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Lot 6792

1903, 1¢ blue green (Scott 300), pair with "JPP" engraver's initials in selvage on cover with Reading PA machine cancels to City, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $80.
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Lot 6793

1903, 2¢ carmine, type I (Scott 319), tied by Allentown, Pa. machine cancel (1906) on humorous all-over illustrated cover featuring a horse-drawn wagon with the address box captioned "This Load For:"; includes original letter mentioning envelope, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $150.
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Lot 6794

1903, 2¢ carmine, type I (Scott 319), with "ARG" engravers initials in selvage tied by 1908 Troy NY machine cancel to illustrated ad cover to Kingston NY, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $40.
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Lot 6795

1903, 2¢ carmine, type I (Scott 319g), complete unexploded booklet, booklet pane without tab tied by 1911 Chicago IL duplexes on special delivery cover addressed to Decatur IL; missing most of back, opened roughly at top, Fine.
Suggested Bid $200.
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Lot 6796

1904, 1¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 323), tied by 1904 machine cancel to Post Office Jersey City NJ picture postcard, addressed to Fairfield CT, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $24.
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Lot 6797

1909, 10¢ yellow, gray paper (Scott 338 var.), used with 2¢ (332) tied by St Louis MO registered oval, on cover addressed to La Crosse WI, with violet St Louis MO registered handstamp; a small piece out of upper right, F.-V.F., 1991 P.F. certificate.
Suggested Bid $140.
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Lot 6798

1908, 1¢ green coil (Scott 348), tied by 1909 Boston MA flag cacel, on picture postcard addressed to Bartensville VT, F.-V.F. Scott $70.
Suggested Bid $30.
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Lot 6799

1909, 1¢ green, bluish paper (Scott 357), tied by Washington, D.C. machine cancel, Mar 5, 1909, on picture postcard (National Museum, Washington, D.C.) to Red Bank, N.J., Very Fine. Scott $120.
Suggested Bid $100.
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Lot 6800

1909, 1¢ green, bluish paper (Scott 357), tied by 1909 Washington DC machine cancel to picture postcard of the United States Capitol, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $50.
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Lot 6801

1909, 1¢ green, bluish paper (Scott 357), s.e. at top, tied by 1909 Washington DC machine cancel to picture postcard of Carnegie Library, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $40.
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Lot 6802

1909, 2¢ carmine, bluish paper (Scott 358), virtually perfectly centered, tied by Washington, D.C. machine cancel, May 24, 1909 on cover to Perry, N.Y., Fancy Goods and Notions dealer's corner card, Extremely Fine, 1987 P.F. certificate.
Suggested Bid $180.
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Lot 6803

1909, 2¢ carmine, bluish paper (Scott 358), well centered, straight edge at right, tied by neat Boston machine cancel, Apr 15, 1909, on illustrated Hotel corner card cover to Chicago, Very Fine. Scott $190.
Suggested Bid $150.
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Lot 6804

1909, 2¢ Lincoln (Scott 367), tied by "Mansfield/Ohio/May 26 9-AM '09" machine cancel to Orrvile OH, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $24.
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Lot 6805

1911, 8¢ olive green (Scott 380), tied by 1911 Hudson Terminal machine cancel on corner ad cover addressed to Munich Germany, F.-V.F. Scott $45.
Suggested Bid $20.
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Lot 6806

1911, 15¢ pale ultramarine (Scott 382), SE at left tied by 1912 Times Square Station dumb oval on registered cover to Bavaria; top corners cut from reverse, F.-V.F. Scott $100.
Suggested Bid $40.
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Lot 6807

1912, 1¢ green (Scott 405), precanceled Cincinnati, Ohio "horseshoe" and affixed to an illustrated envelope for the Ohio Humane Society "for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children & Animals", Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $80.
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Lot 6808

1914, 7¢ black (Scott 430), pair on 1916 registered cover to Philadelphia, F.-V.F. Scott $38.
Suggested Bid $30.
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Lot 6809

1917, 3¢ violet, type I, Mail-O-Meter type IV perfs (Scott 483), single tied by 1918 St. Louis Mo machine cancel on legal-sized Williamson County Coal Co. corner card addressed tp Bovey, Minn.; cover with edge tears and reduced into corner card, Fine, scarce. Scott $425.
Suggested Bid $120.
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Lot 6810

1917, 3¢ violet, type I, Schermack type III perfs (Scott 483), tied by 1917 Chicago IL slogan cancel on ad cover addressed to Princeton IA; tear into cancel, toned spot at upper right, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $50.
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Lot 6811

1917, 2¢ deep rose, type Ia (Scott 500), tied by light strike of Templeton Cal Apr 13 1921 duplex postmark on cover addressed to Santa Ana Cal; cover with small spots on front and stain spots on reverse, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $150.
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Lot 6812

1917, 15¢ gray (Scott 514), tied by Los Angeles dumb oval on 1923 registered corner ad cover, addressed to Germany, with Christmas seal tied on reverse, F.-V.F. Scott $25.
Suggested Bid $20.
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Lot 6813

1917, 20¢ light ultramarine (Scott 515), 5¢ (504) with 20¢ tied by Hannibal MO dumb ovals on 1918 registered corner ad cover addressed to Palmyra MO; three tears, Fine. Scott $75.
Suggested Bid $30.
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Lot 6814

1923, 7¢ black, FDC (Scott 559), tied to U420 entire by May 1, 1923 Washington, D.C. first day cancel, Fine. Scott $185.
Suggested Bid $70.
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Lot 6815

1923, 12¢ brown violet, FDC (Scott 564), barely tied to a registered cover by an indistinct cancel to Washington, D.C. with magenta Washington, D.C. March 20, 1923 first day handstamps on the reverse, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $40.
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Lot 6816

1923, 2¢ carmine, rotary (Scott 579), tied to cover to Brooklyn, NY by July 5, 1923 Hud. Term. Sta. NY cancel with adjoining postmark, V.G.-Fine. Scott $400.
Suggested Bid $100.
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Lot 6817

1923, 2¢ carmine, rotary (Scott 579), tied to cover to Brooklyn, NY by an October 24, 1923 Hud. Term. Sta. NY cancel with adjoining postmark, V.G.-Fine. Scott $400.
Suggested Bid $100.
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Lot 6818

1925, 10¢ orange, rotary, FDC (Scott 591), tied to cover to Marion, Ky by a June 8, 1925 Washington, D.C. first day cancel, Fine. Scott $95.
Suggested Bid $45.
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Lot 6819

1928, 2¢ carmine, type II (Scott 634A), two covers, tied by 1929 Ithaca NY machine cancels and addressed to Chicago IL, one with contents, F.-V.F. Scott $42.
Suggested Bid $20.
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Lot 6820

1929, 3¢ Kans. & 2¢ Nebr. (Scott 661, 671), tied by May 1, 1929 Washington, D.C. Air Mail slogan cancel on airmail envelope to Philadelphia, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $150.
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Lot 6821

1929, 10¢ Kans. and 2¢ Kans. (Scott 668, 660), single of former and seven singles of the latter, all tied by mute double oval cancels on legal sized 1929 registered cover to Lyons Kansas with Hutchinson Kansas corner card; purple REGISTERED and Return Receipt Requested fee Paid handstamps at left, Postage pays 15¢ for registration, 3¢ for return receipt and 6¢ for domestic postage; file fold through purple handstamps, Fine, scarce usage.
Suggested Bid $120.
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Lot 6822

1936, 3¢ TIPEX souvenir sheet, FDC (Scott 778), unaddressed, with photo cachet of FDR by Crosby; tiny tear at bottom, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $34.
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Lot 6823

1938, 1¢ Presidential, with two line Green Farms, Ct. precancel, on legal sized mourning cover addressed to Concord NH, F.-V.F.
Scott 804.
Suggested Bid $20.
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Lot 6824

1943, 2¢ Allied Nations (Scott 907), Dorothy Knapp hand painted cachet, unaddressed, fresh and bright, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $300.
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Lot 6825

1945, 3¢ Roosevelt, FDC (Scott 932), unaddressed, with full color cachet, classic Fluegel design, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $50.
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Lot 6826

1947, 3¢ Doctors (Scott 949), unknown hand painted cachet of Aurelius Cornelius Celsus with block of four with 6/9/47 cancel, pen addressed, excellent image, on reverse Limited Edition Covers No 76, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $50.
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Lot 6827

1954, 4¢ Lincoln, dry printing (Scott 1036), strip of 4 on badly smoke-damaged cover front only from Chicago to Los Angeles, May 23, 1959; handstamped "Damaged By Fire in the Postal Service", Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $100.
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Lot 6828

1988, 21¢ Railroad Mail Car coil, imperf (Scott 2265a), pair tied by 1988 First Day Of Issue machine cancel on illustrated cover, unaddressed, scarce, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $140.
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