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Dutch Country Auctions / The Stamp Center Sale - 334

U.S. Covers & Stationery

U.S. Stampless Covers
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
1 image Zanesville, Ohio double oval hs on 9/12/36 FLS to Kalida, Ohio ms “25” rate, “turned” & forwarded from Kalida, then forwarded again to Wood Grove, Ohio, (37-1/2¢ + 6¢ +6¢), VF & unusual early Ohio cover (Image) Est. $175-200 SE


CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
2 image Group (94) stampless, over half from towns in Pennsylvania, others incl NY, IL, MI, DC; a couple ms pmks, incl red, black or blue cds, ms or hs rate markings, "PAID," etc; one congressman free frank, some typical faults or weak strikes but many strong cancels; F+ (Image) (imageb) (imagec)

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Est. $100-150 B


SOLD for $875.00
Will close during Public Auction
3 image (69) mostly East Cost w/ some Ohio, mostly F/L, ratings of 3, 5, 6 & 10, varied cond typical for these (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $150-200 B


SOLD for $160.00
Will close during Public Auction
4 image Oval hs, group of (4) diff, all VF on FLS, incl: Albion, Ill. double oval (1843), Troy, NY (1822, red, dotted, file fold tear), Hudson, Ohio (1822, blue), Zanesville, Ohio double oval (1832), impressive group of early fancy cancels (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $250-300 SE


SOLD for $130.00
Will close during Public Auction
5 image (32) mostly diff 1799-1851, good mix of states, rates, many smaller towns, few early ms towns etc, highlights incl: 1799 ms “Ex.” (Exeter) & 8 rate; 1801 letter w/ “8” rate, datelined York (Dist of Maine); 1817 Salisbury, Mass. ms w/ “6” rate; 1802 ms Ipswich (Mass.) & Postmaster free frank; 1814 red rimless Middletown CT; 1836 red Newport, RI “Ship” S/L on printed prices current; red and black Troy NY ovals; 1844 NY Express mail with 37-1/2 rate; 1846 Red Newbury, VT on Trans Atlantic; (3) small Ohio ms towns, 1831-44: Brown’s Mill’s (Postmaster free frank), Meig’s Creek, Middle Creek etc, gen Fine or better w/ some usual small flaws/faults, many unusual, impressive group (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $500-750 B


SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction
U.S. Covers
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
6 image 1a dark brown w/ 3 1/2 margins tied by red grid cancel at UL to 1849 folded letter, faint red Rochester NY cds at UR, content of legal issues to "Dear Father", addr to S. A. Burrows Esq/ Buffalo NY in reference to (NY) Supreme Court case; some toning & foxing in center between file folds not affecting stamp, stamp w/ large margins to touching at right w/ part of next stamp at top, VF (Image) (imageb)

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Cat. $500 LE


SOLD for $210.00
Will close during Public Auction
7 image 1a 5¢ dark brown, near (4) margins, crisp impression, tied on FLS to Oxford, Mass. by red grid & Boston, Mass. 6/26/(49) cds, VF (Image) Cat. $500 SE


SOLD for $240.00
Will close during Public Auction
8 image 23 On cover, small nick on bottom & top left corner blunt, VF cond except for noted (Image) (imageb)

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Cat. $1,100 SE


SOLD for $260.00
Will close during Public Auction
9 image 26, 36 Cover dated May 31, 1858 to France, minor rounded corner on LR o/w VF (Image) (imageb) (imagec)

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Cat. $475 SE


SOLD for $85.00
Will close during Public Auction
10 image 31, 36 Folded letter to Charles Buckalew, American minister to Ecuador at Quito, franked w/ Type I 10¢ and HZ pair 12¢, tied by May 26 (1860) Bloomsburg, Pa. pmk, red "24" hs and pen cancel; June 13 Panama British packet transit mark, to Guayaquil; very newsy letter discusses local business and political affairs, much regarding the Democratic Party Convention chaos at Charleston, letter mentions local political figures and their positions on Stephen Douglas, Lincoln, Buchanan, "Black Republicanism," Dred Scott, the upcoming Baltimore convention and more; Buckalew would later return home and serve as a Senator for Pennsylvania 1863-69; letter very readable, file fold does affect the 10¢ stamp; F+ (Image) Est. $700-800 LE


SOLD for $625.00
Will close during Public Auction
11 image 33, 36 1859 Folded letter to Charles Buckalew, the American minister to Ecuador, franked w/ 10¢ and V pair 12¢, tied by black grids, nearby Bloomsburg, Pa. pmk and red "24" handstamp; the 12¢ pair is vertically misperf, with the top stamp trimmed at left margin but strangely the bottom stamp left, showing how bad the perfs are; Buckalew was a lawyer politician, content is mostly about how business is going back home, mentioning railroad and coal companies; unfolded for display, file fold does not affect stamps, F (Image) Est. $500-600 LE


SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
12 image 78 Star fancy cancel (not tied) w/ nearby 6/29 (1863) Cambridge, Mass cds, to Dublin, Ireland w/ Kingstown and Dublin receivers, red Boston "19" packet pmk; notation on back states that stamp has been replaced, small tears; F (Image) Cat. $425 SE


SOLD for $130.00
Will close during Public Auction
13 image 116 on cover to France (small hole in center of cover), stamp has nice margin for this issue, dated May 6, 1870, overall VF cond except for noted (Image) (imageb)

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Cat. $375 SE


SOLD for $95.00
Will close during Public Auction
14 image 146, 147, 150 On 1875 cover to Paris, tied by black grid cancels, Newport, New York and London transits, minor wear on back, F-VF (Image) Est. $125-150 SE


SOLD for $75.00
Will close during Public Auction
15 image 159, 165 On 1875 cover to Armenian in Constantinople, two singles tied by cork cancels, perf tip toning, New York & London registered transits, crayon markings; British Constantinople receiver on back along w/ pencil marks; F-VF (Image) Est. $600-700 SE


SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
16 image (3) Attractive Prexy covers: 1939 registered MA to PA franked w/ 3¢ booklet pane w/ tab, mute ovals, transit pmks on back, flap marks; 1944 registered to & from Boswell, PA, 3¢ entire w/ 5¢, 9¢ and 11¢ added; 1946 Scranton to Kingston, PA, registered w/ return receipt requested, US Marshall corner card & DOJ penalty envelope, w/ single 24¢ added for extra services; F-VF (Image) Est. $100-125 SE


SOLD for $52.00
Will close during Public Auction
U.S. Covers by State
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
17 image MASSACHUSETTS (21) covers plus (1) postal card 1851-1926 w/ early Leavitt machine cancel (scarce), several 1851-57 issues incl one orange brown (#10) w/ small Boston “Paid”, towns incl: East Brookfield (4), Newburyport (7) (1 red cds, all 1851 3¢), Taunton “greens” (2), Worcester blue on printed circular w/ large ornate “Paid 3”, 1926 #534A, Brookline, Mass, etc gen Fine or better, some unusual, decent grouping (Image) Est. $200-250 SE


SOLD for $100.00
Will close during Public Auction
18 image NEW HAMPSHIRE Group of (11) w/ stampless ms town cancels, 1817-53 mostly early FLS, towns incl: Drewsville (1822, unlisted ASCC), Claremont (1817), Lancaster (1824), Northumberland (1851), Oxford (1819), S. Weare (1818), Washington (1823) etc, gen VF for age, some scarce towns, one addr (w/ letter) to Missouri Territory (Image) Est. $250-300 SE


SOLD for $220.00
Will close during Public Auction
Advertising Covers
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
19 image Attractive multi-color Adpostal Corp adv card, printed on 1¢ postal card, front w/ Blue Label Ketchup bottle, reverse w/ several mini ads for homemade root beer extract, Feischmann's yeast, castor oil, baby basket and shredded coconut; F-VF (Image) (imageb)

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Est. $80-100 SE


CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
20 image (43) 19th Cent advertising covers in dealer annotated sleeves, incl various products and companies, publishers, some all-over, text and drawings, nice selection, expect some typical faults as rough openings, edge wear; F+ (Image) (imageb) (imagec) (imaged)

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Est. $100-125 B


SOLD for $170.00
Will close during Public Auction

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