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Session Ten (lots 3819-4104): Friday, October 23, 2020, at 1:30pm continued...

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Lot Sym. Lot Description  
3996   1847-57 Issues, Certified Balance. 28 used stamps, nearly all accompanied by a P.F. or P.S.E. certificate, including No. 1 with blue "10" handstamp cancels, Nos. 7 (two), 9 (two), 10, 10A, 11 (two from Position 92L2L, triple transfer), five other Nos. 11 or 11A, 17, 20 (two, one double transfer), 22 (double transfer), eight No. 24 including red carrier cancel, red star, red town, other cancels, No. 35 with blue Wells, Fargo cancel, mix of centering and a few with a small flaws, overall an attractive and Fine-Very Fine balance, Scott value exceeds $3,000.00

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E. $ 750-1,000


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3997   ImageSmall 3c 1851 Balance (11A). Two stamps, first No. 11A in a shade that approaches Plum but called Claret on P.F. certificate, from Positon10L2L with interpane margin and centerline at right, other margins full, "New Orleans La. Mar. 26, 1857" circular datestamp, vertical crease at left, Very Fine appearance, with 2020 P.F. certificate, second No. 11A in a Deep Claret, accompanied by signed card from Dr. Amonette stating Position 24L1L "Orange Brown" but offered as is, Very Fine (Image)

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$ 30.00


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3998   1851-56 Issue Balance. Five items, including 43P5 single, 44P1 hybrid, No. 7 from Position 94R1E, No. 10A from Position 49L0, No. 11A from Position 11L3, last and best is 44P1 hybrid as always, margins to in on the singles, Fine-Very Fine

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E. $ 300-400


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3999   1c-90c 1861-66 Issue (62B, 63-65, 67-73, 75-77). 15 items, including two 90c (different shades), variety of cancels, No. 64 manuscript, 24c is No. 70a, No. 76 is a horizontal pair with s.e. at left, typical mixed condition, Very Good-Fine appearance

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$ 5,813.00


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4000   Image1c-30c 1869 Pictorial Issue (112-117, 121, 123). Choice group of eight used singles, seven are 1869 Issue plus 1c Re-Issue, each with four margins including some quite wide, fresh colors, neat cancels including targets, "N. York Steamship" on 10c, trace of red transit on 6c, each stamp is sound and at least Very Fine if not Extremely Fine, a high-quality group, each with P.F. or P.S.E. certificate including 12c graded VF-XF 85 (Image)

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$ 1,541.00


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4001   1870-88 Bank Note Issues, High Quality Used Collection. Choice collection of 45 used stamps mounted on album pages, nearly every stamp certified and all selected for eye appeal with balanced margins, bright colors and neat cancels, including National Grilled Issue Nos. 134 and 136, National Ungrilled Nos. 149, 151, 152 (two, one with red NYFM cancel), 153 and 155, 1873 Continental Issue complete less the 24c and 90c, with extra Nos. 160 and 165, range of American Bank Note issues to the 90c and Small Bank Notes including 90c, many better cancels present including a few colored, fancy and some NYFM, nearly all stamps are certified and many are graded XF 90 with a couple higher or lower, fresh and Extremely Fine group, far better than the usual Bank Note balance, 49 P.F. or P.S.E. certificates accompany, see our website PDF for complete scans of both the stamps and certificates

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E. $ 4,000-5,000


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4002 og Image50c-$5.00 Columbian (240-245). Original gum, rich colors, few faults including $1.00 thins, $4.00 creases and $5.00 thin, appear Fine-Very Fine, $1.00 with 1984 P.F. certificate (Image)

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$ 8,125.00


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4003 og Image50c-$2.00 1894-1902 Issues (260-261, 262, 275-277, 312). Original gum, few h.r., rich colors, few faults, appear Fine-Very Fine, four with Weiss certificates (Image)

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$ 8,015.00


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4004   Image50c-$2.00 Trans-Mississippi (291-293). Group of 14 used stamps, including four 50c, eight $1.00 and one $2.00, mostly registry oval or duplex cancels, centering varies with several quite attractive, few small flaws to be expected, overall a Fine appearing group and very useful with the large number of the iconic $1.00 (Image)

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$ 7,525.00


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4005 og Image1894-1902 Bureau Issues, Multiples Balance (247/319). Group of six plate blocks of six, one block of four and approximately 18 imprint and plate no. strips of three, original gum, plate blocks of six include Nos. 247, 272, 301 (one stamp separated but included), 302, 308 and 319, block of four of No. 274, plate strips represent a range of unwatermarked, watermarked and new colors issues, better include Nos. 254, 271 and 273, some disturbed gum or h.r. present and perhaps a few small flaws, overall Fine-Very Fine, Scott value more than $7,000.00 (Image)

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E. $ 1,000-1,500


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4006 og Washington-Franklin Issues, High Quality Collection. Attractive collection of original-gum stamps mounted on deluxe custom album pages, high degree of completion including Perf 12 coil singles plus No. 350 pair (P.S.E. certificate), good coverage of the other coils including some pairs and line pairs, Bluish Paper including 1c-2c and 10c (reperfed, P.F. certificate), sheet stamps are nearly complete, missing only a few plus the rarities, some gum issues to be found and a few small faults, there is also a decent amount of Mint N.H., overall the collection appears fresh and Fine-Very Fine, 16 certificates accompany, see website PDF for a complete scan

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E. $ 5,000-7,500


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