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Revenues continued...

REVENUE STAMPED PAPER ESSAYS, PROOFS & DOCUMENTS continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
561 P Type Pa Turner Proof Type Pa (Scott RN-P2-P6), 5c Black, proof impression on wove paper measuring 73x99mm, manuscript May 31, 1865Approved J.J.L. at bottom, mild horizontal bend, very
fine undoubtedly unique a highly important item not only forTurner Proof Type Pa (Scott #RN-P2-P6), 5c Black, proof impression on wove paper measuring 73x99mm, manuscript "May 31, 1865/Approved J.J.L." at bottom, mild horizontal bend, very fine; undoubtedly unique; a highly important item not only for the revenue stamped paper specialist, but particularly so for the Lincoln specialist, as this is the very first "stamp" to have been issued following Lincoln's death, in this case the approval of this five cent design came on May 31, 1865 a mere 46 days after a bullet had felled Lincoln; ex-Joyce. (Image) Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
562 P Type Ra Turner Proof Type Ra (Scott RN-R1-R3), 10c Orange, proof impression on wove paper measuring 66x118mm, manuscript Invalid for use at bottom, couple of faint hinge thins, very
fine and rare ex-Joyce.Turner Proof Type Ra (Scott #RN-R1-R3), 10c Orange, proof impression on wove paper measuring 66x118mm, manuscript "Invalid for use" at bottom, couple of faint hinge thins, very fine and rare; ex-Joyce. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
563 P Type V Turner Proof Type V (Scott RN-V1-4), 5c Orange, proof impression on wove paper measuring 60x81mm, an additional proof in Orange on card measuring 36x46mm, each with mounting
thins, still very fine a handsome and scarce pair of proofs.Turner Proof Type V (Scott #RN-V1-4), 5c Orange, proof impression on wove paper measuring 60x81mm, an additional proof in Orange on card measuring 36x46mm, each with mounting thins, still very fine; a handsome and scarce pair of proofs. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction
564 P Type V Turner Proof Type V (Scott RN-V1-4), 50c Black, proof impression on wove paper measuring 86x83mm, manuscript June 22, 1865Approved at bottom, two horizontal creases and small
thin at top, of little importance as this proof is quite likely uTurner Proof Type V (Scott #RN-V1-4), 50c Black, proof impression on wove paper measuring 86x83mm, manuscript "June 22, 1865/Approved" at bottom, two horizontal creases and small thin at top, of little importance as this proof is quite likely unique, very fine appearance; ex-Joyce. (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $750.00
Will close during Public Auction
565 P Type Ra Turner Proof Type Ra (Scott RN-R1-R3), 10c Proofs in various colors on different types of paper, eight in all, includes examples in Red and Blue on wove paper, the same colors
each on pink paper, one in Orange, showing the added inscription at bTurner Proof Type Ra (Scott #RN-R1-R3), 10c Proofs in various colors on different types of paper, eight in all, includes examples in Red and Blue on wove paper, the same colors each on pink paper, one in Orange, showing the added inscription at bottom, and concluding with three on rare Duthie patent paper with horizontal or vertical lines (two in Green and Red with vertical gray lines; and a third in Red with horizontal gray and rose lines), some with small hinge thins, overall very fine; a very scarce group; most are ex-Joyce. (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
566 RN-P3, RN-V1 RN-P3, RN-V1, 5c Green and 50c Green, single impressions se-tenant to one another and obliterating a $1.00 Orange (RN-W2, which was imprinted originally by mistake) on a
striking 1867 State of Iowa Dubuque and Sioux City Railroad Company#RN-P3, RN-V1, 5c Green and 50c Green, single impressions "se-tenant" to one another and obliterating a $1.00 Orange (#RN-W2, which was imprinted originally by mistake) on a striking 1867 State of Iowa Dubuque and Sioux City Railroad Company $1,000.00 Sinking Fund Bond with 37 coupons still attached, two lovely and highly detailed train vignettes incorporated into the design, printed by Henry Seibert & Bros., cancelled, very fine; the 5c Green is quite rare and exists only in combination with the 25c Green, or in this case, the 50c Green, and is the only bond that exists with this unusual combination. (Image) Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
567 RN-P4, RN-W6 RN-P4, RN-W6, 5c Pink and $1.00 Pink, single impressions of each, one above the other on lovely 1871 State of Michigan Lake Superior Ship Canal, Railroad & Iron Company
$1,000.00 First Mortgage Bond, with all 60 original coupons attached, wi#RN-P4, RN-W6, 5c Pink and $1.00 Pink, single impressions of each, one above the other on lovely 1871 State of Michigan Lake Superior Ship Canal, Railroad & Iron Company $1,000.00 First Mortgage Bond, with all 60 original coupons attached, with central vignette depicting several ships in full sail, some splitting along folds, including some repairing of splitting in center which affects both revenue imprints (the $1.00 with small bit of design missing), of little importance given the enormous rarity of these revenue stamp imprints, as there are only three recorded examples of the $1.00 Pink Type W, two of which are on a single bond, and this is the only known example of the 5c Pink (featuring Lincoln design) Type P; one of the most important revenue stamped paper items in existence. (Image) Est. $4,000-5,000

SOLD for $3,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
568 RN-P5 RN-P5, 5c Orange, single impression on the reverse of an exquisitely engraved (by the National Bank Note Co.) 1871 railroad pass of the Erie Railway, the pass being taxed as an
agreement, measuring 88x55mm, printed in bluish green on the front w#RN-P5, 5c Orange, single impression on the reverse of an exquisitely engraved (by the National Bank Note Co.) 1871 railroad pass of the Erie Railway, the pass being taxed as an agreement, measuring 88x55mm, printed in bluish green on the front with a lovely allegorical vignette, signed by Jay Gould, as President of the Railway, Gould is famous as one of the greatest financiers and most powerful Robber Barons in American history, small stain spot at top, still very fine; among the most beautiful and desirable revenue stamped paper rarities available. (imagea) (Image) Est. $3,000-4,000

SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
569 RN-P5 RN-P5, 5c Orange, single impression on back page from a railroad ticket book, printed on stiff green card, reading Not Transferable and This ticket is good for 100 passages if
used before the date of expiration, corner bend at top right of p#RN-P5, 5c Orange, single impression on back page from a railroad ticket book, printed on stiff green card, reading "Not Transferable" and "This ticket is good for 100 passages if used before the date of expiration", corner bend at top right of page, otherwise very fine; one of the most unusual usages of this revenue imprint we have seen. (Image) Est. $200-300

SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction
570 RN-P5 RN-P5, 5c Orange, single impression in center of 1870 North American Fire Insurance Company certificate of agency appointment, central vignette featuring mountain men and dogs
fighting a large bear, printed by the Continental Bank Note Co., uRN-P5, 5c Orange, single impression in center of 1870 North American Fire Insurance Company certificate of agency appointment, central vignette featuring mountain men and dogs fighting a large bear, printed by the Continental Bank Note Co., usual folds just passing through impression, very fine; a most attractive document; ex-Buford. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction
571 RN-P5 RN-P5, 5c Orange, four different gorgeous remainder script notes Office of the South Carolina Rail Road in denominations of $1.00 (two different), $2.00 and $3.00, each with 5c
Orange revenue imprint, very fine.#RN-P5, 5c Orange, four different gorgeous remainder script notes "Office of the South Carolina Rail Road" in denominations of $1.00 (two different), $2.00 and $3.00, each with 5c Orange revenue imprint, very fine. (Image) Est. $150-200

SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction
572 RN-P5 #RN-P5, 5c Orange, as the previous lot, the four different gorgeous remainder script notes "Office of the South Carolina Rail Road" in denominations of $1.00 (two different), $2.00 and $3.00, each with 5c Orange revenue imprint, however this being in a complete uncut sheet with large intact margins all around, unfolded and very fine. Est. $200-300

SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction
573 RN-P5, RN-T4 RN-P5, RN-T4, 5 Orange and 25c Orange, single impressions of each, one above the other on 1870 Ohio & Mississippi Railway Company preferred stock certificate, issued in New
York by Geo. F. Nesbitt & Co., orange impressions contrasting nicely#RN-P5, RN-T4, 5 Orange and 25c Orange, single impressions of each, one above the other on 1870 Ohio & Mississippi Railway Company preferred stock certificate, issued in New York by Geo. F. Nesbitt & Co., orange impressions contrasting nicely with overall red printing of the certificate, blue "CANCELLED" handstamp, light central file fold just passing through impressions, very fine and quite attractive; ex-Buford. (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $575.00
Will close during Public Auction
574 RN-P5, RN-T4 RN-P5, RN-T4, 5c Orange and 25c Orange, three impressions of the former and one of the latter, at each end of a highly ornate 1868 State of Illinois Rockford, Rock Island and
St. Louis Railroad Company $500.00 (or £100) First Mortgage Bond,#RN-P5, RN-T4, 5c Orange and 25c Orange, three impressions of the former and one of the latter, at each end of a highly ornate 1868 State of Illinois Rockford, Rock Island and St. Louis Railroad Company $500.00 (or £100) First Mortgage Bond, with five coupons still attached, two exceptionally detailed railroad related vignettes incorporated into the design, cancelled, usual folds, very fine; a scarce combination of revenue stamp impressions. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
575 RN-P5, RN-U1 RN-P5, RN-U1, 5c Orange and 25c Orange, single impressions of each on 1871 State of Pennsylvania Union and Titusville Railroad Company stock certificate, printed by Henry
Seibert & Bros., with central vignette of train near river, some light#RN-P5, RN-U1, 5c Orange and 25c Orange, single impressions of each on 1871 State of Pennsylvania Union and Titusville Railroad Company stock certificate, printed by Henry Seibert & Bros., with central vignette of train near river, some light staining, otherwise fine; a most unusual combination of revenue impressions and this is one of only two recorded examples of this certificate; ex-Buford. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
576 RN-P5, RN-V4 RN-P5, RN-V4, 5c Orange and 25c Orange, single impressions of each, one above the other on a striking 1870 New Mexico Territory Maxwell Land Grant and Railway Company £100
Bond, with 43 coupons still attached, payable in London or Amsterdam,#RN-P5, RN-V4, 5c Orange and 25c Orange, single impressions of each, one above the other on a striking 1870 New Mexico Territory Maxwell Land Grant and Railway Company £100 Bond, with 43 coupons still attached, payable in London or Amsterdam, two lovely vignettes, including one of seated Commerce with beehive and wheat, printed by the National Bank Note Company, a most unusual combination of revenue impressions on a rare and gorgeous document, of which only two are recorded, very fine; ex-Buford. (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction
577 RN-P5, RN-W2 RN-P5, RN-W2, 5c Orange (two) and $1.00 Orange, two impressions of the former flanking on both sides of a single impression of the latter, on stunningly beautiful circa 1870s
The Boston Hartford and Erie Rail Road Company $1,000.00 First Mo#RN-P5, RN-W2, 5c Orange (two) and $1.00 Orange, two impressions of the former flanking on both sides of a single impression of the latter, on stunningly beautiful circa 1870's The Boston Hartford and Erie Rail Road Company $1,000.00 First Mortgage Bond, with 60 coupons still attached, gorgeous vignette at top center of steam locomotive and allegorical figure at bottom center, usual mild folds, one through center and $1.00 impression, very fine. (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
578 RN-P5, RN-W2 RN-P5, RN-W2, 25c Deep orange red and $1.00 Deep orange red, single impressions of each in especially deep shades, at each end of a beautiful 1871 State of Pennsylvania Milford
and Matamoras Railroad Company $1,000.00 First Mortgage Bond, wi#RN-P5, RN-W2, 25c Deep orange red and $1.00 Deep orange red, single impressions of each in especially deep shades, at each end of a beautiful 1871 State of Pennsylvania Milford and Matamoras Railroad Company $1,000.00 First Mortgage Bond, with all 188 original coupons attached, exceptionally well executed central vignette of a train crossing a bridge in the countryside, usual folds, excellent condition, very fine and most eye appealing. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
579 RN-R3 RN-R3, 10c Orange, single impression in center of 1867 Empire City Fire Insurance Company fire insurance policy printed by Wm. H. White, usual mild folds, very fine a handsome
document ex-Buford.#RN-R3, 10c Orange, single impression in center of 1867 Empire City Fire Insurance Company fire insurance policy printed by Wm. H. White, usual mild folds, very fine; a handsome document; ex-Buford. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction
580 RN-R3 RN-R3, 10c Orange, single impression in center of 1868 C.S. Sloane & Co. (New York, N.Y.) brokers contract, excellent condition, very fine and scarce.#RN-R3, 10c Orange, single impression in center of 1868 C.S. Sloane & Co. (New York, N.Y.) broker's contract, excellent condition, very fine and scarce. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction

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