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C1 x10 (two pairs and a 6-block, all VF), 170 (VF), and 184 (F-VF) on 2 June 1932 airmail COVER FRONT ONLY to the U.S. with air label and notation "Via Air Mail / Oslo-London". The fourth C1 from the left has Facit-listed variety #160v1 "ME on left side connected". Though just a front, this is a spectacular item with high-value franking. If the stamps were simply removed from the paper, they would individually sell for about $200, not counting a premium for the #C1 6-block. While first flight covers bearing #C1 are fairly standard items, 10-C1-stamp frankings such as this are quite exceptional.
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270.00

235899
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C9, C10 [1931 30 aur, 1 kr ZEPPELIN Overprints] (VF, Fine+) on 30 June 1931 registered post card to Germany (Heinrich Keimel), with usual green triangular handstamp and Friedrichshafen machine receiver. If the stamps were removed from the cover, they would sell for $310 [1/2012] with this centering. Correct franking for a post card. Very fresh and attractive.
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325.00

235901
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C15, C16a, C17-20 [1934 Airmail Scenes] (VF) on 5 December 1934 registered (label on reverse) airmail cover to AALBORG, Denmark, with receiving postmark. If removed from the cover, the stamps would sell for over $100! A very pretty, neat little cover.
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140.00

235902
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C15, C17-20, 219 [1934 10, 25, 50 aur, 1, 2 kr Airmail Scenes and 5 aur Fish] (VF) on 12 November 1945 registered airmail cover TO CANADA. Though the sender was a well-known stamp dealer, this cover, addressed to a person at a bank, could very reasonably be a totally commercial use (and if not, then it is still a commercial philatelic use). If this was a philatelic cover, the dealer would have used a 20 aur Airmail to complete the set instead of the 5 aur Fish. The rate is exactly correct for a 15 gram registered airmail cover at this time (60 aur surface to 20g, 60 aur registration, 90 aur per 5g air surcharge). The stamps on the cover would sell for about $90 [1/2012]. A very unusual use.
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170.00

229388
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C29, 219, 249 (VF) on 1951 airmail business size cover to the U.S.
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14.00

235903
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C29 [1952 3.30 kr Airmail (Oræfajökull Mountain, Vatnajökull Glacier] (VF) on Superb ca.1952 (cancel unclear) airmail cover to the U.S. The 3.30 rate was correct for a 10 gram airmail letter to the U.S. from 23 March 1950 through 30 September 1953 (and there was no later 3.30 rate), thus this stamp only had a solo use rate period of 2 May 1952 through 30 September 1953.
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24.00

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