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United States Stamps and Confederate States continued...

Canal Zone thru Guam continued...
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
896 ogbl ImageCANAL ZONE, 1920, 2c Orange Vermilion & Black, Double Ovpt., One Reading Down (56b). Block of four with selvage at right, original gum, single h.r. between top two stamps, color slightly oxidized, centered to bottom left, Very Good appearance, a scarce multiple, only 100 were printed, with 2006 P.F. certificate which does not show the oxidation (Image)

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$ 2,400.00


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897 og ImageCANAL ZONE, 1962, 4c Thatcher Ferry Bridge, Silver (Bridge) Omitted (157a). Position 14, barest trace of hinging, brilliant colors on bright paper

VERY FINE EXAMPLE OF THE THATCHER FERRY BRIDGE ERROR. ONLY ONE PANE OF 50 WAS EVER ISSUED.

According to Canal Zone Stamps, one sheet, consisting of four panes of 50, was printed. Three panes were caught by postal authorities, while the fourth pane of 50 was sent to H. E. Harris & Co. as part of a larger order from the Canal Zone Philatelic Agency. At the same time this error was printed, the U.S. had issued the Dag Hammarskjold error in huge quantities. The Canal Zone authorities made plans to do the same, but were successfully sued by H. E. Harris, and the larger printing never took place. Two of the three other panes were laminated and presented to the National Postal Museum. The third was destroyed. The one pane available was broken up in 1969.

Ex Salz (Image)

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$ 6,000.00


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898 og Canal Zone Unused Collection. On Scott pages, complete less only Nos. 15 and 47 for major numbers (Nos. CO8-CO12 with c.t.o. cancels as usual), also includes booklet panes (such as No. 32c), cut squares and postal cards, a few early stamps with typical tropicalized gum, largely Fine-Very Fine

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E. $ 1,500-2,000


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899   Canal Zone Balance. On exhibition pages and loose, while there are some unused stamp, such as Nos. 1-3 (each with certificate), the focus is on postal history, including seven First Issue (three 5c, four 10c) each from a different town, later includes a German Detention Camp and a Victory Loan Committee cover, some flight covers, a few inbound, Specimens, and more, mainly Fine or better

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E. $ 1,500-2,000


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900 og Cuba and Puerto Rico Unused Collection. On Scott pages, basic set of the U.S. overprints, cut squares (complete for Cuba) and a couple postal cards, largely Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail about $1,100.00

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E. $ 200-300


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901 og Guam Unused Collection. Basic set of eleven, Special Delivery stamp, and all eleven Guard Mail stamps (Nos. M1 and M2 with P.F. certificates), some with part or tropicalized original gum, mainly Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail about $2,400.00

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E. $ 400-500


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