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United States Collections and Accumulations continued...

United States Postal History Collections continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
4081 REGISTERED MAIL COLLECTION 1840s/1900s. collection of over 200 covers ranging from stampless to 20th century including small towns, range of uses and frankings including Stampless, 1851 Issue, 1861 Issue, 1870-88 Bank Note Issue, 1893 Columbians, 1895 Bureaus, 1898 Trans-Mississippi, 1908-25 Washington-Franklins, 10¢ Registry F1 uses, etc., domestic and foreign destinations, some mixed condition but great collection

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1,000

SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:04 AM
4082 NEW YORK CITY POSTAL HISTORY COLLECTION AND ACCUMULATION. likely a couple of thousand or more items, includes two albums mostly on postal cards with various killers and duplexes, City Delivery, receiving strikes and some IBB included, some advertising and unusual transit markings are also present, most are F-VF, a great group for the New York enthusiast

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1,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:04 AM
4083 1851-56 3c TYPES I & II POSTAL HISTORY COLLECTION. large collection from a 3c 1851-57 student with approximately 250 covers including many plated or indicating various plating varieties like recutting, double transfers, etc., mostly imperfs, postal history includes various towns, cancels including color, few fancies, paids, etc, railroad post offices and express mail, advertising, forwarding, auxiliary markings including missent; mixed condition, a treasure trove for the dealer or collector alike, F-VF

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1,000

SOLD for $2,100.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:05 AM
4084 19th AND 20th CENTURY POSTAGE DUE COVERS, approximately 78 covers nearly written up on pages, the vast majority either from the US with foreigh postage dues or incoming to the US, many interesting covers but note unaccepted bisects, parcel post dues, and much more, mixed condition but generally F-VF, view to appreciate as there is a wealth of research to still be conducted

800

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:05 AM
4085 US SEA POST COVERS 1893/1941. mounted collection of about 62 covers including 17 U.S.-German Transatlantic Sea Post, 1893-1914, 13 U.S.-British Transatlantic Sea Post, 1905-17 (including 4 "U.S. Sea Post/Reg."), and 8 United States Transatlantic Sea Post, 1893-17 (including 10 off-cover stamps with Sea Post cancels); the rest are later Sea Post cancels including 6 Transpacific Sea Post, 1925-41, a marvelous lot

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750

SOLD for $750.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:06 AM
4086 1870-1990 OFFICIAL MAIL COLLECTION. about 1,000 covers in 8 cover albums, all with various printed franks, includes recent entires (State Dept, etc.), mostly used and with interesting markings, includes earlier "Dead Letter", "Return Receipts", "prisoner of War", "US Navy", "Post Office Dept", "Treasury Dept", etc., generally F-VF, ideal for specialist.

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400

SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:07 AM
4087 1888-1972 SPECIAL DELIVERY, REGISTERED, AND CERTIFIED COVER COLLECTION. group of 87 covers; 59 Special Delivery covers, of note: E1 (2), E2, E3 (2), etc., note colorful frankings, various markings, etc.; Registration (F1) on nine covers, balance with 15c (FA1), E1-E3 + F1 alone catalogue $1,750 with many more of interest, some mixed condition, overall Fine or slightly better

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250

SOLD for $700.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:08 AM
4088 SPECIAL DELIVERY ISSUES ON COVER ASSORTMENT. 14 covers with variety of uses; note E13-14+QE4 on 1925 cover to NJ; E11-14+QE4 on 1925 legal sized cover to Pasadena Cal; E15 on 1938 paquebot cover from the Bahamas with 8d George V plus US franking and cancelled in Miami; E15 on 1939 flight cover with Cuba franking; E8 on 1916 cover from Venezuela addressed to NY City; 1889 cover addressed to Penn. with 220 pair + E2 and backstamped rimless "New York & Pitts RPO"; 1895 locally addressed NY City cover with E1 franking and cover marked "Due 2" with J32 affixed; 1950 legal sized incoming to NY City from Venezuela with E16; 1900 covers (2) with E5 and unusual auxiliary markings; E17 single franking on "Diplomatic Mail/ Free" mail from Dominican Rep to Washington DC; two unfranked special delivery uses from War Dept(1952) or Secy of Interior addressed to the President; usual mixed condition with some typical postal wear; Fine group for the special delivery specialist

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250

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:09 AM
4089 THE ARCHIVE OF CIVIL WAR SURGEON DR. H.S. TURRILL. 26 covers with enclosures covering the period 1874/1900 addressed to him or some of the earlier to his future wife, also includes couple of the wedding invitations and the marriage certificate plus the 1875 orders from the Surgeon General's office making his appt as "Assistant Surgeon, US Army" permanent; the enclosed letters include the typical love letters to his fiancé, several genealogy letters (he was the great-grandson of one of the founders of Milford, Conn.) and a couple of letters from soldiers he saved during the Civil War, the letters follow his travels during the period incl Fort Riley, Kansas, Willet's Point and Sacketts Harbor, NY; typical frankings and postmarks of the period with the envelope postal wear/ opening faults to varying degrees with the enclosures in Very Fine condition, a Fine and fascinating look at an Army Surgeon's life in the latter part of the 19th centuryrnDr Henry S Turrill (1842-1907), upon completion of study at Yale Medical School, was appointed Assistant Surgeon of the 17th Connecticut Volunteers and immediately saw service at Fort Sumter and Charleston, S.C., seeing action in three battles in S.C. and Florida. While caring for wounded, he was captured and held for seven months at Confederate prisons in Macon, Savannah, and Charleston. After his exchange in October 1864, he returned to his regiment in Florida and saw additional action. He was the Health Officer in Jacksonville and in command of the General Hospital there until July of 1865. He returned to Connecticut with his regiment and mustered out of the service in August. He joined the "regular Army" in 1870 and was stationed out west, being involved in eight battles with the Native Americans. He rose through the ranks over the following years and in 1900 was ordered to the Philippines as Chief Surgeon of the Department of Visayas. He was made Lt Colonel and Deputy Surgeon-General, US Army in June of 1902 and given charge of purchases and disbursement of the Medical Dept of the Army and the Sanitary Dept of the Isthmian Canal Commission. He was promoted to Brig General in March 1906, the day before his retirement.

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250

SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:10 AM
4090 WASHINGTON-FRANKLIN ISSUES ON COVER COLLECTION, 1910/36, about 177 covers/cards, all sleeved and mostly priced, includes many attractive and unusual uses incl registry/ special delivery, foreign destinations (Germany, Norway, Australia, etc), coils include couple line pairs, imperf pairs, strips, attractive group of later rotary issues, etc., generally F-VF, owner estimated catalogue value $1,200.

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200

SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:11 AM
4091 THE PANCHO VILLA BORDER WAR OF 1916, about 90 covers/cards with cancelled at various border towns used as mail depots for the soldiers, many colorful cards, flag cancels, auxiliary markings, etc., includes photocopy research articles, overall F-VF, great lot for expansion; on 3/9/16 Pancho Villa raided Columbus, N.M. burning several buildings, killing 9 civilians and 8 U.S. Soldiers from Camp Furlong; in response President Wilson sent a military expedition under Gen. Pershing to capture or kill Villa.

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200

SOLD for $850.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:11 AM
4092 FROM THE EDWARD S. KNAPP COLLECTION, 12 early covers, mostly stampless with various "Steam" or "Steamboat" handstamps on fls's, also includes 3c (11), 15c (77), , one with small lot number attached (#728), mixed condition, overall F-VF.

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200

SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:12 AM
4093 POSTAL CARD USED ACCUMULATION. few hundred in medium box, nothing recent, mostly late-1800s to mid-1900s, some with additional adhesives with overseas destinations, some preprinted, cancels and postmarks, interesting group, generally F-VF

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200

SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:12 AM
4094 ECLECTIC COVERS ASSORTMENT. approx 55 mostly pre-1930s covers, cards, stationery etc. and including 1916 censored ppc to Russia, 6c banknote to Germany, 1880 Detroit to France with 1c (2), 3c Banknotes, UX6 1895 to Prague, 113 cover Hartford to Pennsylvania, 158+161 registered , 330 Boston to Germany, 221 on 2c envelope to Chile, 281 to Sweden, 302 on pcd to Grand Canary, 288 single franking to Paris, 304 on 2 panel Salt Lake City pcd to Budapest (stamp used as seal and torn), 319 on pcd to New Zealand, 319 on Brooklyn Bridge pcd to Prague, 323 on St Louis Fair pcd with fair cancel to Germany, 399 single franking to Germany, 268+291 on 2c envelope to Helsinki, 302 on 2c envelope to Prague, 213 single franking to England with British due markings, 216 single franking to Italy, 333 on 2c envelope to Cairo, U330 to Rio de Janeiro, U395 to St Petersburg Russia with due markings, etc. typical very mixed condition, VG-VF, bonus items picture postcard signed by hockey legend Maurice Richard and another hockey card signed by several incl Craig Patrick

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150

SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:13 AM
4095 1866-1922 COVER SELECTION, nine different covers/cards, includes several trans-atlantics and registered, one 2c entire "turned", better or unusual include: 3c entire used to Germany (short paid); 2c Grant letter sheet to Germany, additionally franked with 1c (219) and 2c (220); etc., expect usual cover flaws/faults, still useful and ecclectic, Fine group

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150

SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:14 AM
4096 OFFICIAL BUSINESS COVER COLLECTION. ten, mostly legal sized covers with printed penalty notice, circa 1891-1934, all uprated to pay registration or to pay UPU rate to foreign destinations, includes eight from Dept of Interior, one from Dept of Justice, one from Dept of State to the Delegation in Montivideo, frankings include: 10c (226), 8c (236), F1 (2), etc., expect few small cover flaws/faults, otherwise F-VF.

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150

SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:14 AM
4097 19th-20th CENTURY US COVER CONSIGNOR BALANCE. few hundred covers, circa 1850-1980, several groups include: about 50 Penalty covers, circa 1880-1970's; about 37 covers, mostly circa 1930's-40's, all with plate number singles or blocks; about 150 WWII APO NPO covers in need of research; about 50 Free Franks, many auto pen from 1970's/90's but include some early 19th century, include several New York, N.Y "Free" CDS's, also includes about $123 Face booklets, circa 1970's-80's, etc., generally Fine or better.

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150

SOLD for $275.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:15 AM
4098 POSTAL HISTORY and POSTAL STATIONERY GROUP. approx 70 primarily pre-1940s (good number 19th century) assortment noting few stampless, machine cancels, air mail and special delivery, few 3c 1869s, #63 on patriotic, #63, 65 carrier rate cover from Philadelphia (PF cert, 3c stamp torn), Banknotes incl 2c grill, 15L13 single franking, 3c War Dept envelopes (3), etc. plus 15 mint postal stationery envelope albinos, overinks and "misprints" and stock sheet of Confederate States facsimiles, very mixed condition, VG-VF, inspection a must

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150

SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:17 AM
4099 1914 OCCUPATION OF VERA CRUZ 26 covers/cards with various appropriate machine or duplex cancels, includes several with dated ship cancels from various ships participating in occupation and siege, note unusual Vera Cruz '"roller" cancel, ships include: USS Connecticut, USS Delaware, USS Florida, USS Georgia, USS Kansas, USS Nebraska, USS New York, USS North Dakota, USS S. Carolina, USS Vermont, many attractive pictorial cards, generally F-VF, attractive specialized group.

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150

SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:17 AM
4100 AIRMAIL and FLIGHT COVERS ASSORTMENT. 9 covers 1918/85; includes 1918 airmail NY to Detroit with C2; 3 legal-size (U390) 1927 1st flights serviced by Hammelman and each franked with 498e pos D with plate number; 1933 Century of Progress Zepp cover with C18 cancelled in NY City on day of issue; 1941 air mail with C22 cancelled by USS Langley duplex (USA's 1st aircraft carrier; Cavite PI return address); 1958 registered special delivery to Austria with 40c, 50c Liberty charged postage due and with typed message indicating the envelope contains "funds for assistance to political persecuted people who are not resident abroad" (couple Star of David handstamps); 1984 airmail special delivery to England with 1610 pair plus 15c Holmes pair, 20c Flag; 1985 registered special delivery to Argentina with 1610 strip of three + others front and back side; Fine and unusual group

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150

SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction before Aug-06, 11:18 AM

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