371. Auktion

24.-28. September 2019 in Wiesbaden

Los-Nr.6013

Erhaltung

6

Katalog-Nr.

Ausruf200 €
Zuschlag200 €
1810, Entire letter, dated "St. Croix 18th March 1810" to Aberdeen, endorsed "via Liverpool" but sent via Ireland with frontside "COVE SHIP LE." and manuscript "Ship Letter Office Cove June 8th 1810" with adjacent Scottish exchange office mark in red, charged with a total of "2/6" on arrival; a tear in the upper part of the entire fixed with tape, still fine and interesting
Los-Nr.6014

Erhaltung

6

Katalog-Nr.

Ausruf1.000 €
Zuschlag1.700 €
1810, Entire letter dated "St. Croix 27th Feby 1810" with frontside clear blue "LEEWARD ISLAND F / AP 3 1810" to Aberdeen with frontside Scottish exchange mark "APR./W 8 M/1810", charged on arrival with "4/10"; very fine and rare, just one other letter recorded with this postmark in blue (of the same day and also struck on the front instead of the backside as usual)
Los-Nr.6015

Erhaltung

6

Katalog-Nr.

Ausruf2.000 €
Zuschlag2.400 €
"ST. CROIX DE 6 1811", the fleuron postmark, perfect strike on entire letter, dated the day before to Aberdeen with red Scottish exchange mark "JAN/W 25 M/1812" on front, charged on arrival with "4/8". A very fine and rare early letter with the illusive fleuron marking
Los-Nr.6016

Erhaltung

6

Katalog-Nr.

Ausruf1.000 €
Zuschlag1.000 €
1813, Lettersheet docketed "8 December 1813 E. Sarguy", addressed to N.M. Rothschild at London, showing on front oval "SHIP LETTER / PORTSMOUTH", charged on arrival "2/-". The only recorded letter sent with a naval ship from DWI in private hands; a similar letter is recorded in the Geill collection at the Danish postal museum
Los-Nr.6017

Erhaltung

6

Katalog-Nr.

Ausruf800 €
Zuschlagunverkauft
1814, "ST:THOMAS NOV 29 1814", large fleuron, nice strike on unpaid double rate lettersheet to London, charged on arrival with "4/4". Slightly stained on reverse, otherwise fine and very scarce
Los-Nr.6018

Erhaltung

6

Katalog-Nr.

Ausruf300 €
Zuschlag460 €
1818, Entire letter dated "St. Thomas fevr. 18 1818" with black straight line "St. THOMAS" to London, charged "4/2" on arrival, very fine
Los-Nr.6019

Erhaltung

6

Katalog-Nr.

Ausruf300 €
Zuschlagunverkauft
1822, Entire letter, dated "St. Thomas le 9 juillet 1822" to Bordeaux with frontside clear "COLONIES PAR BAYONNE", charged "6" decimes on arrival; desinfection slits and corresponding light stains, very fine and scarce
Los-Nr.6020

Erhaltung

6

Katalog-Nr.

Ausruf150 €
Zuschlagunverkauft
1825, Entire letter dated "St. Croix 18th Oct. 1825", sent via forwarding agent in London to Madeira with red boxed "PACKET LETTER" on reverse. The letter was charged in England with "2/7" and in Madeira with "40" reis; a fine and interesting item
Los-Nr.6021

Erhaltung

6

Katalog-Nr.

Ausruf150 €
Zuschlag150 €
1833 (ca.), Lettersheet endorsed "G.Gouverneuren" to captain Christian Zahrtmann, chief of the brigg. 'Allart' at Vest Ende Rhed (Christansted harbour). Zahrtmann was stationed in the Danish West Indies 1833/34 to conduct a map of the waters around the islands. An interesting and scarce item
Los-Nr.6022

Erhaltung

6

Katalog-Nr.

Ausruf100 €
Zuschlag110 €
1835, Entire letter dated "St. Tomas y Mayo 22 1835" to the Isle of Corse with frontside "MARSEILLE 25 JUIL 1835", boxed "PAYS D'OUTREMER" and oval "1 d." (shipletter fee); charged on arrival with "5" decimes. Small tear at bottom, otherwise very fine
Los-Nr.6023

Erhaltung

6

Katalog-Nr.

Ausruf300 €
Zuschlag300 €
1836, Entire letter, dated "St. Croix Dec. 24th 1836" to Toronto, Canada, showing on front large oval "FORWARDED BY A.J. HILL & PENISTON ST. THOMAS" with adjacent red "NEW-YORK SHIP FEB 1" charged on arrival with a total of "2/1½" Canadian currency; also a letter from the same correspondence, 4 weeks later without forwarding agent mark, but with green exchance point handstamp "QUEENSTON MA 1 1837" on front
Los-Nr.6024

Erhaltung

6

Katalog-Nr.

Ausruf800 €
Zuschlagunverkauft
1840, "LEEWARD ISLAND F" in green, clear strike on reverse of entire letter (the contents proving that it is coming from St. Thomas) to Edinburgh with clear London arrival mark of June 18, charged on arrival with "6/-"; some vertical folds, still fine and very scarce