DrIwan CD-ROM”The Investation Value Of Uniquecollection”

THIS THE SAMPLE OF DR IWAN EBOOK IN CD-ROM WITHOUT ILLUSTRATION PART ONE, ALSO EXIST THE PART TWO THE VAlUE OF UNIQUECOLLECTIONS FROM AUCTION PRICE AND PART THREE THE WORLD TRADER ANTIQUE GALLERY FOR COMPARATIVE STUDY , THE COMPLETE CD WITH ILLUSTRATIONS EXIST, BUT THE COLLECTORS AR TRADER MUSET SUMBSCRIBE AS PREMIUUM MEMBER OF THE WEB BLOG VIA COMMENT WITH SEND THEIR IDENTITY INFORMATIONS SAME WITH THEIR ID CARD FOR SECURITY ONLY THEN WE WILL CONTACT VIA YOUR EMAIL ADRESS FOR THE ADMINISTRATION INFO,AFTER THAT YOU CAN GET THIS AMIZING CD-ROM

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BECAUSE YOU DIDNOT KNOW

WHAT ARE YOUR COLLECTIONS

Ming Vase

DO YOU HOW MUCH THE PRICE OF THIS VASE?

IF YOU DON’T NOW BETTER YOU

 LEARN FROM THIS CD-ROM

 

 THIS E-BOOK DEDICATED TO MY SON ANTON JIMMI SUWANDY

THE TOPIC  OF THE E-BOOK FROM HIM

The Value Of Uniquecollection

Part One

 

Created By

Dr Iwan suwandy,MHA

Private Limites E-book In Cd-rom Edition

Special For Antique Trader

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PREFACE
a.I starting stamps collection during 1955 very young boy. look my vintage photo with mother Diana lanny and father Djohan Oetama at Bukittingi West Sumatra 1955, my father passed away in 1985 and my mother is just pass away in July 2010.

b.Between 1960-1963, during study at Don Bosco high school I had started collected beside stamps all type of informations collections due to my Teacher Frater Servaas told me that I must collected the Informations due to the developing the satellite which made the globalizations which the growing of world communications will became fast and no border between the nations countries, who have the Information he will became the leader and the King in communications, thank you Frater Servaas your info which made me can built the very best informations communications uniquecollection blog in the world.
Look at in memoriam Frater Servaas with my teacher at Frater middle school in memorian Frater Eric at my House during my Sister Erlita 17th years birthday in 1963.


also look my profile with my loving teacher who still alive and stay at Padang city west sumatra Pak Sofjanto at my house in the same time of the photo above


c.Between 1973-1983 many interesting history which related with the stamp and postal history and also with my life :
1. In 1972 I have graduated Medical Doctor(MD)

2.as the temporary assitenst at Pulmonology (Lung Disease) department in Medical faculty

 

3.In 1973 join the medical officer of Indonesia National Police


4.in September 1973 I was merried with Lily W.

 


5. in 1974 my first son Albert our photographer was born in November 1974, and later in January 1977 born my second son Anton our Editor .
a. Albert at Solok city west Sumatra 1978

b.Anton at Solok city 1978


6. Between 1975 until 1989 I have travelled around Indonesia myself or officially and I have found many uniquecollections that time.

7.In 1985 I have made a postal communications, I have send the aerogram to all Postal services in the capital city of all oin the world, 90 % send to me back the official cover,this could be done by the helping of Padang postmaster Ahmadsyah Soewil, his father collections I had bought in 1980.
The vintage photo of Soewil St.marajo ,during the chief of Painan West Sumatra Post office
look his photos

 

During Dai Nippon occupation he still at Painan and during Indonesia Independence war he was the Finance officer of Padang office and later in 1950-1959 the chief of TelukBayur Harbour west Sumatra post office, seme of the rare West sumatra during Dai Nippon occupation and Indonesia Inedependence war were his collectins,thankyou Family Soewil for that rare collections(complete infrmatins source Dai nippon occupatin sumatra under Malaya Singapore or Syonanto Dai Nippon military Administrations and Indonesia Independence war collections.

8. Before between 1979-1985 I have joint the postal circuit club and I have found many covers from all over the world especially Latin America.This circuit as the help of my friend Frans,now he was in Bogor.

9.In 1990 I was graduate my Master Hospital Administration.


10.Between 1990-1994
I was on the duty at West Borneo and visit Sarawak,and I have fund some rare Sarawak stamps, revenue there and in Pontianak I have found rare sarawak coins

11.Between 1995 until 2000
I am seeking the postally used cover from the countries I havenot found especailly the new freedom countries.
All the postal stamps and covers I will arranged in the very exciting and unique collections, I will starting with Asia Countries, and later Africa, Australia, America and Euro.
This special collections were built dedicated to my Sons,especially the histrical fact from my vintage books collections as the rememberance what their father collected and I hope they will keep this beautiful and histric collections until put in speciale site in the CyberMuseum.
I hope all the collectors all over the world will help me to complete the collections, frm Asia I donnot have the cover from Bhutan,Mongol, Tibet, and SAfghanistan.but the stamps I have complete from that countries except my thematic bridge on the river kwai from Myanmar and Thailand.
12. In the years of 2000, I was retired from my job
this is my official profile just before retired.


13, Between 2000-2008
I am travelling around Asia,and starting to arranged my travelling unque collections.
14. December,25th 2008 until now
I built the uniquecollection.wrdpress.com Blog , and built the special site UCM-uniquecollections CyberMuseum with many types collections :
1. The Unique books collections
2. The Unique Stamps collectins
3. The rare Coins collections
4. The rare ceramic collections
5. The Unique label collections
6. The Travelling Unque collections (now changed as the Adventures of Dr iwan S0
7. The Tionghoa Unique Collections
8. The Asia Unique Collections
9. The Africa Unique collections
10. The Padang minangKabau CyberMuseum

I WRITE THIS MEMORABLE STORY WITH RELATED UNIQUECOLLECTIONS ILLUSTRATIONS AS MY HONOR TO MY LOVING FAMILY , ALL MY FRIEND AND MY TEACHERS.BECAUSE WITHOUT YOU I AM NOTHING AT ALL,AND YOU ARE ALWAYS IN MY HEART FOREVER.IN AUGUST AFTER BUILD THE NEW BLOG iwansuwandy.wordpress.com some interseting information from old blog were tagg to the new blog and edit and add the new informations I have just found, this uAsia unique collections became new tittle from Asia cicra 1976 to Asia Uniquecollections 1950-1980. Many new unique colletions and Informations will added.

If The google Adds didnot answer my communications, I am sorry this e-book will became Premium Info due to the operational cost special for premium members, I have contact Google Addss but still problem with my URL adress,may be Google didnot want to sponsor the wordpress.com blog,please informations from another wordpress blokker about this.

JAKARTA,AUGUST 1st 210

 

Dr IWAN S

 

The Rarest and valuable Chinese red In Glazed Vase

I have read about the New world record for Ming vase
from China Daily newspaper Updated: 2006-05-31 05:52 HONG KONG: about A rare underglaze copper-red Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) vase sold for HK$78.52 million (US$10.13 million) in Hong Kong yesterday, setting a world auction record for Ming porcelain.Ming Vase Theow Tow, Deputy Chairman of Christie’s Asia and the Americas International Director of Chinese works of Arts, looks at an early Ming underglaze copper-red vase after it was sold for a world record of US$10,122,558 for any Ming porcelain during an auction in Hong Kong May 30, 2006. [Reuters]
“He’s bought the vase at the right price, making a world record,” said Edward Dolman, chief executive officer of Christie’s International, referring to buyer Steve Wynn, chairman of Macao-based Wynn Resorts.

 

The pear-shaped vase, decorated with a peony scroll, is the only copper-red vase of the early Ming Dynasty still in perfect condition to be offered at auction in more than 15 years, said Christie’s Hong Kong office.

The vase was originally inherited by a Scottish couple who used it as a lamp and did not realize its value until they saw a similar example in a museum.

Ceramics with underglaze copper-red decoration are very rare, owing to their complicated production process.

Dr Iwan note

I have found in Indonesia near same copper red vase but in broken condition one only top and the other which have restoration.,what about the value of this artifact ,please comment.This artifact important to compere with your own collections because many fake exist now.

I also found semipor celain red in glazed in boken near 80% per shape vase, so0meonje said to me that this is from anamaese,please comment

the end @ copyright Dr iwan suwandy 2011

S T U D I    K E P U S T A K A A N NILAI INVESTASI KOLEKSI UNIK

 

kartu pos ultah I kemerdekaan RI yang  langka

OLEH

Dr  I W A N   S

Publikasi Pribadi terbatas 100 expl. Khusus Untuk Kolektor

BAB I PENDAHULUAN

1.Kajian tentang  koleksi  yang memiliki nilai investasi (unik dan langka) sehingga ”layak koleksi” adalah sesuatu hal yang menarik pada saat ini, terutama sejak terjadinya krisis Global pasar saham pada akhirtahun 2008 dimana keyakinan para investor terhadap pasar modal(saham) mulai menurun dan mulai melirik ”Investasi dibarang Koleksi”*1)

2. Nilai investasi suatu koleksi ditentukan bukan hanya oleh kelangkaan atau umur yang tua  tetapi juga oleh kualitas dan keindahan untuk kesenangan pribadi dan pameran   *2)

3.Keindahan koleksi tergantung pada mata konsumen dan kondisi koleksi  seperti nilai investasinya  adalah suatu hal subjektif

4.Istilah Koleksi Unik berasal dari bahasa Inggeris Unique Collection sering diartikan secara keliru sehingga koleksi unik diidentikkan dengan koleksi dengan nilai investasi tinggi dan akhrnya jadi tumpukan lumpur

5.Koleksi unik ada juga yang menyebut”Rare”, ”Limited Edition” atau “Curio”,”Antique”*3)

6. Kolektor dan investor koleksi unik selalu menemui kesulitan dalam memilih koleksi yang layak dikumpul, sering kecewa saat menjual koleksinya karena dinilai sangat rendah tidakseperti yang diperkirakannya.Sehubungan dengan hal tersebut diatas perlu dilakukan kajian  berupa studi kepustakaan, sudi perbandingan perkembangan nilai koleksi deri katalogus dan hasil lelangan dalam suatu kurun waktu tertentu guna dapat menjawab  beberapa hal yang selalu menjadikan pertanyaanbagi para kolektor dan investor koleksi unik :

a.      Jenis koleksi yang layak dijadikan investasi

 

Prangko Hindia Belanda yang paling langka dan layak dikoleksi

b.      Bagaimana membuktikan hipotesis dibawah ini:

1)     Koleksi unik tidak selalu memiliki nilai investasi

 

Prangko Masa perang kemerdekaan RI di Sumatera  yang paling langka hanya  dua biji ditemukan,salah satunya ada dimuseum prangko Den Haag Negeri belanda kepunyaan kolektor terkenal Ricardo dan yang ini milik pribadi Dr iwan S, tetapi walaupun unik dan langka belum tentu nilai inventasinya tinggi, isteri saya berkomentar prangko jelek tak menarik siapa yang tertarik, tetapi bila dilihat Bulterman pakar filateli belanda langsung berteriak wow sambil pegang kepala,sangat menarik,hanya ada dua didunia,mau jual , jawab saya tidak karena sepantasnya prangko ini dipajang di mueum prangko Indonesia atau disandingkan dengan koleksi Ricardo di Museum den Haag, tetapi saat saya tawarkan kepada pakar filateli lainnya dari Negeri Belanda, saya katakan,prangko ini ingin saya sumbangkan ke musuem den Haag dengan syarat nama saya dicantumkan dan saya diundang ke negeri Belanda saat penyerahan piagam tanda terima sumbangan prangko langka ini, Ia jawab boleh saya akan beri tahu,tetapi sudah lima tahun tidak ada jawaban,bagaimana ,benarkan hipotesis saya langka tapi tak menarik dan tak selalu memiliki nilai investasi tinggi.

2)     Koleksi unik selalu memiliki informasi yang dibutuh orang-orang tertentu.

 

peta butut ini tidak menarik, tetapi memiliki informasi yang anda pasti ingin tahu, Subang anda tahu dan Kalijati mungkin tidak, tempat tersebut sangat bersejarah, kalijati adalah lapangan terbang yang dijatikan tempat perundingan penyerahan kekuasaan dari Militer Hiundia Belanda Kepada Panglima pasukan pendarata Dai Nippon di Jawa Let.jen. Hitoshi Immamoto, nah lu, baru koleksi ini bernilai histori karena ada informasi yang dibutukan rakyat Indonesia dan tentunya Belanda, dan selanjutnya anda pasti ingin tahu bagaimanakah profil Jendral Immamura ,untuk memenuhi penasaran anda lihat foto yang bersangkutan dibawah ini

 

Stelah melihat profil jen.Hitoshi Immamura,anda tambah penasaran , ia berunding dengan siapa,-silahkan baca Pendudukan Jepang di Jawa 1942 atau The Dai Nippon Military Administration Java atau Dai Nippon Gunseikanbu Jawa.(waah,memang penasaran membuat orang haus informasi-Dr iwan s)

Nilai investasi  koleksi dapat diketahui dari market  perdagangan barang antik yang akhir-akhir ini menjadi tidak diketahui  akibat resesi sehingga banyak “dealer”(pedagang-peyalur) dan “auctioner”(pelelang)  yakin  situasi jelek ini akan berakhir. Benda-benda koleksi berkembang jenisnya dan harga  bersaing selalu ditemukan  dan kadang-kadang suprising  suatu jenis benda dengan cepat berubah statusnya menjadi barang koleksi *4)

 

Medali Mao ini dulu siapa yang mau koleksi, tetapi saat ini diburu kolektor China, karena ekonomi negaranya meroket dan rakyatnya mulai makmur, maka komeradnya yang paling dicintai khususnya yang langka masa revolusi kebudayaan di beli dengan harga sangat tinggi, malah tiruannya yang banyak diproduksi tahun 1978 saat mao baru meninggal dunia saat ini masih dibeli di China untuk kenang-kenangan oleh turis karena yang asli harganya selangit. Pakar filatelis almarhum V.esbensen pernah menulis surat kepada saya, apa yang anda kumpulkan benda filateli masa pendudukan jepang dan perang kemerdekaan RI di sumatra,suatu wkatu akan menjadi investasi yang sangat tinggi nilainya apabila negara anda tambah makmur ekonominya,ternyata benar saat Jepang booming ekonominya tahun 1985, pendudukan jepang diborong semua orang jepang denga harga selangit, tapi saat ini para kolektor jepang sudah tua danbanyak meninggal seperti mr Aoki pasarannya jadi sepi lagi,untung saya sudah jual saat lagi booming, sampai sat ini koleksi saya dari China masih utuh danmuali booming,mungkin saya harus egera melepasnya, bagaimana, menakjubkan bukan.

Minat investasi perangko yang sempat memudar mulai berbinar *5) setelah berbagai pasar modal mengalami krisis.

Para pedagang koleksi uang (numismatik) akan kecipratan duit apabila uang lama bergambar seseorang tokoh meninggal dunia. *6)

Tentang hal ini , ada pengalaman saya ,suatu waktu saya menemui setumpuk duit lama gambar bung Karno pecahan Rp.25 alias uang prit jigo yang sangat banyak beredar,dalam kondisi yang masih mulus sulit didapat, anda tahu bagaimana harganya meroket mulai sepuluh ribu rupiah, kemudian naik dua puluh lima ribu rupiah tahu 1990 dan akhirnya tahun 2000 meroket jadi seratus ribu rupiah,tapi karena resesi ekonomi jatuh lagi tinggal 75 ribu rupiah,untuk saat paling tinngi sudha saya lepas seluruhnya kecuali yang nomor serinya urus dan cantik masih sya koleksi karena prospeknya bagus terutama nomor seri satu atau dua huruf,belum tahu belajar dong, baca buku, penasaran pean buku ini sebelum habis disikat orang lain,informasi adalah guru kita untuk menjadi kolektor yang sukses(Dr iwan S)

Penulis artikel berjudul “Sang Kolektor” kagum  kepada kolektor  yang kecintaannya  terhadap koleksi menjelma  menjadi  pengetahuan bagi orang banyak, tetapi ia  prihatin terhadap kerakusan dan kesrakahan mereka *7)

Koleksi yang memiliki nilai investasi tinggi tidak selalu likuid susah dijual dengan nilai pasar, pedagang punya prinsip Beli semurah-murahnya dan jual setinggi-tingginya. Kendatipun demikian ada juga koleksi yang liquid antara lain Jam tangan Antik *8)

Kekayaan warisan budaya suatu etnis merupakan refleksi suatu kultur, salah satunya adalah peralatan dan meubeler etnis tionghoa “cuiho” yang dimanfaatkan saat menikah *9)(termasuk alat musik,meja sembahyang dan pakaian serta Ranjang Pengantin berikut pernak-perniknya-pen)

Setiap orang memiliki idola dan heronya masin-masing sehingga berminat menyimpan barang cetak,foto dan kartu dengan gambar sang idola yang dikenal sebagai “trade card”*10)

Sang Idola tempo dulu da masa kini dibidang oleh raga menjadi incaran para kolektor seperti spot card sepak bola*11) dan Basket Ball NBA*12)

Istilah Unusual Coins( koin yang tidak biasa)  “ sometimes confusing” (beberapa waktu  membingungkan) dengan  istilah kreasi   “ the cormercial marketplace”(Tempat terbuka dikota yang gunakan  sebagai lokasi pasa), sering  merupakan “deceptive realm of numinmatic  emission  “ ( penerbitan matauang  tipuan ). Kendatipun demikian Unusual Coins ada juga yang diterbitkan sebagai mata uang lokal atau token *12)

 

Koin perk ini tahun1975-1980 dijual toko mas dengan menibang berat peraknya sekitar 45 gr,dijual per gram rp 500 sama dengan satu US $ ,jadi harganya sekitar 45 US$, anda tahu berapa harganya sekarang, karena sangat langkadan edisinya sangat terbatas koin perak belanda raja willem I ini nilainya sama dengan sebuah mobil toyota avanza,kalu tak percaya coba cari bila dapat pasti ada yang mau tukar dengan mobilnya,tapi jangan yang butut.

Membahas Koleksi Unik tidak akan habis-habisnya sehingga dalam karya tulis ini dibatasi mengenai Koleksi Unik Pribadi saja tidak meliputi Koleksi Unik Warisan Bangsa atau National (National Heritage Collection*13)

Kolektor dan investor koleksi unik didunia sangat banyak  seperti Koleksi perangko  Raja Inggeris orang tuanya Ratu Elisabeth II Inggeris, Bekas Raja Mesir yang koleksi luar biasa saat ia turun tahta dilelang dengan harga yang cukup tinggi saat itu sehingga dijulukilah kolesi perangko sebagai “The King of collection and the collection of the King” seiiring dengan berkembangnya komunikasi pos pada akhir abad ke XX pihak pos menerbitkan perangko dalam julah yang sangat tinggi sampai 20-100 juta eksp. Serta gerakan propaganda negara komunis liwat perangko yang membagi-bagikan perangko yang telah distempel pos investasi dikoleksi perangko menurun sehingga saat inin hanya yang perangko unik yang langka saja yang masih jadi incaran kolekstor dan investor spesialistis *14)

Kolektor dan Investor lokal di Indonsia cukup banyak akhir tahun 2008 timbul kasus Arca Kuno di Solo dan melibatkna kolektor yang tidak mengaku sebagai investor , dibebaskan oleh pengadilan Negeri  ,dan saat ini jaks a naik banding ( jangan koleksi koleksi unik warisan budaya nasional yang dilindungi secar hukum,-pen).

Beberapa kolektor yang dikenal penulis dibahas dalam karya tulis tersendiri antara lain kolektor Postal History Pendudukan Jepang dan revolusi kemerdekaan NRI 1942-49 Mr Ricardo mantan direktur BUMN Jacobson van den Berg –Batavia  yang saat ini milik  Museum Fiateli den Haag Negeri Belanda, Koleksi Keramik Mantan pimpin IOC Mr Average Brundage  , Koleksi Samurai Jepang Mr Baud –Srilangka, Kolektor Bungkus Rokok Butet Kertajaya,Koleksi Lukisan Afandi Bp Sumarican dan lainnya.Keberhasilan beberapa Kolektor Koleksi Perangko Unik yang mampu membeli rumah,Kolektor meubel antik membangun toko antik di Jakarta, Kolektor lukisan yang memvisualisai Indonesia dari negeri Belanda dan lainnya*14)

Hasil kjian mengenai Jenis, Nilai Investasi koleksi unik serta pembahasannya serta illustrasi koleksi unik pribadi kolektor Jakarta secara sederhana pada bab berikutnya, untukkolektor senior dan spesialistik dapat menhubunggi penulis guna dapat berdiskusi dan memperoleh karyatulis khusus pribadi dengan perjanjian.

Setelah membaca buku sederhana ini , pembaca yang memahami bahasa Indonesia diharapkan memberikan koreksi dan masukan informasi temuam koleksi unik baru sehinga selanjutnya dapat diterbitkan buku yang lebih lengkap dalamdua bahasa Indonesia dan Inggeris pada tahun 2010  .

 

Englis version

Machinal translate

 

THE  INVESTMENT VALUE OF  UNIQUECOLLECTION’S

 

The Literature Study


 
  The rare  Postcard Of First Anniversary Of independence of Indonesia

BY
Dr I W A N S


Publications Private Limited 100 expl. Special For Collectors

CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION
1.Kajian about the collection that has investment value (unique and rare) that “a decent collection” is something that is interesting at the moment, especially since the global crisis on the stock market akhirtahun 2008 where the investor confidence in the capital market (stocks) declined and started looking at the “Investment dibarang Collection” * 1)
2. The investment value of a collection is determined not only by the scarcity or old age but also by the quality and beauty for personal enjoyment and exhibitions * 2)
3.Keindahan collection depends on the eye of the consumer and the condition of the collection as the value of the investment is a matter of opinion
4.Istilah Unique Collections from Unique Collection English often mistakenly interpreted so identified with a unique collection collection with high investment value and akhrnya so heaps of mud
There is also a unique 5.Koleksi called “Rare”, “Limited Edition” or “Curio”, “Antique” * 3)
6. Collectors and investors unique collections always have difficulty in choosing the appropriate collection gathered, often disappointed when selling his collection because it is considered so low that diperkirakannya.Sehubungan tidakseperti to the above necessary to study the form of literary study, comparison of the development of value deign deri collection of auction catalogs and results within a certain period of time in order to answer some of the things that always makes pertanyaanbagi collectors and investors a unique collection:
a. Type collection worthy investment
 


Netherlands Indies stamps most rare and worthy collection
b. How to prove the following hypothesis:
1) Unique collection does not always have the value of investments
 
Stamps during the war of independence of Indonesia in Sumatra’s most endangered only two seeds are found, one of which was dimuseum Hague stamp collector belongs to the Dutch State and is renowned Ricardo Dr iwan S privately owned, but the unique and rare though not necessarily high value inventasinya, my wife commented stamps ugly unattractive who is interested, but when viewed Bulterman philatelic expert wow dutch shouted while holding the head, very interesting, there are only two in the world, they want to sell, I am not responsible for proper postage stamps on display at mueum Indonesia or paired with a collection of Ricardo at the Hague Museum, but when I offer to other philatelic experts from the Netherlands, I say, these stamps I want to donate to the musuem den Haag on the condition my name mentioned and I was invited to the Netherlands as the delivery instrument donation receipt of this rare stamp , He said I should not be let out, but it’s been five years no answers, how to, justify my hypothesis is rare but not attractive and do not always have a high investment value.
2) always has a unique collection of information needed certain people.
 
battered map is not attractive, but it has the information that you would want to know, you know and Kalijati Subang maybe not, is a very historic place, Kalijati is dijatikan airfield where the transfer of power from military talks Hiundia Netherlands To the Commander of troops pendarata Dai Nippon in Java Let.jen. Hitoshi Immamoto, well lu, this new collection of historically valuable because there is information that dibutukan people of Indonesia and of course the Netherlands, and then you’ll want to know how Immamura General profile, to fulfill your curiosity is concerned see photo below
 
Stelah see Immamura jen.Hitoshi profile, you add curiosity, he conferred with whom,-please read the Japanese Occupation in 1942 or The Java Dai Nippon Military Administration Gunseikanbu Dai Nippon Java or Java. (Whoa, it makes people curious thirst for information-Dr iwan s)
The investment value of the collection can be seen from the antiques trade market lately become known due to the recession so many “dealers” (trader-peyalur) and “auctioner” (auctioneer) believe this ugly situation will end. Collection of objects evolving and price competitive types are always found and sometimes suprising some types of objects quickly turned into a collectible status * 4)
 
Mao’s first medal who wants a collection, but China is now hunted by collectors, due to the country’s economy soared and people began to prosper, the most loved komeradnya especially scarce during the cultural revolution in the purchase price is very high, even many replica produced in 1978 had died when mao is still bought in China for a memento by tourists because the original price was exorbitant.

 

 In Memoriam Expert philatelists V.Esbensen had wrote to me, what do you collect philatelic items during the Japanese occupation and war of independence of Indonesia in Sumatra, one time  will be a very valuable investment if you added prosperous state economy,

 

it is true as Japan’s booming economy In 1985, the Japanese occupation of premises hired all the Japanese people exorbitant prices, but now the older Japanese collectors danbanyak died as Mr Aoki market value so lonely anymore,

 

I’ve been selling at a profit again booming, till this sat my collection from China remain intact danmuali booming , maybe I should take it off imminent, how amazing is not it.

Investment interest had faded stamps began to shine * 5) after various capital market crisis.

 


The merchant cash collection (numismatic) will be showered money if someone figures illustrated old money dies. * 6)


On this, there is my experience, any time I see a pile of old money image bung Karno Rp.25 denominations aka money prit jigo very widely circulated, in circumstances that are difficult to obtain smooth, you know how the price skyrocketed from ten thousand dollars, then up twenty-five thousand dollars out 1990 and finally in 2000 rocketed be one hundred thousand dollars, but because of the economic recession fell again lived 75 thousand dollars,

 

 for the moment at least tinngi sudha I loose all but the serial numbers are still sya mismanagement and beautiful collection because prospects are good especially the serial number of one or two letters, do not know yet learned dong, read a book, curious pean brushed finished the book before anyone else, information is our teacher to be a successful collector (Dr iwan S)

Authors of articles titled “The Collector” admiration for the collectors who love the collection transformed into knowledge for the people, but he is concerned about the greed and their kesrakahan * 7)

Collections that have high investment value is not always hard sell illiquid market value, traders have principles Buy cheap-cheap and sell as high. Nevertheless there is also a collection of liquid including Antique Watches * 8)

An ethnically rich cultural heritage is a reflection of a culture, one of which is the equipment and the Chinese ethnic meubeler “cuiho” is used at marriage * 9) (including musical instruments, table clothes and bed praying and Bride follows the trimmings-pen)

Every person has the idol and brackish heronya one so interested in saving print items, photographs and cards with a picture of the idol known as “trade card” * 10)

The past Idol da field of the sport today the target of the collector as a football card spot * 11) and Basket Ball NBA * 12)

Terms Unusual Coins (Unusual coins) ‘sometimes confusing “(some times confusing) with the creation of the term” the cormercial marketplace “(an open place in the city who use the site pasa), often a” deceptive realm of numinmatic emission “(publishing matauang hoax ). Unusual Coins Nevertheless there is also published as a local currency or tokens * 12)
 
This perk Coins 1975-1980 sale store with menibang carp weighing about 45 grams silver, sold for Rp 500 per gram equals one U.S. $, so the price is about 45 U.S. $, you know how much it costs now, because it’s very langkadan very limited edition silver coin netherlands king Willem I was worth the same as a car toyota avanza, kalu disbelief can certainly try to find if one wants to exchange with the car, but do not be battered.

Discussing the Unique Collection not be exhausted so that the paper is limited to the Unique Personal Collection not include Unique Collection Nations Heritage or National (National Heritage Collection * 13)

Collectors and investors a unique collection of the world very much like the King of Great Britain Stamp Collection parent British Queen Elisabeth II, former King of Egypt’s extraordinary collection when he abdicated auctioned at a price high enough so dijulukilah kolesi time stamps as “The King of collection and the collection of the King “seiiring with the development of postal communication in the late twentieth century the postal stamps issued in the amount of the very high up to 20-100 million eksp.

 

As well as the communist propaganda movement through the following dispenses stamps that have been stamped postal stamps collectible stamps declining investment so that when this link is only a rare unique stamps are still so sought kolekstor and investors spesialistis * 14)

Collectors and local investors in Indonsia pretty much the end of 2008 raised the case of the ancient statues melibatkna Solo and collector are not claiming to be investors, acquitted Affairs, and is currently a Jaks appeal (not a collection of unique collection of protected national heritage laws secar ,-pen).

Some collectors are known writer discussed in a separate paper include collector Postal History of Japanese occupation and revolution 1942-49 NRI Mr. Ricardo former state director Jacobson van den Berg-Batavia which is now owned by Museum Fiateli den Haag Holland,

 

former lead Ceramic Collection IOC Mr Average Brundage, Japanese Samurai Collection Mr Baud-Sri Lanka, Collector Wrap Cigarette Butet Kertajaya, Mr. Affandi Painting Collection Sumarican and lainnya.Keberhasilan some Unique Stamps Collection Collectors who can afford to buy houses, collectors antique furniture antique shop building in Jakarta, Collector paintings memvisualisai Indonesia from the Netherlands and other countries * 14)

Results kjian the type, a unique collection of Investment and discussion and illustration of the unique collection of personal collectors Jakarta is simply the next chapter, untukkolektor menhubunggi senior and specialist authors to be able to discuss and obtain private special karyatulis agreement.

Having read this simple book, readers are expected to understand the Indonesian corrections and input temuam unique collection of new information can then be published so that a more complete book dalamdua Indonesian and English in 20102

The writer

 

Dr Iwan suwandy,MHA

 

 

 

THE INDONESIAN PHILLATELIC GEMS COLLECTIONS

CREATED BY

Dr Iwan suwandy,MHA

Copyright @ 2012

Number One

Dai Nippon Occupatiions Rising star or solar  Lombok Surcharge

for more info look the collections of east marien  naval Dai nippon occupations overprint included the Lombok solar choped on Kon 10cent courtecy dai Nippon Clun Netherland below

Dr Iwan had ever seen  a postally used cover with this rarest stamps  Dai nippon Solar Lombok stamps belongin to in memoriamMr Zakir ex the chief PTT Soematra Boekittinggi PTT and

other dai Nippon naval area postal used card also very rare

 

 

Number  two

 

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The Postally used dai Nippon Occupation Flores Nippon Kite surcharge postal stationer card

look the sample pf cover at the front cover of JR Niewkerk Dai Nippon Postalhistory Book below

Number Three

 

The Block eight mint Surakarta military stamps 1949 and the postally used on Covers

Number Four

 

The Block 20 mint DEI first stamps willem III unperforated.also

 

postally used cover

Number Five

 

The Full sheet 50 stamps  used the

second DEI stamps Willem III perforated

Number Six

The Koninnerburg 35 cent postally used cover

Number Seventh

 

 
 
 

postally used West sumatra one years and two years  Indonesian Independennt proclamations 19456 and 1947

Number Eight

 

the earliest nri sumatra typewriter overprint republik indonesia on Dai nippon stmaps in Middle sumatra bagan si-api api

the earliest nri sumatra typewriter overprint republik indonesia on Dai nippon stmaps in Middle sumatra bagan si-api api

The Middle Sumatra type machine overprint Republik Indonesia  on definitive dai nippon  sumatra stamps overprint hand

Number nine

 

The Overprint NRI west sumatra on dai Nippon stamps used as emergency revenue in 1946 complete on Document

Number Ten

 

The postally used  cover   pre stamped landmail on cover

Number eleventh

Number tweleve

The Postaly used dai nippon occupation overprint Bencoolen David star on DEI Stamps,and other are like Djambi NIPPON MA, SOUTH SUMATRA POSTMASTER RING CHOPED ON dei STAMPS LIKE

TJOEROEP(NOW CURUP NEAR BENGKULU)

 

Number Thirteen

The ppostally used on cover  Dai Nippon  occupations south Sumatra ring and hand signed Overprint  on DEI Kon 10cent from IPL Palembang, the chief of postal office Martapura Boestami,etc

Number fourtheen

The Postally Used on cover NRI Sumatra overprint from regional  west sumatra.south Sumatra  and Lampong

Number Fifteen

the unissued Salak stamps’

Number sicteenth

Indonesia Prestamped Cover,like

the private Watson and Co Batavia postal servive in 1846

also

The Dai Nippon Occupation overprint Sumatra Area on cover like

 

Lampong

 

the end @ copyright 2012

 

 

Dr Iwan Cybermuseum

 

Home Office

The Introduction From The Founder of Driwancybermuseum Web Blog

 

 

 

 

MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA DR IWAN S.

 

Dr IWAN ‘S CYBERMUSEUM

THE FIRST INDONESIAN CYBERMUSEUM

MUSEUM DUNIA MAYA PERTAMA DI INDONESIA

DALAM PROSES UNTUK MENDAPATKAN SERTIFIKAT MURI

PENDIRI DAN PENEMU IDE

THE FOUNDER

Dr IWAN SUWANDY, MHA

 

WELCOME TO THE MAIN HALL OF FREEDOM

SELAMAT DATANG DI GEDUNG UTAMA “MERDEKA

The Driwan’s  Cybermuseum

 

(Museum Duniamaya Dr Iwan)

 

Driwancybermuseum Blog A.Driwancybermuseum homeoffice openhouse

Cybermuseum open house”

 

Qillin decoration

 

Postal History and Document History collections in antique cupboard

 

Library

 

Meeting room

 

working room

 

Dragon boat mini musuem

 

Ceramic Collection

 

Ceramic Collections 2

 

VOC ship tile

 

VOC Tile&Token

 

Ngoc San Tample Hoan Kiem Lake Hanoi tile

 

Ancient Wayang Petruk Manuscript

 

Ancient wayang Semar

Hallo Collector


THe founder and All of UCN uniquecollections cybernews staff send the greatings and Happy Chinese New Year “Gong Hi Fat Choi” .
During this happy seasons, UCM uniquecollection cybermuseum and UCN home office open house , all of our best friend collectors were invited to joint the celebration ceremony of the opening of the home office and small museum .

All the collectors from allover the world Please look at the illustration of the new restored UCM-UCN home office and small musuem:

1. The front of the homeoffice with Qillin staircase or tangga Killin as the protection of uniquecollection cybermuseum homeoffice, constist two Qillin stone statue,two Qillin wooden carving, three artifact Qillin late Ming ceramic , design by Dr Iwan S. built by Mr burhanuddin , the idea from Ming emperor palace forbidden city Beijing @copyright Dr Iwan S.2010 (ill. caption “Qillin decoration”)

2. The vintage Writing desk and cupboard (ill Vintage writingcase), in the cupboard the collector will see the albums of vintage document histories.

3. TheLibrary of uniquecollections literatures (ill.library)

4. The Meeting room

5. The Working room

6. The Small Museum consist :
(1) The Ancient ceramic Collections in two vintage showcase( ill ceramic collection 1 and 2)
(2) The dragon boat style Museum with the uniquecollections show : ceramic,stamps and revenue,martavan,woodencarving,statue,metal collections, cins,ancien smoking Pipes, vintage Labels, vintage paintings (ill Small museum)
(3) special close up illustration of VOC ship multicolour tiles-(ill VOC Gauda tiles), VOC Fort tiles(ill.VOC Delft tiles), Wayang Berber Paintings (ill Wayang berber 1945).
(4) The founder show the very rare handpainted pictures with calligraphy ancient wayang book (ill. Ancietn Wayang Petruk and ill. ancient wayang Semar)

After look of the UCM-UCN home office with small musuem illustrations we hope all the collectors will more closed with the best uniquecollection blog of the world and always click this blog to found anykind of uniquecollections information, if you didn’t found the informations please asked as collector choice via comment lika Fake Coins, the value of Rare stamps, the Indochine coins,stamps and papermoney informations etc.If our visitor near 1 million , uniquecollections blog will develop the uniquecollectins club all over the world, please the collectors of all over the world asking the copyright permission with special regulations via comment and editor will contact you to issued the written permission and regulations. every members will send the UCN and the UCM showed with regular one year or life member operational postal & scanning cost to send that information stright install via the members sms adress.the complete best color illustrations. This only the recent proposal, please comment and suggestions.

UCM-uniquecollections Cybermuseum have announced that this night will show ” The Qing Imperial Collections’consist The Qing imperial Paintings, ceramics , meubeluers, and other kind unique Qing imperial collections , this show sponsored by anonim Chinese Beijing collectors.

B.Introduction
a.I starting stamps collection during 1955 very young boy. look my vintage photo with mother Diana lanny and father Djohan Oetama at Bukittingi West Sumatra 1955, my father passed away in 1985 and my mother just passed away in june 2011 at  91 years old.

b.Between 1960-1963, during study at Don Bosco high school I had started collected beside stamps all type of informations collections due to my Teacher Frater Servaas told me that I must collected the Informations due to the develping the satellite which made the globalizations which the growing of world cmmunications will became fast and no border between the nations countries, who have the Information he will became the leader and the King in communications, thank you Frater Servaas your info which made me could built the very best informations communications uniquecollection blog in the world.
Look at in memoriam Frater Servaas with my teacher at Frater middle school in memrian Frater Eric at my House during my Sister Erlita 17th years birthday in 1963.


also look my profile with my loving teacher who still alive and stay at Padang city west sumatra Pak Sofjanto at my house in the same time of the photo above


c.Between 1973-1983 many interesting history which related with the stamp and postal history and also with my life :
1. In 1972 I have graduated Medical Doctor(MD)

2.as the temporary assitenst at Pulmonology (Lung Disease) department in Medical faculty

 

3.In 1973 join the medical officer of Indonesia National Police


4.in September 1973 I was merried with Lily W.

 


5. in 1974 my first son Albert our photographer was born in November 1974, and later in January 1977 born my second son Anton our Editor .
a. Albert at Solok city west Sumatra 1978

b.Anton at Solok city 1978


6. Between 1975 until 1989 I have travelled around Indonesia myself or officially and I have found many uniquecollections that time.

7.In 1985 I have made a postal communications, I have send the aerogram to all Postal services in the capital city of all oin the world, 90 % send to me back the official cover,this could be done by the helping of Padang postmaster Ahmadsyah Soewil, his father collections I had bought in 1980.
The vintage photo of Soewil St.marajo ,during the chief of Painan West Sumatra Post office
look his photos

 

During Dai Nippon occupation he still at Painan and during Indonesia Independence war he was the Finance officer of Padang office and later in 1950-1959 the chief of TelukBayur Harbour west Sumatra post office, seme of the rare West sumatra during Dai Nippon occupation and Indonesia Inedependence war were his collectins,thankyou Family Soewil for that rare collections(complete infrmatins source Dai nippon occupatin sumatra under Malaya Singapore or Syonato Dai Nippon military Administrations and Indonesia Independence war collections.

8. Before between 1979-1985 I have joint the postal circuit club and I have found many covers from all over the world especially Latin America.This circuit as the help of my friend Frans,now he was in Bogor.

9.In 1990 I was graduate my Master Hospital Administration.


10.Between 1990-1994
I was n the duty at West Borneo and visit Sarwak,and i have fund some rare Sarawak stamps, revenue there and in Pontianak I have found rare sarawak coins

11.Between 1995 until 2000
I am seeking the postally used cover from the countries I havenot found especailly the new freedom countries.
All the postal stamps and covers I will arranged in the very exciting and unique collections, I will starting with Asia Countries, and later Africa, Australia, America and Euro.
This special collections were built dedicated to my Sons,especially the histrical fact from my vintage books collections as the rememberance what their father collected and I hope they will keep this beautiful and histric collections until put in speciale site in the CyberMuseum.
I hope all the collectors all over the world will help me to complete the collections, frm Asia I donnot have the cover from Bhutan,Mongol, Tibet, and SAfghanistan.but the stamps I have complete from that countries except my thematic bridge on the river kwai from Myanmar and Thailand.
12. In the years of 2000, I was retired from my job
this is my official profile just before retired.


13, Between 2000-2008
I am travelling around Asia,and starting to arranged my travelling unque collections.
14. December,25th 2008
I built the uniquecollection.wordpress.com Blog with articles :
(1). The Unique books collections
(2). The Unique Stamps collectins
(3). The rare Coins collections
(4). The rare ceramic collections
(5.) The Unique label collectins
(6.) The Travelling Unque collections (now changed as the Adventures of Dr iwan S.
(7). The Tionghoa Unique Collections
(8.) The Asia Unique Collections
(9.) The Africa Unique collections
(10). The Padang minangkabau CyberMuseum

15. In 2010

I built another web :

(1) hhtp://www.iwansuwandy.wordpress.com

(2)hhtp://www.Driwancybermuseum.wordpress.com

In this web the collectors will look the amizing collections:

(1) The Vietnam War 1965-1975, and another Vietnam Historic collections like Vienam during Indochina, Vienam Diem War 1955-1963,etc

(2) The Dai Nippon War 1942-1945, five part in homeland,pasific war,in Korea,in China, in south East Asia including Indonesia.

(3) The Indonesia Independence War  1945,1946,1947,1948,1949 and 1950.

(4) The Uniquecollections from all over the world.

(5) The Icon Cybermuseum, including Bung Karno,Bung Hatta,Sultan Hemangkubuwono, and also from foreign countries Iran,Iraq Sadam huseun ,Palestina jerusalam,turkey,afghanistan, libya Moamer Khadafi, Suriah , etc

(6) The Rare Ceramic Collections found In Indonesia, like China Imperial Tang,Yuan,Ming and Qing; also euro ceramic from delf,dutch maastrict ,etc

(7) and many other collections

AT LEAST AFTER THE ALL OF MY COLLECTIONS ENTER THE CYBERMUSEUM AND OTHER WEB BLOG, I WILL ASKING TO GET  THE MURI CERTIFICATE.(INDONESIAN RECORD MUSEUM)

8. I also built a amizing collections due to my premium member prefered, like The Indonesia Revenue Collections from 19th to 20th century, the mysteri of the Indonesian vienna Printing Stamps, the China  Gold Coins, The Rare Chian imperial ceramic design foun in Indonesia, The Tionghoa (Indonesia Chinese Overseas collection), Penguasa Wanta di dunia(Women in Leaders) etc.

5. At Least thankyou verymuch to all the collectors who have visit my blog and support me, my last prestation in June 2011 (26 years from the first starting to built the e-antique or uniquecollections info in internet) :

(1) hhtp://www.Driwancybermuseum : visit 60.000, the highest per day 3200.

(2)hhtp://www.iwansuwandy.wordpress.com:visit 21.000,the highest per day 200.

(3)hhtp://www.uniquecollection.wordpress.com, visit 40.000,the highest per day 210.

Jakarta June 2011

Greatings from teh founder

Dr Iwan Suwandy

the end @copyright XDr Iwan suwandy 2011

I WRITE THIS MEMORABLE STORY WITH RELATED UNIQUECOLLECTIONS ILLUSTRATIONS AS MY HONOR TO MY LOVING FAMILY , ALL MY FRIEND AND MY TEACHERS.BECAUSE WITHOUT YOU I AM NOTHING AT ALL,AND YOU ARE ALWAYS IN MY HEART FOREVER.

THE SAMPLE OF EXHIBTION IN

Driwancybermuseum

SELAMAT DATANG DI RUANG PAMERAN KHUSUS

SHOWCASE :

RUANG PAMERAN :

PAMERAN KOLEKSI KERAMIK LANGKA DINASTI MING AKHIR YANG DITEMUI DI INDONESIA

 

Showcase :

The Rare Late Ming Ceramic Which Foun At Indonesia Exhibition

(Dr Iwan Private Collections)

Frame one:Southern Ming Dynasty

 

 

 

 

History of China

 
 
 
 
 
 

*

wan li imperial mark and dragon five clow cup below.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 
 
           
         
 
 
 
 
           
           
               
               
 
 
 
 
 
           
 
 

 

The Southern Ming Dynasty (Chinese: 南明; pinyin: Nán Míng)

refers to the Ming loyalist regimes that existed in Southern China from 1644 to 1662 following the collapse of the Ming Dynasty and the capture of Beijing first by rebel armies led by Li Zicheng, and then by the forces of the Manchu-led Qing dynasty.

On April 24, 1644,

 Li Zicheng’s rebel soldiers, of the recently proclaimed Great Shun dynasty,

breached the walls of Beijing. The Chongzhen Emperor committed suicide the next day to avoid humiliation at their hands.

Remnants of the Ming imperial family and some court ministers then sought refuge in the southern part of China and regrouped around Nanjing, the Ming auxiliary capital, south of the Yangzi River. Four different power groups had eventuated:

  • Shun Dynasty led by Li Zicheng, with its power base north of the Huai river, which had been under controlled of the Ming Dynasty.
  • Zhang Xianzhong had established the Great West (Ch:大西) regime controlling Sichuanprovince.
  • Manchu-founded Qing Dynastyhad control of the north-east area beyond Shanhai Pass, at the same times much of the Mongol tribes.
  • The remnants of Ming Dynasty could only survive south of the Huai river.

 

  •  

 

 

Showroom :

The Driwan’s  Cybermuseum

 

(Museum Duniamaya Dr Iwan)

Showcase:

The Original Dr Iwancybermuseum logo Collections .

Frame one:

INTRODUCTION (PENDAHULUAN)

1.In February.27th 2011 morning 7.30 am west Indonesia Time, during I walking out of Yacobus Church Kelapa Gading North Jakarta Indonesia to my car parking lot beyond the tree, God have send me one very amizing beautiful iron red fruit from the  tree which I donnot know it ‘s name, and  I bring to my cybermuseum home office ,put on my antique pure white stempcup ceramic , made to art photos by my digital camera Olympus, one still original and one was making corrections of the background by digital painting restorarion

2. then I have deciding that this art photography became the logo of my blog “Driwan Cybermuseum.

 

3.The red and white colour were the same of Indonesian flag colour,the flag of my homeland countries and their on red and pure white were my favorite colour of my ceramic collections, the background sandtone colour was my favorite colour of my cybermuseum homeoffice.

The  Iron red fruit was send to me by the holygod which give my the mercy and lucky in the future.

3.I hove all the collectors from all over the world to honor my logo copyright,please donnot copy.

Jakarta, February.27th 2011

The founder of Cybermuseum Blog

Dr Iwan Suwandy

 

Frame Two :

The Original Picture Of Driwancybermuseum Logo

1.The Original Photo at Driwancybermuseum

private home office

 

2.The Original Art photography of Driwancybermuseum’s logo(after digital restoration)

 

the end @ copyright Dr Iwan suwandy

 

 

 

 

 

The Highest value Of Uniquecollections

RAREREST COLLECTION ONE

 

 

Rarest Gems

The world’s rarest gem is believed to be painite, a gem that most have never heard of. The painite is orangish or reddish brown and was first discovered in Burma in the ’50s.

 Within the last couple of years, the source of the two original painite crystals was discovered and now a few hundred faceted stones exist.

A more well-known (but still very rare) gem is the red diamond

 

 Meteorites are rare and wondrous things, fragments of worlds other than our own.

The weight of gold that has been mined on Earth far exceeds the total weight of all meteorites in the world’s collections. Among the rarest of meteorites are pallasites, in which translucent yellow or green crystals of the gem mineral olivine occur embedded in crystalline nickel-iron metal.

Photo by Iris Langheinrich, pallasite slice on display in the Window on Our World, click image to enlarge.

In their raw state, pallasite meteorites are far from attractive. Their exteriors are blackened by the intense heat of entry through Earth’s atmosphere, or rusted by centuries embedded in soil. But cut into thin slices they can be stunningly beautiful.

Their structure is unlike anything found on Earth, but perhaps resembles what lies deep beneath our feet. The Earth has an iron core surrounded by a thick layer, the mantle, composed of olivine. Pallasite meteorites are from the core-mantle boundary of a small rocky planet that formed very early in the solar system but was later destroyed by planetary collision. These windows into another world give us a tantalizing glimpse of the deep interior of our own planet.

This particular pallasite slice, 46cm wide by 35cm high and weighing 3.45kg, is from a large meteorite found 150km northwest of the town of Seymchan, in the Magadan district of north-eastern Siberia. It was acquired by the Ulster Museum in 2009 and is on display on the upper level of Window on our World. More meteorites are on display in the Origins gallery of the Nature Zone

 

Rarest Signature

He may have done a lot of writing, but with only 6 of them in existence William Shakespeare’ s signature is one of the rarest of all and is valued somewhere around $3 million dollars.

Georgie Boy’ &  ‘Motherdear’

 

 

 

 

Collecting seems to bring out that primitive instinct for the hunt in some of its devotees, who stalk their prey with skill.  –

 Alicia Craig Faxon

 

Rarest Stamps

According to Wikipedia, the most expensive item by weight and volume is the Treskilling Yellow stamp from Sweden. It has a current estimated worth of $2.3 million. Here’s what makes it so valuable: In 1858, when the currency was known as the skilling, the 3-skilling stamp (“treskilling”) was printed in blue. And an 8-skilling stamp was printed in yellow. But due to a printing error, a few 3-skilling stamps were printed in yellow.

 

That instinct for the hunt has given a friend of mine the ability to assemble a “world class” collection of very rare stamps. 

The stamps are, in fact, so rare that I will make an exception to my usual rule that all posts must relate to cars. 

 

 

 

 My friend, Mahendra Sagar has spent a lifetime hunting and acquiring the rarest stamps in the Philatelic world,

called “Inverted Centers.”

 

These inverted centers, are stamps with the design element upside down with respect to the rest of the stamp. 

Most famous of these types is the inverted Jenny,  a stamp with the printing of the plane upside down. 

These errors are so rare, and so priceless, that they are pursued by only the most determined, skilled, and knowledgeable collectors.

 

Mahendra Sagar is such a man. 

He started collecting stamps when he inherited his older brothers collection at an early age. 

Now he specializes in these rarest of rare inverted centers. 

 His collection includes many choice stamps from other major collections, as well as some previously unknown stamps, all of which were acquired through years of auction bidding throughout the world.

 

The Mahendra Sagar Collection,

 as it is called, is one of the greatest offerings of inverted center stamps. 

Portions of the proceeds from the sale of the collection will go to various charitable institutions,

like Vipassana Research Institute, and Buddhist Global Relief.

 

 

Even if you are not a stamp collector, the catalogue is a brief history lesson into the world of inverted centers, and worthy of a look.  The auction house has created a special website linked here, which describes the collection in detail, and offers a printed brochure for prospective bidders.

 

 

 

It is one thing when a friend tells you that he is a stamp collector, but it is entirely different when you learn that his collection is “world class.” 

 In the car world, it would be like finding out your best friend doesn’t just own a classic car, but has a collection that rivals Ralph Lauren or Jay Leno. 

You have to be impressed.

the world’s rarest classic cars

 

A 1914 Dodge Type 30

 was the initial inspiration for the Louwman Collection of classic cars and automotive art housed in the newly-constructed National Automobile Museum of the Netherlands in the Hague.

Located near the Queen’s Palace, the collection dates back to 1934 when a Dutch car importer happened upon the 20-year-old Dodge that was already vintage classic. The Louwman family continued to expand over the years to its current size, boasting over 230 cars.

The cars are divided up into sections consisting of Dawn of Motoring, Motoring, Racing and Luxury. Highlights include a 1900 Georges Richard, which is rumored to have been found in a Parisian side street and “Genevieve,” a 1904 Darracq from the 1953 film. Rare 1948 Tatra T87 and a Spatz Victoria bubble car with central tube chassis, are both designed by the legendary Hans Ledwinka.

The collection includes an impressive range of vehicles, ranging in year and stature from 1944 Willys Jeep Model MB to a 1875 Thirion Modele N 2 Horse Drawn Steam Fire-Engine and 1922 American Lafrance Hook and Ladder Aerial Type 31/6.

Conceived by architecture firm Michael Graves & Associates, the 185,000-square-foot structure with its peaked roofs and woven brick facade, consists of temporary and permanent exhibition galleries, a reception hall, an auditorium and workshops for conservation and car repairs.

 

Rarest Cats Dogs

Of the rarest cat breeds, the Ashera (pic. left) is the most expensive ($20K+), the Sokoke the most exotic (from the wilds of Africa), and the Egyptian Mau has the coolest history (lived with the Egyptians). As for dog breeds, the one that keeps popping up on all the “rare” lists is the Lundehund, originally bred by the Vikings to hunt Puffins. Other rare breeds include Otterhounds and Stabyhounds.

 

Rarest Sea Salt

The earliest known sea salt produced by the Japanese may be the rarest of all. Called Amabito No Moshio (“Ancient Sea Salt”), unpolluted sea water is collected from the Seto-uchi inland sea, infused with seaweed to develop the “unami”, and then processed by cooking in an iron kettle, put into a centrifuge, and finally, cooked over an open fire while stirring constantly. The salt is worth over $40 per pound.

RAREST PHOTOSHOP CREATIONS

01. Don’t Leave me Alone

 

02. Transform Your Portrait in to Zombie

 

03. Surreal ocean scape in a bottle

 

04. Simple 3D Text Effect

 

05. Seductive Digital Art

 

06. Trap Your Friends in a Jar

 

07. Beautiful Abstract Portrait

 

08. Create an Abstract Playing Card

 

09. Create an Anti-Smoking Ad

 

10. Create a Fantasy Miniature World

 

11. A Professional Cartoon Effect from a Real Photograph

 

12. Creating an Ecological Fairy Tale

 

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13. Create a Beautiful Fan Surrounded by Magic Shapes, Runes and Plants

 

14. Flaming Car

 

15. The Police Officer

 

16. Powerful Human Disintegration Effect

 

17. Create a Beautiful Fantasy Angel

 

18. Creating Mechanical Horse

 

19. Create a Disturbing Scene of a Flooded Room with a Giant Hand Carrying a Fish

 

20. Underwater Vector Illustration

 

21. Create Movie Poster

 

22. Underwater 3D Text Effect

 

23. Road of Dreams

 

24. Fly High Light Effect

 

25. Texture Cube

 

26. Unique Abstract Text Effect

 

27. Create A Warm and Serene Portrait

 

28. create a Puss in Boots movie poster

 

29. Create an Exploding Light Text Effect

 

30. Create 3 Retro MP3 Players

 

 

Rarest Jeans

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the most valuable jeans are an original pair of Levi Strauss Co 501 jeans aged over 115 years old which were sold to a collector in Japan for $60,000 through eBay in 2005. Quite rare indeed considering a new pair sells for $46.

 

 

 

Rarest Baseball Cards

In February 2007,

 a “near mint-mint” Honus Wagner sold for $2.3 million, at that point probably the highest sale for a baseball card in history.

 Then, in September 2007,

the same card was reportedly sold again.

This time for $2.8 million to a private collector.

The card in question, aT206 Honus Wagner, was made by the American Tobacco Company in 1909.

It has been called the “Mona Lisa of baseball cards.”

 

 

 

Rarest Comic Books

One of the rarest comic books still in existence in near-perfect condition is an issue of “Amazing Spider-Man #1,”

rare not only because of its singularity but also because of its quality.

The comic book sold for only 12 cents per copy when it was published in March 1963, and is now worth over $40K — not an exceedingly high price for comic books — but extremely rare in such pristine condition.

 

 

 

Rarest Real Estate

At the intersection of location, exclusivity and history you find some of the rarest pieces of real estate. With that criterion, Luxist.com blogger’s pick for the rarest piece of real estate currently on the market is Bran’s castle, the castle in Transylvania that inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula, which is expected to fetch upwards of $135 million.

 

Rarest Horses

The Sorraia Horse is said to be the direct descendant of the wild Iberian horse but only 200 currently remain living in South Iberia. The Tiger Horse is a rare breed which is said to have existed in Ancient Spain and the beginning of the New World. Rare in terms of its abilities and characteristics, is the Lipizzaner (pic. left). Bred for its military prowess, one of these animals can sell for up to $100,000.

 

 

 

Rarest Books

There are countless rare books in the world, but by most experts’ standards the rarest of them all is the Gutenberg Bible. It was the first book ever printed back in 1456, and although several hundred copies were originally printed finding a complete first edition would net you $25-$35 million. In today’s market single pages alone go for $25K each, and several years ago just 1 volume (it’s a 2 volume set) sold for $5.5M.

 

Rarest Necklaces

In the world of rare necklaces, a couple million dollars doesn’t get you much. Even ten million dollars is cheap for these babies. The most expensive necklace may likely be one built around the Blue Empress, a rare natural blue diamond. The pear-shaped diamond weighs about 14 carats. It is set in 18k white gold and surrounded with white diamonds. It’s estimated to be worth $16 million

 

 

Rarest Wine

One of the rarest bottles of wine ever sold was purchased by Christopher Forbes for a mere £105,000 ($160,000). It was an unmarked green glass bottle with the inscription of “1787 Lafitte Th. J.” (now known as Lafite and thought to be owned by Thomas Jefferson), found behind a wall in Paris.

 

Rarest Vases

In 2006, a 20-inch high blue and white Yuan Dynasty vase fetched over $2 million. That sounds rare but at the end of that year, casino owner Steve Wynn paid even more for a rare vase. The small copper red and white porcelain vase, is a 14th century Ming vase (pic. left) decorated in scrolling flowers. It is from the exceptionally rare Hongwu period and went for around $10.9 million, making it the world’s most expensive.

 

 

 

 

Rarest Coins

As a general rule the more rare a coin is the more it’s worth, so what’s the rarest coin ever? It’s a debatable subject as not all experts always agree, but if the Double Eagle isn’t at the top of that list it’s sure near it. Back in 2002 the only Double Eagle coin left to be in private hands (or so everybody thought) sold for $7.9 million dollars.

 

Rarest Food

Served in China for over 400 years, the primary ingredient in bird’s nest soup or “Caviar of the East” is saliva nests built by cave swifts. Among one of the most expensive animal products consumed by humans it is believed to aid digestion, raise libido, and even alleviate asthma as it is dissolved in water to create a gelatinous soup. In Hong Kong, a bowl costs up to $30. Red version can cost $10K per gram.

 

Rarest Travel Trips

What is the rarest trip? There’s no real consensus on this, but Luxist.com blogger Deidre Woodward says that the trek to summit Mount Everest still remains among the rarest trips in the world. But even this has become something that is accessible to more people. In two months and for around $60,000 you can join a group and make the attempt of a lifetime.

 

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What is the rarest collections In the world today September 2012

 

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Argyle Pink Diamonds’ Beyond Rare campaign has been released through luxury fashion, financial and trade publications.

 

Media releases

Rio Tinto launches its 2012 collection of exceptionally rare pink, red and blue diamonds
03 September 2012 – Rio Tinto today announced the launch of its exclusive Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender 2012, an increasingly rare opportunity to purchase the world’s most precious diamonds …

Argyle Pink Diamonds glitter at the 84th Academy Awards
Los Angeles, February 27, 2012 – Australia’s exquisite Argyle pink diamonds were showcased to the world during the 84th Academy Awards ceremony ..

Rio Tinto discovers Australia’s biggest rough pink diamond at Argyle
21 February 2012 – Australia’s biggest pink rough diamond has been discovered at Rio Tinto’s Argyle mine, the world’s largest producer of rare pink diamonds …

Rio Tinto announces winning bids for the world’s most precious diamonds
Perth, October 26 Rio Tinto’s 2011 Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender, the most exclusive diamond sale in the world, has demonstrated strong global appeal and enduring value …

Rio Tinto launches its 2011 collection of exceptionally rare pink diamonds
Perth, July 13, 2011 – Rio Tinto today announced the launch of its exclusive Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender 2011, an increasingly rare opportunity to purchase the world’s most

Argyle Pink Diamond O pendant raises A$14,500 for indigenous Australian school
Perth, May 18 – Rio Tinto’s Argyle Pink Diamonds business is proud to announce the successful auction of a beautiful piece of Australian history – the sale of the “Number 1” …

Argyle Pink Diamonds announces new Authorised Partner in India
Perth, December 13, 2010 – Rio Tinto’s Argyle Pink Diamonds business today announced specialist diamond jewellery designer, manufacturer and luxury retailer, Nirav Modi …

Rio Tinto’s rare pink diamonds set new records and enter new markets
Perth, November 4, 2010 – Rio Tinto is delighted to announce an exceptional result for its 2010 Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender. Known as the most exclusive diamond sale in the world .

Rio Tinto’s exceptional pink diamonds to be showcased in New York
New York, October 12, 2010 – Rio Tinto’s exclusive Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender has arrived in New York, to be showcased alongside a much sought-after pink diamond tiara

Iconic Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender is showcased for the first time in China
Hong Kong, September 14, 2010. Rio Tinto today announced the inaugural showcasing of its Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender in mainland China.

Rio Tinto’s exceptional pink diamonds set to entice collectors and investors alike
Perth, August 18, 2010 – Rio Tinto today announced the launch of its exclusive 2010 Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender, an increasingly rare opportunity to purchase the world’s most precious

New publication highlights the immense appeal of the world’s most precious pink diamonds
Perth, July 5, 2010 – Rio Tinto today announced the launch of its new publication, Rare and Collectable, which focuses on the unique market position occupied by the rare pink diamonds

Rio Tinto’s Argyle Pink Diamond Tiara plays tribute to past and present crown jewels
Perth, June 24, 2010 – Rio Tinto’s rare Argyle pink diamonds today made a royal debut at the Masterpieces London Fair, a unique showcase of the most covetable objects on earth

Rio Tinto announces winning bids for the world’s most precious diamonds
Perth, October 22 – Rio Tinto has celebrated the 25th anniversary of its iconic Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender with an exceptional result that belies the global financial crisis

Iconic Argyle Pink Diamond Tender is showcased for the first time in India
Mumbai, August 9 – Rio Tinto’s 2009 Argyle Pink Diamond Tender is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its iconic offering of rare pink diamonds with its first ever viewing in India

Rio Tinto’s pink diamonds play tribute to grand passions and great loves
Perth, June 3 – Rio Tinto’s 2009 Argyle Pink Diamond Tender is set to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its iconic offering of pink diamonds with an exceptional collection

Rio Tinto’s Blue Diamond Tender Exceeds Expectations
PERTH, April 29, 2009 –Rio Tinto’s recent tender of rare blue diamonds from the Argyle Diamond Mine in Western Australia has set record prices and in doing so ..

Carats Direct Unveils Pink Diamond Jewelry Collection to Promote a Future Without Breast Cancer
VANCOUVER, 12th March, 2009 – Carats Direct has entered into a unique partnership with the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation (CBCF). Carats Direct will donate .

Rio Tinto Tenders a Rare Offering Of Blue Diamonds
PERTH, 3rd March, 2009 – Rio Tinto’s Argyle Diamond Mine is set to showcase its rare blue diamonds to the world in a unique sale known as the ‘Once in a Blue Moon “ ..

Red Carpet Provides Unique Opportunity to Showcase Rare Argyle Pink Diamonds
NEW YORK, 26th January, 2009 – Rio Tinto’s iconic Argyle pink diamonds were the focus of much red carpet activity at the finale of the 2009 G’Day USA Australia …

Rare Argyle Pink Diamond Sells For Record Price
PERTH, 22nd December, 2008 – Rio Tinto’s Argyle Pink Diamond business today revealed that it had received the highest price ever for a pink diamond  

Argyle Pink Diamonds Set To Sparkle On The Red Carpet
ANTWERP, 22nd December, 2008 – Rio Tinto’s iconic Australian diamonds are set to grace the red carpet at the G’Day USA Australia Week events in New York in January 2009.

World’s Most Precious Pink Diamonds Deliver Strong Result
PERTH, 27th October, 2008 – Results from Rio Tinto’s 24th annual Argyle Pink Diamond Tender have demonstrated a strong market for this truly rare product..

World’s most precious pink diamonds go on sale
ANTWERP, 21st August, 2008 – Diamond experts and high society figures around the globe are preparing for the 24th annual Rio Tinto Argyle Pink Diamond Tender.

 

 

 

Press Clippings and Publications

Argyle pinks celebrated with special pendant
Rio Tinto’s Argyle Diamond Mine in Western Australia, which produces more than 90 percent of the world’s pink diamonds, is turning 25 this year, and the mining company plans to mark the milestone with the creation of one very rare pendant…

Oprah audience gifted diamond necklace
Each member of Oprah Winfrey’s 6000-strong Sydney audience will be given a white gold and diamond necklace, courtesy of mining giant Rio Tinto:

  • Oprah audience gifted diamond necklaces – AAP, PERTH, Dec 14
  • Audience gifted with diamonds – Daily Advertiser, Dec 15
  • Gem of an idea helps jewellers sparkle – The West Australian, Perth, Dec 15
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  • Oprah Australia, Dec 15 – Oprah’s been and gone but diamonds are forever
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  • Oprah’s audience get jewels – Bendigo Advertiser, Dec 15
  • Oprah shares the love – Ballarat Courier, Dec 15  >
  • Oprah shares the love, and the sponsors, on Aussie trip – Border Mail, Dec 15  >
  • Thousands gather at the Oprah House as ‘love festival for Australia’ reaches its climax – Melbourne Age, Dec 15  >
  • Pink diamonds and stars for Oprah’s fans – Daily Telegraph, Dec 14 Ossie! Ossie! Ossie! 0! 0! 0! – Daily Telegraph, Dec 15

The Argyle Pink Diamond Tiara
Combining the mystique and romance of a bygone era with the design of a contemporary treasure, the Argyle Pink Diamond Tiara is a signature jewellery piece

Diamonds are forever – Crystal Magazine Issue 3
CRYSTAL speaks with Josephine Archer, business manager of Argyle Pink Diamonds, about one of the most significant diamond tenders the world

The Green Carpet Challenge – In the Pink
Diamonds are a tricky issue on the red carpet. The Oscars will be covered in jewels and attendant security guards

Rio drives indigenous workforce boom
Apprentice mechanic Jono Adrian reckons anybody who really wants a job in the Kimberley can get one. The 22-year-old, who works at Rio Tinto’s Argyle diamond mine, is just one of the many young indigenous people employed on the siteLuxury Guide – Pretty in Pink
The east Kimberley is a culturally rich part of Australia that captivates the visitor in deep and mysterious ways. If it is not the Indigenous heritage or the supernatural out back landscapes, it’s the pink diamonds that the land creates..

Luxury Guide – Needful Thing
Argyle pink diamonds make up less than one tenth of one per cent of the total diamonds mined at the Argyle Diamond Mine – they are beyond rare…

Sitting Pretty in Pink – Crystal Magazine feature
How do you find a diamond in the rough? You need a helicopter and “the best team” according to Warren Atkinson, one of the geologists who originally discovered the Argyle mine in 1979…

 

WW II Propganda Poster

A rare collection of Second World War propaganda posters sold for almost £15,000 when they went under the hammer.

The 110 prints, bearing morale-boosting slogans such as Keep Calm And Carry On, were sold in 11 lots at Wallis and Wallis Auction Galleries in Lewes, East Sussex.

Bidding clerk Lyn Hayward said the total of £14,590 that was fetched was ”well in excess of what was expected”.

The posters, described as being in mint condition, were brought into the auction house by a relative of a worker who saved them from being thrown away during a clear-out at a print firm.

Many of the prints were part of the Back Them Up range of posters aimed at encouraging civilians to join the armed forces.

Others were emblazoned with extracts from some of Winston Churchill’s speeches, such as ”We shall not fail”.

Mrs Hayward said a pair of prints, one bearing the warning, Tell Nobody – Not Even Her, and the other, Careless Talk Costs Lives, fetched the highest single bid of £2,700.

She said the posters were believed to have been sold to a range of private collectors and there had also been interest from a number of museums.

Roy Butler, auctioneer, previously said he expected each lot to sell for up to £250 and had not known of such a collection going on sale before

 

The Investation Value Of Phillately collections

ARE YOUR STAMP COLLECTOR OR PHILLATELIST?

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ARE YOU STAMPS COLLECTORS OR PHILLATELIST

One of the Dutch east Indie (Hindia Belanda) rare stamps,the  hignest nominal value used stamps,the mint stamps more expensive, 55 years I am seeking this time ,and in 2009 I found this stam in jakarta from the senior stamps collectors from Bogor, I bought this stamps joint with my trader friend, I only bought this stamps and Bandung Jaarbeurs 10cent, and the other He bought, I am very happy as the phillatelist, I had ever seen in the auctions many times but never win the bidding, after the economic crisis and the price became only 10% of catalogue price I can bought this expensive stamps.(Dr Iwan S).

 

The  very rare Indonesia postal stationer,Bulterman catalogue price 5000 US Dollar, I found this postal history 1n 1984, and in 1985 I sold to Mr Karel US$ 1500, Mr Karel Sold in Van Dieten Auction Nederland in 2008 estimate price US  5000,- but I didnot now who baought this very rare postal History, Mr Karel promise me not sold abroad,but  because the economic crisis  he must sold abroad due ton in Tangeran Stamps Austion of Mr Suwito Harsono no one bidding, I am very upset this collections must keep in Indonesia, like I have keep the Type Machinewriter overpring Republimk Indonesia on 20 cent Dai N ippon Sumatra stamps,used on fragment ,only two exist one My Ricardo Collections now in Den Haag Musuem ,and the other one still in my collections.(Dr Iwan S)

I. PREFACE (Dr IWAN S Notes)

This article dedicated to my Philatelist friend Mr Gogo who just pass away last week at Bandung, he was the first Phillatelist give me informations about Dai Nippon Occupation and Indonesia Independence war during my visit his stamps shop at Braga Street in 1984, this informations have help me starting to a phillatelist.

Before from 1955 until 1984 I am only the Stamp Collectors and investors I didnot know and no one gave me informations about phillatelis althought I have met senior Indonesia Phillatelist like Susantio, Dr Nelwan,Mr Thung Kim Tek, Wuysiang.General Surya Darma. Mr Pantau, Mpek Kok Sioe etc.

After have the phillatelist information from Mr Gogo Bandung in 1984 , starting from 1985 until now I learn many phillatelist literature, and met many senior phillatelis like Mr Ramkema, Mr P.R. Bulterman, Mr Suwito Harso, Mr Untung Raharjo, Mr Karel, Mr Dani etc from them I have many experience and information, I have bough many phillate;list Boooks, The International Stamp Catalogue like Stanly Gibbons,Yvert,Scott, and Michel, also collecting classic vintage catalogue,the postal history books and literature especially about the earliest 19th century Stamps.

I have write 389 article about unique collections, also about phillatelist from Asia country,after the old blog full, I am starting built the new internet blog in june 2010, with more profesional e-book,If you want to be the phillatelist you must joint my unqiue collection Club, and  my editor will send the new e-book info you like via your e-mail, you only paid the operational cost,please fast contact my editor via comment, I have only send 100 e-book only, if you late , you never found the very best information which I have learned almost 25 years.

I am sorry, the -book very limited because I didnot have enough time to produce the e-boook, like Indonesia Independence war and Dai Nippon Occupation Indonesia I have write almost two years still not finish that is why I only send you if you join the club, part and part have finish may be in two or three years because I have thousand collections realted to this very special momment for Indonesian Nations.

II. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN STAMPS COLLECTORS AND PHILLATELIST

Yesterday (and as well as today) I got involved into a somewhat “interesting” discussion on my facebook and internet blog  that gathered five of comments in matter of hours. Unfortunately, it turned also into a catfight between stamp collectors and philatelists in few responses. I understand thta in the world 99 % were the stamp collectors and only one % phillatelist. My thoughts precisely. Why on earth can’t stamp collectors and philatelists co-exist in peace ?

Anyway – one of the comments hit a nerve as it labeled Yours truly as a philatelist based on the fact that I know lots of stamp related stuff (as well as share it openly with others).

 

Kemarin (dan juga hari ini) saya terlibat dalam diskusi agak “menarik” pada saya facebook dan blog internet yang mengumpulkan lima dari komentar dalam hitungan jam. Sayangnya, ternyata juga menjadi catfight antara kolektor perangko dan filatelis dalam beberapa tanggapan. Saya mengerti thta di dunia 99% adalah kolektor perangko dan hanya satu phillatelist%. Pikiranku tepat. Kenapa tidak dapat stempel kolektor dan filatelis hidup berdampingan dalam damai?
Pokoknya – salah satu komentar menabrak saraf seperti label Hormat sebagai Filatelis didasarkan pada kenyataan bahwa saya tahu banyak hal terkait cap (serta berbagi secara terbuka dengan orang lain).

When the first time found this stamps,Personally I consider myself nothing more than ordinarie stamp collector, as 99,9% of my time with stamps goes into hoarding large worldwide lots and filling spaces. In my books it definitely doesn’t qualify as philately. But after the China stamps became booming, The Mao Stamps  issued by DDR -easr Germany also up the value,every body in china more than 10 Million collectors seeking the M ao profile stamps and also after the Belrin wall broken and the unity of Germany this stamps became popular. in Germany and China, I like this stamps if on postally used cover to add my Mao Profila Postal history,you have  I want to buy. I am interested of things such as postmarks, errors or printing methods?

Who has said it is philatelists exclusive privilege to be interested of these things? Though stamp collecting is simply a task of filling spaces, there is a very clear need to know all sorts of stuff. Such as how to identify two printing methods from each other to successfully fill a specific gap. Or to verbally express one’s need very accurately to a seller / dealer / trading partner. Or to simply look out for all those “eBay bunnies” that try to sell “bogus products of crapmanistan” as the real thing because stamp collectors buy it all.

Both stamp collectors and philatelists share and live in same world where knowledge is power. It would simply be damn foolish for a stamp collector (or philatelist for that matter) to remain ignorant!

So what is the difference between a stamp collector and a philatelist? My personal opinion is that the main difference is in attitude towards collecting.

STAMP COLLECTORS do things with heart and with “easy rider” feeling. They are on a road to nowhere in particular, and they enjoy pretty much of everything (and all the stamps) that life throws at them.

 

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Ketika pertama kali ditemukan ini perangko, Secara pribadi saya menganggap diri saya tidak lebih dari kolektor perangko ordinarie, sebagai 99,9% dari waktu saya dengan perangko masuk ke banyak menimbun seluruh dunia yang besar dan ruang mengisi. Dalam buku saya itu pasti tidak memenuhi syarat sebagai filateli. Tapi setelah perangko China menjadi booming, The Stamps Mao dikeluarkan oleh DDR-easr Jerman juga naik nilai, setiap tubuh di cina lebih dari 10 Juta kolektor mencari M perangko ao profil dan juga setelah dinding Belrin rusak dan kesatuan Jerman ini perangko menjadi populer. di Jerman dan China, aku seperti ini perangko jika pada penutup postally digunakan untuk menambah saya Mao Profila sejarah Pos, Anda memiliki saya ingin membeli. Saya tertarik hal-hal seperti cap pos, kesalahan atau metode cetak?


Siapa yang mengatakan itu adalah hak istimewa filatelis eksklusif untuk tertarik hal-hal ini? Meskipun mengumpulkan prangko hanyalah sebuah tugas mengisi ruang, ada kebutuhan yang sangat jelas untuk mengetahui segala macam hal. Seperti bagaimana mengidentifikasi metode pencetakan dua dari satu sama lain untuk berhasil mengisi kesenjangan tertentu. Atau untuk mengekspresikan secara verbal kebutuhan seseorang sangat akurat untuk penjual / agen / mitra dagang. Atau untuk sekadar melihat keluar untuk semua orang “kelinci eBay” yang mencoba untuk menjual “produk-produk palsu dari crapmanistan” sebagai hal yang nyata karena kolektor perangko membeli semuanya.

Kolektor perangko baik dan berbagi filatelis dan hidup di dunia yang sama di mana pengetahuan adalah kekuatan. Ini hanya akan sialan bodoh bagi seorang kolektor prangko (Filatelis atau dalam hal ini) untuk tetap bodoh!
Jadi apa perbedaan antara seorang kolektor perangko dan seorang Filatelis? Pendapat pribadi saya adalah bahwa perbedaan utama adalah dalam sikap terhadap mengumpulkan.

KOLEKTOR PRANGKO

 

 melakukan hal-hal dengan hati dan dengan perasaan “mudah pengendara”. Mereka berada di jalan ke mana-mana pada khususnya, dan mereka menikmati cukup banyak dari segala sesuatu (dan semua perangko) bahwa kehidupan melemparkan pada mereka

 

The Stamps collectors will comment this stamps beautiful pin color and  ethnic building I like it, but the Phillateslist different ,they look the related history  as the Postal History, this stamps issued during Indonesia in the United State Republic (Republik Indonesia Serikat) ,very short republic from December .27th 1949 until August ,17th 1950 ( after that became The United Republic of Indonesia -NKRI Negara Kesatuan Republik Indonesia until now), thi high nominal stamps from Rp. 2 to RP 25 didnot sold at Post office, the sdtamps will put on the cover or pakket and postal cancelled, only Indonesia phillatelic association can buy one sets for their collections, that time teh goverment protect the stamps used as investation like othe monetery -Papermoney, that is why the high nominal value especially RP.2 and Rp. 3,- very difficult to find in Mint stamps , and the other nom inal Rp.5, Rp 10 and 25 later many exist because many reprint and the stamps didnot used by the postal office sold to Indonesian and Nederlands trader. I have the Indonesian First issue stamp sample (contoh) put on the document for Postal announcement what kind of Stamps sold that time, that stamps still sold until 1952 after RIS. When the first RIS stamps sold and used on cover, you can read at my story about Indonesia Independent War and RIS in my old blog uniquecollection.wordpress.com, and now i have starting to upgrade that story with more profesional style and illustrations, bvut not many stamps collector like this story, but they found that their stamps were fake ,they starting thingking to became phillatelist, also when they want to sold their collections, the trader didnot want to buy, they said your stamp collection not valuable or low valuse ,thay want to buy swapt with very low price, that is why the Stamp Collectors starting slowly but progress to disappears in the world, only the Phillatelic collections still alive and more valuable, I have an very best experience . If you are only want to be stamps collectors stop reading this article , you can seen many informations at facebook where many traders show their common beautiful which you can found many everywhere,very cheapest, that you can buy in Kilogram, when you want to sold noone will buy, also exchange in swap 100 different stamps in Stamp Circuit Club, or 10 kg from Christian Mission stamps Kiloware for charity, I have ever bought 10 kg British stamps, all the stamps were definitive stamps thaousand Elizabeth II stamps in 1986 only about 20 uncommon  stamps from the England state area stamps. I have bought 30 poundsterling which send via Bankdraft. I still have that garbe stamps until now,no one want to buy, maybe 100 years later my grandchild next generations  can sell this stamps.

PHILATELISTS  on the other focus on study and research, and take things much more seriously. And various “guidelines and rules” give them a very precise goal and path to follow for years to come.

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Para kolektor Perangko akan komentar ini warna prangko pin yang indah dan bangunan etnis Saya menyukainya, tapi berbeda Phillateslist, mereka terlihat sejarah terkait sebagai Sejarah Pos, perangko ini dikeluarkan selama Indonesia di Amerika Negara Republik (Republik Indonesia Serikat), sangat pendek republik dari Desember .27 th 1949 sampai Agustus, 17 1950 (setelah itu menjadi Republik Indonesia Serikat-NKRI Negara Kesatuan Republik Indonesia sampai sekarang), thi tinggi perangko nominal dari Rp. 2 sampai RP 25 didnot dijual di kantor Pos, para sdtamps akan mengenakan penutup atau pakket dan pos dibatalkan, hanya Indonesia phillatelic asosiasi dapat membeli satu set untuk koleksi mereka, bahwa pemerintah waktu teh melindungi perangko digunakan sebagai investasi seperti lain yang patut moneter-Papermoney , itulah sebabnya nilai nominal tinggi terutama Rp.2 dan Rp. 3, – sangat sulit untuk menemukan dalam perangko Mint, dan nom inal lainnya Rp.5, Rp 10 dan 25 banyak kemudian ada karena cetak ulang banyak dan perangko didnot digunakan oleh kantor pos dijual kepada pedagang Indonesia dan Nederlands. Saya memiliki masalah Indonesia sampel cap Pertama (Contoh) diletakkan pada dokumen pengumuman Pos apa Stamps dijual saat itu, yang stempel masih dijual sampai 1952 setelah RIS. Ketika perangko RIS pertama dijual dan digunakan pada penutup, Anda dapat membaca di cerita saya tentang Indonesia Independen Perang dan RIS di uniquecollection.wordpress.com blog lama saya, dan sekarang saya telah mulai meng-upgrade cerita itu dengan gaya yang lebih profesional dan ilustrasi, bvut tidak banyak kolektor prangko seperti cerita ini, tetapi mereka menemukan bahwa perangko mereka palsu, mereka mulai berfikir untuk menjadi phillatelist, juga ketika mereka ingin menjual koleksi mereka, pedagang didnot ingin membeli, mereka mengatakan valuse koleksi perangko Anda tidak berharga atau rendah , thay ingin membeli swapt dengan harga yang sangat rendah, itu sebabnya Kolektor Stamp mulai perlahan tapi berkembang menjadi menghilang di dunia, hanya koleksi Phillatelic masih hidup dan lebih berharga,

 

saya memiliki pengalaman terbaik. Jika Anda hanya ingin menjadi kolektor perangko berhenti membaca artikel ini, Anda dapat melihat banyak informasi di facebook di mana banyak pedagang menunjukkan indah bersama mereka yang Anda dapat menemukan banyak di mana-mana, sangat murah, yang dapat Anda beli di Kilogram, bila Anda ingin menjual noone akan membeli, juga pertukaran di swap 100 prangko yang berbeda di Club Stamp Circuit, atau 10 kg dari Christian Mission perangko Kiloware untuk amal, saya pernah membeli perangko kg 10 Inggris, semua prangko adalah prangko definitif thaousand Elizabeth II perangko pada tahun 1986 hanya sekitar 20 perangko biasa dari perangko wilayah negara Inggris. Saya telah membeli 30 poundsterling yang kirim melalui Bankdraft. Saya masih memiliki perangko Garbe sampai sekarang, tidak ada yang ingin membeli, mungkin 100 tahun kemudian cucu saya generasi berikutnya dapat menjual perangko.

Filatelis pada fokus lainnya pada studi dan penelitian, dan mengambil hal-hal yang jauh lebih serius. Dan berbagai “pedoman dan aturan” memberi mereka tujuan yang sangat tepat dan jalan untuk mengikuti tahun-tahun mendatang.

 

This is my very rare phillatelic collection,  Indonesia Independence War Sumtra typemachine overpint

only two exist two in the world.

I’m not saying that neither of the paths a collector can go is better than the other. And they are not even mutually exclusive…So let’s let all the flowers blossom.

If you are the real phillatelist, join my unique collection club via comment, and you will find many special informations which guide you to be the phillatelist and valuable collections investors,look the sample below

Ini sangat jarang koleksi phillatelic saya, Indonesia Perang Kemerdekaan Sumtra typemachine overpinthanya dua ada dua di dunia.

Saya tidak mengatakan bahwa tak satu pun dari jalan kolektor bisa lebih baik daripada yang lain.

 Dan mereka bahkan tidak saling eksklusif … Jadi mari kita membiarkan semua mekar bunga.

Jika Anda adalah phillatelist nyata, bergabung dengan klub koleksi unik saya melalui komentar, dan Anda akan menemukan informasi khusus banyak yang membimbing Anda untuk menjadi phillatelist dan berharga koleksi investor, terlihat contoh di bawah

III. THE PHILLATELIST INFORMATIONS

1. Rare Sweden philatelic collections

One of the most valued Swedish stamp issues are so called Landstormen surcharges.  These are semipostals used to collect funds to equip soldiers during World War I.

First about the series name… Between 1885 and 1941 Swedish soldiers were divided in “Beväringen” and “Landstormen”. Beväringen was the younger classess / men in the active service,  and Landstormen referred to  older classes in reserve.   In practice Landstormen was used mostly for the Swedish army’s area defense.

The first Landstormen series (Landstormen I) contains a new print of the invalidated 1872/86 Circular type series.  The stamps differ from the original circular type series on paper, which has wavy lines +letters watermark.  However, there exists an special edition Landstormen I on original stamp paper (with post horn on back).  The stamps were overprinted with new values and sold for the double face value.

1916 Sweden Landstormen I semipostal – Michel #86, cat.value 6.00€

The second Landstormen (Landstormen II) set was overprinted on old, and not any more used postage due stamps (or as swedish call – Löjsen).  These are extremely difficult to find as perfectly centered copies;  catalog prices usually apply for mixed / poorly centered copies.

On the left 1916 Landstormen II type, on the right 1918 Landstormen III typThe third Landstormen series (Landstormen III) reused unsold stamps from Landstormen I set. These were once again applied with new face value overprint.  The Circular type values of 2 – 6 öre should be overprinted with 7+3 öre, and 12 – 50 öre with 12+8 öre face value.  But there was some kind of mix up in the printing, and some of the overprints were mixed. The mixed overprint values are somewhat rare as used, but more common as mint/unused

 

 

 

 

2.The Rare Australian Bridge Postal History

Bridge Fever

 

 

Former Australia Post Chairman Maurice Williams sold his collection of Sydney Harbour Bridge stamps for more than $120,000

at the same Prestige May 24 auction mentioned above.The “Five Bob Bridge” is this country’s most iconic stamp design – the one issue every collector of Australian stamps aspires to own.It is to Australia what the 1929 £1 PUC Pound is to Great Britain fans, and what the 1893 $5 Columbus is to United States collectors.Mr Williams’ collection went far beyond the basic stamps. He managed to acquire First Day Covers, rare plate dot blocks, varieties, and many of the non-stamp collectables associated with the Opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in 1932.The illustration no installed !!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

$10,000 Smithy Cover

Charles Kingsford Smith carried 15 postcards on his dare-devil flight to commemorate the opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The example in this sale franked with a near worthless 2d red, was signed by John Bradfield who designed the Bridge and other dignitaries, and sold for almost $10,000.Only a month or so back a similar opening day postcard flown by Kingsford Smith and signed by others, sold at a Charles Leski Melbourne auction for $A3,737.  Maurice Williams’ example went for almost three times that figure at $9,611.A client of mine bought the Leski piece, and is absolutely delighted with his savvy judgment!   Earlier this month I sold him a far rarer ‘Smithy’ signed cover for far less than that, so he is having a good year.The Illustration not installed!!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sheet of 5/- Bridge

A sheet of twenty of the 5/- Bridge value cost £5 ($10), or at least  two weeks wages in the Depression era, when issued in 1932. It is no surprise that very few complete sheets still exist.  Maurice Williams’ sheet of 20 in good condition sold for $27,960.Mr Williams and his wife Norma attended the sale, and claimed that they were thrilled with the results.  As Mr Williams left the room he punched the air with delight I am advised! the illustration not installed !!!!!!!

I bet that got your attention

It certainly got mine when I found this pamphlet, and I thought Stampboarders might be interested to see it too.

This Raffle was held in 1978 to raise money for Nudgee College, a boys boarding school in Queensland.

Wow (at) the stamps ! I wonder who has them now

source:Skippy

 

 

Cannon-balled  5 shilling Sidney Bridge stamps

The one result that amazed me was a pretty rough looking telegraph punctured copy   Has blue pen marks on it and lumpy perfs etc.Stolen goods pure and simple, as no telegraph punctured examples of any stamps have ever legally reached the market.  In the past they have been sold as very cheap gap-fillers by the trade.High value Kangaroos sell for about 20-25% of normal price with a telegraph puncture, as space-fillers.This 5/- stamp shown nearby sold for about $A875 – or around four times what a nice CTO copy brings.    How fashions change in stamp collecting – and very fast

 

 

 

SINGAPOERE SHIP MAIL ABROAD

THE STRAITS POSTAL AGENT IN MALAYA AND INDONESIA

 

 

 

CREATED BY

Dr IWAN S

Private limited e-book for philatelic collectors

Jakarta copyright Dr IWAN S 2010

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I.The Introduction Of  Singapore  Ship mail

SHIPMAIL cover from Singapore with PAQUEBOT  Singapore postmark type 3 send on the High Seas at S.S. SIBAYAK ship (no postmark, because send at Singapore Port) to Indonesia BUTITENZORG  (now Bogor) CDS 6.12.1937. The other type  look at SHIPMAIL 1 and 2.

 

 

Five type Singapore Post MARK , Si-S2 straight line and S3-5 combine with port  name (Singapore)-Brig.M.A Studd’s work published only 200 copies.”PAQUEBOT  and SHIP LETTER  Cancellations of the world 1894-1951.M.A.Studd.

 

One of  unique postal history were the SHIPMAIL postmark when letters posted on the High Seas on the ship DEPARTURE from Singapore  and destination at Indonesia port. Many collectors asked me why Straits stamps from Perak and Johor were cancelled Singapore , Straits stamps were cancelled Indonesia (DEI) port or city cancelled (used abroad) and why the letter from Singapore cancelled with KPM (Dutch East indie Royal Ship) beside Paquebot stright line and PAQUEBOT  Singapore ?

Rules for letters posted on the HighSeas were drown up at the Postal union Conference in 1891. The used of the world “PAQUEBOT” was officially adopted at the UPU Congress ,Whasington.USA in 1897 for international use on correspondence posted on the HighSeas and handed over to the Postal administration at the first port of call.

Brief  the rules are : letters posted on the High seas bearing the stamps of the country in which the ship registered will accepted at the first port of call in any country for onward transmisssion to another member country of the UPU without further charge.

The stamp(s) should be cancelled with the chancellor  of the port and the indicator mark “PAQUEBOT” applied alongside. The letters posted on the High Seas are to be handed over to the postal authorities immediately on arrival, they should not be posted in a shore  side letter box.

Many variation were found, Singapore have 2 type straight line PAQUEBOT Mark type 1 and 2, beside that 3 type PAQUEBOT   combined Port’s name “PAQUEBOT -Singapore”  postmark type S3,4, and 5.

Pre war Singapore PAQUEBOT  postmark S4 and S5 very shortly used after the reoccupation (rare0, and some of destination postmark (Indonesia port) on Singapore departure ship without PAQUEBOT Postmark (Used abroad).

I hope after look carefully at the illustration from SHIP MAIL  1 ( with Singapore PAQUEBOT or KPM-Dutch east Indie (Indonesia) royal ship postmark, and SHIP MAIL h 2 : Indonesia (DEI) port only postmark without PAQUEBOT mark  , all the collector will understand and have the answer why other country stamps used in other country (Used abroad) with or without PAQUEBOT  postmark. This collection were the Marine ship collection thematic , became popular among the  Marine persons as the memorable of te ship where he/she or their family ever  work or travel and write  the letters on the high seas. Now everybody travel via AEROPLANE  and PAQUEBOT  mark never seen anymore. The last PAQUEBOT  letters circa 1970, a ship route from Singapore to Indonesia , like Medan (Belawan) ,Jakarta (TandjongPriok) should used her country’s stamps at the Port Belawan or Tandjong Priok  but Indonesia Stamps at Medan or Jakarta

 

 

 

 

II.Straits Ship mail abroad (Malaya and Indonesia )

1.Singapore PAQUEBOT Johore

 

2. Straits post agent ship mail Indonesia

(1) Makasar straits ship mail  agent post

 

2) Sumatra straits shipmail agent

(1) Pakanbaru straits Ship Mail agent

6. UHI- PERANG VIETNAM TERHADAP DOMINASI KERAJAAN TIONGKOK ABAD KE 15

PERANG  VIETNAM melawan  DOMMINASI KERAJAAN TIONGKOK ABAD KE 15 AD

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Disusun oleh Dr IWAN S

Berdasarkan koleksi pribadi dan informasi yang dipeoleh saat berkunjung ke Vietnam tahun 2007

PUBLIKASI PRIBADI UNTUK TEMAN KOLEKTOR

JAKARTA  @hakcipta Dr Iwan S 2010

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KATA PENGANTAR.

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Tulisan ini masih banyak kekurangannya dan banyak kesalahan ejaan sehingga komentar dan saran perbaikan serta tambahan informasi masih diperlukan liwat komentar,terima kasih.

Terima Kasih kepada berbagai teman di Vietnam yang telah memberikan banyak info dan jugasesama turis yang ditemukan di Vietnam dari Negeri belanda,Israel, Tiongkok dll yang memberikan semangat kepada saya untuk merampungkan tulisan ini.

Tulisan ini tidak dibuat dalam e-book,hanya sebagai karya tulis biasa , kolektor dan teman-teman dapat membacanya dengan gratis, tetapi saya mohon hormatilah hak cipta sya dengan tidak memanfaatkan informasi ini tanpa izin penulis.

Jakarta,July 2010

penulis

Dr IWAN S

The Value Of Painting collections

HOW TO ESTIMATE

THE PAINTING’S INVESTATIONS VALUE

 

 

 

BY

Dr IWAN S

Private limited e-book special for painting collectors

Jakarta @copyright Dr IWAN S 2010

PREFACE

I had starting interesting and collecting Painting from 1984 when many foreigners came to Indonesia asking me to find the native ethnic paintings, but also the expatriate painting collectors said to me that the painting’s investations value  low  due to the non professional painters or due to  repro or fake paintings. Ihave seen some best painting from old dutch painters and indonesian painters wakidi and Oesman Effendi from west Sumatra,but I didnot by their painting because too many fake or his son repro paintings.

 

 

In 1985, a dutchman visit my house and he told me that he ever met Indonesian painter Oesman Effendi which stayed at his father house near the john enschede printing office, he stayed three month to painting the Indonesian Money , everyday he made sketch wayang painting and other paintings, if he didnot like he thrown out, the dutchman as a boy made this for playing, very pity he didnot collect that sketch because now the Oesman Effendi sketch very expensive at least Oesman Effendi and his friend ABDUL SALAM HAVE MADE THE PAINTING OF THE 500 RUPIAH INDONESIAN MONEY PLEASE LOOK  BELLOW ;

1. FRONT BY OESMAN EFFENDY

 

2.BACK BY ABDUL SALAM

 

Before pass away Oesman Effendi stayed at Koto Gadang Bukittinggi, he still made some paintings but I didnot bought because I didnot understans and many fake repro by his son.

 

After that I had collecting all kind of literature related with the Painter history and their paintings, The famous painter masterpiece painting auctions, but I still didn’t understand how to estimated the painting’s investation value, that is why I did not bought the masterpiece painting of Famous Indonesian Painters Affandi  during Affandi’s  daughter Kartika sold some of his father master price painting in very low price for  paid his father medical treatment cost in 1996 only US8000.- and I had seen the same painting sold at the Auction in 2006 US$250.000.-The same situation when I visit Sudjojono painting shop in Jogya 1984, and The La Meiyer sketch at his wife Nji Polok shop beside the Musuem, and Ida Bagus Made did not want to sold his native painting because not finish with frame he said to me if you want to buy comeback next year.

After almost 35 years learning from many literature, I still didn’t understand the value of a painting, but two weeks ago when I look again my vintage Painting literature I met several literature and starting to look at my paintings collections one Vintage Dutch Oil Painting of Nederland landscape from my grandpa who bought from the  Dutchman  in Indonesia before the WW II, Two watercolour black and white painting by DATUK BASA, Padang Ocean beach and ANAI Waterfall Padang Panjang , found at Padang city in 1986,Dutch expatriate painters  BETAWI found at Jakarta 1998, and the Mountain ANONIM  ,Also some painters sketch .

 

After read the literature and take the close up picture of the painting, I am starting to understand how to estimate the painting’s INVESTATION  value and write this e-book for painting collectors.

I REMEMBER DURING YOUNG BOY IN 1979, I ever met the famous Indonesian painters DULLAH at the BRANTAS HOTEL Surabaya, he stayed in the from of my room,in the morning he paint a waterfall painting, he told me that he always made the sketch in in notebook when trevelling, he show me that sketch and he told me to give the soul of the painting we must give the sun rays from the east to the waterfall, when I aske my father to bought that painting, he said to expensive that time US40.000.- but I think now the value US $ 100.000.-

When my friend Mr Fikri asked me to show my painting collections, I cannot show the masterpiece because I did not understand the investation value, I only told he that I have met many Indonesian Famous painters ,seen their masterpiece painting, and I have write the autobiography of Indonesia Senior painter which you can read in this blog.

AFTER KNOW HOW TO EATIMATE THE BEST pAINTING,WE WILL  PRACTISE THE INFO WITH STUDY ON  THE FAMOUS INDONESIAN PAINTER HENK NGANTUNG’S  SKETCH, PLEASE THE EXPERT PAINTERS COMMENT TO ADDED OUR INFO AND KNOWLEDGE THANKYOU..

I hope my information will useable by the painting collectors during identified what kind of paintings will be their collections.

Jakarta, June 2010

Dr IWAN  S

INTRODUCTION

The Sun is high, and the scene you are painting is a patchwork of  sparkling color , and deep shadow. Your watercolor painting is looking good, but it’s drying too fast. Or you working in oils and you want to layer one color over another, leaving flecks of the first color showing through. You have seen this in other paintings, but you are not sure how to do it . Or do you wonder which medium to mix into your acrylic paints to get the effect you want?

Even professional painters have frustrations and near-disasters, but they learn to overcome them, and so will you with the help of this book. Unlike other books, this is not a painting course, but a source of the valuable painting’s working in watercolor and oils.(compile from many vintage books)

CHAPTER ONE

THE HIGH VALUE WATERCOLOR PAINTING

1.     THE BEST WATERCOLOR PAINT

2.     THE DECEPTIVE COLOR

3.     REFLECTED LIGHT

4.     NO FLAKY SOLUTION

5.     BLENDING TONES

6.     AVOID BACKRUN

7.     BEST WATERCOLOR PAPERS

8.     A SENSE OF SPONTANEITY

9.     GRADUATE WASH

10.    NO MUDDY COLOR

11.     DROPPPED-IN-COLOR FOR SPECIAL EFFECT

12.       NO SCRAP PIGMENT

13.        PAINTING INTO AN AREA IS STILL WET

14.      NO BLOTCHES

15.       SPECIAL EFFECT

16.        OPACITY

17.         LANDSCAPE SPECIAL EFFECT

18.          TREES AND FOLIAGE SPECIAL EFFECT

19.            BUILDING SPECIAL EFFECT

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CHAPTER TWO

THE VALUABLE OIL PAINTING

1.INTERESTING EFFECT WITH VARIED TEXTURES

 

2.BEST  CANVAS

3.  BEST PAPER

4.VARIETY OF MARK

The best painters created a varied surface, experiment with different ways of their handling brushes. They can stab the painting with the tip of the brush for very textural marks. They hold the brush horizontal to the paint surface and drag it across the surface for broken appl;ication of paint, or apply thin paint with a scrubbing motion for ascumbled effect.

Let’s we look at the sample from the best painting below, pain has been put on arange of ways. Energetic vertical brushstrokes in the figure ,offset with long flowing brusstrokes in the hair and distinct marks in the flower or three leaves , produced a lively image.

 

 

5.SMOOTH SURFACE

6.SMOOTH GRADATION

7. NO ROUGH BLENDING

8. DISTRACTED BY DETAIL

9.AN UNIFIED EFFECT

In order to harmonize the colour used across a painting,apply a layer of colour to the white ground.

 

Known as a toned ground,before starting the painting. If glazing and scumbling techniques are used to allow the ground colour to show through in places,then this will have a unifying egfect on the painting.

10 NO CRACKING

11.PRELIMINARY CHARACTER SKETCH,MAIN SHAPE FILL IN AND DETAILS ADDED.

12.UNDERPAINTING

13WET INTO  WET

To keep the colour clean and vibrant when working into wet paint, work with a limited palette and have a plentiful supply of bushes.Loan the brush with planty of paint,and make aquick stroke holding the brush as nearly horizontal to the painting surface as you can.

 

look at the painting, the painter individual brushstrokes of strong colour are worked into wet paint with decisive marks to create an image that has clean and vibrant color.

14.GLAZING AND HIGHLIGHT

15 SHARP EDGES

16 SPECIAL ADDITIONAL TECHNIQUE.

17 MODIFICATIONS

18 SPECIAL EFFECT

19 SPECIAL SUBJECT

CHAPTER THREE

THE  BEST PAINTER STYLE OF FAMOUNS  PAINTER HENK NGATUNG SKETCH

The first step in estimate the Sketc painting, we must now the best sketch, then the handwritten of the painter, and the painters original mark or sign , let begin with Henk Ngfantung sketch below:

(1) Best sketch style

 

(2) original handwritten

 

(3)Original  Mark sign

 

After the first step OK, then we look at several  best sketch performance :

1.A SENSE OF SPONTANEITY

2.       SPECIAL EFFEC

3 .         VARIETY OF MARK

4. DISTRACTED BY DETAIL

5.AN UNIFIED EFFECT

6. SHARP EDGES

7.  SPECIAL ADDITIONAL TECHNIQUE.

8.  MODIFICATIONS

9. SPECIAL EFFECT

10.SPECIAL SUBJECT

THE END@copyright Dr IWAN S 2010

The value Of Medal collections

THE OLD UNIQUE MEDAL, PIN AND AMULET FOUND IN INDONESIA

FRAME ONE: THE INTRODUCTION OF EXHIBITION
FRAME TWO: THE INDONESIAN’S OLD MEDAL AND AMULET

FRAME THREE: THE FOREIGN COUNTRIES’S OLD MEDAL AND AMULET WHICH FOUND IN INDONESIA

THE END @COPYRIGHT Dr IWAN S 2010

FOUND IN INDONESIA

THE END @COPYRIGHT Dr IWAN S 2010

The Value Of Banknote Collections(Numismatic)

DEI Banknote

Collections

 

25 GULDEN 1815. P-4r! H-55a. Black! Government Credit Paper called Creatie. JEZ! Unused & Unsigned. ND, Uniface. Text in Dutch and Malay-Arabic, within musical frame. W/o Serial #. Strong paper. Crisp Very Fine or Better.
Limit price :   Rp.  8,000,000

 

50 GULDEN 1815. P-5r! H 56a. Government Credit Paper called Creatie. JEZ! Unused & Unsigned. ND, Uniface. Text in Dutch and Malay-Arabic, within musical frame. W/o Serial #. Strong paper. Stains at margin right on back! Good Extremely Fine.
Limit price :   Rp.  9,000,000

 

300 GULDEN 1815. P-7r! H-58a. Black! Creatie note or Government Credit Paper, issued during the reign of King Willem I. JEZ, ND, Uniface. Text in Dutch and Malay-Arabic, within musical frame. Unused, Unsigned & w/o serial #. Uncirculated. VERY RARE.
Limit price :   Rp.  16,000,000

 

600 GULDEN 1815. P 8r! H 59a. Brown! Creatie note. Unused, Unsigned & w/o serial #. Good Extremely Fine. VERY RARE.
Limit price :   Rp.  18,500,000

 ANCIENT EURO COINS

VALUE

1.

Elected Kings Period (1307 – 1526) Charles Robert of Anjou, Groschen (1330-1332) – Mint.: 0, Av.: Crowned King seated on the throne, holding sceptre and orb. (Kráľ s korunou sediaci na tróne, držiaci žezlo a korunovačné jablko.), Rv.: Halved shield with coat of arms of Anjou and…

 

2.

Elected Kings Period (1307 – 1526) Charles Robert of Anjou, Groschen (1337) – Mint.: Smolník (Schmöllnitz), Av.: Crowned King seated on the throne, holding sceptre and orb. (Kráľ s korunou sediaci na tróne, držiaci žezlo a korunovačné jablko.), Rv.: Heraldic helmet with ostrich head…

 

3.

Elected Kings Period (1307 – 1526) Charles Robert of Anjou, Denar (1330-1332) – Mint.: Budín? (Buda?), Av.: Crowned King seated on the throne, holding sceptre and orb. (Kráľ s korunou sediaci na tróne, držiaci žezlo a korunovačné jablko.), Rv.: Halved shield with coat of arms of Anjou…

 

4.

Elected Kings Period (1307 – 1526) Charles Robert of Anjou, Parvus (1329) – Mint.: 0, Av.: Crowned King seated on the throne, holding sceptre and orb. (Kráľ s korunou sediaci na tróne, držiaci žezlo a korunovačné jablko.), Rv.: The lamb of god carrying the cross with flag. (Baránok…

 

5.

House of Habsburg Period (1527 – 1918) Charles VI., Coronation token 1712 Pressburg – Mint.: Viedeň (Vienna), Av.: Text and date CAROLUS.VI:/ROM:IMPER:S:A:/GER HISPAN.HUNG:/BOH:REX. A:AVST./CORONAT 9/POSON. 22 MAY/1712 in seven lines. Crown above. (Hore uhorská koruna, pod ňou nápis…

 

6.

House of Habsburg Period (1527 – 1918) Charles VI., Coronation token 1712 Pressburg – Mint.: Viedeň (Vienna), Av.: Text and date CAROLUS.VI:/ROM:IMPER:S:A:/GER HISPAN.HUNG:/BOH:REX. A:AVST./CORONAT 9/POSON. 22 MAY/1712 in seven lines. Crown above. (Hore uhorská koruna a pod ňou…

 

7.

House of Habsburg Period (1527 – 1918) Charles VI., Ducat 1726 – Mint.: Kremnica (Kremnitz), Av.: Emperor standing, holding sceptre and orb. Mintmark K-B on either side of the Emperor. (Stojací panovník držiaci žezlo a korunovačné jablko. Po stranách panovníka mincové značky K-B.),…

 

8.

House of Habsburg Period (1527 – 1918) Charles VI., Taler 1737 – Mint.: Kremnica (Kremnitz), Av.: Laureate bust of Emperor to right. Inscription devided on the left side by halved shield with Hungarian bars and double cross, on the right by Madonna and Child. (Doprava orientovaný portrét…

 

9.

House of Habsburg Period (1527 – 1918) Charles VI., Taler 1739 – Mint.: Kremnica (Kremnitz), Av.: Laureate bust of Emperor to right. Inscription devided on the left side by halved shield with Hungarian bars and double cross, on the right by Madonna and Child. (Doprava orientovaný portrét…

 

10.

House of Habsburg Period (1527 – 1918) Charles VI., 1/2 Taler 1740 – Mint.: Kremnica (Kremnitz), Av.: Laureate bust of Emperor to right. Inscription devided on the left side by halved shield with Hungarian bars and double cross, on the right by Madonna and Child. (Doprava orientovaný portrét…

 

11.

House of Habsburg Period (1527 – 1918) Charles VI., 1/4 Taler 1726 – Mint.: , Av.: Laureate bust of Emperor to right. On the left side halved shield with Hungarian bars and double cross, on the right Madonna and Child. Inscription divided by rhombus. (Doprava orientovaný portrét panovníka…

 

12.

British Coins and Medals. Elizabeth I, sixth issue, shilling, mm. hand (1590-1592), crowned bust l., rev. long cross fourchée over shield (S.2577; N.2014); third and fourth issues, sixpence, mm. eglantine, 1575 (S.2563; N.1997), both pierced, fair to fine; Charles I, halfcrown, Tower mint, under…

 

13.

British Coins and Medals. Charles II, hammered coinage (1660-1662), first issue, unite, mm. crown/-, laur. and dr. bust l., rev. crowned, oval, garnished shield, C R at sides (S.3301; N.2753), in plastic holder, graded by NGC as AU55, portrait slightly double-struck, otherwise extremely fine,…

 

14.

British Coins and Medals. Charles II, hammered coinage (1660-1662), second issue, double crown, mm. crown/-, laur. and dr. bust l., mark of value behind, rev. crowned garnished oval shield of arms with C-R at sides, wt. 4.56gms. (S.3305; N.2756; Schneider 416), attractively toned, extremely fine,…

 

15.

British Coins and Medals. † Charles II, hammered coinage (1660-1662), third issue, shilling, mm. crown, crowned bust l., mark of value behind, rev. shield of arms over cross fourchée, wt. 5.96gms. (S.3322; ESC.1016), toned, extremely fine, an exceptional example Estimate:…

 

16.

British Coins and Medals. Charles II, five guineas, 1673, QVINTO, first laur. bust r., rev. crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in angles (S.3328), light surface marks, adjustment marks on French shield, tiny rim bruise at 5 o’clock on obverse, otherwise almost extremely fine with brilliant…

 

17.

British Coins and Medals. Charles II, five guineas, 1684, SEXTO, second laur. bust r., rev. crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in angles (S.3331), some light flecking on both sides, good very fine Estimate:…

 

18.

British Coins and Medals. Charles II, two guineas, 1683, second laur. bust r., rev. crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in angles (S.3335), good extremely fine – practically as struck, a superb coin and very rare this choice Estimate:…

 

19.

British Coins and Medals. Charles II, guinea, 1676, fourth laur. bust r., rev. crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in angles (S.3344), cleaned, about very fine Estimate:…

 

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20.

British Coins and Medals. Charles II, guinea, 1676, fourth laur. bust r., rev. crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in angles (S.3344), about fine Estimate:…

 

21.

British Coins and Medals. Charles II, guinea, 1681, fourth laur. bust r., rev. crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in angles (S.3344), some digs and scratches, fair Estimate:…

 

22.

British Coins and Medals. † Charles II, half guinea, 1670, first laur. bust r., rev. crowned, cruciform shields, sceptres in angles (S.3347), coin appears to be double struck on obverse, and has been cleaned in the past, otherwise extremely fine, rare Estimate:…

 

23.

British Coins and Medals. † Charles II, crown, 1662, first laur. bust r., rose below, edge undated, rev. crowned cruciform shields, interlinked Cs in angles (S.3350; ESC.15), about very fine Estimate:…

 

24.

British Coins and Medals. † Charles II, crown, 1662, first laur. bust r., rose below, edge dated, rev. crowned cruciform shields, interlinked Cs in angles (S.3352; ESC.19), good fine/about very fine Estimate:…

 

25.

British Coins and Medals. Charles II, crown, 1672 V. QVARTO (S.3358); William III, shilling, 1696, first bust (S.3497); Anne, halfcrown, 1707 SEXTO, E below bust (S.3605); Victoria, crown, 1893 LVI (S.3937), fine to very fine (4) Estimate:…

 

26.

British Coins and Medals. † Charles II, crown, 1681, T. TERTIO, fourth laur. bust r., rev. crowned cruciform shields, interlinked Cs in angles (S.3359; ESC.64), in plastic holder, graded by NGC as MS63, slight weakness on the top of the hair, otherwise practically as struck, extremely rare in…

 

27.

British Coins and Medals. Charles II, halfcrown, 1666, XVIII, third laur. and dr. bust r., elephant below, rev. crowned cruciform shields, interlinked Cs in angles (S.3364; ESC.462), very fine and very rare Estimate:…

 

28.

British Coins and Medals. † Charles II, halfcrown, 1673, V. QVINTO, plume under bust and in centre of reverse, fourth laur. bust r., rev. crowned cruciform shields, interlinked Cs in angles (S.3369; ESC.475), small nick on the neck and slight scratch by 3 of date, about fine One of the great…

 

29.

British Coins and Medals. † Charles II, sixpence, 1675/4, laur. bust r., rev. crowned cruciform shields, interlinked Cs in angles (S.3382; ESC.1514), in plastic holder, graded by NGC as MS63 Estimate:…

 

30.

British Coins and Medals. Charles II, gold coronation medallion, 1661, crowned, draped bust r., rev. king enthroned l., crowned by Peace hovering above, 29mm., 11.2gms. (Eimer 221), very light surface marks, otherwise extremely fine or better, very rare Estimate:…

 

31.

British Coins and Medals. George III, dollar, oval countermarked on portrait 8 reales of Charles IV, 1794, Potosi (S.3765A; ESC.131), with old collector’s ticket, lightly toned, about as struck, exceedingly rare in this grade Estimate:…

 

32.

British Coins and Medals. George III, dollar, oval countermark on portrait 8 reales of Charles IV, 1794, Potosi (S.3765A; ESC.131), host coin good very fine, countermark extremely fine Estimate:…

 

33.

British Coins and Medals. † George III, half dollar, oval countermarked on portrait 4 reales of Charles III, 1774, Potosi (S.3767; ESC.611), in plastic holder, graded by NGC as VF25, rarely found on Potosi host coin Estimate:…

 

34.

British Coins and Medals. George III, Bank of England, dollar, 1804, type A/2, laur. and dr. bust r., rev. Britannia seated l. within oval band (S.3768; ESC.144; L&S 53), overstruck on a Seville 8 reales of Charles III dated 1772, good very fine and extremely rare Extremely rare with a Spanish…

 

35.

British Coins and Medals. George III, Bank of England, dollar, 1804, type C/2, laur. and dr. bust r., rev. Britannia seated l. within oval band (S.3768; ESC.149; L&S 58), overstruck on a Santiago 8 reales of Charles IV dated 1806, fine, rare Estimate:…

 

36.

British Coins and Medals. George III, Bank of England, dollar, 1804, type C/2b, laur. and dr. bust r., rev. Britannia seated l. within oval band (S.3768; ESC.156; L&S 66), overstruck on a Seville(?) 8 reales of Charles III dated 1779, some tooling on obverse, otherwise about extremely fine,…

 

37.

British Coins and Medals. George III, Bank of England, pattern dollar, 1804, type I/3, laur. and dr. bust r., rev. shield of arms within Garter (S.3768; ESC.182; L&S.91), overstruck on an 8 reales of Charles IV dated 1801, reverse struck twice with the die rotated 180° between strikes, once…

 

38.

Foreign Coins and Medals. Spain, Carlos III, 8 escudos, 1788C, Seville, draped bust r., rev. crowned shield of arms (KM.409.2a; Fr.283; Cayon 13011), in plastic holder, graded by NGC as AU53 Estimate:…

 

39.

Foreign Coins and Medals. Spain, Carlos III, 8 reales, 1776CF, Seville, draped bust r., rev. crowned arms (Calico 1038; KM.414.2), obverse lightly brushed, otherwise extremely fine Estimate:…

 

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EUROPÄISCHE GOLDMÜNZEN UND -MEDAILLEN ITALIEN NEAPEL UND SIZILIEN Karl I. von Anjou, 1266-1278. Salut d’or o. J., Neapel. 4,37 g. Fb. 808; Pannuti/Riccio 1. R Sehr schön­vorzüglich 1278 führte Karl I. von Anjou mit dem Saluto d’oro einen neuen, einprägsamen Münztyp ein. Dabei griff…

 

41.

KÖNIG JOHAN III., 1568-1592 Daler 1571, Stockholm. 28,55 g. Münzmeister Hans Höjer. Ahlström 23 (R); Dav. 8705; Hagander 27. Henkelspur, winz. Schrötlingsfehler am Rand, sehr schön Exemplar der Slg. Karl-Erik Schmitz, Teil I, Auktion Schweizerischer Bankverein/Spink & Son, Zürich…

 

42.

KÖNIG JOHAN III., 1568-1592 Daler 1586, Stockholm. 29,12 g. Münzmeister Gillis (Julius) Coyet d. Ä. Ahlström 29; Dav. 8705; Hagander 33. Attraktives Exemplar mit hübscher Patina, winz. Randfehler, sehr schönvorzüglich Exemplar der Slg. Lars Emil Bruun, Teil 1, Auktion Adolph Hess…

 

43.

KÖNIG KARL IX. 1604-1611, SEIT 1560 HERZOG VON SÖDERMANLAND UND REICHSVERWESER 1592/1593 UND 1599-1604 PRÄGUNGEN KARLS ALS HERZOG VON SÖDERMANLAND UND ALS REICHSVERWESER Klippe zu 8 Mark 1599, Stockholm. 3,33 g. Münzmeister Gillis (Julius) Coyet d. Ä. Gekrönte Korngarbe…

 

44.

KÖNIG GUSTAV II. ADOLF, 1611-1632 IN SCHWEDEN GEPRÄGTE MÜNZEN DES KÖNIGS GUSTAV II. ADOLF 16 Mark (Carolin) 1615, Stockholm. 4,88 g. Münzmeister Gillis Gillisson Coyet d. J. GVSTAVVS • ADOLF • D : G • DES • REX • SVE Geharnischtes Brustbild l. mit Lorbeerkranz und umgelegtem…

 

45.

KÖNIG FREDRIK I., 1720-1751 Dukat 1746, Stockholm. 3,48 g. Münzmeister Hans Malmberg. Ausbeutedukat, geprägt mit Gold aus Ost-Indien. Ahlström 35; Fb. 66; Hagander 373; SMH 9.3. GOLD. RR Winz. Randfehler, vorzüglichStempelglanz Exemplar der Slg. T. J. Clarke, Jamestown (USA); durch…

 

46.

KÖNIG FREDRIK I., 1720-1751 Riksdaler 1726, Stockholm. 29,50 g. Münzmeister Esaias Zedritz. Mit Stempelschneidersignatur auf der Vorderseite. Mit Randschrift. Ahlström 63 a; Dav. 1720; Hagander 396; SMH 26.4. Hübsche Patina, winz. Schrötlingsfehler am Rand, sehr…

 

47.

KÖNIG FREDRIK I., 1720-1751 Riksdaler 1742, Stockholm. 28,81 g. Münzmeister Hans Malmberg. Mit Randschrift. Ahlström 83 (XR); Dav. 1728; Hagander 421; SMH 32.5. Von großer Seltenheit. Nur 486 Exemplare geprägt. 3. bekanntes Exemplar in Privatbesitz. Herrliche Patina, sehr…

 

48.

KÖNIG KARL XIV. JOHAN, 1818-1844 Riksdaler 1843 (Jahreszahl im Stempel aus 1842 geändert), Stockholm. 33,95 g. Münzmeister Alexander Grandinson. Mit vertiefter Randschrift: 75/100 DELAR FINSILFVER (Verzierung). Büste r.// Gekröntes Wappen: Drei Kronen (Tre kronor), umher die Kette des…

 

49.

BRITISH COINS Charles I (1625-1649) Tower mint, Unite, Gp C, mm. rose, class IIa, reads fr and hi, 9.05g/1h (SCBI Schneider 141; SCBI Brooker 75; N 2150; S 2690). About extremely fine £1,500-2,000 Footnote Provenance: DNW Auction 79, 24 September 2008, lot…

 

50.

BRITISH COINS Charles I (1625-1649) Tower mint, Shilling, Gp G, mm. sun, coarse narrow bust, 6.01g/5h (Sharp H1/1; SCBI Brooker 564; N 2233; S 2802). Slightly small of flan and scratched in front of face, otherwise good fine £90-120 Footnote Provenance: E. Bohr Collection, Part II,…

 

51.

BRITISH COINS Charles II (1660-1685) Third issue, Shilling, mm. crown, 6.06g/3h (ESC 1016; N 2764; S 3322). Weak on King’s face (and corresponding on reverse), otherwise very fine or better, toned £700-800 Footnote END OF SESSION…

 

52.

BRITISH COINS Charles II (1660-1685) Halfpenny, 1672 (BMC 506; S 3393). Obverse good very fine, reverse with flan flaws and edge part-bevelled …

 

53.

BRITISH COINS Charles II (1660-1685) Farthings (5), 1672 (2, both loose drapery, one with o over l in carolo), 1673 (2, one with no stop on rev.), 1675, o of carolvs over r (Cooke –, 730, 739, 747, 753; BMC 521, 522, 526, 528 var; S 3394) [5]. Second fair, others generally fine, BMC 526 and…

 

54.

BRITISH COINS William and Mary (1688-1694) Proof Halfpenny, 1694, in copper, figure of Britannia from a punch used for Charles II, no stop after britannia, edge plain, thin flan, 9.96g/12h (BMC 612 var). Smoothed, fine, very rare £100-150 Footnote Provenance: P.W. Lawrence Collection; bt…

 

55.

BRITISH COINS George V (1910-1936) James I, Third coinage, Halfgroat, mm. thistle, 0.82g/11h (N 2127; S 2671); together with other hammered and later coins (5), Charles I to Charles II [6]. First about very fine, others in varied state …

 

56.

BRITISH COINS George V (1910-1936) Charles II to Victoria, Halfcrowns (10), 1683, 1688, 1689, 1708 plumes, 1713 roses and plumes, 1714 roses and plumes, 1817 small head, 1820, 1826, 1901 [10]. Second removed from a mount and poor, others generally fine or better £300-400 Footnote …

 

57.

WORLD COINS Germany Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, Karl II, 10 Thalers, 1828cvc (KM. 1115; F 742). Surfaces rather hairlined and a few minute rim nicks, otherwise nearly extremely fine; in attractive contemporary fitted case …

 

58.

EUROPÄISCHE MÜNZEN UND MEDAILLEN SCHWEDEN KÖNIGREICH Karl XI., 1660-1697. Silbermedaille 1693, unsigniert, von A. Karlsteen, auf die 100-Jahrfeier des Religionstreffens in Uppsala am 26. Februar. Schiff mit Kreuz am Heck und einer Fahne mit dem Monogramm Christi fährt in tosendem…

 

59.

DEUTSCHE MÜNZEN UND MEDAILLEN HESSEN HESSEN-KASSEL, LANDGRAFSCHAFT, SEIT 1803 KURFÜRSTENTUM Karl, 1670-1730. Silbermedaille 1704, von G. F. Nürnberger und M. Brunner, Nürnberg, auf die Eroberung von Trarbach und der Gräfenburg an der Mosel durch Erbprinz Friedrich von Hessen-Kassel (ab…

 

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HOCH- UND SPÄTMITTELALTER EUROPA ITALIEN VENEDIG Ludovico il Pio, 814-840. Denaro. 1,46 g. +DSCVSERVA RoMANo IMP Kreuz, in den Winkeln je eine Kugel//XPE SALVA VINECIAS Kirchengebäude. Biaggi 2748 (R5, dort unter Anonym, 875880); Depeyrot 1116 G (dort unter Ludwig II., 855875); Gamberini 4…

 

61.

DEUTSCHE SILBERMÜNZEN UND -MEDAILLEN WÜRTTEMBERG WÜRTTEMBERG-OELS, HERZOGTUM Sylvius Friedrich, 1664-1697. Reichstaler 1686 IN, Bernstadt, auf den Tod seiner Mutter Elisabeth Maria von Münsterberg-Oels. 26,95 g. Stempelschneider Johann Neidhard. Brustbild mit geblümtem Kleid und…

 

62.

Great Britain. Guinea, 1679. S. 3345; Fr-289; KM-440.2. Charles II, 1660-1685. Head right with Elephant and castle below. Reverse: Cross of four shields with scepter between. Moderate surface marks, cleaned, polished and removed from jewelry. Very Good. Estimated Value $400 -…

 

63.

Austria – Olmütz. Taler, 1706. Dav-1211; KM-378. Karl III Joseph. Bust right. Reverse: Crowned arms. Some surface corrosion and light cleaning. Toned. Extremely Fine. Estimated Value $200 -…

 

64.

Bolivia. 8 Reales, 1774-JR (Potosi). Eliz-12; KM-55. Charles III, 1759-1788. Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust of Charles III right. Reverse: Crowned Bourbon arms, flanked by bannered pillars. Sharply struck on both sides with reflective obverse fields and full original mint fresh luster. NGC…

1,700 USD 

 

65.

Chile. 8 Reales, 1768 So-A (Santiago). Eliz-15; WR-2; KM-18. 26.75 grams. Charles III, 1759-1788. Pillar coinage. Crowned Bourbon arms. Reverse: Crowned globes flanked by crowned and bannered pillars, over water. Bold, even strike, with excellent detail at globes and shield. Choice original…

 

66.

Great Britain. Medal, 1660. MI-460,53; Eimer-212. Silver 320 grams. 85.7 mm. by J. Roettier. Charles II. Restoration, ‘Felicitas Britanniae’. Armored and draped bust of King Charles II right. Reverse: Britannia seated beneath a cliff, receiving an olive-branch from Justice, standing before her…

 

67.

Great Britain. Embarkation at Scheveningen Medal, 1660. Med Ill. 455,44; Eimer-210. 70 mm. Silver medal consists of two cast embossed plates joined at the edge by a broad rim. Charles II, 1660-1685. Executed in Holland by Peter van Abeele, to commemorate the embarkation, on June 2, 1660, of…

 

68.

Great Britain. Medal, 1720. Woolf-38:1; MI-452, 60; Eimer-488. Bronze. 41.4 mm. by Otto Hamerani, Rome. Birth of Prince Charles. James (III), ‘Elder Pretender,’ and Princess Clementina. Conjoined busts of James and Clementina facing right. Reverse: Hercules takes the hand of Venus, attended by…

 

69.

Great Britain. Group of Miscellaneous: Edward II, Penny; Elizabeth I. Milled 6 Pence, 1562 (only 2 of date shows); Charles I. Shilling; Charles II 3 Pence, 1679; William III. 6 Pence, 1696Y (scratches); Anne. 4 Pence, 1710 and 2 Pence, 1710; George II. 6 Pence, 1757; George III. Shilling, 1787…

 

70.

World COLOMBIA, Colonial. Carlos III. King of Spain, 1759-1788. AV 2 Escudos (22mm, 6.76 g, 12h). Popayán mint. Dated 1783-SF. Armored and draped bust right, wearing Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece / Crowned coat-of-arms; all within Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece. ME 12522;…

 

71.

WORLD GOLD COINS MEXICO. Escudo, 1775-FM. Charles III (1759-88). Fr-36; KM-118.2. Sharply struck and very attractive.NGC AU-58. Estimate: 600…

 

72.

WORLD CROWNS & MINORS GREAT BRITAIN. Kings and Queens of England Medals, 1830. 40 mm; BHM-1437. 31 Pieces in lot. By Sir Edward Thomason after Jean Dassier. Struck in silvered white metal. Partial set includes William the Conqueror, Stephen, Richard I, Henry II, John, Henry III, Edward II,…

 

73.

WORLD CROWNS & MINORS MEXICO. 8 Reales, 1762-66. Charles III (1759-88). KM-105. 5 Pieces in lot. Pillar 8 Reales with an example of each date from 1762 to 1766. A couple of pieces have been cleaned and/or polished. SOLD AS IS/NO RETURNS. GradesVERY FINE to EXTREMELY FINE. Estimate: 500…

 

74.

WORLD CROWNS & MINORS MEXICO. Mexico City. 8 Reales, 1772-89. Charles III (1759-88). KM-106.1 & 106.2a. 21 Pieces in lot. Bust 8 Reales comprised of examples from every year that this type was struck for Charles III. Including legend and assayer varieties, in particular inverted mint and assayer…

 

75.

WORLD CROWNS & MINORS MEXICO. Chihuahua. 8 Reales, 1805 (produced in 1810?). 23.81 gms. Colonial milled edge. Ferdinand VII (in the name of Charles IIII) (1808-21). KM-unlisted (see KM-123 for basic type); Cal-unlisted(see 89 for basic type); EL-unlisted (see page 199 for basic type). This…

 

76.

WORLD CROWNS & MINORS PERU. 8 Reales, 1762-71. Charles III (1759-88). KM-A64.1/.2 & 64.2. 6 Pieces in lot. Pillar 8 Reales, 1762, ’64, ’67-’69 and ’71. The 1762 and 1764 are of the double dot variety. A few pieces have minor scratches, one has some graffiti. SOLD AS IS/NO RETURNS. Average…

 

77.

WORLD CROWNS & MINORS MIXED LOTS. Exploratory Group of Bronze Medals, 30 Pieces in lot. Medals of France and Great Britain. Includes portrait pieces of French monarchs, writers, musicians, philosophers and a Holy Year of Pope Benedict XIV medal. British medals include eighteen pieces from Jean…

 

78.

WORLD COINS. MEXICO. Charles II, 1665-1700. Cob 8 Escudos, 1700-L (OXM). AV 27.06 g. Cal 31. F 2. Oval shaped with full date and mintmark. Quite well struck for this issue and thus extremely rare. Good very fine . Estimate: US$…

26,000 USD 

 

79.

Russian Coins & Historical Medals. Nicholas II, 1894-1917. Bicentenary of the Battle of Gangut Commemorative Rouble 1914 BC. Bit 337 (R2), Sev 4187 (RRR), Uzd 4202 I. Authenticated and graded by NGC MS 63. Steely lavender types set against a superb hematite gray on lustrous, reflective fields….

 

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GERMANY, Aachen (Stadt). AR Groschen (24mm, 1.90 g, 10h). Dated 1420 in mixed spelled-out and Roman numerals. · SCS : KΛROL : mΛ G : IPЄRΛTO’ * (double annulet stops), crowned half-length bust of Karl der Große (Charlemagne) facing slightly right, wearing mantum and holding city model and…

 

81.

GERMANY, Pfalz bei Rhein (Alte Kurlinie). Ludwig IV von Wittelsbach. 1436-1449. AR Groschen – Weißpfennig (25mm, 1.74 g, 10h). Bacharach mint. Dated 1448 in Roman numerals. · MOnЄ’ · nOVΛ · · BΛCҺ’ (rosette stops), coat-of-arms, with three smaller coats-of-arms around in trefoil…

 

82.

LOW COUNTRIES, Vlaanderen (Flanders [Provincie]). Karel de Stoute (the Bold). 1467-1477. AR Dubbel vuurijzer (26mm, 2.99 g, 4h). Brugge (Bruges) mint. Dated IΩΛ5 (1475). + KΛROLVS : DЄI : GRΛ : DVX : BVRG : CO : F : (double saltire stops), two lions rampant combatant; briquet above, sunburst…

 

83.

GERMANY, Erfurt (Stadt). Uniface AR Scherf (13mm, 0.14 g). Dated 9Ω (1494). Wheel with five spokes; 9Ω above / Incuse and reverse of obverse. Levinson I-313. Good VF, toned. Very rare. From the R. J. Weinstein Collection (purchased privately from Charles H. Wolfe III). Estimate: 750…

 

84.

GERMANY, Würzburg (Fürstbistum). Lorenz von Bibra. 1495-1519. AR Groschen (24mm, 2.11 g, 1h). Dated IΩ96 (1496). + LΛVRЄ · ЄPS’ · ҺЄRBn’ · FRΛ’ · DVX (annulet stops), garnished coat-of-arms; IΩ96 above / · SΛnCT’ · · KILIΛnVS (annulet stops), St. Kilian standing facing,…

 

85.

GERMANY, Sachsen-Ernestinische Linie (Kurfürstentum und Herzogtum). Friedrich III der Weise (the Wise), with Johann and Albrecht. 1486-1525. AR Zinsgroschen (26mm, 2.54 g, 10h). Schneeberg mint. Dated 98 (1498). FRI · ΛL · IO · D · G · DVCЄS · SΛXOn (saltire stops), coat-of-arms…

 

86.

CHILE, Colonial. Carlos III. King of Spain, 1759-1788. AV 8 Escudos (37mm, 27.01 g, 12h). Santiago mint. Dated 1788-DA. CAROL · III · D · G · HISP · ET IND · R ·, armored and draped bust right, wearing Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece; ·1788· below / IN · UTROQ · FELIX · ·…

 

87.

CHILE, Colonial. Carlos IV. King of Spain, 1788-1808. AV 8 Escudos (36mm, 26.99 g, 12h). Santiago mint. Dated 1798-DA. CAROL · IIII · D · G · HISP · ET IND · R ·, armored and draped bust right, wearing Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece; ·1798· below / IN · UTROQ · FELIX · ·…

 

88.

CHILE, Colonial. Carlos IV. King of Spain, 1788-1808. AV 8 Escudos (37mm, 26.98 g, 12h). Santiago mint. Dated 1799-DA. CAROL · IIII · D · G · HISP · ET IND · R ·, armored and draped bust right, wearing Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece; ·1799· below / IN · UTROQ · FELIX · ·…

 

89.

CHILE, Colonial. Carlos IV. King of Spain, 1788-1808. AV 8 Escudos (37mm, 27.07 g, 12h). Santiago mint. Dated 1806/5-FJ. CAROL · IIII · D · G · HISP · ET IND · R ·, armored and draped bust right, wearing Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece; ·1806/5· below / IN · UTROQ · FELIX ·…

 

90.

COLOMBIA, Colonial. Carlos III. King of Spain, 1759-1788. AV 2 Escudos (23mm, 6.72 g, 12h). Popayán mint. Dated 1768-J. · CAROLS · III · D · G · HISPAN · ET IND · REX · (flower stops), armored and draped bust right, wearing Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece; 1768 below / · NOMINA…

 

91.

COLOMBIA, Colonial. Carlos III. King of Spain, 1759-1788. AV 8 Escudos (37mm, 27.00 g, 12h). Nuevo Reino (Bogotá) mint. Dated 1760-JV. (flower) CAROLS × III × D × G × HISPAN × ET IND × REX (flower), armored and draped bust right, wearing Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece; 1760 below…

 

92.

COLOMBIA, Colonial. Carlos III. King of Spain, 1759-1788. AV 8 Escudos (38mm, 27.00 g, 12h). Popayán mint. Dated 1771-J. · CAROLS · III · D · G · HISPAN · ET IND · REX · (flower stops), armored and draped bust right, wearing Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece; 1771 below / (flower)…

 

93.

COLOMBIA, Colonial. Carlos III. King of Spain, 1759-1788. AV 8 Escudos (36mm, 26.98 g, 12h). Popayán mint. Dated 1788-SF. CAROL · III · D · G · HISP · ET IND · R ·, armored and draped bust right, wearing Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece; ·1788· below / IN · UTROQ · FELIX · ·…

 

94.

COLOMBIA, Colonial. Carlos IV. King of Spain, 1788-1808. AV 8 Escudos (35mm, 27.05 g, 12h). Popayán mint. Dated 1802-JF. CAROL · IIII · D · G · HISP · ET IND · R ·, armored and draped bust right, wearing Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece; ·1802· below / IN · UTROQ · FELIX · ·…

 

95.

MEXICO, Colonial. Carlos IV. King of Spain, 1788-1808. AV 8 Escudos (36mm, 27.00 g, 12h). Ciudad de México (Mexico City) mint. Dated 1802-FT. CAROL · IIII · D · G · HISP · ET IND · R ·, armored and draped bust right, wearing Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece; ·1802· below / IN ·…

 

96.

MEXICO, Colonial. Carlos IV. King of Spain, 1788-1808. AV 8 Escudos (36mm, 27.02 g, 12h). Ciudad de México (Mexico City) mint. Dated 1804-TH. CAROL · IIII · D · G · HISP · ET IND · R ·, armored and draped bust right, wearing Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece; ·1804· below / IN ·…

 

97.

MEXICO, Colonial. Carlos IV. King of Spain, 1788-1808. AV 8 Escudos (36mm, 27.03 g, 12h). Ciudad de México (Mexico City) mint. Dated 1805-TH. CAROL · IIII · D · G · HISP · ET IND · R ·, armored and draped bust right, wearing Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece; ·1805· below / IN ·…

 

98.

PERU, Colonial. Carlos III. King of Spain, 1759-1788. AV 8 Escudos (36mm, 26.93 g, 12h). Lima mint. Dated 1761-JM. · CAROLUS · III · D · G · HISPAN · ET IND · REX ·, armored and draped bust right, wearing Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece; 1761 below / NOMINA MAGNA SEQUOR, crowned…

 

99.

PERU, Colonial. Carlos III. King of Spain, 1759-1788. AV 8 Escudos (37mm, 26.91 g, 12h). Lima mint. Dated 1770-JM. CAROLUS · III · D · G · HISP · ET · IND · REX, armored and draped bust right, wearing Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece; ·1770· below / IN · UTROQ · FELIX · ·…

 

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100.

PERU, Colonial. Carlos III. King of Spain, 1759-1788. AV 8 Escudos (37mm, 26.95 g, 12h). Lima mint. Dated 1786-MI. CAROL · III · D · G · HISP · ET IND · R ·, armored and draped bust right, wearing Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece; ·1786· below / IN · UTROQ · FELIX · · AUSPICE…

1,800 USD 

 

 


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THAILAND, tektite, glassy meteorite, from Thailand, image about 90% of actual size, LEFT, $35.00 MIDDLE, $24.00 RIGHT, $24.00 sold

 

TURKEY, Abdul Mejid, 1839-61, gold 100 kurus K679 1255 AH year 23 ( 1861) VF $145.00 sold

 

TURKEY,Abdul Aziz, 1861-76, gold 20 kurus K696 1277 AH year 2 (1862) XF $155.00 sold

 

TURKEY, Mehmet V, 1909-18, gold 100 kurus K776 1327 AH year 9 (1917) XF $155.00 sold

 

 

A, 19th c., silver “pat” fingenail protector, ~75mm long, floral engraving with “double-coin” cutout at base, VF, minor broken element at cutout $13.00

 

CHINA, 19th c. token, Bs33, Bai Ge Tong Yuan / same, “100 ge (~1 decilitre) same as 1 (of these tokens),” with 2 c/ms: double circle & unread character each side & 6 cuts on edge, from Jiangsu, VG $35.00 sold

 

ABBASID, Al-Mansur, 753-775, silver dirham, Al-Basrah, 142 AH (759 AD), edge chip, aVF $13.00 sold

 

 

ABBASID, Al-Mansur, 753-775, silver dirham, Al-Basrah, 143 AH (760 AD), cleaned F $15.50 sold

 

ABBASID, Al-Mansur, 753-775, silver dirham, Al-Basrah, 147 AH (764 AD), VF+ $24.00 sold

 

ABBASID, Al-Mansur, 753-775, silver dirham, Al-Kufah, 140 AH (757 AD), light clipping, aVF $17.50 sold 10/3/2007

 

ABBASID, Al-Mansur, 753-775, silver dirham, Madinat Al-Salaam (Baghdad), 151 AH (768 AD), F $16.00 sold

 

ABBASID, Al Mahdi, 775-85, silver dirham, Al-Muhammadiyya, 161 AH (778 AD), citing Ja’far, dents, cl G $11.00 sold

 

ABBASID, Al Mahdi, 775-85, silver dirham, Madinat Zaranj, 168 AH (785 AD), F $20.00 sold

 

ABBASID, Al-Rashid, 786-809, silver dirham, Balkh (in central Afghanistan), 187 AH (803 AD), VF/F $24.00 sold

Medal History One

Collections

Created By
Dr Iwan Suwandy,MHA

Copyright@2012

 

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ORDEN AUSLAND ALLGEMEIN

Los Nr.5004
Griechenland – Erinnerungskreuz
für das bayerische Hilfskorps. Bronze, grün lackiert, 33 x 33 mm (Romanoff 161).

Zustand: II Limit: 450 EURO  

680 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN AUSLAND ALLGEMEIN

Los Nr.5005
Freimaurer – fünf Bijoux und eine Medaille.
Bijou der Stephens Lodge Nr. 3089. Silber, vergoldet und emailliert mit Winkelmaß 1907/08. Bijou der Provinz Staffordshire 1907, Silber, emailliert, rs. lange Tragenadel. Bijou Nr. 3305 der Masters Lodge Buckinghamshire, Silber, vergoldet und emailliert. Altes, unbekanntes Bijou in Sternform mit rot-blauem Band, rs. Tragehaken, vergoldet. Bijou der Kölner Loge “Zum ewigen Dom”, sternförmig, vergoldet und emailliert, am hellblauen Halstrageband. Bronzemedaille der Wuppertaler Loge “Hermann zum Lande der Berge” zum 75-jährigen Bestehen der Loge 1890, Durchmesser 50 mm.

Zustand: II Limit: 160 EURO  

160 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN AUSLAND ALLGEMEIN

Los Nr.5006
Königreich beider Sizilien – Orden Franz I.
Ritterkreuz mit Krone. Silber vergoldet und emailliert. Die Kreuzarme teilweise gechipt, die Medaillons unbeschädigt. Silberpunzen. In Etui der Firma Lemaitre, Paris. Fertigung um 1860. Dazu Frankreich, Ritterkreuz Orden der Ehrenlegion (1830 – 48), Silber, die Medaillons Gold, mit zwei Miniaturen und Belgien, Leopold-Orden, Offizierskreuz mit Miniatur um 1900.

Zustand: II Limit: 500 EURO  

800 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN AUSLAND ALLGEMEIN

Los Nr.5007
Italien – Verdienstorden der Republik,
Stern zum Kommandeur 1.Klasse. Silber, teilvergoldet, emailliert (Zei 1423).

Zustand: I-II Limit: 280 EURO  

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ORDEN AUSLAND ALLGEMEIN

Los Nr.5008
FSR Jugoslawien – Orden des Volkshelden,
1. Stufe, verliehen am 27.11.1953 an Generalmajor Stevo. Vergoldete Ausführung, kleine Fehlstellen. In rotem Etui. Dazu die Verleihungsurkunde, Pergament mit anhängender, hölzerner Siegelkapsel. In geprägter, rot bezogener Dokumentenröhre.
Der Orden des Volkshelden wurde am 15.8.1943 gestiftet, der Entwurf stammt von Dorde Andrejevic-Kun.

Zustand: I- Limit: 1500 EURO    
 

 

 

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ORDEN AUSLAND ALLGEMEIN

Los Nr.5009
Kirchenstaat/Vatikan – zwei Bronzemedaillen
anlässlich der 25-Jahrfeier der Weihe Pius XII. zum Erzbischof 1942. Bronzemedaille, 90 mm und identische, kleinere Medaille, 59 mm, jeweils in rotem Verleihungsetui mit Wappen des Papstes. Dazu eine einseitige Bronzemedaille zum Andenken an den Kirchen-Kunsthistoriker Joseph Wilpert, Durchmesser 60 mm.

Zustand: I- Limit: 100 EURO  

100 EURO

 

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ORDEN AUSLAND ALLGEMEIN

Los Nr.5010
Kroatien – Sturm-Orden,
goldene Medaille. Vergoldet, rs. Schriftzug “Republika Hrvatska – Oluja”. Am Dreiecksband mit Interimsspange, im Verleihungsetui.

Zustand: I Limit: 80 EURO  

100 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN AUSLAND ALLGEMEIN

Los Nr.5011
Pakistan – Orden Quaid-I-Azam,
Halsdekoration 2.Klasse, datiert 10. Dezember 1970. Gold, 104 g, emailliert, rückseitig Gravur für den US-Botschafter “Benjamin H. Oehlert Jr. December 10, 1970”. Der Orden wurde 1957 vierklassig für zivile und militärische Verdienste gestiftet und kann auch an Ausländer verliehen werden.

Zustand: I Limit: 2000 EURO    
 

 

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ORDEN AUSLAND ALLGEMEIN

Los Nr.5012
Peru – Orden der Sonne von Peru,
Großkreuz. Bronze vergoldet, emailliert, rückseitig Herstellerbezeichnung “Casa Nacional de Moneda Lima-Peru”. An Schärpe mit Rosette.

Zustand: I-II Limit: 180 EURO    
 

 

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ORDEN AUSLAND ALLGEMEIN

Los Nr.5013
Polen – Auszeichnungskonvolut.
Orden Polonia Restituta 1944, Ritterkreuz (Zei 2364). Verdienstorden der Volksrepublik, Offizierskreuz “RP” (Zei 2377), Ritterkreuz “PRL” (Zei 2378), Bronzekreuz “RP”. KZ-Opferkreuz (Öse neu verlötet). Tschechoslowakei, Kriegskreuz 1918.

Zustand: II Limit: 80 EURO  

80 EURO

 

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ORDEN AUSLAND ALLGEMEIN

Los Nr.5014
Polen – sechs Auszeichnungen/Abzeichen.
Erinnerungsabzeichen für die Internierten des poln. Hilfskorps in Ungarn 1918, Nr. 4340, Messing versilbert. Tapferkeitskreuz 1920, Kupfer, 44 mm. Medaille “3. Maj 1925”, Silber, Nr. 8190. Medaille “POLSKA SWEMU OBRONCY” 1945, Messing, dazu die Miniatur an Band. Miniatur des Unabhängigkeitskreuzes 1930, Bronze vergoldet und teilemailliert. Außerdem vier Mützenadler, drei mit Schraubscheibe, teils mit Herstellerbez.

Zustand: II Limit: 350 EURO  

verkauft

 

 

 

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ORDEN AUSLAND ALLGEMEIN

Los Nr.5015
VR. Rumänien – sieben Auszeichnungen.
Orden “Stern der sozialist. Republik”, Stern der 5. Klasse, versilbert, Arbeits-Verdienstorden, 1. und 3. Klasse, jeweils versilbert, vergoldet und emailliert, Ehrenzeichen “20 Jahre Befreiung des Vaterlandes”, Bronze, Ehrenzeichen “40 Jahre Kommunistische Partei 1921 – 1961”, vergoldet, Medaille “Fünf Jahre Republik 1947/1952”, vergoldet und emailliert, Militärverdienst-Medaille, 1. Klasse, versilbert. Jeweils an Band oder Tragespange, in Etui.

Zustand: II Limit: 70 EURO    
 

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ORDEN AUSLAND ALLGEMEIN

Los Nr.5016
Sowjetunion – drei militärische Abzeichen.
Erinnerungsabzeichen “Khasan”, Russ.-Jap. Kriegszwischenfall 1938, vergoldet und emailliert. Abzeichen für den besten Richtschützen in der artill. Ausbildung um 1940, vergoldet und emailliert. Erstes Bestenabzeichen “RKKA” der Roten Armee 1939, vergoldet und emailliert. Rs. jeweils mit Schraubscheibe.

Zustand: II Limit: 200 EURO  

200 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN AUSLAND ALLGEMEIN

Los Nr.5017
Sowjetunion – Ordenskonvolut.
Ruhmesorden 2.Kl. Silber, Nr. “8688”, 3.Kl. Silber, Nr. “293741”. Tapferkeitsmedaille Nr. “471826” (Her.3.14.2). Medaille Verdienste im Kampf (Her.3.15.2). Orden d. Vaterländischen Krieges 3.Form, 1. und 2. Klasse (eine Schraubscheibe fehlt). Orden des Roten Sterns, Nr. “1584209” (Her. 2.22.2).

Zustand: II+ Limit: 150 EURO  

150 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN AUSLAND ALLGEMEIN

Los Nr.5018
Serbien – Abzeichen für Skijäger.
Bronzierte Buntmetallplatte mit aufgenietetem, versilbertem Wappenadler, Lorbeerkranz und Medaillon (mit bronzefarbenem Skijäger). Rs. zwei Schraubscheiben.

Zustand: II Limit: 650 EURO    
 

 

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ORDEN AUSLAND ALLGEMEIN

Los Nr.5019
Serbien – St. Sava-Orden.
Kommandeurskreuz 2.Typ ab 1915 (Heiliger im grünen Mantel). Silber, vergoldet, mit genähtem Halsband, in goldbedrucktem Verleihungsetui des Herstellers “Kovnica Sorlini Varazdin” (Zeige 3533).

Zustand: II Limit: 300 EURO  

420 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN BULGARIEN

Los Nr.5020
Großkreuzsatz “1300 Jahre Bulgarien”.
Bruststern, Durchmesser 9 cm, Gewicht 140 g, und Schärpendekoration, Durchmesser 7 cm, 102 g. Gold, Silber vergoldet und farbiges Email.
Seit ihrer Stiftung wurde diese Auszeichnung 128 mal verliehen.

Zustand: I- Limit: 750 EURO  

950 EURO

 

 

 

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ORDEN BULGARIEN

Los Nr.5021
Dimitroff-Nationalpreis.
Goldene Medaille an Tragespange, Gold 17,3 g (ohne Spange), mit Verleihungsetui. Selten.

Zustand: I Limit: 400 EURO  

520 EURO

 

 

 

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ORDEN BULGARIEN

Los Nr.5022
Botev-Preis,
gestiftet 1972. Goldmedaille an Tragespange, Gold 23,44 g (nur Medaille), im Verleihungsetui. Nur 18 Verleihungen, selten.

Zustand: I- Limit: 750 EURO  

verkauft

 

 

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ORDEN BULGARIEN

Los Nr.5023
Georgi Dimitroff-Orden.
Gold, emailliert, mit Pentagonalband. An Bandtragespange. Im braunen, goldbedruckten Original-Verleihungsetui.

Zustand: II Limit: 290 EURO  

verkauft

 

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ORDEN FRANKREICH

Los Nr.5024
Orden der Ehrenlegion,
Ritterkreuz aus der Zeit Napoleons III. (1852 – 1870). Silber, Gold und emailliert, winzige Emailchips.

Zustand: II Limit: 100 EURO  

320 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN FRANKREICH

Los Nr.5025
Landwirtschafts-Verdienstorden,
Ritterdekoration, Gold, emailliert, mit Band (Zei 814).

Zustand: II Limit: 80 EURO    
 

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ORDEN FRANKREICH

Los Nr.5026
St. Helena-Medaille,
1861. Bronze, privat vergoldet. Ohne Band.

Zustand: II Limit: 50 EURO  

verkauft

 

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ORDEN JAPAN

Los Nr.5027
Orden vom Goldenen Drachen,
7.Stufe, Silber, teilvergoldet mit Band, dazu die bedruckte Verleihungstüte.

Zustand: I- Limit: 360 EURO    
 

 

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ORDEN JAPAN

Los Nr.5028
Orden der aufgehenden Sonne,
6.Klasse, Silber, emailliert, mit Band, dazu die bedruckte Verleihungstüte.

Zustand: I- Limit: 350 EURO  

350 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN JAPAN

Los Nr.5029
Orden der aufgehenden Sonne,
7.Klasse, Silber, mit Band, dazu das bestoßene Verleihungsetui (schwarze Lackschachtel).

Zustand: II+ Limit: 80 EURO  

80 EURO

 

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ORDEN JAPAN

Los Nr.5030
Orden vom Heiligen Schatz,
5.Klasse, Silber, emailliert, mit Dreiecksband, Knopflochrosette und Lackschachtel, etwas bestoßen.

Zustand: I- Limit: 280 EURO  

320 EURO

 

 

 

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ORDEN JAPAN

Los Nr.5031
Zwei Auszeichnungen.
Orden vom Heiligen Schatz, 6.Klasse, Silber, 38 mm, emailliert, an Bandstück in leicht beschädigter Lackschachtel. Orden der aufgehenden Sonne, 7.Klasse, Silber, mit Band, in bestoßenem Verleihungsetui (schwarze Lackschachtel). Dazu schwarze, bestoßene Lackschachtel mit zwei länglichen, z.T. polierten und mit Schriftzeichen versehenen Steinen, einer mit Chip, 7,5 x 2 cm.

Zustand: II Limit: 280 EURO    
 

 

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ORDEN JAPAN

Los Nr.5032
Verdienstorden vom Roten Kreuz,
Silberner Verdienstorden. Silber, emailliert, Dreiecksband, Knopflochrosette, Lacketui.

Zustand: I- Limit: 180 EURO  

260 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN ÖSTERREICH – KAISERREICH

Los Nr.5033
Franz-Joseph-Orden,
Kommandeurskreuz. Gold, emailliert, punziert für Vincenz Mayer & Söhne Wien und Gämsenkopf “3 A” für 18 Karat Gold. An rotem, genähtem Halsband (Breite 5 cm). In goldbedrucktem Etui des Herstellers mit dunkelgrüner Samteinlage, rs. gestempelt “1908” (Marko 086).

Zustand: II Limit: 1300 EURO  

2800 EURO

 

 

 

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ORDEN ÖSTERREICH – KAISERREICH

Los Nr.5034
Zigarettenetui
mit der Darstellung des Militärverdienstkreuzes 3.Klasse mit KD in feinstem Grubenemail, ziseliert, handgemalt. Innenseite vergoldet, Widmungsgravur an den bayerischen Artilleriehauptmann Hans Butz (s.Nachlass desselben unter Ordensspangen) “Ihrem hochverehrten Kommandanten zur Erinnerung an die Dolomitenkämpfe. Die Offiziere der Batterie VIII F.K.R. 41 Oktober 1915”. Silberstempel “935”, Gewicht 122 g, 93 x 75 mm.

Zustand: I-II Limit: 280 EURO  

380 EURO

 

 

 

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ORDEN ÖSTERREICH – KAISERREICH

Los Nr.5035
Luftfahrerabzeichen,
1917. Bronze, vergoldet und emailliert. Monogramm Kaiser Karls I. Rückseitige Klammern und Herstellerbezeichnung “J. Zimber Wien VII”.

Zustand: I-II Limit: 800 EURO  

1500 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN ÖSTERREICH – KAISERREICH

Los Nr.5036
Ordensspange,
achtteilig in österreichischer Dreiecksbandausführung. Silberne Tapferkeitsmedaille 1.Klasse, Kaiser Karl, versilbert (Feilspur). Silberne Tapferkeitsmedaille 2.Klasse mit Wiederholungsspange auf dem Band und bronzene Tapferkeitsmedaille, jeweils Franz Joseph. Eisernes Verdienstkreuz mit der Krone 1916, am Kriegsband. Kaiser-Karl-Tuppenkreuz. Verwundetenmedaille am Band für dreimalige Verwundung. Medaille für Österreich 1914/18. Ungarn Medaille 1914/18 für Kämpfer. Rs. große Sicherheitsnadel.

Zustand: II Limit: 120 EURO  

150 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN ÖSTERREICH – KAISERREICH

Los Nr.5037
Ordensspange,
fünfteilig. DR, Medaille 1.10.1938, Verwundetenmedaille am Band für einmalige Verwundung, Kaiser-Karl-Truppenkreuz, Bronzemedaille 1848 – 1898 “50 Jahre reich an Taten”, versilberte Medaille zur Erinnerung an den 70. Geburtstag Kaiser Franz Josephs 1900. Rs. drei Haken zur Uniformbesfestigung.

Zustand: II Limit: 100 EURO    
 

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ORDEN ÖSTERREICH – KAISERREICH

Los Nr.5038
Auszeichnungskonvolut.
Militärverdienstkreuz 3.Kl. KD mit Band, im Verleihungsetui, rs. gechipt. Eisernes Verdienstkreuz mit Krone. Signum Laudis-Medaille am Band (FJI). Tapferkeitsmedaille in Bronze (FJI). Signum Memoriae 1898. Karl-Truppenkreuz. 1.Republik, Ritterkreuz 1.Klasse, im Etui, Band fehlt.

Zustand: II/II-III Limit: 120 EURO  

160 EURO

 

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ORDEN ÖSTERREICH – KAISERREICH

Los Nr.5039
Medaillenkonvolut.
Feldzugmedaille Dänemark (Marko 359a). Kriegsmedaille 1873 (Marko 364b), Jubiläums-Erinnerungsmedaille (Marko 396), Jubiläumskreuz 1908 für Zivil (Marko 403). Karl-Truppenkreuz (Marko 419a), Weltkriegserinnerungsmedaille (Marko 551), Kreuz der Österr. Ehrenlegion. Ungarische Weltkriegserinnerungsmedaille mit Schwertern. Luftfahrerabzeichen 1917, sehr qualitätvolle Sammleranfertigung. Vier Signum-Laudis-Medaillen, Franz-Joseph, silbern, versilbert (Marko 146b), in Bronze, vergoldet (Marko 148b), Kaiser Karl Erinnerungsmedaille in Silber und Bronze (Marko 148/149a).

Zustand: II Limit: 120 EURO  

260 EURO

 

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ORDEN ÖSTERREICH – KAISERREICH

Los Nr.5040
20 Auszeichnungen:
Medaille Elisabeth-Orden, Ehrenzeichen vom Roten Kreuz 2.Klasse, Verdienstkreuz in Silber. Zwei große (FJ) und zwei kleine (FJ und Karl) Tapferkeitsmedaillen in Silber, sowie eine kleine in Bronze (FJ). Militärdienstzeichen für Offiziere für 25 Jahre, Erinnerungskreuz 1912/13, zwei Erinnerungsmedaillen 1898, Bosnische Erinnerungsmedaille, zwei Weltkriegserinnerungsmedaillen, Medaille Landesverteidigung von Tirol, Medaille zum 70. Geburtstag, Medaille Jubiläum 1848 – 1898, kleine, silberne Verdienstmedaille der Republik. Sowie preußische Kriegsdenkmünze 1864. Jeweils Emailschäden, teils am falschen Band.

Zustand: II/III Limit: 250 EURO  

460 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN ÖSTERREICH – KAISERREICH

Los Nr.5041
20 Auszeichnungen:
Militärverdienstkreuz 3.Klasse mit KD im Etui, Verdienstkreuz in Gold mit bzw. ohne Krone, Ehrenmedaille in Bronze vom Roten Kreuz mit bzw. ohne KD, zwei Kriegsmedaillen 1973, zwei Militärverdienstmedaillen (FJ) in Bronze, Militärdienstzeichen für 6 bzw. 12 Jahre, Ehrenmedaille 25 Jahre Feuerwehr, zwei Jubiläumskreuze 1908, zwei Karl Truppen Kreuze und drei Verwundetenmedaillen. Emailschäden, teils mit nicht dazugehörigem Band.

Zustand: II-/III Limit: 250 EURO  

440 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN ÖSTERREICH – KAISERREICH

Los Nr.5042
Konvolut Auszeichnungen.
Orden der Eisernen Krone, 3.Klasse mit Kriegsdekoration (linkes Eichenlaub fehlt), am Dreiecksband im goldgeprägten Etui der Juweliere Roszet & Fischmeister Wien (Marko 074), Militärverdienstkreuz 3.Klasse mit Kriegsdekoration, rs. Medaillon fehlt, am Dreiecksband im goldgeprägtem Etui (Marko 134f), Militärverdienstmedaille FJI in Bronze, am roten Band im goldgeprägten Etui (Marko 148b). Serbien, St. Sava-Orden, V.Klasse, Silber emailliert, am Dreiecksband, im blauen Etui. Zwei Medaillen “Signum Memoriae” und zwei Feldspangen. Die Etuis leicht bestoßen, eines mit Wasserflecken.

Zustand: II-III Limit: 420 EURO  

1250 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN ÖSTERREICH – KAISERREICH

Los Nr.5043
Zwölf Kappenabzeichen.
Abzeichen Franz Joseph I. mit Eichenlaub, vergoldet. 11.Armee, “Mit vereinter Kraft” Weltkrieg 1914/15. I.Armee “Weihnachten im Felde 1914”. 4.Armee “Feldzug 1914 – 15”. Isonzo-Armee 1915. IV.Korps Arz, z.T. emailliert. IR 59, Schild 1914 – 16, roter Rand. Heeresgruppe Bosnien, Herzegowina 1916. Landwehr Inf.Rgt. 10, 1914 – 16. K.u.K. Kraftfahrtruppe im Weltkriege. Abzeichen Karl I. 1914 – 1917. Wiedersehensfeier des Edelweiß-Korps Scharding, August 1925.

Zustand: II Limit: 200 EURO  

320 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN RUMÄNIEN – KÖNIGREICH

Los Nr.5044
Kreuz der Königin Maria,
2.Klasse aus dem Besitz eines deutschen Stabsarztes. Silber vergoldet, der rechte Kreuzarm mit rumänischen Punzen. Am originalen Band, im weißen, goldgeprägten Etui. Dazu “Auf den Straßen des Sieges, Erlebnisse mit dem Führer in Polen”, Dr. Otto Dietrich, 1941, bebildert.

Zustand: II Limit: 250 EURO  

280 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN RUMÄNIEN – KÖNIGREICH

Los Nr.5045
Flugzeugführerabzeichen.
Buntmetall versilbert mit aufgelegtem, emailliertem Wappenschild, Sicherheitsverschluss.

Zustand: II Limit: 180 EURO  

220 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN RUMÄNIEN – KÖNIGREICH

Los Nr.5046
Auszeichnungskonvolut.
Orden vom Stern Rumäniens 1.Typ, Offizierskreuz, Bronze vergoldet, emailliert mit Band (Zei 2675). Kronenorden 2.Typ, Ritterkreuz mit Band (Zei 2737). Medaille Kreuzzug gegen den Kommunismus. Volksrepublik, Militärverdienstorden 2.Kl. (Zei 2865).

Zustand: II Limit: 80 EURO  

180 EURO

 

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ORDEN RUSSLAND – ZARENREICH

Los Nr.5047
Orden vom Weißen Adler – gestickter Bruststern
um 1840. Fein gestickte Ausführung in silbervergoldetem Lahn, vergoldeten Silberfäden und Pailletten. Rückseitige Abdeckung aus weißem Leder. Durchmesser 82 mm. In zeitgenössischem, zugehörigem, goldgeprägtem, rotem Lederetui mit heller Fütterung in Samt und Seide. Vermutlich geliefert von Kämmerer und Keibel, von 1836 – 1841 offizieller Lieferant der kaiserlichen Ordenskanzlei. In unberührtem Zustand.

Zustand: I Limit: 3500 EURO  

34000 EURO

 

 

 

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ORDEN RUSSLAND – ZARENREICH

Los Nr.5048
Orden St. Alexander Newsky – gestickter Bruststern
um 1840. Fein gestickte Ausführung in Silberlahn, Silberfäden und Pailletten. Rückseitige Abdeckung aus weißem Leder. Durchmesser 82 mm.

Zustand: II Limit: 3000 EURO  

9000 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN RUSSLAND – ZARENREICH

Los Nr.5049
St. Stanislaus-Orden,
Schärpe zur 1.Klasse, 11 cm breites Seidenripsband, genäht mit vergoldetem Karabinerhaken. Getragenes Original.

Zustand: II Limit: 200 EURO  

2100 EURO

 

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ORDEN RUSSLAND – ZARENREICH

Los Nr.5050
Kammerherrenschlüssel
aus der Regierungszeit Katharina II. der Großen 1762 – 1796. Bronze, vergoldet, Vergoldung berieben, über dem massiven Schaft gebrochen, der Schaft mit dem Bart unsachgemäß seitenverkehrt zusammengefügt. Länge 19,7 cm.

Zustand: II Limit: 500 EURO  

17000 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN RUSSLAND – ZARENREICH

Los Nr.5051
Akademieabzeichen für Ingenieure
des Instituts für Eisenbahntechnik. Miniatur, 22 x 27 mm, Silber mit Schraubscheibe (Patrikeev/Bojnovich 1.1.12).

Zustand: II Limit: 150 EURO  

200 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN RUSSLAND – ZARENREICH

Los Nr.5052
Spendenbeleg
des Vereins zur Wiederaufrichtung der Flotte, 1905. Silberanhänger, darauf Anker und Flaggen farbig emailliert, Aufschrift, 27 x 17 mm, rückseitig Feingehaltspunze “84” und Silberschmiedemarke “DO” für Dimitri Osipov.

Zustand: I-II Limit: 150 EURO  

180 EURO

 

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ORDEN RUSSLAND – ZARENREICH

Los Nr.5053
Schildförmiger Jeton
mit Öse und Tragering. Silber, vs. reliefierter Schriftzug “Kornilowtsy”, darunter erhabener Totenkopf über gekreuzten Schwertern, flammender Granate und “1917 – 1918”, rs. Silberpunze für “84” zolotniki. Größe 23 x 32 mm, Gewicht 4,7 g.

Zustand: II Limit: 150 EURO  

7200 EURO

 

 

 

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ORDEN RUSSLAND – ZARENREICH

Los Nr.5054
Spottmedaille 1914.
Bronze, vs. Kopfrelief Nikolaus II. Rs. Schriftzüge “Zum Einzug in Berlin 1914”. Dazu Artikel in der Schlesischen Zeitung vom 20.10.1914, Verwahrung gegen diese Plakette die das Bildnis des Zaren trägt die besonders in Berlin vertrieben wurde. Sie stelle eine Bloßstellung des deutschen Vaterlandes dar.

Zustand: II Limit: 120 EURO  

350 EURO

 

 

 

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ORDEN SPANIEN

Los Nr.5055
Ordensgruppe eines französischen Grafen
in schön gearbeiteter Schatulle aus Palisanderholz. Der Deckel mit Neusilbereinfassung und eingearbeitetem gräflichem Wappen mit Darstellung der verliehenen Orden in Boulle-Technik. Auf der Einfassung Herstellergravur “P. Sormani, Rue Charlot 10 Paris”. Im Inneren, mit blauem Samt und Seide ausgeschlagen, ein herausnehmbarer Einlegeboden mit eingearbeiteten Fächern für die Auszeichnungen. In den Fächern folgende Auszeichnungen: Königreich Spanien, Orden Carlos III. Kommandeurskreuz 1.Klasse mit Bruststern. Das Kreuz in Gold, emailliert, 22,1 g, der Bruststern zum Kommandeurskreuz Silber brillantiert mit goldenem, emailliertem Medaillon, rs. zwei Tragehaken, spitz zulaufende Nadel, das Medaillon bezeichnet “Nr. 46 Kretly Palais Royal Paris”, 61 g. Orden Isabella la Catolica, Kommandeurskreuz mit Bruststern. Kreuz, Silber, vergoldet und emailliert, Schriftreif des Medaillons mit minimalen Haarrissen, 38 g, Bruststern zum Kommandeurskreuz, Silber brillantiert, das vergoldete, emaillierte Medaillon mit Chiffre Ferdinands VII., rs. vergoldet mit zwei Tragehaken und geschwungener, punzierter Nadel, Medaillon bezeichnet “Halley Palais Royal Paris”, 56 g. Mexiko, Orden unserer lieben Frau von Guadeloupe, 2.Modell 1863 – 1867, Offizierskreuz, eingeführt 1865 für zivile Verdienste “Al Merito y Virtudes”, Silber, vergoldet und emailliert, am Band mit Rosette, 22 g. Frankreich, Orden der Ehrenlegion, Ritterkreuz (spätere Ausgabe) mit zwei Knopflochrosetten für das Offizierskreuz (nicht vorhanden). Dabei konfektioniertes Doppelhalsband mit zwei Trageringen für die Kommandeurskreuze und Vierfach-Barettband in den Farben der Auszeichnungen. Unter dem Einlegeboden die genähten Schärpen zu den Kommandeurskreuzen 1.Klasse, des Ordens Carlos III. und des Ordens Isabella la Catolica. Sehr schöne Ordensgruppe in exzellenter Aufbewahrungsschatulle. Breite 29,5 cm, Tiefe 29,5 cm, Höhe 11 cm. Der Schlüssel fehlt.

Zustand: II+ Limit: 2500 EURO  

5300 EURO

 

 

 

 

 

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ORDEN SPANIEN

Los Nr.5056
Orden vom Joch und den Pfeilen,
1943 – 1975. Bruststern zum Großoffizierskreuz. Vergoldet und emailliert, rs. Nadel und zwei Steckhaken (C. Zeige 3965).

Zustand: II Limit: 300 EURO  

verkauft

 

 

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ORDEN SPANIEN

Los Nr.5057
Militär-Verdienstorden.
Kreuz 1.Klasse der roten Abteilung, vergoldet und emailliert. An Bandstück. Zeit der Franco-Regierung.

Zustand: II Limit: 50 EURO  

70 EURO

 

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ORDEN SPANIEN

Los Nr.5058
Abzeichen “Merito Penitenciario”.
Silber, teils emailliert. Feingehaltspunze “925”. 79 g. An gelb/roter Kordel.

Zustand: I- Limit: 130 EURO    
 

 

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ORDEN SPANIEN

Los Nr.5059
Akademieabzeichen.
Tombak vergoldet, bunt emailliert. Vs. spanisches Staatswappen aus der Franco-Zeit, rs. blaues Medaillon mit Inschrift “His Praevide et Provide – 8”. Das wappenförmige Medaillon an Blattkrone. Dazu zwei goldene Tragekordeln.

Zustand: II+ Limit: 150 EURO    
 

 

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ORDEN VEREINIGTE STAATEN VON AMERIKA

Los Nr.5060
entfällt

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ORDEN VEREINIGTE STAATEN VON AMERIKA

Los Nr.5061
NASA Outstanding Leadership Medal.
Bronze. Auszeichnung am Band, Miniatur, Bandspange und Knopflochminiatur, im Verleihungsetui.

Zustand: I Limit: 160 EURO    
 

 

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ORDEN VEREINIGTE STAATEN VON AMERIKA

Los Nr.5062
NASA Exceptional Engineering Achievement Medal.
Bronze. Auszeichnung am Band, Miniatur, Bandspange und Knopflochminiatur, im Verleihungsetui.

Zustand: I Limit: 160 EURO    
 

 

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ORDEN VEREINIGTE STAATEN VON AMERIKA

Los Nr.5063
NASA Equal Employment Opportunity Medal.
Bronze. Auszeichnung am Band, Miniatur, Bandspange und Knopflochminiatur, im Verleihungsetui.

Zustand: I Limit: 160 EURO    
 

 

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ORDEN VEREINIGTE STAATEN VON AMERIKA

Los Nr.5064
Drei Auszeichnungen.
Army Distinguished Service Cross. Navy and Marine Corps Distinguished Service Medal. Miniatur (25 mm) Legion of Merit, Officer mit Miniaturbandauflage.

Zustand: I Limit: 50 EURO  

50 EURO

 

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ORDEN BADEN

Los Nr.5065
Dienstauszeichnung
für 25 Dienstjahre der Unteroffiziere und Soldaten, Schnalle 1831 – 1868. Vergoldet, rs. Bandsteg mit Herstellerbezeichnung “I. Teuber”, ohne Nadel (OEK 305). Provenienz: Sammlung Dr. Söllner.

Zustand: II Limit: 240 EURO  

300 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN BADEN

Los Nr.5066
Fünf Auszeichnungen.
Erinnerungskreuz 1870/71 für freiwillige Krankenpflege (OEK 299). Felddienstauszeichnung (OEK 278). Gedächtnismedaille für 1849 (OEK 298). Dienstauszeichnung, Schnalle für IX Jahre 1868 – 1913 und Schnalle der Landwehr 1877 – 1913. Zusammen auf einem Bandstück ohne Blech (OEK 312/316). Z.T. an Bandstücken. Provenienz: Sammlung Dr. Söllner.

Zustand: II Limit: 160 EURO  

verkauft

 

 

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ORDEN BADEN

Los Nr.5067
Drei Auszeichnungen.
Silberne Verdienstmedaille Großherzog Friedrich I., 1882 – 1908, Silber, rs. kleine Fehlstelle (OEK 209). Silberne Verdienstmedaille Großherzog Friedrich II., 1916 – 1918, Kriegsmetall (OEK 215). Verdienstmedaille des bad. Helfer- und Sammlervereins 1918, Kriegsmetall. Provenienz: Sammlung Dr. Söllner.

Zustand: II-II- Limit: 80 EURO  

80 EURO

 

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ORDEN BAYERN

Los Nr.5068
Kammerherrenschlüssel
aus der Regierungszeit des Prinzen Luitpold bzw. des Prinzen Ludwig (1886 – 1914). Silber, vergoldet, am Bart Silbermarke “800” und Silberschmiedemarke “G. Weishaupt”. Silbernes Portepee aus Lahnstickerei mit goldgestickter Krone im Zentrum der Rosette. Portepee nur mäßig gedunkelt.
Vgl. S. Duwe, “Erzkämmerer, Kammerherren und ihre Schlüssel”, S. 183.

Zustand: II+ Limit: 1500 EURO  

1500 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN

Los Nr.5069
Theresien-Orden,
1827 – 1923. Ordenskreuz, Gold und Email (minimale Chips). Halbhohle, goldene Krone, rs. Herstellerpunze “EQ”. An kleiner Bandschleife (OEK 445).

Zustand: II Limit: 1200 EURO  

1200 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN

Los Nr.5070
Ehrenkreuz des St. Annen-Ordens,
1783 – 1918. Kreuz des Münchner Stifts. Gold und Email (kleine Haarrisse), an genähter Bandschleife (OEK 447).

Zustand: II Limit: 1300 EURO    
 

 

 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN

Los Nr.5071
Militär-Verdienstorden,
Kreuz 4.Klasse mit Krone und Schwertern. Silber, Gold, emailliert, linker Kreuzarm beidseitig nachemailliert. Agraffe mit Hersteller- und Feingehaltspunze. An Bandstück (OEK 412).

Zustand: II- Limit: 320 EURO  

380 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN

Los Nr.5072
Militär-Verdienstorden,
Kreuz 4.Klasse mit Schwertern. Silber, Gold, emailliert. Agraffe mit Hersteller- und Feingehaltspunze “J.L. 950”. An kurzem Bandstück (OEK 410).

Zustand: II Limit: 180 EURO  

190 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN

Los Nr.5073
Drei Militär-Verdienstkreuze,
2.Klasse, 3.Form 1913 – 1918. Kreuz mit Krone und Schwertern, ein Kreuz mit und eines ohne Schwerter, jeweils versilbert, mit kurzen Bandstücken. (OEK 428/29/30).

Zustand: II Limit: 150 EURO  

170 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN

Los Nr.5074
Veteranen-Denkzeichen
für die Feldzüge 1790 – 1812, verliehen 1848. Bronze, geschwärzt mit Teilvergoldung, an Bandstück (OEK 506). Militär-Denkzeichen für 1813, 1814, 1815 für Offiziere und Mannschaften, 1817 – 1818, Bronze, schwarz-grün lackiert (OEK 508).

Zustand: II Limit: 120 EURO  

150 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN

Los Nr.5075
Zwei Jubiläumsmedaillen
für die bayerische Armee 1905. Goldene Jubiläumsmedaille mit Krone und den Jahreszahlen “1839 – 1909”, vergoldet, an Einzeltragespange (OEK 518/1). Jubiläumsmedaille in Bronze, an Bandstück (OEK 517).

Zustand: II Limit: 150 EURO  

150 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN

Los Nr.5076
Sechs Dienstauszeichnungen.
Dienstauszeichnung, Kreuz 2.Klasse ab 1906, Kreuz 1.Klasse der Unteroffiziere für 15 Jahre, Medaillen 2. und 3.Klasse für 12 und 9 Jahre, Landwehr-Dienstauszeichnung, Medaille 2.Klasse 1913 – 1918. Jeweils am Band (OEK 526/30/31/32/35). Dabei Luitpoldkreuz für 40 Dienstjahre im Staats- und Gemeindedienst, 1911 – 1918 (OEK 471).

Zustand: II Limit: 180 EURO    
 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN

Los Nr.5077
Nachlassgruppe
des Wilhelm von Grandjean. Militärdenkzeichen 1813/14, Bronze vergoldet, grün lackiert, an 23 cm langem Band, extrem schönes Exemplar (OEK 508). Dazu zeitgenössische, handschriftliche Notiz über die Stiftung des Militärdenkzeichens. Dazu goldene Miniatur des portugiesischen Christusordens, Gold, emailliert, 10 x 21 mm, sehr feine Arbeit, kleine Emailchips, an 40 mm breitem Band sowie Verleihungsetui aus rotem Saffianleder mit goldgeprägter Zierkante (20 x 7,5 cm) und Übersendungsschreiben mit blindgeprägtem Staatssiegel. Dazu eine Quittung von 1843. Das Ganze in einem beschrifteten, zeitgenössischen Umschlag.

Zustand: I/II Limit: 1000 EURO    
 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN

Los Nr.5078
18 Auszeichnungen
und Abzeichen. Zweiteilige Ordensspange, EK 1914, 2.Klasse und Frontkämpferehrenkreuz, zwei Feldspangen, drei Militär-Verdienstkreuze 3.Klasse, Kreuz mit Krone und Schwertern, eines mit und eines ohne Schwerter, jeweils in bestoßenen Etuis, König-Ludwig-Kreuz, Hochzeitsmedaille 1921, fünf Feuerwehrauszeichnungen, Kreuz “Treu dem Regiment”, 1.InfRgt. “König”. Kriegervereins-Ehrenzeichen “In Treue Fest”, jeweils mit Bändern. Brosche mit Matrosenbild 1.WK, Medaille Kriegerverein Prien, Abzeichen der Kavallerie-Vereinigung Straubing und des Reserve-InfRgts. 17 Augsburg.

Zustand: II Limit: 320 EURO    
 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN

Los Nr.5079
Auszeichnungen,
Feldspangen und Bänder. Veteranen-Denkzeichen für die Feldzüge 1790 – 1812, verliehen 1848. Bronze patiniert, an Bandstück (OEK 506). Militär-Denkzeichen für 1813, 1814, 1815 für Offiziere und Mannschaften, 1817 – 1818, Bronze, an Bandstück (OEK 508). Drei Feldspangen, überwiegend bayer. Auszeichnungen. Bänder für Militär-Verdienstorden ab 1913, Dienstauszeichnungen, EK-Band, Doppelbänder EK und MVO u.a., Band für Kreuz der französischen Ehrenlegion u.a.

Zustand: II Limit: 200 EURO  

220 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN

Los Nr.5080
Drei Medaillen.
Prinzregent Luitpold-Medaille in Silber (versilbert) und Bronze, jeweils am roten Band (OEK 460/61). Medaille des Infanterie-Leib-Regiments den Verteidigern Tirols 1915, versilbert, am Dreiecksband.

Zustand: II Limit: 160 EURO  

verkauft

 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN – FREISTAAT

Los Nr.5081
Kronprinz Rupprecht.
Erinnerungszeichen an den 60. Geburtstag des Kronprinzen, 1929. Bronze, vergoldet, rs. Nadel und Jubiläumsdatum “18.5.1929”.

Zustand: II Limit: 100 EURO  

220 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN – FREISTAAT

Los Nr.5082
Feuerwehr-Ehrenkreuz
für 50 Dienstjahre des bayerischen Landesfeuerwehrausschusses 1925 – 1936. Silber, mit vergoldeter Krone und vergoldetem Mittelteil, blau emailliert, rechter Kreuzarm mit Feingehaltspunze “900”. An Einzelbandspange.

Zustand: II Limit: 220 EURO  

220 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN – FREISTAAT

Los Nr.5083
Bayerischer Verdienstorden,
Silber, vergoldet, emailliert. Im Verleihungsetui mit Halsband und den beiden Knopflochrosetten. Im Deckel Tintenspur.

Zustand: II Limit: 360 EURO  

380 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN – FREISTAAT

Los Nr.5084
Bayerischer Verdienstorden,
Silber, vergoldet, emailliert, im Verleihungsetui der Fa. Hemmerle München, an konfektioniertem Halsband mit Knopflochrosetten und 16 mm-Miniatur an Band mit Nadel. Dabei silberne Ehrennadel der CSU an gedrehter Nadel und bronzene Ehrenmedaille “Für Verdienste um die Kommunale Selbstverwaltung” des Bayerischen Staatsministeriums des Inneren, im Verleihungsetui. Durchmesser 5 cm.

Zustand: II Limit: 450 EURO    
 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN – FREISTAAT

Los Nr.5085
Ehrenzeichen
des Ministerpräsidenten für Verdienste im Ehrenamt. Silber, vergoldet und emailliert, an gedrehter Nadel mit Sicherungsschraube. Im Verleihungsetui der Fa. Hemmerle München.

Zustand: II+ Limit: 200 EURO  

verkauft

 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN – FREISTAAT

Los Nr.5086
Konvolut Ehrenzeichen
und ein Etui. Feuerwehr-Ehrenzeichen der Sonderstufe, vergoldet, emailliert und bemalt, rs. Längsnadel, dabei die Miniaturnadel. Feuerwehr-Ehrenzeichen in Gold für 40 Jahre, vergoldet, mit Band und Miniaturnadel, in bedruckter Tüte “40”. Ehrenzeichen für Verdienste um das Bayerische Rote Kreuz, Steckkreuz für Besondere Verdienste, vergoldet und emailliert, rs. Längsnadel. Verdienstmedaille der Wasserwacht des Bayerischen Roten Kreuzes in Gold, vergoldet und emailliert, rs. Längsnadel. Verleihungsetui der Fa. Hemmerle zum Bayerischen Verdienstorden.

Zustand: II Limit: 210 EURO  

verkauft

 

 

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ORDEN BAYERN – FREISTAAT

Los Nr.5087
Schwesternbrosche
des Säuglingsheimes Prinzessin Arnulf-Haus. Runde, silberne Brosche, im Zentrum plastisches Kinderportrait, umschrieben “Säuglingsheim Prinzessin Arnulf Haus”, rs. Querbroschierung und Feingehaltspunze “800”. Durchmesser 4 cm. Dazu drei Hebammenabzeichen. Brosche der Fachkräfte der Deutschen Hebammen, emailliert mit HK (HeHü 5803a). Allgemeiner Deutscher Hebammenverband (ADHV), silberne und goldene Verdienstbrosche (HeHü 5802bc).

Zustand: II Limit: 200 EURO    
 

 

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ORDEN BRAUNSCHWEIG

Los Nr.5088
Drei Medaillen.
Ehrenzeichen 1.Klasse, Medaille 1903 – 1918, Silber (OEK 604). Versilberte Medaille des InfRgt. 92 den Veteranen 1870/71, 1896, an gelb-blauem Band. Centenarmedaille Peninsula 1809 – 1909, vergoldet.

Zustand: II Limit: 150 EURO  

150 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN HANNOVER

Los Nr.5089
Gibraltar-Medaille 1785.
Silber, 49,4 g. Ursprünglich nicht tragbare Medaille, oben in den Rand gebohrtes Loch zur Befestigung einer Rahe mit Zapfen (OEK 741). Es gelangten 1311 Medaillen zur Verleihung.

Zustand: II-III Limit: 500 EURO  

540 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN HESSEN – DARMSTADT

Los Nr.5090
Urkunde zum Militär-Sanitätskreuz
für Dr. Wilhelm Oncken vom 8.5.1872 mit Blindprägesiegel und OU Ludwigs III. Gefaltet.

Zustand: II Limit: 200 EURO  

480 EURO

 

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ORDEN HOHENLOHE

Los Nr.5091
Hausorden von der Goldenen Flamme,
Bruststern ab 1757. Silberner, brillantierter Sternkorpus. Goldenes, aufgelegtes Ordenskreuz, fein gekörnte Kreuzarme, in den Winkeln der Kreuzarme Flammen. Medaillon dunkelblau emailliert, mit goldenem, in Zierschnitt aufgelegtem Wahlspruch “IN SENIO”. Rs. Medaillondeckel mit Firmenbezeichnung “F. Steinam-Hofjuwelier-Stuttgart”, taillierte, stumpfe Nadel. Gewicht 37,6 g, Durchmesser 65 mm (OEK 1017).

Zustand: II Limit: 1600 EURO  

1700 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN HOHENLOHE

Los Nr.5092
Hausorden von der goldenen Flamme,
Bruststern ab 1757. Silberner Sternkorpus. Schwach vergoldetes, aufgelegtes Ordenskreuz, fein gekörnte Kreuzarme, in den Winkeln der Kreuzarme Flammen. Medaillon dunkelblau emailliert, mit vergoldetem, in Zierschnitt aufgelegtem Wahlspruch “IN SENIO”, dieser mit Altschliffdiamanten verziert. Rs. zwei Steckhaken, taillierte, stumpfe Nadel, Medaillondeckel mit Firmenbezeichnung “J. Godet & Sohn – Königliche Hoflieferanten – Berlin”, Gewicht 81 g, Durchmesser 87 mm (OEK 1017). In rotem, leicht beschädigtem Etui mit blauer Seide und Samt ausgelegt.

Zustand: II Limit: 2000 EURO  

2000 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN HOHENZOLLERN

Los Nr.5093
Fürstlicher Hohenzollernscher Hausorden.
Ehrenkreuz 2. Klasse mit Krone und Schwertern seit 1866. Silber, vergoldet und emailliert (minimaler Chip unter der Kronenaufhängung). Fünfbügelige, halb gefütterte Krone mit rot emailliertem Futter, beweglich aufgehängt. Gewicht 24 g. An Bandstück.

Zustand: II Limit: 600 EURO  

660 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN HOHENZOLLERN

Los Nr.5094
Zwei Ehrenzeichen.
Silberne Medaille Bene Merenti, Fürst Friedrich 1927 – 1965, versilberte Bronze, an Bandstück (OEK 1055/3). Erinnerungskreuz des Bayerischen 22. Infanterie-Regiments “Fürst Wilhelm von Hohenzollern”, versilbert, am Band (OEK 1074).

Zustand: II Limit: 220 EURO  

220 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN SCHAUMBURG – LIPPE

Los Nr.5095
Kammerherrenschlüssel,
Ende 19. bis Anfang 20.Jhdt. Messing vergoldet, Länge 14 cm. Dazu ein Königlich Sächsischer Kammerherrenschlüssel 1904 – 1918, Bronze vergoldet, Teil des Schlüsselkopfes abgebrochen.

Zustand: I-/III Limit: 350 EURO  

420 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN MECKLENBURG – SCHWERIN

Los Nr.5096
Militär-Verdienstkreuz 1870
für Frauen. Bronze, vergoldet, querstehende, angelötete Öse, an Damenschleife (OEK 1345).

Zustand: II Limit: 180 EURO  

360 EURO

 

 

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ORDEN OLDENBURG

Los Nr.5097
Haus- und Verdienstorden von Herzog Peter Friedrich Ludwig,
Bruststern zum Goldenen Großkreuz mit der goldenen Krone. Silber, farbig emailliert, rs. vergoldet, geschwungene Nadel (OEK 1489). Gewicht 54 g.

Zustand: II Limit: 1000 EURO    
 

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4 responses to “DrIwan CD-ROM”The Investation Value Of Uniquecollection”

  1. I have a 1966 Scott Indonesia 695-704 The Heroes issues on 2 First Day Covers showing large military medals of a gold star with RI in the center. Also Pahlawan Revolusi . I have not found any information any where in the world. Can any one help me. Thanks Bronxleda@dishmail.net

    • Hallo Mr Tony steven.thanks for visit my web blog Driwancybermuseum,
      Thd Indonesian revolutionary Heoreos 1966 with medal to inaugirated the the horeos who died during the Communist evolt in ist october 1965, there were 5 general and one officier included the the chief of Indonesian national Army general Ahmad Yani, this revolt were stop by the next President General Suharto. I am sorry I had not write about this postal history because too many cover and stamps issued during this inflation era and the value very low, the best one are the postal history between 1970-1974 because that time very little postal history exist and the stamps and FDC also issued very short due to the the chief of Indonesian Phillately order Admiral Suryadarma ,the best Dai nippon Postal history collector at east Indonesia naval area,his collections bought by the japanese collectors Aoki but Aoki also passed away and his collection had sold in auctions.
      One day I will write the Sukarno and Suharto History collections if someone senior collectors asking me,the cost to write very expensive,but I have the complete collections from that era 1951-1965 and 1965-1975.
      If you want to know ,you must subscribed as premium member via comment. This one informations free,but another info you must be the premium memeber
      sincerely
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