Worldwide Stamps and Covers

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Cherrystone Auctions

Closed Auction
Mar 20, 2018 America/New_York

Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Tuesday Mar 20, 2018 10:00 to Wednesday Mar 21, 2018 18:00 America/New_York
Last date for bids: 
Tuesday Mar 20, 2018 09:00 America/New_York
Cherrystone is pleased to present our MARCH 20-21, 2018 Sale of Rare Stamps and Postal history of the World, featuring the collection formed by Arden L. Bement, Jr., offered on behalf of Purdue University.  The sale contains 1,765 lots, with notable United States, Great Britain and British Commonwealth, numerous European countries, with Austria, Belgium, France & Colonies, Germany, Iceland, Italy and Colonies, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Switzerland.  From Asia there are selections of China, Japan and Korea. South American countries are also well represented, with Colombian Air Post and many others.  As customary, the sale contains 100+ large lots and collections, including Dr.Bement’s Russia and Zemstvo.  A limited number of printed catalogues are available.

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Lot 914 - Iceland  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #914 - Iceland

1876 10a red carmine, perf. 14x131/2, thick paper, block of four, well centered, light hinge reinforcing perf. separations, otherwise v.f., with 2000 Moller and 2004 Nielsen certificates (without photo), stating "Pragtobject" (Facit 12d)
Cat. Val. SEK 30,000
Estimate: $1000

Lot 915 - Iceland  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #915 - Iceland

1882 3a orange, used in 1896 on unsevered 5a postal reply card, paying the 8a post card rate from Reykjavik to Kolding, with Copenhagen transit and Kolding arrival on reverse, fine,
Cat. Val. $650
Estimate: $300

Lot 916 - Iceland  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #916 - Iceland

1896 6a light gray, perf. 13, used on 5a blue postal stationery card to Munich, Germany (overpaying the 10a rate by 1a), tied by Reykjavik 3.7.00 cds, with Munich arrival (Jul 15), some soiling near the stamp, otherwise fine,
Cat. Val. $1,250
Estimate: $400

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