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  DESCRIPTION MINT   USED  
1899, (5¢), Mexico to New York City. Backstamp include New York Paid All, Mexico merchant handstamp, received and answer handstamp. No backflap. - 1886  

 

17.00

  
1898, 3¢ Postcard, Mexico to Germany via New York. - 1885  

 

17.00

  
1898, (10¢), Mexico to Uruguay. Laredo Tam., New York foreign transit and Uruguay backstamps. Vertical crease on right side. Stamps are imperforate pair. - 1884  

 

225.00

  
1898, 4¢ envolope, plus 1¢ stamp= 5¢. Mexico to Brooklyn, NY. New York Paid All receiver. Wax seal. - 1883  

 

25.00

  
1897, (1¢), Irapuato to Penn. Pennsilvania receiver. - 1882  

 

25.00

  
1899, 2¢ enevelope plus 3¢ stamps= 5¢. Monterrey to Mexico. Mexico backstamp and Cartero No. 55 on back. - 1881  

 

25.00

  
1896, (10¢), Monterrey to Marina. Blue merchant handstamp on back. - 1880  

 

42.00

  
1900, (10¢), Puebla to Chicago. Mexico transit and Chicago receiver. - 1879  

 

25.00

  
1897, (15¢), Registered letter from Mexico to Baltimore, Mariland. San Louis . MO transit and Baltimore receiver on back. Complete wax seal. - 1878  

 

32.00

  
1896, (25¢), Registered letter Mexico to Toluca. Tape stains and wax seals on back. - Certification VS Registration: Inland mail received usually "C" labels, but the fancy "Registrado en Toluca" proves that there was no standard procedure. Mail to foreign destination was handled with "R" labels or cancels. "C" labels are unusual exceptions. Printed matter rate to foreign destinations was the same as the inland rate: 2 c. for each 500 grams or fraction thereof. The letter to Antwerp, Belgium was charged 4 c. for a wewight between 500 and 1,000 grams plus 10 c. registration fee. - 1877  

 

108.00

  
1896, 3¢ Postcard, Celaya, Gto. to Mexico. Green Cartero No. 33 on front and Mexico receiver on back. - 1875  

 

25.00

  
1898, 5¢ Lettercard, Aguascalientes to Cincinnatti. 2 stamps missing on back. 2 registered labels on back and Cincinnatti receiver. - 1874  

 

66.00

  
1899, 1¢ Postcard, Description per scan. No backstamp. - 1873  

 

25.00

  
1896, 3¢ Postcard, Mexico to Sn Luis Potosi. Violet note Reclamado. - 1872  

 

13.00

  
1895, 4¢ envelope + 1¢ = 5¢. Ago Torres, Sonora to New York. Nuevo Laredo, Tam., border exchange office and New York Paid All receiver. Violet received General Delivery etc. - 1871  

 

167.00

  
1899, 2¢ Postcard, Mexico to Toluca. Toluca receiver on front and violet Cartero No. 4 on front. - 1870  

 

42.00

  
1896, 4¢ Postcard + 1¢=5¢. Mexico to Guadalajara. Green Guadalajara receiver and violet merchant handstamp on back. - 1869  

 

42.00

  
1899, 3¢ Postcard, Lagos, Jalisco to Mexico. Mexico receiver on front. ARREGLADO on back. - 1868  

 

10.00

  
1895, 3¢ Postcard, Mineral de la Colorada, Sonora to Mexico. Nogales transit on back. Mexico receiver on front. - 1867  

 

166.00

  
1898, (20¢), Mexico to Veracruz. Registered cover with correct backstamp. 12¢ stamp is the orange brown error. - 1866  

 

132.00

  
1896, 3¢ Postcard, Veracruz via New York to Port Elizabeth, Cape of Good hope. Mexico backstamp? Cancells on front. - 1865  

 

67.00

  
1898, 3¢ Postcard, Mexico to Alirabaya, Netherlands Indies, via New York. No backstamp. Multitude of cancells on front. - 1864  

 

66.00

  
1897, 5¢ envelope. Llano, chihuahua to Las Cruces, New Mexico via El Paso, TX. Asencion, Chih. Transit. Correct backstamps. Correos a Caballo (Mail transport on horse back). - 1863  

 

133.00

  
1897, 3¢ Postcard. Sent from Palizada, Campeche to Mexico. Transit postmark Type C 1 Isla del Carmen. Receiver postmark of Mexico. Cartero No. 23 in violet on back. Palizada es one ot the Post Offices, which used locally made cancel devices. Palizadas is on the river Palizadas. - 1862  

 

148.00

  
5¢ lettercard, plus 1/2 .10¢ stamp. Atotonilco el Alto, Jalisco to Mexico. No backstamp. - 1861  

 

99.00

  
1897, 5¢ + 15¢= 20¢ total. Registered letter from Guanajuato to Jimenez, Chuhuahua. The name Jimenez had been changed to Huejuquilla (sometime between 1889 and 1894). The 15 centavos stamp is a right lower sheet copy with full registration line vertically. Front only - 1860  

 

99.00

  
1897, 5¢ envelope, Taximaroa, Michoacan cancel to Mexico. Straight line Maravatio also cancelling the stamp. Violet Taximaroa in circle at left. Maravatio, Mich. Transit cancel and Mexico backstamp. Cartero No. 25 on back. - 1859  

 

233.00

  
(45¢), unreadable CDS to ? With Official purple Veracruz seal. Front only. - 1858  

 

25.00

  
1897, (5¢), Mineral de Nueva Union, Chihuahua to Chihuahua. Chihuahua receiver. - 1857  

 

142.00

  
1899, (5¢), Victoria, Gto. To Guadalajara, Jal. San Luis de la Paz, Gto. transit. Guadalajara receiver on back. - 1856  

 

133.00

  
1898, 2¢ wrapper, Santa Ana Chiautempam, Tlaxcala to Puebla. - 1855  

 

42.00

  
1900, (5¢), Veracruz to Texas. Transport by railway, por el Ferrocarril Interoceano. Ferrocarril Nacional del isthmo de Tehuantepec. Velasco receiver on back. - 1854  

 

99.00

  
1895, 3¢ Postcard, Tampico to New York with various postmarks on front. No Reclamada (unclaimed). Forwarded to the dead letter office. - 1853  

 

32.00

  
1898, 2¢ Postcard, San Luis Potosi to Albuqurquee, N.M. The 2¢ Servicio Urbano Postal Card was accepted because the rate for the Us was the same as the inland rate. - 1852  

 

32.00

  
1899, 4¢, Valladolid, Yucatan to Espita, Yucatan. Distance less than 16 leagues. - 1851  

 

42.00

  
15¢ Mexico to Tepic. Registered letter. Inland certification. Wax seal removed and merchand handstamp on back. - 1850  

 

92.00

  
1898, 4¢ envelope, with a total of 15¢. Registered cover from Mexico to Brooklyn, NY. Certification Intern. (acional). New York receiver and complete wax seal on back. - 1849  

 

58.00

  
1896, 10¢ envelope + 10¢ stamp= 20¢. Registerd cover from Durango to Berlin. Border exchange offices Piedras Negras and Eagle Pass, TX. Additional Registered label applied in New York, with New York backstamps and Berlin receiver. - 1848  

 

166.00

  
1900, 5¢ envelope, Fortin, Veracruz to San Luis Potosí. SLP receiver. Red Cartero No. 6 on back. - 1847  

 

66.00

  
1895, 5¢ envelope + 1¢ = 6¢. Mexico to London. Nuevo Laredo, Tam. Border exchange and London receiver on back. - 1846  

 

25.00

  
1900, 2¢ Postcard, San Luis Potosi to San Luis Potosi. Unreadable purple postal cancelation on stamp. - 1845  

 

50.00

  
1897, (20¢), Mexico to Culiacan, Sinaloa. Registered cover with Guaymas, Sinaloa CDS onback. 5¢ stamp with plate No. 7. 12¢ stamp light brown shade. 1844  

 

133.00

  
1900, 1¢ Postcard, Mexico to Mexico. - 1843  

 

7.00

  
1895, (4¢) envelope, + 1¢=(5¢). Toluca to Chihuahua with Chihuahua recibido on front. Celaya, Gto. CDS on back. - 1842  

 

25.00

  
1896, (10¢), Mexico to France. Paris Etranger CDS. Border crossing Nuevo Leon, Tamm. Bordeoux receiver. 2¢ and 3¢ stamps not cancelled. - 1841  

 

66.00

  
2¢ Postcard, plus 1¢ stamp with a total of 3¢. From Oaxaca to Mexico. Mexico backstamp. Three semi-open holes at bottom. - 1840  

 

7.00

  
1898, 3¢ Postcard, Aguascalientes to Russia. Nuevo Laredo, Tamm. border crossing and New York foreign crossing and unreadeable Russian receiver all on front. - 1839  

 

82.00

  
3¢ Postcard, Mexico to Montevideo, Uruguay. New York foreign transit. Correct backstmps . - 1838  

 

23.00

  
1895, (15¢), Registered cover from Zamora, Micha. To Philadelphia, PA. Registered at border crossing Laredo Texas, with correct backstamps. Removed wax seal. - 1837  

 

58.00

  
1899, (25¢), Registered cover from San Dimas, Durango to Brooklyn, NY. Two 1¢ revenue stamps that do not serve any postal purpose. AR in circle and correct backstamps. Merchant handstamps cancel revenue stamps. - 1836  

 

75.00

  


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