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United States 1917-29 Issues continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
8221 P 567P1 image1922 20c carmine rose, large die proof, die sunk on card, signed by the Postmaster General (Harry S Neu), serial number (1211988) on back, h.r., v.f., rare, cat. $1000 (Cat No. 567P1) (Image)

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SOLD for $700.00
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8222 P 571P1 image1922 $1 violet brown, large die proof removed from card and trimmed, fine, cat. $1500 (Cat No. 571P1) (Image)

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8223 nhbl 573 image1923 $5 carmine & blue, center-line block of four, n.h., natural gum crease at top left, fresh, fine-v.f., with 2015 PSE certificate, cat. $825 (Cat No. 573) (Image)

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SOLD for $290.00
Will close during Public Auction
8224 bl 573a image1923 $5 carmine lake and dark blue, block of six, boxed Chicago cancels, well centered, fresh color, v.f., with 2019 PFC, cat. $235 (Cat No. 573a) (Image)

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SOLD for $170.00
Will close during Public Auction
8225 nhbl 581-591 image1923 1c-10c, complete set in blocks of four, n.h., fine-v.f. (catalogued as singles) cat. $1485 (Cat No. 581-591) (Image)

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SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction
8226 ogbl 581-91 image1923 Perf.10, 1c-10c Plate No. Blocks of four, complete set, l.h. or h.r., few n.h., usual centering, mostly fine or better, cat. $3080 (Cat No. 581-91) (Image)

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SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction
8227 og 594 image1923 Rotary perf. 11, 1c green, part original gum, usual centering, tiny thin spot, otherwise fine, one of only eight (!) known with original gum, with 1971 and 2008 PFCs. One of the rarest 20th Century United States stamps in unused condition (the 1c green, Scott 594, is waste from a horizontal rotary printing used to make coils. At the beginning or end of a coil-stamp print run from the 170-subject rotary plates, some leading or trailing paper was produced that was too short for rolling into 500-stamp rolls. In 1919 the Bureau devised a plan to salvage this waste by perforating and cutting the sheets into panes. They were put through the 11-gauge flat-plate perforator in use at the time, giving the sheets full perforations on all sides. The existence of Scott 594 was not reported until four months after the final sheets were delivered, and the 1c Rotary perf. 11 was soon recognized as one of the rarest United States stamps) cat. $65000 (Cat No. 594) (Image)

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8228 O 594 image1923 Rotary perf. 11, 1c green, used, well centered with design clear of the perforations on all sides, fresh color, small repair at upper left, otherwise v.f., seldom seen in such condition, with 2019 PSE certificate (catalogue value is for a stamp with perforations touching the frameline on one side) cat. $10500 (Cat No. 594) (Image)

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SOLD for $5,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
8229 ogbl 595 image1923 2c carmine, top Plate No. 14131 and 14732 block of four, each with star, l.h., some gum skips, usual centering, rare, cat. $4200 (Cat No. 595) (Image)

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8230 E 620-21 image1925 Norse-American, seven different FDCs, each with set of two, addressed to Phillip Ward, fine-v.f., cat. $350 (Cat No. 620-21) (Image)

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SOLD for $95.00
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8231 P 627P2 image1926 2c Liberty Bell, small die proof on india paper, large margins all around, fresh and v.f., rare, cat. $1500 (Cat No. 627P2) (Image)

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SOLD for $900.00
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8232 nh 634b image1926 2c carmine lake, n.h., well centered, fresh and v.f., with 2019 PSE certificate for a pair from which it originated, cat. $425 (Cat No. 634b) (Image)

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SOLD for $350.00
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8233 P 645P2 image1927 2c Valley Forge, small die proof on india paper, large margins all around, fresh and v.f., extremely rare, cat. $1500 (Cat No. 645P2) (Image)

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SOLD for $900.00
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8234 P 649P1 image1927 5c Aeronautics, large die proof, die sunk on card, signed by the Postmaster General (Harry S. Neu), serial number (146710) on back, faint ageing, otherwise v.f., extremely rare, cat. $1500 (Cat No. 649P1) (Image)

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SOLD for $900.00
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8235 nhogbl 658-679 image1929 Kansas-Nebraska, complete sets in blocks of four, each with two stamps hinged, two n.h., fine-v.f., cat. $2881 (Cat No. 658-679) (Image)

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SOLD for $575.00
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United States 1930-79 Issues
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
8236 P 689P2 image1930 2c Von Steuben, small die proof on india paper, large margins all around, fresh and v.f., rare, cat. $1500 (Cat No. 689P2) (Image)

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SOLD for $900.00
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8237 nh 843-47 1939 Presidential Coils, 1c-10c complete rolls of 500, generally unopened with intact wrappers, also additional coil roll of 500 of 4 1/2c (1059), n.h., fine-v.f., scarce holding, cat. $16000 (Cat No. 843-47)

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SOLD for $1,600.00
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United States Modern Issues
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
8238 nh 1145var image1960 4c Boy Scouts of America, two misperforated varieties, n.h., v.f. (Cat No. 1145var) (Image)

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8239 nh 1610c image1979 $1.00 Rush Lamp & Candle Holder, intaglio brown color inverted, n.h., v.f. The so-called CIA invert is one of the best known inverted color errors in United States philately. These stamps were discovered by an on-duty CIA employee who teamed up with some colleagues to purchase the pane from a post office. Saving a copy each, the group later sold the bulk of the sheet to a prominent stamp dealer. News of the error reached CIA officials who sought to claim ownership, and US Postal authorities tried to recover the stamps. Official queries, threats, and even job losses followed the group until the sale of the pane was ruled legal. Only about 80-85 copies are accounted for, cat. $17500 (Cat No. 1610c) (Image)

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SOLD for $12,000.00
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8240 Pbl 1789Pg image1979 John Paul Jones, 15c finished design, imperforate bottom sheet margin Plate Number block of 10, n.h., v.f. (Cat No. 1789Pg) (Image)

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