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Sale 678

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


Guam




Lot Photo Description
Lot 2349

Guam, 1899, 1¢ deep green, Second Printing (Scott 1), bottom plate number 832 block of 6 with imprint, slightly disturbed o.g.; owners handstamp on stamp above plate number, Fine.
Durland $400.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Realized $130.
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Lot 2350

Guam, 1899, 2¢ red, 50¢ orange, $1 black (Scott 2, 11-12), bottom plate number 759, 75, 76 singles, tropicalized o.g., 2¢ is without gum, attractive 50¢ and $1 high values; 2¢ has a few small selvage creases, 50c has internal selvage tear, Very Good to Fine.
Scott $717.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $400.
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Lot 2351

Guam, 1899, 2¢ red, scarce First Printing (Scott 2), left margin plate number 802 block of 6 with imprint, o.g., never hinged, Fine.
Durland $400.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Realized $225.
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Lot 2352

Guam, 1899, 15¢ olive green (Scott 10), full wide bottom plate number 264 and imprint block of 6, tropicalized as often found o.g., brilliant color and fresh appearance; tiny thin specks on two bottom right stamps, otherwise Very Fine.
Scott $2,200.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $550.
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