Lot Number: 619

(Ephemera) Original PAA B&W photocard of Pan Am Clipper flying past the Statue of Liberty.

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Date: Picture postcards
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: Original PAA B&W photocard of Pan Am Clipper flying past the Statue of Liberty.
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Lot Number: 521

(World War II) Censored WWII airmail, Pacific Clipper services up to the attack on Pearl Harbour, Sydney to New York, imprint etiquette cover. franked 4 x1/- Lyre bird, correctly rated 4/- per 1/2oz for carriage to US, violet diamond Australia 1103 censor mark, black 'California Clipper' hs. Flown by Pan Am FAM19 to San Francisco, then US internal air service to destination. The Pacific Clipper service ceased after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour on 11/12/41.

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Date: 1941, Oct 2
Est. price: £25.00
Category: World War II

Description: Censored WWII airmail, Pacific Clipper services up to the attack on Pearl Harbour, Sydney to New York, imprint etiquette cover. franked 4 x1/- Lyre bird, correctly rated 4/- per 1/2oz for carriage to US, violet diamond Australia 1103 censor mark, black 'California Clipper' hs. Flown by Pan Am FAM19 to San Francisco, then US internal air service to destination. The Pacific Clipper service ceased after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour on 11/12/41.
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Lot Number: 487

(United States) Possible Pan Am/KLM 'test' flight, endorsed "Round the World Via US and Dutch Air Lines", San Francisco - Manila 1/3 - Batavia 11/3 - Newark, NJ 28/3, airmail cover addressed to KNILM Airways Batavia, franked 75c US stamps canc San Francisco Feb 9, 1936, then re-addressed to Newark, NJ and refranked Netherlands Indies 45c canc Batavia 12/3 cds, tying Dutch AV5 'Per Luchtpost/Par Avion' airmail etiquette. The first regular airmail flight from San Francisco to Manila was 10 weeks earlier on Nov 22, 1935. Interesting.

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Date: 1936, Feb 9
Est. price: £30.00
Category: United States

Description: Possible Pan Am/KLM 'test' flight, endorsed "Round the World Via US and Dutch Air Lines", San Francisco - Manila 1/3 - Batavia 11/3 - Newark, NJ 28/3, airmail cover addressed to KNILM Airways Batavia, franked 75c US stamps canc San Francisco Feb 9, 1936, then re-addressed to Newark, NJ and refranked Netherlands Indies 45c canc Batavia 12/3 cds, tying Dutch AV5 'Per Luchtpost/Par Avion' airmail etiquette. The first regular airmail flight from San Francisco to Manila was 10 weeks earlier on Nov 22, 1935. Interesting.
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Lot Number: 483

(United States) Pacific Survey Flight from San Francisco to Hawaii and Return by Pan Am, long 6c postal stationery envelope with machine cancellation, on reverse arrival datestamp of April 17, 6c affixed and tied by Honolulu cancellation of April 22 and a further 6c added upon arrival and tied by San Francisco cancellation of April 23, both outward (red) and return (blue) cachets below and signed by the pilot 'Edwin Musick', fine and scarce as only a few carried on the round trip (AAMC 1230).

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Date: 1935, Apr 16
Est. price: £60.00
Category: United States

Description: Pacific Survey Flight from San Francisco to Hawaii and Return by Pan Am, long 6c postal stationery envelope with machine cancellation, on reverse arrival datestamp of April 17, 6c affixed and tied by Honolulu cancellation of April 22 and a further 6c added upon arrival and tied by San Francisco cancellation of April 23, both outward (red) and return (blue) cachets below and signed by the pilot 'Edwin Musick', fine and scarce as only a few carried on the round trip (AAMC 1230).
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Lot Number: 484

(United States) Round trip survey flight, Pan Am Sikorsky "Pan American Clipper" Survey Flight San Francisco-Hawaii and return, bs Honolulu 17/4, also cancelled Honolulu 22/4 for return to San Francisco, 23/4 arrival ds, large red flight Clifornia-Hawaii and blue Hawaii-California flight cachets. Only a few covers were carried on the round trip.

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Date: 1935, Apr 16
Est. price: £30.00
Category: United States

Description: Round trip survey flight, Pan Am Sikorsky "Pan American Clipper" Survey Flight San Francisco-Hawaii and return, bs Honolulu 17/4, also cancelled Honolulu 22/4 for return to San Francisco, 23/4 arrival ds, large red flight Clifornia-Hawaii and blue Hawaii-California flight cachets. Only a few covers were carried on the round trip.
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Lot Number: 493

(United States) FAM 5 New Orleans service to Guatemala City, New Orleans to Managua, 13/6 arrival de on front, Pan Am red/blue/pale grey souvenir airmail cover, 24cmx 10cm, imprint etiquette "First Flight/Airmail/New Orleans/To/Managua/June 13 1945", large black framed 'Vuelo Inaugural/Ruta/New Orleans-Panama'. Scarce, this particlar leg is currently unlisted.

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Date: 1943, Jun 13
Est. price: £25.00
Category: United States

Description: FAM 5 New Orleans service to Guatemala City, New Orleans to Managua, 13/6 arrival de on front, Pan Am red/blue/pale grey souvenir airmail cover, 24cmx 10cm, imprint etiquette "First Flight/Airmail/New Orleans/To/Managua/June 13 1945", large black framed 'Vuelo Inaugural/Ruta/New Orleans-Panama'. Scarce, this particlar leg is currently unlisted.
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Lot Number: 488

(United States) Pan Am F/F FAM 19, Los Angeles to Honolulu, b/s,blue cachet, uncommon printed "First Flight/Los Angeles to Canton Island/South Pacific Air Mail Route" souvenir cover.

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

Description: Pan Am F/F FAM 19, Los Angeles to Honolulu, b/s,blue cachet, uncommon printed "First Flight/Los Angeles to Canton Island/South Pacific Air Mail Route" souvenir cover.
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Lot Number: 421

(Singapore) F/F Pan Am FAM 14 extension Singapore to San Francisco, bs, censored airmail cover, 21x11cm, franked 1$50, fine F/F cachet.

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Date: 1941, May 10
Est. price: £12.00
Category: Singapore

Description: F/F Pan Am FAM 14 extension Singapore to San Francisco, bs, censored airmail cover, 21x11cm, franked 1$50, fine F/F cachet.
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Lot Number: 353

(New Zealand) F/F, Auckland to Honolulu, violet boxed cachet, b/s, Pan Am

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Date: 1940, Jul 19
Est. price: £8.00
Category: New Zealand

Description: F/F, Auckland to Honolulu, violet boxed cachet, b/s, Pan Am
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Lot Number: 324

(Netherlands Antilles) Airmail round trip test cover to Curacao, bs 2/11, franked 10c Transport, canc New York, NWI stamps 30c cancelled for the return, and blue PAA Office "Received  Nov 2" cachet verso, Pan Am. See article  in Apr/June 1998 JLKAL by R Saundry about the, as yet, unrecognized, scarcity of these covers.

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Date: 1946, Nov 1
Est. price: £15.00
Category: Netherlands Antilles

Description: Airmail round trip test cover to Curacao, bs 2/11, franked 10c Transport, canc New York, NWI stamps 30c cancelled for the return, and blue PAA Office "Received Nov 2" cachet verso, Pan Am. See article in Apr/June 1998 JLKAL by R Saundry about the, as yet, unrecognized, scarcity of these covers.
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Lot Number: 323

(Netherlands Antilles) Pan Am F/F Curacao to Maracaibo bs 6/5, Otamendi airmail cover franked 25c, black flight cachet.

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Date: 1930, May 6
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Netherlands Antilles

Description: Pan Am F/F Curacao to Maracaibo bs 6/5, Otamendi airmail cover franked 25c, black flight cachet.
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Lot Number: 148

(French Martinique) Early airmail, Martinique to Trinidad, Forte de Fance to Port of Spain, bs 28/9, airmail etiquette cover franked 14F50, Pan Am.

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Date: 1935, Sep 27
Est. price: £10.00
Category: French Martinique

Description: Early airmail, Martinique to Trinidad, Forte de Fance to Port of Spain, bs 28/9, airmail etiquette cover franked 14F50, Pan Am.
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Lot Number: 132

(Costa Rica) Acceptance for Costa Rica for carriage on the KLM/Pan Am Amsterda-Lisbon-New York service, then US internal airlines to San Jose, bs 13/5, registered (label) first flight souvenir cover franked 15c.

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Date: 1940, Apr 28
Est. price: £10.00
Category: Costa Rica

Description: Acceptance for Costa Rica for carriage on the KLM/Pan Am Amsterda-Lisbon-New York service, then US internal airlines to San Jose, bs 13/5, registered (label) first flight souvenir cover franked 15c.
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Lot Number: 112

(Chinese Macau) F/F FAM 14, Macau to Honolulu, purple cachet, purple par avion cachet, b/s, airmail cover, Pan Am

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

Description: F/F FAM 14, Macau to Honolulu, purple cachet, purple par avion cachet, b/s, airmail cover, Pan Am
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Lot Number: 111

(Chinese Macau) F/F FAM 14, Macau to Guam, cachet, purple par avion cachet, b/s, airmail cover, Pan Am

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

Description: F/F FAM 14, Macau to Guam, cachet, purple par avion cachet, b/s, airmail cover, Pan Am
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Lot Number: 114

(Chinese Macau) Trans Pacific F/F FAM 14, Macau to San Francisco, violet Macao-USA flight cachet, "par avion" hs, Pan Am.

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Date: 1937, Apr 28
Est. price: £8.00
Category: Chinese Macau

Description: Trans Pacific F/F FAM 14, Macau to San Francisco, violet Macao-USA flight cachet, "par avion" hs, Pan Am.
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Lot Number: 83

(Brazil) F/F Rio to Bello Horizonte, and return Bello Horizonte to Rio, all appropriate departure and arrival cancellations, black Rio-Bello and red Bello-Rio Electra cachets, attractive red/white/blue Panair do Brasil publicity cover with picture of Lockheed Electra (first use of Lockheed Electras in Brazil), addressed to MJT Trippe, President, Pan American AW.  An uncommon cover in fine condition.

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Date: 1937, Mar 19
Est. price: £20.00
Category: Brazil

Description: F/F Rio to Bello Horizonte, and return Bello Horizonte to Rio, all appropriate departure and arrival cancellations, black Rio-Bello and red Bello-Rio Electra cachets, attractive red/white/blue Panair do Brasil publicity cover with picture of Lockheed Electra (first use of Lockheed Electras in Brazil), addressed to MJT Trippe, President, Pan American AW. An uncommon cover in fine condition.
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Lot Number: 70

(Belgium) Belgium acceptance for Pan American F/F Marseille, bs 24/5 to New York, bs 27/5, plain cover franked 75c postage and 5F air surcharge, fine strike red flight cachet .

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Date: 1939, May 23
Est. price: £20.00
Category: Belgium

Description: Belgium acceptance for Pan American F/F Marseille, bs 24/5 to New York, bs 27/5, plain cover franked 75c postage and 5F air surcharge, fine strike red flight cachet .
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Lot Number: 71

(Belgium) First Belgium acceptance for New York, bs 1/7, for carriage on Pan American F/F 'Northern' trans Atlantic route. Plain cover franked 5F air + 75c, canc Bruxelles 27/6 cds, typed "By 1st air mail Southampton New-York". Francis Field authentication hs verso.

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Date: 1939, Jun 27
Est. price: £25.00
Category: Belgium

Description: First Belgium acceptance for New York, bs 1/7, for carriage on Pan American F/F 'Northern' trans Atlantic route. Plain cover franked 5F air + 75c, canc Bruxelles 27/6 cds, typed "By 1st air mail Southampton New-York". Francis Field authentication hs verso.
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Lot Number: 46

(Bahamas) F/F, Nassau-Miami, bs 2/1, printed souvenir cover franked 2 1/2d, red two line cachet 'By First Air Mail/To Miami' cachet, Pan Am. Image.

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Date: 1929, Jan 2
Est. price: £8.00
Category: Bahamas

Description: F/F, Nassau-Miami, bs 2/1, printed souvenir cover franked 2 1/2d, red two line cachet 'By First Air Mail/To Miami' cachet, Pan Am. Image.
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Lot Number: 39

(Australia) Wartime airmail, Pacific Clipper services up to the attack on Pearl Harbour, the 'air all the way' trans Pacific and trans Atlantic clipper service, Sydney to London, imprint etiquette 'Semper Integro' logo cover franked 5/10d, typed "Aus-NZ-UK Air Mail", sealed red/white Australian OBC censor tape tied by violet  two line 'Passed By Censor/S.109' hs, violet 'California Clipper' hs. Correctly rated 5/10 for the two ocean clipper service to the UK, carried by TEAL to New Zealand, Pan Am FAM19 to San Francisco, then US internal air service to link with Pan Am FAM18 trans Atlantic service to Lisbon. This service opened on 3/7/40 when Italy entered the war on June 10th 1940 and closed Mediterranean section of the long established Empire (Kangaroo) route through Europe and across the Indian Ocean. The Pacific Clipper service ceased after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour on 11/12/41. An attractive and important item in the study of wartime airmails.

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Date: 1942, Feb 2
Est. price: £35.00
Category: Australia

Description: Wartime airmail, Pacific Clipper services up to the attack on Pearl Harbour, the 'air all the way' trans Pacific and trans Atlantic clipper service, Sydney to London, imprint etiquette 'Semper Integro' logo cover franked 5/10d, typed "Aus-NZ-UK Air Mail", sealed red/white Australian OBC censor tape tied by violet two line 'Passed By Censor/S.109' hs, violet 'California Clipper' hs. Correctly rated 5/10 for the two ocean clipper service to the UK, carried by TEAL to New Zealand, Pan Am FAM19 to San Francisco, then US internal air service to link with Pan Am FAM18 trans Atlantic service to Lisbon. This service opened on 3/7/40 when Italy entered the war on June 10th 1940 and closed Mediterranean section of the long established Empire (Kangaroo) route through Europe and across the Indian Ocean. The Pacific Clipper service ceased after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour on 11/12/41. An attractive and important item in the study of wartime airmails.
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Lot Number: 38

(Australia) Wartime airmail, 'air all the way' Australia to Canada, Pacific Clipper services up to the attack on Pearl Harbour, Double Bay/NSW to Ottawa, censored imprint etiquette air cover franked 2/-, 1/6d and 5d, canc double Bay cds, ms NZ-USA-Canada, violet two line 'California Clipper' hs, sealed red/white Australian OBC censor tape, violet two line 'Passed By/Censor/S.103 (Sydney) hs. Correctly rated 3/11d for the Pacific 'all air' service to CANADA, carried by TEAL to New Zealand, Pan Am FAM19 to San Francisco, then US/Canadian internal air service to Ottawa (Boyle p860). This service opened on 3/7/40 when Italy entered the war and closed Mediterranean section of the long established Empire (Kangaroo) route through Europe and across the Indian Ocean. The Pacific Clipper service ceased after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour on 11/12/41.

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Date: 1940, Oct 23
Est. price: £55.00
Category: Australia

Description: Wartime airmail, 'air all the way' Australia to Canada, Pacific Clipper services up to the attack on Pearl Harbour, Double Bay/NSW to Ottawa, censored imprint etiquette air cover franked 2/-, 1/6d and 5d, canc double Bay cds, ms NZ-USA-Canada, violet two line 'California Clipper' hs, sealed red/white Australian OBC censor tape, violet two line 'Passed By/Censor/S.103 (Sydney) hs. Correctly rated 3/11d for the Pacific 'all air' service to CANADA, carried by TEAL to New Zealand, Pan Am FAM19 to San Francisco, then US/Canadian internal air service to Ottawa (Boyle p860). This service opened on 3/7/40 when Italy entered the war and closed Mediterranean section of the long established Empire (Kangaroo) route through Europe and across the Indian Ocean. The Pacific Clipper service ceased after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour on 11/12/41.
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Lot Number: 35

(Australia) WWII precursor, Sydney to New York, sent to USA via the Empire Route to London and and onward transmission across Atlantic by sea, imprint etiquette airmail cover franked 1/7d (overpaid by 1d), canc Air Mail/Sydney/39MY38, etiquette cancelled by red double bar Jusqu'a applied in London to terminate carriage by air. Flown all the way by Short C Class S.30 flying boats, to Singapore by Qantas, and on to London by Imperial Airways.  An interesting item, Australian airmail to USA of this period usually went by the Pan Am Trans Pacific route. Some rough opening at top, hardly detracts, see scan.

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Date: 1938, May 30
Est. price: £30.00
Category: Australia

Description: WWII precursor, Sydney to New York, sent to USA via the Empire Route to London and and onward transmission across Atlantic by sea, imprint etiquette airmail cover franked 1/7d (overpaid by 1d), canc Air Mail/Sydney/39MY38, etiquette cancelled by red double bar Jusqu'a applied in London to terminate carriage by air. Flown all the way by Short C Class S.30 flying boats, to Singapore by Qantas, and on to London by Imperial Airways. An interesting item, Australian airmail to USA of this period usually went by the Pan Am Trans Pacific route. Some rough opening at top, hardly detracts, see scan.
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Lot Number: 659

(Reference Material) "Imperial Airways Empire Flying Boat Services 1936-1939", P.Wingent 1997. An A4 softback, 175pp, consisting of 344 reports from the Southampton 'Southern Daily Echo' between 1936-39 in presented in chronological order, 17 maps of the Empire airmail routes, and four separate checklists for the Imperial Airways Africa service, the Imperial Airways India/Australia service, the Imperial Airways Trans-Atlantic service and the Pan American Trans-Atlantic service. Available for purchase from Airmail Collector priced at £35.00.

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Date: Reference material
Est. price: £35.00
Category: Reference Material

Description: "Imperial Airways Empire Flying Boat Services 1936-1939", P.Wingent 1997. An A4 softback, 175pp, consisting of 344 reports from the Southampton 'Southern Daily Echo' between 1936-39 in presented in chronological order, 17 maps of the Empire airmail routes, and four separate checklists for the Imperial Airways Africa service, the Imperial Airways India/Australia service, the Imperial Airways Trans-Atlantic service and the Pan American Trans-Atlantic service. Available for purchase from Airmail Collector priced at £35.00.
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