367th. Auction

367. Heinrich Koehler Auction

Lot no.834

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening500 €
Sold for400 €
1815, Lettersheet with part of contents 9.5.1815 during the short time of Napoléon's return addressed to Bordeaux, transported by private ship to Bremen, here handed over to the Hannoveranian PO and transported via Switzerland with transit mark "SWISS PAR HUNINGUE" and "BASEL 4 Juny", receipt notation of Juni 12, 1815 (3 days before the battle of Waterloo); an interesting and scarce cover, certificate Van der Linden BPP (2001)
Lot no.835
There are additional 7% import fees (not tax deductible) if the purchaser are resident in the EU! For buyers outside of the EU, this import fees are not charged if the export of the goods can be proven.

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening800 €
Sold for1.700 €
1839, Entire letter from "GLASGOW DE 5 1839" to Ayr with arrival mark of the next day, showing on front good strike of handstamp "4"; a fine and rare letter of the first day of 4 d. uniform postage
Lot no.836
There are additional 7% import fees (not tax deductible) if the purchaser are resident in the EU! For buyers outside of the EU, this import fees are not charged if the export of the goods can be proven.

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening100 €
Sold for100 €
1840, Entire letter from "LUTON JA 9 1840" to Herts with frontside manuscript "4"; a fine letter from the last day of uniform 4 d. postage
Lot no.837
There are additional 7% import fees (not tax deductible) if the purchaser are resident in the EU! For buyers outside of the EU, this import fees are not charged if the export of the goods can be proven.

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening300 €
Sold for460 €
Lettersheet from "DUNFERMLINE 10 JA 1840" with frontside red manuscript "P" and handstamp "1"; light creasing, a nice cover from the first day of uniform 1 d. postage
Lot no.838

Condition

6

Catalogue no.2

Opening200 €
Sold for280 €
1 d. black, plate 4, MD, ample to large margins, used with central clear and bright red MC on entire letter from "ANDOVER AU 7 1840" to Newbury, very fine
Lot no.840

Condition

Catalogue no.5

Opening150 €
Sold for240 €
2 d. blue, GA, ample to large margins, neatly cancelled by red MC, very fine, sign. Drahn (very slightly shining throughI
Lot no.841

Condition

Catalogue no.2,5

Opening400 €
Sold for360 €
1 d. black and 2 d. blue, both with ample to large margins, neatly cancelled by central red resp. black MC, very fine
Lot no.842

Condition

6

Catalogue no.8

Opening100 €
Sold for160 €
1841, 1 d. red-brown, TG, clear to large margins, tied by numeral Maltese Cross "6" to entire letter 1843 to Torquay with arrival mark on front
Lot no.843

Condition

6

Catalogue no.8

Opening100 €
Sold for130 €
1 d. red-brown, slightly touched at right, otherwise large margins, tied by numeral MC "8" with adjacent "Moorgate St." to entire letter to Wellington
Lot no.844

Condition

Catalogue no.29

Opening800 €
Sold for1.200 €
1878, Victoria 1£. brown-lilac, from short A-row, used with clear cds. "GLASGOW JU 7 82", fine, certificate BPA (1966) (SG 4.500£)
Lot no.845

Condition

1

Catalogue no.49a

Opening800 €
Sold for900 €
1870, ½d. rose imperforated, Plate 1, fresh colour, unused, fine, certificate RPSL (1982) (SG. 4.500£)
Lot no.847

Condition

Catalogue no.127

Opening150 €
Sold for210 €
1867, 5 s. pale-rose, fresh colour and very good perforation, neatly cancelled by 2 clear strikes of small "NEWRY JU 21 72", extremely fine, certificate Louis BPP (2008)