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A.KARAMITSOS 34, Tsimiski Str. - 54623 Thessaloniki - GREECE tel.: +30 2310 264 366 - fax: +30 2310 274 031 www.karamitsos.com e-mail: karamitsos@karamitsos.gr

WORKING HOURS: 07.00 - 15.00

Saturday, 7 February 2015 PUBLIC & LIVE INTERNET AUCTION

No 511

The Costas Politis Collection “Zeppelin mail to and from Greece”

Start Time: 16.00 Viewing Arrangements: “Athens Auctions” Store

Monday, 12 January 2015 - Friday, 6 February 2015 (working hours)

“Hilton Athens” Hotel

Saturday, 7 February 2015: 09.00 - 10.00 “Hilton Athens” Hotel 46, Vasilissis Sofias Ave. - Athens • tel.: +30 210 7281000 • fax: +30 210 7281111 “Athens Auctions” Store Pindarou 7 & Alexandrou Soutsou 2 - Athens • tel.: +30 210 3250173 • fax: +30 210 3250176


Auction No

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34, Tsimiski Str. - 54623 Thessaloniki - GREECE tel.: +30 2310 264 366 - fax: +30 2310 274 031 www.karamitsos.com

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e-mail: karamitsos@karamitsos.gr

Έλαβα γνώση των όρων της δημοπρασίας και παρακαλώ να πλειοδοτήσετε για λογαριασμό μου τους παρακάτω λαχνούς, μέχρι το ποσό που έχω σημειώσει αντίστοιχα. Please bid on my behalf op to the limits, only if necessary, for the following lots. I have read and agree to the Conditions of Sale stated in the present Catalogue.

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A.Karamitsos LIVE Auction Platform

We are proud to announce our new LIVE Auctions. Following new web technologies, A. Karamitsos is pleased to present to you the new LIVE auctions. Starting this August, LIVE auctions will at first replace the postal auctions and will give you the opportunity, apart from the postal bids, to participate by giving real-time bids. In order to enhance the customer services offered by A. Karamitsos, we intend in the near future to give you the ability to participate in some auctions from the comfort of your home. To participate in our new LIVE auctions an active account at karamitsos.com website is nesessary. Instructions on how to log in - register and participate in our LIVE auctions can be found below.


Preliminary steps to participate in our LIVE Auctions -- Register and Login -In order to participate in our LIVE Auctions an active account at karamitsos.com website is nesessary. If you already have an account please visit our website and log in by filling your username at the field (1) and your password at the field (2). Then press button “Log in” (3). If you don’t have an account, you have to register first by pressing “Register now” (4).

Below you can see our registration form that you have to fill in. Please fill in all the fields (Name, Surname, Username Password - choose easy to remember username and password, Address, Zip-code, City, State, Country, E-mail, Phone number). Please fill in your primary email (1) in order to get all our notifications! You can choose, if you like, to get notifications for upcoming auctions (2), you can write down any special notes (3), agree with our Terms and Conditions (4) and finally register by pressing the “Register” button (5).


How to bid in our LIVE Auctions -- Postal Bids -You can place a postal bid in our LIVE Auctions by phone, fax, email and of course via our website. Postal bids are accepted until 3 hours before LIVE Auction begins. IMPORTANT: If you don’t have an account at karamitsos.com, when placing a postal bid in a LIVE Auction (via phone, fax, email) an account will be automatically created for you. In that case, if you want to place later any real time bids, please make sure to contact first info@karamitsos.gr so as to learn your login details.

-- Real Time Bids -To start real time bidding, please visit our website at karamitsos.com the day and time of the Auction, login and enter our Auction by clicking on the auction’s cover (1) or auction’s title (2).

If the LIVE Auction hasn’t started yet you will be automatically redirected to a “pending page” where you can see when the Auction will start (1). You don’t have to do anything, the LIVE Auction Platform will automatically launch when time expires

The first time you participate in our LIVE Auctions a popup will open asking you to select your prefered method of payment in case of winning any lots. Please click at the arrow (1) and choose your prefered method.


-- LIVE Auction Platform -When the auction starts our LIVE Auction Platform will launch and you will be able to place some real time bids!

Above you can see our LIVE Auction Platform. You can see the number of the auction (1), which lot is now live (2) and the total number of the lots of the current part of the auction (3). Please notice, that for your convinience, our auctions will be seperated into parts of 500-800 lots maximum. At the central section (4) you can see the photo of the lot, its number and description and its starting price. Below, there is the countdown timer (5). Every lot will be live for 10 seconds and when there is a new bid it will be updated for another 5 seconds. The timer turns red when the time is ready to expire. Under the timer you can see the current highest bid (6) and if you are winning the lot (7). At the field (8) it will automatically appears the next minimum bid required or you can fill it in with your offer (No underbids allowed). In order to place your bid all you have to do is just to click on the “Place Bid� button (9). Finally, you can view the log of the auction for the current lot at the section below (10).

A. Karamitsos is hoping that you will find our new Auction Platform easy to use so as to participate from the comfort of your home or office at our next postal auctions. Our new LIVE Auction Platform will be continuously upgraded and new features will be added. For further information regarding our new LIVE Auctions and its features please visit karamitsos.com or email us at info@karamitsos.gr


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.


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ZEPPELIN MAIL TO AND FROM GREECE The “LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin” was a large dirigible or, more specifically, a rigid airship in the early 20th century. It was named after the German pioneer of airships, Ferdinand von Zeppelin. It flew for the first time on September 18, 1928. In October 1928, the first long-range voyage led the craft to Lakehurst, New Jersey. Later, “Graf Zeppelin” toured in Germany and visited Italy, Palestine and Spain. In 1930, “Graf Zeppelin” undertook a number of trips around Europe and, following a successful tour to South America in May 1930, it was decided to open the first regular transatlantic airship line. After some test flights to South America during 1930 and 1931, there opened a scheduled service between Friedrichshafen and Recife (Pernambuco) in north-eastern Brazil in April 1932. In order to expedite delivery from Athens, Salonica and other towns and islands of Greece (including the Aegean islands under Italian occupation) to numerous countries in South America, North America and countries in Europe, mail was sent via the “Graf Zeppelin” and the “Hindenburg”. The Zeppelin Company had introduced a treaty that would allow mail to be transported via the airships once it was delivered by train or the Deutsche Lufthansa to Berlin, Frankfurt or Stuttgart or the airship hub, Friedrichshafen, and then on to its final destination. Greece became a member of the treaty state in 1932. Therefore, the mail originating in Greece could be delivered to North or South America more expeditiously. Previously, mail from Greece went by ordinary land route to Marseilles and then by air to its destination. Airmail rates from 1929 through 1940 were continuously changing. On October 30th, 1930, the airmail rates to South America were Drs. 30 per 5 gr. for letters and cards. The airmail rate to Brazil was Drs. 25 per 5 gr. The rate for printed matter was Drs. 50 per 50 gr. and Drs. 60 for all other South American countries. After December 11th, 1932, the air mail rates changed to Drs. 30 per 10 gr. Airmails posted in Salonica and Athens from May 8th, 1933 (destination USA or neighboring countries) varied from Drs. 18 to Drs. 70 per 10 gr. according to distance traveled. The first mail posted in Athens on March 16, 1932. Mail posted in Athens for the sixth flight (due to late arrival) was placed on the seventh flight. In 1933, the A.E.I. issued 3 commemorative stamps to be used only for the Rome flight. On May 2, 1933 stamps were distributed to the local post offices to only be used for the Rome flight that was affected on May 27th, 1933. The commemorative Zeppelin stamps were to be used after May 20th, 1933. However, two covers, one posted in Athens, May 5th, placed on board the “Graf Zeppelin” for the first South America flight, May 6th, 1933, and the second cover, posted May 12th on the island of Crete, are examples of unauthorized usage of the Zeppelin stamps. At the Athens post office all airmail received a special red five lined cachet. Upon arriving in Rome, it received the Rome marking.


II Mail posted in Patras on May 26, 1933, was picked up by the Imperial Airways and delivered directly to Brindisi, bypassing the Athens post office – thus failing to receive the red five lined cachet. Some mail addressed to Germany and other parts of Europe stayed on board for the next leg, receiving the Friedrichshafen backstamp upon arrival. Nine pieces of mail destined for North America via South America received the green cachet of the second South America flight. The airmail rate for the special Rome flight was Drs. 150 for cards and Drs. 250 for covers. Of the 1.170 pieces of mail from various towns or islands of Greece received at the Athens post office, approximately 400 cards or covers were insufficiently franked, intercepted by the postal authorities and sent to their destinations via regular route. Some insufficiently franked airmail slipped through the postal controls and received the proper markings and was then carried by the Zeppelin to their destination. The cachets shown in the following pages, were placed in the mail bags to identify each flight for the years 1932 and 1933. On March 22, 1935, the Deutsche Lufthansa AG and the Luftschiffbau Zeppelin GmbH founded the Deutsche Zeppelin Reederei GmbH – DZR with seat in Berlin. The airline company took over the airship “LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin”, which had operated the South-Atlantic route since 1930. During 1935, the “LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin” continued to operate the South-American route with great regularity. During 1936, 13 flights to South America were made by the “LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin” and 8 by the “LZ 129 Hindenburg”.


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LZ 127 GRAF ZEPPELIN CONTRACT STATE: GREECE


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6001 200 ₏ Lot including Count Zeppelins memorabilia: 1) SIGNED letter, dated 1st May, 1901, with text referring to the airship’s disaster at (Frankfurt) Greisheim, where on 25th April, 1901, 200 people were killed in a chemical factory explosion. 2) a visiting card with his name printed on it. 3) An envelope written by him, posted on 9.9.1914 and 4) a postcard with his image and printed signature.


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6002 150 € A rare piece of the Graf Zeppelin LZ 127, canvas piece of its “Skin”, 6.5x6.5 cm.

An interesting well made old fundraising badge from the 1920s, with needle pin. Approx. 3x4 cm. Machine embroidered in a thin pressed metal framework. Maker marked Ges Gesch. Kruse & Sohne. In very good condition for age. This was produced for The Zeppelin-Eckener Spende (Zeppelin Eckener Fund): To finance LZ-127 Graf Zeppelin, Eckener and his fellow Zeppelin officers traveled throughout Germany giving hundreds of 6003 60 € lectures and raising funds for the Zeppelin-Eckener-Spende (the Zeppelin Eckener Fund). While the Spende raised only 2.5 million of the 7 million marks needed to build LZ-127, with an additional million marks from the government, and financing from its other operations, the Zeppelin Company was able to begin construction.

6004 2500 € Front Back Postbag used for drop mail from the Zeppelin airships. The air mail pouch consisted of dark yellowish oil-paper, had a sand filling and a 2.70 m. long black-white-red ribbon. Very rare document from the early time of air navigation and air mail in remarkably good condition.


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6005 250 € FF 32

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6006 120 €

6007 200 € FF35A


5

6008 350 € FF 35A

6009 450 € FF 35A


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6010 200 € FRIEDRICHSHAFEN*24.MRZ.29 first flight cover to “ΠΑΤΡΑΙ*31.III.29” via Athens by GF, commemorative canc. “LUFTSCHIFF GRAF ZEPPELIN / ORIENTFAHRT 1929” in red. (Hellas FF35A).

6013 200 € FF 35A

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6011 160 € FF 35A

6012 200 € FF 35A


8

6014 230 € FF 35A

6015 230 € FF 35A


9

6016 500 € FF 35B

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6017 250 € FF 39

6018 320 € FF 39


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6019 300 € LUFTSCHIFF GRAF ZEPPELIN*22.4.1929 first flight cover to “ΑΘΗΝΑΙ*?.ΑΠΡ.29” by GZ Algerian Cruise. (FF 39A).

6020 270 € FF 39


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Front 6021 650 €


13

6022 200 €

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6023 120 € FF 137

UNIQUE NON-PHILATELIC

6024 500 € FF 137


15

6025 120 €

6026 150 €


16

Egypt Return Flight

6027 100 â‚Ź

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17

6028 600 € FF 230A1

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6029 350 € FF 230A3

6030 350 € FF 230A3


19

6031 250 € FF 230A4

6032 265 € FF 230A4


20

6033 350 € FF 230B4

6034 350 € FF 230B4


21

6035 400 € FF 239A / 230A4

6036 240 €


22

6037 200 € FF 230A5

6038 200 € FF 230A5


23

6039 350 € FF 230B5

6040 380 € FF 230B5


24

6041 600 € FF 230A7a

6042 600 € FF 230A7a


25

6043 600 € FF 230B7a

6044 600 € FF 230B7a


26

6045 350 € FF 230A7

6046 350 € FF 230A7


27

6047 300 € FF 230A8

6048 400 € FF 230A8


28

6049 400 € FF 230B8

6050 300 € FF 230A8


29

6051 420 € FF 230C8

6052 280 € FF 230A8


30

6053 220 € FF 230A9

6054 200 € FF 230A9


31

6055 400 € FF 230B9

6056 400 € FF 230B9


32

6057 450 € FF 230B9

6058 380 € FF 230B9


33

6059 140 €

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6060 100 €

6061 100 €


35

6062 2000 €


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6063 750 â‚Ź Hellas A5-A7, mint never hinged blocks of 4.


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6064 250 â‚Ź Hellas A5-A7, used blocks of 4.


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6066 (A5-A7 pairs** ) 1000 â‚Ź

6065 (A5-A7 singles** ) 500 â‚Ź


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6067 600 € A5

6068 150 € FF 293E2


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6069 600 € FF 293A1


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6070 600 € FF 293A1

Front


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6071 250 € FF 293A1

6072 250 € FF 293A1


43

6073 250 € FF 293A1

6074 250 € FF 293A1


44

6075 300 € FF 293B1

6076 290 € FF 293B1


45

6077 350 € FF 293A2

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46

6078 320 € FF 293A2

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47

6079 200 € FF 293A2

6080 200 € FF 293A2


48

6081 270 € FF 293A2

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49

6082 400 € FF 293A2

6083 400 € FF 293A2


50

6084 270 € FF 293A2

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6085 210 € FF 293A2

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52

6086 230 € FF 293A2

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6087 230 € FF 293A2

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6088 210 € FF 293A2

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6089 210 € FF 293A2

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6090 210 € FF 293A2

6091 210 € FF 293A2


57

6092 300 € FF 293A2

6093 190 € FF 293E2


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6094 2500 € FF 293A2a

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6095 200 € FF 293A2a

6096 200 € FF 293A2a


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6097 190 € FF 293A2a

6098 210 € FF 293A2a


61

6099 300 € FF 293A2a

6100 300 € FF 293A2a


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6101 200 € FF 293A2a

6102 200 € FF 293A2a


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6103 450 € FF 293A2b

6104 450 € FF 293A2b


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6105 450 € FF 293A2b


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6106 500 € FF 293A2c

6107 500 € FF 293A2c


66

6108 320 € FF 293B2

6109 440 € FF 293B2


67

6110 600 € FF 293D2


68

6111 390 € FF 293D2

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6112 395 € FF 293D2

6113 400 € FF 293D2


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6114 550 € FF 293D2

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6115 500 € FF 293D2

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6116 500 € FF 293D2

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6117 520 € FF 293D2

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6118 520 € FF 293D2

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6119 280 € RODI (EGEO)*24.5.33 second Zeppelin flight registered PPC to “ROMA*29.V.33” with destination “PERNAMBUCO*6.VI.33” by AEI/GZ, (FF 293C2). Front

6120 280 € RODI (EGEO)*24.5.33 second Zeppelin flight registered PPC to “ROMA*29.V.33” and “FRIEDRICHSHAFEN*30.5.33” with destination “GENEVE*31.V.33” by AEI/GZ. (FF 293C2a).

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6121 280 € RODI (EGEO)*24.5.33 second Zeppelin flight registered cover to “ROMA*29.V.33” and “FRIEDRICHSHAFEN*30.5.33” with destination “HARWICH-ESSEX*1.JU.33” by AEI/GZ. (FF 293C2a). Back

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6122 280 € RODI (EGEO)*24.5.33 flight registered PPC to “ROMA*29.V.33” by AEI/GZ, (FF 293C2c).


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6123 280 € RODI (EGEO)*23.5.33 flight registered cover to “ROMA*29.V.33” by AEI, with destination “FIRENZE*31.5.33” (by train) via “NAPOLI*30.5.33”. (FF 293C2c).

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6137 350 € RODI (EGEO)*26.7.33 Fourth Zeppelin Flight registered cover to “PERNAMBUCO*9.VIII.33” (all appropriate cachets) and commemorative canc. “LUFTSCHIFF GRAF ZEPPELIN - 4.SUDAMERIKAFAHRT 1933”. (FF 293C4).

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78

6124 180 € FF 293E2

6125 200 € FF 293E2


79

6126 90 € FF 293E2

6127 100 € FF 293E2

6128 100 € FF 293E2


80

6129 50 € FF 293E2

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81

6130 310 € FF 293A3

6131 290 € FF 293A3


82

6132 360 € FF 293B3

6133 120 € FF 293A3


83

6134 400 € FF 293C3

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84

6135 350 € FF 293A4

6136 350 € FF 293A4


85

6138 350 € FF 293A5

6139 350 € FF 293A5


86

6140 300 € FF 293A6

6141 320 € FF 293A6


87

6142 400 € FF 293B6

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88

6143 300 € FF 293A7

6144 300 € FF 293A7


89

6145 320 € FF 293A8

6146 300 € FF 293A8


90

6147 480 € FF 293A9

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91

6148 450 € FF 293A9

6149 500 € FF 293A9a


92

UNIQUE NON-PHILATELIC

6150 800 € FF 293D9

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93

6151 100 € FF 322.1

6152 30 €


94

6153 250 € FF 341A1

6154 260 € FF 341A1


95

6155 450 € FF 341B1

Back


96

6156 200 € FF 341A2

6157 75 €


97

6158 200 € FF 341A3

6159 180 € FF 341A3


98

6160 200 € FF 341A4

6161 200 € FF 341A4


99

6162 200 € FF 341A5

6163 330 € FF 341C5


100

6164 240 € FF 341A6

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101

NON-PHILATELIC

6165 600 € FF 341D6

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102

NON-PHILATELIC

6166 500 € FF 341A7

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103

6167 350 € FF 341A8


104

6168 250 € FF 341A8

6169 250 € FF 341A1


105

6170 250 € FF 341A9

NON-PHILATELIC

6171 450 € FF 341D9


106

6172 200 € FF 341A10

6173 180 € FF 341A10


107

NON-PHILATELIC

6174 350 € FF 341A11

6175 250 € FF 341A11


108

6176 250 € FF 341A11

NON-PHILATELIC

6177 450 € FF 341D11


109

NON-PHILATELIC

6178 550 € FF 341A12


110

6179 180 € FF 342A6

6180 200 € FF 342A1


111

6181 200 € FF 354A3

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112

6182 200 € FF 354A3

6183 200 € FF 354A3


113

6184 200 € FF 354A3

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114

6185 250 € FF 354A5

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115

6186 350 € FF 354A7

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116

NON-PHILATELIC

6187 450 € FF 354A16

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117

NON-PHILATELIC

6188 200 € FF 363.1

NON-PHILATELIC

6189 250 € FF 363.2

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118

6190 500 € FF 371B3

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119

6191 350 € FF 372A1

Back


120

6192 450 € FF 372B1

Back


121

6193 400 € FF 372D1

6194 350 € FF 372A1


122

6195 400 € FF 372A2

6196 400 € FF 372A2


123

6197 400 € FF 372A3

6198 400 € FF 372A3


124

6199 400 € FF 372A3

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125

6200 550 € FF 372A6

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126

6201 450 € FF 372B7

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127

6202 500 € FF 372A8

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128

6203 200 € FF 372.1 A5

6204 400 € FF 372A2


129

6205 30 € FF 373.1

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A. Karamitsos Public Auction 511  

The Costas Politis Collection “Zeppelin mail to and from Greece” 7 February 2015 16:00 @ Hilton Hotel Athens www.karamitsos.com

A. Karamitsos Public Auction 511  

The Costas Politis Collection “Zeppelin mail to and from Greece” 7 February 2015 16:00 @ Hilton Hotel Athens www.karamitsos.com

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