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Dear philatelists, collectors and investors,
From fine classic to contemporary philately, the 17th SCHLEGEL auction on October 5-6, 2015 includes a wealth of objects for those appreciating philatelic variety and quality. This autumn sale will be led by our four special parts LUXEMBOURG, RUSSIA, BAVARIA, DISINFECTED MAIL as well as the again multifaceted and strong collection section.
|Monday, October 5, 2015
||from 10.00 am
||Lots 1 - 478
||Special Sections Luxembourg, Russia, Bavaria & Disinfected Mail
||from 11.00 am
|| 500 – 1180
||Collections Part I
||from 14.30 pm
||Collections Part II
|Tuesday, Oktober 6, 2015
||from 10.00 am
||1991 - 3428
||Single Lots Part I, Europe-Overseas& Coins, etc.
||from 14.30 pm
||3429 - 4928
||Single Lots Part II, Germany
A selection of exceptional objects is for sale in our first special section LUXEMBOURG FIRST ISSUE of William III 1852-1880 with various unused top values, covers, superb multiples, cancellations and retouches. The offer and special section RUSSIA presents 21 selected Lots of Russia-classics 1858-1905, with rarities, each with certificate. Classic connoisseurs should enjoy our special section BAVARIA from an estate of a well-known collector, with fine individual items. We also recommend our remarkable selection DISINFECTED MAIL WORLDWIDE 1673-1972, a special section with 178 lots including rare covers and cancellations from different countries and periods which represents a good documentation of decontamination procedures with handstamps, labels, perforations, slits and markings; a nice part of original documents regarding regulations is attached.
In our collection section we offer a wide array in the range of 60-15000 EUR with a variety of interesting objects. Among them the extensive and fine collection French Antarctic Territory 1948-1989 (Lot 1796), showing a wide array of different issues, noted imperforated varieties, covers as well as a selection of proofs. Also, collector Kar Rathjen offers his Award-winning exhibition collection OLYMPIC SUMMER GAMES 1936 (Lot 1931) presented and written up on 440 pages including rare covers, postcards and elusive cancellations, an excellent piece for the sport/Olympian collector. With all our collections, please have a look at the photo section of our catalog as well as at our online catalogue where you’ll find depictions of most of the collections and of all single lots.
Please look forward to our single lot section which is led by the superb not-issued Sport Aid set 2001 (never hinged) from a redrawn printing sheet of the Federal Republic of Germany (Lot 4832), an absolute rarity for the connoisseur of philatelic precious items.
SCHLEGEL will be holding its 17th auction from October 20–21, 2015 at the Hollywood Media Hotel at Kurfürstendamm 202. We look forward to seeing you at our sale and wish you success with your bids.
Please find the complete catalog and its differents section for download as Pdf-file:
1. Special Part Luxembourg (Lots 1- 98)
2. Special Part Russia (Lots 101 - 121)
3. Special Part Bavaria (Lots 201 - 271)
4. Special Part Disinfected Mail (Lots 301 - 478)
5. Main Catalog - Text (Lots 500-4928)
5.1 Collections (Images)
5.2 Covers (Bildtafeln)
5.3 Single lots Europe/Overseas (Images)
5.4 Single lots coins, medals etc. (Images)
5.5 Single lots Germany (Images)
17th Auction: FRENCH ANTARCTIC TERRITORY
FRENCH ANTARCTIC TERRITORY: 1948-1989, extensive and fine collection French Antarctic Territory, showing a wide array of different issues, noted imperforated varieties, covers as well as a selection of proofs. Includes an important section EPREUVES DE LUXE (Mi-No. 2-251 cpl.) and a very rare example of the airmail-stamp “87 FR CONCORDE” not issued in the year 1969.
TERRES AUSTRALES & ANTARCTIQUES FRANÇAISES: 1948-1989, superbe collection neuve T.A.A.F. avec Précurseurs, Terre Adelie, émission 1955-1989 bien fournie. Spécialiseé avec belle ensemble de non dentelés, blocs spéciaux avec tirage tres limité, lettres, et “EPREUVES DE LUXE” (Mi. 2-251). A noter timbre NON EMIS 87 F.. VOL DE CONCORDE (MAURY 19A).
AUSRUF / OPENING / COTE: 15.000 EUR.
17th Auction: OLYMPIC SUMMER GAMES 1936
Award-winning exhibition collection, presented and written up on 440 pages. Page 2 of the introduction lists the various different sections of this beautiful collection, including rare covers, postcards and elusive cancellations. Excellent for the sport/Olympian collector.
Opening: 15.000 EUR.