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Lot 3073

[new York] Union Springs, Fancy Star & Dots in Circle, clear strike, along with a choice Union Springs c.d.s., Jun 16 (1865) ties a 3¢ rose (65) on an orange cover to "E.F. Rosecrants, Co. M., 9th N.C. Heavy Artillery, 2nd Brigade, 3rd Div., 6th Army Corps, Washington D.C., includes the original letter from Rosecrants' mother and daughter concerning his pending discharge and return home; cover opened roughly at right, otherwise Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 3074

[Alabama] Guin, "GUIN ALA" in 8-bar killer in purple, Very Fine strike, with a May 18, 1934 c.d.s. alongside, ties a 3¢ Mother's Day commemorative on a cover to Michigan City, Ind., signed by Guin's Postmistress, Mary J. Anthony, Very Fine. The only recorded date of use.
Loso-deWindt N-340.
Suggested Bid $40
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Lot 3075

[Alaska] Chicken, Walking Chick, three clear strikes tie 17¢ postage on a Sep 5, 1930 Registered cover to Floyd Shockley in Indianapolis. There is an additional Chicken, Alaska c.d.s. dated Aug 5, 1930 on the reverse, along with a Sep 30 Indianapolis receiver. May 5 is the date of use listed by Loso & deWindt for the Chick cancel.
Loso-deWindt N-860.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 3076

[Arizona] Liberty, Statue of Liberty, three perfect strikes tie 33¢ postage on a Jan 23, 1952 Registered cover to Floyd Shockley in Indianapolis, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-470.
Suggested Bid $250
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Lot 3077

[Arizona] Prescott, small Bronco Rider, four bold strikes tie an 8¢ Columbian block of 4 (about Fine centering) on a Sep 20, 1928 Registered cover to Chicago, Very Fine. A most unusual cover.
Loso-deWindt 942.
Suggested Bid $400
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Lot 3078

[Arkansas] Bear, Bear, five bold strikes tie 20¢ postage on a Nov 19, 1929 Registered Airmail cover to Bridgeville, Pa., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 50.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 3079

[Arkansas] Fifty Six, "56" in purple, clear strike, with a matching Mar 11, 1930 duplex handstamp alongside, cancels a 10¢ Lindbergh Airmail (C10) on a metallic gold-bordered airmail envelope to Chicago; small, unnoticeable tear at bottom, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 341.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3080

[Arkansas] Figure Five, small "5" in deep purple, two Very Fine strikes, with a Jul 30, 1934 duplex handstamp alongside, cancel 3¢ postage on a cover to Pottstown, Pa.; then a 2¢ National Park is added and canceled with a large purple "6" and a matching Sep 20, 1934 duplex handstamp at Six, W.Va., and the cover was again delivered to the previous address, Very Fine. The Six cancel is five months later than Loso & deWindt's last date of use.
Loso-deWindt 345, 1085.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 3081

[Arkansas] Hand, left-pointing Hand, light strike, along with a Feb 11, 1930 duplex handstamp, ties a 2¢ Molly Pitcher commemorative on a cover to Detroit, Very Fine, The Loso & deWindt Hand is pointing to the right, though used on the same date.
Loso-deWindt 490 var.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3082

[California] La Jolla, fancy, 3-stem Candelabra, three Very Fine strikes tie 17¢ postage on a Nov 3, 1928 Registered cover to E.J. Thompson, La Jolla's Postmaster, F.-V.F.
Loso-deWindt Unlisted.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 3083

[California] Log Cabin, in purple & green, Very Fine strike, with a 1931 Christmas Day c.d.s. alongside, ties a 702 red cross single on a cover to Chicago.
Loso-deWindt 669.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3084

[California] Monrovia, negative 5-point Star, three nice strikes tie 17¢ postage on a Nov 28, 1930 Registered cover to Hartford, Ct., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 767.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3085

[California] Pasadena, Sta. C, Elk's Club "11 O'Clock" Clock, nice strike ties a 17¢ Wilson on a small Jul 11, 1929 Registered cover to Altadena, Cal., Very Fine. A day earlier than the previously recorded only recorded date of use.
Loso-deWindt 898.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3086

[California] Sandberg, "S" in blue, nice strike ties a 17¢ Wilson on an Apr 7, 1928 Registered cover to Los Angeles, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-677.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3087

[Colorado] Pershing, General John J. Pershing in purple, clear strike, with a matching Armistice Day, Nov 11, 1932 c.d.s. alongside, ties a 3¢ William Penn commemorative on a cover to H.O. Nouss in St. Louis, with an attractive 3-color Armistice-Day cachet featuring a portrait of "Black Jack" Pershing, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-615.
Suggested Bid $50
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Lot 3088

[Colorado] Pueblo, open 5-point Star, four nice strikes cancel 17¢ postage, including a 2¢ George Rogers Clark, on a Mar 4, 1929 Registered cover to Carl Ploch in Indianapolis, with Ploch's George Rogers Clark cachet (Planty 651-1), Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 952.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3089

[Connecticut] Plantsville, Five diff designs in blackish violet, very light strikes (two each LD 916, 919 & 920) tie 17¢ postage on a Dec 30, 1930 Registered cover to Bridgeport, Ct., F.-V.F.
Loso-deWindt 916-920.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 3090

[Florida] Stuart, Shield, Winged Ball, Star & Anchor, one nice strike of each cancels 17¢ postage on a Dec 10, 1930 Registered cover from Stuart Postmaster, C.M. Loy, to Detroit, F.-V.F. The latest recorded date of use of the upright Anchor.
Loso-deWindt 1119, 1121, 1123, 1125.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3091

[Florida] Willow, Tree in green, two strikes cancel a 17¢ Wilson #697 and the indicia on a 1¢ Washington Bicentennial entire sent Registered on Jan 8, 1934, from Dr. B.R. Bales to W.G. Fountaine in Briggsdale, O., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-823.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 3092

[Georgia] Lily, Lilies in a circle in various colors, nine strikes, two purple, four black, and three violet, tie 20¢ postage, including a 5¢ Winged Globe (C12), on a Jan 12, 1931 Registered Airmail cover to Ed, Ky., Very Fine. The only recorded date of use.
Loso-deWindt N-474.
Suggested Bid $150
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Lot 3093

[Idaho] Squirrel, "Happy New Year" in magenta, two perfect strikes with a violet New Year's Day, 1932, duplex handstamp alongside, tie a 2¢ Red Cross commemorative on a cover to Chicago, Very Fine. The only date of use.
Loso-deWindt 1099.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3094

[Illinois] America, "Made in America" & "USA" Shield in red, three Very Fine strikes tie 18¢ postage on a Sep 27, 1933 Registered cover to Atlantic City, N.J., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-10.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3095

[Illinois] America, Turkey in purple, Very Fine strike with two Thanksgiving Day, Nov 24, 1932, America "M.O.B." c.d.s.s alongside, tie a 3¢ William Penn commemorative on a cover to N.O. Nouss in St. Louis with a pretty Pictorial "Thanksgiving" cachet, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-13.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 3096

[Illinois] Aroma Park, "CANCELLED" in purple, four bold strikes and a lightly struck black Jul 28, 1931 Aroma Park duplex handstamp tie a block of 4 of the 5¢ Aeronautics Conference commemorative on a registered airmail cover to Pacific Palisades, Cal., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-28.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3097

[Illinois] Bloomington, Pilgrim with Musket in dull blue, two nice strikes, with a matching Thanksgiving Day, Nov 26, 1931 c.d.s. alongside, ties a 2¢ york on a cover to R.p. Gilley in Chicago Ridge, Ill., Very Fine. The only date of use.
Loso-deWindt 75.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 3098

[Illinois] Bourbonnais, Jug of Bourbon in purple, clear strike, with a matching Dec 5, 1933 c.d.s. alongside, ties a 3¢ Century of Progress commemorative on a cover to W.G. Fountaine in Briggsdale, O., Very Fine. The only recorded date of use.
Loso-deWindt 90.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 3099

[Illinois] Chicago Ridge, 4-Point Ornament in blue & purple, six nice strikes tie 18¢ postage on an Apr 7, 1934 Registered cover from the cancel's designer, W.H. Gilley to himself in Greenleaf, Ore., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 155.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3100

[Illinois] Chicago Ridge, "A Century of Progress…" in blue-green, light strike, with a May 25, 1933 c.d.s. alongside, ties a 3¢ Century of Progress commemorative on a First Day Cover to H.O. Nouss in St. Louis with a pretty, red & blue Chicago World's Fair cachet (Planty 728-729 - 64a), Very Fine. The only recorded date of use.
Loso-deWindt 152.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3101

[Illinois] Chicago Ridge, Christopher Columbus in piecrust frame in purple, Very Fine strike, with a matching Columbus Day, Oct 12, 1933, c.d.s. alongside, ties a 3¢ Byrd Expedition commemorative on a cover to W.H. Gilley in Chicago, with an attractive red & blue Landing of Columbus cachet, Very Fine, The only date of use.
Loso-deWindt 157.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 3102

[Illinois] Chicago Ridge, Flag Bearer in Shield & Circle in purple, three clear strikes tie 17¢ postage on a Memorial Day, May 30, 1931, Registered cover to C.A. Paige in Pacolet Mills, S.C., Very Fine. The only date of use.
Loso-deWindt 146.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 3103

[Illinois] Chicago Ridge, George Washington Bicentennial in purple, Very Fine strike of this large framed cancel ties a block of 6 of 3¢ Washington Bicentennials on a Washington's Birthday, Feb 22, 1932 Registered cover to M.L. Harris in Pacolet Mills, S.C., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-163.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 3104

[Illinois] Chicago Ridge, Naval P.T. Boat in purple, Very Fine strike, with a matching Navy Day, Oct 27, 1933, c.d.s. alongside, ties a 3¢ Byrd Expedition commemorative on a cover to Chicago, with a pretty blue Grimsland Navy Day cachet, Very Fine, The only date of use.
Loso-deWindt 156.
Suggested Bid $120
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Lot 3105

[Illinois] Chicago Ridge, Witch on Broomstick, two nice strikes tie 15¢ postage and cancel the indicia on a 2¢ Sesquicentennial entire sent Registered on Halloween, 1930, to Floyd Shockley in Indianapolis, Very Fine. The only date of use.
Loso-deWindt 141.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 3106

[Illinois] Chicago, McKinley Park Sta., Jester, two bold strikes tie 17¢ postage, including a pair of 1923 8¢ Airmails (C4), on a 1931 April Fool's Day Registered cover to C.A. Paige in East Lansing, Mich., F.-V.F. The only date of use.
Loso-deWindt 133.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 3107

[Illinois] Congerville, outlined "C" in purple, three Very Fine strikes tie 17¢ postage on a Jan 14, 1931 Registered cover to R.S. Foster in Bridgeport, Ct., Very Fine. The only recorded date of use.
Loso-deWindt N-207.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3108

[Illinois] Decatur, Jean Stratton-Porter Monument, three Very Fine strikes tie 17¢ postage on a Sep 11, 1930 Registered cover from the cancel's designer, C.A. Paige, to W.H. Gilley in Highland, Ind.; the cover bears the illustrated corner card of Rice's Hotel in Decatur, Very Fine. Reportedly, only 6-8 covers were made.
Loso-deWindt 225.
Suggested Bid $100


Jean Stratton-Porter (1863-1924) was a well-known author of novels and children's books who lived near the Limberlost Trail and Decatur
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Lot 3109

[Illinois] Garden Prairie, small Cabin in brown, four nice strikes tie 17¢ postage on an Apr 16, 1931 Registered cover to R.S. Foster in Bridgeport, Ct., Very Fine. The only recorded date of use.
Loso-deWindt 399.
Suggested Bid $160
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Lot 3110

[Illinois] Goodwine, Wine Glass in purple, four choice strikes, with a matching Dec 5, 1933 c.d.s. alongside, ties a 18¢ postage on a Registered cover to W.G. Fountaine in Briggsdale, O., Very Fine. The only recorded date of use.
Loso-deWindt 451.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 3111

[Illinois] Henton Hen + "TON" in purple, two Very Fine strikes, with a Jul 30, 1931 duplex handstamp alongside, tie a 2¢ Red Cross commemorative on a small cover to Oshkosh, Wis., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 518.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3112

[Illinois] Henton, George Washington in bluish green, clear strike, with a matching 1932 Christmas Day c.d.s. alongside, ties 1¢ & 2¢ Washington Bicentennials on a cover to New York City with a homemade Washington/Christmas cachet; slight toning, otherwise Very Fine. Not recorded after Nov 12, 1932.
Loso-deWindt 525.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3113

[Illinois] Lilly, "L" in purple, three nice strikes tie 17¢ postage on an Oct 1, 1931 Registered cover from W.H. Gilley to R.P. Gilley in Chicago Ridge, Ill.; small tear at top edge, otherwise Very Fine. The only recorded date of use.
Loso-deWindt 647.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3114

[Illinois] Mahomet, "Remember Pearl Harbor, Wake and Manila", choice strike, with an Apr 4, 1942 c.d.s. alongside, ties a 3¢ National Defense on a cover to Seattle, Wash. with a red Patriotic cachet for "The Second Exhibition of the Associated Stamp Clubs of the Chesapeake Area", Very Fine. A previously unrecorded slogan and the only one with a 1942 year date.
Loso-deWindt 703 var.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3115

[Illinois] New Lenox, Lily in purple & green, two nice strikes tie 17¢ postage, including a 1923 8¢ Airmail (C4) on an Easter Sunday, Apr 5, 1931 Registered cover to C.A. Paige in East Lansing, Mich., Very Fine. The only date of use.
Loso-deWindt 800.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 3116

[Illinois] Orland Park, "Halloween/1932" in purple, perfect strike with a matching Halloween, 1932, c.d.s. alongside ties a 3¢ Washington Bicentennial on a cover to M.L. Harris in Pacolet Mills, S.C., with an additional strike of an orange Jack-O-Lantern, like that of Mesick, Mich. (LD 743), at the upper left, Very Fine. Loso & deWindt mistakenly identify this town as ORLANDO Park.
Loso-deWindt 853.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3117

[Illinois] Palos Park, "Post Office Day/1175-1932" in purple, nice strike, with a magenta Jul 26, 1932 duplex handstamp alongside, ties a 3¢ Washington on a cover to R.S. Foster in Bridgeport, Ct., Very Fine. Loso & deWindt note the only date of use as July 7, but July 26, 1932, was the actual date of the Washington Bicentennial year Post Office Day.
Loso-deWindt 886.
Suggested Bid $40
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Lot 3118

[Illinois] White Heath, Star duplex in brown, choice Jun 19, 1932 strike ties a 3¢ Summer Olympics commemorative on a cover to W.G. Fountaine in Columbus, O.; backstamped Columbus the next day, Very Fine. An unlisted color.
Loso-deWindt 1234, 1236.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3119

[Illinois] Worth, illuminated "W" in turqoise, three nice strikes, along with a purple Aug 22, 1930 duplex handstamp, tie 15¢ postage and cancel the indicia on a 2¢ entire sent Registered by W.H. Gilley to Highland, Ind., Very Fine. A marvelous unlisted Worth cancel; probably a Gilley creation.
Loso-deWindt Unlisted.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 3120

[Illinois] Worth, Turkey in blue, choice strike cancels a 2¢ Washington #634 with a matching Thanksgiving Day c.d.s. alongside, Nov 27, 1930, on a first class cover to W.H. Gilley in Chicago; minor soiling, otherwise Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-849.
Suggested Bid $50
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Lot 3121

[Indiana] Bass, small American Flag in purple, two Very Fine strikes, with a Flag Day, Jun 14, 1931 c.d.s. alongside, ties a 2¢ Aeronautics Conference on a cover to W.H. Gilley in Chicago, Very Fine. The only date of use.
Loso-deWindt 47.
Suggested Bid $120
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Lot 3122

[Indiana] Boggstown, Crescent & Star in purple, four perfect strikes, with the Star to the left of the Crescent, tie 17¢ postage on an Aug 23, 1930 Registered cover to LeGrand Payne in Indianapolis; includes Payne's original Registered Mail Receipt, Very Fine. Loso & deWindt note, "Less than 40 envelopes canceled".
Loso-deWindt 82.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 3123

[Indiana] Castleton, negative boxed Castle in purple, five Very Fine strikes (inverted) tie 17¢ postage on a Jun 25, 1930 Registered cover to Floyd Shockley in Indianapolis, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 120.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 3124

[Indiana] Highland double-lined Diamond in black, six clear, overlapped horizontal strikes, plus an Aug 28, 1929 c.d.s., tie 17¢ postage on a Registered cover from W.H. Gilley to Chicago, F.-V.F. Two days earlier than Loso & deWindt's earliest recorded date of use; and previously recorded only in purple and blue.
Loso-deWindt 536 var.
Suggested Bid $150
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Lot 3125

[Indiana] Highland Shamrock in green, five nice strikes tie 17¢ postage (all green stamps, somewhat obscuring the cancels) on a 1930 St. Patrick's Day Registered cover to R.P. Gilley in Pacolet Mills, S.C. The only date of use.
Loso-deWindt 541.
Suggested Bid $120
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Lot 3126

[Indiana] Mexico, small walking "Mexican" figure with Sombrero in purple, four light strikes tie 17¢ postage on an Oct 9, 1930 Registered to Floyd Shockley in Cumberland, Ind., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 745.
Suggested Bid $160
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Lot 3127

[Indiana] Patricksburg, Shamrock in octagonall frame in green, Very Fine strike with a matching 1934 St. Patrick's Day c.d.s. alongside, on a cover to Thomas Cornish in Chicago, with an unusual green & black St. Patrick's Day cachet, Very Fine. The only date of use.
Loso-deWindt 902.
Suggested Bid $70
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Lot 3128

[Indiana] Santa Claus, Santa Claus Descending Chimney, three light strikes, two in brown, one in purplish black, tie 17¢ postage on 1930 New Year's Day Registered cover to Thomas Cornish in Chicago, F.-V.F. Previously recorded only on Christmas Day, 1929.
Loso-deWindt 1029.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 3129

[Indiana] Schererville, "MERRY XMAS" Bell in purple, two perfect strikes tie 17¢ postage on a 1930 Christmas Day Registered cover to C.A. Paige in East Lansing, Mich., Very Fine. The only date of use.
Loso-deWindt 1040.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3130

[Indiana] Sumava Resorts, Arrow-Pierced Heart in purple, nice strike, with a matching Valentine's Day, 1931 c.d.s. alongside, ties a 2¢ Edison commemorative on a cover to Chicago, F.-V.F.
Loso-deWindt 1130.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 3131

[Indiana] Zionsville, unframed "Z" in purple, three clear strikes tie 18¢ postage on an Oct 8, 1929 Registered cover to LeGrand Payne in Indianapolis, Very Fine. A year earlier that the Loso & deWindt listing.
Loso-deWindt 1270.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3132

[Iowa] Fairfield, Ear of Corn, four bold strikes tie 17¢ postage on a small Jul 17, 1928 Registered cover from the Fairfield Postmaster, Dean Taylor to St. Petersburg, Fla., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 325.
Suggested Bid $150
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Lot 3133

[Iowa] Lincoln, "Memorial Day" with Flag Bearer & Drummer in a small shield in purple, Very Fine strike, with a matching Memorial Day, May, 30, 1932 c.d.s. alongside, ties a 2¢ Winter Olympics on a cover to Chicago, Very Fine. The only date of use.
Loso-deWindt 651.
Suggested Bid $70
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Lot 3134

[Kansas] Coffeyville, Stars & Stripes Shield in purple, Very Fine strike ties a 17¢ Wilson on a small Oct 18, 1928 Registered cover to Lancaster, Pa., Very Fine. Reportedly, only used about 50 times.
Loso-deWindt 181.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 3135

[Kentucky] Anchor, large unframed Anchor in purple, Very Fine strike, with a matching Sep 9, 1933 Anchor c.d.s. alongside, ties an imperf 3¢ Century of Progress on a cover to W.H. Gilley in Chicago, Very Fine. Loso & deWindt lists cancel only in blue, magenta, green and orange.
Loso-deWindt 15.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3136

[Kentucky] Ed, Abraham Lincoln, Very Fine strike, with a Lincoln's Birthday, Feb 12, 1934, c.d.s. alongside, ties a 3¢ Lincoln coil on a cover to Tacoma, Wash.
Loso-deWindt 273.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 3137

[Kentucky] Ed, Duck in square frame in purple, nice strike, with a Jun 4, 1930 c.d.s. alongside, ties a 2¢ Washington on a cover to W.H. Gilley in Chicago, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-258.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3138

[Kentucky] Ed, Exploding Firecracker in purple, four clear strikes tie 17¢ postage on a July 4, 1930 Registered cover to Floyd Shockley in Indianapolis, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-256.
Suggested Bid $140
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Lot 3139

[Kentucky] Ed, framed "A Merry Xmas" and a Turkey in deep purple, Very Fine strikes, with a 1930 Christmas Day c.d.s. alongside, tie a 1¢ Washington & a 2¢ Yorktown on a pictorial-cacheted "Christmas Greetings" cover to Christmas, Fla., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 278, 274.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3140

[Kentucky] Ed, framed "Remember Our Heroes" in purple, Very Fine strike, with a Memorial Day, May 30, 1935, c.d.s. alongside, ties 1¢ & 2¢ imperf National Parks on a cover to St. Charles, Ill., Very Fine. Loso & deWindt's last date of use is 1934.
Loso-deWindt 284.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3141

[Kentucky] Ed, Irish Harp in ornate circle in green, five light strikes tie 17¢ postage on a 1930 St. Patrick's Day Registered cover from W.H. Gilley to Gilley & Paige in Highland, Ind., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 282.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3142

[Kentucky] Ed, Masonic Two-Headed Eagle in blue, five choice strikes tie 17¢ postage on an Apr 24, 1930 Registered cover to Floyd Shockley in Indianapolis, Very Fine. Ed's Postmaster, E.S. True, this device was "not used often".
Loso-deWindt 288.
Suggested Bid $180
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Lot 3143

[Kentucky] Ed, open 5-point Star in circle in deep purple, clear strike, with an Oct 4, 1930 c.d.s. alongside, ties a 2¢ Braddock's Field commemorative on a cover to W.H. Gilley in Chicago, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 254.
Suggested Bid $50
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Lot 3144

[Kentucky] Ed, Squirrel & "I C U R A NUT 2", choice strike, with a Dec 29, 1929 c.d.s. alongside, cancels a 2¢ Ohio River Canal commemorative on a cover to LeGrand Payne in Indianapolis; typed corner card of Ed, Ky. Postmaster, E.S. True with a handstamped Dog chasing a Rabbit similar to Loso & deWindt 283; enclosed is the original letter from True in which he speaks of his "Leopard and Deer" cancels and detailing his "I see you are a 'nut' to." device., Very Fine. A unique piece of collateral relating to this period in Ed, Kentucky's postal history.
Loso-deWindt 271.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 3145

[Kentucky] Gee, "G" in deep purple, bold strike, with a Feb 6, 1930 Gee duplex handstamp alongside, cancels a 2¢ Fallen Timbers commemorative on a cover to Detroit, Very Fine. The first recorded date of use.
Loso-deWindt 400.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3146

[Kentucky] War Creek, "11/11" and fancy "Peace" in purple, Very Fine strikes tie 18¢ postage on a marvelous Nov 11,1933 3-color cacheted Armistice Day Registered cover to M.H. Spies in Decatur, Ill., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-783 + Unlisted.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3147

[Louisiana] Red Fish, Fish in purple, three nice strikes tie 17¢ on a Nov 13, 1930 Registered cover to W.H. Gilley in Highland, Ind. and forwarded to Chicago with a Nov 19 c.d.s. on the front, F.-V.F. Loso & deWindt shows thie Fish facing left; this one is facing right.
Loso-deWindt 964 var.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 3148

[Maine], Flagstaff, Waving American Flag in magenta, bold strike, with a Flag Day, Jun 14, 1932 c.d.s. alongside, ties a 2¢ Von Steuben commemorative on a cover to Thomas Cornish in Chicago with a pretty thermographed Nelson White Flag Day cachet, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-306.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3149

[Maryland] Bethlehem, "Merry Christmas Bells in purple, Very Fine strike, with a matching 1932 Christmas Day duplex handstamp alongside, ties a 3¢ Daniel Webster commemorative on a cover to W.G. Fountaine in Columbus, O. with a pretty red & green "Old Time Merry Christmas" cachet, Very Fine. The only date of use.
Loso-deWindt 64.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3150

[Michigan] Grand Rapids, 8-Point Star in 3 concentric circles, five nice strikes tie 17¢ postage on an Aug 3, 1931 Registered cover to Los Angeles, F.-V.F.
Loso-deWindt 458.
Suggested Bid $50
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Lot 3151

[Michigan] Jennison, "G.A.R." & Man in Wreath in blue, perfect strike, picturing Grand Army of the Republic founder, Dr. Benjamin Frankilin Stephenson, with a greenish blue Memorial Day, May 30, 1932 dhs alo, ties a 2¢ Washington on a to R.P. Gilley in Chicago Ridge, Ill., Very Fine. A C.A. Paige.
Loso-deWindt 597.
Suggested Bid $120
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Lot 3152

[Minnesota] Minneapolis, "OCT.", three bold strikes cancel 18¢ postage on a locally addressed, Oct 15, 1930 Registered cover, Very Fine. The only recorded date of use; said to be one of only five examples.
Loso-deWindt N-532.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 3153

[Mississippi] Independence, large Eagle & "Independence Day" in blue & purple, magnificent; Very Fine strike, with a blue July 4, 1934 duplex handstamp alongside, ties a 2¢ Massachusetts Bay commemorative on a cover to H.O. Nouss in St. Louis with a great 3-color Independence Day cachet, Very Fine. The only date of use of this cancel in blue & magenta; LD N-387, the same cancel in purple, was used on July 4, 1933.
Loso-deWindt 582.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 3154

[Mississippi] Money framed "MONEY/MISS." in purple, five Very Fine cancel 17¢ postage, including a 1¢ Kans., on an Aug 14, 1930 Registered cover to Otto W. Lampe in New York in New York City, Very Fine. Previously only recorded on Aug 13.
Loso-deWindt 762.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 3155

[Missouri] Banner, Betsy Ross Sewing First American Flag in purple, two perfect strikes of this beautifully detailed cancel tie 18¢ postage on a Flag Day, Jun 14, 1934 Registered cover to Chicago Ridge, Ill., with a 3-color Nelson White Flag Day cachet, Very Fine. Loso & deWindt mistakenly list this town as Banner, Maryland.
Loso-deWindt N-42.
Suggested Bid $120
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Lot 3156

[Missouri] Blooming Rose, Rose on Stem in purple, Very Fine strike, with a matching Nov 1, 1933 duplex handstamp, tie 3¢ postage on a cover to Chicago with a calligraphic address and a beautiful 3-color pen & ink drawing of a Biird and "Birthday Greetings", Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 76.
Suggested Bid $120
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Lot 3157

[Montana], Finch, "Easter" & Lily in purple & green, three choice strikes, with an Easter Sunday, Apr 5, 1931 c.d.s. alongside, tie 17¢ postage on Registered cover from.A. Paige to himself in East Lansing, Mich., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-300.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 3158

[Nebraska] Arborville, Tree with fancy frame in green, frame in gray, choice strike, with a matching Arbor Day, Apr 22, 1934, Arborville c.d.s. alongside, ties a 2¢ Arbor Day commemorative on a cover to Chicago Ridge, Ill. with an Ioor 3-color Arbor Day Pictorial cachet that was prepared for the 1932 release of the stamp, Very Fine. Tthis cover was mailed Third Class with an unsealed flap.
Loso-deWindt N-26.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3159

[Nevada] Hawthorne, framed Anchor with "U. S. N." in blue & purple, perfect strike, the top half blue, the bottom purple, with a blue Oct 27, 1933, "Naval Ammunition Depot, Hawthorne, Nevada" Clock c.d.s. (LD N-351) alongside, ties a 3¢ Washington on a cover to Syracuse, N.Y., with a fancy 4-line "Naval Ammunition Depot, Navy Day, Oct. 27 1932, Hawthorne, Nevada" handstamped cachet, Very Fine. The first day of use of the framed Anchor.
Loso-deWindt 507.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3160

[New Hampshire] Alton, 5-Point Star, nine clear strikes cancel nine 2¢ stamps on a Feb 9, 1929 Registered cover to Plainfield, N.J., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 11.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3161

[New Jersey] Edgewater, "R" in circle, four bold strikes tie 17¢ postage (½¢-5¢ washbs), on a Feb 24, 1932 Registered cover to San Bernadino, Cal., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 301.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3162

[New Jersey] Wildwood, small "W" in circle in purple, nine strikes cancel 17¢ postage, including an imperf 3¢ offset block of 4 (536), on a Feb 11, 1929 Registered cover to Hartford, Ct., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 1240.
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Lot 3163

[New Mexico] Santa Fe, Indian in Headdress in purple, six clear strikes in purple and one, somewhat over-inked strike in black, cancel 22¢ postage, including a 5¢ Winged Globe (C12), on an Aug 13, 1930 Registered cover to Chicago, with a Chicago Optician's corner card (same as addressee), F.-V.F. The only recorded date of use; Loso & deWindt: "Rare". In our opinion, these two tracings are made from different strikes of the same device.
Loso-deWindt N-688/689.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 3164

[New York] Beerton, Mug of Beer in purple, Very Fine strike, with a matching Apr 7, 1933 duplex handstamp alongside, ties a 3¢ Oglethorpe commemorative on a cover to R.P. Gilley in Chicago Ridge, Ill., Very Fine. The first day of use.
Loso-deWindt 57.
Suggested Bid $150
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Lot 3165

[New York] Brooklyn receiving Ship, Bust of Washington in pale blue, light strike, along with a matching Dec 31, 1932 duplex handstamp with the slogan "Washington Last Day", tie a pair of 1¢ Washington Bicentennials on an unaddressed cover with an appropriate red & blue cachet for the Last Day of the Washington Bicentennial Year, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 100.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3166

[North Carolina] Patrick, "ST. PATRICK'S DAY" in green, perfect strike, with a matching c.d.s. 1932, St. Patrick's Day duplex handstamp alongside, ties a 2¢ Sullivan commemorative on a cover with a calligraphic address to R.P. Gilley in Chicago, Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 900.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3167

[Ohio] Christiansburg, Cross on Shield, four Very Fine strikes, three in purple & green, the fourth in blue & green, tie 15¢ postage on a 3¢ Washington Bicentennial entire sent Registered on Aug 31, 1933, from W.G. Fountaine to Columbus, O.; penciled note at the top reads "10 mailed", Very Fine. Similar to ldw 162.
Loso-deWindt Unlisted.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 3168

[Ohio] Friendship, Hand Shake in blue, four light strikes, with an Aug 16, 1933 c.d.s. alongside, tie 16¢ postage and cancel the indicia on a 2¢ entire sent Registered to Dr. B.R. Bales in Kingston, O., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-321.
Suggested Bid $150
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Lot 3169

[Ohio] Hemlock, Fir Tree in bluish green, four nice strikes tie 16¢ postage and cancel the indicia on a 2¢ Washington Bicentennial entire sent Registered on Sep 13, 1933 from Dr. B.R. Bales to Columbus, O., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt N-355.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 3170

[Ohio] Patriot, Hand holding String of Firecrackers in purple, two nice strikes tie 18¢ postage on a July 4, 1934 Registered cover to Thomas Cornish in Chicago, with a printed cachet matching the design of the cancel, otherwise Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 903.
Suggested Bid $150
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Lot 3171

[Ohio] Poplar Grove, Poplar Tree in green, six nice strikes, with a matching Aug 16, 1933 alongside, tie 18¢ postage on a Registered cover from Dr. B.R. Bales to himself in Kingston, O., Very Fine.
Loso-deWindt 931.
Suggested Bid $120
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Lot 3172

[Ohio], Sandusky, Great Lakes Steamer in blue & purple, four Very Fine strikes, two in each color, tie 15¢ postage and cancel the indicia on a 2¢ entire sent Registered on Mar 14, 1930, to Thomas Cornish in Chicago, F.-V.F. Loso & deWindt: "Rare"; town mistakenly identified as Sandusky, Mich..
Loso-deWindt N-681.
Suggested Bid $250
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