Cedarstamps Auction 22
Auction 22
Lot #CountryImagesDescriptionStarting PriceRealized Price
Egypt, Registered cover franked for 13 mills at reduced rates for shipments within the same city, sent from Port Said on 24/4/1893 to the 1st. section of the Headquarters company of Suez Canal. SCARCE.
€ 100Unsold
Egypt, OHMS cover sent by air from Cairo on 27/6/1931 to England. Franked for 45 mills and added two air mail advertising labels. NICE and SCARCE.
€ 30Unsold
Egypt, domestic cover sent from ARISH (Nord Sinai) on 12/8/1931 to the delta and resent to Biltan Kafr Ayed (back cancel) and Port Said. Preprinted, also in Arabic on the back flap, "7 INFANTRY BATTALION", the british corps based on the border with Palestine. SCARCE.
€ 30Unsold
Egypt, double censure incoming air mail from Sweden, Stokholm on 27/3/1943 sent via London by O.A.T. to Cairo. By paying 70ore, the cover resulting insufficiently franked and was taxed for 18mils by tax due stamps applied on the back. To notice the usual note by handwritten weight at the bottom right, where "5gr" was rectified in 6, that attests the reason of the taxation and consequentially the a...ir mail rate for 5 grams weight. SCARCE ORIGIN.read more
€ 100Unsold
Egypt, airgraf sent from Port Said on 18/12/1943 to England and airgraf form unused with the postage fees of 40 mill request for the service paid by an Egyptian stamp. UNCOMMON.
€ 50Unsold
Egypt, domestic cover with letter sent from Camp Caesar on 23/2/1954 to Cairo. Franked with the expired 10 mill stamp of King Faruk to which were added by hand in blue ink three horizontal bars that tend to resemble the overprints used by the post administration. Despite this, the envelope was considered unfranked and therefore rightly taxed for the double deficiency with 8 and 12 mill tax due sta...mps, overprinted in Arabic "King of Egypt and Sudan". RARE COMBINATION.read more
€ 100Unsold