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James T. McCusker, Inc. Sale - 375

First Day Covers

Commemorative and Regular Issue (#1 to date)
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
1 c image210 2c Washington tied by First Day October 1, 1883 New York, NY. hand cancel with Trenton, NJ. October 1, 6:00 PM back stamp. Cover has a few tears and insignificant tiny piece missing from opened top. The American Mail and Export Journal Corner card printed in black, Scott catalog value $2,000. (Image)

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Est. $250-400

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
2 c image231 2c Columbian tied by Boston, MA. January 2, 1893 11:30 P.M. FIRST DAY machine cancel. Neatly opened at top with January 3rd backstamp, exceptionally clean for this 125+ year old First Day. (Image)

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Est. $1,500-2,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
3 c image285 1c TRANS-MISSISSIPPI FIRST DAY COVER tied by Washington D.C. June 17, 1898 slogan machine cancel. A fantastic First Day Cover paying the appropriate printed matter rate with C.A. SNOW & CO. corner card. Mailed to Helena Montana with June 21, '98 Helena backstamp. A few minor faults to stamps as it was applied to close to edge of the cover. Less than 7 known to exist and quiet rare. Scott catalog value $12,500.00. (Image)

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Est. $4,500-6,000

CLOSED
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4 c image286 2c TRANS-MISSISSIPPI FIRST DAY COVER tied by Washington D.C. June 17, 1898 8:30 PM machine cancel. Mailed to Myerstown, PA with Harrisburg, PA. transit backstamp June 18, 1898. Slightly reduced at right with insignificant minor bends to front of cover only. Scott catalog value $8,000. (Image)

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Est. $4,500-6,000

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5 c image295 2c Pan American First Day Cover with single tied by May 1, 1901 Paterson, NJ machine cancel. James Inglis, Jr. corner card printed in black. Crisp and clean, a wonderful example of this popular series. Scott catalog value $2,750.00. (Image)

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Est. $1,000-1,500

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6 c image323 1c Louisiana Purchase single tied by RARE PREDATED April 29, 1904 St. Louis, MO. Expo machine cancel on card with foreign destination to Austria with "Saaz 11.5.04 strike on face of card". An outstanding classic cover and one of the most important of the commemorative FDCs/predates in any holding. The only predate for this value we have offered to any location. Only a few Predates exist for this issue of which this is the ONLY KNOWN WITH FOREIGN DESTINATION. Originally sold by us for $21,000.00 (plus 15%) in auction #206 in March of 2005. (EX: Martin) (Image)

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Est. $9,000-12,000

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7 c image367 2c Lincoln extaordinary block of twenty (20) on 5"x4" piece canceled Hoboken, NJ. February 12, 1909 First Day of Issue. One of THE largest known multiple of 367, nice exhibit item! (Image)

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Est. $250-400

SOLD for $160.00
Will close during Public Auction
8 c image370 2c Alaska-Yukon BISECT tied by First Day June 1, 1909 Seattle, WA. World's Fair Sta. machine cancel on reverse of multicolor greeting card "Birthday Greetings". One cent was the postage rate in 1909 and therfor the bisect pays the correct rate, thus, making this a very unusually franked First Day and a great exhibit piece, a must for the specialist! (Image)

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Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $950.00
Will close during Public Auction
9 c image370 2c Alaska pair and two singles on 2c entire tied by Great Falls, Mont. registry cancels. Three wax seals on revers for the registered use cover locally used and serviced by Wm S. Frary. Neatly Opened neatly at top, a scarce multiple. Scott catalog value value $3,000.00. (Image)

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Est. $1,200-1,500

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10 c image372 2c Hudson-Fulton single tied by RARE PRE-DATED September 24, 1909 Boston, MA. flag machine cancel. Addressed to Belmont, MA. and neatly opened at top. A scarce predate especially on cover rather than card. Brookman value $1,500.00. (Image)

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Est. $900-1,200

SOLD for $750.00
Will close during Public Auction
11 c image372 2c Hudson-Fulton First Day with single tied by Poughkeepsie, NY. machine cancel on reverse of R.L. Wells Valentine postcard, clean and fresh. (Image)

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Est. $400-500

SOLD for $225.00
Will close during Public Auction
12 c image372 2 c Hudson Planty #2c, single tied by First Day September 25, 1909 Providence RI machine cancel on beautiful post card of "Robert Fulton-1765 - 1815" as well as detailed listing of Fulton on address seide of card. This is the actual card used for illustration purposes in the Planty catalog, very clean and scarce. (Image)

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Est. $600-750

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13 c image372 2c Hudson single tied by PREDATED September 24, 1909 Boston, MA. hand cancel on Planty #6 magnificent multicolor post card "Hudson-Fulton Celebration 1909" of the Hudson Fulton Celebration. This is the actual card used for illustration in the Planty catalog, a seldom seen predate with great eye appeal, superb condition and a real gem! Originally sold by us in auction #206 for $2,300.00 (+15%), EX: Martin. (Image)

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Est. $1,500-2,000

CLOSED
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14 c image372 2c Hudson single tied by PREDATED September 24, 1909 Boston, MA. hand cancel on magnificent multicolor post card "Hudson-Fulton Celebration 1909 - Fulton in his Studio". A seldom seen predate with great eye appeal, superb condition and a real gem! Accompanied by an PF Certificate of Authenticity. (Image)

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Est. $1,500-2,000

CLOSED
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15 c image397 1c Panama-Pacific Exposition single tied by First Day January 1, 1913 Kutztown, PA. hand cancel. The picture side of the card depicts "KSNS East Campus In Winter", less than 15 First Days are said to exist for this issue, quite rare! (Image)

Get Market Data for [United States 397]

Est. $2,500-3,500

SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
16 c image526 2c George Washington BLOCK OF SIX tied by Washington DC. hand cancel on oversized cover and serviced by Hammelman. A RARE multipe of a scarce number. (Image)

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Est. $350-500

SOLD for $190.00
Will close during Public Auction
17 c image548-50 1c-5c Pilgrim Tercentenary, Complete set of three BLOCKS OF FOUR on one cover tied by Washington, DC. December 21, 1920 Washington, DC. hand cancel. Serviced by Hammelman and addressed to Seibold with appropriate backstamp December 21, 1920 for "Special Delivery". This is the first set (as blocks) on one cover we have seen, neatly opened at left and scarce! (Image)

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Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
18 c image549 2c Pilgrim Tercentenary tied by UNOFFICIAL Plymouth, MA. December 21, 1920 Plymouth, MA. Tercenttenary First Day machine cancel. One of only two recorded covers with this cancel and this one is accompanied by an AFDCS Certificate of Authenticity. The only example we have offered in over 40 years! (Image)

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Est. $1,200-1,500

SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction
19 c image549 2c Pilgrim Tercentenary tied by Washington, DC. machine cancel, neatly opened at left as is typical for these Hammelman serviced FDCs, addressed to Ludwig and pristine. (Image)

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Est. $250-300

SOLD for $120.00
Will close during Public Auction
20 c image551, 576, 617-19 1/2c Hale, 1 1/2c Harding, 1c-5c Lexington-Concord issue scarce combination First Day Cover. All 5 stamps were issued the same day April 4, 1925. Sent registered mail with two small tears at top, open at left. Only the 4th such combination we have handle with 2 past having sold for $725.00 in March of 1996 in our Dr. Baron Rarity Auction & $990.00 in auction #125 (05/99). (Image)

Get Market Data for [United States 551]

Est. $350-500

SOLD for $225.00
Will close during Public Auction

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