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502 Alcohol / Alcool See Also Lots:/Voir Aussi Lots:
Lot No Type Description Price
12424 EL image FRANCE (1981) Glass of alcohol*. Automobile*. Deluxe sheet. Scott No 1768, Yvert No 2159.
15924 EA BELGIUM (1999) Reindeer with glass of champagne. Die proof in black signed by the engraver, representing the cachet for the official First Day cover for Christmas issue. Scott No 1776. (Note - FDC is not included in this lot, as I have only the image). image (Image b)
6881 ENT ITALY (1923) Gloves. Electric lighting & heating. Silver and nickel plating. Restaurant. Weddings. Bank. Chocolate. Liquors. Auto sales and repair. Woolen items. Typewriter*. Postal lettercard (N) with BLP stamp affixed and multiple advertisements on inside and out. This one is missing the insert. image (Image b) (Image c)
25049 EMA image U.S.A. (1946) Four Roses*. Beautiful red meter cancellation on piece Pitney Bowes No 87635: "Four Roses Whiskies."
25289 ENT GERMANY (1902) Dental diseases. Auto repair. Butter wholesaler. Liquor. Electric massage. Detective agency. Facial & nail care. Slipper factory. 5pf postal stationery envelope (N) with multiple advertisements front and back. Series 11(a). image (Image b)
16824 ESS image MONACO (1969) Devil*. Men drinking*. Trial color proofs in full sheet of 30 with printers color codes in pencil in margin. Scene (Auerbach's Cellar) from Berlioz' opera "Damnation of Faust". Scott No 714, Yvert No 781. Incredible!
11568 L ETATS UNIS (1870) Machine à coudre*. Chaussures. Cuir. Pharmacie. Mortier. Vins. Whisky. Partitions. Cigares. Vêtements. 10 annonces au dos de cette lettre de négociants de Montgomery, Alabama dont une grand format illustrée pour un marchand de machines à coudre! Les illustrations sur ces précurseurs des entiers à publicités multiples sont très rares! Cette illustration est la plus grande que nous ayons jamais rencontrée. Pli affranchi par un 3 cents vert Washington, Scott No 136, Yvert No 41. Pli très propre. Nous avons vu des plis similaires vendus en France à plus de 4000F, notre estimation est donc raisonnable à image (Image b)

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