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The Whitpain Collection of United States 1894-98 Bureau Issues continued...

1894-98 Bureai Issue Cover Balances
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
587 c Bureau Issue Domestic Covers. 46 covers or cards, denominations run from 1c-15c, fantastic range of usages incl. third class, registered incl. a package label with 10c and 15c stamps, also some nice advertising covers with three bicycle-related, many mixed-franking covers with a tremendous range of markings, overall Fine-Very Fine, a fascinating group

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E. 1,500-2,000

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
588 c Bureau Issue Covers to Foreign Destinations. 36 covers or cards, range of frankings and destinations incl. Germany, France, South Africa, Guatemala, Colombia, Haiti, Netherlands, Tonga, Jamaica, Sweden and Italy, impressive array of frankings with several mixed incl. large portion of registered parcel with five 10c (273) and two 5c (223) to England, two wrappers (to Hungary and Switzerland), several other registered, some faults to be expected, most Fine-Very Fine, a wonderful group

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E. 2,000-3,000

SOLD for $1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
589 c 1898 Bureau Issue Domestic Covers. 39 covers or cards, wide range of usages incl. two 1c on reply cards, one with old 1c Blue and new 1c Dark Green on same cover, several advertising covers, a Valentine, illegal bisect of 2c, registered covers, two interesting combination covers incl. one with five different stamps on 4c entire, overall Fine-Very Fine, a very worthwhile group

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E. 1,500-2,000

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
590 c 1898 Bureau Issue Covers to Foreign Destinations. 45 covers or cards, destinations incl. Senegal (2), Gold Coast, Argentina, Holland, Barbados, India, British Guiana, French Guiana, Greece, Turkey, Russia, Siam, Cape of Good Hope, Burma, Eastern Siberia (2), Japan, Nicaragua, Fiji, England, France and a few others, impressive array of frankings with many quite colorful, overall fresh and Very Fine, a fantastic group with many to scarce or unusual destinations

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E. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction
591 c Bureau Issue Auxiliary Markings. 16 covers with either auxiliary markings or else originating outside of the U.S., originations incl. Jerusalem to Skagway Alaska, England(2, one to Texas), Gold Coast, Pago Pago Samoa (3), markings incl. Supplementary Mail, Unclaimed, "Fictitious", few flaws to be expected from such globe-trotting usages, overall Very Fine, fascinating and scarce group

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E. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
592 c Bureau Issue Late Mail Auxiliary Markings.> Four covers, incl. one with No. 284 and purple Too Late (N.Y. For. Sta.) handstamp another with No. 247 and pair of No. 251 with neat Late Mail handstamp one with 2c
to France with magenta ReceivedBureau Issue "Late Mail" Auxiliary Markings. Four covers, incl. one with No. 284 and purple "Too Late (N.Y. For. Sta.) handstamp, another with No. 247 and pair of No. 251 with neat "Late Mail" handstamp, one with 2c to France with magenta "Received Too Late for Delivery, A. Forget, Agt." three-line handstamp, last with pair of No. 281 to Germany with bold blue "Late Mail" handstamp, overall fresh and Very Fine, fascinating group (Image)

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E. 300-400

SOLD for $225.00
Will close during Public Auction
593 c Bureau Issue Packetboat Markings. Four covers incl. No. 279B with Canada 2c tied by purple "Paquebot" handstamp, one with pair of 5c (270) tied by "United States Sea Post Aug. 8, 1897" duplex, one with 10c tied by "U.S. German Sea P.O. Sep. 9" duplex, last with 10c with "Paquebot" and "Venetia" handstamps from Mayaguez to London (front only), overall Fine-Very Fine

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E. 200-300

SOLD for $120.00
Will close during Public Auction
594 c Bureau Issue China-Related Covers. Eight covers or cards, incl. four addressed from domestic locations to China with destinations incl. Shanghai, Tientsin and Hong Kong, others are cancelled at U.S. Post Office or Agency in Shanghai with range of cancels and frankings incl, 2c with Military Postal Station, pair of 5c Blues from Agency, another with four 5c Chocolate on back of 1900 cover, last a late usage with 3c Purple and 1c 1902 paying double rate, few flaws, overall Fine-Very Fine

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E. 400-500

SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction
595 c Bureau Issue Exposition Covers. Four, incl. three with No. 279B, each a different design incl. all-over flag illustrated from Pan-American Exposition used from Mich., one with St. Louis World's Fair exposition cancel with illustrated design, another similar but with different cover illustration, last is from Pan-American and with an exposition cancel, Very Fine, a beautiful and scarce group

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E. 400-500

SOLD for $225.00
Will close during Public Auction
596 c Bureau Issue Spanish-American War Patriotics. Six, incl. two oversize, two with all-over flag design, one U.S.S. Maine two-panel illustrated, one depicting Uncle Sam selling Sarsaparilla, overall fresh and Fine-Very Fine

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E. 500-750

SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction

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