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The Civil War, featuring the 'Ambassador' Collection continued...

Lithographed Issues (Scott 3-4) continued...
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213 ogbl Image5c Blue, Stone 2 (4). Block of 40 crossing two transfers of the transfer stone, top five rows are Positions 1-5/41-45, sequence repeated for bottom three rows, recognized plate varieties are Pos. 1 smeared "E" of "Postage", Pos. 5 scarred "E" of "Postage", Pos. 13 closed curl lower right, Pos. 21 spur upper left and Pos. 25 Goose Neck, deep rich color, large margins, original gum, usual brown gum toning and slight creasing caused by gum -- considered to be normal condition for large General Issue blocks and not even noted on accompanying certificate

A VERY FINE AND IMPRESSIVE MULTIPLE. ONE OF THE LARGEST KNOWN BLOCKS OF THE 5-CENT BLUE LITHOGRAPH.

Only two or three larger blocks have been recorded. With 1992 C.S.A. certificate. Scott value for blocks of four and pairs (without premium for plate varieties) (Image)

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$ 12,900.00

SOLD for $3,750.00
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214 ngbl Image5c Dark Blue, Stone 2 (4a). Left margin block of four, unused (no gum), ample margins other sides, deep rich color, top left stamp light vertical crease, overall appears Very Fine, bottom left stamp is Extremely Fine, with 2014 P.F. certificate, Scott value as four singles with original gum (Image)

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$ 1,100.00

SOLD for $400.00
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215 c Image5c Blue, Stone 2 (4). Large margins to clear, rich color, tied by "Glennville Ala. Jun. 26" circular datestamp on cover to Eufaula Ala. with "Ragland & Birch Wholesale & Retail Grocers & Commission Merchants" etc. red embossed cameo corner card, address crossed out and re-addressed to Glennville so the postage overpaid the drop letter fee, flap tears extend just into front at top of corner card, slight soiling, still Very Fine and attractive, ex Walcott and Hughes (Image)

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E. $ 400-500

SOLD for $1,100.00
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216 c Image5c Blue, Stone 2 (4). Large margins to clear, tied by neat "Charleston S.C. Jun. 25" (1862) circular datestamp on overpaid drop rate cover addressed to "Charleston P Office S.C. At the Charleston Hotel", some slight wear, Very Fine (Image)

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E. $ 200-300

SOLD for $225.00
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217 c Image5c Blue, Light Milky Blue, Stone 3 (4, 4b). Two very different shades, each with large margins to slightly in on one side, tied by two strikes of blue "Charlottesville Va. Jul. 2, 1862" double-circle datestamp on cover to Mary Spalding care of Col. Toney in Eufaula Ala., Milky Blue stamp has pre-use crease, minor edgewear, Fine and attractive use on the second day of the new 10c rate for all distances, ex Knapp and Hall (Image)

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E. $ 300-400

SOLD for $375.00
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218 c Image5c Blue, Stone 2 (4). Vertical pair, large margins to just in at left including bottom right corner sheet margins, tied by "Savannah Geo. May 12" circular datestamp on Screven House gray overall illustrated hotel advertising cover to Okolona Miss., Eaves N.Y. imprint, sender's route directive "Via Mobile Ala.", slightly reduced at left, some edge tears, pair with minor toning and small tear at upper right in sheet margin only

VERY FINE. A SCARCE CORNER SHEET-MARGIN PAIR OF THE 5-CENT BLUE LITHOGRAPH ON AN OVERALL HOTEL ADVERTISING COVER.

Ex Dr. Brandon (Image)

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E. $ 2,000-3,000

SOLD for $1,800.00
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219 c Image5c Blue, Stone 2 (4). Horizontal pair, sheet margin at right, full at bottom and slightly in at top, affixed upside down and cancelled by light strike of New Orleans double-circle datestamp on 1862 gray and light violet wallpaper cover to Opelousas La., stamp with some edge toning and "surface scrapes" described on accompanying certificate, still Very Fine, a most unusual and desirable adversity cover with the wallpaper design on the outside rather than the inside of the envelope, ex Felton, with 1995 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. $ 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,400.00
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220 c Image5c Blue, Stone 2 (4). Horizontal pair, stunning deep rich color, huge margins to touched with portions of adjoining stamps at bottom, tied by double-struck "Mobile Ala. Jun. 5, 1862" double-circle datestamp on buff cover to Dr. George W. Bagby in Richmond Va., fresh, Very Fine and choice, Dr. Bagby was a prominent Virginia physician, lecturer, humorist and essayist, writing under the name "Mozis Addums", ex Gross (Image)

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E. $ 500-750

SOLD for $325.00
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221 c Image5c Blue, Stone 2 (4). Used with 5c Light Blue, De La Rue (6), both with large margins to barely in at top, tied by bold "Charleston S.C. Aug. 23 186(?)" circular datestamp on "Dunham, Taft & Co. Manufacturers & Wholesale Dealers in Boots & Shoes, Charleston S.C." colorless embossed corner card cover to Columbia S.C., pinhole in cover not affecting stamps, Very Fine, a beautiful and very scarce combination of issues on an embossed corner card cover, ex Karrer and Gimelson, with 2015 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000

SOLD for $1,700.00
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222 c Image5c Light Milky Blue, Stone 2 (4b). Large margins to clear, bright shade, used with 5c Blue, De La Rue (6), tied by "Mobile Ala. Mar. 17, 1863" double-circle datestamp on oatmeal cover to Osyka Miss. and forwarded to Summit Miss., manuscript "Forwd. Due 10" at upper left, "Osyka Miss. Mar. 20" circular datestamp, stamps with light creases, Very Fine and scarce combination franking to pay the 10c rate, ex Dr. Brandon (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000

SOLD for $900.00
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223 c Image5c Light Milky Blue, Stone 2 (4b). Horizontal pair, large margins to just in at left, tied by "Louisburgh C.H. N.C. Aug. 22" (1862) circular datestamp and used as forwarding postage on yellow cover to Petersburg Va., first used with 5c Blue, De La Rue (6), tied by "Mobile Ala. Apr. 14" double-circle datestamp, bold "5" in circle handstamp crossed out, to Louisburgh N.C., missing top flap, few edge tears, left stamp tear at top right, still Very Fine and attractive use, ex Dr. Brandon (Image)

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E. $ 500-750

SOLD for $600.00
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