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US STAMPS continued...

1930 TO DATE continued...
LotNo. Symbol Catalog No. Lot Description Est.
81 unh 2766 image2766, 29¢ Joe Louis, SUPERB 98 NH, 2011 PSE graded certificate, SMQ (Image)

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$65

SOLD for $28.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)

LITERATURE

LITERATURE
LotNo. Symbol Catalog No. Lot Description Est.
82 - General Mills 1945 Public imageGeneral Mills 1945 Public, "War Album of Victory Battles", (12) page softcover booklet with (20) poster stamps stuck down on pages. Condition is excellent, has one small crease at lower part of the binding. Forward by Eddie Rickenbacher. In original mailer (Image)

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$45

SOLD for $40.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)
83 - Philatelic Journals circa imagePhilatelic Journals circa, Lot of (4), includes (2) "The Badger State Philatelist" dated Sept 1888 and Feb 1898; (1) "The Charleston Philatelist" dated Oct 1888 and (1) "The Chicago Philatelist" dated Sept 1893. Three are intact and generally in very good condition though the 1888 Badger State has stains on front cover. The Chicago Philatelist is loose pages having come apart. Really interesting ads and articles (Image)

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$50

SOLD for $48.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)

COVERS

COVERS
LotNo. Symbol Catalog No. Lot Description Est.
84 c 10A image10A, 3¢ Deep Orange Brown, 1 2/3 mgns, tied to back-advertising cover with New York cds cancel address to Stockbridge, Mass. Back flap with embossed square cut corner rectangle (octagonal) containing an open book, hands holding a quill pen and rays of light and reads "NEW YORK/INSTITUTION/FOR THE/DEAF & DUMB". In the books pages, "THE/DEAF/HEAR/THE/DUMB/SPEAK". The stamp has extremely deep color and the cover very clean and fresh! Cat($185) (Image)

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$200

SOLD for $95.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)
85 c 26 image26, 3¢ Deep Claret, VF-XF, short perforation at L, tied to small cover with GREEN "TAUNTON Ms./FEB/4" cds cancel, very rare! From William H. Reynolds to a probable relative David L. Gates in Norton, Mass. with one page letter inside Cat($176) (Image)

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$150

SOLD for $95.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)
86 c 26 image26, 3¢ Dull Red, Avg, SE at L with minor faults; tied to amber cover with VIOLET circular grid cancel (very scarce!). Cover also with "WINCHENDON/Mas./MAR/21" VIOLET cds cancel at LL, addressed to "Miss Amelia P. Alger/Framingham Center/Mass. Cat($111) (Image)

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$80

SOLD for $60.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)
87 c 65 image65, 3¢ Rose, Lot of (3) Commercial covers (1862-64), (2) F-VF and (1) Just Fine, includes Orange, Amber and Yellow envelopes, (2) opened neatly and (1) roughly opened at right and bottom. Manuscript cancel on (2) and cork cancel on (1) with Town cds LL. Interesting group (Image)

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$20

SOLD for $22.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)
88 c 185, 188 image185, 188, 5¢ Blue and 10¢ Brown on Texas 1881 Court Cover, both Fine, "WHITESBORO/TEX./JAN/22" cds cancel to Waxahachie, TX District Court docketing for the case of Leon and N. Blum vs. William Jolesch. Mustard-colored legal-sized cover (Image)

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$75

Available for $32.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)
89 c 267a image267a, 2¢ Pink, Ty IV on DPO Cover, VF with SE at bottom and left, tied to cover with 4-ring target cancel. Also with "CLIP/TEX./JUL/9/1898" cds cancel. Addressed to "Mrs. Mavis Marberry/New Concord/Calloway Co./Ky." The cover is opened roughly at R with some minor toning and backstamped July 12 in New Concord. The Clip, TX Post Office was established March 8, 1898 and discontinued July 15, 1898, which was only three months and one week. Clip, TX was about halfway between Goliad, TX and Berclair, TX, somewhere around where Clip Rd is east of Highway 59. A very scarce "Dead Post Office" (DPO) cancel (Image)

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$50

SOLD for $30.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)
90 c 735 image735, 3¢ Byrd Antarctic Expedition Souvenir Sheet of 6 on cover, VF with 6th day cancel from the National Stamp Exhibition with 2/15/34 cancel (Image)

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$15

SOLD for $32.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)
91 c 742, 1094 image742, 1094, Mt. Rainier and 1957 Flag on two separate Pony Express Event covers, F-VF on address covers, no. 742 on 75th Annviersary commemoration and no. 1094 on the centennial celebration. The 75th Anniversary is postmark "SAINT JOSEPH, MO./APR3/5-30PM/1935". Cachet by Bernstein and Arnold and reverse has rubber stamps for Louis Bernstein and Nat Arnold who sponsored this anniversary issue. Also has receiving postmark "HAMILTON, OHIO/APR/4/7-30PM/16/RECEIVED". Second is postmark "SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF/APR3/4-PM/1960." Cachet by "SAN FRANCISCO PONY EXPRESS CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE". (Image)

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$25

SOLD for $24.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)
92 c 807 image807, 3¢ Lgt Violet on 1949 Event Cover, F-VF, typed addr, tied to cvr w/cds pmk "BIG SPRING, TEX./OCT5/9-PM/1949." Corner card has typed "RAY A ALBAUGH/BIG SPRING CENTENNIAL ASSOCIATION/P.O. Box 1391/BIG SPRING, TEXAS." Official pictorial cachet for "BIG SPRING/1849/OCTOBER 2-8/1949" w/the Big Spring, Longhorn, cotton and other commercial sympbols. Cover inscribed on front at btm "FEATURING THE CENTURAMA" OCTOBER 2-8, 1949/"WEST TEXAS' GREATEST SPECTACLE IN ONE HUNDRED YEARS". Good condition though roughly opened at L, content is a share certificate for "1" SHARE OF THE "BIG SPRING CENTENNIAL ASSOCIATION". Interesting Texas history (Image)

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$10

SOLD for $8.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)
93 c 995 image995, 3¢ Boy Scout Issue on event postcard, VF, script addr, w/a special purple rubber stamp cachet by USPO, Santa Fe Railway and the Boy Scouts honoring Cub Scouts in their study of "The Mail Goes Through". Stamp tied to card by cds pmk "HOUSTON TEX. TERM./4-PM/SEP27/1950/R.P.O." Reverse has pictorials and printed message from Houston Postmaster Granville Elder. Nice scouting, train, RPO & Santa Fe R.R. collateral material (Image)

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$10

SOLD for $12.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)
94 c C2 imageC2, 16¢ Grn, VF, tied to cnr card advertising no. 10 cover w/a "AIR MAIL SERVICE WASH. N.Y. PHILA/WASHINGTON/JUL/15/1918" cds ccl. This was the first day of the new 16¢ air mail postage rate. Corner advertising "Aero Club of America/297 Madison Avenue/New York City." Enclosed letter from the famous and notorious Henry Woodhouse thanking John H. Hammond, Jr."...for the wonderful work which you have done for the building of our Air Forces." AAMC cat. no. RC-3 Cat($800) (Image)

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$800

Available for $240.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)
95 c C33 imageC33, 5¢ Carmine on First Flight Cover for Trans Texas Airways, typed address, cachet "FIRST/FLIGHT" rubber stamp in blue under TTA corner crease, postmark cds "FORT WORTH/OCT11/9-30AM/1947/TEXAS". No. 10 cover in excellent condition neatly opened at top (Image)

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$20

SOLD for $6.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)
96 c E10 imageE10, 3¢ Purple and 10¢ Special Delivery on cover, F-VF and franked with no. 502 VF, both with pre-posted tear and both tied to cover with San Antonio, TX Dec. 20, 1917 duplex machine cancel. Also with red straightline "FEE CLAIMED BY OFFICE/OF FIRST ADDRESS" hand signed and with Austin, TX Dec. 21, 1917 backstamp. Also, with 8-page letter inside Cat($200) (Image)

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$150

Available for $65.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)
97 c U611, UX121 U611, UX121, USPS Bicentennial Inauguration Memento of GHW Bush and Dan Quayle, VF, unaddressed, no cachet, (4) covers with postmarks pertinent to Bush and (2) covers with postmarks pertinent to Quayle and one postcard with Washington, DC inauguration cancel. In original envelope Cat($24)

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$20

SOLD for $6.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)
98 c Group of (5) Airmail Rela imageGroup of (5) Airmail Rela, Special Event Covers, various franking, includes 1) Second Annual Southern Air Meet in Tampa Fla, with C11, 2) Cape May, NJ Airport Dedication with C11, 3) Muskegon, Mich. Airport Dedication with no. 637; 4) 20th Anniversary of Altoona, PA. Chamber of Commerce on U533 with (2) no. 704; 5) East Chicago, Indiana 1938 National Air Mail Week with C23 Top PNS no. 21835 and Red and blue "TOP" (Image)

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$25

SOLD for $10.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)
99 c WWI Soldier's Mail, imageWWI Soldier's Mail,, Lot of (8) covers, from 1917-18 covering training camp to deployment of Major Birdsall P. Briscoe writing to his sister Adele Briscoe Looscan. Includes (3) from Camp Travis in Central Texas, (1) from New York City - Officer's Mail and self censored, (2) Officer's mail - self censored from MPES 726 and a couple others dated Nov 1918. No correspondence. Briscoe came to be a renowned Houston, Texas architect. Two others in same period. Covers in Fair condition, mostly roughly opened, couple stained (Image)

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$75

SOLD for $20.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)
100 c V-Mail APO 520 (Foggia, I V-Mail APO 520 (Foggia, I, Waco, Texas, pmk cds "U.S. POSTAL SERVICE/MAR9/3AM/1944/No.3", pencil note on front forwarding to Ft. Worth, Texas. Roughly opened leaving backflap torn. Receiving pmk on back cds "WACO, TEXAS/MAR11/11-AM/1944."

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$10

SOLD for $14.00
Closing..Aug-12, 02:00 PM (EST)

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