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1851-1923 Issues

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Lot 7008

1851, 3¢ orange brown, type II (Scott 10A), lovely item with immaculate color and bright paper; four complete framelines (cut close at left), tied by "Troy/JUL/1/N-Y" postmark on advertising cover, for Starbuck's Trojan ploughs, addressed to New York, Very Fine, a real gem. Scott $190 .
Suggested Bid $250
Realized $475.
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Lot 7009

1857, 1¢ blue, type V (Scott 24), pretty example with strong color and fresh paper; three full margins, in at bottom; cancelled manuscript with "Leominster/MAY/12/Ms." postmark just tying top perforation tips; on fresh yellow advertising cover for Piano-Fortes; an exceptionally clean cover, Very Fine, one that will tickle your ivories.
Suggested Bid $200
Realized $120.
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Lot 7010

1923, 20¢ carmine rose (Scott 567), tied by a Washington D.C. First Day machine cancel, May 1, 1923, on a cover with a typed address to Edward Worden in Millburn, N.J., Very Fine. Scott $600 .
Suggested Bid $200
Realized $160.
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