Auction #66 features 966 lots of worldwide airmail covers, airmail ephemera and airmail FDC’s and stamps. It also contains a fine selection of scarce trans Atlantic flights including a signed Wilkins North Polar Expedition flight 1927, Costes and Le Brix non-stop flight from Paris to Buenos Aires 1927, ‘Columbia’ first non-stop transatlantic flight from New York to Berlin 1927, signed S/S Isle de France return first catapult flight piloted by Domergue 1929, signed Post and Gatty Round the World flight in "Winnie Mae" 1931, Endres and Magyar "Justice for Hungary" flight from Newfoundland to Hungary 1931, Balbo Air Squadron Chicago to Rome 1933, signed Pond and Sabelli eastward and westward flights 1934, Bahamas and Dominican Republic acceptances for return of LZ129 Hindenburg first North America flight 1936, signed Focke-Wulf 'Brandenburg' first successful Trans-Atlantic round trip between Berlin and New York 1938. Also many related original B&W copyright and press photographs.
Auction #065 contains 887 lots worldwide airmail covers, and 44 lots of airmail ephemera. Amongst the airmail covers are 124 lots of pre 1930 pioneer flights,48 lots of Imperial Airways,89 lots of Great Britain External, and 50 lots of Great Britain Internal first and special flights. There are also fine selections of Argentina, Australia, Belgian Congo, India, Morocco and New Zealand flown covers. Estimate values for the auction range from £2.50 to £700.00. If you are looking for fine and rare material to enhance your exhibit, for quality material to fill gaps in your growing collection, or for a few inexpensive items to get you started in a new area of interest, auction #65 is certain to have something for you.
Auction #64 features 946 lots of airmail covers, airmail ephemera, early period fine unmounted mint airmail stamps, first day covers commemorating important airmail events from around the world, and airmail literature and reference material. If you are looking for fine and rare material to enhance your exhibit, for quality material to fill gaps in your growing collection, or for a few inexpensive items to get you started in a new area of interest, our next sale #64 is certain to have something for you.