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GERMANY - Occupied & Plebiscite Territories

3129013 ** Belgium: 1916-18 6fr25c on 5m Surcharge with 'B' of 'Belgien' under 'F' of '6F' Mi #251I, fine fresh MUH, Cat ?300.
Lot 1242:Belgium: 1916-18 6fr25c on 5m Surcharge with 'B' of 'Belgien' under 'F' of '6F' Mi #251I, fine fresh MUH, Cat ?300.
145.00
3129014 V Bohemia & Moravia: 1939-45 5h to 10k set Mi #1-19, VFU with 1939 Prague datestamps, all stamps with tidy guarantee handstamps on reverse, Cat ?400 (19)
Lot 1243 [1 of 3]:Bohemia & Moravia: 1939-45 5h to 10k set Mi #1-19, VFU with 1939 Prague datestamps, all stamps with tidy guarantee handstamps on reverse, Cat ?400 (19)Lot 1243 [2 of 3]:Bohemia & Moravia: 1939-45 5h to 10k set Mi #1-19, VFU with 1939 Prague datestamps, all stamps with tidy guarantee handstamps on reverse, Cat ?400 (19)Lot 1243 [3 of 3]:Bohemia & Moravia: 1939-45 5h to 10k set Mi #1-19, VFU with 1939 Prague datestamps, all stamps with tidy guarantee handstamps on reverse, Cat ?400 (19)
240.00

BELGIUM - Postal History

3115708  1940 (Dec 16) Belgian Government In Exile (USA) cover to UK with 5c Prexie tied by New York machine cancel, opened by British Censors in Bermuda with tape applied, addressed to Otto Wambach a member of the Belgian Govt in Exile who after March 1940 resided in various buildings in Eaton Square close to the Belgian Embassy. [It is entirely possible that Wambach acted as a conduit for forwarding mail to families living in Occupied Belgium]
Lot 1051:1940 (Dec 16) Belgian Government In Exile (USA) cover to UK with 5c Prexie tied by New York machine cancel, opened by British Censors in Bermuda with tape applied, addressed to Otto Wambach a member of the Belgian Govt in Exile who after March 1940 resided in various buildings in Eaton Square close to the Belgian Embassy. [It is entirely possible that Wambach acted as a conduit for forwarding mail to families living in Occupied Belgium]
48.00

LUXEMBOURG German Occupation - Postal History

2588212  1940-41 Complete Sets comprising [1] Hindenburg overprinted set of 16 Mi #1-16, on two Feb 13,1941 small registered envelopes (8 values on each) with pre-printed address to Reutlingen (Germany), pinholes lower right; [2] Luxembourg overprinted set of 16 Mi #17-32 on Dec 23, 1940, unaddressed envelope; [3] Winter Relief of Germany overprinted set of 9 on unaddressed FDC Jan 12, 1941, Stamp Day special cancel. Clean covers. (4)
Lot 1580:1940-41 Complete Sets comprising [1] Hindenburg overprinted set of 16 Mi #1-16, on two Feb 13,1941 small registered envelopes (8 values on each) with pre-printed address to Reutlingen (Germany), pinholes lower right; [2] Luxembourg overprinted set of 16 Mi #17-32 on Dec 23, 1940, unaddressed envelope; [3] Winter Relief of Germany overprinted set of 9 on unaddressed FDC Jan 12, 1941, Stamp Day special cancel. Clean covers. (4)
85.00

UKRAINE German Occupation - Collections and Miscellaneous Groupings

2588228 V 
Lot 1762 [1 of 2]:Lot 1762 [2 of 2]:
60.00
   
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