AUSTRIAN PHILATELIC SOCIETY - AUCTION 128

Closes for bidding midnight 26 May 2017 (U.K.time)

Dear Members,
Welcome to Auction 128. Eighteen Members have provided over 500 lots for your consideration. As well as a good all-round general offering, there are some specialist sections of particular interest:

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CATALOGUE LIST OF LOTS Bidding form List of abbreviations additional bidder & vendor info APS Homepage

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Lots 1 - 64 Lots 65 - 123 Lots 124 - 177 Lots 178 - 216
Lots 217 - 274 Lots 275 - 334 Lots 335 - 387 Lots 388 - 439
Lots 440 - 473 Lots 474 - 520 Lots 521 - 545  

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AUSTRIAN PHILATELIC SOCIETY - AUCTION 128