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Postal History

General Postal History by Issue
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
325 7, 9 image1851, 1¢ blue, types II & IV, Cover Collection (Scott 7, 9), 24, better include front and all-over back text for Postal Reform (franked with two stamps), #7 on 20 page booklet "Report of the School Committee of the Town of Fitchburg for the year 1856-57", #7 Pos. 86L1L double transfer (removed and hinged) on advertising cover, #9 with Dec. 1854 ball invitation, #9 on Iron Founders brown cameo cover with 1856 original letter, printed circulars include 1) datelined "Baltimore, Oct. 1, 1856" appointing an agent in NYC, 2) #9 pair on July 14 1855 from Ralli & Co. of New Orleans to London England with "2" and "PRINTED CIRCULAR" and New Orleans forwarders oval handstamps and 3) "American and Foreign Patent Agency, Cleveland Ohio", 4) #7 on produce commission merchants, also includes #9 pair tied by faint "Michigan Bar Cal. Apr. 5" circular datestamp, few very small faults as always, generally, Fine to Very Fine, see the entire lot online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,500-3,500
Currently Opening at...$1,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
326 10-11A image1851, 3¢ orange brown, type I & 1852, 3¢ dull red, type II, Postal History Collection (Scott 10-11A), an attractive holding of 80 covers or fronts, each singly franked by these imperforate stalwarts; a broad range of cover types are present, including Advertising, pierced-paper, a turned cover (#U2 entire), Mourning Cover, a Patriotic, one with additional acid-tied Blood's Local, Express, even several slavery-related; cancels run the gamut from black to red, blue and green, with "FREE", "PAID", "PAID 3"s, plenty of towns and grids, and more besides; the stamps themselves offer shades and several plate varieties/recuttings as noted by the consignor; generally fresh, but expect the usual wear and tear found on covers that went through the mail 170 years ago, generally Fine to Very Fine with better, fully imaged online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
327 20//24 image1857, 1¢ blue, type II, IIIA, V on Cover Collection (Scott 20//24), comprising #20 (4 including one with #26 and one with wedding invitation), #22 (6 including one pos. 74L4 with APEX cert; two with different City Delivery cancels, one on oversized front with pair of #26, one on circular "To the Regular Soldiers of the War of 1812, their Heirs or Assigns"), #24 (70 including single frankings include one with partial imprint, one with "Curl over "C"", 12 in combination with #26 (one to three including one to Canada), 2 with NYC red carrier, 4 with Baltimore carriers (3 blue; 1 black), 3 on wrappers), 18 franked with three examples including strips including one on Ellsworth red & blue Civil War Patriotic, one with partial imprint on red & blue flag & cannon Civil War Patriotic, one with vertical pre-printing paperfold, 2 with Kansas Territory cancels, one with ms. "Care U.S. Ex. Co."), few circulars including one Railroad meeting announcement, also includes #24 pair tied on piece by "Georgetown Oct. 15, 1861" circular datestamp which is a demonitized use, some faults as usual, overall, Fine to Very Fine, see the entire lot online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.8 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $5,000-7,500
Currently Opening at...$2,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
328 25, 26 image1857, 3¢ rose, type I & dull red type II, Postal History Collection (Scott 25, 26), 42 covers in total, neatly arranged on Scott stockpages, offering a wide range of uses and cancels; note Advertising and Corner Card covers, several Patriotics (including a "Contraband" caricature), Ladies Covers, a Mourning Cover, a Penny Post with Blood's acid tied, "Advertised"; cancels include green, red and blue, a Nebraska Territorial, various towns, PAID, WAY, "Paid 3", Steam/Steamboat, etc.; an attractive holding, but as with nearly all groups of covers this age, expect faults or wear to cover, stamp or both, Fine to Very Fine, see the entire holding online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
329 63, 68 image1861, 1¢ & 10¢ Postal History Collection (Scott 63, 68), comprising 48 pieces in total, 39 franked by 1¢, nine by 10¢, most single frankings but multiple and mixed frankings present as well; 1¢ holding includes circulars, Penny Post, USPO Dispatch, Mourning Cover, two State of Maine Adj't General's Office covers, Valentine's or Ladies Covers, page from a magazine, uprated entires, "Missent", Carriers and New York City Delivery; 10¢ group includes covers to New Brunswick, Canada (3), France and Germany, along with a multiple-franked Union Turned Cover (!); an appealing lot, several of the items with enclosures; condition varies, with some covers more travel-worn than others, generally Fine to Very Fine, see them all online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
Currently Opening at...$750.00
Will close during Public Auction
330 65 imageEnticing Collection 3¢ 1861 on Covers (Scott 65), mostly #65, 136 with strength in the 33 fancy cancels including Skinner-Eno PP-Fl21, LS-D12, ST-D51, Columbus "Prison Bars" (2), negative propeller in circle of South Windhall, five pointed star in circle of Auburn NY, hollow spokes of Davenport Iowa, Leominster Stovepipe (2), blue framed "X" of Evanston Mass., Leaf of Nashville Ten., negative "N" of Norwalk CT, "Z" of Zanesville Ohio, masonic of Charlestown NH, negative "OK" of Ballston NY, Philaelphia mummers, "US" of New Berne NC, negative blue "US", "US" in shield of Albany NY, soldier's cap of Washington DC, shields of Cambridge and Boston MA, and fancy geometric of New Bedford Mass to Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, 35 advertising with some all-over, one Valentine, four with original enclosures, few shades including #64b pair, also includes 3 fronts and two "on piece" and one off cover, neatly organized in Scott Specialty album, few faults as usual, generally, Very Fine, strikes, see the entire lot online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,500-5,000
Currently Opening at...$1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
331 65 image1861 Issue, Town Postmark Collection (Scott 65), over 550 stamps and over 100 covers mostly with town circular datestamps, also includes 1¢ (20 stamps and two covers), 10¢ (9 stamps), 12¢ (2 stamps), 24¢ (2 stamps), 30¢ (14 stamps) and 90¢ (1 stamp), mounted on homemade Scott pages in Scott Specialty album, mixed condition, Fine, appearing; non 3c issues Scott $6,510; see the entire lot online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
Currently Opening at...$500.00
Will close during Public Auction
332 153 imageBank Note Issues on Covers (91) with better including high value frankings, printed matter with advertising, and cancels, high value frankings including legal sized with 15c & 6c, 15c pair plus #209 & #210, 12c & 3c, 30c & 3c on advertising package front, 30c strip of three (cut down and rebacked front), 15c strip of three, 30c plus 3c and three 2c, #153 plus 6c and 3c (#153 on cover has a catalog value of $1,500), printed matter with advertising including #146 on Boynton's Machinery Agency Hartford CT printed circular, cover with the original medicine to "mix with one Pint of hot water (Strain) and is ready for use", #210 on publishers advertising cover with original letter on company letterhead, Dry Good price list thick booklet with 1c issue, #156 & #178 on 1878 bankruptcy notices, #146 on Charleston SC part printed 1874 gas bill, #209 on all-over horse pulling "hay rake" from Denver to Ft. Collins CA, cancels include stars from many different citites including 3c pair on 1878 Official Business legal sized cover to Yankton Dakota Terr., 6c tied by 1882 Freeport NY purple cds and star to Edgartown Mass., 3c with perfectly struck blue "W" in circle of Chicago, 1c & 2c tied by "Laramie Wyo." (Territorial) cds, #213 & J16 on Potomac River Steamboat Cover with "STEAMBOAT" & "DUE 2" handstamps, 5c Taylor pair ttied by NY Supplementary Mail cancels to Italy, #178 tied by purple "Washington D.C. Local" and quartered cork handstamp with matching carrier backstamp and original enclosure, also includes facsimile of 5c Taylor printed on cover postally used, three mourning covers (one to France, one with original letter), and more, mixed condition, overall, Fine to Very Fine, appearing lot, see everything online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
Currently Opening at...$750.00
Will close during Public Auction
333 281 image1890-95 Issue Interesting Cover Assortment, 62, half of which are advertising with better including all-over front and back US Mail Pouch design, legal sized "The Houseboat Company" with original enclosures, stunning "International Stock Food" multicolor all-over front and back, Remington gun front and back in blue, Longman & Martinez with multicolor map on reverse, 8 x 5 in. postcard with all-over ad on back, cigarmakers franked by five 10c #282 (front only), cover with building to East India with 14 backstamps from multiple countries including many Dead Letter Office, also includes #281 block of six on legal sized cover to Italy, Indian Territory cancel, 3 franked with plate no. strips of three, 3 oversized square Valentines, 3 morning covers with one to Germany, and two bank tags (not in count), variety of frankings and cancels, few faults as always, Very Fine, lot, see all 64 items online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image) (Image2)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
Currently Opening at...$500.00
Will close during Public Auction
334 J imagePostage Due Covers Assortment, approximately 50 mostly Civil War period through early 20th century covers with postage due frankings and/ or due markings in manuscript or by rubber stamp, starts with a couple of Civil War patriotics with different "Due 3" handstamps, other auxiliary markings include "Hold For Postage:, "U.S. Charge to Collect", "Collect Postage 16 Cents", a manuscript "Due Over weight/ Three cents to pay-", Detroit provisional "Due 2" overprint on #267 on an 1895 cover, better due issue covers include J2 strip of four on incoming cover from Germany addressed to the German Legation in Washington DC, J18 pair on 1886 cover with NY City "opera glass" cancel, large fragment with five blocks of four J29 (some stamps faulty due to placement), also dues on incoming mails from GB, India, New Zealand, Hungary, Sweden, Chile, Tasmania, also foreign dues on outgoing US mail to Holland (also with return to sender and Dead Letter Office markings), Italy, etc. also some PO receipts, postage due bills, etc., very mixed condition but a still a Fine and useful group of postage due markings and frankings, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction

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