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Lot 6524

Guam, 1900, 4¢ lilac brown, earliest known use, with 8¢ violet brown, both tied by two strikes of small, violet type 1.4 "Agana Isle/of Guam" straight line handstamp and by matching straight line "Jun14 1900" datestamp on a double-rate registered cover to Malden, MA via San Francisco; horizontal file fold at bottom, otherwise Very Fine appearing, rare, earliest known date of 4¢ stamp on cover with an appropriate registered usage, Ex - A.R.T. collection.
Suggested Bid $750
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Realized $570.
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Lot 6525

Hawaii, Incoming covers from the U.S., two covers, each addressed to Hilo Hawaii; both sent at the 6¢ treaty rate; 1) 3¢ National (Scott 147) on 3¢ entire (Scott U 82), magenta "San Francisco Paid All" at bottom left and San Francisco Cal origination mark to left of stamp, cover with small edge tears at left; 2) horizontal pair tied by Brooklyn NY 1880 duplex cancel, manuscript 1880 docketing at left, magenta San Francisco backstamp and NY transit backstamps, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $100
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Realized $96.
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