South & Central America Auction Images Page 12

Lot 1094 - 1903 - ½d to 2/- EVII issue all fine mint. (SG 14/21, Cat £90) - Est £45

Lot 1095 - 1938 - GVI 'Definitive' issue, perf 13 or 12, the set of twelve fine mint. (SG 101/112, Cat £286) - Est £125

Lot 1096 - 1938 - GVI range with 1d carmine, 2½d ultramarine, 3d brown, 6d violet, 1/- lake & 2/6 slate blue all perf 13 and 1½d purple, 2d orange and 3d deep brown perf 14, all good to fine mint. (SG 102, 105/109, 103a, 104a & 106ab, Cat £131+) - Est £60

Lot 1097 - 1938 - 1½d purple GVI issue, perf 13, a fine mint copy. (SG 103, Cat £25) - Est £12

Lot 1098 - 1938 - 2d orange GVI issue, perf 13, a good mint copy. (SG 104, Cat £25) - Est £10

Lot 1099 - 1938 - 6d violet GVI issue, perf 13, a fine mint copy. (SG 107, Cat £25) - Est £12

Lot 1100 - 1938 - 1/- lake GVI issue, perf 13, a fine mint copy. (SG 108, Cat £30) - Est £15

Lot 1101 - 1938 - 2/6 slate blue GVI issue, perf 13, a fine mint copy. (SG 109, Cat £45) - Est £20

Lot 1102 - 1938 - 5/- rose carmine GVI issue, perf 14, a fine mint copy. (SG 110a, Cat £30) - Est £15

Lot 1103 - 1882 - Amazing collection of 'Alpha Numeric' POSTMARKS on the 1882 'UPU' issue with SAN JUAN DEL SUR '1 S' on 5c, RIVAS '2 R' x 12, GRANADA '3 G' x 23, JINOTEPE '4 J' on 5c, MASAYA '5 M' x 6, MANAGUA '6 M' x 22 inc one in blue, LEON '7 L' x 13, CHINANDEGA '8 CH' x 9 inc one in purple, CORINTO '9 C' x 20 inc two in purple one on the 15c, OCOTAL '10 O' x 3, MATAGALPA '11 M' on 10c (poor strike) and SAN JUAN DEL NORTE '13 N' x 14 inc two in purple black and two in blue. Mixed condition, all are good to fine strikes. A super lot for study. Three small articles on these postmarks and the relative rarity accompany. (125 stamps) - Est £250

Lot 1104 - 1886 - 2c red brown on buff first postal stationery card (H&G 1) used with CORINTO cds in purple dated 18 AUG 1886. Addressed to LEON. - Est £25

Lot 1105 - 1890 - TRIAL OVERPRINT: 50c ultramarine 'Seebeck' TRAIN issue with small straight line 'FRANQUEO OFICIAL' TRIAL overprint in black. This overprint was rejected as it was too hard to see on the stamp. A scarcer Seebeck item. (SG Unlisted, See note in Maxwell Page 128) - Est £20

Lot 1106 - 1893 - ZELAYA - REVENUES: 5c vermilion, 10c violet & 25c blue 'Mosquito Reserve Government Stamp' REVENUE issue, engraved and printed by the 'Hamilton Banknote Co.' the set of three fine mint, the 25c is unused and has pinhole in the bottom left corner. A very scarce set. (Birks #300/02) - Est £75

Lot 1107 - 1893 - TELEGRAPH: 1c blue 'Seebeck' telegraph issue with variety 'TELEGRAFOS' OPT INVERTED, a fine copy. (Barefoot #26b, Cat £20) - Est £12

Lot 1108 - 1894 - OFFICIAL MAIL: Long cover with impressed 'MINISTERIO DE RELACIONES EXTERIORES' official imprint on flap franked with 1894 10c orange 'Seebeck' OFFICIAL issue (SG O81) tied by two strikes of MANAGUA cds dated SEP 23 1894. Addressed to BELGIUM with CORINTO Transit and ANNVERS arrival cds's on reverse. The cover has some folds not affecting the stamp or markings. A rare issue on cover. - Est £50

Lot 1109 - 1898 - TELEGRAPH: 5c olive brown 'Seebeck' issue with variety 'TELEGRAFO' OPT DOUBLE. A fine used copy. (Barefoot #unlisted) - Est £30

Lot 1110 - 1902 - 10c purple 'Momotombo' PSE (H&G B46) used with added 1901 5c deep blue 'Postage Due' issue with '1901 CORREOS' opt (SG 179) tied by light SAN JUAN DEL SUR cds. Addressed to USA with arrival cds on reverse. - Est £35

Lot 1111 - 1903 - 2c black & blue 'Zelaya' UNISSUED type (original colours black & carmine) overprinted SPECIMEN and with small hole punch. (As SG 190) - Est £10

Lot 1112 - 1903 - Cover franked with single 1902 15c on 2c orange red 'Momotombo' TRAIN surcharge issue (SG 187) tied by oval GRANADA cancel dated APR 20 1903. Addressed to ITALY with transit & arrival marks on reverse. - Est £20

Lot 1113 - 1903 - Cover franked with 4 x 1901 10c violet 'Postage Due' issue with '1901 Correos' opt and 1902 5c blue LITHO 'Momotombo' issue (SG 180 & 185) tied by oval LEON cancels. Addressed to USA with transit & arrival marks on reverse. Cover slightly trimmed at left but a scarce franking. - Est £45

Lot 1114 - 1906 - 10c on 2p deep green 'Provisional' OPT issue, a fine unused copy. (SG 234, Cat £21) - Est £10

Lot 1115 - 1906 - 'Vale 5 cts' on 10c reddish violet 'Momotombo' TRAIN postal stationery envelope (H&G B61) used with added strip of three 1905 10c brown ochre (SG 212) tied by oval LEON cancels dated MAR 16 1906. Addressed to USA with transit mark on reverse. Roughly opened in places. - Est £30

Lot 1116 - 1908 - Perkins Bacon REVENUE issue (later overprinted for postal use). A lovely Undenominated and undated IMPERF PLATE PROOF in deep carmine. - Est £20

Lot 1117 - 1911 - RAILWAY COUPON ISSUE: Cover franked with 1911 5c on 5c on 2c blue, 5 x 10c on 5c on 2c blue and 15c on 10c on 1c vermilion 'Railway Coupon' issue (SG 320/2, varying opt types) tied either by JINOTEGA cds's dated NOV 28 1911 or cancelled by manuscript 'Line' cancel. Addressed to GERMANY with LEON transit cds on front and CORINTO transit cds on reverse. A super franking. - Est £150

Lot 1118 - 1917 - 'Vale 2 cts. De Córdoba' on 35c green 'Train' postal stationery envelope (H&G B79) used with added 1914 2c vermilion (SG 396) tied by fair strike of large undated circular LEON 'Arms' cancel. Addressed to USA with transit cds on reverse. - Est £25

Lot 1119 - 1919 - ZELAYA - STAMP SHORTAGE: Cover with printed 'American Vice Consul Bluefields' in corner franked with 1918 5c black & blue REVENUE issue tied by two strikes of small BLUEFIELDS cds dated JUN 12 1919. Addressed to USA with arrival cds on reverse. This use of Revenue stamps for postage was in addition to the production of the 1919 'Bluefields' Provisionals. - Est £45

Lot 1120 - 1923 - ½c black & pale blue with 'SELLO POSTAL' opt in red, a fine mint block of four, gum a little sweated. (SG 486, Cat £31) - Est £16

Lot 1121 - 1927 - REVENUE: Green Undenominated PROOF for the base design for the CONSULAR REVENUE issue with the black value omitted, a fine pair on thick card. Light crease along base. - Est £25

Lot 1122 - 1930 - 1cor violet 'Opening of G.P.O. Managua' issue, the top value fine mint. An underrated issue. (SG 646) - Est £20

Lot 1123 - 1930 - Long cover franked with 1930 pair ½c sepia and pair 1c carmine 'Opening of G.P.O. Managua' issue (SG 636/7) tied by light BLUEFIELDS cds's dated DEC 20 1930. Addressed to USA. Light vertical fold at left away from the stamps. An uncommon issue on cover. - Est £20

Lot 1124 - 1931 - 15c on 25c orange 'P.A.A.' surcharge issue with 'Vale C 0.15 1931' Earthquake PROVISIONAL opt in green, an unused copy without gum with variety OVERPRINT INVERTED. Stamp has small tear and some nibbled perfs but a rare & underrated issue. (SG 652c, Sanabria 12a cat $350 in 1966) - Est £100

Lot 1125 - 1931 - EARTHQUAKE ISSUES: Printed 'Presidencia de la Republica Managua' envelope with gold 'Liberty Cap' imprint at top with oval ADMINISTRACION DE CORREOS MANAGUA marking in purple dated NOV 12 1931 sent via CORINTO with added 1931 5c sepia with '1931' earthquake opt and 'OFICIAL 'opt in red (SG O672) tied by CORINTO cds dated 13 NOV. Addressed to FRANCE with arrival cds on reverse. Cover has horizontal crease not affecting the stamp or markings and a few tiny tone spots but otherwise very scarce correct use of the earthquake officials. - Est £65

Lot 1126 - 1932 - 25c brown purple 'CORREO AEREO OFICIAL' opt issue with additional '1931' opt in black, a fine mint copy. (SG O693, Cat £47) - Est £25

Lot 1127 - 1932 - 1c yellow lightly used and 20c green unused 'Opening of Leon - Sauce Railway' issue. (SG 739 & 745, Cat £34) - Est £18

Lot 1128 - 1933 - Heavily trimmed cover with manuscript 'Tarde' at top franked with 1932 8c on 15c vermilion with variety 'CORREO AEREO INTERIOR 1932' OPT INVERTED (SG 716 variety) tied by OCOTAL cds dated 21 AUG 1933. Addressed to MANAGUA with boxed arrival mark on reverse. Rare. - Est £100

Lot 1129 - 1934 - Cover franked with 1933 2c bright carmine, 1c orange TAX issue and 1934 10c on 20c yellow green 'Servicio Centroamericano' AIR opt issue (SG 779, 813 & 814) tied by LEON cds's dated OCT 1 1934. Sent airmail to COSTA RICA with two line 'CORREO AEREO OF. DE LEON' marking on front and CORREO AEREO AN JOSE COSTA RICA arrival cds on reverse. An uncommon stamp correctly used on cover sent by Air in central America. - Est £45

Lot 1130 - 1938 - 'Anniversary of the Postal Service' EXTERIOR issue sheetlet of four containing the variety 50c ERROR OF COLOUR (printed in Black & blue the colour of the 15c), perf 11½, fine unused. (Maxwell #A240d, SG 999e/h Variety). - Est £25

Lot 1131 - 1938 - Headed 'Banco Nacional de Nicaragua' cover franked with 4 x 1938 5c on 50c brown comprising a normal single plus the three listed varieties 'Val' for 'Vale', 'Valc' for 'Vale' and 'Cantavos' for 'Centavos' (SG 1001, 1001a, 1001b & 1001c) tied by boxed MANAGUA cancel. Addressed locally. Scarce varieties used on cover. - Est £45

Lot 1132 - 1941 - 'Centenary of the First Postage Stamps' ROWLAND HILL issue (SG 1047/9), the set of three used on registered First Day Cover tied by large boxed MANAGUA cancels dated APRIL 4 1941 with large REG cachet alongside. Addressed to USA. A scarce FDC. - Est £45

Lot 1133 - 1942 - Cover franked with pair 1937 20c rose (SG 993g imperf) tied by boxed CORREO AEREO MANAGUA cancels dated 26 OCT 1942 censored in Nicaragua with brown censor strip with 'CENSURADA' handstamp in black at left and again on arrival in USA with B&W printed 'EXAMINED BY 12432' censor strip at right. A nice double censor. - Est £12

Lot 1134 - 1949 - 'Tenth World Amateur Baseball Championships' SPORT issue postage set of thirteen in miniature sheets of four. Fine mint & scarce. (SG MS1132a, Cat £120) - Est £60

Lot 1135 - 1954 - 2c and 10c 'National Airforce Commemoration' issue 'Waterlow' COLOUR TRIAL PROOFS in black & green and black & blue respectively with 'WATERLOW & SONS LTD SPECIMEN' opt in black and with small hole punch. (As SG 1210 & 1216) - Est £36

Lot 1136 - 1972 - EARTHQUAKE: Nice multicoloured fold out 'Recuerdos de Managua Nicaragua, Antes y Despues del Terremoto del 23 de Dic de 1972' PPC showing before and after photos of the devastation of the earthquake. Thirteen images altogether. Unused. - Est £12

Lot 1137 - 1979 - SANDINISTA REVOLUTION: Trio of long incoming bank meter covers from GERMANY, USA and FRANCE all addressed to the Bank of London & S America in MANAGUA sent in June 1979 with boxed TELCOR arrival marks. The covers were all delayed and held at the P.O. each cover with fine strike of two line 'CORREO ATRASADO POR LA GUERRA' marking in purple and an eventual Bank arrival mark dated 24 JUL 1979 over a month later. Very unusual. This marking has only recently been discovered and featured in an article in Nicaro January 2017. (2 items) - Est £30

Lot 1138 - 1890-1913 - Large lot of Postal Stationery mainly PSCs with duplicated range of 13 x 2c red Momotombo cards all used inc from Granada, Masaya, Leon, Managua etc many with CARTERO markings all commercial use. Also few Seebeck items used inc 1891 5c blue on yellow PSE used from CORINTO to LEON, 1890 10c grey PSE used SAN JUAN DEL NORTE to USA, 1894 3c card to USA, 1896 5c PSE used from RIVAS to MANAGUA etc plus a few unused items. Mixed condition mostly good to fine. (20 items, originally priced at £167) - Est £85

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Lot 1139 - 1913-1974 - Group of better covers inc 1913 2c on 10c purple brown PSE used locally in LEON, couple of National Palace items inc 1933 opt to Germany and 1918 ½c and 1c used on devalued PSC from MANAGUA to GRANADA, 1929 PAA opt on airmail cover to USA, 1939 UPU issue 1c, 5c & 16c on cover to MEXICO, 1937 ½c & 3 x 3c 'Postal Administration' issue on cover to Germany, 1946 Pan Am test flight, 1943 TACA FF to Miami, 1958 REG cover with home made money declaration label, 1964 RESELLO opts (3 diff pairs) on airmail cover to USA and 1974 cover from CHILE to NIGERIA with 'MAL ENCAMINADA A NICARAGUA' marking. (11 items) - Est £65

Lot 1140 - 1930-1943 - OFFICIAL MAIL: Group of Official covers with airmail cover franked 1930 5c black and 50c blue with 'OFICIAL' & 'Correo Aereo' opts (SG O518 & O619) tied MANAGUA to UK, 1931 REG cover with 1931 6c drab (SG O673) tied from LEON to USA, 1943 airmail cover with 1933 50c green (SG O829) tied from MANAGUA to USA and 1941 stampless cover with printed 'Consulado General de la Republica de China' & consulate cachet sent to USA. (4 items) - Est £45

Lot 1141 - 1876 - LAGOS: 1d lilac mauve QV issue, wmk 'Crown CC', perf 14, a fine lightly used copy. (SG 10, Cat £21) - Est £10

Lot 1142 - 1882 - LAGOS: 3d chestnut and 1/- orange QV issue both good used. (SG 19 & 26, Cat £36) - Est £16

Lot 1143 - 1884 - LAGOS: 1/- orange QV issue, a fine mint copy. (SG 26, Cat £23) - Est £10

Lot 1144 - 1904 - LAGOS: 2/6 green & carmine EVII issue on ordinary paper, a good mint copy. (SG 61, Cat £28) - Est £12

Lot 1145 - 1904 - LAGOS: 5/- green & blue EVII issue on ordinary paper, a good mint copy. (SG 62, Cat £26) - Est £12

Lot 1146 - 1905 - LAGOS: Cover franked with single 1904 2½d dull purple & blue on blue EVII issue (SG 47) tied by POST OFFICE LAGOS WEST AFRICA cds dated 3 JUN 1905. Addressed to SWITZERLAND with arrival cds on reverse. - Est £15

Lot 1147 - 1892 - NIGER COAST PROTECTORATE - OIL RIVERS: 1d lilac and 2½d purple on blue OPT on QV issue of Great Britain, both fine mint. (SG 2 & 4, Cat £29) - Est £14

Lot 1148 - 1892 - NIGER COAST PROTECTORATE - OIL RIVERS: 1d lilac with part BONNY RIVER cds, 2d grey green & carmine two copies with part OLD CALABAR RIVER cds's and 2½d purple on blue with full strike of BONNY RIVER cds small corner fault. (SG 2/4, Cat £32) - Est £15

Lot 1149 - 1894 - NIGER COAST PROTECTORATE: 2½d carmine lake QV issue compound perf 14-15 x 12-13, a good unused copy with part O.G. (SG 48b, Cat £40) - Est £20

Lot 1150 - 1894 - NIGER COAST PROTECTORATE: Small range with 1894 5d grey lilac cds used, 1894 No wmk issue ½d deep green, 1d vermilion, 2d lake & 5d purple all mint plus 2½d pale blue unused plus 1/- black cds used and 1897 ½d green mint and 2½d slat blue used. (SG 49, 51a, 52a, 53, 54a, 55, 56a, 66 & 69, Cat £121) - Est £45

Lot 1151 - 1894 - NIGER COAST PROTECTORATE: ½d vermilion two used copies with OPOBO RIVER and FORCADOS RIVER cds's, 2½d pale blue used with light strike of the rare BAKANA cancel and 2d lake with BONNY RIVER cds. (SG 52a, 53, 54a & 67) - Est £25

Lot 1152 - 1899 - NIGER COAST PROTECTORATE: 1d vermilion on buff QV postal stationery card of Great Britain with 'NIGER COAST PROTECTORATE' opt used with two strikes of BONNY cds dated FEB 11 1899. Addressed to GERMANY with PAID LIVERPOOL BR. PACKET transit cds in red on front. Full commercial message on reverse. - Est £45

Lot 1153 - 1902 - NORTHERN NIGERIA: 2/6 green & ultramarine EVII issue, wmk 'Crown CA', a fine mint copy. (SG 17, Cat £20) - Est £10

Lot 1154 - 1905 - NORTHERN NIGERIA: 2d dull purple & yellow EVII issue on ordinary paper, a fine mint copy. (SG 22, Cat £26) - Est £10

Lot 1155 - 1905 - NORTHERN NIGERIA: 1/- green & black EVII issue on ordinary paper, a mint copy. Couple of light gum tones. (SG 26, Cat £70) - Est £20

Lot 1156 - 1912 - NORTHERN NIGERIA: 2/6 black & red on blue & 5/- green & red on yellow GV issue, wmk 'Multi Crown CA', both fine mint copies. (SG 49/50, Cat £42) - Est £20

Lot 1157 - 1903 - SOUTHERN NIGERIA: 2d grey black & chestnut, 1/- green & black and 2/6 grey black & brown EVII issue, wmk 'Crown CA' all good to fine mint, couple of light tone spots on the 2/6. (SG 12 & 16/17, Cat £110) - Est £40

Lot 1158 - 1914 - 5/- green & red on buff GV issue, a fine mint copy. (SG 10d, Cat £80) - Est £40

Lot 1159 - 1925 - 3d blue GV Registered Postal Stationery envelope (H&G C2) used with added 1921 1d rose carmine and 2d grey tied by CALABAR REGISTERED oval cancels with blue & white formula registration label alongside. Addressed to USA with transit & arrival marks on reverse. - Est £25

Lot 1160 - 1936 - ½d to 5/- GV 'Pictorial' issue, fine mint. (SG 34/43, Cat £46+) - Est £20

Lot 1161 - 1938 - 4d orange GVI issue, a fine unmounted mint top marginal copy. (SG 54, Cat £50) - Est £25

Lot 1162 - 1938 - 4d orange GVI issue, a fine mint copy. (SG 54, Cat £50) - Est £24

Lot 1163 - 1948 - GVI 'Silver Wedding' issue, the pair fine mint. (SG 62/3, Cat £17+) - Est £10

Lot 1164 - 1953 - £1 black & violet QE2 issue top value, a fine mint copy. (SG 80, Cat £38) - Est £18

Lot 1165 - 1891 - 1d black, 2d sea green & vermilion, 4d reddish chestnut & black, 8d rose lake & ultramarine and 1/- grey brown 'B.C.A.' opt issue all fine mint (the 8d is unused). (SG 1/3 & 6/7, Cat £98) - Est £45

Lot 1166 - 1891 - Useful used range with 1d, 2d, 4d, 6d (both shades) & 1/- 'B.C.A.' opts, 1897 1d & 2d, 1901 'Colour Change' set of three and 1903 EVII issue 1d (3), 2d, 4d (2) and 1/-. Mixed condition but generally good to fine. (SG 1/5, 7, 43/4, 57d/58, 59/61 & 62b, Cat £136) - Est £45

Lot 1167 - 1891 - Range of issues all used on piece with 1891 6c deep blue 'B.C.A.' opt tied by BLANTYRE cds dated 'JUL 7 9F' in error, 2d sea green & vermilion and 4d reddish chestnut & black 'B.C.A.' opts tied by barred 'B' cancel, 1897 1d black & ultramarine tied by FORT JOHNSTON cds dated 1900 and 2d black & yellow tied by BLANTYRE cds dated 1898. (4 items) - Est £12

Lot 1168 - 1895 - 1d on 2d sea green & vermilion 'Provisional' OPT issue, a fine unused example. (SG 20, Cat £42) - Est £20

Lot 1169 - 1895 - 6d black & blue 'Arms of the Protectorate' issue, no watermark, a fine mint copy. (SG 24, Cat £95) - Est £45

Lot 1170 - 1897 - 2/6 black & ultramarine postally used with fine CHINDE cds dated 1898 plus 2/6 black & ultramarine and 4/- black & carmine both fiscally used. (SG 48 & 50) - Est £35

Lot 1171 - 1938 - GVI 'definitive' issue, the set of eighteen fine mint. (SG 130/143, Cat £225) - Est £110

Lot 1172 - 1945 - GVI 'Definitive' issue, the set of fourteen fine mint. (SG 144/157, Cat £85) - Est £40

Lot 1173 - 1892 - 5c blue and 10c orange 'Map' issue both used with fine strikes of 'INTRODUCIDA TARDE A.P.N. de PANAMA' cds's dated 1893 & 1895. (SG 12c/12d) - Est £10

Lot 1174 - 1892 - Correspondence of six 1892-1898 period stampless 'Captain Bass' wrappers sent from COLON to PANAMA CITY, addressed to 'Captain F Bass, Pacific Navigation Co., Panama' a few are without postal markings but the majority have COLON cds's in blue and some have PANAMA arrival marks or the large 'TELEGRAM' cachet. Interesting lot. (6 items) - Est £40

Lot 1175 - 1895 - Incoming Colombian 2c black on buff postal stationery card (H&G 13) datelined 'El Cable, Buenaventura, Colombia' with BUENAVENTURA cds dated 22 OCT 1895. Addressed to 'T. C. Heaven Esq. Vapor Manavi c/o Agency PSNC, Panama' with fine strike of A.P.N. DE PANAMA COLOMBIA arrival cds on reverse dated 24 OCT 1895. A very rare marking where less than five strikes are known and this is the only one on cover as the others are on loose stamps. The card has a vertical and horizontal crease along the bottom and right hand edges. (See Panama Postal Markings by J Cross Page IIA-3) - Est £150

Lot 1176 - 1903 - B&W PPC 'Colon, Columbus Statue and Lesseps Palace' franked on message side with 1892 5c blue MAP issue (SG 12c) tied by fine COLON cds dated 21 JUL 1903. Addressed to FRANCE with transit and arrival cds's. Small tear at base. - Est £25

Lot 1177 - 1904 - 50c bistre brown 'Third Panama' opt issue (Both PANAMAs reading up or down) two fine unused copies with small and large PANAMAs. (SG 65 & 65b - Note that SG incorrectly lists the third & fourth printings the wrong way round) - Est £12

Lot 1178 - 1906 - Large study lot of 'Map' SURCHARGE issues with many used & unused blocks of four & six plus a few of eight, nine and ten, plus many pairs and strips of 3, 4 and 5 and many singles mint (most with dried gum) & used inc 1c on 20c slate violet, 2c on 50c bistre brown and 5c on 1p lake values. Condition mixed. (100's, SG 138/40) - Est £65

Lot 1179 - 1906 - 1c on 20c slate violet MAP 'Surcharge' issue with variety OPT INVERTED mint and 2c on 50c brown with variety OPT DOUBLE unused. (SG 138f & 139e) - Est £15

Lot 1180 - 1906 - 2c on 50c bistre brown MAP 'Surcharge' issue with variety OPT INVERTED, a fine unused copy. (SG 139d) - Est £10

Lot 1181 - 1911 - REVENUES: 40c orange 'Timbre Nacional' REVENUE issue, Perkins Bacon PROOF impression block of 4 showing two full impressions and four partial impressions, imperf without gum. Very unusual. - Est £10

Lot 1182 - 1911 - REVENUES: Nice group of 'Timbre Nacional' REVENUE items with 1911 40c blue & 40c orange, 1916 10c blue and 20c yellow and 1925 1c green all IMPERF PLATE PROOFS plus 1933 issue with '1933 1934' opts 10c blue, 20c yellow, 40c red orange & 60c brown all fine mint. (9) - Est £25

Lot 1183 - 1924 - 'Arms' definitive issue, the set of ten fine mint. (SG 198/207) - Est £15

Lot 1184 - 1926 - 20c black & brown 'EXPRESO' opt issue, a fine unused copy with variety OPT DOUBLE. Uncommon. (SG E221b) - Est £25

Lot 1185 - 1937 - '50th Anniversary of the Fire Brigade' POSTAGE issue, the set of six fine mint. (SG 325/30) - Est £20

Lot 1186 - 1939 - '25th Anniversary of Opening of the Panama Canal' AIR issue, the set of eight fine mint. (SG 366/73) - Est £15

Lot 1187 - 1949 - 5c orange with variety '1874 - 1949 U.P.U.' OPT DOUBLE BOTH INVERTED. A good mint copy. (SG 500b var) - Est £20

Lot 1188 - 1950 - REVENUES: Circa 1950 5b orange brown TIMBRE DE GANADERIA 'Cows Head' revenue issue, a fine mint strip of three with stamps lettered 'A', 'B' and 'C' with stamp A having an Arms design instead of the Cows head and each stamp with a blank tablet at base. Printed by Thomas de la Rue and possibly a proof. - Est £16

Lot 1189 - 1952 - Airmail cover franked with the 1952 AIRMAIL 'Surcharge' issue (SG 524/6, cat £30) plus 1951 1c black & green TAX stamp (SG 519) all tied by large PANAMA first day cds's dated 20 FEB 1952 with boxed REG mark alongside. Addressed to USA with arrival cds's on reverse. - Est £20

Lot 1190 - 1959 - 1c light emerald & black 'Youth Rehabilitation Institute' Obligatory Tax issue a fine mint IMPERF BETWEEN HORIZONTAL PAIR. (SG 675 var) - Est £12

Lot 1191 - 1909-1935 - ISLAND MAIL: 1935 cover to CANADA franked with 2 x 1924 1c green 'Arms' issue (SG 199, some staining around stamps) tied by TABOGA cds, the P.O. on Taboga Island off the west coast of Panama. Also two PPCs of Taboga Island dated in manuscript 1909 & 1918 but not sent from the island. Interesting group. (3 items) - Est £40

Lot 1192 - 1926-1945 - 1926 2c red PSE used with fine AGUADULCE cds, 1944 censored cover franked 2c & 1c tied by GUARARE cds's to Argentina and 1945 airmail cover with 15c & 1c tied by CHITRE cds to Argentina with fine strike of straight line 'AEREO-Chitre' marking in purple. (3 items) - Est £35