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FRENCH MOROCCO

 
Picture
Inventory #
Symbol
Description
Price





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149435
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1911.  French troops in Occupation of Northern Morocco.  Smallish envelope sent from Mohammed ou Berkane to Alger (Algeria).  Fine circular datestamp in front and cachet du commandant of Amalat d'Oudjda.  Very fine envelope with a scarce cachet.
40.00





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149440
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1914.  French Landed troops in Western Morocco.  Neat envelope reduced at right 14 mm.  Sent from Fez to Settat (Morocco, Internal use).  Neat Fez circular datestamp in front and violet cachet of the battalion (Milliet), eighth regiment of tirailleurs, and arrival CDS of Settat on reverse.
16.50





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149447
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Scott #296. Fifteen francs, superb sunken Die Proof for the postage stamp issued on the occasion of "Stamp Day, 1954" depicting a postal automobile a horse, and postmen, working at a rural mobile post office. Signed by engraver Charles Mazelin. The proof is printed in black.
150.00





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Scott #288. Superb sunked Die Proof for the postage stamp issued on the occasion of "Stamp Day, 1954" depicting a postal automobile a horse, and postmen, working at a rural mobile post office. Signed by engraver Charles Mazelin. The proof is printed in black. The provenance is the Monaco Princely Collection. Marvelous item. Very Rare.
150.00





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149507
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Scott #B42. Gazelle hunter on horseback. Superb and pristine Die Proof for the stamp issued for "Stamp Day, 1949", and commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the mail service Mazagan-Marrakesh. A Superb Die Proof on sunken card printed with deep violet vignette and violet frame, signed by the engraver Rene Cottet. (Pierre price list is $300.00 for a similar item). The provenance is the Monaco Princely Collection. Very Rare, possibly unique in these colours.
195.00





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149508
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Scott #B42. Gazelle hunter on horseback. Superb and pristine Die Proof for the stamp issued for "Stamp Day, 1949", and commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the mail service Mazagan-Marrakesh. A Superb Die Proof on sunken card printed in deep green, signed by the engraver Rene Cottet. (Pierre price list is $300.00 for a similar item). The provenance is the Monaco Princely Collection. Very Rare, possibly unique in these colours.
150.00





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149513
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Scott #CB35. Biplane in flight over globe. Superb and pristine Die Proof for the stamp issued for "Stamp Day, 1950", and in commemoration of the 25th Anniversary of the first Aeropostale flight Casablanca - Dakar. A Superb Die Proof on thick paper sunken card, printed in brown, and signed by artist and engraver Pierre Gandon. Die proofs on thick card stock are particularly rare.  Pierre net retail is US$ 400.00.
225.00





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149523
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Scott #CB42. Airplane in flight, Casablanca Airport, and "Stamp on Stamp" biplane in flight.  Superb and pristine Die Proof for the stamp issued for "Stamp Day 1952" and in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of Morocco's first Air Mail stamp.  Superb Die Proof on sunken card, printed in blue-violet and violet, and signed by the engraver Charles Mazelin. The provenance is the Monaco Princely Collection.  A rare die proof in excellent condition.
150.00





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149541
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Scott #70. Seventy-fith Anniversary of the Sheriffian Post. Superb Die Proof on sunken card for the 20 centimes value, issued for "Stamp Day 1962". The proof is printed in carmine-red and is signed by engraver Jacques Combet. A wonderful proof depicting mail carrier riding his horse, and is a "Stamp on Stamp" thematic depicting a Morocco stamp of 1912. Rare and in excellent condition.
150.00





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H0246
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Forerunner. A bill of lading consigning merchandise to a ship's captain for transportation between Casablanca and Gibraltar, datelined Mazagan, 6 June 1873.  The consignor was Carlo Morteo, owner of the shipping and forwarding company in Morocco, and later founder of the Anglo-Italian Postal Service between Mazagan and Marrakesh.  A very attractive and historical piece of collateral. Fine state of preservation.
149.50





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M149442
cvr
Cover sent in 1914 from "2e. REGIMENT D'INFANTERIE COLONIALE DU MAROC" to Fez.  Posted on February 28th of 1914. Fez arrival c.d.s. on reverse. Very Fine condition for these.
25.00

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