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  DESCRIPTION MINT   USED  
  
1896, 5¢ Mexico to Chicago. Chicago backstamp. - 1938  

 

7.00

  
  
1895, 5¢ Saltillo, Coahuila to Philadelphia, via Laredo. Nuevo Laredo transit +Philadelphia receiver on back. Saltillo roller cancel. - 1937  

 

40.00

  
  
1898, 5¢ Mexico to Pennsilvania, with Pennsilvania receiver front and back. - 1936  

 

10.00

  
  
1895, 2¢ bisect. Monterrey to Monterrey. No backstamp. - 1935  

 

32.00

  
  
1896, 5¢ Lettercard, Mexico to Mexico. Cartero No. 16 on back. - 1934  

 

8.00

  
  
1895, 10¢ envelope, Ciudad Guzman to Guadalajara. Guadalajara receiver on back. Cover edge wear. - 1932  

 

7.00

  
  
1899, 1¢ Chihuahua to --. No backstamp. - 1931  

 

32.00

  
  
1897, 2¢ Postcard, Mexico to Mexico. "Servicio Urbano". - 1930  

 

25.00

  
  
1898, 1¢ wrapper. Mexico to Veracruz. Por Coatzacolacos. Front only. - 1929  

 

13.00

  
  
1899, 10¢ envelope Mexico to Paris. Unreadable receiver onback. Cover crease not affecting the stamp. Small wax circle on back. - 1928  

 

25.00

  
  
1897, 5¢ envelope. Mexico to Germany, via New York. Otto Staack Durango, Mexico on back. No backstamp. - 1927  

 

67.00

  
  
1899, 4¢ Lettercard, Mexico to Germany via Laredo and New York. Postage Due T Mexico DF in circle and 30¢. No backstamp. - 1926  

 

17.00

  
  
1897, (5¢), Mexico to US. Stamp on back. Philadelpia backstamp. "MEXICO OFICINA DE GOBIERNO " completely missing on stamp. - 1925  

 

58.00

  
  
1899, (3) 5¢ stamps on front and (1) 1¢ and (1) 4¢ on back. Registered cover Moctezuma, Sonora to US. Red registration Nogales. Wax seals on back. Open for display. - 1923  

 

67.00

  
  
1896, 5¢ envelope, Tlaxcala, Tla. To Puebla with Puebla backstamp. - 1922  

 

99.00

  
  
1898, 2¢ Lettercard. SLP to Switzerland. "LISTA" Post offices published lists of "General Delivery" mail and mail with insufficient addresses. San Luis Potosi to Zuerich. Without country of destination, the postal card was advertised at the list of Mexico City. - 1921  

 

25.00

  
  
1896, 2¢ bisect , Acapulco, Guerrero to Mexico. Mexico backstamp. - 1920  

 

167.00

  
  
1995, (2¢), Mexico to Berlin. Correct backstamp. - 1919  

 

25.00

  
  
1896, (5¢) envelope, + 10¢ stamp. Registered letter from Monterrey to Cliffton, Texas. Purple merechant handstamp on back and complete wax seal. - 1918  

 

42.00

  
  
1899, Yecora, Sonora to Seattle, Wash. Yecora to Trinidad by foot, to Sahuaripa by horse. Correct backstamps. "CORREOS A PIE" - (Mail by Foot) - Mountainous terraine or swampy coastal regions made the time honores mail transport by horse not always possible. Mail delivery by foot can be identified only by studying the postal maps. 1917  

 

175.00

  
  
1897, 5¢ envelope, Tequisquiapam to Mexico. Tequisquiapam to san Juan del Rio by foot, then to Mexico City. - 1916  

 

199.00

  
  
No date, 5¢ Partial Omitlan de Hidalgo to Guadalajara. By foot to Pachuca. Backstamps. Back of cover repaired. - 1915  

 

42.00

  
  
1907, 5¢ envelope + 12¢ stamp = 17¢. Chapala, Guerrero to Rome, via New York. Correct backstamps. - 1914  

 

167.00

  
  
1900, 5¢ envelope, Valle de Bravo to Mexico D.F. Toluca, Mexico transit and Mexico backtamp. - 1913  

 

133.00

  
  
1897, 5¢ envelope + 5¢ stamp. Mexico to Switzerland. New York foreign transit on front and Swiss receiver. - 1912  

 

42.00

  
  
Letter from San Andrea de Tuxtla to Puebla, with Puebla backstamps. Use of obsolete "large Numeral" stamps was not tolerated. 5¢ "Servicio Interior" "Large Numeral" postal card posted May 10, 1895. Despite the 3 months grace period to exchange old for new stamps, an addressed postal card was not returnable. 3¢ "Mulita" superimposed. - 1911  

 

199.00

  
  
3¢ "Servicio Interior" "Large Numeral" postal card mailed Nov. 5, 1896; not accepted, 3c. "mulita" applied. No penalty. Blue green Mexico receiver and Cartero No. 6 on back. - 1910  

 

83.00

  
  
1898, 3¢ Postcard, Frontera Tabasco to Mexico. No backstamp. - 1909  

 

99.00

  
  
1895, (10¢), envelope + 10¢ stamp = 20¢ total. Registered letter from Progreso, Yucatan to Germany. No backtamp. - 1908  

 

50.00

  
  
1896, (20¢) Registered Toluca to Mexico to Toluca. Registered Mexico (2) 10¢ stamps cancelled with certification cancells, 2 complete wax seals on back. - 1907  

 

58.00

  
  
1899, 4¢ Lettercard, 10¢ total. Tepic to Bern, Switzerland. Additional 2¢ and 4¢ stamps on back. Cancel Tepic. New York foreign transit and border crossing of Nuevo laredo and Tepic merchant handstamp in violet. - 1906  

 

32.00

  
  
2¢ Postcard + 2¢ stamp, Huixtla, Chiapas to Chichacao, Guatemala. See routing under photo. Ex Don Whitehead - He wrote: "This wonderful postcard es one of my favorite postal history pieces. Both postmarks on the face were new discoveries, recordes as CHRIS.10/3 and 32/6. However, the postal markings on the reverse side provide its greatest interes - The stop by stop documentation any time the postal carrier was changed." - 1905  

 

233.00

  
  
1896, 3¢ Postcard, San Juan Bautista, Tabasco by coastal steemer to Veracruz. By railway from Veracruz to Mexico City. - 1904  

 

99.00

  
  
1896, 3¢ Postcard, Franco en la Sucursal de S. Andreas de Puebla to Mexico. Docketed San Andreas Chalchicomula. Green Mexico receiver on front - slight creases. - 1903  

 

133.00

  
  
1896, (5¢), Mier y Noriega to Galeana by horse back to Doctor Arroyo. Then by Railway to Matehuala, S.L.P. to Monterrey, N.L., to Linares, to Galeana by horseback. The rairoadas had changed the logistics of mail delivery. Before the railroad connection to Matehuala - Saltillo - Monterrey - Montemorelos - Linares was functioning a letter from Mier y Noriega to Galeana (a distance of about 110 miles) had to be carried by horseback for most of the distance with the exception Arramberry - Ascencion (carried by foot over the mountains.) Monterrey and linares backstamps. Cover slightly reduced at left. Map of route comes with cover. - 1902  

 

162.00

  
  
1896, (3¢), Saltillo to Durango. 1/2 front only. - 1901  

 

5.00

  
  
1899, (5¢), Merida, Yucatan to New York. New York Paid All receiver. - 1900  

 

32.00

  
  
1897, (5¢) envelope. Coatzacoalpo by coastal schooner to Veracruz, by land to Monterrey. Veracruz transit Monterrey in green receiver on back. Correct backstamps. - 1899  

 

82.00

  
  
1896, 2 ¢ Postcard and 1¢ stamp = 3¢. Mexico to Humburg. Humburg receiver on front. Nuevo Laredo, Tam. Border exchange on back. - 1898  

 

25.00

  
  
1899, (5¢), Meoqule, Chihuahua to New York. New York receiver on back. No backflap. - 1897  

 

225.00

  
  
1895, 3¢ Postcard, Veracruz to Switzerland. Mexico and New York transit and Swiss receiver on front. Nuevo Laredo, Tam. border exchange on the back. - 1896  

 

32.00

  
  
1895, 3¢ Postcard, Mexico to Versailles. Blue Etanger and Versailles receiver in front. Nuevo Laredo border exchange. CDS on back. - 1895  

 

40.00

  
  
1899, 3¢ Postcard, + (2) 1¢= 5¢. From Isla del Carmen, Campeche to Germany. Laredo, Tam., transit. German receiver on front. Veracruz transit on back. Heavy vertical crease, 1¢ stamp folded over to back. - 1894  

 

10.00

  
  
1897, (20¢), Monclova, Coah. To Mexico. Registered cover, 2 merchant handstamps and complete wax seal on back. - 1893  

 

42.00

  
  
1898, (5¢), Triunfo, Baca California to Alamos, Sonora by ship from La Paz, B.C. via Guaymas. Correct backstamps. No backflap. - 1892  

 

233.00

  
  
1899, (2¢), Mexico to Denver, CO. forwarded to Forth Collins, CO. Denver and Forth Collings receivers on back. - 1891  

 

13.00

  
  
1899, 1¢ Postcard, Mexico to Mexico. Couple corner creases - 1890  

 

7.00

  
  
1900, (10¢), Veracruz to New York. Railroad agent cancel. Veracruz merchant handstamp on back. - 1889  

 

115.00

  
  
1897, (5¢), Chihuahua to Chicago. Backstamp Chicago. Stamp with portion of plate #6. - 1888  

 

99.00

  
  
1899, 3¢ Postcard, Mexico to Paris. Mexico merchant handstamp on back. - 1887  

 

13.00

  


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