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The Ambassador J. William Middendorf II Collection: Classic United States and Hawaii continued...

Official Navy Department Issues
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
201 TC Image1c-90c Navy, Atlanta Trial Color Plate Proofs (O35TC4-O45TC4). Complete set of 55 proofs for all of the five issued colors, ample to large margins throughout, lovely bright colors, Very Fine-Extremely Fine, a beautiful set (Image)

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$ 2,692.00


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202 TC Image1c-90c Navy, Goodall” Small Die Trial Color Proofs on India (O35TC2-O45TC2). 50 proofs, including complete sets in the five listed colors less the 10c denominations and a single 1c in Dull Gray Blue, also includes an extra 2c Black in a larger size (unlisted), vivid colors

VERY FINE GROUP OF THE NAVY DEPARTMENT SMALL DIE TRIAL COLOR PROOFS.

In 1879, President Albert G. Goodall of the American Bank Note Company, successor to the Continental Bank Note Company, ordered sets of small die proofs for display purposes. (Image)

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$ 15,000.00


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203 ogbl Image1c Navy (O35). Block of four, original gum, h.r.’s, each stamp with choice centering, one with natural inclusion, Extremely Fine, ex Markovits and Curtis (Image)

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$ 750.00


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204 ogbl Image3c Navy (O37). Block of four with right selvage, original gum, lightly hinged, bright color, handsomely centered, Very Fine, with 2011 P.F. certificate (Image)

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$ 775.00


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205 ogbl Image10c Navy (O40). Block of four, original gum which has some light toned spots, one stamp with some gum loss due to hinge removal, otherwise lightly hinged, stunning centering, bright color, Extremely Fine, ex Markovits and Curtis (Image)

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$ 1,000.00


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206 ogbl Image24c Navy (O43). Horizontal block of six, slightly glazed original gum, incredibly fresh color, well-centered throughout, sensible hinge sliver perf reinforcements

VERY FINE. AN EXTREMELY RARE ORIGINAL-GUM BLOCK OF SIX OF THE 24-CENT NAVY ISSUE.

Blocks of this value are very rare and seldom offered. This may be the largest extant.

Ex Curtis. Scott Retail as a block of four and two singles (Image)

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$ 2,850.00


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207 ogbl Image30c Navy (O44). Block of four, original gum, deep rich shade on bright paper, Fine-Very Fine, ex Curtis, with 2001 P.S.E. certificate (Image)

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$ 1,600.00


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208 ogbl Image90c Navy (O45). Block of four, original gum, slight gum loss from hinge removal, well-centered for a multiple of this high value, bright color, light crease along bottom pair, small hinge reinforcement and couple perf separations, Fine-Very Fine, blocks of the 90c Navy Department are rarely encountered, ex Curtis (Image)

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$ 6,250.00


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209 c ImageNavy Department, Secretary of the Navy Free Franks, 1800-1860s. Group of 23 covers, wonderful range including 1800 Benjamin Stoddert (cover front only), 1801 Robert Smith, 1810 Paul Hamilton with ALS, also second Hamilton franked cover, 1813 William J. Jones with ALS, 1817 Benjamin W. Crowninshield with ALS, 1820 Smith Thompson, 1822 John C. Calhoun as Secretary of War (on a cover from the Navy Dept.), 1825 and circa 1829 Samuel Southard, 1830 John Branch, circa 1832 Levi Woodbury, 1829 Mahlon Dickerson, 1839 James K. Paulding, 1843 Abel P. Upshur, 1844 David Henshaw, 1844 John Y. Mason, circa 1851 William A. Graham, 1850s James C. Dobbin and 1860s Gideon Welles, also includes additional 1799 William Winder free frank as Navy purchaser, some typical cover faults and folds to be found, overall Fine-Very Fine, a fascinating look into the early leadership of the U.S. Navy, ex Graham (Image)

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E. $ 3,000-4,000


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210 c Image2c Navy (O36). Well-centered with wide top margin showing trace of plate number, tied by red quartered cork cancel and Washington D.C. Local Mar. 15” circular datestamp on Paymaster’s Office corner card cover to Rear Admiral Charles Wilkes in Washington, red Carrier 15 Mar. 7PM” backstamp, opening tears on back and small repair at top right not affecting stamp, otherwise Very Fine, only a few 2c Navy covers cancelled in red are known (there are four listed in the 2002 Campbell census in Chronicle 193), ex Ackerman, Starnes and Curtis (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000


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211 c Image1c and 10c Navy (O35, O40). Horizontal pair of 10c, tied by cork cancels, light strike of Washington D.C. Mar. ? PM” circular datestamp on legal-size cover with Navy Department, Official Business” imprint, addressed to Commodore C. H. B. Caldwell, U.S. Navy, Commanding U.S. Naval Force on South Atlantic Station, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil”, red New York Mar. 17” and London transit datestamps, red crayon 80” (centimes) credit, Rio de Janeiro 27 Abr. 77” receiving datestamp on back, stamps and cover with flaws, staining which affects the cover but is mostly clear of the stamps, Fine appearance and extremely rare 10c Navy Dept. cover to Brazil, with the group of Caldwell covers that emerged through Siegel Auctions in 2013, there are now four known complete franking 10c Navy covers, all to foreign destinations (Image)

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E. $ 1,000-1,500


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