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Stamp auction - 27 March 2014 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 27 March 2014. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 147 - Crash Covers
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
USA 1926 1st Contact Mail Flight Chicago - Twin Cities, envelope franked 10c Air, cacheted Minneapolis. Obverse bears 3 ring flight cachet - Plane crashed at Mendota, Minnesota. 1929 Dedication of Fort Collins Colorado Airport 1st Flight cover Denver to Bay City, Michigan, plane crashed at Cheyenne, Wyoming - no cachets. £25 to 30 N/S
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1931 Francis Chichester solo flight cover crashed at Katsuma Japan, bears crash cachet & is signed by pilot. £50 to 65 £72.00
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
UNITED STATES 1931 Pacific Air Transport Flight in Boeing 40 to Portland, crashed at Oakland, CA - the years 21st. Two envelopes to Portland bearing different types of 4 line 'Delayed' cachets, one endorsed by postmaster. (2) £50 to 65 N/S
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
AUSTRALIA 1939 reverse sealed G.R. Returned Letter Section London label, obverse cachet SALVAGED MAIL/EX CENTURION 2 line in red, addressed to I.O.M, stamp floated off cover. (1) £40 to 50 N/S
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