lot # 24 - Overseas Argentina
International Exhibition Collection of Argentine Air Mail 1924-1939 'The Development of Argentine Outbound and Domestic Airmail' showed by carrier, routes and rates with the different rate changes up to 1939. The fine internationally exhibited eight frame collection comprising 220 covers showing the development of Argentine airmail starting with the Early Flights 1924, French Carriers, Argentine Aeropostal SA, US-carriers to German Lufthansa and Condor-Zeppelin flights, starting Compania Rioplatense first regular air service from Buenos Aires to "Montevideo 2.1.24", 1928 R-cover to Aleppo, Syria, 1928 (Dec. 15) crash cover of Casablanca - Toulouse flight, rare acceptance from Bolivia to Aéropostal-Line to Germany (1930), Montevideo crash cover (1930), 1932 Aéropostale envelope to Jerusalem, Palestine, 1935 envelopes to China and South Africa, high mass franking of $10,70 on large and heavy cover to France (1932), 1936/37 Air France covers to Dakar and Cape Town plus a 1938 (March 23) crash cover of Cinq Croix (Pyrénées), 1938 'Sample' envelope to Belgium, 1938 domestic express delivery cover to Winterthur, Switzerland, 1939 (May 2) crash cover Argana, Morocco, 1929 Aeropostal experimental flight Rivadavia - Buenos Aires and 1936 high Peso frankings to Patagonia, 1930 NYBRA flights to Rio de Janeiro and further to USA, 1937 Panagra-KLM service to Curaçao, West Indies, 1939 trans-pacific envelope to Manila, 1930 Zeppelin cover to Calcutta as well as DLH catapult service with covers to Singapore and Shanghai, plus registered large sized envelope franked with $ 35,15 sent via Bathurst-Stuttgart-Amsterdam to London. Viewing highly recommended. Fine internationally awarded exhibition collection: London 2022 and Stockholmia 2019 Large Vermeil (87 pts.), FEPA Sevilla 2018 Large Gold (95 pts.).rn
Catalogue 298: Europe & Overseas
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