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Lot 3201

1851, 3¢ orange brown, type II (Scott 10A), margins clear to barely touching, tied by an Aug 29 (1851) c.d.s. on a folded address leaf to Detroit, Mich., F.-V.F. Scott $190 .
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3202

1857, 1¢ blue, type IIIa (Scott 22), position 54R4, fine, tied by "BOSTON/15 JAN/Mass." town postmark (1858) on printed notice of the Boston and Roxbury Mill Corporation, dated January 11, 1858, perforations trimmed away at left. Scott $500 .
Suggested Bid $250
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Lot 3203

1857, 1¢ blue, type V (Scott 24), with oversize left margin completely "capturing" the imprint "…penter & Co. BANK NOTE ENGR"… from position 41L9, tied by a blurred large Bostob PAID grid on a neat small locally addressed cover with a red Boston double-lined c.d.s., Sep 25 (1860); stamp extends slightly beyond edge of envelope, but does not appear to have been damaged as a result, Very Fine. A marvelous little cover, .
Suggested Bid $120
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Lot 3204

1869, 3¢ ultramarine (Scott 114), canceled with a clear Cazenovia, N.Y. Spiral on a small lady's envelope to Oneida, N.Y. postmarked with a choice Jan 17 (1870) Cazenovia c.d.s., Very Fine.
Skinner-Eno SD-S 4.
Suggested Bid $150
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Lot 3205

1870, 6¢ carmine (Scott 148), average centering, bright and fresh, tied by an Aug 29 (1872) Bangor, Me. double circle datestamp on a neat cover to Elisha Hunt Allen, Chief Justice of the Kingdom of Hawaii, in Honolulu; manuscript instruction "For Mrs. Allen", Very Fine. A very scarce destination., .
Suggested Bid $150
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Lot 3206

1901, Pan-American, 1¢ green & black (Scott 294), plate no. single with multiple pressmen's initials tied by a Jul 19 Expo machine cancel on a "Temple of Music" Official Souvenir Mailing Card to Milwaukee, Wis., Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3207

1901, Pan-American, 1¢ green & black (Scott 294), plate no. single with multiple pressmen's initials tied by a Jul 19 Expo machine cancel on a "U.S. Government Building" Official Souvenir Mailing Card to Milwaukee, Wis., F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $50
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Lot 3208

1901, Pan-American, 1¢ green & black (Scott 294), tied by a Jul 24 Expo machine cancel on a "Electricity Building" Official Souvenir Mailing Card, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $40
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Lot 3209

1903, 2¢ carmine (Scott 301), strip of 5 paying double the 5¢ rate on a cover from Cleveland, O. to Cofinvaba, Cape Colony, South Africa; postmarked Cleveland, Sep 3, 1903 and backstamped New York (Sep 4), Queenstown, S.A. (Oct 9) and Cfinvaba (Oct 10); reduced a bit at the right, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 3210

1920, 1¢ Pilgrim (Scott 548), two singles on a patriotic postcard from New York to Seoul, Korea, Apr 14, 1921, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $80
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