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POSTAL AUCTION JAN 2016  

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Czechoslovak Philatelic Society of Great Britain

 

 

Postal Auction : Friday 29th January 2016

 

 

 

 

 

Closing dates:

 

 

post bids   :  received first post Thursday 28th January 2016

 

 

e-mail bids:  received by 0600 (UK time) Friday 29th January 2016

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to my forty-third auction. Rather than have a small room and postal auction at Worthing, I will have postal only auctions in January and April. I have not decided what to take to Worthing yet, but there may be some bulkier lots for members to look through, with substantial savings - viewing only for those attending, even if just one day.

 

 

The twelve lots with "Sold "as is" Discount" (lots 11 to 21 and 27) have been specially reduced to a total of £200. All of these lots can be taken as a one combined single lot (Lot DISCOUNT) at the extra special reduced reserve of £100 only. Preference will be given to the single bid. This is to entice everyone to take advantage of the new printing of the Society's Monograph 3 and explore these interesting issues. Learn how to identify the genuine and forged items.

 

 

 

 

 

Lots 26 and 46 will fill in some gaps in most collections. This is the last opportunity to buy at these low prices.

 

 

 

 

 

There is a wide range of material for everyone, particularly the Sudetenland, Bohemia and Moravia, Czech Forces in WW2 and the ever-popular Liberation overprints.

 

 

 

 

 

Scans will be on the website for everything except the common items. If anything is unclear, please feel free to contact me - preferably not on the day of the auction!

 

 

 

 

           General notes

 

           Catalogues referred to are:

 

           Pofis    Stanley Gibbons  Michel

 

 

 

 

           The following abbreviations are used:

 

 

 

 

 

cds   circular date stamp                 cat catalogued                     f          forgery

 

 

fdc    first day cover                        m mint                                 mm   mounted mint

 

 

ms    miniature sheet                       opt overprint                       p        proof

 

 

p/c    postcard                                 pd postage due                    pmk(d)  postmark(ed) 

 

 

ppc   picture postcard                     ps postal stationery             tpo   travelling post office

 

 

u       used                                          umm unmounted mint

 

 

 

 

           Photocopies are available at 10p each, stamped addressed envelope please.

 

           E Mail copies are free

 

 

 

 

 

Austro - Hungarian

 

 

 

 

1

Gruss aus Nasice picture p/c with fine CDS on Hungarian Turul, now in Croatia. Plzen receiving CDS

     0.50  

2

Page with 1916 p/c sent from Belgrade to Pozsony with a fine single-lined "K und K Militargeneralgouverment in Serbien" cachet

     2.50

3

Page with two p/cs with Austrian stamps and bi-lingual postal agency cachets for Brnicko and Mlecice

     2.00

 

 

 

 

East Silesian Plebiscite

 

 

 

 

4

Eastern Silesia Mint SG 2, 6 and N44

     0.10

 

 

 

 

1st Republic to 1925

 

 

 

 

5

1918 Hornův overprints (?) 15h Karel used, both Newspaper Express mint

     5.00

6

1918 Hradcany 25h blue with ‘VZOREC’ overprint, M, not signed, sold ‘as is’

     0.50

7

1918 Three different Hradcany gutter pairs, each with the stamps facing in opposite directions; not signed, listed in Czech catalogues:  10 haler (UM) cat CZK 4,500 (POFIS 2005); 5 haler (M) cat CZK 750; 3 haler (M) cat CZK 100

   25.00

8

1919 Austrian 1K definitive stamp with o/p ‘Posta Ceskoslovenska 1919’, as SG 82 but o/p INVERTED, listed in Czech catalogues, cat # ‘47P’, UM, signed Gilbert, but with light paper fold (visible only at back), cat CZK 500 (POFIS 2005),  sold ‘as is’

     1.00

9

1919 Austrian postage due stamps (Royal portraits) o/p ‘Posta Ceskoslovenska 1919’, set SG 123-128, M, unsigned, total cat CZK 5,000 (POFIS 2005), few short perfs, sold ‘as is’

     5.00

10

1919 Hungarian 3f harvester stamp with o/p ‘Posta Ceskoslovenska 1919’, as SG 137 but o/p INVERTED,  Czech catalogue # ‘102P’, M, signed Karasek, cat CZK 300 (POFIS 2005)

     1.00

11

1919 Mint Hungarian overprints SG 130, 131 in three shades, 133 and 134 with two different angles of overprints, so one assumed forgery despite note attached "Signed". Sold "as is" discount

   35.00

12

1919 Mint Hungarian overprints SG 136-42 and 144-147 with two 35 f values. SG 141 has one short perforation. Sold "as is" discount

     8.00

13

1919 Mint Hungarian overprints SG 148-153 and 155 with two 2k and three 3k including one 2k with note attached "Signed" but looks like a dealer's mark. Angle looks wrong on 10k, otherwise catalogued at £2,250, so assumed not. All sold "as is" discount

   30.00

14

1919 Mint Hungarian overprints SG 156-60 with three of the top values including one with note attached "Signed" but looks like a dealer's mark. Sold "as is" discount

   16.00

15

1919 Mint Hungarian overprints SG 161-3. 10 f value's overprint is the wrong angle. One additional 15 f with overprint running down. Angle looks wrong as well, so assumed not genuine error and included "as is"  discount

     1.80

16

1919 Mint Hungarian overprints SG 167. The overprint is running down. Angle looks wrong as well, so assumed not genuine error and included "as is" discount

     0.20

17

1919 mint SG 120 - 2. Three dealers' marks on 10 k. 10 k very slightly foxed. Sold "as is" discount

   30.00

18

1919 mint SG 124 - 8 with additional SG 127. Dealer's mark on SG 125 and one 127. Sold "as is" discount

   35.00

19

1919 Mint SG 85 b and 87 a (two dealers' marks on reverse) with inverted overprints. If genuine, catalogued minimum CZK 5000. Sold "as is" discount

   25.00

20

1919 Mint SG 91 with two dealers' marks on reverse. Slight staining from hinge visible on face. Sold "as is" discount

   10.00

21

1919 Mounted mint Posta o/ps on Austrian and Hungarian stamps - SG 112-4, 117, 131 (missing corner), 132, 134, 158, 160, 95 and 177. None with expertisation marks, so all sold "as is" discount.

     2.50

22

1919 Selection of 29 different Hungarian stamps overprinted ‘Posta Ceskoslovenska 1919’, M, not signed, total cat CZK 2,000+ (POFIS 2005), sold ‘as is’

     5.00

23

1919 Selection of Austrian postage due stamps o/p ‘Posta Ceskoslovenska 1919’,  SG 105, 106, 109, 112-118 & 120, M, unsigned, total cat CZK 1,300+ (POFIS 2005), sold ‘as is’

     1.50

24

1919 SG 61-6 on registered Expres cover

     4.00

25

1919 SG 69 - 82, 112 - 118, 95 and 126 mounted mint on three written up sheets

     1.60

26

1919 SG 89 ever so lightly MM with RPS certificate dated 29 Oct 1997. Appears to be Pofis 51ay

180.00

27

1919 Three UMM and two mint Austrian overprint SG 87a. Sold "as is" discount

     6.50

28

1920 Hradcany ‘SO 1920’ overprint, not officially issued 25h blue, M, signed Gilbert, listed in Czech catalogues as cat # ‘SO8N’, cat CZK 350 (POFIS 2005)

     3.00

29

1920 Long format tete-beche pair, Dove 20h, fine UM, not signed, cat CZK 1,800 (POFIS 2005), also similar 5h & 10h values (both M, not signed)

   10.00

30

1920 Regular plate flaw on 300h value Lines through top part of design

     0.40

31

1920 SG 215-7 Mounted mint

   40.00

32

1920 SG 215-7 Mounted mint with apparent expertisation by A Brun, a Parisian expertizer of French and worldwide issues

   50.00

33

1922. Back of p/c with Jihlava - C Budejovice TPO on chain breaker

     2.00

34

1925 Mint SG 246-8

   12.00

35

Over 100 used Chainbreakers on four stock cards

     2.50

36

Page with used Feldpostkarte with 10 h Austrian Postage Due stamp with diagonal FRANCO

     2.50

37

Range of 22 of SG 205 to 229, including Postage Dues, all used

     0.80

38

Range of 34 Doves (and two Chainbreakers) all used

     0.80

39

Used newspaper perf varieties SG N332 perforated at both sides and SG N365 perforated on all sides

     1.00

 

 

 

 

1st Republic 1926 - 1939

 

 

 

 

40

1930 Airs 18 mounted mint values to 20 Kc with shades noted, unchecked for perforations and types

   10.00

41

1930 SG 305-8 UMM

     5.00

42

1930s. Five separate 5h Arms on pieces with special CDSs for TGM's 70th (all Praha 1, but letters b, d and o), Jesensky Skiers and unclear red CDS for something in Brno

     0.10

43

1933 Doksy / Hirschberg CDSs on clean First Republic cover

     0.10

44

1934 Large piece with plate blocks of SG 288, 291, 324 and 327 with Praha CDS for III Delnicka Olympiada Ceskoslovenska. None tied, but separate CDSs, so appear to be the whole item

     1.00

45

1935 Blue roller cancel for Sparta Ferencvaros football final on unaddressed cover

     1.50

46

1935 SG MS 334a with a pair of folders. Some damage to top and mounting damage on reverse of one folder, but both MS in very fine UMM condition with Karasek stamps on reverse

320.00

47

1936 Small card with red Praha 1 / 27.X.1936  2.XI.1936 CDS which ties 5h Arms and same untied on reverse. Small logo on CDS of intertwined "C"s under small crown

     0.10

48

1937 Benes (stamp torn), Masaryk and Stefanik stamps tied by blue Bezruc CDSs for 70th anniversary on card with sketch of crocodile smoking pipe

     0.80

49

1937 cover to Manchester, England with clear Hronov CDS. Back flap shows name and trademark for Roman Zid and Sons, Czechoslovakia (in English)

     1.00

50

1937 SG 374 block of four and two labels in sealed packet, may be UMM?

     0.20

51

1937 Tri-coloured CDS on SG 309, 311 and 367/8 on unaddressed cover for Czech Car Club in Pardubice

     4.00

52

1937 Tri-coloured CDS on SG 367/8 and 371/2 on registered unaddressed cover for Malodohodove Jezdecke Hry a Military

     1.00

53

1938 Czech Legion issue mint set nicely mounted on page with coupons left and right and in corner blocks of four

     0.50

54

1938 SG 380-1 UMM and pair of Czech Republic SG 257 UMM

     0.50

55

1938 SG 381a UMM

     0.50

56

1938 SG 385-7 UMM with labels to left

     0.30

57

1938 TGM mint postcard

     4.00

58

1938 Tri-coloured CDS on SG 359 and P363 on unaddressed cover for Czech Car Club in Pardubice

     4.00

59

1939 1938 Vamberk Postal Exhibition mint postcard with overprint for a meeting in last few days of May 1939. Card a bit spotty on front. Message in Czech on reverse, which appears to be asking about the legitimacy of membership, I think. One for a detective to investigate

     0.50

60

Page with registered first flight cover Praha - Uzhorod - Cluj - Jassy - Kiev - Brjansk - Moscow 26-9 August 1936 with SG 314 and a block of four (could be two pairs) of SG 309. One of 240 covers

   20.00

61

Picture p/c of Lysahora with faint cachet for Lysa Hora * Frydlant nad Ostravich. Used with 50h Masaryk

     0.40

62

Range of 24 Postage Dues from 1928 set, all used to top value

     1.00

 

 

 

 

Sudetenland

 

 

 

 

63

1938 Reichenburg 8 OKT 1938 cancels on piece with Hindenburg and Czech SG 338 gutter pair

     2.00

64

1938 Sudetenland cover with one Hindenburg stamp and two Czech stamps tied by two swastika circular cancel for Neutitschen dated 10 X 1938

     4.00

65

1938 Sudetenland unaddressed cover with Czech SG 356, 360 and 387 tied by German only CDS for Grossdorf b Braunau dated 12 X 1938. Each stamp has Gothic text "Dem Fuhrer .. Land!"

     5.00

66

Page with cover tied with four-lined Jogsdorf a d Oder swastika cachet on mixed Czech and German stamps

     7.00

67

Page with cover with German stamps tied by special Prague CDSs dated 18 March 1939 for visit of the imperial chancellor. Some foxing on stamps and a crease down centre of cover

     4.00

68

Page with map of location and cover tied with circular Hohenstein swastika cachet

     4.50

69

Sudetenland business p/c with Karlsbad CDS with defaced Czech name on Hindenburg stamp dated  11 X 38

     3.50

70

Sudetenland cover with Aussig cancel on Hindenburg stamp dated  23 NOV 1938

     3.50

71

Sudetenland cover with Franzensbad swastika cancel on Hindenburg stamp

     4.00

72

Sudetenland cover with Freudenthal 1 (Schlesien) CDSs on two Hindenburg stamps

     4.00

73

Sudetenland cover with Olbersdorf CDSs with Czech name removed on two Hindenburg stamps and another red cancels with swastika

     4.00

74

Sudetenland cover with picture of company's trademark (Toryk?) from Bernsdorf bei Trautenau with Sudeten cancel on Hindenburg stamp

     4.00

75

Sudetenland cover with Postamt Neudek 1 / swastika 16 OKT 1938 swastika / Das Erz… dankt dem / Fuhrer! cancel on Hindenburg stamp

     4.00

76

Sudetenland cover with Sudeten two line cancel on German stamp dated 24 XI 1938. Very heavy inking, but may be Meierhofer b Karlsbad? Look at the scan to see if you can identify it!

     3.50

77

Sudetenland folded business p/c from Porzellanfabrik "Victoria" with Postanstalt swastika Altrohlau / Sudetengau cancel on Hindenburg stamp with 24 X 1938 date stamp sent to Prague. Country of address changed from Czechoslovakia to Deutschland by overprints

     4.50

 

 

 

 

Bohemia & Moravia

 

 

 

 

78

1939 Used SG N39 perforated on newspaper wrapper

     1.00

79

1940. Three items from USA with censor marks on each. Two picture p/cs and one cover. Cover deserves more investigation as some stamps look to have been removed and some have cancels that do not tie them to the cover. Appears to have been sent by transatlantic airmail on Lisbon Rome route, but only Prag CDSs on reverse dated 30th November, while stamps dated 8th November

     7.00

80

1941 Praha 14 roller cancel on unstamped cover with eagle on swastika circular cachet and red VIKTORIA cachet

     2.00

81

1941 registered cover from Prag 73 with SG 68-71 with labels dated 28 X 41 (third day of issue) and SG 38 and 32. Slightly grubby

     4.00

82

1941 registered cover from Zlin 3 with SG 68-71 with labels dated 31 XII 41

     5.50

83

1942 cover from Napajedla with SG 44, 68 and four 39 with gutter, CDS dated 12 I 42

     2.00

84

1942 registered  cover from Napajedla with SG 26 and 72-3, CDS dated 19 V 42

     4.00

85

1943 registered cover with Dobirka orange label from Podebrady with SG 79, 87 and 103-4 dated 23 III 43. Some foxing on registration label

     2.00

86

1943 registered spesne cover from Neureisch with SG 95 and 112 dated 12 XI 43

     1.50

87

1944 Bi-lingual Paketkarte form with SG 99 tied by Prag 7 CDS dated 12 III 45

   12.50

88

1944 registered cover from Pilsen 1 with SG79 and three 88 with CDS dated 13 II 44 with orange triangular Dobirka label and small green picture stamp of Plzen on reverse

     2.00

89

1944 registered cover from Prag 59 with SG84 and pair87 with CDS dated 4 V 44

     1.50

90

1944 registered cover from Prag 6 with SG113 and 115 and CDS dated 20 III 44 with bi-lingual Durch Eilboten label

     4.00

91

B&M UMM SG 29, 30, 31 and one with black tab, 32 in block of 6, two with blank tabs to left and right and one individual

     0.10

92

Page with two WWII Feldpost covers sent from FPO 34500 and 64543 to Olmutz in 1944

     4.00

93

Small collection of used B&M, including SG 97 catalogued £1.10

     0.20

94

Three items on the same unaddressed cover. 1939 Hitler MS 6Pf tied by Praha 1 CDS for visit dated 18 III 39, Benes stamps tied by similar CDS for Brno dated 17 III 39. Additional swastika circular cachet for the visit on 15-16 March 1939

     4.00

95

Three picture p/c of Prague with definitives, all Prag 25 roller cancels

     1.50

 

 

 

 

Slovakia

 

 

 

 

96

Slovakia 1939 cover with pairs of SG 23, 27  and 28c  sent to Horonov in the Czech lands. Reverse had tri-lingual label showing opened by the currency control office with Bratislava CDS

     2.50

97

Slovakia 1939 SG 25 on unaddressed p/c with Trencin special CDS for 8th meeting of Hlinka's party

     1.50

98

Slovakia 1943 Registered airmail cover from Nove Mesto nad Vahom with SG 56, 57 and 62, airmail label and evidence of censor red markings as end of envelope cut off.

     2.50

 

 

 

 

Carpatho Ukraine

 

 

 

 

99

1934 Picture p/c with view of Masarykova ulice in Mukacevo with fair bi-lingual CDS

     5.00

100

Page with window cover sent by Airmail on 23 9 38 to Prague (back stamp) with two Uzhorod CDSs, airmail label and a red "cenzurovane" cachet. Folded down the centre

   10.00

 

 

 

 

Czechoslovakian Army at Home and Abroad

 

 

 

 

101

1941 (18/12), PPC ‘Bridge of Sighs, Cambridge’  to a captain at Kineton, Warwickshire, with Mono 15 R1 of receipt for 20/12. 2d dark colour franking.

     2.25

102

1941 (18/8), 1/3d air mail Leamington area to Chicago (29/8) (fast) with Mono 15 R1 in purple. Leamington (?) m/c cancel sanitised, location obliterated. PC 90 censor seal, EXAMINER 3500.

   20.00

103

1942 (?), South Yarra, Victoria, Australia, surface to HQ Company via P O Box 226, London, CSPP R1 AND R2 for 2/8/42 of receipt. Franked Australia 2½d. Australian censor handstamp and PC 90 censor seal EXAMINER 3500

   24.00

104

1942 (1/12), Lowestoft area surface mail to Buenos Aires, Argentina. 3d (2½d would have been fine) canc Mono 15 R2. Patriotic label, Mono 15 L1, on reverse. PC 90 censor seal EXAMINER 3500.

   14.00

105

1942 (11/3), Czech Army crested envelope, 2½d surface, to a Private in Signals Co. 5th Arm Div, at Fort Knox, Kentucky. m/s ‘written in Czech’, sanitised machine cancel, Leamington ?. PC90 censor seal, EXAMINER 3500, + letter in Czech on matching crested paper.

   16.00

106

1942 (2/7), 2½d letter to General Miroslav, Czechoslovak Forces, GB. (Brigade Commander) Canc Mono 15 C13, Battle of Zborov. Czech Army crested envelope.

     9.50

107

1942 (21/9), Mono 15 R2, registered air mail, Lowestoft area to Sao Paulo, Brazil (16/10), New York (13/10) and Miami (14/10) transit marks. Franked 2/6d = 3d registration + 2/3d per ½ ounce, by sea to USA, onward by air. R 20 registration etiquette with CSPP h/s in red. PC 90 censor seal EXAMINER 3500. Filing holes at L H edge.

   20.00

108

1942 (22/9), part newspaper wrapper to Czechoslovak Press Service, Chicago, USA, 2d canc Mono 15 R2.

     2.00

109

1942 (26/10), Lowestoft area to Czech at Convalescent Home in Windsor, 2½d, canc Mono 15 R2 in black.

     2.25

110

1942 (26/6), Somerset area to Cpl Tondr at the Castle Mead Convalescent Home, Windsor. 2½d rate, canc Mono 15 R 1.

     4.00

111

1942 (30/3), Notting Hill, W 11, 1d printed matter, to a private, Czechoslovak Forces, Masonic Rooms, Leamington Spa. (Known billet = Victoria Rooms.) Mono 15 R1 of receipt for 31/3.

     4.75

112

1942 (9/4), 1/3d airmail, Leamington area, to New Jersey with Mono 15 R1 in purple. Includes carbon copy letter from Sgt Maška offering to supply CSPP cancellations with 2 samples. PC 90 censor seal EXAMINER 3500.

   16.00

113

1943 (14/11), air letter sheet with 4 anna stamp from RAF Recovery Unit in India to Lt Col Slezák, Czechoslovak Forces with Mono 15 R6, cds of receipt, code A, 3 DE 43, m/s ‘Southend/Sea’ = Czech Depot.

   12.00

114

1943 (17/11), inward surface mail from Quito, Ecuador, 70 centavos, to private in Czech Army, England, with Mono 15 R6, cds of receipt code A, for 10 MY 44. PC 90 censor seal EXAMINER 808. (slow trip)

   12.00

115

1943 (28/10), 1/3d airmail (4 stamp franking) Northants area, to Edmonton, Alberta, (29/11), cancelled Mono 15 C18 in red. PC 90 censor seal EXAMINER 7700.

   20.00

116

1943 (9/8), Airmail, Dovercourt area to Lisbon, Portugal, (19/8) franked 5d (correct rate), canc. cds Mono 15 R4. PC 90 censor seal, EXAMINER 3500. Possible undercover mail?

   16.00

117

1943. Exhibition of Czech Stamps in London MS mounted on paper with faint green cancel

     0.60

118

1944 (28/5), Portsmouth (27/5) to Field Artillery Regt with Mono 15 C23 in red of receipt; + same C23 on part newspaper wrapper to General Nižborský in London. (2)

     3.00

119

1944 (4/5), registered surface mail, Northants area to New York, franked 5½d, 5 strikes of Mono 15 C22 (Štefánik) in blue, R 46 registration cachet with 3 line CSPP handstamp in red.

   12.00

 

 

 

 

Czechoslovakia - 1945

 

 

 

 

120

1945 SG 443-7 UMM

     0.10

121

1945 UMM Olomouc Eagles set, but two values stuck together!

     3.00

122

1945. Four examples of SG 460 with part provisional postmarks and a short set of mint Heroes

     1.00

123

Batov – 5 different Hitler head stamps; all are of the variety with ‘osvobozene’ in smaller font (see Grau pg.132)

     3.00

124

Bila Lhota type I – 5 different Hitler head stamps, plus set of 2 St Vitus stamps, but one of the St Vitus stamps has some discolouration

     5.00

125

Brno type III ‘Podlipny’ – 2 different Hitler head stamps

     1.00

126

Bucovice types I & II vignette

     2.00

127

Bystrice pod Hostynem type I – 14 different Hitler head stamps

     7.00

128

Frenstat  pod Radhostem – 10 different Hitler head stamps

     5.00

129

Holesov type I -  13 different Hitler head stamps plus 1 spare

     6.00

130

Horazdovice type I – 2 different Hitler head stamps

     1.00

131

Hradec Kralove type I – 8 different Hitler head stamps plus 1 other B&M stamp

     4.00

132

Hradec Kralove type II – set of 2 St Vitus stamps

     2.00

133

Liberation issue for Slavkov o/p "Jen pro Slavkov"UMM

     1.50

134

Liberation o/p for Frydek type II on UMM Newspaper stamps SG N 106, 107, 108 and 113 in black opt, N110 plate corner stamp in black and N 106-10 in red and one sideways o/p in red on N107

   18.00

135

Liberation o/p for Frydek UMM on SG 120-1. Lower value creased and damaged on reverse

     1.50

136

Liberation o/p for Hrochuv Tynec possibly UMM (but from the back not very pretty as thinned and missing some perforations) on SG 120. From the list at the back of the Monograph, as no evidence for the issue has yet been found.

     1.50

137

Liberation o/p for Klatovy UMM on SG 120. Not listed in the Monograph

     1.50

138

Liberation o/p for Plzen (looks like type V, but letters taller than illustration, so sold "as is") MM, no gum on SG 78, 82, 84 and 85

     6.00

139

Liberation o/p for Plzen (unlisted type IV) UMM on SG 46, 47 and 52

     4.75

140

Liberation o/p for Plzen type 2 on SG 121. One UMM, but front and reverse damaged, other has a less clear o/p and a cancel of some sort (just a quarter of a black circle)

     1.50

141

Liberation o/p for Rychnov nad Kneznou on UMM SG 82-3 and 85

     4.75

142

Liberation o/p for Slany, second type UMM on SG 119

     1.50

143

Liberation o/p for Teplice first type UMM on Germany Hitler Head 42 pf value

     1.50

144

Liberation o/p for unknown o/p with short letters in date and hammer, sickle and star UMM on SG 118-9. Sold "as is"

     3.00

 

 

 

 

Czechoslovakia - 1946 to May 1953

 

 

 

 

145

1947, PPC Prague Castle & Charles Bridge, air mail to Cicero USA, franked SG 502/503, anniv Russian revolution.

     1.00

146

1948 SG 530a FU

     0.60

147

1949 Air overprints set of 8 on piece with Brno Stamp day CDS dated 18 XII 1949. Slight foxing on a couple of stamps

     0.10

148

1950 Block of 4 UMM noted under SG 608

     2.25

149

1950 Block of 4 UMM noted under SG 608 with selvedge

     2.25

150

1950 UMM SG MS 608a catalogued by SG at £49

     8.00

151

1950 UMM SG MS 608a catalogued by SG at £49

     8.00

152

1952 Bratislava 1952 SG MS 732a. Not mounted, but gum disturbed on reverse so priced as discounted mint

     6.00

153

1952 SG 732a FU with small stain on left side and slightly grubby away from stamps

     2.50

 

 

 

 

Czechoslovakia - June 1953 to June 1960

 

 

 

 

154

1953 SG 794-6 UMM

     0.40

155

1954 SG 852a UMM

     3.75

156

1954 SG 852a UMM

     3.75

157

1955 UMM stamps from MS 896a

     6.50

158

1955, 1956 & 1957 complete series of three National Costumes FDCs, unaddressed and in good condition, total cat CZK 170

     1.00

159

1956 9/11 FDC with additional registration label from Liberec 2 to send cover to London. Missing the other cover with the blocked value and top value

     0.10

160

1956 SG 946-51 UMM

     3.75

161

1957 SG 1007a UMM

     1.00

162

1957 Sheetlet of four Komensky UMM

     3.00

 

 

 

 

Czechoslovakian Socialist Republic - July 1960 to December 1968

 

 

 

 

163

1958 Cars FDC. Only one of two covers, not the one with the two lower and highest value. Sent to UK with additional Brno show issues on reverse

     0.30

164

1960 Rather tired Esperanto cover to Worthing, UK. Cinderella stamp for Kromeriz stamp fair

     0.30

165

1961 SG 1257-65 UMM

     6.00

166

1962 SG 1326-31 UMM

     3.00

167

1965 Mlada Fronta card with engraving inside for the best Czech stamp of 1966

     0.80

168

1966 Brno MS UMM

     0.20

169

1966 SG MS 1574 UMM

     1.25

170

1966 SG MS 1605 UMM

     0.50

171

1967 Expo MS UMM

     0.10

172

1967 FIP MS UMM - two

     0.10

173

1967 New Prague MS UMM

     0.30

174

1968 50th Anniversary first Czech stamp MS UMM

     0.10

175

1968 FDC SG 1801

     0.10

176

1968 SG 1755 UMM

     0.30

177

1968 SG MS 1742 UMM

     0.30

 

 

 

 

Czechoslovakian Federal Socialist Republic - January 1969 to April 1990

 

 

 

 

178

1970 Arts MS UMM - missing 1.80 Kcs value

     1.00

179

1970 Slovak Ikons MS UMM

     1.50

180

1973 Arts MS UMM - 1 Kcs (appears to be darker Type II) and 1.20 Kcs values only

     1.75

181

1973 SG 2136/9 in UMM sheetlet

     0.40

182

1973 Svabinsky two value sheetlet UMM

     0.10

183

1976 UMM SG 2301 in sheetlets of ten, individual stamps catalogued by SG at £11, appears to have two examples of Type II, hence price

     8.00

184

1980 Art Sheetlets of four UMM

     3.00

185

1980 Interkosmos MS UMM

     1.00

186

1980 UNO MS UMM

     0.10

187

1981 UMM SG MS 2576 catalogued at £19

     1.00

188

1981 UMM SG MS 2790 with Praga 88 logo noted by SG catalogued at CZK 300

     5.50

189

1983 SG 2662-5 four complete CTO sheets and one extra top value missing top row catalogued over £400 in latest SG.

   20.00

190

1983 stamp booklet 5 Kcs skiing comprising 5 of SG 2672

     0.50

191

1983 stamp booklet 5 Kcs water lilies and frog comprising 5 of SG 2675

     0.50

192

1984 Art Sheetlets of four UMM

     3.25

193

1984 stamp booklet 5 Kcs Turnov coat of arms comprising 10 of SG 2720

     0.50

194

1984 Summer Olympics MS UMM

     0.10

195

1985 Art Sheetlet of four 4 Kcs value used

     0.50

196

1985 Art Sheetlets of four UMM

     4.25

197

1985 stamp booklet 5 Kcs ‘CS-spoje’ comprising 5 of SG 2806

     0.50

198

1985 stamp booklet 5 Kcs ice hockey championships comprising 5 of SG 2778

     1.00

199

1985 stamp booklet 5 Kcs Kamyk nad Vltavou coat of arms comprising 10 of SG 2765

     0.50

200

1985 stamp booklet 5 Kcs socialist construction comprising  10 of SG 2800

     0.50

201

1985 stamp booklet 5 Kcs Spartakiad comprising 10 of SG 2785

     0.50

202

1986 Bottom halves of Prague Castle Sheetlets of four UMM - priced as individual stamps

     0.10

203

1986 stamp booklet 5 Kcs Bratislava-Kiev-Krakow stamp exhibition comprising 10 of SG 2829

     0.50

204

1986 stamp booklet 5 Kcs owl comprising 10 of SG 2844

     0.50

205

1987 stamp booklet 5 Kcs 70th anniversary Russian Revolution comprising 10 of SG 2902

     0.50

206

1988 large stamp booklet Praga 88 historic cars comprising SG MS 2917, of variety with brown inside cover (see note in POFIS catalogue)

     1.00

207

1988 Praga 88 MS: Fountains, Technical Achievements (two of sheetlets of four)

     6.00

208

1988 stamp booklet 5 Kcs 70th anniversary Czechoslovakia comprising 5 of SG 2910

     0.50

209

Page with 1971 unstamped cover from the local council with cachet for chairman of the National Committee of Kutna Hora

     1.00

210

Page with cover from Kutna Hora 1973 and SG 1699 signed by the engraver Hercik and a p/c of the picture on the stamp

     5.00

211

Page with p/c and SG 2368 with label advising recipient to include the post code

     0.50

212

Praga 88. 10 invitation cards with stamps CTO for different events, one used entrance ticket and one unused entrance ticket

     0.80

 

 

 

 

Czech & Slovak Federative Republic - May 1990 through to December 1992

 

 

 

 

213

1990 Pofis 2939 Three 1k 45th anniv. US Army in Pilsen pmk 6/5/1990

     1.00

214

1990 Pofis 2939 Two different 5 x 1k 50th anniv. Battle of Britain

     1.00

215

1990 Pofis 3009 5 x 2k 50th anniv. Battle of Britain

     1.00

216

1992 25 different FDCs catalogued at CZK277. 30/6/92 FDC damaged, not included in valuation. All uprated to be sent overseas to UK.

     3.00

217

1992 Pofis 3008 10 x 1k 50th anniv. Battle of Britain

     1.00

218

1992 Pofis 3010 Two different 5 x 3k 50th anniv. Battle of Tobruk

     2.00

219

1992 Stamp booklet for tennis in Barcelona Olympics containing five Pofis 3007

     0.80

220

1992 UMM SG 3101-3 in sheetlets of eight, individual stamps catalogued by SG at £100

     8.00

 

 

 

 

Czech Republic 1993 onwards

 

 

 

 

221

1993 19 different FDCs catalogued at CZK1215. All uprated to be sent overseas to UK.

   15.00

222

1993 Pofis 9 4 x 8k private booklet Midofila

     2.00

223

1993 UMM SG 6 in sheetlets of eight, individual stamps catalogued by SG at £29

     4.75

224

1993 UMM SG 9 in sheetlet of four, individual stamps catalogued by SG at £10

     4.75

225

1994 Dinosaur booklets ZS 20-2

   12.00

226

1994 Postal stationery cover CTO with Lipnik 50th anniversary Normandy invasion CDS

     1.50

227

1994 Vehicle booklet ZS 18

     1.00

228

1995 31 different FDCs catalogued at CZK519. Unaddressed apart from first six and last six, some of which have been uprated to be sent overseas to UK.

     6.00

229

1996 Pofis 118a 5 x 4k booklet ZS 67

     0.70

230

1997 28 different FDCs catalogued at CZK486. Both September issues missing one cover each. All uprated to be sent overseas to UK.

     6.00

231

1997 SG MS 160 UMM with flaw noted over "K" in REPUBLIKA. It is very faint, but I can just about see it if it is not clear on the scan

     1.00

232

1998 FDCs, 33 different unaddressed, (only one missing for the calendar year: ice hockey gold medal), comprising:  20-Jan (2), 04-Feb (1), 25-Feb (2), 25-Mar (2), 01-Apr (2), 23-Apr (5), 05-May (2), 27-May (6), 17-Jun (2), 07-Oct (2), 28-Oct (3), 18-Nov (2), 09-Dec (2)

     6.00

233

1998 Ice hockey gold medal sheetlet, Czech cat # 177, UM, CZK 23 face

     0.50

234

1998 Pofis 198 5 x 4k booklet ZS 68

     0.80

235

1998 Pofis 199 5 x 6k booklet ZS 69

     1.20

236

1999 Butterfly and moth booklets ZS 73-4

     2.00

237

1999 Pofis 205 4 x 4k60 booklet ZS 70

     1.20

238

1999 Pofis 206 5 x 5k booklet ZS71

     1.20

239

1999 Pofis 207 5 x 7k booklet ZS 72

     1.50

240

1999. Mint and CTO postal stationery cards for London 2000 in Postfila series number P57

     0.60

241

2000 Bangkok booklets ZS 79-80

     1.00

242

2000 Pofis 266/7 5 x 5k40 booklet ZS 82

     1.00

243

2000 SG MS 259 UMM

     0.60

244

2001 Czech Baroque art sheetlet, Czech cat # 289, UM, CZK 50 face

     0.50

245

2001 UMM SG MS 292 catalogued by SG at £7.75

     1.00

246

2001 UMM SG MS 292 catalogued by SG at £7.75

     1.00

247

2001 Zoo animals booklets ZS 88-9

     1.50

248

2002. Set of 14 mint Hrad Zvikov self adhesive Frama stamps - AT2 set with additional Kc 29 value

     8.00

249

2002. UMM sheetlets SG 322 and 350-2 catalogued by SG £50.

     4.75

250

2002. UMM sheetlets SG 332 catalogued by SG £15.

     1.00

251

2002. UMM sheetlets SG 341-2 catalogued by SG £30.

     4.00

252

2003 Detem stamp booklet ZSt21

     1.00

253

2003 Pofis 374 5 x 9k booklet

     3.25

254

2003. UMM sheetlet SG 361 catalogued by SG £15.

     1.25

255

2003. UMM sheetlets SG 362-3 catalogued by SG £38.

     3.00

256

2004 UMM SG 403-4 in sheetlets of eight, individual stamps catalogued by SG at £16

     1.50

257

2004. UMM SG MS 410 in sheetlet of six catalogued by SG at £10.50

     1.50

258

2004. UMM sheetlet SG 396 catalogued by SG £12.

     1.75

259

2004. UMM sheetlet SG 403-4 catalogued by SG £33.

     3.00

260

2005. Cover for Brno 2005 printed with numerous Czech stamps

     0.10

261

2006 Madonna painting minisheet, Czech cat # 462, UM, 4 x CZK 25 face

     1.00

262

2009 Stove and statues booklets CZK 50 and 75 values

     2.50

263

2010 Pofis 630 10 x A booklet

     3.25

264

2010 Stove and tiles booklets CZK 50 and 100 values

     3.00

265

2011 Pofis 672 10 x A booklet

     3.25

266

2012 Classic cars booklet - Four European E values

     2.00

267

2012 VZS 10 Pofis 750/1 5 x 749/50 booklet

     3.25

268

2013 Pofis 771 6 x E stamps Franz Kafka booklet

     4.00

269

2013 VZS 11 Pofis 766 10 x A stamps Krtek a raketa booklet

     3.25

270

2013 VZS 13 Pofis 779/80 2 x 4 x A stamps Czech cars - Skoda booklet

     3.50

271

2013 VZS 14 Pofis 781/782 2 x 4 x A stamps Tankuj Levneji booklet

     3.50

272

2013 VZS 15 Pofis 783/4 2 x 4 x E stamps 20 let Cesky Post booklet

     6.50

273

2014 Pofis 795 8 x 13k with labels booklet Ladislav Jirka

     3.50

274

2014 Pofis 807 8 x 13k with labels booklet (104 k Rucni Papirna)

     3.50

275

2014 VZS 16 Pofis 908 10 x A stamps Ju a Hele booklet

     4.00

276

Czech Republic. 15 pages filled in 16 page stockbook with UMM stamps and MSs between 1999 and 2004.

   16.00

277

Czech Republic. 30 pages in smaller stockbook filled with commercially used stamps from mainly 1996, with some earlier Czechoslovakia. Some duplication.

     2.00

278

PHQ cards CM 22-4 Pofis 205-7

     8.50

 

 

 

 

Slovak Republic 1993 onwards

 

 

 

 

279

1994 Slovakia SG 198-9 UMM sheetlets of four catalogued £15.00 in SG

     2.75

 

 

 

 

Paintings; Postcards; Prints; Special Items; Black Prints; Mlada Fronta; Training Stamps; Bank Notes; Labels; Seals; etc.

 

 

 

 

280

1912 Sokol mint postcard with advert for Poncova Royal Bioskopu Praha Zizkov showing man in Sokol garb

     2.75

281

Postcard of statesmen and military on Old Town Square in front of Czech flag and Benes portrait and smaller USSR flags. Some creases on corners

     1.50

282

Sokol mint postcard showing strongman athlete in Sokol garb

     2.75

283

Two documents with revenues dated 1937, (Výměr ) House tax assessment dated 1937 (to 1962!) with PD, Birth Certificate for birth in 1922 from Plzen in 1940 with revenue, and two 1947 certified photocopies with revenues of 1913 and 1917 documents

     5.00

284

Various labels and four Hotove zaplaceno labels stuck together. Note 1968 label and American Sokol label for XV Sokol

     1.00

 

 

 

 

Collections

 

 

 

 

285

11 pages nicely written up on the subject of the "Birth of the Czech Republic" with section on Masaryk, Benes and the Sokol movement supported by a First Republic, or earlier, picture postcard. For your next local philatelic society meeting to encourage others to join our Society?

     5.00

286

16 page green stockbook with first four pages First Republic, then a further eight from the post-War period, looks like 60s-70s. Ends with various French, Spanish and Portuguese. I see one mint Vathy catalogued at £10.50. Auction details dated 2004 attached says about 1470 stamps with reserve of £25

   12.00

287

Accumulation of over 30 covers mainly from late 60s to early 70s from Prague, Brno and Bratislava with some registration interest  and other stamps on pieces. Note mint 1960s GB stamps. Sold for the Society's funds

     8.00

288

Approval Book of CDS from First Republic. Remaindered, remaining items priced at over £40. Three postal stationery cards as well to tempt you.

   10.00

289

Eight pages with 11 covers from 1970s to 1980s with better stamps and miniature sheets including SG 1999 in sheetlet of 4, and all three perforation types of SG MS 2833

   10.00

290

Over 80 used First Republic perfins on three stock cards. Appear all used and no duplication - but I have not checked them all individually

     4.00

 

 

 

 

Postal Stationery

 

 

 

 

291

1919 First part used with nice Kral Vinohrady Czech language only CDS, second part unused reply paid postal stationery card for 15h Hradcany CSR logo only CDV 15 II

     7.50

292

1919 Mint Czech and English postal stationery card CDV 16A for American Relief

   25.00

293

1928 1k20 Masaryk postal stationery card CDV 33A sent from Humpolec to Berlin

     8.00

294

1932 Used Masaryk postal stationery card with Krkonose CDV 46 (5) sent to Vienna with good Ronsperg CDS

     9.50

295

1932 Used Masaryk postal stationery card with Krkonose CDV 46 (6) sent to Berlin with fair Pocatek CDS

     7.50

296

1968 Praga 68  CDV 159 - 5 properly commercially updated to be sent to UK

     0.30

297

38 CDV cards from 1970s and 1980s, catalogued minimum CZK 380

     7.50

298

Mint German, Polish and Ruthenian Austrian 2 heller postal stationery card Michel P114

     1.75

 

 

 

 

Other Countries

 

 

 

 

299

Austria 2011. Priority cover with Austrian stamp for Kunsthaus Graz and bar code label

     0.10

300

Austria. Over 150 perfins on five stock cards from Austro-Hungary to 1920s issues. Appear all used and no duplication - but I have not checked them all individually!

     7.50