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166 lots this week!
We have some great groups of material this week, and as always, started them pretty low! Be prepared for some competition, but we think it will be worth it.
Check out these highlights:
- Canada has a great run of FDCs - starting with a 1934 Jacques Cartier, some scarcer cachet 1939 Royal Visits, and a lovely run of 1950s, including a Canada Replacement cachet of the 1957 Outdoor Sports issue. We also included covers of the 1859 5c beaver and 1c Victoria (Scott #14 and 15)
- Germany starts off with some early States covers, but the highlight is the series of postcards of the 1930s featuring military scenes during Germany's re-armament phase. Some post-war single franking covers are worth looking at.
- several Newfoundland lots, including favor canceled postcards with stamps, and a first flight cover to India,
- a couple of seldom seen Ukraine commercial covers of 1918,
- US starts with an 1841 letter regarding the incarceration of a Boston native, then a bunch of c1918 automotive and truck advertising corner cards, a pilot signed cover for a record breaking upside-down endurance flight (really! read the description and check Wikipedia), and interesting later FDC items,
- some better China souvenir sheet and Space theme FDCs
- and, as always, lots of bargains!
Auctions closing Saturday March 25, 2023
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