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Session Three (lots 360-563): Thursday, October 29, 2020, at 1:30pm

On Cover: 5¢ Early Impressions
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
360° c ImageEarly impression 5¢ Dark Brown with Dot in "S" variety on cover marked "Paid by Stamp"

5¢ Dark Brown, Dot in "S" (1a), Position 69L, showing three dots to left of trifoliate ornament at left (the only position with three dots), three large margins, clear at top, intense shade and sharp impression, tied by red grid cancel with matching "Boston 5cts. 30 Aug." (1848) integral-rate circular datestamp on year-dated folded cover to West Millbury, Massachusetts, sender's manuscript "Paid by stamp" is a comment on the novelty of prepaying postage with adhesive stamps at this time in 1848, fresh and Very Fine, ex Krug and Saadi, signed Ashbrook (Image)

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E. $ 500-750


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361° c Image5¢ 1847 early impression on a cover with a blue company handstamp

5¢ Red Brown (1), deep rich shade and proof-like early impression, large margins to full, tied by red square grid cancel, matching "New-York Jun. 7" (1848) circular datestamp on folded letter with blue "Cyrus W. Field & Co., New York" company handstamp to South Lee, Massachusetts, Extremely Fine, Cyrus Field was a paper merchant who in 1858 led a group that financed the first telegraphic cable across the Atlantic, ex Boker (Image)

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E. 400-500


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362° c Image5¢ Dark Brown early impression on envelope with Buffalo fleuron oval datestamp

5¢ Dark Brown (1), huge margins to ample at bottom with portion of adjoining stamp at top, intense shade and early impression, light pre-use crease at left and scissors-cuts at upper right, cancelled by blue grid with matching beautifully bold strike of "Buffalo N.Y. Oct. 27" (1847) oval datestamp with fleurons on buff envelope to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Very Fine appearance and a very choice strike of this fancy datestamp, ex Boker (Image)

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E. $ 200-300


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363° c Image5¢ Dark Brown early impression on envelope with Buffalo fleuron oval datestamp

5¢ Dark Brown (1a), full to large margins, dark shade and proof-like impression, tied by blue grid cancel with matching clear strike of "Buffalo N.Y. Nov. 13" (1847) oval datestamp with fleurons on buff envelope to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, fresh and Very Fine, choice quality 5c cover with this fancy datestamp, ex Boker, with 1984 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. $ 300-400


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364° c Image5¢ Dark Brown tied on envelope by clear strike of red Philadelphia Railroad straightline

5¢ Dark Brown (1 var), large margins to well clear at lower left, small scissors-cut in upper right margin far from design, deep rich shade and First Printing impression, tied by one of two strikes of red "PHILADA. RAIL ROAD" straightline handstamp on buff envelope to Middlebury, Connecticut, Very Fine and attractive railroad cover, ex Saadi, with 1991 P.F. certificate describing shade as "Scott 1, Dark Reddish Brown" (Image)

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E. $ 400-500


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365° c ImageA beautiful 5¢ early impression with unusual thin-bar grid cancel

5¢ Red Brown (1), large margins to full, grayish shade and sharp early impression, cancelled by red rimless 12-bar grid, matching "Keene N.H. Sep. 21" (1847) circular datestamp on folded letter to Sterling, Massachusetts, small manuscript "pd" alongside stamp, Very Fine and choice, Keene did not receive a supply of the 1847 stamps, ex Judd and Boker (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000


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366° c ImageA superb 5¢ Dark Brown with early impression on cover

5¢ Dark Brown (1a), large margins all around, intense shade and strong early impression, tied by blue grid cancel, matching "Cumberland Md. Jul. 6" (1848) circular datestamp on blue folded letter to Baltimore, Extremely Fine, ex Garrett ("Elite") and Boker (Image)

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E. $ 500-750


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367° c ImageTwo 5¢ First Printing stamps on cover from Cincinnati, paying the over-300 miles rate

5¢ Red Brown (1), two singles affixed slightly overlapping, right stamp large to full margins, left stamp large margins to clear at top, beautiful grayish shade and sharp early impression, tied by red grid cancels and matching "Cincinnati O. 10 Sep. 26" (1847) integral-rate circular datestamp on folded letter to New York, Very Fine use paying the over-300 miles rate, Cincinnati received its first supply of 1847 stamps on Aug. 3, there are very few 5c covers recorded before this Sep. 26 date, ex Rust (Siegel Sale 681) and Boker (Image)

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E. $ 500-750


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