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Sale 678

The Harold B. Nogle Collection
of the Origins and Progression of Plate Numbers


1870-1888 Bank Note Co. Issues




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Lot 1007

1870, 3¢ green (Scott 147), bottom margin single with plate "No. 6", o.g., lightly hinged; two horizontal creases, otherwise Fine.
Scott $225.
Estimate $100 - 150.
Realized $90.
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Lot 1008

1870, 3¢ green (Scott 147), bottom margin single with plate "No. 11", tied by faint Maine town marking and black killer on cover addressed to Portland Maine; cover reduced at right, just touching the plate number tab and small cover scuff at bottom center, otherwise Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $300.
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Lot 1009
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1870, 3¢ green (Scott 147), bottom margin single with plate "No. 25", unused without gum; minor toning in selvedge, otherwise Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $100 - 150.
Realized $250.
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Lot 1010
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1873, 1¢ ultramarine (Scott 156), single with partial captured "No. 126" at top, unused without gum, Very Good to Fine.
Estimate $100 - 150.
Realized $60.
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Lot 1011
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1873, 3¢ green (Scott 158), top margin plate no. "252" and split arrow single, plus used Scott 184 with a small portion of the plate number captured inside the perforations, unused without gum; Scott 158 with small faults, Scott 184 with thin spots.
Estimate $100 - 150.
Realized $150.
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Lot 1012

1873, 6¢ dull pink (Scott 159), bottom margin plate "No. 18" single, o.g., stamp never hinged, hinged in selvage only, Fine, with 2001 P.F. certificate.
Scott $400.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $650.
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Lot 1013
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1873, 30¢ gray black (Scott 165), single with plate "No. 22" captured inside bottom perforations; small thin and light creases, otherwise Fine, extremely scarce to find a captured plate number on a higher value stamp.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $350.
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Lot 1014
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1879, 15¢ red orange (Scott 189), top plate "No. 31" single, unused without gum, exceptionally well centered amidst larger than normal margins, fresh, Extremely Fine, with 2006 P.F. certificate.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Realized $100.
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Lot 1015

1879, 30¢ full black (Scott 190), top margin plate number "405" single, o.g., Very Good.
Scott $900.
Estimate $300 - 400

Photocopy of 1989 APS certificate for pair (this was the left stamp) included
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Realized $300.
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Lot 1016
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1882, 10¢ brown, re-engraved (Scott 209), single with plate number "481" partially captured by perforations at bottom, dark blue cancel, Very Good to Fine, extremely scarce plate number.
Estimate $100 - 150.
Realized $80.
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Lot 1017

1882, 10¢ brown, re-engraved (Scott 209), top margin plate number "550" single, o.g., never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $475.
Estimate $150 - 200

Photocopy of 1992 PF certificate for a pair (this was the right stamp) is included with this lot
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Realized $225.
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Lot 1018
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1883, 2¢ red brown (Scott 210), bottom plate number 463 single; tiny thin at top left, otherwise Very Fine, the first reported example, may be unique.
Estimate $100 - 150.
Realized $60.
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Lot 1019

1883, 4¢ blue green (Scott 211), bottom plate number "542" single, o.g., never hinged, fresh and Fine.
Scott $900.
Estimate $300 - 400

Photocopy of 1998 PF certificate for plate block of 12 (this was the LR stamp) included
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Realized $250.
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Lot 1020

1887, 2¢ green (Scott 213), top plate number "555" single, o.g., never hinged, fresh, Very Fine.
Scott $120.
Estimate $100 - 150.
Realized $80.
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Lot 1021

1887, 2¢ green (Scott 213), bottom plate number "680" single, o.g., hinge remnant; vertical bend along right edge, otherwise Fine, the first reported example of plate number 680, may be unique.
Estimate $100 - 150.
Realized $60.
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Lot 1022

1888, 5¢ indigo (Scott 216), top plate number "537" single, o.g., never hinged, Fine.
Scott $700.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $225.
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Lot 1023

1888, 90¢ purple (Scott 218), bottom plate "No. 23" single, o.g., lightly hinged, Fine.
Scott $900.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $375.
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Lot 1024
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1879-87, Banknote Issues Balance. Scott 183, 186 and 189 with partial number at top captured by perforations; Scott 206 top margin single with plate number 364; Scott 210 top margin single with plate number 471 and bottom margin block of four with plate "No. 467"; Scott 212 top margin single with plate number 574; Scott 213 bottom margin single with plate number 692; Scott 214 bottom margin pair with plate number 421; Scott 209P# top margin pair with plate "No. 403"; Scott O91 single with a portion of plate number 86 captured by top perfs, Scott O114 top margin block of 8 with partial imprint and plate "No. 48' Scott O117 top margin block of six with plate "No. 60". Unused mostly o.g. with a few small faults, Scott 214 with stamp with a pulled perf at top, generally Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $250.
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