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UNITED STATES STAMPS continued...

POSTAL STATIONERY continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
61 ogc UX10a UX10a, 1c Black on buff postal card, Double Impression, One Inverted, choice mint example of this striking and rare error card, fresh and bright with two strong impressions, the
lower one being inverted, additionally the card shows two fairly st#UX10a, 1c Black on buff postal card, Double Impression, One Inverted, choice mint example of this striking and rare error card, fresh and bright with two strong impressions, the lower one being inverted, additionally the card shows two fairly strong offset impressions on the reverse (one also being inverted to the other), just the faintest trace of a bend at bottom right, very fine (USPCC #S10a). (Image) $5,750.00

SOLD for $3,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
62 ogc UX10a UX10a, 1c Black on buff postal card, Double Impression, One Inverted, a second example of this rare card, this one being on a bit darker colored stock, plus on this card there
is only a single offset impression on the reverse and not two like th#UX10a, 1c Black on buff postal card, Double Impression, One Inverted, a second example of this rare card, this one being on a bit darker colored stock, plus on this card there is only a single offset impression on the reverse and not two like the previous card, couple of edge wrinkles at right, still very fine (USPCC #S10b). (Image) $5,750.00

SOLD for $1,900.00
Will close during Public Auction
63 ogc UX10c UX10c, 1c Black on buff postal card, Triple Impression One Inverted, a highly select mint example of this rarity, three bold impressions with one inverted at the bottom, without
an offset impression on the reverse as found on at least one other#UX10c, 1c Black on buff postal card, Triple Impression One Inverted, a highly select mint example of this rarity, three bold impressions with one inverted at the bottom, without an offset impression on the reverse as found on at least one other existing example, extremely fine and quite stunning; one of only four such error cards recorded (USPCC #S10c). (Image) $5,750.00

SOLD for $6,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
64 Pc UX11bP UX11bP, 1c Blue on grayish white postal card, Double Impression (in blue and black), One Inverted, a vertical unsevered pair of cards, each with normal impression in blue, with
a second impression inverted at the bottom of the card in black, som#UX11bP, 1c Blue on grayish white postal card, Double Impression (in blue and black), One Inverted, a vertical unsevered pair of cards, each with normal impression in blue, with a second impression inverted at the bottom of the card in black, some wrinkles and a small diagonal crease at bottom left as often found on these, cut a bit irregularly at left, still fine; quite likely either a trial proof or printer's waste, nonetheless a highly collectible and visually striking piece (USPCC #S12dP). (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
65 ogc UX11b UX11b, 1c Blue on grayish white postal card, Double Impression, One Inverted, mint card, two strong impressions with one inverted at bottom, small amount of extraneous blue
production ink at left, very fine the only example of this striking p#UX11b, 1c Blue on grayish white postal card, Double Impression, One Inverted, mint card, two strong impressions with one inverted at bottom, small amount of extraneous blue production ink at left, very fine; the only example of this striking postal card rarity we have ever offered; ex-Floyd (USPCC #S12d). (Image) $6,750.00

SOLD for $7,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
66 ogc UX14a UX14a, 1c Black on buff postal card, Double Impression, One Inverted, a gem example of this important postal card error rarity, quite likely the finest of only four recorded
mint examples and the first we have had the pleasure to offer in our#UX14a, 1c Black on buff postal card, Double Impression, One Inverted, a gem example of this important postal card error rarity, quite likely the finest of only four recorded mint examples and the first we have had the pleasure to offer in our auctions, each impression strong and full, rather fresh and clean, crisp edges and corners, extremely fine (USPCC #S17b). (Image) $10,000.00

SOLD for $10,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
67 ogc UX14a UX14a, 1c Black on buff postal card, Double Impression, One Inverted, remarkably the Cunliffe collection contains a second example of this rarity, and as stated in the previous
description this is one of only four mint cards known, this one#UX14a, 1c Black on buff postal card, Double Impression, One Inverted, remarkably the Cunliffe collection contains a second example of this rarity, and as stated in the previous description this is one of only four mint cards known, this one also features two strong and complete impressions, just a faint trace of soiling to the card, otherwise very fine; we can say with the utmost certainty that the opportunity to choose from two examples of this error card in the same sale will never occur again (USPCC #S17b). (Image) $10,000.00

SOLD for $5,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
68 ogc UX32 var. UX32 var., 1 cent Des Moines surcharge on 2c red on buff postal card, die I, Double Surcharge, One Inverted at lower left corner, mint card with small THI of THIS, extremely
fine quite rare as only three such examples are recorded #UX32 var., "1 cent" Des Moines surcharge on 2c red on buff postal card, die I, Double Surcharge, One Inverted at lower left corner, mint card with small "THI" of "THIS", extremely fine; quite rare as only three such examples are recorded; ex-Berman, Fox (USPCC #S44-14g). (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
69 ogc UX32 var. UX32 var., 1 cent Detroit surcharge on 2c lake and vermilion on buff postal cards, die I, Double Surcharge, One Inverted at lower left corner, two mint cards, one being in the
lake shade and with the small THI of THIS, it is also the onl#UX32 var., "1 cent" Detroit surcharge on 2c lake and vermilion on buff postal cards, die I, Double Surcharge, One Inverted at lower left corner, two mint cards, one being in the lake shade and with the small "THI" of "THIS", it is also the only one reported in any state, both quite fresh and very fine; a scarce pair of cards (USPCC #S44-15ag, 15g). (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $675.00
Will close during Public Auction
70 ogc UX46c UX46c, 3c Purple on buff postal card, Double Impression, One Inverted, unused, with The Play of the Month Guild Inc. return address and preprinted reply information on reverse,
first normal impression is weak at top, while the second impress#UX46c, 3c Purple on buff postal card, Double Impression, One Inverted, unused, with "The Play of the Month Guild Inc." return address and preprinted reply information on reverse, first "normal" impression is weak at top, while the second impression is quite bold and inverted at bottom, very fine; the only example recorded of this important postal card error rarity (USPCC #S63-h). (Image) $4,500.00

SOLD for $3,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
71 ogc UX47a UX47a, One CentAdditionalPaid Surcharge on 2c General Electric postal card, Surcharge Inverted, fresh unused example, with surcharge inverted at lower left, typical punch hole
at left and partially obliterated address on back, very fine (U#UX47a, "One Cent/Additional/Paid" Surcharge on 2c "General Electric" postal card, Surcharge Inverted, fresh unused example, with surcharge inverted at lower left, typical punch hole at left and partially obliterated address on back, very fine (USPCC #S64-2f). (Image) $500.00

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
72 ogc UX63 var. UX63 var., 6c Gloucester, Mass. Tourism postal card, Back Inverted to the Front, crisp mint example of this scarce error, very fine (USPCC S80-3c).#UX63 var., 6c Gloucester, Mass. Tourism postal card, Back Inverted to the Front, crisp mint example of this scarce error, very fine (USPCC #S80-3c). (imagea) (Image) USPCC $375.00

SOLD for $850.00
Will close during Public Auction
73 ogc UX102a UX102a, 13c Olympic Torch postal card, Black and Yellow Colors Inverted, a choice mint example of this visually striking and extremely rare error card, where two colors (quite
remarkably) have been inverted, fresh and crisp, extremely fine whil#UX102a, 13c Olympic Torch postal card, Black and Yellow Colors Inverted, a choice mint example of this visually striking and extremely rare error card, where two colors (quite remarkably) have been inverted, fresh and crisp, extremely fine; while this card was issued in 1984, it wasn't until 1986 that five copies of the error card were reported, however to date, only two examples have ever been offered on the auction market; listed but unpriced in Scott (USPCC #S119b). (Image) Est. $5,000-7,500

SOLD for $4,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
74 ogc UX246a UX246a, 20c Olympic Decathlon postal card, Inverted Impression of the entire address side, fresh mint example contained within original UPSS Centennial Olympic Games Postal Card
Collection booklet of twenty different cards, very fine and scarc#UX246a, 20c Olympic Decathlon postal card, Inverted Impression of the entire address side, fresh mint example contained within original UPSS "Centennial Olympic Games Postal Card Collection" booklet of twenty different cards, very fine and scarce (USPCC #S259a). (imagea) (Image) $500.00

SOLD for $160.00
Will close during Public Auction
75 ogc UXC21 var. UXC21 var., 28c Olympic speed skater air post postal card, Red, Pink and Yellow, Double Impression, One Inverted, a spectacular mint error card which displays a strong shift of
the red, pink and yellow colors about 40mm to the left of the normal#UXC21 var., 28c Olympic speed skater air post postal card, Red, Pink and Yellow, Double Impression, One Inverted, a spectacular mint error card which displays a strong shift of the red, pink and yellow colors about 40mm to the left of the normal impression of the blue colors, with a partial second impression (inverted) in the bottom right-hand corner of the red, pink and yellow colors, originally from a tete-beche horizontal pair of cards, very fine; this is the sole recorded example of this stunning error; an absolute "must" for the serious postal card specialist, Olympic thematic exhibit or for the modern error collector (USPCC #SA 20a-1). (Image) Est. $5,000-7,500

SOLD for $3,500.00
Will close during Public Auction

UNITED STATES REVENUES

ESSAYS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
76 E Turner 10c Turner Essay 10c, $200.00 Yellow brown on thick bluish U.S.I.R. essay, Overprint Inverted, a spectacular right sheet-margin vertical strip of four, with selvage at top and
bottom, not only is the overprint inverted, but it is strongly shifted toTurner Essay 10c, $200.00 Yellow brown on thick bluish U.S.I.R. essay, Overprint Inverted, a spectacular right sheet-margin vertical strip of four, with selvage at top and bottom, not only is the overprint inverted, but it is strongly shifted to the bottom, creating a truly striking showpiece, full original gum, faint bend in top two stamps, bottom stamp with tiny thin speck, otherwise extremely fine; it is believed only one sheet of sixteen was ever printed. (Image) Est. $5,000-7,500

SOLD for $6,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
77 Ebl Turner Essay 58 Turner Essay 58, 10c Blue and black engraved plate essays of frames with vignettes pasted in, Head Inverted, block of four with the top right proof displaying the inverted head,
deep colors, large margins, very fine and most unusual ex-Joyce.<Turner Essay 58, 10c Blue and black engraved plate essays of frames with vignettes pasted in, Head Inverted, block of four with the top right proof displaying the inverted head, deep colors, large margins, very fine and most unusual; ex-Joyce. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
78 Ebl Turner Essay 58 Turner Essay 58, 10c Red and black engraved plate essays of frames with vignettes pasted in, Head Inverted, similar to the above lot, with the top left proof possessing the
inverted head, bright colors, large margins, very fine ex-Joyce.Turner Essay 58, 10c Red and black engraved plate essays of frames with vignettes pasted in, Head Inverted, similar to the above lot, with the top left proof possessing the inverted head, bright colors, large margins, very fine; ex-Joyce. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
1862-1871 FIRST ISSUE
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
79 O R44f R44f, 25c Certificate, with Inverted Impression of 25c Power of Attorney (R48) on back, an attractive example of this immensely rare error, showing a clear inverted impression
of R48 on the back, front is well centered and with deeply rich col#R44f, 25c Certificate, with Inverted Impression of 25c Power of Attorney (#R48) on back, an attractive example of this immensely rare error, showing a clear inverted impression of #R48 on the back, front is well centered and with deeply rich color, neat ms. cancel, very fine; one of the key error rarities of the First Issue, being one of only two copies recorded, the other is not as well centered and has the same ms. date cancel, so they probably emanated from the same document; listed but unpriced in Scott; 2003 PF certificate. (imagea) (Image) Est. $5,000-7,500

SOLD for $5,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
1871-1872 SECOND ISSUE
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
80 O R103a R103a, 1c Blue and black, Center Inverted, exceedingly well centered and margined, fresh colors, herringbone cancel just breaks the paper in a couple places, very fine among the
finest centered copies of this scarce invert.#R103a, 1c Blue and black, Center Inverted, exceedingly well centered and margined, fresh colors, herringbone cancel just breaks the paper in a couple places, very fine; among the finest centered copies of this scarce invert. (Image) $1,500.00

SOLD for $1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction

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