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United States "Back of the Book" Stamps and Postal History continued...

Postal Cards
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2081 image"I'm From the Anidrosis Sanitarium", illustration of a "compound vapor bath" on 1887 1c Blue wrapper (W301), addressed to Montreal, Quebec, Very Fine (Image 1) (Image 2)

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50

SOLD for $110.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 02:57 PM
Postal Stationery Entires and Wrappers
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2082 imageAM4, 1937 5c Blue on white, Die AM1, Border 2, Watermark 36 (UC1 var), entire uprated with 5c Prexie and 10c Airmail, two strikes of "San Juan P.R. Puerta de Tierra Sta Jun 5 1939" duplex and sent to New York City, Very Fine and rare, this envelope was issued only for Puerto Rico, St. Thomas & Virgin Islands (UPSS $1,000) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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200

SOLD for $675.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 02:58 PM
2083 imageAM20, 1942 6c Orange on white, Die AM4, Type 2 (UC4 var), uprated with 2c Defense, San Francisco, CA April 26, 1944 wavy line cancel, addressed to Riverside, CA, Very Fine and scarce watermark variety (UPSS $250) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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50

SOLD for $60.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 02:59 PM
2084 imageAM25a, 1942 6c Orange on white, Die AM5, Re-entry die (UC6 var), mint entire, Very Fine and fresh (UPSS $175) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for $100.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 03:00 PM
2085 imageAM79, 1958 6c+1c Orange, Type 1 (UC27), mint entire, Very Fine and scarce (UPSS $350, Scott $350) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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75

SOLD for $100.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 03:00 PM
Postal Cards
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2086 imageAM80, 1958 6c+1c Orange, Type 2 (UC28), mint entire, Very Fine and fresh (UPSS $100, Scott $100) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for $75.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 03:01 PM
Postal Stationery Entires and Wrappers
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2087 United States Airmail Stamped Envelope Collection, carton filled with hundreds of airmail envelopes, mixture of mint, FDC, and postally used, note plenty of better including mint AM6-23, AM9-18, AM18-39, AM80, and AM81; used AM24a and AM25a-39, mostly F-VF condition, an ideal lot for the specialist in these issues as there is a wealth of further research to be done

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200

SOLD for $230.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 03:02 PM
2088 imageOM2, 1912 1 Green on white (UO70), uprated with 1c Dark violet (O124), Washington, DC June 9, 1914 machine cancel, Postal Savings System cornercard, addressed to Tacoma, WA, vertical crease, Very Fine and choice (UPSS $400) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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100

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 03:02 PM
2089 United States Official Envelopes Collection, two volumes, the first spanning the 19th Century issues through the 1912 Postal Savings issue, second binder from 1983 onward, mix of mint and used throughout with some FDCs, note better including WD103-5 mint, generally Fine to Very Fine, an attractive collection

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100

SOLD for $525.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 03:03 PM
Postal Cards
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
2090 imageS1E-Ba, Lipman Essay in Deep red, lithographed on .095" thick white wove card, plain back. Very Fine and rare (USPCC $2,500) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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750

SOLD for $2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 03:04 PM
2091 imageS1E-Ba, Lipman Essay in Deep green, lithographed on .095" thick white wove card, printed advertisement on reverse for "Charlton's Linen Copying Books", Very Fine and most likely unique with this advertisement for John P. Charlton, ex-Nelson (USPCC $2,500) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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1,000

SOLD for $4,500.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 03:05 PM
2092 imageS1E-Ba, Lipman Essay in Blue, color appears distinctly more grayish than the other Lipman essays we have handled, printed advertisement on reverse for "Printers' and Photographers' Card Warehouse" in Philadelphia, dated August 1872 (the full text of which is below), Very Fine and almost certainly unique with this advertisement (USPCC $2,500 for plain back)rnThe text on the reverse of this card reads:rnAs the Post Office Department will be unable to furnish Postal Cards for several months, and as the enclosed are by law allowed to pass through the mails, when printed on the back, as a circular or business card, on the pre-payment of postage by a one cent stamp, your attention is invited to them as a novel, cheap and convenient method of advertising.rnThe Lines upon the face for the address, being covered by copy-right, all other Cards possessing this feature are an infringement. Price, $4.25 per 1000.rnRespectfully yours,rnA.M. Collins, Son & Co. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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1,000

SOLD for $7,000.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 03:06 PM
2093 imageS1E-Ba, Lipman Essay in Blue, franked with 1870 1c Ultramarine (145) tied by cork cancel, addressed to Oquawka, IL, advertisement on reverse for Paton & Co. department store in New York, Very Fine and exceedingly rare used Lipman essay (USPCC $2,500 for unused, a similar used example sold for $6,250 in 2014) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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1,500

SOLD for $6,500.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 03:07 PM
2094 imageS1E-C, Lipman Essay in Deep green, third type with 1c indicia and black "Submitted as Specimen Postal Card" overprint, lithographed on .094" thick white wove card, blue ruled lines on reverse in both directions, Very Fine and rare (USPCC $2,000) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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750

SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 03:08 PM
2095 imageS1E-D, Morris G. Condon Essay in Black, typographed on wove card, minor corner flaws, printed advertisement on reverse for "Morris G. Condon's System of Post and Mail Card Correspondence" (as illustrated in USPCC catalogue), a Very Fine and rare essay (USPCC $2,700) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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1,000

SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 03:09 PM
2096 imageS1E-Ea, American Post Card Co, 1871 Postal Card/Envelope Combination essay, three examples of this essay, two showing a distinctive break in frame at lower left, one with address scratched out, few backflaps stuck down and mounting residue on reverse, Very Fine group (USPCC $630) (Image 1)

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100

SOLD for $230.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 03:09 PM
2097 imageS1E-Ea, American Post Card Co, 1871 Postal Card/Envelope Combination essay, franked with 3c Green just tied by quartered cork, "Washington D.C. May 13" datestamp (1874 use based on dateline), addressed to Andover, NH, message on internal card as intended, backflaps torn/missing from opening, Very Fine, a rare used example of this unusual essay which sought to combine the best features of a postal card and an envelope (Image 1) (Image 2)

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100

SOLD for $525.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 03:10 PM
2098 imageS1e-Ga, Lees & Skeen Essay in Dark orange-yellow & Dark green, lithographed essay from the July 6, 1872 group, on thicker .018" card, Very Fine, each color combination of this card is unique, ex-Horton (USPCC $550, last realized $850 in 2018) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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300

SOLD for $700.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 03:12 PM
2099 imageS1E-Gb, Lees & Skeen Essay in Dark green & Dark orange-yellow, lithographed essay from the July 15, 1872 group, on thinner .009" card, Very Fine, each color combination of this card is unique, ex-Horton (USPCC $550, last realized $850 in 2018) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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300

SOLD for $700.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 03:13 PM
2100 imageS1E-Hb, 1872 ABNCo.(?) Essay in Red orange on manila, typographed essay on 130x77mm card, rectangular indicia of Ben Franklin with lathe border, bright and fresh, Very Fine, variously attributed to the American Bank Note Co. and National Bank Note Co. (USPCC $800) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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200

SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction before Dec-14, 03:14 PM

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