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Pan-American Exposition Postal History continued...

Pan-American Exposition Postal History continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
861 image1901 2¢ Pan American "Buffalo NY Sep 6 1901 Pan American Exposition 1901" Barry Machine Slogan cancel (Bomar B01-15c) ties stamp on card mailed the day McKinley was shot, addressed to France and redirected to Germany, Baden-Baden bridge receiving mark at left, reverse with multicolored illustration of "Machinery and Transportation Building"; card with small corner creases otherwise Very Fine (Image 1) 75

SOLD for $75.00
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:52 PM
862 image1899 2¢ Red, Type IV two cards addressed to Roubaix France each with Paterson NJ machine cancel; 1) single tied by Sep 1901 cancel on Official Souvenir Mailing Card with multicolored illustration of "Machinery and Transportation Building"; 2) single tied by Aug 1901 cancel on card with multicolored illustration of the "Temple of Music"; proper transit marks, Very Fine (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:52 PM
863 image1901 5¢ Pan American three covers franked with Pan American stamps addressed to France; 1) single 5¢ Pan American tied by Buffalo NY Pan American Exposition Barry Machine Slogan cancel (Bomar type B01-15C) addressed to Paris France; 2) vertical pair of 5¢ Pan American tied by Philadelphia PA Jul 13 1901 machine flag cancel on cover addressed to Paris France redirected to Innsbruck; 3) horizontal pair 2¢ Pan American and single 1¢ Pan American all tied by NYC May 1901 machine cancel on cover to Lyons France; covers with light creases otherwise Very Fine (Image 1) 100

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:52 PM
864 image1901 5¢ Pan American Four 1901 covers addressed to France; 1) vertical pair of 1¢ Pan American on private mailing card to Cote D'or and single 1¢ Pan Am and two 2¢ Pan Americans on cover to Miramont, both from Cincinnati, 2) single 5¢ Pan American tied by Spring Lake Beach NJ on cover Miramont, 3) single 5¢ Pan American tied by Pan American Exposition slogan cancel on cover to Paris (Image 1) 75

SOLD for $75.00
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:53 PM
865 image1901 1¢ Pan American vertical strip of three on front of 1901 2¢ entire addressed to Meiningen Germany, additional vertical strip of five of the 1¢ on the reverse, stamps on obverse tied by NYC Jun 18 1901 duplex cancels, cover with small flaws otherwise Fine; Owner theorizes that this is an example of the so-called "Anonymous Supplementary Mail" usage probably due to the 8 PM postmark, however it lacks any other indication that this might be so (Image 1) 75

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:53 PM
866 image1901 2¢ Pan American "Buffalo N.Y. Jun 21 '01 Pan American Exposition" Barry Machine slogan cancel (Bomar type B01-15C) ties stamp to Private Mailing card addressed to Germany and redirected inside Germany, reverse with multicolored illustration of "Mine - Horticulture - Graphic Arts" buildings, proper transit marks, Very Fine (Image 1) (Image 2)

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75

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:53 PM
867 image1901 8¢ Pan American single used with 2¢ Pan American, both tied by NYC Jul 9 1901 duplex cancels on European sized cover with printed address to Crefeld, Germany, endorsed "Per S.S. St. Paul" at upper left, light cover creases, Fine (Image 1) 75

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:53 PM
868 image1901 2¢ Pan American single, tied by "U. S. German Seapost Aug 6 1901" duplex cancel on Private Mailing Card addressed to Bremen Germany, reverse entitled "Rainbow City" and displays a multicolored rainbow above a photograph of the Horticultural Building, card with minor bends from cover corner mounts otherwise Very Fine and Scarcer Usage. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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100

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:54 PM
869 image1901 5¢ Pan American :Buffal NY Sep 20 1901 Pan American Exposition 1901 Barry Machine Slogan cancel (Bomar type B01-15C) ties stamp on multicolored Pan Americah Exposition cover depicting two female figures as the Western Hemisphere, addressed to "Carlsruhe" Baden Germany, proper backstamp, tiny cover flaws otherwise Very Fine (Image 1) (Image 2)

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75

SOLD for $75.00
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:54 PM
870 image1901 8¢ Pan American single (natural straight edge at bottom), tied by spoked cork cancel with "R" at center on cover with magenta double circle "San Juan, Porto Rico Registered Oct 14 1901" handstamp, addressed to Hannover (Germany), additionally franked with two 2¢ Pan Americans, single 10¢ Brown type II ((Scott 282) and single 1¢ green overprinted Port Rico (Scott 210); proper NY and Hannover backstamps, cover slightly reduced at bottom otherwise Very Fine (Image 1) (Image 2)

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150

SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:54 PM
871 image1901 10¢ Pan American single lightly cancelled and single 8¢ Pan American on 2¢ registered entire with 1902 Aurora Oregon duplex cancels, addressed to Arnstadt; NYC registery label and proper backstsamps, right side of entire with creases and tear otherwise Fine (Image 1) (Image 2)

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75

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:55 PM
872 image1901 2¢ Pan American New York NY Jan 10 1902 machine cancel ties stamp to Official Souvenir Mailing card with multicolored illustration of the Machinery and Transportation Building, addressed to Germany, Very Fine (Image 1) (Image 2)

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100

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:55 PM
873 image1901 8¢ Pan American tied by manuscript cancels and double oval New York Reg cancels on 1905 registered entire (1¢ Columbian, Scott U 348) from Sharon PA, additionally franked with 5¢ Pan American and 4¢ Orange Brown Lincoln (Scott 280); addressed to Munich Germany, NYC registery label and proper backstamps; Very Fine (Image 1) (Image 2)

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100

SOLD for $100.00
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:55 PM
874 image1901 4¢ Pan American and 5¢ Pan American two covers; 1) single 4¢ Pan American tied by Grand Isle Nebr. Jun 3 1901 duplex on 1¢ Columbian entire (Scott U348) addressed to Stuttgart Germany; 2) single 5¢ Pan American tied by Brooklyn NY Nov 4 1901 duplex cancel on cover addressed to Magdeburg Germany, franked with an additional and probably unnecessary 2¢ Pan American; proper backstamps for both and F-VF (Image 1) 100

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:55 PM
875 image1901 1¢ Pan American two cards to Germany; 1) two singles tied by Janesville Wis Oct 11 1901 machine cancel on picture post card to Viersen Germany, reverse with panorama illustration of Janesville, 2) single stamp tied by NYC Nov 6 1901 machine cancel, up rating 1¢ Government postal card (Scott UX 14) addressed to Berlin, card with small corner creases; both cards with proper receiving marks, Very Fine (Image 1) 75

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:55 PM
876 image1901 4¢ Pan American Four covers to Germany; 1) single 4¢ on 1¢ Columbian entire addressed to Koln, tied by May 30 1901 machine cancel; 2) single tied by Pittsburg Sep 29 1901 machine flag cancel on 1¢ green entire addressed to Mannhein; 3) single 4¢ and 1¢ Pan Americans tied by NYC May 15 1901 duplex cancels addressed to Bamberg Germany, cover with horizontal crease; 4) single 4¢ and 1¢ Pan Americans tied by NYC May 13 1901 machine cancel on cover addressed to Fuerth Bavaria, vertical cover crease; F-VF (Image 1) 100

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:56 PM
877 image1901 1¢ Pan American two Private Mailing Cards and two US Postal Cards addressed to Germany; 1) single stamp tied by Buffalo NY duplex on card to Munich marked postage due as there was wrinting on the reverse; 2) horizontal pair tied by Baltimore MD Aug 1901 machine cancel on card to Frankenhausen, receiving mark at left, photograph of "Negro Baptism" on reverse; 3) single stamp, not cancelled, on Scott UX 14 addressed to Chemnitz, proper receiving mark; 4) single stamp tied by Aug 19 '01 Brooklyn NY duplex on Scott UX 14 addressed to Greiffenberg and redirected; Very Fine (Image 1) 75

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:56 PM
878 image1901 2¢ Pan American five private mailing cards addressed to Germany; 1) Official Souvenir Mailing card with multicolored illustration of "The Stadium", addressed to Koln am Rhein, stamp tied by flag machine cancel; 2) single 2¢ Pan Am tied by International Machine Exposition Station cancel (Bomar type B01-07) addressed to Rheinpfalz, illustration of Niagara Falls on reverse; 3) singe 2¢ Pan Am tied by Oct 1901 Baltimore machine cancel on card addressed to Frankenhausen, illustration of Baltimore harbor on reverse; 4) singe 2¢ Pan Am tied by Oct 1901 St. Louis machine cancelk addressed to Bernkastel am Mosel, illustration of Tower Grove Park of St. Louis on reverse; singe 2¢ Red type IV (Scott 279B, probably a booklet pane single) tied by Buffalo Barry Machine Slogan cancel on card to Hamburgh, illustration of Indian Chief Black Eagle on reverse; few small flaws otherwise Very Fine (Image 1) 100

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:56 PM
879 image1901 5¢ Pan American Five 1901 covers to Germany, each with single franking; 1) Grocer corner card cover from Brooklyn to Schleswig; 2) Boston Mass machine Flag Cancel with 13 stars ties stamp on United Shoe corner card to Frankfurt a Main; 3) stamp with natural straight edge tied by Hoboken NJ duplex on Treasury Dept Surveyor of Customs cover to Berlin; 4) Louisville <y duplex ties stamp on cover to Freiburg; 5) NYC machine cancel ties stamp on cover to Frankfort; few trivial cover flaws otherwise Very Fine (Scott Catalogue value $225.00 on cover) (Image 1) 75

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:56 PM
880 image1901 1¢ Pan American six covers to Germany, all franked with 1¢ Pan American, 2¢ Pan American or 1¢ and 2¢ Pan Americans; destinations include Weisbaden, Worms, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, and Solingen, Origins include Philadelphia, NYC, Brooklyn, Austin Texas, and Pottsville PA, all used in 1901; F-VF (Image 1) 100

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Oct-26, 12:56 PM

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