369 / STOCKHOLMIA 2019 & ERIVAN Worldwide Rarities

June 1'st 2019 in Stockholm
Lot no.20
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Condition

6

Catalogue no.

Opening1.000 €
Sold for1.700 €

1862, Liberty 1 peso rose, a fine used example with large even margins all round, tied to 1863 cover to France by oval lozenge of dots in black with circular ‘Buenos Aires / Correos’ (Feb 27) in black above. Carried on RMSP ‘Mersey’ to Rio de Janeiro, where trans-shipped to the RMSP ‘Parana’ to Southampton. Struck in London with ‘GB / 1F 60c.’ Anglo-French accountancy marking in black with London transit (April 6) and arrivals on reverse, where charged ‘8’ décimes due. A scarce and most attractive overseas usage of the issue. Signed Cividini. Certificate E. Diena (1987).
 

Lot no.564

Condition

6

Catalogue no.2

Opening4.000 €
Sold for4.600 €
1858, Barquitos 3 pesos green, wonderful fresh colour and large margins with full framelines on all sides and parts of 2 neighbouring stamps, tied by crisp 'ponchito' cancel to lettersheet with adjacent  "CORREOS DE BUENOS AIRES 3 AGO 58" to Tucuman. A beautiful and fresh entire with one of the best cut examples of this rare stamp, for which a small removed stain at lower right is of absolutely minor importance. Signed van Dieten and Calves, certificate Philatelic Foundation (2019) (Scott 3) Provenance: Alfred Caspary (1958)
Lot no.565

Condition

6

Catalogue no.3

Opening3.000 €
Sold forUnsold
1858, Confederación Argentina 15 centavos blue, nice colour and full to large margins, used on entire letter and tied by clear oval marking "CORREOS NACTIONALES DE SAN JUAN / FRANCA" to Rosario. Very fine and scarce, especially in this condition. Certificate Philatelic Foundation (2018) Provenance: 116. Corinphila Auction (1999)
Lot no.566

Condition

6

Catalogue no.7I

Opening1.000 €
Sold for1.500 €
1862, Coat of Arms with accent 15 centavos blue, a magnificent example with good to extra large margins and in nice fresh shade, tied by "CORDOBA FRANCA" to lettersheet to Buenos Aires. The entire with some paper breaks in file and flap folds strengthened and small part of the entire with family name repaired. An attractive and scarce franking. Certificate Philatelic Foundation (1999) Provenance: 116. Corinphila Auction (1999)