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1869 Pictorial Issue




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Lot 6752

1869, 1¢ buff and 2¢ brown (Scott 112, 113), premium examples tied on cover to Lynchburg, Va by black rosetta cancellation with adjacent black "New York" c.d.s., very pretty and quite attractive, F.-V.F. Scott $280.
Suggested Bid $200.
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Lot 6753

1869, 2¢ brown and 1870, 1¢ ultramarine (Scott 113, 145), cancelled by cork cancel with cds on cover addressed to New York, nice mixed issue franking, F.-V.F. Scott $130.
Suggested Bid $70.
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Lot 6754

1869, 2¢ brown (Scott 113), tied by target with Salem cds on cover addressed to Belleville IL; scattered ink spotting, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $40.
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Lot 6755

1869, 3¢ ultramarine (Scott 114), tied by red cork with matching "Burlington IOA/Nov/10" c.d.s. on cover addressed to Hudson OH; reduced at right, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $70.
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Lot 6756

1869, 3¢ ultramarine (Scott 114), pair tied by target cancels and c.d.s. on cover addressed to Copenhagen NY, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $40.
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Lot 6757

1869, 3¢ ultramarine (Scott 114), cancelled by cork with "Farmville VA/Jul/22" c.d.s. on cover addressed to Philadelphia, with "Due/3" in circle, Philadelphia receiver on reverse; reduced at left, edge flaws, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $34.
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Lot 6758

1869, 3¢ ultramarine (Scott 114), cancelled by blue circle grid with matching "Farmville VA/Jun/8" c.d.s. on cover addressed to Philadelphia, Philadelphia receiver on reverse; reduced at left, edge flaws, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $16.
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Lot 6759

1869, 3¢ ultramarine (Scott 114), cancelled by cork with Mass c.d.s. on cover addressed to Albany NY with Albany carrier handstamp; reduced at left, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $16.
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Lot 6760

1869, 3¢ ultramarine (Scott 114), tied by cork with "Dispatched Philad'a PA/Jan/11" handstamp on cover addressed to New York, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $16.
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Lot 6761

1869, 3¢ ultramarine (Scott 114), tied by "Wilbraham MA/Jan/20" c.d.s. on cover addressed to Albany NY, with Albany carrier handstamp, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $16.
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Lot 6762

1869, 3¢ ultramarine (Scott 114), tied by "Wilbraham MA/Aug/18" c.d.s. on cover addressed to Albany NY, with Albany carrier handstamp, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $16.
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Lot 6763
 
1869, 3¢ ultramarine (Scott 114), collection written up on five pages, 11 covers and six stamps, useful group, please inspect, generally F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $100.
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Lot 6764

1869, 3¢ ultramarine (Scott 114), two covers, the first horizontal strip of three tied by cork cancels with "Janesville WI/Jun/21" cds on legal cover to Lockport NY, the second vertical strip of three tied by cork cancels with "Mount Clemens Mich/Mar/12" cds on legal cover to Washington DC; both covers faulty, otherwise Fine.
Suggested Bid $40.
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Lot 6765

1869, 6¢ ultramarine (Scott 115), tied by cork cancel with New York c.d.s. on corner advertising cover addressed to Keyport NJ, redirected to Freehold NJ; ragged upper left, F.-V.F. Scott $500.
Suggested Bid $120.
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Lot 6766

1869, 12¢ green and 3¢ ultramarine (Scott 117, 114), tied by cork cancels with blue balloon "Litchfield O/Jan/1" c.d.s. on cover addressed to Mechanicsburg PA; reduced at right, 12¢ with crude reperfing at left, F.-V.F., 2002 P.F. certificate.
Suggested Bid $140.
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