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  DESCRIPTION MINT   USED  
  
204, (5¢), Cuencame, Durango to US. Via El Paso, TX. With Iowa receiver. - 1724  

 

15.00

  
  
204, (5¢), Cuencame, Durango to US. Via El Paso, TX. With Iowa receiver. - 1723  

 

15.00

  
  
218, (10¢), Mexico to Fresnillo, Zacatecas. Stamp on back. - 1722  

 

5.00

  
  
216, (5¢), Alamos, Sonora to Russia. Blue green Alamos and Star Cancel. San Diego and New York Transit marks and Russian receiver. No backflap. - 1721  

 

167.00

  
  
218, (10¢), Zacatecas to Hacienda de Carros. Correction of Railroad Station of destination. :Estación de la Honda - Haca del Carro" "Had. Del Carro - Estacion Hornos (La Honda)". - 1720  

 

67.00

  
  
218, (10¢), Nieves to Zacatecas. No backstamp - 1719  

 

5.00

  
  
218, (10¢), Rio Grande, Zac. To Zacatecas. No backstamp. - 1718  

 

15.00

  
  
216, (5¢), Zacatecas to pennsilvania, Eagle Pass, TX. Transit mark and Penn. Receiver. - 1717  

 

32.00

  
  
218, (10¢), San Pedro de las Colonias, Coah. To Galeana, N.L. Monterrey and Linares transits. - 1716  

 

75.00

  
  
218, (10¢), Leon to Zacatecas, no backstamp. - 1715  

 

5.00

  
  
216 (2) (10¢), Pinos to Zacatecas. Zacatecas backstamp. - 1714  

 

5.00

  
  
175, (2¢), Mexico to Germany to Switzerland. Via Paso del Norte. Correct receivers on back. - 1713  

 

67.00

  
  
2¢ Wrapper, Zacatecas to Berlin. EPS W14 - to U.P.U. Countries for weight to 120 gram sent to Freiherr Von Schell, a prominent collector of Mexican Philately, later elected to the "Hall of Fame of Mepsi." - 1712  

 

25.00

  
  
2¢ Newspaper Wrapper used for certified mail from Zacatecas to Berlin. Zacatecas 16 ene 1893, "Bestellt Vom Postamt 43 13/2/93" Postmarks Zacatecas. - 1711  

 

43.00

  
  
2¢ Wrapper, ? To Hamburg. EPS W16 "FREIHAFEN" - 1890. - 1710  

 

25.00

  
  
213, (2¢), 214, (3¢), Durango to New York. Railroad cancel "Ambulante 3 * Durango - Ciudad Porfirio Diaz. Piedras Negrass transit and New York". Paid All twin cancel. - 1709  

 

67.00

  
  
3¢ Postcard, Puebla to Mexico, D.F. Feb. 15, 1895. The postcard has significance as a postal history document. The addressee J.B. chapman worked as a contractor for the Railroad Company "Ferrocarril Interoceanico". During his many years in Mexico he became one of the outstanding philatelists of Mexico. The postcard written by Carlos V. Foussant of Puebla offers to Mr. Chapman a genuine letter with rare Campeche Provisional stamp. - 1708  

 

83.00

  
  
5¢ Postcard, Puebla to Mexico. Rairoad numeral cancel "?" "F.C.M." Ambulante No. 3 - 2 May, 93." Puebla 2 May, 93 to Mexico D.F. - 1707  

 

108.00

  
  
5¢ Postcard, Orizava to Mexico. Ferrocarril Mexicano No. 1-4" Orizava (one line). - 1706  

 

100.00

  
  
5¢ Postcard, - to Puebla, with Puebla backstamp. Ferrocarril Mexicano Conductor #1-4 (?). - 1705  

 

100.00

  
  
5¢ Postcard, Montemorelos, N.L. to Mexico. Monterrey transit. Note the fancy Montemorelos postmark without and with date line (29/4) and the four ring postmark (N.L. 29/8). - Mexico receiver and violet merchant handstamp - Montemorelos on back. - 1704  

 

67.00

  
  
3¢ Postcard UPU, Mazatlan to Belgium. Additional red Mazatlan and Malines receiver on front. - 1703  

 

42.00

  
  
2¢ Postcard, + #176, (3¢). Pachuca, Hidalgo to Mision San Andres. Mexico receiver on back. - 1702  

 

25.00

  
  
218, (10¢), Tampico to Zacatecas. Aguascalientes transit and Zacatecas receiver. Corner card "3026. Compañía Limita dek Ferrocarril Central Mexicano", Tampico, Tam. 5 June, 1894. Faint handstamp "Ferrocarril Central Mexicano Agencia Aduana Tampico." - 1701  

 

50.00

  
  
218, (10¢), Hacienda de San Ysidro - Jimenez, Chihuahua" Jimenez was renamed Huejuquilla. Letter to Scotland with correct backstamp. (1) in blue green. Slight vert. Crease. Great corner card. - 1700  

 

133.00

  
  
178, (5¢), 187, (5¢), Chihuahua, Chih (blue) to New York. Blue green Paso del Norte transit and New York Paid All receiver on back. Robinson House Corner Card. - 1699  

 

67.00

  
  
216, (5¢), Colonia Juarez, Chih. To Boston, correct backstamps. - 1698  

 

133.00

  
  
216, (5¢), San Luis Potosi to Pennsylvania. Rail Road Numeral Cancel 71, Border exchange Nuevo Laredo and San Luis Potosi and receiver on back. - 1697  

 

58.00

  
  
5¢ Postcard, Zacatecas to Zacatecas. Express Wells Fargo y Cia. Paste on on back. - 1696  

 

100.00

  
  
216, (5¢), Mexico to US. Nuevo Laredo transit CDS. Correct backstamps. Ferrocarril envelope. - 1695  

 

33.00

  
  
218, (10¢), La Union Guerrero to England, Ario (blue) transit, Mich. Patzscuaro, Mich and Celaya, Gto. Transit CDS's and red London receiver on back. - 1694  

 

150.00

  
  
5¢ Postcard, Nochistlan, Jal. To Mexico. (3) different violet cancels with 2 Mexico receivers on front. - 1693  

 

108.00

  
  
2¢ Postcard, + #212 (1¢), Mexico to Germany via Laredo + New York. Transit CDS on back. - 1692  

 

42.00

  
  
218, (10¢), Temascaltepec to Zacatecas. Zacatecas receiver. Numeral 3 BR corner of stamp. - 1691  

 

75.00

  
  
3¢ Postcard, Oaxaca, Oax. To Germany via Laredo and New York, Mexico transit CDS. Two numerals 3's cancelling the postcard.Paper adhesions on back. - 1690  

 

83.00

  
  
5¢ Postcard, El Jaral, Coah. To Mexico. Mexico receivers on back. - 1689  

 

83.00

  
  
218, (10¢), Jerez to Zacatecas with receiver Plate #1 UL corner of stamp. - 1688  

 

8.00

  
  
5$ Postcard, Esperanza, Puebla to Veracruz. Veracruz receiver on back. - 1687  

 

92.00

  
  
5¢ Postcard, San Miguel del Mezquital oval and San Miguel del Mezquital fancy cancel in violet to and with Mexico CDS receiver on front. - 1686  

 

100.00

  
  
180, (10¢), Colima (red) to Guadalajara. Guadalajara handstamp on back.- 1685  

 

25.00

  
  
3¢ Postcard, Mexico to Hamburg, Germany. Hamburg receiver on front. No backstamp. - 1684  

 

42.00

  
  
216, (5¢), Colima to San Francisco via El Paso. Correct backstamps and transit CDS's and merchand handstamp on back. - 1683  

 

25.00

  
  
214, (3¢), Unused Formula Card, cancelled Barranca de Oro de Tamaulipas. - 1682  

 

33.00

  
  
218, (10¢), Durango (blue) to Fresnillo. Stamp torn at top. Violet Julio Hildebrand - Durango on back. - 1681  

 

7.00

  
  
178 (2), (10¢), Guadalajara to London. Stamps on back along with New York foreign transit CDS and red London receiver. Blue Ramon Garibay - Guadalajara on address side. - 1680  

 

75.00

  
  
178, (5¢), Opodepe, Sonora to England. Magdalena, Nogales and New York transit CDS's and red London receiver. Cover rough around edges. - 1679  

 

200.00

  
  
180, (10¢), San Luis Potosí to Zacatecas. No backstamp. - 1678  

 

14.00

  
  
3¢ Postcard, + #175 (2¢), from ? To Toluca. Toluca backstamp. Red No Reclamada on front. Frame error above numeral. - 1677  

 

83.00

  
  
5¢ Postcard, Mexico to Bern, Switzerland.Sent by stamp dealer Leon Giron to Bern - 1897. The postal card was demonetized 2 April, 1895 - 3 centavos was the U.P.U. rate to member countries. Correct CDS on back. - 1676  

 

125.00

  
  
10¢ envelope, Mexico to Zittau, Suxany, Germany. Zittau backstamp, plus Eugenio Frey (violet) oval and perfin EOUFREY on back. - 1675  

 

50.00

  


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