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U.S.Postal History


Airmail and Back-of-the-Book




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Lot 6829

Airmail, 1918, 6¢ orange (Scott C1), lower left sheet margin block of 4 on choice airmail cover Washington, D.C. to Fort Totten, N.Y., May 18, 1927, Extremely Fine.
Suggested Bid $100.
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Lot 6830

Airmail, 1935, 25¢ China Clipper (Scott C20), first day cover, 1935 Nov 22 San Francisco, typewritten cachet, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $20.
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Lot 6831

Special Delivery, 1902-11, cover lot, five covers, two with E6, three with E8; mixed condition, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $100.
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Lot 6832

Special Delivery, 1944, 13¢ blue (Scott E17), Mae Weigand hand painted cachet, with #922, light pencil address, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $150.
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Lot 6833

Special Delivery, 1944, 17¢ orange yellow (Scott E18), Mae Weigand hand painted cachet, with #924, light pencil address, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $200.
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Lot 6834

Registry, 1911, 10¢ ultramarine (Scott F1), used with 2¢ (406) tied by machine cancel to 1913 cover, addressed to Pasadena CA, violet registry box, with matching "Receipt Desired", registry backstamps, F.-V.F. Scott $80.
Suggested Bid $45.
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Lot 6835

Postage Dues, 1927, used on Dead Letter Branch envelope, J61 & J62 (precancelled) with 1927 machine cancel on Official Business cover addressed to Chicago, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $20.
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Lot 6836

Postage Dues, 1927, used on Dead Letter Branch envelope, J61 & J62 (both precancelled) with 1927 machine cancel on Official Business cover addressed to Chicago, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $20.
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Lot 6837

Postage Due, 1879-96, three covers, first is addressed to Portland CT with 1879 binocular due 10 cts marking from Sweden, second is addressed to New York with 1895 binocular due 10 cts with J42 on reverse, and third is addressed to Portland CT with 1896 binocular 10 cts due with J42, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $70.
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Lot 6838

Shanghai US Post Office, 1906, cover to PA forwarded, 2¢ (319) faulty tied by Shanghai US Post Office duplex on red band cover to Tyrone PA, with Tyrone flag cancel and forwarded to Portland OR, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $50.
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Lot 6839

Treasury Dept., 1873, 1¢ brown (Scott O72), single, centered to bottom, tied by target cancel on legal sized cover addressed to Minerva NY, blue "Minerva N.Y. Mar 24 1875" receiving mark at left, "United States Internal Revenue, Dep'y Collector's Office, 15 (manuscript) District, New York" return address at top left; glue stain at center, Fine.
Suggested Bid $32.
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Lot 6840

Treasury Dept., 1873, 3¢ brown (Scott O74), cancelled with grid with Bridgeport CT cds on United States Internal Revenue cover, addressed to Barkhemsted CT; reduced at left, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $70.
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Lot 6841

Post Office Seal, 1919, black, perf 12 (Scott OX21), two over top of 1937 wrecked cover, also 3¢ (720), on reverse purple "Clyde N.Y./May 18 1937" with manuscript "Recd at Clyde NY/Post Office in this/Condition", signed by Asst P.M.; vertical rip, numerous stains and edge faults, V.G.-Fine.
Suggested Bid $36.
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Lot 6842

Parcel Post Postage Due, 1913, 1¢ dark green (Scott JQ1), two singles, each tied by double oval Woonsocket RI postmarks on 2¢ entire addressed to RI, purple straightline "POSTAGE DUE 2 CENTS" at left and Batavia NY Sep 12 1913 machine cancel; minor cover bend at bottom right.
Suggested Bid $160.
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Lot 6843

Parcel Post Postage Due, 1913, 5¢ dark green (Scott JQ3), pair tied to cover with "T" in circle and 1920 binocular postmark with "New York NY Sta City Hall" and "Due/10/cents" on cover to Newtown OH; tape repairs to cover, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $140.
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Lot 6844

Bicycle Mail, Fresno - San Francisco, anniversary covers, five covers and five sheets of six, includes two 1935 covers, 1944 cover, two 1994 covers, and one imperf 1935 sheet and four 1994 sheets, intriguing collection, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $200.
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Lot 6845

Blood & Co., 1850 (1¢) bronze on black (Scott 15L13), acid tied on cover with Blood's handstamp, addressed to Philadelphia, Very Fine. Scott $75.
Suggested Bid $34.
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Lot 6846

Blood & Co., 1854 (1¢) bronze on lilac (Scott 15L14), tied by Blood's Dispatch handstamp, on cover addressed to Philadelphia PA; edge flaws and light toning, F.-V.F. Scott $200.
Suggested Bid $60.
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Lot 6847

Blood & Co., 1854 (1¢) bronze on lilac (Scott 15L14), local acid tied, Blood's Dispatch handstamp, with 3¢ (11) tied by Philadelphia PA cds, on cover addressed to Falmouth VA; repaired, paper wrinkles, F.-V.F. Scott $200.
Suggested Bid $55.
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Lot 6848

Blood & Co., 1853 (1¢) blue & pink on bluish (Scott 15L15), acid tied with Blood's Dispatch handstamp, blue Philadelphia PA cds with matching "FREE" straight line, on cover addressed to Walnford NJ, with contents; small nick lower right, F.-V.F. Scott $50.
Suggested Bid $70.
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Lot 6849

Blood & Co., 1854 (1¢) bronze on black (Scott 15L16), acid tied, used with 3¢(11A) tied by indistinct cds, on cover addressed to New York City, F.-V.F. Scott $75.
Suggested Bid $70.
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Lot 6850

Boyd's City Express, 1854, 2¢ black on green (Scott 20L10), local tied by "Paid/J.T.B." struck three times, with Boyd's City Express Post at left, addressed to city, with original contents; cut to shape, backflap almost detached, light stain center from sealing wax, F.-V.F. Scott $350.
Suggested Bid $200.
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Lot 6851

South Western Telegraph Co, 3¢ (26) tied by blue circle grid with matching "Nashville Ten/Nov/28/1860" cds on cover addressed to Louisville KY, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $34

Addressed to Norvin Green, President of the South West Telegraph Co, Louisville KY. Company operated between North & South prior to the Civil War. Served CSA during the War. Merged with American Telegraph Co in 1865
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Lot 6852

Western Union Telegraph Co., envelope with half rate message, from Obelin OH to Saratoga NY, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $34.
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