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 3331Var
$1095.00 
Balbo Italian Air Cruise cover from New York July 23, 1933 to Shediac, New Brunswick. Shediac July 26 1933 back stamp as well as a Halifax & St John RPO July 28th & a Hatfield, Mass. July 29th. One of the scarcest Balbo legs - only 44 covers flown.
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 127-49A
$600.00 
Graf Zeppelin flown cover from Germany to Lakehurst with 1 overprinted 2 Mark stamp & 2 overprinted 4 Mark stamps, all with the SUDAMERIKA FAHRT overprint. Frost cat. US$900.00 & used stamps alone catalogue US$900.00 in Scott. Lakehurst May 31, 1930 receiver on the back. Clean cover, with a minor bend at the right.
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 127-127A
$795.00 
July 24, 1931 Graf Zeppelin cover from Friedrichshafen to the Soviet ice-breaker Malyguin. Has Malyguin July 27, 1931 receiver on the front & has the "FIRST INTOURIST EXPEDITION 1931 ICE-BREAKER "MALIGIN" hand stamp on the back. Scarce cover. Frost cat. US$1900.00 with C42.
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DOX-5a
$600.00
DoX postcard flown from Lisbon to the Canaries Islands & then by steamer to South America & back stamped Rio 22/IV/31. Has a Dox 30 Jan. 31 CDS on the front. There are 2 tape marks on the picture side. Frost Cat. US$1100.00
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DOX-9Aa
$100.00
USA DoX commemorative air mail cover, not flown by DoX. Postmarked Miami Aug 1931. Frost Cat. US$150.00
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DOX-Var
$80.00
DoX picture postcard mailed Nov. 7, 1932 with a DoX commemoration mark circular hand stamp.
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 126-8A
$155.00 
USS Los Angeles Zeppelin first flight under U.S. control cover to Bermuda & back Feb. 1925. Cover dropped at Bermuda. Frost Cat. US$200.00. Minor opening faults at top.
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 126-8A
$60.00 
USS Los Angeles first flight cover to Bermuda, Aug. 1925. Frost cat. US$100.00. Crease at right, just to the left of the stamp.
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 126-9C
$100.00 
USS Los Angeles air ship cover from Bermuda to the USA. Sent to Roessler Feb. 1925. Frost Cat. US$160.00.
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 127-7A
$100.00 
Graf Zeppelin flown postcard to the USA on the first North America flight. Franked with the 2 Mark Zeppelin stamp. Has usual confirmation hand stamp top left. Frost Cat. US$140.00.
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 127-196Var
$80.00 
Great Britain 3/6 rate air mail cover to Brazil for the Graf Zeppelin flight of Sept. 30, 1933. Mail was received too late to be put on the flight & sent surface to Brazil. Brazil Oct. 14, 1933 receiver on the back. Some minor creases.
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 127-28F
$80.00 
USA to Germany Graf Zeppelin flown postcard. No confirmation mark as was usual for this flight. Note one minor crease.Frost Cat. $200.00.
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 127-68
$60.00 
Germany internal flown postal card from Darmstadt to Friedrichshafen Aug. 11, 1930 addressed to Canada. Creases across the top of the card. Scarce destination for an internally flown card.
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 127-213
$95.00 
Sept. 4, 1934 Graf Zeppelin flown postcard from Recife to Rio De Janeiro. Frost cat. US$150.00
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 127-218
$95.00 
Oct. 17, 1934 Graf Zeppelin flown postcard from Rio to Recife.Frost cat. US$150.00
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 129-6B
$60.00 
May 6, 1936 Hindenburg flown postcard to USA. New York May 9 receiver on the front.
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 129-6B
$120.00 
May 6, 1936 Liechtenstein acceptance for the Hindenburg's first 1936 North America flight. New York May 9th. receiver on back. Stain lower right were the address ink has been badly smudged. Frost cat. US$220.00.
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 129-6C
$75.00 
May 6, 1936 Hindenburg flown US 1 cent postal stationery card with both Hindenburg stamps to pay the registered postcard rate to the USA. Interesting variety. Scott cat. US$110.00
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 129-6D
$75.00 
May 6, 1936 Hindenburg cover to the USA with both Hindenburg stamps. Typical toning on the stamps. Sent registered mail. Frost cat. US$100.00
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 129-6F
$75.00 
May 8, 1936 first 1936 Hindenburg North America flight cover, mailed on board the Hindenburg. Nice clean cover to the Scott Stamp & Coin Co. Frost cat. US$125.00
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FA6a
$60.00
First British acceptance of mail to Bermuda. Connected in Marseille with Pam Flight that departed June 1st. 1939. With June 9th. 1939 St. Georges receiver on the back. Scarce flight - only 18 covers known. Catalogue number from the Bermuda Specialized Catalogue.
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FA6b
$140.00
St. Georges, Bermuda to U.K. flight cover via Hamilton, Bermuda. Flown by Pan Am to Marseille via New York & then by Air France to Paris & British Airways to London. Only 5 known from this flight. Cat. # from Bermuda Specialized cat. Half penny GB stamp on back cancelled at Rotherham June 14, 1939.
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BW18-10
$60.00
Great Britain stamps overprinted M.E.F. on a 27 Aug. 1947 cover from Asmara, Eritrea to Palestine. Back is thinned at bottom, but does not detract from this scarce mailing.
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LF1
$75.00
Germany Michel LF1 Type II aerogram from Bad Godesberg in the British Zone to USA. Re-directed in the USA.Scarce.
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36K or L
$80.00
New Zealand acceptance for the Sydney to Melbourne, Australia first flight July 4th 1930. This was from the early stage of New Zealand sending mail to connect with foreign flights. Catalogues NZ$150.00 in Stapleton (2009 3rd. edition).
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BW18-11
$60.00
Singapore Aug. 1940 airmail cover to London, Ontario, Canada. Flown by Imperial Airways to London & then by surface mail to Canada. Censored & re-sealed with CCSG tape type 3 with Em.193 (9 points) & 2 of type 2A hand stamps (4 points). Some edge creases.
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BW18-12
$60.00
Italy March 10, 1930 airmail cover with Scott #'s C13, C15-C18 from Naples to Rome. Cover is dated 2 days before the date of issue which according to both Michel & Bolaffi is March 12, 1930. Roma March 11, 1930 back stamp.
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BW18-13
$120.00
June 20, 1945 Antigua registered cover to Canada with Leeward Island stamps. Has plain brown re-sealing tape at right with a manuscript 3812 number & CCSG type H5 General Post Office Antigua hand stamp at left (RF4). Small piece missing top left - see scan.
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BW18-14
$60.00
Egypt 1944 air mail cover to USA with an unlisted CCSG type II censor hand stamp. Egypt censor tape at left & US tape at right.
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BW18-15
$80.00
USA APO 721 Cook Islands (Aitutaki) back to the USA. Same censor hand stamp front & back. Catalogues US$125.00 in Forte & Helbock.
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BW18-16
$60.00
Nov. 1945 On Active Service cover from Germany (BAOR) to Palestine. Hand stamp bottom left that reads Headquarters No.2 BN. (Jewish) / The Palestine Regiment. Manuscript "Polish" & "O.A.S." at top. Folded & some creases.
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BW18-17
$80.00
Dec. 4, 1941 USA cover with C24 paying the 30 cent air mail rate to Italy. Has a Bermuda transit censor tape at left type CL7a (Cat. US$120.00 in Bermuda Specialized Cat.). Has a New York July 27, 1942 RETURN / TO SENDER / SERVICE SUSPENDED machine cancel bottom left.
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BW18-18
$60.00
Liechtenstein C6 on an August 12, 1930 air mail cover to Switzerland. This is a first day cover & also a Zurich to Geneva first flight cover. C6 catalogues US$72.50 on cover (Scott).
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BW18-19
$60.00
C25 X 3 on an April 11, 1942 censored cover the UK. Has an unusual boxed bilingual "Postage Stamp Lost" hand stamp in French & English where another stamp was. Multiple forwarding & hand stamps in search of the serviceman, both front & back.
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BW18-20
$70.00
Switzerland C14a on a July 7, 1936 air mail cover to Greece. C14a catlaogues US$77.50 on cover in Scott.
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BW18-21
$80.00
Switzerland C14a on a July 20, 1936 air mail cover to Greece via Budapest. Budapest July 20, 1936 transit CDS on the back.
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BW18-22
$80.00
USA Aug. 5th 1940 air mail cover to France. By German regulations on postal services in Occupied France, incoming mail from all sources was exchanged at the Censorship Office in Paris & only 300 letters per day were accepted. This letter was flown to Portugal & then went by surface mail to Paris. It was opened by a German censor& on the reverse bears a hand stamp with the code "X" of the Paris office. Samur was in the occupied zone & the letter was not forwarded. Before return from France, the 3-line explanatory mark was added. The large "RETURN TO SENDER / SERVICE SUSPENDED" was applied in the USA.
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K59a
$80.00
Bremen catapult flown cover mailed at Bremen May 4th, 1931 & flown on the supplementary Koln to Cherbourg & then by catapult plane to New York. Addressed to Windsor, Canada with a May 12, 1931 Windsor backstamp. Catalogue number is from Graue.
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K67
$80.00
On board Bremen cover with a June 11, 1931 Deutsch-Amerikanische -Seepost cancel. Flown to New York by catapult plane June 12, 1931. Graue Cat. US$110.00
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 BW18-01
$80.00 
Royal Flying Corps cover from F/L Sisley 19 Feb. 1917 mailed from Field Post Office (FPO) H 11 - XI Corps HQ Lilliers to Toronto, Canada. Scarce
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 BW18-02
$80.00 
Royal Flying Corps cover to Cadet Flying Office Brewster in Toronto from Banff, Alberta Nov. 1 1917. First check revealed no trace & it appears it was assumed he'd been discharged & cover readdressed to his father. Another check was made and it was found he was deceased & the was marked "Return to next of kin (father). A third check discovered his mother was next of kin & cover was finally addressed to C/O Mrs. John Brewster, Jasper, via Edmonton. Alta.
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 BW18-03
$240.00 
Royal Flying Corps On Active Service cover from Flight Lt. John Playford Hales serving with 9 Naval Squadron R.N.A.S. Cover has a CEN 9 SQ SOR hand stamp on the front in red. The naval squadrons were assigned Dover Patrol censors as they were under the command of Rear Admiral Dover. John Hales, now a Captain was killed in action Aug. 23rd. 1918 while serving with 203 Squadron R.A.F. Includes an interesting letter. To Winnipeg, Manitoba
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 BW18-04
$160.00 
Royal Flying Corps cover from FPO A.2 2nd. Army HQ in France. Has censor hand stamp #2496 on front from 45 Squadron RFC. Sent by Flight Lt. Colin St.George Campbell who's signature is on the front. To Waterdown, Ontario. With contents.
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 BW18-05
$80.00 
Royal Flyng Corps cover from F/L Sisley mailed at FPO H.8 XI Corps in Lilliers Nov. 1916 to Toronto.
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 BW18-06
$90.00 
Royal Flying Corps postcard to Port Colbourne, Ontario from APO S.5 March 7, 1918 Paris, France. Has "Passed Naval Censor " hand stamp & a return address W.F.Towey, British Flying School, Vendome, France. After completing his course at Vendome Cadet Wm. Francis Towey returned to England in June 1918 & a month later was fatally injured while flying a long distance bomber at Cranwell. Note, the card is headed Vendome, but was posted from Paris.
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 BW18-07
$80.00 
Royal Flying Corps postcard from FPO F.D.1 Feb. 17, 1919 - 1st. Field Depot, Italy to Birch Cliff, Ontario. Censor hand stamp #377 66 Squadron R.A.F. & signed A.G Kettles, 2nd Lt. R.A.F. No.66 was a fighter squadron equipped with Sopwith Camels but later in the war bombed & straffed the Austrian troops behind the lines. They also attacked enemy observation balloons and Lt. Kettles had 2 to his credit.
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 BW18-08
$75.00 
Royal Flying Corps cover from Army Post Office S.75 28 November 1917 Acheux, France to Chesterville, Ontario. Censor #2972, 29 Squadron RFC. Signature W.E.Durant Lt. RFC. 29 Squadron was formed at Gosport in November 1915 & proceeded to France on March 1916 lacking flying equipment. In the following month the unit was provided with DH 2's & in March 1917 was re-equipped with Nieuport 17's & did not receive SE 5a's until April 1918.
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 BW18-09
$80.00 
Royal Flying Corps cover from FPO h.4 August 3, 1916, 4th Corps HQ Givenchy, France. Censor #875 11 Squadron, RFC. Signature M.M.Sisley - Flt. Lt. Michael Millard Sisley. 11 Squadron was formed at Netheravon in Feb. 1916 & the unit received Vickers F.B.5's in July & took them to France on the 25th. This squadron was the first all fighter unit.