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The Gordon Eubanks Collection of The U.S. 1869 Pictorial Issue continued...

One-Cent Franklin On Cover
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
13 c 1c Buff (112).> Bright color, few small perf flaws at bottom (not mentioned on accompanying certificate), tied by bold strike of <Negative US in circle fancy cancel,> Spartanburg C.H. S.C. May 20 circular
datestamp on buff cover to local addresse1c Buff (112). Bright color, few small perf flaws at bottom (not mentioned on accompanying certificate), tied by bold strike of Negative "US" in circle fancy cancel, "Spartanburg C.H. S.C. May 20" circular datestamp on buff cover to local addressee, some slight overall wear, still Extremely Fine strike of this fancy cancel, the use of a "U.S." patriotic cancel at a Southern post office during the Reconstruction era was clearly politically motivated, with 2000 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. 750-1,000

SOLD for $750.00
Will close during Public Auction
14 c 1c Buff (112).> Bright color and choice centering, tied by <MOB in circle> handstamp on front of Browns Guide-Book for the City and Vicinity of Boston published in 1869, the guidebook with trivial edgewear, Very
Fine, scarce use, the MOB stand1c Buff (112). Bright color and choice centering, tied by "MOB" in circle handstamp on front of "Brown's Guide-Book for the City and Vicinity of Boston" published in 1869, the guidebook with trivial edgewear, Very Fine, scarce use, the "MOB" stands for Money Order Business, this marking was used to validate money orders and receipts handed back to the customer, in this case it was used as a cancelling device on this guide book which was sent at the 1c rate for printed matter under four ounces, we have never seen a Money Order Business marking struck on another 1869 stamp, with 1998 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. 1,500-2,000

SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
15 c 1c Buff (112).> Horizontal strip of three, choice centering, tied by well-struck quartered corks, Versailles Ky. Nov. 17 circular datestamp on cover to Fort Smith Ark., barely reduced at left, fresh and Very
Fine, a beautiful strip used on a Southe1c Buff (112). Horizontal strip of three, choice centering, tied by well-struck quartered corks, "Versailles Ky. Nov. 17" circular datestamp on cover to Fort Smith Ark., barely reduced at left, fresh and Very Fine, a beautiful strip used on a Southern cover, signed Bloch, with 2004 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. 300-400

SOLD for $1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
16 c 1c Buff (112).> Tied by target cancel, used with <2c Black, F Grill (93),> similarly tied on cover locally addressed to Grinnell Iowa and <forwarded> to North Danville Vt., light strike of Grinnell Ioa. Jul. ?
circular datestamp, minor edge soiling1c Buff (112). Tied by target cancel, used with 2c Black, F Grill (93), similarly tied on cover locally addressed to Grinnell Iowa and forwarded to North Danville Vt., light strike of "Grinnell Ioa. Jul. ?" circular datestamp, minor edge soiling, slightly reduced at left, Very Fine, this was mailed with the 1c stamp for local delivery in Grinnell and then the 2c was added to make up the 3c domestic rate for forwarding to North Danville, ex Krug, with 1960, 1980 and 2003 P.F. certificates (Image)

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E. 500-750

SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction

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