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

On Cover: Paid Cancellations
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
435° c Image5¢ 1847 tied by a rare yellow-orange "PAID" straightline of Leroy, New York

5¢ Red Brown (1), large even margins--we classify this as an Orange Brown from cleaned plate, despite certificate as Red Brown--tied by criss-crossed orange-yellow "PAID" handstamp with matching "Leroy N.Y. Aug. 7" (1850) circular datestamp on greenish folded cover to Albany, New York, Extremely Fine, the use of true yellow-orange ink to cancel the 1847 Issue is very rare--Leroy received no 1847 stamps of either denomination, the USPCS census lists only three 5¢ covers and no 10¢ covers--ex Sampson, Meroni, Meyersburg and Saadi, with 1991 P.F. certificate and accompanied by a letter from Roy White confirming the yellow-orange markings (Image)

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E. $ 1,000-1,500


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436° c Image5¢ Dark Brown with magenta Hartford "PAID" Pointing Hand

5¢ Dark Brown (1a), large margins to full at bottom, intense shade and early impression, tied by magenta "Hartford Ct. 5 9 Jun." (1849) integral-rate circular datestamp with matching "PAID" Pointing Hand handstamp on blue folded letter to Birmingham, Connecticut, the "9" of datestamp has left an indentation in stamp, Extremely Fine, ex Caspary, Haas, Garrett ("Elite") and Boker, with 1983 P.F. certificate as Brown, Scott 1 (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000


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437° c Image5¢ 1847 with magenta Hartford "PAID" Pointing Hand

5¢ Red Brown (1), large margins to barely touching frameline at upper left, bright shade and impression from cleaned plate, tied by magenta "Hartford Ct. 5 11 Sep." (ca. 1850) integral-rate circular datestamp with matching "PAID" Pointing Hand handstamp on buff envelope to Norfolk, Connecticut, minor oily spot at center from sealing wax, Very Fine, ex Saadi, with 1992 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000


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438° c ImagePair of 5¢ 1847 with magenta Hartford "PAID" Pointing Hand

5¢ Red Brown (1), horizontal pair, full even margins including left sheet margin, bright shade and cleaned-plate impression, cancelled by two strikes of magenta grid with matching "Hartford Ct. Jun. 25" (ca. 1850) circular datestamp, "PAID" Pointing Hand handstamp and large red "10" numeral rate handstamp on buff envelope to Avon Springs, New York, left stamp with natural diagonal paper crease at lower left, Extremely Fine appearing pair with the distinctive pre-stamp era magenta postal markings of Hartford, ex Boker, with 2013 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. $ 1,000-1,500


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439° c ImageA superb 10¢ 1847 tied by a Philadelphia "PAID" in oval cancel on cover

10¢ Black (2), large to huge margins all around, intense shade, tied by blue "PAID" in oval cancel with matching "Philada. Pa. 10cts. Sep. 29" integral-rate circular datestamp on buff envelope to Cadiz, Ohio, Extremely Fine stamp on a fresh cover, wonderful quality, ex Boker (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000


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440° c ImageA choice 10¢ 1847 tied by a Philadelphia "PAID" in oval cancel on cover

10¢ Black (2), full even margins, tied by blue "PAID" in oval cancel with matching "Philada. Pa. 10cts. Jan. 30" (1848) integral-rate circular datestamp on blue folded letter to Warsaw, Illinois, Extremely Fine stamp on a fresh cover, ex Boker (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000


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441° c ImageA stunning example of the 10¢ 1847 Issue tied by a Philadelphia "PAID" in oval cancel on cover

10¢ Black (2), large margins, intense shade and detailed impression, tied by two strikes of blue "PAID" in oval cancel, matching "Philadelphia Pa. Aug. 26" circular datestamp on buff envelope to Cadiz, Ohio, manuscript "Paid" at upper left, Extremely Fine, a phenomenal stamp and cover, ex Brigham, Haas and Boker (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000


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442° c Image5¢ 1847 cancelled by "FREE" handstamp on a turned envelope from Poughkeepsie, New York

5¢ Dark Brown (1a), large margins to ample at upper left, dark shade and early impression, tied by two strikes of blue "FREE" handstamp with matching "Poughkeepsie N.Y. Aug. 15" (1848) circular datestamp on legal-size buff envelope to New York City, turned use and mailed back stampless to Poughkeepsie with red "New York 5cts. 17 Aug." integral-rate circular datestamp, wonderfully fresh, Extremely Fine combination of stamp, cover and turned use, ex Garrett ("Elite") and Boker, with copy of 1976 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000


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