• Login (enter your user name) and Password

    Please Login. You are NOT Logged in.

  • To see new sales and other StampAuctionNetwork news in your Facebook newsfeed then Like us on Facebook!

Login to Use StampAuctionNetwork.
New Member? Click "Register".

StampAuctionNetwork Extended Features

StampAuctionNetwork Channels


 
You are not logged in. Please Login so that we can determine your registration status with this firm. If you have never registered, please register by selecting [Membership.Register] and check the box for this auction firm if you want to bid with them. Then Login.      Listen to Live Audio!
 

logo

U.S. Postal History continued...

Postmarks by State continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
5021   image[Texas] San Antonio, mostly clear Jul 24 c.d.s. tied a 6¢ dull pink (169) on a neat cover to Jacksonville, Ill.; reduced just a tad at the right, Very Fine. Addressed by Union and U.S. General, Benjamin Grierson, to his wife. (Image)
Selling for...$16.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5022   image[Texas] Seguin, clear Jun 12, 1909 duplex handstamp on a 1¢ postal card (UX20) soliciting payment of $2.10 to the Seguin Mutual Aid Association (a life insurance co-operative), the card was then remailed as a receipt for the payment by adding a 1¢ Franklin tied by a Jun 21 Seguin duplex handstamp; light bent at the right, Fine to Very Fine. Included is an article explaining this once-common practice of remailing postal cards. (Image)
Selling for...$14.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5023   image[Texas] Spur, mostly clear duplex handstamp, Feb 8, 1915, ties a 1¢ green on a cover to Crosbyton, Tex.; upper left corner damaged in openting, Fine. (Image)
Selling for...$10.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5024   image[Texas] Taylor, purple 3-line REGISTERED cancel, Nov 3, 1898 ties 2¢ & 8¢ First Bureaus on a cover to Milwaukee, Wis.; backstamped Milwaukee on Nov 7; return address is Beyersville, Tex., Very Fine. (Image)
Selling for...$14.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5025   image[Texas] Tyler, mostly clear Mar 11 c.d.s. on an attractive illustrated advertising cover for a Tyler Land Agent franked with a 3¢ green (184) to Hillsborough, N.C., Fine to Very Fine. (Image)
Selling for...$13.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5026   image[Texas] Van Horn, clear c.d.s., Jun 1, 1890, on 3¢ green entire (U306) to El Paso, Tex. and backstamped there the same day, Fine to Very Fine. (Image)
Selling for...$13.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
Railroad Covers
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
5027 X-26-c, RF IV image[Alaska] JUNEAU & SITKA, R.P.O., NORTH (Towle X-26-c, RF IV), choice c.d.s., Jun 28, 1940, ties a 1¢ Famous American (869) on a postcard to New York City; the reverse bears a manuscript "missent" and a "SEATTLE & SEWARD R.P.O., SOUTH" dated Jul 4, Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

image

Suggested Bid $50-75
Selling for...$20.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5028 SE-1-a, RF V image[Alaska] (SEA)TTLE & SEATT(LE, R.P.O.) (Towle SE-1-a, RF V), partial Sep 13 "RMS" duplex ties a 1¢ green (331) on multicolor Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition picture postcard to Grand Forks, N.D., Fine to Very Fine. A scarce Streetcar marking., Ex-Wyer. (Image) (Image2)

image


Selling for...$16.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5029 X-40-d, RF VI image[Alaska] TANANA RIVER, R.P.O., EAST (Towle X-40-d, RF VI), mostly clear "RMS" duplex, Jul 20, 1934, cancels a 3¢ Byrd Expedition commemorative (733) on a cover to early Philadelphia stamp dealer, Willard Snyder, Very Fine. (Image)
Selling for...$20.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5030   image[Arizona Territory] TERMINUS, ARIZ., clear magenta Feb 4 (1880) c.d.s. duplexed with a target killer on a pristine 1¢ postal card (UX5) to Tucson, A.T.; message datelined Casa Grande, Extremely Fine. A great example of this rare station agent's marking.
Towle 963-S-1, RF IX. (Image)
Suggested Bid $500-750
Selling for...$110.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5031   image[California] S. F. & S. J. R. R./17 MILE HOUSE, Very Fine blue c.d.s., Jan 9, 1863, on a cover franked with a 1¢ blue (63) (and, presumably a 2¢ black (73), which has since been cut out and is no longer present) canceled by San Francisco "cogwheels" with a Jan 9 San Francisco c.d.s. alongside; to North Whitefield, Me.; reduced just a tad at the left, Very Fine except for the missing stamp. A previously unrecorded San Francisco & San Jose station agent's marking.
Towle 980-S-2? RF ???

17 Mile House was the first station north of San Mateo.
(Image)
Suggested Bid $300-400
Selling for...$40.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5032   image[Colorado] D. & RIO G., partial undated circle with a second, even less complete strike cancelling a 3¢ green entire (U83) to Grand Rapids, Mich.; dcd "Atherton Farm Colo, Aug 31 - 1873"; backstamped with a Sep 8 Grand Rapids carrier c.d.s.; reduced at the left with a small stain at top, Fine. An exceedingly rare marking and likely the listing example.
Towle 953-H-1, RF X. (Image)
Suggested Bid $500-750
Selling for...$40.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5033   image[Colorado] DEN. & DEER VALLEY, AGT., faint, mostly complete c.d.s. (Feb) 15, on a 3¢ green entire (U164), with a Denver Commission Merchants' corner card cover, to Fairplay, Colo.; redirected to Webster, Colo. with a purple Feb 20 Fairplay c.d.s., and finally to Denver with no additional markings, Fine. Possibly Towle's listing example.
Towle 954-C-1, RF VIII. (Image)
Suggested Bid $400-600
Selling for...$40.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5034   image[Colorado] PUEB. & CAN. CITY, AGT., mostly clear c.d.s., Dec 1, along with cork cancels tie three 1¢ gray blue (206) on a Tabor House (hotel), Gunnison, Colo. corner card cover; to New Haven, Conn. and backstamped there on Dec 6, Fine to Very Fine.
Towle 953-A-1, RF VII. (Image)
Suggested Bid $400-600
Selling for...$40.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5035 953-A-1, RF VII image[Colorado] PUEB. & CAN. CITY (AGT.) (Towle 953-A-1, RF VII), light, partial Dec 9 c.d.s. with a clear "E" killer cancelling a slightly damaged 3¢ green (184) on a cover to Pierrepont Manor, N.Y.; reduced slightly at the left, Fine to Very Fine. (Image)
Selling for...$20.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5036 955-D-1, RF VIII image[Colorado] (SO. PUE)B & CONEJOS (AGT.) (Towle 955-D-1, RF VIII), incomplete Sep 29 c.d.s. with a quartered cork killer on a 3¢ green entire U163 with an Alamosa, Colo. BanK corner card to Putnam, O. and backstamped at Zanesville, O. on Oct 3; light stain in center, Fine to Very Fine. A rare marking, listed by Towle with an "N" killer. (Image)
Selling for...$16.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5037 907-S-2, RF VII image[Colorado] UNION PACIFIC RY./KIT CARSON, COL. (Towle 907-S-2, RF VII), partly weak, but complete rimless blue oval, Aug 7, 1886, on a 1¢ postal card (UX3) to New York City with a partial New York receiver at the upper left; small faults, but a very scarce Colorado station agent's marking, Fine. (Image) (Image2)

image


Selling for...$20.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5038 Unlisted (350-?) image[Georgia] GENERAL SUP'TS OFFICE/A. & G. R. R. (Towle Unlisted (350-?)), clear blue double oval datestamp, Oct 3, 1870, on a clean yellow cover franked with a straight-edged 3¢ green (147) tied by a blue Savannah, Ga. duplex of the same date, Very Fine. An unlisted Atlantic & Gulf Railroad marking. (Image)
Selling for...$20.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5039 890 var. image[Idaho] "Ter U N R R / Oct 14th 78" (Towle 890 var.), manuscript marking on a 1¢ postal card (UX5) to Bozeman, Mont.; card is a Bill of Lading/Shipment Notification from E.G. Maclay & Co. with printed dateline, "Terminus U. N. R. R.", shipping 10244 pounds of Merchandise by Amiott(?) Bull Train., Very Fine. An unlisted marking of the Utah Northern Railroad, the terminus being Franklin, Idaho.,

On April 30, 1878 the Utah Northern Railroad was reorganized as the Utah & Northern Railway Co. The E.G. Maclay Co. was apparently using up their supply of cards with old railroad name.
(Image)
Suggested Bid $100-150
Selling for...$16.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM
5040   image[Illinois] CHI. COTT. GRO. AVE., R.P.O., [Trip] 6, mostly clear c.d.s., Dec 2, 1896, with a cork killer on a 1¢ postal card (UX12) to Trenton, N.J.; faint vertical crease, otherwise Very Fine. This Chicago Streetcar marking, which predates the U.S.R.P.O. Catalog's listing by 19 years, differs in that it includes "AVE.", lacks "TR" in the trip number, and has a plain cork killer.
Towle CH-3-h var., RF VIII. (Image)
Suggested Bid $200-300
Selling for...$28.00
Closing..Jan-17, 09:00 PM

Previous Page, Next Page or Return to Table of Contents


StampAuctionCentral and StampAuctionNetwork are
Copyright © 1994-2019 Droege Computing Services, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
Back to Top of Page