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Lot 9030

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1869, 30¢ ultramarine & carmine (Scott 121), town cancel, fresh, bright colors, F.-V.F. Scott $375 .
Suggested Bid $200
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Realized $120



 
Lot 9043



1957, 3¢ International Naval Review (Scott 1091), o.g., never hinged, with 2013 P.S.E. certificate graded Gem 100.
SMQ Gem 100; $165.
Suggested Bid $110
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Realized $72



 
Lot 9112



Bermuda, 1863 (Feb. 23), entire from the Gray correspondence, sent Bermuda to London, lovely blue folded letter, sent per Alpha to Halifax and thence per Cunard Canada to Liverpool; rated "1/-" in bright red crayon and showing Crowned Circle "Paid/at/Hamilton Bermuda" handstamp (SG #CC3, from £4000 on cover) twice overstruck by London Paid datestamps of Mar. 16, Very Fine, an attractive cover, Ex-George Ulrich.
Suggested Bid $1,200
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Unsold



 
Lot 9199



Prince Edward Island, 1871 (Oct. 23), registered cover from Charlotte Town to Rollo Bay, addressed to "Grand River Wharf/Lot 55", a cover from Samuel C. Owen, whose dated handstamp appears on backflap; postage and fees paid by two vertical pairs of #6 lightly cancelled; accompanying certificate states that neither pair is tied but "were genuinely used on cover"—though it appears to us that the left pair is lightly tied at bottom of right-hand stamp; "Registered/77" in manuscript upper left (partly covered by stamp), Charlotte-Town despatch handstamp at lower right; bottom edge wear, small damage to back flap and mounting residue on reverse, still nearly Very Fine, and a very rare franking, with 2000 Greene Foundation certificate.
Suggested Bid $1,000
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Unsold



 
Lot 9217



Canada, 1923, King George V "Admiral", $1 orange (Scott 122), o.g., hinged, Very Fine. Scott $95 .
Suggested Bid $50
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Realized $54



 
Lot 9279

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Italian States: Parma, 1859, Provisional Govt., 40c red, broken "ATI" of "STATI" (Scott 15 var.), position 13 in the first composition of the plate of 60, and position 32 in the second, canceled partial BORG(O S. DONNINO) c.d.s., 2 Jan 18(60), large margins except barely touched at upper left and lower right, F.-V.F. A marvelous example of this rare variety., signed Bloch, Em. Diena & Sismondo, with 2006 Sismondo and 1964 Diena certificates.
Sassone 17cD. Sassone €25,000 ($28,020) .
Suggested Bid $2,000
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Unsold



 
Lot 9287

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Switzerland, Geneva, 1850, "Vaud", 5c black & red (Scott 2L6), on a piece of cover cut exactly to stamp size, ample to large margins with full dividing line on three sides, cleat diamond grid cancel, appears to be Very Fine.
Michel 2. Zumstein 10; SFr 2,200 ($2,180). Scott $1,950 .
Suggested Bid $500
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Realized $600










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