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Michael Rogers Online, a Division of Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions, LLC Sale - 5093

United States

Coins
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
10001   imagePeace Dollars, 1921-35, complete set, housed in the Brown folder as formed by an old time collector/hoarder in decent quality, painstakingly assembled over many decades, inspection invited, Very Good to About Uncirculated, Greysheet value for an XF set is $996.
Suggested Bid $1,000
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Suggested Bid $600-800
CLOSED
Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10002   imagePeace Dollars, group of 21, Almost Uncirculated to Uncirculated.
Suggested Bid $500
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Suggested Bid $400-500
CLOSED
Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
Postal History
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
10003   image[District of Columbia] Washington, 1807-31, three stampless covers from Washington, DC personalities: one an 1811 free frank from Brigadier General Isaac Maltby to Adjutant General William Donnison containing annual return of the Second Brigade in the Fourth Division of the Militia; 1807 free frank cover from Henry Dearborn in the War Department to John Page in Richmond concerning pensions; and a cover from John McPherson Berrien to Samuel Ingraham concerning the Eaton Affair; mixed conditon, all three historic covers for one low price, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $250


The Petticoat Affair (also known as the Eaton affair) was an 1829–31 scandal involving members of President Andrew Jackson's Cabinet and their wives. Led by Floride Calhoun, wife of Vice President John C. Calhoun, these women (the "petticoats") socially ostracized John Eaton, the Secretary of War, and his wife Peggy over disapproval of the circumstances surrounding their marriage and what they considered her failure to meet the moral standards of a Cabinet wife. The Affair shook the Jackson administration, led to the resignation of all but one Cabinet member, facilitated Martin Van Buren's rise to the presidency and was, in part, responsible for Calhoun's transformation from a national political figure with presidential aspirations into a sectional leader of the Southern states.
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Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10004   image1878, cover to Beirut, Syria, 1875, 5¢ blue (179), tied by East Hampton Mass. segmented cork duplex, May 6 (1878) on small cover to Beirut, Syria, endorsed "(Via London)", backstamped Trieste, May 21, and another partial circular datestamp, presumably Beirut, Jun 6, F.-V.F., a scarce destination, .
Suggested Bid $45
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Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10005   image[Gun & Powder] Martinville VA, Winchester Repeating Rifles, 2¢ (253) tied by 1902 Martinsville VA duplex, on multicolor illustrated ad cover, addressed to VA; paper wrinkling lower left corner, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $100
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Suggested Bid $100-150
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Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10006 65 image[Pictorial] Eagle (Funkstown MD) on 1861, 3¢ rose (Scott 65), tied by circular grid with straight line "Funkstown MD Feb 20", addressed to Frederick City MD, Very Fine, probably rare, with 2019 P.F. certificate.
Suggested Bid $1,000
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Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10007 681 (ten) image1929, Pacolet Mills, S.C., "PM", fancy cancel, registered cover (Scott 681 (ten)), tied by 12 strikes of purple monogram "PM" cancel on registered cover from Pacolet Mills, S.C., Oct. 21, 1929, to Painesville, Ohio, Oct. 24, 1929, six days after latest reported use for this cancel, lovely registered use, a Very Fine cover, cancel reportedly used from Oct. 28, 1928 to Oct. 15, 1929.
Loso-deWindt 862.
Suggested Bid $100
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Suggested Bid $100-150
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Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10008 634(2), 645-646, 649 image1929, Pacolet Mills, S.C., fancy "Star" cancel, registered cover (Scott 634(2), 645-646, 649-651), tied by 10 strikes of purple Star cancel on registered cover from Pacolet Mills, S.C., Oct. 28, 1929, to Detroit, Mich., Oct. 30, 1929, bold and attractive registered usage, a Very Fine cover, cancel reportedly used from July 26, 1929 to Oct. 28, 1929.
Loso-deWindt 865.
Suggested Bid $100
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Suggested Bid $100-150
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Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10009 563, 657, 680-681 image1930, Pacolet Mills, S.C., "Child with Umbrella in Rain" fancy cancel, registered cover (Scott 563, 657, 680-681), tied by four clear strikes of black Umbrella cancel on registered cover from Pacolet Mills, S.C., Feb. 13, 1930, to Highland, Ind., Feb. 21, 1930, elaborate and unusual fancy cancel; slight soiling and edge flaws on cover, F.-V.F., cancel reportedly used from Nov. 18, 1929 to Feb. 17, 1930.
Loso-deWindt 873.
Suggested Bid $100
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Suggested Bid $100-150
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Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10010 684, image1932, Cranford, N.J., "32 in circle of 13 Stars" fancy cancel, 2nd class cover (Scott 684), tied by bold strike of blue Washington Bicentennial numeral fancy cancel, with matching Cranford, N.J., Dec. 31, 1932, fancy postmark on cacheted cover to Bellerose, N.Y., scarce fancy cancel used on the last minute of the last day of the Bicentennial year on attractive cacheted cover, Very Fine, cancel reportedly used on Dec. 31, 1932 only.
Loso-deWindt 204.
Suggested Bid $100
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Suggested Bid $100-150
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Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10011 733, image1933, Chicago Ridge, Ill., "Portrait of Columbus" fancy cancel, cacheted first class cover (Scott 733), tied by bold strikes of purple Columbus Day fancy cancel with matching Chicago Ridge, Ill., Oct. 12, 1933, duplex with shortened bars on cover with interesting cachet, to Chicago, scarce and attractive fancy cancel on lovely cover, Very Fine, cancel was used for Oct. 12, 1933, only.
Loso-deWindt 157.
Suggested Bid $75
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Suggested Bid $75-100
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Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10012 737, image1934, Rose, Okla., "Rose in a Vase" fancy cancel, cacheted first class cover (Scott 737), tied by bold strike of purple rose cancel on cover with matching Rose, Okla., May 13, 1934, duplex to Chicago, Ill., lovely multicolored cachet for 20th Anniversary of Mother's Day, scarce fancy cancel, attractive thematically cohesive cover, Very Fine, cancel was only used on this one day.
Loso-deWindt 986.
Suggested Bid $100
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Suggested Bid $100-150
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Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10013 733 image1933, Ed, Ky. boxed "Witch on a Broomstick" fancy cancel, first class cover (Scott 733), cancelled by black Ed, Ky., Oct. 31, 1933, postmark and bold Witch fancy cancel, on cacheted cover addressed to Chicago, Il., with Akron, Ohio, backstamp, nice Halloween fancy cancel and cachet, an F.-V.F. cover, cancel known used from Oct. 31, 1930 to Oct. 31, 1934, .
Suggested Bid $100
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Suggested Bid $100-150
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Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10014 73 image1863, 2¢ black (Scott 73), just Fine, tied by a bold green "Auburn N.Y., Sep 4" duplex on an envelope refolded into a wrapper and mailed to No. Weymouth, Mass., Very Fine and unusual. Scott $675 .
Suggested Bid $300
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Suggested Bid $300-400
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Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10015   image1898 Spanish American War Patriotic with Bicycle Ad, 2¢ (267) tied by Cleveland OH machine cancel on red and blue design patriotic cover, with illustrated ad on reverse for Sunul & Hercules Bicycles, addressed to city, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $45
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Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10016 1 image1847, 5¢ red brown (Scott 1), two singles canceled by red grid with matching New York town cancel, on folded lettersheet addressed to London Canada, business letter; foxing on the stamps, F.-V.F., a nice example of 10¢ rate to Canada.
Suggested Bid $900
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Suggested Bid $750-1,000
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Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10017 9 image1852, 1¢ blue, type IV (Scott 9), Valentine's cover with lovingly written original enclosure; used on Feb 12, 1857, cover from "Hasting, MT [Minnesota Territory]" cancellation; cover a bit worn, missing backflap on reverse, otherwise Very Fine. Scott $100 .
Suggested Bid $55
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Scott $100

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Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10018 65 image1861, 3¢ rose (Scott 65), manuscript cancelled, placed over 3¢ Nesbitt indicia, addressed to Marion Ky, blue but still green Morganfield KY datestamp at left, a Very Fine cover, ex-Scott Gallagher.
Suggested Bid $100


Proper usage of a demonetized postal stationery item
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Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10019 73 image1863, 2¢ black (Scott 73), two singles with target cancels on 1864 folded letter addressed to Solothurn Switzerland, franked with additional 10¢ green (Scott 68) tied by Aurora IL double circle date stamp; sent via Bremen-Hamburg service (19¢ rate); proper N. York Hanb Pkt, oval Hamburg and Solothurn backstamps; magenta manuscript "16" at upper right and pencil "19"; cover is probably missing an additional 5¢ stamp to make up the proper rate, otherwise Fine.
Suggested Bid $150
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Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM
10020 () 166 image1873, 90¢ rose carmine (Scott 166), indistinct but discernable c.d.s. and matching cancels ties 90¢ single and #233 (each with corners torn off) on large piece of linen wrapper with pre-printed "Return Envelope for Unused Ballots, Precint No. 3, Greaterville, Pima County, AZ and addressed to HUGHES OF SUPERVISORS OF PIMA COUNTY, Tucson, A.T.; paper has been discolored with age and has been creased/folded, V.G. and rare, excellent for reference and research. Scott $7,500 on cover .
Suggested Bid $250
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Scott $7,500 on cover

CLOSED
Closing..Mar-29, 09:00 PM

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