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United States "Back of the Book" Stamps and Postal History continued...

Postal Stationery Entires and Wrappers continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2041 U522/U580, 1926/78 Postal Stationery Envelopes, several hundred entires, appears to be mostly on the common side (plenty of retail values $1-10), freaks and oddities throughout, ideal for the specialist 50

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:27 AM
2042 U581/659, 1978/2002 Postal Stationery Envelopes, several hundred entires, mix of mint and used, replete with varieties, note some better including U611a (red omitted) in size 12 and 23, ideal for the modern stationery specialist 50

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:28 AM
2043 1920s/2000s Postal Stationery Envelope Balance, approximately 300 envelopes ranging from about 2726/3960, some better including 3268 (3), 1950s envelopes with partial or overinked surcharges, 3571 wmk 48A (purportedly unique), and much more, plenty of freaks and oddities, many retail prices from $1-20 each, mix of mint and used throughout, a fascinating lot for the specialist 100

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:28 AM
2044 Postal Stationery Envelopes Collection Balance, the balance of the Joe Pryluck collection, includes a box with U436/445, several hundred surcharged envelopes (almost all 2867, 2946, and 2960), a small collection of airmail envelopes, and more, ideal for the specialist 50

SOLD for $80.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:29 AM
2045 Postal Card Collection Balance, several hundred cards including many better mostly in the surcharge era, we count about 30 items with retail prices above $30 (up to $100), note (mint unless otherwise noted): S44-9 (2), S44-14 (2), S44-16, S44-35, S44-38, S44-44, S45-11b, S45-11f, S45-16f, S45-23, S45-32, S45-36d (2), S45-37b, S45-37f, S45-42f, S47-1 used (2), S47-2 used (3), and S57f, an exceptional and irreplicable lot for the specialist 300

SOLD for $700.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:30 AM
2046 Postal Card, Airmail, Specimen, Official, and Possessions Collection Balance, box with several hundred entire, some specimens present, bulk of value seems to be in the postal card surcharges (with many retail prices of $20-60), nice selection of official envelopes, little bit of Hawaii, Philippines, and UN, a veritable treasure trove for the specialist or dealer 400

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:31 AM
Postal Cards
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2051 imageFL-Mia, "Sec 34.65(e), PL&R" on UX27 (UPSS S37E), 1941/52 2c Green, 1958 (silent) rubber stamped precancel on card with notice of a meeting to nominate officers of the Miami Typographical Union, Very Fine. a "silent" precancel does not indicate a city or state of mailing, this is the only card reported from this mailingrnNon-profit bulk retained the 1c charge until July 1, 1960. mail As of July 1, 1952, such mail was labeled "Sec 34.65(e), PL&R". On July 1, 1954 this was changed to "39CFR 34.65(e)" and on Dec. 21, 1954 simply as "Non Profit Org", This card, despite its 1958 mailing date, retained the outdated 1952 version. (Image 1) 200

SOLD for $230.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:32 AM
2052 imageIL-Lit, "Precancelled/ Litchfield, Ill./ Sec. 35.5 P.L.& R." on UX 27 (UPSS S37E0, 1941/52 1c Green on buff, 1948/51 printed precancel on unaddressed card, printed ad for "Oil in Glass" displays for service stations, Very Fine and choice, pictured in "Precanceled Postal Cards 1874-1961" on pg 25rnSec. 35.5 of the P.L.& R. was amended in 1948. The magazine referred to in the ad on the back, "Super Service Station" began in 1945 and was published until 1982. Thus, this card would have been used between 1948 and the end of 1951 when the postal card rate was changed to 2c. (Image 1) 75

SOLD for $75.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:33 AM
2053 imageIL-Mas, Mason City, Ill on UY7 (UPSS MR14), 1915 1c+1c Green on cream, printed precancel on the message card promoting the corn seed catalog of the G.D. Sutton Co, reply card with a printed address and "fill-out" form on the back side, paper clip impression and rust marks at bottom of each card, message car with a bit of aging along the sides, still Very Fine and an extremely rare intact message/ reply card (Image 1) 600

SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:33 AM
2054 imageIN-She3, Shelbyville Indiana on UY17m (UPSS M27), 1958 3c Purple on buff, printed precancel on message card advertising a special sale on Carney Chicks ($10/100), fresh and Very Fine (Image 1) 75

SOLD for $120.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:34 AM
2055 imageME-Sol3, So. Lewiston Me on UX9 (UPSS S8), 1886 1c Black on buff, 1889 printed precancel on card with notice from the "Patrons' Mutual Aid Society of Maine" assessing a $1 fee for the passing of one of the members, trivial bit of aging, Very Fine and rare; South Lewiston employed several styles of precancels with this one, showing the town name centered between six horizontal lines, being especially scarce (Image 1) 350

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:35 AM
2056 imageME-Sol5, South Lewiston Maine on UX9 (UPSS S8), 1886 1c Black on buff, 1890 rubber stamped precancel on card with notice from the "Patrons' Mutual Aid Society of Maine" assessing a $1 fee for the passing of one of the members, Very Fine; this is the only rubber stamped precancel of So. Lewiston known with "Maine" spelled outrnSouth Lewiston's postmaster at the time, H.W. Knowles, was also a printer by trade and thus rubber stamped precancels from this office come as a bit of a surprise. (Image 1) 75

SOLD for $140.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:35 AM
2057 imageME-Sol7, So Lewiston Me Nov 21 1891 on UX9 (UPSS S8), 1886 1c Black on buff, printed precancel on card with notice from the "Patrons' Mutual Aid Society of Maine" assessing a $2 fee for the passing of three of the members, Very FinernThe membership of the society from 1889/91 (the time range of the previous three lots) fluctuated between 703 to 766 giving an idea of the total number of cards produced and sent out. The number saved is considerably smaller. (Image 1) 75

SOLD for $180.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:36 AM
2058 image"1c Additional Postage Paid at Grand Rapids, Mi." revaluation imprint on UX72 and with printed ad for a men's store sale on back, tiny tone spot top edge, still Very Fine and the only example recorded (Image 1)

SOLD for $190.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:37 AM
2059 imageNE-Dan, Danbury, Nebr on UY13r (UPSS R22), 1951 2c Carmine on buff, printed precancel on reply card, printed message on back announcing a furniture auction, some staple holes along the bottom edge, Very Fine and scarce (Image 1) 75

SOLD for $110.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:37 AM
2060 imageNY-Del3, Delevan NY on UX27 (UPSS S37), 1915 1c Green on cream, printed precancel in all caps on unaddressed card with ads front and back for the :Empire Type Foundry" with the back side message concerning newsprint prices, Very Fine and choice, the Empire Type Foundry used more than one type of precanceled advertising card with this being the only recorded example with "DELEVAN" in all caps (Image 1) 200

SOLD for $210.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:38 AM
2061 imageNY-Ear2, Earlville, NY on UY7r (UPSS R14), 1915 1c Green on cream, 1951 printed precancel on reply card, back side with ad for "Sherburne Rendering Works" (a "Knacker") with a printed image in line for its offering of "$1 for dead horses and cows if called the same day animal dies" and offering more for old or disabled horses, some light moisture staining, one pass of the press would print the address (and precancel) on one side of the card and the message on the other; just five examples of this card knownrn"Knacker" is an English term for a buyer of worn-out domestic animals or their carcasses for use especially as animal food or fertilizer. The date of use is inferred from an advertisement placed by the Shelburne Rendering Works in the Syracuse Herald Journal issue of Jan 13 1952. (Image 1) 75

SOLD for $75.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:38 AM
2062 imageNY-Fli, Flint Mich Bulk Rate on UX38 (UPSS S54A0, 1951 2c Carmine on buff, 1953 printed precancel on card with message announcing extension of a sale at "Greenley's Corunna Road Store" due to inclement weather, Very Fine and choice, per regulations, precanceled mail was, by definition, bulk rate, making the "Bulk Rate" portion of the precancel unnecessary. rnThe addressee, Emil Jahnke, was life member 41 of the Precancel Stamp Society. (Image 1) 75

SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:39 AM
2063 imageNY-Rid2, Ridge, N.Y. on UY13r (UPSS R22), 1951 2c Carmine on buff, printed precancel on reply card, back side with printed ad for "Brookhaven Lumber Corp" of Ridge NY, fresh and Very Fine, note the " ' " instead of a " , " after the town name in the precancel, only three examples of this card are known rn (Image 1) 150

SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:40 AM
2064 imageNY-Ton, Tonawanda New York Permit No 1 on UY7m (UPSS M14), 1915 1c Green on cream, printed permit precancel with promotional ad for the Kardex system for inventory control, thin line of discoloration near address, still Very Fine and scarce (Image 1) 60

SOLD for $85.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-14, 10:41 AM

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