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||1794. Complete folded letter (2 pages) sent from Madrid to Genova, Kingdom of Sardinia, posted on 17 February 1794. There are no postmarks from origin, but in transit it received in front the straight-line "CATALVUNA". There are no other postal markings. The cover is in Superb state of preservation.||115.00
||1843. Complete folded letter (2 pages) sent from Cadiz to London, England, posted on 31 January 1843. The cover is inscribed "Vapor Ingles", meaning it was to be sent by British Steamer, and took advantage of the services of the British Consular mail at Cadiz. In front is the dotted circular "B.C. / CADIZ", which is the dispatch marking. On reverse is the London arrival datestamp of February 13, 1943. There is a vertical file crease which affects the scarce postal marking in front. Otherwise a fine letter.||125.00
||1846. Cover sheet of a folded letter sent from La Coruna to London, bearing in front a red double split crcle "LA CORUNNA / JU 2 1856" and London arrival of JU 5 1846 on reverse. Rating seems to be 4sh/4d. Inscribed "Via Southampton". Very Fine state of preservation.||495.00
||Scott #51. 12 cuartos carmine on buff,
margins clear, Fine unused without gum. Accompanied by a
||Scott #59. 1 real brown on yellow, Very
Fine fresh mint, with full original gum.
||Scott #64. 19 cuartos violet (1864), Very
Fine mint with original gum. Accompanied by a Sismondo
||Scott #65. 1 real brown on green, Fine
mint, full margins, with original gum. Accompanied by a
||Scott #67. 2 cuartos carmine-rose (1865),
complete margins, with original gum, Fine to Very Fine.
Accompanied by a Sismondo certificate.
||Scott #90a. 12 cuartos dark orange (1867),
Fine mint, with original gum. Accompanied by a Sismondo
||Scott #98. 25 mils blue, unused, with
original gum. Accompanied by a Sismondo certificate.
||Scott #101. 200 mils green, Fine mint, part
of original gum. Accompanied by a Sismondo certificate.
Signed by Brun.
||Scott #159-168. Short set of 8, mint with
original gum, fresh colours.
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