Sale 5141

Lot 12055

[New Hampshire] WALPOLE/N.H., superb dark blue Nov 3 c.d.s. with matching "PAID" in large "3" on a small, neat cover to St. Johnsbury Center, Vt., Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $70

Current Bid $250

Lot 12112

[Virginia] MARTINS-BURG/VA., Very Fine red double-lined oval with red manuscript May 4 date and matching manuscript "6" rate on a clean 1839 folded letter - datelined "Vanmetres Ville" - to Hagerstown, Md., Very Fine. A lovely example of this scarce postmark. Martinsburg was later in West Virginia, .
Suggested Bid $200

Current Bid $100

Lot 12120

1903 (July 24), Cover from California to London, England, forwarded to Germany, and returned, a well-traveled item addressed to a Marco Newmark, batted about like a polo ball; 2¢ red entire (#U385) uprated by 1902 Series 1¢ (#300, 3) and 5¢ (304), and sent from Avalon, CA, on July 24, 1903; at London the address crossed out and forwarded to Stuttgart and thence to Berlin (or vice-versa; no German postmarks are present); bilingual German/French "Moved/No Forwarding Address" label on front, with multiple Washington, DC, Los Angeles and Santa Monica postmarks front and back tracing the letter's return trip; pointing hand Dead Letter Office handstamp ("Dead Letter Office/Received in Bad Condition/Oct 18 1903/Foreign Branch") on front with postmark on reverse, the damaged cover also receiving a US Post Office Official Seal (#OX11) at left; to top it all off: the sender had moved to Los Angeles in the meantime; in remarkable condition for all its travels, F.-V.F., an uncommon, and fun, addition to any postal history collection.
Suggested Bid $200

Current Bid $225

Lot 12195


1903, $5 dark green (Scott 313), black double oval registry cancel; reperforated at the left, Fine. Scott $700 .
Suggested Bid $300

Current Bid $150

Lot 12396


Canada, 1857, Queen Victoria, ½d rose (Scott 8), F.-V.F. Scott $700 .
Suggested Bid $350

Current Bid $200

Lot 12422

Canada, Airmail Semi-Official, 1926, 10c on (25¢) Patricia Airways 'RED LAKE' overprint descending in purple (Scott CL29d), left margin single with part imprint, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine. Scott $300 .
Suggested Bid $150

Current Bid $110

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