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Stamps and Postal History


1894-1898 Bureau Issues
 
 
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Lot 6156

1894, 2¢ pink, type I (Scott 248), o.g., never hinged, fresh and bright, Very Fine. Scott $90 .
Suggested Bid $75
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Realized $60.
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Lot 6157

1894, 2¢ carmine lake, type I (Scott 249), plate # strips of 3, o.g., hinge remnants, two attractive strips; both with intense color, Fine. Scott $1,250 .
Suggested Bid $200
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Realized $120.
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Lot 6158

1894, 2¢ carmine, type I (Scott 250), o.g., lightly hinged, fabulous rich shade; a supreme top quality example, Extremely Fine, with photocopy of 2004 P.S.E. certificate for block/4, from which it came, bottom right stamp from block. Scott $30 .
Suggested Bid $75
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Realized $48.
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Lot 6159

1894, 2¢ carmine, type II (Scott 251), o.g., heavy hinge remnants, lively bright shade; choice example of this elusive unwatermarked type II stamp, Very Fine. Scott $375 .
Suggested Bid $200
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Realized $144.
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Lot 6160

1894, 50¢ orange (Scott 260), bottom plate number single, o.g., lightly hinged, vivid and bright example; plate number singles are quite elusive on these higher denomination Bureau issues; tiny thin spot - of little consequence, otherwise Fine. Scott $500 .
Suggested Bid $100
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Realized $60.
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Lot 6161

1895, 2¢ carmine, type III and 1898, 2¢ red, type IV (Scott 267, 279B), attractive group of 5 267 blocks including one block with plate number and part imprint, along with a choice #279B block and a vertical pair, o.g., hinge remnants (pencil mark on gum), F.-V.F. Scott $175 .
Suggested Bid $75
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Realized $46.
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Lot 6162

1895, 5¢ chocolate (Scott 270), o.g., hinged, F.-V.F. Scott $35 .
Suggested Bid $20
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Realized $20.
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Lot 6163

1895, $1 black, type I (Scott 276), disturbed o.g., decent example of the type I Perry; trivial thin spot, and a couple nibbed perfs, otherwise F.-V.F. Scott $600 .
Suggested Bid $150
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Realized $156.
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Lot 6164
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1895, $2 bright blue (Scott 277), expertly regummed, heavenly rich color; an incredibly fresh stamp that could easily pass as o.g., F.-V.F. Scott $375 for no gum .
Suggested Bid $200
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Realized $204.
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Lot 6165
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1895, $5 dark green (Scott 278), lightly struck black cancellation, appealing $5 Marshall; bold color; slight crease along bottom right corner, F.-V.F. appearance. Scott $625 .
Suggested Bid $200
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Realized $132.
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Lot 6166
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1898, 1¢ deep green (Scott 279), an exquisite little gem being fresh and virtually perfectly centered, Extremely Fine to Superb, with 2016 P.S.E. certificate graded XF-SUP 95. Scott $25 .
Suggested Bid $20
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Realized $26.
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Lot 6167
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1898, 10¢ brown, type I (Scott 282C), block of 4, o.g., lightly hinged (3 stamps never hinged); natural straight edge at top; a very fresh multiple, V.G. Scott $1,750 for singles .
Suggested Bid $200
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Realized $168.
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