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1903-1998 Issues




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Lot 4410

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 4411

1911, 2¢ carmine, imperf (Scott 384), tied by 1911 Chicago IL corner ad cover addressed to City; upper left corner missing, Fine.
Suggested Bid $8
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Lot 4412

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.
Suggested Bid $8
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Lot 4413

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.
Suggested Bid $8
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Lot 4414

1912, 2¢ carmine, imperf (Scott 409), 2¢ tied by 1913 Chicago IL machine cancel, on corner ad cover addressed to Herman MN; edge flaws, F.-V.F. Scott $80 .
Suggested Bid $8
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Lot 4415

1914, 1¢ green, horizontal flat plate coil (Scott 443), 1¢ tied by 1915 New York NY machine cancel, on double card for movie magazine ad, addressed to Greenville NH, with uncanceled 1¢ on return card, F.-V.F. Scott $60 .
Suggested Bid $32
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Lot 4416

1915, 2¢ carmine, type III, horizontal rotary coil (Scott 455), 2¢ tied by 1916 Detroit MI machine cancel, from J. Hull Wilson of Wilson Roulette fame, addressed to Hanover PA, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $8
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Lot 4417

1917, 20¢ light ultramarine (Scott 515), tied by registered New York dumb oval on 1920 cover addressed to Philadelphia PA; reduced at right, F.-V.F. Scott $75 .
Suggested Bid $16
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Lot 4418
1923, $1 violet brown, Official Post Office Announcement (Scott 571), "New 3-cent and $1 Postage Stamps, Series of 1922-23." dated Feb, 6, 1923, six days prior to the date of issue, Feb 12 (the 3¢ featuring Abraham Lincoln and being being issued of his birsthday), 3" x 6½"., Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $160
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Lot 4419

1923, $1 violet brown on a Bank Tag (Scott 571), three singles used with an additional $1.14 postage, all tied by mute double ovals and by partial Portland, Ore. "Registered" c.d.s.s, Apr 22, 193(1?), on a Tag from the Portland Branch of the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank to the U.S. Mint in San Francisco; all stamps with "FRB/P" perfin; some perf toning and typical creasing, Fine.
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 4420

1923, $1 violet brown on a Bank Tag, Hawaii (Scott 571), block of 4 plus an additional 24¢ postage, on a linen Bank Tag from Crocker First National Bank, San Francisco to the First National Bank of Hawaii, Honolulu, T.H., May 15-22, 1929, Fine.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 4421

1923, $1 violet brown on a Bank Tag (Scott 571), two pairs, one on each side, along with an additional $2.18 postage, including a block of 4 of 50¢ Prexies, canceled by mute ovals on a linen Bank Tag from Bishop National Bank of Hawaii at Honolulu to the Lanai City branch of the same bank; no dated postmark, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 4422

1923, $1 violet brown on a Bank Tag (Scott 571), two blocks of 15 filling both sides of an unaddressed blank linen Bank Tag canceled with mute double ovals, all bearing New York's Chase National Bank's "CNB" perfin; probably paying additional postage when used in conjunction with another tag., Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $160
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Lot 4423

1923, $1 violet brown on two Bank Tags (Scott 571), a coordinated shipment of two bags requiring two linen tags from the New York Federal Reserve Bank to Mohawk National Bank, Schenectady, N.Y. on Apr 20, 1933; each tag with a single $1, one with an additional 3¢, the other with additional 41¢, both with Apr 21 Schenectady receivers; tags bear the imperforate, "By direction of the Post Office Department these insured articles are to be handled and accorded the same treatment as Registered Mail"; all stamps with the N.Y. Federal Reserve Bank's "2B" perfin, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $120
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Lot 4424

1923, $1 violet brown on a Bank Tag (Scott 571), horizontal pair, along with 52¢ additional postage, canceled by mute ovals on a linen Bank Tag from Fifth Third Union Trust Co., Cincinnati, O. to the Blue Diamond Coal Co., Blue Diamond, Ky., Oct 13, 1933, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $90
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Lot 4425

1923, $1 violet brown on a Bank Tag (Scott 571), blocks of 9 & 4 and a pair canceled by mute double ovals on a linen Bank Tag from Phoenix State Bank & Trust Co., Hartford, Ct. to the Boston Federal Reserve Bank, Oct 1937, the only dated postmark being a partial Boston receiver, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $90
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Lot 4426

1923, $1 violet brown on a Bank Tag (Scott 571), strip of 3, along with 34¢ additional postage, canceled by mute ovals on a linen Bank Tag from First National Bank & Trust Co., Lexington, Ky. to the Knott Coal Co., Anco, Ky., Aug 24, 1933; the additional 34¢ postage was added after the initial Lexington c.d.s. had been applied, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $90
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Lot 4427

1923, $1 violet brown on a Bank Tag (Scott 571), b4, along with an additional 93¢ postage, canceled by small targets on a linen Bank Tag from First National Bank & Trust Co., Pontiac, Mich. to the Detroit Federal Reserve Bank, Jun 18, 1931, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 4428

1923, $1 violet brown on a Merchandise Tag (Scott 571), along with an additional 70¢ postage, tied by South Saint Paul, Minn. roller cancels on a Parcel Post Tag from the A.C. Lawrence Leather Co., South St. Paul to Stockholm, Sweden, no dated postmark, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $150
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Lot 4429

1923, $1 violet brown on a Merchandise Tag (Scott 571), block of 4, along with an additional 58¢ postage, tied by Chicago "29" duplex handstamps, Jul 21, 1926, on a Montgomery Ward Merchandise Tag from Chicago to Montgomery Ward in Baltimore, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $40
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Lot 4430

1923, $1 violet brown on a Parcel Tag (Scott 571), blocks of 10 & 7 on both sides, one side also bearing a slightly damaged 10¢ Monroe, canceled by mute ovals on an unaddressed tag, no other postal markings, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $120
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Lot 4431

1923, $1 violet brown on a Registered cover (Scott 571), used with a 15¢ Statue of Liberty (566), cork canceled on a cover from Cherryvale, Kans. to Newton, Kans., Mar 26-28, 1932, Very Fine. $1 was the registry fee for indemnification of $900.01-$1,000., .
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 4432

1923, $1 violet brown on a Registered cover (Scott 571), used with a two 1½¢ Hardings (684), tied by mute double ovals on a cover from Detroit, Mich. to Columbus, O., Dec 29-20, 1937, F.-V.F. $1 was the registry fee for indemnification of $900.01-$1,000, .
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 4433

1923, $1 violet brown on a Registered cover (Scott 571), tied by mute double circles on a 3¢ entire from Stroudsburg, Pa. to Metuchen, N.J., Oct 7-8, 1935; roughly opened at upper left with part of top flap missing, Fine. $1 was the registry fee for indemnification of $900.01-$1,000, .
Suggested Bid $80
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Lot 4434

1923, $1 violet brown on a Registered cover (Scott 571), used with a 2¢ Washington (634), target canceled on a cover from Bayou La Batre, Ala. to Cleveland, O., Mar 20-22, 1930, F.-V.F. $1 was the registry fee for indemnification of $900.01-$1,000, .
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 4435

1923, $1 violet brown on a Registered cover (Scott 571), used with a 2¢ Washington & 3¢ Lincoln (583, 555), tied by Marion, Kans. double ovals on a small Registered cover from Marion to Newton, Kans., Aug 7, 1926, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 4436

1923, $1 violet brown on an Airmail cover to Australia (Scott 571), horizontal pair plus a 10¢ Lindbergh (C10) tied by St. Louis duplex handstamps, Apr 30, 1941, on a legal size Airmail envelope to Sydney, Australia, Fine. triple the 70¢ per half-ounce F.A.M. rate, .
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 4437

1923, $1 violet brown on a 1928 Graf Zeppelin America Flight cover, Lakehurst to Friedrichshafen (Scott 571), used with a 5¢ blue (557) and A.C. Roessler's unauthorized 1¢ "GRAF ZEPPELIN" overprint, tied by Oct 28 Lakehurst duplexes on a Roessler Zeppelin cacheted cover to Friedrichshafen; purple U.S. flight cachet is very faint, otherwise Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $225
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Lot 4438

1923, $1 violet brown on a 1929 Graf Zeppelin Round-the-World Flight cover, Lakehurst to Friedrichshafen (Scott 571), used with 15¢ Statue of Liberty, 5¢ Beacon Airmail & 10¢ Special Delivery (566, C11, E15) tied by Aug 30 New York duplex handstamps on a cover to Fuerth, Bavaria; no U.S. flight cachet, but proper Friedrichshafen backstamp, F.-V.F. The cover had to be sent by Special Delivery in order to make the Zeppelin's Sep 1 takeoff, no doubt resulting in the cover not receiving the flight cachet., .
Suggested Bid $160
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Lot 4439

1923, $1 violet brown on a 1928 Graf Zeppelin America Flight cover, Too Late (Scott 571), used with a 5¢ Beacon Airmail (C11) postmarked New York, Oct 28, on an Airmail envelope to Berlin; since the Zeppelin was to depart Lakehurst the next morning, the cover was handstamped with purple "TOO LATE/ Varick St. Sta., N.Y." and sent to Berlin by surface mail (no backstamp), Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $120
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Lot 4440

1923, $1 violet brown on a 1929 Graf Zeppelin Round-the-World Flight cover, Lakehurst to Seville (Scott 571), slightly damaged single plus a block of 5¢ Ericsson and a 10¢ Lindbergh (628, C10) tied by a Lakehurst machine cancel and three "LAKEHURST" straightline cancels on cover with U.S. flight cachet (struck partly off edge of cover) and Seville backstamp, Very Fine. An unusual franking, .
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 4441

1929, 2¢ Edison, rotary coil (Scott 656), strip of four 2¢ tied by 1929 Washington DC duplex, on first day cover, addressed to Los Angeles CA, Very Fine. Scott $90 .
Suggested Bid $24
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Lot 4442

1929, 2¢ Edison, rotary coil (Scott 656), pair serviced by Nickles, F.-V.F. Scott $90 .
Suggested Bid $16
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Lot 4443

1930, 2¢ Massachusetts Bay Colony (Scott 682), tied by Apr 8 1930 Boston MA cancel on cacheted and addressed FDC, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $8
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Lot 4444

1933, 1¢ & 3¢ Century of Progress First Day Cover + Last Day of Fair Post Office cover (Scott 728-729), the first signed by Century of Progress Station Superintendent, James J. Hurley; the second, cand Oct 28, 1933, signed by Hurley and 15 other Station workers, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $90
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Lot 4445

1938, 1¢ Presidential, with two line Green Farms, Ct. precancel, on legal sized mourning cover addressed to Concord NH, F.-V.F.
Scott 804.
Suggested Bid $8
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Lot 4446

1938, 17¢ Presidential (Scott 822), on #10 envelope sent Georges Mills, NH to Concord, NH; Johnson is accompanied by 3¢ Jefferson (#807) plus lower left plate number margin strip of three 10¢ Tylers (#815), all tied by mute four-ring bulls-eye cancels; front additionally bears black straightline and violet boxed "Registered", plus black straightline "Return Receipt" and violet two-line "Return Receipt Requested/Fee Paid" handstamps; reverse bears two Georges Mills Registered daters and a Concord receiver, all of Jan. 3, 1952; light corner fold lower right, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $140
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Lot 4447

1938, $2 Presidential (Scott 833), on cover from New York to Shanghai, tied, along with 10¢ Tyler (#815), by one of two strikes of July 18, 1946, New York Church Street Station duplex, as well as by July 31 Shanghai slogan roller cancel (repeated as well on reverse); cover appears reduced at left, but is complete and sound, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $140
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Lot 4448

1938, $2 Presidential (Scott 833), on bank tag, $2, 50¢ (#831) and 13¢ (#818) all tied by single mute oval, with Wilmington, VT Registered receiver (Aug. 11, 1947) alongside; sent same day from the Brattleboro branch of the Vermont-Peoples National Bank, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $90
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Lot 4449

1939, 3¢ New York World's Fair, First Day Covers with Fair labels (Scott 853), group of 19 picture post cards showing different views of the Fair; 18 being First Day Covers of the commemorative (one having lost its stamps), 15 of which additionally bear a different publicity label from the event; final card unfranked with handstamped rubber cachet commemorating the 13th Amendment; some toning or soiling, but a rarely seen group of these popular labels, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $120
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Lot 4450

1942, 5¢ Chinese Resistance (Scott 906), plate block of 4 on an Airmail cover from New York to Honolulu, Nov 11, 1942.
Suggested Bid $60
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Lot 4451

1971, 6¢ Wool (Scott 1423), first day cover with first Bazaar cachet, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $8
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Lot 4452

1972, 8¢ Tom Sawyer (Scott 1470), seven different cachets, first Coulson cachets, unaddressed, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $8
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Lot 4453

1977, 13¢ Lindbergh Flight (Scott 1710), first day cover with first Tudor House cachet, unaddressed, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $8
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Lot 4454

1977, 13¢ Lindbergh Flight (Scott 1710), four first day covers with two different first Spectrum cachets, unaddressed, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $8
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Lot 4455

1998, Unissued "H Postcard Rate", Uncle Sam's Hat, on cover (Scott 3260 var), with 10c American Revolution Bicentennial (1544) and 4c Father Flanagan (2171), tied by Indianapolis In. machine cancel on legal-size cover to Greencastle IN. with Greencastle return address, undeliverable with return to sender pointing hand, original contents included, rare on cover example of this unissued variety, bright and attractive; slightly overlapping edge of cover causing small corner flaws, otherwise a Very Fine cover, fewer then a dozen on cover examples are known. Scott $1,750 used off cover .
Suggested Bid $1,200
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Lot 4456

Special Delivery, 1885, 10¢ blue (Scott E1), straight-edged single, used with a 2¢ green (213), both tied by light Chicago c.d.s.s, Jan 18, 1888, on a locally addressed cover; top flap missing, small edge tear at top, F.-V.F. Scott $225 .
Suggested Bid $60
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