| /Port Au Prince to Chicago Pan American Inauguration cover with 'Premier Vol' handstamp and Miami and Chicago receiving stamps.
| /Top marginal 3c deep olive green with part plate number and two additional listed shades (emerald and brown olive) of the 5c green.
| /Mint not hinged blocks of four depicting Plane over Christophe's Citadel. A very attractive set and hard to find as unmounted blocks.
| /Four blocks of four, the value being in the 5c and 20c issues. Large single hinge remnant on each block.
| /Complete set in blocks, including one extra shade of the 2c brown carmine and two further shades of the 5c dark green. The two 7c and 20c top value blocks are both unmounted mint. A few hinge remnants and the odd gum tone spot on the remaining blocks. An attractive assembly.
| /Unmounted mint specimen set of the ABNC Simon Sam/Coat of Arms issue. This particular set also includes four additional values of the 3c, 4c, 7c and 8c stamps with specimen overprinted in a smaller font. Stamps with the larger font are from the initial August 1898 printing. Subsequent printings are in smaller font with punch hole.
| /ABNC die proof on India paper mounted to cream stock card, depicting a vignette of President Louis Borno as used on the 50c Orange & Black value of 1924.
| /Two ABNC die proof vignettes depicting Presidents Zamor and Auguste on India paper mounted to cream stock card. The vignettes were used in the unissued 1914 set of stamps (see note after Scott 218).
| /ABNC die proofs in the issued colors of red brown, blue and black on India mounted on to cream stock card. A few tone spots as shown in the images.
| /Full set of nine ABNC die proofs, issued to commemorate the International Red Cross and depicting a nurse and soldier on the battlefield. All printed in the issued colors on to India paper with five values sunk on to cream stock card, four of which are further mounted on to stout card with acetate protector, the remainder on cream stock card only. All showing indentations at the left and right guide marks where held in place. An attractive assembly and unusual to find as a complete set.
| /ABNC proof depicting Plane over Christophe's Citadel. Die proof in the issued color on India paper, sunk on to cream stock card. Adhesive residue to reverse.
| /Full set of ABNC plate proofs in the issued colors depicting a plane over Port-au-Prince, mounted to cream stock card. Ex ABNC archives.
| /ABNC proof of the top value of the '33-'40 pictorial set depicting the Batterie de Vallieres. Die proof in the issued color on India paper, sunk on to cream stock card. A small amount of wear to the edge of the card.
| /Set of four ABNC die proofs, commemorating Haiti's 50th anniversary of joining the UPU. The two values in the issued colors on India paper, sunk on to cream stock card, mounted on to stout card with acetate protector. Accompanied by two intermediate sunken die proofs with the vignettes of President Salomon and President Stenio Vincent as used in the final stamp, on unmounted card.
| /ABNC proof commemorating the Frontier Treaty between Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Die proof in the issued color on India paper, sunk on to cream stock card and mounted on to stout card with acetate protector.
| /ABNC Coffee Beans & Flowers die proof in the issued color on India paper, sunk on to cream stock card. Very minor creasing around the edges.
| /ABNC President Simon Sam die proof on India paper in the issued color. Sunk on to cream stock card. Gum residue to reverse.
| /Plate proof pair (not a vertical imperf pair). MNG as issued with no previous hinging. Slight creasing across the base.
| /The ABNC Timbre Mobile series of revenues underwent numerous printings between 1924 and the late 1950’s. The marginal examples in this set are from the very first printings around 1924, recognised by the F number in the margin. F7361 and F7460 are the earliest print order numbers in the series, out of 46 different print orders. This set is ex Brian Moorhouse and formed the basis for his Mainsheet article on these stamps in 1991 (Volume 16, No. 61). Overprinted SPECIMEN with punch holes.