368. Auction

26-30 March 2019 in Wiesbaden

Lot no.472

Condition

6

Catalogue no.28 Italy P8,11

Opening150 €
Sold for220 €
1877, Large Numerals 5c. blue as vertical pair paying the local postage with barred cancel on folded lettersheet to Genoa, with blue "T" and 1-10" alongside, taxed upon arrival "17" decimes thus postage due 30-40c. and 1l. applied, part of address and "SOUTHAMPTON-SHIP-LETTER" cds. restored, nevertheless a scarce and attractive entire
Lot no.473

Condition

6

Catalogue no.28,31 Italy P6,12

Opening300 €
Sold for460 €
1877, Large Numerals 5c. blue as horizontal pair and 20c. rose paying the local postage tied by barred "A" to folded letter to Genoa endorsed "p Liffey" and with red "SHIP-LETTER B LONDON" alongside, taxed upon arrival "22" decimes thus postage due 2l. and 10c. as vertical pair applied and tied by cds. "GENOVA 9 APR 74", some adhesives with minor imperfections, a very attractive and scarce entire, signed Enzo Diena with certificate (1991)
Lot no.474

Condition

6

Catalogue no.39, Italy P7,11

Opening200 €
Sold for160 €

1877, Numerals 10c. brick-red paying the local postage tied by barred "D" to enevelope to Genoa endorsed "per Britannia", taxed "80c" and upon arrival "13" decimes thus postage due 30c. and 1l. applied (the latter removed and re-affixed to show the red "PAYS ETR. P. ANG BORDEAUX 30 OCT 79" cds., minor ageing, a fine and attractive cover

Lot no.475

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening80 €
Sold for64 €

1861, unpaid cover from Montevideo with blue octogonal "MONTEVIDEO" to Ivrea with red transit mark "BRESIL BORDEAUX 19 JANV 61", upon arrival charged "10"., fine

Lot no.476

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening100 €
Sold for100 €
1861, unpaid folded letter from Montevideo with cds. "MONTEVIDEO * PAQ. FR. K. No. 1 * 15 NOV 68" to Como with "CORREO MONTEVIDEO" and several transit marks, upon arrival charged "10"., fine
Lot no.477

Condition

6

Catalogue no.33,36, Italy P11,12

Opening800 €
Sold for800 €
1866, Numeral 5c. blue and horizontal strip of three 20c. rose tied by barred "A" to reverse of folded letter endorsed "Pr. Sh. Gironde" (acutally travelled by "Orenoque") to Genoa with octogonal "MONTEVIDEO PAQ FR. J NO 2 12 JANV 74" and scarce French Italian exchange marking "F*56" alongside, upon arrival charged "70" decimes thus horizontal strip of three postage due 2l. and single 1l. applied and tied by cds., horizontal fold through 1l. postage due, otherwise a fine and very attractive cover and a large franking of this Uruguayan issue combined with one of the highest Italian taxations on transatlantic mail from South America
Lot no.478

Condition

6

Catalogue no.34, Italy P8,11

Opening200 €
Sold for160 €

1866, Numerals 10c. green tied by barred "3" to cover endorsed "p France" to Genoa, charged "80" in France and upon arrival charged "14" thus postage due 40c. and 1l. applied and tied by cds., small part of front missing at upper left, otherwise a fine and attractive entire, signed Raybaudi with certificate (1988)

Lot no.479

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening200 €
Sold for360 €
1872, unpaid printed matter dated "Montevideo 20 Stbr 1872" with blue senders cachet alongside to Genoa, upon arrival charged "17" thus postage due 2,5 and 10c. applied on reverse and tied by cds., minor ageing at left, a fine and scarce usage
Lot no.480

Condition

6

Catalogue no.38, Italy P6,10-11

Opening250 €
Sold for460 €
1877, Numerals 5c. green as horizontal strip of four with barred "A" on cover to Genoa with blueish-green senders cacher alongside, charged "160" in France and upon arrival charged "28" thus postage due 10c. and 1l. each as pair and single 60c. applied and tied by cds. "GENOVA 21 6 78", postage due some minor imperfections, a scarce and very attractive entire
Lot no.481

Condition

6

Catalogue no.39, Italy P7-8,10

Opening200 €
Sold for160 €

1877, Numerals 10c. red tied by barred cancel to cover endorsed "vap La France" to Genoa with boxed "FUERA DE HORA" alongside, charged "80" in France and upon arrival charged "13" thus postage due 30-40c. and 60c. applied and tied by cds., small part of front missing and reverse flap stabilized, otherwise a fine and attractive entire

Lot no.482

Condition

6

Catalogue no.39,40, Italy P10-11

Opening250 €
Sold for340 €
1877, Numerals 10c. red and 20c. brown tied by barred "A" to cover to Genoa with blueish-green senders cacher alongside, charged "80" in France and upon arrival charged "26" thus postage due 60c. as pair of 1l. applied and tied by cds. "GENOVA 21 6 78", a scarce and very attractive entire
Lot no.483

Condition

6

Catalogue no.40, Italy P8,11

Opening300 €
Sold for240 €

1877, Numerals 20c. brown, two singles tied by barred "A" and partially by cds. "CORREO MONTEVIDEO 21 AGOST 78" to double weight cover endorsed "pr St. Poitou" to Genoa with blue senders cacher alongside, charged "160" in France and upon arrival charged "28" thus postage due
40c. and 1l., each as vertical pair, applied and tied by cds., tiny part of front missing at left and 1l. affixed around the edge, otherwise a rare and attractive cover

Lot no.484

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening80 €
Sold for64 €

1841, folded letter dated "Montevideo 21 Maggio 1841", addressed to Genoa and transported by ship "Costante", charged 4 soldi upon arrival and red three-line "VIA DI MARE (A)" applied, fine

Lot no.485

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening80 €
Sold for485 €

1841, folded letter dated "Montev Abrile 7 1840", addressed to Genoa and transported by ship "Mima", charged 5 soldi upon arrival and red three-line "VIA DI MARE (A)" applied, fine

Lot no.486

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening80 €
Sold for64 €

1848, folded letter dated "Mtevideo 28. febbraro 1848", addressed to Genoa and transported by ship "Maria Teresa", charged 4 soldi upon arrival and red -line "VIA DI MARE (A)" applied, fine

Lot no.487

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening80 €
Sold for80 €
1848, folded letter dated "Montevideo Agosto 5 1848", addressed to Genoa and transported by ship "Chinescal", charged 9 soldi upon arrival and red -line "VIA DI MARE (A)" applied, fine
Lot no.488

Condition

6

Catalogue no.Italian PO 6-7

Opening4.000 €
Sold for7.000 €
1874, Estero Viktor Emanuel II. 30 (with lower left corner "unmodified") and 40c. tied by a superb strike of the rare barred "MONTEVIDEO" to insufficently paid registered envelope transported on the ship "Europa" to Aulla, upon arrival a good strike of two-line "Da Montevideo coi Postali Italiani" applied, some soiling and minor imperfections on the adhesives, but one of only four known registered letters carried by Lavarello from Montevideo to Italy, only two of these known with the barred "MONTEVIDEO" cancel and this is the only known with this franking as also mentioned in "Sassone Gli Annullamenti" on page 629, signed Colla with certificate (2009) and certificate Scheller (2009)
Lot no.489

Condition

6

Catalogue no.Ital. Foreign 6,11

Opening3.000 €
Sold for3.000 €
1874, Estero Viktor Emanuel II. 20 and 40c. tied by a strike of the rare barred "MONTEVIDEO" to folded letter to Napoli Vallo della Lucania per Acquavella, some soiling and minor imperfections on the adhesives, but only two other covers known with this cancellation, signed E. Diena with certificate (1984)
Lot no.490

Condition

6

Catalogue no.29, Italy P8

Opening150 €
Sold for150 €
1866, Numerals 10c. green paying the local rate tied by barred "A" to envelope endorsed "Italo-Platense" with adjacent cds. "CORREO MONTEVIDEO 25 OCT 72" to Genoa, taxed "4" d. and postage due 40c. applied on reverse, with good strike of handstamp "con Bastim Mercant." alongside, two disinfection slits, a scarce and fine entire
Lot no.491

Condition

6

Catalogue no.29, Italy P8-9

Opening500 €
Sold for800 €
1874, Numerals 10c. green (faulty) paying the local postage tied by barred oval and cds. "CORREOS MONTEVIDEO 19 JUN" to almost complete folded letter to Como, taxed "9" d. and postage due 40 and 50c. applied with adjacent three-line "PIROSCAFI POSTALI FRANCESI", (last line with pen strike-through, this cancellation was in use because the handstamp "Da Buenos Aires coi Postali Italiani" was not ready yet), two disinfection slits, fine. A very attractive entire from the first journey of the "Espresso" of the Laverello Company from Montevideo to Genoa and at the same time the only known letter from Montevideo with this peculiarity
Lot no.492

Condition

6

Catalogue no.29, Italy P7

Opening600 €
Sold for600 €
1874, Numerals 10c. green paying the local postage tied by barred oval with adjacent cds. "CORREOS MONTEVIDEO 19 OCT 74" to enevelope to Stradella, taxed "9" d. and three singles postage due 30c. applied with adjacent two-line "Da Montevideo coi Postali Italiani", two disinfection slits, the Uruguay and one postage due adhesive faults. A very attractive entire with the earliest known date of the handstamp
Lot no.493

Condition

6

Catalogue no.39, Italy P11

Opening150 €
Sold for200 €
1877, Numerals 10c. brick-red paying the local postage tied by cds "CORREOS MONTEVIDEO 7 JUNIO 77" to enevelope to Genoa, taxed "10" d. and postage due 1l. applied with adjacent two-line "Da Montevideo coi Postali Italiani", a fine and scarce entire
Lot no.494

Condition

6

Catalogue no.39, Italy P8

Opening150 €
Sold for120 €

1877, Numerals 10c. brick-red paying the local rate tied by barred "A" to envelope endorsed "pr. Europa" with adjacent cds. "CORREO MONTEVIDEO 6 DICIE 78" to Genoa, taxed "4" d. and postage due 40c. applied, with good very clear strike of handstamp "con Bastim Mercant." with another one alongside, slightly toned at left, a scarce and fine entire

Lot no.495

Condition

6

Catalogue no.39, Italy P11

Opening200 €
Sold for160 €

1877, Numerals 10c. brick-red paying the local postage tied by cds "CORREOS MONTEVIDEO 8 5 77" to enevelope to Genoa from there forwarded to Stradello and back, taxed "10" d. and two singles postage due 1l. applied with adjacent two-line "Da Montevideo coi Postali Italiani", despite some faults an an attractive entire

Lot no.496

Condition

6

Catalogue no.39, Italy P13

Opening5.000 €
Sold for4.000 €
1877, 10c. brick-red as block of eight plus single, paying internal rate for 9 Uruguayan weights of 7,5 gr., tied by barred "A" to reverse of enevelope endorsed "Pr. Str. Nord America" addressed to Genoa, upon arrival charged for five Italian weights of 15gr. and postage due 5l. applied and tied by cds. "GENOVA 3 1 78" with two-line handstamp "Da Montevideo coi Postali Italiani" alongside, some folds away from adhesives and openend out for display, this is already a very rare single franking, beyond that the only known letter from South America with a single 5l. postage due stamp, signed E. Diena with certificate (1987)
Lot no.497

Condition

6

Catalogue no.40, Italy P11

Opening150 €
Sold for160 €
1877, Numerals 20c. yellowish-brown paying the local postage tied by cds "CORREOS MONTEVIDEO 8 MAYO 77" to double-weight enevelope to Genoa, taxed "10" d. and postage due 1l. applied with adjacent two-line "Da Montevideo coi Postali Italiani", some ago spots, a fine and scarce entire
Lot no.498

Condition

6

Catalogue no.Italy P9

Opening150 €
Sold for160 €
1877, unpaid enevelope sent from  Montevideo to Genoa, taxed "10" d. thus postage due two singles 50cl. applied and tied by cds. "AGQUI 3 SET 77" and two-line "Da Montevideo coi Postali Italiani" alongside, reverse flap roughly opened and small tear at top, otherwise a fine and attractive cover directly consigned to the Italian Consulate
Lot no.499

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening500 €
Sold for500 €
1867, Postal stationery enevelope Numerals 10c. green endorsed "p. Vapore Europa" paying the local postage, taxed "9" d. and two-line "Da Buenos Aires coi Postali Italiani" alongside, faults at top and two disinfection slits, a rare cover as the "Europa" did not call at Montevideo, the cover was privately sent to the Buenos Aires P.O. and embarked on the "Europa", only two entires with this peculiarity are known (Higgins & Gage#6)
Lot no.500

Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening120 €
Sold for120 €
1879, Postal stationery enevelope Numerals 10c. blue endorsed "p Steamer Matteo Bruzzo" from "MONTEVIDEO AUG 8 84" to Lemgo and from there forwarded to Bad Oeynhausen (Higgins und Gage #8) During the ships journey a terrible cholera epodemic afflicted the people provoking several deaths. The vessel was rejected by Uruguay and Brazil and forced to sail back to Italy, where it was kept in quarantine close to the isle of Pianosa
Lot no.1071

Condition

6

Catalogue no.1

Opening800 €
Sold for850 €
1856, Diligencia 60c. (pale)blue in good shade with usual margins, uncancelled as often on folded lettersheet to Salto, some ageing, otherwise a fine and rare first issue cover, certificate Hunziker (1963)  
Lot no.1072

Condition

6

Catalogue no.1

Opening800 €
Sold for800 €
1856, Diligencia 60c. deep-blue in intense shade with usual margins, uncancelled as often on folded letter to Minas, some minor ageing, otherwise a fine and rare first issue cover, signed Hunziker with certificate (1963)  
Lot no.1073

Condition

2

Catalogue no.2

Opening100 €
Sold for220 €
1856, Diligencia 80c. green in fresh shade and with good to large margins, unused wihtout gum, a very fine stamp
Lot no.1074

Condition

2

Catalogue no.2

Opening100 €
Sold for180 €
1856, Diligencia 80c. green in fresh shade and with good to large margins, unused wihtout gum, a very fine stamp
Lot no.1075

Condition

2

Catalogue no.3

Opening120 €
Sold for240 €
1856, Diligencia 1r. carmine in fresh and deep shade and with huge margins at top and left, unused, a superb example
Lot no.1076

Condition

2

Catalogue no.3

Opening100 €
Sold for110 €
1856, Diligencia 1r. carmine in fresh and deep shade and good margins, unused, a superb example
Lot no.1077

Condition

2

Catalogue no.5-7

Opening150 €
Sold for300 €
1858, Montevideo 120-240c., each with fresh color and large, well balanced margins, unused without gum, very fine, signed Hunziker with three certificates (1961, 1965)