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Stamps and Postal History


Special Delivery, Postage Due, Parcel Post




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Lot 4457

Special Delivery, 1893, 10¢ orange (Scott E3), straight-edged single, tied by a bold New York "32" duplex handstamp, Aug 1, 1893, on a 2¢ green entire to Meriden, Ct.; reduced slightly at the left; top flap missing, small edge tear at top, F.-V.F. Scott $200 .
Suggested Bid $90
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Lot 4458

Special Delivery, 1914, 10¢ ultramarine (Scott E9), straight-edged single, tied by one of two bold Canton, O. duplex handstamps, Jun 26, 1916, on a 2¢ entire to to Danville, Ill. reduced slightly at the right, F.-V.F. Scott $65 .
Suggested Bid $30
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Lot 4459

Postage Due, 1884, 3¢ red brown (Scott J17), an average single tied by a quartered cork cancel with a matching "DUE/3" in circle all-over a small corner franked with a 3¢ green (207) tied by a grid cancel with a Feb 27 Skaneateles, N.Y. c.d.s. alongside; to Spencer, N.Y. and backstamped there the same day; reduced just a tad at the right damaging a few perfs, otherwise F.-V.F. Scott $350 off-cover .
Suggested Bid $160
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Lot 4460

Postage Due, 1914, 2¢ vermilion, on cover from Australia (Scott J53b), irregular block of three tied by strikes of "Floral Park/N.Y." double-ovals on reverse of cover sent from [King?] Island, Tasmania, Nov. 25, 1915; franked by Australia 1d King George V with octagonal "T/30c" marking alongside; violet "PASSED" censor's handstamp plus Jan 8, 1916 New York (Penn Term. Sta.) opera-glass "Due/6/cents" at bottom, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $120
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Lot 4461

Parcel Post, 1¢-3¢ Stamps Used on First Class Mail (Scott Q1//Q3), group of five covers: two with a pair of 1¢ (one a Stamp Dealer, the other an R.P.O.; one with a single 1¢ precanceled Chicago, Ill.; one with a single 2¢; and one with a single 3¢ (Feb 10, 1919), Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $160
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Lot 4462

Parcel Post, 1913, 2¢ carmine rose (Scott Q2), used with a 1¢ Washington on a size 8 2¢ entire from New York, N.Y. to Prague, Bohemia, Feb 2, 1914; backstamped Prague on Feb 13, Very Fine. Scarce use of a Parcel Post stamp on foreign letter mail., .
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 4463

Parcel Post, 1913, 2¢ carmine rose (Scott Q2), on an American Felt Co. advertising cover (window envelope) with a fancy logo corner card, tied by a New York machine cancel, Sep 3, 1913, the stamp with the company's "AF/Co" perfin, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 4464

Parcel Post, 1913, 4¢ carmine rose (Scott Q4), straight-edged single tied by a Winsted, Ct. duplex handstamp, Nov 21, 1913, on a locally addressed cover. Scott $65 .
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 4465

Parcel Post, 1913, 5¢ carmine rose (Scott Q5), on a cover for an importer of "Hand & Machine Cut Corks" with a fancy logo corner card, tied by a New York machine cancel, Sep 30, 1913, to Bois le Duc, Holland, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 4466

Parcel Post, 1913, 5¢ carmine rose (Scott Q5), tied by a San Francisco Panama-Pacific slogan cancell, May 19, 1914, on a cover to Königreich, Germany; light toning, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 4467

Parcel Post, 1913, 10¢ carmine rose (Scott Q6), tied by "Rio Piedras/P.R./Oct. 10 1913" duplex on registered 2¢ entire to New York, with San Piedras departure and New York arrival (Oct. 17) registered datestamps on reverse; some water damage and one flap on reverse reattached, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $110
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Lot 4468

Parcel Post, 1913, 10¢ carmine rose (Scott Q6), paying the 10¢ Registration fee on a 2¢ entire, from Sleepy Eye, Minn. to St., Nov 21-22, 1913, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $90
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Lot 4469

Parcel Post, 1913, 10¢ carmine rose (Scott Q6), paying Airmail postage on C.A.M. cover from Atlanta, Ga. to Miami, Fla., Sep 15, 1925 (AAMC 10S5), F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $80
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