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

On Cover: Carrier and Local Post Service
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
500° c Image5¢ 1847 on cover with the Boston Carrier Department stamp tied by datestamp

5¢ Red Brown (1), large margins to clear, grayish shade and intermediate impression, used with Boston, Massachusetts, 1¢ Blue on Pelure (3LB1), large margins, both stamps tied by red "Boston 5cts. 5 Sep." (1849) integral-rate circular datestamp on folded letter to Deposit, New York, 5¢ with crease and tiny tear at top, carrier with usual gum toning and tear at left, otherwise Very Fine and attractive combination, ex Craveri and Hackmey (Image)

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E. 750-1,000


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501° c ImageRare combination of 5¢ 1847 and Philadelphia Carrier Department stamp, Scott 7LB11

5¢ Red Brown (1), huge margins to ample including entire right frameline of adjoining stamp at left, late worn-plate impression, tied by blue grid cancel and matching "Philada. Pa. 5cts. Jun. 9" (1851) integral-rate circular datestamp on folded cover to Pikesville, Maryland, used with U.S.P.O., Philadelphia Pa., 1¢ Gold on Black Glazed (7LB11), not cancelled or tied, but used in the correct three-month period when the 7LB11 stamp was first available and the 1847 was still valid (March to June 1851), apprimately ten such combinations known (Lyons census in Penny Post), Very Fine, ex Gibson and Boker (Image)

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E. 1,000-1,500


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502° c ImageRare combination of 1847 Issue and Blood's "For the Post Office" Blue & Black stamp, Scott 15L10

5¢ Red Brown (1), three large margins, just in to clear at left, deep shade and intermediate impression, tied by blue "Philada Pa. 5cts. Sep. 27" integral-rate circular datestamp and used with Blood's City Despatch, Philadelphia Pa., (unstated value) Black & Blue (15L10), large margins to just in at right, uncancelled as usual, to Mount Holly, New Jersey, 5¢ light creases, missing top flap, cover with faint soiling, Very Fine and rare combination, only seven 1847 and 15L10 combinations are recorded (two are tied, Dr. Morris census), ex Hart and Boker (Image)

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E. 1,000-1,500


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503° c Image5¢ 1847 with Blood's City Despatch Post 15L13 and "PHILADA. RAIL ROAD" straightline

5¢ Red Brown (1), full margins to clear, bright shade and intermediate impression, tied by red square grid cancel, matching "New-York Aug. 17" circular datestamp, used with Blood's City Despatch, Philadelphia Pa., 1¢ Bronze on Black Glazed (15L13), large margins to just in, acid tied, on buff envelope to Rehobeth, Massachusetts, red "PHILADA. RAIL ROAD" straightline handstamp applied at New York, sender's endorsement "Haste" at lower left, Very Fine, scarce use with the railroad marking, carried by rail to New York, then cancelled and postmarked at New York City office, ex Matthies and Boker (Image)

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E. 1,000-1,500


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504° c Image5¢ 1847 with Blood's City Despatch Post 15L13 and "PHILADA. RAIL ROAD" straightline

5¢ Red Brown (1), full margins all around, bright shade and worn-plate impression, tied by vivid red New York square grid cancel on brown envelope to Providence, Rhode Island, originating in Philadelphia, red "PHILADA. RAIL ROAD" straightline handstamp, red "New-York Jan. 12" circular datestamp ties D.O. Blood & Co., Philadelphia, 1¢ Bronze on Black (15L13), also acid tied, Very Fine, carried by rail to New York, then cancelled and postmarked at New York City office, ex Hackmey, with 1985 P.F. certificate (Image)

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505° c Image5¢ Double Transfer Type B used with Blood's City Despatch 15L13

5¢ Red Brown, Double Transfer Type B (1-B). Position 90R, ample margins to barely in at upper left, light shade and worn-plate impression, small faults, used with Blood's City Despatch, Philadelphia Pa., 1¢ Bronze on Black Glazed (15L13), large margins to slightly in, acid cancel, faint crease, both stamps originating on Oct. 21, 1850 folded letter from Philadelphia to New York City street address, 5¢ stamp tied by New York red "5" in circle handstamp, Very Fine, cancelled on arrival at New York, ex Hart and Boker, with 2013 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000


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506° c Image5¢ 1847 pair used with Blood's 15L13

5¢ Red Brown (1), horizontal pair, large and even margins, dark shade and early impression, tied by two strikes of blue "Philada. Pa. 5cts. ? 20" integral-rate circular datestamp, used with Blood's City Despatch, Philadelphia Pa., 1¢ Bronze on Black Glazed (15L13), acid tied, diagonal crease ending in small tear at left, on blue folded cover to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, refolded at bottom and interior reinforced, Very Fine appearance and attractive, ex Boker, with 1988 and 1997 P.F. certificates (latter simply states "genuine usage") (Image)

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E. 750-1,000


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507° c ImageOne of two recorded covers with the 10¢ 1847 and Blood's 15L13 used from Baltimore

10¢ Black (2), large margins to full, slightly toned, tied by two strikes of blue "10" numeral in oval cancels, matching "Baltimore Md. Mar. 6" circular datestamp, used with Blood's City Despatch, Philadelphia Pa., 1¢ Bronze on Black Glazed (15L13), ample margins to clear, acid tied, on envelope to Morgantown, Kentucky, cover cleaned to remove staining which affects postal markings and address, otherwise Very Fine, rare combination used from Baltimore, only three 5¢ and two 10¢ covers are recorded with Blood's local post stamps used from Baltimore, ex Boker, with 1982 and 1997 P.F. certificates (Image)

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E. 1,000-1,500


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508° c ImageOne of two recorded covers with the 10¢ 1847 Issue and Boyd's 20L4

10¢ Black (2), large margins to full, bright shade, tied by red square grid cancel, "New-York Sep. 22" circular datestamp, used with Boyd's City Express, New York N.Y., 2c Black on Green (20L4), large margins to just in, tied by black cancel on blue folded cover to Detroit, Michigan, manuscript "Paid 10 Cents" in a different hand than address--possibly annotated by Boyd's postman and then stamp was affixed by Boyd's office--1847 docketing, slight soiling along vertical file fold, Very Fine, a rare combination, the USPCS census lists a total of 23 covers used in combination with the 20L4 local, but only two are used with 10¢ stamps, ex Knapp, Dick, Hart and Boker (Image)

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E. 3,000-4,000


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509° c Image5¢ Dark Brown on cover with Swarts' Chatham Square Post Office oval handstamp

5¢ Dark Brown (1a), huge margins to clear including part of adjoining stamps at top and left, dark shade and early impression, tied by red square grid cancel, matching "New-York Mar. 2" (1848) circular datestamp on blue folded cover to Poughkeepsie, New York, red "Swarts' B Post Office, Chatham Square N.Y." oval handstamp, 1848 docketing on back, Very Fine use with the Swarts' handstamp, ex Boker (Image)

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E. 500-750


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