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U.S. Postal History and U.S. Gold Goins continued...

1861-68 Issues continued...
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
8184 c Image3c Rose (65). Tied by perfect strike of "Harrisburgh Pa. Apr. 19" circular datestamp with fancy square ornament on cover to Philadelphia, cover with small repaired corner at top left not affecting stamp or any markings, Very Fine strike of this rare and unusual postmark, with 2010 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. $ 300-400


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8185 c Image3c Rose (65). Two covers, each with single 3c Rose tied by bold strike of large "W" fancy cancel (Rohloff K-17) and Waterbury double-circle datestamp, June 30 and July 12, 1866 respectively, both addressed to Canaan Conn., fresh and Very Fine, a lovely pair of Waterbury fancy cancels on covers mailed to the same recipient 12 days apart, with 2014 P.F. certificates (Image)

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E. $ 500-750


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8186 c Image3c Rose (65). Socked-on-the-nose cogwheel cancel, matching "San Francisco Cal. Jan. 28, 1864" double-circle datestamp on cover to Virden Ill. originating in mining camp in British Columbia with British Columbia & Vancouver Island, 1860, 2-1/2p Dull Rose (2) tied by "Paid" oval handstamp, struck again to the left, pencil note indicates letter was dated Dec. 6, 1863 (no longer present), red crayon "10" representing U.S. postage paid at origin but overpaid since the rate was lowered to 3c in July 1863 (U.S. 3c stamp applied by GPO in British Columbia correctly prepays rate), "General Post Office, British Columbia, 20 Jan. 1864" double-circle datestamp on back, certificate notes 2-1/2p has small toned spot and small vertical crease at bottom, as well as light cover soiling, Very Fine, extremely rare mixed franking, ex Wilkinson, Walske and "New Helvetia", with 2004 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000


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8187 c Image12c Black (69). Two, used with 3c Rose (65), tied by target cancels, "Fulton Ill. Jul. 16" (1867) circular datestamp on buff cover to Westernieland, Holland, light strike of New York Am. Packet circular datestamp and crayon "5" cents credit, red London Paid transit datestamp, Dutch receiving backstamp, stamps with some margin flaws from placement at edge of cover, Fine appearing and scarce use to Holland paying the 27c rate for British Mail via England, ex Gliedman (Image)

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E. $ 300-400


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8188 c Image12c Black (69). Used with 1c Blue and 15c Black (63, 69), tied by target cancels and "Newport R.I. Jan. 8, 1866" double-circle datestamp on cover to Leipzig, Saxony, Germany, sender's directive "Via Prussian Closed Mail", red "New York Paid All Br. Transit Jan. 8" datestamp also tying stamps, blue "Verviers Coeln" and receiving backstamps, slightly reduced at left and some minor edgewear, Fine and colorful franking, the Prussian Closed Mail route was closed as of Jan. 1, 1868, so this was sent by North German Union Closed Mail and thus overpaid by 13c, ex Vogel and Gliedman (Image)

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E. $ 150-200


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8189 c Image12c Black (69). Tied by blue negative "T" in circle and matching "Toledo O. Nov. 16" (1868) circular datestamp on small cover to U.S.S. Swatara in care of B. F. Stevens in London, England, red "New York Paid All Nov. 1?" transit datestamp, red London receiving datestamp, red "United States Despatch Agent, B.F. Stevens, London Nov. 30" oval datestamp, minor corner wear, Very Fine, a wonderful combination of the fancy Toledo Negative "T" on a cover forwarded by the U.S. Despatch Agent in London, ex Gliedman (Image)

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E. $ 200-300


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8190 c Image12c Black (69). Two singles, tied by light strike of Illinois circular datestamp on buff 1865 cover to Livorno, Italy, magenta manuscript "18" credit, transit and receiving backstamps, red boxed "PD" handstamp, right stamp light corner crease at top right, some slight wear, still Very Fine use overpaying the 21c French Mail rate, ex Vogel (Image)

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8191 c Image24c Red Lilac (70). Rich color, well-balanced margins, tied by partly clear strike of "Andes N.Y. Jun. 2" (1865) circular datestamp, manuscript "21" in the device probably to correct date error, on buff First National Bank of Andes corner card cover to London, England, red "New York Am. Pkt. 3 Jun. 24" credit datestamp, London receiving datestamp front and back (July 5), fresh and Extremely Fine, a choice stamp on a pristine bank corner card cover to England (Image)

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8192 c Image30c Orange (71). Cancelled by clearly struck blue "Baltimore Md. Jul. 21 '65" double-circle datestamp before use on this cover, tied by red "New York Paid 18 Dec. ?" (1866) credit datestamp and reused on small cover to Switzerland, French transit also ties stamp, red boxed "P.D." handstamp, receiving backstamp, missing backflap and stamp with small tear at top right, Very Fine appearance, a remarkable use which "overpays" the 21c rate by French mail, the foreign mail office in New York must have been fooled into thinking this originated in Baltimore and was correctly prepaid, we have always thought the operations of cancelling stamps and marking letters for foreign credits etc. were done in two separate steps by two different clerks -- this supports that theory (Image)

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E. $ 200-300


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8193 c Image30c Orange (71). Used with 5c Brown (76), tied together by target cancels and 5c by "Portland Me. ? Sep." (1865) double-circle datestamp on small cover to St. Petersburg, Russia, red "Boston Br. Pkt. 14 Paid 13 Sep." credit datestamp, blue boxed "Aachen Franco" transit handstamp ties 5c, blue crayon "f" Prussian Mail rate notation, receipt and answer docketing, both stamps are affixed close to or slightly over edge but the affect on the perfs is minimal, Very Fine cover paying the 35c rate via Prussian Closed Mail (Image)

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E. $ 400-500


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8194 c Image3c Rose (65). Affixed to piece and inserted into Leeds Patent envelope which has been assembled in reverse, cancelled by cork, "Old Point Comfort Va. Sep. 16" double-circle datestamp to Vernon N.Y., Leeds patent window completely intact, some toning, otherwise Very Fine, probably unique used in this manner, ex Weiland and "Lake Shore" (Image)

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E. $ 500-750


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