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Worldwide Stamps and Covers continued...

United States 1909-13 Issues continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2041 blbl 406a image1912 unexploded 25c booklet with two panes of 6x2c carmine, usual centering, front cover with minor creases and staple rust, fine booklet (BK 35) (Cat No. 406a) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$450.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
United States 1914-17 Issues
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2042 nh 450 image1915 2c carmine, vertical guide line pair, n.h., v.f., with 2019 PSE certificate, cat. $1200 (Cat No. 450) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$450.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2043 nh 454 image1915 2c red, horizontal joint line pair, n.h., fresh and fine, with 2019 PSE certificate, cat. $850 (Cat No. 454) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$220.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
United States 1917-29 Issues
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2044 blbl 499e image1917 unexploded 97c booklet with eight panes of 6x2c rose Type I, usual centering, front cover with crayon markings, one staple removed at left, scarce booklet (BK 61) (Cat No. 499e) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$450.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2045 nhbl 595 image1923 2c carmine, block of four, well centered, beautiful color, n.h., with slight offset on reverse, v.f., cat. $1900 (Cat No. 595) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$950.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
United States 1930-79 Issues
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2046 ngbl 756-65 image1935 Farleys, 1c-10c matching upper left sheets of 50, unused without gum as issued, fine-v.f., cat. $936 (Cat No. 756-65) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$140.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
United States 1979 "CIA" Invert
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2047 nh 1610c image1979 $1.00 Rush Lamp & Candle Holder, intaglio brown color inverted, n.h., v.f. The CIA invert is one of the most well known inverted color errors in United States collecting. These stamps were discovered by an on-duty CIA employee who teamed up with some colleagues to purchase the pane from a post office. Saving a copy each, the group later sold the bulk of the sheet to a prominent stamp dealer. News of the error reached CIA officials who sought to claim ownership and US Postal authorities who tried to recover the stamps. Official queries, threats, and even job losses followed the group until the sale of the pane was ruled legal. Only about 80-85 copies exist, cat. $17500 (Cat No. 1610c) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$14,000.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
United States - Air Post
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
2048 nhbl C2 image1918 16c green, block of four, well centered, n.h., fresh and v.f., cat. $520 (Cat No. C2) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$280.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2049 P C4P1 image1923 8c dark green, large die proof, die sunk on reduced card (125:87), v.f. and rare, cat. $4750 (Cat No. C4P1) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$1,900.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2050 E   imageFlight Covers. 1921 (6 May) Post Office Department San Francisco to Chicago, Rock Springs, Wyoming crash cover franked with 2c red, with crash cachet, the pilot A.M. Buntin was killed when his aircraft nose-dived and was destroyed by fire at Rock Springs, Wy, fine (Image)



Current Opening Price...$240.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2051 E C4-6 image1925 (15 Apr) USS "Los Angeles", two flight covers from Philadelphia to Bermuda, franked with the set of three, fine-v.f. (Cat No. C4-6) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$220.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2052 E   image1929 "Yellow Bird" first flight from Old Orchard to France, cover with 2c Rogers & Clark adhesive and French Postage Due, overall toning, signed by both pilots, fine (the French plane "Yellow Bird" (L'Oiseau Canari) set records for the longest flight over the ocean and the first French flight over the North Atlantic, 2,410 miles in 22 hours. The pilots were Jean Assolant, Rene Lefevre, and Armeno Lotti) (Image)



Current Opening Price...$270.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2053 E   image1929 (11 Mar) Salt Lake City to Rock Springs, WY, badly damaged cover addressed to Egypt with accompanying "Penalt" cover with "Air Mail, Damaged by Fire in Plane at Park City Utah, March 11, 1929" cachet, the plane encountered a blinding snowstorm while over Parley's Canyon and headed for Park City for an emergency landing but crashed a few blocks from Main Street (Image)



Current Opening Price...$130.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2054 E   image1929 (13 Sep) Pitcairn Aviation Company crash cover, New York to Atlanta, cover franked with 2c Kansas and two additional 2c, endorsed on reverse "Friday Sept. 13, 1929, In aeroplane wreck at Fort Macpherson, GA Pilot Killed and ship burned - pilot hit radio tower in fog - presented to my friend J.W. Hooks - Boyce E. Miller", fine (Image)



Current Opening Price...$120.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2055 E   image1930 (28 June) First New York-Bermuda and Return cacheted 1c post card, carried on the "Miss Columbia" and addressed to the pilot Roger Williams, numbered "24" on reverse with signatures of the pilot and crew and handwritten "Mr. Clifford, Pay to get these postmarked with arrival time", v.f., only four cards known with signatures of the whole crew (Image)



Current Opening Price...$230.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2056 E   image1930 (18 Nov) Pacific Air Transport crash cover, San Diego to Seattle, large cover from the Bank of Italy Offices in Los Angeles addressed to the U.S. National Bank of Portland, franked with 10c and 3x25c, with printed "This letter in plane crash on Northbound Flite of P.A.T. Plane on Cam #8 - Pilot F.A. Donaldson and two passengers being killed", with "Received in bad condition at Portland, Oregon" handstamp, fine (Image)



Current Opening Price...$130.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2057 E   image1931 (5 May) Pacific Air Transport crash cover, San Diego to Seattle, large cover franked with 15c and 50c, with manuscript "Damaged in airplane wreck May 5, 1931, near Burbank, Calif., A.O. Willoughby, Asst. Supt. A.M.S.", both the pilot and the co-pilot were killed in the crash, fine (Image)



Current Opening Price...$120.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2058 E AAMC 1145 image1931 (July) New York to Istanbul Flight cover, with oval "Special Agent in Charge Dept of State" date stamp, Istanbul arrival cds and signed by the pilots John Polando and Russell Boardman, v.f., addressed to Russell Boardman, rare (Cat No. AAMC 1145) (Image)

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Current Opening Price...$270.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2059 E   image1934 cover with U.S. and Polish franking, special cachet and signed by both Adamowicz brothers, faint toning, otherwise v.f. On June 28, Benjamin and Joseph Adamowicz took off from Floyd Bennett Field in NYC and landed in Harbour Grace, Newfoundland. The next day, they took off from there for a Trans-Atlantic trip. Through mechanical problems, leaking engine and heavy rainstorm, they managed to reach Europe (near Caen in France). The next day, after repairing a landing gear, they took off to Paris, then to Germany, where they were forced to land due to fuel leaks. On July 2, the brothers arrived in Warsaw, Poland, treated as heroes. The Adamowicz brothers were possibly the first amateur pilots in the world to fly a plane across the Atlantic (Image)



Current Opening Price...$140.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM
2060 E   image1934 (30 Jan) American Airways crash cover, Albany, NY to Montreal, cover franked with 3c Washington, with bi-lingual "Damaged and Delayed by Fire" cachet, the plate was destroyed by fire just before take off and half the mail was lost, fine (Image)



Current Opening Price...$120.00
Closing..May-07, 09:00 AM

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