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U.S. Postal History continued...

Modern Fancy Cancels continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
6161   image[Washington] Hellgate, Devil with Pitchfork in magenta, three perfect strikes tie 17¢ postage on a Jan 2, 1931 Registered cover to Floyd Shockley in Indianapolis, Very Fine. A marvelous example of this rare, and quite striking, cancel.
Loso-deWindt N-354. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6162   image[Washington] Lincoln, profile of Lincoln in octagonal frame in purple, Very Fine strike, with a Lincoln's Birthday, Feb 12, 1933 duplex handstamp alongside, ties a 3¢ Lincoln on a cover to Peoria, Ill., with an attractive Lincoln's Birthday cachet, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 658. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-02, 06:13 PM
6163   image[West Virginia] Blue Jay, large Blue Jay in light blue, two nice strikes, with a Jul 27, 1934 c.d.s. alongside, ties a 6¢ postage on a slightly larger cover to Dearborn, Mich., Very Fine. 12 days later than Loso & deWindt's last recorded usage.
Loso-deWindt 80. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6164   image[West Virginia] Hundred, "100", three Very Fine strikes tie 15¢ postage and cancel the indicia on 2¢ entire sent Registered on Jun 2, 1930 from W.H. Gilley to himself in Pacolet Mills, S.C., Fine. The only recorded date of use.
Loso-deWindt 567. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6165   image[West Virginia] Six, large "6" in purple, Very Fine strike, along with an Apr 7, 1930 duplex handstamp, tie a 2¢ Sullivan commemorative on a cover to Detroit, Very Fine. The earliest recorded date of use.
Loso-deWindt 1085. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6166   image[West Virginia] Star City, "Happy New Year" in purple, perfect strike, with a matching New Year's Day, 1933 c.d.s. alongside, ties a 3¢ William Penn commemorative on a cover to W.H. Gilley in Chicago, with an attractive red & green New Year cachet, Very Fine. The only date of use.
Loso-deWindt N-730. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6167   image[Wisconsin] Genesee Depot, Arrow, five perfect strikes tie 17¢ postage, including two 2¢ Edison coil strips of 3, on a small, Oct 16, 1929 Registered cover from the cancel's designer, Walter C. Brink, to C.A. Paige c/o H.M. Brehm in Appleton, Wis., Very Fine. Three weeks later than Loso & deWindt's last date of use.
Loso-deWindt 406. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6168   image[Wisconsin] Genesee Depot, fancy 10-Point Star, three perfect strikes tie 17¢ postage, on a small, Sep 5, 1929 Registered cover from the cancel's designer, Walter C. Brink, to H.M. Brehm in Appleton, Wis., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 412. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6169   image[Wisconsin] Keshena, Arrowhead in purplishbrown, five bold strikes tie 17¢ postage on an Apr 16, 1930 Registered cover to Floyd Shockley in Indianapolis, Fine to Very Fine. Two months later than Loso & deWindt's last recorded date of use.
Loso-deWindt 621. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6170   image[Wisconsin] Nekoosa, 2-ring Target with center dot, Very Fine strike, with a Nov 9, 1937 c.d.s. alongside (possibly a duplex), ties a 1¢ Franklin on postcard to Norwood, O., with an unusual handstamped cachet, "A Bull's Eye/ (image of a Bull)/ Target Type Cancel Only at this Post Office"; the reverse is a printed ad from Milwaukee stamp dealer, Joseph F. Bronsky, offering FDCs of the upcoming Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands commemoratives by various cachet makers, Very Fine. Loso & deWindt note this cancels use only until Oct 1, 1935.
Loso-deWindt 791. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6171   image[Wisconsin] Seymour, Germanic "S", three bold strikes tie 17¢ postage on a tan Mar 27, 1929 Registered cover from Seymour Postmaster, George F. Fiedler to H.M. Brehm in Appleton, Wis., Fine to Very Fine. The only recorded date of use.
Loso-deWindt 1051. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6172   image[Wisconsin] Tomahawk, Tomahawk, four Very Fine strikes tie 17¢ postage on a Nov 4, 1929 Registered cover from H.M. Brehm to Chicago, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 1172. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6173   image[Wyoming] Diamond, Diamond, five bold strikes tie 20¢ postage on a Sep 23, 1929 Registered cover to Indianapolis; small, irrelevant tear on the reverse, Fine to Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 234. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6174   image[Wyoming] Freedom, "Spirit of '76" Fife Player & Drummers in a serrated oval in purple, Very Fine strike, with a matching July 4, 1935 c.d.s. alongside, ties a 3¢ California-Pacific Expo commemorative on a cover to N.O. Nouss in St. Louis with an unusual "Spirit of '76" cachet, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-318. (Image)


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
Regular Issues
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
6175 94 image1867, 3¢ red, F. grill (Scott 94), tied by a small blue split grid with a matching "SANDY SPRING/ MARYLD./ 12 mO./ 11" double circle datestamp on a neat cover to Washington D.C. with a Bible verse label affixed in the upper left corner, 2nd Chronicles, 11:4; top flap missing, Very Fine. (Image)

Get Market Data for [United States 94 ]


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6176 285 image1898, Trans-Miss., 1¢ dark yellow green (Scott 285), used to up-rate a 1¢ postal card to Alderney, Channel Islands, England, Jan 6, 1899; card is an illustrated ad for Proprietary Medicine Antikamnia & Codeine Tablets; bit of mounting damage on reverse, otherwise Very Fine. (Image)

Get Market Data for [United States 285 ]


CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6177   image1936, two Round-the-World covers, both sent from San Diego, one via Vatican City and Shanghai, China (62 days in transit); the other via Capetown, South Africa and Shanghai (136 days in transit; each with appropriate postage of Vatican, South Africa and China affixed and canceled, Fine to Very Fine. A most unusual pair. (Image)


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

U.S. Stamps

1851-1869 Issues (Sc. 9-119)
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
6178 o 9 image1852, 1¢ blue, type IV (Scott 9), Position 7R1L, the early state of this plate produced the popular Scott #5, this stamp is important because you can still see, in this late state, the double transfer and larger plumes at bottom, a great piece for any 1¢ 1851 Franklin collector or classic specialist, nice margins, only slightly cutting in at right and bottom, light town postmark, Fine. (Image)

Get Market Data for [United States 9 ]


Scott $90

CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6179 o 9 var image1852, 1¢ blue, type IV (Scott 9 var), light unobtrusive face free cancel; tiny corner crease, Choice Very Fine, Richard Cellar plating note. (Image)

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Scott $160

CLOSED
Closing..Jul-05, 09:00 PM
6180 o 9 var image1852, 1¢ blue, type IV (Scott 9 var), position 79L1L, recut top and bottom, light blue face free cancel; tiny scuff, handsome Very Fine appearance, only two positions so recut, Richard Cellar plating note. (Image)

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Scott $220

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

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