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Session Eight (lots 3412-3672): Thursday, October 22, 2020, at 1:30pm continued...

Postage Due
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
3631 og Image2c Brown (J2). Original gum, lightly hinged, crisp impression, well-balanced margins, Extremely Fine, with 2004 P.S.E. certificate (Image)

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$ 425.00

SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
3632   Image3c Brown (J3). Enormous Jumbo margins, exceptional centering, neat "DUE" handstamp cancel, Extremely Fine Gem, a most uncommon copy of a common stamp, with 2006 P.F. certificate (Superb 98 Jumbo), by way of comparison, the highest grade awarded by P.S.E. is a 95 (Image)

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$ 6.00

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
3633   Image10c Brown (J5). Light blue New York Pearls cancel, gorgeous rich color, sharp impression on fresh paper, outstanding centering and wide margins, Extremely Fine Gem, a beautiful stamp, ex "Golden Oak", with 2000 and 2014 P.F. certificates (XF-Superb 95 XQ) (Image)

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70.00

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
3634 ogbl Image30c Brown (J6). Block of four, original gum, crisp impression, few trivial natural inclusions, Fine (Image)

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$ 1,500.00

SOLD for $225.00
Will close during Public Auction
3635 og Image50c Brown (J7). Original gum, h.r., crisp impression, Very Fine and choice, with 2013 P.F. certificate (Image)

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$ 600.00

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
3636° nh Image1c Deep Brown, Special Printing (J8). Mint N.H., radiant color and detailed impression with the distinctive deep cameo seen on the back of the Special Printings

FINE. A RARE MINT NEVER-HINGED EXAMPLE OF THE ONE-CENT POSTAGE DUE SPECIAL PRINTING.

The 1c, 2c and 3c are undoubtedly the rarest values of the American Bank Note Co. Postage Due Special Printings, although the sold quantities in the official records are relatively high. William E. Mooz, in an article on the 1c appearing in Chronicle 170, May 1996, offers evidence to support his theory that the actual number of true Special Printings sold was significantly lower than the reported figures. For the 1c, Mooz estimates 500 sold, but it is possible that as many as 400 purchased by G. B. Calman were destroyed. It is widely accepted that nearly 9,000 1c stamps sold as Special Printings were actually regular issues.

With 1995 P.F. and 2018 P.S.E. certificates. Listed but unpriced as Mint N.H. Scott value as hinged (Image)

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$ 16,000.00

SOLD for $3,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
3637 ng Image1c Deep Brown, Special Printing (J8). Unused (no gum), deep rich color and proof-like impression

FINE EXAMPLE OF THE RARE ONE-CENT POSTAGE DUE SPECIAL PRINTING.

The 1c, 2c and 3c are undoubtedly the rarest values of the American Bank Note Co. Postage Due Special Printings, although the sold quantities in the official records are relatively high. William E. Mooz, in an article on the 1c appearing in Chronicle 170, May 1996, offers evidence to support his theory that the actual number of true Special Printings sold was significantly lower than the reported figures. For the 1c, Mooz estimates 500 sold, but it is possible that as many as 400 purchased by G. B. Calman were destroyed. It is widely accepted that nearly 9,000 1c stamps sold as Special Printings were actually regular issues.

Ex "Laila". With 1990 and 2005 P.F. certificates. (Image)

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$ 6,500.00

SOLD for $1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
3638 og Image2c Deep Brown, Special Printing (J9). Original gum, lightly hinged, detailed impression, three wide margins

VERY FINE ORIGINAL-GUM EXAMPLE OF THE RARE 2-CENT POSTAGE DUE SPECIAL PRINTING.

The 1c, 2c and 3c are undoubtedly the rarest values of the American Bank Note Co. Postage Due Special Printings, although the sold quantities in the official records are relatively high. William E. Mooz, in an article on the 1c appearing in Chronicle 170, May 1996, offers evidence to support his theory that the actual number of true Special Printings sold was significantly lower than the reported figures.

With 2008 P.F. certificate (Image)

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$ 15,000.00

SOLD for $5,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
3639 ng Image2c Deep Brown, Special Printing (J9). Unused (no gum), deep rich color and proof-like impression, small thin spot at upper right

VERY FINE APPEARING EXAMPLE OF THE 2-CENT POSTAGE DUE SPECIAL PRINTING.

The 1c, 2c and 3c are undoubtedly the rarest values of the American Bank Note Co. Postage Due Special Printings, although the sold quantities in the official records are relatively high. William E. Mooz, in an article on the 1c appearing in Chronicle 170, May 1996, offers evidence to support his theory that the actual number of true Special Printings sold was significantly lower than the reported figures.

With 2019 P.F. certificate (Image)

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$ 6,000.00

SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
3640 ng Image3c Deep Brown, Special Printing (J10). Unused (no gum), bright color and detailed impression, choice centering for this difficult issue

EXTREMELY FINE. THE 3-CENT IS POSSIBLY THE RAREST OF THE POSTAGE DUE SPECIAL PRINTINGS, AND IS EXTREMELY ELUSIVE IN SOUND AND CENTERED CONDITION.

Although 436 copies were reported sold, it is believed that 100 copies were destroyed in the Calman lot. A thorough search of the marketplace, combined with conversations with dealers and collectors, has confirmed the extreme rarity of this stamp.

Ex Hoffman and "Laila". With 1950, 1995 and 2008 P.F. certificates. (Image)

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$ 8,000.00

SOLD for $8,500.00
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3641 og Image5c Deep Brown, Special Printing (J11). Disturbed original gum, rich color, couple small to tiny thin spots

FINE APPEARING EXAMPLE OF THE SCARCE 1879 5-CENT POSTAGE DUE SPECIAL PRINTING.

It has been estimated that only 249 of the 5c Postage Due Special Printing reached the public.

With 1994 and 2017 P.F. certificates. Small backstamp (Image)

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$ 13,000.00

SOLD for $2,500.00
Will close during Public Auction

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