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United States Stamps continued...

1c 1851-56 Issue (Scott 6-9) continued...
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
708   Image1c Blue, Ty. II, Plate 4 (7). Position 1L4, ample to large margins, deep rich color, unobtrusive cancel, Very Fine and choice example from the top row of Plate 4 with complete design at top, signed Ashbrook who notes "rare" (Image)

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$ 900.00

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
709   Image1c Blue, Ty. II (7). Small balance of six stamps and one cover, one (or perhaps two) from Plate 3 and one from the top row of Plate 4, the others Plate 2 including single on a circular used in Boston, small flaws on a few, overall Fine, one P.F. certificate accompanies (Image)

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E. $ 400-500

SOLD for $300.00
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710° og Image1c Blue, Ty. IV (9). Recut once at top and bottom, original gum, barely hinged, huge margins all around including large parts of adjoining stamps at top and bottom, rich color

EXTREMELY FINE GEM. A SUPERB JUMBO ORIGINAL-GUM EXAMPLE OF THE 1851 IMPERFORATE ONE-CENT TYPE IV.

With 2015 P.S.E. certificate (OGph, XF-Superb 95 Jumbo; SMQ $5,000.00). (Image)

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$ 750.00

SOLD for $2,200.00
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711 ng Image1c Blue, Ty. IV (9). Position 1R1L, recut once at bottom, unused (no gum), top left corner sheet margins, other sides large at right to clear at bottom, Very Fine and attractive example from this desirable Plate 1 Late Right Pane position, ex Fleckenstein (Image)

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$ 240.00

SOLD for $225.00
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712 ogbl Image1c Blue, Ty. IV (9). Two blocks of four, one original gum, h.r., clear margins in a few spots to in, few faults including horizontal crease between stamps, other with margins to in including bottom sheet margin and cancel removed, also some faults, Fine appearance (Image)

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$ 5,250.00

SOLD for $800.00
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713   Image1c Blue, Ty. IV (9). Positions 5-6R1L, horizontal pair, both recut once at bottom, large to huge margins including top sheet margin and portions of adjoining stamps at bottom and left, deep rich color, Mobile Ala. circular datestamp cancels, Extremely Fine Gem, a superb pair from the top row of Plate 1 Late Right Pane, these two positions were Type Ib on the early state of Plate 1, with 2004 P.F. certificate (Image)

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$ 190.00

SOLD for $425.00
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714   Image1c Blue, Ty. IV (9). Positions 7/17R1L, vertical pair, top stamp recut once at bottom, bottom stamp recut once at top and bottom, bright color, large margins showing the complete design at top and portion of adjoining stamp at bottom, large Boston "Paid" grid cancels and trace of red cancel, Extremely Fine, the top row of Plate 1 Late was, with the exception of Position 4R1L, recut and transformed into Type IV’s, Position 7R produced the only imperforate Type I, Scott No. 5, on Plate 1 Early, on Plate 1 Late most of 7R’s unique characteristics are still present: the design is complete at top and still shows the distinctive double transfer at top right; it is almost complete at bottom with only a small part of the balls erased; and the plumes are essentially intact, especially on early printings, with 2004 P.F. certificate (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000

SOLD for $900.00
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715 c Image1c Blue, Ty. IV (9). Positions 8-10R1L, horizontal strip of three, left and right stamps recut twice at bottom, middle stamp recut once at bottom, large top sheet margin showing plate guide mark at top right, other sides full to barely touched at upper right, tied by two strikes of "San Francisco Cal. 23 May" circular datestamp on buff cover to Benicia Cal., fresh, Very Fine and choice, a beautiful cover with a strip from the top row of the right pane of Plate 1L, in the early state of the plate these positions were Types Ib-Ib-II, with Position 8 being one of the two best Type Ib positions on the plate (Image)

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E. $ 750-1,000

CLOSED
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716   Image1c Blue, Ty. IV, Printed "paid" Precancel (9 var). Large margins at sides, in at top and bottom, printed "paid" pre-cancel in lower-case type, faint horizontal crease visible only when drying

VERY FINE APPEARANCE AND EXTREMELY RARE EXAMPLE OF THE ONE-CENT 1851 ISSUE WITH THE "paid" PRECANCEL.

Little is known about the lower-case "paid" and upper-case "PAID" precancels on the 1c 1851 Issue. The Ashbrook book illustrates several varieties of actual and supposed precancels. Ashbrook surmises that "the markings... were printed from newspaper type. In all probability the overprinting was done in a newspaper printing plant, and the stamps were used on wrappers enclosing newspapers or more than probable, on the newspapers themselves." Ashbrook's theory was borne out by the discovery of a wrapper containing The American Eagle of Cleveland, dated Feb. 2, 1857 (sold in our 2004 Rarities sale).

The example offered here was purchased by John Hall, Jr. in 1932 and is offered to the market for only the second time (Image)

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$ 2,500.00

SOLD for $1,300.00
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717   Image1c 1851 Issue Balance. 13 singles, three pairs and two strips of three (Nos. 7 and 9), including several 8A (one with 1986 PFC), No. 9 unused (1996 Richter cert), nice range of shades and cancels, possibly a No. 8, some faults, some appear Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail approximately (Image)

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$ 7,500.00

SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction

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