368. Auction

26-30 March 2019 in Wiesbaden

Lot no.439

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening150 €
Sold for120 €

1857, folded letter dated "Lima 12.8 1857" addressed to Chiavari, charged "14" decimes upon arrival, fine

Lot no.441

Condition

6

Catalogue no.13

Opening100 €
Sold for80 €

1866, Lama 10c. red tied by cds. "LIMA 13 OCT 867" to envelope via London to Rome, with accountancy marking "G.B. 1F90C" alongside, upon delivery "1 35" was charged, adhesive some minor abhrasion, a fine entire

Lot no.444

Condition

6

Catalogue no.14H, Italy P6,10-11

Opening400 €
Sold for320 €

Lama 20c. brown diagonally bisected tied by framed "ARICA" to envelope endorsed "Via Panama St. Nazaire", with three line "PANAMA 29 DE 1876 TRANSIT" alongside, the cover was delivered to the Colon French P.O. which sent the letter to St. Nazair by the "J" Line, upon delivery charged with "17" decimes, thus postage due 10, 60c. and 1l. applied and tied by cds. "GENOVA 28 GEN 77", postage due and enevelope with faults, nevertheless an attractive entire and to our knowledge the only cover with a bisected stamp of this issue addressed to Italy, signed Enzo Diena with certificate (1986)

Lot no.452

Condition

6

Catalogue no.22, Italy P7,12

Opening200 €
Sold for160 €

1874, Coat of arm s 10c. green tied by barred "C38" of the British P.O. Callo to envelope addressed to Genoa, blue accountancy mark "T 1-70" alongside, upon arrival charged with "23" decimes, thus postage due 30c. and 2l. applied and tied by cds. "GENOVA 19 6 78", a fine cover

Lot no.453

Condition

6

Catalogue no.22, Italy P7,12

Opening300 €
Sold for240 €

1874, Coat of arm s 10c. green tied by cds. "LIMA 12 AB 78" to folded letter addressed to Rapallo, blue accountancy mark "T 1-70" alongside, upon arrival charged with "23" decimes, thus postage due 30c. and 2l. applied and tied by cds. "RAPALLO", a fine cover, signed Enzo Diena

 

Lot no.456

Condition

6

Catalogue no.13, Italy P8,11

Opening300 €
Sold for240 €

Lama 10c. red tied by barred "C38" of British P.O. at Callao to envelope to Genoa with three-line "PANAMA 29 MY 1874 TRANSIT" and scarce boxed "F.* 58" which was only applied to covers from South Pacific via Panama alongside, reverse with cds. "LIGNE A PAQ. FR.. No. 2 JUIN 74"., upon arrival taxed "14" decimes, thus postage due 40c. and 1l. applied and tied by cds., vertical fold through Peru adhesive, otherwise a very attractive and unusual combination of the Ligne A postmarked combined with "PANAMA TRANSIT"