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

1870-88 Bank Note Issues continued...
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
8244 c Image2c Red Brown, 3c Green, H. Grill (135, 136). Two 2c, two strips of three 3c (one with s.e., both well-centered), tied by five strikes of New York Foreign Mail Star cancel (Weiss ST-8P11) on 1873 cover with printed address to Lima, Peru, red "New York 12 May 10" credit datestamp, Lima receiving backstamp (May 31), Extremely Fine, an outstanding Bank Note Grilled Issue franking for the 22c rate to Peru, ex Moody, Albert and "Andromeda" (Image)

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E. $ 400-500


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8245 c Image7c Vermilion, 15c Orange (149, 152). Tied by two strikes of quartered cork cancel, "Portchester N.Y. Jul. 13" circular datestamp on cover to Lima, Peru, from the Davis correspondence, red "New York 12 Jul. 15" credit datestamp, receiving backstamp, cover with small edge tears at bottom, 7c with tiny edge tear, Very Fine appearance, a colorful and scarce franking for the 22c rate to Peru (Image)

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E. $ 200-300


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8246 c Image24c Purple (153). Cancelled by bold quartered cork, "Brooklyn N.Y. Jun. 28" (1873) circular datestamp on cover to Buenos Ayres, Argentina, red New York 8c credit circular datestamp, with original contents, slight edgewear, Very Fine (Image)

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E. $ 200-300


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8247 c Image10c Brown (161). Vertical strip of three, deep rich color, tied by three strikes of "New-York May 31" (1877) duplex datestamp and oval on cover with part-printed address to Para, Brazil, red "New York Jun. 2" backstamp, red crayon "80" centimes credit (16c), red London "Paid" datestamp, Pernambuco backstamp, Extremely Fine, overpaid for 21c rate (5c GPU-based credit to G.B.) in effect from January to June 30, 1877, ex "Andromeda" (Image)

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E. $ 150-200


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8248 c Image3c Green, H. Grill (136). Vertical pair, clear grill points, tied by corks, "New York Jul. 25" (1873) circular datestamp on cover to London, England, addressed to J. V. Painter, discoverer of the 4c Blue Columbian Error, minor edgewear, Fine (Image)

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E. $ 75-100


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8249 c Image6c Carmine (148). Tied by segmented cork cancel, "Great Falls N.H. Mar. 4" (1872) circular datestamp on cover with printed address to navy personnel aboard the U.S.S. Plymouth in care of B. F. Stevens in London, England, red New York and London transit datestamps, red "United States Despatch Agent, B.F. Stevens, London, Mar. 18, 1872" oval datestamp, Very Fine, ex "Andromeda" (Image)

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E. $ 75-100


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8250 c Image3c Green (158). Horizontal pair, beautifully centered, tied by light quartered cork cancels, "Indianapolis Ind. Jun. 22" (1876) circular datestamp on fresh buff cover to London, England, with "If you don't catch him" running chicken design for exterminators, red New York and London "Paid" and transits, Extremely Fine, printed corner cards such as this inspired Waterbury postmaster John W. Hill to carve his famous Running Chicken fancy cancel, ex Hubbard and "Andromeda" (Image)

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E. $ 100-150


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8251 c Image3c Green (158). Horizontal pair, tied by purple segmented cork cancels, "Zanesville O. Jul. 20" (1878) circular datestamp on cover to Liverpool, England, red receiving datestamp, Very Fine (Image)

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E. $ 40-50


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8252 c Image1c Ultramarine (145). Four, tied or cancelled by segmented cork with duplex "New Orleans La. Nov. 4" (1870) circular datestamp on folded cover to Troyes, France, sender's route directive "Via Belgium", red "New-York Nov. 9" transit datestamp, red London backstamp (Nov. 21), "GB/40c" Anglo-French accountancy handstamp but without the "5" decimes due marking normally applied to British Open Mail covers, some stamp faults and possibly repairs, Fine appearance, an intriguing cover, ex "Andromeda" (Image)

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E. $ 200-300


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8253 c Image1c Ultramarine (156). Horizontal strip of four, perfs in, bright shade, tied by quartered cork cancels, "Castine Me. Jul. 14" (1874) .circular datestamp on unsealed buff cover to Paris, France, red "New York Paid to England Jul. 15" transit datestamp, red London backstamp (Jul. 27), Calais transit datestamp (Jul. 28), partly clear strike of "GB/1F" Anglo-French accountancy handstamp for printer matter struck below strip, "5" decimes due handstamp, Paris backstamps, manuscript "Refused" on back and other notations indicate this was sent back to the D.P.O. in Boston, Very Fine, rare use of this Anglo-French accountancy handstamp, an article by Jeffrey C. Bohn (Chronicle 143, Aug. 1989, p. 112) states "In theory, printed matter sent from the U.S. to France in the British open mails during this period should also have received the "GB/1FPK" accountancy marking previously employed during the first three months of 1857 (Period V above). However, no examples have been reported", this unsealed envelope which must have contained printed matter is such an example, ex "Andromeda" (Image)

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E. $ 200-300


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8254 c Image1c Ultramarine, 3c Green (145, 147). Tied by New York Foreign Mail Grid cancel on 1871 folded letter to Lyons, France, red "New York Jan. 11" circular datestamp, red London backstamp (Jan. 23), Brest receiving datestamp (Jan. 25), "GB/40c" Anglo-French accountancy handstamp, Lyons receiving backstamp, horizontal file fold clear of stamps, 1c tiny perf tear at right, Fine, scarce franking for 4c British Open Mail rate to France, used before the 10c British Mail rate was announced in October 1871, ex "Mercedes" and "Andromeda" (Image)

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E. $ 150-200


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