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Lot 6412

1903, 5¢ blue (Scott 304), vertical pair tied by purple boxed "Registered/Nov 19/H.W. Ricker P.M./So. Poland ME", on cover addressed to Boston, Boston receivers; two mended tears, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $10
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Realized $5.
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Lot 6413

1909, 2¢ Hudson-Fulton, imperf (Scott 373), tied by 1911 Little Falls NY flag cancel on corner ad cover addressed to New York City; edge flaws, vertical crease center, Fine. Scott $40 .
Suggested Bid $16
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Realized $8.
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Lot 6414

1911, 1¢ green, imperf (Scott 383), pair tied by Glastonbury CT machine cancel to corner ad FRONT ONLY, addressed to Minneapolis MN, two staple holes center, inverted 1917 year date, F.-V.F. Scott $5 .
Suggested Bid $10
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Realized $5.
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Lot 6415

1911, 2¢ carmine, imperf (Scott 384), tied by 1911 Chicago IL corner ad cover addressed to City; upper left corner missing, Fine. Scott $4 .
Suggested Bid $10
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Realized $5.
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Lot 6416

1912, 1¢ green, imperf (Scott 408), two covers, each with pair 1¢, the first tied by 1916 Hallstead PA duplex addressed to Marion KY, the second tied by 1916 AR duplex addressed to Marion KY, edge tear and flaws, F.-V.F. Scott $4 .
Suggested Bid $10
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Realized $5.
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Lot 6417

1912, 1¢ green, imperf (Scott 408), two covers, each with pair 1¢, the first tied by 1914 Prince Fredericktown MD duplex addressed to Marion KY with vertical filefold, the second tied by 1914 Nashville TN machine cancel addressed to Marion KY with vertical filefold, F.-V.F. Scott $4 .
Suggested Bid $6
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Realized $3.
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Lot 6418

1912, 1¢ green, imperf (Scott 408), two covers, each with pair 1¢, the first tied by 1916 IA duplex addressed to Marion KY, the second tied by 1916 Il duplex addressed to Marion KY with sunning and spindle hole, F.-V.F. Scott $4 .
Suggested Bid $6
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Realized $3.
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Lot 6419

1912, 2¢ carmine, imperf (Scott 409), tied by 1913 Milford CT flag cancel tied to stamp co. corner ad FRONT ONLY, addressed to Minneapolis MN; staple holes, F.-V.F. Scott $2 .
Suggested Bid $10
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Realized $5.
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Lot 6420

1914, 30¢ orange red (Scott 439), tied by 1915 Atlanta GA duplex on corner ad cover addressed to Springfield MA; reduced at right, edge tears at bottom, F.-V.F. Scott $250 .
Suggested Bid $70
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Realized $36.
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Lot 6421

1917, 2¢ deep rose, type Ia (Scott 500), tied by 1920 Lancaster PA machine cancel, addressed to Terre Hill PA, F.-V.F. Scott $650 .
Suggested Bid $160
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Realized $80.
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Lot 6422

1920, 2¢ Pilgrim (Scott 549), First Day cover, Washington D.C., Dec. 21, 1920 machine slogan cancel, neat manuscript address, Very Fine. Scott $700 .
Suggested Bid $110
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Realized $55.
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Lot 6423

1923, $1 violet black (Scott 571), $1 strip of five andpair tied by dumb ovals, with 824 (4) and 900 (2) on customs tag for Parcel Post mail, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $55
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Realized $28.
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Lot 6424

1923, $2 deep blue (Scott 572), Montgomery Ward merchandise tag with 42 pair (572) and other 4th bureau issues tied by 1925 Chicago IL duplexes, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $55
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Realized $30.
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Lot 6425

1923, 1¢ green, imperf (Scott 575), pair 1¢ tied by 1929 Cincinnati OH on illustrated Society Philatelic Americans corner ad cover addressed to Madeira OH, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $11
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Realized $6.
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Lot 6426

1923, 1¢ green, Schermack type III perforations (Scott 575), single, Chicago Illinois pre-cancel on blue envelope addressed to Tacoma Washington; trivial cover flaws, otherwise F.-V.F. Scott $450 .
Suggested Bid $10
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Realized $10.
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Lot 6427

1928, 2¢ Molly Pitcher (Scott 646), tied by "West Branch IA/Mar 4/2 30 PM/1929" machine cancel on cover addressed to Steelton PA, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $10
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Realized $5.
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Lot 6428

1929, 2¢ Edison, rotary coil (Scott 656), pair third day of issue, with Roessler cachet, addressed to East Orange NJ, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $40
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Realized $20.
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Lot 6429

1930, 2¢ Massachusetts Bay Colony FDC (Scott 682), tied by Boston MA machine cancel, addressed to Syracuse NY, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $20
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Realized $10.
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Lot 6430

1930, 2¢ Massachusetts Bay Colony (Scott 682), tied by Apr 8 1930 Boston MA cancel on cacheted and addressed FDC, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $10
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Realized $5.
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Lot 6431

1938, 9¢ Presidential (Scott 814), paying triple rate tied by 1949 Pittsburgh PA duplex on large envelope addressed to Ardmor PA, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $55
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Realized $28.
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Lot 6432

1942, 5¢ Chinese Resistance FDC (Scott 906), addressed, Very Fine. Scott $18 .
Suggested Bid $30
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Realized $15.
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Lot 6433

1942, 5¢ Chinese Resistance (Scott 906), first day cover, addressed, Very Fine. Scott $18 .
Suggested Bid $30
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Realized $15.
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Lot 6434

1947, 5¢ & 10¢ Centenary International Philatelic Exhibition (Scott 948), signed by the two engravers and the letterer, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $20
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Realized $22.
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Lot 6435

1947, 5¢ & 10¢ Centenary International Philatelic Exhibition (Scott 948), a scarce pre-first day cover dated May 17 (two days early) for #948, also a very nice grouping of items from the 1947 meeting of the Aero Philatelist club, includes membership card, invitation to stump the experts, certificate for winning, ribbon, ticket and guest pass, and interesting and historic lot, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $160


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Realized $80.
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Lot 6436

1954-63, Liberty Issue usages on registered bank mail tags, 500 tags from various East Coast banks, most franked with blocks of the high value of the Liberty Issue 1048-1052, a treasure trove for the specialist of this era, tremendous retail/resale potential, please inspect, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $600
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Realized $300.
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Lot 6437

1971, 6¢ Wool (Scott 1423), first day cover with first Bazaar cachet, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $10
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Realized $5.
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Lot 6438

1972, 8¢ Tom Sawyer (Scott 1470), seven different cachets, first Coulson cachets, unaddressed, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $10
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Realized $5.
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Lot 6439

1974, 10¢ Peace on Earth (Scott 1552), first day cover with first Glen cachet, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $10
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Realized $5.
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Lot 6440

1974, 10¢ Peace on Earth (Scott 1552), first day cover with first Glen cachet, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $10
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Realized $5.
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Lot 6441

1977, 13¢ Lindbergh Flight (Scott 1710), first day cover with first Tudor House cachet, unaddressed, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $10
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Realized $5.
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Lot 6442

1977, 13¢ Lindbergh Flight (Scott 1710), four first day covers with two different first Spectrum cachets, unaddressed, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $10
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Realized $5.
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