• Login (enter your user name) and Password

    Please Login. You are NOT Logged in.

  • To see new sales and other StampAuctionNetwork news in your Facebook newsfeed then Like us on Facebook!

Login to Use StampAuctionNetwork.
New Member? Click "Register".

StampAuctionNetwork Extended Features

StampAuctionNetwork Channels


 
You are not logged in. Please Login so that we can determine your registration status with this firm. If you have never registered, please register by selecting [Membership.Register] and check the box for this auction firm if you want to bid with them. Then Login. Listen to Live Audio!


 
logo

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

1c 1851 Imperforate Issue: Plates 1 Early, 1 Late continued...
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
48 c Image1c Blue, Ty. IV (9). Position 97L1L, recut once at top, major double transfer which is especially noticeable at bottom, ample margins to clear, tied by Hartford Ct. Apr. 5” circular datestamp on April 2, 1855 folded circular from Hartford Probate Court addressed locally, Very Fine cover which could have been prepaid as a circular or a drop letter (Image)

Search for comparables at SiegelAuctions.com

Get Market Data for [United States 9 ]

E. $ 200-300

SOLD for $100.00
Will close during Public Auction
49 c Image1c Blue, Ty. IV (9). Position 72L1L, recut once at top and bottom, with large double transfer, large margins to full, bright shade, tied by New-York Feb. 13” (1856) circular datestamp on folded Cyrus W. Field & Co. circular printed in magenta, addressed to Lee Mass., clear strike of red Circular Paid” straightline handstamp, circular advertises a variety of fine rag papers, Extremely Fine, Field was a prominent businessman and financier, who among other enterprises (including paper manufacturing), created the Atlantic Telegraph Company and laid the first telegraph cable across the Atlantic Ocean in 1858. (Image)

Search for comparables at SiegelAuctions.com

Get Market Data for [United States 9 ]

E. $ 400-500

SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
50 c Image1c Blue, Ty. IV (9). Positions 22/32L1L, vertical pair, both stamps recut once at top and bottom, ample to huge margins including portion of adjoining stamp at top, deep rich color, tied by Boston Paid 18 Mar.” (1857) circular datestamp on printed circular to Windham Maine, the message from Homer Rice & Co. concerning new business opportunities is in script and at first appears as a letter, but it is printed, Extremely Fine (Image)

Search for comparables at SiegelAuctions.com

Get Market Data for [United States 9 ]

E. $ 300-400

SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction
51 c Image1c Blue, Ty. IV (9). Position 11L1L, recut once at top and bottom, huge margins all around, small scissors-cut in top margin outside the design, used with 3c Brownish Carmine, Ty. I (11), tied by double-struck Rising Sun Ind. Jan. ?” circular datestamp on 6c Green on Buff Nesbitt entire (U14) to Coloma Cal., cover with sealed tear at top left and some minor edgewear, Very Fine appearing use for the 10c transcontinental rate (Image)

Search for comparables at SiegelAuctions.com

Get Market Data for [United States 9 ]

E. $ 400-500

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
52 c Image1c Blue, Ty. IV, 3c Dull Red, Ty. II, 12c Black (9, 11A, 17). Vertical pair of 1c, two singles of 3c affixed slightly overlapping, tied by blue Columbia S.C. 3 Paid Jan. 11” (1853) integral-rate circular datestamps on Jan. 8, 1853 folded letter to Bremen, Germany, carried on the Havre Line Humboldt, departing New York on Jan. 15, 1853, and arriving Le Havre Jan. 29--red Outre-Mer Le Havre 29 Janv. 53” arrival datestamp, red crayon 18”, T.T./2 Feb.” in circle Thurn & Taxis Bremen receiving datestamp on back, small toned spot at bottom

VERY FINE. A RARE AND BEAUTIFUL COMPLETE SET” 1851 ISSUE FRANKING ON AN UNUSUAL BREMEN CLOSED MAIL COVER THAT WAS POSTMARKED AT LE HAVRE, FRANCE.

Although the 1851 Issue comprises five values, only three were released in 1851--the 1c, 3c and 12c. The 5c and 10c stamps were issued in 1856 and 1855, respectively. This franking is an outstanding complete set” use of the three 1851 stamps. The postage paid the 20c Closed Mail rate to Bremen, but for some reason this was postmarked in transit at Le Havre.

Ex Neinken and Wagshal. With 2010 P.F. certificate stating genuine usage.” (Image)

Search for comparables at SiegelAuctions.com

Get Market Data for [United States 9 ]

E. $ 3,000-4,000

SOLD for $3,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
53 c Image1c Blue, Ty. IV (9). Positions 21/31R1L, two singles originally forming a vertical pair, 21R recut once at top, twice at bottom, 31R recut once at top and bottom, large to huge margins including left interpane margin and centerline, used with 3c Dull Red, Ty. II (11A), tied by 24” in circle” and also by 1/-” one-shilling due handstamp, neat strike of Cleveland O. Jun. 20” (1854) circular datestamp on blue folded letter to Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England, 21” debit handstamp, Liverpool and receiving backstamps struck in green, Very Fine, unusual and striking with the stamps tied solely by the U.S. and British rate markings, with note on back that a previous owner severed the pair and offered the top stamp as an unused single, ex Vogel, with 2011 P.F. certificate (Image)

Search for comparables at SiegelAuctions.com

Get Market Data for [United States 9 ]

E. $ 750-1,000

SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction

Previous Page, Next Page or Return to Table of Contents


StampAuctionCentral and StampAuctionNetwork are
Copyright © 1994-2019 Droege Computing Services, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
Back to Top of Page