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The Wagshal Collection, Part 2: One-Cent 1851-56 Imperforate continued...

Plate One Early Reconstructions
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
606   1c Blue, Ty. II, IIIa (7, 8A).> Complete <plate reconstruction of the left pane of Plate 1 Early,> comprising a total of 124 stamps (24 are part of overlapping multiples), nine are Type IIIa and the remainder
are Type II, range of cancels including t1c Blue, Ty. II, IIIa (7, 8A). Complete plate reconstruction of the left pane of Plate 1 Early, comprising a total of 124 stamps (24 are part of overlapping multiples), nine are Type IIIa and the remainder are Type II, range of cancels including two small Boston "Paid" grids, other grids (few in red), circular datestamps with few in blue, few manuscript, variable quality but well above the typical plating standard with many four-margin examples and some with sheet margins

A SPECTACULAR AND HISTORIC COMPLETE PLATE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE LEFT PANE OF PLATE ONE EARLY. THIS RECONSTRUCTION WAS ASSEMBLED BY STANLEY B. ASHBROOK, WHOSE PIONEERING WORK ON THE ONE-CENT 1851-57 ISSUE CREATED THE FOUNDATION FOR FUTURE SPECIALISTS.

Ex Ashbrook and Neinken. Scott Retail of $28,310.00 does not take into consideration multiples (which are scarce to rare from Plate 1 Early), colored cancels or plate varieties such as double transfers. (Image)

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E. 7,500-10,000

SOLD for $10,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
607   1c Blue, Ty. II, IIIa (7, 8A).> Virtually complete <reconstruction of the right pane of Plate 1 Early,> lacking only eleven positions to be complete (incl. one No. 5, six No. 5A and four others originally on
cover), a total of 114 stamps which includ1c Blue, Ty. II, IIIa (7, 8A). Virtually complete reconstruction of the right pane of Plate 1 Early, lacking only eleven positions to be complete (incl. one No. 5, six No. 5A and four others originally on cover), a total of 114 stamps which includes 25 overlapping in multiples, 23 are plated as Type IIIa, others Type II, range of cancels including grids in black, blue and red, circular datestamps with one in red and nine in blue, generally decent margins with several showing sheet margin, variable quality but well above the usual standard for such a rare plate reconstruction

A MONUMENTAL RECONSTRUCTION OF THE RIGHT PANE OF PLATE ONE EARLY. THIS IS ARGUABLY THE MOST IMPORTANT PANE IN CLASSIC UNITED STATES PHILATELY, PRODUCING SUCH LEGENDARY RARITIES AS THE ONE-CENT 1851 TYPE I AND Ib IMPERFORATE. THIS RECONSTRUCTION WAS ASSEMBLED BY STANLEY B. ASHBROOK, WHOSE PIONEERING WORK ON THE ONE-CENT 1851-57 ISSUE CREATED THE FOUNDATION FOR FUTURE SPECIALISTS.

Ex Ashbrook and Neinken. Scott Retail of $43,070.00 does not take into consideration multiples (which are scarce to rare from Plate 1 Early), colored cancels or other plating varieties (Image)

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E. 10,000-15,000

SOLD for $13,000.00
Will close during Public Auction

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