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The Alan Parsons Collection of United States Coil Issues continued...

1914-1915 Washington-Franklin Issue, SL Watermark, Perf.10 continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2481     459 image1914, 2¢ carmine, S.L. watermark, imperf horizontal coil. A fresh mint strip of 4, still attached to an inverted Bureau-printed paper end-leader strip from a roll of 500, o.g., never hinged; position 1 with small tear at bottom, position 2 a diagonal crease, positions 3 & 4 light fingerprints - all noted on the accompanying certificate, otherwise Very Fine, with 2014 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. 459; $1,750 for two n.h. pairs. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 459]

Scott $1,750 for two n.h. pairs

Selling for...$350.00
Will close during Public Auction
1916-1919 Washington-Franklin Issue, Unwatermarked, Perf. 10
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2482 o    481 var. image1916, 1¢ green, unwatermarked, "Boy Scout" coil. "New York, N.Y." precancel as always, wide margins; lightly toned, Fine and very rare, with 2001 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. 481 var.; Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.

This stamp was used by the Boy Scouts of America executive council for a mailing in 1922. The stamps are from the 1916 issue and were probably from an imperforate sheet privately perforated 14, rolled and applied by an unknown machine.
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Est. $1,000-1,500
Selling for...$550.00
Will close during Public Auction
2483     491 image1916, 2¢ carmine, type II, unwatermarked, horizontal rotary press coil. Two pairs and single, used with 2¢ rose (499), all tied by multiple strikes of "Lansing, Mich. Jun 23, 1917" duplex on special delivery cover to Detroit, Mich., purple "Special Delivery" straightline, Jun. 24th arrival backstamp; coils lifted and hinged in place to check watermark, right coil with tear and crease, pairs with s.e. at right, a Very Fine use, ex-Siskin, with 1966 and 2000 P.F. certificates.
Scott No. 491; $8,300+; Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.

A GREAT COIL RARITY OF THE 2¢ TYPE II HORIZONTAL ROTARY PRESS COILS USED ON COVER. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 491]

Scott $8,300+
Est. $2,000-3,000

Selling for...$950.00
Will close during Public Auction
2484     491 image1916, 2¢ carmine, type II, unwatermarked, horizontal rotary press coil. Tied by New York machine cancel, Dec 23, 1918, on a New Years Greetings postcard to Columbus, Nebr.; stamp removed and hinged in place., Very Fine, a scarce war rate postcard usage., with 1988 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. 491; $1,100. (Image1)

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Scott $1,100

Selling for...$190.00
Will close during Public Auction
2485     491 image1916, 2¢ carmine, type II, unwatermarked, horizontal rotary press coil. Very fine single tied by Milwaukee "Wisconsin Products Exposition" slogan cancel, Oct 20, 1922, on a yellow cover with a fancy corner card of the "Russia Fur & Tanning Co.", Milwaukee, to Edella Pa.; roughly opened at top with additional edge tears at bottom, otherwise Fine.
Scott No. 491; $1,100. (Image1)

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Scott $1,100

Selling for...$120.00
Will close during Public Auction
2486     493 image1917, 3¢ violet, type I, unwatermarked, horizontal rotary press coil. Tied by bold "Toledo, Ohio, Nov 2, 1917" wavy machine cancel on Harnit & Hewitt Co. cigar dealer window cover without address; reduced at right, otherwise Very Fine, The Earliest Known Usage of 1917 3¢ Type I Horizontal Coil Used on the First Day of the 3¢ War Tax Rate.
Scott No. 493; Estimate $200 - 300. (Image1)

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Est. $200-300
Selling for...$90.00
Will close during Public Auction
2487     494 image1918, 3¢ violet, type II, unwatermarked, horizontal rotary press coil. Tied by Brooklyn, N.Y. slogan cancel, Apr 16, 1918, the earliest documented use, on a window envelope with a Charles William Stores corner card; small cover crease in upper right corner the stamp, otherwise Very Fine.
Scott No. 494; Estimate $300 - 400. (Image1)

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Est. $300-400
Selling for...$140.00
Will close during Public Auction
2488     496 image1919, 5¢ blue, unwatermarked, horizontal rotary press coil. Tied by "New York, N.Y., Hudson Term., Apr 15, 1919" machine postmark on Chas. Stork & Co. corner card cover to Copenhagen, Denmark, censor label and receiving backstamp, Very Fine, the earliest documented usage of the 1919 5¢ horizontal rotary press coil, ex-Berkun, with 2004 A.P.S. certificate.
Scott No. 496; Estimate $400 - 600. (Image1)

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Est. $400-600
Selling for...$190.00
Will close during Public Auction
1923-39 Coil Issues
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2489     599 image1923, 2¢ Washington, type I, horizontal rotary press coil. Single, underpaying the 5¢ rate by 3¢ on an Aug 1931 cover from Lancaster, Cal. to Canton, China; "T Seattle/ 30 Centimes" opera glass and red Chinese "TAX 30 (manuscript) cts." handstamps with three 3¢ Postage Dues (J56) tied by Canton cds's, Very Fine.
Scott No. 599; Estimate $150 - 200.

The 3¢ underpayment was doubled to 6¢ of 30 centimes, the Chinese Cents de Piaster being equivalent to Centimes.
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Est. $150-200
Selling for...$70.00
Will close during Public Auction
2490     599b image1923, 2¢ Washington, type I, carmine lake color, horizontal rotary press coil. Guide line pair with 20% plate #193??? o.g., never hinged, Fine and rare, with 2007 P.S.E. certificate noting a "tiny internal paper tear", which appears to be a natural production flaw.
Scott No. 599b; $950+. (Image1)

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Scott $950+

Selling for...$350.00
Will close during Public Auction
2491     599A image1929, 2¢ Washington, type II, horizontal rotary press coil. Guide line strip of 5 & plain strip of 5 canceled with mute double ovals on a registered cover (window envelope) from Los Angeles on May 5, 1930; apparently originally addressed locally then redirected to San Francisco, then to Madison, Wis., and, finally, returned to sender with a final Los Angeles backstamp on May 26 and numerous intermediate handstamps; slight tear in glassine "window", otherwise Very Fine, ex-Griffith.
Scott No. 599A; Estimate $400 - 600.

A rare usage of the 2¢ type II coil — Scott prices the used off-cover line pair at $400.
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Est. $400-600
Selling for...$190.00
Will close during Public Auction
2492     599A image1929, 2¢ Washington, type II, horizontal rotary press coil, joint line strip of six. With line between fourth and fifth stamp, tied by "Chicago, Ill., Jackson Park Sta., Jul 3, 1929" duplex postmarks on special delivery cover to Marion, Ohio, violet auxiliary handstamps and receiving backstamps, Very Fine, a rare type II line strip paying postage plus the 10¢ special delivery fee.
Scott No. 599A; Estimate $300 - 400. (Image1)

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Est. $300-400
Selling for...$140.00
Will close during Public Auction
2493     599A, 599 image1929, 2¢ Washington, types I & II, horizontal rotary press coil. Line strip of 4 showing partial plate no. above third (type II) stamp, o.g., never hinged, deep color, Fine.
Scott No. 599A, 599; $1,590. (Image1)

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Scott $1,590

Selling for...$170.00
Will close during Public Auction
2494     602 image1924, 5¢ Roosevelt, horizontal rotary press coil. three singles tied by a New York machine cancel, Mar 29, 1930, on a damaged-in-handling Special Delivery cover from New York to Updala, Sweden, also bearing a "U.S. Ger. Sea Post, S.S. Geo. Washington" duplex handstamp of the same date on reverse; front bears handstamp "Received in Damaged Condition", and the back bears two Official Seals saying basically the same thing in German, "Der Seepost Hamburg-New York in beschädigtem Zustande zugegangen, daher amtlich verschlossen" with the addition of "officially sealed"; that being said, the only damage we see is that the right-most stamp is chipped, otherwise Very Fine.
Scott No. 602; Estimate $300 - 400.

An exceedingly rare Post Office Seal that is unlisted in Robert Gordon's
The U.S. Trans-Atlantic Sea Post (1921-1939. (Image1)

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Est. $300-400
Selling for...$140.00
Will close during Public Auction
2495     606a image1923, 2¢ Washington, carmine lake color, vertical rotary press coil. An exceptional guide line pair, o.g., never hinged, fresh and well centered, Very Fine, with 2006 P.S.E. certificate Graded (VF 80).
Scott No. 606a; $775. (Image1)

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Scott $775

Selling for...$240.00
Will close during Public Auction
2496     656 image1929, 2¢ Edison, rotary press coil. Horizontal line pair, o.g., never hinged, perfectly centered amid beautifully balanced margins, strong bold color, Superb, one of seven line pairs to receive this grade with only one graded higher (a 100), with 2007 P.S.E. certificate Graded (Superb 98, SMQ $900).
Scott No. 656; $110. (Image1)

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Scott $110

Selling for...$180.00
Will close during Public Auction
2497     656 image1929, 2¢ Edison, rotary press coil, guide line strip of five. Tied by "Brisbane, Queensland, Feb 17, 30" cds's paying the special delivery rate on incoming 5¢ airmail entire to St. Louis, Mo., in combination with Australia 3d green + 1½d red tied by Brisbane slogan machine postmark, various transit backstamps, Very Fine.
Scott No. 656; Estimate $200 - 300. (Image1)

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Est. $200-300
Selling for...$90.00
Will close during Public Auction
2498     847 image1939, 10¢ Tyler, horizontal coil. Used with a single 4¢ Franklin coil (843), tied by Cleveland, O. duplexes, May 13, 1944, on an Airmail cover to A.P.O. 913, San Francisco, and redirected (on reverse) to Columbus, O., 13th Air force Headquarters, with a partial May 19 A.P.O. backstamp and final "May 24" pencil docketing on front; somewhat wrinkled from thick contents (not present), F.-V.F.
Scott No. 847; Estimate $400 - 600.

AN EXCEEDINGLY RARE PREXIE RATE COVER.

A rare example of a temporary Wartime rate of 6¢ per half ounce to or from military postal facilities outside the continental U.S., in effect from Dec 25, 1941 until Sep 30, 1946.
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Est. $400-600
Selling for...$190.00
Will close during Public Auction
2499     847 image1939, 10¢ Tyler, horizontal coil. Tied by Jamaica, N.Y. International Airport Sta. machine cancel, May 5, 1961, on picture postcard to Holland, Very Fine.
Scott No. 847; $2,500.

A rare usage of the 10¢ Prexie paying the correct 10¢ Airmail postal card rate to Europe effective until June 30th 1961.
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Scott $2,500

Selling for...$475.00
Will close during Public Auction
2500     851 var. image1939, 3¢ Jefferson, vertical coil, on thin translucent paper. Line strip of 4, o.g., never hinged, bright and fresh, F.-V.F., a very scarce paper variety, with 2008 P.S.E. certificate.
Scott No. 851 var.; $750 for line pair. (Image1)

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Scott $750 for line pair

Selling for...$150.00
Will close during Public Auction

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