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29c New York Stock Exchange Invert, Center Omitted (Scott 2630b, 2630c)
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
6128 nhbl 29c New York Stock Exchange Bicentennial, Center Inverted, Omitted (2630b, 2630c).> Mint N.H. block of four with <selvage at left with ordering information on Stock Exchange Print,> brilliant colors, choice
centering<><>^EXTREMELY FINE. THIS IS THE29c New York Stock Exchange Bicentennial, Center Inverted, Omitted (2630b, 2630c). Mint N.H. block of four with selvage at left with ordering information on Stock Exchange Print, brilliant colors, choice centering

EXTREMELY FINE. THIS IS THE TRULY UNIQUE MINT NEVER-HINGED BLOCK OF THE 29-CENT STOCK EXCHANGE ISSUE CONTAINING TWO STAMPS WITH CENTER OMITTED AND TWO WITH CENTER INVERTED AND THE PRINT INFORMATION IN THE SELVAGE. ONE OF THE FEW REMAINING BLOCKS CONTAINING BOTH OF THESE MAJOR ERRORS.

Two panes in total were discovered. This block comes from the second to be discovered. Each pane consists of 40 stamps, and of these 28 were with the centers inverted and 12 were with the centers completely omitted. The panes are from different positions on the sheet. The other pane, with print ordering information at right, contains four examples of the invert and none with center omitted.

With 2006 P.S.E. certificate. The center omitted variety is unlisted in Scott but is more than twice as rare as the invert. The two inverts in this block catalogue $52,000.00. (Image)

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E. 30,000-40,000

SOLD for $50,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
6129 nhbl 29c New York Stock Exchange Bicentennial, Center Inverted, Omitted (2630b, 2630c).> Mint N.H. block of four with <top right corner selvage,> also showing trace of the vignette in the selvage at top and right,
brilliant colors<><>^EXTREMELY FINE. AN29c New York Stock Exchange Bicentennial, Center Inverted, Omitted (2630b, 2630c). Mint N.H. block of four with top right corner selvage, also showing trace of the vignette in the selvage at top and right, brilliant colors

EXTREMELY FINE. AN EXTREMELY RARE MINT NEVER-HINGED BLOCK OF FOUR OF THE 29-CENT NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE ERROR, CONTAINING TWO INVERTS AND TWO WITH THE VIGNETTE COMPLETELY OMITTED. A WONDERFUL POSITION PIECE FROM THE TOP RIGHT CORNER OF THE PANE.

Two panes in total were discovered. This block comes from the second to be discovered. Each pane consists of 40 stamps, and of these 28 were with the centers inverted and 12 were with the centers completely omitted. The panes are from different positions on the sheet, so theoretically this multiple is unique.

With 2008 P.S.E. certificate. The center omitted variety is unlisted in Scott but is more than twice as rare as the invert. The two inverts in this block catalogue $52,000.00. (Image)

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E. 30,000-40,000

SOLD for $40,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
6130 og 29c New York Stock Exchange Bicentennial, Center Inverted (2630c).> Mint N.H., brilliant colors, wide and balanced margins<><>^EXTREMELY FINE. A DESIRABLE EXAMPLE OF THE 29-CENT NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
INVERT.^<><>Two panes containing this invert29c New York Stock Exchange Bicentennial, Center Inverted (2630c). Mint N.H., brilliant colors, wide and balanced margins

EXTREMELY FINE. A DESIRABLE EXAMPLE OF THE 29-CENT NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE INVERT.

Two panes containing this invert error were discovered, for a total of 56 examples recorded. The bottom rows of each pane have the black completely missing (twelve stamps) as the vignettes for these were printed off the top of the sheet as seen here. This is the first invert error to be discovered since the 1979 C.I.A. Invert (excluding the illegally-released Nixon Invert, which cannot be legitimately owned).

With 2008 P.S.E. certificate (VF-XF 85, unpriced in SMQ) (Image)

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26,000.00

SOLD for $10,000.00
Will close during Public Auction

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