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1851-1856 ISSUE continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
21 ng 9 image#9, 1c Blue, Ty. IV, unused, position 79L1L, recut twice and top and twice at bottom, three clear to large margins, just into at bottom, attractive deep shade, fine, with 2019 P.F. certificate. (Image)

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$240.00

SOLD for $240.00
Will close during Public Auction
22 ng 9 image#9, 1c Blue, Ty. IV, unused, position 71R1L, straddle pane single with center line at left, generous margins at top and right, trivial natural inclusion at bottom right, a visually-appealing example, extremely fine, 2019 P.F. certificate (XF90) (Image)

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$240.00

SOLD for $700.00
Will close during Public Auction
23 og 9VAR image#9, 1c Blue, Ty. IV major double transfer, position 44L1L, hinged original gum, ample margins just into at bottom, an attractive example of this desirable variety, fine-very fine, with 2019 P.F. certificate. (Image)

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$850.00

SOLD for $240.00
Will close during Public Auction
24 c 9 image#9, 1c Blue, Ty. IV upper margin pair, tied to folded cover by partial New Orleans c.d.s., handstamped "open printed circular", endorsed "Per 1st Steamer" to Liverpool, handstruck black "2" due marking, "America Liverpool Ju 10 55" c.d.s. arrival backstamp, a nice transatlantic usage. (Image)

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Est. $100-150

SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction
25 c 9 image#9, 1c Blue, Ty. IV, tied by Bridgewater VT circular datestamp, on buff cover to Rev. A Booth at Darien's Depot, Connecticut, with "Intemperance is the Curse of the World" design, Wm. C. Hale imprint at right, a desirable example of this popular political propaganda illustration, very fine. (Image)

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Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction
26 c 9 image#9, 1c Blue, Ty. IV, three singles tied by folded cover by "U.S. Express Mail Boston Mass. Feb 17" circular datestamp, to New York, an uncommon strike on a fine cover. (Image)

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Est. $150-200

SOLD for $180.00
Will close during Public Auction
27 c 9 image#9, 1c Blue, Ty. IV 1853 British Open Mail Rate to St Petersburg, Russia, plate IL, recut top and bottom, with additional 1c and 3c dull red Type I, all tied by "Philadelphia PA May 3" circular datestamp, red "New York May 4 Br. Pkt" transit, "London 16 MY 1853" and red "Seebrief per England und Aachen" c.d.s. backstamps, manuscript "1/-" due and "11/3" silbergroschen marking, a fine and rare example of this difficult rate.Lots 27, 28, and 35 are ex-Winans correspondence. William Louis Winans was a noted railway pioneer, who, with his brother, traveled to Russia to equip the new railway linking St. Petersburg and Moscow, establishing locomotive workshops in Alexandrovsky. He remained in Russia until 1862, later settling in London until his death. (Image)

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Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
28 c 9 image#9, 1c Blue, Ty. IV (Two), 1855 British open mail cover to St Petersburg, Russia, with 3c dull red Type I, all tied by "Philadelphia Jan 1" circular datestamps, partial "Seebrief per England und Aachen" c.d.s. backstamp, endorsed "via Boston Steamer / January 3rd 1855", manuscript "1/-" due and "12/2" silbergroschen manuscript marking in blue, rare.Lots 27, 28, and 35 are ex-Winans correspondence. William Louis Winans was a noted railway pioneer, who, with his brother, traveled to Russia to equip the new railway linking St. Petersburg and Moscow, establishing locomotive workshops in Alexandrovsky. He remained in Russia until 1862, later settling in London until his death. (Image)

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Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $1,050.00
Will close during Public Auction
29 c 10A image#10A, 3c Orange brown, Type II, three singles, with 1c blue Franklin, all postmarked with black PAID circular grid handstamp, red "Boston 7 Jan 10 Cts" credit marking, black circular "6d" Canadian postage due, "Montreal JA 9 1852 U.C." double split-ring arrival backstamp, an attractive and eye-catching franking. very fine. (Image)

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Est. $150-200

SOLD for $280.00
Will close during Public Auction
30 O 12 image#12, 5c Red brown, horizontal interpane pair, showing the center line at right, large margins to just touching at upper right, postmarked with New Orleans c.d.s., fine, with 2019 P.F. certificate. (Image)

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$1,600.00

SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
31 O 12 image#12, 5c Red brown, used vertical strip of three, large balanced margins, cancelled with crisp black and red town postmarks, center stamp with light diagonal crease, not detracting from the visual appeal of this scarce strip, very fine, with 2019 P.F. certificate. (Image)

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$3,750.00

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
32 c 12 image#12, 5c Red brown, clear to large margins, tied to cover by "New Orleans Dec 29" c.d.s., red New York British packet exchange transit datestamp, received in France on 19 January 57 with black "“Etats-Unis Paq. Brit. A. Calais" entry c.d.s., boxed "GB / 1F 60c" debit mark and "8" (decimes) due handstamp, black "Vendome 20 Janv 57" arrival backstamp. Some light soiling around edges, a fine example of the 5c red brown used during the "Three Month" period. (Image)

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Est. $500-750

SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
33 O 16 image#16, 10c Green, Ty. IV, position 76L1, large to huge margins, clear at right, centrally-struck black grid cancel, appealing deep color, very fine, with 2019 P.F. certificate. (Image)

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$1,600.00

SOLD for $950.00
Will close during Public Auction
34 c 17 image#17, 12c Black strip of 3 on 45c British Mail Rate cover to Buenos Aires, Argentina, clear to ample margins at top and bottom, right stamp partially affixed overtop by strip of three 3c dull red, postmarked with black circular grid cancels, red "New York Br Pkt Oct 26" circular datestamp, endorsed "per Steamer / via England" and "per Canada / from Boston" (Cunard Line), to Buenos Aires, Argentina, manuscript "40" accountancy mark and red London "Paid" transit datestamp, horizontal filing fold, not detracting from this rare cover. (Image)

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Est. $3,000-4,000

SOLD for $2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
35 c 17 image#17, 12c Black (3) 37c Prussian Closed Mail cover to St Petersburg, Russia, three singles, mostly close margins, with 1c blue Type IV (9), on folded cover, tied by Philadelphia circular datestamp, to William Winans at Alexandrovsky, St Petersburg, Russia, manuscript "Via Prussian Closed Mail" at upper left, red boxed "Aachen 26/2 / Franco" handstamp overtop, manuscript "14" credit marking and blue "f3" transit fee notation, typical filing folds, a lovely example illustrating this scarce rate.Lots 27, 28, and 35 are ex-Winans correspondence. William Louis Winans was a noted railway pioneer, who, with his brother, traveled to Russia to equip the new railway linking St. Petersburg and Moscow, establishing locomotive workshops in Alexandrovsky. He remained in Russia until 1862, later settling in London until his death. (Image)

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Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $3,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
36 O 17 image#17, 12c Black horizontal pair, close to clear margins, tied to folded letter by "Philadelphia PA June 12 1855" circular datestamp, to Stratford, London, England, endorsed "via New York & Liverpool," with red "3 Jun 12 Phila Am Pkt" and London Paid (25 Jun) arrival datestamp, fine. (Image)

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$750.00

SOLD for $260.00
Will close during Public Auction
37 O 17 image#17, 12c Black, four large, balanced margins, crisp strike of blue circular datestamp, attractive and very fine, with 2019 P.F. certificate (VF80). (Image)

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$265.00

SOLD for $180.00
Will close during Public Auction
1857-1861 ISSUE
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
38 O 18 image#18, 1c Blue, Ty. I, position 90R12, bright color, jumbo margins, postmarked with indistinct c.d.s., a beautifully-centered stamp, extremely fine, with 2019 P.F. certificate (XF-90J) (Image)

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$500.00

SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction
39 O 18 image#18, 1c Blue, Ty. I, horizontal pair, position 21-22 R12, showing center guide line at left, postmarked with red grid cancels, small manuscript mark at upper left, a fine pair, with 2019 P.F. certificate. (Image)

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$1,070.00

SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction
40 c 18 image#18, 1c Blue, Ty. I, on folded cover, tied by "New York 3 Jul" circular datestamp, to Geneva, Switzerland, with July 17 1861 arrival backstamp, a fine and uncommon usage. (Image)

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Est. $200-300

SOLD for $190.00
Will close during Public Auction

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