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

3-Cent Locomotive With Waterbury Fancy Cancellations continued...
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
51 c 3c Ultramarine (114).> Rich color and proof-like impression, tied by perfect strike of <12-segment Rosette fancy cancel of Waterbury Conn.> (Rohloff P-30) and Waterbury Ct. Jun. 17 (1870) circular datestamp on
buff cover to West Chester Conn., Extr3c Ultramarine (114). Rich color and proof-like impression, tied by perfect strike of 12-segment Rosette fancy cancel of Waterbury Conn. (Rohloff P-30) and "Waterbury Ct. Jun. 17" (1870) circular datestamp on buff cover to West Chester Conn., Extremely Fine strike of this desirable fancy cancel, with 2000 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
52 c 3c Ultramarine (114).> Rich color and detailed impression, tied by bold strike of <W fancy cancel of Waterbury Conn.> (Rohloff K-13), neat Waterbury Ct. Jan. 3 (1870) circular datestamp on cover to Baltimore
Md., slightly reduced at left, stamp w3c Ultramarine (114). Rich color and detailed impression, tied by bold strike of "W" fancy cancel of Waterbury Conn. (Rohloff K-13), neat "Waterbury Ct. Jan. 3" (1870) circular datestamp on cover to Baltimore Md., slightly reduced at left, stamp with few trivial toned perf tips not mentioned on accompanying certificate, still a Very Fine strike of this Waterbury initial fancy cancel, only five different initials were carved by Postmaster John Hill and were typically used to denote favoritism (a "G" was used for President Garfield and an "H" was carved for President Hayes), with 1990 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction

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