamps.

o

15

8759

1893, 1900 Vathy ovpt, set of 10 values (10c type I missing) in used or hinged copies. (Hellas 1/4+6/11529E).

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100

8760

French Levant postal card print 10c canc. “VATHY SAMOS*25.MARS.06”, arr. “SMYRNE TURQUIE D’ASIE*27.MARS.06”.

PS

20

8761

French Levant (FFL): 1942 complete year (except 50c/4pi on Syrian stamp), both hinged and used. (Yv.42/50+A1/7-105E).

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10

GERMAN P.O. 8762

Small collection of German Levant (57 stamps) cancelled with “SMYRNA”, “JAFFA” and “JERUSALEM” post marks. (Michel catalog price 1586 euros).

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160

8763

Small collection of around 120 stamps, most of them cancelled with “CONSTANTINOPLE” post mark. Also contains some German levant in mint condition and some cancelled with “BEIRUT” post mark from 1872 issues to 1913. (Michel catalog price around 8000 euros).

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700

8764

Unused Postal Stationery. Small collection of 5 imprinted 20pa/10pf. PS plus 20pa/10pf. imprinted cover, between 1889-1900, unused. VF.

PS

50

8765

“ROSINENSTEMPEL”. This type of cancel, boxed “SMYRNA/14 DEC. 1910/ DEUTSCHE POSTE”, was used EXCLUSIVELY on commercial samples of dried figs and raisins. This almost complete address panel was carefully removed from the top of the package and shown an apparently original note from the addressee, Konrad Starke, considering this item. RRRR.

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735

8766

“Service telegraphique special pour la Syrie” cover fr. with 10pf. German stamps in vertical pair and posted from “BEIRUT*DEUTSCHE POST*4/9 00” to Leipzig.

C

260

8767

Cover fr. with 10pa/5pf. German levant stamp and posted from “BEIRUT*DEUTSCHE POST*12/1 04”, arr. “ALEXANDRIE*14.I.04”.

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8768

5c/5pf. newspaper wrapper posted from “JERUSALEM”.

8769

PPC “Damas” (badly damaged) fr. with 10pa/5pf in pair and posted from “BEIRUT*DEUTSCHE POST*3/8 04” with linear “TIMBRES AU DOS.”, arr. “ST.LOUIS*22 AUG. 1904”.

8770 8771 8772

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5

PPC

5

20pa/10pf. German levant PS, posted from “BEIRUT*DEUTSCHE POST*24/6 09”, arr. “DIJON* 5 JUIL 1909”.

PS

15

20pa/10pf. German levant PS, posted from “BEIRUT*DEUTSCHE POST*6/11 09”, arr. “PORT SAID*9 XI 09”.

PS

15

NORTH GERMAN CONFEDERATION. 1gr. + 2gr. on fragment cancelled with “CONSTANTINOPEL-N.P.A. 2-3N.*10/6 70”. Signed by Bothe and Colombi.

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175

8773

Cover fr. with 2gr. in pair (Mi. V20) and posted from “KAISERL.DEUTSCH. P.A. CONSTANTINOPEL*2-3 N.*1/5 73” with linear “via de Varna” and orange boxed “PD”, arr. “MANCHESTER*8 MY 73”.

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80

8774

Cover fr. with 1/2gr. + 2 1/2gr. (Mi. 18+21) and posted from “KAISERL. DEUTSCH. P.A. CONSTANTINOPEL*12-IN*30/3 74” with manuscript “via Odessa”, via “AUSGARE” to Leipzig.

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175

8775

1/2gr. + 1gr. + 2 1/2gr. on fragment cancelled with “KAISERL. DEUTSCH. P.A. CONSTANTINOPEL*12IN*18/2 75”.

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170

8776

Cover fr. with 20pf. and posted from “KAISERL. DEUTSCH. P.A. CONSTANTINOPEL*2-IN*28 I 76” with manuscript “Via de Varna”, arr. “LYON*3 FEVR. 76”.

C

40

8777

Cover fr. with 20pf. and posted from “KAISERL. DEUTSCH. P.A. CONSTANTINOPEL*2-3 N*31/10 77”, arr. “HAMBURG*8 11 77”.

C

50

8778

Double 10pf. + 10pf. postal card posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL*1*DEUTSCHE POST*24 I 85”.

PS

5

8779

10pf. PS posted from “KAISERL.DEUTSCH.P.A. CONSTANTINOPEL*2-3N*13/2 83”, arr. “LIEGE*19 FEB. 1883”.

PS

5

8780

Cover fr. with 1pi/20pf. (1884 issue) and posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL DEUTSCHE POST*2/3/85” with manuscript “via Varna”, arr. “L.1.*6 3” (Leipzig).

C

10

8781

2x10pf. PS + 2x20pa/10pf. PS, all posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL/1*DEUTSCHE POST” and arr. “NEUGNATEL”, “STUTTGARD”, “WIEN” and “SONDERSHAUSEN” (linear post mark).

PS

20

8782

Registered 10pf. postal stationery cover fr. with 10pf. + 20pf. and posted from “BERLIN 19*6-7N*2/3 88”, arr. “CONSTANTINOPEL 1*DEUTSCHE POST*26 3 88”.

C

35

8783

10pf. PS posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 1*DEUTSCHE POST*30 8 88”, arr. “PRAG*2 9 88”.

PS

10

8784

3x20pa/10pf. PS posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 1*DEUTSCHE POST”, arr. “”LEIZIG”, “BERLIN” and “PARIS”.

PS

18

8785

Cover fr. with 1pi/20pf. and posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 1*DEUTSCHE POST*20/10 90”.

C

20

8786

Rgistered cover fr. with 10pf. in pair + 1pi/20pf. (mixed franking of German and German levant stamps) and posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 2*DEUTSCHE POST*23.9 93”, via “AUSG.*27 9” to Mayence (Mainz, Germany).

C

60

8787

20pa/10pf. postal stationery cover fr. with 10pa/5pf German Levant in pair and posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 1*DEUTSCHE POST*22 5 94”, arr. “MAINZ*25.5.94”.

C

35

8788

20pa/10pf. postal letter card, posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 2*DEUTSCHE POST*25/10 98”, arr. “BERLIN”.

PS

5

8789

20pa/10pf. postal letter card, posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 1*DEUTSCHE POST*5/7 94”.

PS

5

8790

20pa/10pf. postal letter card, posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 1*DEUTSCHE POST*21/5 02”.

PS

5

8791

20pa/10pf. postal letter card, posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL*DEUTSCHE POST*7/2 95”, arr. “BERLIN”.

PS

5

8792

20pa/10pf. postal letter card, posted from “SMYRNA*DEUTSCHE POST*14/7 00”, arr. “LUBECK*22.7.00”.

PS

5

8793

LATE USE OF GERMAN STAMPS. Printed 3pf. wrapper fr. with 3pf. (Mi.45a+M45G) and posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 1*DEUTSCH POST*21 4 98”. Although overprinted staps for use in Constantinople were introduced in 1884, unoverprinted German issues remained valid for postages in the Turkish offices as long as they were valid in Germany. Signed by BOTHE.

W

175

8794

Commemorative PPC bearing 9 different stamps cancelled with “CONSTANTINOPEL*27/10 98” post mark from 6 different foreign post offices (Turkish, Austrian, German, Bulgarian, English and French) operated in Constantinople. All the post marks have the same date (27/10/98).

PPC

75

8795

Cover fr. with 1 1/4pi/5pf. German levant and posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 2*DEUTSCHE POST*29 3 99”, arr. “KLOESTERLE”.

C

50

8796

PPC fr. with 10pa/5pf.German Levant in vertical pair and posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL*DEUTSCHE POST*10 9 00”, arr. “HAMBURG*13.9.00”.

PPC

10

8797

20pa/10pf. PS posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 1*DEUTSCHE POST*21 4 02”, arr. “BERLIN”.

PS

5

8798

20pa/10pf. PS posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 2*DEUTSCHE POST*14 3 03”, arr. “EISENACH*17.3.03”.

PS

5

8799

20pa/10pf. PS with attached real photo on reverse, posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 1*DEUTSCHE POST*17 7 02” to Azores.

PS

10

8800

20pa/10pf. PS posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 3*DEUTSCHE POST*4/4 05”, arr. “FRANKFURT*7.4.05”.

PPC

15

8801

PPC “Anadolou-Hissar. Salut de Constantinople” fr. with 20pa/10pf. German Levant and posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 1*DEUTSCHE POST*22/4 04” to England.

PPC

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8802

The german Levant stamps which were surcharged with script style, were the German stamps inscribed “DEUTSCHES REICH” and were issued on 1/10/1905. This PS shows the inprinted stamp in use previously. The PS is alearly Philatelic and posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL DEUTSCHE POST*28.905”, arr. “APOLDA*1.10.05”. It is unusual carrying the earlier style “REICHPOST” imprint together with the new style surcharge.

PS

5

8803

Double 20pa/10pf. + 20pa/10pf. postal letter card, posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 2*DEUTSCHE POST*? 12 05”, arr. “BERLIN”.

PS

5

8804

Cover fr.with 2x20pa/10pf. and posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 1/DEUTSCHE POST*21.9.06”, arr. “ZURICH*24.IX.06”

C

10

8805

Cover fr. with 10pa/5pf. and posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL/DEUTSCHE POST*23.7.08”.

C

5

8806

Cover fr.with 2x20pa/10pf. and posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 2*DEUTSCHE POST*25 4 07”, arr. “NORWICH*AP 29 07”.

C

5

8807

“CONSTANTINOPEL 1*DEUTSCHE POST*1 11 94” and “SMYRNA/FIELDPOST/MIL MISS*5.9.1918”.

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8808

Inprinted 20pa/10pf. PS and PS fr. with 20pa/10pf., both posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 1/DEUTSCHE POST”.

PS

10

8809

Imprinted 10c/10pf. PS, posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL/DEUTSCHE POST*19.9.09”.

PS

5

8810

Cover fr. with 1pi/20pf. and posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL/DEUTSCHE POST*29.5.1?”, to Berlin.

C

5

8811

Colour PPC fr. with 10pa/5pf. + 20pa/10pf. German Levant and posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 3*DEUTSCHE POST*9 5 10” to Frankfurt.

PPC

5

8812

2 imprinted 20pa/10pf. postal letter cards, both posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 1/DEUTSCHE POST”.

PS

5

8813

Cover fr. with 1pi/20pf. posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 3*DEUTSCHE POST*29 11 12”.

C

5

8814

PPC “Damas, Bazar Midan” fr. with 10pa./5pf. German levant in pair and posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 1/ DEUTSCHE POST*12.4.14” to USA.

PPC

5

8815

Colour PPC “Constantinople. Caserne Selimie a Haidar Pacha” fr. with 20pa/10pf. German Levant and posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 3*DEUTSCHE POST*6/9 09” to London.

PPC

5

8816

PPC “CONSTANTINOPLE - Le nouveau Port” (sepia) fr. with 20pa/10pf. German Levant and posted from “CONSTANTINOPEL 3*DEUTSCHE POST*13/12 13” to London.

PPC

10

8817

German Military Forces. Military cover posted from “KONSTANTINOPEL/FIELDPOST/MIL MISS*21-9-1918” to Berlin.

C

20

8818

Cover with boxed canc. “Aus Jerusalem/Deutsche post.” fr. with 2x20pa/10pf. and posted from “JAFFA*DEUTSCHE*25/4 05”, arr. “JULICH*3.5.05”.The “Aus Jerusalem” handstamp was applied at the Jaffa post office on mail picked up by the post coachman at letter boxes other than at the main Jerusalem office and other post boxes on his way too Jaffa. Post coaches were still used in 1905, because the Turkish authorities would not permit foreign post offices to use the railways.

C

160

8819

Cover with a very clear boxed “Aus Ramleh/(Palastina)” fr. with 1pi/20pf. German Levant and posted from “JAFFA*DEUTSCHE POST*2/2 10”. In 1910 Ramleh (now Ramallah) had a population of about 8000. The main village industries involed cotton and soap.

C

90

8820

PPC with 2-line “Aus Sarona/per Jaffa [Deutsche post]”. The PPC was apparently official collected from Sarona, by a postal coach. The PPC taxed on arrival with a 20pa/10pf. German levant and cancelled with “JAFFA*DEUTSCHE POST*3 2 13”.

PPC

190

8821

Colour PPC fr. with 20pa/10pf. and posted from “JERUSALEM*DEUTSCHE POST*21/3 04”, arr. “OSKARSHAMN*5/4 1904”. PPC with faults.

PPC

5

8822

PPC “Fontaine de la Vierge. The fountain of Virgin” fr. with 10pa/5pf. German Levant and posted from “JERUSALEM*DEUTSCHE POST*14 2 04”.

PPC

5

8823

10c/10pf imprinted PS with a very clear boxed “Aus Ramleh/(Palastina)” carried by coachman. Cancelled on arr. with “JERUSALEM/Deutsche Post*15.10.08.

PS

165

8824

2pf. “REICHSPOST” in bl.6 taxed on fragment and cancelled with “SMYRNA a*DEUTSCHE POST*1/1 01”.

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10

8825

2 “Smyrne” PPC’s fr. with 20pa/10pf. German Levant and posted from “SMYRNA a*DEUTSCHE POST”

PPC

20

8826

Imprinted 20pa/10pf. PS posted from “SMYRNA a*DEUTSCHE POST*29 3 07” to Chicago Stamp News. On arrival applied with a handstamp “Address suplied....Directory section”.

PS

15

8827

Cover fr. with 1pi/25pf. and posted from “SMYRNA b*DEUTSCHE POST*20.7.09”, arr. “KJOBENHAVN*26.7.09”.

C

10

8828

Fragment fr. with 20pa/10pf. + 1 1/4pi/25pf. German Levant and cancelled with “SMYRNA b*DEUTSCHE POST*10.5.11”.

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10

8829

Cover (contains the original 12 pages letter) fr. with 1pi/20pf. and posted from “SMYRNA b*DEUTSCHE POST*6.6.14” to Bucarest.

C

10

8830

German Sea Post. PPC records “Tonight we are going through the Suez canal” fr. with 10pf. German stamp and cancelled with “DEUTSCHE SEEPOST/OST ASIATISCHE HAUPTLINIE*11 6 07”, via “SUEZ*11.VI.07” to England.

PPC

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ITALIAN P.O. Cover fr. with 40pa/25c Italian stamps and posted from “SMIRNE UFFICIO POSTALE ITALIANO*21 APR. 10” to Milano.

C

25

8832

“SMIRNE UFFICIO POSTALE ITALIANO*22/6/08” on 40pa/25c. taxed on fragment.

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5

8833

Colour PPC “Constantinople-Les euax douces d’Europe” fr. with 10c. Italian stamp and posted from “CONSTANTINOPOLI*POSTE ITALIANE*4.8.10” to England.

PPC

5

8834

Registered cover fr. with 30pa/15c. with “Constantinopoli” overprint (1 more stamp missing) and posted from “CONSTANTINOPOLI*POSTE ITALIANE*23/12/13”, via “LONDON*20 DE 13” to Doncaster.

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20

8835

Registered cover fr. with 20pa/10c. Italian Levant in marginal pair and posted from “SMIRNE (UFF.POSTALE ITALIANO)*26/2/09, via “CONSTANTINOPOLI (GALATA)*POSTE ITALIANE*28.FEB.09”, arr. “ANVERS*4 MARS 09”.

C

35

8836

Cover fr. with 5c. + 20c. Italian stamps and posted from “POSTA MILITARE*171*30.4.19” to Birmingham.

C

50

8837

Cover fr. with 5c. (20c. missing) Italian stamp and posted from “POSTA MILITARE*171*31.3.20” to London.

C

30

8838

Cover fr. with 25c. Italian stamp and posted from “POSTA MILITARE*15*22.11.20” to Vienne.

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40

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150

8831

RUSSIAN P.O. 8839

Russian Levant stamps: Lot including 379 stamps from 1866 to 1913 placed on 13 exhibitional sheets. Few sets complete. Very nice lot. Catalog value (Michel) = 1200Euros+++.

8840

Russian Levant canccellations: lot including canc. of Constantinople, Beyrout, Samsun, Jaffa, Mersina, Metelin, Smyrna and Trebizonde on Russian or Russian Levant stamps placed on 13 exhibitional sheets. Nice lot.

o

50

8841

EL fr. with 2X10kop. Russian stamps canc. “ΚΟΗCTAΗΤΗΠΟΛb*8.ΑΠΡ.1867” with Russian P.O. Trebizonde arrival pmk on reverse dated “12.APR.1867”. VF.

EL

100

8842

Registered (on registration label “Post Russe/Constantinople”) commercial cover mailed from Constantinople, fr. with 1pi./10kop+2X20pa/4kop Russian Levant stamps canc. ilegible, arr. “GROFELD” and readdressed via “MUNCHEN*4.FEB.06”, arr. “GARMISCH*4.FEB.06”.

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50

8843

Registered cover fr. with 2pi./20kop+2X20pa/4kop+4X10pa/2kop Russian Levant stamps canc. by Constantinople’s Russian P.O. cachet, arr. “NEUFFEN*8.12.06”.

C

35

8844

Registered commercial cover fr. with 2X2pi./20kop Russian Levant stamps canc. by Constantinople’s Russian P.O. cachet (26.IV.1907), arr. “SALZBURG”.

C

32

8845

Russian postal card print 3kop and fr. add. with 1kop Russian stamp canc. by “R.O.P.I.T Constantinople cds (17.12.07) mailed in town. File holes.

PS

30

8846

Front cover (registered) fr. with 4X20pa/5kop Russian Levant stamp canc. by “R.O.P.I.T Constantinople cds (21.12.13).

Δ

12

8847

Russian double postal card print 4kop+4kop canc. by “R.O.P.I.T Jaffa cds (3.2.1901) to Leipzig.

PS

15

8848

Registered mailed receipt in Russian and in French (reverse) canc. by R.O.P.I.T Jaffa cds (11.7.1901) in VF condition.

PS

45

8849

Registered mailed receipt in Russian and in French (reverse) canc. by R.O.P.I.T Jaffa cds (22.X.10).

PS

20

8850

Private commercial postal card fr. with 1kop+3kop Russian stamps mailed from Gomel (18.10.13), arr. Jaffa showing R.O.P.I.T cds.

PPC

40

8851

Registered cover fr. with 2pi./20kop Russian Levant stamp mailed from R.O.P.I.T Mersina’s Russian P.O. (19. IV.13), via “ALEXANDRIA*2.IV.13” and “LONDON*28.AP.13”, arr. “BIRMINGHAM*29.AP.13”.

C

75

8852

Registered mailed receipt in Russian and in French (reverse) canc. by R.O.P.I.T Athos cds (20.XI.1911).

PS

15

8853

Commercial cover (showing very fine advert illustrations on reverse) fr. with 1pi./10kop canc. with R.O.P.I.T Metelin Russian P.O. cds (7.5.1913), arr. “BIRMINGHAM*.26.MY.13”. VF.

C

60

8854

“Port Said” coloured early PPC written “18 June 1901” fr. with 4kop. Russian stamp canc. with Port Said’s Russian P.O. cds to England.

PPC

8

8855

“Pont de Brut teke” b&w PPC fr. with 20pa/4kop Russian Levant stamp canc. with R.O.P.I.T Salonica’s Russian P.O. cachet (24.10.1907) to Patras.

PPC

25

8856

“Smyrne- Karatach” early b&w PPC fr. with 2X10pa/2kop Russian Levant stamp canc. with R.O.P.I.T Smyrna’s Russian P.O. cachet (28.4.1904) to Scotland. VF.

PPC

25

8857

“Constantinople” early coloured PPC fr. with 10pa/2kop Russian Levant stamp canc. with R.O.P.I.T Smyrna’s Russian P.O. cachet (20.11.1904) to Metelin.

PPC

10

8858

Private postal card mailed from Smyrne and fr. with 10kop bisected Russian Levant stamp (the Agency was run out of 5kop stamps) canc. with R.O.P.I.T. Smyrna’s Russian P.O. (13.Jan.1892), via R.O.P.I.T Constantinople P.O., arr. “POLA*31/1”. VF and RARE.

PPC

350

8859

Cover fr. with 2X10kop. Russian Levant stamps from Trbizonde’s Russian P.O. to Constantinople.

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8860

PPC fr. with 2X5pa/1kop. Russian Levant stamps from Trbizonde’s R.O.P.I.T Russian P.O. (28.9.12) to Rouen.

8861

Russian Levant postal card print 4kop., unused. VF.

PPC

45

PS

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ROMANIAN P.O. 8862

Cover fr. with 1pi/25b + 20pa/10b + 10pa/5b in pair and posted from “POSTA-ROMANA*COSPOLI*7 APR. 896”, arr. “BUCURESCI*8 APR. 96”.

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50

8863

Cover fr. with 1pi/25b + 20pa/10b + 10pa/5b and posted from “POSTA-ROMANA*COSPOLI*8 APR. 896”, arr. “BUCURESCI*GARA DE NORD*9 APR. 96”.

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50

8864

Cover fr. with 1pi/25b + 20pa/10b + 2x10pa/5b and posted from “POSTA-ROMANA*COSPOLI*20 APR. 896”, arr. “PLOESTI*GARA*21 APR. 96”.

C

20

8865

1896 Rumanian Levante post office, complete set of 3 values with black overprint, u. (Michel 1a/3a).

o

20

8866

Romanian Ship cancellations. Colour PPC fr. with 5b. and cancelled with maritime “TULCEA-GALATI”, arr. “GALATI”. Authendicated by Pascanu.

PPC

80

8867

Romanian Ship cancellations. 5 bani PS cancelled with maritime “SULINA-TULCEA*?? SEP 1902” to Constantinople.

PS

80

8868

Romanian Ship cancellations. Colour ppc “Constanta. Cercul Militar” fr. with 5bani in pair and cancelled with maritime “CONSTANTA-ALEXANDRIA*29 AUG. 907”, arr. “CONS/PLE-GALATA*30 AOUT 1907”

PPC

200

8869

Romanian Ship cancellations. Colour ppc “Constantinople. Eyoub-Corne-d’Or” fr. with 5bani and cancelled with maritime “ALEXANDRIA-CONSTANTA*24 SEP. 907”, arr. “BUCURESTI*?? SEP. 907”.

PPC

50

8870

Romanian Ship cancellations. Printed 10bani PS surcharged with “20 PARAS 20” and posted from “POSTA-ROMANA*COSPOLI*20 APR. 896” with large oval “EXPRESS*CONSPOLI-OSTENDA/CONSPOLICONSTANTA-BUCURESCI*20-APR.1896”. This handstamp probably used on a Roumanian steamer serving between Con/poli and Constanta and its arrival was scheduled to coincide with the departure of the Ostend Express. Arr. “BUCURESTI*21 APR. 896”.

PS

250

8871

Romanian Ship cancellations. Cover fr. with 5x1p (strip of 3 and a pair) British stamps and cancelled with maritime “CONSPOLI-CONSTANTA-BUCURESCI*12 SEP. 903”, arr. “WEYBRIDGE*SP 16 03”.

C

400

8872

Romanian Ship cancellations. 10c. Austrian PS, which was not accepted from Romanian postal authorities and the 10c. was indicated by pencil and cancelled with linear “SERVICIUL MARITIM ROMAN”, cancelled with maritime “ALEXANDRIA-CONSTANTA*21 AUG. 909” and “T” (tax) and on arrival taxed with 10bani postage due and cancelled with “BACAU*23 AUG. 909”. The overall result is an EXTREMELY scarce item of Levant postal history.

PS

400

8873

Romanian Ship cancellations. Colour ppc “Orta Kapou, entree du vieux Stamboul, Constantinople” fr. with Half Penny with “LEVANT” overprint and cancelled with “SMYRNE-CONSTANTINOPLE-CONSTANTA*30 MAI. 1908”. This very scarce canc. is known to have been used between April 1906 and December 1910.

PPC

360

8874

Romanian Ship cancellations. Printed “SERVICIUL MARITIM ROMAN” cover fr. with 1pi/2 1/2d. and posted from “BRITISH POST OFFICE*JA 29 10”, arr. “BECKENHAM*FE 3 10”.

C

50

8875

Romanian Ship cancellations. Fragment with 5bani + 10bani in vertical pair cancelled with “CONSTANTACONSTANTINOPLE-SMYRNE*19 SEP. 1910”. This very scarce canc. is known to have been used between April 1906 and December 1910.

Δ

70

8876

Roumanian Legation. Colour ppc “Ferner Bagtche” fr. with 5bani and cancelled with “LEGATIUNEA ROMANA*CONSTANTINOPOLI*26 NOV. 912”. Very few examples have survived and little is known of this service. The Legation was apparently used both to accept and dispatch mail.

PPC

150

8877

PPC “Constantinople. Vue panoramique de top Hane” fr. with 5bani + 10bani and cancelled with “POSTES ROUMAINES*CONSTANTINOPLE*7 9 1919” to Bucarest.

PPC

90

8878

Colour PPC “Cafe Turc” fr. with 5bani + 10bani and cancelled with “CONSTANTINOPLE POSTES ROUMAINES*21 X 19” to Holland.

PPC

70

8879

Colour PPC fr. with 10bani + 30bani, higher rate following the introduction of increased postal charges from 1st April 1921 and cancelled with “POSTES ROUMAINES*CONSTANTINOPLE*2.6.921” to Bucarest.

PPC

140

8880

Fragment with 30bani cancelled with “POSTES ROUMAINES*CONSTANTINOPLE*13*10*920”.

Δ

10

8881

1pi/2 1/2d. cancelled with “CONSPOLI-CONSTATZA-BUCAREST*2 OC 1906”.

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30

EGYPTIAN P.O. 8882

1874/75. 1pi. in “tete-beche” pair with plate flaw (pos.92), cancelled with “U.R. POSTE EGIZIANE*METELINO*16 NOV. 77”. RRR.

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350

8883

EGYPTIAN POST OFFICES IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. Bairout. The Egyptian post office in Beirout was opened on 14-7-1870 and closed on February 1872. A period of some 19 months only. 5pa. orange-yellow (SG 11) cancelled with “V.R. POSTE EGIZIANE*(BAIROUT)*29 APR. 1871”. Certificate by R.P.S. (2008). Superb. RRR.

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8884

EGYPTIAN POST OFFICES IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. Bairout. The Egyptian post office in Beirout was opened on 14-7-1870 and closed on February 1872. A period of some 19 months only. 5pa. orange-yellow (SG 11) cancelled with “V.R. POSTE EGIZIANE*BAIROUT*11 AGO. 1871”. VF. RRR.

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40

8885

EGYPTIAN POST OFFICES IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. Cavala. The Egyptian post office in Cavala was opened on 14-7-1870 and closed on February 1872. A period of some 19 months only. 1pi. red (3rd issue) cancelled with “V.R. POSTE EGIZIANE*CAVALLA*? DIC. 1872. VF. RRR.

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8886

EGYPTIAN POST OFFICES IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. Bairout. The Egyptian post office in Beirout was opened on 14-7-1870 and closed on February 1872. A period of some 19 months only. 5pa. orange-yellow (SG 11) cancelled with “V.R. POSTE EGIZIANE*BAIROUT*25 NOV. 1871”. VF. RRR.

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40

8887

EGYPTIAN POST OFFICES IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. Bairout. The Egyptian post office in Beirout was opened on 14-7-1870 and closed on February 1872. A period of some 19 months only. 5pi. brown (SG 16) cancelled with “V.R. POSTE EGIZIANE*BAUIROUT*29 APR. 1871”. F. RRR.

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8888

EGYPTIAN POST OFFICES IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. Galipoli. The Egyptian post office in Galipoli was opened on 1868 and closed on 1881. 10pa. lilac cancelled with “POSTE EGIZI..*GALIPOLI”. In 2 different cancellations.

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30

8889

EGYPTIAN POST OFFICES IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. Tripoli. 1pi. red 1872 issue cancelled with “V.R. POSTE EGIZIANE*TRIPOLI*23 OTT. 1871”. Large cut on the stamp.

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10

8890

EGYPTIAN POST OFFICES. Gedda. The Egyptian post office in Gedda was opened on 8-6-1865 and closed on 30-6-1181. Small collection of 13 stamps of 1870 and 1872 cancelled with “POSTE VICE-REALI EGIZIANE*GEDDA”. F-VF.

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8891

EGYPTIAN POST OFFICES. Volo. The Egyptian post office in Gedda was opened on 1870 and closed on 1872. 1pi. blue 1870 and 20pa. red of 1872 cancelled with “V.R. POSTE EGIZIANE*VOLO”. 20pa. with certificate from “The Egypt Study Circle” (1993).

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8892

EGYPTIAN POST OFFICES. Smyrna. The Egyptian post office in Smyrna was opened on 14/11/1865 and closed on 30/06/1881. Small collection of 14 stamps cancelled with “POSTE VICE-REALI EGIZIANE*SMIRNE”. (SG 13,14,15,30,31,35,45 and 46).

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8893

Constantinople. The post offive was opened on 13/06/1865 and closed on 30/06/1881. Small collection of 11 stamps cancelled with “V.R. POSTE EGIZIANE*CONSTANTINOPOLI”. F-VF. (SG 14,29,31,32,35, and 45).

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8894

EGYPT CONSULAR OFFICES. Constantinople. The post offive was ppened on August 1865 and closed on May 1875. Small collection of 8 stamps of 1861 and 1866, cancelled with “POSTE VICE-REALI EGIZIANE*CONSTANTINOPOLI”.

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50

8895

EGYPTIAN EX-TERRITORIAL POST OFFICES. MEDITTERANEAN PORTS TURKEY IN EUROPE. Constantinople. Small collection of 39 stamps of 1867,1872,1874 and 1879, cancelled with “V.R. POSTE EGIZIANE*CONSTANTINOPOLI”.

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8896

EGYPTIAN EX-TERRITORIAL POST OFFICES. MEDITTERANEAN PORTS TURKEY IN EUROPE. Constantinople. Small collection of 27 stamps of 1867-72 (2nd issue) + 1872, 1874-75 (3rd issue), cancelled with “V.R. POSTE EGIZIANE*CONSTANTINOPOLI*31 OTT 75”.

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140

8897

EGYPTIAN POST OFFICES ABROAD. “MASSAWAH” (ERITREA), “SOAKIN” (SUDAN) and “WADI-HALFA” (SUDAN) on 16 stamps.

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50

8898

“U.R. POSTE EGIZIANE*SMIRNE” and “POSTE-VICE REALI*SMIRNE” on 8 Egyptian stamps of 1866, 1882, 1875 and 1879 plus on 1868 Postal seal.

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8899

EGYPTIAN POST OFFICES IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE. Metelino. The Egyptian post office in Metelin was opened on 14-7-1870 and closed on 30/06/1881. Small collection of 27 stamps cancelled with “V.R. POSTE EGIZIANE*METELINO” in black or blue colour. Very difficult to be collected. F-VF. RR.

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PPC

35

BULGARIAN P.O. 8900

PPC “Karlovo” fr. with 10Ct. and posted from “VARNA*11.V.900”. The card arrived at the Austrian post Office in Constantinople “CONSTANTINOPLE I*23.5.00”. However, the card was addressed to the French post office at Pera where it received the French arrival mark “CONSTANTINOPLE TURQUIE*28 MAI. 00”.

8901

Cover fr. with 10ct. in pair and posted from “SKETSA*31.V.913”, via “SOLOUN*4.VI.913” where taxed with 2ct. + 3ct. Bulgarian stamps, arr. “i CONSTANTINOPEL I OSTERR. POST*22.VI.13”.

C

80

8902

Cover fr. with 25ct. and posted from “ODRIN*26.VI.913” (Adrianople), arr. “i CONSTANTINOPEL I OSTERR. POST*18.VII.13”.

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35

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See photo plate (b&w) / Βλέπε φωτογραφία (Α/Μ) See color photo / Βλέπε έγχρωμη φωτογραφία Unmounted mint / Ασφράγιστο χωρίς σαρνιέρα Mounted mint / Ασφράγιστο με σαρνιέρα ή ίχνος σαρνιέρας Mint without gum / Ασφράγιστο χωρίς γόμμα Used, cancelled / Σφραγισμένο Forgery, fake / Πλαστό Postally used / Ταχυδρομημένο κανονικά Original gum / Γνήσια γόμμα Essay of proof / Δοκίμιο Specimen / Δείγμα Wrapper / Περιτύλιγμα (ράπερ) Entire letter / Επιστολή αναδιπλούμενη (χωρίς φάκελο) Cover, envelope / Φάκελος On fragment, on piece / Επί τεμαχίου (χαρτιού ή φακέλου) Postal stationery (card, letter card, print. envelope) / Ταχυδρ. μονόφυλλο (δελτάριο, βραχεία επιστολή, έντυπος φάκελος) Picture postcard / Εικονογραφημένη κάρτα Real photograph, photocard / Φωτοκάρτα, πραγματική φωτογραφία Map / Χάρτης HELLAS Greek catalogue / Κατάλογος ΕΛΛΑΣ FRANGOUDIS Cyprus catalogue / Κατάλογος Κύπρου ΦΡΑΓΚΟΥΔΗ YVERT & TELLIER French catalogue / Κατάλογος ΙΒΕΡ MICHEL German catalogue / Κατάλογος ΜΙΧΕΛ S. GIBBONS British catalogue / Κατάλογος ΓΚΙΜΠΟΝΣ AGAOGULLARI PAPUÇCIOGLU Turkish Postmarks catalogue / Κατάλογος Τουρκικών Σφραγίδων ΠΑΠΟΥΤΣΙΟΓΛΟΥ Our estimation / Προσωπική μας εκτίμηση Rare, very rare, etc. / Σπάνιο, πολύ σπάνιο κλπ. Watermark / Υδατόσημο Minitature or souvenir sheet / Μπλόκ φεγιέ Variety / Ποικιλία Transit cancellation / Διαβατική σφραγίδα Good quality or condition / Ανεκτή ποιότητα ή κατάσταση Fine quality or condition / Καλή ποιότητα ή κατάσταση Very fine quality or condition / Πολύ καλή ποιότητα ή κατάσταση Library book / Βιβλίο Document / Έγγραφο Newspaper / Εφημερίδα Engraving / Γραβούρα Magazine / Περιοδικό Ephemera / Εφήμερα Bonds & Certificates / Μετοχές First Flight Cover / Φάκελος Πρώτης Πτήσης Military Flight / Στρατιωτική Πτήση Crash Flight / Αεροπορικά Ατυχήματα Ceramic / Κεραμικό Label / Ετικέτα Postal Cards / Επιστολικά Δελτάρια Postal Letter Cards / Βραχείες Επιστολές Postal Envelopes / Φάκελοι Postal Wrappers / Ταινίες Εντύπων Postal Money Orders / Ταχυδρομικές Επιταγές Parcel Postal Cards / Δελτίο Αποστολής Δεμάτων Aerograms, Air Letters / Αερογράμματα


ΟΡΟΙ ΔΗΜΟΠΡΑΣΙΩΝ Όλοι οι λαχνοί περιγράφονται προσεκτικά και πωλούνται ως γνήσιοι και αυθεντικοί εκτός αν περιγράφονται άλλως. Ο αγοραστής μπορεί να απορρίψει το λαχνό και να τον επιστρέψει εντός 7 ημερών (ημερομηνία σφραγίδας ταχυδρομείου) απο την λήξη της δημοπρασίας, αν αποδείξει ότι δεν είναι γνήσιος ή ότι περιγράφηκε λανθασμένα. Οι λαχνοί πρέπει να επιστρέφονται όπως παραλήφθηκαν αρχικά, χωρίς καμμία διαφοροποίηση. Λαχνοί που εξετάσθηκαν προηγουμένως από τους υποψηφίους αγοραστές δεν επιστρέφονται. Επίσης δεν επιστρέφονται λαχνοί που αγοράσθηκαν στην Αίθουσα μετά την έξοδο των αγοραστών από αυτή. Οι αγοραστές δεν έχουν το δικαίωμα επιστροφής μικτών λαχνών, συλλογών, λαχνών που έχουν ελαττώματα σε μικροαξίες, καθώς και φωτογραφημένων στον κατάλογο λαχνών, για ελαττώματα ορατά στη φωτογραφία (κεντράρισμα, περιθώρια, οδόνττωση). Όταν η αξία του λαχνού είναι στη σφραγίδα και όχι στο γραμματόσημο, ο λαχνός δεν μπορεί να επιστραφεί για ελάττωμα του γραμματοσήμου. Κάθε λαχνός περιέρχεται στον πλειοδότη, που προσφέρει την υψηλότερη τιμή. Σε περίπτωση ίσων ταχυδρομικών προσφορών, πλειοδότης θεωρείται αυτός που η προσφορά του έφθασε πρώτη στα Γραφεία μας. Τηλεφωνικές εντολές αγοράς γίνονται δεκτές από γνωστούς πελάτες, πρέπει όμως να επικυρωθούν γραπτώς. Πριν από την έναρξη της πωλήσεως ή την ημέρα της δημοπρασίας (για γραπτές προσφορές), η Εταιρία έχει το δικαίωμα να αποσύρει λαχνούς, να διαχωρίσει λαχνούς σε δύο ή περισσότερα μέρη ή να συνενώσει δύο ή περισσότερους λαχνούς. Μεγάλοι λαχνοί μπορεί να μην μεταφερθούν για viewing στην Αθήνα ή να μεταφερθούν κατ’επιλογή. Viewing λαχνών, που δεν μεταφέρονται στην Αθήνα, μπορεί να γίνει στα γραφεία στη Θεσσαλονίκη. Προσφορές γίνονται δεκτές έως 2 ώρες πριν από την έναρξη της δημοπρασίας. Η πληρωμή πρέπει να γίνεται αμέσως μετά το τέλος της δημοπρασίας στην Αίθουσα ή εντός 10 ημερών από την παραλαβή των λαχνών ή του τιμολογίου (για πελάτες Εξωτερικού). Σε αγοραστές εντός Ελλάδος οι λαχνοί αποστέλλονται επί αντικαταβολή και σε γνωστούς πελάτες χωρίς προπληρωμή, για πληρωμή αμέσως μετά την παραλαβή των λαχνών. Αν η πληρωμή καθυστερήσει πέραν των 10 ημερών, η Εταιρία διατηρεί το δικαίωμα να επιβαρύνει το λογαριασμό με το νόμιμο επιτόκιο. Η κυριότητα των λαχνών παραμένει στον πωλητή, μέχρις ότου αποπληρωθεί ο λογαριασμός. Συμμετοχή αγοραστού στη δημοπρασία μπορεί να αποκλεισθεί, αν κατά την κρίση του πωλητού, ο αγοραστής δεν εκπληρώνει τους όρους της καλής πίστεως. Η ταχυδρόμηση των λαχνών ή του τιμολογίου γίνεται στην διεύθυνση, που φαίνεται στο έντυπο προσφορών. Τα έξοδα αποστολής βαρύνουν τον αγοραστή. Έξοδα συσκευασίας δεν χρεώνονται. Η απόδειξη παραλαβής “Συστημένου” του Ταχυδρομείου αποτελεί για την Εταιρία και απόδειξη παραλαβής του υλικού από τον αγοραστή. Στην τιμή κατακυρώσεως προστίθεται ποσοστό 18% για προμήθειά μας και επί πλέον ο αναλογών ΦΠΑ επί της προμήθειάς μας. Όλες οι τιμές στόν κατάλογο είναι σε ΕΥΡΩ. Απούλητοι λαχνοί με τιμή εκκίνησης “OFFER” δεν διατίθενται προς πώληση μετά τη λήξη της δημοπρασίας. Η τιμή πώλησης των λαχνών με την ένδειξη “OFFER” ορίζεται από το ποσό της προσφοράς, με κατοχύρωση του λαχνού στην υψηλότερη. Ο πλειοδότης (είτε βρίσκεται στην Αίθουσα, είτε έχει καταθέσει την προσφορά του μέσω τηλεφώνου/email) είναι υπεύθυνος για την εξόφληση του τιμολογίου, εκτός αν έχει συνεννοηθεί γραπτώς ειδάλλως με την Εταιρία. Οποιοσδήποτε λαμβάνει μέρος στη δημοπρασία είναι γνώστης των προαναφερομένων όρων και τους αποδέχεται πλήρως. Οποιαδήποτε διαφωνία μεταξύ των συμβαλλομένων μερών τίθεται στην κρίση και δικαιοδοσία του αρμοδίου Δικαστηρίου Θεσσαλονίκης.


CONDITIONS OF SALE All descriptions are reliable and accurate and the lots are sold as genuine and authentic, unless the contrary is indicated. The purchaser may reject the lot and return it within 7 days (post office date stamp) after the end of the auction, if he proves it is not genuine or incorrectly described. The lots must be returned intact and as originally despatched. Lots which have been examined by the buyers before the auction cannot be returned. Also, lots purchased in the room cannot be returned after leaving the place. Buyers have no right to reject mixed lots, collections containing undescribed items, or described as having defects. Any illustration is part of the description and items cannot be returned for defects visible in it. When the value of a lot lies in the cancellation and not in the stamp, any defects of the latter shall not be a reason for rejecting the lot. The highest bidder shall prevail. In case of equal mail bids, the earlier arrived will be considered as succesful. Telephone bids are acceptable, but should be confirmed in writing. Before start selling or the date of the auction the Auctioneer has the right to withdraw any of the lots, to divide it into two or more parts, or to join two or more lots into one. Large lots may not be available for viewing in Athens unless especially selected. Viewing of those unavailable lots is still possible in our offices in Thessaloniki. Bids should be received at least 2 hours before the start of the Sale. Payment must be made in full just after the end of the sale in the room, or within 10 days after receipt of our invoice. Foreign buyers can pay by credit card (we accept Visa and Mastercard) or by Bank Cheque, personal cheque and money order in foreign currency or in euro. Interest shall be payable by the purchaser on any overdue account. The Auctioneer has a descretion to waive payment of the interest. Title shall remain to A. KARAMITSOS until payment in full is received. Any buyer could be excluded if he is not a person of good faith, according to the Auctioneer’s opinion. The invoices and the lots will be mailed to the address given on the bidding form. Postage and insurance is charged to the buyers. No packing cost is charged. The receipt for “Registered” letter by the Post Office constitutes delivery receipt for the Auctioneer. A 18% buyer’s commission will be added to the “hammer price” for each lot, plus the respective Value Additive Tax (VAT) on our commission. All prices expressed in the catalogue and all bids are in euro, unless otherwise is stated. Unsold lots with starting price “OFFER” are not available for sale after the end of the auction. The sale price of lots marked as “OFFER” is defined by the highest offer, highest bid wins the item at said price. The bidder (either via mail or in the room) is responsible for the invoice’s payment, unless otherwise aggreed, in writing, with the company. Anyone who will take part in this Auction is familiar to the conditions of sale and accepts them. Any dispute shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the competent Court in Thessaloniki, Greece.


1


2


3


4


5

8001 8500 €


6

8002 120 €

8003 60 €

8005 120 €

8006 100 € 8004 10 €

8010 10 €

8012 50 €

8007 30 €

8009 20 €

8008 50 €

8011 20 €


7

8017 20 €

8013 90 €

8014 70 €

8015 70 €

8016 120 €

8018 45 €

8023 50 €

8019 50 €

8021 80 €

8020 20 €

8022 5 €

8024 50 €


8

8025 50 €

8028 50 €

8026 10 € 8027 10 €

8029 5 €

8030 15 €

8031 20 €

8033 10 €

8035 30 € 8034 35 €

8036 70 €

8032 40 €

8038 130 €


9

8039 40 €

8040 50 €

8041 250 €

8042 30 €

8037 10 €

8043 70 €

8046 5 €

8045 80 €


10

8044 35 €

8047 5 €

8048 20 €

8049 45 €

8057 15 €

8052 10 €

8054 60 €

8051 100 €

8053 8 €

8050 15 €

8055 15 €

8056 80 €

8058 80 €

8059 20 €


11

8060 50 €

8061 20 €

8063 130 €

8062 10 €

8064 40 €

8067 100 €

8069 15 €

8065 15 €

8066 20 €

8068 10 €

8071 25 €

8072 10 €

8070 15 €

8073 40 €

8075 15 €


12

8074 60 €

8076 75 €

8077 200 €

8078 15 €

8080 80 €

8079 10 €

8081 60 €

8082 100 € 8084 20 €

8083 20 €


13

8085 20 €

8088 10 €

8086 70 €

8087 80 €

8090 80 €


14

8089 50 €

8092 50 €

8091 50 €

8093 450 €

8094 70 €

8095 70 €


15

8096 190 €

8097 50 €

8099 5 €

8101 50 €

8100 10 € 8098 70 €

8102 10 €

8103 20 €

8107 5 €

8104 50 €

8105 80 €

8109 10 €

8110 40 €

8112 30 €

8106 70 €


16

8108 60 €

8111 50 €

8113 30 €

8114 30 €

8115 10 €

8118 330 € 8116 250 €

8117 250 €

8120 200 € 8119 300 €

8121 80 €

8122 20 €

8123 20 €

8124 40 €

8125 40 €


17

8126 160 € 8130 350 €

8127 30 €

8128 30 €

8129 70 €

8131 80 € 8132 450 €

8134 60 €

8135 180 €

8136 120 €

8133 560 €


18

8137 130 €

8139 100 €

8140 20 €

8141 150 €

8145 30 €

8143 110 €

8146 80 €

8138 200 €

8142 300 €

8144 180 €

8147 80 €


19

8148 190 €

8150 70 €

8149 130 €

8151 75 €

8152 50 € 8153 200 €

8154 30 €

8155 50 €

8158 20 €

8159 10 €

8156 235 €


20

8157 85 €

8164 150 € 8160 20 €

8161 17 €

8162 10 €

8163 5 €

8166 70 €

8165 100 €


21

8168 10 €

8167 30 €

8169 5 €

8172 45 € 8170 5 €

8173 180 €

8171 400 € 8174 70 €

8175 70 €


22

8176 280 €

8179 65 €

8177 80 €

8180 70 €

8181 50 €

8182 30 €

8183 300 €

8184 350 €

8178 60 €


23

8185 20 €

8188 10 €

8186 400 €

8187 280 €

8189 15 € 8191 15 €

8190 8 €

8192 150 €


24

8193 150 €

8195 10 €

8198 OFFER

8197 200 €

8194 20 €

8196 15 €

8199 18 €

8200 180 €


25

8201 20 €

8202 70 €

8203 70 €

8204 30 €

8205 60 €

8206 25 €

8207 12 €

8208 20 €


26

8209 100 €

8210 100 €

8211 10 € 8212 15 €

8213 20 €

8214 18 €

8215 25 €

8216 15 €


27

8217 18 €

8218 15 €

8219 10 €

8220 12 €

8221 10 €

8223 10 €

8222 15 €

8224

OFFER


28

8225

OFFER

8226

OFFER

8227

OFFER

8228

OFFER

8229

OFFER

8231 250 € 8230

OFFER


29

8233 15 €

8232 20 €

8235

8234

OFFER

8236

OFFER

OFFER

8237 50 €

8238 50 €

8239 150 €

8240 220 €

8241 12 €


30

8242 12 €

8243 30 €

8244 25 €

8245 25 €

8246 70 € 8247 300 €

8248 30 €

8249 30 €


31

8250 30 €

8252 20 €

8254 10 €

8256 20 €

8251 30 €

8253 20 €

8255 18 €

8257 30 €


32

8258 20 €

8260 10 €

8262

OFFER

8264

OFFER

8259 150 €

8261

OFFER

8263

OFFER

8265

OFFER


33

8266 20 € 8267 OFFER

8268 10 €

8269 250 €

8270 250 €

8272 25 €

8271 250 €

8273 25 €


34

8274 25 € 8275 60 €

8276 10 € 8277 OFFER

8278 8 € 8279 10 €

8281 8 €

8280 10 €


35

8283 150 €

8282 280 €

8285 10 €

8284 300 €

8287 20 €

8286 8 €

8289 250 € 8288 25 €


36

8290 200 €


37

8291 77 €

8292 55 €

8293 100 € 8294 140 €

8295 95 €

8297 105 €

8296 25 €

8299 50 €

8300 125 €

8298 40 €


38

8301 100 €

8302 50 €

8304 5 € 8303 50 €

8305 180 €

8306 140 €

8307 15 €

8308 15 €

8310 50 € 8309 60 €


39

8311 115 €

8312 190 €

8313 60 €

8314 60 €

8315 65 €

8316 30 €

8317 100 €

8318 200 €


40

8319 350 €

8320 50 €

8321 OFFER

8322 240 €

8324 10 €

8327 10 €

8325 15 €

8323 25 €

8326 OFFER


41

8328 30 €

8329 8 €

8330 7 €

8331 8 €

8332 7 €

8333 15 €

8334 150 €

8335 10 €


42

8337 15 €

8336 40 €

8338 8 €

8339 50 €

8341 25 €

8340 70 €

8344 8 €

8343 40 €

8342 10 €

8345 10 €


43

8346 130 € 8347 30 €

8348 30 € 8349 150 €

8351 8 €

8350 15 €

8352 7 €

8353 80 €


44

8354 100 € 8355 30 €

8356 30 €

8357 20 €

8358 8 € 8359

8360 180 €

OFFER

8361 70 €


45

8363

8362 75 €

8364 10 €

8366 8 €

8365

OFFER

OFFER

8367 10 €

8369 8 € 8368 20 €


46

8371 10 €

8370 15 €

8373 10 €

8372 10 €

8375 10 €

8374 10 €

8377

OFFER


47

8378 10 €

8376 15 €

8380 10 €

8379 20 €

8381 8 €

8384 150 €

8382 120 €

8385 60 €

8387 10 €


48

8386 20 € 8383 20 €

8389 32 €

8388 30 €

8391 30 €

8390 40 €

8392 35 €

8394 7 € 8393 80 €

8397 10 €

8398 12 €

8395 35 €


49

8396 4 €

8399 30 €

8415 40 €

8416 40 €

8417 22 €

8402 10 €

8403 40 €

8404 17 €

8405 14 €

8407 12 €

8408 35 €

8409 35 €

8410 18 €

8411 14 €

8412 40 €

8400 75 €

8414 9 €

8401 12 €

8418 16 €

8413 37 €

8419 15 €


50

8420 18 €

8422 50 €

8421 6 €

8425 7 €

8423 70 €

8424 20 €

8406 85 €

8427 40 €

8431 80 €

8426 18 €

8428 6 €

8429 OFFER

8430 10 €

8432 20 €


51

8433 30 €

8435 20 €

8434 OFFER

8439 12 €

8436 10 €

8438 25 €

8440 45 €

8441 10 €

8447 18 €

8437 32 €

8442 12 €

8448 40 €

8443 7 €

8444 22 €

8449 10 €

8445 45 €

8450 28 €

8446 32 €

8451 17 €

8452 45 €


52

8453 20 €

8456 10 €

8454 14 €

8457

OFFER

8458

OFFER

8459 65 €

8455 50 €


53

8461 40 €

8462 60 €

8466 50 €

8468 35 €

8460 65 €

8464 350 €


54

8463 85 €

8465 12 €


55

8469

8467 65 €

8470 10 €

8471 30 €

OFFER


56

8473 15 € 8472 30 €

8475 50 €

8474 80 €

8477 10 €

8476 30 €

8479 100 €

8478

OFFER


57

8480 160 €

8481 50 €

8483 60 € 8482 300 €

8485 40 €

8486 130 €

8484 30 €

8488 50 €


58

8487 230 €

8489 50 €

8491 50 €

8490 50 €

8492

OFFER

8494 10 € 8493 300 €


59

8495 10 €

8497 6 €

8496 6 €

8498 10 €

8499 8 € 8500 6 €

8501 20 € 8502 240 €


60

8503 16 €

8505

OFFER

8506 200 €

8504 15 €

8508

OFFER

8509 14 €

8507 150 €

8510 18 €


61

8511 15 €

8512 18 €

8513 18 €

8514

OFFER

8515 8 €

8516

OFFER

8518

OFFER

8517

OFFER


62

8519

OFFER

8521 10 €

8523

OFFER

8525

OFFER

8520

OFFER

8522 17 €

8524 15 €

8526

OFFER


63

8527

OFFER

8529 8 €

8531

8528

8530

OFFER

OFFER

OFFER 8532 30 €

8533

OFFER

8534 60 €


64

8535

OFFER

8536 6 €

8537 5 €

8538 16 €

8539 12 €

8541 150 €

8540

OFFER

8542

OFFER


65

8543

OFFER 8544 140 €

8545

OFFER

8546

OFFER

8548 5 €

8547 8 € 8549 80 €


66

8550 65 €

8551 65 €

8552 7 €

8553 14 €

8555 10 € 8554 250 €

8556 6 €

8557 16 €


67

8558 25 € 8559 30 €

8560

OFFER

8561 250 €

8562 7 €

8563 14 €

8564 10 €

8565 14 €


68

8566 6 €

8568 10 €

8570 50 €

8567

OFFER

8569 10 €

8573 20 €

8571 8 € 8572 140 €


69

8576 25 € 8574 10 €

8575 10 €

8577 15 €

8579 15 € 8578 10 €

8580 90 €

8581 10 €


70

8582 10 €

8584 10 €

8583

OFFER

8585 40 €

8586 150 €

8587 15 €

8589 30 €

8588 15 €


71

8591 30 €

8592 30 € 8590 100 €

8593 10 €

8595 60 €

8594 500 €


72

8596 40 €

8598 350 €

8597 250 €

8599 28 €

8600 30 €

8601 520 €


73

8602 10 €

8604 20 €

8606 10 €

8603 10 €

8605 15 €

8607 20 €

8608 10 € 8609 10 €


74

8610 10 €

8611 20 €

8612 30 €

8614 10 €

8616 8 €

8613 8 €

8615 10 €

8617 8 €


75

8618 8 €

8619 8 €

8620 8 €

8621 12 €

8623

OFFER

8622 8 €

8624

OFFER

8625 8 €


76

8627 20 € 8626 20 €

8629 10 €

8628 20 €

8632 40 € 8630 10 €

8631 10 €

8633 20 €


77

8634 20 €

8635 10 €

8636 10 €

8637 10 €

8638 10 €

8640 15 €

8639 10 €

8641 20 €


78

8645

OFFER

8642 10 €

8646 12 €

8643 20 €

8647 10 €

8644 8 €

8648 10 €


79

8652 8 € 8649

OFFER

8653 10 €

8650 8 €

8654 10 €

8651 100 €

8655 100 €


80

8656 100 € 8657 20 €

8658 8 € 8659 20 €

8660 20 €

8662

OFFER

8661

OFFER

8663 12 €


81

8664 50 €

8665 5 €

8666 OFFER

8668 OFFER


82

8667 70 €

8669 10 € 8670 8 €


83

8671 8 €

8672 10 €

8674 8 €

8673 10 €

8676 OFFER

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