Merkurphila 39th Auction
February 22nd, 2020
22 February 2020 10:00 CETLIVE!

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Auction Date: February 22nd, 2020
LIVE! Live-Auction from: 22 February 2020 10:00 CET

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A buyers commission of 22% including differential taxation will be charged from Austrian and EU buyers. Companies and dealers from inside the EU are subject to a commission of 22% if they provide their VAT number and other credentials required in due time. Buyers from outside the EU are subject to their respective country's taxation, customs duties and regulations as well as a buyers commission of 22% (hammer price and shipping fees) only if the auctioneer is handling the export of purchased items. No underbids permitted.

Lot 1070 Austrian Offices in Crete

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Österr. Post in der Levante, 1914, CAIFA, Nr 62, 20Para durchfärbtes Papier, zart entwertet 'CAIFA 21.7.14' auf gut erhaltener bunter Ansichtskarte n. LANDSHUT, Marke ist rundum feinst vollzähnig und farbintensiv, RARITÄT in erlesener, wirkungsvoller Prachterhaltung! sig. EDWIN MÜLLER u. PFENNINGER, ausführliches ATTEST DR.FERCHENBAUER (abgebildet im FB-Handbuch Band IV, Seite 669), KW 4000€ + 25% für tadellose Zähnung

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Austria post in the Levant, 1914, CAIFA, number 62, 20 para durchfärbtes paper, tenuous cancelled 'CAIFA 21.7.14' on very fine colorful picture postcard to LANDSHUT, stamp is all around very fine perfect perforations and color intensely, rarity in selected, effectively superb condition! Signed EDWIN MÜLLER and PFENNINGER, detailed certificate DR. FERCHENBAUER (depicted in the FB handbook ribbon IV, page 669), catalogue value 4000 € plus 25% for faultless perforation

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1200.00 EUR

End date of bidding:

Saturday 22.02.2020, 08:00 CET

Current Auction Time (MET): Friday 28th 2020 February 2020 - 11:29