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United States continued...

1916-1917 WASHINGTON - FRANKLINS continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
121 og 477 image#477, 50c Light violet, lightly hinged, rich pastel-like shade, fine, with 2019 P.S.E. certificate. (Image)

Get Market Data for [United States 477 ]

$850.00

SOLD for $325.00
Will close during Public Auction
122 nh/ogbl 480 image#480, $5.00 Light green, mint block of four with horizontal guide line, original gum, lightly hinged, the bottom left stamp never hinged, fine-very fine. (Image)

Get Market Data for [United States 480 ]

for singles $885.00

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
1917 - 1919 WASHINGTON - FRANKLINS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
123 nh/ogbl 519 image#519, 2c Carmine, the top two stamps with central hinge remnant, bottom two never hinged, deep color, an uncommon block, fine, with 2019 P.S.E certificate. (Image)

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for singles $2,700.00

SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction
AIR POSTS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
124 nh/ogbl C1-3 image#C1-3, 6c-24c 1918 Air Posts complete matched set of left sheet-margin arrow blocks of four, fresh, original gum, hinge remnant in selvage, all but two 24c stamps never hinged, fine-very fine. (Image)

Get Market Data for [United States C1-3 ]

for singles $1,310.00

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
OFFICES IN CHINA
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
125 og K1-16 image#K1-16, Offices in China, heavy hinge remnants, bright colors, chiefly fine centering, an always-popular set. (Image)

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$1,920.00

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
OFFICIALS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
126 O O14 image#O14, 10c Executive, nicely-centered, postmarked with black cork cancel, pleasing rich color, very fine, with 2019 P.S.E. certificate. (Image)

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$1,000.00

SOLD for $750.00
Will close during Public Auction
Carriers' and Locals
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
127 c 15L5 image#15L5, D.O. Blood and Co, Philadelphia, Pa., (2c) Black, on 1847 printed notice from the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, used locally, small Blood & Co. City Despatch advertising label for circulars affixed at upper right (moved from back of letter), the label with some faults, fine, with 2019 P.F. certificate. (Image)

Get Market Data for [United States 15L5 ]

$800.00

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
Civil War
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
128 c   imageGeneral McClellan colorless embossed Union patriotic cover to Germany, postmarked with black "N. York Br. Am. Pk 3 Mar 26" circular datestamp, to Heidelberg, Baden, endorsed "Via Bremen" matching blue two-line America / Uber Bremen and "99" handstamps, "Frankfurt 17 Apr 1864" c.d.s. and boxed Heidelberg arrival backstamps, some light edge toning, a nice stampless usage of a Civil War patriotic to Germany. (Image)

Est. $200-300

SOLD for $140.00
Will close during Public Auction
129 c   image"Ever Victorious" patriotic cover to Wales, noted "unpaid 24" in black, postmarked with New York packet mail circular datestamp, black UK shilling due handstamp, with "Cardiff FE 11 62" c.d.s. arrival backstamp, lovely color cachet, back flap partially removed, an attractive and uncommon patriotic usage to Wales. (Image)

Est. $200-300

SOLD for $160.00
Will close during Public Auction
130 c   imageEngineering Detachment HQ at Harpers Ferry, cover and letter, the cover postmarked with "Harpers Ferry VA OCT 29" circular datestamp, to Rileyville, Tennessee, the letter on scarce color letterhead depicting a soldier being treated for his wounds while a battle rages in the background, the writer discusses having to pay for lost clothes, and "also I lost my gun and equipment," continuing his note a few days later from Berlin, Maryland, by saying "we find ourselves eight miles below Harpers Ferry where we have lain a bridge," sent only a month after the Confederate victory under Stonewall Jackson, a very fine letter. (Image)

Est. $400-500

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
131 c   image#65 3c Rose "Forever float that standard sheet" patriotic cover, with matching letterhead enclosed, the stamp tied by "Oceola IA Mar 19" circular datestamp, to Belle Plaine, Minnesota, the sender writing "...t'is queer you should have such a northward tendency. It surprised me much indeed, to learn you had passed the Rubicon," cover slightly reduced at right, attractive and most interesting. (Image)

Est. $150-250

SOLD for $130.00
Will close during Public Auction
132 c   image#65, 3c Rose on color Union patriotic cover,, tied to buff cover by four-ring target cancel, bold red "Lockport ILL 1 Aug 1862" circular datestamp, to an artillery regiment, First Division, Illinois Volunteers, at Jackson, Tennessee, with black "Received Cairo Ill Aug 3 1862" c.d.s. arrival backstamp, color patriotic cachet depicting a soldier, flag, and tents with the Capitol building in the background, slightly reduced at right, fine. (Image)

Est. $150-250

SOLD for $65.00
Will close during Public Auction
Postal History Collections & Balances
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
133 og/O   Balance of the Freshwater Collection of United States, mint and used in three albums, the efforts of a collector who enjoyed studying the minutiae of these issues, and expanded far beyond simply accumulating basic single stamps, but rather sought out shades, postmarks, multiples, and proofs, all of which are found throughout, the first volume beginning with an unused 5c Providence Rhode Island (#10X1), as well as a 5c 1845 New York Postmaster's Provisional, multiple 1847 Issues including four used #1, and a used #2, 1847 Reproductions including a 5c plate proof, a used study of 1851-7 Franklins, including recuts and cracked plates, a similar 1853 3c study showing various plate varieties, worn plates, frameline varieties, recuts, and more, a cancellation study including colored, express, railway, and steamboat cancels, 1851-6 5c Jefferson including three different plate proofs, 10c Washington proof from reprint die, used multiples, and various varieties showing different recuts, a group of seven 12c Washington die proofs in various colors, 12c plate proof and used pair with attractive red cancel, 1c Franklin mostly used plating study, including pairs and strips, as well as an extensive study of the 3c Washington, 10c green Washington including multiples, featuring a strip of five cancelled "Paid", as well as a plating study, 1861 1c Franklin study, 3c Washington used group including postmark interest, 10c,12c, and 24c values with plate proofs, 1867 30c Franklin plate proof and multiple used examples, variety of 1861-6 Jackson, 5c Jefferson shade study, 1867 NBN Co. including double grills, F-Grills including used with fancy cancels, multiple Z-Grills, 1869 issues including one used with Japan cancel, as well as a complete mint set, all appearing at least part o.g., multiple red cancellations including 90c pair, as well as various plate proofs, extensive 1870-1 Banknote issues, the second volume continuing with 1873 Banknotes, including mint, used, and colored cancels, as well as lovely fancy cancels on 6c-90c issues, 1875 Continental Banknote issues including examples on horizontally ribbed paper, 1879 ABN issues including 6c with Japan c.d.s., 15c with "Wheel of Fortune" cancel, 10c used strip of four, 30c and 90c with "Sample" overprint, Kicking Mule fancy cancel on 2c, 1882 ABN Issues including 6c rose o.g. pair, 1887 and 1890-3 ABN issues mint and used, including plate proofs and shade studies, 1893 Columbian set o.g. and used, 1894 -1903 Bureau issues basic sets complete, including many shade varieties, in mint and used, 1898 Trans-Mississippi set mint and used, including a couple plate imprint pairs, 1901 Pan-American set mint and used, 1902-3 Regular issues complete used and mint to the $1, from then on to the Pilgrim Tercentenary generally complete mint and used as well as various other highlights such as plate blocks and strips, imperfs, line pairs, and more, over thirty pages of Washington-Franklins mint and used, coils, postmarks, multiples, and shades, the third and final volume includes the Prexies and back-of-the-book, including C13-15 Graf Zeppelin mint set, 1885-95 Special Delivery including shades, perf changes, etc., Parcel Post, Postal Savings including plate proofs, Postage Dues beginning with mint examples of the 1879 issues, Postal Agency in China including used 2c on 1c block of four, Canal Zone, Philippines, Officials including plate proofs and specimen overprints, as well as 2c, 3c, and 6c Executive stamps, Interior, Justice, Post Office, Navy, State, Treasury, and War Department, an exhausive and detailed study that took decades of diligent searching and research, cataloguing well into six figures, and a tremendous opportunity for the enthusiast to expand upon this collector's dedicated effort and achievement.

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Est. $40,000-50,000

SOLD for $47,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
134 E   imageSmall Die essay group including 3c black Washington vignette on India (#11-E4), 3c Washington vignette in deep green from Toppan, Carpenter, Casilear & Co (#11-E17), 3c Washington vignette small die in blue and green from Draper, Welsh & Co (#11-E7 &11-E8), 1c Franklin blue Bowlsby Patent Coupon pair (#63-E13), 1c Franklin die on orange-brown (#63-E2), 1c Franklin die in deep green (#63-E3), 1c Franklin complete design on orange (#63-E9), 5c Jefferson on proof paper in brown (#67-E4), 12c Washington incomplete frame & blank rosettes in green (#69-E3), 24c Washington completed design with numerals in violet (#70-E4), 90c Washington vignette with completed design in brown (#72-E5), Die proof portrait medallion for 3c Washington on white wove paper, No. 14 (#182-E1b), most with small thins due to fragility of paper, an attractive and desirable group of essays, chiefly very fine. (Image)

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Est. $500-750

SOLD for $575.00
Will close during Public Auction
135 c   Balance of the Freshwater United States postal history collection, a fascinating group of around a hundred covers, almost exclusively nineteenth century, illustrating usages, rates, and destinations, beginning with a few stampless covers showing a variety of rate markings, American Letter Mail Co. adhesive on folded letter, multiple 1851 1c Franklin covers including multiples, 1856 folded letter New Orleans to Paris via Liverpool, 1855 10c Washington solo franking to Paris, 1859 1c Franklin pair on folded letter to Italy, 1861 24c Washington solo franking and pair on covers to London, 1860s postage due steamboat cover from Baltimore to Boston, 1863 30c Franklin solo franking to France, 1c Washington strip of five on 1865 cover from New York to France, 1865 transatlantic mourning cover to Belgium, 1867 28c rate three-color franking on folded letter to Bordeaux, 15c Lincoln insufficiently paid via Boston to Paris, unusual 3c Banknote on Washington YMCA label forwarded letter, multiple transatlantic Banknnote issues covers with a variety of frankings, 2c Banknote fancy cancel on bankruptcy discharge returned to sender, Civil War usages including 13th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers illustrated cover and letter, several Union patriotic covers, two Confederate States usages, two Boyd's City Express and multiple Blood's Penny Post local covers, and many more, a delightful collection offering a glimpse of the many fascinating byways of the postal history of this period, typical mixed condition as expected, ideal for the collector or dealer alike as there are a great many covers with retail values into the hundreds of dollars, deserving of closer inspection.

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Est. $3,000-4,000

SOLD for $6,000.00
Will close during Public Auction

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