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United States and Foreign Stamps and Covers continued...

Postal History Group Lots continued...
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
2859 c 19th Century Advertising Covers. Nine, incl. cover with two No. 65 and Anchor Hay Manufacturing Co. design, No. 210 with Buffalo Scale Co. illustration, two covers each with No. 210 and illustrations of fire escape winches, few other interesting, overall fresh and Fine-Very Fine

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E. 400-500

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
2860 c ImageInsurance-Related Advertising Covers. Three, all from New York Life Insurance Co., incl. one used with No. 26 part captured imprint, one with 3c No. 114, one with 2c No. 220, some soiling and wear, 3c with some toning around perfs, still Fine group (Image)

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E. 100-150

SOLD for $80.00
Will close during Public Auction
2861 c Insurance-Related Advertising Covers. Four beautiful volumes with slipcovers containing a large assortment of advertising covers, wide range of issues represented starting with 1851 Issue and going thru mid-20th Century, many nice earlier covers with several 1861-68 Issues and 3c 1869 Pictorials, many different themes incl. Life, Property, Casualty, Fire, Marine, Accident, Indemnity companies, some unusual specialty insurers such as plate glass, major names such as Aetna, Hartford, Travelers, also many obscure, wide range of designs incl. some cameos, embossed, all-over, some faults to be expected, many Fine-Very Fine, a wonderful collection actively acquired by the owner from many sources

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E. 3,000-4,000

SOLD for $4,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
2862 c Mail to Germany. Nearly 100 covers mounted and annotated on pages in a single album, nice range of rates, stamps and markings from a couple 6c and 7c pre-UPU Bank Note Issue covers to 1941, with the majority from the Washington-Franklin era, wide showing of UPU covers, also 2c treaty rate, registered, WWI censored mail, Airmail, wide range of stamps incl. Bank Notes, Bureaus, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, 1902, Washington-Franklins, Postal Stationery, Parcel Post, some mixed frankings with German Postage Due, diplomatic cover from Brazilian Consulate in Mexico with 5c Mexico 1910 issue block of four and U.S. stamps, most covers with the collector's detailed background and rate explanations, Very Fine and attractive collection

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E. 2,000-3,000

SOLD for $750.00
Will close during Public Auction
2863 c Cover Balance. 21 covers, incl. one with Cuba 1899 ovpts. (four denominations, six stamps) from Matanzas to Havana (front only), strip of three of No. 24 used with 3c, few advertising, nice group of 1894-98 Bureau Issue on covers to foreign destinations, overall Fine-Very Fine

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E. 200-300

SOLD for $180.00
Will close during Public Auction
2864 c United States Cover Accumulation. Huge accumulation of more than 1,000 covers housed in 13 binders and four cover boxes, wide range of issues from 1851 through 20th Century, some of the binders with collector's annotated descriptions and rate interpretations, one box full of registered covers only, stamp issues range from 1851 through Presidentials with good coverage of many of the issues in that time range including Back-of-Book, some better items such as stampless to Lyon by American Packet charged British packet postage during the Retaliatory Rate period with lengthy letter from Richard Graham, illustrated covers incl. 3c 1869, 6c 1869 on double rate domestic cover, 1c No. 357 on post card, imperforate coils on cover, foreign destinations, etc., worth review as this would yield a good number of $10.00-$50.00 covers on Ebay or at a dealer bourse, as well as many much cheaper

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E. 3,000-4,000

SOLD for $4,750.00
Will close during Public Auction

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