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VERY FINE AND CHOICE EXAMPLE OF THE 2-CENT 1880
AMERICAN BANK NOTE SPECIAL PRINTING. SCARCE WITH SUCH WIDE MARGINS.
Our recent review of records at the Philatelic Foundation found less than 50 certified examples of Scott 193.
Ex Chapin and Hoffman. With 1993 and 2003 P.F. certificates.
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VERY FINE AND CHOICE. A BEAUTIFUL SOUND EXAMPLE OF THE 1880
12-CENT AMERICAN BANK NOTE COMPANY SPECIAL PRINTING WITH WIDE MARGINS.
Our recently updated census records for Scott 198 contain approximately 60 certified examples. Of these, fully one-third have small flaws (mostly thin
Unpublished Census No. 198-UNC-26. Ex Hoffman. With 1994 and 2008 P.F. certificates (Image)
VERY FINE. APPROXIMATELY 41 EXAMPLES
OF THE 90-CENT 1880 AMERICAN BANK NOTE COMPANY SPECIAL PRINTINGS ARE KNOWN TO EXIST. THIS IS A RARE SOUND AND WELL-CENTERED EXAMPLE.
Our recently updated census records for Scott 202 contain approximately 41 certified copies. The 90c 1880
Special Printing on soft paper is notorious for its condition. Thins or more serious faults affect about half of the known examples. With the demand for Special Printings so strong, we anticipate collectors will display exuberance in bidding for this
choice sound stamp.
Unpublished Census No. 201-UNC-17. Ex Klein, T. Charlton Henry and Hansen. "W.H.C." backstamp of Warren H. Colson. With 1975 and 2008 P.F. certificates (Image)
EXTREMELY FINE. A BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE OF
THE RARE 4-CENT 1883 AMERICAN BANK NOTE COMPANY SPECIAL PRINTING. THIS IS ONE OF THE RAREST OF ALL SPECIAL PRINTINGS -- ONLY 26 ARE RECORDED.
Our census of the 4c 1883 Special Printing (available at http://www.siegelauctions.com/dynamic/census/211D/211D.pdf ) contains 26 stamps offered as No. 211D, of which 25 have been certified by The Philatelic Foundation.
Post Office Department records indicate that only 26 were sold. Of the known copies, five have small faults. This stamp comes from the block of four sold in the legendary Alfred H. Caspary sale (bottom right stamp).
Census No. 211D-UNC-05. Ex
Caspary and Whitman. With 1957 and 1992 P.F. and 2008 P.S.E. certificates (VF-XF 85). (Image)