I.C.C. Dutch Mission. Postal Stationery Skanderbeg 5 qint from Vlonë 17-12-1913 to Assen (Netherlands) with the cachet of the Dutch Mission in violet, fine (some wrinkles and one stamp missing). The card was written by Colonel Thomson, the second-in-command of the mission, who was killed in action in June 1914.
World War I, prisoner of war card from camp Mauthausen (Oberösterreich), purple Offiziersstation für Kriegsgefangene/ in Mauthausen to Italy by Red Cross, written 19.3.16, arrival 20.4.16, 4 different censor markings
Coat of Arms 2 kreuzer yellow typographic printing perforated 10½ and 3 kreuzer green lithographic printing perforated 10½, mixed franking on cover K. und K. MILIT. POST PRIJEDOR 14/3/96 to Linz, on reverse transit Zadar/Zara, very fine
Coat of Arms 20 kreuzer olivegreen typographic printing, perforated 10½ on reverse off registered letter K.und K. MILIT. POSTXVIII DOL.TUZLA 25/11/96 to Munich, (10 kreuzer postage and 10 kreuzer registration fee), fine/very fine (small crease) with 2001 Jovan Velickovic certificate, cat.v. 2250 Very rare single franking!
Coat of Arms 1879-1901. Collection lithographic and typographic printings */**, specialised on perforations including better items as Fe.8I * perf.10½ (with part of watermark, signed Ferchenbauer), 1II ** perf.10½ in sheetpart of 12, 4II perf.11½ in block 4(1 ex.*, 3 ex.**), type pairs ½ kreuzer and reprints, 16 **(signed Ferchenbauer), 19 ** (signed Matll VOB) and 24-28 in blocks of 4 ** perforated 6½:12½ and essay in blue for 1879 issue on carton paper (38x45 mm) without value
Coat of Arms 1 heller - 5 kronen (including the not issued 20, 30 and 40 heller) all with variety imperforated and all in marginal blocks of 4, fine/very fine unmounted mint (20 and 30 heller small wrinkle), cat.v.1800
Coat of Arms, 5 heller green (2x, one with certificate Ferchenbauer, nearly unmounted mint), 10 heller red used on piece and unused, and 40 heller orange unused with blue crayon, all with variety double print, very fine
Coat of Arms 1901-1905, collection of 58 stamps with mixed perforations including 6½, 12½:6½, imperforated at one sid, pairs in between imperforated, etc., all mint (and some never hinged) and very fine
Landscapes. Full sheet of 50 stamps of the 1 heller with mixed perforations 9¼, 10½ and 12½ and full sheet of the 5 heller with mixed perforations 6½, 9½, 10½ and 12½ and sheet parts of 20 stamps of the complete set with mixed perforations., mainly very fine
Landscapes 1906, specialised collection with perforations used and */** (some both), with complete sets perforations 12½, 9¼, 6½, 10½ (without gum), mixed perforations 9½:6½, 10½:12½ (partly without gum), 12½:6½, 12½:9½ and 6 heller and 30 heller with perforation13½, some with perforation 5¼ at one side, and 6 covers, in album
Landscapes 1906, 16 stamps with so called "Cooleman" mixed perforations and the 45 heller used with 3 sides perforated 11½ and imperforated at left, the so called "Banjaluka perforation" (with 2007 Rüdiger Soecknick certificate)
Karl I and Zita 10 - 40 heller, imperforated proofs 10 heller in yellow green and blue green, 15 heller in carmine and brown carmine, 40 heller in blue and violet and the compete set in pairs in grey, very fine, cat.v. 700
Postage Due 1904-1916, collection * and ** with first set imperforated and perforated 10½ and 10½ x 9¼, first set in black imperforated on carton paper, imperforated pairs 2+6 heller and 50+8 heller, the second set imperforated ** etc.
Collection 1906-1918 with many better sets and stamps, including Fe.91B ** (certificate Ferchenbauer), 7 ex. 142-143 imperforated in different colors, 99-116 ** imperforated, 122 ** in pair in between imperforated, 124-141 in blocks of 4 **, 124B **, 127D**, I/XIII perforated and imperforated **, overprint varieties as double, double prints and postage due with 1-13 ** imperforated and 14-26 ** perforated and imperforated , in album.
collection of 8 reply coupons, all used with arrival cancels, number 1 (3 different types incuding 26.10.1907 first month of issue), 3 with changed rates, 5x changed, (33, 38, 52, 66 and 50), 28 to 52, 28 to 33 and 52 and number 3 (2x), all very fine
collection of over 350 vignettes and poster stamps including Red Cross, Kriegsfürsorge, Annexion Bosniens Herzegowina, für unsere Soldaten and many Reichsverein für Kinderschutz in different colors and strips of 5, some at reverse of covers, Wien Adria Ausstellung etc. in album
Leopold I 10 centiem bruin op dun papier met watermerk LL in kader, postfris met certificaten Willy Balasse 1972 en Pierre Kaiser 2012, cat.w. 5400++. In deze kwaliteit uiterst zeldaam. Herkomst: collectie Koning Karel van Roemenië
Bezetting van het Rheinland, 1 centiem t/m 10 frank 1e oplage en 1 t/m 10 frank 2e oplage, postfris met certificaat Johannes Hoffner 2017 (nr. OC51 keurstempeltje achterzijde, nr. OC53A korter tandje onder), cat.w. 1473
Mei Lanfang 4 - 50 fen, fine/very fine unmounted mint (4 fen light crease and small gum disturbance, both 8 fen stamps crease and some minor toning, 10 fen light crease, 22 fen small gum disturbance, 50 fen corner crease), cat.v. 3000
Airmail overprint in purple, 1/8 Menalek (pair and 2 single ex.) the single ex. both with DOUBLE overprint, ½ Menalek (2 ex.) 1 ex. with DOUBLE overprint, 1 Menalek (pair) on cover from Dir Dawa 22-1-1930 to Addis Ababa (arrival postmark 25-1-1930), all overprints type I (19½ mm with double point) and additional 1/8 Menalek without overprint in strip of 4 on reverse of the cover, vertical filing fold/crease
Airmail overprint in dark purple type II (20 mm with double point) on 1/8 Menalek, 1 Menalek and 4 Menelak and pair 2 Menalek without overprint on registered cover Addis Abeba 10-1-1930 to London (arrival postmark registered Tooting 27-1-1930), postage rate for double weight letter, a fine to very fine cover, rare
Empire Lauré 20 centimes blue (5x including 2 pairs) on cover 15-1-1871 transported by Boule de Moulins to Paris (arrival mark 18-2-1871 on reverse), fine/very fine with 2019 Christian Calves certificate. When Paris was besieged by the Germans in 1870-1871 the Boule (a hollow bullit) was a way to get mail to Paris. The Boule was filled with letters and thrown in the Seine, the purpose was the Boule floating downstream to Paris were it had to be recovered. Unluckily none of the Boules ever reached Paris. The contents of the recovered Boules were smuggled in to Paris by feet.
Cérès 25 centimes blue in block of 4 and 80 centimes rose in strip of 5 on cover from Paris 29-7-1874 to Santiago (Chile) with written Pacific Steam Navigation Company via Bordeaux and cachet 65 in red, somewhat stained but no other faults