• Login (enter your user name) and Password
    Please Login. You are NOT Logged in.

  • To see new sales and other StampAuctionNetwork news in your Facebook newsfeed then Like us on Facebook!

Login to Use StampAuctionNetwork.
New Member? Click "Register".

StampAuctionNetwork Extended Features

StampAuctionNetwork Channels


 
You are not logged in. Please Login so that we can determine your registration status with this firm. If you have never registered, please register by pressing the [Quick Signup (New to StampAuctionNetwork)] button. Then Login.      Listen to Live Audio!
 

logo

The Alan Parsons Collection of United States First Day Covers continued...

1893-1920 Issues continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2681     295 image1901, 2¢ Pan-American. Well centered single tied by neat Philadelphia machine cancel, May 1, 1901, on a locally addressed Hughes & Müller corner card cover, Very Fine.
Scott No. 295; $2,750.

A LOVELY FIRST DAY COVER FROM THIS POPULAR ISSUE. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 295]

Scott $2,750

Selling for...$725.00
Will close during Public Auction
2682     367 image1909, 2¢ Lincoln. Bottom margin single, deep rich color, tied by "Marion, Ind., Feb 12, 1909" First Day of Issue flag machine postmark on fresh business return cover to Detroit, Mich., Very Fine.
Scott No. 367; $500. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 367]

Scott $500

Selling for...$70.00
Will close during Public Auction
2683     370 image1909, 2¢ Alaska-Yukon. Tied by clear Exposition Station First Day cancel, Jun 1, 1909, on an Exposition picture postcard picturing the "Agricultural Bldg. fro Entrance of Manufacturer's Bldg."; mailed locally, Very Fine.
Scott No. 370; $5,000.

A MARVELOUS EXAMPLE OF THIS RARE FIRST DAY COVER.

Message reads, "Opening day of the A.Y.P.E. grounds opened 830 military parade 9.30 - Official opening by Pres. Taft. pressed a gold key at Wash. D.C."
(Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 370]

Scott $5,000

Selling for...$1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
2684     372 image1909, 2¢ Hudson-Fulton. Wide margins, tied by "Lancaster Pa., Sep. 25, 09 12:30-AM" First Day of Issue machine cancel on beautiful "Fulton Souvenir" postcard to Safe Harbor, Pa. depicting Robert Fulton's birthplace that was the proposed location of a national monument, light receiving postmark, Very Fine.
Scott No. 372; $1,500. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 372]

Scott $1,500

Selling for...$170.00
Will close during Public Auction
2685     397 image1913, 1¢ Panama-Pacific, perf 12. Choice centering with natural straight edge at top, tied by clear "Red Bank, N.J. Jan 1, 1913" First Day of Issue duplex postmark on raised embossed New Year picture post card addressed to Phalanx N.J., Very Fine and rare, only twelve recorded First Day usages are recorded with six on card and six on cover, with 2007 P.S.E. and 2015 P.F. certificates.
Scott No. 397; $8,000.

A VERY RARE FIRST DAY OF ISSUE USAGE OF THE 1913 1¢ PANAMA-PACIFIC ISSUE. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [Panama 397]

Scott $8,000

Selling for...$1,350.00
Will close during Public Auction
2686     413 image1912, 2¢ carmine, S.L. watermark, horizontal coil. Well centered single, though most perforations trimmed away - possibly by an affixing device - tied by neat Indianapolis, Ind. machine cancel, April 16, 1912, earliest documented usage, on fancy corner card cover with illustration on the reverse of Dean Bros. Steam Pump Works; fresh and clean, Very Fine, ex-"Alpha", with 2001 PF certificate.
Scott No. 413; Estimate $1,000 - 1,500. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 413]

Est. $1,000-1,500
Selling for...$475.00
Will close during Public Auction
2687     483 image1917, 3¢ violet, type I, unwatermarked, imperf, earliest known usage. Full well balanced margins, tied by "New York, N.Y., Hudson Term. Sta. 7, Nov 8, 1917" machine postmark on Stanley Gibbons corner card cover to Detroit, Mich., Very Fine, the earliest known usage of the 1917 3¢ type I imperforate.
Scott No. 483; Estimate $300 - 400. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 483]

Est. $300-400
Selling for...$140.00
Will close during Public Auction
2688     497 image1922, 10¢ orange yellow, unwatermarked, horizontal rotary press coil. A very fine pair tied by First Day Washington D.C. duplexes, Jan. 31 8PM 1922,l on 2¢ on 3¢ Surcharged entire sent Special Delivery from one early FDC servicer to another, from Henry Hammelman to Wm. O. Siebold; backstamped Washington Special Delivery duplex the same day., Very Fine, ex-A. Martin.
Scott No. 497; $6,000+.

Realized $6,000 in the March 2005 Robert A. Siegel sale of the Alfred S. Martin collection.
(Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 497]

Scott $6,000+

Selling for...$1,450.00
Will close during Public Auction
2689     533 image1918, 2¢ carmine, type V, offset printing, imperf, earliest known usage. Large margined vertical pair tied by clear Benton Harbor Mich. machine cancel, Jun 30, 1920 - the earliest documented use - on very clean cover to Atlantic City, N.J.; interesting corner card with Covel Manufacturing Co. rubberstamped over F-B Regulator Co., Very Fine.
Scott No. 533; Estimate $500 - 750.

Scott notes the earliest documented use as Sep 29, 1920.
(Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 533]

Est. $500-750
Selling for...$240.00
Will close during Public Auction
2690     537 image1919, 3¢ Victory. Well centered and strong color, tied by neat "Washington, D.C., Mar 3, 1919" First Day of Issue machine postmark on fresh H.F. Colman stamp dealer corner card cover to New York, Very Fine and choice, with 1976 A.F.D.C.S. certificate.
Scott No. 537; $900. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 537]

Scott $900

Selling for...$160.00
Will close during Public Auction
2691     548-550 image1920, Pilgrim issue complete. Neat arranged on fresh cover to Fort Worth, Texas, tied by "Philadelphia, Pa., Dec 21, 1920" First Day of Issue "Penn Square Station" slogan flag machine postmark, with Philip Ward Jr. corner card, with receiving backstamp, Very Fine and choice, a lovely complete set on First Day cover.
Scott No. 548-550; $2,250. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 548-550]

Scott $2,250

Selling for...$425.00
Will close during Public Auction
2692     549 image1920, 2¢ Pilgrim. Tied by perfect strike of "Washington D.C., Dec 21, 1930" First Day of Issue machine postmark on fresh locally addressed cover to Fred Ludwig, Extremely Fine, cover not opened at left which is typical for these Hammelman serviced First Days.
Scott No. 549; $700. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 549]

Scott $700

Selling for...$190.00
Will close during Public Auction
1922-1925 Bureau Issue
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2693     551-571 image1922-1925, ½¢ - $1 4th Bureau issue, first day covers. Complete set to the $1 on separate first day covers, most are single frankings except on a few of the lower values, all addressed except 563 and 571 are unaddressed, 30¢ cover with a bit of toning from gum on flap, Very Fine and scarce group.
Scott No. 551-571; $14,097. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 551-571]

Scott $14,097

Selling for...$1,450.00
Will close during Public Auction
2694     551 image1925, ½¢ Nathan Hale. On three Apr 4, 1925 First Day of Issue covers in combination with 1925, 1½¢ Harding (553); with New Haven, Conn. machine postmark on unaddressed, New Haven, Conn. flag machine postmark, & scarce La Porte, Ind. duplex use, Very Fine.
Scott No. 551; Estimate $150 - 200. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 551]

Est. $150-200
Selling for...$70.00
Will close during Public Auction
2695     554, 556, 561-562 image1923, 2¢ Washington, 4¢ Martha Washington, 9¢ Jefferson & 10¢ Monroe. All tied by "Washington D.C., Jan 15, 1923" First Day of Issue slogan machine postmark on C.E. Nickles corner card cover locally addressed to himself, Very Fine and choice.
Scott No. 554, 556, 561-562; $3,500.

A WONDERFUL AND RARE FOUR-COLOR FIRST DAY OF ISSUE FRANKING OF THE 1922-26 BUREAU PERF 11 ISSUE. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 554, 556, 561-562]

Scott $3,500

Selling for...$900.00
Will close during Public Auction
2696     554//562 image1923, 2¢, 4¢, 9¢ & 10¢ Values. Tied by weak "Washington, D.C. Jan 15, 1923" duplexes with a complete strike below, on a C.E. Nickles corner card First Day Cover addressed to himself; handstamped for Special Delivery service and backstamped with a Washington Special Delivery cds the same day; reduced somewhat at left and very slightly at bottom, Very Fine.
Scott No. 554//562; $3,500.

A VERY RARE COMBINATION FIRST DAY COVER. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 554//562]

Scott $3,500

Selling for...$475.00
Will close during Public Auction
2697     554 image1923, 2¢ Washington. Unofficial First Day Cover franked with block of 4 tied by Baltimore Md. duplexes, Jan 15, 1923; addressed to and serviced by Howard C. Beck; small edge tear bottom right stamp, otherwise Very Fine, ex-A. Martin.
Scott No. 554; Estimate $500 - 750.

Very rare; unlike the other low values of this issue, very few unofficial first day cities of the 2¢ are known.
(Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 554]

Est. $500-750
Selling for...$260.00
Will close during Public Auction
2698     554, 556, 561-562 image1923, 2¢ Washington, 4¢ Martha Washington, 9¢ Jefferson & 10¢ Monroe. All tied by "Washington D.C., Jan 15, 1923" First Day of Issue duplex postmarks on 2¢ carmine entire to Chevy Chase, Md., reverse with transit and receiving backstamps; cover tears above and into top right portion of 4¢ stamp repaired, F.-V.F. appearance, an affordable example of this very scarce first day combination, accompanied by original Philatelic Stamp Agency receipt.
Scott No. 554, 556, 561-562; $3,500. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 554, 556, 561-562]

Scott $3,500

Selling for...$210.00
Will close during Public Auction
2699     555 image1923, 3¢ Lincoln. Well centered amid large margins, tied by "Hodgeville, Ky., Feb 12, 1923" First Day of Issue duplex postmark on fresh cover to Washington D.C., Extremely Fine.
Scott No. 555; $350. (Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 555]

Scott $350

Selling for...$30.00
Will close during Public Auction
2700     556, 561 image1923, 4¢ Martha Washington & 9¢ Jefferson. Tied by Washington D.C. double oval on a combination First Day Cover, sent registered Newton Center Mass., First Day postmarks on reverse, Very Fine, ex-A. Martin, with 1991 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. 556, 561; Estimate $750 - 1,000.

A very scarce combination First Day Cover; Scott prices a combination First Day Cover of the four values that were issued on January 15 - 2¢, 4¢, 9¢ & 10¢ - at $3,500.
(Image1)

Get Market Data for [United States 556, 561]

Est. $750-1,000
Selling for...$375.00
Will close during Public Auction

Previous Page, Next Page or Return to Table of Contents


StampAuctionCentral and StampAuctionNetwork are
Copyright © 1994-2019 Droege Computing Services, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
Back to Top of Page