Cedarstamps Auction 22
Auction 22
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Lot #CountryImagesDescriptionStarting PriceRealized Price
97 LEBANON MILITARY
Lebanon military mail. Post card "Beyrouth Le College Americain" (Ed Dimitri Tarazi), written and sent from the U.S.S. Montana landed on the harbor of Beirut on 8 May 1913, to USA. Franked for 1ct killed by the cds "U.S.S. MONTANA". SCARCE.
€ 120Unsold
98 LEBANON MILITARY
Lebanon military mail. Free mail rate Post card "Palmire Le grandes colonnades" (Ed Dimitri Tarazi), written and sent from the "Troupe Francaise du Levant Maison des officiers" by T.E.P. 600 on 5/10/1919 to France. SCARCE LINEAR SEAL.
€ 50Unsold
99 LEBANON MILITARY
Lebanon military mail. F.F.L. Postal Form of a registered letter's receipt sent by Mr SORIANO, who is the author of Meharistes and Wings subjects used on the Levant stamps. On the receipt was affixed the right part of the register paper label n' 485 used on the letter sent from P.A.A. F.F. L. 1 on 1/6/1942 to Brazzaville. VERY RARE.
€ 100Unsold
100 LEBANON MILITARY
Lebanon military mail. Official cover sent at free rate from the "BEIRUT - BRITISH POLITICAL OFFICE" to Broummana. On the back the cds "ARMY SIGNALS DRTH" apposed on 22/7/1942. SCARCE ARMY SIGNAL COVER USED IN LEBANON.
€ 50Unsold
101 LEBANON MILITARY
Lebanon Military, British airgraph of Broumana origin, to Hasting, England. The original message of commercial character dated 6/10/1943, was censure by French and photographed to be reduced to photo-film and sent in England. Then the film was developed and the letter sent to the destination on 4/12/1943. But "Undelivered for Reason Stated": "Gone Away", forces the postal administration to send ba...ck the message that arrived in Broumana on13/9/1944. It is a VERY RARE case of a message sent on a form to be photographed that returns to the sender under its final photographic form.read more
€ 350Unsold
102 LEBANON MILITARY
Document Lebanon military mail. French Military Discharge Certificate for the end of campaign in the Levant (Beyrouth 1946). Signed by General of Division Gustave Borgnis Desbordes, high commander of Levant's troops. One of the last official traces of the French presence in Lebanon. IMPORTANT AND RARE DOCUMENT.
€ 250Unsold