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Lot 315

1904, 1¢ Louisiana Purchase, Used in Mexico (Scott 323), Vera Cruz Mexico, two pieces with the 1¢ Louisiana Purchase used with the Trans-Miss. issue, one with a 2¢ (286), the other with a 4¢ (287) tied by "Vera Cruz, Mex./ U.S.M.AG." duplexes, Jul 6, 1914; all four stamps with straight edges, Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid$150
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Lot 316
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1904, 2¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 324), Pre-First Day, SOTN single, a used single clearly canceled by a pre-First Day April 29, 1904 St. Louis c.d.s.; light crease and tiny tear, Very Fine appearance, with 1976 A.P.S. certificate.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500

Despite the Post Office announcement, St. Louis and other cities sold stamps to the public prior to the Official April 30, 1904 date of issue.

The Louisiana Purchase Exposition informally known as The St. Louis World's Fair, opened Saturday, April 30, 1904 and ran concurrently through December 1, 1904.

The Louisiana Purchase Exposition informally known as The St. Louis World's Fair, opened Saturday, April 30, 1904 and ran concurrently through December 1
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Current Bid$500
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Lot 317

1904, 2¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 324), First Day, a used single canceled with a clearly dated "Apr 30, 11 PM, 1904" c.d.s., but without a ledgible town or state name; small thin spot, Fine to Very Fine appearance, with 1971 P.F. certificate.
Estimate $500 - 750

The Louisiana Purchase Exposition informally known as The St. Louis World's Fair, opened Saturday, April 30, 1904 and ran concurrently through December 1, 1904.

Current Bid$250
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Lot 318

1904, 2¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 324), First day, tied on a small piece by an April 30, 1904 Chicago, Ill. Station "13" machine cancel, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300

Despite the Post Office announcement, St. Louis and other cities sold stamps to the public prior to the Official April 30, 1904 date of issue.

The Louisiana Purchase Exposition informally known as The St. Louis World's Fair, opened Saturday, April 30, 1904 and ran concurrently through December 1, 1904.

Current Bid$100
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Lot 319

1904, 2¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 324), First day, Luray, VA, strip of 4 tied on a piece by an Luray, Va./ "1904/ Apr/ 30/ 5 PM" duplexes, Fine to Very Fine, located in the historical Shenandoah Valley.
Scott $5,000+.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000

The Louisiana Purchase Exposition informally known as The St. Louis World's Fair, opened Saturday, April 30, 1904 and ran concurrently through December 1, 1904.

Current Bid$750
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Lot 320

1904, 10¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 327), First Day, Boston, MA, Registry Division, a used single canceled by a clear "Boston, Mass., Reg'y. Div., 4 - 30, 1904" oval handstamp; small corner crease and weak perf at upper left, Very Fine appearance, with 1971 P.F. certificate.
Scott $24,000 for a cover.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000

The Louisiana Purchase Exposition informally known as The St. Louis World's Fair, opened Saturday, April 30, 1904 and ran concurrently through December 1, 1904.

Current Bid$1,500
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Lot 321
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1904, 10¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 327), First Day, New York, NY, a used single canceled by a clear (inverted) strike of an April 30, 1904, New York, N.Y., Madison Square Station duplex handstamp, Very Fine, Ex-"Aristocrat", with 2001 A.P.S. certificate.
Scott $24,000 for a cover.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000

The Louisiana Purchase Exposition informally known as The St. Louis World's Fair, opened Saturday, April 30, 1904 and ran concurrently through December 1, 1904.

Current Bid$1,500
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