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June 2019 Society Auction

Closing 14 June 2019

Lot Description M/B Realized
 

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Section 1

Singles, multiples and souvenir sheets

   
1 #1. Block of 4 (2 MNH, 2 MLH). Very Fine. $10.00  
2 #28-29, 35, 38 and 40. All copies with clearly fine AMSTERD-W-Indies ship cancellations. Very Fine. 8.00  
3 #169. Two Mint copies, Type 1 (MLH) and Type 2 (MH). A very scarce and undervalued issue. VF condition. 40.00  
4 #32. Block of 4. #33 Block of 16. #37 Block of 5. #38 Block of 8. #40 and #42 Blocks of 4. All are MNH and VF copies. 30.00  
5 #781. Complete sheet of 50, MNH and VF. 30.00  
6 #642. Complete sheet of 50, MNH and VF. 20.00  
7 #879 (sheet of 4), #880 (souvenir sheet). MNH and VF. 15.00  
8 #940. A very scarce issue undervalued by Scott in MNH and VF condition. Most of the stock destroyed in 2010 earthquake. 50.00  
9 #854-858. Blocks of 10 in MNH & VF. 40.00  
10 #857a. An extremely fine and very rare issue in MNH condition. Scott Catalog value of $500. Link to Auction Lot #10 image 50.00  
11 #902-903. MNH and VF. 25.00  
12 #908. Scarce souvenir sheet in MNH and VF. 15.00  
13 #914A, #914B, #914F. Sheets of 30, as issued. MNH and VF condition. 30.00  
14 #914G. Souvenir sheet seldom available for sale in the philatelic market in MNH and VF condition. 10.00  
 

 

US Occupation of Haiti Mailings

NOTE: All covers and postcards are mostly to USA destinations and with the postal cancellation of sending originator and US ship’s name. All mailings paid with US postage. Most mailings do not have receiving dates in back of cover. All lots are in Excellent condition

   
15 U.S.S. BAINBRIDGE. Cover, March 10, 1928, Gonaives to Buffalo, NY receiving March 19, 1928. 10.00  
16 U.S.S. BERNADOU. Cover, March 29, 1921, Gonaives to Dorchester, England. 10.00  
17 U.S.S. BRIDGE. Cover, August 15, 1934, to New York, NY. 10.00  
18 U.S.S. BROOKLYN. Cover, February 2, 1938, Gonaives to Brooklyn, NY. 10.00  
19 U.S.S. BROOKLYN. Cover, February 2, 1938, Gonaives to Brooklyn, NY. 10.00  
20 U.S.S. BROOKLING. Cover, February 2, 1938, Gonaives to Cheyenne, Wyoming. 10.00  
21 U.S.S. DECATOUR. Illustrated cover (cachet), February 2, 1939 to Meridian. Connecticut. 15.00  
22 U.S.S. DETROIT. Cover, March 18, 1927, Gonaives to Brooklyn, NY. 10.00  
23 U.S.S. DOLPHIN. Cover. 9/1916, Port-au-Prince to New York City, NY. Postage cancelled “St Thomas Danish West Indies”. Unusual cancellation. Link to Auction Lot #23 image 20.00  
24 U.S.S. DEWEY. Postcard, January 25,1935, Gonaives to Augusta, Georgia. 10.00  
25 U.S.S. DEWEY. Cover, January 25, 1935, Gonaives to Hollywood, California. 10.00  
26 U.S.S. DEWEY. January 25, 1935, Gonaives to New Haven, Connecticut. 10.00  
27 U.S.S. DEWEY. January 25 1935, Gonaives to Freeport, New York. 10.00  
28 U.S.S. ENTERPRISE. Illustrated ship cover. July 18, 1938, Enroute Gonaives to Queens Village, NY. Link to Auction Lot #28 image 20.00  
29 U.S.S. ENTERPRISE. Cover, July 17, 1938, Gonaives to Bloomfield, New Jersey. 10.00  
30 U.S.S. FLUSSER. Cover, March 6, 1928, Gonaives to Brooklyn, NY. 15.00  
31 U.S.S. GOFF. Cover, October 5, 1934, Gonaives to Columbus, Ohio. 10.00  
32 U.S.S. GOFF. Cover, October 5, 1934, Gonaives to Deming, New Mexico. 10.00  
33 U.S.S. HENDERSON. September 13, 1933. P-au-P to Harrisburg, PA. 10.00  
34 U.S.S. LEXINGTON. Illustrated ship cover, May 14, 1934. To Huron, South Dakota. Link to Auction Lot #34 image 25.00  
35 U.S.S. NASHVILLE. Cover, March 24, 1939, Gonaives to Philadelphia.PA receiving March 31, 1939, then private cancel with new address of Camden, NJ. 15.00  
36 U.S.S. POLLACK. Illustrated postcard, February 1, 1939, English Bay, Haiti to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. A rare cancellation. Link to Auction Lot #36 image 20.00  
37 U.S.S. PORTER. Illustrated cover. March 26, 1939, Gonaives to Bedford, Ohio. 15.00  
38 U.S.S. RELIEF. Cover, May 14, 1934, Gonaives to Huron, South Dakota. 10.00  
39 U.S.S. RELIEF. Cover, May 14.1934, Gonaives to Philadelphia, PA. Stamps used in mailing (2) are clearly cancelled with the RELIEF-Duplex. Unusual. Link to Auction Lot #39 image 30.00  
40 U.S.S. RICHMOND. Cover, March 17, 1939, Gonaives to San Pedro, California. 10.00  
41 U.S.S. SAVANNAH. Illustrated ship cover, May 14, 1938, Gonaives to Pottstown, PA. 10.00  
42 U.S.S. SNAPPER. Illustrated cover, January 30, 1939, Cayes to Bedford, Ohio. A rare cancel of a submarine mail. Link to Auction Lot #42 image 30.00  
43 U.S.S. STINGRAY. Illustrated cover, 15 March 1939, Gonaives to Winter Haven, FL. 15.00  
44 U.S.S. SEAMES. Illustrated cover, March 12, 1938, P-au-P to Birmingham, Alabama. 15.00  
45 U.S.S. STURTEVANT. Cover, March 18, 1923, Gonaives to Brooklyn, NY. 20.00  
 

 

Presidential Documents

Note: The quality of these documents and signatures is outstanding; not usual on Haitian documents

   
46 President Salomon (1879-1888). Port-au-Prince, 18 January 1881 to State Secretary of Finance. Excellent condition. Link to Auction Lot #46 image 60.00  
47 President Hyppolite (1889-1896). Port-au-Prince, 7 January 1895, to the Secretary of Justice. Link to Auction Lot #47 image 40.00  
48 President Augustin Simon Sam (1896-1902). Port-au-Prince, 20 May 1898, to the Secretary of Finance. Link to Auction Lot #48 image 40.00  
49 President Nord Alexis (1902-1908). Port-au-Prince, 22 May 1903, to the Secretary of Justice. Link to Auction Lot #49 image 50.00  
50 President Francois A. Simon (1908-1911). Port-au-Prince, 4 October 1909, to the Secretary of Justice. Link to Auction Lot #50 image 50.00  
51 President Cincinnatus Leconte (August 1911-August 1912). Port-au-Prince, 1 June 1912, to the Secretary of Justice. Rare and hard to find copy of his decrees. Link to Auction Lot #51 image 80.00  
52 President Joseph Davilmare Theodore (November 1914-February 1915). Port-au-Prince, 14 December 1914, to the Secretary of Interior and Police. As a 3-month President, this is one of the rarest presidential documents of any Haitian President. Link to Auction Lot #52 image 150.00  
53 President Dartiguenave (1915-1922). Port-au-Prince, 12 October 1915, to the Secretary of Justice. Link to Auction Lot #53 image 50.00  
 

 

Section 2

   
54 #38, #52-53. Pre-cancel used copies, VF. 5.00  
55 #40-41 Horizontal pairs, Imperforated vertically in Mint and VF condition. 6.00  
56 #46-51. Plate proofs copies, VF condition. 10.00  
57 #46-51. Specimen copies, MNH, VF. 15.00  
58 #46-51. Mint set, VF. 8.00  
59 #53, #55-57, 59-61. All Specimen copies. MNH, VF. 6.00  
60 #82-88. Catalogue value of $34. MNH, VF. 13.00  
61 #100. Specimen copy with large overprint. MNH,VF. 1.50  
62 #102. Inverted overprint, MNH VF. #103. Inverted overprint, Mint, VF condition. 3.75  
63 #125-143. Specimen copies only of the 1906 issues of the Foreign Postage set (12 issues). All MNH, VF. 15.00  
64 #296. Mint and VF copy with both overprints inverted. 3.00  
65 Postal Stationery. H&G #2. Port-au-Prince (20 Jan ??) to Paris, FR. Copy of #96 added to pay 3c rate. Readable message. Very Fine condition. 2.50  
66 Postal Stationery. H&G #3, Port-au-Prince (8 December 1905) to Hamburg, GE, Proper receiving postmarks at Hamburg and NY. NY postmark in back of cover. VF condition. Link to Auction Lot #66 image 5.00  
67 Map. Plan de Lisle A Vache. Cartographer not indicated, circa 1764. Linen pad to accompany map, size 11½" x 14". Glass and frame not included. Link to Auction Lot #67 image 120.00  
68 Map. Plan de la Rade de Port-au-Paix. Cartographer not indicated, circa 1775. Excellent condition with light folds. Colors rust, yellow, orange, etc. Linen pad included, size 15" x 12¼".Glass and frame not included. Link to Auction Lot #68 image 120.00  
69 Book. Garde d’Haiti 1915-1934 by James McCrocklin, c.1956. Hard bound copy, size 6½" x 9½", 261 pages, with dust jacket. A classic excellent history of Haiti and the Haitian Guard during this period. Excellent condition. Link to Auction Lot #69 image 27.50  
70 Newspaper. The anti-government newspaper L’Abeille, published in Jacmel, issue number 16, June 4, 1932. 4 page folio on mimeographed not printed sheets. All such publications are very scarce. This copy was stamped and mailed. All text readable, poor condition. Link to Auction Lot #70 image 2.00  
 

 

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