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

Balance Lots
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
1141   1c Blue, Ty. II, IIIa (7, 8A).> Seven singles and four horizontal pairs, most are Type II from Plate 1 Early, all stamps have plating positions on back, range of shades and cancels, pair of Type IIIa from Plate
4 with parts of design painted in to re1c Blue, Ty. II, IIIa (7, 8A). Seven singles and four horizontal pairs, most are Type II from Plate 1 Early, all stamps have plating positions on back, range of shades and cancels, pair of Type IIIa from Plate 4 with parts of design painted in to resemble Type Ia, others with small flaws, overall appear Fine-Very Fine (Image)

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E. 750-1,000

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1142   1c Blue, Ty. II, IV (7, 9). 82 singles, seven pairs and four strips of three, on stock pages or stock cards, few plated including 35L1E, also 42-44R1E, 52/62R1E, 62L1E (all three ex Neinken), few better cancels including pair with small Boston "Paid" grids, two with "Way", few red including "5" in circle, grids and part of "U. States" in arc, other better including "1ct", also "Free" and "Paid", couple with centerlines, one with paperfold, some flaws to be expected, many are Fine-Very Fine, a worthwhile group

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E. 2,000-3,000

SOLD for $4,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
1143   Cancellation Study from the Neinken Collection. Hand-annotated pages containing 50 singles, three pairs and three strips of three, highlight is strip of three of Ty. IIIa-IIIa-III Positions 17-19L4 with small "Paid" handstamps, also single Ty. IV with blue "Route 7309" steamboat marking, Ty. II with red "10" handstamp, other better including Ty. IV with Star fancy cancel, various Paids, target including one on Position 7R1L, Carriers, one with "Feb. 31" applied in error, New York Ocean Mail, also including one page labelled "Oddities" with a reused No. 7, few paperfolds and five perforated oddities, the collection is notable for the clarity of the cancels, some flaws to be expected, overall a Fine-Very Fine and scarce group

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E. 2,000-3,000

SOLD for $4,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1144 c 1c Blue, Ty. II, IV (7, 9). Two covers: first bears single Ty. II from Plate 2 on Aug. 19, 1857 printed Prices Current from St. Louis to Macombe Ill., a very late usage, second bears three singles of Ty. IV tied by "Detroit Mich. Aug. 24" circular datestamps to Detroit and with "Steamboat" in scroll handstamp, few small flaws, Fine, unusual usages

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E. 300-400

SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1145 c Carrier Usages. Seven covers, including four with singles tied by red "U.S. Mail City Delivery" handstamps (one is Position 12L2 with cracked plate), two with pairs similarly tied and last with two singles (Types II and IV) also similarly tied, some flaws but mostly Fine-Very Fine, the last three pay both drop rate and carrier fee, last illustrated in Ashbrook book

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E. 300-400

SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
1146 c Way Usages. Five covers and one front only, five bear single 1c with 3c, including one with 3c Orange Brown and 1c Ty. II Position 88R1E datelined at New Orleans and cancelled at Mobile to New York, last bears vertical strip of three of 1c (Positions 7/17/27R1L) tied by red New Orleans circular datestamp and addressed to New Orleans and with manuscript "Way" at top left (7R1L is the recut state of Type I on Plate 1E), a few other interesting covers, overall Fine-Very Fine, ex Neinken

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E. 300-400

SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
1147 c Transcontinental Usages. Four covers, including one with 1c and 3c on 6c entire tied by "Nevada City 3 Paid May 21" integral-rate circular datestamps to Penn., one with three 3c and a 1c from Sacramento to Maine and forwarded and with additional 3c affixed for forwarding postage, one with three 3c and one 1c tied by New York Ocean Mail circular datestamps to San Francisco and with forwarder's backstamp, last with pair and single of 3c used with single 1c from Portsmouth N.H. to San Francisco, overall Fine-Very Fine

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E. 400-500

SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction
1148 c Covers to British North America. Four, including three with three 3c and single 1c to Port Dover, Hamilton and Montreal, last bears three perforated 3c and single imperforate 1c to Nova Scotia, origins including Ill., Ohio and New York (2), nice range of exchange markings, overall Fine-Very Fine

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E. 500-750

SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
1149 c Circular Rate Usages. 56 covers, most bear singles, range of cancels including New York 3-bar, 4-bar and solid bar slugs, many with circular datestamps including one tied on thick annual report for Western Rail Road Corp. and one on prices for refined sugar with illustration of sugar refinery inside, usages from Ohio, Cal., others, overall Fine-Very Fine

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E. 1,500-2,000

SOLD for $3,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1150 c Transatlantic Usages. Fourteen covers, including two each bearing pair paying printed matter rate to England, also single 1c and 3c used with pair of 10c Type III to Liverpool, pair of 1c Type IV used with 3c on May 1857 cover to Italy and treated as unpaid, others pay either 5c (8) or 21c (2) postage to France with French postage due from recipient at either 8, 13 or 26 decimes, some flaws, overall Fine-Very Fine and worthwhile group

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E. 2,500-3,000

SOLD for $2,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
1151 c Illegal Usages. Two covers: first bears either India proof or proof on stamp paper used locally in Baltimore in 1884, second is 40P3 used from Chicago in 1893 to Maplewood Ill., Fine-Very Fine, fun items

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E. 150-200

SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction


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