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U.S. Postal History continued...

1857-1930 Issues continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
7021 631 image1926, 1½¢ Harding, rotary press printing, imperf (Scott 631), block of 8 on a Washington First Day Cover - an airmail envelope with a C.E. Nickles corner card, Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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Scott $35+

CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7022 643-644 image1927, 2¢ Vermont & 2¢ Burgoyne (Scott 643-644), one of each placed at opposite corner of Bennington, Vt./Albany, N.Y. combination First Day Cover with a green Joshua Gerow Burgoyne cachet featuring a Continental Army drummer; canceled at Bennington at 7 a.m. and at Albany at 5 p.m.; addressed by Gerow to himself in Albany and redirected to Liberty, N.Y., Very Fine. he first Joshua Gerow cachet.
Planty 14. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7023 643-644 image1927, 2¢ Vermont & 2¢ Burgoyne (Scott 643-644), a plate number single of each on a Washington D.C. combination FDC canceled Central Sta. "1" duplex, Fine to Very Fine. (Image)
CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7024 644 image1927, 2¢ Burgoyne (Scott 644), block of 4 and single, paying the Airmail rate, on Cleveland, O. First Day Cover - a double-bar airmail envelope with tiny imprint Albert Gorham imprint, "FIRST DAY ISSUE---A. E. G."; flown on Aug. 5 to Pasco, Wash.; one stamp slightly damaged, otherwise Very Fine.
Planty 37. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7025 646 image1928, 2¢ Molly Pitcher (Scott 646), collection of 13 different FDCs including Planty numbers 2 (all 3 official towns), 9 (Freehold), 12 (Monmouth, N.J.), and 14 (2, Carlisle, Pa. and Harrisburg & Winchester R.P.O.); also A.C. Roessler corner card (Washington & Freehold), a block of 4 on a 2¢ Sesquicentennial entire sent Airmail (Freehold), and a plain FDC from each of the three towns, Fine to Very Fine. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7026 647-648 image1928, Hawaii complete (Scott 647-648), C.W. Best cacheted Honolulu First Day Cover sent Airmail to Des Moines, Ia. and forwarded to San Francisco with an Aug 23 Des Moines backstamp, Very Fine. The first C.W. Best cachet.
Planty 1. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7027 647-648 image1928, Hawaii complete (Scott 647-648), Honolulu First Day Cover on a 5¢ entire (U443) sent Special Delivery to Everett, Mass. with a 15¢ Special Handling (QE2) plate no. single added to make the 20¢ Special Delivery rate; Everett Special Delivery handstamp date Aug 24, Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7028 647-648 image1928, Hawaii complete (Scott 647-648), Washington First Day Cover to prominent Oakland, Cal. collector, Everett Erle, in Swakopmund, South West Africa with a block of 4 of 1d S.W.A. Postage Dues (J34, cat $26 used) canceled Swakopmund, Oct 8; central vertical file fold, otherwise Very Fine. A unique First Day Cover. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7029 649-650 image1928, Civil Aeronautics complete (Scott 649-650), D.A. Brosnan cacheted Washington D.C. First Day Cover, Very Fine. The first D.A. Brosnan cachet.
Planty 1. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7030 654 image1929, 2¢ Edison, flat plate printing (Scott 654), three different Menlo Park FDCs: 1.) Crosby cachet (Planty 33) with an all-over illustrated ad for Long Beach, Cal., "Nature's Convention Metropolis"; 2.) a Roessler airmail cover with additional 2¢ Valley Forge, Aero. Conference & Clark commemoratives; and 3.) a combination FDC bearing, in addition to the 2¢ Electric Light, two 2¢ Molly Pitcher (646), canceled on Oct 20, 1928, one at Freehold, the other at Red Bank; the Crosby cover has a small tear at the top, otherwise Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7031 654 image1929, 2¢ Edison, flat plate printing (Scott 654), plate block of 6 on an Albert E. Gorham Jun 5 Washington D.C. First Day Cover, Very Fine. The stamp wasn't released at the Washington Philatelic Agency until June 6.
Planty 2. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7032 657 image1929, 2¢ Sullivan Expedition (Scott 657), two FDCs: one Canandaigua by Benjamin Sonnenstein on a Union Civil War patriotic envelope, "The Last That Was Seen of Beauregard"; the other an unofficial town, Berwick, Me., with a green St. Jacob's Hotel, Richmond, Que. corner card; the latter has a light central file fold, otherwise Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7033 680 image1929, 2¢ Battle of Fallen Timbers (Scott 680), Waterville, O. First Day Cover with Official Post Office cachet and a calligraphic address, Very Fine. (Image)
CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7034 681 image1929, 2¢ Ohio River Canalization (Scott 681), three covers: two Oct 18 Pre-First Days with Floyd Shockley cachets (Planty 13 & 20)>, both with "Cleve. & Cin. R.P.O." duplexes; the third is a Wheeling, W.Va. cover franked with a block of 4 that has a rubberstamped/typed cachet and was sent Airmail, Fine to Very Fine. (Image)
CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7035 682 image1930, 2¢ Massachusetts Bay Colony (Scott 682), three covers: two - Boston & Salem - with E.J.S. Halverson rubberstamped cachets and characteristic calligraphic addresses (Planty 21a), the latter also with the Salem Chamber of Commerce cachet; the third is a unique Boston FDC with a neatly executed cachet made from cutout letters, words & images, Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7036 683 image1930, 2¢ Charleston (Scott 683), plate block of 8 on a Charleston FDC sent Special Delivery to Aurora, Ill, Fine to Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7037 688 image1930, 2¢ Battle of Braddock's Field (Scott 688), block of nine on a Washington FDC with a Society of Philatelic Americans corner card sent Airmail Special Delivery, Fine to Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7038 689 image1930, 2¢ Von Steuben (Scott 689), Unofficial FDC canceled Staten Island, N.Y., Saint George Sta. with rubberstamped "First Day Commemorative Cover" and the corner card of "Postal Markings" dealer, Harold P. Piser, Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
Airmail
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
7039 C11 imageAirmail, 1928, 5¢ Beacon, 4th Day (Scott C11), pair canceled Jul 28, 1928 at Middletown, Pa. on a cover with a rubberstamped cachet for Stultz Day in honor of Pennsylvania pilot Wilmer L. Stultz, addressed to Stutz, Mo. and backstamped Chicago, Kansas City and Stultz, Very Fine. Usages of the 5¢ Beacon between July 25 and August 1 are quite scarce,

A month earlier, on June 18, 1928, Wilmer L. Stultz and his co-pilot, Lou Gordon, flying the Fokker trimotor "Friendship", carried passenger Amelia Earhart across the Atlantic, making her the first female passenger to fly across the Atlantic.
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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM
7040 C11 imageAirmail, 1928, 5¢ Beacon, 4th Day (Scott C11), single used with an additional 5¢ postage on Jul 28, 1928 at Detroit Mich. on an airmail cover to Cheyenne, Wyo.; mistakenly identified on the reverse as a "pre-first day" because "Stamp issued in Detroit July 31st"; small tear at the upper left, otherwise Very Fine. Usages of the 5¢ Beacon between July 25 and August 1 are quite scarce. (Image) (Image2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Apr-11, 09:00 PM

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