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Lot 7005

[Vineyards] Germania Vineyard, Waterloo, NY, a lovely half-front cut in deep red depicting vines and bottles, on #U25 entire cancelled by Waterloo, NY postmark and "W"; addressed to Philadelphia, the cover with just a hint of toning at top left and trivial tear at left, Very Fine, a cover to toast.
Suggested Bid $200
Realized $180.
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Lot 7006

[Political] 1883 (Sept. 7), "Accept My Apologies" all-over illustrated cover, the envelope a light blue granite paper, with political cartoon of farm worker rolling over the boss's toes with a leveling wheel, the gentleman's tophat serving as a frame for the 3¢ green (#207), tied by "New York/SEP 7/D/83" duplex; light edge wear including a small tear stopping just short of the stamp; addressed to "Po'keepsie, N.Y.", Very Fine, a fun addition to your collection.
Suggested Bid $250
Realized $160.
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Lot 7007

[Indiana] Castleton, negative boxed Castle in purple, nine bold strikes tie 21¢ postage, including a 5¢ Beacon Airmail C11, on a Dec 15, 1930, Registered Airmail cover to Hartford, Ct., F.-V.F.
Loso - deWindt 120.
Suggested Bid $120
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