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United States 1875 Reprints of the 1857-61 Issue continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
41 ng 45 image1875 24c blackish violet, unused without gum as issued, typical centering, beautiful color, fine, only 479 sold, with 2019 PFC, cat. $3000 (Cat No. 45) (Image) (image 41a)

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SOLD for $1,900.00
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42 ng 46 image1875 30c orange yellow, unused without gum as issued, usual centering, bright color, few shorter perforations as often, fine, with 2019 PFC, cat. $3000 (Cat No. 46) (Image) (image 42a)

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SOLD for $1,400.00
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43 ng 47 image1875 90c blue, unused without gum as issued, deep intense color, few shorter or slightly blunted perforations at bottom, still fine, with 1952 and 2019 Philatelic Foundation Certificates, ex-E. J. Huber, cat. $3500 (Cat No. 47) (Image) (image 43a)

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SOLD for $1,400.00
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United States 1861 Premiere Gravure
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
44 ng 55 image1861 1c indigo, Premiere Gravure (August Issue) unused without gum, usual centering, deep and rich color, rounded upper left and lower right corners, two tiny tears at right, fine appearance, with 1951 (clear) and 2019 Philatelic Foundation Certificates, ex-Huber. Siegel Census records 25 copies (including one in the Miller Collection), approximately half with faults, this copy recorded as number 55-UN-16 (currently listed in Scott catalogue as 63-E11e, catalogued as unused without gum). This example has not been seen since 1951 (at that time, the Premiere Gravure stamps were listed as Scott 55-62, with an editor's note stating "It is doubtful that Nos. 55, 56, 57, 59, 61 and 62 were regularly issued." Beginning with the 1991 U.S. Specialized Catalog, the Premiere Gravure issues, including Scott 58, were moved to the Special Printings section of the catalog. A footnote stated that "No. 62B unused cannot be distinguished from No. 58, which does not exist used." An Essays section was added to the 1992 Scott U.S. Specialized catalog and the Premiere Gravure issues were renumbered and listed in the Essays section or Trial Color Proofs section of the catalog. In the 2003 U.S. Specialized catalog, Scott recognized that the former 58 and the current 62B actually were the same stamp, and 58 was deleted from the listings. In the 2009 Scott U.S. Specialized catalog, the Premiere Gravure issues were grouped together in a special section titled "1861 First Design Essays and Trial Color Proofs." The Premiere Gravure issues also are listed in the Essays and the Trial Color, Die and Plate Proofs sections. Their current numbers, with original numbers in parentheses are: Scott 63-E11e (55), 65-E15h (56), 67-E9e (57), 69-E6e (59), 70TC6 (60), 71TC6 (61), and 72-E7h (62), cat. $50000 (Cat No. 55) (Image) (image 44a)

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SOLD for $15,000.00
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45 nh 56 image1861 3c brown rose, Premiere Gravure, never hinged, fresh color, centered slightly to top, fine, with 2019 PFC (currently listed in the Scott Catalogue as number 65-E15f; catalogue value for hinged) cat. $550 (Cat No. 56) (Image) (image 45a)

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SOLD for $280.00
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46 og 57 image1861 5c brown, Premiere Gravure, unused with original gum, h.r., beautiful deep color and sharp impression, small corner crease at top left, otherwise fine, with 2019 PFC. Siegel Census records a total of 37 examples of this rarity, of which one is in The New York Public Library collection, two are canceled, 19 have no gum, five have part original gum and ten have full (or nearly full) original gum. The copy offered here does not appear on the census, ex-Caspary cat. $30000 (Cat No. 57) (Image) (image 46a)

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SOLD for $8,000.00
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47 og 59 image1861 12c intense black, Premiere Gravure, unused with large part original gum, well centered, beautiful color, tiny thin spot at top, otherwise v.f., pencil signed R.H. Weill, with 1962 and 2019 Philatelic Foundation Certificates, ex-R.H. Weill Co. The 12c intense black is the rarest of the "First Designs", with only 16 copies recorded (including one in the Miller Collection at the New York Public Library), at least 10 with various faults. This copy has not been seen since 1969, Siegel Census 59-OG-08 (currently listed in Scott catalogue as 69-E6e) cat. $90000 (Cat No. 59) (Image) (image 47a)

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SOLD for $29,000.00
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48 og 61 image1861 30c red orange, Premiere Gravure, clear August shade, unused with original gum, fairly well centered, but with long, hinge reinforced vertical crack (tear) and gum soaks, fine appearance, with 1951 and 2019 Philatelic Foundation Certificates, ex-Huber. There are only 33 copies recorded (including one in the Miller Collection at the New York Public Library), with at least 20 with various faults. This copy has not been seen since the 1950s, Siegel Census 61-OG-15 (currently listed in Scott catalogue as 71TC6) cat. $40000 (Cat No. 61) (Image) (image 48a)

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49 ng 62 image1861 90c blue, Premiere Gravure, unused without gum, deep and fresh August shade, slightly faded at the left of medallion, tiny purple ink spot at bottom left, fine example of this rare Premiere Gravure, with 1950 and 2019 Philatelic Foundation Certificates. There are only 22 copies recorded (including one in the Miller Collection at the New York Public Library), and nearly half are defective. This example has not been seen since 1950 H.R. Harmer sale and is No 62-UNC-14 in the Siegel Census (currently listed in Scott catalogue as 72-E7h) cat. $50000 (Cat No. 62) (Image) (image 49a)

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SOLD for $10,000.00
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50 ng 62a image1861 90c blue, Premiere Gravure, imperforate single, unused without gum, margins all around, small thin spot, fresh and v.f. example of this rarity, with 2019 PFC (currently listed in Scott as number 72-E7g, $5,500 for a pair with gum) (Cat No. 62a) (Image) (image 50a)

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SOLD for $900.00
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United States 1861-66 Issue
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
51 ng 62B image1861 10c green, Premiere Gravure, deep rich color, unused (regummed), fine, with 1951 (listed as Scott 58) and 2019 Philatelic Foundation Certificates, ex-Huber (catalogued as unused without gum) cat. $3600 (Cat No. 62B) (Image) (image 51a)

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SOLD for $950.00
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52 og 64 image1861 3c pink, unused with full original gum, h.r., radiant unmistakably pink color, well centered, nice color, slightly short perf at top and small corner crease at bottom left, v.f., ex-Caspary (3c pink is one of the most difficult stamps to find well centered, original gum, with fresh color. Due to the nature of ink used to print the Pink shade, with exposure to light and other adverse elements, the color tends to oxidize and fade over time) cat. $14000 (Cat No. 64) (Image) (image 52a)

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SOLD for $2,200.00
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53 og 66 image1861 3c lake, unused with large part original gum, incredibly fresh and rich color, fine, with 2019 PFC, cat. $2000 (Cat No. 66) (Image) (image 53a)

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SOLD for $550.00
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54 ng 67 image1861 5c buff, unused without gum, couple of shorter perforations, good color, fine appearance, with 1952 (unused but regummed) and 2019 Philatelic Foundation Certificates (catalogued as unused without gum) cat. $10500 (Cat No. 67) (Image) (image 54a)

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SOLD for $1,800.00
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55 og 70a image1861 24c brown lilac, unused part original gum, h.r., beautiful and delicate color, fresh and fine stamp, with 1952 and 2019 Philatelic Foundation Certificates, ex-Huber, cat. $3250 (Cat No. 70a) (Image) (image 55a)

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SOLD for $950.00
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56 og 70b image1861 24c steel blue, unused with large part original gum, h.r., usual centering, slightly short perf at top left, otherwise a fine example of this rare shade, with 1960 and 2019 Philatelic Foundation Certificates, cat. $16500 (Cat No. 70b) (Image) (image 56a)

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SOLD for $2,600.00
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57 og 70d image1861 24c pale gray violet, unused with original gum, h.r., good color and well centered, reperforated at left, still fine and very rare shade, with 1957 (as No.60, genuine, unused) and 2019 Philatelic Foundation Certificates. A 24c pale gray violet unused with original gum is one of the most difficult U.S. stamps to obtain, cat. $25000 (Cat No. 70d) (Image) (image 57a)

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SOLD for $5,500.00
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58 ng 72 image1861 90c blue, unused without gum, well centered with wide margins, v.f., with 1952 and 2019 Philatelic Foundation Certificates (catalogued as unused without gum) cat. $1200 (Cat No. 72) (Image) (image 58a)

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SOLD for $550.00
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59 ng 74 image1861 3c scarlet, unused without gum, fresh color and well centered, tiny perforation flaws and a light horizontal bend at top, fine appearance of this rare trial printing, with 2019 PFC (many examples of the 3c scarlet are either somewhat faded or poorly centered, the copy offered here is quite nice, catalogued as unused, previously hinged, not catalogued without gum) cat. $7000 (Cat No. 74) (Image) (image 59a)

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SOLD for $2,000.00
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60 og 75 image1861 5c red brown, unused with full original gum, h.r., nice color and well centered, small thin spots and few short perforations at right, fine appearance, with 2019 PFC, cat. $5750 (Cat No. 75) (Image) (image 60a)

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SOLD for $675.00
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