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UNITED STATES & POSSESSIONS continued...

Special Delivery
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
201 nh E11 image1917 10c Ultramarine, pristine never hinged gum, lovely centering, bright shade, with plate number selvedge at right, very fine, with 2019 P.S.E. certificate (Sc. E11, VF-XF85) (Image) Est. $50-75


Will close during Public Auction
Officials
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
202 ng O10 image1873 1c vermilion Executive, unused no gum, bright color, fine-very fine. (Sc. O10, $450) (Image) Est. $100-150


Will close during Public Auction
203 og O11 image1873 2c vermilion Executive, hinge remnant, well-centered, very fine. (Sc. O11, $575) (Image) Est. $100-150

Currently...$95.00
Will close during Public Auction
204 O O12 image1873 3c vermilion Executive, used with central cork cancel, well-centered with jumbo margin at top, fresh and very fine. (Sc. O12, $225) (Image) Est. $75-100

Currently...$45.00
Will close during Public Auction
205 O O13 image1873 6c vermilion Executive, used with centrally-struck fancy cancel, blunt perf at lower right, fine. (Sc. O13, $600) (Image) Est. $100-150


Will close during Public Auction
206 O O14 image1873 10c vermilion Executive, used, faint obliterator, a few blunt perfs at top, a difficult stamp so well-centered, fine-very fine. (Sc. O14, $1000) (Image) Est. $200-300


Will close during Public Auction
Carriers’ and Locals
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
207 O LO1 image(1c) dull blue, Benjamin Franklin Carrier, clear to large margins, lightly-struck red Philadelphia star cancel, significant central thin, a fine appearing example of this scarce stamp. (Sc. LO1, $5,000) (Image) Est. $750-1,000


Will close during Public Auction
208 c 20L1 imageBoyd's City Express, New York, N.Y., 2c green on glazed paper, clear to full margins, red "FREE" cancel, rectangular "BOYD'S CITY / EXPRESS POST / SEP 17 3 O'C" datestamp beside, to a firm of local merchants, September 1844 docketing inside fold, some surface abrasions to stamp, a scarce example of this first issue of Boyd's Express, one of eighteen recorded examples, fine; ex Kuphal. (Sc. 20L1, CAT $4,000) (Image) Est. $500-750


Will close during Public Auction
Postal Stationery
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
209 c U62 imageWells Fargo & Co, San Francisco, 1866, 6c entire (U62), with printed frank, uprated with 3c rose vertical pair (65), tied by blue oval "Wells Fargo & Co, San Francisco" oval datestamp, two oval "COLLECT" handstamps at left, to Michigan Bar, California, endorsed "Rec'd Nov 5/66" in manuscript, the reverse with U58 paste-up with red printed "COLLECT", the cover slightly reduced at left and with minor edge faults, scarce and striking. (Image) (image_2) Est. $500-750


Will close during Public Auction
210 c   imageWells, Fargo & Co. San Francisco 1874, 3c green entire, with printed frank, postmarked with lightly-struck blue oval datestamp, to Kingston, Jamaica, clear Panama JY 6 74 c.d.s., presumably stamp of Great Britain missing from lower left, 4d written in its place in blue crayon, vertical fold, slightly reduced at bottom, still fine and scarce. (Image) Est. $150-200


Will close during Public Auction
Confederate States
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
211 P   imageUnited States, Confederate States, 1918 August Dietz facsimile Die Proofs, complete set of twenty printed in advance for his famed 1929 publication "The Postal Service of the Confederate States of America", includes enlarged examples of every general Confederate issue, as well as a Liberty Head essay, in the original envelope (faulty) but uncommon as such, a useful research aid. (Image) (image_2) Est. $150-200


Will close during Public Auction
Canal Zone
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
212 c 1 imageUnited States, Canal Zone, 1904 2c Rose, strip of three tied to cover by seven-bar grid cancel and matching "Canal Zone Bohio" c.d.s., to A(polinary) Bienkowski, P.R.R. News Agent in Gorgana, with Jul 12 1904 arrival backstamp, filing folds, reduced at right, and other small faults, yet a fine strip and scarce franking, most commonly seen on covers to Colon. (Sc. 1, $1,300) (Image) Est. $300-400


Will close during Public Auction
Hawaii
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
213 c   image1856 stampless folded letter Great Britain to Honolulu, Sandwich Islands,with contents regarding a shipment of produce from Manila, datelined 24 October 1856, postmarked with "London OC 31 1856 Paid" double split-ring, handstamped PAID, manuscript 1/2&1/2 rate marking at left, endorsed "via New York & San Francisco," an appealing and scarce cover of exceptional quality. (Image) Est. $400-500

Currently...$240.00
Will close during Public Auction
214 c   image1857, 5c Blue, Thin White Wove Paper, Second Printing, large to clear margins, with sheet margin at right, used in combination with United States 1851 12c black (17), large to ample margins, showing left interpane margin, the former tied by red "Honolulu U.S. Postage Paid" c.d.s., both tied by "San Francisco Cal OC 5 1857" c.d.s., to Natchez, Mississippi, multiple hinge remnants on back of cover from prior mounting, an impressive and scarce mixed franking with tremendous visual appeal; ex Krug, signed Ashbrook, with 2020 P.F. certificate. (Sc. 8) (Image) Est. $5,000-7,500


Will close during Public Auction
215 c 36 image1893, 12c black Prince Leleiohoku, horizontal pair tied to cover by violet Honolulu May 22 1893 double-circle, sent locally, with red May 27 1893 double-circle datestamp at left, reduced at right, clear of stamp, a scarce franking; with 1990 Philatelic Foundation certificate. (Sc. 36) (Image) Est. $300-400


Will close during Public Auction
216 c 76 image1894, 5c rose lake, vertical strip of five, tied to registered cover by violet target cancels, postmarked "Honolulu JUL 18 1894", handstamped A.R., to Paris, France, New York registry label and oval transit backstamp, a few toned perfs, a scarce franking and visually-appealing cover. (Sc. 76) (Image) Est. $300-400


Will close during Public Auction
Stamp Collections & Balances
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
217 nh/og/O   United States valuable mint & used collection, housed in five White Ace albums, mix of mint and used, the 1847 issues highlighted by Sc. #1 and 2 used (the latter with P.S.E. certificate), several 1c Franklins, one 8A with APEX certificate, multiple 10c Washington used examples, 1857 issues with multiple 1c Franklin, 10c green and 90c blue Washington, 1867 Grill issues to the 15c used, 1869 Grill Issues to the 30c, 1870-1 Bank Note Issues with 7c Grill used, Without Grill to the 90c, 1873 CBN issues complete used save for the 24c, 1879 ABN complete used, several additional examples identified as being on soft porous paper, 1887-93 Bank Note Issues mint and used, note lovely mint 214, used 218, Columbians complete used to the 50c, some present in more than one example, the 1c, 5c, and 6c VF NH with certificates, 1894 issues with #248 mint, 5c, 6c, 8c mint, $1 Perry used, Trans-Mississippi complete used, three with P.F. or P.S.E. certificates, Pan-American complete used, along with several mint including an attractive 10c, second volume with plentiful Washington-Franklins, many with certificates, note imperforate pairs and blocks, coils, with 524 mint, 547 mint, 572 and 573 mint, the third volume quite full to the 1940s, with many represented in singles and plate blocks, further P.S.E. graded stamps including 599 (XF90), 722 (VF-XF85), and 789 (XF-SUP 95), as well as Special Delivery and Parcel Post issues, one volume exclusively dedicated to airmail issues, apparently complete save for the 1930 Zeppelin issues, including one n.h. and one hinged set of C1-3, several plate blocks including C10, C11, C19, C23, C39, coil pairs, and additional Minuteman album of 1950s/60 mint blocks, coils, etc, an exceptional collection of significant value, meriting close inspection. Est. $7,500-10,000

Currently...$5,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
218 og/O   imageUnited States 1851-1929 powerful collection of mint and used, replete with desirable items, 1851 Issues with three nice examples of 1c Blue, two 10c Green, one showing crisp San Francisco c.d.s, the second with attractive red grid cancel, four-margin 10c Black, 1857s with pleasing 1c Blue Type II, several 3c Dull Red and 10c Green types as well as an 12c Black o.g., 1860 24c Gray shade, lovely run of used 1861 Issues to the 90c, with 3c Rose Pink (APEX cert), 5c Buff with neat partial “Paid” cancel, well-centered 90c Blue, 5c Brown and Red Brown shades, 1867 “E” Grills with 2c, 3c, 10c, and 12c used, “F” Grills with 1c, 2c, 3c, 10c, 12c (with steamship cancel), and 15c, several with attractive fancy cancels, 1869 Pictorial Issue 1c-15c, with 15c Type I, and 30c, 1871 Grill Issues used to the 7c (the 7c with P.F. certificate), without grill from 1c-90c used, 1873 Continental Bank Note. Co. and 1879 American Bank Note Co. 1c through 90c used, noting 6c ABN with “Negative 3” fancy cancel, 1888 ABN issues 4c-90c used, 1890-93 Small Bank Note issues 1c-90c used, 1893 Columbian Exposition 1c-15c mint, 1894 Bureau Issues 1c - $1 used, 1895 Watermarked Issue to the $1, 1898 Trans-Mississippi noting 5c mint block of four, 50c mint, 1901 Pan-American Exposition complete, 1902-3 Watermarked Issues to the $2, pages well-filled onwards, strong in coils & Washington-Franklins, noting 350 & 369 used singles (with P.F. certificate), 349-52 coil pairs used (5c with P.F. certificate), 353 mint paste-up pair (with P.S.E. certificate), 445 mint pair, 446 used pair (with P.F. certificates), 459 mint (with P.F. certificate), 500 used (with P.F. certificate), 523 used, 545 used (with P.F. certificate), 551-73 mint, 581-91 mint, two never hinged 1926 White Plains souvenir sheets, 1929 Kansas & Nebraska sets mint, with many n.h., Air Post with C1-3, C4-6 mint, 1930 Graf Zeppelin 65c & $1.30 mint, $2.60 used, Special Delivery E1-11 (mostly used), Parcel Post Q1-12 (mostly used), etc, a lovely and valuable collection, chiefly fine-very fine, carefully built over many years with a collector seeking quality examples; a desirable lot. (Image) Est. $5,000-7,500


Will close during Public Auction
219 nh/og/O   United States collection in seven volumes, the first four being mint sheet albums, roughly a couple hundred sheets, most 3c/4c denominations from 2c 1931 Red Cross, 1c-3c National Parks, 5c Flags, 5c Roosevelt, to 4c Forest Conservation, fresh and attractive, an “American Commemorative Stamp Album” sparse to 1924 then complete to 1958, two-volume Empire Stamp Album for United States Plate Blocks near complete 1928-58, two shoe boxes of glassine envelopes filled with mint and used duplicates, most 1930s onwards, group of 21 1976/95 Year Sets, etc, mixed condition but many fine stamps. Est. $500-750


Will close during Public Auction
220 og/O   United States collection with better values including two used 1847 5c red brown, 1851-7 12 gray black used pair, 1861-2 issues to the 90c, multiple Grill issues including 90c Lincoln, 1893 Columbian set complete, 1898 Trans-Mississippi complete, useful run of Washington-Franklins, Air Post including C1-6, and more, significant catalogue value but much with small faults, toning, etc, requiring close inspection. Est. $750-1,000

Currently...$500.00
Will close during Public Auction

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