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German States Oldenburg folded cover, with HAUPT AGENTUR agency cachet reverse and Oldenburg boxed cancels. Stamp worn at top, cover toned. Neat. '18 CV EUR220 for least expensive variety.
US$69
German States Oldenburg Ganzsache / postal stationery cover, a bit worn, good overall condition.
US$29
German States Oldenburg Ganzsache / postal stationery cover, a bit worn, good overall condition.
US$35
German States Oldenburg Ganzsache / postal stationery cover, a bit worn, good overall condition.
US$35
German States Oldenburg Ganzsache / postal stationery cover. Worn, miching much of reverse.
US$9
Totally beat-to-heck cover missing parts of left and reverse (sold as a FRONT). Stamps, however, are fine. Sent General Delivery to Turin, italy. Make it the rattiest 3-color Saxony cover in your collection! Or make it 3 nice stamps on piece (CV EUR136 as cheapest colors)
US$59
Booklet pane of Meat 25g ration stamps from WWI Bayern / Bavaria; MNG as issued.
US$19
Slightly worn, excellent condition. The security overprint is showing clearly on this example.
US$39
Complete set of German 1920 overprinted Bayern / Bavarian 'Abscheidserie' stamps. '18 CV EUR120
US$59
Complete set of Germania Deutsches Reich stamps overprinted Freistaat Bayern for use in Post-WWI Bavaria. '18 CV EUR75. Expertized Infla Berlin reverse.
US$39
Original stampless cover / entire letter from Hamburg. Worn, folded, some interior separating, etc.as per scan. Acompanyin note states that this was carried on Cunard's "Cambria" on its final voyage, and that this is the earliest known usage of the Boston 30cts marking. Provenance: ex. Connor, Booth, Taylor.
US$199
German folded cover, docketed interior from Hamburg, with Aachen 5cts cancel, New York 30 Packet, and Hamburg fancy four-line cancel. A bit worn, folded in center; very good used condition.
US$149
Cover from Forest Grove (manuscript at left), which I presume to be Forest Grove, Oregon. Sent to Brakenheim , Kingdom of Wuerttemberg. A bit worn, good genuinely used condition. With Wuertemberg Fahrenden Postamt (Traveling post office), Lauffen, and Stuttgart way cancels along with Brackenheim receiver reverse.
US$249
German folded cover with contents, sent from Bremen to Richmond, VA just after the end of the Civil War. Very worn, folded, interior with separations and a few insect holes, etc.
US$69
Cover with contents from Mazatlan, Mexico to Herrnhut, Sachsen / Saxony, (still its own kingdom in Germany), sent by ship and forwarded by two agents in New York, USA: Gilpin's Exchange Reading Room as well as Meyer and Hudson. A bit worn, folded; good condition, as per scans. With Outre Mer Havre way mark as well. Took from November to March to get as far as France -- the internet it wasn't.
US$199
Vorphila / pre-philatelic stampless folded cover with separate contents sent from Havana to Paris via New York forwarding agent Daniel Curtis and Co., with their red oval handstamp. A bit worn, folded -- looks good outside but internal flaps are quite tatty from insect damage. Sent by SS Arabia with New York British Packet red cancel.
US$149
Vorphila / pre-philatelic stampless folded cover with contents sent from Cartagena, Colombia to New York via forwarding agent C.J. Fox, Aspinwall NG - Aspinwall was the English-speaking name for Cartagena early in the American contact with the city. A bit worn, and folded, as per scans.
US$149
Vorphila / pre-philatelic stampless folded cover with contents sent from Cartagena, Colombia to New York via forwarding agents Geo. W. Fletcher, Aspinwall NG - Aspinwall was the English-speaking name for Cartagena early in the American contact with the city. Forwarded as well by Ramon Leon Sanchez, Cartagena NG. A bit worn, and folded, as per scans. Large STEAMSHIP 20 cancel. Scarce cover with dual forwarders.
US$199
Vorphila / pre-philatelic stampless folded cover with contents sent from Havana to New York via Charleston, South Carolina, USA forwarding agent C. Edmunston and Co., with their red octagon handstamp reverse, as well as a red Charleston CDS and "SHIP" cancel. A bit worn, folded, just starting to separate on one fold, as per scans. Great piece for the Southern collector.
US$149
Original autograph letter (ALS) from Charles Theodore of Bavaria, Count Palatine, as Duke of Juelich and Berg, and as Prince-Elector, Duke of Bavaria from 1777 until his death in 1799. Charles was a member of the House of Palatinate-Sulzbach, a branch of the House of Wittelsbach. Signed simply as Charles Theodore. An interesting tidbit from Wikipedia: Karlsplatz in Munich is named after Charels Theodore, and it was during his reign that the English Garden was established in Munich.
US$249
Original autograph letter (ALS) from Charles Theodore of Bavaria, Count Palatine, as Duke of Juelich and Berg, and as Prince-Elector, Duke of Bavaria from 1777 until his death in 1799. Charles was a member of the House of Palatinate-Sulzbach, a branch of the House of Wittelsbach. Signed Charles C d. Duc de Deux Pont (Duke de Deux Pont) another of his hereditary titles. An interesting tidbit from Wikipedia: Karlsplatz in Munich is named after Charels Theodore, and it was during his reign that the English Garden was established in Munich.
US$249
Original letter in secretarial hand, signed by Charles Theodore of Bavaria, Count Palatine, as Duke of Juelich and Berg, and as Prince-Elector, Duke of Bavaria from 1777 until his death in 1799. Charles was a member of the House of Palatinate-Sulzbach, a branch of the House of Wittelsbach. Signed Charles C d. Duc de Deux Pont (Duke de Deux Pont) another of his hereditary titles. An interesting tidbit from Wikipedia: Karlsplatz in Munich is named after Charels Theodore, and it was during his reign that the English Garden was established in Munich.
US$199
Germany Braunschweig / Brunswick used 3gr stamp pair in both colors. Four margins on the first stamp, and just touching on the corner of the second. With 2015 APS photo certs as well as Pfenninger cert "sehr frisch" -- "very fresh" and sound. '18 CV EUR630.
US$299
Germany Braunschweig / Brunswick used 3gr stamp on cover, signed twice Georg Buehler on front lower right. Barely four marigns -- two side very close but not touching. I think it's the better color, but I'm pricing it as the least expensive, '18 CV EUR300
US$129
Germany Braunschweig / Brunswick used 1gr stamp. Four margins, with cancel #8 from Brunswick Palace. '18 CV EUR500. With 2016 APS photo cert.
US$229
Germany Braunschweig / Brunswick used 1gr stamp. Four good margins, with Braunschweig city cancel. '18 CV EUR350. With 2016 Gertraud Lange BPP photo "Einwandfrei" / "Sound" cert.
US$179
Germany Braunschweig / Brunswick used 1gr stamp. Four good margins, with Braunschweig Palace Nr 8 cancel. '18 CV EUR320. With 2016 Gertraud Lange BPP photo "Einwandfrei" / "Sound" cert.
US$149
Germany Braunschweig / Brunswick used 1gr stamp. Four good margins, with Nr 46 cancel. '18 CV EUR450. With 2016 Gertraud Lange BPP photo "Einwandfrei" / "Sound" cert; also signed Pfenninger.
US$219
Germany Braunschweig / Brunswick used 1gr stamp. Four good margins, with Nr 8 cancel. '18 CV EUR500. With 2016 APS photo cert.
US$219
Germany Braunschweig / Brunswick used 1gr stamp. Four good margins, with Nr 38 cancel. '18 CV EUR420. With 2015 APS photo cert.
US$199