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United States Postage Stamps continued...

Revenue - Private Die Medicine (Hartman to West India) continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2002 o    RS189c imagePierce, R.V., 1¢ green, pink paper. Rich color on strong pinked paper; tiny thin, F.-V.F. appearance.
Scott No. RS189c; $200. (Image1)
Scott $200

SOLD for $120.00
Will close during Public Auction
2003 P    RS216P3 imageSeabury & Johnson, 1¢ black, plate proof on India. On card, bottom margin block of 6 with imprint, full margins, Very Fine.
Scott No. RS216P3; $450 for singles. (Image1)
Scott $450 for singles

SOLD for $140.00
Will close during Public Auction
2004 o    RS235d imageSwain, Wm., 8¢ orange, die cut, watermarked USIR. Strong bold color; usual wrinkling and small flaws, Fine appearance.
Scott No. RS235d; $250. (Image1)
Scott $250

SOLD for $100.00
Will close during Public Auction
2005 P    RS240P3 imageTallcot, George, 4¢ black, plate proof on India. Right margins vertical strip of 5 with imprint, full margins, Very Fine.
Scott No. RS240P3; $625 for singles. (Image1)
Scott $625 for singles

SOLD for $270.00
Will close during Public Auction
2006 o    RS264Ad imageWest India Mfg. Co., 4¢ black, die II, watermarked USIR. Strong color; flaws including sealed tears and thins, F.-V.F. appearance, only 30 are recorded in the Aldrich census.
Scott No. RS264Ad; $675. (Image1)
Scott $675

SOLD for $160.00
Will close during Public Auction
Revenue - Private Die Perfume to Encased Postage
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2007 o    RT8d imageHoyt & Co., 2¢ black, imperf, watermarked USIR. Bold color and well centered; couple thins, Very Fine appearance, rare with only 32 examples recorded in the Aldrich census.
Scott No. RT8d; $900. (Image1)
Scott $900

SOLD for $280.00
Will close during Public Auction
2008 o    RT14d imageLaird, George W., 3¢ black, imperf, watermarked USIR. Bold color; small sealed internal tear, Very Fine appearance, very scarce with only 42 examples recorded in the Aldrich census.
Scott No. RT14d; $800. (Image1)
Scott $800

SOLD for $575.00
Will close during Public Auction
2009 o    RT24d imageWright, R. & G.A., 3¢ lake, watermarked USIR. Manuscript cancel, bold color; thin, small tears and nibbed perf at right, Fine appearance.
Scott No. RT24d; $525. (Image1)
Scott $525

SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction
2010 o    RU4e imageDougherty, A., 5¢ blue, experimental silk paper. Showing a couple blue silk fibers on reverse, deep color; vertical crease, Very Fine appearance, very rare with handful of known examples to us having small flaws.
Scott No. RU4e; $1,500. (Image1)
Scott $1,500

SOLD for $850.00
Will close during Public Auction
2011 o    RU7d imageEagle Card Co., 5¢ black, watermarked USIR. Strong color, bright and fresh, Very Fine.
Scott No. RU7d; $150. (Image1)
Scott $150

SOLD for $90.00
Will close during Public Auction
2012     RW2 imageHunting Permit, 1935, $1 Canvasbacks. Top margin plate number single, o.g., never hinged, rich color, Very Fine.
Scott No. RW2; $375. (Image1)
Scott $375

SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction
2013     RW4 imageHunting Permit, 1937, $1 Scaup Ducks. Bottom margin plate number single, o.g., never hinged; choice centering, Extremely Fine.
Scott No. RW4; $275. (Image1)
Scott $275

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
2014     RW60a imageHunting Permit, 1993, $15 Canvasbacks, black (engraved) omitted. O.g., never hinged, fresh and pristine, Very Fine, a scarce and striking error, with approximately 120-150 examples produced.
Scott No. RW60a; $1,750. (Image1)
Scott $1,750

SOLD for $525.00
Will close during Public Auction
2015     WS5 imageWar Savings, 1919, $5 carmine. O.g., rich deep color, F.-V.F., very scarce.
Scott No. WS5; $800. (Image1)
Scott $800

SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction
2016     EP91 imageEncased Postage, Gage Bros. & Drake, Tremont House, 10¢. Stamp well centered in frame with tablets at top and bottom showing, mica intact with slight crazing at bottom, Very Fine. Hodders & Bowers No. 123.
Scott No. EP91; $1,100. (Image1) (Image2)

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Scott $1,100

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction

United States Civil War

Civil War Postal History
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2017       image1862 (Mar. 27-Apr. 30) Pvt. William McMurphy, 1st Michigan Vols at Camp Hamilton, Fortress Monroe, Va. Group of three letters, first two with faulty 3¢ #65 covers comprising, letter datelined "Camp Hamilton, Fortress Monroe, Va., March 27, 1862" reading "…we are not so close to the enemy as we were for they have retreated back to Bethel and I don't know but for father there is 100,000 men here now and Gen McCellan is here. I had a Pass to go to some other Mich Regts the other day and I came to a Bridge where there was a guard I went up and presented my pass and they would not let me cross when an officer rose up and asked me where I was going I told him to visit Stockton Regt he looked at my pass and told the guard to let me pass, I thanked him and he rose on the guard then told me it was little mac…"; second "Union Forever, Headquarters 1st Michigan Vol." Patriotic Wells imprint letterhead showing Lady Liberty datelined "Camp Hamilton, Fortress Monroe, April 18th 1862" twelve pages reading "…we can hear the cannon at Yorktown every day, it is supposed that the rebels have a very large army and it thought that if we whip them there it will bring the war to a close…you speak of Gen. McClellan as though the People up north thought he was a traitor there is no Danger of that it is a Party of Democratic Secessionists that gets up those yarns…he is loved by his troops more than I ever thought…our Col has been appointed Brig Gen and I think he deserves it as much as any man…he understands the military tactics the best of any Col in these parts…"; and final "U.S. Patent Office" Patriotic lettersheet four-pages datelined "Newport News, April 30th 1862" with excellent military content "…Newport News is not much of a Place there are but few Buildings here except Barracks for soldiers but for a company grounds it is the most beautiful spot once can think of…we are at the month of James river the frigate Cumberland lays sunk by the Merrimac about 80 rods from our camp we can see the rebel gun boats whenever they come and some times they come down here and throw a few shells in here but they don't hurt any body the Merrimac is expected out every day now…I suppose before this reaches you will hear of the Capture of New Orleans and of the forts on the Miss river, the battle of Yorktown still progresses the enemy are not so confident of beating us…", Very Fine patriotic content group.
Estimate; $400 - 600. (Image1)
Est. $400-600
SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
2018       imageBanks Division, Apr 29. Blue Army field post cds cancels 3¢ pink (U36) lettersheet to Marietta, Ohio, used as an envelope to enclose a letter, F.-V.F. and rare U36 lettersheet use, ex-Malpass, Graham.
Estimate; $300 - 400. (Image1)
Est. $300-400
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
2019       image"Camp Toland, Charleston W.V., March 10, 64". Datelined enclosed four-page letter from Thomas E. Fischer, Co. E., 2nd Virginia Cavalry with original cover bearing 3¢ rose (65), folded over edge, tied by radial fancy cancel and partial "Kanawha C.H., Mar 14 '64" cds to McConnelsville, Ohio, some interesting war content "…Deserters having been coming in our lines at the rate of 150 to 200 per week. They seem to be greatly disheartened and think their cause utterly hopeless. They all say that many others would desert had they the opportunity. I think when the spring opens so that our grand army can operate effectively it will not be many months ere our Banner will wave triumphantly over Rebeldom and may that glorious hour speedily arrive…Maj. Genl. Seigel commands the Dept., Brig. Genl. Crook the Division, both energetic military men so we may soon expect some work…"; some letter fold separations, F.-V.F.
Estimate; $200 - 300.

The 2nd West Virginia Cavalry Regiment served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. It was organized in Parkersburg, Virginia (now West Virginia) during September 1861. Most of the original members of this regiment were from southeastern Ohio, and planners thought that this regiment would become the 4th Ohio Cavalry. Their application was rejected by the governor of Ohio, so the unit became the 2nd Regiment of Loyal Virginia Volunteer Cavalry. The "Loyal Virginia" part of the name was replaced with "West Virginia" after the state of West Virginia was officially admitted to the Union in 1863.
(Image1)
Est. $200-300
SOLD for $260.00
Will close during Public Auction
2020       imageColumbus Ohio 1861 Issue and Demonetization. Two Columbus covers, Aug. 20th 1861 use of 3¢ rose pink #64b on faulty cover on the first day new stamps available in Columbus (2004 PFC); and Aug. 23rd 1861 use of 3¢ #26 (faded) used during exchange period of Aug. 22, 1861 to Aug. 27th after which old stamps no longer accepted, Fine pair, ex-R. Graham.
Estimate; $300 - 400.

When the first supply of 1861 stamps was received at a post office, postmaster also received instructions to place a notice in local or area newspapers that the new stamps would be exchanged, value for value, for a period of six days. After that, the old (1857 Issue) stamps would no longer be accepted on letters mailed at that post office as valid for postage.
(Image1)
Est. $300-400
SOLD for $140.00
Will close during Public Auction
2021       imageSoldiers Letter, 141 N.Y., L.B. PM. Fancy endorsement handstamp on cover with Old Point Comfort "Due 3" handstamp to Townsend N.Y.; reduced at left, Very Fine and exceptionally rare soldier's letter handstamp.
Estimate; $300 - 400.

The "P.M." was actually the regimental mail clerk and not a P.O.D. employee. The "Due 3" was applied at Old Point Comfort, probably April or May 1862, while the 141st New York was at Suffolk, Virginia.
(Image1)
Est. $300-400
SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction

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