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1909 TWO CENT LINCOLN CENTENARY ISSUED STAMPS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
341 nhPB 367 367, 2c Lincoln, highly select full top margin imprint, small solid star and plate no, 4976 block of six, brilliantly fresh and intact, radiant color and impression on bright
paper, outstanding centering, pristine o.g., n.h., very fine and excee#367, 2c Lincoln, highly select full top margin imprint, small solid star and plate no, 4976 block of six, brilliantly fresh and intact, radiant color and impression on bright paper, outstanding centering, pristine o.g., n.h., very fine and exceedingly choice; probably the finest full top plate block of this we have ever offered. (Image) $275.00

SOLD for $850.00
Will close during Public Auction
342 nhbl 368 368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, centerline block of four, incredibly fresh, with sumptuously rich color, large perfectly balanced margins all around, o.g., n.h., extremely fine
surprisingly scarce so choice.#368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, centerline block of four, incredibly fresh, with sumptuously rich color, large perfectly balanced margins all around, o.g., n.h., extremely fine; surprisingly scarce so choice. (Image) $260.00

SOLD for $280.00
Will close during Public Auction
343 nhbl 368 368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, bottom margin imprint and arrow block of 27 (9x3), showing mixed 2mm and 3mm spacing between the stamps in the multiple, prooflike color and
impression, large margins, o.g., n.h., although some trivial natural gum sk#368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, bottom margin imprint and arrow block of 27 (9x3), showing mixed 2mm and 3mm spacing between the stamps in the multiple, prooflike color and impression, large margins, o.g., n.h., although some trivial natural gum skips, very fine; cataloged as thirteen n.h. pairs and one n.h. single. (Image) $1,075.00+

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
344 ogPB 369 369, 2c Lincoln on bluish paper, a premium quality full top margin imprint, small solid star and plate no. 4978 block of six, exceptionally well centered and margined
throughout, deep luxuriant color, strong and intact perforations, o.g., lightl#369, 2c Lincoln on bluish paper, a premium quality full top margin imprint, small solid star and plate no. 4978 block of six, exceptionally well centered and margined throughout, deep luxuriant color, strong and intact perforations, o.g., lightly hinged in the selvage and just two stamps, four are n.h., extremely fine; among the finest examples of this rare plate block we have ever offered. (Image) $3,000.00

SOLD for $2,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1909 TWO CENT LINCOLN CENTENARY IMPERFORATE COILS & PRIVATE PERFORATIONS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
345 og 368V 368V, 2c Lincoln imperforate coil, vertical format, very scarce paste-up strip of four, with paste up occurring between third and fourth stamps, well margined, deep rich color,
o.g., l.h., top stamp with small thin spot in corner not mentioned o#368V, 2c Lincoln imperforate coil, vertical format, very scarce paste-up strip of four, with paste up occurring between third and fourth stamps, well margined, deep rich color, o.g., l.h., top stamp with small thin spot in corner not mentioned on accompanying certificate; signed E. Costales and with clear 1985 PF certificate. (Image) $500.00+

SOLD for $230.00
Will close during Public Auction
346 og 368H 368H, 2c Lincoln imperforate coil, horizontal format, a most unusual end of roll mint strip of four, with plate no. 4982 appearing in sheet margin at right, plus a bit of the
coil leader still attached, large even margins, o.g., l.h., left stamp#368H, 2c Lincoln imperforate coil, horizontal format, a most unusual end of roll mint strip of four, with plate no. 4982 appearing in sheet margin at right, plus a bit of the coil leader still attached, large even margins, o.g., l.h., left stamp with faint thin speck not mentioned on accompanying certificate, still extremely fine; cataloged simply as a normal strip of four, as this very scarce plate number (and leader) strip is obviously unlisted in Scott; clear 1996 PF certificate. (Image) $700.00+

SOLD for $950.00
Will close during Public Auction
347 og 368H 368H, 2c Lincoln imperforate coil, horizontal format, rare strip of four, with coil leader paper attached to reverse of first stamp, hinged to a letter from the Postmaster of
Miami, Fla. dated August 9, 1945 and addressed to Robt. L. Graham, Jr#368H, 2c Lincoln imperforate coil, horizontal format, rare strip of four, with coil leader paper attached to reverse of first stamp, hinged to a letter from the Postmaster of Miami, Fla. dated August 9, 1945 and addressed to "Robt. L. Graham, Jr., Chairman Philatelic National War Fund Committee and Whom it May Concern", its contents read "The attached strip of four Lincoln #368 S coil stamps, I personally cut from a Government coil issue of same and can guarantee its authenticity for the auction in favor of the National War Fund drive.", with violet c.d.s. at bottom left of letter; a most unusual item perfect for exhibition. (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $575.00
Will close during Public Auction
348 og 368 368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, Farwell 4B4 perforations, 2mm spacing, a very rare mint line pair, being the first such line pair of this we have ever seen, in fact this is
unlisted as such in Scott, well centered and margined, rich color, o.g., bi#368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, Farwell 4B4 perforations, 2mm spacing, a very rare mint line pair, being the first such line pair of this we have ever seen, in fact this is unlisted as such in Scott, well centered and margined, rich color, o.g., bit of gum loss and a faint trace of a thin speck due to hinge removal, very fine; cataloged simply as a normal pair. (Image) $850.00+

SOLD for $1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
349 ogbl 368 368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, Schermack Ty. I perforations (eight holes), a most uncommon mint block of four with 3mm spacing, quite fresh, o.g., minor central h.r., fine-very
fine multiples of this are very scarce typically they were produced#368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, Schermack Ty. I perforations (eight holes), a most uncommon mint block of four with 3mm spacing, quite fresh, o.g., minor central h.r., fine-very fine; multiples of this are very scarce; typically they were produced upon "special request"; ex-Manthey. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $675.00
Will close during Public Auction
350 og 368 368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, Schermack Ty. Ia perforations (seven holes), pristine mint pair with 2mm spacing, lovely rich color, exceptionally well centered, o.g., n.h., mild
bend in right stamp, still very fine and quite choice for this rarity#368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, Schermack Ty. Ia perforations (seven holes), pristine mint pair with 2mm spacing, lovely rich color, exceptionally well centered, o.g., n.h., mild bend in right stamp, still very fine and quite choice for this rarity. (Image) $925.00

SOLD for $750.00
Will close during Public Auction
351 og 368 368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, Schermack Ty. Ib perforations (six holes), an exceptionally fresh mint pair of a coil which rarely makes an appearance on the auction block, 2mm
spacing, strong rich color, nicely centered, o.g., l.h., very fine e#368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, Schermack Ty. Ib perforations (six holes), an exceptionally fresh mint pair of a coil which rarely makes an appearance on the auction block, 2mm spacing, strong rich color, nicely centered, o.g., l.h., very fine; ex-Manthey. (Image) $1,050.00

SOLD for $850.00
Will close during Public Auction
352 c 368 368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, Schermack Ty. III perforations, a horizontal strip of four with mixed 2mm and 3mm spacing, along with a single 2c Lincoln (367) tied to legal size
4c stamped envelope (U391) by Procttorsville, Vt.26 Apr 1909 dup#368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, Schermack Ty. III perforations, a horizontal strip of four with mixed 2mm and 3mm spacing, along with a single 2c Lincoln (#367) tied to legal size 4c stamped envelope (#U391) by "Procttorsville, Vt./26 Apr 1909" duplex postmark, sent registered to Gilson, Ill., very fine; a most uncommon usage of a multiple of this private perforation on cover. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $625.00
Will close during Public Auction
353 og 368 368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, U.S. Automatic Vending so-called Experimental Ty. IIIx private perforations, this pair is among the very few known pairs of this private coil
forerunner, being quite well centered, o.g., each stamp with natural vert#368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, U.S. Automatic Vending so-called "Experimental Ty. IIIx private perforations, this pair is among the very few known pairs of this private coil forerunner, being quite well centered, o.g., each stamp with natural vertical gum wrinkles and a small stain in between a couple of perforations near the top, all of which are really insignificant considering the coil's rarity; early on the U.S.A.V. Co. sold some stamp vending machines to Messrs. Heiman and Zorke who operated a chain of stamp vending machines in stores throughout New York City on a "share the profit" basis, they also had vending machines elsewhere in which they were not allowed to use the U.S.A.V. Co. Ty. II coils due to patent restrictions, these perforated 12 Ty. IIIx experimental perforations, which were made by hand, were used in these machines on a trial basis and did not work properly in the machines, therefore they were abandoned and the perforated 8 1/2 coils were adopted; 1994 APS certificate; ex-Agris. (Image) $3,400.00

SOLD for $3,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
354 ogPB 368 368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, Schermack Ty. III perforations, a remarkable full left sheet-margin imprint, star and plate no. 4976 block of six, the only such plate block we
have ever encountered with Schermack Ty. III perforations, wonderful#368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, Schermack Ty. III perforations, a remarkable full left sheet-margin imprint, star and plate no. 4976 block of six, the only such plate block we have ever encountered with Schermack Ty. III perforations, wonderfully well centered and margined, strong color, o.g., couple of h.r.'s, very fine and choice; an important item for the private perforation specialist, the Lincoln specialist or for the plate block collector seeking truly unusual items; ex-Manthey. (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $2,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
355 c 368 368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, U.S. Automatic Vending Company Ty. I separations, well centered single tied to small neat cover by New York, N.Y.Jun 18 1911 machine slogan cancel,
addressed to Roanoke Rapids, N.C., bkst., cover just slightly red#368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, U.S. Automatic Vending Company Ty. I separations, well centered single tied to small neat cover by "New York, N.Y./Jun 18 1911" machine slogan cancel, addressed to Roanoke Rapids, N.C., bkst., cover just slightly reduced at left, very fine; quite scarce on cover. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $675.00
Will close during Public Auction
356 ogO 368 #368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, private perforations collection of fifteen all different mint pairs or strips of four, plus six mostly different used pairs or strips of four, several better items noted including scarcer mint Mailometer and Schermack types, all mint with o.g., although some are slightly stuck to the exhibition page and will require patience to lift them without damaging them, few with small flaws, otherwise fine-very fine. Est. $400-500

SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
357 ogPB 368 368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, Chicago roulettes, a most unusual full right sheet-margin imprint, star and plate no. 4976 block of six that has been rouletted by Chester Myers,
wonderfully fresh, well centered, o.g., central h.r., very fine excee#368, 2c Lincoln imperforate, Chicago roulettes, a most unusual full right sheet-margin imprint, star and plate no. 4976 block of six that has been rouletted by Chester Myers, wonderfully fresh, well centered, o.g., central h.r., very fine; exceedingly scarce as a plate block (may very well be unique as such); ex-Col. Green, Manthey. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1909 TWO CENT LINCOLN CENTENNARY FIRST DAY COVERS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
358 F 367 367, 2c Lincoln, tied to neat cover by choice strike of Philadelphia, Pa.Feb 11 1909 machine cancel, addressed to Scranton, Pa. and with that citys arrival c.d.s. on reverse a
day later, attractive pink Watchmaker and Jeweler corner card l#367, 2c Lincoln, tied to neat cover by choice strike of "Philadelphia, Pa./Feb 11 1909" machine cancel, addressed to Scranton, Pa. and with that city's arrival c.d.s. on reverse a day later, attractive pink "Watchmaker and Jeweler" corner card label affixed at top left, extremely fine; a very scarce pre-first day usage of the 1909 2c Lincoln, quite likely the finest of only about 20 known; ex-Martin, "Aristocrat". (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $2,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
359 F 367 367, 2c Lincoln, single with pre-affixing fault at bottom, tied to absolutely gorgeous multicolored and embossed picture post card published by Julius Bien & Co., NY by Boston,
Mass.Feb 12 1909 first day c.d.s., card features eye-arresting po#367, 2c Lincoln, single with pre-affixing fault at bottom, tied to absolutely gorgeous multicolored and embossed picture post card published by Julius Bien & Co., NY by "Boston, Mass./Feb 12 1909" first day c.d.s., card features eye-arresting portrait of Lincoln surrounded by flags and his "boyhood log-cabin home", very fine; a marvelous item for the Lincoln specialist. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $1,450.00
Will close during Public Auction
360 F 367 367, 2c Lincoln, vertical pair, tied to clean cover by first day Prescott, Arz.Feb 12 1909 machine flag postmark, with another vertical strike at right to cancel the bottom
stamp of the pair, cover with corner card of The Davapal ClubPresco#367, 2c Lincoln, vertical pair, tied to clean cover by first day "Prescott, Arz./Feb 12 1909" machine flag postmark, with another vertical strike at right to cancel the bottom stamp of the pair, cover with corner card of "The Davapal Club/Prescott, Arizona", pencil addressed locally, small flaw to top stamp, overall very fine and choice; a very scarce territorial first day usage from Arizona: ex-Unicover Museum. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction

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