Lot 1056, selected group of worldwide covers, sold for C$1,053

Ex-Lot 1056, selected group of worldwide covers, sold for C$1,053Lot 1056 Worldwide Group of 73 Selected Better Worldwide Covers, from many different countries such as China (PRC), Switzerland, Germany, France, Zanzibar, Austria, United States, New Brunswick, India, Malta, Cayman Islands, Grenada, Cyprus, Gibraltar, French Polynesia, and much more. Noted commercial covers, first day covers, Zeppelin covers, destinations, frankings, a 1935 Portuguese Red Cross inverted overprint error cover, etc. A very useful and valuable lot, with a few small faults but overall fine or better, and quite worth a close look. Estimate $500, sold for C$900.00 plus 17% buyer’s premium.

Lot 991 — 1899-1901 Zanzibar bin-Said set, sold for $403

Lot 991 high value

Lot 991
Lot 991 Zanzibar #62-78 1899-1901 ½a to 5R Sultan bin-Said, set of 15 with fresh, deep colours. The entire set is never hinged, a few with light gum creases but most with immaculate gum. The most prominent gum crease does not show any crease in the papers fiber in fluid, the 5R has a light smudge of gray brown printer’s ink on the back which in our opinion adds character. A fine-very fine set, not commonly found never hinged. Scott CV$326, sold for $350 plus buyer’s premium.