Sale 5050



 
Lot 6054



[New York] "Sherwoods/ Corners/ N.Y.", superb impression of a fancy blue stenciled c.d.s. with manuscript "Apl 8" date on a partly-printed Cayuga County legal judgment to Bath, New York, with manuscript "Pd. 10" and "paid 10" rates; vertical file fold affects nothing of importance. A truly extraordinary example of this scarce stencil postmark, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $750
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Lot 6060



[Pennsylvania] Jersey Shore, Pa. 5-Point Star, bold blue Jul 11 c.d.s. with a matching, perfectly struck five-point star with dot in center tying a 3¢ rose (#65) on a small cover to New Haven, Conn., Extremely Fine.
Suggested Bid $350
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Lot 6276



1847, fancy lace Valentine cover, postmarked with a light Feb 16 Cornwall, Vt. c.d.s. and a small red manuscript "5" rate; includes original handwritten Valentine verse dated Feb. 14, 1847; unusual in that it is from "Flora" to Mr. D.N. Casey, Whiting, Vt.; red insert added for display; bit of light toning, still Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $350
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Lot 6344



1851, 3¢ orange brown, type I (Scott 10), margins clear of frame line nearly all around, tied by a sharp blue Concord, N.H. cancel on a cover with a neat corner card of "Dr. Vail's Water Cure Institution"; to Salisbury, N.H. A choice Medicine cover, Extremely Fine.
Suggested Bid $500
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Lot 6402



1869, 10¢ yellow (Scott 116), a well-centered single tied by a bold red Baltimore, Md. duplex, Nov 17, 1869, on an outer folded letter to Havana, Cuba, light strike of "NA1"-in-oval due marking; docketing impinges a bit at upper left, still Very Fine, A truly striking cover, .
Suggested Bid $1,200
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Realized $840



 
Lot 6717

E

1898, Trans-Miss., 1¢ to $2 complete, large die bi-color essays (Scott 285-E8/293-E7), die-sunk on full 8" x 6" cards; the 4¢ card is toned, the $2 card has some vague discoloration, and some of the cards have the upper left corner lightly bent, otherwise Very Fine. Scott $6,550 .
Suggested Bid $2,000
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Realized $1,800



 
Lot 6975



Airmail, 1923, 24¢ carmine (Scott C6), o.g., never hinged, fresh and well centered, Very Fine to Extremely Fine. Scott $130 .
Suggested Bid $140
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Lot 7606



Great Britain, 1891, Queen Victoria, £1 green (SG 212), a pretty mint single with exceptional color, o.g., hinge remnant; light vertical natural paper crease at left end, F.-V.F. appearance.
Scott 124; $4,000. SG £4,000 ($5,160) .
Suggested Bid $1,500
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Lot 7848

P

France, 1849, 10c-1fr Cérès, group of 22 different trial color plate proofs (Scott 1TC//9TC), various colors and papers, high catalog value; a few with faults, generally F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $1,500
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Lot 8407



Vatican, 1934, Provisional Surcharges, 40c to 3.70L complete (Scott 35-40), o.g., F.-V.F., Price: 750 USD; 588 GBP; 638 EUR; 750 CHF; 7500 SEK; 5850 HKD.
Sassone 35-40; €2,000 ($2,240). Scott $1,565 .
Suggested Bid $750
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Realized $480



 
Lot 8481



Japan, 1936, Kwantung complete (Scott 227-229), o.g., Very Fine.
J.S.C.A. C65-67. Scott $229 .
Suggested Bid $110
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