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REVENUE STAMPED PAPER ESSAYS, PROOFS & DOCUMENTS continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
581 RN-R6 RN-R6, 10c Orange, with restrictive clause in tablet at base, single impression on large and striking 1872 New York City The Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Company
insurance policy, with impressive central vignette at top with globe an#RN-R6, 10c Orange, with restrictive clause in tablet at base, single impression on large and striking 1872 New York City The Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Company insurance policy, with impressive central vignette at top with globe and allegorical figures, although with small policy amendment label affixed right over vignette (which could easily be removed), also accompanied by the matching cash receipt for the policy, very fine; one of the most attractive documents we have seen bearing this particular revenue imprint. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
582 RN-T1 RN-T1, 10c Brown, single impression of this rarity, at left of most attractive 1871 Lamoille Valley, Montpelier & St. Johnsbury and Essex County Railroad Companies of Vermont
$100.00 First Mortgage Bond, with 32 coupons still attached, centr#RN-T1, 10c Brown, single impression of this rarity, at left of most attractive 1871 Lamoille Valley, Montpelier & St. Johnsbury and Essex County Railroad Companies of Vermont $100.00 First Mortgage Bond, with 32 coupons still attached, central vignette of steam locomotive stopped at a station, some small flaws including including a few tears at edges and some minor running of ink in places, still quite fine for this important item; this is the only document on which the 10c Brown, Type R, is found, of which there are only five recorded examples. (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $625.00
Will close during Public Auction
583 RN-V4 RN-V4, 50c Orange, single impression at left of spectacular 1871 State of New York Knickerbocker Hotel Co. $500.00 Gold Mortgage Bond, with 30 coupons still attached, vignette
of hotel at Fifth Avenue between 58th & 59th Streets, printed by#RN-V4, 50c Orange, single impression at left of spectacular 1871 State of New York Knickerbocker Hotel Co. $500.00 Gold Mortgage Bond, with 30 coupons still attached, vignette of hotel at Fifth Avenue between 58th & 59th Streets, printed by Henry A. Elliot, very fine; a most appealing and scarce Bond: ex-Buford. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
584 RN-V4 RN-V4, 50c Orange, single impression in center of wonderfully ornate 1871 State of Pennsylvania Union Passenger Railway Company of Philadelphia $1,000.00 Bond, printed by the
American Bank Note Co., lovely detail in the design including seve#RN-V4, 50c Orange, single impression in center of wonderfully ornate 1871 State of Pennsylvania Union Passenger Railway Company of Philadelphia $1,000.00 Bond, printed by the American Bank Note Co., lovely detail in the design including several vignettes of workers, allegorical figures and horse drawn trollies, some splitting of paper where embossed seal was crossed out in manuscript, very fine. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
585 RN-V4 RN-V4, 50c Orange, single at left of an exceptionally handsome 1871 State of Michigan Flint and Pere Marquette Railway Company $1,000.00 Construction Loan Bond, printed by
Henry Seibert & Bros., with one coupon still attached, incredibly det#RN-V4, 50c Orange, single at left of an exceptionally handsome 1871 State of Michigan Flint and Pere Marquette Railway Company $1,000.00 Construction Loan Bond, printed by Henry Seibert & Bros., with one coupon still attached, incredibly detailed central vignette of train around factories and workers, very fine and scarce. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction
586 RN-V6 RN-V6, 50c Orange, with restrictive clause in tablet at base, single impression in center of most attractive 1869 New England Mutual Life Insurance Company life insurance
policy, lovely engraving at top including central vignette depicting B#RN-V6, 50c Orange, with restrictive clause in tablet at base, single impression in center of most attractive 1869 New England Mutual Life Insurance Company life insurance policy, lovely engraving at top including central vignette depicting Boston harbor with sailing ships and a steamship, very fine; ex-Buford. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction
REVENUE STAMPED PAPER BALANCE
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
587 RN-P2/RN-W2 #RN-P2/RN-W2, The exceptional balance of the revenue stamped paper collection, all bearing at least one Lincoln design impression on a total of 33 documents, a far superior grouping than typically seen as virtually no document in this lot is the typical common check usage, all are unusual and/or exceptionally eye-appealing usages, on such documents as a pawn receipt and lottery ticket, six are lovely oversized bonds or mortgages with beautiful designs and central vignettes, adding further to the desirability of this group is the presence of many better design types included, such as the 5c Red, 5c Brown and 10c Pale red, rounding out the collection are five various proof impressions in Orange and three scarcer cut squares, including the elusive 50c Red with restrictive clause in tablet at base, condition overall is well above average for a collection of this type, with most being fine-very fine or better; an exceptional collection deserving of examination. Est. $3,000-4,000

SOLD for $3,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1987 ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR TREASURY NOTE
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
588   $1,000.00 Series B-1987 Treasury Note featuring exceptional Lincoln vignette engraving, a still valid 9% Treasury Note, with interest coupons 13-16 attached and unredeemed,
entire note measures 200x227mm and remains crisp and unfolded, a very fin$1,000.00 Series B-1987 Treasury Note featuring exceptional Lincoln vignette engraving, a still valid 9% Treasury Note, with interest coupons 13-16 attached and unredeemed, entire note measures 200x227mm and remains crisp and unfolded, a very fine and rare showpiece. (Image) Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $1,350.00
Will close during Public Auction
WARS SAVINGS STAMPS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
589 ogbl WS6 WS6, $5.00 Orange on green, an extremely rare mint block of four of this incredibly handsome stamp featuring Lincolns portrait, this being the first mint multiple of this we
have ever offered, quite fresh, radiant color and a prooflike impr#WS6, $5.00 Orange on green, an extremely rare mint block of four of this incredibly handsome stamp featuring Lincoln's portrait, this being the first mint multiple of this we have ever offered, quite fresh, radiant color and a prooflike impression, natural s.e. at right, o.g. which is ever so slightly disturbed, bottom left stamp with small picked out inclusion spot, nearly very fine. (Image) $15,000.00

SOLD for $4,000.00
Will close during Public Auction

United States Possessions

OFFICES IN CHINA
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
590 Oc U13 U13, 4c Brown stamped envelope, overprinted Philippines, an exceptional four-issue franking used from Shanghai, China to West Chester, Pennsylvania, additionally franked with a
block of six of U.S. 2c Red (279B), 2c and 5c stamps overprin#U13, 4c Brown stamped envelope, overprinted "Philippines", an exceptional four-issue franking used from Shanghai, China to West Chester, Pennsylvania, additionally franked with a block of six of U.S. 2c Red (#279B), 2c and 5c stamps overprinted "Guam" (#2, 5) and a 1c stamp overprinted "Puerto Rico" (#215), all cancelled by "U.S. Postal Agency/Jan 15 1902/Shanghai, China" duplex cancels, sent registered and with rare "U.S. of America/Shanghai, China" red registry label at top left, San Francisco transit c.d.s. and arrival bkst. on reverse, central vertical file fold and other small cover faults, nevertheless a most unusual and rare franking from Shanghai; reportedly there are less than ten recorded usages of the Shanghai registration label. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $2,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
CANAL ZONE
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
591 c 4-8 4-8, 1c-10c 1904 Overprints cplt., 1c with natural s.e. at top, all tied to one small cover by violet AnconCanal ZoneDec 10 1904 duplex pmk. with matching bars, locally
addressed, fine.#4-8, 1c-10c 1904 Overprints cplt., 1c with natural s.e. at top, all tied to one small cover by violet "Ancon/Canal Zone/Dec 10 1904" duplex pmk. with matching bars, locally addressed, fine. (Image) Est. $200-300

SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction
592 c 4-8 4-8, 1c-10c 1904 Overprints. a complete set on two colorful December 6, 1904 covers from Ancon to New York, includes a complete set of scarce blocks, plus other (a total of 28
stamps), all tied by purple Canal Zone bars cancels, with light match#4-8, 1c-10c 1904 Overprints. a complete set on two colorful December 6, 1904 covers from Ancon to New York, includes a complete set of scarce blocks, plus other (a total of 28 stamps), all tied by purple Canal Zone bars cancels, with light matching Ancon c.d.s., bkst., 10c cover has light vertical fold not affecting stamps, very fine; a most unusual and eye-appealing pair of covers. (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
593 ogbl 85a 85a, 3c Violet, Zone Zone error, the top left stamp in a mint block of four, with the other three stamps normal, deep rich color, just slightly tropical o.g. as always,
fine-very fine 1994 PSE certificate.#85a, 3c Violet, "Zone Zone" error, the top left stamp in a mint block of four, with the other three stamps normal, deep rich color, just slightly tropical o.g. as always, fine-very fine; 1994 PSE certificate. (Image) $500.00+

SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
594 ogblc 85, 98, 102 #85, 98, 102, 3c Lincoln issues of 1926, 1927 and 1931, small specialized study of the three stamps in various perforations, mint singles include a nice example of the "Zone/Zone" error (#85a, catalog $500.00; typical slight tropical o.g.), plus a few plate blocks including two different of #85, there are 18 covers franked with the Lincoln stamp including a wide variety of usages such as unusual destinations (Sweden), first flights (including Lindbergh), seapost c.d.s., etc., mint stamps with o.g., overall fine-very fine. Est. $400-500

SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction
GUAM
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
595 c 1-7 1-7, 1c-10c 1899 Overprints, a most attractive group of four covers franked with various first issues, one with seven different values up to the 10c on February 6, 1901 cover
from Agana to Oldenburg, an August 23, 1900 registered usage from Agan#1-7, 1c-10c 1899 Overprints, a most attractive group of four covers franked with various first issues, one with seven different values up to the 10c on February 6, 1901 cover from Agana to Oldenburg, an August 23, 1900 registered usage from Agana to Massachusetts bearing singles of the 4c and 8c, January 4, 1901 registered usage again to Massachusetts with two 4c overprinted stamps (pre-usage faults), plus three (1c, 2c) unoverprinted stamps tied upon receipt, and a fourth cover sent registered to Massachusetts on January 29, 1901 from Agana and franked with 3c, 4c and 6c singles, fine-very fine; a scarce and colorful group. (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction
596 S 3S/12S, E1S 3S12S, E1S, 3c to $1.00 1899 Overprints, additionally handstamped Ultramar (Overseas) specimen, eight different values (3c, 4c, 6c-30c) plus the 10c Special Delivery, each with
violet Ultramar handstamped overprints applied by the Portugues#3S/12S, E1S, 3c to $1.00 1899 Overprints, additionally handstamped "Ultramar" (Overseas) specimen, eight different values (3c, 4c, 6c-30c) plus the 10c Special Delivery, each with violet "Ultramar" handstamped overprints applied by the Portuguese government upon receipt from the U.P.U., and affixed neatly to a small portion of the original log-in book page headed "America (dez selos)", the Special Delivery stamp with a couple of facial scuffs, overall fine-very fine; at most 35 sets were issued of which very few have survived, the collector is aware of only one other holding (from the specimens sent to Angola) which comprised the same nine stamps suggesting strongly that these constitute a complete set of specimens as sent to the U.P.U.; a very rare and unusual group of specimens, perfect for exhibition. (Image) Est. $3,000-4,000

SOLD for $4,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
597 S 4S-E 4S-E, 4c Brown, handstamped Specimen., three examples, one normally handstamped diagonally, one handstamped vertically and another handstamped horizontally, o.g., one with
slightly glazed gum, fine-very fine 2005 PF certificate for normally p#4S-E, 4c Brown, handstamped "Specimen.", three examples, one normally handstamped diagonally, one handstamped vertically and another handstamped horizontally, o.g., one with slightly glazed gum, fine-very fine; 2005 PF certificate for normally placed handstamp. (Image) $525.00

SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction
598 ogPB 4 4, 4c Lilac brown, full bottom margin imprint and plate no. 792 block of six, featuring an extra-large sheet selvage, deep rich color, just slightly tropicalized o.g.,
fine.#4, 4c Lilac brown, full bottom margin imprint and plate no. 792 block of six, featuring an extra-large sheet selvage, deep rich color, just slightly tropicalized o.g., fine. (Image) $2,000.00

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
PHILIPPINES
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
599 c 213/232 213232, 1899 and 1903-04 Overprints, attractive group of four covers all franked with various values from these first two series, includes a November 25, 1901 usage to Lyon,
France with single 1c and 4c, a petite 1902 registered cover from Jolo#213/232, 1899 and 1903-04 Overprints, attractive group of four covers all franked with various values from these first two series, includes a November 25, 1901 usage to Lyon, France with single 1c and 4c, a petite 1902 registered cover from Jolo to Germany with singles of the 4c, 6c and 8c, 1905 registered usage to the U.S. with single 4c and 6c, and a 1906 legal size registered cover to Germany with five different values from the first two series ranging from 1c to 13c, fine-very fine. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
600 p 220/240 220, 4c Brown, with O.B. (Official Business) handstamp overprint in violet, tied to wonderful piece of a wrapper along with  three 10c Pale red brown (233), six 50c Orange
(236) and a single 2c Carmine (240) of the 1903-04 issue by thre#220, 4c Brown, with "O.B." (Official Business) handstamp overprint in violet, tied to wonderful piece of a wrapper along with three 10c Pale red brown (#233), six 50c Orange (#236) and a single 2c Carmine (#240) of the 1903-04 issue by three neat strikes of "Cebu/July 28/1906" duplex cancels, of particular interest are the 10c stamps, all three of which have doubled "O.B." handstamped overprints, very fine; a very high value and interesting franking (totaling a three hundred and twenty-eight times inter-island rate), all with the scarce "O.B." handstamps.; ex-Brody, "Eagle". (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $1,050.00
Will close during Public Auction

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