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United States Stamps continued...

UNITED STATES POSSESSIONS (CANAL ZONE) continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1241 og 56b image#56b, 2c Orange vermilion and black, "Canal Zone" double, one reading down, brilliantly fresh colors, centered to the bottom as always, o.g., small thin, fine appearance; only 100 were printed. (Image) $650.00

SOLD for $300.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
1242 og 86g image#86g, 5c Dark blue, vertical pair, one without overprint, other with inverted overprint, with natural straight-edge as top as all are known examples since this error only came from the top row of one sheet, deep color, usual centering, o.g., lightly hinged, fine; one of the key errors of this issue, as only ten examples were ever produced. (Image) $2,250.00

SOLD for $2,400.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
1243 nh 157a image#157a, 4c Black, Thatcher Ferry Bridge omitted, position 24, a gorgeous mint example of this, one of the most famous printing errors in philately, perfectly centered within large margins, brilliantly fresh, o.g., n.h., an extremely fine gem; one full sheet of 200 (which was cut into four panes of 50) was inadvertently printed without the silver bridge, only one of these panes of 50 ever made it into the public's hands, in this case the famous stamp dealer H.E. Harris, who successfully sued the Canal Zone Postal Administration preventing them from deliberately printing tens of thousands of similar errors (much like the famous U.S. Dag Hammaeskjold error), of the three panes that never made it into the public's hands, one pane of 50 each were laminated and donated to the Smithsonian Institution and the Canal Zone government, while the third pane was destroyed, leaving 50 stamps for the collecting public; this is position 24 (as indicated by a small light pencil position number on the reverse of the stamp) and is accompanied by a 1988 PF certificate. (Image) $7,500.00

SOLD for $5,625.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
1244 c CO1/14 #CO1/14, Air post official stamp cover lot of nine covers, all but one are the typical legal size (one reduced), all with various government corner cards, one sent to Costa Rica, others to U.S., includes two covers with the scarce 17mm overprint stamps (#CO9, CO11), some additionally franked with regular official stamps, some cover with the usual minor edge flaws from handling, generally fine-very fine; cataloging only the best stamp on each cover, the catalog value is $865.00. Est. 300-400

SOLD for $1,200.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
1245 O CO8-12 image#CO8-12, 5c-40c Air post officials, 17mm ovpt. cplt., 5c and 20c with typical c.t.o. cancels, however the other three values have the more desirable handstamped cancels, 5c and 30c with small crease, 10c with a couple faintly toned perf. tips, still a fine-very fine set. (Image) $855.00

SOLD for $450.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
1246 c J2/29 #J2/29, Postage due cover lot of twelve covers, including three #J10 on inbound cover from Indo-China with numerous postmarks on the front and back, #J2 and two J3 on a front only from France, another #J2 on local cover, other U.S. overprints on commercial and philatelic covers, and four covers from the 1932-41 Issue, generally fine-very fine; an interesting group. Est. 300-400

SOLD for $1,150.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
1247 og J17b image#J17b, 10c Orange, "POSTAG" for "POSTAGE" error, horizontal pair, the left stamp being the error, from positions 93-94, with natural straight-edge at bottom (half of these errors were from this position and therefore have straight-edges at bottom), strong color, disturbed o.g., right (normal) stamp with trivial thin speck, a fine example of this scarce error. (Image) $450.00

SOLD for $400.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
1248 O O8 image#O8, 50c Rose lilac, Ty. 1A ovpt., used, with usual c.t.o. cancel, fine. (Image) $550.00

SOLD for $220.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
1249 Oc U3/UC2 #U3/UC2, Used postal stationery entire lot of seven items, all sent to the U.S., includes #U3 with Pedro Miguel duplex postmark, #U4, U12, two UC1 (one FDC) and two UC2, generally fine-very fine. $1,245.00

SOLD for $700.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
1250 Oc UX5 image#UX5, 1c Green postal card, tied by "Fort Sherman C.Z./Jan 30/1924" duplex postmark, sent to San Francisco, very fine. (Image) $450.00

SOLD for $400.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
1251 ogO 6/J13 #6/150, C5/J13, Group of mint and used, 31 stamps, includes #6-7 mint, #46-48 used and other useful stamps, slightly mixed condition, generally fine or better; catalogs over $1,000.00. Est. 200-300

SOLD for $170.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
1252 ogO Canal Zone collection of about 120 stamps on Scott pages, mostly used though some of the later issues are mint including a $1.00 1924 Overprint, also of note is #CO10 (c.t.o. as always), condition a little mixed, much is fine or better. Est. 150-200

SOLD for $190.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
UNITED STATES POSSESSIONS (DANISH WEST INDIES)
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1253 ogO Danish West Indies mostly mint collection on Scott pages, appears to be lacking only #23 for completion, includes some varieties and duplication among the Numeral issues, most with at least part o.g., some small faults but generally fine or better. Est. 400-500

SOLD for $325.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
UNITED STATES POSSESSIONS (GUAM)
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1254 ogO 1/12, E1 Guam mostly mint collection on Scott pages, complete less the two rarities, includes all Guard Mail stamps, some duplication including #M1-2 both mint and used, also accompanying the lot is Offices in China $1.00 on 50c (#K15) mint, some small faults, mixed gum condition, fine-very fine appearance. Est. 400-500

SOLD for $325.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
UNITED STATES POSSESSIONS (HAWAII)
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1255 ng 12 image#12, 1c Light blue on bluish white, Plate 2-A, Ty. III, position 1, unused as always, typical close margins all around, just touching the frame line in a couple places, wonderfully fresh, a fine example of this Numeral rarity; 2002 PF certificate. (Image) $9,500.00

SOLD for $5,500.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
1256 ogO 5/82, R9 #5/82, R9, Group of mint and used, 31 stamps (30 different), includes used #5 and mint #6, seven different Numerals (all plated), and mint or unused Bank Note issues including #69 with part o.g., the early issues are in mixed condition, the later issues generally fine or better; easily catalogs over $6,000.00. Est. 750-1,000

SOLD for $1,400.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
PUERTO RICO EARLY POSTAL HISTORY
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1257 c image1820 Puerto Rico "Ship" cover, red straight line hs. on very early prestamp entire folded letter to Boston regarding a shipment of potatoes, inscribed "Via New York/per Schr. Active", matching red "New York/Apr. 1" c.d.s., ms. "39" rate marking, very fine; this early cover is shortly after Puerto Rico started having direct commerce with non-Spanish countries. (Image) Est. 150-200

SOLD for $425.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
1258 c image"Puerto Rico" in oval handstamp, choice and unusually clear strike of this scarce marking on fresh and very attractive 1841 entire folded letter to Madrid, equally choice "5.R" rate hs., Madrid receiving c.d.s. on the reverse, extremely fine. (Image) Est. 150-200

SOLD for $425.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
1259 c S.G. #CC1 imageS.G. #CC1, Red "Paid at/San Juan Porto Rico" Crowned Circle, quite complete and clear strike of this British paid marking on 1849 entire folded letter to Logrono, Spain, on reverse is black "San-Juan-Porto-Rico/SP 10/1849" double-arc British c.d.s., bold large "10Rs." rate hs. with no other Puerto Rican post office markings, London transit and "PF" in oval plus "2/1" ms. British rate marking , via France and backstamped Logrono very fine with overall clear and attractive markings (S.G. £600). (Image) Est. 400-500

SOLD for $625.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
1260 c S.G. #CC1 imageS.G. #CC1, Black "Paid at/San Juan Porto Rico" Crowned Circle, quite clear and complete strike on folded cover to Rivadeo, Spain, in combination franking with Cuba 1/2r Greenish blue (Scott #9a), just touching at bottom, tied by neat oval cancel and with double circle January 13, 1857 c.d.s. of the General Post Office in San Juan, plus large bold "4R" blue Porto Rican rate hs. which is not often found on this usage, British "San Juan Porto-Rico/JA 13/1857" double-arc c.d.s. on the reverse, via London with "Paid" c.d.s. and "PP" in circle, then via France to Spain where backstamped, ms. "2/1" British rate, very fine; a clean and attractive cover of this desirable usage with choice markings. (Image) Est. 750-1,000

SOLD for $1,350.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM

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