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Postal Stationery Featuring the Bradley Horton Collection, Part II continued...

Postal Cards - 1902 1c Full-Face McKinley to 1914 Issue continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1081     UX17 imagePostal Card, 1902, 1¢ black on buff, the "full-face McKinley". Used cancelled by "New York, N.Y. Sta. F, Sep 18, 1902" machine cancel with preprinted Messrs. Booth, Dailey & Ivins address and instructions to tug boat captain on back, the so-called "garbage card", reverse filled out in pencil dated "September 17" 1902, Very Fine with a clear machine cancel.
Scott No. UX17; $3,750. (Image1)
Scott $3,750

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1082     UX17 imagePostal Card, 1902, 1¢ black on buff, the "full-face McKinley". Used cancelled by "New York, N.Y. - St. B, Oct 2, 1902" machine cancel, preprinted Messrs. Booth, Dailey & Ivins address and instructions to tug boat captain on back, the so-called "garbage card", reverse filled out in pencil dated "1 October" 1902; light corner wear, tiny stain spot, F.-V.F.
Scott No. UX17; $3,750. (Image1)
Scott $3,750

SOLD for $1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
1083 P    UX17, UX17P, UX17PS imagePostal Card, 1902, 1¢ black on buff, the "full-face McKinley", proof and specimen balance. Group of 4 comprising S21Paa die proof (two, cat. $1,800 each), S21Pba die proof with "SPECIMEN - Not good for postage" handstamp (cat. $1,300), tone stains, and UX17 with preprinted address removed, Fine and scarce group.
Scott No. UX17, UX17P, UX17PS; Estimate $1,000 - 1,500. (Image1)
Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1084     UX18 var. imagePostal Card, 1902, 1¢ black on buff, St. Louis "1 Cent" Overprint Error. Unused card with preprinted form message; some thinning on reverse, Very Fine and rare error, Only 2 Examples Recorded.
Scott No. UX18 var.; Estimate $500 - 750.

This 1¢ McKinley postal card was apparently redeemed accidently and overprinted when the obsolete 2¢ remainder cards were being overprinted in the St. Louis Distribution center in 1920.
(Image1)
Est. $500-750
SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
1085     UX18 imagePostal Card, 1902, 1¢ black on buff. Reverse with multicolor "Old Overholt Whiskey" advertising design, cancelled by "Pittsburgh, Pa., Jan 30, 1906" machine cancel to Newburgh N.Y.; minor toning on front, otherwise Very Fine and attractive.
Scott No. UX18; Estimate $150 - 200. (Image1)
Est. $150-200
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1086 E    S28E-H imagePostal Card, 1910, 1¢ black on glazed paper, vignette only essay. Untrimmed woodcut die essay of proposed 22 x 27mm vignette of McKinley with diagonal background shading, on 171 x 245mm glazed white paper, pencil "Sterling Engraving Co., New York", P.O. Department red "15" handstamp and also red-violet "Stamp Division. P.O. Dept, Dec 13, 1909" double-circle datestamp, Very Fine. Scott No. UX21E-H.
USPCC No. S28E-H; $2,000 as similar.

THE ONLY RECORDED EXAMPLE OF THIS VIGNETTE ONLY DIE ESSAY BY STERLING ENGRAVING CO. OF NEW YORK.

This was an apparent earlier state of the S28E-G die.
(Image1)
USPCC $2,000 as similar

SOLD for $1,350.00
Will close during Public Auction
1087     UX21e imagePostal Card, 1910, 1¢ blue on bluish, "four arcs pointed" variety, Type I. Mint card; hint of toning on reverse, otherwise Very Fine. USPCC No. S28f, Type I $2,500.
Scott No. UX21e; $2,100. (Image1)
Scott $2,100

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
1088     UX21e imagePostal Card, 1910, 1¢ blue on bluish, "four arcs pointed" variety, Type 1. Cancelled by "St. Louis, Mo. Apr 29, 1910" machine cancel to local address, preprinted message for St. Louis Central Sharshooter's Ass'n; corner creases lower right, otherwise Very Fine, The Earliest Documented Use of the Four Arcs Pointed Variety. USPCC No. S28f.
Scott No. UX21e; $600. (Image1)
Scott $600

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
1089     UX22a imagePostal Card, 1910, 1¢ blue on bluish, vertical double impression. Mint card, two strong impressions with vertical registration; upper left and diagonal creases, slightly toned, otherwise Very Fine and rare, ex-Maisel. USPCC No. S30bv.
Scott No. UX22a; Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.

ONE OF ONLY TWO RECORDED EXAMPLES OF THE 1910 1¢ BLUE UNSHADED BACKGROUND POSTAL CARD DOUBLE IMPRESSION VERTICAL ERROR.

We sold the other recorded example in our Sale 80 of the Bradley Horton collection part 1 (lot 4271) for $2,300.
(Image1)
Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
1090     UX22a imagePostal Card, 1910, 1¢ blue on bluish, flat plate, horizontal double impression. Mint card, two impressions with horizontal registration, left impression is rotary press, right impression is flat plate, Very Fine and unusual double impression variety. USPCC No. S30bh.
Scott No. UX22a; $950. (Image1)
Scott $950

SOLD for $525.00
Will close during Public Auction
1091     UX22a imagePostal Card, 1910, 1¢ blue on bluish, rotary press, horizontal double impression. Mint card, two impressions with wide horizontal registration and slightly shifted vertical, Very Fine. USPCC No. S30bh var.
Scott No. UX22a; $950. (Image1)
Scott $950

SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
1092     UX22a imagePostal Card, 1910, 1¢ blue on bluish, flat plate, horizontal double impression. Mint card, two impressions with wide horizontal registration, Very Fine. USPCC No. S30bh.
Scott No. UX22a; $950. (Image1)
Scott $950

SOLD for $525.00
Will close during Public Auction
1093     UX22b imagePostal Card, 1910, 1¢ blue on bluish, flat plate, triple impression. Mint card, two impressions almost coincidental, third split by card cutting; small upper right corner crease and small inclusion spot, F.-V.F. USPCC No. S30c.
Scott No. UX22b; $3,500.

A RARE EXAMPLE OF THE 1910 1¢ BLUE UNSHADED BACKGROUND POSTAL CARD TRIPLE IMPRESSION ERROR. (Image1)
Scott $3,500

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1094 E    S32E-B imagePostal Card, 1911, 1¢ black, BEP Photo Essay. 207 x 254mm Photo Essay by BEP of amended 38 x 50mm vignette of Lincoln portion of accepted woodcut die (P. O. Die number 536) produced by Sterling Engraving Co. of New York, reverse with typed "Bureau of Engraving & Printing" at top and bottom, plus handstamp "Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Engraving Div. - Photolitho Sec., Reg No." with pencil "26973" control number, Very Fine. Scott No. UX23E.
USPCC No. S32E-B; Estimate $200 - 300.

The original die has been retained by BEP, and this is an original photo essay of this die.
(Image1)
Est. $200-300
SOLD for $325.00
Will close during Public Auction
1095     S33PUh imagePostal Card, 1911, 1¢ red on cream, horizontal paste-up. Mint card, 51mm wide brown tape, Very Fine. Scott No. UX24 var.
USPCC No. S33PUh; $375. (Image1)
USPCC $375

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
1096     UX25 var. imagePostal Card, 1911, 2¢ red on cream, 1920 "1 Cent" Surcharge. Mint card, some edge wear, otherwise Very Fine.
Scott No. UX25 var.; Estimate $300 - 400.

Although very similar to the Long Beach card, this card was devalued as a favor. Only about a dozen such surcharged examples of the 2¢ Grant card are known.
(Image1)
Est. $300-400
SOLD for $325.00
Will close during Public Auction
1097     S37EPUv-2 imagePostal Card, 1914, 1¢ green on buff, Vertical Paste-Up with U.S. Government Printing Office Printing. Three mint cards originally forming a vertical strip of three, part of 38mm brown tape at right with printed "United States Government Printing Office" over seal of the GPO, Very Fine and rare reconstructed paste-up strip. Scott No. UX27 var.
USPCC No. S37EPUv-2; $1,350+. (Image1)
USPCC $1,350+

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
1098     UX27 var. imagePostal Card, 1914, 1¢ green on buff, Vertical Paste-Up with "W. Downey" Handstamps. Mint card, brown tape at right with purple "W. Downey" handstamps; minor wrinkles, Very Fine, one of only two recorded examples of "W. Downey" handstamp paste-up. USPCC No. S37EPUv-1.
Scott No. UX27 var.; Estimate $400 - 600.

We offered the other recorded example in our Sale 80 lot 4283 realizing $625. The discovery of this paste-up card was announced in the UPSS Postal Stationery May 1951 on page 3. This was from the Hoe Press. It is listed but unpriced in USPCC.
(Image1)
Est. $400-600
SOLD for $675.00
Will close during Public Auction
1099     S37EPUv-3 imagePostal Card, 1914, 1¢ green on buff, Vertical Paste-Up. Brown tape at right, mint card, light toning mostly on back, F.-V.F. Scott No. UX27 var.
USPCC No. S37EPUv-3; $350. (Image1)
USPCC $350

SOLD for $110.00
Will close during Public Auction
1100     S37EPUv-2 imagePostal Card, 1914, 1¢ green on buff, Vertical Paste-Up with U.S. Government Printing Office Printing. Mint card, 38mm brown tape at right center with printed "United States Government Printing Office" over seal of the GPO; slight toning on reverse, otherwise Very Fine, ex-Slawson. Scott No. UX27 var.
USPCC No. S37EPUv-2; $450. (Image1)
USPCC $450

SOLD for $230.00
Will close during Public Auction

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