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Lot 344

[Argentina] 1904, Louisiana Purchase complete (Scott 323-327), with two additional 1¢, paying triple the 5¢ International letter rate plus 8¢ for registration, on a cover New York, NY to Buenos Aires, Argentina; mailed on Jun 15 and eventually "Returned to Sender" with multiple transit markings, the last one on Jan 9, 1905; name of sender cut from back flap, otherwise Very Fine. A unique usage of the complete set.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $650.
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Lot 345

[Australia] 1904, 10¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 327), two singles pen-canceled on a Registered cover from Rockport, Tex., Nov 21, 1904, to Melbourne, Australia; the cover bears a Seattle, Wash. Exchange Office registration label, but, according to the backstamps, it went eastward through New York (Nov 25-26) before arriving in Sydney (Jan 2, 1905) and Melbourn (Jan 3), where it was redirected to East Melbourne; cover also has an Omaha, Nebr. Stamp Dealer's corner card, Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
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Lot 346

[Austria] 1904, Louisiana Purchase complete (Scott 323-327), the complete set with an additional 7¢ postage tied by Racine, Wisc double ovals on a small Registered cover to Vienna, Austria, Sep 22, 1904; New York Exchange Office registration label and Sep 23 New York backstamp, but no Austrian receiver; minor wax seal damage on reverse; otherwise very fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $325.
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Lot 347

[Bermuda] 1904, 1¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 323, 325, 325), canceled by Baltimore, Md. double ovals on a 1¢ Entire (379) sent Registered tto Hamilton, Bermuda, Oct 6, 1904, with a New York Exchange Office registration label, backstamped New York, Oct 5, and Hamilton, Oct 11; 3¢ stamps and registration label with a bit of worm damage, otherwise Very Fine, 13¢ postage is 5¢ for the International letter rate plus 8¢ for registration.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $250.
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Lot 348

[Canada] 1904, Louisiana Purchase complete (Scott 323-327), the complete set tied by May 8, 1904 Boston, Mass. Station "8" duplexes on a cover to St. John, New Brunswick, Canada and backstamped there on May 19; 2¢, 5¢ & 10¢ with straight edges, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
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Lot 349

[Canal Zone] 1904, Louisiana Purchase complete (Scott 323-327), tied, along with a Canal Zone 1¢ green (9) by "CANAL ZONE" bar cancels on a World's Fair picture postcard to Curaçao, there are no dated Canal Zone or Curaçao postmarks; the card is a Cupples design featuring the Palace of Agricultue; there is a fairly heavy horizontal crease just below the top row of stamps, otherwise Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
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Lot 350

[Chile] 1904, Louisiana Purchase complete (Scott 323-327), the complete set tied by Kingsbridge Station, New York, N.Y. double ovals on a Registered cover to Valdavia, Chile, May 3-Jun 11, 1904, with New York Exchange Office and Valparaiso, Chile registration labels; backstamped Valparaiso, Jun 6, and Valdavia, Jun 11; few inconsequential perf tones, 1¢ stamp slightly damaged with, still Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
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Lot 351

[Chile] 1904, 3¢ & two 5¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 325, 326), used with a 1¢ Pan-American on a 4¢ entire sent registered to Valaraiso, Chile; postmarked Jun 5, 1906 McLoud, Okla. duplexes and purple McLoud, Okla., Registered c.d.s. the same day, backstamped New York, Jun 9, and Valparaiso, Jul 17, with Valparaiso registration label on front; few minor tone spots, Very Fine. 18¢ was double the 5¢ International letter rate plus 8¢ for registration.
Estimate $400 - 600.
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Lot 352

[China] 1904, Louisiana Purchase complete (Scott 323-327), plus a second 2¢, tied by Boston, Mass. double ovals on a legal size 30¢ Entire (U336a - size 25) sent Registered to Kiautschou, China, Jun 9, 1904; the cover bears a San Francisco Exchange Office registration label and is backstamped there on Jun 14, Shanghai, Jul 15, and at Tsingtau, Kiautschou on Jul 22; reduced slightly at left with several edge tears, one fairly large, otherwise Fine to Very Fine. Postage of 53¢ is equal to nine times the 5¢ International letter rate plus 8¢ for registration.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,501.
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Lot 353

[China] 1904, 2¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 324), horizontal pair used with a 1¢ Second Bureau (300) on a cover to Shanghai, China with a Jul 18 1904 Greenville, N.Y. R.F.D. cancel; redirected from Shanghai to Mohkan-Shan; several backstamps including Coxsackie, N.Y., Jul 19, Seattle, Wash., Jul 24, and Shanghai U.S. Postal Service, Aug 13; opened irregularly at right, stamps with some worm damage, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
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Lot 354

[China] 1904, 5¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 326), tied by May 18, 1904 Wooster, O. machine cancel on a cover to Soochow, China, Wooster University Basket Ball Department corner card; backstamped Seattle, Wash., May 22, Shanghai U.S. Postal Service, Jun 12, and Soochow, Jun 14; reduced somewhat at left, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $190.
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Lot 355

[Colombia] 1904, 1¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 323, 325, 327), tied by Boston, Mass. double ovals on a legal size 4¢ Entire (U256 - size 25) sent Registered to Barranquilla, Colombia, Oct 11, 1904; the cover bears a New York Exchange Office registration label and Imperial Airways partial Oct 2(-) Barranquilla receiver at lower left; minor edge wear/toning, 1¢ & 10¢ stamps with straight edges, Fine to Very Fine. Postage of 18¢ is double the 5¢ International letter rate plus 8¢ for registration.
Estimate $500 - 750.
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Lot 356

[Czechoslovakia] 1904, 3¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 325), tied by Aug 17, 1904 Cedar Rapids, Ia. machine cancel on a cover to Uvis Myla (?), Czechoslovakia; upper right corner of stamp slightly due to placement, otherwise Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 357

[Denmark] 1904, 1¢, 5¢ & 10¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 323, 326, 327), tied by heavy Brooklyn, N.Y. double ovals and 2¢ Entire (385) set Registered to Copenhagen, Denmark with a New York Exchange Office registration label; backstamped cope on Jul 27, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 358

[Egypt] 1904, 5¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 326), tied by a Feb 1, 1907 Lima, Ohio duplex on a cover to Cairo, Egypt; backstamped Cairo, but marked Unclaimed and returned to the U.S. Dead Letter Office in Washington D.C. on Jun 4, then depatched from Washington on Jun 7 and received back in Lima on Jun 8, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 359

[Egypt] 1904, 2¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 324), tied by Aug 30, 1904 World's Fair slogan cancel without "1903" (Bomar St. L04-16) from machine "6" on a World's Fair Souvenir Post Card to Alexandria, Egypt, card features a multicolor Palace of Arts by S.G. Adams, St. Louis Stationers, Extremely Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
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Lot 360

[England] 1904, Louisiana Purchase complete (Scott 323-327), the complete set tied by May 3, 1904 Boston, Mass. duplexs on a cover to London, England; backstamped partial May 11 London oval, Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $300.
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Lot 361

[Finland] 1904, 5¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 326), tied by light Jul 13, 1904 Narragansett Pier, R.I. duplex on a cover to Helsingfors (Helsinki), Finland where it was backstamped the next day, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
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Lot 362

[Philippines] 1904, 2¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 324), Forwarded to Panama, tied by Oct 5, 1904 Richmond, Va. machine cancel on a cover to the U.S. Marine Hospital in Manila, P.I.; forwarded to Colón, Panama; Nov 11 Manila receiver and Nov 14 despatch c.d.s., handstamped for 15 Centimes Due with a 5c Panama stamp used as a Postage Due and tied by a Colón duplex on Jan 4, 1905; reduced somewhat at left and a bit travel worn, but still Fine and most unusual.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $550.
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Lot 363

[France] 1904, Louisiana Purchase complete (Scott 323-327), the complete set tied by New York Station W double ovals on a Registered cover to Paris, France, Jun 8, 1904, with a New York Exchange Office registration label; backstamped Paris on Jun 17, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $400.
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Lot 364

[Germany] 1904, Louisiana Purchase complete (Scott 323-327), the complete set tied by Oct 31, 1904 "EXPOSITION STA./ 1" duplex handstamps (Bomar St. L04-01) on a World's Fair Souvenir Post Card to Berlin, Germany, but with not German receiver; the card is a Cupples black & white view of "Festival Hall and Cascades"; there is some heavy mounting damage on the picture side and the 3¢ & 5¢ stamps were affixed slightly above the edge of the card, otherwise Fine to Very Fine, Bomar notes that 21 examples recorded.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
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Lot 365

[Germany] 1904, Louisiana Purchase complete (Scott 323-327), the complete set tied by New York/REG double ovals on a large (about 9"x4½") Registered cover to Dusslingen, Germany, May 27, 1904, with a New York Exchange Office registration label and a Jun 6 Dusslingen backstamp; light vertical file fold at left, not affecting stamps, 5¢ stamp with a straight edge, Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $375.
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Lot 366

[Germany] 1904, 10¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 327), tied by light Sep 7, 1904 Annex Station St. Louis duplex on a Farran Zerbe Wooden Post Card advertising Louisiana Purchase Gold Dollars to Stuttgart, Württemberg, Germany with a Sep 19 Stuttgart receiver on the front, Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $900.
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Lot 367

[Gold Coast] 1904, 5¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 326), tied by a neat Sep 5, 1904 St. Louis machine cancel on a cover to Axim, Gold Coast; backstamped New York, Sep 5, and Axim, Oct 2; reduced just a tad at right, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $350 - 500.
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Lot 368

[Guam] 1904, 10¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 327), tied by Oct 12, 1904 Agana, Guam cds on an exceptionally clean registered cover to Sterling, Ill. with additional purple "Guam, Guam/ Registered" c.d.s. the same day; backstamped Sterling on Dec 7, Extremely Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $300.
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Lot 369

[Guatemala] 1904, 5¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 326), tied by a neat Sep 30, 1904 San Francisco, Calif. machine cancel on a 5¢ Entire ((U377) to Guatemala City, Guatemala; backstamped Guatemala on Oct 15; reduced slightly at left, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 370

[Hawaii] 1904, 1¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 323), block of 5 paying the 5¢ International letter rate, tied by one of two Nov 1, 1904 Haleiwa, H. Isls. duplex handstamps on a cover to Singapore, Straits Settlements; backstamped Honolulu (Nov 1), Victoria, Hong Kong (Dec 13), Singapore (Dec 19); marked "Unknown" on reverse, then magenta "Dead Letter Office/ F.D.U.S.A./ Jun 7, 1905" c.d.s.; attempt to return to sender at the Oahu Railway & Land Co. in Honolulu failed: manuscript "Returned, Not here", with a final boxed "Sent to D.L.O./ Jul 27 1905/ From Honolulu, Hawaii"; vertical file fold through left stamp, Fine to Very Fine. A unique usage.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $550.
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Lot 371

[Honduras] 1904, 5¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 326), tied by a neat Jun 6, 1904 Newton, N.J. duplex on a cover to the U.S. Consul in Tegucigalpa, Honduras; backstamped New York (Jun 6), New Orleans (Jun 8), Puerto Cortes, Hond. (Jun 15), and Tegucigalpa (Jun 21), Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 372

[Hungary] 1904, 5¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 326), tied by a Jul 25, 1904 Buffalo, nyp duplex on a Niagara Falls ppc to Fenyoharaszt, Hungary, with a Fenyoharaszt recr on Aug 5, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $225.
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Lot 373

[Iceland] 1904, Louisiana Purchase complete (Scott 323-327), the complete set tied by undated Richmond, Va. ovals on the back of a Registered cover to Reykjavik, Iceland, May 3, 1904; there is additional postage of 7¢ on the front, along with a New York Exchange Office registration label, with New York, Copenhagen & Reykjavik backstamps; the cover was eventually returned to sender with appropriate labels and markings, winding up in the U.S. Dead Letter Office on Oct 5; the 1¢ & 5¢ stamps have straight edges, and the two stamps on the front are slightly, Fine to Very Fine. Postage of 28¢ is four times the 5¢ International letter rate plus 8¢ for registration.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $375.
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Lot 374

[India] 1904, Louisiana Purchase complete (Scott 323-327), the complete set canceled New York, N.Y., Aug 20, 1904, on a mourning envelope to Belgaum, Madras, India, redirected to Bangalore with appropriate transit markings on front & back; part of back flap missing, the 3¢ & 5¢ stamps have straight edges and all have worm damage, Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
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Lot 375

[Japan] 1904, 1¢ & three 2¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 323), tied, along with three 1¢ Second Bureaus (300), by May 19, 1904 St. Louis duplex handstamps on a Cupples "Transportation Building" World's Fair Souvenir Envelope to Sapporo, Japan; backstamped Seattle, Wash., May 23, and Sapporo, Jun 7;; two stamps with straight edges, one with perf damage, Fine. The total of 10¢ postage was double the 5¢ International letter rate.
Estimate $400 - 600.
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Lot 376

[Japan] 1904, 2¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 324), tied by a May 25, 1904 Milwaukee, Wis. machine cancel on a cover to Yokohama, Japan; handstamped for 15 centimes Due (the 5¢ International letter rate was underpaid by 3¢) and backstamped Yokohama on Jun 19 & 20; handstamped "Advertised, Yokohama, Jul 1, 1904" and "Inconnu" (unknown) and "Returned to Sender" pointing hand, with Oct 26 Washington D.C. receiver on front and magenta Dead Letter Office c.d.s. of the same date on the back, along with a final Milwaukee c.d.s. on Oct 28., Very Fine. A marvelous usage.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 377

[Latvia] 1904, Louisiana Purchase complete (Scott 323-327), the complete set, along with a 4¢ Second Bureau (303), tied by Sep 8, 1904 St. Louis duplex handstamps on a Cupples "Transportation Building" World's Fair Souvenir Post Card to Riga, Latvia (Russia), with a Sep 11 (?) Riga receiver on the front; 2¢-5¢ stamps with straight edges, Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $350.
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Lot 378

[Malta] 1904, 1¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 323), tied by an Oct 23, 1904 New York machine cancel on a picture postcard to Valetta, Malta, Very Fine. The card pictures "The Arch, Brooklyn, N.Y." and, since there was not written message, was sent at the 1¢ Printed Matter rate.
Estimate $200 - 300.
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Lot 379

[Mexico/Scotland] 1904, 1¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 323), tied by an undated (1904) St. Louis, Mo. double oval on a Farran Zerbe Wooden Post Card advertising Louisiana Purchase Gold Dollars first sent to Mexico, where it received a Jul 17 receiving c.d.s.; then the original address was erased and a new address, to Paisley, Scotland was added, along with a Mexican 10c stamp canceled Sep 19; a "5D" handstamp was apparently applied in England, Very Fine and most unusual.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $450.
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Lot 380

[Netherlands East Indies] 5¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 326), tied by a partial Oct 7, 1904 Boston, Mass. duplex on an Adams Express Co. cover tto Meester-Cornelis, Java, East Indies; backstamped Weltevreden and Meester-Cornelis, both on Nov 14; also bears a 1903 "Old Home Week" label on the flap, Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 381

[Newfoundland] 1904, 5¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 326), tied by a Aug 11, 1904 North Saint Paul, Minn. duplex on a cover to Bonavista, Newfoundland and backstamped there on Aug 13, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
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Lot 382

[Norway] 1904, 5¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 326), tied by a neat May 22, 1904 Philadelphia, Pa. machine cancel on an illustrated advertising cover for Hotel Hanover to Christiania, Norway and backstamped there on Jun 2, Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
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Lot 383

[Portugal] 1904, 3¢, 5¢ & 10¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 325-327), tied by Philadelphia/REG double ovals on a Registered cover to to Oporto, Portugal, Aug 5, 1904, with sender's dated handstamp and a New York Exchange Office registration label; backstamped New York, Aug 6, and Oporto, Aug 16; the 3¢ & 5¢ stamps have straight edges, the 10¢ a large tear (pre-use?), Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $350 - 500.
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Lot 384

[Puerto Rico] 10¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 327), tied by boxed Ponce, P.R. handstamp on a registered cover to Chicago, Ill. with purple Aug 6, 1904 "Ponce, P.R./ Registered" c.d.s.; backstamped Sterling on Aug 17, Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $300.
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Lot 385

[Romania] 1904, 2¢ & 3¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 325-327), tied, along with a 1¢ Columbian, a 2¢ Jamestown, and 1¢ & 2¢ Washington-Franklins, on a 2¢ Entire (411) by magenta Apr 28 1909 New York double ovals on a Registered cover to to Gara Munteni, Romania, with a New York Exchange Office registration label; New York Registry and Foreign backstamps, but no Romanian markings; slight wax seal damage on reverse, otherwise Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
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Lot 386

[Russia/Siberia] 1904, 5¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 326), tied by an Oct 1, 1904 Philadelphia, Pa. duplex handstamp on a clean cover to Vladivostok, Siberia, Russia; handstamped straightline "SHIPMAIL" with Oct 2 Vladivostok receivers on front & back, Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
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Lot 387

[Samoa] 1904, 10¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 327), tied by Aug 13, 1904 Pago Pago, Samoa duplex handstamp on an exceptionally clean registered cover to Sterling, Ill. with additional purple "Pagp Pago, Samoa/ Registered" c.d.s. the same day; backstamped Sterling on Sep 24, Extremely Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $300.
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Lot 388

[Scotland] 1904, 10¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 327), tied by an Sep 23, 1904 St. Louis duplex handstamp on a Cupples souvenir Wooden Post Card to Helensburgh, Scotland, Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
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Lot 389

[Surinam] 1904, 1¢, 5¢ & 10¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 324, 325, 327), tied by neat Somerville, Mass. double ovals Registered cover to Paramaraibo, Surinam, Mar 26, 1915 with backstamps of Somerville, Boston, also mMar 26, and New York, Mar 27, but no Surinam markings exc, perhaps, a blue pencil "2" registration number on reverse, Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
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Lot 390

[Switzerland] 1904, Louisiana Purchase complete (Scott 323-327), the complete set tied by Sep 7, 1904 "EXPOSITION STA./ 1" duplex handstamps (Bomar St. L04-01 on a 5¢ Entire (U393) to Lucerne, Switzerland, where it was backstamped on Oct 8; 5¢ stamp with a straight edge and 10¢ with a rounded lol corner, Very Fine, Bomar notes that 21 examples of this postmark are recorded in total.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
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Lot 391

[Turkey] 1904, 10¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 327), tied by Jun 30, 1904 Bucyrus, Ohio duplex handstamps on a small Mourning envelope to Montevideo, Uruguay, Jul 10, 1906, where it was backstamped on Jul 30; reduced just a tad at right, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
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Lot 392

[Turkey] 1904, 10¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 327), tied, along with 1¢ & 2¢ Second Bureau (300, 319), by New York Station "O" double ovals on a small Registered cover to Constantinople, Turkey, Jul 10, 1906, with a New York Exchange Office registration label and a Jul 22(?) Constantinople backstamp, Very Fine. 13¢ postage made up of 5¢ for the International letter rate and 8¢ for registration.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 393

[U.S. Offices in China] 1904, 2¢, 3¢ & 10¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 324, 325, 327), tied by three of four strikes violet straightline "Registered/ Mar 1 1905/ U.S. Postal Agency/ Shanghai, China" on a cover to Bautzen, Germany with New York Exchange Office registration label; backstamped San Francisco (Mar 23), New York (Apr 3) and Bautzen (Apr 12), Very Fine, 5¢ International letter rate plus 8¢ registration fee overpaid by 2¢.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,200.
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Lot 394

[U.S. Offices in China] 1904, 2¢ & 5¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 324, 325), used with a 1903 6¢ Garfield (305) tied by two of three strikes violet straightline "Registered/ Apr 9 1906/ U.S. Postal Agency/ Shanghai, China" on a cover to Moudon, Switzerland with New York Exchange Office registration label; backstamped New York (May 11) and Moudon (May 21); hint of minor perf toning, 2¢ & 5¢ with straight edges, Fine to Very Fine, 5¢ International letter rate plus 8¢ registration fee.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,500.
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Lot 395

[Zanzibar] 1904, 1¢-3¢10¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 323-324, 327), tied, along with a 3¢ Columbian (232) by Milwaukee, Wis. double ovals on a 1¢ Entire (355) sent Registered to Zanzibar, E. Africa, on Mar 10, 1907; backstamped New York, Mar 22, with a Mar 30 London transit c.d.s., but no Zanzibar receiver; also bears an attractive Cosmopolitan Correspondence Club of Milwaukee paper seal on the flap, Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $350.
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