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U.S. Postal History continued...

Modern Fancy Cancels continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
6141   image[Oregon] Greenleaf, Oak Leaf in gray, four Very Fine strikes, two of them, along with a Nov 18, 1936 duplex handstamp, tie a pair of 1½¢ Hardings on a cover to Hope, Ark. with a marvelous Warren G. Harding, Twenty-Ninth President cachet, Very Fine. An unrecorded color.
Loso-deWindt 475. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6142   image[Pennsylvania] Blue Bell, medium solid Bell in blue, three Very Fine strikes tie 17¢ postage on a small, Apr 4, 1930 Registered cover from R.P. Gilley to Highland, Ind., Very Fine. Recorded only on Mar 20, 1930.
Loso-deWindt 78. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6143   image[Pennsylvania] Corry, Star in circle and Arrow, two nice strikes of the Star and three of the Arrow, tie 17¢ postage on an Aug 30, 1930 Registered cover to New York City, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 197, 198. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6144   image[Pennsylvania] Fishertown, Elf Fisherman on a Tree Stump in blue, choice strike, with a matching Apr 3, 1934 duplex handstamp alongside, ties a 3¢ Daniel Webster on a cover to Cincinnati, Very Fine. Only noted on Mar 28, 1934.
Loso-deWindt 358. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6145   image[Pennsylvania] Fishertown, Jumping Bass in blue, perfect strike of the gorgeous cancel, with a matching May 16, 1934 duplex handstamp alongside, ties a pair of imperf 1¢ Century of Progress commemoratives on a cover to W.G. Fountaine in Briggsdale, O. with a marvelous printed version of the same design as a corner card, Extremely Fine. Only noted on Jun 1, 1934.
Loso-deWindt 359. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6146   image[Pennsylvania] Narberth, Brownies from (English folklore) in purple, three nice strikes tie 17¢ postage on a small, locally addressed Registered cover, May 17, 1927, Very Fine. According to the recollections of the Narberth Postmaster, the design of this cancel, which was used from April of 1927 until August of 1928, came from a child's set of rubber handstamps.
Loso-deWindt 782. (Image)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6147   image[Pennsylvania] Sharon, matching Set of four Registered covers, all with 17¢ postage and mailed locally on Oct 24, 1928; 1.) APS (LD 1054) - two strikes in black; 2.) APS (LD 1054) - one strike in violet; 3.) Rose of Sharon (LD 1055) in blue; and 4.) Old English "S" (LD 1056) in deep purple, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 1054-1056. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6148   image[Pennsylvania] Turkey City, Turkey in purple, two perfect strikes tie 18¢ postage on a Thanksgiving Day, Nov 24, 1932 Registered cover from W.H. Gilley to R.P. Gilley in Chicago Ridge, Ill., with an attractive 2-color "Thanksgiving" cachet, Very Fine. Used only on Thanksgiving Day, 1932 and 1933.
Loso-deWindt 1183. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6149   image[South Carolina] Pacolet Mills, 5-Point Star in blue, six perfect strikes tie 20¢ postage, including a 2¢ Edison plate block, on an Oct 31, 1929 Registered Airmail cover to Detroit, signed by Pacolet Mills Postmaster, J.J. Glass, Very Fine. Three days later than Loso & deWindt's last date of Oct 28.
Loso-deWindt 865. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6150   image[South Carolina] Pacolet Mills, Torch of Freedom in blue, six perfect strikes tie 17¢ postage on a Nov 25, 1929 Registered cover from Pacolet Mills Postmaster, J.J. Glass, to W.C. Brink in Genesee Depot, Wis., Very Fine. The first recorded date of use.
Loso-deWindt 875. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6151   image[South Dakota] Dupree, Labor Party Arm & Hammer in purple, Very Fine strike ties a 3¢ Newburgh commemorative with a matching Labor Day, Sep 4, 1933, Dupree duplex alongside on a cover to Thomas Cornish in Chicago with a printed American Federation of Cover Colllectors Pictorial cachet, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 243, 242. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6152   image[Texas] El Paso, fancy 12-square Grid, two nice strikes cancel a block of 4 of the 5¢ Winged Globe (C12) on a Feb 19, 1930 Registered Airmail cover to Hartford, Ct., Very Fine. Loso & deWindt notes usage only on Dec 18, 1929.
Loso-deWindt 319. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6153   image[Texas] Houston Star in Wreath with "2-6-28" in blue, three choice strikes cancel 8¢ postage on a 2¢ Sesquicentennial entire also canceled with a Feb 6, 1928 Houston machine cancel; carried on the C.A.M. 21 First Flight, Dallas-Fort Worth-Houston-Galveston, with a purple flight cachet, to Martinsville, Ill., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 558. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6154   image[Texas] Houston, Kicking Mule with "He's in Houston" in purple, four strikes, one on a 10¢ Lindbergh (C10), which is tied by a Jun 26, 1928 Houston Airmail machine cancel on an Airmail cover to Washington D.C.; the cover bears a large pale gray cachet showing a Herd of Mules Stampeding Toward the Houston Cityscape with the legend, "To Houston, June 26th, the Convention City", Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 559.

This cancel, created for the Democratic National Convention, which took place in Houston on this date, was well publicized in advance. When the Post Office Department in Washington heard about it, they directed the Houston Postmaster not to use the device. However, since more than 500 covers had already been processed due to the early publicity, Houston was allowed to use the cancel only if the stamp was also canceled with a normal postal cancel.
(Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6155   image[Texas] Independence, Exploding Firecracker in purple, three Very Fine strikes tie 18¢ postage on a July 4, 1934 Registered cover to Chicago Ridge, Ill., with an attractive 3-color Uncle Sam July 4th cachet, Very Fine. Same as Loso & deWindt 583; previously record only in 1933.
Loso-deWindt N-386. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6156   image[Texas] Independence, Exploding Firecracker in purple, Very Fine strike, with a July 4, 1933 duplex handstamp alongside, ties a 3¢ Maryland Tercentenary on a cover to H.O. Nouss in St. Louis, with an attractive 3-color Uncle Sam July 4th cachet, Very Fine. Same as Loso & deWindt 583.
Loso-deWindt N-386. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6157   image[Texas] Old Glory, American Flag in magenta, six bold strikes tie a block of 10 of the 2¢ Massachusetts Bay commemorative on a Mar 16, 1930 Registered cover to Detroit, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 846. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6158   image[Utah] Washington, Blacksmith in purple, two perfect strikes tie three 6¢ Washington Bicentennials on a beautifully cacheted Labor Day cover sent Registered on Labor Day, Sep 3, 1934, to W.G. Fountaine in Briggsdale, O., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 1223. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6159   image[Vermont] Woodstock, Rising Sun, two strikes tie 17¢ postage on a Dec 24, 1928 Registered cover to Alton, N.H., signed by Woodstock Postmaster, J.S. Brownell, Very Fine. Only used 50-75 times, according to Loso & deWindt.
Loso-deWindt 1253. (Image)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6160   image[Virginia] Banner, American Flag in purple, two Very Fine strikes tie 18¢ postage on Flag Day, Jun 14, 1934 Registered cover to Thomas Cornish in Chicago Ridge, Ill., with an attractive 3-color Nelson White Flag Day cachet, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-43. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM

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