American Society of Polar Philatelists Auction #90 - Closes March 15, 2007

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF POLAR PHILATELISTS
NINETIETH  MAIL AUCTION
Bid early; in case of tie bids, the earliest postmark or email timestamp, wins. Lots will be sold to the highest bidder at slight advance over the second highest bid. PLEASE NOTE!!! Non-ASPP members may bid, but will only win a lot if no ASPP members bid on it. Non-member bidders are encouraged to join ASPP. Photocopies of lots are $1.00 for three pages to US addresses, $2.00 for three pages to addresses outside the US. JPEG images of lots will be emailed in response to reasonable requests -- within a day if possible, but please allow 7 days! Payment for lots is to be made within 10 days after notification of successful bids. Send bids to: Chris Jenner, 540 Spruce Tree Dr., Cary, IL, 60013, USA. Fax bids to 1-208-330-6530. Email bids to cjenner00@yahoo.com. Unsold lots are available for purchase for 45 days after the auction close, at the midpoint of the estimate range (e.g. $15.00 for E) or the border of the estimate, if a letter range is estimated (e.g. $4.00 for B-C). This catalog and scans of some lots are available on the Web at http://www.chrisjenner.org/ASPP/asppauc90.htm
CLOSING DATE FOR BIDS IS: MARCH 15, 2007
ABBREVIATIONS ESTIMATED VALUES Bid Increments
Ant Antarctic ODF Operation Deep Freeze A $1.00 - $2.00 $0.25
auto autograph OE oversize envelope B $2.00 - $4.00 $0.25
BS backed stamped PC post card C $4.00 - $7.00 $0.50
cc corner card PE printed envelope D $7.00 - $10.00 $0.50
cds circular date stamp pict pictorial cancel E $10.00 - $20.00 $1.00
ESE European size envelope PS postal stationery F $20.00 - $40.00 $2.00
Exp Expedition R registered G $40.00 - $75.00 $2.00
FDC First Day Cancel S/COB slit/cut open at bottom H $75.00 - & up $5.00
HC Hand Cancel S/COE slit/cut open at end
K cachet S/COT slit/cut open at top
L&L latitude and longitude sign includes signature
LK line cachet Sta station
LSE legal size envelope SOE just over 6 3/4 size
MC Machine Cancel TF Task Force
LOT VALUE
----- SPECIAL SECTION A:  FROM BYRD ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION II EXHIBIT OF AN INTERNATIONAL COLLECTOR -----
1 Boston Navy Yard Jan 19, 1934, Gibson K of engraving commem. landing at Bay Of Whales, T.F.Gibson sign. on reverse F
2 Little America Jan 31, 1934 mc w/7 waves, PE w/ Parsons K for FDC, BS Hyattsville MD Jun 2, 1934 F
3 Little America Jan 31, 1934 mc w/6 waves evident, PE w/ map K for FDC, S/COT E
4 lot of three covers, each Little America Jan 31, 1934 mc w/6 waves, each w/ 3LK “…delayed for one year…”, each w/ BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received, one has block of 4, two have dif. Ks, one S/COT, 2 w/glue stains on reverse F
5 Little America Jan 30, 1934 hc w/ short bars, Captain English K and sign. pc featuring two towers E
6 Little America Jan 31, 1934 mc on Captain English K and sign. PC featuring dog team making its way through treacherous pressure ice, transit San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received E
7 lot of two covers both Little America Jan 31, 1934 mc, each has dif. K for BAE II, one BS NYC May 29, 1934 and gum stains on reverse, one BS Fall River Mass Jun 8, 1934 H
8 Little America Jan 30, 1934 hc Jan 30, 1934 on Captain English K and sign., PC featuring “emporer” (sp) penguins, sign. Fred C. Voight BAE II crew member on Ruppert F
9 Little America Jan 30, 1934 hc short bars on postal card, correspondence headlined from Bay of Whales same date written by Captain English – Captain of Bear of Oakland to August Horowitz. “We are very busy unloading both ships and establishing the camp.  Then the “Bear” will make history exploring vast unknown areas.” Also refers to interest in Howard’s “Little America Times”.This is the date the Bear arrived and tied up along the ice, hand stamp has wide space between date and year and is the one kept on Bear which operated as a p.o. for personal mail and PCs H
10 Little America Jan 30, 1934 mc, 3LK “…delayed for one year…”, S/COE, BS San Francisco Little America mail received, some glue stains on reverse E
11 Little America Jan 30, 1934 mc and hc (w/ killer bars curving around dial), added franking affixed before submission to Byrd Cover Bureau, block of four w/ plate number 21169 above, 3LK …Delayed for one year…”, SOE, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received F
12 The first postmaster – Clark left behind some faint machine cancels, the new postmaster – Anderson brought with him some hand cancels which he applied to the same covers using the same date, Little America mc Jan 31, 1934, Little America hc Jan 31, 1934 no bars, 3LK “…delayed for one year…”, undersize envelope, BS San Francisco Little America mail received E
13 Little America Jan 31, 1934 mc w/ seven killer waves, PE w/K for Little America Stamp 1933 Commemoration of BAE II (in frame is ancient sailing ship), bonus inclusion is an exhibit page w/explanations of first season mailing including a cut square of the Jan 30, 1934 hc F
14 Little America Jan 31, 1934 mc on block of four, hc same date, PE w/ ship K reading “Stamp Commemorating Byrd Antarctic Expedition Setting Sail October 1933, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received F
15 Little America Jan 31, 1934 mc on block of four w/ plate #21167 at top, also hc same date, 3LK “…delayed for one year…”, undersize envelope, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received (all in dial only - likely due to odd size) F
16 Little America Jan 31, 1934 hc w/ lower killer bar shifted right (elusive New Zealand subscription variety), 3LK “…delayed for one year …”, S/COT, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received G
17 similar to lot 16 (above), S/COT, S/COE, frayed F
18 Little America Jan 31, 1934 mc seven killer waves, 3LK “…delayed for one year…”, S/COE, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received C 
19 Little America Jan 31, 1934 mc w/ seven waves, 3LK “…delayed for one year…”, sign. R.E.Byrd (very clear), BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received G
20 Little America Jan 31, 1934 mc w/seven waves, 3LK “…delayed for one year…”, PE w/ BAE II K, cc and sign. of Charles F. Anderson – Postmaster, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received, Whipple AZ Apr 1, 1935 F
21 Little America Jan 31, 1934 mc w/6 waves, hc w/ time slug included in dial, (both cancellers were brought by Anderson), on block of four, PE w/ K commem. Byrd’s Antarctic Exped. showing map of W. hemisphere and small printed sign. of R E Byrd, 3LK “…delayed for one year…”,BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received G
22 Little America Jan 31, 1934 hc, official PE of BAE II Little America Cover Bureau w/ 5Lcc, 3LK “…delayed for one year…”, LSE, addressed to Donald G Shook – Mgr. of Little America Cover Bureau, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received F
23 Little America hc Jan 31, 1934 w/ long bars on block of four, 3LK “… delayed for one year…”, addressed to BAE in Washington (for use as a replacement cover) BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received E
24 Post Office announcement re Byrd stamp – its release and usage, Sep 22, 1933 B
25 Post Office announcement  Jul 13, 1934 regarding closing date of Little America mail service B
----- NOTE:  The following 21 lots are all Little America Jan 30, 1935 -----
26 Little America mc Jan 30, 1935, penguin mail delivery K for BAE II Little America second cancellation, franked w/ Scott 733 and 735a, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received E
27 Little America mc Jan 30, 1935 plus hc same date w/ short bars, franked w/ 5x Scott 753, reverse has penguin mail delivery K Little America 2nd cancellation, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received F
28 hand cancel missed the franking, corrective cancel applied upon receipt in China, cc for Baptist Mission in China, S/COT and fold, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received, reverse has penguin mail delivery K for BAE II second cancellation E
29 mc, cc  script variety BAE II via Postmaster New York City, sign. of F.A.Wade – exped. member, LSE, S/COT, penguin mail delivery K for BAE II second cancellation, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received F
30 mc w/ six killer waves, Minkus K of Byrd, penguin mail delivery K for BAE II second cancellation, SOE,  BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received D
31 hc, large LSE, franked w/ block of 4 incl. plate #21168 at bottom, penguin mail delivery K for BAE II second cancellation, addressed to head of Byrd cover bureau, S/COT, S/COE, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received (all within cds) D
32 mc w/ six killer waves, undersize envelope, S/COT, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received, reverse has penguin mail delivery K for BAE II second cancellation, transit Auckland NZ Apr 20, 1935 C
33 mc, ESE, quarter inch tear at top, Canal Zone addressee, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received, reverse has penguin mail delivery K for BAE II second cancellation C
34 mc w/ 6 waves, has  map K by Grimsland for Scott 735 however franking is 733 (2), S/COT, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received, reverse has penguin mail delivery K for BAE II second cancellation E
35 hc, LSE stationery of BAE II Hotel Beverly – New York, sign. of L.L.Baxter who served as First Ass’t. Eng’r. on Jacob Ruppert when it and Bear of Oakland picked up expedition early in 1935, he mailed this “on the ice”, S/COT, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received F 
36 hc, franked w/souvenir sheet, SOE, PE w/ Minkus K of Byrd, reverse flap has souvenir marking from Chicago’s Century of Progress, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received, reverse has penguin mail delivery K for BAE II second cancellation E
37 hc, LSE stationery of BAE II via Postmaster NYC, sign. Charles F. Anderson Antarctic postmaster, penguin mail delivery K for BAE II second cancellation, unaddressed and no San Francisco receiving mark, likely carried by Anderson or another exped. member, S/COT F
38 hc short bars, LSE stationery of BAE II via Postmaster NYC, sign. Charles F. Anderson postmaster, penguin mail delivery K for BAE II second cancellation, unaddressed, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received (all within cds in a slug 1mm in dia. Smaller than others found G
39 mc, undersize envelope w/ K of Bear of Oakland, sign. of that ship’s Third Officer, addressed to member of his family in Holland, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received, reverse has penguin mail delivery K for BAE II second cancellation, few stains F
40 longbar hc with downslope at very end, block of four w/ plate number 21167 above, penguin mail delivery K for BAE II, SOE, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received E
41 hc w/ long bar at bottom shifted to left, LSE, S/COE, fold, stains, small tears, penguin mail delivery K for BAE II second cancellation, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received, reverse has sign. of sender – John B. McNamara a crew member of Ruppert E
42 hc w/long bars on Scott 735a (2), LSE BAE II Hotel Beverly (exped. headquarters) cc, Bear of Oakland K, mailed to family member of exped. member in Holland, penguin mail delivery K for BAE II second cancellation, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received E
43 hc w/short bars, SOE w/ Minkus K of Byrd, penguin mail delivery K for BAE II second cancellation, unaddressed, BS dial only San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received, large BAE II map K as used on covers for the expedition’s exploratory flights over the ice and has break in that Ks outer circle over the first “A” in “Antarctic”, prepared by postmaster Anderson as presentation piece for dignitaries and others G
44 franked not only w/ BAE II stamp but also full set of National Parks Issue (10), hc (6), mc (1), LSE, reverse has penguin mail delivery K for BAE II Little America second cancellation, BS San Francisco Mar 25 Little America mail received F 
45 bears 8c postage but no Byrd stamp, sent to August Horowitz (Howard) friend of expedition, slightly distorted dial in cancel, slight shift in long bars, penguin mail delivery K for BAE II Little America second cancellation, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 F
46 mc, official exped LSE w/ cc BAE II NYC, sign by exped. member Russell for personal mail, penguin mail delivery K for BAE II Little America second cancellation, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935, included is printed picture of Russell on the ice w/ 2 other members of geological team F
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47 USTP Sea Post  SS Pres. Grant Mar 10, 1934 hc on Scott 735a and 730a (2), K featuring radio and polar bear for Scott 735 first day, S/COT E
48 Second BAE SS Jacob Ruppert May 20, 1935 hc, Virginia BAE II K by Partridge E
49 “double delayed expedition mail” East Orange NJ Mar 21, 1936, features Roessler’s 7LK explaining that this cover was found in Clark’s box after the return of the exped., PE w/ Byrd printed photo K G
----- SPECIAL SECTION B -----
----- Note: 40 of the 44 covers in this section contain Ks featuring neatly prepared maps of regions of Antarctica that highlight a particular geographical feature, that feature is marked on the map and L&L are listed, the cover bears the signature of the person for whom it is named, each cover was mailed from Antarctica from various bases of  U.S.A., Australia, France, Great Britain, Japan, or South Africa.  Some have additional Ks. -----
50 Cameron Island 66  13  S and 110  36  E named for American Glaciologist Richard L. Cameron, Casey AAT 17 Jan 1972 E
51 Mount Clough 85  54  S and 158  26  W named for Dr. John W. Clough, McMurdo Dec 1, 1973 E
52 VX-6 Mount 72  38  S and 162  12  E named for VXE-6 Squadron, sign. by D.A.Desbo (sp?) CO of VXE-6, McMurdo Dec 10, 1973 E
53 Mount Field 80  53  S and 158  00  E named for William O. Field, Pole Station (?) 17, 1970 E
54 Gless Peak  72  12  S and 165  51  E named for Dr. Elmer E. Gless, no map, Byrd Station Apr 18, 1971 E
55 Goodale Mount 85  45  S and  157  37  W named for Edward E. Goodale, Crozet TAAF 12 Oct 1973 E
56 Dufek Coast 84  30  S and 179  00  W,  Dufek Massif  82  36  S and 52  30  W, Dufek Mountain 72  10  S and 24  45  E  named for George Dufek Rear Admiral USN, Mawson AAT 28 Dec 1970 E
57 Gould Coast 84  30  S and 150  00  W named for Dr. Lawrence M. Gould, St. Paul and Amsterdam TAAF 6 Nov 1973, BS Anaheim 21 Nov 1973 F
58 Gutenko Mountains 72  02  S and 64  45  W named for Sigmund Gutenko, Argentine Islands BAT 13 Mar 1976 E
59 Helliwell Hills 71  50  S and 161  25  E named for Robert A. Helliwell, Terre Adelie TAAF 25 Feb 1971 E
60 Cape Howard 71  25  S and 61  08  W named for August Howard, McMurdo Jan 4, 1974 E
61 Polar Times Glacier 69  46  S and 74  40  E named for Polar Times and sign. by its editor, August Howard, JARE Japan 22 Feb 1971 E
62 Mount Katsufrakis 82  58  S and 161  38  E named for John Katsufrakis, Crozet TAAF 17 Oct 1975 E
63 Mount Lee 71  27  S and 74  35  W named for Paul F. Lee Rear Admiral USN, USCGC Southwind Nov 7, 1968 E
64 Mount McCoy 75  52  S and 141  10  W named for James C. McCoy, Kerguelen TAAF 5 Feb 1972 E
65 McKenzie Nunatak 71  14 S and 163  25 E named for Dr. Garry McKenzie, St. Paul and Amsterdam TAAF 13 Jan 1971 E
66 McWhinnie Peak 77  16  S and 162  14  E named for Mary A. McWhinnie, Kerguelen TAAF 22 Oct 1975 E
67 Nance Ridge 84  23  S and 65  36  W named for Everett Nance, Mawson AAT 28 Feb 1972 E
68 Mount Ostenso 78  19  S and 86  14  W named for Dr. Ned A. Ostenso, McMurdo Jun 14, 1973 E
69 Pagano Nunatak 83  41  S and 87  40  W named for Gerald Pagano, Pole Station Jan 31, 1974 E
70 Passel Mount 76  52  S and 145  00  W named for Charles F. Passel, Mawson AAT 20 Dec 1970 E
71 Peterson Hills 75  50  S and 67  55  W named for D.G.Peterson, McMurdo Jan 21, 1974 E
72 Pomerantz Tableland 70  38  S and 159  50  E named for Martin A. Pomerantz, Marion I. RSA 10 May 1971 E
73 Poulter Glacier 86  50  S and 153  30  W named for Dr. Thomas C Poulter, Casey AAT 30 Jan 1971 E
74 Ronne Entrance 72  30  S and 74  00 W and Ronne Ice Shelf 78  30  S and 61  00  W named for Finn Ronne, SANAE RSA 17 Jan 1971, includes LKs of Ronne Exped. (2) F
75 Roscoe Glacier 66  30  S and 95  20  E named for John H. Roscoe, Macquarie AAT 25 Nov 1970 E
76 Rutford Glacier 78  50  S and 82  30  W named for Dr. Robert H. Rutford, McMurdo Jan 4, 1974 E
77 Shapley Ridge 86  19  S and 129  10  W named for Alan H. Shapley, Macquarie AAT 22 Feb 1972 E
78 Mount Shinn 78  27  S and 85  46  W named for CDR Conrad Shinn (first pilot to land at South Pole – 1956), Davis AAT 13 Jan 1972 E
79 Mount Shirley 75  39  S and 142  00  W named for Charles S. Shirley, Terre Adelie TAAF 28 Feb 1972 E
80 Mount Showers 71  45  S & 61  28  W named for William J. Showers, Jr., Argentine Islands BAT 13 Mar 1976 E
81 Splettstoesser Glacier 79  12  S and 84  09  W named for John F. Splettstoesser, Dumont d’Urville TAAF 1 Jan 1974 E
82 Sullivan Ridge 84  47  S and 177  05  E named for Walter Sullivan, McMurdo Jun 14, 1973 E
83 Treves Butte 84  43  S and 114  20  W named for Samuel B. Treves, JARE Japan 22 Feb 1970 E
84 Van Reeth Glacier 86  25  S and 148  00  W named for E.W.VanReeth, JARE Japan 1 Jan 1972 E
85 Wade Mount 84  51  S and 174  15  W and Wade Point 70  41  S and 67  41  W named for F. Alton Wade, Casey AAT 30 Jan 1971 E
86 Cape Waite 72  44  S and 103  16  W named for Amory H. (Bud) Waite Jr., McMurdo Jan 4, 1974 E
87 Webb Glacier 77  19  S and 160  48  E named for Peter N. Webb, San Martin Base Argentina 8 Jan 1976 E
88 Mount Whillans 84  27  S and 64  15  W named for Ian M. Whillans, Adelaide Island BAT 15 Mar 1976 E
89 Cape Zumberge 76  14  S and 69  40  W named for Dr. James H. Zumberge, McMurdo Jan 4, 1974 E
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90 Baker Rocks 74  14  S and 164  45  E named for Billy A. Baker, no map, USN Communications K, sign. of Baker, McMurdo Jan 7, 1975 D
91 Cape Nutt 66  37  S and 108  09  E named after Capt. David C. Nutt, McMurdo Jun 14, 1973 D-E
92 Mount Washburn 77  39 S and 86  08  W named for Dr. Washburn, sign. but by wrong Washburn, Adelaide Island BAT 15 Mar 1976 B
93 Mount Washburn 77  39 S and 86  08 W named after Dr. H. Bradford Washburn, no sign., JARE Japan 1 Jan 1973, transit Tokyo 26 Apr 1973 B
----- ARCTIC:  UNITED STATES -----
94 USAPO 729 Shemya Island Alaska Aug 23 1945 free mail, passed by censor, 3LK “Mud and the enemy can’t stop them. Lack of supplies might.”soldier K, penned cc, S/ COT, brief note enclosed C
95 lot of two covers both Cresson PA Apr 6, 1959 FDCs for Arctic Explorations 4c issue, one w/ cds above globe and no K, one w/ cds and globe horizontal and Artcraft K w/ Peary B
96 Nome AK Sep 5, 1960, USS Seadragon K for first east-west polar transit, 2LK “first submerged northwest passage’, stained cover looks like it was submerged B
97 North Pole AK Dec 14, 1971, reverse has 2 dif. Ks for Santa Claus mail A
98 similar to lot 97 (above) A
99 USCGC Polar Sea Feb 23, 1978 cds (2), transit Anchorage (?) Mar 1978 mc, ship’s commissioning day polar maps K A
100 North Pole AK May 28, 1986 (faint) mc FDC for full block of four of 22c Polar Explorers issue, Artcraft K w/ Peary and Henson A-B
101 North Pole AK May 28, 1986 mc FDC for Stefansson stamp of Polar Explorer series, also other franking w/ Byrd South Pole flight pict. from Anaheim cover expo Nov. 28, 1987, Artmaster K w/ Stefansson B
102 North Pole Station Fairbanks AK pict., ESE, BS Brookville IN Dec (22?) 1986 A
----- ARCTIC:  CANADA -----
103 set of four covers all w/ M.V.Norweta “explore Canada’s Arctic” Ks, ship’s LK, Arctic Cruise Lines’ 3LK, one to three sign. each, Fort Good Hope 7 Sep 1971, Arctic Red River 8 Sep 1971, Aklavik 9 Sep 1971, Tuktoyaktuk 9 Sep 1971 E
104 bar cancellation on Canadian and Soviet postage, ship K of Kapitan Khlednikov, Northwest Passage 1993 K of American Museum of Natural History, reverse has large circle K for this exped. through Northwest Passage B
----- ARCTIC:  GERMANY -----
105 set of three covers each w/  Bielefeld stamp exhib. pict.  11 May and 13 May 1972 honoring German Arctic exped. of 1872-74, one has map K of Franz Joseph Land and is R, one has K for 1872-74 exped. C
106 M/S Regina Maris 25 Jul 1972, cds Ny Alesund Spitzbergen 21 Jul 1972, ship’s K, K for North Cape – Spitzbergen – Iceland – Faroes voyage B
107 similar to lot 106 (above) w/o Spitzbergen cds A
108 lot of two similar to lot 106 (above) plus lot 107 (above) B
109 Berlin 24 Jul 1981 pict. for 50th anniv. Arctic flight of Graf Zeppelin, K for same, ESE, BS Romania 30 Jul 1981 B
----- ARCTIC:  GREENLAND -----
110 Dundas 8 Sep 1969 pict. is legit., K for MS Nanok  S Greenland Arctic Supply arrival Dundas is bogus by Hans Rautschke B
111 Ivigtut 29 Oct 1969 cds (2) is legit., K for 1969 Greenland Arctic Supply Britannia is bogus by Hans Rautschke B
112 US APO 09023 17 Sep 1974 mc, 3LK “Carried on Lindblad Explorer.  Refused permission to land at Thule.  Forwarded from Sdr. Stromfjord” C
113 Copenhagen 24 Aug 1976 polar bear pict. (2) for HAFNIA 76, Greenland Day polar bear K A
114 Qeqertarsuaq 5 Sep 1985 cds (2) FDC for Scott 118 hares hunting issue, official G.P.O. PE w/ K B
115 matching pair of covers Maniitsoq 24 Jul 1989 cds (2) and Nuuk 2 Aug 1989, each w/ MS World Discoverer cruise K C
116 Maniitsoq 24 Jul 1989 cds (3), MS World Discoverer cruise K B
117 illegible but Greenland cds, K for Clavering Island British North East Greenland Project, 8 sign. C-D
118 Ittoqqortoormiit 19 Aug 2005 cds (3), K for Belgian Centenary Arctic Exped. 3 dif. 1 LKs, ESE C
----- ARCTIC:  ICELAND -----
119 Vestman____23 Jul 1992, sign., MS Frontier Spirit Hotel Manager cc and sign., Frontier Cruises K, reverse has K w/ specs of MS Frontier Spirit, BS Arlington Heights IL 28 Jul 1992 B
----- ARCTIC: NORWAY / SPITSBERGEN -----
120 card w/ Norway Svalbard map IGY stamp struck w/ Hopen met. Station box K (2), transit Tromso 26 Oct 1958 B
121 Jan Mayen 30 Jul 1992 hc (2), sign. and cc of Captain of MS Frontier Spirit, ship’s K C
122 Ny Alesund 31 Jul 1992 pict. (3), walrus K, reverse has K for Frontier Cruise’s MS Frontier Spirit B
123 Bjornoya 2 Aug 1992 pict. (2), also pict. from 3 Aug 1992, reverse has K for Frontier Cruise’s MS Frontier Spirit B
124 Ny Alesund 3 Aug 1992 pict., K of Netherlands Spitsbergen Exped. ’92 w/ 4 sign. C
125 Bjornoya 3 Aug 1992 pict. (2), reverse has Frontier Spirit K B
126 similar to lot 125 (above) B
127 Kirkenes 4 Aug 1992 plus hc Nowegian-Soviet Storskog event A
128 similar to lot 127 (above) A
129 Longyearbyen  Svalbard 14 Sep 1992 pict. (2), M/S Lance pictorial K, Norwegian Polar Institute K for this exped., large ESE w/ printed K for Polar ship Fram 100 years, large ESE C
130 Isfjord Pa Svalbard 2 Oct 1992 pict. (2), M/S Lance pictorial K, Norwegian Polar Institute K for this exped. B-C
131 Pyramiden 3 Oct 1992 pict. (2), M/S Lance pictorial K, Norwegian Polar Institute K for this exped. B-C
132 Oslo 18 May 1993 cds (2), M/S Lance pictorial K, Norwegian Polar Institute K for 1992-93 research exped., also K from Norwegian Polar Research Institute’s Troll Station in Antarctica B
133 Oslo 24 May 1993 cds (2), M/S Polarbjorn K, Norwegian Polar Institute K for 1992-93 research exped., also K for Norwegian Polar Research Institute’s Troll Station in Antarctica B
----- ARCTIC: RUSSIA / USSR -----
134 Moscow 14 Apr 1989 pict. on FDC of issue for Bering Bridge Soviet American cooperation, official PS w/ K for occasion making this a maxi-cover, ESE B
135 Petrozovodsk 7 Jun 1989 faint cds, transit Murmansk 14 Jul 19892 dif. Ks for Soviet – Norwegian “around the world” exped. to Spitzbergen, ESE, BS 19 (?) 1989 Russian pict C
----- ARCTIC: SWEDEN -----
136 Kiruna 18 Feb 1966 cds (2), ESE A
137 Haparanda Sweden cds (2), K for North-South Association Exped., 14th GECRP exped. K, exped. chief’s K and sign., 2nd party exped. LK,  ESE C
138 Swedish Naval P.O. pict. for first North Pole cruise on the surface by other than a Soviet ship (Oden) 7 Sep 1991 (2), Arctic Ocean Exped. K D
----- ANTARCTIC: UNITED STATES -----
139 S.S. Eleanor Bolling Jun 26, 1930,  BAE rubber stamped K incl. ship’s name misspelled, Gimbel’s portrait of Byrd K w/ welcoming home and citation of flight over pole Nov 29, 1929, rev. has same BAE K w/o ship’s name F
140 Newark NJ Oct 27, 1930, Metropolitan Airport / C of C K for Byrd Lecture Tour same date, BS Cantil CA Oct 30, 1930 C
141 Reading PA Mar 21, 1931, keystone K for visit of Rear Admiral Byrd same day sponsored by Reading Aero Philatelic Society and the Reading Times C
142 South Bend IN Apr 15, 1931, 6LK “South Bend IND welcomes Com Richard E. Byrd Apr. 15, 1931, cachet sponsored by Richard Stewart”, slight corner stains C
143 lot of Byrd 3c stamps all mint but hinged, Scott 733 (1), Scott 735 souvenir sheet of 6 (1), Scott 735 gutter block of 4 (1) E
144 Washington DC Oct 9, 1933 mc FDC for Scott 733, glue stains on reverse C
145 Washington DC Oct 9, 1933 mc FDC for Scott 733, F.R.Rice K (733-3) D
146 Little America Jan 31, 1934 mc w/7 killer waves, transit cds Belleville OH Apr 3, 3LK “…delayed for one year…”, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received D
147 Little America Jan 31, 1934 mc w/ 7 killer waves, 3LK “…delayed for one year…”, frayed, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received C
148 Little America Jan 31, 1934 mc w/ 6 killer waves, 3LK “…delayed for one year…”, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received C
149 Little America Jan 31, 1934 mc w/6 killer waves plus hc same date and time, 3LK “…delayed for one year…”, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received D
150 FDC for full souvenir sheet Scott 735, National Stamp Exhib. Sta. New York City on LSE w/K of NSE featuring Byrd on National Geographic Society medal, slight tear in postage, BS on mail train to Chicago Feb 11, 1934 C
151 Little America Jan 30, 1935 mc w/ 6 waves killer, reverse has penguins mail delivery K for Little America second cancellation, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received C
152 similar to lot 151 (above) C
153 Little America Jan 30, 1935 mc w/ 6 waves killer, penguins mail delivery K for Little America second cancellation, spots and stains, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 Little America mail received A
154 Little America Jan 30, 1935 mc w/ six waves killer, SOE w/ Byrd picture K, K for Chicago’s Century of Progress, small tear and wrinkles, reverse has penguins mail delivery K for Little America second cancellation, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935, transit India Apr 28, 1935 D
155 Little America Jan 30, 1935 hc, SOE w/ Byrd picture K, penguins mail delivery K for Little America second cancellation, BS San Francisco Mar 25, 1935 (Little America mail received – within slug, reverse has BAE II large map K E
156 USS Mount Olympus Jan 10, 1947 broken double ring hc, Operation Highjump TF68 K, Navy Dept. LSE A
157 USS Mount Olympus Jan 10, 1947 double ring (outer broken at top) hc, Operation Highjump TF 68 K, sign. of R.E. Byrd F
158 Little America Jan (?), 1957 A
159 lot of 4 covers all Byrd Station, Feb 14, 1958 mc, Jul 4, 1961 hc, Jul 6, 1963 mc, Feb 21, 1961 mc, each has an ODF K, one w/ printed K for ODF VIII 1962-1963, some wear B
160 Byrd Station Feb 10, 1960 mc, ODF K, LSE, glue stains on reverse A
161 McMurdo Nov 21, 1961 ODF mc, K for first atomic reactor for the Antarctic B
162 USS Atka Nov 29, 1965 cds, ship’s 3LK for McMurdo Sound, ODF K A
163 lot of four covers, USS Atka Nov 29, 1965, USS Burton Island Dec 2, 1965, USCGC Eastwind Feb 2, 1966, USS Glacier Feb 13, 1966, five Ks total for ship or ODF C
164 McMurdo Jan 8, 1966 mc, USNS Petrarca 2LK, ship’s MSTS Antarctic Support K B
165 set of 4 plate blocks of 8c issue commem. 10th anniv. of Antarctic Treaty, covering all four positions B
166 lot of six FDCs for 8c issue commem. tenth anniv. of Antarctic Treaty, Washington DC mc Jun 23, 1971 for FDI, each w/ dif K – Colonial, ASPP w/Palmer, ASPP w/treaty signing, ASPP w/flags, Artcraft, Artmaster D-E
167 lot of three FDCs for 8c issue commem.tenth anniv. of Antarctic treaty, Washington DC mc Jun 23, 1971 for FDI, each w/ dif. hand drawn K by collector Tondl C
168 lot of four FDCs for 8c issue commem. tenth anniv. of Antarctic treaty, Washington DC mc Jun 23, 1971 for FDI, each w/ block of four stamps, Ks by Artcraft, Artmaster, Colonia, Ellis D
169 FDC for 8c issue commem. tenth anniv. of Antarctic Treaty, Washington DC mc Jun 23, 1971 for FDI, Artcraft K, unaddressed A
170 FDC for 8c issue commem. tenth anniv. of Antarctic Treaty, Washington DC mc Jun 23, 1971 for FDI, humorous Ellis K, unaddressed A-B
171 lot of two covers both Washington DC mc FDC for 8c issue commem. tenth anniv. of Antarctic treaty, one w/ Fleetwood K and unaddressed, other w/ no K B
172 McMurdo Feb 16, 1972 mc, USGS topo mapping K, 5 sign. D
173 McMurdo Jun 21, 1972 hc, McMurdo winter-over 7LK, 8 sign. D
174 Pole Station Nov 29, 1979 mc, large ESE w/ Antarctican Society K commem. Byrd’s flight over South Pole exactly 50 years earlier, filler is card printed for 50th anniv. of flight B-C
175 McMurdo Nov 29, 1979 hc, K commem. Byrd’s flight over pole 50th anniv. B
176 USARP patch for 1979-1980 season commem Byrd’s flight over pole Nov 29, 1929 C
177 USCGC Glacier Jan 3, 1983 hc, ship’s K for ODF ’83, Captain’s cc and sign. C
178 McMurdo Feb 14, 1986 hc, K of MV Green Wave for ODF B
179 lot of two covers both Washington DC Sep 14, 1988 mc FDC for block of four Antarctic Explorers 25c stamps, one w/ Artcraft K, one w/ no K B-C
180 McMurdo Nov 29, 1989 (faint) hc (60th anniv. of Byrd pole flight), Chapel of the Snows K B
181 lot of two covers both Washington DC Jun 21, 1991 mc FDC for 50c issue commem. 30th anniv. of Antarctic Treaty, one w/ Artcraft K and one w/ no K B
182 Washington DC Jun 21, 1991 mc FDC for 50c issue commem. 30th anniv. of Antarctic treaty, no K A
183 Palmer Station Sep 25, 1997 cds, transit Punta Arenas Chile 7 Oct 1997 B
184 Pole Station Jan 15, 2006 hc, K for Amanda Ice Cube Belgian Participation at Pole Sta., sign., ESE, reverse has K for New Pole Station and cc for USPS at pole w/ sign. of Scott Smith C
----- NOTE: VXE-6 Flight Covers – the next 31 lots -----
185 Pole Station Oct 31, 1970 hc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Pole Oct 31, 1970 “first plane to pole”, pilot sign. D
186 McMurdo Nov 28, 1970 mc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Hallett Nov 11, 1970, pilot sign. C
187 McMurdo Dec 27, 1973 mc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Vostok  Dec 14, 1973 “flight for peace”, pilot sign. D
188 McMurdo Feb 5, 1974 mc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Pole Jan 30, 1974 “happy New Year”, pilot sign. C
189 McMurdo Nov 29, 1974 mc, to Pole, pilot sign., K for 45th anniv. of Byrd’s South Pole flight C
190 similar to lot 189 (above) C
191 Point Mugu CA Jul 12, 1975, not a flight cover, ASPP humorous K for VXE-6 20th anniv. reunion, sign. George Dufek and C.S.Shinn D
192 McMurdo Nov 15 (1976) mc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Siple Nov 14, 1976, pilot sign. C
193 McMurdo Nov 24 (1976) mc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Siple Nov 17, 1976, pilot sign. C
194 McMurdo Dec 2 (1976) mc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Dufek Massif Nov 30, 1976, pilot sign C
195 Pole Base Dec 6, 1976 mc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Pole, pilot sign. C
196 McMurdo Dec 6 (1976) mc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Siple Nov 3, pilot sign. C
197 McMurdo Dec 27 (1976) mc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Pole Dec 16, 1976, pilot sign. C
198 McMurdo Dec 27 (1976) mc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to White Island Dec 3, 1976, pilot sign. C
199 McMurdo Dec 27 (1976) mc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Wright Valley Dec 3, 1976, pilot sign. C
200 USN FPO Christchurch NZ Sep 4, 1977 mc, VXE-6 flight K Winfly 78 Sep 1, 1977, sign. B
201 similar to lot 200 (above) except different sign. B
202 similar to lots 200 and 201 (above except yet a diff. sign.) B
203 similar to lot 202 (above) B
204 McMurdo Nov 24, 1978 hc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Pole Nov 24, 1978, pilot sign. C
205 McMurdo Nov 25, 1978 hc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Pole Nov 24, 1978, pilot sign., same flight as BT112 (above) C
206 McMurdo Nov 24, 1979 hc, Siple Station K, franked w/ 15c owl stamp and sign. by engraver of that stamp C
207 McMurdo Feb 3, 1983 hc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Pole Dec 17, 1982, pilot sign., VXE-6 ODF ’83 K C
208 McMurdo Feb3, 1983 hc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Siple and Pole Dec 17, 1982, pilot sign., VXE-6 ODF ’83 K, sign. by engraver of 15c owl stamp which is part of franking D
209 McMurdo Feb 9, 1983 hc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Siple Feb 8, 1983, pilot sign. VXE-6 ODF ’83 K C
210 similar to lot 209 (above) C
211 McMurdo Nov 15, 1983 hc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Mt. Lister Nov 11, 1983, pilot sign., “does it with their skis on” K, VXE-6 Twin Huey crew K D
212 McMurdo Dec 21, 1983 hc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Siple Dec 20, 1983, pilot sign., VXE-6 ODF K, VXE-6 “skis on” K C
213 McMurdo Jan 2, 1984 hc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Byrd Dec 31, 1983, pilot sign., VXE-6 ODF 1984 K, VXE-6 “skis on” K C
214 McMurdo Jan 17, 1984 hc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Dome C Jan 13, 1984, pilot sign., VXE-6 ODF 1984 K, VXE-6 “skis on” K C
215 Pole Station Dec 3, 1985 hc, VXE-6 flight K McMurdo to Pole Nov 30, 1985, pilot sign., 30 years on the ice K C
----- ANTARCTIC: ARGENTINA -----
216 mint PC lights of Icebreaker San Martin A
217 Buenos Aires 20 Jan 1954 FDC stamp commem. 50th anniv. of Argentina’s first Antarctic p.o. and estab. of radio p.o. in the South Orkneys, printed K for same B
218 Buenos Aires 12 Jul 1958 FDC stamp for IGY featuring Antarctic map, printed K for same B
219 Esperanza Base 5 Jan 1960 pict., ESE B
220 Decepcion 16 Dec 1960 cds, base 1LK, K w/ map of Argentine claimed sector C-D
221 Buenos Aires 19 Aug 1961 FDC for stamp commem. 10th anniv. of Gen. San Martin Base, ship pict., printed K for anniv. B
222 South Orcadas Is. 4 Dec 1961 cds, printed Antarctic K by Olivos Philatelic Assoc., Orcadas 1LK B
223 South Orcadas Is. 6 Dec 1961 cds, printed Antarctic K by Arg. Polar Assoc., Orcadas K, Orcadas K on reverse, BS Buenos Aires 17 Jan 1962 C
224 Esperanza (?) Dec 1961 cds, 2LK for Esperanza Base, printed Antarctic K by Olivos Philatelic Assoc., BS Buenos Aires 27 Dec 1962 B
225 South Orcadas Is. 22 Feb 1964 pict. for 60th anniv. of Argentine possession, printed K for same, FDC for 4p stamp showing Arg. Antarctic claims C
226 similar to lot 225 (above) except franked w/ all three stamps of set and pict. is Cordoba Arg. B-C
227 Cordoba Arg. 5 Jun 1965 FDC w/ pict. for issue featuring Belgrano Base, printed K for National Day for Argentine Antarctic B
228 Cordoba Arg. 10 Dec 1966 FDC w/ pict. for issue honoring Argentine Antarctic exploration, printed K for same B
229 lot of five covers from five dif. Arg. bases, Decepcion 1 Jan 1967, Matienzo (?) Feb 1967, Esperanza 22 Feb 1967, Brown 15 Mar 1967, Sobral 25 May 1967, each has San Juan Bosco K, each BS Buenos Aires w/ glue stains on reverse D-E
230 Belgrano Base 22 Feb 1967 pict., 2 dif. military in Antarctica Ks, San Juan Bosco K, base LK, BS Buenos Aires w/ glue stains on reverse B-C
231 Buenos Aires 30 Mar 1967 pict. (2) for 40th anniv. radio telegraph station on south Orcadas Is., K for same A
232 Buenos Aires 20 Jul 1968 mc for Antarctic Expeditioners Assoc., K for 10th anniv. of same, BS Buenos Aires pict. 20 Jul 1968 A-B
233 Tigre B.A. Arg. 18 Oct 1968 pict (2) for first Antarctic Philatelic Exhibition, K for same B
234 Decepcion 1968/69 “no occupation” hc, PE w/ K for Argentine naval activity at Decepcion that season C
235 Esperanza Base 1 Jan 1969 pict., base K, ESE, BS Buenos Aires 27 Feb 1969 B
236 Sobral Base undated hc with base info for 1969/70 C
237 Ushuaia (date ?), wide PC, 4 dif. Ks for tourist cruise of Libertad to Antarctica, marked 20 Feb 1969, card by  Argentina’s National Tourism Bureau has Antarctic scene and lengthy text in English B
238 Buenos Aires 4 Nov 1969 pict. (2) to commem. 1904 occupation of South Orcadas (Orkneys) Is., K for same honoring Admiral Brown B
239 Buenos Aires 8 Dec 1969 philatelic mc honoring 4th anniv. of first transpolar flight and its completion at Matienzo Base, K for same B
240 Buenos Aires 20 Feb 1971 map pict. for FDC of stamp honoring 5th anniv. of Arg. exped. to Pole, printed K for same B
241 similar to lot 240 (above) B
242 Marambio Air Base 24 Jun 1971 pict. (2), K for base, 1LK Operation Marambio IV, 1LK TC-62 B
243 T.N. Libertad ship’s pict. (2) 18 Dec 1971, K for crossing Ant. Circle, ESE, BS Almirante Brown 25 Dec 1971 B
244 similar to lot 243 (above) B
245 T.N. Libertad ship’s pict. (2) 10 Jan 1972 and Almirante Brown base pict. 13 Jan 1972, ship’s K, K for crossing Antarctic Circle, ESE C
246 similar to lot 245 (above) C
247 Buenos Aires 16 Oct 1972 pict. (2) for 2nd Air and Space Expo, 1LK for same., pict shows Antarctic sector A
248 Declaracion Conjunta of 1 Jul 1971  15 Nov 1972 cds (2) on Arg. postage on face w/ Arg. Air Force K for new flight arrangement to Port Stanley, ESE, BS Port Stanley FI 15 Nov 1972 and Buenos Aires 27 Nov 1972 pict, reverse has Argentine K for initiation of regular flights in turboprops to Port Stanley E
249 Mar Del Plata 22 Dec 1972 cds (2), LSE w/ 2 dif. Ks for M.S. Lindblad Explorer commem. first visit to Mar Del Plata, Arg. A
250 T.N. Libertad 9 Jan 1973 ship’s pict. w/ map of cruise (2), transit cds Esperanza 13 Jan 1973 and Almirante Brown 15 Jan 1973, Ushuaia cds 20 Jan 1973, ship K, ESE C-D
251 T.N. Libertad 25 Jan 1973 ship’s pict. w/map of cruise (2), Almirante Brown 27 Jan 1973, ESE, reverse has Port Stanley FI 5 Feb 1973 and Buenos Aires 20 Mar 1973 pict. C
252 similar to lot 251 (above) C
253 Brown Station (30?) Jan 1973 faint, MS Lindblad Explorer ship K, K for Lindblad at Brown Station 1972-73 B
254 Buenos Aires 28 Apr 1973 pict. (2), FDC for stamp commem. 10th anniv. of Arg. flt to Pole, printed K for same B
255 Marambio Base 20 May 1973 pict. (2), Argentine Air Force – National Meteorological Service K (2 varieties, one for this base), ESE, BS Buenos Aires 10 Jul 1973 B
256 similar to lot 255 (above) B
257 Esperanza 16 Jun (1976 faint) cds, army K for base B
258 Engineer White BA p.o. 5 Jan 1977 (2), paquebot K for R.V. Hero, 2 dif. ship K’s, notation “ship in drydock”, Capt. sign. C
259 Brown Station 24 Jan 1980 pict., 2 dif. Ks for Brown B
260 Brown Station 8 Dec 1980 pict., station K B
261 similar to lot 260 (above) B
262 Brown Station 28 Dec 1980 pict. (2), PE w/ K for World Discoverer, Brown Station large circular K, SOE, a dif. Brown K on reverse C
263 Brown Station 28 Dec 1980 pict., 2 dif. Ks for Brown Station, K for Jubany Naval Base, ESE B
264 Brown Station 4 Dec 1981 pict. (2), Society Expeditions Project Antarctica K, Brown K B
265 Marambio 1 Jan 1982 pict., naval K blurred A
266 Corbeta Uruguay Base 25 Jan 1982 pict., reverse has Antarctic correspondence rec’d K A
267 Brown Station 13 Jan 1983 pict., 2 dif. Ks for station, Society Expeditions Project Antarctica K B
268 folded mint sheet of se-tenent stamp issue for 153rd anniv. of Malvinas Military and Political Command District (10 of Scott 1365 and 20 of Scott 1366) E
269 similar to lot 268 (above) E
270 Icebreaker Almirante Irizar 18 Jan 1990, Ks for airmail and for mail dispatched from ship, marked Argentine Antarctic correspondence rec’d B
271 Marambio 3 Feb 1990 pict., marked Argentine Antarctic correspondence rec’d. A
272 Orcadas Base 22 Feb 1990 pict., base K w/ship and map, Antarctic correspondence rec’d K B
273 San Martin Base 31 Aug 1997 pict., K for Argentine Antarctic mail rec’d. B
----- ANTARCTIC: AUSTRALIA -----
274 Mawson 15 Feb 1954 (year faint) cds, Australian generic FDC K, Antarctic exped. 1954 label, undersize env. B
275 Melbourne 17 Nov 1954 cds, FDC for Australia Scott 276 proclaiming Australia’s interest in Antarctica, FDC K commemorates ANARE B-C
276 set of four European size cards prepared for Seven Seas Stamps re issuance of AAT Scott L6 and L7, FDI at each base, Macquarie 6 Dec 1961, Wilkes 10 Jan 1962, Davis 20 Jan 1962, Mawson 30 Jan 1962, multicolor AAT scene K on each D
277 SOE size piece from R package front Dubbo NSW 8 Mar 1963 (faint) franked w/ AAT Scott L1, block of L2, L3 A
278 Macquarie 19 Dec 1967 cds, large printed map K B
279 Sydney 6 Nov 1968 FDI cds, FDC for Australia Scott 446 (Edgeworth David – Geologist), AAT K by WCS A
280 set of four FDI covers for AAT Scott L11 w/ FDI pict. and WCS AAT Ks, Macquarie 4 Dec 1968, Mawson 13 Jan 1969, Wilkes 8 Feb 1969, Davis 20 Feb 1969 D
281 Mawson 13 Jan 1969 FDI pict. w/ AAT Scott L11, Nella Dan K, Antarctic Exped. Supply Vessel K, undersize envelope B
282 Mawson 13 Jan 1969 FDI pict. w/ AAT Scott L11, Mawson Base 1LK, AAT decimal currency map etc. K, 5LK re US – Australian scientific work in Antarctica for orbiting satellites C
283 Macquarie 25 Nov 1970 cds (2), badly stained A
284 Davis 12 Jan 1971 date is penned and sign. over original cds of 26 Mar 1971 (3), franked w/ se-tenant strip of Australia Scott 477-481 B
285 Davis 12 Jan 1971 cds (3) two of which were originally 26 Mar 1971 but penned over and sign. C
286 Melbourne 10 Mar 1971 hc (2), K of USCGC Staten Island for ODF 1970-71, paquebot marking but bears Australia postage B
287 set of eight FDI covers, from each of four AAT bases for each of two stamps commem. tenth anniv. of Antarctic treaty, Macquarie 23 Nov 1971, Mawson 27 Dec 1971, Davis 13 Jan 1972, Casey 17 Jan 1972, official P.O. envelope w/penguins K E-F
288 lot of four covers for issuance of two stamps commem. 200th anniv. of Cook’s circumnavigation of Antarctica, Mount Gambier S.A. 13 Sep 1972 FDC w/WCS K for event, Macquarie 19 Nov 1972 FDI pict and P.O. K, Davis 3 Jan 1973 FDI pict. and P.O. K, Casey 22 Jan 1973 FDI pict. and P.O. K E
289 Macquarie 27 Dec 1973 cds, 2 dif. Lindblad Ks, Macquarie Island K, Lindblad sign. C
290 Presentation pack w/ 5 mint stamps of the Ships of the Antarctic series, 5c MV Thala Dan, 20c SS Discovery, 25c SS Endurance, 30c SS Fram, 55c RRS Discovery A-B
291 Mawson 9 Dec 1983 cds for FDI, franked w/ AAT 12th Ant. Treaty Consultative mtg. 27 c issue, PE by Australia Post w/ K for mtg., reverse has details of mtg. B
----- ANTARCTIC: BELGIUM -----
292 Brussels 18 Oct 1957, Antarctic Exped. K of PE for FDC of Scott B605 C
293 Belgian Antarctic Base 23 Jan 1964, transit Brussels 22 Feb 1964, Antarctic aerogram C
294 Belgian Antarctic Base 23 Jan 1964, transit Brussels 10 Mar 1964, undersize envelope, S/COT C
295 Brussels 8 Oct 1966 pict., polar explorer K of PE FDC of Scott B797 and Scott B798 C
296 Brussels 8 Oct 1966 (year faint) pict., ship and ice K of PE FDC for Scott B798 and B799 C
297 Brussels 8 Oct 1966 (year faint) pict., oversize FDC for souvenir sheet Scott B 800, K of PE B
298 Gent 19 Jun 1971 polar pict., PE FDC maxicover for tenth anniv. of Antarctic Treaty issue (Scott 806) C
----- ANTARCTIC: BRAZIL -----
299 Rio de Janeiro 20 Dec 1982 picts. (2) for departure of first Brazilian Antarctic Expedition, embossed OE of Brazil P.O. B
300 Rio de Janeiro 20 Feb 1983 FDC for stamp commem. first Brazil Ant. Exped., Antarctic map picts. (2), LSE  maxicover w/ printed K of penguins B
301 Ferraz Base 10 Jan 1989 cds (2), 2 dif. Ks for base, K for Brazil Antarctic program, ESE C
302 Ferraz Base 25 Oct 1995 cds (2), 3 dif. Ks for base, ESE C
----- ANTARCTIC: BRITISH -----
303 mint PC featuring Frank Hurley’s photo of Endurance illuminated at night A
304 Shackleton F.I.D. 27 Jan 1957 cds on full set of Trans-Antarctic Exped. 1955-1958 overprints, undersize env. C
305 Admiralty Bay South Shetlands 13 Dec 1960 cds (2), undersize envelope C
306 Signy Island 6 Feb 1969 cds (3) on FDC for full set BAT Scott 20-23, official PE w/ K for 25 years continuous scientific work in Antarctic D
307 similar to lot 306 (above) D
308 Argentine Islands 23 Jun 1971 cds (3) on FDC for four dif. stamps of Antarctic treaty issue, official PE w/ K for Antarctic treaty 10th anniv., LSE C
309 South Georgia 5 Jan 1972 cds (2), on FDC for full set Scott South Georgia 31-34, official PE w/ K commem. 50th anniv. of Shackleton’s death, LSE E
310 Argentine Islands 20 Feb 1974, Arg. Islands dog K, 3 Ks for Expeditions of M.S. Lindblad Explorer, one is for first Lindblad Antarctic circumnavigation C
311 Similar to lot 310 (above) with Argentine Islands cds and K plus one for Adelaide Island C
312 Signy Island 8 Dec 1975, Signy box K B
313 Port Stanley FI 13 Jan 1980 cds (faint), Society Expeditions and MS World Discoverer Ks, sign. by ship’s capt. and George Llano – scientist and lecturer, reverse has a dif. K for Project Antarctica Society Expeditions C
314 Port Stanley FI 13 Jan (faint) 1980, Society Expeditions and MS World Discoverer Ks, sign. by Chilean pilot who took ship through Straits of Magellan to Argentine waters, reverse has a dif. K for Project Antarctica Society Expeditions C
315 South Georgia 16 Jan 1980 cds, Society Expeditions map K, 2 sign. C
316 Port Stanley FI 1 Apr 1993 pict for FDC of  souvenir sheet (Scott 577) honoring 75th anniv. of RAF, PE w/ K for same, filler card is data sheet for sheet and airplanes, LSE C
317 Halley 13 Feb 2000 cds (2), Halley British Antarctic Survey penguin and map K, ESE B
----- ANTARCTIC: CHILE -----
318 Chilean Antarctic IGY pict. no date, Antarctic theme franking (Scott 247 and 248), IGY K B
319 Santiago 22 Dec 1958, FDC for Scott 311 and C200 A
320 lot of two covers Santiago 22 Dec 1958 FDI cds that is not tied to franking, Chilean Antarctic Territory 4 Feb 1968 on stamp commem. 50th anniv. of Pilto Pardo rescue of Shackleton’s men, both on PEs w/ Artcraft ODF Ks for IGY B
321 Air Base P. Aguirre Cerda 23 Feb 1959, 2 dif. Ks of base C
322 Chilean Antarctic Tourism Feb 1959 cds, Cerda Base K, ship K on PE for first tourist voyage to Chilean Ant. B
323 similar to lot 322 (above) B
324 similar to lot 322 (above) except slightly offsize envelope B
325 Pres. Eduardo Frei Station 23 Jan 1974, Frei penguin K, 3 Ks for Lindblad cruises one is for M.S. Lindblad Explorer first Antarctic circumnavigation C
326 similar to lot 325 (above) C
327 O’Higgins Base 18 Dec 1980 cds, base K, World Discoverer K, PC featuring penguin drawing B
328 Prat Base (3?) Jan 1983 cds (2), Base K w/date, ESE A-B
329 Marsh Base 27 Jan 1991 cds, ESE, rev. has 2 Ks relating to philately in Punta Arenas, half inch tear on rev. A
330 Puerto Porvenir Tierra del Fuego 1 Feb (?), cds same station 19 Feb 1991, ESE, S/COB A
331 Puerto Williams 20 Feb 1991 cds, transit Punta Arenas 27 Feb 1991, island K of P.O., reverse has 3 dif. island Ks and Puerto Williams K, ESE C
332 Frei Base 18 Mar 2006 cds, 2 dif. Ks for meteorological Center at base, Chilean Antarctic K, ESE B
----- ANTARCTIC: CHINA – PEOPLES REPUBLIC -----
333 Great Wall Station 1986-87, 7 Aug 1987 cds, 2 dif. Ks for CHINARE 1986-87 B-C
334 Great Wall Station 1987-88, ? 1988 cds B
----- ANTARCTIC: CHINA – TAIWAN -----
335 Keelung Taiwan 11 Apr 1978 cds, Taiwan Fisheries Research Institute K for Second Exploitation of Krill in Antarctic Ocean, Captain’s sign., Captain’s label cc on reverse C-D
336 Keelung 3 Apr 1980 cds, Taiwan Fisheries Research Institute K for Second Exploitation of Krill in Antarctic Ocean (Jan-Feb 1978), reverse has a dif. K for the Institute C
337 same as lot 336 (above) C
----- ANTARCTIC: CZECH  REPUBLIC -----
338 Chilean Antarctic Region pict. undated, K for Second Czech Antarctic Exped. James Ross Island 2005-2006, color label for same affixed, cc and sign. of exped. leader, ESE, BS Zlin Czech Republic 22 Dec 2005, reverse has penguins and Antarctic map K D
339 Punta Arenas Chile 13 Mar 2006 cds, K for Second Czech Antarctic Exped. James Ross Island 2005-2006, color label for same affixed, cc of exped. leader, ESE, BS Zlin Czech Republic 23 Mar 2006, reverse has penguins and Antarctic map K C
----- ANTARCTIC: ECUADOR -----
340 Maldonado Station hc no date, 4 dif. Ks from 5th Ecuadorian Exped. to Antarctica, base K w/L&L, exped. leader’s cc and sign., ESE, BS Punta Arenas 14 Feb (?), reverse has K of O’Higgins Base C
341 Guayaquil 4 Jan 1994, Maldonado Station K for 5th exped. to Ant., station L&L K, ship’s K, exped. leader’s cc and sign., ESE, rev. has 4 dif. Ecuador Antarctic Ks plus K for O’Higgins Base, BS Punta Arenas 14 Feb (?) C
----- ANTARCTIC: GERMANY -----
342 Bremerhaven 5 Apr 1982 pict., plain pc, 2 dif.. Ks for German Ant. Exped. 1981/82 mv Polarqueen beginning and ending at Bremerhaven A
343 german paquebot 22 Mar 1987 cds, MV Icebird K, note and sign., on airplane PC A
344 paquebot  Capetown South Africa 15 Mar 1991, 2 dif. Ks for sailing ship Diel, K of 1990-91 Antarctic exped., 3LK for Centenary Exped. to Antarctica, K of Mountain Club of South Africa, ESE C
----- ANTARCTIC: JAPAN -----
345 Icebreaker Shirase 16 Dec 1995 pict, transit Tokyo 12 Apr 1996 B
346 similar to lot 345 (above) B
347 Syowa (1.12.18) pict., 31st JARE K, Belgian Participation JARE 31 K w/ 2 sign., ESE C-D
----- ANTARCTIC: KOREA (SOUTH) -----
348 Korean Antarctic Station 16 Feb pict, FDC, PE w/ K for completion of Korea Antarctic Station, maxicover, unaddressed B-C
349 Korean Antarctic Station 17 Feb 1988 pict., penguin K for station, Antarctic map K for KARP, cc and sign. Son Ken Chang C
350 same as lot 349 (above) C
----- ANTARCTIC: NETHERLANDS -----
351 Netherlands franking on cover not serviced, has nautical K of M.V.Antarctica – Holland, reverse has dif. K of same ship A
----- ANTARCTIC: NEW ZEALAND -----
352 Scott Base 20 Jan 1958 cds (2) on Ross Dependency Scott L1-L4, full pictorial K on LSE commemorates the first trans-Antarctic crossing D
353 similar to lot 352 (above) except cds is very faint and franking is Scott L1 only B
354 lot of two covers, Courtside Place (?) NZ 16 Dec 1970 hc (2), USCGC Staten Island ODF 1970-71 K, Campbell Island 25 Dec 1970 and same Staten Island K plus large humorous Campbell Island research station K on rev. B
355 Scott Base 18 Jan 1972 FDI cds (2) FDC for Scott L9-L14 full set, LSE B
356 similar to lot 355 (above) B
357 Scott Base 7 Oct 1982 cds (2), NZARP Scott Base weddell seal K A
358 Scott Base 18 Oct 1983 cds, Antarctic Exped. K of Victoria Univ. of Wellington 1983-84, ESE B-C
359 mint PC featuring Don Juan Pond in Wright Valley Victoria Land, Pub. by NZ Antarctic Society A
360 Victoria Street 12 (?) 1991 cds, RNZAF Operation Ice Cube Scott Base K B
----- ANTARCTIC: NORTH KOREA -----
361 sheet of 6 dif. vignettes featuring Antarctic exploration ?
----- ANTARCTIC: NORWAY -----
362 Oslo 10 Mar 1959 mc, Queen Maud Land PE w/ K, 1LK Norway Station, franked w/ Norway IGY stamp featuring Queen Maud Land, small ESE B
363 Oslo 23 Jun 1971 pict (2) for FDC Antarctic Treaty 10th anniv. stamp, Antarctic map K, maxicover B
364 Oslo 28 Mar 1977 cds (2), 2 dif. Ks for Norwegian 1976-1977 Antarctic Exped., one for Bouvetoya, sign. C
365 same as lot 364 (above) except dif. sign. C
366 Oslo 10 May 1993 cds (2), PE w/ K for 100th anniv. polar ship Fram, Norwegian Antarctic Research Exped. 1992-93 K, Norwegian Polar Research Institute Troll Station K, LK for M/S Polarbjorn, large ESE B
367 Oslo 10 May 1993 cds (2), PE w/ K for Norwegian Antarctic Research Exped. and sign. of leader, a dif. NARE 1992-93 K, Troll Station K, M/S Polarbjorn LK, large ESE C
368 Frederickstad 26 Nov 1993 pict. (2) for philatelic expo, multicolor K for Antarctic map, ESE B
----- ANTARCTIC: PERU -----
369 Lima and Machu Picchu Base picts (2 of each) for 5th Peru Exped. 21 Jan to 21 Feb 1994, larger Machu Picchu K B
----- ANTARCTIC: POLAND -----
370 lot of two covers, Lomianki Poland 30 Jun 1980, 3 dif. Arctowski Base Ks 1979/80, reverse has Arctowski 3LK w/L&L and cc of  Polar Logistics Group,  Krakow 9 May 1981, 2 dif. Arctowski Base Ks 1980/81 C
371 Gdynia 3 Mar 1988 cds (2), 3 dif. Polish Antarctic Ks, one is for M.S. Garnuszewski 1987/89, R, ESE B
372 Warsaw 21 Jun 1991 Antarctic pict. for FDC of stamp for 30th anniv. of Antarctic Treaty, PE w/ K of Arctowski station, another Polish Antarctic K, ESE B
373 similar to lot 372 (above) except w/ a dif. Polish Antarctic K B
374 reverse shows meter mailing from Ushuaia Argentina 26 Dec 1992, South Georgia franking on front not cancelled, 3 dif. Ks from Arctowski Base, K of  vessel Professor Mulchanov of Russia B
375 Arctowski 27 Jan 1993 pict., 5 dif. Ks 3 are academic, ESE, glue stains on reverse B
376 Arctowski 26 Feb 1993 pict., 3 dif. Ks, ESE B
377 Arctowski 26 Feb 1995 pict., 3 dif. Arctowski Ks, BS Sale England 22 Apr 1995 B
----- ANTARCTIC: RUSSIA / USSR -----
378 Boulder CO 31 Aug 1970 LSE w/ sign. of US exchange scientist and cds of  Komsomol’skaya and Mirnyy and three other soviet markings, glue stains on reverse C
379 Novolazarevskaya 13 Dec 1976 cds, official 21st Soviet Antarctic Exped. K on PE showing location of all Soviet bases, BS 18 Apr 1977 in Soviet Union, SOE C
380 set of 3 FDCs for stamp set of 3 honoring Soviet Antarctic research, all w Moscow 5 Jan 1981 Antarctic pict., each has a dif. Antarctic K on common PEs, ESE B-C
381 Moscow 10 Nov 1981 pict. for flight from Moscow to Antarctica, PS has K for same, PC B
382 Moscow 13 Jun 1990 pict. for FDC of 2 stamps honoring cooperation in Antarctic research, PE w/Antarctic K, also a dif. cds and postal marking, ESE, BS 20 Jun 1990 in Russia B-C
383 Capetown 18 Dec 1991 cds on Russian franking, Capetown welcome K, ship’s K citing anniv. of Prof. Vize visit to Antarctica, ESE B
384 Novolazarevskaya 14 Apr 1993 pict., DDR K for former Georg Forster Base, 2 ship Ks, Novolazarevskaya base K, PS w/ K for Amundsen’s historic pole exped., ESE, BS Leningrad 13 Jul 1993 B-C
385 ship Prof Molchanov 30 Aug 1993 pict., ship’s K, 3 dif. Ks of Polish station Arctowski, reverse has 2 more Ks of same ship one in Russian and one in English C
386 Bellingshausen 12 Dec 2005 map and seals pict., Antarctic PE w/ map K honoring Amundsen’s exped. to pole, foreign Bellingshausen base K, ESE, Bellingshausen base person cc and sign., BS Moscow 13 Feb 2006, reverse has Bellingshausen mail K C
----- ANTARCTIC: SOUTH AFRICA -----
387 Johannesburg 16 Nov 1959 FDC for SANAE stamp, K for S.A. Ant. Exped., undersize envelope, BS same city and date A-B
388 lot of two covers SANAE 24 Jan 1970 pict. and Marion Island 27 Mar 1970 pict., both have box K w/ specs of M.V. RSA B-C
389 set of two FDCs for issues commem. tenth anniv. of Antarctic Treaty, Capetown RSA 22-31 May 1971 pict. on Scott 364, Windhoek SWA 31 May 1971 cds on SWA Scott 334, both PEs w/ Ks F
390 set of two mint stamps commem. tenth anniv. of Antarctic treaty (RSA Scott 364 and SWA Scott 334, latter alone has c.v. in the G range F
391 Marion Island 13 Apr 1972 pict., box K w/ specs of M.V. RSA, franking is Scott 364 (2) C
392 Marion Island 25 Jul 1973 pict., Marion Is. penguin K and box K w/ L&L, ESE B
393 Marion Island 12 Apr 1976, Marion penguin K, base 3L Box K w/L&L, MS Capetown K A
394 m.v.S.A. Agulhas off SANAE 7 Jan 1982 and paquebot transit Capetown 17 Feb 1982 cds, 2 dif. Ks of ship one for voyage 23 w/ specs, SANAE K, helicopter flight K, Neutron Research K, LSE, reverse has K of RSA Antarctic Philatelic Society B-C
395 Capetown 21 Jun 1989 cds, mv S.A.Agulhas helicopter flight K, weather buoys K, Fitzpatrick Institute K, Marion Island Benthic Survey K, CSIR Sea Level Project K, ESE, S/COT, reverse has ship’s specs box K B
396 Capetown 12 Mar 1991 cds (2), mv S.A.Agulhas K, Neutron Research K, South African Antarctic Earth Sciences K, ESE, S/COT, reverse has K of RSA Antarctic Philatelic Society A-B
397 Capetown 19 Nov 1991 cds (2), K for mv Hyde Park Tristan da Cunha Harbour Dev Project, ESE, S/COT A
----- ANTARCTIC: T.A.A.F. -----
398 mint PC featuring penguins in TAAF, franking imprinted A
399 Crozet 1 Jan 1981 cds (2) on Scott 92 and 93, PE is fdc w/ K for sea leopard issue B
400 St. Paul & Amsterdam 15 Jan 1993 cds (2), base L&L box K A-B
401 Kerguelen 6 (?) Aug 1995 cds for FDC of souvenir sheet (Scott 211) celebrating 40th anniv. of  formation of TAAF, R, ESE reverse has same cds for FDC, BS Lake Forest IL 8 Sep 1995 E 
402 Crozet 1 Jan 1999 cds (2), base L&L K, territorial and district cc, wide ESE C
403 Dumont d’Urville 13 Jan 1999 cds (2), base L&L K, territorial and district cc C
404 St. Paul & Amsterdam 16 Feb 1999 cds (2), base L&L K, territorial and district cc, wide ESE C
405 Dumont d’Urville 1 Jan 2001 cds (2), base box K w/ L&L, K for L’Astolabe voyage to Terre Adelie, ESE, BS France 22 Nov 2001 B-C
406 Dumont d’Urville 6 Aug 2005 picts. (2), PE w/ TAAF K 3LK for 55th French exped. to Terre Adelie, base K w/ L&L, SOE, franking matches official K and pict. thus a maxicover C
----- ANTARCTIC: TRISTAN DA CUNHA -----
407 Tristan da Cunha 10 Dec 1999 cds, correspondence to US, filler is pc unused w/ box K of Diana’s Peak – highest point on St. Helena in South Atlantic C
408 Tristan da Cunha 21 Sep 2004 cds, Tristan Antarctic map and ship K for M.V. S.A. Agulhas, LSE B
----- ANTARCTIC: URUGUAY -----
409 3 Ks of Uruguay’s Artigas Base on King George Island, mailed at Chilean Base – Eduardo Frei 4 Dec 2003 cds w/ Chilean franking, filler card has 3 dif. Uruguay Antarctic Ks B
----- POLAR: UNITED STATES -----
410 Milwaukee Mar 4, 1977 ASPP convention pict., multi-color icebreaker K for fifth convention A
411 Hudson OH large pict. May 21, 2006 commem. Lincoln Ellsworth on date figured to be 80th anniv. of his flight over North Pole w/ Amundsen, franked w/ Ellsworth and Byrd 25c stamps, a second envelope w/ same K is included (no franking or servicing), related pamphlets and news clip included C
412 cover only, similar to lot 411 (above) B
----- POLAR: FRANCE -----
413 Toulouse 11 Apr 1987 meter on PC featuring J.B. Charcot and “Porquoi Pas” all on address side A
414 Amfreville la Mivoie France 21 Sep 1991 polar pict. (3) for 10th anniv. of  Charcot Polar Philatelic Society, K for same, LSE A
----- POLAR: GERMANY -----
415 Berlin 1 Nov 1980 cds for 100th birthday of Dr. Alfred Wegener – geophysisist and meteorologist, printed K for same, ESE A
----- POLAR: ITALY -----
416 set of two modern pc w/ polar picts. from National Polar Philatelic Convention in Turin 10 Dec 2005, one pc features 120th birthday of General U. Nobile, other features exped. in Franz Joseph Land 1873, first has San Marino franking and pict., second w/ Italian, numbered for total 300 in serviced C
----- POLAR: NORWAY -----
417 Oslo 20 Sep 1972 pict. (3) on FDC for polar exploration ship stamps (Scott 596-598), polar bears K of Bergen Philatelic Club, undersize envelope C
418 Oslo 11 Oct 1977 picts. (2), Norwegian Polar Institute cc A
----- POLAR: POLAND -----
419 Warsaw 25 Oct 1982 pict. for FDC of stamp commem. 50 years of polar research, PE w/ K for same, ESE B
----- MISCELLANEOUS -----
420 Odessa Russia 22 Jan 1907 (?), PC w/ message in English B
421 lot of two  US FDCs  Chicago 31 May 1958 for IGY 3c issue, one mc, one hc, one H&E K, one Artcraft K, plus plate blocks of the stamp – one for each of the four positions B
422 Moscow 19 Jun 1958 cds (4), franked with sputnik stamps and sputnik overprint, R, BS New York 24 Jun 1958 C
423 Warsaw 30 Sep 1958 hc on FDC for 2 stamps honoring IGY, PE w/ polar bear K for same, ESE A
424 official PE mint w/ K for first Soviet scientific investigation on ship Persey, ESE A
425 USS Calcaterra 10 Mar 1966, ship’s K for around the world cruise, 2LK for refueling in Aden A
426 lot of two covers, Tristan da Cunha 9 Feb 1971, K for maiden voyage MFV Hilary at Tristan, Tristan 20 Mar 1971, K for maiden voyage MFV Melodie at Tristan, penguin K on each, undersize envelopes D
427 Tristan da Cunha 1 Jun 1971 FDC for set of four stamps commem. 50th anniv. Shackleton-Rowett South Atlantic Expedition, LSE B-C
428 Norfolk Island 17 Jan 1973 FDC for 35c stamp commem. 200th anniv. of Cook crossing Antarctic Circle, K for Capt. James Cook A
429 Tarawa Gilbert Islands 1 Jul 1977 cds for FDC of 4 dif. explorers stamps, Bellingshausen and Wilkes among those honored, printed envelope w/ K, LSE B
430 lot of 11 covers from 1980s and 90s that were sent to Antarctic P.O.s but were returned to sender, mostly LSEs A
431 set of two covers both with French and Finnish picts 5 Sep 1986, both FDCs for joint French-Finnish stamp issues honoring De Maupertuis and his mapping in Lapland, one has mapK, other has 3LK w/ details of work done 250 years earlier, one is ESE C
432 set of two covers, both Raratonga Cook Islands 12 Sep 1988, FDC PEs for 8 stamps total in set commem. 200th anniv. of Captain Cook’s voyage of discovery, identical Cook printed Ks, ESEs C
433 Christchurch NZ mc 8 Feb 1990, 3 dif. Ks for Univ. of Liege Belgium scientific work in Ross Sea 1989-1990, M/V Cariboo K, Italian Antarctic Research K in cooperation, ESE C
434 Tristan da Cunha 16 Feb 1993, K for Meteor 23 South Atlantic 1993 B
435 Charleston SC 15 Apr 2000 pict. for 100th anniv. USN Submarine Ball, printed K for US sub vets inc. honoring shipmates who gave their lives A
436 8 reproductions of watercolors by E.A. Wilson, 5”x7” and 6”x8”, some Antarctic D
437 one collector’s references including log of covers sent and received, ICN volume 43 number 2, polar clippings from Linn’s last ten years --
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