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U.S. Stamps continued...

Telegraph Stamps and Sanitary Fair continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
5281 S 16T42 imageWestern Union Telegraph Co., 1911, green, Specimen uncut panes (Scott 16T42), block of 12, comprising two full and two partial booklet panes, imperforate-between, printed tête-bêche and with American Bank Note Company imprint below; each stamp overprinted "SPECIMEN" in red with security punch; fresh; a couple selvage creases and perforation separations, otherwise Very Fine. (Image) Suggested Bid $500-750
Selling for...$250.00
Will close during Public Auction
5282 BKS 16T42 imageWestern Union Telegraph Co., 1911, green (Scott 16T42), booklet pane of 4, o.g., never hinged, a fresh pane with clean color and detail; red plate number 35769 in top selvage (where booklet staples left their imprint), each stamp overprinted "SPECIMEN 0000" in red and with security punch in signature panel, Very Fine, an uncommon find. (Image) Suggested Bid $250-350
Selling for...$130.00
Will close during Public Auction
5283 P 16T44TC1 var. imageWestern Union Telegraph Co., 1913, brown, trial color large die proof on bond paper (Scott 16T44TC1 var.), 122 x 147 mm, immaculate, Very Fine, Scott unlisted. (Image) Suggested Bid $200-300
Selling for...$100.00
Will close during Public Auction
5284 WV15 imageSanitary Fair, Stamford, Conn., 1864, 15¢ pale brown (Scott WV15), o.g., previously hinged, an incredibly rare stamp, here with clean impression and margins capturing all four framelines (close but clear at top right); tiny inclusions not mentioned on accompanying certificate, Very Fine or better, only 12 examples of this stamp recorded, with 2007 P.F. certificate. (Image)
Scott $4,250
Suggested Bid $3,500-5,000

Selling for...$1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
Postal Stationery
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
5285 S   imagePost Office Department, OFFICIAL BUSINESS, Registry Return Receipt, on buff, manuscript "Specimen" endorsement, front and back, rare and possibly unique example, clean, a desirable showpiece; minor corner wear and creases, Very Fine. (Image) Suggested Bid $500-750
Selling for...$250.00
Will close during Public Auction
5286 U9 imageEnvelope, 1854, Nesbitt 1st Issue, 3¢ red, "THREE" in medium wide label with curved ends (Scott U9), 5 unused entires, pen addressed to Edward Russell & Co. in Boston, with printed letter indicating they are for "our correspondents … when you have any intelligence to communicate", Very Fine, most unusual. (Image) (Image2)

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Scott $700 as mint
Suggested Bid $400-600

Selling for...$200.00
Will close during Public Auction
5287 U33 imageEnvelope, 1860, 10¢ green on buff (Scott U33), entire, crisp and sharp, perfectly intact and unstuck flap, very scarce entire in this condition; slight discoloration around edges, Very Fine to Extremely Fine. (Image)
Scott $3,250
Suggested Bid $750-1,000

Selling for...$375.00
Will close during Public Auction
5288 U74a//U107 imageEnvelope, 1870-71, Reay Issue, 1¢ to 90¢ 27 different (Scott U74a//U107), mint cut squares, nice margins and color, Fine to Very Fine. (Image)
Scott $3,500+
Suggested Bid $750-1,000

Selling for...$375.00
Will close during Public Auction
5289 E E36Aa imageEnvelope, 1869, N.B.N.C. 2¢ Numeral essay, lilac on white, vignette embossed (Undersander E36Aa), a size 7 entire with Pirie & Son watermark; light all-over yellowing on the front, minor mounting remnant on the reverse, otherwise Very Fine.
Scott 79-E27 var. (Image) (Image2)

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Undersander $700
Suggested Bid $300-400

Selling for...$150.00
Will close during Public Auction
5290 S U294S//U331S imageEnvelope, 1897, 1¢-5¢ entires, "Universal Postal Congress" overprinted (Scott U294S//U331S), group of 59 entires, plus the extremely rare original box (!); four duplicate entires; #U304S and U317S are missing; otherwise all different sizes; entires are fresh and Very Fine, and while the box shows wear, only a few are known (one sold in Weiss Auctions' Sale 142 for $2,875); catalogue value for entires approximately $6,000. (Image) Suggested Bid $2,000-3,000
Selling for...$1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
5291 o U308 imageEnvelope, 1887, 2¢ green on blue, die 1 (Scott U308), cut square, with strong color and emboss on fresh paper, cancelled at lower left by partial duplex; cut-to-shape with solid margins; diagonal crease, otherwise Very Fine, one of the great rarities of postal stationery, with only four cut squares (two mint, two used) and two used entires recorded, with 2020 P.F. certificate. (Image)
Scott $4,250
Suggested Bid $3,000-4,000

Selling for...$1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
5292 U453 var. imageEnvelope, 1920, 2¢ on 2¢ carmine, die 3, albino impression (Scott U453 var.), on part of a cover to San Francisco, Fine to Very Fine. The lot also contains a U470A with double impression, used in 1937. (Image)
Scott $3,500 as normal
Suggested Bid $750-2,000

Selling for...$375.00
Will close during Public Auction
5293 U642 var. imageEnvelope, 1999, 33¢ Flag (Scott U642 var.), entire, red inverted, with flag stripes in lower left and back of envelope, Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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Suggested Bid $200-300
Selling for...$100.00
Will close during Public Auction
5294 S UO24 imageWar Dept., 1873, 6¢ vermilion on cream (Scott UO38), mint legal-size entire; a wee bit of a stain at the far left edge, otherwise Very Fine, only an estimated 6-8 exist, according to the U.P.S.S. catalogue.
UPSS WD40.
(Image)

Scott $22,500 as normal
Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000

Selling for...$750.00
Will close during Public Auction
5295 o UO72a imagePostal Savings, 1911, 2¢ carmine on manila, color error (Scott UO72a), cut square, wavy line machine cancel, large margins all around, choice example of scarce error, Very Fine to Extremely Fine. (Image)
Scott $1,000
Suggested Bid $300-400

Selling for...$150.00
Will close during Public Auction
5296 UX3a imagePostal Card, 1873, 1¢ brown on buff (Scott UX3a), unwatermarked, used in 1876 from Buckland, Ct. to Ellington, Conn.; message on the reverse mentions the 1876 Centennial Exhibition, Fine to Very Fine. (Image)
Scott $775
Suggested Bid $300-400

Selling for...$150.00
Will close during Public Auction
5297 S UX8S-K imagePostal Card, 1885, 1¢ brown on buff with "SPECIMEN" overprint (Scott UX8S-K), overprint over indicia and in frame at center, entire, rare and desirable item; slight thin and adhesion from mounting on right side of back, Fine. (Image) Suggested Bid $250-350
Selling for...$130.00
Will close during Public Auction
5298 UX9d imagePostal Card, 1886, 1¢ black on salmon pink (Scott UX9d), remarkably fresh and clean, Extremely Fine. A choice example of this rare card,

It was long believed that the pink stock was used as a marker to divide stacks of 500 sheets. However, in Bill Falberg's article in the July/August 2012 issue of
Postal Stationery, the author theorizes a more logical explanation: that the printer, Daggett, who used this salmon pink stock to print registry return receipt cards for the Post Office, simply inadvertently mixed the card stock. (Image)

Scott $1,500
Suggested Bid $750-1,000

Selling for...$375.00
Will close during Public Auction
5299 P UX17P imagePostal Card, 1902, 1¢ black on buff, the "full-face McKinley", die proof (Scott UX17P), a fresh mint card imprinted "Die Proof of McKinley Postal Card, Issue of 1901" at the bottom, only a small natural paper inclusion below the indicia keeps this card from perfection, Very Fine. An excellent example of this rare proof.
Undersander UX17Paa.

A great opportunity to fill your space for this iconic postal card that is missing from all but the most advanced collections
. (Image)

Undersander $3,000
Suggested Bid $1,000-1,500

Selling for...$500.00
Will close during Public Auction
5300 UX21e imagePostal Card, 1910, 1¢ blue on bluish, "four arcs pointed" variety (Scott UX21e), fresh and choice, scarce variety; preprinted address and message with year date scratched out, otherwise Very Fine to Extremely Fine. (Image)
Scott $900
Suggested Bid $500-750

Selling for...$250.00
Will close during Public Auction

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