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United States Possessions continued...

Ryukyus & U.N. continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1841 /()    R17-R28 imageRyukyus, Revenue, 1959-69, 1¢-$10. Set up to the $10 value, the key values of 30¢ and $2-$10 are all mint never hinged, the lower values are o.g. or no gum, a Very Fine set.
Scott No. R17-R28; $1,287. (Image1)

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Scott $1,287

SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
1842 /()    R17-R28 imageRyukyus, Revenue, 1959-69, 1¢-$10 issues. O.g., $3 without gum, others n.h., choice centering throughout, rich colors, a Very Fine set.
Scott No. R17-R28; $1,287. (Image1)

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Scott $1,287

SOLD for $220.00
Will close during Public Auction
1843 /o      imageRyukyus, Election Postal Cards, 1952-1971. Collection of over 90 cards with many rare including UZE1 (mint $300), UZE2 x3, UZE5 x2 (mint) in shades, UZE6 mint and used (mint $500), UZE8 (mint $500), UZE9-E10A (mint), UZE11 (two mint $300, one used unpriced by Scott), UZE12, UZE13, 13A (several types mint and used), UZE14 (mint $450), UZE15 (mint and used including. undeliverable), UZE17, UZE18 (mint and used), UZE19 (mint and used), UZE20 (used, unpriced by Scott), UZE21 (mint, unpriced), UZE22, UZE27 (mint), UZE28 (two used), UZE29 (used, $350), UZE30 (used, $300), UZE31 (used, $250), etc., Very Fine.
Estimate; $3,000 - 4,000.

AN OUTSTANDING COLLECTION OF RYUKYU ISLANDS ELECTION POSTAL CARDS WITH MANY RARE TYPES. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. $3,000-4,000
SOLD for $1,900.00
Will close during Public Auction
1844     14 var. imageUnited Nations, Geneva, 1969, 10fr dark blue, imperforate. Complete sheet of 50, o.g., never hinged, fresh and Very Fine.
Scott No. 14 var.; Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.

A GREAT U.N. RARITY - WITH THIS BEING ONE OF ONLY TWO SHEETS OF 50 ISSUED. (Image1)

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Est. $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction

United States Postal History Collections

Stampless Covers
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1845       image1815-16 War of 1812 Surcharge Rates and Restored Rates. Group of 38 with war surcharge ratings, towns include Hartford Ct.: rimless cds, New Haven red oval, Pittsburgh Pa., Philadelphia Pa., Norwich Conn., Boston Mass., Bedford Pa. fancy red oval, New York red cds, Baltimore red cds, Easton Pa. fancy cds, and manuscript postmarks of Litchfield Ct., Mansfield Ms., Concord Ms., Frankfort Ky., Martinsburgh, Concord N.H., Elizabethtown N.J.: red "Elizth Town", Litchfield Ct., Exeter N.H.: "Ex", Haverhill Mass.: "Hav'll Ms.", Muncy Pa., and Plymouth Mass., plus two restored rates comprising Philadelphia red "Phil" cds and Winchester Va.; some faults, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $750 - 1,000. (Image1)

Est. $750-1,000
SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1846       20th Century Postal History Group. Approximately 200 covers mostly 20th century organized by postal service type, includes domestic 1st class with advertising including 1900 J. Ellwood Lee Co. multicolored allover ad on front and reverse and 2¢ Parcel Post stamp used as postage, others including 5¢+10¢ Prexies paying custom fee on package from Denmark, interesting airmail and special delivery usages, 1½¢ Prexie on Pepsi Cola sponsored recording "message from your Man in Service", etc.; inspect.
Estimate; $300 - 400.

Est. $300-400
SOLD for $625.00
Will close during Public Auction
1847       imageCortland Stampless Cover Stock, 1784-1860s. Reasonably priced stock of over 700 covers, many fancy postmarks and rating handstamps, some excellent strikes and usages, noted highlights include 1806 "N. Bedford Ms." red cds with "Ship" handstamp, 1807 Charleston S.C. cds with "Ship" handstamp, 1829 "Kingston N.Y." black stencil cds, 1826 "Smyrna * 8 MO 19" double-circle Quaker-dated datestamp; "Newport, Rhode-Island, Jan 23" fancy olive green oval with old-English "Paid" handstamp, 1829 "Greenwich Village Ms." ms. postmark with "FREE" and "P:M" handstamps for P.M. free frank, 1805 "LEX. K." straightline, 1824 and 1828 "Bridgetown W.N.J." double-ovals, 1848 "Huntsville Ala." blue cds with negative "10" in circle of stars fancy rating handstamp, 1831 "Shawneetown Ill." magenta double-oval and matching "Free" handstamp, 1864 "Salem Or." double-circle cds with "Free" handstamp and "B. F. Harding" free frank, 1837 "Burlington, Dec 29" N.J. unlisted blue arc postmark to Canada (APS cert), Westmoreland Depot N.H. blue cds with matching "3" with negative "Paid", 1835 "Monson Mass." fancy ribbon oval postmark, Newport N.Y. fancy "3" with negative "Paid", "Hyde-Park / N.Y." two-line straightline, 1846 "Oaks Corners, N.Y." straightline, 1820 "Cleaveld" ms. postmark, "Zanesville, Ohio" double-oval, "Cleveland, O" red double-rectangle, 1848 "Troy N.Y." blue cds and matching "2cts." double-circle drop rating, 1821 "Georn. Ca" dotted-rim cds, 1836 "Greenwich Ms." blue-green fancy ribbon oval with matching "Free" rating handstamp, Ballston N.Y. lined-oval, 1840 "Canal Fulton, Ohio" oval, 1831 "Easton. Pa." straightline, 1849 "Allentown Pa." bold cds with "Pa" in script, 1824 "Newport, Rhode-Island" bold red oval, 1852 "Pines Bridge N.Y." large red oval, 1852 "Vischers Ferry N.Y." ms. postmark, 1822 "Penn Yan N.Y." rimless fancy oval, 1835 "Lancaster, Ohio" bold blue oval, 1784 "N-York * Aug: 5" straightline on printed prices current from Amsterdam, 1832 "Fayete. N.C." red cds with matching "Paid" with pointing hand handstamp, 1830 "W. Brookfield, Mass." fancy oval, 1832 "Greenville S.C." oval, 1760 "Bo" ms. postmark, 1829 New Orleans to New York red "Mail Route" arc handstamp, 1819 "Randolph Ms." arc, 1857 c. bold "Omaha City N.T." cds, 1833 "New-Brunswick N.J." red outline letters rimless cds, 1859 "Kirby, Ogn" early state manuscript postmark, 1830 "Ipswich Ms." red straightline, 1807 "Newcastle De." reddish cds, "Leavenworth K.T." cds free frank of Thomas P. Akers, 1829 "Taunton. Ms." straightline, 1842 "Rail Road Car" red straightline, 1843 "Godfrey. Ill" straightline, 1846 "Tolland Conn." red baker's cap postmark, 1852 "Haddonfield N.J." fancy negative double-oval, range of towns including Northeast, Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgia, Delaware, ship mail, transatlantics, railroads, way mail, 1815-16 war rates, circular mail including blue "Concord N.H., 1 Paid" circular handstamp,1850 "Petersburg Va., 3" red circular postmark on printed circular with matching "Paid" handstamp; and much much more, F.-V.F., a fabulous opportunity for collector or dealer with tremendous value.
Estimate; $10,000 - 15,000. (Image1) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7) (Image8) (Image9) (Image10)

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Est. $10,000-15,000
SOLD for $12,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1848       Stampless Covers, 1824-1850s. Group of 62 with a variety of towns and markings, including green West Dennis Mass., Penn. R.R. "5" rating 1850 letter, Rockland Me. blue fancy "3" rating marking, 1824 Cambridge Mass. letter, 1843 "Pierrepont Manor, Jeff Cy N.Y. Dec 22" ms. postmark letter, not checked for content.
Estimate; $300 - 400.

Est. $300-400
SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
1849       imageStampless Postal History, 1790-1860s. Group of over 125 covers including 1790s mail, rates incl. 6¢ and 10¢ Cal., drops and multiple rates, official post office mail, eastern express mail, forwarders, hotel handstamps, auxilliary uses of forwarded, missent and advertised, noted includes 1797 "Hartford, Oct. 16" two-line postmark, 1790 "Baltimore" straightline, 1792 "Trenton, 5 Nov" ms. postmark, 1798 partial "Albany, NY" straightline, 1795 "N * York * DEC 30" straightline, 1799 New-York clamshell ship use, 1798 New-York red clamshell use with matching "PAID" handstamp, 1799 "BALT * JAN * 13" straightline, 1799 "Hartford" rimless cds, 1846 Eagle City Despatch Post handstamp, 1844 Hale Providence oval, "New York, Paid Quarterly" cds use, "Cincinnati. O. '1UNPD' " blue cds on drop cover, and "New-York City Delivery, 1Ct. Apr 1" cds use, etc., some faults.
Estimate; $500 - 750. (Image1)

Est. $500-750
SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1850       imageStampless Postal History, 1799-1800s. Three albums with 155 cover including mounted pages, noted large group of 1815 War rates, some fancy town postmarks like red Palmyra N.Y. with circular "Paid"; Columbus Ohio oval, North Haverhill N.H. dotted oval; Augusta Me. beehive; Versailles Ky. brown double-circle and re-rating; Sandy Spring Md. Quaker dated; Macon Geo. green cds; few transatlantics; Hale & Co.; red New York clamshell, 1837-38 express mail, way mail, ship mail; etc, F.-V.F., many better items present and worth a close view.
Estimate; $1,500 - 2,000. (Image1)

Est. $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
State Postmarks
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1851       imageArkansas Stampless Towns, 1832-58. Group of 13 stampless covers comprising 1832 "Scotia A.T." Arkansas Terr. ms. postmark, 1836 "Helena Arks" ms. postmark, 1853 "Walnut Hills Ark." ms. postmark, 1854 "Walnut Hill Ark." unlisted ms. postmark, "Lamartine Ark." group of four 1853 ms. postmarks, 1848 Little Rock Ark. blue cds with "10" rating h.s., 1854 Helena Ark. cds with "Paid" "3" handstamps, "Yellville Ark" ms. postmark postmaster free frank use, 1850 "South Bend Arks" ms. postmark, and 1858 "Elgin Arks" ms. postmark; some faults, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $400 - 600. (Image1)

Est. $400-600
SOLD for $230.00
Will close during Public Auction
1852       California Postal History Accumulation. Several hundred covers and cards loose in a small box, numerous 19th and some 20th century up to about 1930, many Williams-listed items, values run from about $5 up about $45 but with a handful of really cheap items thrown in, for the collector or show dealer, most better items are sleeved and/or priced, many hard-to-find stations and branches, most generally fine or better, but with some condition issues here and there.
Estimate; $750 - 1,000.

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Est. $750-1,000
SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1853       imageCalifornia Postal History, 1850s-1900s. Group of 35 covers and cards including ms. "Downieville Cal, May 2d" postmark stampless with "Paid 6" rating; ms "Independence Cal, Nov 27" postmark on #65 cover; 1860s "Pilot Hill Cal, Jan 13" cds with #65; 1861 transatlantic to France; 1871 ms. "New Republic Cal, April 5/71" postmark; 1873 ms. "Long Valley"; ms. "Roberts Landing, Apl 12, 1880" postmark; etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate; $300 - 400. (Image1)

Est. $300-400
SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction
1854       imageCalifornia Town Postal History, 1850-60s. Group of 21 including Weaverville 1850 oval with "Paid" and "6" rating handstamps, Stockton 1855 cds with "10" due handstamp, Nevada City "5" 1855 cds to Sacramento, "San Francisco, 12½, 8 April" red 1850" cds pre-statehood use to San Jose, and second partial San Francisco 1850 cds pre-statehood use to Sutter Cal. with letter mentioning "…went to California a year ago last March. Rankin returned home last winter with 100 pounds of gold…take good care of yourself for health is worth more than gold"1852 "Sonoma Cal." manuscript. postmark, "Weaverville Cal" manuscript. postmark, "Marysville Cal., 6 Paid" red cds, San Francisco 1851 cds with "5" due handstamp, Stockton Cal. cds with "5" rating, Trinity Cal. "Dec 15/56" cds with manuscript. "Paid 10" rating, "Santa Clara Cal." 1852 manuscript. postmark, Auburn Cal. cds with "TEN" rating handstamp "Agua Fria, Cal." manuscript. postmark, "Bidwell's Bar Cal." 1852 manuscript. postmark, Sacramento City Cal. red 1851 cds and "40" rating handstamp; "San Francisco Cal., 15 May" 1851 cds and matching "Free" handstamp to Wash. D.C., "San Francisco, Cal., Free" 1855 cds to J.W. Denver in Washington D.C.; some faults, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $500 - 750. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. $500-750
SOLD for $500.00
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1855       imageColorado Postal History, 1860s-1900s. Group of 18 territorial and state covers including Territorials: Fort Lyon, Golden City, and Fort Collins; and State: 1887 Cotton Creek, 1888 Denver with "Held for Postage" handstamp, 1887 Rifle, 1800 ms. "St. Charles Colo.", etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate; $300 - 400. (Image1)

Est. $300-400
SOLD for $725.00
Will close during Public Auction
1856       imageConnecticut Stampless Manuscript Towns, 1800-1850s. Group of approx. 260 covers with range of towns, noted towns include Berlin: 1807 use, Bethlem: 1835, 1839 P.M. free franks, Bloomfield, Bozrah, Branfield, Brooklyn, Compville, Canterbury, Centre Groton, Chelsea Landing, Clinton, Cold Spring, Colebrook River, Darian, Fisherville, Furnace Village: 1829 P.M. free frank; Goshen, Ketch Mills, Killingly, Litchfield: 1807 use, Mill Plain, N. London: 1809 use, Newtown, Norfield: 1838 P.M. free frank, Norfolk, Norwich: 1812 use, Pendleton Hill, Portersville, Bedding Town House, Salem: 1844 P.M. free frank, Saugatuck, Scantic, Sherman, South Kent: 1842 P.M. free frank, Suffield: early 1800 "Suffd" use, Thompson, Uncasville, Vernon, Waterbury: 1830 P.M. free frank, Watertown, etc. and many more, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $1,000 - 1,500. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1857       imageConnecticut Stampless Town Handstamps, 1800-1860s. Group of over260 covers with range of town markings and ratings, towns include Abington; Ansonia; Avon; Berlin; Bloomfield; Branford; Bridgeport: 1812 red and magenta rimless ovals (2); Brooklyn; Central Village; Collinsville; Cornwall Bridge; Cromwell; Chelsea Landing: 1819 rimless cds; Chesire: 1839 blue and 1847 red double-oval; Clinton: blue rimless; Colchester; Derby; Deep River: 1840 red oval; East Haddam; East Hartford: 1847-48 red ovals (3); East Windsor; East Windsor Hill; Ellington; Enfield; Fairfield; Falls Village; Farmington: straightline; Essex; Greenwich; Guilford; Haddam: fancy octagon; Harwinton; Hartford: 1806-14 red and black rimless (6); Humphreysville; Jewett City; Kent; Lakeville; Litchfield: 1818, 1820 ovals, 1826 rimless; Lyme; Madison: 1829 blue rimless cds; Manchester: 1842 red rimless; Mianus; Middletown: 1817-21 red rimless ovals (4), 1821-29 red ovals (5); Milford: 1814 oval; Naugatuc: 1835 upright red oval and bold "PAID"; New Haven: 1816 red oval and fancy "Free" scroll; New London: 1800, 1802 straightlines; Norwichtown: 1837 red cds with "Town" in red ms.; Plymouth Hallow: 1841 rimless cds, 1844 large cds and matching red "Paid" scroll; Putnam: blue balloon-style cds; Stamford: 1820-42 red double-ovals (7) with some scroll "Paid" or "Free"; West Meriden: 1847 straightline; Windham: 1829 arc; Windsor: 1842 straightline; Woodbury: 1839 red large oval; plus many more; wide selection including several fancy types, couple cameos; colors like green, etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate; $1,000 - 1,500. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,900.00
Will close during Public Auction
1858       imageFlorida Postal History - 1850s 3¢ Nesbitt Stationery. Group of 10 3¢ Nesbitt used in Florida comprising "Alligato Fla." cds, "Gainesville Fla.", two "Jacksonville Flor." cds, "Knoxville Fla." ms. postmark, "Mandarin" ms. 1854 postmark, "Micanopy Fla." cds, "Newport Flor." cds, "Pensacola Flor." cds, and "Silver Spring Fla." ms. postmark, some mixed condition, F.-V.F. and scarce group.
Estimate; $300 - 400. (Image1)

Est. $300-400
SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
1859       imageFlorida Postal History - 1851-57 Issue. Group of 17 including 1858 ms. "Wacahoota" postmark, 1852 ms. "Melendez", Apalachicola cds on #26, Apalachicola "Paid 3" blue cds on #11A, two Apalachicolo "5" blue cds on #11A, Apalachicola "Paid 3" blue cds on #11A with additional red crayon "Due" and blue "5" handstamp, two "Fernandina, Fla" cds on #26, "Alligator Fla." cds on #26 to pioneer David S. Walker, three Jacksonville cds on #26, Tallahassee cds on $26 pair, Pensacola cds use and "Picolata Fla." cds, and Warrington cds use.
Estimate; $750 - 1,000. (Image1)

Est. $750-1,000
SOLD for $625.00
Will close during Public Auction
1860       imageFlorida Postal History - Territory and State Stampless Mail. Group of 21 including 1826 "Pensacola" red ms. postmark on U.S. Naval Hospital datelined letter, 1844 Apalachicola red cds with "25" rating, two 1849 Apalachicola red cds with "Paid 3" rating handstamps; 1832 Jacksonville red cds use, 1839 "Marianna Fl. T." cds use, 1849 Apalachicola red cds and outlined "X" rating handstamp, 1850 c. Tampa red cds and matching "X" in circle handstamp, Tallahassee oval use, 1845 "St. Augustine Fl. T." cds use, etc.
Estimate; $750 - 1,000. (Image1)

Est. $750-1,000
SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction

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