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2020 Rarities of the World continued...

Revenues continued...
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
258 nhbl Image$1.00 1934 Hunting Permit (RW1). Mint N.H. top left corner plate no. 129201 block of six, fresh and bright color, selvage somewhat reduced, usual light natural gum skips and bends

FINE-VERY FINE MINT NEVER-HINGED PLATE BLOCK OF THE FIRST HUNTING PERMIT ISSUE, SCOTT RW1.

According to The Duck Stamp Story, multiples of RW1 were authorized to be sold only in the last two weeks that the stamp was available, which accounts for the rarity of plate blocks. (Image)

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$ 16,500.00

SOLD for $6,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
259 nhbl Image$1.00 1935 Hunting Permit (RW2). Mint N.H. top right corner plate no. F131981 block of six, deep rich color and detailed impression, small natural paper crease in bottom right selvage

FINE-VERY FINE MINT NEVER-HINGED PLATE BLOCK OF THE SECOND FEDERAL DUCK ISSUE.

Designed by Frank Weston Benson, this issue shows Canvasback ducks taking flight. These ducks are a diving species, which are highly migratory in the United States. That makes them especially fun to shoot dead. (Image)

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$ 12,500.00

SOLD for $3,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
260° E Image-1/2 lb. to 60 lbs. 1875 Tobacco Tax-Paid Stamps--Set of 12 Unique Working Models. The set of twelve values, each a working model of the design created from sections of borders, numerals, vignette, etc., printed on India paper and glued onto heavy card to resemble a finished stamp and presented as a suggested design for approval, the vignette is a female allegorical representation of Justice holding the U.S. Internal Revenue law and an assessor with a book of tax stamps, "National Bank Note Company, New York.” imprint at bottom

VERY FINE. A SPECTACULAR SET OF UNIQUE WORKING MODELS FOR THE BICOLORED SERIES OF 1875 TOBACCO STAMPS. THIS IS ONLY THE SECOND PUBLIC OFFERING OF THIS SET IN THE 145 YEARS SINCE IT WAS CREATED.

Until the 1989 Christie's sale of the Weill Brothers' stock, this extraordinary and unique set of models had never been offered publicly. It was part of the Philip H. Ward Jr. collection and inventory, purchased intact by the Weills from the Ward estate. Ward no doubt acquired the models along with significant portions of the legendary Hiram E. Deats collection. The Turner book of Revenue essays and proofs does not list this set.

An exciting offering of the 1875 Tobacco Tax-Paid models, available for the first time in 31 years. (Image)

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E. $ 12,000-15,000

SOLD for $12,000.00
Will close during Public Auction

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