Lot 1531, Group of 47 Graf Zeppelin South American flown covers and cards, sold for C$1,404

Lot 1531, Group of 47 Graf Zeppelin South American flown covers and cards, sold for C$1,404Lot 1531 Group of 47 Graf Zeppelin South America Flown Covers and Cards, includes items from Argentina (x10), Bolivia (x3), Brazil (x19), Chile (x2), Paraguay (x4) and Uruguay (x8), all addressed to Germany, except for one Brazil to Austria and two Brazil flown internally. Most have creases or other faults, still overall fine or better. From the The Leon Victor Pont Collection of Early India, New Zealand and Worldwide Pioneer Flight Covers. Estimate $500, sold for C$1,200.00 plus 17% buyer’s premium.

Lot 981, Worldwide Postal History, ex-Liptak

Lot 981, Worldwide Postal History, ex-LiptakLot 981 Worldwide Interesting Collection of Worldwide Postal History, all written up and displayed on pages in two albums, with about 150 covers in all from the 1800s to modern, with the majority being before 1960. A nice variety of interesting material here, including an 1880 Elie (Scotland) registration receipt, 1935 Brazil Zeppelin flight, 1927 Columbia SCADTA cover, 1938 Spain Civil War censored cover, 1943 airmail China to USA, 1945 Israel censored, 1934 Paraguay Chaco War military cover, 1940 Finland Olympic Games slogan, 1936 Ceylon to G.B., Special Christmas flights and many more unusual and fascinating covers, including many WWII censored. Well worth a close inspection, we have only scanned a few. Ex. Liptak collection. Estimate C$600.

Lot 1050, Germany 1930 Graf Zeppelin flown postcard to Brazil, VF

Lot 1050, Germany 1930 Graf Zeppelin flown postcard to Brazil, back, VF
Lot 1050, Germany 1930 Graf Zeppelin flown postcard to Brazil, front, VFLot 1050 Germany #127-49B 1930 Germany Graf Zeppelin Flown Picture Postcard to Brazil, franked with C38, the South America overprint Graf Zeppelin issue. Mailed Berlin on MAY.19, 1930 and flown to Sevilla, Spain, to connect with the Graf Zeppelin. Has confirmation handstamp at left in red. Arrived in Bahia, Brazil on MAY.24. The picture depicts a Doenier DO-X Airplane. Clean and very fine. Frost CV U$850.