Sale 5145



 
Lot 7694



Confederate States, [Henrico Co.] Richmond, 10¢ blue, "frame lines", parts of frame line visible at the left & bottom, upper right corner rounded, tied by a partial Richmond c.d.s., Aug 11, 1864, on a homemade cover to Chamblissburg, Bedford Co., Va., F.-V.F. Scott $3,250 .
Suggested Bid $1,200
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Realized $840



 
Lot 7676



Confederate States, [Goochland Co.] Goochland Court House, three-margin 10¢ dark blue lithographed, Hoyer print (2b), pen canceled with a manuscript pmk "Goochland CHVa/10th May" with "1862" in another hand, on a cover to Capt. W.D. Leake, Turners Artillery, Pocotaglio, S.C.; lightly soiled, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $500
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Unsold



 
Lot 7642



Confederate States, [Caroline Co.] Bowling Green, pair of 20¢ green (13) used with a 10¢ blue, type II, Keatinge & Ball (12 var.), tied by a single pen stroke with a manuscript "Bowling Green July 8" (1864) postmark on an adversity cover made from a page of a Caroline County Order Book; to Hanover Junction (Hanover Co., Va.); cover and stamps repaired, but a rare Trans-Mississippi usage. Scott $3,000 .
Suggested Bid $500


Hanover Junction is now the village of Doswell.


Unsold



 
Lot 7042



Airmail, 1928, 5¢ Beacon, First Day Cover - Washington D.C. (Scott C11), plate block of 9 tied by mute ovals on an oversize Registered cover with Third Assistant Postmaster General, Philatelic Agency Official Business corner card (Planty 16); postmarked Jul 25 Washington D.C. Registry Division on the reverse, along New York (also Jul 25) and Ogden, Utah (Jul 27) registry Division. postmarks, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $400
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Realized $240



 
Lot 7128



Airmail, 1928, 5¢ Beacon, Unofficial First Day Cover (Scott C11), two singles on a FDC to Berkeley, Cal. canceled with "U.S. Naval Hospital, League Island, Pa." duplex handstamps; with matching corner card and typed name of sender, "Lt. Comdr. F.E. Locy (MC) Navy"; four different backstamps, F.-V.F. Likely a unique First Day Cover, .
Suggested Bid $250


Lt. Commander Francis E. Locy was an avid Naval Cover collector. He developed the LOCY method of categorizing Naval cancels and earned the Navy Cross in World War I
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Realized $330



 
Lot 7174

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1869, 90¢ carmine & black (Scott 122), black cancel, nice color and impression, four clear margins; small thin at the bottom, Fine. Scott $1,800 .
Suggested Bid $600
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Realized $720



 
Lot 7211

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1893, $1 Columbian (Scott 241), regummed, F.-V.F. Scott $500 .
Suggested Bid $250
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Realized $240



 
Lot 7235



1898, $1 Trans-Miss. (Scott 292), o.g., previously hinged, nice color, Fine. Scott $1,500 .
Suggested Bid $600
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Realized $600










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