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Cherrystone Auctions Sale - 0919

Worldwide Stamps and Covers

United States Postmasters' Provisionals Brattlebor
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1 E 5X1 image1846 5c black on buff, positions 9 and 10, each with three large margins, clear at bottom, canceled by red "Paid" straight-line, the stamp at top applied first and tied to lettersheet, the stamp below applied immediately after and struck again with "Paid", the impression ties through paper, and offset above, also on the back of the stamp, matching strikes of "Paid" and "Brattleboro Vt. Feb. 17" cds on 1847 blue folded letter addressed to James H. Wells at Hartford Connecticut, filing fold well clear of stamps and markings, v.f. Wells states "I received the inclosed letter yesterday", which substantiates the double 5c rate for weight exceeding a half ounce. It was discovered in 1936 along with two other folded letters to Wells in Hartford, each with a single Brattleboro stamp. The unpublished Brattleboro census by Philip T. Wall lists a total of 52 stamps, including 20 stamps on 19 covers. There are no recorded multiples of any size - this is the only multiple franking. Illustrated in Lidman's Treasury of Stamps (page 59) and Life magazine, "World's Rarest Stamps" (May 3, 1954), Ex Caspary, Weill, DuPuy and Wall, with 1989 Philatelic Foundation certificate, listed but unpriced in Scott. This is the only recorded cover with two of the Brattleboro Provisional stamps. Considered without exception as one of the most outstanding United States covers (last sold in a 2007 Siegel auction for $230,000 (including buyer's premium) (Cat No. 5X1) (Image) (image 1a) (image 1b)

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CLOSED
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
United States 1847 Issue
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2 OE 1,2 image1847 5c brown, 10c black used, first one canceled by pen and blue town postmark, the latter by red grids, margins all around, except the latter just touching at right, also additional 5c red brown, margins all around, tied by red grids on 1847 (Oct 18) outer FL from New York to Philadelphia, small flaws, fine appearance (Cat No. 1,2) (Image)

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SOLD for $575.00
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
3 O 1a image1847 10c dark brown, red cancel, margins all around, horizontal crease, fine appearance, cat. $800 (Cat No. 1a) (Image)

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SOLD for $150.00
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
4 O 2 image1847 10c black, right sheet margin horizontal strip of three, large margins at top including portion of adjoining stamps, cut in at bottom of the two left stamps, right stamp completely clear all around, tied by red grids on small piece, fine and attractive multiple, cat. $10000 (Cat No. 2) (Image)

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SOLD for $1,800.00
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
5 E 2 image1847 10c black, margins all around, little wrinkles at upper left, canceled and tied by pen on complete FL from Princeton, N.J. (dated July 27, 1847), with corresponding departure postmark in green at bottom, also clear "X" in green at upper right, filing folds away from the stamps, early first month of usage (stamp issued on 1 July) and scarce green cancel (Cat No. 2) (Image)

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SOLD for $900.00
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
United States 1851-57 Issue
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
6 O 10A image1851 3c orange brown, margins all around, canceled by red Poughkeepsie NY cancel on piece, v.f. (Cat No. 10A) (Image)

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SOLD for $160.00
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
7 E 17 image1851 12c black, horizontal pair with margins all around, beautiful fresh impression, canceled by blue Columbia, S.C. July 28 cds on cover to London, corresponding departure pmk at left, also red "Paid 13 Aug 1858 CW" alongside, splendid pair of 12c black on cover to England, ex-Waterhouse, cat. $750 (Cat No. 17) (Image)

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SOLD for $900.00
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
United States 1857-61 Issue
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
8 E 36 image1857 12c black, vertical pair, canceled by red grids on cover to Scotland, with red British Packet and London transit pmks, June 16, 1859 departure and July 1 arrival docketing, also "Ramornia, do letter from Jerusalem, the Italian War" handwritten at left, Ladybank, Scotland June 16 1859 arrival pmk on back, fine cover with interesting and cryptic messaging, cat. $850 (Cat No. 36) (Image)

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SOLD for $450.00
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
9 og 38 image1857 30c orange, h.r., tiny flaws, fine appearance, with Weiss certificate, cat. $1900 (Cat No. 38) (Image)

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SOLD for $240.00
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
United States 1861-66 Issue
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
10 Ebl 79-E8var image1861 3c green, Lowenberg Decalcomania, Plate Essay on Onionskin, se-tenant with French stamp design, vertical pair plus half of another pair of the U.S. essay at bottom with a block of four of the 1c green French stamp at top, fine and outstanding condition for this fragile paper, v.f. (According to an article in the Essay-Proof Journal, Lowenberg was also trying to secure a contract to sell his process to the French government, and this may have been integral to his attempt) (Cat No. 79-E8var) (Image)

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SOLD for $1,400.00
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
United States 1869 Pictorials
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
11 O 118 image1869 15c brown & blue, type I, black Cork cancel, nice colors, fine, with 2001 PSE certificate, cat. $800 (Cat No. 118) (Image)

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SOLD for $180.00
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
United States 1875 Re-Issue of the 1869 Pictorials
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
12 P 121TC image1875 30c dark carmine and yellow brown, trial color plate proof on card, h.r., v.f. (Cat No. 121TC) (Image)

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CLOSED
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
1870-71 National Bank Note Company (H.GRILL)
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
13 O 140 image1870 12c dull violet used, centered to top, with 1962 PFC, rare stamp, ex-R.H.Weill Co., cat. $3500 (Cat No. 140) (Image)

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SOLD for $500.00
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
United States 1881-1888 Banknote Issues
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
14 P   image1883 Andrew Jackson, engraved vignette in black, large die proof, die sunk on card, fine (Image)



SOLD for $350.00
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
United States 1893 Columbian Exposition
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
15 nh 241 image1893 $1 salmon, never hinged, with minor abrasions (having been slightly adhered to a $2 brown red), minor gum irregularities, fine (Cat No. 241) (Image)

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SOLD for $240.00
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
16 ngO 241,242 image1893 $1 salmon, $2 red brown, unused, also additional used $2, minor flaws, fine appearance, cat. $1525 (Cat No. 241,242) (Image)

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SOLD for $325.00
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
17 og 242 image1893 $2 brown red, unused with disturbed gum, good color, fine, cat. $1050 (Cat No. 242) (Image)

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SOLD for $230.00
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
18 nh 242 image1893 $2 brown red, never hinged, with gum offset (from the $1 salmon which was adhered), beautiful fresh color and fine (Cat No. 242) (Image)

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SOLD for $400.00
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
19 O 242 image1893 $2 brown red, Registry cancel, good color, fine, cat. $525 (Cat No. 242) (Image)

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SOLD for $150.00
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM
20 O 242 image1893 $2 brown red, light Registry cancel, good color and well centered, small thins, fine appearance, cat. $525 (Cat No. 242) (Image)

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CLOSED
Closing..Sep-17, 09:00 AM

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