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 Bayanihan Collectors club Auction May 30, 2010

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PostSubject: Bayanihan Collectors club Auction May 30, 2010   Mon May 24, 2010 9:57 pm

Hi everyone!

May auction ang BCCI this Sunday at the QC Sports Club. Sana punta kayo. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Bayanihan Collectors club Auction May 30, 2010   Wed May 26, 2010 7:43 pm

Anong ora po ang simula ng auction? where could I get a copy nung auction catalogue? thanks
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STAMPS, COVERS AND POSTAL HISTORY
Lot# Tipo
1. 1898 5 mil. Zamboanga Provisional issue overprinted “1898/RESELLADO/1899” Mint HR.................................................................$25
2. 1898 3c Zamboanga Provisional issue overprinted “1898/RESELLADO/1899” mint LH...................................................................40
3. 1898 6c Zamboanga Provisional issue overprinted “1898/RESELLADO/1899” mint HR.................................................................120
4. 1898 15c Zamboanga Provisional issue overprinted “1898/RESELLADO/1899” mint ......................................................................100
5. 1898 Zamboanga Provisional complete set of 10v Giro stamps ovpt. “1898/RESELLADO/1899”, less than 10 complete sets known recorded mint OG Very Rare.............................................................1250
6. 1898 LA UNION Provisional Government “2 Cents” Black Type 1 “CORREOS/UNION/98” Mint OG..............95
7. 1898 LA UNION Provisional Government “2 Cents” RED Type 1 “CORREOS/UNION/98” Mint OG........................................................100
8. 1898 LA UNION Provisional Government 2c, 3c, 4c, 6c, 25c.Type 2 in Black F-VF Very Scarce............................................................300
9. 1898 LA UNION Provisional Government 2c RED in Bloc of 4 Mint VF NH Scarce Multiple.........................................................120
10. 1898 LA UNION Provisional Government 2 cent Black in Bloc of 4 w/ Upper Left stamp “DOUBLE IMPRINT” ONLY 2 reported to exist light tone noted, VERY RARE..........1200
11. Telegrafos un cent de peso with red MUESTRA” FVF. PHOTO...........................15
12. Telegrafos 5c de peso with red “MUESTRA” FVF. PHOTO..................................................20
13. Telegrafos 10c de peso with red “MUESTRA” FVF.PHOTO...................................................20
14. Telegrafos 25c de peso with red MUESTRA” FVF.PHOTO..................................................20
15. Telegrafos 5 pesos with red “MUESTRA” FVF.PHOTO...................................................25
16. Aguinaldo Rev. Y2 Position Error “ Tear on the EYE” in B/4 Mint NH............................ 15
17. Aguinaldo Y2 in B/4 used Center cancel “Comunicaciones FILIPINAS/ADMON CENTRAL” ................................................. 40
18. Aguinaldo Y3 Top Margin B/4 Mint NH VF.................................................................300
19. Aguinaldo 10c Recibos in B/4 with Broken “0” of 10c at upper left stamp, mint NH..................................................................20
20. Aguinaldo Revolutionary Y2 ERROR: Perforation shifted to the left. Used,.VF.Rare. PHOTO...........................................................30
21. Aguinaldo Y2 (2c Correos) with revolutionary black circular cancellation ‘COMUNICACIONES FILIPINAS TUGUEGARAO” in block of four .Unused VF.PHOTO.....................................................30
22. Complete set of AGUINALDO STAMPS. Used and unused PHOTO............................ 400
23. 1900 May 2, FILIPINO POW LETTER during the Philippine-American War regarding Bibiano Romey of Nasugbu, Batangas, including official forwarding wrapper w/ endorsements & straight-line blue official cancel, F+. …................................…………200
24. 1912 Mar 1, LETTER FROM DISTRICT OF NORTHERN LUZON, BAGUIO signed by the D.N.L. Adjutant w/ 4 different official markings including the Philippines Constabulary, FVF. ………...........................25
25. 1939 POSTAGE DUE 3c used on Business Reply Envelope pmkd. Manila1, 1939, Mamburao, Capiz w/ circular date (March 5, 1939) stamped at reverse indicating receipt at Manila Post Office on said date. VF.PHOTO.....................................................35
26. Japanese Occ. Sc#N2 12c Error Undeleted ”Commonwealth” B/4 Mint VF-..................40
27. Sc#N4a (Short Deleting Bar) Error Undeleted “Commonwealth” B/4 mint, LL corner w/ waxpaper.........................................................25
28. Sc#N32 Error Missing Bottom Stroke of “L”, position 7 in B/4 mint.................................... 25
29. Sc#NB5 BAHA Error overprint shifted 4mm to Left in Upper left corner B/6, VF NH w/ normal for comparison....................................50
30. 2 Centavos BLUE Guerrilla stamp Vertical pair w/ Top selvage VF NH SCARCE.................350

31. Spanish American War 10pf Imperial German postcard cancel w/ MARINE SCHIFFSPOST No.15 KAIG, mailed from German ship Kaig in Manila Bay to Germany...........................250
32. USPI 5 cent Trans-Mississippi Tied w/ “Mil. Station No.1 Philippine Island” dated May 25, 1899 addressed to London, Via HONG KONG, b/s Hong Kong & London. Scarce................200
33. Postage Due Soldier’s Mail “SOLDIER”S MAIL in the FIELD“of 35th Infantry c/c, cancel w/Goodale type C2 in Unlisted OVAL shape” Mil. Sta. No1/ Manila” addressed to Tacoma, 2 cents Postage Due tied w/ “Tacoma” in front, b/s Recd No1 Very Scarce..............250
34. 2 cent Washington cancel w/ “Mil. Sta. No2 Philippine Islands CAVITE” addressed to Philadelphia, PA b/s Philadelphia VF............45
35. War Department envelope from” US Army Transport KILPATRICK” Manila PI, w/ #214 cancel Manila Mar 20 1904, addressed to PA-..................................................................35
36. Private Mailing Card “Manila Modern House”posted at Legaspi Albay, Sept. 5, 1904 addressed to England sl. corner crease, otherwise VF...................................................75
37. Special Delivery Registered Cover, postmarked Registered “Postal Station No1 Manila“Jan.27, 1940, w/ P1.20 for Registered Clipper Mail plus SD# E 7 for Special Delivery fee, Very Scarce-..........................................175
38. 1942 Registered Commercial cover from Villanueva Drug Store, Bamban Tarlac, w/ Sc#N4 X 5 addressed to the Board of Pharmaceutical Examiners, stamped “Registered BAMBAN TARLAC Oct. 22 1942, earlier than Garrett recorded Dec23 1942, slight rough opening, small part back flap missing, Very Scarce....................................275
39. 1942 NB1-3 on FDC addressed to Santo Tomas Interment Camp, w/ imprint Commandant’s Official Seal of Interment Camp in vermillion, very unusual, Scarce......50
40. Bautista Pangasinan to Manila, Commercial cover w/#N4 postmarked Dec 17 1942, _ Pangasinan, (indistinct), addressed to “Excellency, Chairman of Exec. Com.” Very early & Unrecorded by Garrett, some creases...........................................................150
41. La Union Official mail w/ Sc#N4 handstamped “O.B.” postmarked San Fernando La Union , Attractive Military Field Post Censor Garrett type IC9 in Vermillion color, & personal seal of “Miyajima”, Scarce cover.......................240
42. Dansalan Lanao to Manila, Stampless cover w/ m/s “KO YO K.P.“ Manila r/s of March 2, 1942, Scarce Dansalan Lanao Military Field post censor Garrett type IC7 in purple, and “HIBI” Vermillion personal seal, F/VF......400
43. Calapan Mindoro to Manila, Sc#N4 m/s “KO YO K.P.” pmkd. Calapan March 18 1943, Vertical shape Military Field post Garrett type IB11 in purple, VF and Scarce type censor...75
44. Lucena Tayabas to Manila Sc#N4 hand stamped “KO YO K.P.” pmk April 3, 1943, w/ San Pablo IA6 Military Police censor F/VF.....5
45. Commercial cover of Manila Electric Co. Sc# N4 pmkd. Tarlac May 21 1943, w/ Tarlac Garrett type IB18 Military censor in Red, some toned spots, tropical condition..............55
46. Santa Cruz Laguna to Manila, Sc#NO3 X 3 c/c of Laguna Provincial Hospital, indistinct ties w/ October 8 1943, F/VF.....................................50
47. La Union San Fernando to Manila, Sc# N4a (short Bar type), pmkd San Fernando October 19, 1943 VF cover..........................................60
48. Imus Cavite to Manila, Official Province of Cavite c/c, w/ Sc#NO3 pmkd Imus Cavite Nov. 23 1943, open on 3 sides for exhibit F............55
49. NUX2 Rizal Postcard Registered cancel w/ Sc#N15 X 5 tied, Manila Registered Oct, 14 1944 F/VF.......................................................22
50. Baguio Philatelic Exchange Club, Sc#N15 tied w/ First Anniv. Republic of Philippines Commem. Cancel w/printed cachet and special notation”By authority of the Military Governor District No 2 Baguio City” VF...30
51. Sc# N10-11 on cover pmkd. Jan 15 1945 w/ Error of Broken Katakana syllable Garrett #G7b...............................................................12
52. NUZ1 Error card overprint, “Small Commonwealth”, used, with NO5-NO7 cancel Aug. 28, 1944 Scarce......................................75
53. UZ4 1941 2c Light Green “O. B.” ONLY 1,000 issued with short dividing line VF-............. 150
54. 1945 Aug, JAP WPOW FOLDED LETTER addressed to Major Lyd Arguilla from a Japanese Cecilia C. Okubo SN51T20288, WPOW Tres Cruseo APO 75, Camp No. 1, FVF Japanese POW mails are harder to find than from WWII American POW. ......…….150
55. FDC commemorating Marian Year (1854-1954) franked w/ 3c 1954 Marian Year stamp and autographed by famous Filipino painter and National Artist VICENTE S. MANANSALA, who painted the “Madonna of the Slums”, the cachet of the cover. FVF.PHOTO.................................................200
56. 1898 Philippine Revenue Stamps 15 values Mint.................................................................20
57. Equitable PCI Bank, 50th anniversary, 4 pcs. First Day Covers w/ 20 pcs. P5 stamps mounted and sgd. by George I. Go & Nicasio P. Rodriquez dtd. Sept. 26, 2000, plus EBC 1950 -1990 medal...................................................70
58. USA SHANGHAI 1919 4¢ on 2¢ used..........20
59. USA SHANGHAI 1919 2¢ on 1¢ used..........20
60. USA SHANGHAI 1919 2¢ on I MINT..........18
61. USA SHANGHAI 1922 ovpt. SET of 2¢ unused...........................................................100
62. USA 1887 2¢ WASHINGTON Green Unuse..............................................................10
63. USA 1907 used Set James town.....................12
64. USA 1911 used set of 2 Registration Stamps...6
65. USA 1911 Registration stamp 10¢ Ultra unused.............................................................20
66. USA 1924 used set Huegenot- Walloon...........6
67. USA 1929 ovpt. KANS 7 Diff. unused..........30
68. SPAIN 1896 Official Mint................................5
69. SPAIN 1935 Mint set Death of LOPE DE VERA .............................................................10
70. MOROCCO Agencies 1935 Mint Set Jubilee Spanish Currency..............................................5
71. SWITZERLAND 1882 Helvetias VFU Comp to I Franc.........................................................10
72. SARAWAK 1918 Mint 10 Stamps 3x4;8x2-20x2-30x2 plate numbers................................20
73. SOLOMON ISLAND 1966 Mint ovpt. Set......8

COINS
SPANISH/PHIL

74. COUNTERSTAMP: Peru, 8 Reales 1830 JM c/s F.7o EF PHOTO.......................................90
75. COUNTERSTAMP: Peru, 8 Reales 1834 MM c/s Y.11. VF PHOTO.............................85
76. 10¢ Isabel II 1865, 1866, 1867 & 1868 w/ holes at top 4 pcs.F to EF.........................................40
77. 20¢ Isabel II 1865 F........................................12
78. 20¢ Isabel II 1866 FVF. Rare date..................45
79. 20¢ Isabel II 1867...........................................12
80. 50¢ Isabel II 1865 FVF...................................50
81. 10¢ Alfonso XII 1880 Very Rare. VF/EF.........................................................2,000
82. 10¢ Alfonso XII 1881, 188¢2, 1883 & 1885
w/ holes at top, 4 pcs. VF to EF......................40
83. 20¢ Alfonso XII 1880 Very Rare EF/AU........................................................1,500
84. 20¢ Alfonso XII 1882 AU............................350
85. 20¢ Alfonso XII 1882 F/EF............................25
86. 20¢ Alfonso XII 1883 VF+.............................20
87. 20¢ Alfonso XII 1884 Rare. AU...................450
88. 20¢ Alfonso XII 1884 EF+. Rare date................................................................185
89. 20¢ Alfonso XII 1885 AU.............................22
90. 50¢ Alfonso XII 1880 VF+ Rare date. ......................................................................355
91. 50¢ Alfonso XII 1880 Rare VF....................450
92. 50¢ Alfonso XII 1882. VF..............................20
93. 50¢ Alfonso XII 1882 FVF.............................17
94. 50¢ Alfonso XII 1883 VF...............................20
95. 50¢ Alfonso XII 1885 VF ..............................10
96. 50¢ Alfonso XII 1885.AU/UNC.................... 20
97. 50¢ Alfonso XII 1885 Lustrous AU..............20
98. Un Peso Alfonso XIII 1897. EF+...................60
99. Un Peso Alfonso XIII 1897 UNC. Rare in this condition. UNC.............................................280
100. Un Peso Alfonso XII 1897 UNC. Rare in this condition. PHOTO........................................310

US/PHILIPPINES
101. Half Centavo 1903 Slabbed ANACS MS62 RB...................................................................50
102. Half Centavo 1903 Choice BU (Red).............48
103. Half Centavo 1903 & 1904 VF+....................10
104. One Centavo 1928-M Choice brown UNC.....20
105. One Centavo 1939 & 1941 ,2 pcs. EF...........10
106. 5¢ 1903 UNC ) .............................................. 35
107. 10¢ 1903 UNC...............................................35
108. 10¢ 1904-P Lustrous UNC/BU. Original toning. V. Rare but rarer still in this condition PHOTO.........................................................145
109. 10¢ 1907-S EF................................................15
110. 10¢ 1913-S.AU...............................................15
111. 10¢ 1914-S “short bar”EF/AU........................20
112. 10¢ 1915-S scarce. EF....................................30
113. 10¢ 1917-S.AU...............................................15
114. 10¢ 1917-S UNC............................................22
115. 10¢ 1918-S EF/AU.........................................12
116. 10¢ 1918-S.BU...............................................20
117. 10¢ 1920.EF/AU.............................................20
118. 10¢1921.Very nice UNC/BU condition.........................................................20
119. 10¢ 1921 Lustrous BU....................................22
120. 10¢ 1935-M Lustrous BU..............................22
121. 10¢ 1941.BU...................................................10
122. 10¢ 1938-M & 1941-M. Both BU 2pcs..........15
123. 20¢ 1903 EF+.................................................17
124. 20¢ 1904-S EF+..............................................12
125. 20¢ 1917-S AU............................................ .22
126. 20¢ 1918-S EF/AU........................................12
127. 20¢ 1920.EF....................................................15
128. 20¢ 1920 EF+ Rare date................................18
129. 20¢ 1921-M AU............................................18
130. 20¢ 1928M “MULE”.EF+..............................20
131. 20¢ 1937 UNC/BU.........................................15
132. 20¢ 1938-M BU & 1941-M BU, 2pcs............15
133. 50¢ 1903 EF+................................................18
134. 50¢ 1904-S AU.............................................30
135. 50¢ 1905-S AU. Nice original toning.............45
136. 50¢ 1919S Slabbed NGCA MS65 PTHO..1,500
137. 50¢ 1920 UNC................................................25
138. 50¢ 1921 Lustrous BU....................................25
139. P1 1903 VF.....................................................18
140. P1 1903 VF.....................................................18
141. P1 1903 EF+...................................................30
142. P1 1903-S EF/AU...........................................35
143. P1 1904 VF+...................................................18
144. P1 1904-P EF+. Beautiful original toning. PHOTO.........................................................425
145. P1 1904-S EF+...............................................35
146. P1 1905-S EF+................................................35
147. P1 1908-S Sharp UNC....................................25
148. P1 1908-S BU................................................ 65
149. P1 1909-S UNC. Beautiful original toning.....90
150. P1 1910-S AU.................................................50
151. P1 1911-S F+............................................... 55
152. P1 1911-S EF+..............................................100
153. P1 1912-S EF ................................................90
154. Wilson Dollar 1920 Slabbed NGCA MS-62
RB PHOTO...................................................350
155. 50¢ 1936 Quezon-Murphy. Sea-salvaged.........5

CB COINS
(Error Coin & Investment Lots of CB Coins in the original bank rolls)

156. 1967 5¢ struck on a 10 centimos planchet. A MINT ERROR MS 65. Slabbed ANAC.......165
157. 1997 5 Piso 50 pcs Gem.BU.........................20
158. 1998 5 Piso 50 pcs Gem.BU.........................20
159. 2001 5 Piso 50pcs Gem, BU...........................20
160. 2002 5 Piso 50pcs Gem. BU...........................20
161. 2003 5 Piso 50pcs Gem. BU...........................20
162. 2004 5 Piso 50pcs Gem. BU...........................20
163. 2005 5 Piso 50pcs Gem. BU...........................20
164. 2006 5 Piso 50pcs Gem. BU...........................20
165. 2000 10 Piso 50pcs very scarce 1st yr issue....50

GOLD COINS

166. Spa/Phil P1 1865 Isabel II Variety Offset. AU.................................................................180
167. Spa/Phil. P2 1868 Isabel II Rare in this condition UNC/BU......................................500
168. Spa/Phil.P4 1862 Isabel II VF/EF. PHOTO.290
169. Spa/Phil. P4 1864 Isabel II EF/AU...............350
170. Spa/Phil. P4 1868 Isabel II UNC.................350
171. Spa/Phil P4 1868 Isabel II EF/AU................300
172. Sp/Phil 4P 1868 Isabel II EF+.....................320
173. Sp/Phil. 4P 1868 EF......................................300
174. Spa/ Phil. 4P Alfonso XII 1882 with almost imperceptible dent at bottom left of rim at reverse but AU Rare. PHOTO...................2,100
175. 1902 US $5.00 Liberty Gold Coin...............250
176. 1978 Canada, 1978 $100 Proof ....................395
177. 1989 US $5.00 Gold Coin American Eagle. Wt. .109 Troy Oz in presentation box, with certificate and case........................................150
CROWNS & MINORS

178. Bolivia, Potosi 8R 1808 AU PHOTO.........175
179. Bolivia, PTS 1845 8 Soles, toned EF+........110
180. Germany, 1898 “Funf Mark” Kaiser Wilhelm EF....................................................................36
181. Germany, Deutsches Reich 1925 and 1926, 2pcs EF...........................................................12
182. Great Britain, 1889 1 Crown on Victoria .925 Silver. FVF......................................................65
183. Hongkong, 5c 1892 Queen Vicoria & 1903 Eduard VII. VF...............................................10
184. Mexico, ½ Real Dos Mundos F.....................10
185. Mexico, ½ Real 1801 F.T. Carolus IIII UNC/BU.......................................................170
186. Mexico, 8R 1771 FM Dos Mundos Carolus III D.G. AU. PHOTO........................................400
187. Mexico, 8R 1773 FM Carolus III Abt. Fine ERROR: Inverted “F.M.”.w/ chopmrks PHOTO...........................................................85
188. Mexico, 8R 1796 FM Carolus IIII Nicely-toned EF+.................................................................88
189. Mexico, 1 Real 1802 FVF................................5
190. Mexico, 8R 1820 JJ Ferdin VII VF+..............62
191. Mexico, 8R 1845 MF Cap/Rays Lustrous AU ........................................................................45
192. Mexico, Guadalajara 1870 8 Reales Cap/Rays FVF.................................................................22
193. Mexico, 8 Reales 1876 BH. UNC..................50
194. Mexico, Guanajuato 8R 1877 FR Cap/Rays Lustrous AU....................................................25
195. Mexico, Cn 1883 8R w/ minor chopmark VF ........................................................................22
196. Mexico, Zs 1887 8 Reales w/ chopmark EF...22
197. Mexico, 8 Reales 1892 AM. AU/UNC...........40
198. Mexico, 8 Reales 1897 AM. AU/UNC...........40
199. Mexico, Hermosillo 8 Reales 1891 EF/AU...33
200. Mexico, Zacatecas 1899 FZ Un Peso Cap/Rays AU/UNC.........................................................23
201. Peru, Un Sol 1870 EF...................................22
202. Peru, Lima 8R 1836 UNC. PHOTO............100
203. Spain, 1 Peseta 1869 tiny planchet defect at reverse F...........................................................4
204. Spain, Hispaniarum 1641 Lead (cast)...........17
205. Spain, Hispaniarum 1654 Lead (cast)............15
206. Spain, Hispaniarum 1659 Lead (cast)............17
207. Spain, Cinco Gramos 1870 F...........................7
208. Spain, Cinco Gramos 1870 abt.F.....................7
209. Spain, Un Gramo F+.......................................4
210. Spain, 10 Cent D.Real 1860 VF....................11
211. Spain, 1878 5 Pesetas with small defective planchet at reverse.EF.....................................22
212. Spain, 5 Pesetas 1898 EF+.............................24
213. USA, Liberty Nickle 1912-D scarce date EF ........................................................................50
214. USA, Barber Dime 1900-S VF/EF.................12
215. USA, Mercury Dime 1921-D rare with scratches F.......................................................80
216. USA, Barber Half 1909 F...............................15

CB COMMEMORATIVES, ETC.

217. 50¢ & P1 1947 MacArthur, 2pcs. UNC........28
218. Half Peso & P1 Jose Rizal Centennial 1861-1961 UNC......................................................20
219. 50¢ & P1 Jose Rizal (1861-1961), 2pcs. UNC................................................................20
220. P1 A. Bonifacio Centenry 1863-1963. UNC................................................................15
221. P1 A. Mabini Centenary 1864-1964 UNC................................................................15
222. P1 Bataan 25th Anniversary 1942-1967 UNC................................................................15
223. P1 Pope Paul 1970 Set of Silver (UNC) & Proof -like nickel (BU), 2pcs..........................18
224. P1 Pope Paul 1970 Set of Silver (UNC) & Proof -like nickel (BU), 2pcs..........................18
225. P1 1974 Jose Rizal. Proof..............................12
226. P1 1974 Jose Rizal Gem Proof......................10
227. P25 25th Anniversary of the Central Bank 1949-1974. BU................................................15
228. P25 ABL E.Aguinaldo 1975 BU.................12
229. P25 & P50 1975-F Marcos & Aguinaldo, 2pcs. UNC.......................................................27
230. P25 & P50 1978-F Quezon, 2pcs. UNC........25
231. P25 & P50 1976-F Harvest. 2pcs. UNC........27
232. P25 & P50 1977-F Banaue, 2 pcs. UNC........35
233. P25 UN Conference on Trade & Development 1979 UNC................................15
234. P25 & P50 1979-F Int’l Year of the Child, 2pcs. UNC.......................................................28
235. P50 International Year of the Child 1979 UNC................................................................15
236. P1 E. Aguinaldo Centenary 1869-1969 UNC................................................................15
237. P25 1980-F MacArthur 100th Anni. (1880-1980) UNC......................................................16
238. P25 1981 World Food Day UNC.................12
239. P50 1981 Pope John Paul II. UNC...............28
240. P25 Marcos-Reagan 1982 UNC. PHOTO..........................................................40
241. P50 1942-1982 40th Anni. of Bataan-Corregidor UNC............................................20
242. P500 People Power Proof .............................40
243. Phil. Pattern, (ND) P1 Peso, CB farmer facing right w/ sunrise as background, silver proof. UNC PHOTO..................................................50
244. St. Joseph Amulet on Mexican coin..............19
245. $1 Silver Dollar 1989 One troy Oz with presentation box, certificate and case.............30
MEDALS

246. SPANISH-PHILIPPINE MASONIC MEDALLION w/ compass ruler eye trowel Heart book shaking hands design, in bronze w/ blue chord, 14 cm long, 370 grams, VF. PHOTO. ......................................………. 1,200
247. 1876 Malcampo Military Expedition Medal “A Los Vencedores de Jolo” – Copper, very scarce Spanish military medal for Jolo, Mindanao expedition. VF............................100
248. 1911 Daughters of Mary “Hijas mias con Flores de Pureza” Religious silver medal AU........................................................10
249. Knights of Rizal “Caballeros de Rizal” Enameled Medal w/ Neck Sash. UNC............30
250. ISABELA LA CATOLICA medal. Rev: A LA LEALTAD AGRISOLADA. A medal consisting of four golden rays with red enamel and suspended from a circular green and gold wreath and with red and blue ribbon. V.Rare. PHOTO.........................................................350
251. Spanish American War Medal. May 1 - WE DID - July 3. Featuring Adm. George Dewey, Sampson and other Officers of the Spanish American war. With intricate REMEMBER THE MAINE suspension bar. PHOTO........120
252. Dewey Medal. Our Country’s Pride Admiral Dewey. Rev: Gridley you may fire when Ready, Manila May 1, 1968/ Lucky Piece. UNC .PHOTO.................................................85
253. Admiral George Dewey, Hero of Manila celluloid stick pin PHOTO.............................70
254. Admiral George Dewey, Our Hero. Bust of Dewey pin PHOTO.........................................90
255. Admiral George Dewey, celluloid stick pin with star spangle design. Minor stains due to age. PHOTO....................................................65
256. Sociedad De Tiro Al Blanco / Manila. At center a superimposed over crossed riffles. Rev “Fiesta Annual / American period Coat of Arms of Manila. Silver looped PHOTO.......145
257. 1906 Filipinas A Barlin. Sorsogon Coat of Arms.. Rev : Consagrado 28 Junio 1906
Commemorative medal of Jorge Barlin, he was the 1st Filipino Bishop of the Catholic Church to be ordained in 1906. He was also the 1st Filipino Clergyman to become Civil Governor of Sorsogon in1898. Silver. VF, Unlisted.........................................................160
258. 1900 ARMY OF THE PHILIPPINES with celluloid photo. Rev: “Fort San Pedro De Abad, Manila Captured Aug 13th 1898. Red, White and blue ribbon with “Committee” on suspension bar. Scarce medal. PHOTO........475
259. US Philippines Spanish War 1898-1902, 15th Annual Encampment with Bar and ribbon.
Issued by United Spanish War Veteran, AU. PHOTO...........................................................80
260. US Philippines Spanish War with 2 intricately-designed suspension bars and US Flag ribbon. Bronze. AU PHOTO................175
261. HARRISON DAY 1921 Medal. P.I. Coat of Arms at middle of medal, w/ flags of the United States and the Philippines at its left and right and an eagle on top. Bronze. Pin-back.................................................................45
262. 1926 Philippine Carnival Medal. Clown profile on top. Made by Crispulo Zamora.
Enamel, Rev. plain VF. .PHOTO....................40
263. 1927 Philippine Carnival Medal, with 2 clowns design. Made by HE Heacock, Manila.
Enamel, Rev. plain VF PHOTO......................38
264. 1930 Philippine Carnival Medal, with 2 clowns design. Made by HE Heacock, Manila. Enamel, Rev. plain VF PHOTO.....................40
265. Escuela Normal de Maestro de Instrucccion Primaria/IHS/Manila. Rev: A La Virtud y Al Merito Literaria. Looped EF. Silver...............50
266. 1932 Boys’ Week/Hiking Contest/ Second Prize/December 12, 1932. Looped Sterling silver. EF.........................................................35
267. Colegio Dirigado Por Los PP. De la Compania de Jesus/Al Merito y a Las Virtud/. Body of the Virgin Mary. Rev: Lux In Domino/ ATENEO DE MANILA. Looped. White metal. EF....................................................................28
268. 1985 Bayanihan Collectors Club. Obv: Standing Woman Rev; Logo of the Club and the date of founding: May 24, 1979.BU Silver...............................................................20
269. 1985 Bayanihan Collectors Club, Obv: Standing Woman. Rev: Logo of the club & date of founding May 24, 1979, 2 pcs. Silver & bronze..............................................................40
270. Spa/Phil. Camara de Comercio de las Islas Filipinas. Bronze. Pin-back. EF+...................18
271. P25 Pres. Cory Aquino’s Visit to Washington 1986. Franklin mint. Sterling Silver. Proof KM-246. In special case..........150
272. P100 Pope John Paul Papal Visit ’95. Pobjoy Mint. BU in special holder..............................50
273. Sorsogon Railroad Extension, Work commenced by Carlos P. Garcia, Sept. 10, 1964, Sorsogon, Sorsogon.............................25f
274. PNAS medal, KKK 100th Anni. Bonifacio (1896-1996), 2 pcs. Silver & bronze. For silver 100pcs. Mintage only) UNC..........................50
275. Filipinas & Espana Exposicion 1979. silver. UNC................................................................30
276. Pesident Aguinaldo and Pres Fidel Ramos Medal. Kalayaaan Kayamanan ng Bayan 1998 Philippine Centennial Movement. Commemorative Medal issued only to Foreign Dignitaries and Diplomats. Silver 1/4 Oz, with box and certificate RARE UNC.PHOTO.....190
277. WWII Homma medal Trial Strike On Lead VERY RARE .................................................60
278. PHIL. Anti-Dissidence Campaign Uniface Trial Strike Brass/Bronze.PHOTO.................10
279. PHIL. People Power Revolution 1980’s Uniface Brass/Bronze Trial Strike....................7
280. Manila Railroad Cagayan Project 1961 (w/ Ribbon)...........................................................10
281. Phil. National Red Cross enameled medal 1950’s (w/ Ribbon).........................................35
282. Monnaie De Paris 2001 Basilique Du Sacre Couer UNC.....................................................10
283. Notre Dame De Lourdes B.U.......................10
284. Pope John Paul II Reverse: Rome EF...........15
285. “Come and follow Me” Pope John Paul II Reverse: Niech Bedzie Pochwalony Jezus Chrystus AU............................................................... ...15
286. Pius XI Annus Marianus Pivs XII 1854-1954 UNC................................................................15
287. 1958 Asian Games Tokyo Large Bronze Square.............................................................15
288. 1960 Rome Olympics Large Bronze Round..............................................................15
289. 1962 Asian Games Jakarta Large Bronze Round..............................................................15
290. 1964 Tokyo Olympics Large Bronze Round.............................................................15






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PHILIPPINE BANKNOTES

Pre-War to Republic Issues

291. 1907 Aug. 8 Check Serial No. 492093, Treasury of the Philippine Islands, Manila, for the amount of P15, payable to a certain Sixto Calimlim. Check bears bust of Gen. Lawton with several endorsements at the back. Dark tone due to age, w/ torn portions repaired. Rare. PHOTO................................................75
292. P5 BPI 1912 Garcia-Hord. SN # B587221. VF/EF Rare.....................................................20
293. 10¢ PNB 1917 P-39 Emergency Circulating note Serial No. 689490. UNC.........................30
294. 50c PNB 1917 Emergency Circulating Notes Ser. No. 1665603. UNC..................................70
295. 50¢ PNB 1916 Mercado-Concepcion AU...................................................................25
296. P5 PNB 1921 Mercado-Unson EF/AU.............................................................12
297. P5 PNB 1937 P-57. UNC...............................40
298. P1 Treasury Cert. 1924 Wood-Lagdameo EF+...............................................................100
299. P1 Treasury Cert. 1929 Murphy-Lagdameo EF+.................................................................95
300. P1 Treasury Cert. 1936 Quezon-Ramos UNC................................................................18
301. P1 Treasury Cert. 1936 P-81 SN#0176915070 EF........................................10
302. P5 Treasury Cert. 1936 Quezon-Ramos SN D3521916D War Dept.Issue R3, Shafer #65, Pick 83b. Very. Rare EF.. PHOTO..............195
303. P1 CB English Series P-133B Quirino Cuaderno. UNC..............................................15
304. P5 Quirino-CuadernoVF+Rare.PHOTO........50
305. P20 Quirino-Cuaderno FVF Rare...................50
306. P5 Victory Osmena-Hernandez EF.................18
307. JIM NOTES One Centavo to P1,000 , complete set of 13 notes UNC........................................20
308. CB Fractional Notes, complete set of 9, 5c, 10c, 20c, & 50c. AU/UNC.....................................20

PILIPINO SERIES PROOF

309. P 50 Proof ND Marcos-Licaros
SN #000000 Printed below “Proof No. 126/2” CU PHOTO...................................................120

ASTERISKS (English, Pilipino, ABL and New Series)

310. CB English Series P10 P-136f Marcos Licaros Asterisk Serial No. *164556 UNC.................15
311. Pilipino Series P50 Marcos Calalang Asterisk Serial No. *072693 UNC................................30
311A. Pilipino Series P100 Marcos Calalang Asterisk
Serial No. *001959. UNC...............................60
312. Pilipino Series P100 Marcos Licaros Asterisk Serial No. *011595 UNC..............................100
313. CB ABL Series P5 P-153B Marcos Licaros Light Seal Asterisk Serial No. *1888425 UNC................................................................10
314. CB ABL Series P10 P-154 Marcos Licaros Light Seal Asterisk Serial No. *1597305. UNC................................................................10
315. CB ABL Series P20 P-155 Marcos Licaros Light Seal Asterisk Serial No. *891030 UNC................................................................15
316. CB ABL Series P50 P-156 Marcos Licaros Light Seal Asterisk Serial No. *699051. UNC................................................................15
317. CB New Series P50 ND 50th Anniversary Ramos Singson Asterisk Serial No. *1467327 UNC................................................................10
318. CB New Series P20 2009 60th Anniversary Arroyo Tetangco Asterisk Serial No. *5481713. UNC..............................................10
319. CB New Series P50 2009 60th Anniversary Arroyo Tetangco Asterisk Serial No. *6825015. UNC..............................................10
320. CB New Series P500 2009 60th Anniversary Arroyo Tetangco Asterisk Serial No. *1324605 UNC...............................................20
321. CB New Series P200 2004 Arroyo Buenaventura Asterisk Serial No. *0487056 scarce. UNC....................................................20

CB FANCY SOLID NUMBERS

322. New Series P10 1998 Ramos Singson SN#BQ333333 UNC......................................10
323. New Series P10 1999 Estrada Singson SN#FF777777.UNC.......................................20
324. New Series P10 2001 Estrada Buenaventura Red SN#VY555555 Estrada was deposed Jan. 15, 2001 scarce UNC......................................20
325. New Series P20 2001 Estrada Buenaventura Blue SN#MF111111 scarce blue color and year 2001 UNC.......................................................20
326. New Series P20 2006 Arroyo Tetangco SN#BB000001.UNC.......................................10
327. New Series P20 2008 Arroyo Tetangco SN#RR444444 UNC.......................................10
328. New Series P20 2008-A Arroyo Tetangco SN#U654321.UNC.........................................15
329. New Series P20 2009 Arroyo Tetangco SN#KT444444 UNC.......................................10
330. New Series P50 2009 Arroyo Tetangco SN#QY333333.UNC......................................12
331. New Series P500 2009Arroyo Tetangco SN#AE444444 UNC.......................................20



CB SINGLE PREFIX LETTERS SOLID NUMBERS

332. CB New Series P20 2008 Arroyo Tetangco SN#N3333333. CU.........................................10
333. CB New Series P20 2008 Arroyo Tetangco
SN#Z555555.CU............................................10
334. CB New Series P20 2008-A Arroyo Tetangco
N#W999999.CU.............................................15
335. CB New Series P20 2008-A Arroyo Tetangco SN#W10000000. CU......................................15
336. CB New Series P50 2008 Arroyo Tetangco SN#S666666.CU.............................................15
337. CB Bew Series P50 2008 Arroyo Tetangco SN#S555555.CU.............................................15
338. CB New Series P100 2007 Arroyo Tetangco SN#K333333. CU...........................................20
339. CB New Series P100 2007 Arroyo Tetangco SN#D444444.CU............................................20
340. CB New Series P100 2007 Arroyo Tetangco SN#V555555.CU............................................20
341. CB New Series P100 2007 Arroyo Tetangco SN#K666666.CU............................................20
342. CB New Series P100 2009 Arroyo Tetangco SN#S444444.CU.............................................15
343. CB New Series P100 2009 Arroyo Tetangco SN#B555555.CU............................................15
344. CB New Series P100 2009 Arroyo Tetangco SN#B777777.CU............................................15
345. CB New Series P100 2009 Arroyo Tetangco SN#K888888.CU............................................30

CB SOLID CHINESE LUCKY NUMBERS “8” ALL SCARCE

346. CB New Series P10 1999 Estrada Singson SN#FF888888 CU.........................................30
347. CB New Series P20 2001 Arroyo Buenaventura Blue SN#NK888888 Transition after Estrada was deposed Jan. 15, 2001. UNC................................................................25
348. CB New Series P20 2002 Arroyo BuenaventuraSN#YF888888 CU...................20
349. CB New Series P20 2008 Arroyo Tetangco SN#UL888888 CU.........................................20
350. CB New Series P20 2008-A Arroyo Tetangco SN#ZS888888 CU..........................................25
351. CB New Series P20 2009 Arroyo Tetangco SN#HH888888. CU........................................25
352. CB New Series P50 2009 Arroyo Tetangco SN#PP888888.CU..........................................25
353. CB New Series P50 2009 Arroyo Tetangco SN#PX888888 CU..........................................20
354. CB New Series P100 2009 Arroyo Tetangco SN#LK888888. CU........................................25
355. CB New Series P500 2008 Arroyo Tetangco SN#LP888888. CU.........................................30
356. CB New Series P500 s 2009 Arroyo Tetangco SN#YU888888 CU.........................................30

CB SPECIMENS

357. CB New Series P50 ND Aquino Cuisia SpecimenSN#JC000000 AU...........................10
358. CB New Series P500 ND Aquino Cuisia Specimen SN#RM000000 CU........................20
359. CB New Series P500 ND Ramos Singson Specimen SN#AC000000. CU.......................20
360. CB New Series P1000 ND Ramos Singson Specimen SN#A000000. CU..........................25
361. CB New Series P1000 2000 Estrada Buenaventura Specimen SN#RM000000 CU.25

CB SIMILAR PREFIX LETTERS, SOLID NUMBERS SET, ETC.

362. New Series P20 2008 Arroyo-Tetangco same prefix letter SN#CQ111111 to CQ1000000,
CQ123456, CQ654321 and CQ000001 to CQ000010 22pcs. set .UNC..........................150
363. New Series P50 2008 Arroyo-Tetangco same prefix letter SN#GJ111111 to GJ1000000, GJ123456, GJ654321 and GJ000001 to GJ000010 22 pcs. set .UNC..........................200
364. New series P100 2008 Arroyo- Tetangco same prefix letter SN#MB111111 to MB1000000, MB123456, MB654321 and MB000001 to MB000010, 22 pcs. set .UNC......................250
365. New Series 2007 P20 Arroyo-Tetangco. Solid Ser. Nos All same prefix letters. PE 111111 up to PE 1000000 & PE 1000001, PE 123456 & PE 654321. Scarce. 13 pcs. UNC............200
366. New Series 2006 P50 Aquino-Tetangco, Solid Ser. Nos. all same prefix letters (except SN VH 999999) VH 111111 up to VH 888888, & VH 1000000, VH 123456 & VH 654321, 12pcs. UNC..............................................................150
367. New Series 2007 P100 Arroyo-Tetangco Solid SN. All same prefix letters RP 111111 up to RP 1000000 & RP 1000001, RP 123456 & RP 654321, 13pcs. Scarce. UNC.......................300
368. New Series 2004 P200 Arroyo-Buenaventura, solid SN. All same prefix letters DE 111111 up to DE 1000000 & DE 1000001 DE 123456 & DE 654321. Scarce, 13pcs. UNC..................600
369. First Issue 1970 P50 Marcos-Licaros, Starnote, Red Border.SN 112599. Scarce. UNC............50
370. ABL P2 Marcos-Laya Special Prefix letters, JP (JP-000000) ovpt. Pope John Paul II Visit, 1981. Limited Issue. Very Rare. UNC..........100
371. ABL P10 Marcos-Laya SN FM-000000, ovpt. Bust of Pres. Marcos, 1981. UNC..................35
372. ABL P2, 5, 10, 20, 50 & P100 same all prefix letters & signatures Marcos-Laya SN 000000, 6pcs. UNC.....................................................100
373. ABL Marcos-Licaros P5, 10, 20 & P50, all same prefix letters & all SN zero A000000, ovpt Specimen, 4pcs. UNC.............................80
374. New Series 2001 P500 Arroyo-Buenaventura, SN RB 000000 w/ holes, Specimen. Scarce
UNC..............................................................100
375. CB ND (1949) P100 Quirino-Cuaderno UNC..7
376. CB ND (1949) P200 Quirino-Cuaderno, very low Ser. No. A-000032. Scarce. UNC............80
377. CB ND (1949) P500 Quirino-Cuaderno. Very low SN A-000032. Scarce. UNC..................100

PAPER EPHEMERA, MUSIC SHEETS, ETC.

378. 1825-1897, A collection of 20 DIFFERENT PAPEL SELLADOS all U in the Philippines during the Spanish regime, F-VF..................220
379. 1851 Jan.21,RARE First Issue of SWEEPSTAKES TICKET of the Spanish Regime (Real Loteria Filipina No. 8003), One share costing 4 Reales). Toned, w/ small tears repaired. Extremely scarce. PHOTO............150
380. 1870 Feb 14, PLANO DE CASA ADMINISTRACION DE CAVITE es copia of the hand drawn architectural plan, signed by El Ayudante Federico Caballero, 61-1/2 x 62 cm, slight TS on edges but still FVF............570
381. 1885 Jan. 23, Stampless official mail “R.S. (Real Servicio) folded letter w/ oval seal, addressed to the Cagsaua Albay, and marked “Circular” Rare. VF........................................20
382. 1898 Royal Blue tobacco label featuring Admiral George Dewey and officers of the Spanish American War PHOTO.....................75
383. Early 1900s. A very elaborate unused ATENEO de MANILA, Dept. of Military Science and Tactics DIPLOMA, measurung 16 1/2 x 21", with some folds, some water stains on lower left corner but very fine condition. 60.
384. 1909 May 21, Program-Invitation to the Ground –Breaking Ceremonies of the capitol site of thePhilippines at Plaza de Bagumpanahon, Manila, presided over by Gov. Gen. CAMERON FORBES, as Chairman of the Capitol, and Hon. SERGIO OSMENA, as Chairman of the Festivities.Lay-out of the proposed Capitol site included. VF PHOTO..........................................................55
385. 1914 Nov. 3, Manila Delivery Receipt issued by the Sons of Roman Ongpin in favor of the Manila Railroad Cmpany for goods delivered to the Ongpins, with the “El 82” logo printed on receipt. Document cut rougly on 3 edges, o/w JF..............................................................25
386. 1929 Printed-Invitation to a Reception and Ball extended by the 8th Philippine Legislature in honor of Gov. Gen DWIGHT F. DAVIS and Miss ALICE DAVIS to be held in the evening of Sept. 19, 1929 at the Marble Hall, Ayuntamiento. VF,.........................................20
387. 1934 June 10 PAAF Sweepstakes ticket, w/ a First Prize of P110,000 awarded to the winner...............................................................8
388. 1940 Jan. 13, Privilege Tax Receipt issued in Noveleta, Cavite affixed w/ 4 one half P2 revenue stamps, duly dated and cancelled VF...................................................................25
389. PHIL. ATIMONAN TAYABAS “MABAIT HEBRA” CIGARETTE label (sm. chips)......8
390. PHIL. ILOCOS SUR “ILOCANA” w/ probably Mla. Superiores cigarette label -.......................7
391. PHIL. MANILA “GERMINAL”FABRICA DE TABACOS cigarette label sm. Chips...............5
392. Circa pre WWII, A collection of 16 MANUSCRIPT SHEETS MUSIC PLUS 2 PRINTED of kundiman, zarzuela, etc. by local artists such as Antonio J.Molina, Francisco Buencamino, Jesus Balmori, Gerardo O. Enriquez, Ramon Tapales, Severino Reyes, Rosa Pinon, Jose Corazon de Jesus, J. M. Buencamino, Jose M. Rivera, Pat. Mariano, G. R. Llamas, E. Perez, Nicanor Abelardo, PLUS 2 BOOKS HISTORY OF MUSIC by Antonio J. Molina in 1926-30 and 1931-37 respectively; F-FVF, some tears in 3 sheets............................................................800
393. 1920 Idilio Filipino, Intermezzo, Musica de B. Trapanza Cover design is unusual because a Filipino couple is kissing passionately atop a rock with the sunset as their background! All edges and corners are brittled due to age hard to find..................................................................20
394. 1940 Kahapon Lamang Movie Music Sheet with actress Corazon Noble on the cover. Good condition.........................................................18
395. 1940 Hirap ng Umibig theme song from the Movie Sakay, with actress Arsenia Francisco on the cover, some minor damages on the lower portion.............................................................18
396. 1941 Akoy Kampupot theme song from the movie Binibiro Lamang Kita, with murdered Actress Lilian Velez on the cover with her handwritten dedication and autograph.very rare, fine condition..................................................40
397. 1941 Nang Tayoy Magkita theme song from the Movie Mariposa, with Corazon Noble and Angel Esmeralda on the cover good condition,........................................................18
398. 1943 Kundiman ng Bayan,With a note thet reads, Nagtamo ng unang gantimpala sa timpalak na idinaos ng ika 30 ng Nobyembre 1943, sa ilalim ng pangasiwaan ng Lungsod ng Maynilal lyrics by National Artist Amado V.Hernandez, music by Lem Ignacio.Hard to find, good as new............................................20
399. 1947 Baka Maputikan theme song from the Movie Bakya mo Neneng with Rosa Del Rosario and Leopoldo Salcedo on the cover, fine condition..................................................18
400. 1948 Awit ng Pag Ibig theme song from the Movie Tani, with Teddy Benavides and Flora Mirasol on the cover, fine condition...............18
401. 1948 Music Sheet from the Movie Halik sa Bandila, this music sheet contains 2 songs from the said movie.with actor Jose Padilla Jr.on the cover, fine condition........................18
402. Martsa Quirino, A Music Sheet dedicated to Pres.Elpidio Quirino. Lyrics by J.R.De Leon. Music by H.F.Rubio.Some water stains on the lower portion but not affecting print all corners and edges are still sharp. Rare........................30
403. 1935 Manila Grand Opera House Movie Flyer, with announcements of the movies, Yayang, Tulisan and Lihim and Pag-ibig. With a special number by National Artist Atang De La Rama, fine condition, Hard to find............18
404. WW2 Mabuhay ang Pangulong Laurel sheet music cover with snowflakes, last page signed and a note from E. Arsenio Manuel, known as the father of Filipino folklore studies, an awardee of Dangal ng Haraya 2000................................................................25

MAPS, PHOTOS, ETC.

405. 1748 Robert Vaugondy “Les Isles de la Sonde, Moluques Philippines, Carolines et Mariannes” copper engraving antique map. On green pasparu 10½ inches x 9½ inches (view) /17½ x 12 inches (entire), original color VF.................................................................125
406. 1788 L’ ASIE PAR DE BONNE Ingenieur – Hydrographe de la Marine. Showing the map of Asia including the Philippines. PHOTO….....................................................250
407. 1832 ASIA published by Baldwin and Gradock Paternoster Row, June 1832, Engraved by J & C Walker CF, Showing the map of the Philippines and Asia PHOTO….190
408. 1855 COLTON’S EAST INDIES. Showing the Philippines, Borneo and Kingdom of Siam. Intricate border VF. PHOTO…....................180
409. 1867 GLOBE MAP JOHNSONS GLOBULAR WORLD CA., published by A JJ Johnson, New York. Showing Eastern and Western Hemispheres including the Philippines. PHOTO....150
410. 1930s. 1872 PLANO de la CIUDAD de MANILA y sus ARRABALES con INCLUSION de los PUEBLOS de PACO, ERMITA Y MALATE [approx. 34 1/2 x 48 1/2"], printed by Capitol Publishing House with some tears longest is approx. 9 " with gummed tape, worn edges, but overall condition is good..............................................................500
411. 1935. SOIL SURVEY MAP of BATANGAS PROVINCE, P.I., measures 34x43", produced by the Dept. of Agriculture and Commerce, litho by the Bureau of Coast and Geodesic Survey, folded but in excellent condition.......60
412. 1951 Big Map of the City of Manila,Measuring 471/2X371/2 inches, with a Caption of From Original Surveys1904 -1951,Corrected to Oct.30 1951.Prepared in the Division of Drafting and Surveys,Dept,of Engineering and Public Works.Scale of 1:10000, damages noted are, torn area, water marks and folding due to Wear and Tear. Usage.Map is still Complete...........................30
413. JAPOCC Colored War Map published by Manila Shinbun-Sha indicating areas occupied by Japan, Germany and Italy, the Powers Friendly to Japan, Points and Direction of Land, Air and Sea attack by Axis Nations, etc. Toned due to age, o/w JF .............................120
414. Circa 1899, 2 sepia photos of CUARTEL DE MALATE, facade and back portion both showing U.S. soldiers, 10-3/4 X 16-1/2 cm, slight tear on cardboard but still F. PHOTO........................................................200
415. Emilio Aguinaldo vintage photo Malolos, Bulacan. Size of the photo 9 1/2” x 7 ½ VG condition...................................................10
416. Photo print of Marcelo del Pilar (seated at left) & Antonio Luna (standing) w/ Filipino compatriots while attending fencing studies at Sala de Armas in Tondo, Manila VF..............12
417. Undated. AS IT WAS 100 YEARS AGO [1898 - 1903], a collection of 12 diff. reproduction photographs taken during the American period in the Phil. Each photograph measuring 8 1/2x 11" in excellent condition except for worn wrapper...........................................................25
418. Undated. 3 BOOKPLATES of Pedro Paterno, C.A. Ancheta, and Segundo Infantado...........17
419. Undated. 3 BOOKPLATES [of Jorge Vargas, Zoilo Hilario, and Malacanang Palace............17
420. MOVIE TICKETS (1954-1955) of Cine Malolos and Cine Estrella in Malolos, Bulacan, with popular movies at the time like Calamity Jane, Sohrab and Rustum, Tapis Mo Inday, Padre Burgos, etc. (102 pcs.). pasted on board,stained & toned due to age FVF.................................................................55
GUERRILLA NOTES
421. APAYAO, 10¢ S104.UNC.............................10
422. APAYAO, 50¢ S107 UNC.............................10
423. AKLAN, 5¢ S204. VF....................................80
424. AKLAN, 10¢ S205, VF..................................80
425. BOHOL, 50¢ S134a Low number 132. EF....20
426. BOHOL, 10 Pesos S137i no countersign. EF.20
427. BOHOL, One Peso S139B.EF........................10
428. CAGAYAN, 2 Pesos S165 w/ doc. stamp (CV$45). VF...................................................30
429. CAGAYAN, 50¢ S185X contemporary counterfeit. AU...............................................20
430. CAGAYAN, 2 Pesos S191b green text over serial No. 42,751 Eagle very dark brown VF...................................................................30
431. CAGAYAN, P20 PS170 Orange yellow revenue samp affixed on dark, green paper. Ser. No. 924049. EF...............................................50
432. ILOILO, 2 Pesos S312 very rare in AU/UNC.......................................................300
433. ILOILO, 5 Pesos S316 Mac Arthur Manila Paper variety thin, medium and thick, 3pcs. UNC................................................................15
434. ILOILO, 10 Pesos S317a & b both errors “PHILIHHINES” 2 pcs. AU/UNC.............. 30
435. ILOILO, 50¢ S326 thin & fat red seal 2pcs. UNC................................................................20
436. ILOILO, 5 Pesos S328a color variety:light red, red and orange 3pcs. UNC..............................15
437. LEYTE, One Peso 1943 Military Issue correct spelling “OFFICER” .UNC..........................60
438. LEYTE, 2 Pesos 1943 Military Issue correct spelling “OFFICER”.UNC...........................70
439. LEYTE, 5 Pesos 1943 Military Issue correct spelling “AMERICA”.UNC..........................80
440. MINDANAO,5¢ S481a & b .UNC.................20
441. MINDANAO, 10¢ S482a & b.UNC...............25
442. MINDANAO, 20¢ S483a & b..UNC..............30
443. MINDANAO, One Peso S485a c/s CRISPIN PANGILINAN. UNC.....................................30
444. MINDANAO, One Peso S485b c/s ARMANDO ALA.UNC.................................30
445. MINDANAO, One Peso S485c c/s PEDRO G. PEREZ.UNC...................................................30
446. MINDANAO, One Peso S485d c/s PEDRO DAGANDAN.AU...........................................30
447. MINDANAO, One Peso S485e c/s VICENTE D. ROA.UNC..................................................30
448. MINDANAO, One Peso S485 unlisted c/s LEONCIO MENDOZA.UNC........................50
449. MINDANAO, 5¢ S491, 10¢ S492 & 20¢ S493. 3pcs. UNC.......................................................20
450. MINDANAO, 10¢ S492 error “01” instead of “10” pin hole UNC.........................................20
451. MINDANAO, 10 Pesos S527f low serial No. “5” pin hole.UNC...........................................10
452. MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL, 50¢ S571. AU...................................................................15
453. MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL, One Peso S572. AU/UNC.........................................................20
454. MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL, 10¢ S573 & 20¢ S574 2pcs. UNC.............................................20
455. MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL, 50¢ S576a, S576b & S576c ountersigned Cuerpo & Oteyza 3pcs. UNC................................................................30
456. NEGROS OCCIDENTAL, 10 Pesos S649a low serial No. “2”.EF.............................................10
457. NEGROS OCCIDENTAL, 10 Pesos S649a (bond “Pesos” facing in) unlisted serial No. 58915. AU.......................................................20
458. ARMY OF USA, 20 Pesos S716 (CV $60 for fine unpriced after).UNC....................50




POSTCARDS, RPPCS, ETC.

459. Private mailing card showing Rosario Street. Iloilo– Panay P.I. VF. PHOTO….................170
460. Colored Jose Rizal Ateneo postcard. By Phil. Curio Agency - Printed in Germany VF. PHOTO….....................................................220
461. RRPC Portrait of Jose Rizal. Ex Ongpin Collection VF. PHOTO................................150
462. RPPC Self portrait of Juan Luna in 1899. Ex Ongpin Collection VF PHOTO..................150
463. RPPC Ateliers office of EL 82. Ex Ongpin Collection .VF PHOTO..................................90
464. RPPC Atelier shop of EL 82. Ex Ongpin Collection .VF PHOTO..................................90
465. RPPC Painting collection of Ongpin including Juan Luna, Hidalgo and other Masters. VF PHOTO.........................................................120
466. 1922 Ateneo “La Ignaciana” Building, Proyecto Del Ingenieiro . Emiliano Ma. De Moreta VF PHOTO........................................40
467. Principal business street – Zamboanga Mindanao. VF PHOTO...................................25
468. Steel Krupp Guns taken from Spanish Cruiser “Castilla” sunk by Admiral Dewey‘s squadron in Manila Bay. Postally used . VF PHOTO...........................................................45
469. 13th Cavalry Maneuvers. Camp at Orani Bataan. VF PHOTO … 40
470. Streets in Fort William Mc-Kinley. Postally used 1903. VF. PHOTO.................................35
471. Submarine USS Sub-Mariner “Shark” Manila Bay 16 VF PHOTO...........................95
472. 3rd Falls Pagsanjan PI. By Camera Supply Company. VF PHOTO...................................16
473. Igorotes Preparing Dog Dinner by Phil Curio Agency, Manila VF PHOTO..........................28
474. RPPC Moro Market P.I VF. PHOTO...........30
475. RPPC of Malacanang Palace taken from Ilog Pasig.VF PHOTO...........................................25
476. RPPC Telegraph Office in Camp John Hay VF PHOTO.....................................................28
477. RPPC Scout Post Camp in Camp John Hay VF PHOTO....................................................30
478. RPPC Death chamber, where the Japanese tortured Filipino prisoners VF PHOTO..........25
479. RPPC Andres Bonifacio’s Balintawak monument VF PHOTO.................................55
480. RPPC Rizal’s monument taken during a pre war celebration VF PHOTO..........................35
481. RPPC An old Spanish Fort , Walled City, Manila PI by C De Vinna VF PHOTO...........20
482. RPPC Pagsanjan Gate VF PHOTO................20
483. RPPC Mayon Volcano Pouring of Melted Rocks and Ashes. 6:00 PM June 1938? VF PHOTO...........................................................22
484. RPPC Mayon Volcano Eruption 3:40 P.M. 6-10-38 Legaspi Albay taken by New Mayon Studio. Postally used in 1949 VF PHOTO.......................................................... 24
485. RPPC Mayon Volcano in Eruption June 7, 1938. 8:15 A.M VF PHOTO..........................22
486. RPPC Mayon Volcano Eruption 11:07 A.M. July 20, 1928 by Photo Art Studio, Legaspi VF. PHOTO...........................................................22
487. RPPC Mayon Volcano in Eruption, June 22, 1938, 6:45 P.M. by Pena Studio, Album remnants at the back FVF. VF PHOTO..........18
488. RRPC Bontoc Road, Mt. Province PI VF. PHOTO...........................................................16
489. RPPC Wall of Old Manila VF PHOTO........14
490. RPPC Battery Barracks Asturias Jolo P.I. VF PHOTO...........................................................16
491. RPPC Non Commissioned NC Staff , Camp John Hay VF PHOTO.....................................22
492. RPPC Filipino Church Interior By Stratton VF PHOTO.....................................................22
493. RPPC Priests Residence, San Juan La Union. P.I. VF. PHOTO.............................................18
494. RPPC The Bishop’s Palace, Cagayan Oriental Misamis VF PHOTO.....................................20
495. RPPC Igorots Carrying Cogan, Mt. Province VF. PHOTO....................................................18
496. RPPC Igorot “FAUE” Play Place, Bontoc, Mt. Province. VF PHOTO.....................................20
497. RPPC Igorot’s tribal dance VF PHOTO......18
498. RPPC Group of Negritos, Chief in center, with plug hat, Bataan Prov VF PHOTO.................26
499. RPPC University of Sto Tomas Ecclesiastical Faculties Building (Kitchen) FVF PHOTO....23
500. RPPC University of Sto Tomas Ecclesiastical Faculties Building (Seminary Dining Room) VF PHOTO.....................................................23
501. RPPC University of Sto Tomas Ecclesiastical Faculties Building (Reception Hall) FVF PHOT..............................................................23
502. RPPC University of Sto Tomas Ecclesiastical Faculties Building (Main Stairway) FVF. PHOTO...........................................................23
503. RPPC Apolinario Mabini VF........................25
504. 2 elongated RPPC. Grotto in Baguio City VF. PHOTO...........................................................35
505. 2 elongated RPPC. Zigzag Road in Mt. Province VF. PHOTO....................................35
506. 2 elongated RPPC. Villa Carmen in Baguio City VF PHOTO.............................................42
507. The official postcard of the Manila INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL of 1982 featuring the Golden Eagle award, [5x7"]. VF. PHOTO.............................................................5
508. 2007. A POSTCARD BOOK, featuring 12 detachables from Prudencio Lamarroza's' ECOLOGY' oil paint series..............................6
509. Undated. 4 diff. unused cards featuring scenes from 4 Asian countries [Philippines,Hongkong, India and Vietnam], published by by the Lopez Foundation of the Asian Institute of Management......................................................7
510. Undated. 12 diff. unused cards featuring "FLOWERS" from various publishers from Germany............................................................6
511. 1995. A POSTCARD FOLIO featuring "FIESTAS" - 12 interpretations by Claude Tayag of celebrations for each month of the year, approx. 5 1/4 x 5 1/4"...............................9
512. 2007. A POSTCARD BOOK with 12 diff. detachable postcards featuring works from Antonio Ko Jr.'s watercolor series "FOREST"......................................................7
513. 2004. a POSTCARD BOOK/CALENDAR featuring art by Amorsolo, Saprid, Baldemor,Escobanas, Estrada, Shellshear, crafts of the IFUGAO house, blue and white jar,retablo, and the Murillo map; published by PAMANA [the museum shop of the Museumof the Pilipino People, Mla., Phil........................10
514. 1997. KASAYSAYAN '97, 12 framable prints of historical paintings by Zny Laygo.The folio celebrates Philippine history fromPre-Magellanic times to the present, published by ATandT...........................................................15
515. 2000. IMAGES from SHEER REALITIES: CLOTHING and POWER in the NINETEENTH CENTURY PHILIPPINES, 30 images [clothing, jewelry and paintings] from the exhibit organized by Asia Society, New York photographed by Neal Oshima..............20
516. 1960s. Unused card from Pres. and Mrs. Diosdado Macapagal featuring 'Malacanang Palace' by Fernando Amorsolo [5x7"] some stain due to light exposure................................5
517. 1994. 4-unused cards of Pres. Emil Javier of U.P. featuring oils by Manansala, Luna,Enriquez, and Lorenzo [4 1/2 x 6"], from by the U.P. Vargas Museum Collection, spon-sored by the U.P. College of Arts and Letters...............................................................7
518. Undated. 5 diff. unused cards featuring "FLOWERS" [paintings by Bello, 4 1/2x5 1/2]....................................................................7
519. Undated. Set of 6 diff. unused cards featuring prints of illustrations from1830s-1890s [bargaining for horses in Calamba, Lavanderas, Customs office, departure for the hunt, Customs of Manila and Taal Volcano], published by Gallery of Prints, Mla., Phil........8
520. 1996. 4 diff. unused cards featuring acrylics by Jeff Dizon [with envelopes]..............................7
521. Undated. A set of 12 Japanese cards featuring 12 prints each representing a month of the year by Kunisada and Ikkei on fan design in crisp condition...........................................................8
522. 1977. Calendar The ORIGINAL PILIPINOS featuring 12 colorful portraits of Phil.'s cultural minorities, published by Panamin Foundation Inc. approx. 12x12, spirally bound.................12
523. 1999. Calendar 100 YEARS of FILIPINO ARTISTRY, United Coconut Planters Bank's calendar for the year 1999 featuring 6 works from Pilipino masters [Hidalgo, Amorsolo, Legaspi, Francisco, Ocampo, and Malang]......6
524. 2008. calendar A NATION of INDIGENOUS PEOPLE, featuring colorful portraits of the Phil.'s cultural minorities approx. 11x12, spirally bound, published by the National Commissionfor Culture and Arts....................12
525. B.I.R. Official Inspection/Labels, Commonwealth Era, for Hand-made Long Filler Cigars. Small torn at lower left, o/w. FVF.................................................................18
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WW 11 JAPANESE OCCUPATION EPHEMERA

526. “I Shall Return” Gen. Douglas MacArthur WW2 Cigarette label. Featuring the American and Philippine flags. In 1943 Colonel Whitney, an army intelligence officer on General Douglas MacArthur's staff, suggested that propaganda items with the General's famous "I Shall Return" pledge be distributed to the native population in the Japanese occupied Philippine Islands. The Office of War Information classified the project top secret, then made arrangements with the Larus & Bro. Tobacco Company of Richmond, Virginia to manufacture the cigarettes. Very rare. PHOTO...................................................85
527. 1942 Residence Certificate issued to a certain Luis Baltrass of Sampaloc/ Issued by the Defense Commanding Ofice in Chief of the Greater Manila City. With 2 Japanese chopmarks at the right side. Taped at the sides. FVF. PHOTO..................................................50
528. 1943 Certificate of Registration and Reconditioning of Radio Receiving Set issued in Bocaue, Bulacan . With Japanese Military chopmark. Fold at the middle, VF. PHOTO...........................................................90
529. MANILA FALLS!, WW2 Flyer. Target Japanese troops, prepared by the US in advance for capture of Manila. Map of the Philippines with neighboring Asian counties. With Psychological Warfare explanation. VF. PHOTO...........................................................40
530. BROKEN BEYOND REPAIR WW2 Flyer. Target American troops, prepared by the Japanese forces. Showing American soldiers’ fuel and supplies cut by the Japanese, leaving the US forces isolated. VF PHOTO..............40
531. American Forces Poised for Next Assault, Coming Events Cast their Shadows. WW2 Flyer. Target Japanese Forces. Shows areas where the Jap Forces have been isolated by the Allies. The shadow covers areas over which American Forces have sea and air control. PHOTO...........................................................40
532. 1944 Mutual Realty Company Incorporated Stock Certificate issued to Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Has a beautiful intricate border design. Signed and sealed on June 1944. PHOTO......35
533. 1943 Dept of Agriculture and Commerce Pass issued to a certain Abel C Abella, employee of the bureau assigned in the province of Bataan. Issued on Sept 20, 1943. With 2 Japanese chopmarks at the right side. Rust stains on top FVF Scarce. PHOTO.........80
534. WW2 Pass for a Bona Fide student of the College of Medicine, University of Santo Tomas in Intramuros. With Japanese markings. At that time UST was also an interment camp for US POWs. Rare document. Stains at the sides, taped at the back.PHOTO.....................80
535. 1944 Bagumpanahon Neighborhood Association ID for the City of Manila. Issued to a certain Alejandra Fernade de Jesus of Sampaloc. With Jap Metropolitan Constabulary and Bagumpanahon purple stamping at the back.PHOTO...................................................35
536. 1945 49th General Hospital Civilian Pass issued to Luis Beltran (a Philippine broadcast journalist and newspaper columnist.) He is authorized to enter the Hospital Area between 700-1630 for Common Laborer. Signed by Richard Weisgerber, 2nd Lt. Med Adm C. Civilian Affairs Officers. Taped at the sides. PHOTO...........................................................35
537. 1944 Philippine Red Cross ID under the joint sponsorship of the City of Manila, and is a member of Neighborhood Association, of Bagumpanahon district. Issued to Luis Beltran (a Philippine broadcast journalist and newspaper columnist.) Taped at the sides. RARE WW2 Doc. PHOTO............................75
538. WW2 Naric National Rice and Corn Corporation Rice Ration Card No 8448 for 14 fourteen persons. Unit of measure: Condensed Milk tins, Weekly Ration: 98 Tins. Issued to a certain Salvador De La Cruz. The 16 coupons still attached.PHOTO..................30
539. JAPOCC “Kundiman ng Bayan” music sheet. With lyrics by Amado V. Hernandez and music by Leon Ignacio. FVF.....................................20
540. JAPOCC Poster w/ heading : NATIONAL HEROES DAY, showing a Filipino family paying homage to the Filipino heroes with the words “Let Us Glorify Them” written across the panel.. VF..PHOTO..................................25
541. ADMISSION PASS to the Inauguration of the Philippine Republic and the Induction into Office of the President of the Republic held on October 14, 1943.Unused...............................25
542. WWII photo showing a captured Jap soldier w/ both hands raised at his back being herded to a prison cell by a Filipino soldier & guerrilla captor. VF..PHOTO.......................................20
543. WWII photo showing war-damaged Legislative Bldg in Manila during the Battle of Liberation VF.PHOTO....................................................20
544. JAPOCC “IKEBONO” cigarette label. VF..15
545. FREE PHILIPPINES. Issue of July 27, 1946 (Airborne Edition Airmail) with headline “Quezon Remains Arrived” VF..................12
546. A nice collection of 20 World War II photographs vividly depicting a battle scarred Manila and the different aspects of a brutal war in the Philippines. VF...................................120
547. WW2 Pamphlet of Premier Tozyo in Bisaya, 10 pages with minor tear on all pages, cover almost separated from the spine......................10
548. WW2 Ano ang Kalibapi pamphlet signed by E. Arsenio Manuel on cover and last page, published by the Dept. on Information, Imperial Japanese Army, 43 VG toned condition pages, Manuel the father of Filipino folklore studies, an awardee of Dangal ng Haraya 2000...........25
ANTIQUES. MISCELLANOUS, ETC.
549. Llavero - c1930s key holder, silver with copper inlay approx. 50 grams VF.................20
550. Antique StereoView Finder – Exposition Universelle Internationale 1900, aluminum shade eye-shield by H.C. White Co. (missing one clasp), VF.............................................155
551. Early 1900s Brass Religious Amulet – on Obv: Mary with the Baby Jesus and on Rev: The Risen Christ. Latin mystic words around the rims ( Bantug collection) VF..................20
552. Early 1900s Brass Religious Amulet – Obv: The Virgin Mary with mystic letters around the rims and on Rev: The Holy Family and the bird of heaven ex Bantug collection) VF...............20
553. Vistidora – anting-anting (amulet) chasuble-like inner sleeveless shirt worn by fanatical believers in magical occult and faithhealers. Circa, 1930s from the province of Samar . Hand-drawn religious figures and corrupted mystic letters at front. Extremely difficult to find. VF.........................................................115
554. Handkerchief - like anting-anting (amulet) used by fanatical believers in magical occult and faithhealers. Circa, 1930s from the province of Samar. Hand-drawn religious figures and corrupted mystic letters and phrases at front. Extremely difficult to VF................75
555. Manila Police Detective Sergeant Secret Service Badge.................................................20
556. BAROMETRO Estrella del Norte Manila & ILOILO Baguio destructor Baguio Intenso Para La Prevision Del Tiempo Archipelago Filipino Puesto por elp.Federico Faura S.J Director del Observatorio de Manila Brass and Glass......500
557. Early 1900’s ROYAL GINGER BEER Bottle of San Miguel Brewery Manila Stoneware/ porcelain bottle...............................................20
558. Set of 12 pieces different miniatures Coca Cola bottles 1990’s -..................................................7
559. Worldwide 10 different currency collection with corresponding country stamps all in customized large folders...................................9
560. 21 All diff. US comic collection.......................3

UNPUBLISHED TYPESCRIPTS, BOOKS, MAGAZINES & PAMPHLETS, ETC.

561. Titulo Contribucion al Studio del Elemento Espanol en Ilongo original typescript by Catedratico Dr. Rafael de Balbin Lucas, Universidad de Madrid, 1964, 378 pages, JF...................................................................100
562. DE CARDEGIA A MISAMIS, NOTAS DE UN VIAJERO original typescript about the diary of a traveler to Misamis in Mindanao aboard the ship “Isla de Panay” in 1890-1891, 68 pages, slight TS on edge JF.....................250
563. THE TEMPTATION OF ADAM ACCORDING TO THE QUR’AN mimeographed paper by Cesar Adib Majul, 9 pages, TS on top & bottom, JF.......................10
564. POLITICAL AND HISTORICAL NOTES ON THE OLD SULU SULTANATE mimeographed paper by Cesar Adib Majul presented at the International Conference on Asian History University of Hong Kong, Aug. 30-Sept. 5, 1964, 16 pages, TS, G..................20
565. THE HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF THE MUSLIMS IN THE PHILIPPINES AND THE PRESENT MINDANAO CRISIS mimeographed paper by Cesar Adib Majul presented at the Second National Conference of the Philippine Muslim Lawyers League, Dec. 15-18, 1971, 27 pages, TS on edges, JF.........15
566. CULTURAL DIVERSITY, NATIONAL INTEGRATION AND NATIONAL IDENTITY IN THE PHILIPPINES mimeographed paper by Cesar Adib Majul presented at the Conference on “Development in Southeast Asia: Issues and Dilemmas” in Hong Kong, Oct. 26-29, 1971, 39 pages, TS spots but F.......................................................15
567. ISLAMIC AND ARAB CUTURAL INFLUENCES IN THE SOUTH OF THE PHILIPPINES mimeographed paper by Cesar Adib Majul presented at the Africasian Seminar on Art, Literature and Culture at Lahore, Pakistan, Feb., 1965, 9 pages, some TS, JF....18
568. EL CLERO NATIVO EN FILIPINAS DURANTE EL PERIODO ESPANOL original typescript w/corrections, undated speech by Leandro Tormo about the influences of the clergy in the Philippines during the Spanish regime, 24 pages, F...........................20
569. CODE OF CALANTIAO original typescript of the English translation, copied from the Filipiniana Reference Shelf of The National Library, 5 pages, some TS, JF........................12
570. THE ROAD TO BAYANICRACY AND A NEW PRECIOUS CIVILIZATION original typescript by Salvador Araneta, speech delivered at the Thursday Club of Quezon City at D & E Restaurant, July 10, 1969, 10 pages, TS but VG.......................................................10
571. WHENCE CAME THE PROPAGANDA? original typescript by Quijano de Manila, which he publishe in Sunday Times Magazine and also formed part of his book A Question of Heroes, 17 pages, F+......................................20
572. THE POVERTY EXPLOSION, POPULATION INCREASE AND INCOME DECLINE IN DAVO CITY, 1972 mimeographed paper by Robert A. Hackenberg of Davao Action Information Center, 52 pages, TS but still F...................................................15
573. SPEECH OF 1965 RAMON MAGSAYSAY AWARDEE FOR PUBLIC SERVICE mimeographed paper by Jayaprakash Narayan, 5 pages slight TS, F...........................................8
574. SEVEN PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE SEMINAR ON AGRARIAN REFORM, Congress for Cultural Freedom, Sept. 29-30, 1965, Ateneo Law School in Padre Faura, including A CRITIQUE OF THE LAND REFORM PROGRAM by Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino, Jr. F-VF......................100
575. LECCIONES DE URBANIDAD CRISTIANA, pamphlet by Maestro Torio w/ “Superior Permiso” Manila 1866. FVF............8
576. Masonic pamphlet “RITUAL SA UNANG BAYTANG NG KABABAIHAN ng Legionaries del Trabajo” 1933. JF..................12
577. “ MEMORIA ESPECIAL DE WM. H. TAFT, SECRETARIO DE LA GUERRA AL PRESIDENTE SOBRE FILIPINOS” Manila, Bu. of Printing 1909. With some portions of book reinforced.............................20
578. NOLI ME TANGERE by JOSE RIZAL (1899 Manila edition), published by Chofre y Comp in Escolta. This is the first book by our national hero to have been published in the Philippines. A rare first edition book. Newly-book bound but body of book well-preserved and readable..................................................350
579. 1924“ESTATUTOS CONSTITUCIONALES del Supremo Consejo 33 para Filipinas” pamphlet. Printed in Manila by Imprenta P. Sayo Vda. De Sonario. Photo of a Mason in official uniform included. VF.........................15
580. “JOSE RIZAL Filipino Doctor and Patriot” by Jose Baron Fernandez, Manuel L. Morato, pubisher, 1980 ed. With plenty ofl Rizaliana photos of telegrams and letters. 425pp. Softbound........................................................18
581. Chinese Participation in Philippine Culture and Economy by Shubert S.C. Liao, 1964, 425pp. With a diagram showing Rizal’s Chinese ancestry..Spine a bit loose, quite shelf-worn, o/w JF...................................................25
582. 1977. PORTFOLIO I by Domingo Abella, a collection of more than 70 big maps and Philippine views from 1490 to 1700. Only 270 sets of these were produced,hardbound with 74 pages, approx.16x21 1/2" in very good condition.......................................................350
583. AMERICANA ROADSIDE MEMORIES by Michael Karl Witzer and Tim Steil (Ann Arbor, MI: Lowe & B. Hould Publishers, 2003), 285 pages; a colored book with pictures of different types of old gasoline pumps and other automotive signage memorabilia, VF.............12
584. MORE GOLD IN YOUR PIANO BENCH COLLECTIBLE SHEET MUSIC by Marion Short (Atglen, PA: Sc hiffer Publishing Ltd., 1997), 176 pages; a colored catalog with pictures of sheet music including Philippine-American War & Gen. Douglas MacArthur, VF...................................................................15
585. “LA EPOCA REVISTA MENSUAL ILUSTRADA “ magazine, First Issue, Vol. 1, No. 1, June 1922. Articles written in Spanish, English and Visayan. Aged, with torn portions of front and back covers. Defective spine, but inside pages in good condition........................50
586. “LA EPOCA REVISTA MENSUAL ILUSTRADA” magazine, Vol1, No. 3, August 1922. Articles written in Spanish, English and Visayas. Defective spine, but inside pages in good condition................................................25
587. Bureau of Public Works Golden Book 1905-55 HB 109 very good condition pages, tight binding............................................................45
588. Fil-American War Neelys photographs fighting in the Philippines 1899 BOOK.........45
589. PUBLIC LIBRARIES IN THE PHILIPPINES TODAY AND TOMORROW by Adoracion B. Mendoza and Manuel F. Martinez (Manila: The National Library, 2000), 260 pages, EF........................22
590. Manila: History, People & Culture (Proceedings Manila Studies Conference) Manila, 1989. Paperbound, 426pp., Out-of-print, good and clean copy..............................10
591. The Philippine Revolution of 1896: Ordinary Lives, Extraordinary Times. Quezon City, 2001. Paperbound, 316pp. Like new..............10
592. The Faithful Years: Japan ’s Adventure in the Philippines , 1941-1945. 2-Vols. Quezon City, 2001. Paperbound, 1006pp, with photographs. Like new.........................................................25
593. World War II in the Philippines: A Pictorial Review. Makati City, 1996. Recent hardbound, 140pp. fully illustrated. Out-of-print; moderately shelf-worn, else, very good and clean copy.................................................18
594. Siglo, 1998 Volume 1, Number 1 – National Centennial Journal. Manila, 1998.Paperbound, 251pp. Out-of-print; ex-libris, moderately worn covers, else, good and clean copy. Interesting articles and essays on Philippine movement for freedom...........................................................10
595. Malolos: The Crisis of the Republic. Quezon City, 1960. Clothbound, 831pp., front., with photographs. Very scarce out-of-print. Slightly worn covers, spine abit lose, edges bumped, else, good and clean copy...............................40
596. American Occupation of the Philippines 1898 – 1912. Manila , 1968. Hardboundwith dust-cover and box slipcase; 663pp., with photographs and fold-out map. Scarceout-of-print; worn and slightly soiled and stained covers and inside title page, else, tight and strong, good and clean copy...........................40
597. Benevolent Assimilation: The American Conquest of the Philippines, 1899-1903. London, 1982. Hardbound with dust-cover, 340pp., with photographs. Shelf and moderately worn covers, else, tight and strong, good and clean................................................35
598. The History and Conquest of the Philippines and Other Island Possessions. Philadelphia, 1899. Hardbound, 403pp., maps, photographs. Very scarce out-of-Print; ex-libris; moderately worn covers, early pages lose, else, good and clean copy.......................................................50
599. The Sulu Archipelago and Its People. Enlarge & Updated with a Supplement. Manila, 1970. Hardbound, 189pp., with photographs. Very scarce out-of-print; moderately worn covers, else, tight and strong, good and clean copy.......................................35
600. Vocabulario Ibatan-Espanol o sea del dialecto pos los naturales de las Islas Batanes y Calayan (Filipinas). Manila, 1933. Paperbound, 260pp. Slightly worn covers, small worn hole through from back, else, tight and strong, good and clean.............................10
601. Tercera Parte de la Vida Del Gran Tacaño. (Life of a Buscon) with notes by W.E. Retana. New York, 1922. Hardbound, 142pp., Text in Spanish. Out-of-print......................................10
602. A Britisher in the Philippines (or The Letters of Nicholas Loney). Manila, 1964. Hardbound, 126pp. with photographs. Worn covers, spine to end lose, pages intactand complete; ex-libris copy. Scarce out-of-print.10
603. Executive Orders and Proclamations (Issued by the Governor-General in the Year 1924). Manila, 1925. Hardbound, 222pp. Ex-libray copy; worn covers, top edge nibbled, some pages torn and mended, else, tight and good..18
604. 1925 Annual Report of the Governor-General of the Philippine Islands. Washington, GPO 1927. Hardbound, 307pp. Ex-library; moderately shelf-worn, else, tight and strong, good and clean copy. Very scarce out-of-print......................................................20
605. 1927 Annual Report of the Governor-General of the Philippine Islands. Washington, GPO 1928. Hardbound, 315pp. Ex-library; moderately shelf-worn, else, tight and strong, good and clean copy. Very scarce out-of-print......................................................20
606. 1928 Annual Report of the Governor-General of the Philippine Islands. Washington, GPO 1930. Hardbound, 279pp. Ex-library; moderately shelf-worn, else, tight and strong, good and clean copy. Very scarce out-of-print...........................................20
607. 1936 Honor Roll Souvenir and the Filipino Aid Association. (Giving credit tothose who contributed to the National Defense Fund; including a brief history of the Philippines up to the Commonwealth period). Hilo , Hawaii , 1936. Hardbound, 210pp., with photographs and other illustrations. Slightly Worn and scuffed covers, else, tight and strong, good and clean copy.......................................................20
608. The American Half-Century 1898-1946. Manila, 1984. Paperbound, 480pp., with illustrations. Moderately shelf-worn, tight and strong, good and clean copy. Very scarce out-of-rint..............................................................25
609. Annual Reports of the War Department for the Year 1900. Washington, GPO,1900. (Part 7). Hardbound, 255pp. with photographs and fold-out maps. Military Operations of the US Army in China . Ex-library; worn and scuffed covers, early pages lose, else, good and clean copy. Very scarce............................................55
610. Diccionario de la Administracion de Filipinas: Anuario de 1890 por D. Miguel Rodriguez Berriz. Manila, Litografia de M. Perez, 1890. Hardbound, 776pp., Shelf-worn; some small worn-holes and scuffed end papers at the early pages, else, tight, good and clean copy. RARE.................................................195
611. Valor: World War II Saga of Ferdinand E. Marcos. Manila, 1983. Hardbound with dust-cover, 115pp., with full color photographs and other illustrations. Slightlyshelf-worn, else, like new. Controversial book. Very scarce out-of-print.................................................................55
612. Philippine Pseudonyms, Aliases, Pen Names, Pet Names, Screen Names andName Abbreviations. Mauro Garcia, Manila, 1965. Hardbound, 157pp., good clean copy. FASCIMILE COPY........................................10
613. History of Cavite - by Alfred Saulo and Esteban de Ocampo. Tres Martires City, 1985. Hardbound, 526pp., with illustrations. Good clean copy. Excellent book,very scarce to find. FASCIMILE COPY........................................35
614. The Manila Galleon – by Wlliam Lytle Schurz. Manila, 1985. Hardbound, 364pp., map illustration. Good clean copy. Excellent book, very scarce. FASCIMILE COPY....................30
615. Cesar Buenaventura: His Life and Works (Filipino Painter) – Manila, 2000. Hardbound with dust-cover, 105pp., fully illustrated. Like new..................................................................35
616. Harper’s History of the War in the Philippines – Manila , 1979. Hardbound, 472pp+ fully illustrated. This is the exact reproduction of the first edition published in 1900, reprinted in Manila in limited edition of 550 copies. Signed with dedication by Louie Reyes, publisher; moderately shelf-worn, else, like new. One of the best reference for the Philippine-American War. Extremely scarce............................................................420
617. Our Islands and Their People – New York , 1899. Volume II, pages 385 to 784. Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Samao, and the Philippines (volume for the Philippines, page549 to 784). Fully Illustrated. Ex-libris copy; worn covers, spine to ends detached; else, tight and strong, good and clean copy. Extremely scarce.......135
618. WW2 Pillars Pamphlet December 1943 Vol. 1 No.1 $30.00 48 toned very good condition pages, Scarce...................................................30
619. Isagani Magazine 1926 24 toned very good condition pages split on cover........................25
620. 10 Centuries of Philippine Chinese relations HB book DJ 1959...........................................25
621. The Atenean year book 1929 Torn cover, lot of photos and advertisements, scarce..................30
622. Early 60s. The PHILIPPINES Visitor's Handbook, a definitive cross-section of travel culture of the Phil. in its time; includes tour services, transport system, accomodations, shopping, entertainment diplomatic representatives, attactions, etc. with accompanyingphotos, published by the Board of Travel and Tourist Industry, Mla., Phil......12
623. 1980s. a FOLIO of 7 Pamphlets, each a comprehensive report covering Art and Culture, Economy, Land and People, Human Settlements,Metro-manila, Imelda Marcos, and Ferdinand Marcos in customized folder, produced by the National Media Production..12
624. 1922 PATNUBAY NG BAYAN[the people's guide], dated Feb.22, Vol.8-No.82 with English, Spanish, Tagalog sections; staple bound, complete [repaired tears on front].......10
625. 1929. DAGITI NAIMBAG a DAMAG DALAN ti CAPPIA, [the longest title in the history ofPhilippine publishing], bi-monthly magazine in Ilocano dated Feb. 29, 1929 Vol.25 No.6with English and Spanish sections............................................................10
626. 1933. DEAR DEVICES, [the 1st vol. of Familiar Essays in English] by certain FilipinosincludingEstrada, Icasiano, Kalaw, Lansang, Litiaco, Luna, Mangahas, and Estrada;copyrighted 1933, Mla. P.I., softbound, printed by Dia Pilipino Press, Inc. Mla...........16
627. 1956. The PHILIPPINE MINING NEWS, a monthly issuing information on annual reportsof mining companies in the Phil., dated Nov. 1956 Vol.14- No.11, published by Coronel Publications, Inc. Nice cover format.12
628. 1934. BOLETIN OFICIAL de la CAMARA ESPANOLA d FILIPINAS en MANILA, dated Jan.1934, No.363, published by Manila Grafica............................................................10
629. 1939. CULTURA SOCIAL, dated Mayo 1939, Vol. 28- No.316 [in Spanish]........................... 7
630. 1945. NEWSWEEK, V-E issue, dated May 14, 1945, Vol.25- No. 20. [Severed overbut complete]..........................................................7
631. 1985. HABI, the allure of Philippine Weaves, produced by by the Museum Divisionof the Intramuros Administration, in prestige format................................................................8
632. 1994. A REVIVAL of TRADITIONS, produced by the Katutubong Filipino Foundation with focus on ethnic application to costume design, jewelry, embroidery, crafts and accessories; in prestige format..........................8
633. 1999. ART of a GOLDEN AGE, on Philippine gold jewelry with text by Ramoin Villegas; published by the National Commission for Culture and Arts and The Metropolitan Museum of Manila, in prestige format...........10
634. Undated. FILIPINO LITURGICAL VESTMENTS, its history, meanings and origins, produced by the Ayala Museum and the Monastery of Transfigurtion.....................10
635. 1872. El CULTIVO de CACAO y CAFE, by D. Santiago Paterno in Spanish and Visan vernacular, published in Manila 1872...........100
636. 1960. RIZAL and JOSEPHINE by Gene Cabrera, an anthology on Rizal, profusely illustrated [with some woodcuts by the author], introduction by Nick Joaquin, hardbound, printed by Bookman Printing House, Mla......10
637. 1971. FOUNDER of FREEDOM, the history of the three Phil. Constitutions, by Vicente Albano Pacis [et al], touches on the framing of the 1935 constitution, the ratification, its survival during the jap occupancy, its change in the '72 convention, hardbound....................................50
638. 1971. OSMENA, [vols.I and II], by Vicente Albano Pacis, include collissions with Quezon, his fight for leadership, involvement in the Hare-Hawes-Cutting Law, the clash over the presidential succession during the war, and his exile in Washington........................................50
639. 1976. WHERE ASIA WEARS a SMILE, the official publication of the Dept. of Tourism of 1976, a definitive description of the country, designed by the award-winning Grafika Manila group, hardbound, produced by the Bureau of Tourism Promotion.........................................12
640. 1982. A HERITAGE to be PROUD of by F. Landa Jocano, the 10th of 12 vols. of the Philacor Young People's Library with illistrations by Jonah Salvosa..........................17
641. 1983. DAMIAN DOMINGO by Stephen Ongpin, some insights into the artist through some of his works, published by the Intramuros Administration, 1983......................................12
642. 1963 Rizals Correspondence with fellow reformist (1882-1896)National Heroes Comm. Edition.Vol.2Book3Hardbound, Near Mint Condition........................................................12
643. 1963 Rizals El Filibusterismo (Sinugbuanon) Basahon V.Published in Cebuano by the National Heroes Comm.Hardbound,Near Mint Edition.Hard to Find.......................................12
644. 1970 Apolinario Mabini,Revolutionary by Cesar Ajib Majul. Awarded 1st Price in the Mabini Biography Contest.this book has a Stamped Caption of the Nat2l Historical Comm. Dapitan Rizal Shrine,City of Dapitan. Hardbound, Near Mint Condition...................12
645. Old Religious Art Of Panay by Jose B. Tiongco,published in 1981.Contains 198 pages with lots of Black n White and Colored Photos of Centuries Old Wood and Ivory Santos of Prominent Families.Nice Reference Material for Santo Collectors! Good as New, Out of Print. Rare.......................................................80
646. 1983. Mr. United Nations, CARLOS P. ROMULO by Benigno P. Domingo, published by the Foreign Service Institute, Mla., softcover..........................................................10
647. 1990. HERE's the SCORE by Teodoro Benigno, 1st ed., copyrighted 1990 by Philip pines Today, printed by Philippine Star............8
648. 1996. KITCHEN NOTEBOOK, an unused recipe book with illustrations from Jose Lozano's Album de Filipinas of 1850, [which include tamarind, balimbing, mango, macopa, casoy, atis, papaya, talong, camote, santol, mabolo among others], published by the Ayala Foundation, Inc., Mkt. Phil. It is spirally bound..............................................................10
649. JAPOCC. 3-diff. DOMEI NEWS, Japanese official news releasws as part of the psychological warfare against Americans and guerillas in the Phil., with some wormholes affecting some text, but overall condition is fine..................................................................12
650. 1946. 2-issues of PHILIPPINE NEWS DIGEST, weekly advisory on Phil. current events [just after the war], nos. 26 and 27 dated Feb. 4 and Feb.11 of 1946 respectively, published by the Office of the Phil. Resident Commissioner, 1617 Massachusetts Ave., Washington D.C. Hard to come by.................12
651. The Beauty Book, 1980, Doris G Nuyda, hardbound coffee table book...........................70
652. Tiktik Magazine, Agosto 22, 1959, Pinutol and Setyembre 5, 1959 Ang Karugtong ng Pinutol, 2pcs....................................................16
653. The Encyclopaedia of the America's Cup in Stamps, America's Cup, Perth Australia 1987..............................................................160
654. 2 WW, Philippine Review, March to Dec1943, 10 complete bounded magazines..................100
655. 2 WW, Philippine Review, Jan to Dec 1944, 12 complete bounded magazines.......................100
656. 2 diff. books (1) Chinese-Philippines Diplomatic relations 1946-1975 and (2) 1 small book in Chinese writing....................................5
657. 12. THE GENTLE TASADAY by John Nances 1975 (like new) well-kept pages, book jacket w/ some tears....................................................8
658. 1975 “PAGDIRIWANG 2” book of Filipino Stories of RITES & RITUALS featuring paintings of Galo Ocampo, Manuel Rodriguez Sr, Cesar Legazpi, Ang Kiukok, Zny Laygo, Amado Manolod, E. Aguilar Cruz, M. Malang Santos, Juvenal Sanso, Hugo Yonzon and Jose Blanco, additional illustrations of Steve Santos 57pp. like new.......................................5
659. 1977 “PROFILES IN ACHIEVEMENTS” book on heroes Illustrated by Manuel Baldemor, Mario Parial, Lito Mayo, Sanamy Sta. Maria, Imelda Cajipe-Endaya, Romulo Alazo, Al Manrique, Santiago Bose and Manuel Soriano.................................................5
660. Worldwide 10diff. currency collection all in CUSTOMIZED large folders............................9
661. July 4th OFFICIAL SOUVENIR PROGRAM ISSUED during PRES QUIRINO’s REIGN 215pp -............................................................10
662. YEAR BOOK RP (Stamps) 1989...................15
663. YEAR BOOK RP “1996”........................60
664. YEAR BOOK THAILAND (Stamps) 2001..25
665. YEAR BOOK THAILAND (Stamps) 2004................................................................40
666. YEAR BOOK THAILAND (Stamps) 2005................................................................25
667. YEAR BOOK GREAT BRITAIN (Stamps) 1985................................................................40
668. YEAR BOOK GREAT BRITAIN (Stamps) 1992................................................................40
669. YEAR BOOK CHINA 1993 (Stamps)...........30
670. YEAR BOOK CHINA 1994 (Stamps)...........30
671. YEAR BOOK CHINA 1995. (Stamps)..........30
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PostSubject: Re: Bayanihan Collectors club Auction May 30, 2010   Wed May 26, 2010 8:32 pm

PLEASE TAKE NOTE that in the catalog that i got the tipo is in dollars probably meant for foreign bidders. Im not sure how things will go come auction time. I dont know the conversion rate.
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