Lot Number: 469

(United States) F/F FAM 19, Los Angeles to Auckland, cachet, b/s, plain cover,Pan Am

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Date: 1940, Jul 12
Est. price: £8.00
Category: United States

Description: F/F FAM 19, Los Angeles to Auckland, cachet, b/s, plain cover,Pan Am
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Lot Number: 406

(Singapore) F/F FAM 14, Singapore to Honolulu, cachet, b/s, violet triangular Singapore censor mark, official long cover, 23x10cm.

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Date: 1941, May 10
Est. price: £8.00
Category: Singapore

Description: F/F FAM 14, Singapore to Honolulu, cachet, b/s, violet triangular Singapore censor mark, official long cover, 23x10cm.
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Lot Number: 407

(Singapore) F/F FAM 14, Singapore to San Francisco, cachet, b/s, violet triangular Singapore censor mark, official long cover, 23x10cm.

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Date: 1941, May 10
Est. price: £8.00
Category: Singapore

Description: F/F FAM 14, Singapore to San Francisco, cachet, b/s, violet triangular Singapore censor mark, official long cover, 23x10cm.
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Lot Number: 364

(Puerto Rico) F/F FAM 6/10 combined, Brazillian extension San Juan to UC Consul, Santos, bs 1/12t, large violet flight cachet, Pan Am. Uncommon.

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Date: 1930, Nov 25
Est. price: £40.00
Category: Puerto Rico

Description: F/F FAM 6/10 combined, Brazillian extension San Juan to UC Consul, Santos, bs 1/12t, large violet flight cachet, Pan Am. Uncommon.
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Lot Number: 362

(Puerto Rico) F/F FAM 6, San Juan-Paramibo, Dutch Guiana, bs 23/9, large violet framed flight cachet, plain cover.

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Date: 1929, Sep 22
Est. price: £6.00
Category: Puerto Rico

Description: F/F FAM 6, San Juan-Paramibo, Dutch Guiana, bs 23/9, large violet framed flight cachet, plain cover.
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Lot Number: 359

(Philippines) F/F FAM 14, Manila to Hong Kong, violet cachet, b/s 28/4, and on to Bangkok, Pan Am.

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Date: 1937, Apr 28
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Philippines

Description: F/F FAM 14, Manila to Hong Kong, violet cachet, b/s 28/4, and on to Bangkok, Pan Am.
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Lot Number: 285

(Interruptions and Accidents) F/F, Buenos Aires to Miami, and on to Texas, franked 25c canc "Aeropostale BA" machine cancel, red/black boxed NYRBA cachet, green "Via/NYRBA(in arrow)/Aerea" hs, no b/s, NYRBA. Involved in all three crashes of this flight. The first was at Porto Alegre. The second was on landing at Santos where mail from Argentina, Uruguay, Porto Alegre had to be unloaded and, together with mail from Santos, rushed 200 miles by car, over mountain roads to Rio. Here it was transferred, along with the Rio mail, to a third machine which took off for Bahia, chased by the Rio harbour police who had a warrant to impound NYRBA's mail because of an unsettled legal dispute with ETA. The third crash occurred on take off at Bahia following a stop to load further mail. This item is also an 'outlaw' cover because NYRBA had no FAM contract with the USPO guaranteeing that their mail would receive continuing air mail service once it had cleared th first US port of entry.

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Date: 1930, Feb 19
Est. price: £40.00
Category: Interruptions and Accidents

Description: F/F, Buenos Aires to Miami, and on to Texas, franked 25c canc "Aeropostale BA" machine cancel, red/black boxed NYRBA cachet, green "Via/NYRBA(in arrow)/Aerea" hs, no b/s, NYRBA. Involved in all three crashes of this flight. The first was at Porto Alegre. The second was on landing at Santos where mail from Argentina, Uruguay, Porto Alegre had to be unloaded and, together with mail from Santos, rushed 200 miles by car, over mountain roads to Rio. Here it was transferred, along with the Rio mail, to a third machine which took off for Bahia, chased by the Rio harbour police who had a warrant to impound NYRBA's mail because of an unsettled legal dispute with ETA. The third crash occurred on take off at Bahia following a stop to load further mail. This item is also an 'outlaw' cover because NYRBA had no FAM contract with the USPO guaranteeing that their mail would receive continuing air mail service once it had cleared th first US port of entry.
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Lot Number: 255

(Hong Kong) Trans Pacific F/F FAM 14 by 'Hong Kong' then 'China' Clipper to San Francisco, bs 4/5, attractive 'Trans-Pacific' souvenir cover with embossed 'Rising Sun' logo, franked $2, 50c & 30c canc Hong Kong Airmail cds, fine strike official blue flight cachet, Pan Am.

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Date: 1937, Apr 29
Est. price: £15.00
Category: Hong Kong

Description: Trans Pacific F/F FAM 14 by 'Hong Kong' then 'China' Clipper to San Francisco, bs 4/5, attractive 'Trans-Pacific' souvenir cover with embossed 'Rising Sun' logo, franked $2, 50c & 30c canc Hong Kong Airmail cds, fine strike official blue flight cachet, Pan Am.
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Lot Number: 251

(Hawaii) Pan Am pioneer Trans-Pacific service FAM 14 F/F Honolulu to Hong Kong, bs 28/4, official black flight cachet.

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Date: 1937, Apr 27
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Hawaii

Description: Pan Am pioneer Trans-Pacific service FAM 14 F/F Honolulu to Hong Kong, bs 28/4, official black flight cachet.
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Lot Number: 250

(Hawaii) FAM 14 Trans-Pacific service, F/F Honolulu to Guam, bs 27/11, cover, 10x24cm, franked 25c, official violet F/F cachet..

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Date: 1935, Nov 24
Est. price: £6.00
Category: Hawaii

Description: FAM 14 Trans-Pacific service, F/F Honolulu to Guam, bs 27/11, cover, 10x24cm, franked 25c, official violet F/F cachet..
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Lot Number: 252

(Hawaii) F/F FAM 19, Honolulu to Canton Island, cachet, b/s, Pan Am

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Date: 1940, Jul 14
Est. price: £6.00
Category: Hawaii

Description: F/F FAM 19, Honolulu to Canton Island, cachet, b/s, Pan Am
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Lot Number: 200

(GB External) F/F Great Britain to Newfoundland, bs Botwood 1/7, carried on F/F Pan Am Northern route North Atlantic Service to New York, typed 'Via FAM No 18/First Trans-Atlantic ir Mail/Northern Route' airmail cover, franked 1/3d cancelled Southampton cds, airmail etiquette.

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Date: 1939, Jun 27
Est. price: £10.00
Category: GB External

Description: F/F Great Britain to Newfoundland, bs Botwood 1/7, carried on F/F Pan Am Northern route North Atlantic Service to New York, typed 'Via FAM No 18/First Trans-Atlantic ir Mail/Northern Route' airmail cover, franked 1/3d cancelled Southampton cds, airmail etiquette.
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Lot Number: 184

(GB External) London to Sydney, bs 16//1, airmail addressed to member of crew of S.S.Orion, c/o Orient Line Agents, airmail etiquette cover franked 1/3d. S.S.Orion was one of the most famous ships on the Australia immigrant run.

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Date: 1935, Nov 1
Est. price: £30.00
Category: GB External

Description: London to Sydney, bs 16//1, airmail addressed to member of crew of S.S.Orion, c/o Orient Line Agents, airmail etiquette cover franked 1/3d. S.S.Orion was one of the most famous ships on the Australia immigrant run.
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Lot Number: 115

(Egypt) Imperial Airways FIRST ?ALL AIR? SERVICE FROM EGYPT TO ENGLAND, bs Rotherham 5/2. Imprint etiquette cover franked 28ml, canc Cairo 1 Feb 37 cds. Carried all the way by C-Class Flying Boat ?Castor? which was delivered to Imperial Airways in January 1937. As these planes came off the production line they were introduced first onto routes between Southampton and Alexandria to gain operational experience and familiarise crews as to their use. This experimental/operational flight was the first ?all the way by air? service between Alexandria and Southampton, and was the precursor of the first regular eastbound ?all air? service, which opened on 8th Feb, 1937.  A scarce item in fine condition.

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Date: 1937, Feb 1
Est. price: £130.00
Category: Egypt

Description: Imperial Airways FIRST ?ALL AIR? SERVICE FROM EGYPT TO ENGLAND, bs Rotherham 5/2. Imprint etiquette cover franked 28ml, canc Cairo 1 Feb 37 cds. Carried all the way by C-Class Flying Boat ?Castor? which was delivered to Imperial Airways in January 1937. As these planes came off the production line they were introduced first onto routes between Southampton and Alexandria to gain operational experience and familiarise crews as to their use. This experimental/operational flight was the first ?all the way by air? service between Alexandria and Southampton, and was the precursor of the first regular eastbound ?all air? service, which opened on 8th Feb, 1937. A scarce item in fine condition.
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Lot Number: 107

(Canal Zone) F/F FAM 9, Cristobal to Santiago (Chile) b/s 21/7, large violet cachet, Pan American Grace Airlines.

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Date: 1929, Jul 17
Est. price: £18.00
Category: Canal Zone

Description: F/F FAM 9, Cristobal to Santiago (Chile) b/s 21/7, large violet cachet, Pan American Grace Airlines.
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Lot Number: 106

(Canal Zone) F/F FAM 5, Cristobal to Curacao, violet cachet, b/s, Pan Am.

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Date: 1929, Jun 21
Est. price: £6.00
Category: Canal Zone

Description: F/F FAM 5, Cristobal to Curacao, violet cachet, b/s, Pan Am.
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Lot Number: 108

(Canal Zone) F/F FAM 5, Cristobal to Maturin, Venezuela,cachet, b/s, Roessler small check corner cover, Pan Am

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Date: 1931, Feb 12
Est. price: £12.00
Category: Canal Zone

Description: F/F FAM 5, Cristobal to Maturin, Venezuela,cachet, b/s, Roessler small check corner cover, Pan Am
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Lot Number: 13

(Argentina) ARISTOTEL S. ONASSIS registered (label) cover from Buenos Aires to Ledenhall Stret, London, franked 2P 35c. Aristotle Socrates Onassis, was a Greek shipping magnate who amassed the world's largest privately-owned shipping fleet and was one of the world's richest and most famous men. His first million was earned making cigarettes in Argentina during the late 1920s and early 1930s

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Date: 1935, may 11
Est. price: £35.00
Category: Argentina

Description: ARISTOTEL S. ONASSIS registered (label) cover from Buenos Aires to Ledenhall Stret, London, franked 2P 35c. Aristotle Socrates Onassis, was a Greek shipping magnate who amassed the world's largest privately-owned shipping fleet and was one of the world's richest and most famous men. His first million was earned making cigarettes in Argentina during the late 1920s and early 1930s
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Lot Number: 96

(Canada) Canada first acceptance for Jamaica for carriage on the FAM 5 F/F Miami to Kingston bs 3/12, plain cover franked 10c Canada stamps canc Walker Airport, Ont, large violet framed F/F cachet.

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Date: 1929, Sep 17
Est. price: £25.00
Category: Canada

Description: Canada first acceptance for Jamaica for carriage on the FAM 5 F/F Miami to Kingston bs 3/12, plain cover franked 10c Canada stamps canc Walker Airport, Ont, large violet framed F/F cachet.
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Lot Number: 257

(Hong Kong) Neat and fine green/cream printed 'Forces Airmail/Par Avion' envelope with embossed green 'Kings Shropshire Light Infantry' logo on flap, franked 2 1/2d canc (army) PO to England, 24/8/51 arrival ds on front, posted from SS Empire Fowey, Kowloon. She served as a troopship until 1960, and also carried servicemen's families to the naval dockyard on Singapore in the early 1950's.

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Date: 1951, Aug 20
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Hong Kong

Description: Neat and fine green/cream printed 'Forces Airmail/Par Avion' envelope with embossed green 'Kings Shropshire Light Infantry' logo on flap, franked 2 1/2d canc (army) PO to England, 24/8/51 arrival ds on front, posted from SS Empire Fowey, Kowloon. She served as a troopship until 1960, and also carried servicemen's families to the naval dockyard on Singapore in the early 1950's.
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Lot Number: 360

(Philippines) FIRST AIRMAIL/UNITED STATES/CHINA, Pacific Clipper Flight, F/F FAM 14, Hong Kong Clipper, Manila to Honolulu, b/s, Pan Am. Uncommon Roessler check border cover with cover with green 'Special Dcelivery' cachet.

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Date: 1937, Apr 28
Est. price: £25.00
Category: Philippines

Description: FIRST AIRMAIL/UNITED STATES/CHINA, Pacific Clipper Flight, F/F FAM 14, Hong Kong Clipper, Manila to Honolulu, b/s, Pan Am. Uncommon Roessler check border cover with cover with green 'Special Dcelivery' cachet.
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Lot Number: 361

(Philippines) F/F FAM 14, Manila to Singapore, green F/F cachet, Singapore censored airmail cover, Pan Am. Ironed vertical crease, barely visble, see scan

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Date: 1941, May 9
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Philippines

Description: F/F FAM 14, Manila to Singapore, green F/F cachet, Singapore censored airmail cover, Pan Am. Ironed vertical crease, barely visble, see scan
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Lot Number: 358

(Philippines) F/F FAM 14 , Manila to Macao, bs 28/4, airmail cover, Pan Am

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Date: 1937, Apr 28
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Philippines

Description: F/F FAM 14 , Manila to Macao, bs 28/4, airmail cover, Pan Am
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Lot Number: 357

(Philippines) F/F FAM 14  "China Clipper", Manila to Guam, cachet, bs 2/12, airmail cover, Pan Am

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Date: 1935, Dec 2
Est. price: £8.00
Category: Philippines

Description: F/F FAM 14 "China Clipper", Manila to Guam, cachet, bs 2/12, airmail cover, Pan Am
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Lot Number: 363

(Puerto Rico) Pan Am F/F FAM 6, San Juan-St Thomas, bs 22/9, flown by Lindburgh in Sikorsky S-38A amphibian.

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Date: 1929, Sep 22
Est. price: £12.00
Category: Puerto Rico

Description: Pan Am F/F FAM 6, San Juan-St Thomas, bs 22/9, flown by Lindburgh in Sikorsky S-38A amphibian.
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Lot Number: 377

(Scarce/Unusual Routing) Fort McMurray to Herschel Isalnd, a wintering place for whalers with a population  of two constables, a special constable and his family, and two Eskimo families. Mail normally carried to Aklavik by river, the by dog team to the island. Cover carried on F/F Fort McMurray to Aklavik, and on to Herschel by RCMP dog team and water patrol, bearing Edmonton 25/11/19 depart and Herschell 2/5/30 arrival cds. Also Aklavic 3/8/30 and Edmonton 15/8/30 for the return flight.. Also 150 word explanaory typwritten text. Nice item.

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Date: 1929, Nov 25
Est. price: £60.00
Category: Scarce/Unusual Routing

Description: Fort McMurray to Herschel Isalnd, a wintering place for whalers with a population of two constables, a special constable and his family, and two Eskimo families. Mail normally carried to Aklavik by river, the by dog team to the island. Cover carried on F/F Fort McMurray to Aklavik, and on to Herschel by RCMP dog team and water patrol, bearing Edmonton 25/11/19 depart and Herschell 2/5/30 arrival cds. Also Aklavic 3/8/30 and Edmonton 15/8/30 for the return flight.. Also 150 word explanaory typwritten text. Nice item.
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Lot Number: 461

(Tanganyika) Wilson Airways, Dar es Salaam to Tanga, bs 22/11, airmail cover franked 35c, violet framed 'Feeder Service, bearing six signatures including three well known Wilson Airways pilots, WM Bawden, AN Francombe and A Noon, also ? CF Morris, FD Winglet and C Swynnerton the world famous tsetse fly scientist  who died in a de Havilland Leopard Moth plane crash four years later on 8 June 1938. Accompanying this cover is a newspaper cutting reporting the accident and that WM Bawden, the pilot was also killed. Exlaining six signatures on an apparently routine internal air cover flown four years earlier, including those of three well known  pilots and a world famous scientist who all worked in Tanganyika, will not only be an exciting challenge but one which, if successful, will likely add significant value to this unusual item.

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Date: 1934, Nov 22
Est. price: £75.00
Category: Tanganyika

Description: Wilson Airways, Dar es Salaam to Tanga, bs 22/11, airmail cover franked 35c, violet framed 'Feeder Service, bearing six signatures including three well known Wilson Airways pilots, WM Bawden, AN Francombe and A Noon, also ? CF Morris, FD Winglet and C Swynnerton the world famous tsetse fly scientist who died in a de Havilland Leopard Moth plane crash four years later on 8 June 1938. Accompanying this cover is a newspaper cutting reporting the accident and that WM Bawden, the pilot was also killed. Exlaining six signatures on an apparently routine internal air cover flown four years earlier, including those of three well known pilots and a world famous scientist who all worked in Tanganyika, will not only be an exciting challenge but one which, if successful, will likely add significant value to this unusual item.
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Lot Number: 498

(Aviation Postal History) Topic: PAN AM's FAM 18 SERVICE'S CONTRIBUTION TO POSTAL HISTORY. A unique display page mounted on a 10x12? album leaf presenting 250 word of introductory text; and a B&W picture of a Trans-Atlantic Boeing 314 flying boat taking off.

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Date: Airlines
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Aviation Postal History

Description: Topic: PAN AM's FAM 18 SERVICE'S CONTRIBUTION TO POSTAL HISTORY. A unique display page mounted on a 10x12? album leaf presenting 250 word of introductory text; and a B&W picture of a Trans-Atlantic Boeing 314 flying boat taking off.
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