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The Falberg Collection of Postal Cards (Later Issues) continued...
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
6490 c 15c Buffalo and Prairie, Postal Card, Black and Magenta Omitted (UX120d USPCC S137ah).> Mint face, pre-printed back with premium due reminder from an Oklahoma Burial Association, Very Fine and choice, only
three recorded according to the USPCC15c Buffalo and Prairie, Postal Card, Black and Magenta Omitted (UX120d, USPCC S137ah). Mint face, pre-printed back with premium due reminder from an Oklahoma Burial Association, Very Fine and choice, only three recorded according to the USPCC (Image)

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1,500.00

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
6491 c 16c Buffalo and Prairie, Postal Card, Essay (UX120E USPCC S137E).> Mint card, identical to the 15c card except denomination changed to 16, Extremely Fine, unlisted both in Scott and USPCC16c Buffalo and Prairie, Postal Card, Essay (UX120E, USPCC S137E). Mint card, identical to the 15c card except denomination changed to "16", Extremely Fine, unlisted both in Scott and USPCC (Image)

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E. 500-750

SOLD for $850.00
Will close during Public Auction
6492 c 1c Liberty, 1872-73 Trial Color Proofs. Eleven items on pages, variety of colors, unwatermarked and watermarked, several issued color or nearly so as Aug. 14, 1872 unwatermarked laid paper, "POD" double line, small "POD" monogram, unwatermarked laid paper from Aug. 29, 1872 and April 1873 Normal Color on Unwatermarked paper (Subject Plate 21), Very Fine lot E. 750-1,000

SOLD for $950.00
Will close during Public Auction
6493 E Postal Card Essays and Proofs. Six Liberty Bi-Color cards ("Patent Reply Post Card"), two bicolor ("Write address Only...") and three different 1c Grant UY1 unfolded Paid Reply trial color proofs (light and dark violet and deep brown), most of the Liberty cards have toning as usual, probably due to the poor quality of the paper used for production, otherwise Very Fine E. 750-1,000

SOLD for $850.00
Will close during Public Auction
6494 c "Adpostal Cards", 1873-1915. Collection of eight different unused cards, three with edge of backs, incl. Oak Hall Mass. on 1c 1873, South Orange N.J. on 1c 1891 Grant and West Philadelphia on 1c 1915 Martha Washington, other five with multicolor vertical rectangular ads at left side of cards (1911 McKinley and 1914 Jefferson issues), some toning, otherwise Very Fine, very scarce lot, also incl. UX40 and UX42 with "Detroit. Mich. Redeemed" machine marking (presumably these cards were taken back by the P.O. at three-quarters face value) E. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
6495 c Postal Card Collection, 1875-1988. One volume mounted collection of about 140 virtually all different items, incl. Proofs, Specimen, color and surcharge varieties, some non-Scott listed but listed in USPCC with a few of these that are not priced due to low reported numbers, virtually all Mint, a very nice foundation collection upon which to build and in exceptional quality throughout, Very Fine E. 2,000-3,000

SOLD for $2,700.00
Will close during Public Auction

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