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St. Louis Gallery 229 N. Euclid Avenue St. Louis, MO 63108 (800) 782-0066 (314) 361-5699 (314) 361-5677 fax Mon-Sat, 10am-5pm (CT)

David M. Kols President Alan Lipkin Senior Vice President Penney O. Kols Vice President, Marketing Wayne Youngblood V.P. Consignor Relations Michael Goldman Walter Morris Senior Describers Lindsay Cann Neil Coker Charles Lee Grassman Lot Describers Thomas Jozwik Consignor Relations Cathy R. Skinner Auction Manager Lisa Pettibone Accounting Yvonne Jo Glasgow Jared Mudd Anya Wynne Graphic Designers Ron Brinkman Peter van Leth Zachary Stallworth Shipping Dorothy Youngblood Stanley Gibbons Products Manager Lewis J. Baer Charles J. Cook David M. Kols Dr. Herbert N. Shapiro Board of Directors

We are the official auctioneer for the upcoming Saint Louis Stamp Expo, and will be holding a sale with 3,098 lots of better stamps, covers, collections and box lots. The Expo will be held at the Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel on the weekend of March 21-23, 2014. We encourage you to attend one of the most popular APS shows in the country. Enjoy not only our auction, but also the many philatelic exhibits, plus you can shop with the dozens of national dealers who will have booths. We have arranged a special hotel rate of $87 per night at the show hotel. Please call the hotel directly at 1-800-468-3571 for reservations, and ask for the special stamp show rate. Before moving on, we’d like to call your attention to two special Court of Honor exhibits we are excited to present at the St. Louis Stamp Expo. The first is the wonderful Louisiana Purchase Exposition and the Mails, a 10-frame exhibit by St. Louis' own Dr. Elizabeth J. Nettles. According to her, the mails provided the ‘media blitz’ that brought 20 million people to the 1904 World's Fair, and her exhibit shows why. The second exhibit is a non-traditional one by Gerald Forsythe, United States of America, Regular Issued Airmail Postage Stamps, Plate Blocks, Sheets and Covers – 1918-1935, which is an examination of all regular airmail issues of the time, with first-day covers, plate blocks and sheets of all – including a FULL SET OF ZEPPELIN SHEETS – a very rare opportunity to ever see these gems. We anticipate no small amount of media attention for this show! Now, on to the sale… Session I (Saturday, March 22nd at 12noon CT) offers United States coins, currency and single stamps from the early classics through back of the book, a strong mint sheet offering, great plate blocks and an intriguing section of EFOs. We have an interesting selection of six lots of Colonial Currency (Lots 4-9), representing Pennsylvania, Maryland and Rhode Island, but the real strength lies in the stamps. As usual, the USA section is absolutely loaded with 19th and 20th Century heavy hitters including a striking unused 15¢ Lincoln with F grill (Scott 91 – Lot 188) and several scarce Large Bank Note special printings, with 90¢ violet (Scott 177 – lot 319), 15¢ orange (Scott 199 – Lot 333) and a 30¢ green-black (Scott 201 – Lot 334). Other classics include both 2¢ and 4¢ Pan-American Inverts (Scott 295a and 296a – Lots 564 and 565) and two extremely scarce bluish paper issues, the 4¢ and 8¢ values (Scott 360 and 363 – Lots 677 and 680), to name a few. Our ever-popular EFO section contains 122 lots of major errors and freaks of all types – enough to warm the heart of any EFO specialist! Session II (Sunday, March 23rd at 11am CT) begins with a wide selection of British and foreign singles including some great Canadian errors; and continues with Covers and concludes with our popular Collections and Box Lots, representing the USA, British Commonwealth and other Foreign countries. Among the offered collections are a number of U.S. and Worldwide collections, each with a great deal of value to offer the collector or dealer. Many of these large lots are from the extensive stock of longtime dealer Bob Weisz – the original Stamp King of Chicagoland (see bio on Page 2). The sale concludes with worldwide and topical collections, as well as some supplies and literature, including a wonderful volume of The Work of Jean de Sperati, (second edition – Lot 3093) a rare and classic work on forgeries. The auction is available for viewing at our St. Louis gallery from March 1st through Saturday, March 15th, then again on the show floor at the Expo beginning Friday, March 21st. Live bidding is available on our website until one hour prior to each session at www. RegencySuperior.com.

David M. Kols President

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Featured Consignor

Robert Weisz

Philatelic Dealer & Collector

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obert Weisz (age 92) ran one of the oldest & largest stamp stores on Higgins Avenue in Chicago under the STAMP KING moniker. Bob founded Stamp King back in 1964, although he started in the stamp business in 1945 after returning from World War II. Bob served as a co-pilot on the B-24 “Liberator” bombers. His Stamp King store specialized in box lots, collections, and accumulations. After 45 years in the stamp business Bob sold his shop in 1990 to Richard Drews (now owned and operated by Charles Berg). Bob also ran the New Orleans Stamp Show for some 26 years. However, he continued buying and selling stamps through the mail and at numerous stamp shows around the country for another 23 years. And he ended his career with as much material as he ever had in his store. He will tell you that he is still not retired, although he spends 6 months of the year in sunny Florida and is a voracious fisherman.

During his 69 years in business, Bob accumulated over 2 tons of merchandise covering every aspect of philately, including entire stocks of other dealers, untold collectors accumulations, 19th and 20th Century, unsorted cartons, job lots, and unusual and hard to find issues. Robert Weisz has spent a lifetime in stamps, and his reward was the thousands of satisfied customers who received countless hours of enjoyment from their stamps. When selling box lots and accumulations, Bob pored over each order to make sure there was more value than promised. In his Chicagoland store, customers enjoyed his straight-talking honest style and his flair for telling stories. Observant customers noticed two generations working in the store, as Bob employed his nephew Stewart. After retiring in 2013, Bob faced the problem of finding a stamp operation that was large enough to handle the sheer bulk of stamps. Over 850 archival storage boxes and several wall sized filing cabinets containing thousands of lots, accumulations, and sets of material. Much of it had not been looked at for 30 years or more. The material included significant USA, back-of-the-book, freaks, and loads of foreign. Some of the material had been catalogued, but most of it was simply marked with estimated net prices from the 1970’s, 80’s, and 90’s. According to Bob, “We spent a solid week working with Regency-Superior, opening the boxes and noting the content. We realized three things: this is a very unique philatelic stock, it is simply too big to carefully examine each lot (much less catalogue), and hundreds of the smaller lots need to be combined into the type of country lots that I loved to sell. After surveying the market, we chose Regency-Superior as the best way to get these stamps into the hands of collectors who will enjoy them. Regency-Superior, and especially their president David Kols, displayed tremendous patience and attention to detail in approaching this project. David and his staff have the philatelic knowledge necessary to combine and match material into attractive lots for collectors. But the clincher was the obvious pleasure David and his staff showed as they spent hour after hour opening boxes and exclaiming over the contents. We feel confident that Regency-Superior will do justice to my lifetime in stamp dealing.” As we were leaving Bob’s home after loading the second big truck full of material, we asked his wife Dorothy what she planned to do, and she commented “Just walk around my basement, den, living room and garage,” she replied, “because I can!”

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March 22-23, 2014  St. Louis, Missouri Official Auctioneer

St. Louis Stamp Expo • Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel AUCTION BIDDING St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014

Call:...................... (800) 782-0066 or (314) 361-5699 Fax:.......................................................... (314) 361-5677 Email:.................................... bid@RegencySuperior.com Website Bidding:.............. www.RegencySuperior.com Mail:....................................... Regency-Superior Auctions PO Box 8277 St. Louis, MO 63156-8277 USA

You may view the sale in full color and BID ONLINE. Bidding is updated instantaneously. Web bidding closes one hour prior to live floor auction. Please bid early!

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For Hotel Reservations, Please call: 1-800-468-3571 Ask for Special $87 Stamp Expo Rate.

STAMP & coin Auction Viewing Regency-Superior • St. Louis Gallery 229 N. Euclid Avenue • St. Louis, MO 63108 March 1st-March 15th • Mon-Sat, 10am-5pm (CT) St. Louis Stamp Expo Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel Concourse Ballroom Fri-Sun, March 21st-23rd • During Show Hours

NOTES

Bids accepted until one hour prior to each Session's start time. Any bids received after this time may not be executed. Please bid early! Postal Viewing Available Upon Request

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Frank Mandel

Purser & Associates

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Bidding Guidelines for Stamps & Postal History Stamp Catalogs

Stamp Centering Grades

The current editions of Scott Catalogues are used, plus where applicable, additional catalog values are listed from Gibbons, Michel, Facit, Yvert & PSE's Stamp Market Quarterly (SMQ).

Estimates In addition to the catalog value, 'estimates' are listed for each lot. You will find the estimates more reflective of the current market, and what you can reasonably expect to pay for a lot. You may, of course, bid higher or lower than the estimates. You may also speak with a lot describer for a more detailed description of a particular lot. Please call at least 72-hours prior to the sale (the earlier, the better). Remember, a Public Auction is not an approval service. Lots are not returnable unless misdescribed.

Covers & Postcards Covers should be expected to have slight reductions, minor nicks and tears usually from opening. Folded letters normally have one or two file folds, and these are not normally described and are not grounds for return.

XF

Extremely Fine

Near perfect centering on all four sides. A real gem.

VF

Very fine

Well centered, all perforations well clear of design on all four sides, but design slightly off center.

FVF Fine to Very Fine Perforations clear design on all four sides, but design is off center usually on two sides. F

Fine

Perforations barely clear design, or may touch on early issues prior to 1900.

AVE Average

Perforations cut into design.

IMPORTANT: Early stamp issues prior to 1900 were printed in such a way that the design was naturally very close to the edges. This is taken into consideration when grading. For SETS, the above classifications are used in describing the overall appearance of the set with particular attention to the high values.

Stamp Gum & Hinging MNH Never Hinged

Limits You may limit your total purchases by simply indicating the amount on your bidding form. This way, for example, you can bid on $5,000 worth of lots, but limit your purchases to $1,000. Remember, all lots are sold in lot number order. Bids on specific lots over and beyond your limit may be added to your purchase if you indicate they are to be excluded from your limit.

Mint, full original gum as issued by the Post Office. No trace of any hinge mark and no gum disturbance. The presence of an expertizer’s mark does not disqualify a stamp from this designation, but will be noted.

LH Lightly Hinged Unused, original gum with light gum disturbance from the removal of a hinge. No hinge remnant present, and only a trace of the hinge mark visible.

'OR' Bids

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You may bid on several similar lots with the assurance that you will purchase only one of them. Simply place an 'OR' between the bids submitted on the lots involved, and we will buy the first 'OR' lot for you, and void the rest. Remember, all lots are sold in lot number order, so you may not indicate a preference for one lot over another.

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Unused

Unused, original gum. Hinge marks will be readily present, and there may be some small pieces of the hinge still adhering to the stamp. No gum.

Stamp Symbols & Abbreviations

– Bidding Increments – Bids

Advance

$50 to $150.........................$5 $150 to $300.....................$10 $300 to $700.....................$25 $700 to $1,500..................$50 $1,500 to $3,000.............$100

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$3,000 to $7,000.............$250 $7,000 to $15,000...........$500 $15,000 to $50,000......$1,000 $50,000 to $100,000....$2,500 $100,000 and up...........$5,000

19% buyer's premium added to the hammer price. Bids below $50 respectfully declined. All major credit cards accepted at no additional cost

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Mint, original gum, never hinged  Unused, original gum, hinged () Unused, no gum  Used  Cover  Literature  Autograph BOB Back of Book BK Complete booklet CV Catalog value CDS Circular date stamp COA Certificate of Authenticity E Essay EST Estimated value F Forgery

FDC MNH MSS NGAI OG P PH pmk R S SH SMQ

First Day Cover Mint, never hinged Manuscript cancel No gum as issued Original gum Proof Photo illustration Postmark Reprint Specimen/Sample Full sheet Stamp Market Quarterly S/S Souvenir sheet TC Trial Color VAR Variety WMK Watermark

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PHONE: (800) 782-0066 • (314) 361-5699 Fax: (314) 361-5677 Email: bid@RegencySuperior.com WEBSITE: www.RegencySuperior.com

March 22-23, 2014  St. Louis, Missouri

St. Louis Stamp Expo  Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel NAME (please print)_ __________________________________________________________________________ Street Address________________________________________________________________________________ City_ __________________________ State___________ Zip/Postal Code_ ____________ Country______________ Telephone: Day (__________ )_______________________ Evening (_________ )_________________________

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 Previous Bidder  New Bidder. All new bidders must provide a major credit card.

You may pay by CREDIT CARD or PAYPAL at no additional cost, and have your lots shipped immediately after the Auction. Please fill in your account information and be sure to sign this bid sheet.

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Account #_______________________________________ Exp Date______________ Security # ___________ If necessitated by competitive bidding, you may increase my bids by 10%  20% to secure a lot.  Please limit my total purchases to approximately $________ ($1,000 minimum limit) +19% buyer’s premium.  Please contact me to discuss consignments to your auctions, or outright purchase. Please bid for me in accordance with your Terms of Sale which I have read and agree to. I understand that you will execute my bids at one advance over the next highest bid. I have indicated my highest bid for each lot. It is understood that you will buy for me as much below my bids as competition permits, and that my highest bid will not be used unless absolutely necessary. I agree to pay for all purchases within seven (7) days of receipt of invoice. Signature:

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FAX (314) 361-5677 Absentee bids accepted until one hour prior to each Session's start time. Bids below $50 respectfully declined. 19% buyer's premium added to the hammer price.

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Terms of Sale

Regency-Superior, Ltd.

The Property described in this catalog is offered at Public Auction by Regency-Superior, Ltd (hereinafter referred to as ‘Auctioneer’), on behalf of various consignors and itself. Regency-Superior, Ltd is a licensed auctioneer. The placing of a bid shall constitute acceptance of all the Terms of Sale in their entirety: 1. Bidding All lots are sold to the highest bidder at one advance over the second highest bid (or the opening minimum bid), plus a 19% buyer's premium. In the case of tie bids, the first bid received shall prevail. Bids may be made in person on the auction floor, by mail, telephone, fax, website, email, or by agent. Current catalog values (where possible) are used for all material, unless otherwise noted. You may speak with one of our lot describers for a more detailed description of a particular lot. Please call at least 72 hours prior to the sale (1-800-782-0066). 2. Bid Cancellations will only be accepted up to one hour prior to the sale. The Auctioneer reserves the right to withdraw any misdescribed lot. The right is reserved to reject bids, which in the Auctioneer's opinion, are not offered in good faith. 3. Reserves Some consignors have been advanced monies against the sale of their properties. It may be assumed that all lots are subject to a reserve price. The auctioneer may implement such reserve price by bidding on behalf of the seller. 4. Payment can be made by Cash, Check, Money Order, Credit Card (at no additional cost) or PayPal. Successful bidders who have furnished a credit card will have their lots forwarded immediately; all others will be invoiced, and payment must be remitted within 7 days. Lots will not be sent without full payment. Please allow 10 days for processing and mailing of lots. Bidders are responsible for shipping, handling and insurance costs. Overseas bidders are responsible for any custom duties and taxes imposed by their respective country. Proof of receipt of a shipment at the advised address shall constitute delivery. Title shall not pass to the buyer until full payment is received. A late payment charge of 2% per month will be imposed on all past due accounts over 30 days. If collection of any balance due requires legal action, the bidder is responsible for all legal fees incurred. 5. Expertization Extensions All lots are sold as genuine, unless otherwise noted. Lots accompanied by an Expert Certificate (COA) shall not be subject to re-certification if issued within the past 10 years. The following conditions apply to requests for expertization: (a) the lot must be paid in full; (b) the lot must be submitted by either the Auctioneer or the bidder to an expertizing authority recognized by the Auctioneer within 21 days of the sale; (c) if submitted by the bidder, bidder must notify Auctioneer and send a copy of the application form to the Auctioneer; (d) if submitted by the Auctioneer, the COA fee plus a $10 per lot handling fee and shipping costs to and from the expertizing service will be charged to the buyer; (e) any expenses incurred shall be borne by the buyer, except the Auctioneer shall be responsible for a full refund of the expertization charges if an adverse opinion is rendered; (f) Lots may NOT be returned due to 'grading' since it is highly subjective; (g) lots submitted for certification will be considered cleared 90 days from the date of the sale, unless written notification is received otherwise.

6. Artwork If you are buying a lot containing original artwork, you are buying the artwork only and NOT the right to commercially make prints and reproductions for sale to the public without the expressed written permission of the artist. Any glass used within frames will not be shipped; it will be removed prior to shipping. If you wish to keep the glass, you must pick up the lot in person or arrange your own shipping. 7. Shipping and Handling Charges are based upon the actual cost of packaging, insurance and shipping. Delicate or breakable items require additional packaging and may cost more, especially if professional crating is required. Shipping charges depend upon your location and an estimate can be given when accompanied by your Zipcode or Country. Most bulky shipments to destinations within the USA are sent via UPS. We try to combine multiple items to reduce shipping & packing costs. 8. Returns & Refunds Every effort has been made to describe lots accurately. Any lot described incorrectly must be returned intact within 7 days of receipt. Photo illustrations may not be to scale, and in no case constitute an incorrect description. The following are NOT returnable for any reason whatsoever: (a) Lots containing multiple items (whether photographed or not) because of value; (b) lots described as containing items with faults or defects; (c) lots inspected by floor bidders or postal viewers; (d) lots described ‘sold as is’ or in ‘mixed’ condition; (e) photographed lots for reasons of centering, cancellations, margins or perforation faults; (f) lots may NOT be returned due to 'grading' since it is highly subjective; and, (g) lots altered from their original condition, including the addition of authentication markings, even if not genuine. If your auction invoice is not paid in full within 7 days of receipt, all lots will be rendered not returnable for any reason. 9. Tax Buyers residing in Missouri, or bidders picking up auction lots at the St. Louis Stamp Expo in Missouri are subject to state sales tax, unless exempt and provide a valid resale certificate. 10. Claims Should any dispute arise between bidders, the decision of the Auctioneer is final. Any oral or written statements, including those regarding condition, made by any staff of the Auctioneer are statements of opinion only, and should not be construed as warranties of any kind. The Auctioneer is a subscriber to the ASDA’s Code of Ethics for Public Auction firms. In the event of any dispute between the Auctioneer and Bidder, the parties agree to binding arbitration in accordance with the rules of the ASDA. This agreement contains a binding and enforceable arbitration clause, and shall be governed by the laws and regulations of the State of Missouri. 11. Prices Realized Posted on the website. David M. Kols President

19% Buyer's Premium Added to the Hammer Price TM 

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The name Regency-Superior, Regency Stamps, Superior Stamps, Superior Space, Superior Collectibles and their logos associated therewith are trademarks of Regency-Superior, Ltd.

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Order of Sale SESSION I: Saturday, March 22, 2014 begins at 12noon (Central Time) Lots 1-1722 • Coins & Currency, USA & Possessions Stamps St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel

Coins & Currency Tokens & Medallions.................................................1-2 Foreign Coins..................................................................3 USA Currency...........................................................4-10 Foreign Currency........................................................ 11

USA Singles & Sets Encased Postage......................................................12-15 USA Provisionals......................................................... 16 USA 1847-56 Imperforate Issues..........................17-68 USA 1857-68 Perforated Issues..........................69-216 USA 1869-92 Pictorials & Banknotes............. 217-369 USA 1893-99 Columbians, First Bureau & Trans-Mississippi........................................ 370-563

USA Singles & Sets, cont USA Early 20th Century Issues....................... 564-935 USA Modern Issues (1930-present)................ 936-951 USA Airmails, Dues & Back-of-Book.......... 952-1189 USA Plate Blocks........................................... 1190-1372 USA Sheets..................................................... 1373-1427 USA Errors, Freaks & Oddities................... 1428-1549 USA Postal Stationery................................... 1550-1560 USA Revenues................................................ 1561-1621 USA Federal Ducks....................................... 1622-1658 USA Essays, Proofs & Trial Colors.............. 1659-1694 USA Deep Back of Book............................... 1695-1697 Confederate States......................................... 1698-1703 USA Possessions............................................ 1704-1722

SESSION II: Sunday, March 23, 2014 begins at 11am (Central Time) Lots 1723-3098 • British & Foreign Stamps, USA & Worldwide Covers & Collections St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • Renaissance St. Louis Airport Hotel

Foreign Singles & Sets Great Britain................................................... 1723-1751 British Stamps................................................ 1752-1946 Foreign Stamps.............................................. 1947-2324

Covers & Accumulations USA Stampless & State Postal History........ 2325-2333 USA Covers.................................................... 2334-2356 USA Airmail Covers..................................... 2357-2361 USA Specialty Covers................................... 2362-2379 USA First Day Covers................................... 2380-2428 USA First Day Cover Accumulations......... 2429-2435 USA Cover Accumulations.......................... 2436-2451 USA Confederate Covers............................. 2452-2457 USA Possessions Covers......................................... 2458 British Covers................................................. 2459-2474 Foreign Covers............................................... 2475-2524 Zeppelin Covers............................................. 2525-2541 Picture Postcards........................................... 2542-2544 Worldwide Cover Accumulations............... 2545-2552

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USA Collections USA Collections............................................ 2553-2654 USA Back-of-Book Collections................... 2655-2668 USA Specialty Collections............................ 2669-2685 USA Revenue Collections............................ 2686-2691 USA Plate Blocks Collections...................... 2692-2700 USA Face Value Collections......................... 2701-2750 USA Possessions Collections....................... 2751-2758 Worldwide Collections British Collections......................................... 2759-2813 Foreign Collections....................................... 2814-2980 Worldwide Collections................................. 2981-3034 Topical Collections........................................ 3035-3085 Mystery Lots................................................... 3086-3090 Supplies & Literature..................................... 3091-3098

Proceeds from the hammer price of these marked lots will benefit the American Philatelic Society

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

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Coins & Currency TOKENS & MEDALLIONS 1

1800s-1900s TOKENS & MEDALLIONS SELECTION ...................................................................................... $200-300

About 300 tokens & medallions with duplication on some, mostly modern commemorative types but some earlier including nice high relief examples. Various topics and types represented, varying condition.

– WORLDWIDE – 2

WORLDWIDE TOKENS + USA $1 GOLD COIN TIE-TAC & TRADE DOLLAR ............................................... PH $350-500

Selection of 17 mostly USA items. Includes: Indian Princess Large Head 1868 $1 gold coin (net weight .04837 oz pure gold) made into tie-tac with soldered post; interesting but faked 1876 S trade dollar without chops, in 2½” square stapled paper holder; 15 different tokens, each in 2½” square stapled paper holder, including: 1876 Liberty Seated dime Love token, 1841 Webster Credit Current with sailing ship & 1841 date on face and ‘MILLIONS FOR DEFENSE/NOT ONE CENT FOR TRIBUTE’ inscriptions on back (with drilled 2X hole), casino tokens with 25¢ Horseshoe Club Las Vegas, Nev, with Benny Binion picture, Societe des Bains du Mer-Monaco, & Grand Casino (MS), assorted USA & England game counters/place holders. Overall fine & better.

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1884-1970s CANADA COIN HOLDING ....................... $250-350

About 250 coins with about 80% of them in cardboard holders and rest in tubes. Includes Cents & Pennys, Nickles, Dimes, Quarters and couple 50¢ or $1 pieces. Cardboard holder coins are identified and priced with some misidentified. Some silver present along with several premium coins. Condition varies.

USA CURRENCY

(PA-95) 1758 PENNSYLVANIA 15sh (PCGS GRADED RED 30) ................................ PH $3500-5000

Scarce piece of Pennsylvania currency printed by B. Franklin & D. Hall on May 20, 1758. Friedberg ‘Paper Money of the United States’ (18th Ed) identified as PA-95. Silked, center horizontal crease ironed out, edge restorations. (PCGS #80485456 holder, Graded Red 30 Very Fine). (Friedberg #PA-95) 5

(PA-179) 1775 PENNSYLVANIA 30sh NOTE ..... PH $750-1000

Beautiful GEM note, July 20, 1775 30sh issue, crisp and uncirculated. Rare this nice. Choice unc, gem quality. (Friedberg #PA-179 UNC $1000) 6

$250

FOREIGN CURRENCY

– COLONIAL CURRENCY – 4

1850s TWO DIFFERENT CURRENCY SHEETS OF 4 ........................................................................................

Two uncut Currency Sheets sheets of 4 from different banks. One is Western Exchange Fire & Marine Insurance Co. issued Nov 2, 1857, located in Omaha City, NE, with $1, $2, $3 & $5, center vignette for $1-3 have Native Americans & $5 has Steamboat ‘Omaha.’ All signed and have statement moneys ‘Deposited by Bishop Hill Colony.’ Uniface & edge faults. Other sheet is $5 on The Citizens’ Bank of Louisiana in New Orleans, unissued & unsigned or dated, in both English & French with vignette of Liberty with shield & pole with cap, printed both sides, edge faults. Both sheets have some wrinkles or horizontal creases. Still fine.

– CANADA – 3

(MD-59) 1770 MARYLAND $8 NOTE ................. PH $750-1000

March 11, 1770 $8 issue. Fresh, about uncirculated, extra fine, with crease. Scarce note. (Friedberg #MD-59 $750)

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FOREIGN COINS

(RI-286) 1780 RHODE ISLAND $5 NOTE ............ PH $350-500

July 2, 1780 $5 issue. Fresh, choice uncirculated. Crisp, tiny corner nick. Scarce this nice. (Friedberg #RI-286 UNC $500)

– GERMANY – 11

1940s LAGERGELD NOTES FROM GERMAN CAMPS .................................................................. PH $600-800

Set of 7 different ‘Lagergeld’ scrip currency used in German concentration camps during WWII. Notes have same basic design with Nazi emblem at lower left and red triangle at center. Papers in different colors for 1pf, 10pf, 50pf, 1 Reichsmark, 2rm, 5rm and 10rm large size note. Several have been folded, a couple minor stains, overall fine condition.

(PA-180) 1775 PENNSYLVANIA 40sh NOTE ..... PH $750-1000

December 8, 1775 40sh issue, uncirculated, scarce and attractive note. Choice unc, gem quality. (Friedberg #PA-180 UNC $1000) 7

(RI-282) 1780 RHODE ISLAND $1 NOTE ............ PH $350-500

July 2, 1780 $1 note, spectacular condition gem, crisp and uncirculated choice beauty. Choice unc, gem quality. (Friedberg #RI-282 UNC $500) (800) 782-0066 • www.RegencySuperior.com

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

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Scarce piece, with medium ‘Ayer’s.’ Very fine. (1978 APS Cert #31921). Cat $2000. 13

EP (EP100) 1862 ENCASED POSTAGE 30¢ J. GAULT .................................................................................... PH $2500

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EP (EP177) 1862 ENCASED POSTAGE 10¢ WEIR & LANCASTER, MONTREAL ....................................... PH $3500

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EP (EP178) 1862 ENCASED POSTAGE 1¢ WHITE, THE HATTER, NEW YORK ....................................... PH $3000

Attractive encapsulated postage. As usual, mica with some slight surface scratching. Very fine and scarce item. Cat $3000.

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(1) 1847 FRANKLIN 5¢ RED BROWN, HUDSON RIVER MAIL GRID CANCEL .................................... PH



(1) 1847 FRANKLIN 5¢ RED BROWN, RARE ‘40’ TRANSCONTINENTAL RATE ................................... PH

(1) 1847 FRANKLIN 5¢ RED BROWN (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................... PH

22

(1) 1847 FRANKLIN 5¢ RED BROWN, RARE EASTHAMPTON MASS DIAMOND CANCEL .......... PH

$500

(1) 1847 FRANKLIN 5¢ RED BROWN, BLUE GRID ....... PH

$300



(1) 1847 FRANKLIN 5¢ BROWN ............................... PH

$300

Right sheet margin single, huge margin at right, others clear. Attractive brown shade, red grid cancel, very fine. Cat $450.

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(1) 1847 FRANKLIN 5¢ RED BROWN ...................... PH

$250



(1) 1847 FRANKLIN 5¢ RED BROWN ...................... PH

$150

Black grid and small part red town cancels, margins large to in, just fine. Cat $425. 25



(1) 1847 FRANKLIN 5¢ RED BROWN ...................... PH

$150

Attractive stamp, rich color, red grid cancel, horizontal crease at top, very fine appearance. Cat $425. 26



(1) 1847 FRANKLIN 5¢ RED BROWN ...................... PH

$100

Red cancel, large margins, soiled, faults, still useful copy. Cat $425. $600

Gorgeous color with large margins, extremely fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01272754, XF 90, Used) (SMQ $625)

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(1//119) 1847-69 FIVE USED CLASSICS .................. PH

$450

Five Classic stamps: #1 blue grid cancel w/large sealed tear at left; #15 black cancel, large margins, small scissor cuts at both bottom corners; #17 black town cancel, fine; #117 black cork cancel, large margins, extremely fine appearing, pressed-out creases; #119 washed red cancel, vignette shifted well to left, fine to very fine. Cat $1270.

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$500

Attractive stamp, margins large to clear, circular blue grid cancel, very fine. Cat $460.

$200

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$500

Four margins, red grid cancel, very fine. Cat $425.

(9X1) 1846 NEW YORK 5¢ BLACK, ACM CONNECTED ............................................................. PH

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Large margins, blue pen cancel, vertical crease at right, small fault at lower left, otherwise very fine appearance. Cat $500.



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Fresh color, margins in and tiny tear at right, complete strike of RARE Easthampton, MA, diamond of dots cancel.

Scarce item, very fine. As usual, mica with slight surface scratching. Attractive. Kagin’s Value $4,500. Cat $2500.

17

33

Complete strike of ‘40’ in circle, transcontinental rate to California, margins clear to in, otherwise fine. Seldom offered.

Scarce encased postage item, very fine. Cat $2750.



26

Attractive example, largely complete strike of the Hudson River Mail route agent’s 17-bar grid cancel, margins huge to barely in upper right, slightly oxidized, tiny corner crease bottom left well clear of design, fine to very fine. (2011 PF Cert #495235).

EP (EP16) 1862 ENCASED POSTAGE 5¢ AYER’S SARSAPARILLA ........................................................ PH $1500

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15

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$800

Choice stamp, rich color, light face free black grid cancel, very fine and attractive. Cat $1350. 32



(2) 1847 WASHINGTON 10¢ BLACK ........................ PH

40



33



(2) 1847 WASHINGTON 10¢ BLACK ........................ PH

$400

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42



35



36





44



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(8) 1851 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE III, POSITION 99R2 ......................................................... PH $7500

(8A) 1851 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE IIIa (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH $1000

Beautiful deep rich color on fresh white paper, partial town cancel, very fine to extremely fine and choice. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01256201, VF-XF 85, Used). (SMQ $1250) 45



(8A) 1851 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE IIIa ................ PH

$600

Extremely fine appearance, tiny thin spot, fresh color, light cancel, and large margins all around. Cat $900. 46



Choice example of this desirable position 10R1E, showing complete design at top, margins large at top & bottom. Rich color, light blue town cancel, very fine and attractive. (2010 PSE Cert #01228015). Cat $2000.

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Choice stamp, unused, no gum. Deep rich color, position 56R4, ‘F’ relief. Scarce unused (with or without gum). (4 certificates: 1974 & 1990 PF Certs, 1991 PSE Cert #15965 identifying plate position, and 2008 PF Graded Cert #466952, VF-XF 85). (SMQ $2700)

(7) 1851 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE II, POSITION 10R1E ...................................................... PH $1000

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(7 var) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE II, PLATE 4 .................................................................................... PH

() (8A) 1851 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE IIIa (PF GRADED 85) ....................................................... PH $3750

(7) 1852 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE II, STRIP ......... PH $3000

A RARE horizontal strip of 5. Mint never hinged, age-toned gum with foxing spots on back and on face of two left stamps, creases, and small surface scrapes on right stamp per Weiss cert. Still rare and desirable, makes nice showpiece. Estimated cat $12,600. 37

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(5A, 7) 1851 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPES Ib & II, PAIR ........................................................................... PH $7500

Rare and attractive pair, position 2-3R1E, types II & Ib, rich color, black grid cancel, margins large, showing complete design characteristics at bottom, position 3 with a natural paper inclusion, fine. (2013 PSAG Cert #0563366 for strip of 3). Cat $13,500.

(7 var) 1851 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE II, PLATE 3 .................................................................................... PH $5000

Gorgeous example of this exceptionally RARE position 99R2, showing large clear breaks top & bottom. Rich color, discreet town cancel, light corner crease upper right clear of design, very fine. (2010 PSE Cert #01223140). Cat $12,500.

() (4) 1875 REPRODUCTION WASHINGTON 10¢ BLACK ....................................................................... PH $1000

Great margins, tiny, faint toning fleck in hair, otherwise fresh, extremely fine. Unused, no gum as issued. Cat $1000 for no gum.

$250

Choice example from scarce plate 4 (position 2L4). Rich color, attractive New Ipswich, NH, town cancel. Very fine plus. (2011 PF Cert #495326 for cover from which it came). Cat $1000.

Red cancels, repaired, in at bottom, wide top & right, useful example. Cat $1000. 34

(7) 1851 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE II ..................... PH

Rare Plate 3, position 25R3. Fresh color, huge margins showing part of adjacent stamps at left and top. Full original gum, lightly hinged, part of Ashbrook pencil notation on back. Very fine for this scarce issue. (Copy of 2010 PSE Cert #01229940 for pair). Cat $9000.

$600

Four margins, part of adjacent stamp visible at bottom, sound, very fine. Bold ‘X’ pen cancel, (2013 Weiss cert). Cat $600.

$800

Big bottom sheet margin single, position 97R1E. Original gum, hinge remnant, creases, small thin.(2004 APS Cert #154764) Cat $1050.

(2) 1847 WASHINGTON 10¢ BLACK (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................................................... PH $1500

(2) 1847 WASHINGTON 10¢ BLACK, BLACK GRID CANCEL ........................................................... PH

(7) 1851 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE II ..................... PH

Fresh, huge margins, sheet margin at right. Original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. (2010 PF Cert #488978). Cat $1050.

Genuine, attractive red cds cancel. Extremely fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01267242, XF 90, Used; 2002 PF Cert #0385053). (SMQ $1750) 31

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() (2) 1847 WASHINGTON 10¢ BLACK ........................ PH $4000

Scarce unused (no gum) example, margins large to clear, fine to very fine. Cat $15,000 for no gum. 30

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() (2) 1847 WASHINGTON 10¢ BLACK ........................ PH $7500

Pretty example, with deep luxuriant rich color. Nice sharp impression. Four good margins, minor corner nick at lower right that does not affect design, sound and very fine. Unused (regummed). Cat $15,000 for no gum. 29

44

38

(9) 1852 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE IV (PSE GRADED 80) .................................................... PH

$650

Choice stamp, margins huge, showing part of adjacent stamp at top, to just touching at bottom left, conservatively graded, very fine. Original gum, hinged. (2009 PSE Graded Cert #01197293, VF 80, Mint OGh) (SMQ $900)

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54

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48

56

62

49

50

57

63

58

65



(9) 1852 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE IV, PAIR (JUMBO) .................................................................... PH

(9) 1852 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE IV .................... PH





56



$200

(9) 1852 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE IV .................... PH

$200

Gorgeous USED example of Position 61L (penciled on reverse). HUGE margins, extremely fine. Cat $100. 50





(9) 1852 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE IV .................... PH

57





(9) 1852 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE IV .................... PH

$175

(11 var) 1855 WASHINGTON 3¢ DULL RED TYPE I, GASH ON SHOULDER (PSE GRADED 95) .............. PH





(11A) 1853 WASHINGTON 3¢ DULL RED TYPE II (PSE GRADED 98 JUMBO) ...................................... PH

$500

Spectacular stamp, huge margins, right margin single showing parts of all five adjacent stamps, bold town cancel, superb beauty. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01246914, Superb 98J, Used) SMQ value for 98, no premium added for Jumbo. (SMQ $550)

(11A var) 1851 WASHINGTON 3¢ TYPE II, ROSE RED SHADE ................................................... PH

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$125

$250

(12) 1856 JEFFERSON 5¢ RED BROWN TYPE I .................................................................................. PH $15,000

Very fine, large margins at left and bottom, margins clear on all sides. Fresh, rich color, traces of original gum. Beautiful example of this exceedingly scarce stamp. Ex-Cook. (2000 PF Cert #0356341). Cat $11,000 for no gum. 59



(12) 1856 JEFFERSON 5¢ RED BROWN TYPE I, PAIR .............................................................. PH $1250

Horizontal pair, postally used, New Orleans town cancels, genuine, sound, very fine. (2013 PSAG Cert #0564468). Cat $1650. 60



(13) 1855 WASHINGTON 10¢ GREEN TYPE I ......... PH $7000

Rare stamp, part original gum, previously hinged, ‘toned on face,’ which is barely visible. Large margins, very fine. (1988 PF Cert #197568). Cat $19,000. 61



(13) 1855 WASHINGTON 10¢ GREEN TYPE I ......... PH $1600

Choice stamp, deep, rich color, margins huge to large, black grid and tiny part red cancels (no premium added to cat value), extremely fine and attractive. (2004 PF Cert #409112). Cat $900.

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(11A) 1853 WASHINGTON 3¢ DULL RED TYPE II (JUMBO) ............................ View photo online

() (12) 1856 JEFFERSON 5¢ RED BROWN TYPE I .... PH $6500

(11A) 1853 WASHINGTON 3¢ DULL RED TYPE II, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH $1500

A scarce MINT block of 4, clear margins all around. Great show piece! Full original gum, ‘never hinged with slightly disturbed gum’ per PF Cert, cat as hinged. Very fine. (1980 PF Cert #89523 & 1999 PF Cert #0343294). Cat $2100. 54

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$900

Choice stamp, strong ‘gash on shoulder’ variety, huge to large margins with sheet margin at top, full original gum, lightly hinged, extremely fine to superb. (2012 PSE Cert #01252572, Graded XF-Sup 95, Mint OGph). (SMQ $1150) 53

67

Very fine, sound example of this RARE issue, missing from most collections. Generous margins. Stamp with strong, clear impression & color. Large part original gum, only missing gum where hinge was removed. Very rare with this much gum. Makes for great exhibit piece. (2007 PSE Cert #01156262) Cat $30,000.

$200

Original gum, previously hinged, fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01262234) Cat $750. 52

66

61

Beautiful stamp, rich rose red shade. Large margins all around showing part of adjacent stamp at left, part original gum, extremely fine and attractive. (1994 PF Cert #282647) Cat $275.

Fresh color, original gum, lightly hinged, short and fat, showing parts of adjacent stamps at sides, but cut in top and bottom, fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01262238). Cat $750. 51

60

Huge Jumbo showing parts of five adjacent stamps, light grid cancel, tiny tear at bottom just reaching frame line, otherwise extremely fine. Cat $15.

$500

Excellent example of position 82R (penciled on reverse). Four ample to large margins showing piece of adjacent stamp below. Light cancel, extremely fine. Cat $100. 49

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55

A pretty left sheet margin used horizontal pair, positions 81R-82R (penciled on reverse). Extremely fine with HUGE margins all around. Cat $220. 48

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70

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71

72

73

74

69 75

76

77

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(13) 1855 WASHINGTON 10¢ GREEN TYPE I, PAIR ........................................................................... PH

(13) 1855 WASHINGTON 10¢ GREEN TYPE I ......... PH



71





72



73





(14) 1855 WASHINGTON 10¢ GREEN TYPE II, PAIR ........................................................................... PH

74



68



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76





77



(17) 1851 WASHINGTON 12¢ BLACK ...................... PH $6000

(18, 20) 1861 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE I & II, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH $6500

Beautiful plate 12 position piece, vertical block of 6 (2x3). Tough to find a multiple this nice. Positions 32-33/42-43/ 52-53R12, B/C/B reliefs, top and bottom rows type II, center row type I. Fresh, original gum, previously hinged, top left stamp with small adherence on reverse, very fine and attractive. (2011 PF Cert #495564). Cat $11,200. 70



$600

(20) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE II, PLATE 12 .................................................................................... PH

$300

(20 var) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE II, PLATE 4, DOUBLE TRANSFER ................................................ PH $1500

Position 10R4, ‘double transfer’ from plate 4, light black town cancel. Single perf toned, fine to very fine. (2009 Richard Doporto One Cent Franklin Plating Archive Cert). Cat $1800. (20 var) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE II, CURL IN HAIR ........................................................... PH

$500

Postally used with black town cancel. Curl in hair variety, position 4R4, two light creases. Very fine appearance. (2011 Weiss Cert) Cat $1350. 78



(21) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE III, STRIP ...... PH $2000

Horizontal strip of 3, positions 62-64R4, New York town cancel, cert reads ‘stamps with faintly toned perforations,’ which seems harsh, left stamp with nick at left, right pair with few blunted perfs at bottom, otherwise very fine. Includes New York cover from which it was taken, slightly reduced at left, otherwise very fine. (2011 PF Cert #496426 for cover). Cat $8750.

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(20) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE II ................... PH

Pretty stamp, rich color and impression, neat pen cancel, extremely fine and attractive. (2013 PSE Cert #01261999). Estimated cat $147.

$150

Tall stamp, top margin example with HUGE margin at top & bottom. Fresh color, magnificent example, an extremely fine GEM, worthy of the best collection. Original gum, previously hinged. (Copy of 1994 PF Cert #0284974 for block, this is upper right stamp) Cat $6250.

(19) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE Ia .................. PH $3000

Fat stamp, large margins, deep shade, duplex cancel, extremely fine and attractive. (2012 PF Cert #507720). Cat $275.

$175

Horizontal pair (position 39-40L1) with two partial San Francisco postmarks. Wide margins top, right & bottom, tear at top left margin, corner crease upper right. Very fine appearance. (2004 APS Cert #157129). Cat $350.

(19) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE Ia .................. PH $7000

Scarce stamp, small creases in right corners, good looking stamp for this issue, fine to very fine appearance. (1966 PF Cert #23630 for stamp hinged to its original cover) Cat $9000.

Handsome used example, rich color, huge margins, black cancel, extremely fine. (2012 PSE Cert #01253912) Cat $160. 67

$500

One of the most attractive examples known of this rare issue. Very well centered, as every known example touches at bottom. Very fine, used with light black cds. (1976 PF Cert & 2010 PSE Cert #01217240). Cat $9000.

(14) 1855 WASHINGTON 10¢ GREEN TYPE II ........ PH $1000

(14) 1855 WASHINGTON 10¢ GREEN TYPE II ........ PH

(18) 1861 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE I .................... PH

Fresh color, black grid cancel, well centered, very fine plus. (2003 PF Cert #400070). Cat $550.

(14) 1855 WASHINGTON 10¢ GREEN TYPE II ........ PH $3500

Scarce unused example, fresh color, margins huge to just touching at bottom, small margin thin at left, part original gum, fine. Cat $5000. 66



$350

Fresh and beautiful with four ample to wide margins. OG, previously hinged, premium and very fine stamp. (2012 PSE Cert #01250223). Cat $5000. 65

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$500

Nice example, showing complete design all around, fresh color, blue cancel, small faults, very fine to extremely fine appearance. Cat $950. 64

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Horizontal pair with red cancels. Horizontal crease across both stamps at bottom, corner creases and tiny nicks at right. Fine. (2009 PSE Cert #01210042). Cat $2200. 63

78

79



(21) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE III .................. PH $1250

Choice example, rich color, small pen cancel, large margins showing complete design, very fine to extremely fine. (2011 PSE Cert #01236099 for pair) Cat $1250.

(18) 1861 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE I .................... PH $1250

A BIG stamp with some generous margins, very fine. Fresh, bright color, exceptional for this issue! Original gum, previously hinged. (2002 PF Cert #0387982). Cat $2100. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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81

82

87

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83

84

89

90

85

91

86

94

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96

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(22) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE IIIa (PSE GRADED 75) .................................................... PH



$350

(26) 1857 WASHINGTON 3¢ DULL RED TYPE III (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................... PH

90



(27) 1858 JEFFERSON 5¢ BRICK RED TYPE I ....... PH $1200

Scarce stamp, fresh color, New Orleans town cancel, near very fine. (2013 PSAG Cert #0563396). Cat $1650. 91



(27) 1858 JEFFERSON 5¢ BRICK RED TYPE I, PAIR ........................................................................... PH

$750

A rare horizontal pair with light black town cancel. Few nibbed perfs and some center perf separations. Average. Cat $4000.

() (23) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE IV .................. PH $2000

Deep, rich color, unused, no gum, recut top and bottom, small pulled perf at bottom. Fresh, very fine example of this scarce and desirable stamp. Cat $4000 for no gum. 83



92  (28) 1857 JEFFERSON 5¢ RED BROWN TYPE I ............................... PH $8500

Good color, scarce original gum stamp, small part disturbed, corner perf crease top right, pulled perf bottom right and reperforated at bottom. Rich color, fine appearance for this RARE issue. (2007 PSE Cert #01132919). Cat $60,000.

(23) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE IV, PAIR ........ PH $1350

Horizontal pair, positions 99-100L1L, B reliefs single recut top line only variety. Black town cancel. Corner creases and paper adhesion on reverse. Scarce, fine pair. (2010 One Cent Franklin Plating Archive Cert #32610006). Cat $2000. 84



(23) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE IV .................. PH

$750

Rich color, attractive grid cancel, very fine and choice. (1978 PF Cert for cover from which it came) Cat $900. 85



(25) 1857 WASHINGTON 3¢ ROSE TYPE I .............. PH

93

() (28) 1857 JEFFERSON 5¢ RED BROWN TYPE I ..................................... PH $5000

One of the country’s RAREST stamps. Rich color, fine appearance. Tough issue, missing from most collections. Unused, no gum, small faults. (1969 PF Cert #30640). Cat $15,000 for no gum.

$650

Type I, disturbed original gum, two small thins at bottom. Fine. (2011 Weiss Cert). Cat $2500. 86



87



(25) 1857 WASHINGTON 3¢ ROSE TYPE I .............. PH

$500

Wide stamp, showing part of adjacent stamp at left, scissors cut beyond perfs at right, showing full design. Fresh, lightly hinged original gum. Tiny corner crease lower right margin. Ex-Cook. (1999 APS Cert #117222). Cat $2500.

94

(25 var) 1857 WASHINGTON 3¢ BROWNISH CARMINE TYPE I ...................................................... PH $1100

95

OG, previously hinged. Brownish carmine shade, fine plus. (2012 PSAG Cert #0561363). Cat $2500. 88

$125

Big stamp, fresh color, light cds, extremely fine and choice. (2011 PSE Graded Cert #01241167, XF 90, Used) (SMQ $125)

$750

Handsome example of this type from plate 11, fine to very fine. (2005 PSE Graded Cert #01006598, F-VF 75, Used) (SMQ $375) 82

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(22) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE IIIa (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH

Choice example, rich color, attractive blue town cancel, very fine to extremely fine. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01257322, VF-XF 85, Used). (SMQ $850) 81

99

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98



(26) 1857 WASHINGTON 3¢ DULL RED TYPE III, MULTIPLE .................................................................. PH

$575

Block of 9, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $585 for hinged.

(28) 1857 JEFFERSON 5¢ RED BROWN TYPE I .... PH $1100

Nicely centered, rich color, extremely fine. (2007 PF Cert #449476) Cat $1200. 

(28b) 1857 JEFFERSON 5¢ BRIGHT RED BROWN .................................................................................... PH $2800

Exceptional example of this scarce shade, perforations clear of design on all four sides, black town cancel, extremely fine and choice. The bright red brown shade is a distinct shade which belongs to the red brown & Indian red family (which it sometimes resembles), and probably deserves its own major listing in Scott. (Copy of 1985 PF Cert for pair & 2006 PF Cert #433902 for this single). Cat $2500.

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108

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102

109

110

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112



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(29) 1857 JEFFERSON 5¢ BROWN TYPE I ............. PH $1000

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109

(30) 1861 JEFFERSON 5¢ ORANGE BROWN TYPE II .................................................................................... PH

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$700

(30) 1861 JEFFERSON 5¢ ORANGE BROWN TYPE II .................................................................................... PH

$600





 





112



113



114





(31) 1857 WASHINGTON 10¢ GREEN TYPE I ......... PH

115



(36) 1857 WASHINGTON 12¢ BLACK ...................... PH

$200

(36B) 1859 WASHINGTON 12¢ BLACK PLATE 3 .... PH

$850

(36B) 1860 WASHINGTON 12¢ BLACK PLATE 3 .... PH

$400

(37) 1860 WASHINGTON 24¢ GRAY LILAC ........................... PH $5000

(37) 1860 WASHINGTON 24¢ GRAY LILAC ............. PH $2000

(37) 1860 WASHINGTON 24¢ GRAY LILAC ............. PH $1250

Very fine example, original gum, previously hinged. Pretty. (2001 PF Cert #368894). Cat $1400. 116



$625

Fresh color, light town cancel, sound, fine. (2011 PF Cert #500866). Cat $1250. 106()/ (31//262) 1857-94 ‘SECONDS’ GROUP .................... PH

$250

Exceptional stamp, extraordinary margins and centering for this issue. Deep rich color, extremely fine gem. Original gum, previously hinged. (1982 & 2003 PF Certs). Cat $1400.

104  (31) 1857 WASHINGTON 10¢ GREEN TYPE I .......................................... PH $2000

105

(36) 1857 WASHINGTON 12¢ BLACK ...................... PH

Rare MINT never hinged example. Only a handful exist in this Post Office fresh condition. Extremely fine. (2012 PSE Cert #01256240). Cat $1400 for hinged.

$850

Exceptional example of this difficult and scarce stamp, margins well clear of design all around, well beyond scroll work at bottom, partial town cancels, extremely fine. Rare this nice. (2013 PSAG Cert #056441; 1979 PF Cert #74,450) Cat $1250.

$400

Exceptional centering, fresh color and impression, very fine. Original gum, previously hinged. (2008 PF Cert #462883; 1985 PF Cert #148415) Cat $700.

(30A) 1860 JEFFERSON 5¢ BROWN TYPE II ......... PH $1350

OG, previously hinged. Fresh color, fine. (2012 PSAG Cert #0561364). Cat $2200.

(35) 1859 WASHINGTON 10¢ GREEN TYPE V (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................... PH

Exceptional centering, rich color and impression, original gum, previously hinged, reperforated at right (not cited on PF certificate), extremely fine appearance. (2009 PSE Cert #01204603; 1973 PF Cert #42,793) Cat $700.

(30A) 1860 JEFFERSON 5¢ BROWN TYPE II, TOP MARGIN PAIR ................................................... PH $2000

(30A) 1860 JEFFERSON 5¢ BROWN TYPE II ......... PH

$150

Well centered, rich color, grid cancel, light corner crease top right, otherwise extremely fine. Cat $275.

Gorgeous, fresh example. Big stamp with some large margins, very fine. Original gum, previously hinged. (1999 APS Cert #118029). Cat $2200. 103

(32) 1857 WASHINGTON 10¢ GREEN TYPE II, PAIR .................................................................................... PH

Rich color, blue town cancel, very fine and attractive. Cat $360. 110

Pretty top margin horizontal pair. Fresh, full original gum, previously hinged. Great color. Sound, big stamps! Fine plus. Cat $4750. 102

116

Choice stamp, rich color, original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine. (2007 PF Graded Cert #458765, XF 90) (SMQ $575)

Scarce item with fresh appearance and original gum. Small diagonal creases at top right and bottom right, reperforated at right. Previously hinged. (2013 PF Cert #515682) Cat $5500.

Rich color, face free grid cancel, fine. Cat $1400. 101

115

Horizontal pair, light black town cancel, some rough perfs. Fine. Cat $425.

Rich color, light red grid cancel, fine. (1986 PF Cert #155268 for strip of 3) Cat $1400. 100

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(29) 1859 JEFFERSON 5¢ BROWN TYPE I ............. PH $3000

Fresh, beautiful color, fine to very fine example of this scarce issue. Stamps this nice are hard to come by. Sound original gum, lightly hinged. (1992 PF Cert #0261241). Cat $5500. 98

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(28A) 1858 JEFFERSON 5¢ INDIAN RED TYPE I (PF GRADED 80) ....................................................... PH $3000

Choice example of this scarce and desirable stamp. Rich Indian red, light New Orleans cancel, very fine and attractive. (2012 PF Cert #505554, Graded VF 80). (SMQ $3350) 97

105

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(37) 1860 WASHINGTON 24¢ GRAY LILAC ............. PH

$500

Well centered for this issue, glazed original gum, trivial faint toning spot at right, fine to very fine. Cat $1400.

$425

Four stamps, three used #31, 71 & 262, and #78 unused, regummed. All with small faults, just fine appearance. #78 fresh color; 31 type I is always scarce, pen cancel (cataloged as such), margins huge at bottom showing full scroll work, to just touching; others similar. Cat $3005. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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125

132

118

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126

133

120

127

134

121

128

135

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(38) 1860 FRANKLIN 30¢ ORANGE, BLOCK .......... PH $7500

(38) 1860 FRANKLIN 30¢ ORANGE ......................... PH

$550

Extremely fine appearance, bright color, blue town and small part red foreign transit postmarks, expert corner repair lower right. Cat $505. 119



(38) 1860 FRANKLIN 30¢ ORANGE ......................... PH

$500

Scarce stamp, fresh color, original gum, hinge remnant, fine. Cat $2150. 120



(38) 1860 FRANKLIN 30¢ ORANGE, RED GRID CANCEL ..................................................................... PH

$300

Handsome stamp, rich color, bold red grid cancel, fine to very fine. Cat $475. 121



(39) 1860 WASHINGTON 90¢ BLUE ......................... PH $4500

Rare used example, very fine appearance, rich color, attractive blue cancel, margins clear all around. Expertly added perf at bottom below ‘ET’ of ‘NINETY,’ and a light corner crease left. (2008 PF Cert #465579) Cat $11,400. 122



(39) 1860 WASHINGTON 90¢ BLUE (PF GRADED 80) .................................................................................... PH $3000

Sensational, well-centered example. Fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. (2007 PF Cert #447953, Graded VF 80). (SMQ $3250) Cat $3000. 123



(39) 1860 WASHINGTON 90¢ BLUE ......................... PH $3000

Nice stamp, rare used, attractive red grid cancel on deep rich blue, reperforated at right, very fine appearance. (2013 PSE Cert #01270971) Cat $11,400. 124



(39) 1860 WASHINGTON 90¢ BLUE ......................... PH $1250

Well centered, original gum, previously hinged, light crease, otherwise extremely fine appearance. Cat $3000. 125



129

136

123

124

130

137

131

138 Estimate

126 () (39) 1860 WASHINGTON 90¢ BLUE ......................... PH

A spectacular, choice block of 4. Bright color, exceptional centering for this issue. Original gum, previously hinged. Upper right stamp with sealed tear, otherwise extremely fine block. Cat $14,000. 118

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(39) 1860 WASHINGTON 90¢ BLUE ......................... PH

$600

$450

Presentable filler, APS Cert states ‘genuine, but with fake cancellation added, defective,’ still useful, small margin flaw upper right, otherwise fine appearance. (2002 APS Cert #140515). Catalogs $1100 as unused (no gum) single. 127 () (40) 1875 REPRINT OF 1857 ISSUE 1¢ BRIGHT BLUE (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH

$650

Fresh color, unused, no gum as issued. Very fine to extremely fine. Well centered for this tough issue. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01249162, VF-XF 85, Mint NGAI). (SMQ $650) 128 () (40) 1875 REPRINT OF 1857 ISSUE 1¢ BRIGHT BLUE .................................................................................... PH

$200

Clipped perf upper left, tiny corner perf crease bottom right, otherwise fine to very fine. Unused, no gum issued. Cat $575. 129 () (41) 1875 REPRINT OF 1857 ISSUE 3¢ SCARLET .................................................................................... PH $2000

Handsome stamp, deep, rich color. Unused, no gum as issued. Fresh, very fine and attractive. Only 479 sold. (2005 PF Cert #422749). Cat $3000. 130 () (42) 1875 REPRINT OF 1857 ISSUE 5¢ ORANGE BROWN ..................................................... PH

$900

A great looking wide left margin copy with partial IMPRINT in left margin. Bright, rich color. Unused, no gum as issued. Corner perf crease at bottom right, filled thin spot at center. (2005 PSE Cert #01023115). Cat $1200. 131 () (43) 1875 REPRINT OF 1857 ISSUE 10¢ BLUE GREEN ............................................................ PH $1500

Only 516 sold, deep color, cert states ‘minor perf nibbing at lower right.’ Nitpicking considering it’s a reprint. No gum as issued, fine to very fine. (2011 PSAG Cert #0560127) Cat $2500 for no gum. 132 () (44) 1875 REPRINT OF 1857 ISSUE 12¢ GREENISH BLACK ................................................... PH $2300

Pretty stamp, rich color and engraving, unused, no gum as issued, extremely fine. (1973 PF Cert #40,148). Cat $3000.

Deep shade, disturbed original gum, reperforated at left, otherwise very fine. Cat $3000.

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139

140

141

142

148

149

150

151

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143

152

Rich color, unused, no gum as issued, reperforated at right, otherwise fresh and very fine. Great looking stamp. Cat $2750 for no gum. Rich color, unused, no gum as issued, reperforated at bottom, fine appearance. Scarce stamp, only 454 sold. Cat $4000 for no gum. E (56) 1861 WASHINGTON 3¢ BROWN ROSE, PREMIERE GRAVURE ESSAY ................................. PH

145

(62B) 1861 WASHINGTON 10¢ DARK GREEN ........ PH

$800

Used example with black grid cancel. Very fine appearance, reperforated at top. (2001 PSE Cert #49784). Cat $1600. 137



(65) 1861 WASHINGTON 3¢ ROSE .......................... PH

$425

Fresh, MINT never hinged, scarce thus. Sound, very fine. (2007 PSE Cert #01106562) Cat $125 for hinged. 138



(65) 1861 WASHINGTON 3¢ ROSE, PAIR ................ PH



146



147



Rich color, well centered copy of this RARE issue. Unused no gum with small sealed tear. Very fine appearance. Cat $10,500 for no gum. 

(67) 1861 JEFFERSON 5¢ BUFF, BLUE CANCEL .................................................................................... PH $1250

Sound example with blue town and grid cancels (possibly Cincinnati). Four large margins for this issue, an extremely fine example! Cat $1030. 141



(67) 1861 JEFFERSON 5¢ BUFF .............................. PH

142



(68) 1861 WASHINGTON 10¢ GREEN, ‘TAG’ TRANSFER VARIETY (PSE GRADED 90) ............... PH

$250

Attractive used stamp, strong impression of the so-called ‘TAG’ transfer, deep, rich color, exceptional margins and centering, extremely fine. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01256181, XF 90, Used). (SMQ $300) 143 () (68) 1861 WASHINGTON 10¢ GREEN ...................... PH

(69) 1861 WASHINGTON 12¢ BLACK ...................... PH $1500

(69) 1861 WASHINGTON 12¢ BLACK (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH

$200

148 () (69) 1861 WASHINGTON 12¢ BLACK ...................... PH

$200

Unused, no gum, fine. Cat $725 for no gum. 149



(70) 1861 WASHINGTON 24¢ RED LILAC ............... PH

$250

Attractive stamp, rich color, pretty blue target cancel, very fine. Cat $300. 150



(70a) 1861 WASHINGTON 24¢ BROWN LILAC ....... PH $2500

Pretty stamp with strong impression of the ‘brown lilac’ shade. Great centering for this tough issue, extremely fine. Previously hinged with nearly full original gum. (2006 PSE Cert #446110). Cat $3250. 151



(70a) 1861 WASHINGTON 24¢ BROWN LILAC ....... PH

$150

Light black cancel, two corner perf creases, fine to very fine. Cat $325. 152



(70b) 1861 WASHINGTON 24¢ STEEL BLUE .......... PH

$250

Scarce and desirable steel blue shade, small faults, extremely fine centering. Cat $900. 153



(70b) 1861 WASHINGTON 24¢ STEEL BLUE .......... PH

$125

Boston PAID grid cancel, faults, fine appearance. Cat $900. 154



$400

Socked on the nose 11/11/61 San Francisco cds, plus small part red New York cancel. Tiny sealed tear right margin, attractive and very fine appearing. Cat $1060.

$350

Lovely example with black grid cancel, very fine to extremely fine (2012 Graded PSE Cert #01257326, VF-XF 85, Used). (SMQ $225)

$135

139 () (67) 1861 JEFFERSON 5¢ BUFF .............................. PH $2500

(68a) 1861 WASHINGTON 10¢ DARK GREEN ........ PH

Choice stamp, rich color and impression on clean white paper. Fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine and attractive. (1989 PF Cert #170484A) Cat $1800.

Gorgeous horizontal pair with marvelous centering, light target cancels, extremely fine.

140

155

Attractive dark green shade, part original gum, disturbed, reperforated right and bottom, very fine appearance. (2007 PF Cert #450423) Cat $1400.

$325

Formerly listed as Scott #56, now #65-E15h. Full OG, lightly hinged, rich color, sound, genuine, fine to very fine. (2007 PF Cert #446862) Cat $550. 

154

147

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134 () (47) 1875 REPRINT OF 1857 ISSUE 90¢ DEEP BLUE ............................................................... PH $1100

136

153

146

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133 () (45) 1875 REPRINT OF 1857 ISSUE 24¢ BLACKISH VIOLET ................................................... PH $1700

135

145

(70c) 1861 WASHINGTON 24¢ VIOLET, THIN PAPER .............................................................. PH

$525

Pretty stamp, fresh color, blue grid cancel, well centered, but ‘extensively repaired.’ (2012 PSAG Cert). Cat $2250. 155 () (71) 1861 FRANKLIN 30¢ ORANGE ......................... PH

$500

Fine example, soiling upper left, unused (regummed), previously hinged. Cat $1000 for no gum. 156



(71) 1861 FRANKLIN 30¢ ORANGE ......................................................... View photo online

$125

Attractive example of this difficult stamp, fancy circular cancel, fresh color, very fine. Cat $180.

$250

Huge stamp, unused, no gum, very fine. Cat $400 for no gum. 144



(68, 94) 1861-67 WASHINGTON 10¢ GREEN & 3¢ RED ‘F’ GRILL ................................ View photo online

$125

Two choice used singles, #68 light town cancel, #94 blue quartered cork cancel, both extremely fine. Cat $70. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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166

174

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158

167

175

160

159

168

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169

163

170

177

178

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

179



(72) 1861 WASHINGTON 90¢ BLUE ......................... PH

$350

167



Good looking well centered copy. Lightly canceled. Reperforated at right, otherwise extremely fine appearing. Cat $600.

160





168

Scarce block of 4. Original gum, very lightly hinged. Fresh rich color, light diagonal crease upper right stamp only. Very fine for this notoriously off-centered issue. Cat $4000.

169

(73) 1863 JACKSON 2¢ BLACK ............................... PH

161()/ (73) 1863 JACKSON 2¢ BLACK, SELECTION (x10) .......................... View photo online

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(73, 76) 1863 JACKSON 2¢ BLACK & JEFFERSON 5¢ BROWN ............... View photo online





170



171





172

(75) 1862 JEFFERSON 5¢ RED BROWN ................. PH $1000

173

(75) 1861 JEFFERSON 5¢ RED BROWN ................. PH



(78) 1862 WASHINGTON 24¢ LILAC, RED CANCEL .................................................................................... PH

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$500

$250

(84) 1868 JACKSON ‘D’ GRILL 2¢ BLACK .............. PH $7500

(84) 1868 JACKSON ‘D’ GRILL 2¢ BLACK .............. PH $1200

(85) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘D’ GRILL 3¢ ROSE ......... PH $1500



(85) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘D’ GRILL 3¢ ROSE, STARBURST CANCEL ............................................. PH

$400

Attractive stamp, fresh color, great starburst cancel, fine. (1990 PF Cert #232893) Cat $1100. 174



(85B) 1867 JACKSON ‘Z’ GRILL 2¢ BLACK ........... PH $4000

The RARE ‘Z’ Grill Black Jack issue. Deep shade, fresh, fine centering for this tough issue. Disturbed original gum, previously hinged, small tone spot left margin. Cat $17,500.

$450 175



(85B) 1867 JACKSON ‘Z’ GRILL 2¢ BLACK ........... PH

$350

Rich color and impression, attractively canceled, small corner crease lower right, fine appearance. (2013 PSAG Cert #0563389). Cat $1300.

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(77) 1866 LINCOLN 15¢ BLACK ............................... PH

Beautiful stamp, margins clear all around, pretty rosette cancel. Extremely fine. (1986 PF Cert & 2010 PF Cert #491848). Cat $1100.

$500

Nice stamp, extraordinary centering, rich color with pretty red cancel, small corner creases lower left, extremely fine to superb appearance. (2009 PSE Cert #01206088) Cat $535.

$650

Scarce stamp, black central cancel, just fine. (2013 PSAG Cert #0564938) Cat $4500.

$125

Bright color, partial original gum, with hinge remnants. Tiny thin at top left, light soiling. Fine appearance. Cat $5750.

165

(77) 1866 LINCOLN 15¢ BLACK ............................... PH

A great example of this very RARE issue. Pronounced grill, intense shade and proof-like impression on fresh paper. Original gum, previously hinged. Fine to very fine, with tiny toned spot primarily on gum side, barely detectable on face. (1980 & 2007 PF Cert #451010). Cat $16,000.

$250

Unused, no gum, tiny stain lower left corner. Fresh and fine. Cat $2200 for no gum.

$300

Good color with striking red cancel, fine to very fine. Cat $375.

Two postally used Civil War era issues. Black Jack with pretty blue grid cancel, faint pressed-out crease, 4 clear margins, very fine; Jefferson with light black cancel, fine to very fine. Cat $200.

164 () (75) 1862 JEFFERSON 5¢ RED BROWN ................. PH

(76) 1863 JEFFERSON 5¢ BROWN .......................... PH

Average centering, deep black. Virtually full original gum, hinged with remnant. Reperfed. Cat $4500.

$450

Nice little group of 10 Black Jacks, with one unused (no gum), fresh color, fine; and nine used with attractive cancels including some fancy cancels, a New York double oval, blue grid, others. Some small faults, fine appearing or better. Cat $725. 

181

Scarce stamp, disturbed original gum, hinge remnants, small thin speck, tiny soiling spot on forehead, fine. Cat $4750.

(73) 1863 JACKSON 2¢ BLACK, BLOCK ................ PH $2000

Extremely fine appearance, original gum, reperforated at left. (2002 PF Cert #379553) Cat $375.

162

180

173

Fine centering with strong impression and color. Original gum, hinged, with remnant. Small thin near upper right. Cat $1400.

$400

Rich color, unused, no gum, fine. Cat $1300 for no gum.

159

172

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166

157 () (72) 1861 WASHINGTON 90¢ BLUE ......................... PH 

171

165

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184

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185

191

190 186

187

189

192

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185



(89) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘E’ GRILL 10¢ GREEN .... PH

$300

Lovely stamp with deep color and striking red cancel, reperfed at right, extremely fine appearance. Cat $350. 186 () (90) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘E’ GRILL 12¢ BLACK ..... PH $1500

Attractive well centered stamp, large margins. Fresh color, unused, no gum, very fine plus. Cat $1900 for no gum. 187



(90) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘E’ GRILL 12¢ BLACK ..... PH

$500

Large part original gum, average. Cat $4750. 176



(85C) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘Z’ GRILL 3¢ ROSE ... PH $12,000

Very pretty & attractive example of this great RARITY. One of the best centered copies in existence! Very fine plus, part original gum, small thin spot. (1988 PF Cert #0192601). Cat $25,000. 177



(85C) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘Z’ GRILL 3¢ ROSE ...... PH $6250

Rare stamp (part original gum per cert), incredibly fresh color & impression, distinct grill, tiny thin upper left and 1mm sealed tear top right. Fine appearance, much nicer than grade would imply. (2008 PSE Graded Cert #01188839, Graded FR-G 20, Mint POG). Cat $25,000. 178





(85E) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘Z’ GRILL 12¢ INTENSE BLACK ...................................................... PH



(85E) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘Z’ GRILL 12¢ INTENSE BLACK ...................................................... PH

189





190



$450



(86) 1867 FRANKLIN ‘E’ GRILL 1¢ BLUE ................ PH $1200

(88) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘E’ GRILL 3¢ ROSE ......... PH $1500

Choice stamp, exceptional centering one of a kind centering. Fresh color, distinct grill, original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine. (1996 PF Cert #300743). Cat $1000. 183



(88) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘E’ GRILL 3¢ ROSE ......................................................... View photo online

191





(93) 1867 JACKSON ‘F’ GRILL 2¢ BLACK, LARGE BLOCK ......................................................... PH $5000

(94) 1868 WASHINGTON ‘F’ GRILL 3¢ RED, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH $1000

Block of 4, perfs rejoined. Rich color and strong grills. Disturbed original gum. Fine to very fine. Cat $3000. 192



$110

Postally used with black segmented cork cancel. Four large margins, extremely fine. Cat $27. 184

$250

Bottom right corner margin block of 10 (5x2), with part imprint in bottom selvage. Fresh color & impression, MINT never hinged, some minor short gumming to positions 5, 7 & 10. An impressive and attractive block, makes for a great showpiece. Very fine appearance, light gum creases (not really visible from front), some perf separations. (2007 PF Cert #457139). Estimated cat $13,200.

Rich color, reperforated at left, very fine appearance. Original gum, previously hinged. (2013 PSE Cert #01270973) Cat $3250. 182

(92) 1868 FRANKLIN ‘F’ GRILL 1¢ BLUE ................ PH

Small circle of wedges cancel, excellent color for grill, cert states ‘faint diagonal crease at lower right, and a faint vertical crease at bottom.’ Somewhat harsh assessment for a grill, fine to very fine. (2013 PF Cert #515965) Cat $475.

Postally used with black target cancel. Horizontal crease, average. (2013 PSAG Cert #0564462). Cat $2500. 181

(91) 1867 LINCOLN ‘E’ GRILL 15¢ BLACK ........... PH $10,000

Handsome example of this scarce stamp, part imprint in selvage at left. Fresh color and impression, well defined grill, full original gum, previously hinged, fine to very fine. (2003 PF Cert #405191) Cat $12,500.

$650

Excellent centering for this issue, rich color, black cork cancel, thin spot at top and reperforated at right, very fine appearance. (2011 PF Cert #498696) Cat $2500. 180



(85C) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘Z’ GRILL 3¢ ROSE ...... PH $1500

Postally used with black fancy cork cancel. Scarce issue with clear ‘Z’ grill, corner crease lower right, fine. Cat $3500. 179

188

(94) 1868 WASHINGTON ‘F’ GRILL 3¢ RED ............ PH

$100

Fine example with most original gum present. Previously hinged. Cat $350.

(89) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘E’ GRILL 10¢ GREEN .... PH $3000

Full OG, previously hinged, sound, fine to very fine. (2013 PSAG Cert #0564420). Cat $5250.

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194

195

196

202

203

204

208

209

210

211

194



205

212

(95) 1867 JEFFERSON ‘F’ GRILL 5¢ BROWN ......... PH

$230

(96) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘F’ GRILL 10¢ YELLOW GREEN (PSE GRADED 85) ...................... PH

(97) 1868 WASHINGTON ‘F’ GRILL 12¢ BLACK ..... PH



(97) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘F’ GRILL 12¢ BLACK ..... PH

204





(97) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘F’ GRILL 12¢ BLACK ......................................................... View photo online

205 $300

$125

Attractive stamp, fresh color and engraving, bold red segmented cork cancel, fine. Cat $375. 198



(98) 1867 LINCOLN ‘F’ GRILL 15¢ BLACK, BLOCK .................................................................................... PH $6000





(98) 1867 LINCOLN ‘F’ GRILL 15¢ BLACK .............. PH $3500

Very pretty, with original gum. previously hinged. Deep black, crisp rich impression. Very fine for this tough issue! (2004 PF Cert #0409683 & 1995 PF Cert #0287087). Cat $4250. 200



(98) 1867 LINCOLN ‘F’ GRILL 15¢ BLACK .............. PH

206



201 () (98) 1867 LINCOLN ‘F’ GRILL 15¢ BLACK .............. PH

207



202



(99) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘F’ GRILL 24¢ GRAY LILAC .................................................................................... PH $1150

Clear grill, fresh color, black grid and tiny part red cancels. Sound, fine to very fine for scarce & difficult stamp. (2006 APS Cert #170285) Cat $1600.

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208



(103) 1875 RE-ISSUE OF 1861 ISSUE 2¢ BLACK .................................................................................... PH $1500

Genuine, unused, part original gum, tiny margin thin spot and minute corner perf crease. Very fine appearing. (1976 PF Cert #53 089). Cat $3750. 209



(104) 1875 RE-ISSUE OF 1861 ISSUE 3¢ BROWN RED ............................................................. PH $1350

Unused, part OG, thinned, nibbed perfs, reperforated at bottom, otherwise fine. (2013 PSAG Cert #0563391). Cat $4250. 210



(105) 1875 RE-ISSUE OF 1861 ISSUE 5¢ BROWN .................................................................................... PH $2700

Large margins, rich color and impression, original gum, previously hinged. A very fine & choice example of this scarce stamp (only 672 sold). (1996 PSE Cert #00121764; 1994 PF Cert #277962). Cat $2750.

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$850

Choice example of this scarce stamp. Rich color, large margins, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged. An extremely fine GEM for this tough issue. A real showpiece! They don’t come any nicer. (1990 PF Cert #224543). Cat $3750.

$350

Fat stamp, unused, no gum, fine. Straight edge at right. Cat $1600 for no gum.

(102) 1875 RE-ISSUE OF 1861 ISSUE 1¢ BLUE ..... PH

Nice big margins, very fine plus. Original gum, previously hinged. (2012 PSE Cert #01249168). Cat $850.

$400

Well centered USED example with large margins, pressed out grill, extremely fine appearance. (2011 PSE Cert #01236204). Cat $300.

(101) 1869 WASHINGTON ‘F’ GRILL 90¢ BLUE ...... PH $1000

Extremely fine appearance, large margins all around, cork cancel, tiny thin speck, and tiny corner crease top left. Scarce this nice. Cat $2250.

An exceedingly RARE block of 4. Unused, full original gum, sharp impression, slight bend in top right stamp, fine plus. Cat $35,000. 199

(101) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘F’ GRILL 90¢ BLUE ...... PH $4250

Fresh color, small thin spot. An unusually nice example of this stamp which is scarce, well centered with original gum. Cat $14,500.

Tall stamp, well centered, blue cork cancel, very fine plus. Cat $285. 197

214

Huge JUMBO margins all around. A spectacular appearing stamp. Unused (regummed), extremely fine. Cat $5500 for no gum.

$750

Fine, with partial original gum and faint grill. Cat $3000. 196

213

207

203 () (101) 1867 WASHINGTON ‘F’ GRILL 90¢ BLUE (JUMBO) ......................................................... PH $5000

$350

Choice example, BIG stamp with large margins all around, town cancel, very fine to extremely fine. (2012 PSE Cert #01252574, Graded VF-XF 85, Used). (SMQ $400) 

206

200

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USED with small thin spot, fine appearance. Cat $900.

195

199

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223

216

224

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217X

218X

219

221

222

225

226

227

228

229

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211

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() (106) 1875 RE-ISSUE OF 1861 ISSUE 10¢ GREEN .................................................................................... PH $1200

Huge, extremely fine appearance, regummed covering couple small faults, a fantastic looking stamp. (1976 PF Cert #52,394) Cat $1650 for no gum. 212



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(108) 1875 RE-ISSUE OF 1861 ISSUE 15¢ BLACK .................................................................................... PH $4500

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220 () (112-13) 1869 PICTORIAL 1¢-2¢ .... View photo online

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222



214 () (109) 1875 RE-ISSUE OF 1861 ISSUE 24¢ DEEP VIOLET ............................................................ PH $3000

223



Rich color, unused, no gum, one short perforation at right, otherwise very fine appearance. (2012 PSAG Cert #0562624). Cat $3000 for no gum. 216



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Fresh color, unused, no gum, very fine and attractive example of this popular stamp. (1997 PF Cert #313735) Cat $1000 for no gum. 225



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(116) 1869 SHIELD & EAGLE 10¢ YELLOW (PF GRADED 85) ....................................................... PH $2500

(116) 1869 SHIELD & EAGLE 10¢ YELLOW ............ PH

$850

(116) 1869 SHIELD & EAGLE 10¢ YELLOW ............ PH

$300

Large, even margins, fresh color, attractive cancel, extremely fine. (2012 PSE Cert #01257234). Cat $140. 

(116 var) 1869 SHIELD & EAGLE 10¢ YELLOW SPLIT GRILL, JAPAN CANCEL (PSE GRADED 85) ......................................................... View photo online

$250

Great stamp, split grill, fresh color, scarce Yokohama, Japan cancel, very fine to extremely fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01270153, VF-XF 85, Used) (SMQ $225)

$170

Exceptional centering, unused, no gum, small corner crease top left, extremely fine appearance. (2006 PF Cert #438541) Cat $230 for no gum.

$200

Bottom margin single with full, fresh original gum, lightly hinged. Strong grill impression, bright color. Reperforated at left. Fine to very fine. (1993 PSE Cert #20698). Cat $2000.

(112-20) 1869 PICTORIAL 1¢-24¢ SELECTION ....... PH

219 () (112) 1869 FRANKLIN 1¢ BUFF ................................ PH

(115) 1869 WASHINGTON 6¢ ULTRA ....................... PH

Bright color, very fine to extremely fine. Slightly disturbed original gum. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01246247, VF-XF 85, Mint DOG; 1984 PF Cert #0131201). (SMQ $3250)

229

$500

$450

Deep, rich color, face-free cancel, 'pressed out grill,' light vertical crease (not noted on cert), extremely fine appearance. (2013 APS Cert #203914) Cat $225.

Seven (7) stamps: 1¢-12¢ & 15¢ type II. All unused, no gum or regummed. Fresh colors, well centered, very fine group exceptional quality. Cat $4055 for no gum. Complete run Scott #112-20 used, plus 2¢ (Scott #113) mint. Generally presentable, with faults, fine or better centering; #113 disturbed original gum, hinge remnant, tiny tear at bottom (with 2008 APS Cert #184341). Cat $3062.

(115) 1869 WASHINGTON 6¢ ULTRA ....................... PH

Choice used example, rich color and impression, extremely fine. (2012 PSE Cert #01257235). Cat $225.

217 () (112-17, 119) 1869 PICTORIALS 1¢-15¢ .................. PH $2500

218

(115) 1869 WASHINGTON 6¢ ULTRA ....................... PH $1200

224 () (115) 1869 WASHINGTON 6¢ ULTRA ....................... PH $1000

(111) 1875 RE-ISSUE OF 1861 ISSUE 90¢ BLUE .... PH $4500

Large margins, deep RICH vibrant color for this RARE issue, only 317 examples sold. Genuine, large part original gum, previously hinged. Cert states toned spot on right perf, but not noticeable even under magnification. Very fine. (2001 APS Cert). Cat $6750.

(115) 1869 WASHINGTON 6¢ ULTRA (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH $4000

Fresh and bright, original gum, lightly hinged, fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01270949) Cat $2750.

Choice example of this scarce stamp (only 346 were sold). Rich color, unused no gum, very fine and attractive. (2002 PF cert #384496). Cat $2750 for no gum. 215 () (110) 1875 RE-ISSUE OF 1861 ISSUE 30¢ BROWNISH ORANGE ............................................... PH $2000

$350

Beautiful example of this classic stamp. Fresh and bright, exceptional centering, conservatively graded at very fine to extremely fine. OG, previously hinged. (2012 PSE Cert #01256119, Graded VF-XF 85, Mint OGph). (SMQ $4200)

(109) 1875 RE-ISSUE OF 1861 ISSUE 24¢ DEEP VIOLET ............................................................ PH $6000

Brilliant rich, lush shade. Original gum, lightly hinged, very fine for this scarce re-issue. Choice stamp, one of the finest available, only 346 sold. (2001 PSE Cert #56879). Cat $6000.

(113) 1869 POST HORSE 2¢ BROWN ...................... PH

Rich color, fresh, fine, original gum, previously hinged. (2004 PF Cert #407396 for pair) Cat $550.

Rich color and impression, original gum, lightly hinged. Very fine for this tough stamp. (2011 PF cert #499765). Cat $4750. 213

$150

Two unused, no gum stamps: 1¢ diagonal crease, very fine appearance, 2¢ fine. Cat $425 for no gum.

231



(116) 1869 SHIELD & EAGLE 10¢ YELLOW ......................................................... View photo online

$150

Huge stamp, extremely wide, rich color, black cork and part red French transit cancel, extremely fine jumbo. Cat $180.

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239

247

233

240

248

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234

235

242

236

237

238

243

244

245

246

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251

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(117) 1869 SS ADRIATIC 12¢ GREEN (JUMBO) ..... PH $1250

Rich color, detailed impression. Fresh, extremely fine example with large margins. Scarce this nice. Original gum, lightly hinged. (2001 PF Cert #0369056). Cat $8000.

Nice big stamp, fresh, very fine Jumbo. Part original gum, previously hinged. (1988 PSE Cert #10376) Cat $1900. 233 () (117) 1869 SS ADRIATIC 12¢ GREEN ...................... PH

$150

Fresh color, unused (regummed), reperforated at right, otherwise fine. Cat $700 for no gum. 234



235



236 () (118) 1869 COLUMBUS 15¢ BROWN & BLUE TYPE I ........................................................................ PH $2000

Fresh colors, pronounced vignette shift. Very fine, sound, unused, no gum. Cat $3250 for no gum. 

(118) 1869 COLUMBUS 15¢ BROWN & BLUE TYPE I (PSE GRADED 80) ........................................ PH

$600

Used with black cork cancel. Very fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01267222, VF 80, Used). (SMQ $700) 238



(119) 1869 COLUMBUS 15¢ BROWN & BLUE TYPE II ....................................................................... PH $3000

Choice stamp, deep, rich colors. Full original gum, lightly hinged, very fine and attractive. Scarce this nice. (2002 PF Cert #389485). Cat $3250. 239 () (119) 1869 COLUMBUS 15¢ BROWN & BLUE TYPE II ....................................................................... PH

$200

Fresh colors, unused, no gum, fine appearance. Cat $1150 for no gum. 240



(119) 1869 COLUMBUS 15¢ BROWN & BLUE TYPE II ....................................................................... PH

$150

Nicely centered, very fine and attractive used stamp. Cat $250. 241





(119) 1869 COLUMBUS 15¢ BROWN & BLUE TYPE II ............................................ View photo online

$125

(120) 1869 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 24¢ GREEN & VIOLET .............................................. PH $4000

Good looking example of this scarce issue, with rich color. Original gum, previously hinged, some big margins. Very fine, very minor light toning. (2007 PSE Cert #1117859). Cat $8000. 244



(120) 1869 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 24¢ GREEN & VIOLET .............................................. PH $4000

Fresh, rich, vibrant colors. Pretty copy. Fine to very fine. Original gum, lightly hinged. (2013 PSE Cert #01261634). Cat $8000.

(118) 1869 COLUMBUS 15¢ BROWN & BLUE TYPE I ........................................................................ PH $4000

Good rich color for this scarce issue. Fresh and fine. Original gum, previously hinged. Cat $9500.

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243

(118) 1869 COLUMBUS 15¢ BROWN & BLUE TYPE I ........................................................................ PH $4000

Well centered 4-margin copy of this tough issue, internal paper break at top of grill (common for grill issues). Original gum, lightly hinged. Very fine. (1997 PF Cert #315155). Cat $9500.

(120) 1869 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 24¢ GREEN & VIOLET .............................................. PH $5000

245



(120) 1869 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 24¢ GREEN & VIOLET .............................................. PH $3000

Scarce issue with nice color. Full original gum, previously hinged. Fine plus for this notoriously off-centered issue. (1983 PF Cert #0116113). Cat $8000. 246 () (120) 1869 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 24¢ GREEN & VIOLET .............................................. PH $2500

Wide left margin, very fine. Rich color. Sound, unused, no gum. (1988 PF Cert #0193567). Cat $2800 for no gum. 247 () (120) 1869 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 24¢ GREEN & VIOLET .............................................. PH $2000

Rich vibrant color. Unused no gum, fine appearance, tiny corner crease at top right and slightly toned at top left. Margins large to just touching at top. (1991 PF Cert #0243256). Cat $2800 for no gum. 248 () (120) 1869 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 24¢ GREEN & VIOLET .............................................. PH

$500

Unused, no gum, repaired, fine appearance. Cat $2800. 249 () (120a) 1869 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 24¢ GREEN & VIOLET, W/O GRILL ......................... PH $3500

Without the grill variety, an extremely rare stamp. Rich colors, unused, no gum, reperforated at left. Fine. (1999 PF Cert #335193). Cat value for original gum. Cat $15,000.

Rich colors, fine to very fine used example. Cat $250.

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262

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264

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265

(121) 1869 SHIELD, EAGLE & FLAGS 30¢ ULTRA & CARMINE .................................................. PH $4000

251 () (121) 1869 SHIELD, EAGLE & FLAGS 30¢ ULTRA & CARMINE .................................................. PH $1000

(121) 1869 SHIELD, EAGLE & FLAGS 30¢ ULTRA & CARMINE .................................................. PH

$200

Stunning deep, rich color, black cork and tiny part red cds (no premium added to cat value), very fine. Cat $450. 253



262



263





264 () (127) 1875 RE-ISSUE 1869 SHIELD & EAGLE 10¢ YELLOW ............................................................. PH

265



266



(128) 1875 RE-ISSUE 1869 SS ADRIATIC 12¢ GREEN ................................................................ PH $1200

(129) 1875 RE-ISSUE 1869 COLUMBUS 15¢ BROWN & BLUE TYPE III ......................................... PH $1500

Nice example, rich colors, well centered, original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine and attractive. (2002 PSE Cert #00086184) Cat $1350. 267



(129) 1875 RE-ISSUE 1869 COLUMBUS 15¢ BROWN & BLUE TYPE III ......................................... PH $1250

Huge stamp, rich color, registered double oval postmark, tiny corner perf crease lower left, extremely fine appearance. Cat $1250.

Very attractive, scarce stamp. Nice sharp vibrant color. Fresh, very fine. Sound, unused, no gum. (2007 PSE Cert #01146006). Cat $4500 for no gum. 

$450

Attractive example, rich color, large margins, original gum, previously hinged, small horizontal crease at bottom left, very fine to extremely fine. Cat $2250.

256 () (122) 1869 LINCOLN 90¢ CARMINE & BLACK ....... PH $3500

257

$850

Unused, no gum, reperforated at right and a couple of tiny soiling marks upper left, otherwise fresh, very fine. (1991 PSE Cert #17192) Cat $725 for no gum.

(122) 1869 LINCOLN 90¢ CARMINE & BLACK ....... PH $6500

Fresh bright colors for this RARE issue. A really pretty stamp, with large margins. Very fine. Some disturbed original gum, previously hinged. (2007 PSE Cert #01154247). Cat $12,000.

(126) 1875 RE-ISSUE 1869 WASHINGTON 6¢ BLUE ..................................................................... PH

Scarce issue, only 2,226 sold. Original gum, previously hinged, fine. (2013 PSAG Cert #0564939) Cat $1650.

254 () (121a) 1869 SHIELD, EAGLE & FLAGS 30¢ ULTRA & CARMINE, W/O GRILL ............................. PH $3500

No grill variety. Fresh colors, unused, no gum, tiny natural inclusion above eagle’s neck, very fine. (2009 PSE Cert #01204782). Cat value for OG. Cat $11,000.

(125) 1875 RE-ISSUE 1869 LOCOMOTIVE 3¢ BLUE ..................................................................... PH $2000

Only 1,406 sold, disturbed original gum, previously hinged, some light toning, nice centering, very fine appearance. Cat $5000.

(121a) 1869 SHIELD, EAGLE & FLAGS 30¢ ULTRA & CARMINE, W/O GRILL ............................. PH $5000

Very fine example, good color and registration. RARE stamp this nice, especially with original gum (slightly disturbed). Ex-Cook. (2000 PF Cert #0356263). Cat $11,000.

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267 Estimate

Fresh bright colors, unused, no gum, Well centered, extremely fine. Cat $2000 for no gum. 

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260

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Choice stamp, fresh & bright. Original gum, previously hinged. Very fine & attractive. (2010 PSAG Cert). Cat $5750.

252

259

(122) 1869 LINCOLN 90¢ CARMINE & BLACK ....... PH $3000

An attractive copy of this rare stamp seldom seen in sound condition. Good colors, part original gum, previously hinged, fine. (1995 PF Cert #0287663) Cat $12,000. 258



(122) 1869 LINCOLN 90¢ CARMINE & BLACK ....... PH $1500

Postally used with light cork cancel. Large margins. Fine. (2013 PSAG Cert #0564469). Cat $2100. 259



(123) 1875 RE-ISSUE 1869 FRANKLIN 1¢ BUFF, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH $1800

268



Simply stunning, beautiful rich color. Big stamp with extraordinary centering, extremely fine to superb! One of the nicest examples known. Original gum, previously hinged. Scarce, only 1,535 sold. (2007 PF Graded Cert #458608, XF-Sup 95). (SMQ $8600)

Rich color, partial original gum, previously hinged, top right stamp tiny hinge thin, otherwise very fine. Scarce block of 4. Cat $3500. 260



(123) 1875 RE-ISSUE 1869 FRANKLIN 1¢ BUFF .... PH

$350

Slightly disturbed toned original gum, otherwise extremely fine. Cat $550. 261



(124) 1875 RE-ISSUE 1869 POST HORSE & RIDER 2¢ BROWN .................................................... PH

269 () (133a) 1881 RE-ISSUE 1¢ BROWN ORANGE ......................................................... View photo online

$350

Attractive example, fresh color, nicely centered, large part original gum, small hinge spot, otherwise very fine. Cat $650. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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(131) 1875 RE-ISSUE 1869 SHIELD & FLAGS 30¢ ULTRA & CARMINE (PF GRADED 95) .............. PH $7500

$125

Deep, rich color, unused, no gum as issued, tiny perf tear, otherwise extremely fine. Cat $250 for no gum.

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270X

271

272

273

274

275

276

277

278

279

280

282

283

285

286

287

288

289

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277

(136 var) 1870 WASHINGTON GRILLED BANKNOTE 3¢ GREEN, SPLIT GRILL ......................................... PH



(138) 1871 STANTON GRILLED BANKNOTE 7¢ VERMILION ............................................................... PH



(138A) 1871 STANTON GRILLED BANKNOTE 7¢ VERMILION, ‘I’ GRILL (PF GRADED 80) ................. PH $1100

Very fine stamp with light, clear crossroads cancel. (2013 PF Graded Cert #512489, VF 80, 1986 PF Cert #158970). (Scott Value Guide $1500) 274



(138A) 1871 STANTON GRILLED BANKNOTE 7¢ VERMILION, ‘I’ GRILL ............................................... PH

$600

Attractive example of the scarce ‘I’ grill, fresh color, face free cancel, two small corner creases bottom left, very fine appearance. (2013 PF Cert #510417) Cat $1500. 275

276





278



279

280

281



(142) 1872 SCOTT GRILLED BANKNOTE 24¢ PURPLE ..................................................................... PH $7000



(145) 1870 FRANKLIN BANKNOTE 1¢ ULTRAMARINE ......................................................... PH

$200



(147) 1870 WASHINGTON BANKNOTE 3¢ GREEN ....................................... View photo online

$125

Well centered, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. (1997 PF Cert #316809) Cat $225. 282



(148) 1870 LINCOLN BANKNOTE 6¢ CARMINE ..... PH $1200

Fresh, very fine, original gum, previously hinged. (2001 PSE Cert #48177) Cat $1000. 283



(149) 1871 STANTON BANKNOTE 7¢ VERMILION .................................................................................... PH

$500

Deep rich color, large part disturbed original gum, fine. (2005 PSE Cert #00132936). Cat $1000.

(141) 1870 WEBSTER GRILLED BANKNOTE 15¢ ORANGE .................................................................... PH $2500

285



(149) 1871 STANTON BANKNOTE 7¢ VERMILION ............................... View photo online

$125

Choice stamp, exceptional centering, fresh and bright, cork cancel, extremely fine and attractive. Cat $100. 

(151) 1870 CLAY BANKNOTE 12¢ DULL VIOLET .................................................................................... PH

$600

Disturbed original gum (glazed), lightly soiled, fine. (1976 PF Cert #54550) Cat $2750.

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$200

Fresh color, disturbed (glazed) original gum, fine. (2009 PF Cert #482348) Cat $675.

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(141) 1870 WEBSTER GRILLED BANKNOTE 15¢ ORANGE .................................................................... PH

National Bank Note with ‘H’ grill. Black cork cancel, 4 clear margins, very fine. Scarce stamp not normally found this nice. (2012 PSE Cert #01258422; 1998 PF Cert #0330998). Cat $7250.

Very RARE, fewer than 10 copies known in sound condition. A spectacular ‘end roller grill’ variety. Postally used with black target cancel. Sound, fine plus for this tough issue. (1994 APS Cert #90869). Cat $7250.

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$600

Cork cancel, good color, small faults, just fine appearance. Cat $1400.

(140 var) 1870 CLAY GRILLED BANKNOTE 12¢ DULL VIOLET, END ROLLER GRILL ....................... PH $5000

Fresh, bright color. Original gum, lightly hinged, perfs just in at bottom, fine. Cat $7500.

(141) 1870 WEBSTER GRILLED BANKNOTE 15¢ ORANGE, STAR CANCELS ...................................... PH

Fresh color, attractive star cancels, reperforated left & bottom, very fine appearance. (2008 PF Cert #461179). Cats $1,400 without any premium added for cancellation.

$850

Exceptional example of this scarce grilled issue. Well centered, fresh color, duplex cancel, extremely fine. (2013 PF Cert #510148). Cat $550. 273



$550

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Banknote grills rare in post office fresh NH condition. (1988 PF Cert #0189043 for block, bottom right stamp; 2013 PF Cert #510408) Cat $625 for hinged. 272

293 Estimate

(135-39, 141) 1870-71 SIX ‘H’ GRILL LARGE BANKNOTES ........................................................ PH $400-600

Six postally used Large Banknotes with ‘H’ grills, most with cork cancels. Includes 2¢ internal wrinkle, fancy cancel; 3¢; 6¢ just fine; 7¢; 10¢ just fine; 15¢ heavy cancel. Overall fine. Cat $3488. 271

292

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295

296

298

299

300

301

302

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$150

Useful example, lightly soiled at top, otherwise fresh color, unused, no gum, sound, fine. (1994 PSE Cert #24484) Cat $1000 for no gum. 



297



(152) 1870 WEBSTER BANKNOTE 15¢ BRIGHT ORANGE ..................................................... PH $1600

(152) 1870 WEBSTER BANKNOTE 15¢ BRIGHT ORANGE ..................................................... PH

289



(153) 1870 SCOTT BANKNOTE 24¢ PURPLE ......... PH

290 () (153) 1870 SCOTT BANKNOTE 24¢ PURPLE ......................................................... View photo online

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299





(154) 1870 HAMILTON BANKNOTE 30¢ BLACK ..... PH $1500

Very fine appearance, reperforated at top. Well centered, fresh color, small part original gum, tiny internal paper break below ‘O’ of ‘POSTAGE’, still a nice example of this scarce and difficult stamp. (2007 PSE Cert #01130320) Cat $7500. 292



293



300



(156) 1873 FRANKLIN BANKNOTE 1¢ ULTRAMARINE (PF GRADED 75) ....................................................... PH

$425

301





(157) 1873 JACKSON BANKNOTE 2¢ BROWN ...... PH

$250

302





(157a) 1873 JACKSON BANKNOTE 2¢ BROWN, DOUBLE PAPER ........................................................ PH

303



(160) 1873 STANTON BANKNOTE 7¢ ORANGE VERMILION ............................................... PH $1000

(160) 1873 STANTON BANKNOTE 7¢ ORANGE VERMILION (PSE GRADED 80) .............. PH

$750

(160) 1873 STANTON BANKNOTE 7¢ ORANGE VERMILION ............................................... PH

$150

(160) 1873 STANTON BANKNOTE 7¢ ORANGE VERMILION, NYFM CANCEL ........ View photo online

$135

Incredible stamp, fresh color, choice NYFM cancel, light crease, extremely fine appearance. Cat $90. 304



$750

Scarce double paper variety. Good paper separation with about 20 percent to lower left. Very fine, well-centered example. Some disturbed gum & perf stains at top. Cat $1500.

$425

Choice example, bright color, cork cancel, extremely fine. (1981 PF Cert #103,896) Cat $90.

Rich color, sharp impression, fine to very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. (Copy of 2012 PSAG Cert #05620158 for strip) Cat $350. 295

(159) 1873 LINCOLN BANKNOTE 6¢ DULL PINK (PSE GRADED 80 JUMBO) ...................................... PH

Handsome stamp, fresh and bright, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. (2008 PSE Graded Cert #01180535, VF 80, Mint OGh) (SMQ $1150) Cat $1150.

Rare MINT never hinged example in this Post Office fresh condition, big stamp, fine to very fine. (2006 PF Graded Cert #435663, F-VF 75). Cat $225 for hinged. 294

$700

Great stamp, bright color, fresh, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. Rare this nice. (2013 PSE Cert #01260247) Cat $1150.

(155) 1870 PERRY BANKNOTE 90¢ CARMINE ...... PH $4000

Bright color on clean white paper, very fine. Original gum, we would call this lightly hinged, even though PSE Cert reads ‘redistributed o.g.’ Scarce this nice. (2007 PSE Cert #01151339; 1977 PF Cert #62,995) Cat $5000.

(159) 1873 LINCOLN BANKNOTE 6¢ DULL PINK .................................................................................... PH

Huge JUMBO stamp with attractive color and strong detail. Original gum, previously hinged. SMQ value does not factor in premium for JUMBO. (2014 PSE Graded Cert #01276223, VF 80J, Mint OGph; 1992 PF Cert #0252000) (SMQ $425)

$125

Scarce stamp, good color for this, unused (regummed), hinge thin and remnants, fine appearance. Cat $625 for no gum. 291

(159) 1873 LINCOLN BANKNOTE 6¢ DULL PINK, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH $1500

Well centered, unusual under-inked spot below chin (not mentioned on cert). MINT never hinged (scarce thus), very fine. (2011 Weiss Cert #3915920) Cat $400 for hinged.

$150

Handsome example of this old favorite, fresh color, red grid cancel, very fine. Cat $245.

$275

Upper right corner margin block of 12 (4x3) with full selvage at top & right. MINT never hinged with some usual gum skips. Two stamps with diagonal creases, one with tiny corner crease. At least 8 stamps with no back flaws. Fine. Inspection will prove worthwhile. Cat $6200 for hinged.

$750

Fresh color, reperforated at left and bottom, original gum, previously hinged, very fine appearance. (2009 PF Cert #476940) Cat $3000.

(157 var) 1873 JACKSON BANKNOTE 2¢ DARK BROWN .......................................................... PH

Rich dark brown shade, OG, previously hinged, very fine. (2012 PSAG Cert for original strip, this is center stamp) Cat $350.

Fresh, large part original gum, well centered, very fine and attractive. Cat $3000. 288

297

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286 () (151) 1870 CLAY BANKNOTE 12¢ DULL VIOLET .................................................................................... PH

287

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(161) 1873 JEFFERSON BANKNOTE 10¢ BROWN (PF GRADED 85) ....................................................... PH $1500

Full OG, lightly hinged, very fine to extremely fine. (2013 PF Graded Cert #512946, VF-XF 85). (SMQ $1600) 305



(161) 1873 JEFFERSON BANKNOTE 10¢ BROWN .................................................................................... PH

$525

Fresh color, original gum, small hinge remnant, Weiss cert, fine to very fine. Cat $1000. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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307

313

314

318

319

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308

309

320

321



(161) 1873 JEFFERSON BANKNOTE 10¢ BROWN .................................................................................... PH



(162) 1873 CLAY BANKNOTE 12¢ BLACKISH VIOLET .................................................................................... PH



315





(162) 1873 CLAY BANKNOTE 12¢ BLACKISH VIOLET .................................................................................... PH



311



312



(166) 1873 PERRY BANKNOTE 90¢ ROSE CARMINE .................................................................................... PH $2300

Choice stamp, fresh color, large part original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine and attractive. Scarce this nice. (2013 PSAG Cert #0564425) Cat $2250. 313



(166) 1873 PERRY BANKNOTE 90¢ ROSE CARMINE .................................................................................... PH $1500

Fresh color, original gum, previously hinged, reperforated at right, still a very attractive stamp. (1989 PF Cert #218647) Cat $2250.

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318 () (175) 1875 SPECIAL PRINTING 1873 SCOTT 24¢ DULL PURPLE ........................................................... PH $2500

Rich color, fresh, unused, no gum as issued, scissors separated as usual, tiny thin spot, fine example of this scarce issue. (1987 PF Cert #175154) Cat $4500. 319 () (177) 1875 SPECIAL PRINTING 1873 PERRY 90¢ VIOLET CARMINE ................................................. PH $12,000

Very rare special printing with fresh color. Unused, no gum as issued, full perfs on three sides, better than most examples, very fine for issue. (1952 PF Cert #3938) Cat $24,000. 320



(178) 1875 JACKSON BANKNOTE 2¢ VERMILION, PAIR ..................................................... PH

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$500

Top margin horizontal pair with part arrow and Continental imprint. Large margins, previously hinged. Cat $700.

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$150

Rare and desirable Special Printing. Exceptionally bright, rich color for this. Well centered with even margins all around. The nicest example we have ever offered of this issue, a real showpiece! Very fine plus, a real Gem. Sound, unused, no gum as issued. (1970 PF Cert #33037). Cat $4500.

$750

Very fine appearing, reperforated left and right, but still with nice wide margins. Fresh color, original gum, previously hinged. (2007 PF Cert #457482) Cat $3250.

(166) 1873 PERRY BANKNOTE 90¢ ROSE CARMINE .................................................................................... PH

317 () (175) 1875 SPECIAL PRINTING 1873 SCOTT 24¢ DULL PURPLE ........................................................... PH $5000

(165) 1873 HAMILTON BANKNOTE 30¢ GRAY BLACK .................................................................................... PH $3000

(165) 1873 HAMILTON BANKNOTE 30¢ GRAY BLACK .................................................................................... PH

$750

Choice example, exceptional centering, rich, with vibrant color. Unused, no gum as issued, scissors-separated but with nearly intact perfs on all four sides, extremely fine and attractive. The nicest copy we have seen, a real showpiece! (2011 PF Cert #496543). Cat $5250.

$650

Exceptional example of this difficult stamp, fresh. Slightly disturbed original gum, previously hinged. Fresh rich color, an outstanding, extremely fine stamp. (2013 PF Cert #513809) Cat $3250.

(166) 1873 PERRY BANKNOTE 90¢ ROSE CARMINE .................................................................................... PH

316 () (171) 1875 SPECIAL PRINTING 1873 STANTON 7¢ RED VERMILION ....................................................... PH $7500

$750

Deep rich shade, large part original gum, previously hinged, fine. Cat $2400. 310

323

Fresh color, cork cancel, small corner perf crease, very fine appearance. Cat $300.

$125

Deep shade, original gum, previously hinged, fine and scarce. (1999 PF Cert #340478) Cat $2400. 309

322

317

Fresh and bright, slightly disturbed original gum, lightly hinged, fine, attractive example. Cat $2250.

$250

Postally used with blue cancel. Well centered, extremely fine. Cat $26. 308

316

312

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314

(161) 1873 JEFFERSON BANKNOTE 10¢ BROWN .................................................................................... PH

Fresh color and impression, disturbed original gum, adhesions, shortish corner perf, otherwise fine to very fine. Cat $1000. 307

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315

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325

332

327

328

334



329

335

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321

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336



331

337

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(178) 1875 JACKSON BANKNOTE 2¢ VERMILION .................................................................................... PH

$200

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332 () (198) 1880 SPECIAL PRINTING 1879 CLAY 12¢ BLACKISH PURPLE ................................................ PH $11,000

Nicely centered, fresh color, part original gum, very fine and attractive. Cat $350. 322

330

(179) 1875 TAYLOR BANKNOTE 5¢ BLUE .............. PH

Rare & desirable stamp with large, even margins all-around. Unused, no gum as issued, trace of lightened ink stain on nose. Extremely fine. (1985 PF Cert #147427). Cat $12,500.

$750

Choice stamp, large margins all around. Fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine to extremely fine jumbo. (1993 PF Cert #274384) Cat $700. 323



(179) 1875 TAYLOR BANKNOTE 5¢ BLUE (JUMBO) .................................................................................... PH

$700

Extremely fine, very LARGE stamp, deep blue. Original gum, previously hinged. A real GEM! (1999 PF Cert #0332557). Cat $700. 324



(179) 1875 TAYLOR BANKNOTE 5¢ BLUE (JUMBO) .................................................................................... PH

$400

Big stamp, fresh, original gum, previously hinged, very fine Jumbo. Cat $700. 325



(183) 1879 JACKSON BANKNOTE 2¢ VERMILION .................................................................................... PH

$200

Fresh color, MINT never hinged, reperfed at right, very fine appearance. Cat $370. 326



(183, 212) 1879-87 TWO JUMBO BANKNOTES ......................................................... View photo online

Beautiful example of this rare Special Printing, fewer than 50 are known, and of these probably only 10 or 12 are sound. Fresh and bright, unused, no gum as issued, well centered for this, very fine and attractive. (2008 PF Cert #466149; 1999 PF Cert #335218; and 1971 PF Cert #35 189). Cat $37,500.

$100

Scott #183 vermilion 2¢ Jackson with black Boston oval cancel and Scott #212 ultra 1¢ Franklin with black duplex cancel. Gigantic margins. Very fine. (2009 PSE Certs #01211346 & 01211394) Cat $8. 327 () (185) 1879 TAYLOR BANKNOTE 5¢ BLUE (PSE GRADED 95) .................................................... PH

333 () (199) 1880 SPECIAL PRINTING 1879 WEBSTER 15¢ ORANGE ........................................................... PH $37,500

334 () (201) 1880 SPECIAL PRINTING 1879 HAMILTON 30¢ GREEN BLACK ................................................ PH $17,000

Rich color, sharp impression, unused, no gum as issued. Small thin spot as often seen on these special printings issued on very soft paper, very fine appearance. Probably fewer than 50 copies were sold of this incredibly RARE issue. Missing from most collections. (2013 PF Cert #510153). Cat $25,000.

$250

Exceptional stamp, unused no gum, extremely fine to superb. (Copy of 2013 PSE Graded Cert for pair, XF-Sup 95, Mint NG) (SMQ $275) 328



(186) 1879 LINCOLN BANKNOTE 6¢ PINK ............. PH

$350

Very fine to extremely fine centering, reperfed at bottom. Original gum, previously hinged (2014 PSE Cert 01276224) Cat $900. 329



(188) 1879 JEFFERSON BANKNOTE 10¢ BROWN SECRET MARK ......................................................... PH $2200

Attractive stamp, huge to large margins. Strong impression, extremely fine. Original gum, previously hinged. Hard to find this nice! (2003 PF Cert #0393452). Cat $1800. 330



335



(205) 1882 GARFIELD BANKNOTE 5¢ YELLOW BROWN, STRIP ........................................ PH

$300

Horizontal strip of 3, natural straight edge right, fresh, MINT never hinged, just fine. Cat $2400. 336



(207) 1881 WASHINGTON BANKNOTE 3¢ BLUE GREEN ............................................................ PH

$150

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $240. 337



(188) 1879 JEFFERSON BANKNOTE 10¢ BROWN SECRET MARK ......................................................... PH $1200

(208a) 1882 LINCOLN BANKNOTE 6¢ DEEP BROWN RED ............................................................. PH

$300

Crisp impression, fine to very fine. Fresh, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $525.

Big stamp, fresh, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. (1995 PF Cert #297294; 1982 PF Cert #106608) Cat $1800. 331



(191) 1879 PERRY BANKNOTE 90¢ CARMINE ...... PH

$200

Fresh color, cork cancel, nicely centered, very fine. Cat $375.

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339

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340

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341

342

344 343

345

346

348

349 350

353 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

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(209) 1882 JEFFERSON BANKNOTE 10¢ BROWN .................................................................................... PH





(209) 1882 JEFFERSON BANKNOTE 10¢ BROWN (PSE GRADED 80) .................................................... PH

$250 347



341



(209b) 1882 JEFFERSON BANKNOTE 10¢ BLACK BROWN ........................................................ PH

348

342



(211) 1883 JACKSON BANKNOTE 4¢ BLUE GREEN (PSE GRADED 95) .................................................... PH



(213) 1887 WASHINGTON BANKNOTE 2¢ GREEN, MULTIPLE .................................................................. PH

Top margin block of 6 (3x2). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine (small horizontal wrinkle in selvage). Cat $780. 344



(214) 1887 WASHINGTON BANKNOTE 3¢ VERMILION .......................................................... PH

$300

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Fiery bright color. (2012 PSAG Cert #0562030 for pair) Cat $200. 345



(214) 1887 WASHINGTON BANKNOTE 3¢ VERMILION .......................................................... PH

$100

New York oval postmark, well centered, fresh color, very fine. Cat $60.

(217) 1888 HAMILTON BANKNOTE 30¢ ORANGE BROWN ..................................................... PH



(217) 1888 HAMILTON BANKNOTE 30¢ ORANGE BROWN ..................................................... PH

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$200

$200

$135

Attractive used example, fresh color, registry cancel, very fine to extremely fine. Cat $120. 350



(218) 1888 PERRY BANKNOTE 90¢ PURPLE (JUMBO) .................................................................... PH $1350

Monster margins, extremely fine. Original gum, lightly hinged. (2011 PSE Cert #01233365). Cat $900. 351



(218) 1888 PERRY BANKNOTE 90¢ PURPLE ......... PH

$600

Fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. (2008 PSE Cert #01178640) Cat $900. 352



(218) 1888 PERRY BANKNOTE 90¢ PURPLE ......... PH

$300

Rich color, OG, previously hinged, lower right corner perf crease, fine. Cat $900. 353



(219D) 1890 WASHINGTON SMALL BANKNOTE 2¢ LAKE, PLATE & IMPRINT STRIP ........................ PH $2500

Top plate, imprint & ‘A’ strip of 10 (plate #5). MINT never hinged, foldover in selvage created some crazy perfs as well as a tear that runs through selvage into 5th stamp from left, otherwise fine for right end of strip & very fine for left end. Scarce, desirable item. Cat value for singles. Cat $6000.

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$800

$150

(216//E11) 1887-1923 SEVEN CHOICE USED BEAUTIES .....................................................................

Fresh color, glazed original gum, previously hinged, very fine. (2007 PF Cert #459261), Cat $325.

$150

Beautiful stamp, choice centering, rich color, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, extremely fine to superb. (2013 PSE Graded Cert for pair, XF-Sup 95, Mint OGph) (SMQ $1100) 343



$100

Scarce black brown shade, target cancels, tiny thin spot upper left, very fine appearance. (2012 PSE Cert #01256162). Cat $350.

$500

Includes: #216, 228, 334, 378, 606, E3 and E11. Choice used group, mostly Gems or Jumbos. (Scott #216 with 2010 PSE Cert #01231719, Graded VF-XF 85). Cat $116.

$375

Fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. (2007 PSE Graded Cert #01103938, VF 80, Mint OGph) (SMQ $145) Cat $160.

(216) 1888 GARFIELD BANKNOTE 5¢ INDIGO ....... PH

Fresh color, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. (Photocopy of 2012 PSE Cert #01248659 for block, this is bottom left stamp) Cat $700.

Lovely color & centering, MINT never hinged, very fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01272784) Cat $475. 340

355 Estimate

346

(208a) 1882 LINCOLN BANKNOTE 6¢ DEEP BROWN RED ............................................................. PH

Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $525. 339

352

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357

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359

360

361

358 364

363

366

367

368

354



365

369

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370X



(219D) 1890 WASHINGTON SMALL BANKNOTE 2¢ LAKE (JUMBO) .................................................... PH $1150

(219D) 1890 WASHINGTON SMALL BANKNOTE 2¢ LAKE (JUMBO) .................................................... PH

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363





(220) 1890 WASHINGTON SMALL BANKNOTE 2¢ CARMINE (PSE GRADED 90J) ........................... PH

364

357



(220a) 1890 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE, CAP ON LEFT ‘2’ ....................................................... PH



(223) 1890 GRANT SMALL BANKNOTE 5¢ CHOCOLATE ............................................................. PH

359



(223) 1890 GRANT SMALL BANKNOTE 5¢ CHOCOLATE ............................................................. PH



(224) 1890 GARFIELD SMALL BANKNOTE 6¢ BROWN RED ............................................................. PH



(226) 1890 WEBSTER SMALL BANKNOTE 10¢ GREEN ....................................................................... PH

$950

A gorgeous MINT never hinged bottom margin single with partial plate #27 in selvage. Fresh, large margins, extremely fine. (2004 PF Cert #0407558 for original strip) Cat $525. 362



(226) 1890 WEBSTER SMALL BANKNOTE 10¢ GREEN ....................................................................... PH

366



$200

(228) 1890 JEFFERSON SMALL BANKNOTE 30¢ BLACK (JUMBO) ....................................................... PH

$200

(229) 1890 PERRY SMALL BANKNOTE 90¢ ORANGE .................................................................................... PH $1000

Big stamp, MINT never hinged, very fine plus. Rarely seen in this choice Post Office fresh condition. (2011 PSE Cert #01231723). Cat $1450. 367



(229) 1890 PERRY SMALL BANKNOTE 90¢ ORANGE, USED MULTIPLE ....................................................... PH $1000

Horizontal block of 6, New York registered postmarks, fresh color, very fine block. Cat $1100. 368



(229) 1890 PERRY SMALL BANKNOTE 90¢ ORANGE .................................................................................... PH

$350

Fresh and bright, original gum, lightly hinged, extremely fine. Cat $475. 369



(229) 1890 PERRY SMALL BANKNOTE 90¢ ORANGE .................................................................................... PH

$125

Exceptional centering, fiery orange shade, light duplex cancel, extremely fine. Cat $150.

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(230-36) 1893 COLUMBIAN 1¢-8¢, PLUS BROKEN HAT ............................................................................. PH

$350

Set of 7, plus 2¢ broken hat variety, fresh, MINT never hinged, fine only to very fine. Cat $995.

$600

Bottom margin single, huge stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (Copy of 2004 PF Cert #407558 for strip) Cat $525.

(228) 1890 JEFFERSON SMALL BANKNOTE 30¢ BLACK ....................................................................... PH

Extremely fine stamp, black cancels, large margins, sound. Cat $40.

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (1987 PF Cert #182184 for pair) Cat $200. 361



$220

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2012 PSE Cert #01251554) Cat $220. 360

365

$450

Choice bottom margin single, large margins. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine Jumbo. (2010 PSE Cert #01225817). Cat $220.

$250

Fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $350.

$350

Choice stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2004 PF Cert #410378) Cat $400. 358



$135

Postally used with duplex cancel. Huge Jumbo margins, extremely fine. SMQ for 90 $45 and 95 $115. (2013 PSE Cert #01274386, graded XF 90J, Used)

(227) 1890 CLAY SMALL BANKNOTE 15¢ INDIGO (JUMBO) .................................................................... PH

Fresh, JUMBO margins, drop dead rich color, natural gum wrinkle. OG, lightly hinged, extremely fine. Cat $225.

$250

Stunning stamp, huge even margins, cork cancel, superb JUMBO gem. SMQ for 95J is $345, for 98J is $850. Cat $5. 356

371X

Estimate

Spectacular Jumbo, HUGE, even margins, duplex cancel, superb. Cat $5. 355

362

371



(230//236) 1893 COLUMBIAN 1¢-5¢ & 8¢, PLUS BROKEN HAT ............................................................ PH

$325

Six stamps total, fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine or better. Cat $830.

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372X

Estimate

Estimate

373X

374X 375

377X

378X

379X 380X

381X

383X

385

384X

386

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

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(230-32) 1893 COLUMBIAN 1¢-3¢, CHOICE SINGLES .................................................................... PH



(230-32, 235) 1893 FOUR NEVER HINGED COLUMBIANS ........................................................... PH



(230-32, 235) 1893 FOUR NEVER HINGED COLUMBIANS ........................................................... PH

$135

Four MINT never hinged Columbians: 1¢, 2¢, 3¢ and 5¢. Fresh, fine to very fine. Cat $350. 375



(230) 1893 COLUMBIAN 1¢ DEEP BLUE, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

376



(230//234) 1893 COLUMBIAN 1¢-5¢, CLEAN NH GROUP ...........................................................................

$250

Selection of 17 MINT NH stamps: 1¢ (x6), 2¢ (x7), 3¢ (x2) and 5¢ (x2). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine only to very fine. Cat $1038. 377



(230-35) 1893 COLUMBIAN 1¢-6¢ ............................ PH

380



381





(230-34) 1893 COLUMBIAN 1¢-5¢ ............................ PH

30

$135

$135

$125

Four singles, fresh, all MINT never hinged. The 6¢ ‘rubbed’ gum spot and cataloged as hinged; 6¢ fine, others very fine. Cat $295. 383



(230-31) 1893 COLUMBIAN 1¢-2¢ ............................ PH

$120

Two choice extremely fine gems. Original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $28. 384



(230-31) COLUMBIAN 1¢-2¢, TWO CHOICE SINGLES .................................................................... PH

$115

Both fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $75. 385



(231) 1893 COLUMBIAN 2¢ BROWN VIOLET, BLOCK W/ BROKEN HAT ......................................... PH

$500

A MINT never hinged block of 4, bottom pair exhibits the 'broken hat' variety, top pair normal. Fresh, very fine. Cataloged as singles. Cat $375.

$220 386



(231) 1893 COLUMBIAN 2¢ BROWN VIOLET, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

$160

Choice block of 4. Post Office fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Estimated cat $161.

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382/ (230-31, 234-35) 1893 COLUMBIAN 1¢-6¢ ......................................................... View photo online

$250

Attractive set of lower values to 5¢. Fine to very fine, fresh, MINT never hinged. Cat $515.

(230-31) 1893 COLUMBIAN 1¢ DEEP BLUE & 2¢ BROWN VIOLET ........................................................ PH

Two choice singles, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $75.

Attractive set of lower values to 6¢. Fine to very fine, MINT never hinged. Fresh color and appearance. Cat $680. 378

$150

Both MINT never hinged, Post Office fresh, extremely fine. Cat $75.

$300

Choice right margin block of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $150.

(230-32, 234) COLUMBIAN 1¢-5¢, FOUR SINGLES .................................................................................... PH

Four MINT never hinged stamps, 5¢ with part imprint at left. Fresh, fine to very fine group. Cat $350.

$150

Four MINT never hinged Columbians: 1¢, 2¢, 3¢ and 5¢. The 1¢ to top margin single with ‘V V’ imprint. Fresh, fine to very fine. 3¢ fine, others fine to very fine. Cat $350. 374



$200

Three choice stamps, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. Cat $185. 373

Estimate

379

USA 1893-99 Columbians, First Bureau & Trans-Mississippi, cont. 372

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391 390

392

394

393

395X

396

399

397

400X

401

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387



388/ (231) 1893 COLUMBIAN 2¢ BROWN VIOLET, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

$150

$135

Pretty lower left corner block of 4. Three stamps MINT never hinged, one lightly hinged (gum skip). Full selvage with letters ‘S S.’ Top pair FVF, bottom pair VF. Some perf separations at top. Cat $127.

390





(231//714) 1893-1932 SELECT GROUP NEVER HINGED COMMEMORATIVES (x8) ......................................................... View photo online

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393







395







(233-34) 1893 COLUMBIAN 4¢ ULTRA & 5¢ CHOCOLATE ............................................................. PH

$110

(234) 1893 COLUMBIAN 5¢ CHOCOLATE (PSAG GRADED 95J) ............................................... PH $1500

(234) 1893 COLUMBIAN 5¢ CHOCOLATE, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

$450

Fresh block of 4, cat value for four singles. MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. Cat $660.

$450



(234-35) 1893 COLUMBIAN 5¢ CHOCOLATE & 6¢ PURPLE ................................................................ PH

$250

Both stamps fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $330. 399



(234) 1893 COLUMBIAN 5¢ CHOCOLATE ............... PH

$160

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine plus. (Copy of 1999 PF Cert #345322 for pair). Cat $165. 400



(234) 1893 COLUMBIAN 5¢ CHOCOLATE (x8) ....... PH

$150

Eight stamps, fine only to very fine, some well centered. All original gum. Cat $440.

$300 401



(234) 1893 COLUMBIAN 5¢ CHOCOLATE ............... PH

$135

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $165. 402



$150

Block of 4. MINT never hinged, lightly toned, fine. Cataloged as singles. Cat $660.

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$110

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine Jumbo! SMQ for 95 $1000 and 98 $2900. (2013 PSAG Cert #0564779, graded 95J ogNH)

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(233) 1893 COLUMBIAN 4¢ ULTRAMARINE ........... PH

Two lovely singles, very fine to extremely fine.

(233) 1893 COLUMBIAN 4¢ ULTRAMARINE, PLATE STRIP ............................................................ PH

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Fresh, MINT never hinged, sound, fine to very fine. Cat $165.

397

(233) 1893 COLUMBIAN 4¢ ULTRAMARINE, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH



$250

Pretty stamp, rich color, large margins. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01267228 for pair) Cat $165. 392

394

All MINT never hinged and choice. Includes: #231 2¢ Columbian VF; #285 1¢ Trans-Miss VF; #367 Lincoln XF; #397 1¢ Panama-Pacific XF Jumbo; #537 Victory top margin single with tiny gum skip, VF; #628 Ericsson XF; #655 XF; and #714 with natural vertical gum skip, 1998 PF & 2011 PSE Cert, Graded 95. Cat $194.

(233) 1893 COLUMBIAN 4¢ ULTRAMARINE ........... PH

(233) 1893 COLUMBIAN 4¢ ULTRAMARINE, PAIR .................................................................................... PH

Pristine pair, beautiful, deep rich color, on soft white paper, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $330.

396

Bottom plate strip of 4, plate #20, imprint & letter ‘D’, original gum, previously hinged. Exceptional centering, cert notes ‘left selvage tab with a rounded corner at top left.’ This does not affect its beauty. Extremely fine. (2009 PF Cert #479340) Cat $400. 391

402X

Estimate

(231) 1893 COLUMBIAN 2¢ BROWN VIOLET ......... PH

Gorgeous stamp with large margins, MINT never hinged, extremely fine.

389

398X

(234-37) 1893 COLUMBIAN 5¢-10¢ .......................... PH

$135

Four different values: 5¢, 6¢, 8¢ & 10¢. Fresh, OG, previously hinged, very fine. Cat $263.

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Estimate

404X

405X

403X

406

409

410

407

411

412

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413 Estimate



(235) 1893 COLUMBIAN 6¢ PURPLE, BLOCKS ..... PH

Estimate

413

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$250



(235, 285) 1893-98 TWO CHOICE USED SINGLES .................................................................................... PH

$150

Includes: #235 6¢ Columbian lightly canceled, extremely fine jumbo; and #285 1¢ Trans-Miss wavy line cancel, extremely fine to superb. Cat $32. 405/ (235-36) 1893 COLUMBIAN 6¢ & 8¢ ........................ PH

406



(236) 1893 COLUMBIAN 8¢ MAGENTA, PAIR ......... PH



415



416



409



417





418



$100

$700

419





(238) 1893 COLUMBIAN 15¢ DARK GREEN ........... PH

420



412



(238) 1893 COLUMBIAN 15¢ DARK GREEN ........... PH

Fresh, MINT never hinged, just fine. Cat $700.

(239,243,291) 1893 COLUMBIAN 30¢ & $3 AND 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 50¢ ON TAG .................. PH $1000

(240) 1893 COLUMBIAN 50¢ SLATE BLUE (JUMBO) .................................................................... PH $1500

(240) 1893 COLUMBIAN 50¢ SLATE BLUE (JUMBO) .................................................................... PH

(240) 1893 COLUMBIAN 50¢ SLATE BLUE (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH



(240) 1893 COLUMBIAN 50¢ SLATE BLUE ............. PH

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$750

$550

$300

Fresh color, slightly disturbed original gum, previously hinged, very fine to extremely fine. Cat $500.

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$100

Fresh, very fine to extremely fine. Original gum, previously hinged. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01256175, VF-XF 85, Mint OGph). (SMQ $625)

$300

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $700.

(239) 1893 COLUMBIAN 30¢ ORANGE BROWN (JUMBO) .................................................................... PH

Big stamp, rich color and impression, original gum, light trace of hinging, fresh, very fine Jumbo. (2006 PSE Cert #01037487). Cat $500.

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine Jumbo. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01270919, VF 80J, Mint OGnh; 1996 PF Cert #304457)) (SMQ $800) 411

$150

Stunning Jumbo gem! Original gum, very lightly hinged, fresh, extremely fine to superb beauty. Cat $500.

(238) 1893 COLUMBIAN 15¢ DARK GREEN ........... PH $2000

(238) 1893 COLUMBIAN 15¢ DARK GREEN (PSE GRADED 80 JUMBO) ...................................... PH

(239) 1893 COLUMBIAN 30¢ ORANGE BROWN ..... PH

All three stamps franking 1922 registered parcel tag from bank in San Juan PR with San Juan cancels. Some wrinkling and mail handling affecting stamps as expected. Rare and fine Puerto Rico usage of these values.

Post Office fresh, MINT never hinged. An extremely fine GEM! (1999 PF Cert #0334473). Cat $700. 410

$125

Nearly perfectly centered, extra fine Jumbo. Unobtrusive cancel, light wrinkle, tiny natural paper inclusion at top. Cat $100.

$100

Both with rich color & extremely fine centering. (1) Fresh 8¢ Columbian never hinged, with vertical gum skip. (2) PanamaPacific 2¢ perf 12 OG, previously hinged. Cat $183.

(239) 1893 COLUMBIAN 30¢ ORANGE BROWN ..... PH

Rich color, fresh, MINT never hinged, just fine. Cat $750.

Block of 4, three stamps MINT never hinged, bottom right stamp previously hinged, light vertical crease affects left pair, otherwise fine. Cat $547. 408/ (236, 398) 1893-1913 COLUMBIAN 8¢ & PANAMA-PACIFIC 2¢ ....................................................

$300

Rich color, original gum, tiny thin speck at top, fine to very fine. Cat $240.

$200

Vertical pair, fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $330. 407/ (236) 1893 COLUMBIAN 8¢ MAGENTA, BLOCK .... PH

414

$125

Two stamps: #235 6¢ MINT never hinged, tiny corner crease upper right, F-VF; and 8¢ OG, very lightly hinged, F-VF. Cat $218.

(239) 1893 COLUMBIAN 30¢ ORANGE BROWN (PF GRADED 85) ....................................................... PH

Choice stamp, rich color, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine to extremely fine. (2013 PF Graded Cert #515973, VF-XF 85) (SMQ $325)

Two blocks of 4, MINT never hinged, toned, fine. Cataloged as singles. Cat $1320. 404

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415

416

418

419

420

421

424

425

417

423

426

427

430

431

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(240) 1893 COLUMBIAN 50¢ SLATE BLUE (x2) ......................................................... View photo online



429



(241) 1893 COLUMBIAN $1 SALMON ...................... PH

(241) 1893 COLUMBIAN $1 SALMON ...................... PH



430





(241) 1893 COLUMBIAN $1 SALMON ...................... PH

431

$750

427



(241) 1893 COLUMBIAN $1 SALMON ...................... PH



432





(241) 1893 COLUMBIAN $1 SALMON ...................... PH

(242) 1893 COLUMBIAN $2 BROWN RED ............... PH

$800

(242) 1893 COLUMBIAN $2 BROWN RED (PSE GRADED 80) .................................................... PH

$750

Very fine stamp with deep, rich color. Original gum, previously hinged. (2014 PSE Graded Cert #01276225, VF 80, Mint OGph) (SMQ $1100)

$250 433



$200

Bold Philadelphia ‘RD’ oval, well centered, thin at top margin. Very fine appearance. Cat $650. 428

(242) 1893 COLUMBIAN $2 BROWN RED ............... PH $2000

Rich color, redistributed original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine and attractive. Fresh & bright. Cat $1150.

$650

Bold NY registry cancel, tiny corner creases, very fine appearance. Cat $650.

(242) 1893 COLUMBIAN $2 BROWN RED ............... PH $2300

Good color, MINT never hinged, fine. (2011 PF Cert #493296) Cat $4000.

Handsome stamp, rich color, fresh, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. (2007 PF Cert #458709) Cat $1100. 426

433

Well centered, rich color. OG, lightly hinged. Dead-on centering, extremely fine. (2013 PF Cert #512491). Cat $1150.

(241) 1893 COLUMBIAN $1 SALMON, BLOCK ....... PH $4000

Very fine. Rich color. Original gum, lightly hinged. (2011 Weiss Cert for block). Cat $1100. 425

432

Estimate

$150

Choice block of 4, rich color, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. Makes for a great showpiece! Cat $5000. 424

429

Estimate

Two mint examples, both with disturbed original gum. One FVF, other fine. Cat $1000. 423

428

(242) 1893 COLUMBIAN $2 BROWN RED ............... PH

$750

Fine centering with attractive color. MINT never hinged, natural inclusion at top and gum skip. Natural straight edge at bottom. Cat $4000.

$150

Vertical crease ending in repaired tear at top, fine appearance. Cat $650. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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434

435

436

437

438

439

440

441

442

443

444

445

446

447

448

449

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(242) 1893 COLUMBIAN $2 BROWN RED ............... PH

Estimate

442

USA 1893-99 Columbians, First Bureau & Trans-Mississippi, cont. 434

Estimate



Beautiful stamp, fresh, bright color. Original gum, lightly hinged, very fine plus. (2004 PSE Cert #00130924; 1991 PF Cert #237579) Cat $2100.

$350

Rich color and impression, San Francisco double oval postmark, very fine. Cat $650. 435



(242) 1893 COLUMBIAN $2 BROWN RED ............... PH

$350

Fresh color, registry cancels, fine to very fine. Cat $650. 436



(242) 1893 COLUMBIAN $2 BROWN RED ............... PH

437

438





(242) 1893 COLUMBIAN $2 BROWN RED ............... PH

443 () (244) 1893 COLUMBIAN $4 CRIMSON LAKE ......... PH $1050

Bright color on fresh white paper, unused, no gum, very fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01260269) Cat $1050 for no gum.

$250

Fresh color, registered double oval postmark, pulled perf top right, otherwise fine to very fine. Cat $650.

444



$150

Fresh color, NY Reg double oval, pulled perf with short tear lower right, otherwise fine. Cat $650.

445 () (244) 1893 COLUMBIAN $4 CRIMSON LAKE ......... PH

(243) 1893 COLUMBIAN $3 YELLOW GREEN ........ PH $1000

446 () (244) 1893 COLUMBIAN $4 CRIMSON LAKE ......... PH

439 () (243a) 1893 COLUMBIAN $3 OLIVE GREEN (PSE GRADED 95) .................................................... PH $1350

Choice stamp, rich color on fresh paper, unused, no gum. Large, balanced margins, extremely fine to superb beauty. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01256118, XF-Sup 95, Mint NG) (SMQ $1500) 



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$350

(244a) 1893 COLUMBIAN $4 ROSE CARMINE ....... PH $3250

Bright shade variety, extremely fine. An outstanding stamp, not often seen with this centering & fresh rich color. OG, previously hinged. (2013 PSE Cert #01267393). Cat $2100. 448



(244a) 1893 COLUMBIAN $4 ROSE CARMINE ....... PH $1700

Big stamp, rich, vibrant color. Fresh & bright. Small inclusion upper right corner, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. (Copy of 2008 PF Cert #469332 for block). Cat $2100. 449



(244a) 1893 COLUMBIAN $4 ROSE CARMINE ....... PH $1200

Very pretty used example, fresh color, attractive double oval registry cancel, very fine. (1977 PF Cert #60879; and 2010 PF Cert #486406). Cat $1150. 450



(245) 1893 COLUMBIAN $5 BLACK ......................... PH $2000

Very fine and attractive single. Original gum, previously hinged. (2005 PSE Cert #1008164). Cat $2500.

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$400

Attractive stamp, fresh color, unused (regummed), shallow hinge thin, fine appearance. Cat $1050 for no gum.

(244) 1893 COLUMBIAN $4 CRIMSON LAKE (JUMBO) .................................................................... PH $3500

Nice big stamp, rich color, original gum, lightly hinged. Very fine Jumbo. (2012 PF Cert #506657). Cat $2100.

$750

Unused (regummed), fine to very fine. Cat $1050 for no gum.

(243a) 1893 COLUMBIAN $3 OLIVE GREEN (PF GRADED 80) ....................................................... PH $1250

Fresh, very fine. Original gum, with slightly disturbed gum. (2012 PF Graded Cert #508396, VF 80; and 1999 PF Cert #0344395). (SMQ $1550) Cat $1600. 441

(244) 1893 COLUMBIAN $4 CRIMSON LAKE ......... PH

Postally used with New York registry oval. Very fine. Cat $1150.

Choice beauty, rich color, large margins all around, fresh, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. Cat $1600.

440

(244) 1893 COLUMBIAN $4 CRIMSON LAKE ......... PH $1500

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451

Estimate

452

453

455

454

456

457

458

461 459

460

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451



Estimate

(245) 1893 COLUMBIAN $5 BLACK ......................... PH $1000

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458



Used example with exceptional margins, fresh color, tiny thin speck, extremely fine appearance. Cat $1300. 452



(245) 1893 COLUMBIAN $5 BLACK ......................... PH



(245) 1893 COLUMBIAN $5 BLACK ......................... PH

459



$500



(246) 1894 FRANKLIN 1¢ ULTRA, PLATE SINGLE .................................................................................... PH

$180

Left plate #33 single. Fresh, very fine Jumbo. Stamp MINT never hinged, hinge remnant in selvage. Cat $90. 455



(246) 1894 FRANKLIN 1¢ ULTRA (JUMBO) ............. PH

460





(248) 1894 WASHINGTON 2¢ PINK TYPE I, IMPRINT PAIR ........................................................... PH

461 $125



Pretty top imprint pair, fresh & bright, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. CV for singles. Cat $60. 457



(249) 1894 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE LAKE TYPE I, PLATE SINGLE .......................................................... PH $250

Top plate #26 single, huge stamp, fresh, original gum, previously hinged, very fine Jumbo. (1987 PF Cert #179461) Cat $150.

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(250) 1894 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE I, PLATE STRIP ............................................................ PH

$200

(252) 1894 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE III, IMPRINT PAIR ........................................................... PH

$700

Wide top margin horizontal pair with full imprint in selvage. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (2012 PSE Cert #01255741). Cat $750.

$110

Lovely color, original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine Jumbo. 456

$625

Right plate and imprint strip of 3 (plate #79). Top stamp lightly hinged, bottom pair never hinged with extremely fine centering, bottom stamp small, very faint stain, otherwise fresh, bright, very fine strip. Cat $212.

Fresh color, New York double oval registry cancel, fine plus. Cat $1300. 454

(250) 1894 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE I, PLATE STRIP (PSE GRADED 85) ............................ PH

A WIDE top plate & imprint strip of 3 (plate #112). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01263340, VF-XF 85, Mint OGnh) Cat $300.

$650

Big stamp, disturbed original gum resulting in minor perf staining upper right, otherwise very fine. Cat $2500. 453

462

(253) 1894 JACKSON 3¢ PURPLE (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................................................... PH

$750

Stunning stamp, HUGE margins all around. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (1994 PF Cert #0279105 & 2004 PSE Graded Cert #00123872 XF 90, Mint OGnh). (SMQ $800) 462



(254) 1894 LINCOLN 4¢ DARK BROWN .................. PH

$600

Right partial imprint single, stamp fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine, previously hinged in selvage. (Copy of 2013 PSE Cert #01272793 for plate & imprint strip) Cat $525.

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Estimate

463 464

465

466 467

471

468

472

469

470

473

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474



(254) 1894 LINCOLN 4¢ DARK BROWN .................. PH

464 () (254) 1894 LINCOLN 4¢ DARK BROWN, PLATE STRIP ............................................................ PH





473





$200 474

(255) 1894 GRANT 5¢ CHOCOLATE ........................ PH

475

(257) 1895 SHERMAN 8¢ VIOLET BROWN, PLATE STRIP ........................................................... PH $1000

Top plate and imprint strip of 3 (plate #58). Nice wide selvage, MINT never hinged, fresh, very fine, perf separations top left. Cat $1600. 467





468



(258) 1894 WEBSTER 10¢ DARK GREEN (JUMBO) .................................................................................... PH $1350

A JUMBO MINT never hinged example, well centered, small natural gum wrinkle at left. Extremely fine. (2011 PSE Cert #01235406). Cat $900. 469



(259) 1894 CLAY 15¢ DARK BLUE ........................... PH





(259) 1894 CLAY 15¢ DARK BLUE ........................... PH

476



$150

471



(260) 1894 JEFFERSON 50¢ ORANGE .................... PH

$250

Fresh and bright, light mount glazing to gum. Very fine and attractive. Cat $500.

(261) 1894 PERRY $1 BLACK TYPE I ...................... PH

$250

(261) 1894 PERRY $1 BLACK TYPE I ...................... PH

$250

(261A) 1894 PERRY $1 BLACK TYPE II .................. PH $6000

Pristine example, MINT never hinged, extremely fine and attractive beauty. Rare in this nice condition. (1987 PF Cert #176353 & 2012 PSAG Cert). Cat $6500. 477



(261A) 1804 PERRY $1 BLACK TYPE II (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH $2500

Lovely stamp, original gum, previously hinged, very fine to extremely fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01272794, VF-XF 85, OGh) (SMQ $2650) 478



(261A) 1894 PERRY $1 BLACK TYPE II .................. PH

$450

Original gum, hinge remnant, gum crease, fine. Cat $2100. 479



(261A, 276) PERRY $1 BLACK ...... View photo online

$150

Two used stamps, both small faults, just fine appearance. Cat $925. 480



(262) 1894 MADISON $2 BRIGHT BLUE .................. PH $2500

Extra fine centering, MINT never hinged, handstamped expert mark on reverse. Reperfed at right. A great looking example & difficult to find in NH condition. Cat $8750.

$225

Extremely fine to near-perfect centering and very fresh appearance. However, stamp also has several small thins. Original gum, previously hinged. Cat $300.

$500

Well centered, rich color, light black duplex cancel, extremely fine. Cat $375.

Postally used with black cancel, perfectly centered within large margins, extremely fine. Cat $70. 470

(261) 1894 PERRY $1 BLACK TYPE I ...................... PH

Big stamp, rich color and impression, reperforated at right. OG, previously hinged. Fine appearance. Cat $1000.

(258) 1894 WEBSTER 10¢ DARK GREEN ............... PH $2000

A magnificent left partial imprint single. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Seldom available in this choice condition. (Copy of 2012 PSAG Cert #0562626 for pair). Cat $900.

$600

Big stamp, deep, rich color. Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, previously hinged. (2008 PF Cert #465434) Cat $1000.

Bottom plate & imprint strip of 4 (plate #51). Unused, no gum, light wrinkles, hinge reinforcements, extremely fine centering. CV for OG. Cat $900. $100

(261) 261A PERRY $1 BLACK TYPE I ..................... PH

Big stamp, fresh color, small margin thin at top not noted on cert. OG, previously hinged. Fine appearance. (2007 PF Cert #447034) Cat $2100.

$425

Fresh color, machine cancel, large margins all around, extremely fine Gem. (2012 PSE Cert #01253683). Cat $10. 466

477 Estimate

472

Right partial imprint single, MINT never hinged, stamp with light gum creases, very fine. (Copy of 2013 PSE Cert #01272793 for plate & imprint strip) Cat $525.

465

476

Estimate

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475

481



(262) 1894 MADISON $2 BRIGHT BLUE .................. PH

$600

Full OG, lightly hinged, gum wrinkles, few blunted perfs, just fine. Cat $2750. 482



(262) 1894 MADISON $2 BRIGHT BLUE .................. PH

$500

Used example with with large top & bottom margins. Fine. Cat $1250. 483



(262) 1894 MADISON $2 BRIGHT BLUE .................. PH

$200

Postally used, small faults, fine appearing. Cat $1250.

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478

Estimate

480

481

Estimate

482

483

484

485

486

487

490

489

491

488

492

493

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484



Estimate

(263) 1894 MARSHALL $5 DARK GREEN (PSE GRADED 80) .................................................... PH $3500

Attractive stamp, fresh & bright, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01260277, VF 80, Mint OGh). (SMQ $4350) 485







(264) 1895 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE, PLATE SINGLE .................................................................................... PH



(265) 1895 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE I, PLATE STRIP ............................................................ PH

490



$450

(267) 1895 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE III .................................................................................... PH

$115

Incredible wide left margin single, fresh and bright, MINT never hinged, tiny natural perf indentation, extremely fine. Cat $16. 491



(268) 1895 JACKSON 3¢ PURPLE, PLATE & IMPRINT STRIP ......................................................... PH

$300

Top plate & imprint strip of 3 (plate #103). Tall selvage, Post Office fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine and attractive. Cat $400. 492



(268) 1895 JACKSON 3¢ PURPLE (BOTTOM PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

$200

Bottom plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #95). Fresh, fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $725. 493



$500

Choice wide left plate & imprint strip of 3 (plate #96). Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb. Cat $275.

(266-67) 1895 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE II & III SE-TENANT PAIRS (3) ........................ PH

Vertical block of 6 with three horizontal se-tenant pairs. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $1500.

$100

Pretty bottom plate single #443. Deep, rich color, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, extremely fine. 488



(263) 1894 MARSHALL $5 DARK GREEN ............... PH $1250

Fresh color, large margins, NY double oval cancel, light vertical crease, extremely fine appearance, which is difficult to obtain in such nice used condition. Cat $2750. 487

Estimate

489

(263) 1894 MARSHALL $5 DARK GREEN ............... PH $2000

Choice example of this difficult stamp, rich color, extraordinary centering. Original gum, tiny thin spot, otherwise extremely fine. Cat $4500. 486

494

(269) 1895 LINCOLN 4¢ DARK YELLOW BROWN, PLATE STRIP ............................................................ PH

$200

Bottom plate strip of 3 (plate #195), MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $450. 494



(269) 1895 LINCOLN 4¢ DARK BROWN, IMPRINT PAIR ........................................................................... PH

$200

Bottom imprint pair. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $250. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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495

Estimate

496

497

498

499

501

502X

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

503



(270) 1895 GRANT 5¢ CHOCOLATE (PSAG GRADED 95) ................................................. PH



(270) 1895 GRANT 5¢ CHOCOLATE, PLATE STRIP (PSE GRADED 80) .................................................... PH



(270) 1895 GRANT 5¢ CHOCOLATE, PLATE STRIP (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH

499



(271) 1895 GARFIELD 6¢ DULL BROWN, PLATE & IMPRINT STRIP ......................................... PH

$200



(271) 1895 GARFIELD 6¢ DULL BROWN, PLATE STRIP ............................................................ PH

$250

Top plate and imprint strip of 3 (plate #184), enormous top, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, fine. Cat $500.

(272//418) 1895-1912 FOUR USED GEMS ............... PH

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$300

$200

Four used gems: #272, 300, 326 & 418. All with large, even margins, each extremely fine or better. Cat $33. 503



(272) 1895 SHERMAN 8¢ VIOLET BROWN ............. PH

$110

Extremely fine used example. (2005 PF Cert #428936). 504



(273) 1895 WEBSTER 10¢ DARK GREEN, PLATE STRIP (PSE GRADED 80) ............................ PH

$900

Left margin vertical strip of 3 with Type I imprint & plate #64. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01267203, VF 80, Mint OGnh). Cat $1000. 505



(273) 1895 WEBSTER 10¢ DARK GREEN ......................................................... View photo online

$115

Pretty used example, rich color, large margins, extremely fine. 506



(274) 1895 CLAY 15¢ DARK BLUE ........................... PH

$350

Big stamp, rich color, fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. (Copy of 2012 PSAG Cert #0562223 for strip). Cat $625. 507



(274) 1895 CLAY 15¢ DARK BLUE, IMPRINT SINGLE ...................................................................... PH

$200

Bottom margin single, part imprint, fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Nice position piece. Cat $625. 508



(275A, 284) 1895-98 CLAY 15¢ OLIVE GREEN & JEFFERSON 50¢ RED ORANGE ... View photo online

$115

Two First Bureaus, both with black cancels and extremely fine centering. Cat $60.

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$850

Top plate and imprint strip of 3 (plate #373). Fresh, MINT never hinged, large margins, very fine plus! Cat $1250. 500

502

$375

Top plate & imprint strip of 3 (plate #193). Fresh, very fine. Stamps MINT never hinged, hinge remnant in selvage. CV for singles. Cat $315.

(272) 1895 SHERMAN 8¢ VIOLET BROWN (PSAG GRADED 85) ................................................. PH

Deep color, well centered, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. (2009 PSAG Graded Cert #0556087, 85 ogNH) (SMQ $315)

$375

Top plate & imprint strip of 3 (plate #359). Fresh, very fine to extremely fine. Original gum, previously hinged, center and right stamps never hinged. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01272797, VF-XF 85, Mint OGh). Cat value for singles. Cat $245. 498/ (270) 1895 GRANT 5¢ CHOCOLATE, PLATE STRIP .................................................................................... PH



$600

A WIDE top margin plate strip of 3 (plate #163) with imprint Type IV. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (PSE Graded Cert #01260285, VF 80, Mint OGnh) Cat $375. 497

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501

Beautiful stamp, partial imprint at top, extraordinary centering. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb. (2012 PSAG Cert, Graded 95 ogNH). (SMQ $825) 496

500

Estimate

USA 1893-99 Columbians, First Bureau & Trans-Mississippi, cont. 495

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Estimate

509

506

510

511

512

515

516

517

507

513 514

504

518

521

522

519

523

524

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509



520

525

Estimate

(276) 1895 PERRY $1 BLACK TYPE I ...................... PH $1500

Estimate

518



MINT never hinged, very fine. Scarce in this Post Office fresh condition. (2013 PSE Cert #01261256). Cat $1800. 510



(276) 1895 PERRY $1 BLACK TYPE I ...................... PH

$500



(276) 1895 PERRY $1 BLACK TYPE I ...................... PH

$250

Attractive stamp, fresh, original gum, previously hinged, with ‘two natural perf indentations’, very fine. (1999 PF Cert #339450) Cat $600. 512



(276) 1895 PERRY $1 BLACK TYPE I ...................... PH

$175

Very well centered, unobtrusive cancels, well centered, extremely fine. Cat $100. 513



(276A) 1895 PERRY $1 BLACK TYPE II .................. PH

$200

Well centered within large margins, good color, black cork cancel, extremely fine. Cat $210. 514



(277) 1895 MADISON $2 BRIGHT BLUE .................. PH $4250

Gorgeous bottom margin single with part imprint (rare position) and deep color. Original gum, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. (2012 PF Cert #501590 for plate strip of 3 of which this is left stamp) Cat $3000. 515



(277) 1895 MADISON $2 BRIGHT BLUE .................. PH

519 () (277a) 1895 MADISON $2 DARK BLUE ................... PH

516 () (277) 1895 MADISON $2 BRIGHT BLUE .................. PH

517



(277) 1895 MADISON $2 BRIGHT BLUE .................. PH

520



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(278) 1895 MARSHALL $5 DARK GREEN ............... PH $1500

(278) 1895 MARSHALL $5 DARK GREEN ............... PH $1000

Rich color, fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. (2008 PF Cert #467825) Cat $2000. 522



(313) 1903 MARSHALL $5 DARK GREEN ............... PH

$600

Fresh, fine to very fine, reperfed, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $2250. 523



(278) 1895 MARSHALL $5 DARK GREEN ............... PH

$600

Attractive example, fresh color, registered postmark, very fine. (2011 PSE Cert #01233386). Cat $625. 524



(278) 1895 MARSHALL $5 DARK GREEN ............... PH

$325

Rich color on clean white paper, lightly canceled, fine to very fine. Cat $625. 525



(280) 1898 LINCOLN 4¢ ROSE BROWN (JUMBO) .... PH

$150

Beautiful stamp with large Jumbo margins all-around. Chicago oval cancel. Extremely fine. 526



$150

Bright color, duplex cancel, diagonal crease lower right, fine appearance. Cat $450.

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Fresh, deep rich color, very fine. Nice copy of this tough issue. Original gum, hinge remnant. (2011 PSAG Cert #0557983) Cat $2000.

$500

Fresh color, unused, regummed, great centering, extremely fine. (2002 PSE Cert #00086354). Cat $275 for no gum.

$450

Attractive stamp in dark blue shade. Unused, regummed, very fine. Cat $275 for no gum.

$500

Rich color on bright white paper, original gum, lightly hinged, fresh, very fine. Cat $950.

(277a) 1895 MADISON $2 DARK BLUE ................... PH

Extraordinary centering, fresh and bright on clean white paper, light cancel, extremely fine. Cat $450.

Choice stamp, large, even margins, rich color, original gum, tiny thin speck, superb appearance. Cat $600. 511

526

(282C) 1898 WEBSTER 10¢ BROWN TYPE I, PLATE STRIP ............................................................ PH $1250

Bottom plate & imprint strip of 3 (plate #521). A scarce & attractive strip. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $1750.

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527X

Estimate

528X

530X

529X

533 531

532

534

535

537

536

539

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

527/ (285-89) TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 1¢-8¢ ....................... PH

Estimate

533

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$300

528/ (285-89) TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 1¢-8¢ ....................... PH

$250

Five low values in set. The 1¢ & 2¢ MNH, FVF (1¢ paper adherence on face); other values previously hinged, fine. Cat $505. 529/ (285-86) 1898 1¢-2¢ TRANS-MISSISSIPPI GROUP .................................................................................... PH

$250

Includes: #285 1¢ green, 4 singles and plate/imprint pair, stamps MINT never hinged, pair lightly hinged in selvage; and #286 2¢ copper red, right arrow block of 4, MINT NH, and plate & imprint pair one stamp lightly hinged, one NH. The 2¢ pair fine only, all others very fine. Cataloged as singles. Cat $822. 530()/ (285-91) TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 1¢-50¢ ..................... PH



(285) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 1¢ DARK YELLOW GREEN (PSE GRADED 90) ...................... PH



(285) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 1¢ DARK YELLOW GREEN ...................................................... PH



$150

$150

(285) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 1¢ DARK YELLOW GREEN ...................................................... PH

$135

Post Office fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (copy of PSE Cert for original strip) Cat $72. 535



(286) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 2¢ COPPER RED ............................................................ PH

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01274390) Cat $72. 536



(287) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 4¢ ORANGE, MULTIPLE .................................................................. PH

$500

Horizontal block of 6 (3x2). Fresh, bright color, MINT never hinged, fine, minor perf separations. Cat $1980. 537



(287) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 4¢ ORANGE ........ PH

$425

Spectacular stamp, fresh, bright, fiery orange color, tiny gum disturbance, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $330. 538



(287) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 4¢ ORANGE (PSE SLABBED 90) ................................................... PH

$250

Fresh, original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine. (PSE Slab #01228263, XF 90, Mint OGph) (SMQ $240)

$200

Choice stamp, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01247743, XF 90, Mint OGnh). (SMQ $250) 532

534

$250

Set of the 7 cents values: 1¢ no gum; 2¢ LH, inclusion; 4¢ no gum, fine; 5¢ no gum; 8¢ no gum, tear; 10¢ disturbed OG; 50¢ natural straight edge, hinge remnants. Overall fine & better. Cat $1185.

(285) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 1¢ DARK YELLOW GREEN, STRIP ......................................... PH

Left margin horizontal strip of 3. MINT never hinged, very fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01274389 for original strip of 4) Cat $217.

Five low values in set. All rich color. OG, previously hinged, with 5¢ MNH. Fine & better. Cat $610.

531

538

539



(287) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 4¢ ORANGE ........ PH

$150

Choice stamp, exceptional margins and centering, extremely fine. Original gum, previously hinged. Cat $110.

Spectacular beauty, HUGE, even margins, fresh and bright, original gum, very lightly hinged, superb Gem. Cat $25.

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541

Estimate

543

540 542

544

545

549

546

547

548

550

551

552

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540



Estimate

(288) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 5¢ DULL BLUE, IMPRINT SINGLE ...................................................... PH

547



(288) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 5¢ DULL BLUE .... PH



$750

Choice top imprint single, nice big margins, wide selvage. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2005 PSE Cert #01011368 for pair). Cat $300. 541

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548



$175

(289) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 8¢ VIOLET BROWN, MULTIPLE .................................................................. PH $3000



(289) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 8¢ VIOLET BROWN .................................................................................... PH

549





(289) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 8¢ VIOLET BROWN .................................................................................... PH

550



$450

$150



(289) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 8¢ VIOLET BROWN .................................................................................... PH

551





552



(290) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 10¢ GRAY VIOLET (PSE GRADED 98) .................................................... PH $1500

Spectacular stamp, perfectly centered within large even margins, light corner cancel, fresh color, superb gem. (2009 PSE Graded Cert #01195878, Superb 98, Used) (SMQ $1800)

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(291) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 50¢ SAGE GREEN .................................................................................... PH

$400

(292) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI $1 BLACK (PF GRADED 80) ....................................................... PH $1250

Fresh, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. (2013 PF Graded Cert #515978, VF 80) (SMQ $1100) Cat $1150.

$150

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine plus. Cat $450. 546

(291) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 50¢ SAGE GREEN, IMPRINT SINGLE ...................................................... PH $2000

Nice, big example of this difficult stamp. Rich color, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. (2006 PF Cert #435217) Cat $625.

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $450. 545

$125

Beautiful top margin single with full imprint, MINT never hinged, very fine plus. (2012 PSE Cert #01250234) Cat $1900.

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01270993) Cat $450. 544

(290) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 10¢ GRAY VIOLET .................................................................................... PH

Large, even margins, rich color and lightly canceled. Extremely fine appearance, small corner crease lower left. Cat $35.

A stunning left margin and part arrow block of 9 (3x3). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine plus. Cat $4050. 543

$150

Fine to very fine bottom margin single with natural straight edge at right and partial arrow. MINT never hinged. Cat $450.

Fresh, rich color, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $300. 542

(290) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 10¢ GRAY VIOLET .................................................................................... PH

(292) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI $1 BLACK (PSE GRADED 80) .................................................... PH $1000

Very fine example of this attractive and popular issue. Original, disturbed gum. (2014 PSE Graded Cert #01276226, VF 80, Mint DOG; 1998 PF Cert #325054) (SMQ $1650)

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553

Estimate

554

557

Estimate

555

556

558

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

559

560

Estimate

Estimate

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(292) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI $1 BLACK .......... PH

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$400

Light cancel, fine to very fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01261260) Cat $700. 554



(292) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI $1 BLACK ........... PH

$250

Useful example, lightly canceled, small thins, fine to very fine appearance. Cat $700. 555



(293) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI $2 ORANGE BROWN .................................................................................... PH $3500

MINT never hinged. Fine to very fine for this notoriously off-centered issue. Cat $6000. 556



(293) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI $2 ORANGE BROWN .................................................................................... PH $1800

A left margin example with partial arrow in selvage. Crisp impression with rich color. MINT never hinged. Fine. (1997 APS Cert #109583). Cat $6000. 557



564



Exceptional stamp, the freshest gum and color we have ever seen on any Pan-American INVERT. Deep, rich color, full original gum, very lightly hinged, fine to very fine. Scott notes that ‘almost all unused copies of Scott No. 295a have partial or disturbed gum. Values are for examples with full original gum that is slightly disturbed.’ With an estimated 80 known, the 2¢ is the RAREST of the Pan-American inverts. (2012 PSE Cert #1250494). Cat $55,000.

(293) 1893 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI $2 ORANGE BROWN .................................................................................... PH $1500

Rich color. Full original gum, previously hinged. Sound, very fine. (2000 PSE Cert #47094). Cat $1900. 558



(293) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI $2 ORANGE BROWN (PSE GRADED 80) .................................................... PH $1100

Good color, well centered, very fine used example. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01272799, VF 80, Used) (SMQ $1100) 559



(295a) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 2¢ CARMINE & BLACK, CENTER INVERTED ............................ PH $45,000

(293) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI $2 ORANGE BROWN .................................................................................... PH $1000

Very fine centering, dark shade. Original gum, previously hinged, faint natural vertical gum crease at left.( 2014 PSE Cert #01276227; 2005 PF Cert #424420) Cat $1900. 560



(293) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI $2 ORANGE BROWN .................................................................................... PH

$600

Fresh color and impression, Chicago double oval postmark, tiny corner crease lower left, fine appearance. Cat $1100. 561



(293) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI $2 ORANGE BROWN .................................................................................... PH

$450

OG, previously hinged. Natural straight edge at left, fine. Cat $1900. 562



(293) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI $2 ORANGE BROWN .................................................................................... PH

$300

Rich color, original gum, previously hinged, just fine. Cat $1900. 563



(293) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI $2 ORANGE BROWN .................................................................................... PH

$300

Rich color, duplex cancel, reperforated at right, otherwise fine. Cat $1100.



(296a) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 4¢ DEEP RED BROWN & BLACK, INVERTED CENTER ............................ PH $22,000

A fine appearing example of the RARE 4¢ Pan-American with INVERT. Large part original gum, slightly disturbed gum, tiny tear and faintly toned perfs at top, small diagonal crease ending in tiny tear at bottom. The 4¢ inverts were a Special Printing and not regularly issued. Because they were removed from mounting paper, most are thinned or with seriously disturbed gum. Scott notes that ‘values are for examples with full original gum that is slightly disturbed.’ (2012 PF Cert #506265). Cat $75,000.

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Estimate

561

562

568

Estimate

563

566X

570X

573X

574

571

575X

567X

572

576

577X

578X

582 579

580

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566/ (294-99) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 1¢-10¢, COMPLETE SET ....................................................... PH

568





(294v) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 1¢ GREEN & BLACK, ‘SINKING SHIPS’ (x3) ................................................ PH



576

(295) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 2¢ CARMINE & BLACK, PLATE & IMPRINT STRIP ......................................... PH



(295) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 2¢ CARMINE & BLACK, VIGNETTE SHIFT ...................................................... PH

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$200

(296-97) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 4¢ & 5¢ .................. PH

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $370. 

(296) 1901 PAN AMERICAN 4¢ DEEP RED BROWN & BLACK ............................................ PH

$150

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $180. 577



$250

(296, 298) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 4¢ & 8¢ ................ PH

578/ (296, 298) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 4¢ & 8¢ ................ PH

$250

579



(297) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 5¢ ULTRA & BLACK, PLATE STRIP ............................................................ PH

$325

Bottom plate (#1140) and imprint strip of 3. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $625.

$225 580



(297) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 5¢ ULTRAMARINE & BLACK, BLOCK ........................................................ PH

$200

Block of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $760.

$150

$150

$200

Two singles: 4¢ original gum, lightly hinged, fine; 8¢ glazed original gum, very fine. Cat $165.

581



(297) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 5¢ ULTRAMARINE & BLACK, BLOCK ............................................................

$200

Block of 4. Rich color. OG, previously hinged. Well centered, very fine. Cat $325. 582



Strong downward shift of vignette with black well into ‘POSTAGE TWO CENTS’. Used, fine. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

(296) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 4¢ DEEP RED BROWN & BLACK ............................................ PH

Fresh, MINT never hinged. The 4¢ FVF, the 8¢ VF. Cat $430.

Bottom plate and imprint strip of 4, red and black plate numbers and partial arrow at right. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $182. 572



$125

Two ‘fast train’ stamps, one MINT never hinged, fine, the other unused, no gum, perfs touching at left, just fine. 

$350

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2012 PSE cert #01254857). Cat $180.

(294 var) 1901 PAN AMERICAN 1¢ GREEN & BLACK, SINKING SHIP ........................................................... PH

570/() (295) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 2¢ CARMINE & BLACK, FAST TRAINS (x2) .................................................... PH



$250

Three bottom plate, imprint and part arrow strips of 4 (each with carmine & black numbers). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $585.

571

574

575

(295) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 2¢ CARMINE & BLACK, PLATE & IMPRINT STRIPS (x3) .... View photo online

(296-98) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 4¢-8¢ ...................... PH

Three fresh stamps, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $620.

Three fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine singles, all with low center vignette just touching value tablet. Cat $135. Fresh, MINT never hinged with ship vignette shifted down, neat variety, very fine. 569



$350

Complete set of 6, fresh, fine set, the 10¢ OG, lightly hinged, others MINT never hinged. Cat $832. 567

Estimate

573

(297) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 5¢ ULTRA & BLACK .................................................................................... PH

$135

MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $190.

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

583

Estimate

584

588X

585

590

589

587

591X

593X 586X

592X

595

594

598

599

600

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601

(297) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 5¢ ULTRA & BLACK .................................................................................... PH



$110 

(298) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 8¢ BROWN VIOLET & BLACK ................................................................... PH

586 () (298-99) PAN-AMERICAN 8¢ & 10¢, BLOCKS OF 9 ........................................................... PH



593





594



$600 595

(299) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 10¢ YELLOW BROWN & BLACK ................................................................... PH



596

(301) 1903 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE ................. PH



(302) 1903 JACKSON 3¢ BRIGHT VIOLET, BLOCK (PSE GRADED 80) .................................................... PH

(302, 304) 1903 ISSUE 3¢ & 5¢ ................................. PH

$150

(303) 1903 GRANT 4¢ BROWN ................................ PH

$250



(303) 1903 GRANT 4¢ BROWN (JUMBO) ................ PH

$150

JUMBO margins, perfectly centered, small vertical surface scrape at top, superb appearing used example. (305) 1903 GARFIELD 6¢ DEEP CLARET (JUMBO) .................................................................................... PH

$135

Four large margins, well centered. Fresh, MINT never hinged, natural gum bend, extremely fine. (Copy of 2012 PSAG Cert for original block). Cat $150.

$150

Choice stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $38. 590

$200

$100

Two MINT never hinged Second Bureau examples. (1) 1¢ Graded XF 90 with 2009 PSE Cert #01214488; (2) 2¢ Graded VF-XF 85 by 2007 PF Cert #449687. Fresh duo. (SMQ $135) 589

(302, 308) 1902-03 SECOND BUREAU, MULTIPLES ............................................................... PH

Stunning example, choice margins, extremely fine, wide top with part imprint, fresh, MINT never hinged with trivial, light natural gum wrinkle at bottom. Cat $140.

Two horizontal blocks of 9, both unused, no gum, some perf separations. The 8¢ one plate number at top, very fine plus; 10¢ two plate numbers at bottom, fine to very fine. Cat value for OG. Cat $1980.

(300-01) 1903 1¢ BLUE GREEN & 2¢ CARMINE (GRADED) .................................................................. PH

$200

Two stamps, both fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $280.

$125



Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $325. 588

(302, 309) 1902-03 ISSUE 3¢ & 15¢ .......................... PH

Two items: (1) Jackson 3¢ bright violet, in mint block of 4, hinge remnants, very fine centering; and (2) Harrison 13¢ purple black, horizontal pair, small hinge remnant, very fine. Cat $280.

$200

Extraordinary centering, rich colors, original gum, heavy hinge remnants, otherwise extremely fine gem. Cat $95.

587

603

Two attractive singles, fresh, original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine. Cat $90. 592

(298) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 8¢ BROWN VIOLET & BLACK, PAIR ......................................................... PH



MINT never hinged, reperforated at bottom, very fine appearance. (Copy of 2012 PSE Cert #01254855 for block). Cat $500. 585

602

Estimate

591

Extremely fine. OG, lightly hinged. Cat $75. 584

597

Estimate

USA Early 20th Century Issues, cont. 583

596

597



$500

(306) 1902 MARTHA WASHINGTON 8¢ VIOLET BLACK (PSE GRADED 98) ......................... PH $2000

Spectacular stamp, fresh, rich color, MINT never hinged. Exquisite centering, a superb beauty. (1999 PF Cert for block & 2007 PSE Graded Cert #01146735 Superb 98, Mint OGnh). (SMQ $2300)

$425

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine block of 4. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01263350, VF 80, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $520) (800) 782-0066 • www.RegencySuperior.com

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

605

606

Estimate

607

608

609

610

604

611

612

613

614

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

598



615



(306 var) 1902 MARTHA WASHINGTON 8¢ GRAY LILAC .............................................................. PH

Estimate

610



(307) 1903 WEBSTER 10¢ PALE RED BROWN ...... PH

$350



(307) 1903 WEBSTER 10¢ PALE RED BROWN ...... PH

$325

Choice example, deep, rich color, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (Copy of 2013 PSE Cert #01263355 for block) Cat $150. 601



(307) 1903 WEBSTER 10¢ PALE RED BROWN ...... PH

611





(308) 1902 HARRISON 13¢ PURPLE BLACK (JUMBO) .................................................................... PH

612





(308) 1902 HARRISON 13¢ PURPLE BLACK .......... PH

613

$115

604



(308) 1902 HARRISON 13¢ PURPLE BLACK, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

614





$110

605



(309) 1903 CLAY 15¢ OLIVE GREEN ....................... PH

$450



$125

(313) 1903 MARSHALL $5 DARK GREEN, BLOCK .................................................................................... PH $6500

(313) 1903 MARSHALL $5 DARK GREEN (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................... PH $2500

615 () (313) 1903 MARSHALL $5 DARK GREEN ............... PH $1250

Choice example of this tough stamp, rich color, unused, regummed, extremely fine. (2001 APS Cert #133536). Tough issue, Scott’s no gum value is too low. Cat $500 for no gum. 616



(313) 1903 MARSHALL $5 DARK GREEN ............... PH $1200

Rich color, slightly disturbed original gum, previously hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $2250. 617



(313) 1903 MARSHALL $5 DARK GREEN ............... PH

$300

Scarce stamp, light double oval postmark, fine. Cat $750.

MINT never hinged, reperforated at right, extremely fine appearance. (2008 PSE Cert #01035270) Cat $475. 606

(312) 1903 MADISON $2 DARK BLUE ..................... PH

Choice stamp, rich color. Fresh, extremely fine. Original gum, previously hinged. Nicest example we’ve seen! (2009 PSE Graded Cert #01214893 XF 90, Mint OGh). (SMQ $3000)

$225

An extremely fine block of 4, each stamp exhibiting uncharacteristically great centering. Block has full gum, hinge remnants. Cat $175.

$300

Scarce & desirable sound block of 4. Fresh, rich color, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. (2013 PF Cert #510154). Cat $11,000.

$300

Fresh, MINT never hinged, well balanced margins, extremely fine. (copy of PSE Cert for original block, this is lower right stamp) Cat $100.

(312) 1903 MADISON $2 DARK BLUE ..................... PH

Fresh color, registered double oval postmark, fine example of this difficult issue. Cat $225.

Huge JUMBO stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (1999 PF Cert #344683) Cat $100. 603

$300

Fresh color, disturbed original gum, hinge remnant, minor corner perf thin, otherwise very fine. (2008 APS Cert #184351) Cat $875.

Choice stamp, large, even margins, rich color, original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine. (Copy of 2013 PSE Cert #01263355 for block) Cat $60. 602

(312) 1903 MADISON $2 DARK BLUE ..................... PH

Very fine to extremely fine centering, sharp color, reperforated at right. Original gum, previously hinged. (2014 PSE Cert #01276229) Cat $875.

$135

Wide right margin plate number single (#2292). Fresh, MINT never hinged, sound, large margins, extremely fine. (2006 PF Cert #438729 for original block) Cat $150. 600

617

Estimate

Fresh, MINT never hinged, gray lilac shade. Sound, fine to very fine. (copy of PSE Cert for original block) Cat $100. 599

616

(311) 1903 FARRAGUT $1 BLACK (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................................................... PH $3500

Spectacular stamp, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Ex-Scarsdale, ex-Lyons. (1992 & 1999 PF Certs & 2004 PSE Graded Cert #00112912 XF 90, Mint OGnh). (SMQ $3450) 607



(311) 1903 FARRAGUT $1 BLACK ........................... PH $1500

Big stamp, perfectly centered. Natural straight edge with complete dividing line at right. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine! Cat $1900. 608



(311) 1903 FARRAGUT $1 BLACK ........................... PH

$350

Very fine stamp with crisp appearance. Very light disturbed gum (per cert). (2014 PSE Cert #01276228) Cat $625. 609



618



(312) 1903 MADISON $2 DARK BLUE (PSE GRADED 95) .................................................... PH $1300

Genuine, OG, previously hinged. Rich color, well centered, extremely fine to superb. (2009 PSE Graded Cert #01197370, XF-Sup 95, Mint OGph; 1990 PF Cert #0224649). (SMQ $1550) St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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(314A) 1908 GRANT 4¢ BROWN IMPERF ............ PH $29,000

A great rarity, fewer than 40 used examples have been recorded, fine to very fine appearing example, large margins, showing full Schermack perforations at right, to clear, fresh color, wavy line machine cancel. Small faults as usual for this issue. (1985 PF Cert #142333) Cat $52,500.

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Estimate

620 619

621

623 622

627

624

625

628X

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

629X



Estimate

625



(315) 1908 LINCOLN 5¢ BLUE IMPERF, RIGHT ARROW BLOCK (2013 PSE GRADED 90) ............... PH $2500



(315) 1908 LINCOLN 5¢ BLUE IMPERF, PAIR ......... PH $1500

Left margin horizontal pair, with big margins. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (copy of PF Cert for original block) Cat $1350. 621



(315) 1908 LINCOLN 5¢ BLUE IMPERF ................... PH

626





(315) 1908 LINCOLN 5¢ BLUE IMPERF ................... PH

$750

$500

627



A gorgeous MINT never hinged upper left corner wide margin single, diagonal crease affects upper left corner, sideographer’s initials in selvage, extremely fine showpiece. (2007 PF Cert #450378 for original block) Cat $650. 623



(315) 1908 LINCOLN 5¢ BLUE IMPERF (PSE GRADED 95) .................................................... PH



$300

(317) 1908 LINCOLN COIL 5¢ BLUE, PAIR ........... PH $15,000

A spectacular vertical PAIR with large margins all around. One of the nicest examples we have ever seen of this very RARE coil pair! Full original gum, hinge remnants. Red handstamps on back. Extremely fine, especially for this notoriously off-centered coil issue. A real showpiece that definitely would make a nice addition to your collection. (1989 PF Cert #0214691). Cat $17,500.

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(320b var) 1906 WASHINGTON 2¢ SCARLET, INTERNATIONAL VENDING MACHINE CO. COIL PAIR .................................................................. PH $2000

628/ (323-27) 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE 1¢-10¢, BLOCKS .................................................................... PH

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$750

Complete set of 5 blocks of 4, two 1¢ & two 3¢ MINT never hinged, rest hinged, figured as singles, fine to very fine. Cat $1610. 629



(323-27) 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE 1¢-10¢ ....... PH

$150

Complete set of 5, original gum, previously hinged, fine & better. Cat $325.

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$200

Rare horizontal VENDING COIL PAIR for the International Vending Machine Co. Fresh, MINT never hinged, rich, lush color. Very fine, with expertiser’s penciled initial on back, left stamp tiny natural paper fault at top of Washington’s head. A real eye pleaser! Scott values hinged at $2,000, adjusted Scott NH catalog $4,285. (1995 APS Cert #97194 & 2008 PF Cert #460187).

About as nice as they come, luxurious large margins on all sides. Original gum, previously hinged. (2014 PSE Graded Cert #01276230, XF-Sup 95, Mint OGph) (SMQ $340) 624

(319) 1903 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE, PLATE STRIP ............................................................ PH

Right plate and number strip of 3 (plate #1836). Exceptional centering and freshness, stamps MINT never hinged, lightly hinged in selvage, extremely fine and attractive, scarce this nice. Cat value for singles. Cat $45.

Wide top margin single, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (copy of PF Cert for original block) Cat $650. 622

(318) 1908 FRANKLIN COIL 1¢ BLUE GREEN, PAIR ......................................................................... PH $10,000

Magnificent copy of this RARE horizontal coil pair, perforated 12 vertically. Original gum, lightly hinged with pencil notation and expertiser’s marks on both stamps. Fresh sharp color with very fine centering. One of the best pairs known, makes for fantastic addition to your collection! (3 Expertizing Certificates: 2003 PF Cert #0393473; 1999 PSE Cert #36839; 1952 PF Cert signed by Steinway) Scott value is for grade of fine. Cat $15,000.

A fabulous, scarce wide right margin arrow block of 4. Post Office fresh, two stamps very lightly hinged (to the point where hinging is virtually invisible), bottom two stamps MINT never hinged. Extremely fine. Makes for a great showpiece! (2013 PSE Graded XF 90, Mint OGph, Cert #1262041). SMQ does not value Arrow blocks. Estimated cat $2850. 620

630

Estimate

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631X

Estimate

632X 633 634

635

637

638

636

644 639X

640

641X

642

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630



631



Estimate

(323) 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE 1¢ GREEN ...... PH

$135

Estimate

639



MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $65. (323-25) 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE 1¢-3¢ ......... PH

632/ (324-27) 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE 1¢-10¢ ....... PH

$250

Complete set of 5, the 1¢ OG, hinge remnant, small flaws, 2¢-10¢. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $805. 

(324) 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE 2¢ CARMINE .................................................................................... PH

634



(326) 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE 5¢ DARK BLUE, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

$450



(327) 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE 10¢ RED BROWN ............................................................. PH

641

637



(327) 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE 10¢ RED BROWN ............................................................. PH



642





(327) 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE 10¢ RED BROWN ............................................................. PH

643



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(331-42) 1908-09 WASHINGTON 1¢-$1 .................... PH

$625

(331a) 1908 FRANKLIN 1¢ GREEN, BOOKLET PANE .......................................................................... PH

$200

(332, 583, 610, 641) 1908-27 FOUR NH GEMS ............

$150

Four CHOICE singles, #583 lower right plate #18631 single, all with large, even margins, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb singles. 644



(BK20) 1908 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE, FULL BOOKLET ........................................................ PH

$750

Full booklet with two panes of 6 and cover type BC2A, Furman variety I-n. Panes are positions A & H; position H only appears once in the 180- subject pane. Stamps fine to very fine, booklet intact, some writing on front cover. Cat $1250. 645



$150

$100

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $325.

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$125

Choice booklet pane of 6, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $300.

Fresh, original gum, light hinge, very fine. Cat $130. 638

(330) 1907 JAMESTOWN 5¢ BLUE .......................... PH

Complete set of 12. Original gum, disturbed/hinge remnants, fine to very fine. Cat $1210.

$325

Top left corner margin single. MINT never hinged, very fine. (Copy of 2012 PSAG Cert #0562276 for block). Cat $330.

$100

Big stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $310.

Fresh block of 4, bottom stamps MINT never hinged, top stamps hinged, figured as singles, fine to very fine. Cat $920. 636



$575

Bottom margin block of 4 with imprint. MINT never hinged, very fine. (2012 PSE Cert #01257308) CV for singles. Cat $800. 635/ (327) 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE 10¢ RED BROWN, BLOCK .............................................. PH

640

$150

Bottom margin example with imprint, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $65.

(328-29) 1907 JAMESTOWN 1¢ GREEN & 2¢ CARMINE .............................................................. PH

Two MINT never hinged singles: 1¢ VF with copy of PSE for original block; 2¢ VF bottom margin single with partial imprint. Cat $140.

$125

Three different values, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $315.

633

645

(333) 1908 WASHINGTON 3¢ DEEP VIOLET, BLOCK (PSE GRADED 85 JUMBO) ...................................... PH

$500

Fresh, MINT never hinged JUMBO block of 4, very fine to extremely fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01263327, VF-XF 85J, Mint OGnh) SMQ value for 85, with no premium for Jumbo or block. (SMQ $420) Cat $300.

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Estimate

647X

Estimate

648

650

651

652

646 649 655

653

658X

659

660



(333) 1908 WASHINGTON 3¢ DEEP VIOLET, PLATE STRIP ............................................................ PH

(336, 443) 1909-14 WASHINGTON 6¢ RED ORANGE & 1¢ GREEN COIL .................................................... PH





$375 656

(337) 1908 WASHINGTON 8¢ OLIVE GREEN .......... PH



657





(338) 1909 WASHINGTON 10¢ YELLOW, PLATE SINGLE .......................................................... PH

658

650



(338) 1909 WASHINGTON 10¢ YELLOW, PAIR ....... PH



659



$150

Fresh, MINT never hinged horizontal pair. Sound, fine. (copy of 2013 PSE Cert for original block). Cat $320. 651



(340) 1909 WASHINGTON 15¢ PALE ULTRA .......... PH



(340) 1909 WASHINGTON 15¢ PALE ULTRA .......... PH

$250

$125

Fresh, extremely fine, original gum, lightly hinged. (Copy of 2013 PSE Cert #01271001 for block) Cat $65. 653



(341) 1909 WASHINGTON 50¢ VIOLET (PSE GRADED 95) .................................................... PH

654



(341) 1909 WASHINGTON 50¢ VIOLET (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................... PH

660



(342) 1909 WASHINGTON $1 VIOLET BROWN ...... PH

$125

(343-44) 1909 WASHINGTON IMPERF 1¢ & 2¢ (JUMBOS) .................................................................. PH

$200

(344) 1908 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE IMPERF, BLOCK W/ PLATE # (PSE GRADED 100) ................ PH

$200

(346) 1909 WASHINGTON IMPERF 4¢ ORANGE BROWN (JUMBO) .................................... PH

$175

Huge bottom margin single with part imprint and sizable pieces of adjacent stamps. MINT never hinged with normal gum skips in bottom selvage. Extremely fine GEM!

$650

Beautiful stamp, spectacular centering, fresh, original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine to superb. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01256146, XF-Sup 95, Mint OGh). (SMQ $850)

$150

MINT never hinged left margin block of 4 with partial imprint, plate #4905 and sideographer’s initials. Shows adjoining stamps all around. Fresh, perfect GEM. Not valued as such in SMQ; Scott CV for VF. (2013 PSE Cert #01274397, graded Gem 100, Mint OGnh) Estimated cat $44.

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (Copy of 2013 PSE Cert #01271001 for block) Cat $150. 652

(342) 1909 WASHINGTON $1 VIOLET BROWN ...... PH

Both stamps with huge margins, 1¢ with part imprint at bottom (bottom selvage gum skips as normally found), and 2¢ with plate #5114 and star at top. MINT never hinged, extremely fine GEMS!

$300

Pretty top plate #4944 single, wide top, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01272820) Cat $160.

$200

Exceptional centering and margins, fresh color, light cancel, couple nibbed perfs lower right, otherwise extremely fine. Cat $100.

$150 $200

(341) 1909 WASHINGTON 50¢ VIOLET ................... PH

Fresh, fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $500.

Rich color, fresh, MINT never hinged (light fingerprint), extremely fine. Cat $105. 649

663

Choice stamp, fresh and bright, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. Cat $300.

Two stunning extremely fine used GEMS! 648

662

Estimate

655

Left margin vertical strip of 3 with wide selvage, imprint & plate #4925. Fresh, extremely fine, MINT never hinged. Catalog for singles. (2011 PSE Cert #01235702). Cat $225. 647

661

Estimate

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657

654

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646

656

661



(348) 1908 FRANKLIN COIL 1¢ GREEN, PAIR ........ PH

$250

Postally used vertical coil pair. Couple perf separations at left. Both stamps extremely fine centering. (1999 APS Cert #118799). Cat $140.

$500

Fresh, extremely fine top part imprint single, original gum, lightly hinged. (2011 PSE Graded Cert #01240002, XF 90, Mint OGph) Cat $525. (800) 782-0066 • www.RegencySuperior.com

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Estimate

Estimate

665

664

666

668

671

672

669

673

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

662



674



(349) 1909 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE, LINE PAIR .................................................................. PH



670

(350) 1910 WASHINGTON COIL 4¢ ORANGE BROWN .................................................................................... PH

(351) 1909 WASHINGTON COIL 5¢ BLUE, GUIDE LINE PAIR .................................................................. PH





(353) 1909 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE, LINE PAIR .................................................................. PH $1200

(353) 1909 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE, LINE PAIR .................................................................. PH



(354) 1909 WASHINGTON COIL 4¢ ORANGE BROWN, LINE PAIR .................................................................. PH $2000

An extremely fine horizontal guide line pair. Large margins, a real GEM! Original gum, with only the barest trace of hinging. A real eye pleaser. (2004 PF Cert #0415408). Cat $1400. 668







(354) 1909 WASHINGTON COIL 4¢ ORANGE BROWN, PAIR ........................................................................... PH

672



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(355) 1909 WASHINGTON COIL 5¢ BLUE, LINE PAIR .................................................................. PH

$700

(356) 1909 WASHINGTON COIL 10¢ YELLOW, LINE PAIR .................................................................. PH $8500

(356) 1909 WASHINGTON COIL 10¢ YELLOW ....... PH $2700

Lightly hinged, purple owner’s mark on back. Very fine for this scarce issue. Genuine coil. (2000 APS Cert #124764 for original pair) Cat $3500. 673



(356) 1909 WASHINGTON COIL 10¢ YELLOW ....... PH $1250

Good color, wide margins top & bottom, at left. Original gum, lightly hinged, fine. Nice example of this scarce coil. (2008 PSE Cert #01182921) Cat $3500. 674



(357) 1909 FRANKLIN 1¢ GREEN BLUISH PAPER, USED IMPRINT BLOCK ............................................ PH

$500

Rare used bottom imprint block of 4, lightly canceled, very fine and attractive. Cat value does not include premium for imprint. (1972 APS Cert #13358). Cat $750. 675



(358) 1909 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE, BLUISH PAPER ......................................................... PH

$200

Big stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01263319 for block) Cat $170. 676



(359) 1909 WASHINGTON 3¢ DEEP VIOLET, BLUISH PAPER ......................................................... PH $3250

Pretty stamp, rich color. Very fine for this tough issue. MINT never hinged, scarce thus. Nice example of this scarce issue. (1993 PF Cert #269841). Cat $4000. 677



$650

Rare used pair, 3mm spacing, double oval postmarks, very fine. (2012 PSE Cert #01256149). Cat $825.

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677

Rare coil guide line pair. Original gum, previously hinged, better than usual centering for this tough issue, very fine for this. (1992 PF Cert #263056). Cat $16,000.

(354) 1909 WASHINGTON COIL 4¢ ORANGE BROWN, LINE PAIR (PSE GRADED 85) .................................. PH $1500

Choice line pair, fresh, very fine to extremely fine. Original gum, previously hinged. (2010 PF Graded Cert #486434, VF-XF 85) (SMQ $1750) 669

671

$750

Horizontal coil guide line pair. Fresh, OG, very lightly hinged, tall stamps, very fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01268379). Cat $750. 667

676

Fresh color, mount disturbed original gum, previously hinged, right stamp with small thin spot, extremely fine appearing. (2013 PF Cert #514530) Cat $1500.

$800

Horizontal guide line pair. Rich color, fresh, full OG, lightly hinged. Tremendous centering, extremely fine. (2012 PSE Cert #01257312) Cat $750. 666



$200

Fresh, original gum, previously hinged, rich color, very fine. (2013 PF Cert #515979) Cat $1075. 665

675

Estimate

$850

Choice stamp, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, extremely fine. (Copy of 2007 PF Cert #447130 for pair; 1994 PF Cert #284891 for pair) Cat $140. 664

670

Estimate

Choice line pair, exceptional centering and freshness, complete vertical guide line at left, original gum, very lightly hinged, extremely fine. Rare this nice. (1983 PF Cert #118855 & 2012 PSE Cert #01257232). Cat $550. 663

667

(360) 1909 WASHINGTON 4¢ ORANGE BROWN, BLUISH PAPER ....................................................... PH $21,000

One of the rarest of the 20th century issues, the 4¢ & 8¢ bluish papers were not regularly issued and fewer than 100 of each reached the philatelic world. Fresh, very fine for this notoriously off-centered issue, tiny natural inclusion at center, full original gum, lightly hinged. (2013 PF Cert #513804) Cat $27,500.

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

678

Estimate

679

681

685

Estimate

682

683

687X

688

690

691

684

686

689 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014 







Rich color, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. (2013 PF Cert #514531) Cat $1600. 682



(365) 1909 WASHINGTON 13¢ BLUE GREEN, BLUISH PAPER ......................................................... PH $2000

Fresh, original gum, previously hinged with partial purple handstamp on gum. Large margins, fine to very fine. (2011 PSE Cert #01231784). Cat $2600. 683



685



(366) 1909 WASHINGTON 15¢ PALE ULTRAMARINE, BLUISH PAPER ......................................................... PH $2500

Pretty example, MINT never hinged, very fine. (1981 PF Cert #99 290 for vertical pair, this is bottom stamp; 2013 PSE Cert #01272803) Cat $3000.

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(369) 1909 LINCOLN CENTENARY 2¢ CARMINE, BLUISH PAPER ......................................................... PH

686



(377) 1911 WASHINGTON 4¢ BROWN, PLATE SINGLE .................................................................................... PH

50

$250

$150

Top plate #6010 single. Nice wide top, big stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (1989 PF Cert #214862). Cat $70. 687



(377-78) 1911 WASHINGTON 4¢ BROWN & 5¢ BLUE ..................................................................... PH

$135

Two very fine singles, both MINT never hinged. The 4¢ with gum skip at bottom, fresh and attractive. Cat $140. 688



(377) 1911 WASHINGTON 4¢ BROWN (JUMBO) .... PH

$125

Choice stamp, rich color, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine Jumbo. Cat $70. 689



(378) 1911 WASHINGTON 5¢ BLUE (JUMBO) ........ PH

$500

Absolutely huge margins all around, socked-on-the-nose Vancouver, WA, handstamp cancel. Sound, superb JUMBO. 690



(380) 1911 WASHINGTON 8¢ OLIVE GREEN .......... PH

$325

Fresh color, reperfed at bottom, gorgeous extremely fine appearance. Mint, never hinged. (2007 PF Cert #458714) Cat $225. 691



(381) 1911 WASHINGTON 10¢ YELLOW ................. PH

$175

Fresh color, original gum, previously hinged, well centered, extremely fine. 692



(385) 1910 FRANKLIN COIL 1¢ GREEN, LINE PAIR (PSE SLABBED 75) ................................................... PH

$250

Fine to very fine, original gum, hinge remnant. (PSE Slab #01198212, F-VF 75, Mint OGh) (SMQ $275) 693



(386) 1910 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE, LINE PAIR (PSE GRADED 85) .................................. PH $1400

Deep shade, fresh, original gum, previously hinged, very fine to extremely fine. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01256152, VF-XF 85, Mint OGh). (SMQ $1650)

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$650

Left margin single with part imprint and graffiti, original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine. (2012 PSE Cert #01249194 for vertical pair of which this is top stamp) Cat $150.

(363) 1909 WASHINGTON 8¢ OLIVE GREEN, BLUISH PAPER .................................................... PH $27,500

(364) 1909 WASHINGTON 10¢ YELLOW, BLUISH PAPER ......................................................... PH $1500

(369) 1909 LINCOLN CENTENARY 2¢ CARMINE BLUISH PAPER ......................................................... PH

Left margin single with partial imprint and initials. Gorgeous copy, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (copy of PSE Cert for original pair) Cat $320.

(362) 1909 WASHINGTON 6¢ RED ORANGE, BLUISH PAPER ......................................................... PH $1250

A great modern rarity with rich provenance, the 4¢ & 8¢ blue papers were not regularly issued, but approximately 80 of each later reached the philatelic community. Fresh example, rich color, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine & choice. One of the nicest examples known. Signed R.H.Weill Co, and with three PF Certs going back to the 1957 submission by him. (2005 PF Cert #425370, Rupp Bros; 1999 PF Cert #339477, Rupp Bros; 1957 PF Cert #8684, R.H.Weill Co.) Cat $30,000. 681



(361) 1909 WASHINGTON 5¢ BLUE, BLUISH PAPER ......................................................... PH $2500

Choice example of this scarce issue, fresh and bright, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. Rare this nice. (Copy of 2013 PSE Cert #01272798 for pair) Cat $1250. 680

Estimate

684

A well centered example of this rare stamp. Rich color, original gum, previously hinged, nibbed perfs at right, otherwise very fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01273084) Cat $5750. 679

693

Estimate

USA Early 20th Century Issues, cont. 678

692

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694

Estimate

695

Estimate

696

699

701 697 700 698

703

705X

706

702

707

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

694





(387) 1910 FRANKLIN COIL 1¢ GREEN (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................... PH

(388) 1910 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE ........ PH



701



(389) 1911 WASHINGTON COIL 3¢ DEEP VIOLET TYPE I, ORANGEBURG COIL .................................. PH $7000

(390) 1910 FRANKLIN COIL 1¢ GREEN, LINE PAIR .................................................................................... PH



(392) 1910 FRANKLIN COIL 1¢ GREEN, LINE PAIR (PSE SLABBED 75) ................................................... PH

699



(393) 1910 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE, LINE PAIR .................................................................. PH

702



703





(393) 1910 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE, LINE PAIR (PSE GRADED 85) .................................. PH

704



705



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(394) 1911 WASHINGTON COIL 3¢ DEEP VIOLET TYPE I, GUIDE LINE PAIR ........................................ PH

$230

(394-95) 1911-12 WASHINGTON COIL 3¢ DEEP VIOLET & 4¢ BROWN .................................... PH

$150

(394, 396) 1911-13 WASHINGTON COIL 3¢ DEEP VIOLET & 5¢ BLUE ........................................ PH

$230

Both postally used, each with guide line at margin. Extremely fine. Cat $135. 706



(395) 1912 WASHINGTON COIL 4¢ BROWN (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................... PH

$135

Extremely fine used single, wavy line machine cancel. (2012 PSE Cert #01256897, Graded XF 90, Used). (SMQ $150) 707



(396) 1913 WASHINGTON COIL 5¢ BLUE, GUIDE LINE PAIR (PSE GRADED 90) .................................. PH

$550

Great centering, rich color, original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine. (2006 PSE Graded Cert #01066357, XF 90, Mint OGh) (SMQ $600) 708



Horizontal coil guide line pair. OG, lightly hinged, very fine to extremely fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01267218, VF-XF 85, Mint OGph; 1980 PF Cert #84694). (SMQ $290) St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

$115

Two beautiful coil singles, 4¢ is paste-up, original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine. Cat $120.

$425

$250

(393) 1910 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE, LINE PAIR (PSE SLABBED 70) ................................ PH

Scarce used guide line pair, fine. Cat $650.

Fresh, MINT never hinged, rich color, fine to very fine. (1979 PF Cert #79,750) Cat $650. 700

$225

Fresh, fine, original gum, hinge remnant. (PSE Slab #01198215, F 70, Mint OGh) (SMQ $120)

$250

MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. (PSE Slab #01198213, F-VF 75, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $215)

(393) 1910 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE, LINE PAIR .................................................................. PH

Fresh, very fine, original gum, hinge remnant. (PSE Slab #01198217, VF 80, Mint OGh) (SMQ $240)

$150

Nicely centered, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (1982 APS Cert #48530) Cat $72. 698



$500

Tough stamp, the famous ‘Orangeburg’ coil. Rich color, wavy line machine cancel, fine centering as valued by Scott. A rare opportunity to acquire a sound example of this difficult issue. (2012 PF Cert #5050621; 2000 PSE Cert #42611) Cat $10,500. 697

Estimate

$175

Scarce coil from certified pair. Fresh, original gum, previously hinged, fine. (Copy of 2008 PF Cert #466421 for pair) Cat $1300. 696

708

Estimate

Outstanding single, with near-perfect centering on all sides. Original gum, slightly disturbed. (2014 PSE Graded Cert #01276232, XF 90, Mint DOG) (SMQ $295) 695

704X

(396) 1913 WASHINGTON COIL 5¢ BLUE, LINE PAIR .................................................................. PH

$350

Fresh, very fine (right stamp a gem), original gum, very lightly hinged. (1987 PF Cert #181125) Cat $425.

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Estimate

709

Estimate

710X 711

712

714

713

718

719

716

721

717

720

722

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

th

719

USA Early 20 Century Issues, cont. 709



Estimate

(396) 1913 WASHINGTON COIL 5¢ BLUE ............... PH



$200

$450

720



Complete set of 5, No. 400 original gum, lightly hinged, very fine, others MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $760. 711



(397) 1913 PANAMA-PACIFIC 1¢ GREEN ................ PH

$115

$150

721





(399) 1913 PANAMA-PACIFIC 5¢ BLUE, BLOCK .... PH

722



714



(399) 1913 PANAMA-PACIFIC 5¢ BLUE ................... PH

715



(399, 401) PANAMA-PACIFIC 1¢ & 5¢ ......................................................... View photo online



(400) 1913 PANAMA-PACIFIC 10¢ ORANGE YELLOW .................................................................................... PH

$500

Bottom plate #6135 single, large margins. Stamp MINT never hinged, previously hinged in selvage, very fine and attractive. (2012 PSE Cert #01249149). Cat $270. 717



(400) 1913 PANAMA-PACIFIC 10¢ ORANGE YELLOW, PAIR ........................................................................... PH

$250

Top left margin pair (vertical). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $540. 718



(400A) 1913 PANAMA-PACIFIC 10¢ ORANGE (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH

$450

Fresh & bright, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. (2010 PSE Graded Cert #01222274, VF-XF 85, Mint OGnh). (SMQ $525)

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$125

(404) 1915 PANAMA-PACIFIC 10¢ ORANGE PERF 10 ..................................................................... PH $1100

(404) 1915 PANAMA-PACIFIC 10¢ ORANGE, PERF 10 ..................................................................... PH

$500

Exceptional example, vivid color, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, extremely fine and choice. (2008 PSE Cert #01154177) Cat $725. 724



(404) 1915 PANAMA-PACIFIC 10¢ ORANGE PERF 10, BLOCK ...................................................... PH

$250

Very fine block of 4 with light oval cancels. Few nibbed perfs, reinforced perfs at right. Cat $500. 725/ (405-06) 1912 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN & 2¢ CARMINE, JUMBO BLOCKS .............................. PH

$150

Two MINT blocks of 4, both extremely fine with Jumbo margins. The 1¢ top pair lightly hinged, bottom pair MNH; 2¢ MNH. Cat $107. 726



(407) 1914 WASHINGTON 7¢ BLACK (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH

$325

Fresh, MINT never hinged wide top margin plate number single (plate #6919). Very fine to extremely fine. (2011 PSE Cert #01233435, Graded VF-XF 85, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $225) 727/ (408 var) 1914 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN, KANSAS CITY ROULETTES ......... View photo online

$200

Selection includes two blocks of 4 and vertical pair. Vertical pair and bottom pair of one block are never hinged, other 6 stamps hinged. Very fine. Estimated cat $250.

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$125

Both MINT never hinged: 1¢ perf 10 & 5¢ perf 12. Both fine to very fine with large margins and strong color. Cat $220. 716

723

$115

Fresh, MINT never hinged, large margins, rich color, very fine. Cat $160.

(400A) 1913 PANAMA-PACIFIC 10¢ ORANGE (JUMBO) .................................................................... PH

Fresh and bright, MINT never hinged, very fine right margin single. (2013 PSE Cert #01272817) Cat $1100.

$450

Fresh, MINT never hinged block of 4. Very fine, lower right stamp is extremely fine beauty. (2009 PSE Cert #01204006). Estimated cat $686.

$200

Super JUMBO. Postally used with duplex cancel. Rich color, huge margins, well centered. Superb. Cat $20.

Block of 4, top pair lightly hinged, bottom pair MINT never hinged. Extremely fine. (2007 PSE Cert #01150328) Cat $116. 713

(400A) 1913 PANAMA-PACIFIC 10¢ ORANGE ........ PH

Bright & fresh, MINT never hinged, sound, fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01261231 for original block) Cat $400.

Choice top margin single, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $40. 712/ (398) 1913 PANAMA-PACIFIC 2¢ CARMINE, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

$200

Handsome example, fresh and bright, original gum, lightly hinged, extremely fine and choice. (2014 PSE Graded Cert #01276234, XF 90, Mint OGph) (SMQ $275) Cat $190.

Choice beauty, fresh color, lightly canceled, tiny inclusion which is barely visible, still an extremely fine Gem. Cat $67. 710/ (397-400A) 1913-15 PANAMA-PACIFIC 1¢-10¢, PERF 12 ..................................................................... PH

(400A) 1913 PANAMA-PACIFIC 10¢ ORANGE (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................... PH

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

723

724X

Estimate

725X

731

726

728

729

730

732

733

738

739

734

740



730







(411) 1912 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE, LINE PAIR (PSE GRADED 85) .................................. PH



736



$110 737

(415) 1914 FRANKLIN 9¢ SALMON RED, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

738

(415) 1914 FRANKLIN 9¢ SALMON RED, PLATE STRIP ............................................................ PH

$230



(415) 1914 FRANKLIN 9¢ SALMON RED ................. PH

$175

Choice stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $120. 733



(419) 1914 FRANKLIN 20¢ ULTRAMARINE ............. PH

$175





(419) 1914 FRANKLIN 20¢ ULTRAMARINE (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH

$125

Beautiful and very fine to extremely fine stamp, extraordinary freshness and color, lightly hinged, with ‘slightly disturbed gum’ (per cert), mentioned for accuracy. (2014 PSE Graded Cert #01276235, VF-XF 85, Mint DOG) (SMQ $175) Cat $190.

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(421) 1914 FRANKLIN 50¢ VIOLET SL WMK .......... PH

$250

(421) 1914 FRANKLIN 50¢ VIOLET SL WMK .......... PH

$115

Great stamp, fresh color, part box cancel, very fine to extremely fine. SMQ for 90 is $130, for 95 is $350. Cat $30. 

(422) 1914 FRANKLIN 50¢ VIOLET DL WMK (JUMBO) .................................................................... PH $1500

Choice JUMBO stamp with huge margins. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $525. 739



(423) 1915 FRANKLIN $1 VIOLET BROWN ............. PH

$300

Handsome stamp, rich color, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. (Copy of 2012 PSE Cert #01257282 for block) Cat $475. 740



(423) 1915 FRANKLIN $1 VIOLET BROWN ............. PH

$250

Big stamp, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. Cat $475. 741



Choice stamp, fresh, extremely fine, original gum, lightly hinged. (1989 PF Cert #216640) Cat $190. 734

$250

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. (Copy of 1977 PF Cert #60624 for block) Cat $800.

MINT never hinged vertical guide line pair. Fresh, sound, very fine to extremely fine. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01258412, VF-XF 85, Mint OGnh). (SMQ $140) $300

(421) 1914 FRANKLIN 50¢ VIOLET SL WMK .......... PH

Fresh, very fine, original gum, very lightly hinged. (2007 PSE Cert #01150331) Cat $350.

$325

Bottom plate strip of 3, plate #6905 below center stamp. Fresh color, very fine. Original gum, center stamp hinge remnant, outer stamps MINT never hinged. Cat $292. 732

742 Estimate

735

Fresh, MINT never hinged block of 4. Right two stamps FVF, left two stamps VF. Estimated cat $502. 731

737

Estimate

(411) 1910 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE, LINE PAIR .................................................................. PH

Beautiful line pair, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb. (2013 PF Cert #515982) Cat $125. 729

736

741

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

728

735

(BK41) 1914 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN, FULL BOOKLET ........................................................ PH

$300

Full booklet of four panes of 6, each one from better position H. Cover type II-g also has premium in Furman. Minor scuff on back cover, overall fine to very fine. Cat $300. 742



(BK41) 1914 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN, FULL BOOKLET ........................................................ PH

$250

Full booklet of four panes of 6, each one from better position B. Cover type II-f. Light foxing and wrinkle on cover, fine to very fine. Cat $300.

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Estimate

743X

Estimate

745

746X

747

748

744

751 749

752

750 Estimate

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(426-27, 435) 1914 WASHINGTON-FRANKLIN 3¢-12¢, BLOCKS ....................................................... PH

(426 var) 1914 WASHINGTON 3¢ DEEP VIOLET, BLOCK, ‘PINK BACK’ ............................................... PH



(427) 1914 WASHINGTON 4¢ BROWN ..................... PH

$225

747/ (428) 1914 WASHINGTON 5¢ BLUE, BLOCK .......... PH

752



$135

753





(428) 1914 WASHINGTON 5¢ BLUE, BLOCK .......... PH

$125

754





(430) 1914 WASHINGTON 7¢ BLACK (JUMBO) ..... PH

755



750



(430) 1914 WASHINGTON 7¢ BLACK, PLATE SINGLE .......................................................... PH

$150

(440) 1915 FRANKLIN 50¢ VIOLET .......................... PH

$300

(440) 1915 FRANKLIN 50¢ VIOLET .......................... PH

$125

(441) 1914 WASHINGTON COIL 1¢ GREEN, CHOICE PAIRS (WHOLESALE) ...................................

$100

Choice group of 37 fresh, MINT never hinged pairs. Very fine to extremely fine. Cat $213. 756



(441-42) 1914 WASHINGTON COILS 1¢-2¢ LINE PAIRS ................................................................ PH

$150

Two CHOICE line pairs, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (#442 with 1993 PF Cert #275849 for strip). Cat $147. 757



(443) 1914 WASHINGTON COIL 1¢ GREEN, GUIDE LINE PASTE-UP PAIR ................................... PH

$400

Choice guide line paste-up pair, rich color on fresh white paper, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (1980 PF Cert #85,273) Cat $325. 758



(444) 1914 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE, LINE PAIR .................................................................. PH

$750

A MINT never hinged guide line pair. Fresh, light pencil mark on gum, extremely fine. (2011 PSE Cert #01231777) Cat $650.

$400

Spectacular top margin single, wide top, Post Office fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine Jumbo. (Copy of 2012 PSE Cert #01251595 for pair) Cat $200.

$110

Choice used example, large, even margins, fresh color, extremely fine JUMBO. Cat $20.

Big USED block of 4, bright color, duplex cancels, extremely fine. 749

(439) 1914 FRANKLIN 30¢ ORANGE RED, PLATE SINGLE .......................................................... PH

Fresh, very fine, trivial margin inclusion lower left, original gum, lightly hinged. (1980 PF Cert #81152) Cat $450.

Very fine block of 4, original gum, top pair lightly hinged, bottom pair MINT never hinged, bottom right stamp light pencil notation to gum. CV for one NH & three hinged stamps. Cat $173. 748

$425

Bottom plate #6914, fiery orange color, original gum, hinge remnants, fine. Cat $220.

$425

Scott No. 427, wide margins on upper right corner block of 9, MINT never hinged, fine centering; Scott No. 430 top margin block of 6, two stamps large gum skips, others MINT never hinged, fine centering. CV as singles. Cat $1655.

(438) 1914 FRANKLIN 20¢ ULTRAMARINE ............. PH

Fresh, MINT never hinged single with exceptional centering, reperforated at right. (2009 PSE Cert #01214906) Cat $430.

$150

Choice stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $75. 746/ (427, 430) 1914 WASHINGTON 4¢ BROWN & 7¢ BLACK, BLOCKS ................................................. PH



$375

Top margin block of 9 with aniline ink ‘pink back’ effect. MINT never hinged, lower right stamp corner crease, otherwise sound, fine to very fine and better centering. Scott catalog for regular singles. Cat $292. 745

Estimate

751

Three blocks: #426 top margin block of 6 with plate #6878 above right stamp, #427 & 435 blocks of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat value for singles. Cat $735. 744

754 756X

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743

753

759



(446) 1914 WASHINGTON COIL 4¢ BROWN (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH

$200

Attractive example, fresh color, wavy-line machine cancel, very fine to extremely fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01271004, VF-XF 85, Used) (SMQ $220)

Top plate #6919 single. Big stamp, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $200. (800) 782-0066 • www.RegencySuperior.com

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

757

Estimate

758

761

759

765

760

763

766

767

764 768

769

771

772

773

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

760



770

Estimate

(446) 1914 WASHINGTON COIL 4¢ BROWN, PAIR ........................................................................... PH

Estimate

768



$150

Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $300. 761



(447) 1914 WASHINGTON COIL 5¢ BLUE, LINE PAIR .................................................................. PH



(447, 458) 1914-16 WASHINGTON COIL 5¢ BLUE SINGLES ......................... View photo online

769





(448) 1915 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN ...................... PH

$135 $110

Choice stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb. (2013 PSE Cert #01263333). Cat $16. 764



(449) 1915 WASHINGTON ROTARY COIL 2¢ RED TYPE I, LINE PAIR ....................................... PH $5000

A MINT never hinged line pair of this 20th century RARITY. Average centering. Pretty shade and post office fresh gum. Opportunities to own this gem don’t come up often. Ex-Cook. (1982 PF Cert #110995, for strip of 4). Cat $28,000. 765



766



770



(453) 1914 WASHINGTON ROTARY COIL 2¢ CARMINE TYPE I, LINE PAIR ............................. PH

771





(455) 1915 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE, LINE PAIR .................................................................. PH

772



773



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(458) 1916 WASHINGTON COIL 5¢ BLUE ............... PH

$150

(459) 1914 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE TYPE I IMPERF, STRIP W/ LINE PAIR ..................... PH $1200

(459) 1914 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE I IMPERF, PAIR ............................................................ PH

$350

Fresh, rich color, MINT never hinged, small gum disturbance bottom of left stamp and minor natural gum skips, fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01268472) Cat $600. 774



Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb. (1986 PF Cert #164395) Cat $105.

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$150

Fresh, MINT never hinged coil strip of 4 with joint line pair at center. Normal crease as issued at center, minor natural gum skips, very fine. Valued as pair with crease + two singles. (2013 PSE Cert #01268574). Cat $1425.

$450

$250

(458) 1916 WASHINGTON ROTARY COIL 5¢ BLUE, PAIR ........................................................... PH

Choice single, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $150.

Joint line pair, MINT never hinged, natural horizontal gum skip, sound, fine. Cat $1450. 767

$200

Extremely fine MINT never hinged pair. Cat $150.

(449) 1915 WASHINGTON ROTARY COIL 2¢ RED TYPE I .......................................................... PH $1200

Top stamp from certed pair, original gum, previously hinged, fine. (Copy of 2013 PSE Cert #01270954 for pair). Cat $2500.

(458) 1916 WASHINGTON COIL 5¢ BLUE, JOINT LINE PAIR (PSAG GRADED 85) ................... PH

Great centering, fresh, undervalued line pair, original gum, previously hinged, very fine to extremely fine. (2013 PSAG Graded Cert #0564764, 85 ogPH) (SMQ $165)

Two different coil singles, very fine. Cat $145. 763

(456) 1916 WASHINGTON ROTARY COIL 3¢ VIOLET TYPE I, PAIR (JUMBO) .......................... PH $1500

Beautifully centered and exceptionally fresh horizontal pair, a real JUMBO! Original gum, small hinge remnant left stamp, right stamp MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2010 PSAG Cert #0556884). Cat value as singles. Cat $700.

$325

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. (2013 PSAG Cert #0563406). Cat $525. 762

774

(459) 1914 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE I IMPERF ...................................................................... PH

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged, light, nearly imperceptible, vertical gum crease at left, otherwise very fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01268519) Cat $275.

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Estimate

Estimate

776 777 778

779

781

775

782

788

780

783

789

784

790

785

791

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014







(460) 1915 FRANKLIN $1 VIOLET BLACK .............. PH $1250



(460) 1915 FRANKLIN $1 VIOLET BLACK .............. PH

$350

784



(460) 1915 FRANKLIN $1 VIOLET BLACK, BLOCK .................................................................................... PH

$300

779





(461) 1915 WASHINGTON 2¢ PALE CARMINE RED (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH

785



$400 786

(461) 1915 WASHINGTON 2¢ PALE CARMINE RED .................................................................................... PH

787

$230

780



(464) 1916 WASHINGTON 3¢ VIOLET ..................... PH





(466) 1916 WASHINGTON 5¢ BLUE (JUMBO) ........ PH



$200

782



(468) 1916 WASHINGTON 6¢ ORANGE (JUMBO) .................................................................................... PH $1100

Beautiful stamp, fresh and bright, MINT never hinged, a Superb Jumbo! (1999 PF Cert #345393)

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(472) 1916 FRANKLIN 10¢ ORANGE YELLOW (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH

(475) 1916 FRANKLIN 15¢ GRAY ............................. PH

(475) 1916 FRANKLIN 15¢ GRAY ............................. PH

788



(476) 1916 FRANKLIN 20¢ LIGHT ULTRAMARINE (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................... PH

56

$125

$250

$125

$200

Choice example, fresh and bright, slightly disturbed original gum, lightly hinged, extremely fine. (2014 PSE Graded Cert #01276236, XF 90, Mint DOG; 2005 PSE Cert #00133528) (SMQ $300) Cat $225. 789



(477) 1917 FRANKLIN 50¢ LIGHT VIOLET .............. PH

$450

Fresh, big stamp, fine to very fine. Original gum, previously hinged. (2001 PSE Cert #52783) Cat $900. 790



(478) 1916 FRANKLIN $1 VIOLET BLACK (PF GRADED 80) ....................................................... PH

$500

Fresh, original gum, very lightly hinged, very fine. (2012 PF Graded Cert #506659, VF 80). (SMQ $590)

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$600

Fresh, original gum, very fine and attractive. Cat $225.

$250

Beautiful stamp, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, extremely fine Jumbo. Cat $70.

(471) 1916 FRANKLIN 9¢ SALMON RED, MULTIPLE .................................................................. PH

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. (Copy of 2012 PSE Cert #01257305 for block). Cat $400.

Handsome top margin single. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (1999 PF Cert #0344580). Cat $175. 781

$250

Very fine to extremely fine single from graded block, fresh and bright, original gum, previously hinged. (Copy of 2013 PSE Graded Cert #01272812 for block, VF-XF 85, Mint OGph) Cat $100.

Lovely example, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01272832, VF-XF 85, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $420) Bottom margin plate single (plate #7259). MINT never hinged, fresh, fine to very fine. (copy of PSE Cert for original plate block) Cat $325.

(470) 1916 FRANKLIN 8¢ OLIVE GREEN, PLATE SINGLE (PSE GRADED 90) ......................... PH

Horizontal block of 8, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $1000.

Postally used block of 4 with Boston duplex cancels. Small corner thin, fine to very fine. Cat $750. 778

795

Top plate #5724 single, huge tab. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01251583, XF 90, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $250)

Rich color, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. Cat $675. 777

794

Estimate

783

Fresh, MINT never hinged top margin single with wide margin & partial imprint. Very fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01268354). Cat $1500. 776

793X

787

Estimate

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792

786

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796

Estimate

797

799

Estimate

798

800

802

803

801

804

805

807 806

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

791



792



Estimate

(478) 1916 FRANKLIN $1 VIOLET BLACK .............. PH

$400

Fresh, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. Cat $625.

(493) 1917 WASHINGTON COIL 3¢ VIOLET, LINE PAIR .................................................................. PH

(479) 1917 MADISON $2 DARK BLUE PERF 10 (JUMBO) .................................................................... PH $1500

Choice line pair, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine gem. (1980 PF Cert #87,303) Cat $230.

Stunning beauty! Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb Jumbo. (1999 PF Cert #337188) 793 () (479-80) 1917 ISSUE $2-$5 ....................................... PH



(479) 1917 MADISON $2 DARK BLUE PERF 10 ..... PH



(480) 1917 MARSHALL $5 LIGHT GREEN PERF 10 .................................................................................... PH



(480) 1917 MARSHALL $5 LIGHT GREEN PERF 10, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

797



(484) 1916 WASHINGTON 3¢ VIOLET IMPERF (PSE GRADED 100 JUMBO) .................................... PH



(489) 1917 WASHINGTON COIL 3¢ VIOLET TYPE I ........................................................................ PH



803



804



57

$135

(495) 1917 WASHINGTON COIL 4¢ ORANGE BROWN, LINE PAIR .................................................................. PH

$125

(496) 1919 WASHINGTON COIL 5¢ BLUE, LINE STRIP ................................................................ PH

$300

Spectacular horizontal line strip of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, superb Gem! Cat $79. 805



(498) 1917 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN (PSE GRADED SUPERB 98 JUMBO) ................................................ PH

$150

Spectacular stamp, they don’t come any better! Rich color, huge, even margins, lightly canceled at top, superb JUMBO. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01270155, Superb 98J, Used) 806



(498f) 1917 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN, AEF BOOKLET PANE OF 30 .................................... PH $1700

Choice booklet pane of 30, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine and choice for this scarce pane. (1992 PF Cert #263615) Cat $1700. 807



Choice example of this scarce used coil. Fresh color, wavy line machine cancel, extremely fine. (2012 PSAG Cert). Cat $800.

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(494) 1918 WASHINGTON COIL 3¢ VIOLET, PAIR .................................................................................... PH

Choice line pair, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, extremely fine. Cat $75.

(491) 1916 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE TYPE II ....................................................................... PH $1000

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$300

Choice coil pair, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $50.

$100

Choice single, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $10. 799



$100

Spectacular left plate #8330 single, cut from sheet to show parts of all five adjacent stamps. Fresh, MINT never hinged, GEM. SMQ value for 98 is $70 without premium for jumbo. (2008 PSE Graded Cert #01155175, Gem 100J, Mint OGnh). 798

802

$125

Scarce used block of 4, fresh color, duplex cancels, fine. Cat $280.

(493) 1917 WASHINGTON COIL 3¢ REDDISH VIOLET, PAIR (PSAG GRADED 95) ........................................ PH

$450

Beautiful pair, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb. (2013 PSAG Graded Cert #0564442, 95 ogNH) (SMQ $325)

$375

Choice stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2009 PSE Cert #01194537) Cat $375. 796



$150

Gorgeous deep blue shade, guide line showing on bottom perfs. Very fine, with disturbed original gum, but only lightly so. (2014 PSE Cert #01276237) Cat $210. 795

801



$200

Fresh colors, both unused, regummed (NH appearing), $2 with tiny surface scrape bottom left, otherwise both very fine. Cat $380 for hinged. 794

Estimate

800

(500) 1917 WASHINGTON 2¢ DEEP ROSE TYPE Ia .................................................................................... PH

$230

Bright color, MINT never hinged, trivial light natural gun crease. Fresh and fine. (2005 PSE Cert #00133607 for block). Cat $550.

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Estimate

Estimate

809X

810

808

811

812

814

815X

816

817

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

818

(502) 1917 WASHINGTON 3¢ DARK VIOLET TYPE II, MULTIPLE .................................................................. PH



(502, 508, 512, 515) 1917 WASHINGTON FRANKLIN ISSUE 3¢-15¢ ............................................................. PH



(503) 1917 WASHINGTON 4¢ BROWN, STRIP W/ PLATE # (JUMBOS) .................................................. PH

811



(505) 1917 WASHINGTON 5¢ ROSE ERROR, IN STRIP .................................................................... PH

$900

Extraordinary example of this dramatic ERROR, center stamp of strip of 3 with two #499. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb. Cat $625. 812



(505) 1917 WASHINGTON 5¢ ROSE ERROR, IN STRIP .................................................................... PH

$300

Four stamps in multiples, includes: No. 506 NH block of 8; No. 507 block of 4, one stamp NH; No. 510 bottom plate strip of 3 NH; and No. 512 NH block of 8. Very fine except 6¢, which is fine. Cat $830.

(511-12a) 1917 THREE FRANKLINS (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................... PH

58

$110

$135

All three stamps MINT never hinged and graded XF 90 by PSE. Includes 11¢ green shade, 12¢ claret brown and 12¢ brown carmine shade. (2008-11 PSE Certs) (SMQ $135) 816



(516) 1917 FRANKLIN 30¢ ORANGE RED, PLATE STRIP ............................................................ PH

$210

Top plate #6927 strip of 3. Fresh, MINT never hinged, right stamp choice extremely fine Jumbo. Fine to extremely fine strip. Cat $210. 817



(516) 1917 FRANKLIN 30¢ ORANGE RED .............. PH

$125

Fresh, MINT never hinged. Extremely fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01260306 for block of 3, bottom right stamp). Cat $70. 818



(517) 1917 FRANKLIN 50¢ RED VIOLET, BLOCK .................................................................................... PH

$250

Block of 4. MINT never hinged, very fine Estimated cat $508. 819



(518) 1917 FRANKLIN $1 VIOLET BROWN, ARROW BLOCK ........................................................ PH $1500

Beautiful right arrow block of 4, extraordinary centering and impression. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. SMQ 95 for singles $2300. 820



(518b) 1917 FRANKLIN $1 DEEP BROWN .............. PH

$650

Fresh, fine appearing, light horizontal crease. Original gum, lightly hinged. (2002 PF Cert #383383) Cat $1900.

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$600

Error is center stamp in strip of 3, double circle postmark. Scarce in genuine used condition. Fresh color, fine, right stamp small thins. (2013 PSE Cert #01272825) Cat $600. 813/ (506//512) 1917 WASHINGTON-FRANKLIN 6¢-12¢, MULTIPLES ...................................................................

815

$115

Bottom margin horizontal strip of 3 with plate #7598 in center selvage. Well centered, Jumbo margins for each stamp, good color, fresh, extremely fine. Cat $60.

(507) 1917 WASHINGTON 7¢ BLACK ...................... PH

Gorgeous example with rich color and great centering, MINT never hinged, extremely fine.

$200

Four different values with pairs of 3¢, 8¢ & 15¢, and strip of 3 of 12¢. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine or better. Cat $328. 810



$200

Choice block of 9, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $270. 809

Estimate

814

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820

Estimate

th

808

819

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

821

Estimate

822

823

Estimate

824

825X

826

828X

827

829

830 831X

832

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

821





$325



(523) 1918 FRANKLIN $2 ORANGE RED & BLACK .................................................................................... PH



(524) 1918 FRANKLIN $5 DEEP GREEN & BLACK .................................................................................... PH



(524) 1918 FRANKLIN $5 DEEP GREEN & BLACK .................................................................................... PH

831



$200 832



Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. (1985 E. Diena Cert) Cat $360. 825



(525-28, 528B-530) 1918-20 WASHINGTON 1¢-3¢ .................................................................................... PH

826



(525) 1918 WASHINGTON 1¢ GRAY GREEN (JUMBO) .................................................................... PH

827



(528B) 1920 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE VII (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................... PH

$180

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01260309, XF 90, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $125) 828



(531, 532, 534) WASHINGTON IMPERFS 1¢-2¢, LINE PAIRS ................................................................ PH



(532) 1918 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE ROSE TYPE IV, IMPERF (PSE GRADED 100 JUMBO) ...... PH



834



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(534B) 1920 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE VII, IMPERF (PSE GRADED 95) ...................................... PH $4500

(537) 1919 VICTORY 3¢ VIOLET (PSE GRADED 95 JUMBO) ...................................... PH

$250

(538, 540-41) 1919 WASHINGTON 1¢-3¢ ................. PH

$200

Three singles: 1¢, 2¢ & 3¢. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. Cat $150. 835



(539) 1919 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE ROSE TYPE II ....................................................................... PH $7500

Nice centering for this difficult and scarce stamp, probably the nicest we have ever offered. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Ex-Cole. (1974 PF Cert #43359 & 2012 PSE Cert #01253706). Cat $4000. 836



$350

Beautiful showpiece, cut to show parts of all eight adjacent stamps, fresh, MINT never hinged, Jumbo GEM. (2011 PSE Cert #01233472, Graded Gem 100J, Mint OGnh).

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$125

A MINT never hinged Jumbo. SMQ for 95 $65 and 98 $150. (2013 PSE Cert #01274412, graded XF-Sup 95J, Mint OGnh)

$300

Fresh, MINT never hinged, #534 spectacular Jumbo, other two stamps extremely fine. Cat value does not include any premium for line. Cat $265. 829

833

$115

Big stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine Jumbo. Cat $12.

(481, 532) 1916-20 WASHINGTON IMPERF 1¢ & 2¢ JUMBOS .................................................................... PH

Spectacular top plate #12809 single, huge margins, wide top. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb beauty. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01272841 for vertical pair, XF-Sup 95, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $4500) Cat $3250.

$200

Seven stamps (missing #528A). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. Cat $191.

$200

Both imperf issues cut from sheets to to show large parts of all adjacent stamps, both fresh, MINT never hinged: #481 right sheet margin single showing parts of all five adjacent stamps, superb jumbo gem; #532 with guide line at top showing parts of all eight adjacent stamps, small natural paper wrinkle, extremely fine to superb jumbo. Cat $71.

$300

$150

(532) 1920 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE ROSE TYPE IV, IMPERF (JUMBO) ...................................... PH

Huge stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, superb Jumbo. (2005 PSE Cert #00133370). Cat $70.

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $360. 824

835 Estimate

830

Fine to very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $525. 823

834X

Estimate

(519) 1917 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE ................. PH

PF Cert for vertical pair reads ‘previously hinged due to traces of perforation strengthening along the left perforations,’ although we so no evidence of this, rounded corner lower left, otherwise fresh very fine. (Copy of 2013 PF Cert #511333 for pair) Cat $400 for hinged. 822

833

(540//673) 1919-29 SEVEN NH GEMS ..........................

$325

Seven MNH Gems, includes: #540, 568, 589, 658, 601, 603 and 673. All fresh, MINT never hinged, all gradable, extremely fine or better, most superb. (#603 with 1997 PF Cert #313353)

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Estimate

839

840

837

838

846 841

842 843 844

848

849

845

850

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

(540) 1920 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE ROSE, PERF 11x10, MULTIPLE ........................................... PH





(540) 1920 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE ROSE, PERF 11x10, MULTIPLE ........................................... PH

846



$200

Block of 16. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $440. 839



(540) 1919 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE III, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH



(541) 1919 WASHINGTON 3¢ VIOLET, BLOCK ....... PH

847



$110



(541) 1919 WASHINGTON 3¢ VIOLET ..................... PH

848



$150

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01274416 for original pair) Cat $100. 842



(541) 1919 WASHINGTON 3¢ VIOLET ..................... PH





849



(545) 1921 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN (COIL WASTE) ........................................................... PH

$750

Top margin single, extraordinary centering for this issue. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine and attractive. (Copy of 2012 PSAG Cert #0562034 for block). Cat $400.

(546) 1921 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE ROSE TYPE III, BLOCK ....................................................... PH

(547) 1920 FRANKLIN $2 CARMINE & BLACK, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

850



(547) 1920 FRANKLIN $2 CARMINE & BLACK ....... PH

60

$300

$750

$200

Rich colors, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $270. 851



(547) 1920 FRANKLIN $2 CARMINE & BLACK ....... PH

$130

Fresh, rich color, extremely fine to superb. Original gum, lightly hinged. (1986 PF Cert #165304) Cat $130. 852/ (551//571) 1922-25 FOURTH BUREAU ½¢-$1, BLOCKS .................................................................... PH

$600

Selection of 18 blocks of 4, missing #566 & 568-69. Fresh, fine to very fine. Original gum, some hinging, many NH. CV for hinged. Cat $1773.

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(546) 1921 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE ROSE TYPE III, WHOLESALE LOT ................................... $2000-3000

Center line block of 4. Large perf separation at right, so valued as four MNH singles. Large margins, very fine. Cat $1120.

(542) 1920 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN ROTARY PRESS, PERF 10x11, BLOCK ................................................ PH $250

Extremely fine bottom margin block of 9 of this difficult issue. Fresh color, MINT never hinged. Cataloged as singles, without premium for multiple. Cat $270. 844

$115

MINT never hinged block of 4. Vertical perfs misplaced so left stamp is shows guide line and part of adjacent stamps at left. Fine. Estimated cat $985.

$110

Top margin single, fresh OG, previously hinged, extremely fine. (copy of PSE Cert for original pair) Cat $40. 843

(545) 1921 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN (COIL WASTE) ........................................................... PH

Includes 27 blocks of 4, nearly all star blocks, and 8 singles. MINT never hinged, some straight edges, few small faults expected, vast majority very good to fine. Cat value for singles. Cat $26,680.

$300

A MINT never hinged block of 4. Fresh, very fine. Estimated cat $425. 841

$135

Fresh, fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $170.

Fresh, MINT never hinged block of 4. Very fine and choice for this. Cat $110. 840

(545) 1921 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN (COIL WASTE) ........................................................... PH

Large, well balanced margins for this issue. Full OG, lightly hinged, reperforated at left, extremely fine appearing. (2013 PF Cert #512953). Cat $170.

$250

Bottom block of 15 (5x3), imperforate at bottom. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $412. 838

853X Estimate

845

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852X

Estimate

th

837

851

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855

854X

856X

Estimate

857X

858

859 861

862X

860

863

864X

865X

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

853



854/ (554//560) 1922-23 FIVE FOURTH BUREAU BLOCKS .................................................................................... PH

(555) 1923 LINCOLN 3¢ VIOLET .............................. PH





(557, 578, 591, 666) 1922-29 FOURTH BUREAU SELECTION (x4) ....................................................... PH



(559) 1923 MCKINLEY 7¢ BLACK (PSE GRADED 95) .................................................................................... PH

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$220

(562) 1923 MONROE 10¢ ORANGE, BLOCK .......... PH

$275

(562) 1923 MONROE 10¢ ORANGE, STRIP ............ PH

$115

Choice vertical strip of 3. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine, bottom stamp choice beauty. Cat $97. 862



(567, 569, 570) 1922-23 FOURTH BUREAU 20¢-50¢ .................................................................................... PH

$200

Three choice singles, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $167. 

(569) 1923 BISON 30¢ OLIVE BROWN, BLOCK ..... PH

$250

Very fine pristine horizontal block of 6 (3x2). Very pretty. Cataloged as singles. MINT never hinged. Cat $330. 864



(569-70) 1922-23 FOURTH BUREAU 30¢ & 50¢ ...... PH

$180

Two stamps, both fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $130. 865



(570-73) 1922-23 ISSUE 50¢-$5 ................................ PH

$300

Set of 4 high values. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $535.

$170 866



(570-73) 1922-23 ISSUE 50¢-$5 ................................ PH

$200

Set of 4 high values. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine plus. Cat $535. 867



(570) 1922 ARLINGTON AMPHITHEATER 50¢ LILAC .................................................................................... PH

$135

Choice BIG example, MINT never hinged, usual natural gum bends, extremely fine.

$100

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb. (2011 PSE Graded Cert #01233487, XF-Sup 95, Mint OGnh). (SMQ $95)

(561) 1923 JEFFERSON 9¢ ROSE, MULTIPLE ....... PH

Lovely block of 12, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. Cat $390.

$200

MINT group includes four stamps: 1¢ very lightly hinged, extremely fine; 5¢ previously hinged, superb centering; 10¢ very lightly hinged, extremely fine with 1991 PF Cert; 8¢ Kansas overprint, previously hinged & extremely fine. Cat $210. 858



$110

Four CHOICE flat plate stamps, all MINT never hinged and extremely fine: 5¢ Roosevelt, 15¢ Statue of Liberty, 20¢ Golden Gate, and $1 Lincoln Memorial (2005 PSE Cert for original $1 block). Cat $193. 857

860

863

(557//571) 1922-23 FOURTH BUREAUS (x4) ........... PH



MINT never hinged block of 8, natural straight edges showing parts of dividing lines left & bottom, extremely fine centering. (Eight 2002 PSE Certs, #00056153). Cat $216.

861

Beautiful stamp, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. 856

868 Estimate

859

$325

MINT never hinged blocks of 4 for 2¢, 5¢, 6¢, 7¢ and 8¢ Fourth Bureau flat plate definitives. Fresh, top pair of 6¢ gum skips (CV as hinged). Overall fine to very fine, many very fine. CV as singles. Cat $793. 

867

Estimate

(553//C11) 1925-31 SEVEN CHOICE MINT NH STAMPS .................................................................................... PH $150

Seven Fourth Bureau-era stamps, each MINT never hinged and VF-XF centering or better. Includes Harding No. 553, Edison No. 654, Kansas 1¢ No. 658, Kansas 3¢ No. 661, Harding No. 684, Statue of Liberty rotary No. 696 and Beacon airmail No. C11 (faint corner crease). Cat $68.

855

866X

868



(571) 1923 LINCOLN MEMORIAL $1 VIOLET BROWN .................................................................................... PH

$100

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $80.

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869

Estimate

871

870

875X

Estimate

872

876

877

883

885X

(572) 1923 CAPITOL DOME $2 DEEP BLUE, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH





(573) 1923 FREEDOM STATUE $5 CARMINE & BLUE, BLOCK ....................................................... PH

877



$375

Bottom margin block of 4. Mint never hinged, very fine, well centered, faint natural gum skips (cat as hinged). Very fine. Cat $475. 871



(573) 1923 FREEDOM STATUE $5 CARMINE & BLUE ...................................................................... PH

$150



(573) 1923 FREEDOM STATUE $5 CARMINE & BLUE ...................................................................... PH

$100

878



(573a) 1923 FREEDOM STATUE $5 CARMINE LAKE & DARK BLUE ........................................................... PH



879





(578) 1923 FRANKLIN 1¢ GREEN COIL WASTE PERF 11x10, PAIR ..................................................... PH



880

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$250



$230



(581-91) 1923-26 FLAT PLATE 1¢-10¢ COMPLETE SET ............................................................................ PH

$100

$250

Complete set of 11. Fresh, MINT never hinged, nicely centered for this issue, very fine. Cat $400.

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$150

Fresh color, MINT never hinged, reperforated at left, fine to very fine appearance. (Copy of 2013 PSE Cert #01263309 for block). Cat $160.

Set of 2, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (#579 with 1997 PF Cert #321947) Cat $330. Page 62

$200

(579) 1923 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE COIL WASTE PERF 11x10 ............................................................... PH

881

(578-79) 1923 WASHINGTON 1¢-2¢ COIL WASTE PERF 11x10 ............................................................... PH

(579) 1923 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE COIL WASTE PERF 11x10 ............................................................... PH

$115

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $340. 875

$500

Block of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $640.

Nice big margins, lightly canceled, extremely fine. Cat $30. 874

(579) 1923 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE COIL WASTE PERF 11x10, BLOCK ................................................ PH

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01263309 for block). Cat $160.

Very fine example with seldom seen large downward vignette shift. Very fine. Cat $15. 873

$150

Postally used block of 4, double oval cancel. Scarce multiple of this compound perf issue. Minor corner crease at bottom left, horizontal perfs have been rejoined with hinge. Fine to very fine. Cat $1750.

Fresh, MINT never hinged, small inclusion at top center. Cat $230. 872

(578) 1923 FRANKLIN 1¢ COIL WASTE PERF 11x10, BOTTOM MARGIN PAIR ........................................... PH

Attractive bottom sheet margin pair, imperf at bottom as always. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine.(2004 APS Cert #154765) Cat $340.

$450

Vertical line block of 4. Extraordinary centering, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine gem. Cat $600. 870

887 Estimate

876

USA Early 20 Century Issues, cont. 

886

Estimate

th

869

879

881X

884X

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874

878

880

882X

873

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889

890

Estimate

891

892X

893

894

888 895

899

896

900

897X

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882



898

Estimate

(581) 1923 FRANKLIN 1¢ GREEN (x10) .................. PH

$150

Estimate

893



Ten MINT never hinged stamps in blocks or pairs. Choice group, fresh, very fine to extremely fine. Cat $225. 883



(581) 1923 FRANKLIN 1¢ GREEN, MULTIPLE ........ PH



(581-91) 1923-26 FLAT PLATE 1¢-10¢ COMPLETE SET ............................................................................ PH

894





(582 var) 1925 HARDING 1½¢ BROWN PERF 10, HORIZONTAL & VERTICAL GUTTER PAIRS ......... PH $1000

Horizontal pair with full vertical gutter and vertical pair with full horizontal gutter. Gutters from full sheets of 400 that were available, but not regularly issued. Both very fine, MINT never hinged, and very scarce. Cat $1450 for hinged. 886



(584) 1925 LINCOLN 3¢ VIOLET, ROTARY PERF 10, STRIP ......................................................................... PH

887



888



(584) 1925 LINCOLN 3¢ VIOLET, BLOCK ................ PH

895



896



897



$250 $150

Vertical block of 6 (2x3). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $225. 889



(588) 1926 McKINLEY 7¢ BLACK (PSE GRADED 95) .................................................... PH

890



(590) 1926 JEFFERSON 9¢ ROSE (PSE GRADED 95) .................................................... PH

891



(591) 1925 MONROE 10¢ ORANGE ......................... PH

$125

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine plus! Cat $100. 892



(591, 612, 668) 1923-29 THREE CHOICE STAMPS .................................................................................... PH

898



899



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(595) 1923 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE COIL WASTE PERF 11 ..................................................................... PH

$150

(598, 600-606) 1923-29 FOURTH BUREAU COILS 1¢-10¢, LINE PAIRS ................................................... PH

$220

(599A) 1929 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE TYPE II, LINE PAIR .................................................... PH $1000

(599-99A) 1929 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE TYPES I & II, LINE PAIR ........................................... PH

$650

Rare used se-tenant line pair, bright color, light cds, very fine for this. (2013 PSAG Cert #0563907) Cat $1000. 900



(599A) 1929 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE TYPE II ....................................................................... PH

$200

Fresh coil single, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $225. 901



$150

Three choice MINT never hinged singles. All fresh, extremely fine. (#668 10¢ Kansas with 2005 PSE Cert #00133368 for original block). Cat $178. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

$375

Attractive line pair, well centered for this difficult issue. Fresh, MINT never hinged, left stamp with gum inclusion (not mentioned on cert), very fine. (1992 PF Cert #256443). Cat $1150.

$135

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01263302, XF-Sup 95, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $145)

(595) 1923 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE COIL WASTE PERF 11 ..................................................................... PH

Eight CHOICE line pairs (missing #599 & 599A). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine or better. Cat $209.

$300

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb. (2011 PSE Graded Cert #01236408, Graded XF-Sup 95, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $325)

$425

MINT never hinged, shortish perfs at bottom, otherwise very fine. Cat $500.

A MINT never hinged block of 6. Fresh, very fine. Cat $375. (586) 1924 ROOSEVELT 5¢ BLUE, MULTIPLE ....... PH

(595) 1923 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE COIL WASTE PERF 11 (PSE GRADED 80) ..................................... PH

Top margin single with double-wide side margins showing guide line in left margin. Fresh OG, lightly hinged, very fine. (Copy of 2013 PF Cert #512956 for original pair). Cat $250.

$300

Stunning bottom margin vertical strip of 5, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $313.

$600

Choice stamp, exceptional margins and centering for this issue, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01251603, VF 80, Mint OGnh). (SMQ $430)

$110

Complete set of 11, MINT never hinged, 5¢ light gum crease, fine to very fine. Cat $402. 885

(595) 1923 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE COIL WASTE PERF 11 ..................................................................... PH

Big stamp, tiny dry print specks upper left, MINT never hinged, light natural gum wrinkles at top, otherwise fresh, extra fine jumbo. Cat $500.

$150

Vertical block of 8 (2x4). Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine and choice. Cat $180. 884

901

(599A) 1929 WASHINGTON COIL 2¢ CARMINE TYPE II, USED LINE PAIR ......................................... PH

$200

Fine used line pair with light double-oval mute cancel. Very scarce used. Shortish perf upper left. Cat $400.

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Estimate

902

906

907 903

908

904

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

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th



(602) 1924 ROOSEVELT COIL 5¢ BLUE, PAIR (PSE GRADED 95) .................................................... PH



(620) 1925 NORSE-AMERICAN 2¢ CARMINE & BLACK (JUMBO) ................................................... PH

$100

$115

910



(630) 1926 WHITE PLAINS S/S (x5) .............................

$800



911





(630) 1926 WHITE PLAINS S/S ................................ PH

$500

912





(630) 1926 WHITE PLAINS S/S ................................ PH

$425

Upper right pane (plate #18771). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $600. 908



(630) 1926 WHITE PLAINS S/S ................................ PH

$350

$300

(630) 1926 WHITE PLAINS S/S ..... View photo online

$250

(630) 1926 WHITE PLAINS S/S, DOT OVER ‘S’ ......................................................... View photo online

$250

Lower left pane (plate #18774) with dot over ‘S’ variety. OG, previously hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $400. 913



(630) 1926 WHITE PLAINS S/S ..... View photo online

$200

Lower right pane (plate #18771). Fresh color, fine, original gum, hinge remnants and large pencil notation on back. Cat $350. 914



Upper right pane (plate #18773). Exceptional centering, rich color, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $600. 907

(630) 1926 WHITE PLAINS S/S ..... View photo online

Lower right pane (plate #18774). Fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. Cat $350.

Five White Plains sheets, all nicely centered, fine to very fine appearing, most with with small to trivial faults. Still an attractive group. Cat $1875. 906

$300

Lower left pane (plate #18773). Fresh, MINT never hinged, trivial, light natural paper wrinkle affects positions 6-7, very fine and attractive. Cat $600.

Vertical block of 8 (2x4), third row with small mount disturbance (cataloged as hinged), all others MINT never hinged, fresh, very fine block. Cat $154. 905

(630) 1926 WHITE PLAINS S/S ................................ PH

Upper left pane (plat #18770). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $600.

Beautiful bottom margin single, Large, even margins all around, fresh, MINT never hinged, superb jumbo. 904/ (623) 1925 WILSON 17¢ BLACK, MULTIPLE .......... PH



$125

MINT never hinged coil pair. Fresh, extremely fine to superb. (2011 PSE Graded Cert #01243945, XF-Sup 95, Mint OGnh; 1995 PF Cert #0290231). (SMQ $145) 903

Estimate

909

USA Early 20 Century Issues, cont. 902

909

(630) 1926 WHITE PLAINS S/S ..... View photo online

$200

Lower right pane (plate #18773). OG, previously hinged, previously folded, fine to very fine. Cat $350. 915



(634b) 1926 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE LAKE TYPE I ........................................................................ PH

$300

Rich color, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (Copy of 2013 PSE Cert #01274363 for block) Cat $400.

Upper left sheet (plate #18774). MINT never hinged, couple strong natural paper wrinkles, otherwise fine to very fine. Cat $600. (800) 782-0066 • www.RegencySuperior.com

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915

Estimate

916

920X

917X

926



(634A) 1928 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE II, PLATE SINGLE (JUMBO) ......................................... PH $3000

917/ (634A) 1928 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE II, PLATE SINGLES (x4) ................................................ PH

(641) 1927 JEFFERSON 9¢ ROSE (PSE GRADED 95 JUMBO) ...................................... PH



(650, 725) TWO GRADED JUMBOS ......................... PH

$135

Civil Aeronautics Conference 5¢ blue with 2012 PSE Cert #01255805, graded XF-Sup 95J, Mint OGnh (SMQ for 95 $38 and 98 $160); and Daniel Webster 3¢ violet with 2012 PSE Cert #01255810, Graded XF-Sup 95J, Mint OGnh (SMQ for 95 $45 and 95 $100). Both fresh. 920



(658-68) 1929 KANSAS OVERPRINTS 1¢-10¢, COMPLETE SET ....................................................... PH

923





(658-68) 1929 KANSAS OVERPRINTS 1¢-10¢ COMPLETE SET, BLOCKS ...................................... PH

$350

922/ (658//73) 1929 KANSAS-NEBRASKA OVERPRINTS SELECTION (x7) ....................................................... PH

925



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$200

(661) 1929 KANSAS OVERPRINT 3¢ VIOLET, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

$150

Block of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $140. 926



(662) KANSAS OVERPRINT 4¢ YELLOW BROWN, BLOCK (PSE GRADED 90) ....................................... PH

$250

Fresh, MINT never hinged block of 4. Extremely fine. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01258392, XF 90, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $320) 927



(663, 667) 1929 KANSAS OVERPRINT 5¢ & 9¢, CHOICE BLOCKS ..................................................... PH

$200

Two choice blocks of 4, both extremely fine, MINT never hinged. Cat $210. 928



(666) 1929 KANSAS OVERPRINT 8¢ OLIVE GREEN (PSAG GRADED 98) ................................................. PH

$250

Stunning stamp, perfectly centered. Fresh and bright, very lightly hinged, superb, 2001 PF cert calls it never hinged, 2011 cert calls it previously hinged. (2011 PSAG Graded Cert #0559116, 98 ogPH; 2001 PF Cert #0365222). (SMQ $300) 929



(666) 1929 KANSAS OVERPRINT 8¢ OLIVE GREEN (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................... PH

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2009 PSE Graded Cert #01199594 XF 90, Mint OGnh). (SMQ $210) 930



$150

Group of seven mint stamps, each with very fine or better centering: Kansas 1¢ VLH; 1½¢ MNH XF; 2¢ MNH XF; 6¢ MNH; 7¢ MNH; Nebraska 1½¢ MNH XF; 4¢ MNH. All fresh and attractive. Cat $158. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

$250

Complete set of 11. The 6¢ & 8¢ original gum, lightly hinged, others MINT never hinged. Well centered, very fine set. Cat $334.

$200

Complete postally used set of 11 in blocks of 4, each with Emporia, Kansas boxed handstamps. Two with hinge reinforced perfs, 4¢ with margin crease, 8¢ high value fault-free. Fine to very fine. Cat $697.

(658-68) 1929 KANSAS OVERPRINTS 1¢-10¢, COMPLETE SET ....................................................... PH

924/ (658-68) 1929 KANSAS OVERPRINTS 1¢-10¢ COMPLETE SET ....................................................... PH

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $431. 921

930

Complete set of 11. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $431.

$180

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb JUMBO. (2013 PS Graded Cert #01263304, XF-Sup 95J, Mint OGnh). SMQ $95 for 95 without premium for Jumbo! 919

929

Estimate

$350

Four plate singles with three different plate numbers, one pictured is MINT never hinged, others previously hinged. Fine selection. Cat $1625. 

928

924X

Estimate

Spectacular bottom left plate #19747 single. Deep, rich color, Post Office fresh, huge Jumbo margins. MINT never hinged, an extremely fine to superb copy. SMQ for 95 $2250, for 98 $5500. Cat $650.

918

919X

923X

927X

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916

918

922X

921X

925

Estimate

(667) 1929 KANSAS 9¢ LIGHT ROSE ...................... PH

$150

Beautiful stamp, large, even margins, fresh & bright, MINT never hinged, extremely fine and choice. (2013 PSAG Cert #0564450) Cat $27.

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931

Estimate

932

Estimate

935

934

936X

939 940X

937

941

944 943

933 942

952X

953X

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

954

955X

Estimate

Estimate

th

USA Early 20 Century Issues, cont. 931



(677) 1929 NEBRASKA 8¢ OLIVE GREEN, BLOCK, WIDE SPACING ......................................................... PH

$350

A MINT never hinged block of 4. ‘Nebraska’ overprints with wide space between top and bottom pairs. Fresh, very fine. Cat $600. 932



(678) 1929 NEBRASKA 9¢ LIGHT ROSE, BLOCK, WIDE SPACING ......................................................... PH

$250

A MINT never hinged top margin block of 4. Wide spacing between overprints on top and bottom pairs. Fresh, fine. Cat $640. 933



(678) 1929 NEBRASKA OVERPRINT 9¢ LIGHT ROSE, MULTIPLE .................................................................. PH

$200

Vertical block of 16 (2x8). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $1120. 934



(679) 1929 NEBRASKA OVERPRINT 10¢ ORANGE YELLOW, BLOCK ..................................... PH

USA MODERN ISSUES (1930 - PRESENT) 936





(679) 1929 NEBRASKA OVERPRINT 10¢ ORANGE YELLOW (PSE GRADED 85) ................... PH

937



(697) 1931 WILSON 17¢ BLACK .............................. PH

$100

Fresh, MINT never hinged, superb Gem. 938 () (752-71) 1935 FARLEY PANES, COMPLETE SET ......

$3500

Complete set of 20 uncut imperforate Farley Special Printing sheets. Unused, no gum as issued. Stored and shipped flat, very fine and scarce set. Estimated cat $7500. 939



(832b) 1951 WILSON $1 PURPLE & BLACK WATERMARKED USIR, PAIR ................................... PH

$125

Horizontal pair, vertical guide line between, horizontal guide line showing in bottom perfs, slight mount disturbed original gum (cataloged as hinged), otherwise very fine. Cat $240 for hinged.

$300

$125

$250

Complete set of 10 blocks of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $565.

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine block of 4. Cat $720. 935

(692-701) 1931 ROTARY 11¢-50¢, BLOCKS ............ PH

940



Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine left sheet margin single, with light gum crease at upper left. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01249579 VF-XF 85, Mint OGnh). (SMQ $165)

(833) 1938 HARDING $2 BLOCKS (x6) & SINGLE .................................................................................... PH

$500

Fresh, selection of 4 center line blocks, 1 top margin block of 4 with black ‘TOP,’ 1 block of 4 and 1 single. All with very fine to superb centering, MINT never hinged. Estimated cat $488. 941



(834) 1938 COOLIDGE $5 CARMINE & BLACK, BLOCK, VIGNETTE SHIFT ....................................... PH

$400

Vertical line block of 4, dramatic vignette shift to right, faint traces of blue cancels, small patches of OG, very fine.

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Estimate

956 958

959

957

960

961

962

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

942



Estimate

(834) 1938 COOLIDGE $5 CARMINE & BLACK ...... PH



(1891) 1981 FLAG & SHINING SEA 18¢ MULTI, PLATE #6 ................................................................... PH

Estimate

$100

Wide top margin single, big stamp, MINT never hinged, vignette slightly shifted. Extremely fine. Cat $85. 943

$350

USA AIRMAILS, DUES & BACK OF BOOK 952





(1908) 1981 FIRE PUMPER 20¢ VERMILION, PLATE #2 STRIP OF 5 .............................................. PH

$250

Scarce plate strip of 5, plate #2. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $425. 945



946



(2624-29) 1992 VOYAGE OF COLUMBUS S/S SET (x100) ....................................................................... $1200-1700

Total of 100 complete sets of 6 S/S, each set in original Post Office envelope, $1,634 total face. MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $3050. 947



(2870) 1994 LEGENDS OF THE WEST RECALLED (x3) ........................................................................................ $375

MINT never hinged group of 3 Recalled Legends sheets, each accompanied by original blue USPS envelope. Very fine. Cat $720. 948



(2870) 1994 LEGENDS OF THE WEST RECALLED (X3) ........................................................................................ $375

MINT never hinged group of 3 Recalled Legends sheets, each accompanied by original blue USPS envelope. Very fine. Cat $720. 949



(2870) 1994 LEGENDS OF THE WEST RECALLED ........................................................................................



(2967) 1995 MARILYN MONROE 32¢ MULTI (WHOLESALE) ..............................................................

951



(3137-38) 1997 BUGS BUNNY 32¢ MULTI, BOTH PANES .................................................................

954



955



(C1) 1918 JENNY 6¢ ORANGE, BLOCK .................. PH

$450

(C1-6) 1918-23 FIRST & SECOND ISSUES ............. PH

$200

Complete set of 6. Fresh, fine only to very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $350. 956



(C1) 1918 JENNY 6¢ ORANGE ................................. PH

$100

Big stamp, vivid color, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $120. 957



(C2) 1918 JENNY 16¢ GREEN, BLOCK ................... PH

$300

Top margin block of 4, plate #8900 in selvage. Block with large gum skips. Extremely fine centering. Cat $260. 958



(C2) 1918 JENNY 16¢ GREEN .................................. PH

$100

Handsome stamp, fresh color, bar cancel, extremely fine. Cat $35. 959



(C3) 1918 JENNY 24¢ CARMINE ROSE & BLUE, CENTER LINE BLOCK, FAST PLANE ..................... PH

$900

Center line block with fast and slightly low-flying plane. MINT never hinged, Very fine. 960



(C3) 1918 JENNY 24¢ CARMINE ROSE & BLUE, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

$400

Lovely top left corner margin block of 4. MINT never hinged, usual gum bends, very fine to extremely fine. Cat $560. 961



(C3) 1918 JENNY 24¢ CARMINE ROSE & BLUE, FAST PLANE ............................................................. PH

$350

Fast plane, wing tip touches inner frame line. MINT never hinged, gum skips, fine to very fine. Cat $140.

$100

Two self-adhesive panes of 10. One has no die cutting on large label, other regularly issued pane is fully die cut. Very fine. Cat $166.

$450

A MINT never hinged block of 4. Bright color, extremely fine centering. Cat $480.

$300

Group of 34 MINT never hinged panes of 20. Fresh, very fine. Face alone $217. Popular item! Cat $816.

$800

Complete set of 3 in MINT blocks of 4. The C3 is center line block; C1 with two MINT never hinged stamps, all others previously hinged. Fine to very fine. Valued as singles. Cat $900.

$125

MINT never hinged pane in original blue USPS envelope. Very fine. Cat $230. 950

953/ (C1-3) 1918 FIRST AIRMAIL ISSUE 6¢-24¢, BLOCKS .................................................................... PH

(2002b) 1982 STATE BIRDS/FLOWERS (WHOLESALE) ........................................................................................ $400

Stash of 39 full panes of 50. MINT never hinged, each sheet in individual glassine. Very fine. Face alone $390. Cat $1072.

(C1-6) 1918-23 FIRST & SECOND ISSUES ............. PH

Complete set of 6. Choice, extremely fine set, fresh, MINT never hinged. Cat $700.

Scarce used plate #6 single, very fine. Cat $675. 944

963X

962



(C3) 1918 JENNY 24¢ CARMINE ROSE & BLUE, FAST PLANE ............................................................. PH

$135

Fast plane. MINT never hinged, bright colors. Fine to very fine. Cat $140. 963/ (C4//Q4) 1913-37 CHOICE BACK OF BOOK SELECTION ............................................................... PH

$250

Lovely group of 6 stamps with C3 plate single, C4, C19, C21 and E11 (photocopy of 2002 PF Cert #0387312 for block of 4 of which this is bottom left stamp) all MINT never hinged PLUS Q4 hinged. Extremely fine offering. Cat $269. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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Estimate

Estimate

965

964

966

967

968

970

971 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

970

USA Airmails, Dues & Back of Book, cont. 964



Estimate

(C5) 1923 EMBLEM 16¢ DARK BLUE, BLOCK ....... PH



Right margin block of 4 with plate #14830. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $560. 965



(C6) 1923 BIPLANE 24¢ CARMINE (JUMBO) ......... PH

$150

Nice, big JUMBO left margin single, MINT never hinged, very fine plus. (2011 PSE Cert #01236403 for block). Cat $140. 966



(C6) 1923 BIPLANE 24¢ CARMINE (PSE GRADED 95) .................................................... PH

967



(C6) 1923 BIPLANE 24¢ CARMINE .......................... PH

$150

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine, from graded block. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01271019 for block of 4, VF-XF 85, Mint OG) Cat $140. 968



(C6) 1923 BIPLANE 24¢ CARMINE .......................... PH

971



(C13-15) 1930 ZEPPELINS 65¢-$2.60 ...................... PH $1800

Complete set of 3, the $1.30 bottom margin copy. Fresh, MINT never hinged, the 65¢ & $2.60 extremely fine, and $1.30 very fine. Cat $1900.

$150

Fresh OG, very lightly hinged. Extremely fine to superb. (2011 PSE Cert #01237951, graded XF-Sup 95, Mint OGph; 2002 APS Cert) (SMQ $160)

(C13-15) 1930 ZEPPELINS 65¢-$2.60 W/CERTS .... PH $1800

Complete set of 3, each with certificate. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (C13 - 2011 PF Cert #498832; C14 - 2000 PF Cert #358269; and C15 - 2012 PSE Cert #01257256 for block) Cat $1900.

$350

972



(C13-15) 1930 ZEPPELINS 65¢-$2.60 ...................... PH $1000

Complete set of 3. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine or better. Cat $1900. 973



(C13-15) 1930 ZEPPELINS 65¢-$2.60 ...................... PH

$750

Complete set of 3. Fresh, original gum, hinge remnants, very fine. Cat $1150. 974

$125



(C13-15) 1930 ZEPPELINS 65¢-$2.60 ...................... PH

$600

Complete used set of 3. The C13 vertical crease, very fine appearance, C14 very fine, and C15 a few very faintly toned perf tips at top, fine to very fine. Cat $1140.

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine plus. (Copy of 1997 PF Cert #319302 for block). Cat $140.

975 () (C13-15) 1930 ZEPPELINS 65¢-$2.60 ...................... PH

$400

Complete set of 3, fresh colors, unused, no gum, fine to very fine. Cat $1150 for hinged. 976



(C13) 1930 ZEPPELIN 65¢ GREEN .......................... PH

$350

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine and choice. (1992 PF Cert #266143) Cat $275. 977



(C13) 1930 ZEPPELIN 65¢ GREEN .......................... PH

$250

Extremely fine centering. Light crease at upper right. MINT never hinged. Cat $275. 969



(C10a) 1927 LINDBERGH COMPLETE BOOKLET .................................................................................... PH

978 $150

Complete booklet, two panes and interleaving. Panes well centered, fresh and bright, covers with small inclusion on front, otherwise fresh, very fine. Cat value for panes. Cat $240.



(C13) 1930 ZEPPELIN 65¢ GREEN .......................... PH

$200

Fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $180. 979



(C13) 1930 ZEPPELIN 65¢ GREEN (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH

$200

Lovely used example, very fine to extremely fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01272849), VF-XF 85, Used) (SMQ $215) 980



(C13) 1930 ZEPPELIN 65¢ GREEN .......................... PH

$150

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $275.

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Estimate

Estimate

972

973

974

975

976

978 977

979

980

982

981

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

981



983

Estimate

(C14) 1930 ZEPPELIN $1.30 BROWN, BLOCK W/ PLATE # .................................................. PH $1700

Estimate

983



Bottom margin block of 4, plate #20087 below right stamp. MINT never hinged, light gum bends, very fine and attractive. CV for singles. Cat $2600. 982



(C14) 1930 ZEPPELIN $1.30 BROWN (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................... PH

(C14) 1930 ZEPPELIN $1.30 BROWN (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................... PH

$525

Choice stamp, large, even margins, fresh color, machine slogan cancel, extremely fine and attractive. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01256130, XF 90, Used). (SMQ $610)

$650

Choice stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (Laminated 2005 PSE Cert #01030038, Graded XF 90, Mint OGnh). (SMQ $775) St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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Estimate

984

985

987

(C14) 1930 ZEPPELIN $1.30 BROWN (PSE GRADED 80) .................................................... PH

(C14) 1930 ZEPPELIN $1.30 BROWN ...................... PH



988



(C14) 1930 ZEPPELIN $1.30 BROWN ...................... PH

994





995



996







997/ (C18) 1933 ZEPPELIN 50¢ GREEN (x6) .................. PH

998

(C15) 1930 ZEPPELIN $2.60 BLUE (PSE GRADED 80) .................................................................................... PH

(C15) 1930 ZEPPELIN $2.60 BLUE .......................... PH

$650



(C15) 1930 ZEPPELIN $2.60 BLUE (PSE GRADED 80) .................................................................................... PH



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(C18) 1933 ZEPPELIN 50¢ GREEN, BLOCK ........... PH

999



(C18) 1933 ZEPPELIN 50¢ GREEN, BLOCK ........... PH

70

$250

$250

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine block of 4. Cat $340. 1000



(E2) 1888 MESSENGER RUNNING 10¢ BLUE (PSAG GRADED 90 JUMBO) ................................... PH

$450

Big Jumbo stamp with balanced margins, extremely fine used GEM! Misidentified in cert. (2013 PSAG Cert #0564934, 90J Used) 1001



(E1) 1885 MESSENGER RUNNING 10¢ BLUE (PSAG GRADED 95) ................................................. PH

$300

Exceptional centering, extremely fine used GEM! (2012 PSAG Graded Cert #0562633, 95 Used) (SMQ $350) 1002



(E3) 1893 MESSENGER RUNNING 10¢ ORANGE .................................................................................... PH

$250

Huge stamp, fresh and bright, extremely fine. Original gum, heavy paper hinge. Cat $300.

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$400

Fresh, MINT never hinged block of 4. Extremely fine. Estimated cat $358.

$600

Handsome left margin single, rich color, machine cancel, very fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01272850, VF 80, Used) (SMQ $610)

$400

Six copies, MINT never hinged, one previously hinged. Fresh, fine to very fine. Cat $472.

$850

Rich color. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $975. 992

(C18) 1933 ZEPPELIN 50¢ GREEN, BLOCKS W/PLATE NUMBERS ................................................ PH

Beautiful right plate #20091 single. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01274370, XF-Sup 95, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $1750)

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01257255, VF 80, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $925) 991

(C15) 1930 ZEPPELIN $2.60 BLUE .......................... PH

Three blocks of 4, each with plate number in selvage. Total of 12 stamps. Fresh, MINT never hinged, some gum skips and bends, fine to very fine. Cat $1020.

$200

$900

$550

Fresh, fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $575.

$350

Postally used with machine slogan cancel. Extremely fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01271017, XF 90, Used) (SMQ $940) 990

(C15) 1930 ZEPPELIN $2.60 BLUE (PSE GRADED 80) .................................................................................... PH

(C15) 1930 ZEPPELIN $2.60 BLUE, PLATE SINGLE (PSE GRADED 95) .................................................... PH $1900

(C15) 1930 ZEPPELIN $2.60 BLUE (PSE GRADED 90) .................................................................................... PH

$600

Used, fresh color, very fine and attractive. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01272856, VF 80, Used) (SMQ $610)

Fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $400.

989

(C15) 1930 ZEPPELIN $2.60 BLUE .......................... PH

Extraneous ink & gum at left. Fresh, MINT never hinged with tiny gum skip, very fine centering. Cat $975.

$400

Deep color with small neat circular cancel, very fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01272839) Cat $375. 987



$500

Deep rich color, machine cancel, very fine and attractive. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01254228, VF 80, Used). (SMQ $375) 

Estimate

993

(C14) 1930 ZEPPELIN $1.30 BROWN ...................... PH

Fresh, MINT never hinged, tiny extraneous ink spot above Zeppelin, extremely fine. Cat $650.

986

995

Estimate

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992

994

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

985

989

991

993



986

988

990

984

Estimate

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

Estimate

997X

998

996X

1000

1001

1002

1003

1004

1005

999

1006 1007

1009

1008

1010 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

1003 () (E3) 1893 MESSENGER RUNNING 10¢ ORANGE .................................................................................... PH

$150

Estimate

1007/(E5) 1895 MESSENGER RUNNING 10¢ BLUE, PLATE STRIP ............................................................ PH $1700

Attractive stamp, unused, no gum, fresh color, large margins, very fine. Cat value for OG. Cat $300. 1004



(E4) 1894 MESSENGER RUNNING 10¢ BLUE ........ PH $1000

Genuine, MINT never hinged, small corner crease upper right, fine to very fine. An extremely fresh example. (2013 PSAG Cert #0564473). Cat $2250. 1005



Bottom margin strip of 3 with imprint & plate #381. Left two stamps MINT never hinged, right stamp very lightly hinged, one lightly toned perf tip at top center. Extremely fine. CV for singles. (2011 PF Cert #499758). Cat $1210.

(E4) 1894 MESSENGER RUNNING 10¢ BLUE ........ PH

1008





(E4) 1894 MESSENGER RUNNING 10¢ BLUE ........ PH

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $2250.

$500

$800

Bottom margin strip of 3 with imprint & plate #5240-09 from the re-issued plates of 1909. Scarce strip in outstanding condition. OG, previously hinged, very fine. (1996 PF Cert #0303967) Cat $825.

$500

Fresh color and impression, bright white paper, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. (2004 PSE Cert #00127214) Cat $900. 1006

(E6) 1909 BICYCLE 10¢ ULTRAMARINE, RE-ISSUE STRIP W/ PLATE # .................................. PH

1009



(E6) 1902 BICYCLE 10¢ ULTRAMARINE ................ PH

$200

OG, previously hinged, well centered, extremely fine. Cat $230. 1010



(E7) 1908 MERCURY HELMET 10¢ GREEN ........... PH

$115

Nice used example with light cancel, extremely fine. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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Estimate

1011

Estimate

1012

1013

1014 1015

1020

1016

1021

1017

1018

1022

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1023





(E11) 1917 BICYCLE 10¢ PALE ULTRAMARINE .... PH



(E12) 1922 MOTORCYCLE 10¢ GRAY VIOLET, PLATE SINGLE .......................................................... PH



1023





$110 1024



1025



Vertical block of 8 (2x4). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $1040. 1015



(J1) 1879 NUMERAL 1¢ BROWN, BLOCK .............. PH

1016



(J1) 1879 NUMERAL 1¢ BROWN ............................. PH

1026



$200



(J2) 1879 NUMERAL 2¢ BROWN ............................. PH

$300

Nice tall stamp, rich color, original gum, lightly hinged, fresh, very fine to extremely fine. Cat $400. 1018



(J3) 1879 NUMERAL 3¢ BROWN ............................. PH

1019



(J3) 1879 NUMERAL 3¢ BROWN ............................. PH



(J4) 1879 NUMERAL 5¢ BROWN ............................. PH



(J6) 1879 NUMERAL 30¢ BROWN ........................... PH

$350

OG, lightly hinged, well centered, extremely fine. (Copy of PSE Cert for original block) Cat $350.

(J12) 1879 SPECIAL PRINTING 10¢ DEEP BROWN .................................................................................... PH $3000

(J14) 1879 SPECIAL PRINTING 50¢ DEEP BROWN .................................................................................... PH $3500

(J16) 1884 NUMERAL 2¢ RED BROWN, IMPRINT PAIR ........................................................................... PH

1028



(J17) 1884 NUMERAL 3¢ RED BROWN ................... PH

72

$150

$400

Full OG, previously hinged, rich color, light vertical margin crease, fine to very fine. Cat $1050. 1029



(J17) 1884 NUMERAL 3¢ RED BROWN ................... PH

$150

Fresh color, New York double oval postmark, light natural paper wrinkle, very fine. Cat $350. 1030



(J18) 1884 NUMERAL 5¢ RED BROWN (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH

$400

Nearly perfectly centered. Disturbed original gum, with hinge remnant. (2014 PSE Graded Cert #01276239, VF-XF 85 Mint DOG) (SMQ $640)

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(J12) 1879 SPECIAL PRINTING 10¢ DEEP BROWN .................................................................................... PH $6000

Bottom margin pair with American Bank Note Company imprint. MINT never hinged, centered to top. Fine. Cat $450.

$400

Attractive example, fresh, original gum, previously hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $775. 1021



$115

Choice stamp, fresh, original gum, previously hinged. Well centered, extremely fine. Cat $100. 1020

1027

$150

Fresh, OG, very light hinge, extremely fine. (2001 PF Cert #0376588). Cat $100.

$500

Scarce stamp, only 179 sold. Original gum, hinge remnant, small stain lower left and light horizontal crease, otherwise fine. (1987 PF Cert #174415). Cat $8750.

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Light natural gum skip at top. Cat $260. 1017

(J7) 1879 NUMERAL 50¢ BROWN ........................... PH

Rich deep brown shade for this very rare issue. Cert cites ‘disturbed part original gum, and a tiny thin spot at top.’ Fine appearance. (2005 PF Cert #0427957). Cat $8500.

$750

A MINT never hinged block of 4, couple gum skips. Fresh, well centered, very fine. Estimated cat $1150.

$150

Choice example of this RARE issue (only 174 sold), seldom offered in sound condition. Rich color, part original gum, previously hinged, very fine. (1991 PF Cert #240990). Cat $8500.

$150

(E12a) 1922 MOTORCYCLE 10¢ DEEP ULTRAMARINE, MULTIPLE .................................................................. PH $500

(J6) 1879 NUMERAL 30¢ BROWN ........................... PH

Rich color, fresh and fine. Original gum, previously hinged. Cat $1750.

Right plate #17239 single. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $95. 1014

1026

OG, previously hinged. Fine to very fine. (copy of PSE Cert for original block) Cat $350.

$135

Choice stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $45. 1013

1025

Estimate

1022

(E8) 1911 BICYCLE 10¢ ULTRAMARINE (JUMBO) .................................................................................... PH

Beautiful stamp, rich color, lightly canceled, large, even margins – it has it all! Fresh, extremely fine Jumbo gem. Cat $10. 1012

1024

Estimate

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Estimate

Estimate

1028

1029

1030

1031

1032

1033

1034

1035

1036

1037

1027

1042

1038

1039

1040

1041

1043

1044

1045

1046

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1031



1033





$350

Estimate

1040



(J19) 1884 NUMERAL 10¢ RED BROWN ................. PH

$300

Rich color, original gum, lightly hinged, fresh, very fine. Cat $600.

1041

(J20) 1884 NUMERAL 30¢ RED BROWN ................. PH

1042

$550



(J20) 1884 NUMERAL 30¢ RED BROWN (JUMBO) .................................................................................... PH

$200

Beautiful stamp, rich color, lightly canceled. Huge margins, very fine to extremely fine Jumbo. (2002 PF Cert #0387318). Cat $70. 1035



(J21) 1884 NUMERAL 50¢ RED BROWN ................. PH



1036

1037





(J27) 1891 NUMERAL 30¢ BRIGHT CLARET ......... PH



1038



1043

$150

(J31) 1894 NUMERAL 1¢ DEEP CLARET, PLATE SINGLE .......................................................... PH

$400



(J34) 1895 NUMERAL 5¢ DEEP CLARET ................ PH

$200

Rich color, fresh, original gum, hinge remnant, natural gum bend, very fine. Cat $300. 1044



(J35) 1894 NUMERAL 10¢ DEEP CLARET .............. PH

$400

Pretty color. Post Office fresh, MINT never hinged. Fine plus. Cat $1000. 1045



(J35) 1894 NUMERAL 10¢ DEEP CLARET .............. PH

$200

Fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $350.

Huge stamp, jumbo margins, fresh and bright, original gum, lightly hinged, very light horizontal crease, otherwise extremely fine. Cat $575.

1046

(J28) 1891 NUMERAL 50¢ BRIGHT CLARET ......... PH $1000

1047

(J29) 1894 NUMERAL 1¢ VERMILION ..................... PH $1500

(J30) 1894 NUMERAL 2¢ VERMILION ..................... PH

Bottom margin plate single, #57. MINT never hinged, very fine. (2012 PSE Cert #01257261). Cat $260.

$300

Fresh, rich color, MINT never hinged. Fine to very fine. Cat $1750.

$750

Fresh, fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $775.

$300

Fresh color, original gum, hinge thin, fine appearance. Cat $1750.

(J30) 1894 NUMERAL 2¢ VERMILION ..................... PH

Fresh and bright, MINT never hinged, small gum blemish at right. Large margins, fine to very fine. (2004 PSE Cert #00111898 for block, this the bottom right stamp) Cat $1900.

Choice example, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (Copy of 2011 PSE Cert #01234465 for block). Cat $500. 1034

1048

Estimate

(J18) 1884 NUMERAL 5¢ RED BROWN ................... PH

Fresh color, fine to very fine. Mirror-like original gum. Previously hinged with remnant. Cat $600. 1032

1047



(J36) 1895 NUMERAL 30¢ DEEP CLARET .............. PH

$350

Choice stamp, rich color, fresh, very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $550. 

(J37) 1895 NUMERAL 50¢ DEEP CLARET .............. PH

$300

Very scarce mint bottom margin plate number single (#74). OG, hinge remnants, fine. Cat $1800. 1048



Scarce stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, just fine for issue. (2013 PSE Cert #01270961) Cat $5750. 1039 () (J29) 1894 NUMERAL 1¢ VERMILION ..................... PH $1250

(J37a) 1895 NUMERAL 50¢ PALE ROSE ................. PH

$300

Scarce and attractive example, well centered, reperforated at left and bottom, very fine appearance. (2004 PSE Cert #00109975) Cat $1600.

Fresh color, unused, no gum, very fine. Well centered for this notoriously difficult issue. (1987 PF Cert #174956) Cat $2500. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

1050

Estimate

1051

1052

1053

1054

1049 1055

1056

1061

1063

1057

1058

1059

1060

1064

1065

1066

1067

1062

1068

1069

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014





(J38) 1895 NUMERAL 1¢ DEEP CLARET ................ PH

(J43) 1895 NUMERAL 30¢ DEEP CLARET .............. PH



(J43) 1897 NUMERAL 30¢ DEEP CLARET, MULTIPLE .................................................................. PH



$150

$250

1057





(J43) 1897 NUMERAL 30¢ DEEP CLARET, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

1058





(J44) 1896 NUMERAL 50¢ DEEP CLARET .............. PH

1059



1060





(J44) 1897 NUMERAL 50¢ DEEP CLARET (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH

1061



1055



(J44) 1896 NUMERAL 50¢ DEEP CLARET, ARROW BLOCK ........................................................ PH

1062

$200

Choice used left arrow block of 4, light South Omaha cds, original gum, never hinged, very fine and scarce. Cat value for normal block, no premium added for arrow.

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(J54) 1914 NUMERAL 3¢ CARMINE LAKE ............. PH

(J54) 1914 NUMERAL 3¢ CARMINE LAKE ............. PH

74

$300

$250

(J54a) 1914 NUMERAL 3¢ DULL ROSE .................. PH $1500



(J56a) 1914 NUMERAL 10¢ DULL ROSE, BLOCK .... PH

$650

Block of 9. Fresh color, MINT never hinged. Some perf separations between top left pair. Fine to very fine. Cat $1890. 1063



(J57) 1914 NUMERAL 30¢ CARMINE LAKE (JUMBO) .................................................................................... PH

$750

Spectacular stamp, huge margins all around, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine Jumbo. (2013 PSE Cert #01263291). Cat $525.

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$125

Post Office fresh. Some large margins, fine. MINT never hinged, tiny perf crease. A good example of this scarce issue. (2004 APS Cert #156523). Cat $2900.

$300

Very pretty single with crisp impression. Disturbed original gum. (2014 PSE Graded Cert #01276240, VF-XF 85, Mint DOG; 1994 PF Cert #0286612) (SMQ $440)

(J52a) 1914 NUMERAL 1¢ DULL ROSE .................. PH

Fine example of this tough issue with robust color and impression. Near-perfect ‘S’ watermark. Original gum, previously hinged, somewhat glazed. Cat $1150.

Scarce stamp in post office fresh condition. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. (Copy of 2012 PF Cert for original block) Cat $1000. 1054

$500

Fresh and bright, lightly glazed original gum, fine example of this issue. Cat $1050.

$250

$800

(J49a) 1910 NUMERAL 10¢ ROSE CARMINE ......... PH

Choice stamp, fresh, extremely fine. Original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $95.

Used block of 4, South Omaha cancel, rich color. Very fine, lower right stamp a gem. Cat $450. 1053

$200

Choice stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged. Well centered, extremely fine. (2010 PF Cert #483721). Cat $280.

Horizontal block of 6, used with Omaha postmarks, full original gum (never hinged), fine and scarce. Cat $600. 1052

(J46) 1910 NUMERAL 2¢ DEEP CLARET, BLOCK .................................................................................... PH

Fresh, fine, MINT never hinged block of 4. Cat $460.

$350

Handsome stamp, deep, rich color, fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. (1989 PF Cert #214276) Cat $600. 1051

Estimate

1056

Beautiful stamp, wide margin imprint top single. Deep, rich color, superb. Stamp MINT never hinged, lightly hinged in selvage. Cat $40. 1050

1071X

Estimate

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1070

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

Estimate

1073

1075

1074

1077

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1064



1078X

Estimate

(J57) 1914 NUMERAL 30¢ CARMINE LAKE ........... PH

$300

Estimate

1071



Fresh, MINT never hinged, large margins with 3mm spacing, fine to very fine. (copy of PSE Cert for original block) Cat $525. 1065



(J59) 1916 NUMERAL 1¢ ROSE ............................... PH $3500

Fresh & fine, decently centered for this difficult issue. Lovely fresh color, MINT never hinged, even scarcer thus. (Photocopy of 1979 PF Cert #72932 for pair of which this is the left hand stamp). Cat $9000. 1066





(J59) 1916 NUMERAL 1¢ ROSE ............................... PH $1250

Scarce and desirable stamp. Fresh, original gum, fine. (2003 PSE Cert #00104758) Cat $4000. 1068



(J60) 1916 NUMERAL 2¢ ROSE ............................... PH

$750

An extremely fine GEM, well centered with large margins. Fresh, MINT never hinged. For accuracy, PF calls a tiny inclusion at top, which in no way detracts from this absolutely magnificent copy! A great showpiece. (2006 PF Cert #440141). Cat $750. 1069



(J63) 1917 NUMERAL 3¢ CARMINE ROSE, BLOCK .................................................................................... PH

$100

Right margin block of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, natural straight edge at bottom, top pair extremely fine. Estimated cat $155. 1070



(J66) 1917 NUMERAL 30¢ CARMINE ROSE (PF GRADED 85) ....................................................... PH

(J67) 1917 NUMERAL 50¢ CARMINE ROSE, SHADES ..................................................................... PH

$250

Three distinct shades of this issue, each very fine with original gum, hinged. Pretty. Cat $420. 1072



(J71) 1930 NUMERAL 2¢ CARMINE, MULTIPLE ......................................................... View photo online

$150

Left margin block of 54 (9x6). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $459. 1073



(J72) 1930 NUMERAL 3¢ CARMINE, MULTIPLE .... PH

$150

Horizontal block of 16 (8x2). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $750.

(J59) 1916 NUMERAL 1¢ ROSE ............................... PH $2500

Gorgeous example of this scarce issue. Fresh color. Original gum, previously hinged. Fine to very fine. (2000 PF Cert #358949). Cat $4000. 1067

1076

1074



(J73) 1930 NUMERAL 5¢ CARMINE, MULTIPLE .... PH

$300

Irregular block of 29. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $1232. 1075



(J73) 1930 NUMERAL 5¢ CARMINE, MULTIPLE .... PH

$200

Horizontal block of 8 (4x2). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $340. 1076



(J74) 1930 NUMERAL 10¢ CARMINE, MULTIPLE .................................................................................... PH

$500

Lower left corner margin block of 27. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $2850. 1077



(J74) 1930 NUMERAL 10¢ CARMINE, BLOCK ....... PH

$250

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine block of 4. Cat $380. 1078



(JQ1-5) 1913 PARCEL POST POSTAGE DUES 1¢-25¢ DARK GREEN ............................................... PH

$150

Complete set of 5, original gum, hinge remnants, 2¢ tiny thin speck, 25¢ extremely fine, others fine. Cat $300.

$250

Lovely example, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. (2013 PF Graded Cert #515989, VF-XF 85) (SMQ $270)

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Estimate

1079

1080

1085

1090X

1081X

1086

1091

1092

1094



(JQ2) 1913 NUMERAL 2¢ DARK GREEN ................ PH

$150

(JQ5) 1913 NUMERAL 25¢ DARK GREEN .............. PH





(K1-10, K12-15) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA 2¢-$1 ..... PH $1000

(K1//K10) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA 2¢-20¢, SELECTION (x8) ....................................................... PH

1083/ (K2//K17) 1919-22 USED SHANGHAI GROUP ......... PH

1090/ (K9//K17) 1919-22 OFFICES IN CHINA SURCHARGES (x4) .................................................. PH

1091

$250

(K3, K7, K9) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA 6¢, 14¢ & 18¢ .................................................................................... PH





(K5) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA 10¢ ON 5¢ BLUE ..... PH

1092



$150

1086



(K6) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA 12¢ ON 6¢ RED ORANGE ........................................................... PH

$220

Big stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine jumbo. (Copy of 2013 PSAG Cert #0564475 for block) Cat $220. 1087



(K6) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA 12¢ ON 6¢ RED ORANGE, PAIR ................................................. PH

$125

Top margin horizontal pair with plate #7822 over right stamp. OG, previously hinged, large margins, fine to very fine. (2013 PSAG Cert #0563403) Cat $170. 1088/(K9) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA 18¢ ON 9¢ SALMON RED, BLOCK ............................................. PH

1093

Block of 4, fresh and bright, three stamps MINT never hinged, bottom left stamp lightly hinged. Fine to very fine. Cat $575.

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(K12) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA 30¢ ON 15¢ GRAY (PSE GRADED 95) .................................................... PH



76

$250

(K15) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA $1 ON 50¢ LIGHT VIOLET (JUMBO) ................................... PH $2500

1094



(K15) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA $1 ON 50¢ LIGHT VIOLET .................................................... PH $1000

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01274373; 1982 PF Cert #108,462) Cat $1300. 1095



(K15) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA $1 ON 50¢ LIGHT VIOLET .................................................... PH

$750

Fresh color, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. (2008 PSE Cert #01168468). Cat $1300. 1096



(K15) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA $1 ON 50¢ LIGHT VIOLET .................................................... PH

$400

Choice stamp, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine and attractive. Cat $550. 

(K16) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA $2 ON $1 VIOLET BROWN ................................................... PH

$600

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $1000.

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$150

Choice stamp, BIG stamp with large margins all around. Fresh and bright, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (1999 PF Cert #0341472). Cat $1300.

1097 $325

(K12) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA 30¢ ON 15¢ GRAY .................................................................................... PH

OG, previously hinged, extremely fine to superb. Misidentified on cert. (2013 PSE Cert #01274372, graded XF-Sup 95, Mint OGph) (SMQ $225)

$400

Very fine stamp tied on small piece with 1922 U.S. agency postmark. Cat $140.

$375

MINT never hinged, light natural gum wrinkle, otherwise fresh, very fine. Cat $210.

Three singles, fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $545. 1085

$400

Four stamps: MINT never hinged K11, K13 & K17, and lightly hinged K9. Fresh, very fine group. Cat $815.

$750

Six used singles (five different): K2, K5, K8, K10 (x2) and K17, various cancels, fine to very fine, plus postcard to USA franked with USA 1¢ green Washington tied with US Postal Agency, Shanghai, China, cds, fine to very fine. Scott for used stamps, $875. 

1097

Includes: K9 block of 4, top pair hinge remnant, bottom pair MINT never hinged, very fine; and K10 horizontal pair, OG, hinge remnant, very fine. Cat $590.

Eight different stamps: K1-2, K4-5 & K7-10. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $1195.

1084

1096

1089/ (K9, K10) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA 18¢ ON 9¢ BLOCK & 20¢ ON 10¢ PAIR ................................. PH

Used set of 14. All sound, thus scarce, mixed centering from touching to very fine. Cat $3285. 1082

1089X

Estimate

$135

MINT never hinged, lightly soiled at center, otherwise very fine. (2002 PF Cert #383385) Cat $210. 1081

1095

1084X

Estimate

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $175. 1080

1083X

1088

1093

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1082X

1087

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1079

Estimate

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

1098

1099

1105

1106

1111

1112

1100



1101

1107

1114





(K16) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA $2 ON $1 VIOLET BROWN ................................................... PH





1103





(K16) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA $2 ON $1 VIOLET BROWN ................................................... PH (K16) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA $2 ON $1 VIOLET BROWN ................................................... PH

(K16) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA $2 ON $1 VIOLET BROWN ................................................... PH

1109 () (O22) 1873 INTERIOR 24¢ VERMILION (JUMBO) .................................................................................... PH



1110



1111

(O6) 1873 AGRICULTURE 12¢ YELLOW (JUMBO) .................................................................................... PH

1112

 

1113



$200

(O8) 1873 AGRICULTURE 24¢ YELLOW ................. PH

1115

 

$150

(O33) 1873 JUSTICE 30¢ PURPLE ........................... PH

$500

(O34) 1873 JUSTICE 90¢ PURPLE ........................... PH $1000

(O34) 1873 JUSTICE 90¢ PURPLE ........................... PH

$300

(O36) 1873 NAVY 2¢ ULTRAMARINE, BLOCK ........ PH

$250

Block of 4, pretty dull blue shade. Original gum, hinge remnants, fine to very fine. Cat $750. 1116



Nice big stamp, fresh & bright, unused no gum, fine to very fine. Cat $225 for no gum.

77

(O31) 1873 JUSTICE 15¢ PURPLE ........................... PH

Black cork cancel, sound, fine. Cat $900.

Bright delicate color. Fine to very fine, original gum, slightly disturbed. (1996 PF Cert #0305180) Cat $425.

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$150

Fresh, nice example of this scarce stamp. Original gum, previously hinged. Fine to very fine. (2010 PSE Cert #01226928). Cat $1900. 1114

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(O28) 1873 JUSTICE 6¢ PURPLE ............................. PH

Fine to very fine with large margins and fresh color. Full original gum with some light disturbance. Cat $1300.

$650

$125

$125

Fresh color, pretty violet cancel, fine. Cat $205.

Tall stamp, fresh color, unused, no gum, extremely fine. Cat $250 for no gum.

1106 () (O8) 1873 AGRICULTURE 24¢ YELLOW ................. PH

$750

Tall stamp, original gum, hinge remnant, very fine. (1996 APS Cert #102249). Cat $310.

$100

$200

$750

Stunning stamp, huge, even margins, vibrant color, tiny inclusion speck, unused, no gum, superb Jumbo gem. Cat $60 for no gum.

$150

Fresh color, small thin, fine appearance, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $450.

1104 () (O6) 1873 AGRICULTURE 12¢ YELLOW ................. PH

(O14) 1873 EXECUTIVE 10¢ CARMINE ................... PH

Complete set of 10. Attractive set, generally fresh and bright, all very fine. The 2¢ MINT never hinged, 30¢ unused, no gum (cataloged as such), balance full or (a few) partial OG, previously hinged. Cat $1360.

$150

Golden yellow shade, gorgeous deep rich color, well centered within huge JUMBO margins. MINT never hinged. Red handstamp owner’s mark on reverse just shows through on front, extremely fine. Cat $950.

1105

1116

1108//() (O15-24) 1873 INTERIOR 1¢-90¢ VERMILION .................................................................................... PH

$200

Well centered, tiny corner crease and small perf stain top right, otherwise fresh, very fine. Original gum, previously hinged. Cat $450. 1102

1115

1110

Fresh and bright, fine. Original gum, lightly hinged. Nice example of this issue. (2012 PF Cert #507733). Cat $1200.

$350

Fresh, original gum, previously hinged, fine. Cat $450. 1101

1109

1104

Estimate

1107

Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $450. 1100

1103

Estimate

(K16) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA $2 ON $1 VIOLET BROWN ................................................... PH

Handsome part left arrow single, fresh, original gum, very lightly hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $450. 1099

1102

1108X

1113

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1098

Estimate

(O38) 1873 NAVY 6¢ ULTRAMARINE (PSE GRADED 85 JUMBO) ...................................... PH

$100

Attractive used stamp, large margins, rich color, very fine to extremely fine jumbo. (2012 PSE Cert #01254887, Graded 85J, Used). SMQ value for 85 $40 and for 90 $60.

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1117X

Estimate

1118

1120

Estimate

1121

1122

1123

1124

1128X 1125

1126

1132

1133

1134

1135

Estimate

Estimate

1124

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(O41) 1873 NAVY 12¢ ULTRAMARINE .................... PH

$115

Very fine. Large part OG, previously hinged. Cat $220. 1119



(O49) 1873 POST OFFICE 3¢ BLACK, IRREGULAR BLOCK ....................................................

1125

1120



(O62) 1873 STATE 10¢ DARK GREEN ..................... PH



(O63) 1873 STATE 12¢ DARK GREEN ..................... PH

1126





(O67) 1873 STATE 90¢ DARK GREEN ..................... PH

1127



$250

1123 () (O67) 1873 STATE 90¢ DARK GREEN ..................... PH

78

$350

Five different, all well centered, fresh color: O72 1¢ no gum, very fine; O76 7¢ no gum, light perf toning, otherwise very fine; O78 12¢ no gum, short perf, very fine; O81 30¢ part OG, very fine; O82 OG, very fine. Cat $1040. 1129



(O75) 1873 TREASURY 6¢ BROWN ......................... PH

$170

MINT never hinged, reperforated at right, extremely fine appearance. (2008 PSE Cert #01154495). Cat $250.

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1128/()(O72//O82) 1873 TREASURY 1¢-90¢ BROWN ......... PH

$200

Rich color, unused, no gum. Reperf at right, very fine. Cat $525 for no gum.

(O71) 1873 STATE $20 GREEN & BLACK ............... PH $2500

Nice example of this difficult issue, rarely seen in sound condition. Fresh, disturbed original gum, previously hinged, fine to very fine. (1991 PF Cert #242189) Cat $5500.

$175

Big stamp, fine bottom margin stamp with deep green color. Disturbed original gum, redistributed over thin. Still pretty. Cat $1050.

(O70) 1873 STATE $10 GREEN & BLACK ............... PH $5250

Choice example of this scarce stamp, rich color. Fresh, large part original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine and attractive. (2013 PF Cert #514028) Cat $5000.

Black town cancel, rich color, sound, well centered, very fine. Cat $125. 1122

(O69) 1873 STATE $5 GREEN & BLACK ................. PH $2500

Handsome example, original gum, previously hinged, faint horizontal crease at bottom, otherwise fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01270955) Cat $8000.

$150

Very TALL stamp. Extremely fine centering, with deep, rich color. Disturbed gum, hinge remnant. (1997 APS Cert #110904). Cat $230. 1121



$100

Irregular block of 19. Very fine, MINT never hinged, various brownish gum spots, some showing through to face. Still attractive and useful. Cat $475.

(O69) 1873 STATE $5 GREEN & BLACK ................. PH $6500

Handsome example of this RARE issue. Beautiful deep rich color, original gum, lightly hinged. Fresh, very fine. For accuracy, cert mentions ‘seven perf holes at the right (bottom) re-punched’, which in no way detracts. (2013 PSE Cert #1259873). Cat $8000.

$100

Selection of three well-centered USED Officials: 6¢ Navy O38, 3¢ Treasury O74 & 12¢ War O89. Very fine. Cat $39. 1118

1136 1137

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1130X

1127

1131

1117

1129

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1138

Estimate

1139

1145

1140

1146

1141

1148

$250

Complete ‘set’ of 11 values, made up of hard (1873) and soft (1879) papers. The 1873 issues include 7¢, 15¢, 24¢, 30¢ and 90¢; the 1879 soft papers include 1¢, 2¢, 3¢, 6¢, 10¢ and 12¢. The 2¢ & 6¢ no gum and cataloged as such; the 1¢ and 30¢ damaged and not counted in the total cat value. Others OG, hinged, fine or better. Cat $700. (O90) 1873 WAR 15¢ ROSE ...................................... PH



(O90) 1873 WAR 15¢ ROSE ...................................... PH



(O93) 1873 WAR 90¢ ROSE ...................................... PH

$180



(O93) 1873 WAR 90¢ ROSE ...................................... PH

1142 () (O113) 1879 TREASURY 90¢ BROWN SOFT PAPER ........................................................................ PH

1143



1136 () (O107) 1879 JUSTICE 6¢ BLUISH PURPLE SOFT PAPER ............................................................. PH

1144/ (O120) 1879 WAR 30¢ ROSE RED SOFT PAPER, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

1137



(O110) 1879 TREASURY 6¢ BROWN SOFT PAPER ........................................................................ PH

1145

S (O1Sa) 1875 SPECIAL PRINTING 1¢ AGRICULTURE, ‘SEPCIMEN’ ERROR ................................................. PH

1138



(O112) 1879 TREASURY 30¢ BROWN SOFT PAPER ........................................................................ PH $1300

Genuine, OG, lightly hinged, fine to very fine. (2013 PSAG Cert #0564456). Cat $2400. 1139



(O112) 1879 TREASURY 30¢ BROWN SOFT PAPER ........................................................................ PH

$600

Genuine, rich color, unused, part original gum with a tiny tear in the bottom margin. (2012 PSAG Cert #0561372). Cat $2400. 1140



(O112) 1879 TREASURY 30¢ BROWN SOFT PAPER ........................................................................ PH

1146

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79

$600

S (O32S) 1875 SPECIAL PRINTING 24¢ JUSTICE, SPECIMEN OVPT ...................................................... PH $1250

Rich color. Unused, no gum as issued. Sound perforations, fine to very fine. Rare, as only 150 were sold. Way undervalued compared to its scarcity! Cat $1250. 1147

S (O39S) 1875 SPECIAL PRINTING 7¢ NAVY, SPECIMEN OVPT ...................................................... PH

$400

Exceptional centering, fresh, unused, no gum as issued, very fine. Scarce stamp, only 501 sold. Cat $550 for no gum. 1148

S (O45S) 1875 SPECIAL PRINTING 90¢ NAVY, SPECIMEN OVPT ...................................................... PH $1000

Fresh, fine example of this rare Special Printing (only 102 sold), unused, no gum as issued. Cat $1400 for no gum. 1149

S (O51S) 1875 SPECIAL PRINTING 10¢ POST OFFICE, SPECIMEN OVPT ...................................................... PH $1200

Choice stamp, well centered, unused, no gum as issued, very fine, rare this nice. Only 177 sold. Cat $1100 for no gum. 1150

S (O53S) 1875 SPECIAL PRINTING 15¢ POST OFFICE, SPECIMEN OVPT ...................................................... PH $1600

$100

Just fine, with indistinct cancel. Cat $425.

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$400

Rare ‘SEPCIMEN’ error stamp. Unused, no gum as issued, soiled, short corner, otherwise sound. Cat $2500.

$300

Fresh, MINT never hinged bottom margin single with wide selvage and part inscription. Large margins, fine to very fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01267154 for original strip). Cat $450.

$200

Fresh MINT block of 4, with 3 stamps never hinged, bottom right stamp hinged, with inclusion. Scott CV for block $975, higher as singles. Fine to very fine.

$125

Tall stamp, fresh color and impression, unused, no gum, fine. Cat $210 for no gum.

(O113) 1879 TREASURY 90¢ BROWN SOFT PAPER ........................................................................ PH

Fine example with light, indistinct cancel. Cat $750.

1135 () (O103) 1879 INTERIOR 24¢ VERMILION SOFT PAPER ........................................................................ PH $1200

Pleasing example of this difficult stamp, unused, no gum, fine to very fine for issue. (2013 PSAG Cert #0564943) Cat $2100 for no gum.

$500

Fresh color, unused, no gum, light horizontal crease at top, fine appearing example, better than most of this rare stamp. (2005 APS Cert #162580) Cat $2000 for no gum.

$100

Some light soiling, still pretty four margin copy, very fine. Disturbed OG. Cat $225.

$525

Rare stamp in any condition, regummed over thin & repair at top right corner, very fine appearance for issue. (2012 PSAG Cert #0562627). Cat $2000 for no gum.

Nice big stamp, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, extremely fine. Cat $225. 1134

1150 Estimate

$135

Fresh, MINT never hinged, sound, fine to very fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01260331). Cat $190. 1133

1149

1144

1141 () (O113) 1879 TREASURY 90¢ BROWN SOFT PAPER ........................................................................ PH

$325

Choice top margin single, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (Copy of 2103 PSE Cert #01267153 for strip) Cat $190. 1132

1143

Estimate

1130/()(O83//O120) 1873-79 WAR DEPT 1¢-90¢ ROSE, COMPLETE SET ....................................................... PH



1142

1147

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1131

Estimate

Nice example of this rare stamp (only 82 sold). Unused, no gum as issued, rich color on clean white paper, fresh and fine to very fine. Cat $1600 for no gum.

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1151

Estimate

1152

Estimate

1153

1154

1156

1157

1155X

1158X

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

S (O55S) 1875 SPECIAL PRINTING 30¢ POST OFFICE, SPECIMEN OVPT ...................................................... PH $1250

Fresh, unused, no gum as issued, fine only. Rare stamp, only 81 sold. Cat $1600 for no gum. 1152

S (O65S) 1875 SPECIAL PRINTING 24¢ STATE, SPECIMEN OVPT ...................................................... PH

S (O66S) 1875 SPECIAL PRINTING 30¢ STATE, SPECIMEN OVPT ...................................................... PH



(OX13f) 1907 POST OFFICE SEAL BLUE, PRINTED ON BOTH SIDES ...................................... PH



(OX38) 1948 POST OFFICE SEAL GRAY BLACK HYPHEN HOLE PERF 9½, PANE OF 16 (x2) ........... PH

1156 () (PR2) 1865 FRANKLIN 10¢ GREEN ......................... PH



(PR14) 1875 STATUE OF FREEDOM 9¢ BLACK .... PH

$250

$150

Choice stamp, extraordinary centering, rich color on bright white paper, handstamp cancel, extremely fine to superb. (1998 PF Cert #326412) Cat $150.

(PR16) 1875 JUSTICE 12¢ ROSE ............................. PH

80

$400

Sound, disturbed original gum, hinge remnant. Fine to very fine. (2002 PSE Cert #00087762). Cat $800. 1160 () (PR16) 1875 JUSTICE 12¢ ROSE ............................. PH

$125

Unused, no gum, sound, fine. Cat $325 for no gum. $150

Bright color, unused, no gum, reperforated at top, otherwise fine. (2007 PF Cert #447739) Cat $700 for no gum. 1162 () (PR37) 1875 SPECIAL PRINTING 8¢ GRAY BLACK .................................................................................... PH

$650

Fresh, well centered, extremely fine. Natural straight edge bottom. Unused, no gum as issued. Scarce, only 1,930 sold. (1998 APS Cert #115563). Cat $975. 1163 () (PR42) 1875 SPECIAL PRINTING 36¢ PALE ROSE .................................................................................... PH $1500

Fresh, fine to very fine. Sound stamp, tough issue to find this nice. Rare, only 330 sold. Unused, no gum as issued. (1985 PF Cert #149493). Cat $2800. 1164



(PR67) 1879 JUSTICE 60¢ RED ............................... PH

$500

Fine to very fine. Original gum, hinge remnants. Cat $1000. 1165 () (PR67) 1879 JUSTICE 60¢ RED ............................... PH

$150

Rich color, unused, no gum, fine. (2007 PF Cert #447751) Cat $450 for no gum. 1166 () (PR70) 1879 JUSTICE 96¢ RED ............................... PH

$150

Rich color, unused, no gum, fine. (2007 PF Cert #447755) Cat $525 for no gum.

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$200

Fresh, unused, no gum as issued, very fine and attractive. Scarce this nice. Cat $300 for no gum. 1157

1159

$900

Two panes of 16. Fresh, MINT never hinged, scarce and fine. Cat $700.

$270

Both fresh, unused, no gum, very fine. (PR14 2011 Weiss Cert; PR91 2007 PF Cert #451933) Cat $395 for no gum.

1161 () (PR25) 1875 VICTORY $3 VERMILION .................... PH

Bottom margin single with natural straight edge. Full original gum, MINT never hinged, fresh & sound. Printed on both sides, gummed side inverted in relation to front (gummed side photographed in catalog). Very fine. Listed, but not valued in Scott. 1155

1158 () (PR14, PR91) 1875-94 FREEDOM 2¢ BLACK & 9¢ INTENSE BLACK ................................................. PH

$500

Choice example of this scarce stamp (only 249 sold), unused, no gum as issued, very fine. Cat $600 for no gum. 1154

1161 Estimate

$400

Fresh, fine example of this scarce stamp (only 253 sold), unused, no gum as issued. Cat $600 for no gum. 1153

1160

Estimate

USA Airmails, Dues & Back of Book, cont. 1151

1159

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

Estimate

1162

1163

1164

1165

1166

1167

1168

1169

1170

1171

1172

1173

1175 1174

1176

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1167



Estimate

(PR72) 1879 VICTORY $3 RED VERMILION ........... PH

$250

Estimate

1172



Fresh, fine to very fine. Original gum, previously hinged, tiny natural inclusion upper right. (2005 PF Cert #423575). Cat $625. 1168 () (PR73) 1879 CLIO $6 BLUE ...................................... PH

1169 () (PR75) 1879 VESTA $12 YELLOW GREEN (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH

$250

1173 () (PR95) 1894 JUSTICE 12¢ PINK .............................. PH



(PR79) 1879 INDIAN MAIDEN $60 PURPLE ............ PH

$500

Fresh, MINT never hinged, scarce thus. Rare, fine to very fine (Copy of 2013 PSE Cert #01271401 for pair) Cat $850 for hinged. 1171



(PR90) 1894 STATUE OF FREEDOM 1¢ INTENSE BLACK (JUMBO) ....................................................... PH

1174



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81

(PR102) 1895 STATUE OF FREEDOM 1¢ BLACK ..... PH

$300

Gorgeous lower right large margin example with large margins and huge selvage for issue. MINT never hinged. Very fine. Cat $500. 1175



(PR123) 1896 PEACE $20 SLATE ............................ PH

$135

Black town cancel, fine to very fine. Cat $180. 1176



$150

OG, previously hinged. Jumbo margins, small faults, extremely fine appearing. Cat $425.

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$575

Scarce stamp with delicate color, unused, no gum, fine. Cat $1100.

Fresh and bright, unused, no gum, very fine to extremely fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01270158, VF-XF 85, Mint NG) (SMQ $325) 1170

$125

Well centered. OG, hinge remnant, small thin, few natural gum creases. Very fine appearance. (2013 PF Cert #511954). Cat $425.

$150

Fresh color, unused (regummed), fine to very fine. Cat $400 for no gum.

(PR90) 1894 STATUE OF FREEDOM 1¢ INTENSE BLACK ....................................................................... PH

(PR125) 1896 INDIAN MAIDEN $100 PURPLE, PLATE STRIP (PSE GRADED 80) ............................ PH

$500

Attractive bottom plate, imprint & arrow strip of 3 (plate #140). Fresh, MINT never hinged, scarce thus. Very fine. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01256234, VF 80, Mint OGnh). Cat $450 for hinged.

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

Estimate

1179X

1177

1181

1178

1180X

1183

1184

1185

1186

1187

1182

1188 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate



(PR125) 1896 INDIAN MAIDEN $100 PURPLE (PF GRADED 85) ....................................................... PH



(PR125) 1896 INDIAN MAIDEN $100 PURPLE ........ PH



(Q1//12) SELECTION OF MINT PARCEL POSTS .... PH

1180/()(Q1-12, JQ1-5) 1913 PARCEL POST 1¢-$1 & POSTAGE DUE 1¢-25¢ .............................................. PH

$350

Complete sets of 12 & 5. Fresh colors, original gum (except Q12, no gum), hinge remnants, fine only to very fine. Cat $1298. 1181



(Q3) 1913 RAILWAY POSTAL CLERK 3¢ CARMINE .................................................................................... PH



(Q4) 1913 RURAL CARRIER 4¢ CARMINE ROSE (PSE SLABBED 90) ................................................... PH

$200

MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (PSE Slab #01198202, XF 90, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $200)

(Q7) 1913 AUTOMOBILE 15¢ CARMINE ROSE ...... PH

82

$200

$175

MINT never hinged, natural straight edge at right, extremely fine. Cat $175. 1185



(Q10) 1913 DAIRYING 50¢ CARMINE ROSE (PSE GRADED 80) .................................................... PH

$525

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01274376, VF 80, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $525) 1186



(Q11) 1913 HARVESTING 75¢ CARMINE ROSE ..... PH

$400

Attractive stamp, wide margins, deep rich shade. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. (1995 PF Cert #0296295). Cat $200. 1187



(Q11) 1913 HARVESTING 75¢ CARMINE ROSE ..... PH

$125

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $200. 1188



(Q12) 1913 FRUIT GROWING $1 CARMINE ROSE, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

$500

Block of 4. Rich color, well centered, original gum, hinge remnants, each stamp with small thin, very fine appearance. Cat $1350. 1189



(QE1-3, QE4a) 1928 SPECIAL HANDLING 10¢-25¢, BLOCKS .................................................................... PH

$100

Choice set of four blocks of 4, 1928 yellow green shades, 10¢ & 25¢ with plate numbers. Fresh, MINT never hinged, 15¢ one stamp mount glazing to gum (cataloged as hinged), very fine and attractive set. Cat $194.

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$100

Right margin single, fresh, well centered, extremely fine. Original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $10. 1182

1184

$250

Group of 18 mint Parcel Posts: 1¢-10¢ x2 each, 15¢, 20¢ x2, 25¢ (no gum, average), 75¢ & $1. Most have minor faults, hinge remnants, noted one hinge thin. Did note a few shades. Fine. Cat $985.

(Q7) 1913 AUTOMOBILE 15¢ CARMINE ROSE ...... PH

A MINT never hinged copy, with perfect centering and color! Reperforated at bottom. (2010 PSE Cert #01220519) Cat $175.

$175

Lovely, well centered used example, very fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01272862) Cat $240. 1179



$325

Handsome used example, very fine to extremely fine. (2013 PF Graded Cert #515285, VF-XF 85) (SMQ $365) 1178

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1183

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1191

1190

1192

1194

1193 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1195

1196

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(214) 1887 WASHINGTON BANKNOTE 3¢ VERMILION (BOTTOM PLATE) ............................... PH $1500

Bottom plate and imprint block of 12 (plate #421). MINT never hinged, pristine post office fresh, seldom seen on banknote plate blocks. Bright color, fine to very fine. Scarce and very nice for this. Cat $3400. 1191







1194



1195



83

(246) 1894 FRANKLIN 1¢ ULTRA (TOP PLATE) ...... PH

$250

Top plate block of 6 (plate #31). Original gum, previously hinged, light stain and gum reinforced perfs lower right, otherwise very fine. Cat $500. 1196



Choice bottom plate, imprint & ‘D’ block of 8 (plate #19). Rich color, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine and attractive. Cat $3250.

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(236) 1893 COLUMBIAN 8¢ MAGENTA (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH $1500

Bottom right corner plate block of 10 with plate #132, imprint & ‘I I.’ MINT never hinged, one row of perfs lightly folded. Rich color and very fine centering. Cat $2930.

(233) 1893 COLUMBIAN 4¢ ULTRAMARINE (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH $2500

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(236) 1893 COLUMBIAN 8¢ MAGENTA (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH $1800

Bottom plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #132). Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine Gem. Rare this nice. Cat $1650.

(231 var) 1893 COLUMBIAN 2¢ BROWN VIOLET, BROKEN HAT (BOTTOM PLATE) ............................ PH $2000

Choice bottom plate, imprint & ‘P P’ block of 8 (plate #167), each stamp is ‘broken hat’ variety, rare as such. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. Scott value of $1,200 is for 8 singles and does not reflect true rarity as Plate Block. There are very few nice ‘broken hat’ plate blocks in existence. (2011 PSE Cert #01244005 for plate block of 10). 1192

1193

(247) 1894 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE (TOP PLATE) ........ PH

$250

Attractive top plate & imprint block of 6 (plate #99), Well centered, fresh color, full top, original gum, previously hinged, hinge thins in top selvage, otherwise very fine to extremely fine. First Bureau plate blocks are seldom seen, especially those with full top. Cat $850.

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1197

1198

1201

1199

1204

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1205

Estimate

Estimate

1202

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(253) 1894 JACKSON 3¢ PURPLE (TOP PLATE) .... PH





(255) 1894 GRANT 5¢ CHOCOLATE (TOP PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

1203



$800

Rare wide top plate block of 6, rich color, disturbed OG, fine. Cat $1500. 1199



(267) 1895 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE III (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

$300

Top plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #217). Fresh, MINT never hinged, huge top, very fine. Cat $325. 1200



(269) 1895 LINCOLN 4¢ DARK BROWN (TOP PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

1201



(270) 1895 GRANT 5¢ CHOCOLATE (TOP PLATE) ....... PH

$600

Top plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #193). Full top, great centering, rich color, fresh, very fine. Full original gum, lightly hinged at top of selvage, top right stamp tiny ink mark to gum. Cat value for hinged plate block. Cat $675.

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(285) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 1¢ DARK YELLOW GREEN (TOP PLATE) .............................. PH

1204/ (286) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 2¢ COPPER RED (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

84

$600

$250

Top margin plate block of 4 (plate #608). OG, very lightly hinged, top pair MINT never hinged. Very fine. (2012 PSE Cert #01256180 for original block of 6, Graded VF 80, Mint OGph) Cat $240. 1205



(287) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 4¢ ORANGE (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH $3000

Top plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #634). Fresh and bright, MINT never hinged, nice full selvage, fine and attractive. Scarce this nice. Cat $3250.

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$200

Top left corner margin plate and imprint block of 15 (plate #601). Nice wide selvage. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $1402.

$200

Top plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #463). Original gum, previously hinged, top right stamp small thin and tear at right, otherwise fine plate block. Cat $775.

(282) 1898 GARFIELD 6¢ LAKE (TOP PLATE) ........ PH

Top plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #554). Rich color, original gum, previously hinged, thin speck top left stamp, gum reinforced perf separations along center row of perfs, just fine appearance. Cat $900.

$650

Top plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #95). Deep, rich color, full top, disturbed original gum, fine to very fine. First Bureaus are scarce with full top. Cat $1500. 1198

1200

1203

1202

1197

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1206

1209

1207

1208

1210X

1211

1212

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1206



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(295) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 2¢ CARMINE & BLACK (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH



(295) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 2¢ CARMINE & BLACK (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH

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1210



1211/ (304) 1903 LINCOLN 5¢ BLUE (BOTTOM PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

Bottom right corner margin plate & imprint block of 8 (carmine plate #1129). Fresh, MINT never hinged. Very fine. Catalog for PB of 6 + 2 singles. Cat $570. 1212



Large top margin irregular block of 24, with partial arrow, printer's initials, imprint & brown plate #1145 in top selvage. An eye catching piece. Unused, no gum, centering fine to very fine. 1209



(298) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 8¢ BROWN VIOLET & BLACK (BOTTOM PLATE) .................................... PH $5000

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(308) 1902 HARRISON 13¢ PURPLE BLACK (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH $2000

Very scarce full top plate block of 6, plate #3831. MINT never hinged, with small owner's handstamp on reverse. An outstanding & desirable plate block in this exceptional condition. Cat $1150. 1213



Exceptional bottom plate & imprint block of 6 (brown plate #1150). Fresh, vibrant color, MINT never hinged. Well centered, extremely fine. Cat $6250. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

$750

Bottom plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #4209). Fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, some stamps NH, very fine, perf separations between positions 1 and 2. (2008 PSE Cert #01188173) Cat $825.

$450

1208 () (296) 1901 PAN-AMERICAN 4¢ DEEP RED BROWN & BLACK, LARGE BLOCK (TOP PLATE) ............... PH $1200

(300//307) 1902-03 ISSUE, PLATE BLOCKS ........... PH $1200

Six bottom plate and imprint blocks of 6 for 1¢, 2¢ PB8, 4¢, 6¢, 8¢ PB8, & 10¢. Fresh, original gum, previously hinged, fine, couple just fine. Cat $4180.

$900

Bottom left plate, imprint, arrows and markers block of 12 (carmine plate #1092, black #1079). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine plate block of 12. Cat $1185. 1207

1213

(308) 1902 HARRISON 13¢ PURPLE BLACK (LEFT PLATE) ........................................................... PH

$350

Left WIDE plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #3831). Fresh, fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $675.

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1214

Estimate

1215

1216

1217

1218 1219X

1220

1221

1222

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Estimate

1218

(314) 1906 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE GREEN IMPERF (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH





(315) 1908 LINCOLN 5¢ BLUE IMPERF (LEFT PLATE) (PSE GRADED 90) ........................... PH $4500

1219





(319) 1903 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

$550

Top plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #4141). Gorgeous full top, rare as such, bright shade. Fresh, MINT never hinged, small owner's handstamp top right stamp. Very fine & choice for this notoriously difficult issue. (2013 PSAG Cert #0563338) Cat $310. 1217



(320A) 1908 WASHINGTON 2¢ LAKE IMPERF (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

$600

Top plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #4718). A surprisingly scarce plate block. MINT never hinged, light natural paper wrinkles, fine to very fine. Cat $1150.

1220



(323) 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE 1¢ GREEN (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

86

$350

$250

Top plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #2161). Rich color, fresh, MINT never hinged, small setoff on top center stamp, fine. Cat $550. 1221



(326) 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE 5¢ DARK BLUE (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH $1250

Bottom plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #2100). Fresh, MINT never hinged, minor perf separations in selvage, very fine. (2011 PSE Cert #01231745 for plate block of 8) Cat $1850.

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(323-24) 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE 1¢-2¢ PLATE BLOCK GROUP ............................................ PH

Four plate blocks: #323 bottom plate & imprint block of 6, disturbed OG, hinge remnant, just fine; #323 bottom plate & imprint block of 4, OG, previously hinged, fine to very fine; #323 bottom plate & imprint block of 4 MINT never hinged, light diagonal crease in selvage, otherwise fine; #324 top plate & imprint block of 4, OG, previously hinged, very fine. Cat $920.

Rare MINT never hinged plate block of 6, left plate and imprint (plate #2953). Fresh, extremely fine. (2011 PSE Graded Cert #01232491, XF 90, Mint OGnh; 1980 PF Cert #92,494) Cat $4750. 1216

$800

Bottom plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #2163). Exceptional centering, rich color, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine, couple trivial perf separations bottom left. Cat $550.

$500

Post Office fresh, wide top margin block of 6 with imprint & plate #3367. Extremely fine, MINT never hinged Cat $325. 1215

(323) 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE 1¢ GREEN (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH

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1223

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1224X 1225

1226

1231 1227

1228

1230

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1222



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(326) 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE 5¢ DARK BLUE (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH

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$850

Bottom plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #2098). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $1850. 1223



(326) 1904 LOUISIANA PURCHASE 5¢ DARK BLUE (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH

$700

Lovely bottom plate block of 6, plate #2100, rich color, original gum, hinged in selvage only (stamps MINT never hinged), very fine. Cat $1000. 1224



(331, 333) 1908 FRANKLIN 1¢ GREEN (TOP PLATE) & WASHINGTON 3¢ DEEP VIOLET (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH

$150

Two different plate blocks, both with original gum, 1¢ reattached along first column & 3¢ hinge reinforced along bottom selvage at left. 1¢ with letter, 3¢ with star, fine or better duo. Cat $500. 1225



(333) 1908 WASHINGTON 3¢ DEEP VIOLET (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH



(334) 1908 WASHINGTON 4¢ ORANGE BROWN (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH



1230



$300



(334) 1908 WASHINGTON 4¢ ORANGE BROWN (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

$300

1231



Top plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #4935). Fresh, fine to very fine. OG, top center stamp hinge remnant, otherwise MINT never hinged. Cataloged as singles. Cat $500. 1228



(346) 1909 WASHINGTON 4¢ ORANGE BROWN (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

$250

Top plate, imprint & star block of 6 (plate #5405). Original gum, light diagonal gum bend, top center stamp previously hinged, others never hinged. Huge margins all around, extremely fine and attractive. Cat $210.

Wide top plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #4933). Few strengthened perfs, otherwise fresh, very fine. Original gum, previously hinged. Cat $450. 1227

(341) 1909 WASHINGTON 50¢ VIOLET (TOP PLATE) .......................................................... PH $12,000

A stunning RARE top margin plate block of 6 (plate #4956). Full original gum, barest trace of light hinging, appears never hinged. Extremely fine. Durland gives premium for top position. (2007 PF Cert #454174). (Durland $9000) Cat $7000.

$300

Pretty top plate block of 6, plate #5131, with star, wide top selvage and rich color. Original gum, light hinge, fine to very fine. Cat $400. 1226

1229

(346) 1909 WASHINGTON 4¢ ORANGE BROWN IMPERF (BOTTOM PLATE) ...................................... PH

$100

Bottom plate & imprint block of 6 (plate #4935). Original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. (Durland $175) Cat $175.

(335) 1908 WASHINGTON 5¢ BLUE (TOP PLATE) .................................................................................... PH $4000

A MINT never hinged wide top margin plate block of 6 (plate #4928). Fresh, extremely fine. The nicest copy we have ever offered, worthy of the best collection! Cat $1000.

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1234 1232

1233

1235

1237

1238

1236

1241 1239

1240

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

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1238

USA Plate Blocks, cont. 1232



(370) 1909 SEWARD 2¢ CARMINE (LEFT PLATE) .................................................................................... PH



(370) 1909 SEWARD 2¢ CARMINE (TOP PLATE) .................................................................................... PH



1239





(370) 1909 SEWARD 2¢ CARMINE (BOTTOM PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

1240 $250



Bottom plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #5249). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $320. 1235



(378) 1911 WASHINGTON 5¢ BLUE (TOP PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

1236



(379) 1911 WASHINGTON 6¢ RED ORANGE (RIGHT PLATE) ......................................................... PH

1237



(379) 1911 WASHINGTON 6¢ RED ORANGE (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH

$200

Bottom margin plate block of 6 with imprint, star and plate #5430. OG, previously hinged, fine. Cat $440.

(402) 1914 PANAMA-PACIFIC 2¢ CARMINE PERF 10 (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................... PH $2500



(402) 1915 PANAMA-PACIFIC 2¢ CARMINE PERF 10 (TOP PLATE) .............................................. PH $1900

MINT never hinged top margin plate block of 6 (plate #6649). Natural gum bends and paper inclusion on lower left stamp, reinforced vertical perforations. Fine to very fine. Cat $3250. 1242



(415) 1912 FRANKLIN 9¢ SALMON RED (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

88

$300

Top plate block of 6 (plate #6915). Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, hinge remnants. Cat $650.

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1241

$625

Choice right plate, imprint & star block of 6 (plate #5423). Wide selvage, fresh & bright, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $700.

(400) 1913 PANAMA-PACIFIC 10¢ ORANGE YELLOW (LEFT PLATE) ........................................................... PH $1200

Choice WIDE bottom plate block of 6 (plate #7034). Wide selvage, exceptional centering. Fresh, original gum, top center stamp lightly hinged, others never hinged, extremely fine and attractive. Cat $1950.

$325

Top margin plate block of 6 (plate #6733). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $550.

$450

Wide left margin plate block of 6 (plate #6143). Full, fresh OG, previously hinged. Bright color, sound, overall fine centering. (Durland $2250) Cat $2350.

$350

Top plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #5241). Fresh, MINT never hinged, wide top, fine to very fine. Cat $320. 1234

(397) 1913 PAN PACIFIC 1¢ GREEN (TOP PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

Lovely top plate block of 6 (plate #6128). Deep rich color, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. Cat $450.

$400

Choice left plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #5144), WIDE selvage. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $320. 1233

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Estimate

1242

1244

1245

1246

1243

1248

1249

1250

1251

1247

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1243



Estimate

(427) 1914 WASHINGTON 4¢ BROWN (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH

Estimate

1248



$250

Bottom plate block of 6 (plate #7273). Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $475. 1244



(435) 1914 WASHINGTON 2¢ ROSE RED (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

$200



(499 var) 1917 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE (TOP PLATE) FROM #505 SHEET ........................... PH

$200

1249



(500) 1919 WASHINGTON 2¢ DEEP ROSE TYPE Ia (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH $1350



1250





(502) 1917 WASHINGTON 3¢ DARK VIOLET TYPE II (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

$850

1251



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(506) 1917 WASHINGTON 6¢ RED ORANGE (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

$175

(507) 1917 WASHINGTON 7¢ BLACK (TOP PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

$300

Top plate block of 6 (plate #F 12564). Fresh, very fine, MINT never hinged. Cat $450. 1252/(507) 1917 WASHINGTON 7¢ BLACK (TOP PLATE) .................................. View photo online

Top plate block of 42 (plate #8462). MINT never hinged, indistinct plate number, otherwise fresh, fine to very fine. Cat $1355.

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Top plate block of 6 (plate #F 13372). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $300.

Fresh large top plate of 6 (plate #F 10205, MINT never hinged, fine for this stamp. Cat $3750. 1247

(504) 1917 WASHINGTON 5¢ BLUE (TOP PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

Top plate block of 6 with wide top selvage (plate #11750). MINT never hinged, few perf holes not fully punched, very fine. Cat $225.

Very choice wide top plate block of 6 (plate #7942) from sheet with the 5¢ carmine error stamp. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $70. 1246

$200

Top plate block of 6 (plate #8494). Fresh color, fine, wide top, stamps MINT never hinged, hinge remnants at gum reinforced perfs in ungummed selvage. Cat $150 for hinged.

Very fine premium top plate block of 6 (plate #7593). Deep color, sharp impression and extremely wide top margin. MINT never hinged. Cat $75. 1245

(503) 1917 WASHINGTON 4¢ BROWN (TOP PLATE .................................................................................... PH

$125

Top plate block of 6 (plate #8898), five stamps MINT never hinged, top center stamp hinged, couple of stamps with big margins, very fine to extremely fine. Cat $250.

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Estimate

1254

1255

1253

1256

1258

1259

1260

1257

1261

1262

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1263 Estimate



(510) 1917 FRANKLIN 10¢ ORANGE YELLOW (TOP PLATE, PSE GRADED 85) .............................. PH



(510) 1917 FRANKLIN 10¢ ORANGE YELLOW (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH



1259





(512) 1917 FRANKLIN 12¢ CLARET BROWN (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH

1260



$175



(513) 1919 FRANKLIN 13¢ APPLE GREEN (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

1261

1257



(517) 1917 FRANKLIN 50¢ RED VIOLET (LEFT PLATE) ........................................................... PH

$700

Left plate block of 6 (plate #7049). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $2550.

(518) 1917 FRANKLIN $1 VIOLET BROWN (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH

90

$750

Bottom plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #5782). Fresh, original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine. Cat $1300. 1262



(525) 1918 WASHINGTON 1¢ GRAY GREEN (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

$150

Top plate block of 6 (plate #9321), scarce wide full top, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $50.

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$350

A WIDE top margin plate block of 6 (plate #12587). MINT never hinged, with gum skip on upper left stamp. Large margins, bright color, very fine. (Durland $175) Cat $240.

(518) 1917 FRANKLIN $1 VIOLET BROWN (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH $1500

A scarce WIDE top margin imprint ‘A’ and plate block of 6 (plate #5782). Fresh, MINT never hinged. Luxuriant color, very fine. Cat $2100.

Trimmed bottom margin plate block of 6 (plate #6931). Rich color, MINT never hinged, some stamps are Jumbo, very fine. Cat $260. 1256

(518) 1917 FRANKLIN $1 VIOLET BROWN (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH $1700

Bottom plate block of 6 (plate #5782)with imprint & ‘A.’ Deep vivid color. MINT never hinged, tiny gum skip on top center stamp mentioned for accuracy. Very fine. Cat $2100.

$200

Top plate block of 6 (plate #13405), striking color, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $325. 1255

(518) 1917 FRANKLIN $1 VIOLET BROWN (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH $2000

Choice bottom plate, imprint & ‘A’ block of 6 (plate #5782). Fresh, MINT never hinged, with drop-dead gorgeous centering, EXTREMELY FINE. A real GEM! Cat $2100.

$700

MINT never hinged wide top margin plate block of 6 (plate #13403). Fresh, very fine to extremely fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01271014, graded VF-XF 85, Mint OGnh) Cat $325. 1254

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1258

USA Plate Blocks, cont. 1253

1264

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Estimate

1266

1269

1267

1272

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014 

1273

Estimate

(527) 1920 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE V (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

Estimate

1269



$300

Top plate block of 6 (plate #11052). Fresh, MINT never hinged, WIDE top, very fine. Cat $350. 1264



(527) 1920 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE V (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH



(528) 1920 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE Va (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

1270



$200

$250



(528) 1920 WASHINGTON OFFSET 2¢ CARMINE TYPE Va (TOP PLATE) ............................................. PH

1271

1267



(528B) 1920 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE VII OFFSET (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................... PH



1272





(533) 1920 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE V, IMPERF (BOTTOM PLATE) ...................................... PH

$150

1273



$750

Bottom plate block of 6 (plate #11893). Bright rich color. Center pair OG, previously hinged. Extremely fine. (2009 PF Cert). Cat $1100.

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$450

(537) 1919 VICTORY 3¢ VIOLET (BOTTOM PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

$200

(540) 1919 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE (TOP PLATE W/ STAR) ............................................. PH

$250

Top plate and star block of 10 (plate #13778), clipped perfs at left as often. Fresh, very fine. Upper left stamp in plate block lightly hinged, all other stamps MINT never hinged. Cat value for hinged plate block and 6 NH singles. Cat $440.

Bottom plate block of 6 (plate #11893). MINT never hinged, fine plus. Cat $375. 1268

(536) 1919 WASHINGTON 1¢ GRAY GREEN (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH

A MINT never hinged wide bottom plate block of 6 (plate #9429). Fine to very fine, in black mount on Minkus album page. Cat $375.

$115

Top plate & monogram block of 8 (plate #11591). Fresh, MINT never hinged, just fine. Cat $340.

$250

Fresh, MINT never hinged bottom margin plate block of 6 (plate #9985). Extremely fine. An outstanding example, difficult to find with such choice centering. Cat $400.

Wide top margin plate block of 6 (plate #11342). Fresh, MINT never hinged, large margins, very fine. Cat $175. 1266

(534) 1920 WASHINGTON IMPERF TYPE Va (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

Top plate block of 6 (plate #11422). Huge margins, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $200.

Top plate block of 6 (plate #11936). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $350. 1265

1268

1271

1270

1263

Estimate

(540) 1919 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE, PERF 11x10 (TOP PLATE) ........................................ PH

$200

Top plate and star block of 20 (5x4, plate #13778 & star). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $852.

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Estimate

1275 1276

1274

1277

1281

1279

1282

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1283







(550) 1920 PILGRIM TERCENTENARY 5¢ DEEP BLUE (TOP PLATE) ........................................ PH

$700



(552) 1923 FRANKLIN 1¢ DEEP GREEN (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

$300

1281





(553) 1925 HARDING 1½¢ YELLOW BROWN (BOTTOM PLATE) .......................... View photo online

$115

Bottom plate block of 6 (plate #16840). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine and attractive. Cat $95. 1279



(556) 1923 MARTHA WASHINGTON 4¢ YELLOW BROWN (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................... PH

$250

$450

(559) 1923 MCKINLEY 7¢ BLACK (BOTTOM PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

$125

Bottom plate block of 6 (plate #15274). Fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. Cat $120. 1282



(561) 1923 JEFFERSON 9¢ ROSE (LEFT PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

$250

Left plate block of 6 (plate #14242). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $400. 1283/(561) 1923 JEFFERSON 9¢ ROSE (RIGHT PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

$230

Right side plate block of 6 (plate #14241). One stamp lightly hinged, others never hinged. Very fine. Cat $250 for hinged. 1284



Top plate block of 6 (plate #16557). Wide top, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (2013 PSE Cert #01274364) Cat $55. 1278

(558) 1922 GARFIELD 6¢ RED ORANGE (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH

Fresh, MINT never hinged bottom block of 6 (plate #15895). Fine to very fine. Cat $650.

(547) 1920 FRANKLIN $2 CARMINE & BLACK (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH $3500

Top plate block of 6 (plate #F 12426). Fresh, MINT never hinged (top left stamp vertical gum skip), wide top, rich color, extremely fine and attractive. Cat $700. 1277



$325

Top arrow plate block of 8 (carmine plate #8177, black #8179). MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $6000. 1276

Estimate

1280

(542) 1920 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN (RIGHT PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

Right plate block of 8 (plate #10152), MINT never hinged, plate stamp tiny pinpoint thin speck, otherwise extremely fine. Cat $360. 1275

1284

Estimate

USA Plate Blocks, cont. 1274

1280

(562) 1923 MONROE 10¢ ORANGE (TOP PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

$175

Top plate block of 6 (plate #14229). Huge top, fresh and bright, upper left stamp lightly hinged, others MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $275. 1285



(563a) 1922 HAYES 11¢ LIGHT BLUISH GREEN (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

$250

Choice top plate block of 6 (plate #17617), wide top, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $60.

A MINT never hinged bottom margin plate block of 6 (plate #16367). Light flat plate gum bend, very fine. Cat $400.

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1285

Estimate

Estimate

1286

1289

1287

1290

1293

1291

1294

Estimate

1292



$230

Wide top margin plate block of 6 (plate #15352). Stamps all MINT never hinged, light hinge mark in ungummed selvage. Very fine. Cat $115 for hinged. 

(564) 1923 CLEVELAND 12¢ BROWN VIOLET (RIGHT PLATE) ......................................................... PH



(564) 1923 CLEVELAND 12¢ BROWN VIOLET (RIGHT PLATE) ......................................................... PH

1293

1289



(565) 1923 INDIAN 14¢ BLUE (TOP PLATE) ............ PH



(566) 1922 STATUE OF LIBERTY 15¢ GRAY (RIGHT PLATE) ......................................................... PH

1294





(567) 1923 GOLDEN GATE 20¢ CARMINE ROSE (RIGHT PLATE) ......................................................... PH

(570) 1922 ARLINGTON AMPHITHEATRE 50¢ LILAC (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

$750

(570) 1922 ARLINGTON AMPHITHEATRE 50¢ LILAC (LEFT PLATE) ........................................................... PH

$375

Left plate block of 6 (plate #19144). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $800. 1295



(571) 1923 LINCOLN MEMORIAL $1 VIOLET BROWN (TOP PLATE) ................................ PH

$325

Top margin plate block of 6 (plate #18642). MINT never hinged, several gum wrinkles, extremely fine centering. Cat $525. 1296



$250

Right margin plate block of 6 (plate #17431) with large 5-point star. OG, previously hinged. Fine. Cat $550. 1291

$200

Top plate block of 6 (plate #F 19144). Nice wide top, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $800.

$350

Top margin plate block of 6 (plate #19420). Stunning deep blue shade, full top, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. Cat $130. 1290



$100

Right margin plate block of 6 (plate #17421) with large 6-point star found only on this plate. OG, not hinged but disturbance on lower left stamp. Fine. (Durland $250) Cat $250.

(569) 1923 BISON 30¢ OLIVE BROWN (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

Top plate block of 6 (plate #F 17448). Fresh MINT never hinged, top stamps with small gum skips, tiny tear top right, fine to very fine.

$150

A MINT never hinged right margin plate block of 6 (plate #17419) with large 5-point star. Faint natural gum skip. Fine to very fine. Cat $225. 1288

1296

Estimate

1286/(564) 1923 CLEVELAND 12¢ BROWN VIOLET (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

1287

1292

1295

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1288

(572) 1923 CAPITOL $2 DEEP BLUE (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

$850

Top plate block of 6 (plate #14306). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $1100.

$450

MINT never hinged right margin plate block of 6 (plate #17426) with large 5-point star. Fresh, fine to very fine. Cat $850. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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Estimate

Estimate

1299 1297

1301

1300

1302

1303X

1304

1305

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

1302

USA Plate Blocks, cont. 1297



1298/(585-87) 1924-25 FOURTH BUREAU 4¢-6¢ PERF 10, PLATE MULTIPLES .......................................................

(587) 1925 GARFIELD 6¢ RED ORANGE (LOWER RIGHT PLATE) ........................................... PH

1303/ (617-19) 1925 LEXINGTON-CONCORD 1¢-5¢, PLATE BLOCK SET .................................................. PH



(588) 1926 MCKINLEY 7¢ BLACK PERF 10 (LOWER RIGHT PLATE) ........................................... PH

1304



$500

$400



(616) 1924 HUGUENOT-WALLOON 5¢ DARK BLUE (RIGHT PLATE) ......................................................... PH

1305



(619) 1925 LEXINGTON-CONCORD 5¢ DARK BLUE (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH

$150

(620) 1925 NORSE-AMERICAN 2¢ CARMINE & BLACK (TOP PLATE) ................................................ PH

$170

Top plate & arrow block of 8 (carmine plate #16924, black #16687). Perfs reinforced in ungummed portion of selvage, otherwise MINT never hinged. Fine to very fine. Cat $180 for hinged.

$200

MINT never hinged wide right margin plate block of 6 (plate #15754). Fresh, fine to very fine. Cat $375.

$200

MINT never hinged bottom plate block of 6 (plate #16805). Couple of natural gum skips, weak plate number, fine to very fine. Cat $300.

Very fine lower right plate block of 4 (plate #18179). Fresh. MINT never hinged. Cat $425. 1301

$150

Complete set of 3 plates of 6: 1¢ fine top MINT never hinged with inclusion spot; 2¢ extremely fine top with stamps MINT never hinged and three very high grade singles within and 5¢ very fine right side MINT never hinged with typical gum bends. Figured as three never hinged plate blocks. Cat $458.

Lower right plate block of 4 (plate #17967). Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $325. 1300

(616) 1924 HUGUENOT-WALLOON 5¢ DARK BLUE (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

Top plate block of 6 (plate #F15754). Deep, rich color, original gum, hinge remnants, fine to very fine. Cat $250.

$800

Three corner plate blocks of 25, each with one stamp in plate block hinged (4¢ with hinge thin), all other stamps never hinged. Fine to very fine. Cat value for singles. Cat $2348. 



(573) 1923 FREEDOM STATUE $5 CARMINE & BLUE (TOP PLATE) ................................................... PH $2500

Wide top margin plate block of 8 with blue plate #F14326, red arrow, blue marker & $5.00 and red plate #F14327. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $2800.

1299

Estimate

1306



(621) 1925 NORSE-AMERICAN 5¢ DARK BLUE & BLACK (TOP PLATE) ................................................ PH

$700

Top plate and arrow block of 8 (blue plate #16963, black #16929). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $700.

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Estimate

Estimate

1306

1310 1307

1309

1308

1311X

1312

1313

1315

1314

1316

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1307



Estimate

(622) 1926 HARRISON 13¢ GREEN (TOP PLATE, PSE GRADED 85) .............................. PH



(623) 1925 WILSON 17¢ BLACK (LEFT PLATE) ..... PH



$500

Fresh, MINT never hinged WIDE top margin plate block of 6 (plate #F19120). Very fine to extremely fine. (2013 PSE Graded Cert #01260316, VF-XF 85, Mint OGnh). Cat $325. 1308

Estimate

1312



(623) 1925 WILSON 17¢ BLACK (BOTTOM PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

1313



$200

$150



(634A) 1928 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE II (LOWER LEFT PLATE) ............................................. PH $1500

Lower left plate block of 4 (plate #19746). Choice plate block, deep rich color, exceptional centering, fresh, very fine to extremely fine. Top pair original gum, lightly hinged, bottom pair MINT never hinged. (Durland $2000) Cat $2200. 1311



(646-48) 1928 HAWAII & MOLLY PITCHER, PLATE BLOCKS ........................................................ PH

1314



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$160

(677) 1929 NEBRASKA 8¢ OLIVE GREEN (UPPER LEFT) ........................................................... PH

$300

MINT never hinged upper left corner plate block of 4 (plate #18192). Fresh, fine. Cat $600. 1315



(679) 1929 NEBRASKA 10¢ ORANGE YELLOW, MULTIPLE (LOWER RIGHT PLATE) ........................ PH $1300

Lower right plate block of 28 (plate #19235). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $1300. 1316



$225

Three mint plate blocks of 4. Includes 2¢ Hawaii (plate #19055), 5¢ Hawaii (plate #18908), and 2¢ Molly Pitcher (plate #19071). All OG, previously hinged, fine to very fine. (Durland $490) Cat $437. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

(672) NEBRASKA 3¢ VIOLET, INVERTED PRECANCEL (UPPER LEFT PLATE) ....................... PH

Extremely fine upper left plate block of 4 (plate #18803) with inverted Clay Center, Nebr. precancel, no gum. Choice item, ex-Seacrest.

Bottom plate block of 6 (plate #18024). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $350. 1310

$425

Lower right plate block of 4 (plate #18908). MINT never hinged. Extremely fine. Cat $425.

Left plate block of 6 (plate #18023). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $350. 1309

(648) 1928 HAWAII 5¢ BLUE (LOWER RIGHT PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

(715) 1932 WASHINGTON BICENTENNIAL 10¢ ORANGE YELLOW (LOWER LEFT PLATE) ............ PH

$100

Choice lower left plate block of 4 (plate #20642). Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $120.

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Estimate

Estimate

1317

1318

1320X

1321

1322

1323

1319

1325

1324

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate





(833) 1938 HARDING $2 YELLOW GREEN & BLACK, LARGE BLOCK (TOP PLATE) .................................. PH



(834) 1938 COOLIDGE $5 CARMINE & BLACK (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

$250

Top plate of 6, plate #22166 black & 22169 carmine, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $375. 1320



(1053) 1956 HAMILTON $5 BLACK (MATCHING PLATE BLOCK SET) ........................... PH

$500

Matching set of 4 corner margin plate blocks of 4 (plate #25367). Fresh, fine, MINT never hinged. Cat $960. 1321



(1053) 1956 HAMILTON $5 BLACK (LOWER LEFT PLATE) ............................................. PH

1322



(C5) 1923 EMBLEM 16¢ DARK BLUE (TOP PLATE) .................................................................................... PH $2000

Top plate block of 6 (plate #14829). Fresh, MINT never hinged, an exceptionally choice plate block. Cat $2150.



(C6) 1923 BIPLANE 24¢ CARMINE (LEFT PLATE) .................................................................................... PH $2200

WIDE left plate block of 6 (plate #14843). Fresh, well-centered, extremely fine. Drop-dead gorgeous, MINT never hinged. Cat $2750. 1325



(C6) 1923 BIPLANE 24¢ CARMINE (BOTTOM PLATE) .................................................................................... PH $1500

Bottom plate block of 6 (plate #14842). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $2750. 1326



(C13) 1930 ZEPPELIN 65¢ GREEN (LEFT PLATE) .................................................................................... PH $2000

Left plate block of 6 (plate #20080). Fresh, deep color, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $2450. 1327



(C13) 1930 ZEPPELIN 65¢ GREEN (BOTTOM PLATE) .................................................................................... PH $1500

Bottom plate block of 6 (plate #20007). Extraordinary centering, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine and choice. (2004 PSE Cert #00126028) Cat $2450. 1328



(C14) 1930 ZEPPELIN $1.30 BROWN (RIGHT PLATE) .................................................................................... PH $4250

WIDE right margin plate block of 6 (plate #20088). Fresh, pristine gum, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $5750.

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$150

Lower left plate block of 4 (plate #25367). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $240.

(C5) 1923 EMBLEM 16¢ DARK BLUE (LEFT PLATE) .................................................................................... PH $1500

Left plate block of 6 (plate #14829). Nice rich color. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $2150.

$300

Attractive MINT never hinged top margin plate block of 20 with 2 ‘TOP,’ 2 registration markers, 2 ‘$2.00,’ black plate #F 22121, yellow green plate #F23478 and center line without arrow. Overall, centering very fine. Cat $450. 1319



(832b) 1951 WILSON $1 PURPLE & BLACK WATERMARKED USIR (TOP PLATE) ...................... PH $1000

Top plate block of 4 (purple plate #22094, black #22099). Slightly disturbed original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine. Cat value for NH. Cat $2000. 1318

Estimate

1323

USA Plate Blocks, cont. 1317

1326

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Estimate

Estimate

1327 1328

1329

1330

1331

1332

1333 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1329



1334 Estimate

(C14) 1930 ZEPPELIN $1.30 BROWN (RIGHT PLATE) .................................................................................... PH $3500

Estimate

1332



WIDE right plate block of 6 (plate #20086). Fresh, pristine gum, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $5750. 1330



(C14) 1930 ZEPPELIN $1.30 BROWN (BOTTOM PLATE) .................................................................................... PH $3500

Attractive bottom plate block of 6 (plate #20085). Fresh and bright, MINT never hinged, lower right stamp with natural gum wrinkle, extremely fine. (2004 PSE Cert #00108664) Cat $5750. 1331



(C15) 1930 ZEPPELIN $2.60 BLUE (RIGHT PLATE) .................................................................................... PH $6000

Drop-dead gorgeous right plate block of 6 (plate #20095). Rich color, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $8750. 1333



(C15) 1930 ZEPPELIN $2.60 BLUE (BOTTOM PLATE) .................................................................................... PH $5000

Bottom plate block of 6 (plate #20095). Fresh, MINT never hinged, deep rich color, extremely fine. Cat $8750. 1334



(C15) 1930 ZEPPELIN $2.60 BLUE (LEFT PLATE) .................................................................................... PH $6500

(C18) 1933 ZEPPELIN 50¢ GREEN (BOTTOM PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

$500

Bottom plate block of 6 (plate #21178). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $725.

Left plate block of 6 (plate #20091). Deep rich, blazing color and impression, with exceptional centering. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine and attractive example of this scarce plate block. Cat $8750.

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

Estimate

1335

1336

1337

1339

1338

1340

1341X

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1342 Estimate

1335



Estimate

1340

USA Plate Blocks, cont. (C18) 1933 ZEPPELIN 50¢ GREEN (TOP PLATE) .................................................................................... PH



Beautiful gem bottom plate block of 6 (plate #6704). Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2002 PSE Cert #00088626). Cat $1300.

$500

Pretty top plate block of 6 (plate #21171). MINT never hinged with few usual gum skips as often found, very fine. Cat $725. 1336



(E7) 1908 MERCURY 10¢ GREEN (TOP PLATE) .... PH $1500

1341



Top plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #4917). MINT never hinged, extremely fine centering. Cat $1400. 1337



1338



(F1) 1911 EAGLE 10¢ ULTRAMARINE (LEFT PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

$750

1342





(J35) 1894 NUMERAL 10¢ DEEP CLARET (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH $3250

Bottom plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #72). Fresh, MINT never hinged, scarce thus. Very fine. Catalog value $6,000 as MNH singles. Cat $4000 for hinged.

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(J71) 1930 NUMERAL 2¢ CARMINE (TOP PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

1343



(J72) 1930 NUMERAL 3¢ CARMINE (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH

98

$300

$450

Bottom left corner margin plate block of 18 (plate #20214). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Nice piece. Cat $1070. 1344



(J73) 1930 NUMERAL 5¢ CARMINE (TOP PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

$250

Top plate block of 18 (plate #20210). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $1010.

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$600

Top left corner margin plate block of 27 (plate #20218). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $273.

Left plate block of 12 (plate #5720). MINT never hinged, gum skips, fresh color, fine. Cat $3800. 1339

(J56, J56a) 1914 NUMERAL 10¢ CARMINE LAKE & CARMINE ROSE VARIETIES (PLATE BLOCKS) .... PH

Carmine LAKE & carmine ROSE plate blocks of 6. Both with imprint, star and plate #5525. Former faintly hinged in selvage, latter light hinge. Fine pair of plate blocks. Cat $1700.

(E10) 1916 BICYCLE 10¢ PALE ULTRAMARINE (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH $5000

Bottom plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #5520). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Quite nice for this rare plate block. Cat $7750.

(J53b) 1914 NUMERAL 2¢ VERMILION (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH $1200

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

Estimate

1343

1345

1344

1346

1347

1348

1349 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1345



Estimate

(J74) 1930 NUMERAL 10¢ CARMINE (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH

Estimate

1348



$525

Bottom plate block of 6 (plate #20235). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine, Cat $1000. 1346



SPECTACULAR wide bottom margin plate block of 6 (plate #6250) of this very rare item. Fresh, full original gum, MINT never hinged. Great color, extremely fine. One of the nicest plate blocks known of this issue! (2011 APS Cert #197189). Cat $11,500.

(J95 var) 1959 NUMERAL 7¢ CARMINE ROSE, DULL GUM (LOWER LEFT PLATE) ......................... PH $3000

Lower left dull gum plate block of 4 (plate #35307). An exceedingly RARE plate block, fewer than 10 known with dull gum! Fresh, MINT never hinged. Well centered, very fine, one stamp slightly rounded corner perf. Cat $6500.

(JQ4) 1913 PARCEL POST POSTAGE DUE 10¢ DARK GREEN (BOTTOM PLATE) .................. PH $10,000

1349



1347 (JQ2) 1913 PARCEL POST POSTAGE DUE 2¢ DARK GREEN (RIGHT PLATE) ........................... PH $1100

(JQ5) 1913 PARCEL POST POSTAGE DUE 25¢ DARK GREEN (RIGHT PLATE) ......................... PH $4500

RARE right plate block of 12 (4x3, plate #6249). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $7760.

Right plate block of 6 (plate #6241). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. (2002 PSE Cert #00079035). Cat $4850.

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Estimate

Estimate

1350

1351

1353

1354

1355

1352 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

1355/ (Q3) 1913 RAILWAY POSTAL CLERK 3¢ CARMINE, LARGE MULTIPLE (RIGHT PLATE) ........................ PH

USA Plate Blocks, cont. 1350



(K4) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA 8¢ ON 4¢ BROWN (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

Estimate

Top plate block of 6 (plate #F 8496). Fresh, fine. Stamps MINT never hinged, lightly hinged in selvage, usual light natural gum bend. Cats $900 for singles, $675 for hinged plate block. Cat $900. 1351



(K13) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA 40¢ ON 20¢ DEEP ULTRAMARINE (TOP PLATE) ....................... PH

$375

Top plate block of 6 (plate #7033). Original gum, lightly hinged in selvage, fresh color, top center stamp tiny thin speck, other stamps MINT never hinged. Light, natural paper wrinkles affect bottom bottom left and right stamps. Just fine. Cat $1300. 1352



(PR122) 1896 VESTA $10 GREEN (LEFT PLATE) .................................................................................... PH

1353



(Q1) 1913 POST OFFICE CLERK 1¢ CARMINE ROSE (LEFT PLATE) ........................................................... PH



(Q2) 1913 CITY CARRIER 2¢ CARMINE ROSE (RIGHT PLATE) ......................................................... PH

$200

Right plate block of 6 (plate #6180). Bright color, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $230.

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(Q4) 1913 RURAL CARRIER 4¢ CARMINE ROSE (BOTTOM PLATE) ..................................................... PH $1000

Bottom plate block of 6 (plate #6347). Very fine, luscious color, large margins. Some perf separations. MINT never hinged. (2009 PF Cert #476620) Cat $1600. 1358



(Q4) 1913 RURAL CARRIER 4¢ CARMINE ROSE (LEFT PLATE) ........................................................... PH

100

$850

Left plate block of 6 (plate #6346). Fresh, fine to very fine, MINT never hinged. Cat $1650. 1359



(QE4a) 1928 SPECIAL HANDLING 25¢ YELLOW GREEN (BOTTOM PLATE) ....................................... PH

$300

Bottom plate block of 6 (plate #17097). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine plus. Cat $360.

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$250

Top margin block of 10 with natural straight edge at left and full selvage at top and right side. Partial arrow, ‘THREE’ and plate #6255 at top. Stamps all MINT never hinged, previously hinged in selvage. CV for hinged PB6 plus four NH singles. Very fine. Cat $360.

$150

Left plate block of 8 (plate #6334). MINT never hinged, staple holes and small tear in selvage top left, fresh, very fine. Cat $199. 1354

1356/ (Q3) 1913 RAILWAY POSTAL CLERK 3¢ CARMINE (TOP PLATE) ............................................................. PH

$375

Fresh, fine left plate block of 10 (plate #138), with full imprint, plate number and large margins, fresh color. Some perf separations. Catalog value as singles. Cat $1050.

$450

Block of 35, bottom part of pane with selvage at right and natural straight edge at bottom. Partial arrow, plate #6255 and ‘THREE’ in selvage. Several hinge remnants, but also some NH stamps: Cat for side PB8 (hinged), 14 NH singles & 13 hinged singles. Overall fine to very fine centering and better. Cat $787.

$450

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

Estimate

1356

1358

1357

1359

1360

1361

1362 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1360



Estimate

(RF21) 1927 PLAYING CARDS 10¢ BLUE (RIGHT PLATE) ......................................................... PH

Estimate

1362



$300

Right side plate block of 6 (plate #96495). Block has sharp impression and full original gum, previously hinged. Bottom 4 stamps MINT never hinged. Red ‘15’ control number handstamped in lower right selvage. Fine to very fine. (Durland #PB6 $500)

(RW2) 1935 CANVASBACKS $1 ROSE LAKE (BOTTOM RIGHT PLATE) ........................................ PH $7500

Bottom right plate block of 6, FULL selvage (plate #131982). Crisp, clean corners. Fresh, MINT never hinged, some natural gum bends as always seen on this flat plate issue. Very fine. A really nice example of this scarce plate. Cat $11,500.

1361/(RW2) 1935 CANVASBACKS $1 ROSE LAKE (BOTTOM LEFT PLATE) ........................................... PH $7500

Bottom left plate block of 6 (plate #131980). Rich color, fresh, original gum, two stamps at right previously hinged, other four stamps never hinged. Scarce plate block, especially this nice. Cat value for NH. Cat $11,500.

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Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

Estimate

1363

1364

1365 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

1370

USA Plate Blocks, cont. 1363





(RW8) 1941 RUDDY DUCKS $1 BROWN CARMINE (BOTTOM LEFT PLATE) ........................................... PH





1371



(RW11) 1944 WHITE-FRONTED GEESE $1 RED ORANGE (TOP LEFT PLATE) .................................. PH



(RW16) 1949 GOLDENEYE DUCKS $2 BRIGHT GREEN (TOP RIGHT PLATE) ................................... PH

1372



1368



(RW19) 1952 HARLEQUIN DUCKS $2 DEEP ULTRAMARINE (BOTTOM RIGHT PLATE) ............. PH

Lower right corner plate block of 6 (plate #162604). MINT never hinged, couple natural gum skips. Fine to very fine. Cat $575. 1369



(RW56-62) 1989-95 DUCKS (PLATE BLOCKS) ....... PH

(RW29) 1962 PINTAIL DRAKES $3 MULTI (BOTTOM RIGHT PLATE) ........................................ PH

$400

Choice lower right plate block of 4 (plate #168073). Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $600.

1373



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(220) 1890 WASHINGTON SMALL BANKNOTE 2¢CARMINE, FULL SHEET ...................................... PH $4000

Complete bottom right pane of 100, plate #343, imprint & O1 at bottom, imprint at right. Fresh, MINT never hinged, one stamp lower right (clear of plate & imprint blocks) with translucency, right column with extremely fine Jumbo stamps, fine to extremely fine centering. Catalogs $6,000 as Mint NH singles, NH plate blocks not valued in Scott. 1374



(286) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 2¢ COPPER RED, FULL SHEET ............................................................. PH $1000

Left sheet of 50, with two plate blocks, plate #627 and imprint top and bottom. MINT never hinged, perf separations, small tear through selvage and top center stamp, otherwise fresh, fine. Cat value for one plate block and 44 singles. Cat $3940. 1375/ (320b) 1906 WASHINGTON IMPERF 2¢ SCARLET TYPE I, FULL SHEET ................................................ PH $2200

Complete bottom left pane of 100, plate #4152 & imprint at bottom & at left. Hinged in corners, 95 stamps MNH including plate & imprint blocks MINT never hinged. Very fine and attractive sheet. Cat $4000.

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$400

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$250

$300

$200

Run of 7 plate blocks of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $835.

$250

A MINT never hinged upper right corner plate block of 6 (plate #160791). Fresh, few natural gum skips in selvage only, fine to very fine. Cat $400.

$200

Lower right plate block of 4 (plate #171165). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $325.

Top left plate block of 6 (plate #155603). Fresh, fine, MINT never hinged. Cat $825. 1367

(RW37) 1970 ROSS’ GEESE $3 MULTI (BOTTOM RIGHT PLATE) ............. View photo online

(RW9) 1942 BALDPATES $1 VIOLET BROWN (BOTTOM RIGHT PLATE) ........................................ PH $1500

Very fine bottom right plate block of 6 (plate #149600). Attractive and fresh. MINT never hinged. Cat $2750. 1366

(RW37) 1970 ROSS’ GEESE $3 MULTI (TOP RIGHT PLATE) ................................................. PH

Top right plate block of 4 (plate #171165). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $325.

$650

Bottom left plate block of 6 (plate #146282). Original gum, previously hinged, large gum skip affects two right stamps, tiny corner crease top right, very fine appearance. Cats $2750 for NH. 1365



(RW7) 1940 BLACK MALLARDS $1 SEPIA (BOTTOM LEFT PLATE) ........................................... PH $1500

Bottom left plate block of 6 (plate #143743) with usual light natural gum bends, mint never hinged. Extremely fine centering. Cat $2750. 1364

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Estimate

1367

1366

1369

1368

1370

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1372X

1374

1375

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1376

1377

1379







(433) 1914 FRANKLIN 10¢ ORANGE YELLOW, FULL SHEET ............................................................. PH $5000 1383





1384/ (555) 1923 LINCOLN 3¢ VIOLET, FULL SHEET ...... PH $3000

Complete sheet of 100, two plate blocks, plate #17923 left and bottom. Original gum, top two corner stamps previously hinged, lightly disturbed gum across bottom row, balance MINT never hinged. Faint blue pencil mark in left selvage affects plate block, trimmed into plate number at bottom, otherwise fresh, very fine sheet. Cat $3161.

(503) 1917 WASHINGTON 4¢ BROWN, FULL SHEET .................................................................................... PH $1350

(511) 1917 FRANKLIN 11¢ GREEN, FULL SHEET .................................................................................... PH $1600

Complete bottom right sheet of 100, plate #12577 right & bottom. MINT never hinged, blue crayon marking in right plate block selvage. Fresh, very fine. Cat $2104. 1380



1385



1381/(528) 1920 WASHINGTON OFFSET 2¢ CARMINE TYPE Va, FULL SHEET ............................................ PH



(559) 1923 McKINLEY 7¢ BLACK, FULL SHEET .... PH $1150

Very choice complete top left sheet of 100, plate #18117 top & left. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $1798. 1387



(561) 1923 JEFFERSON 9¢ ROSE, FULL SHEET ... PH $3000

Complete bottom left pane of 100, plate #14241 bottom & left, initials lower left. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine sheet. Cat $3842. 1388



(566) 1922 STATUE OF LIBERTY 15¢ GRAY, FULL SHEET ............................................................. PH $3500

Complete sheet of 100, with two plate blocks, plate #14070 left and bottom. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine & choice, an outstanding sheet & extremely desirable in this exceptional condition.

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1386

$625

Complete lower right pane of 100, plate #12022 right and bottom, natural straight edge and partial arrows top and left. Fresh, fine sheet. Stamps MINT never hinged, three hinge remnants in ungummed portion of right selvage affects plate block (cataloged as hinged). Cat $2192.

(556) 1923 MARTHA WASHINGTON 4¢ YELLOW BROWN, FULL SHEET ............................. PH $1400

Complete upper left sheet of 100, plate #16335 top & left. Fresh and bright, faint hinge marks in ungummed top selvage, otherwise Post Office fresh, MINT never hinged, fine and scarce sheet. Cat $4320.

(527) 1920 WASHINGTON TYPE V, FULL SHEET .................................................................................... PH $2000

Full sheet of 100, with two plate blocks, plate #11069 top and right. Small (natural) paper flaws in top selvage. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine sheet. Cat $4220.

(542) 1920 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN, FULL SHEET .................................................................................... PH $1200

Complete sheet of 100, plate #10152 at right. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Tough sheet to find. Cat $3120.

Top left sheet of 100, plate #13558 top & left. Fresh, MINT never hinged, wide top, fine to very fine. Cat $2260. 1379

(536) WASHINGTON 1¢ GRAY GREEN, FULL SHEET .................................................................................... PH $2500

Complete sheet of 100, with two plate blocks, plate #9985 top and right. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $4760.

(502) 1917 WASHINGTON 3¢ VIOLET TYPE II, FULL SHEET ............................................................. PH $2300

Well-centered complete top right sheet of 100, plate #8476 top & right. MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $3190. 1378

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1382

Complete sheet of 100, two plate blocks, plate #6745 left and bottom. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine, scarce sheet. Cat $12,040. 1377

1381

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1378

1380

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1382

1385

1384

1387

1389

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014 

1383

1386

1388

1389

Estimate

1390

Estimate

(570) 1923 AMPHITHEATER 50¢ LILAC, FULL SHEET ............................................................. PH $8500

Rare complete top left pane of 100, plate #19145 top and left. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Seldom seem intact, let alone this nice! Cat $8840. 1390



(571) 1923 LINCOLN MEMORIAL $1 VIOLET BROWN, FULL SHEET ............................................................. PH $7000

Rare complete bottom pane of 100, two plate #186342 and arrow at bottom. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $8240.

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1391

1392

1394

1395

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

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Estimate

(581) 1923 FRANKLIN 1¢ GREEN, FULL SHEET .... PH

$850

1393

1396 Estimate

1397/ (623) 1925 WILSON 17¢ BLACK, FULL SHEET W/ FIRST DAY SIGNATURES ................................... PH $1800

Complete sheet of 100, plate #18021 top and right, signed in selvage of top plate block ‘H.S.N. / P.M.G.’ (Harry S. New, PMG) and ‘R.S.Regan / 3d Asst PMG / 12/28/25’ First Day of Issue. Fresh, fine to very fine, five stamps hinged, all others, including right plate block, MINT never hinged. No premium added to cat value for signatures. Nice sheet. Cat $2363.

Complete lower left sheet of 100 (plate #14348). Top left stamp small thin, otherwise fresh, MINT never hinged, fine sheet. Cat $2397. 1392



(583) 1924 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE, FULL SHEET ............................................................. PH

$600

Complete lower left sheet of 100 (plate #15519). Choice sheet, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. 1393

1394





(584) 1925 LINCOLN 3¢ VIOLET, FULL SHEET ...... PH $2500

(628) 1926 ERICSSON 5¢ GRAY LILAC, FULL SHEET .................................................................

Complete lower left pane of 100 (plate #18445). Selvage naturally reduced at top, with extra-wide selvage at bottom. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $6425.

Top left sheet of 50, with two plate blocks, plate #18607 top and left. Fresh, MINT never hinged, blue crayon in selvage affects top plate block, otherwise fine to very fine. Cat $972.

(588) 1926 McKINLEY 7¢ BLACK, FULL SHEET .... PH $2000

1398

1399





Upper left sheet of 100 (plate #18179). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Exceptional centering for this tough stamp. Cat $3065. 1395/(612) 1923 HARDING 2¢ BLACK PERF 10, FULL SHEET ............................................................. PH $1000

Complete lower right sheet of 100 (plate #14900). Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, four corner stamps hinged, others never hinged. Cat $3367. 1396/(622) 1926 HARRISON 13¢ GREEN, FULL SHEET W/ FIRST DAY SIGNATURES ................................... PH $2000

Beautiful complete top left pane of 100, plate #18106 top & left. MINT never hinged, First Day signatures & initials dated 1/11/26 by PMG & 3rd Asst PMG in left selvage. Amazing deep rich shade, fresh, fine to very fine. (Brookman $2500) Cat $2586.

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(648) 1928 HAWAII 5¢ DARK BLUE, FULL SHEET .................................................................................... PH $1000

Lower left sheet of 100 (plate #18907). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (Brookman $2650) 1400



(648) 1928 HAWAII 5¢ DARK BLUE, FULL SHEET .................................................................................... PH $1000

Complete lower right sheet of 100 (plate #18908). Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $2489. 1401



(650) 1928 AERONAUTICS 5¢ BLUE, FULL SHEET ........................................................................................

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$150

Complete bottom right sheet of 50, with two plate blocks, plate #19661 right & bottom, original gum, never hinged, toned, otherwise very fine. Cat $415. 1402 () (756//70) 1935 SELECT FARLEYS, UNCUT SHEETS ...................................................................................... $500-700

Full uncut sheets for Farley Special Printings: Nos. 756-57 and 766-70. Without gum as issued, rolled for years in old tube, minor edge wear from storage expected, otherwise sound. (Brookman $1900)

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1397

Estimate

1399

1400

1409

1410

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1403 () (764) 1935 GLACIER NATIONAL PARK 9¢ RED ORANGE, FULL SHEET .......................................

Estimate

1409



$250

Full uncut sheet of 200 for this imperf Special Printing. No gum as issued, rolled in tube. Very fine. (Brookman $500) 1404 () (765) 1935 GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS 10¢ GRAY BLACK, FULL SHEET ........................................

Scarce full pane of 100. Full selvage all around with no perf separations, pane previously folded in half. No arrow at top, black plate #22120 & green #22122. Full original gum, not hinged, some natural gum skips along bottom margin. Crease at lower left affects selvage and lower left corner stamp. Fine to very fine. (Brookman $2250)

$400

Full uncut sheet of 200 for this imperf Special Printing. No gum as issued, rolled in tube. Very fine. (Brookman $875) 1405 () (766-67) 1935 CENTURY OF PROGRESS 1¢ & 3¢ S/S, FULL SHEETS ...............................................................

1410



$250

Full uncut sheets of 9 panes of 25 Special Printings. No gum as issued, rolled in tube. Minor edge wear from storage, still very fine. (Brookman $530) 1406 () (768) 1935 BYRD S/S, FULL SHEET ............................

$200

Full uncut sheet of 25 panes of 6 for this imperf Special Printing. No gum as issued, rolled in tube. Very fine. (Brookman $450) 1407



1408/(828) 1938 HARRISON 24¢ GRAY BLACK, FULL SHEET .................................................................

1411



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(2286-2335) 1987 NORTH AMERICAN WILDLIFE SHEETS ................................................. $1500-2000

Group of 100 Wildlife 22¢ sheets (Scott 2235a). Post Office fresh, mint NH, very fine (except one stuck down). Sheets catalog $50 each. Cat $5000. 1412



$200

Full pane of 100, electric eye printing with final plate #22828 at lower right. Selvage intact with no perf separations. Full original gum, faint cloudiness at upper left (lightly stuck to glassine page) affecting a few stamps; light paper bend lower right corner. Fine to very fine. (Brookman $375)

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(833) 1938 HARDING $2 GREEN & BLACK, FULL SHEET ............................................................. PH $1500

Complete sheet of 100. MINT never hinged, with light hinging in selvage, couple bends in selvage, still attractive, fine to very fine sheet. (Brookman $2250)

(803//29) 1938 GROUP OF PREXIE FULL PANES (x26) ............................................................................. $500-700

Collection of 26 full panes of 100 for 23 different Prexy issues, highest value 25¢, those duplicated have different plate numbers. Two are Pre-Eye plates: #805 (plate #23870-71); others all from Electric Eye plates: #803 (x2), 804-08, 809 x2, 810-20, 822, 824, 827 and 829. Spot checked, all fresh, MINT never hinged. (Brookman $2079)

(833) 1938 HARDING $2 YELLOW GREEN & BLACK, FULL SHEET ............................................................. PH $1500

(C10) 1927 LINDBERGH 10¢ DARK BLUE, FULL SHEET .................................................................

$350

Complete MINT never hinged bottom left sheet of 50, with 2 plate blocks, left & bottom plate #19003. Initials ‘G.F.H.’ at bottom left & penciled ‘8’ on selvage bottom right. Bottom strip of selvage folded during storage, small stain in selvage at left, separation between 2 stamps at top left. Individual stamps range from just fine to very fine. (Brookman $750)

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Estimate

1415

1413

1421 1417

1423

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(C11) 1928 BEACON ON ROCKY MTNS 5¢ CARMINE & BLUE, FULL SHEET .................................................. PH $350

Complete MINT never hinged top right sheet of 50, with blue TOP, blue F19693 & red F19634 plate numbers. Bottom 2 rows folded during storage, one piece of bottom selvage damaged. Fine to very fine. (Brookman $675) 1414

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1418



1419



(C16) 1931 WINGED GLOBE 5¢ VIOLET, FULL SHEET ........................................................................................ $300

(C18) 1933 ZEPPELIN 50¢ GREEN, FULL SHEET .................................................................................... PH $2500

Top left sheet of 50, plate #21172 at top, 4 stamps broken away from sheet (included) at bottom, otherwise fine to very fine sheet. Lightly hinged in selvage, stamps MINT never hinged. Cataloged as singles. Cat $4250. 1416



(C46) 1952 DIAMOND HEAD 80¢ BRIGHT RED VIOLET, FULL SHEET ..........................................

$225

Complete upper left sheet of 50 (plate #24593). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (Brookman $300) 1417



(E14) 1925 TRUCK 20¢ BLACK, FULL SHEET ....... PH

$150

Lower left sheet of 50, plate #17178 at left and at bottom. MINT never hinged, very fine. Some minor perf separations. (Brookman $180)

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$170

Four Special Delivery sheets of 50, includes: E15 bottom right plate #22738, E16 upper right plate #23034, E17 upper right #23170, and E20 bottom left plate #25055. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine sheets. Couple with perf separations. (Brookman $225) 1420



(E15//E20) 1927-54 FIVE SPECIAL DELIVERY SHEETS ........................................................................................ $200

Five Special Delivery sheets, includes: E15 (x2), E18 (x2) and E20. All MINT never hinged, one sheet missing right selvage and plate number, otherwise fresh, fine to very fine selection. (Brookman $300) 1421/ (PR119) 1895 JUSTICE 25¢ CARMINE, FULL SHEET .................................................................................... PH $1000

Top pane of 50, with plate #259, arrow and complete imprint at top, plate #259 and part imprint at left with pencil note in selvage (classified as a plate block per Durland) and part imprint at right. Top plate block is never hinged, left plate with hinge remnant to one stamp. Of the remaining 38 stamps, 30 are never hinged. Perf separations, top right corner selvage torn away (but included), resulting in thin to top right stamp, otherwise fresh color and gum, fine to very fine. Rare sheet, cats $2,850 with no premium added for NH plate block!

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$325

Four sheets of 50, includes: E15 lower right plate #22738, E16 lower right plate #20595, E18 upper left plate #23168, and E19 upper left plate #24552. All fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (Brookman $422)

Complete MINT sheet of 50, with bottom right plate #20607 block. Penciled ‘8’ on bottom left selvage. Fresh, fine to very fine. (Brookman $500) 1415

(E15-16, E18-19) 1927-51 FOUR SPECIAL DELIVERY FULL SHEETS ................................ View photo online

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Estimate

1428

1429

1432 1422 1430 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1422



1431X

Estimate

(Q3) 1913 RAILWAY POSTAL CLERK 3¢ CARMINE, FULL SHEET ............................................................. PH $1000

Estimate

1426



Complete top right pane of 45, plate #6254 & imprint at top & right. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $2120.

Stack of hundreds of mostly modern sheets, most all better than face value. Includes: Legends of Hollywood, Bicentennial flag sheets, Dogs, Dinosaurs, Ernie Pyle, other definitives, WWII Anniversaries, American Dolls, Birds & Flowers, both Carousel sheets, Olympic sheets, Love sheets, Space sheets, Celebrate the Century, Bright Eyes, Calder, Movie Monsters, modern Trans-Mississippi, American Art, Boston Tea Party, Captain Cook, Prehistoric Animals, Georgia O’Keeffe and much much more. All Mint never hinged, very fine, but expect an occasional corner crease. Estimated face is $5,000.

1423P/() (R104TC5a) 1871 SECOND ISSUE 2¢ PALE BLUE & BLACK, PLATE PROOF ON BOND, FULL SHEET .................................................................................... PH $3500

Fantastic item, complete plate proof sheet of 210 (14x15), Jos. R Carpenter printer’s imprint, blue B6 and black B9 at left and interesting ‘Wilcox’s Chameleon Paper’ imprint at right. Vertical and horizontal file folds affect about 85 stamps (including imprint blocks), trivial brown stain affects two stamps in Wilcox imprint block, minor selvage wear, very fine sheet. A real showpiece! Cat $12,600. 1424



1425



1427



1941-79 AIRMAILS, FULL SHEETS ACCUMULATION .................................................................................... $750-1000

Accumulation of MINT never hinged Airmail complete sheets with duplication, in files, folders & loose, with many higher catalog value items. Includes Lindbergh 10¢ C10 complete sheet of 50 without selvage (Scott value for singles $650). A few other highlights include (Brookman cat): selected Transports with 6¢ C25 (x5), 8¢ C26 (x2), 10¢ C27 ($62), 15¢ C28 (x2, $120 each) & 5¢ C32 (x9); many duplicated sheets C33//C76 including C38, C39, C40, 6¢ Powered Flight C47 (x11), C50 (x4), 10¢ Liberty Bell C57 (x2, $50 each) & 25¢ Lincoln C59 (x2, $42 each), C62-64, others; 11¢ Jet Airliner C78 (x2, $32 each), C91-92 ($80), C93-94 ($72), C130 ($72) and more. Also FA1 (x4, $28 each). Nice group with total face more than $1,000. Expect some damaged selvage/stamps, some separations. Overall fine to very fine. (Brookman est $3800)

1972-2003 FULL PANES COLLECTION IN WHITE ACE ALBUMS .................................................................. $4000-6000

Set of 7 red White Ace Mint Sheet Albums, filled with hundreds of full panes, mostly commemoratives from 18¢-37¢ era. Total face value $4,071.35, but retail worth much more, with better issues, including Marilyn Monroe, 25th anniversary Moon Landing, Jackie Robinson & other athletes, Architecture, Christmas, Elvis & other Music Series, State Birds/Flowers, CPA, Silent Screen Stars, Baseball Stadiums, more! Overall very fine. Albums like new. Duplication up to x20.

1936-44 COMPLETE SHEETS; ARMY-NAVY, OVERRUN COUNTRIES & SELECTED FAMOUS AMERICANS .................................................................................... $750-1000

Selection of MINT never hinged complete sheets. Includes (Brookman cat value): Army Nos. 785-89 ($130) & Navy 790-94 ($135) plus extra sheets of some values; selected Famous Americans with Authors 1¢-10¢ Nos. 859-63 ($277), Poets 1¢-10¢ 864-68 ($307), Educators 1¢-10¢ 869-73 ($396), Scientists 1¢-5¢ 874-77 ($115), Composers 1¢, 2¢ & 5¢ 879-80 & 882 ($101), Artists 1&-5¢ 884-87 ($125) & Inventors 1¢-3¢ 889-91 ($87); Overrun Countries Nos. 909-921 (x4 sets, $275 per set) with extra sheets x1-x3 for all countries except Denmark, plus assorted large blocks. Expect some faulty selvage & stamps, some separations and many fresh fine to very fine sheets. (Brookman est $3500)

1960s-2005 BETTER MODERN SHEETS STOCK .................................................................................. $3500-5000

USA ERRORS, FREAKS & ODDITIES 1428 () (25 var) 1857 WASHINGTON 3¢ ROSE TYPE I, DOUBLE PERFORATIONS ....................................... PH

$500

Error stamp with double perforations at left and right. Unused, no gum. Tiny tear at top, still an amazing error! Fine. Catalog value for regular stamp. Cat $950 for no gum. 1429



(69) 1861 WASHINGTON 12¢ BLACK, MAJOR HORIZONTAL MISPERF ........................................... PH

$250

Five millimeter horizontal design-splitting misperf, leaving ‘U.S.’ and major part of bottom design at top of stamp. Light cancel. Showpiece 1430



(113) 1869 POST HORSE 2¢ BROWN, DRAMATIC MISPERF ............................................... PH

$250

Spectacular used misperf showing complete ‘POSTAGE’ at bottom, small closed tear at right, otherwise sound. 1431



(114) 1869 LOCOMOTIVE 3¢ ULTRA, DRAMATIC PERF SHIFTS (x2) ..................................................... PH

$150

Two used examples, one with perfs shifted up and other bottom margin example with small part imprint and perfs shifted to right. Interesting and fine. 1432



(158) 1873 WASHINGTON BANKNOTE 3¢ GREEN, HUGE FOLDOVER IMPERF MARGIN ...................... PH

$400

Striking left margin example with foldover creating massive ½-inch imperforate margin with downward sloping diagonal perfs. Light, indistinct cancel. Thin at upper right. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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1433

Estimate

1434X

1437

Estimate

1436

1435

1438

1440 1439

1442 1441

1443

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

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Estimate

1437

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1444

(158) 1873 WASHINGTON BANKNOTE 3¢ GREEN, PAIR WITH CLEAR PARTIAL SETOFF .................... PH





(158 var) 1873 WASHINGTON BANKNOTE 3¢ GREEN, 4 MISPERFS WITH IMPRINTS ................................. PH $300

1438

Group of 4 different used 3¢ Large Banknote issues with major misperfs causing significant parts of imprints to be included in stamp area. Two include imprint at top; two have imprint at bottom. tough to assemble! 1435



(231) 1893 COLUMBIAN 2¢ BROWN VIOLET, SEVERELY MISPERFORATED BLOCK .................. PH

1436 () (248) 1894 WASHINGTON 2¢ PINK TYPE I LEFT MARGIN PAIR, MAJOR MISPERF ........................... PH



1439



$400

(343) 1908 FRANKLIN 1¢ GREEN, PLATE/IMPRINT BLOCK OF 6 W/ MULTIPLE PREPRINTING CREASES .................................................................................... PH

$600

Vertical right margin plate, star and imprint block of 6 (#5162) showing multiple preprinting paper creases splitting designs of 4 of the 6 stamps. The largest of these measures a full 3 millimeters at its widest point. Very scarce combination of position piece with this popular freak. Hinge reinforcing to weakened areas on reverse. Striking.

$350

Left margin pair (with selvage), showing major 4 millimeter vertical misperf. Left stamp has large unprinted void. Traces of original gum with gum stiffened perfs. Striking.

(301) 1903 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE, MARGIN PAIR WITH PRINTING VOID ..................................... PH

Lower left large margin pair with large unprinted area caused by foreign object (likely paper), which adhered during printing and came off later. Sharp line is embossed into paper. Original gum, previously hinged with somewhat fragile perfs sensibly reinforced with hinges. Scarce.

$500

Severely misperforated block of 4 with normal horizontal perforations, diagonal vertical perforations splitting design. Upper left stamp has thin. Weakened perfs reinforced with hinge strips. Despite the huge printing of 2¢ Columbians (nearly 1.5 billion), major misperfs are rarely encountered.

$400

Amazing example of this scarce variety, where string is present on paper before printing. When string is removed (or falls off), snakelike voids appear in the design, as does embossing visible from the reverse. In this case, string interruption is nearly completely contained in a single stamp. Striking showpiece, not diminished by minor gum issues or pulled perf at top.

$400

Horizontal pair, likely top margin, with extremely clear partial setoffs spanning center of stamps. Variety clearly shows line of second sheet. Difficult to find setoffs this strong on used stamps. Fine 1434

(279B) 1899 WASHINGTON 2¢ RED TYPE IV, ‘STRING THEORY’ VARIETY ................................... PH

1440



(408) 1912 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN, PAIR W/ HUGE PREPRINTING CREASE ............................... PH

$250

Gorgeous pair with HUGE 3mm+ preprinting paper crease. MINT never hinged, small vertical scissor cut at bottom not affecting crease.

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Estimate

1447

1448

1445



Estimate

(430) 1914 WASHINGTON 7¢ BLACK, BLOCK W/ HUGE PREPRINTING CREASE .......................... PH



(498) 1917 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN, MASSIVE PREPRINTING CREASE ........................................... PH



(498) 1917 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN, FOLDOVER ERROR ................................................. PH



$400

1448





1449/(499g) 1917 WASHINGTON 2¢ ROSE TYPE I BLOCK, DOUBLE IMPRESSION ............................................. PH

Beautiful extremely fine block of 8, with center two pairs imperforate between vertically. Stamps all have generous margins and fresh appearance. Block previously hinged, bottom pair lightly. Incredible showpiece. Datz and Scott values for two single pairs. Error very rarely encountered this nice in large multiples. (2000 PF Cert #0362817, 1989 PF Cert #0204633). Cat $1400. 1445



(499) 1917 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE 1, PARTIAL STAMP PRINTED ON GUM SIDE ............. PH

1450





(499) 1917 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE TYPE I, STRIP WITH DUAL PREPRINTING CREASE .......... PH

$500

(508) 1917 FRANKLIN 8¢ OLIVE BISTER, NEARLY IMPERF BETWEEN ................................... PH

$300

This is about as close as one can get to the extremely rare imperf between error that is unique unused. Vertical pair has 3 perf holes at right (poorly punched). Light gum creases and ‘tired’ perfs, but extremely desirable transition piece. MINT never hinged. 1451



$400

Very eerie stamp, printed entirely on gum side at angle that shows only about one-third of the design. No printing on ‘face’ side. Error caused by margin foldover freak. Although gum (face) MINT never hinged, the reverse side lightly hinged. Very nice and RARE. 1446

$650

Top margin block of 4 with ‘double impression.’ Wide top selvage with partial arrow, natural straight edge at left. Full, fresh gum, one stamp hinged, others MINT never hinged. Fine. Cat $1400.

$250

(498b) 1917 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN, BLOCK, 2 IMPERF BETWEEN PAIRS .................................... PH $2000

(499b) 1917 WASHINGTON 2¢ ROSE, BLOCK IMPERF VERTICALLY .............................................. PH

Block of 4, imperforate vertically, creating two horizontal error pairs. Extremely fine with bright, rich color. Original gum, previously hinged. (1999 PF Cert #0340381). Cat $1100.

Upper left corner block of 4 with large foldover error, causing part of stamp design to appear on back and some crazy perfs in selvage. OG, previously hinged. Neat error, fine to very fine. 1444

(499a) 1917 WASHINGTON 2¢ ROSE, IMPERF HORIZONTALLY, STRIP OF 3 .................................. PH $1500

Very fine and pretty top margin vertical strip of 3 with mirror-like gum, imperforate horizontally. MINT never hinged, light internal crease in bottom pair. Scarce this nice with large, tall margin at top. Scott CV for NH pair $2,000. Ex-Cook.

$350

Amazing single with MASSIVE preprinting paper crease (23 millimeters) that creates an appendage resembling a second stamp! A true showpiece. Original gum, previously hinged. 1443

Estimate

1447

A DRAMATIC 3½mm diagonal pre-printing paper crease affecting THREE stamps on block of 4. Crease remained closed during printing, gumming and perforating, leaving ungummed void and slightly crazy perfs. Very pretty freak! Stamps alone catalog $360. 1442

1450

1451

1446

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1441

1449

(509) 1917 FRANKLIN 9¢ SALMON RED, BOTTOM PLATE BLOCK WITH FREAK PERFS ..................... PH $1000

Irregular lower left margin and plate block (#11775) of 13 (give or take) stamps with foldover freak perfs and Bureau repair splice. Three columns at left have both normal perforations and extra row of diagonal misperfs. Center column (which folded over and split) has almost imperf between pair and splice on reverse and right two columns have trapezoid shaped stamps from diagonal misperf. MINT never hinged showpiece!

$350

Vertical used strip of 3 with large double preprinting paper crease that opened up after stamps were used. Larger crease a whopping 5½ millimeter crease, splitting 2 stamps. Smaller crease affects only top stamp. Striking! St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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Estimate

1452

1453 1456

1458

1455

1454

1457

1459

1461

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1460 Estimate



(515) 1917 FRANKLIN 20¢ LIGHT ULTRAMARINE, STRIP OF 3 PREPERFORATING CREASE/SHIFT .... PH



(529 or 530) 1918 WASHINGTON 3¢ OFFSET PRINTING ALMOST MISSING .................................. PH



(530) 1918 WASHINGTON 3¢ VIOLET OFFSET, BLOCK W/FREAK PERFS ........................................ PH

1455



(537) 1919 VICTORY 3¢ VIOLET, STRIP OF 3 W/ FOLDOVER CRAZY PERFS ............................... PH



$350

(538a) 1919 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN, VERTICAL PAIRS, IMPERF BETWEEN, BLOCK ....................... PH



(538a) 1919 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN, BLOCK, IMPERF HORIZONTALLY ......................................... PH

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$150

Well centered for this, small margin inclusion at right, otherwise fresh and bright. Mint never hinged, very fine. Cat $275. 1459



(540a) 1919 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE ROSE, VERT PAIR IMPERF HORIZ ..................................... PH

$170

Vertical pair, imperf horizontally. Postally used with wavy line machine cancel, tiny perf crease lower left. Extremely fine centering. Cat $100. 1460



(554) 1923 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE, MARGIN BLOCK W/ FACIAL SETOFF .................................... PH

$400

Unusual right margin block with plate number (#17676). Block has been overinked, smeared and possible crease caused stamp to fold over, leaving partial setoff of design in right margin. We also note star is only about one-third present. Block has been previously hinged and has natural gum creases. A really great mess!

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$300

Block of 4 error pairs (8 stamps), beautiful multiple, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. Cat $275.

$350

Vertical right margin strip of 3 showing foldover crazy perfs. Top stamp, appropriately enough, becomes super JUMBO V-shaped stamp. Strip also appears to transition in shade from top to bottom. Gorgeous MINT never hinged.

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1458

Upper left corner margin block of 10, plate #9666 adjacent to bottom left stamp. Foldover creates freak diagonal perfs through selvage and top 3 stamps in left column, top stamp nearly imperf horizontally. Stamps MINT never hinged, hinge remnant in top selvage. Spectacular item.

(538a) 1919 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN, IMPERF HORIZONTALLY (TOP PLATE) ................................ PH $2000

Top plate block of 6 (plate #13612), imperforate horizontally. Fresh, MINT never hinged, well-centered, extremely fine. Cat $1500.

$250

Stunning freak caused by preperforating foldover, leaving only a tiny portion of design visible in stamp area. Although stamp appears to be MINT never hinged, white margin area has natural gum streaking, skips and ungummed areas, which would have been trimmed if perforated normally. 1454



$500

Interesting horizontal right margin strip of 3 with post printing, pre-perforating paper crease that creates super JUMBO stamp at left and two severely misperforated stamps at right (through Franklin’s eye). All gummed area MINT never hinged, but selvage reattached with hinge in ungummed area at right. Very unusual. 1453

Estimate

1456

USA Errors, Freaks & Oddities, cont. 1452

1462

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Estimate

1463 1467

1466

1470

1465

1464 1468 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1461



1469

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(562a) 1923 MONROE 10¢ YELLOW, VERT PAIR IMPERF HORIZ ......................................................... PH

Estimate

1466



$850

Very lightly hinged, fresh and fine, as valued by Scott. Scarce, tough error to find. As noted by Scott, all come off-center. Ex-Cook. (1995 PF Cert #0294928). Cat $2250. 1462/(564) 1923 CLEVELAND 12¢ BROWN VIOLET, FOLDOVER W/ PRINTING ON REVERSE ............... PH



1464



1467



(571) 1923 LINCOLN MEMORIAL $1 VIOLET BROWN, STRIP OF 3, FOLDOVER CRAZY PERFS ............... PH

$400

1468





(583) 1924 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE, DOUBLE PAPER, TWO-STEP PERFORATING ....................... PH

1469



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$750

(639a) 1927 McKINLEY 7¢ BLACK, VERTICAL PAIR, IMPERF BETWEEN ................................................... PH

$250

(639a) 1927 McKINLEY 7¢ BLACK, VERTICAL PAIR IMPERF BETWEEN ................................................... PH

$200

Centered to the left (usual for this), with deep black color and part of magenta pictorial cancel. Cat $250. 1470



(684) 1930 HARDING 1½¢ BROWN, DOUBLE PAPER SPLICE BLOCK, FOLDOVER CRAZY PERFS ........ PH

$500

What a mess! Irregular block of 6 (more or less) with paper splice creating double paper on bottom stamps. Splice area folded over and double creased after printing, before perforating, creating crazy perfs on front layer of paper. Traces only of original gum, as item was not properly gummed, either. Great production showpiece.

$300

Lower right margin block of 4, double paper on bottom two stamps (partial double paper on top pair). However, paper opened prior to perforating horizontally, then closed partially and creasing diagonally before vertical perforations were applied, leaving, essentially, a triple misperforated freak. Previously hinged with typical gum issues found on double paper errors. Unique showpiece!

(638) 1927 GARFIELD 6¢ RED ORANGE, PRINTER’S WASTE PLATE NUMBER PAIR ................................ PH

Attractive pair, nicely centered, rich color, slightly dried gum (cataloged as hinged), light horizontal crease through bottom stamp, otherwise fresh, very fine. Cat $600.

Upper left margin strip of 3 exhibiting foldover crazy perfs, leaving top two stamps with strange shaped appendages of varying size. Very unusual, MINT never hinged. 1465

$250

Lower right margin pair with illegible plate number and large margins. Consigner states this is one of only 2 known pairs of the 6¢ printer’s waste issues. This is the first we’ve seen. MINT never hinged, but with typical gum creases found on printer’s waste.

(564a) 1923 CLEVELAND 12¢ BROWN VIOLET, STRIP OF 4 IMPERF VERTICALLY ......................... PH $2500

Unique transition piece from only known error sheet caused by foldover and tear. First 3 stamps are imperf vertically, with normal horizontal perfs and second row running diagonally. Spacing identifies these as what should have been vertical perforations. Fourth stamp shows tear and point of foldover before perforating. Government splicing strip on reverse (normal for this issue) has pencil notations that these are positions 45-48 from discovery sheet. May not qualify as ‘true’ imperf vertically (Scott $4,250 for pair), but transition piece tells much more about production of this rare error. OG, previously hinged. Fine.

(629) 1926 WHITE PLAINS 2¢ CARMINE ROSE, SEVERELY MISPERFED INITIAL BLOCK ............... PH

Lower left margin block of 4 (with initials) from pane of 100, with HUGE slightly diagonal ½-stamp misperf that leaves a large unprinted void on bottom 2 stamps. Most of blank area is also ungummed, as it should be. Stamps themselves are never hinged, but left horizontal perfs between stamps have been rejoined. Misperfs of any kind are rarely encountered on White Plains issue.

$250

Upper right corner margin block of 9 with preprinting foldover that gives the appearance of ‘missing face’ that is found on reverse side. Top center stamp has been hinged, all others MINT never hinged. Eerie. 1463

1471

1471



(689a) 1930 VON STEUBEN 2¢ CARMINE ROSE, IMPERF PAIR ............................................................. PH $1500

Horizontal imperforate pair, with full guide line at top. Fresh, original gum, previously hinged. Rare item, repaired corner upper right, all known pairs with faults. (2003 PSE Cert #00095715). Cat $2750.

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1472X

Estimate

Estimate

1473

1474

1475

1476 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

1479

USA Errors, Freaks & Oddities, cont. 1472



(702) 1931 RED CROSS 2¢ RED AND BLACK, 3 SINGLES W/ MAJOR SHIFT OF CROSS .............. PH



(702) 1930 RED CROSS 2¢ BLACK & RED, SETOFF OF RED ON GUM ...................................................... PH



$500

Three singles showing MASSIVE shifts of the Red Cross symbol, including downward shift into date and globe, left shift into date and stamp margin and extreme upper shift into top legend. Minor shifts on this issue are fairly common, major ones are rarely encountered. MINT never hinged. 1473

Estimate



(703) 1931 YORKTOWN 3¢ CARMINE ROSE & BLACK, PLATE BLOCK, GREAT VIGNETTE SHIFT .................................................................................... PH

1480/( ) (804) 1938 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN, PLATE STRIP OF 19, HUGE INTERNAL PREPRINTING CREASE ... PH $1500

A RARE rotary press EFO: vertical plate strip (#23451) with single stamp missing at lower right. Paper developed major pre-printing paper crease because of small foldover tear that allowed a tiny bit of printing on back side. Tear and crease remained closed during printing and perforating. Perhaps because of the web tear (which may have stopped production), only the three bottom stamps have any trace of gum, the remainder have never been gummed. Under any other circumstance a foldover is impossible on a rotary press printing. A true showpiece, showcasing what can go wrong. Horizontal perf separations at point of tear/foldover.

$350

$300

Top left corner plate block of 10, nice 2mm vignette shift to right, which is substantial for this issue. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. 1475



(720 var) 1932 WASHINGTON 3¢ DEEP VIOLET, MOST DESIGN MISSING .......................................... PH

$150

Left margin horizontal pair, right stamp appears normal, left stamp underinked with most of design missing, fading out to left. Vertical pencil marks on freak stamp, likely rejection marks. MINT never hinged, very fine. 1476



1477



(741a) 1934 NATIONAL PARKS 2¢ RED, VERT PAIR IMPERF HORIZ ......................................................... PH





(778) 1936 TIPEX SOUVENIR SHEET, 3¢ VIOLET, MAJOR MISCUT ....................................................... PH

$350

MAJOR miscut on issue where EFOs are rarely seen. Trapezoid shaped sheet miscut with double plate number. Original gum, previously hinged near bottom.

1482



114

$500

(810 var) 1938 MONROE 5¢ BRIGHT BLUE, PAIR W/ FULL GUTTER ..................................................... PH $1000

Very fine top margin horizontal pair with complete vertical gutter between. No trace of telltale creasing that creates these errors. MINT never hinged and exceedingly RARE. Listed but not valued in Scott. 1483



(842) 1938 JEFFERSON 3¢ PURPLE, COIL STRIP W/ PREPRINTING PAPER CREASE ........................ PH

$250

Attractive strip of 4 with preprinting paper crease running diagonally through left 3 stamps. Unusual on rotary press coil issues. Original gum, lightly hinged.

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(804) 1938 WASHINGTON 1¢ GREEN, BLOCK OF 8 W/ SLIME SPOT ........................................................ PH

Vertical block of 8 with bacteriological slime spot seriously affecting center 4 stamps. Slime spots form during the papermaking process and very rarely make their way through printing and processing. Contact with water will make it dissolve, leaving a pile of slime. Very fine, MINT never hinged.

$850

Extremely fine left margin pair, imperforate horizontally. MINT never hinged, small internal vertical crease. (1999 PF Cert #0334851 for block). Cat $1600. 1478

1481

(726) 1933 OGLETHORPE 3¢ VIOLET, BOTTOM MARGIN STRIP PLATE # OMITTED ........................ PH $1250

Bottom margin plate strip of 20 minus plate number. Variety listed by Scott, but not valued. Quite possibly unique. MINT never hinged.

$750

Extremely fine and fresh top margin horizontal pair with complete vertical gutter between. No trace of telltale creasing that creates these errors. MINT never hinged and exceedingly scarce. Listed but not valued in Scott.

Fresh block of 4 with clear setoff of Red Cross. MINT never hinged and seldom seen this clearly. 1474

(785 var) 1936 WASHINGTON & GREENE 1¢ GREEN, HORIZONTAL PAIR WITH FULL VERTICAL GUTTER .................................................................................... PH

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1477

Estimate

1478

1481

1479

1486X 1482 1484

1480

1483

1485 1487 1488 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1484



Estimate

(852 var) 1939 GOLDEN GATE EXPOSITION 3¢ BRIGHT PURPLE, IMPERF MARGIN ....................... PH



(1036 var) 1954 LINCOLN 4¢ RED VIOLET BLOCK W/ FULL VERTICAL GUTTER .................................. PH



$250

Unusual rare variety, left margin single with vertical perforations completely omitted in margin, which shows trim line. Original gum, previously hinged. Unusual, probably unique. 1485

Estimate

1487



(1054A) 1960 PALACE OF THE GOVERNORS 1¼¢ LARGE HOLE, MISCUT PLATE NUMBER LINE STRIPS ............................................................. PH

$125

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $225. 1488/(1209 var) 1963 JACKSON 1¢ GREEN, BLOCK WITH FULL GUTTER ................................................ PH

$400

Bottom margin block of 3½ stamps (dry printing) with full vertical gutter and no trace of creasing. Extremely scarce multiple. Very fine, Post Office fresh and MINT never hinged. Scott value for pair. Cat $675. 1486

(1138b) 1959 McDOWELL 4¢ ROSE LAKE, VERTICAL PAIR IMPERF HORIZONTALLY ............ PH

$500

Horizontal top margin block of 6, plus 2 partial stamps from large foldover piece. Phosphor tagged block yields one pair with full vertical gutter and complete stamps on either side, another with nearly complete stamp at left. Although block has been hinged, all stamps near gutter are MINT never hinged. Very fine. Listed in Scott but not valued.

$250

Pair of MINT never hinged large-hole Bureau precanceled (Cincinnati) plate number strips of 5 with partial number on center stamp. Numbers include #26670 and #26671 (paired on press). Light pencil notations on each, light corner crease on one. Fine and scarce. Cat $336. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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Estimate

Estimate

1492

1489

1490

1493

1494

1491

1495 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

1493

USA Errors, Freaks & Oddities, cont. 1489



Estimate 

(1213d) 1962 WASHINGTON 5¢ DARK BLUE GRAY, IMPERF BETWEEN PAIR ......................................... PH $1000

Extremely RARE plate block of O’Neill color error (UL plate #32902). One of only 6 known, the first such BEP acknowledged color error since the much more common $5 red brown error of the Presidential series (lists at $15,000 for plate block). Newly listed in the 2014 Scott Specialized. Only reported plate block of this number and position from original 1975 survey, with distinctive shade known to specialists for nearly 40 years. Plate numbers are #32902 or #32903, as they were paired together. Error analyzed by BEP in 1975, which made following announcement: ‘Analyses that were conducted on the pigment components show that the WRONG INK was used for the production of these stamps.’ An extensive search for these stamps in 1975 turned up a total of 281 mint (of which 24 were part of 6 plate blocks) and two used singles known in collector hands. Plate block is MINT never hinged. Scott’s value for new listing is ‘testing the waters,’ not based on actual sales.

Very fine horizontal pair, imperf between. ‘Very rare,’ according to Datz (which doesn’t value this error), with typical diagonal crease showing how error was created. MINT never hinged. (2009 APS Cert #185095) Cat $1500. 1490



(1284d) 1966 ROOSEVELT 6¢ GRAY BROWN, FULL BOOKLET PANE, IMPERF BETWEEN PAIR .................................................................................... PH $5000

Very RARE, if not unique booklet pane of 14-ish, with foldover creating one complete pair imperf between and two additional ‘almosts.’ Significant gum damage from moisture and rusty staple holes at left and top, but still show-stealing exhibit piece. Datz references piece as ‘possibly unique’, meaning it is significantly undervalued. (Datz $2420) 1491



(1287 var) 1967 KENNEDY 13¢ BROWN, STRIP W/ FULL HORIZONTAL GUTTER ............................ PH

$500

Vertical strip of 3 from foldover piece. Phosphor tagged strip with full horizontal gutter and complete stamps on either side. Center stamp has horizontal crease from foldover that created this error. Mint never hinged. Very fine and extremely scarce. Listed in Scott but not valued. 1492



1494



1495



(1338Fj) 1971 FLAG OVER WHITE HOUSE 8¢ MULTI, HORIZ PAIR, IMPERF BETWEEN (x10) .................. PH

116

$500

$500

Bottom margin block of 20 (10x2) containing 10 horizontal pairs imperforate between. Three plate #32584, three MAIL EARLY and three USE ZIP CODE in bottom margin. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cool piece. Datz reports that about 600 such pairs exist. Scott $450 for pairs with no premium added for plate block.

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(1338) 1968 FLAG OVER WHITE HOUSE 6¢ MULTI, HUGE FOLDOVER PLATE BLOCK .......................... PH

Lower left plate block (#30816) with MASSIVE foldover creating crazy perfs on left stamps and even a ‘stamp’ with most of plate number and only a tiny portion of design. MINT never hinged and exhibit worthy, probably unique.

(1289c) 1967 MARSHALL 20¢ DARK OLIVE, DOUBLE IMPRESSION ERROR ........................ PH $750-1000

NEW DISCOVERY after 45 years. Top margin single (tagged, shiny gum) showing complete double impression of image (shows most clearly in selvage), with strong intaglio impression, ruling out possibility of setoff or tagging ghost. Very striking, with only two examples currently known. Very fine, MINT never hinged. (copy of 2013 APS Cert #203528 for pair, this is right stamp).

(1294b) 1975 O’NEILL $1 BLACK VIOLET COLOR ERROR, UPPER LEFT PLATE BLOCK ........... PH $3000-4000

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1497

1498

1496

1499

1500

1501

1502

1503

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1496



1504

Estimate

(1362a) 1968 WATERFOWL CONSERVATION, VERTICAL BLOCK IMPERF BETWEEN .................. PH

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1500



$375

Two vertical pairs imperf between within right sheet margin block of 8 (2x4), MAIL EARLY imprint at right. Fresh, MINT never hinged, black ink setoff on back, red crayon in selvage, very fine. Cat $450. 1497



(1375 var) 1969 ALABAMA STATEHOOD 6¢ MULTI, MAJOR COLOR SHIFT PLATE BLOCK ................... PH

1498



(1381b) 1969 PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL 6¢ MULTI, TAGGING OMITTED ERROR ................................... PH

1501

1499





1502



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$350

(1483a) 1973 BOSTON TEA PARTY 8¢ MULTI, PLATE BLOCK W/ OFFSET SETOFF ...................... PH

$400

Very rare upper right plate block (#34247) with only the offset black color setoff on gum side, leaving ghostly appearance of colonists tossing tea. It’s usually only engraved colors found with strong setoffs. Setoff strong and clear, and plate block MINT never hinged. 1503



(1384m) 1969 CHRISTMAS 6¢ MULTI, ‘BALTIMORE’ PRECANCEL INVERTED BLOCK ............................ PH $1500

Very fine block of 4 with experimental ‘BALTIMORE’ inverted overprint. In addition to error, overprint (precancel) shows ‘square comma,’ ‘round comma’ setting types. Very scarce error produced entirely by the Bureau of Engraving & Printing and every bit as much of an invert as Jennys or Candleholders, but far more affordable. Very RARE, particularly with setting type differences. MINT never hinged.

(1451a) 1972 CAPE HATTERAS 2¢ MULTI BLOCK, INTAGLIO SETOFF PLATE BLOCK ......................... PH

Upper left plate block (#33467) with mirror-like setoff on gum side of black, brown and blue engraved intaglio inks. Very fine, MINT never hinged.

$200

Extremely fine and fresh, tagging completely omitted. Strong topical appeal. MINT never hinged. Listed but not valued by Scott.

$650

Very rare lower right plate block (#33156) with only the offset colors blue and red setoff on gum side. It’s usually engraved colors found this way. Setoff strong and clear, and plate block MINT never hinged.

$300

Lower right plate block (#31277) showing major shift shift to the right of brown engraving (about 6mm), resulting in very bizarre, doubled appearance of birds and flowers, shifting inscriptions to left of each stamp and partial plate number in selvage. Some creasing in selvage and tiny piece missing (likely from processing). Mint never hinged, very fine.

(1435b) 1971 SPACE ACHIEVEMENT 8¢ MULTI, PLATE BLOCK W/ MAJOR OFFSET SETOFF ........ PH

(1488b) 1973 COPERNICUS 8¢ BLACK & ORANGE, BLACK OMITTED ..................................................... PH

$500

A fresh example of this startling error showing only the small circle of orange color. MINT never hinged. Cat $800. 1504



(1555) 1975 D.W. GRIFFITH 10¢ MULTI, FOLDOVER CRAZY PERFS IN PLATE BLOCK MARGIN ........... PH

$350

Lower right plate block (#36037) with foldover crazy perfs creating appendage showing marginal markings that should have been trimmed. MINT never hinged.

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Estimate

1505

1507

1506

1509

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

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1509

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Estimate

(1570 var) 1975 APOLLO-SOYUZ 10¢ MULTI, VERTICAL STRIP W/ FULL GUTTER ...................... PH





(1575b) 1975 POSTAL SERVICE BICENTENNIAL 10¢ MULTI, DENOMINATION OMITTED .................. PH $7500

Lower right ZIP block of 4 with red ‘10¢’ omitted on each stamp. Listed, but not valued in Scott. Rare error, probably unique as ZIP block. MINT never hinged, fine. Only 6-8 blocks reported per Datz. 1507



1508



1510



(1597e) 1978 FT. McHENRY FLAG 15¢ GRAY, DARK BLUE & RED, IMPERF SHEET .........................



(1726c) 1977 ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION 13¢ RED & BROWN ON CREAM, TRANSITION BLOCK W/ RED & BROWN OMITTED .................................. PH $1250

Bottom block of 10 (5x2), selvage on three sides, dramatic transition error, with left pair showing significant loss of both red & brown, the next pair with nearly complete color loss showing a little brown and just traces of red and the next 6 pairs with both red and brown completely omitted. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat value for 6 error singles, with no premium added for transition singles. Choice item. Cat $2400. 1512



(1727) 1977 TALKING PICTURES 13¢ MULTI, FULL SHEET MAJOR COLOR SHIFT ...................... PH

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$750

Complete lower left pane of 50 with MAJOR downward shift (about 10mm) of engraved brown color. Shift not only displaces movie projector (leaving gutter gap at top), but has completely eliminated plate number! Great exhibition piece or broken down for individual sale. MINT never hinged with great topical appeal.

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$200

Scarce imperforate pane of 100, plate #38650 in selvage at right. Mint never hinged, but most stamps suffer from mount disturbed gum, otherwise very fine sheet. Cat value for pairs, no premium added for plate block. Cat $750.

(1689s) 1976 BICENTENNIAL SHEET, IMPERFORATE, ‘USA/31c’ & TAGGING OMITTED ............................ PH $1250

EXTREMELY scarce multiple major error – missing denomination, tagging and imperforate. Most Bicentennial errors exist in only a few examples each. Tiny thumbnail crease at top, otherwise fresh MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $2000.

(1579a) 1975 CHRISTMAS (10¢) MULTI, IMPERF PANE OF 50 ............................................................... PH $1200

Gorgeous lower left imperf pane of 50 stamps (plate #36747-36752), and staple holes in bottom margin showing it came from post office pad and not the back door. Pane is extremely fresh with bright colors. Scott value is for 25 pairs and does not take into account significant premium for plate block or other position pieces. Can either be saved intact for exhibit or broken down for resale. MINT never hinged, few gum wrinkles. (Datz $2235) Cat $1875.

$500

Lower left plate block of 6 (more or less), exhibiting major downward horizontal perforation shift of more than 15 millimeters, placing plate number (#39164) almost entirely in what would be the bottom margin area. In addition, block is miscut in a way that leaves a huge bottom margin showing marginal markings that should have been trimmed off. Very unusual misperf on high denomination stamp. MINT never hinged.

$500

Extremely fine left margin vertical strip of 3 with full horizontal gutter. Strong space topical. MINT never hinged, fresh and no sign creasing from foldover. Listed but not valued by Scott. Extremely scarce. (1978 APS Cert #33421) 1506

(1612) 1979 RAILROAD LANTERN $5 MULTI, MAJOR PERFORATION SHIFT BLOCK .................. PH

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1513

1512

1510

1511

1515 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1513



1516



(1731a) 1978 CARL SANDBURG 13¢ BLACK & BROWN, BROWN OMITTED ................................. PH $1500

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1516





(1787a) 1979 SEEING EYE DOG 15¢ MULTI IMPERF PAIR ............................................................. PH

$200

Post Office fresh, MINT never hinged, horizontal imperforate pair. (Datz $375) Cat $325. 1517



(1731c var) 1978 SANDBURG 13¢ BLACK & BROWN, BLOCK, ALL COLORS OMITTED ............................ PH $2500

Block of 4, all colors omitted, bottom pair with all colors omitted and with faint black tagging ghost as listed in Scott; top pair with no ghost as well as all colors omitted. As such it is an unlisted error. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. 1515

1517

Estimate

Unusual example of this scarce error in that all design elements are present, but brown ink entirely missing. Very fine MINT never hinged. Cat $2000. 1514

1514

(1826a) 1980 BERNARDO DE GALVEZ 15¢ MULTI, RED, BROWN & BLUE OMITTED ............................ PH

$350

Very fine MINT nver hinged example of this striking error (2009 APS Cert #186823) (Datz $625) Cat $500.

(1768a) 1978 MADONNA 15¢ MULTI, IMPERF PANE OF 100 ............................................................. PH $2000

Complete, unbroken upper right pane of 100 (plate #38731-#38736). Very fresh and very fine. Can be used either as exhibition piece or broken down for resale. Catalog value does NOT include premium for plate block and other position pieces. Datz estimates 300-400 pairs. This may be only intact pane. MINT never hinged. (Datz $4000) Cat $3500.

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1519

1520

1518

1521

1523

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

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(1833 var) 1980 LEARNING NEVER ENDS 15¢ MULTI, MISPERF FULL PANE ............................................... PH



(1867b) 1985 CLARK 39¢ ROSE LILAC, VERTICAL PAIR IMPERF BETWEEN ......................................... PH



1524





(1949) 1982 BIGHORN 20¢ DARK BLUE, BOOKLET PANE WITH RUBY SPLICE ...................................... PH

1525



1526



Post printing, but pre-processing ruby tape splice on reverse of Bighorn booklet, clear tape on front. Taped pane slit and perforated through splices. Eerie appearance. Mint never hinged. Scarce. 1521



(2023) 1982 FRANCIS OF ASSISI 20¢ MULTI PAIR W/ DIAGONAL SHIFT ................................................ PH

$300

Interesting horizontal right margin pair with both stamps assuming trapezoidal shape. Horizontal perforations applied normally, but vertical perforations shifted at an angle to split design of left stamp and create right stamp with large void and color bar in stamp area. MINT never hinged showpiece. 1522



(2073a) 1984 CARTER G WOODSON 20¢ MULTI, IMPERF VERTICALLY .............................................. PH

$400

Very fine pair with vertical perforations omitted. MINT never hinged with few light adhesion spots. (Datz $1100) Cat $800.

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$200

(2517a var) 1991 FLOWER (29¢) MULTI, IMPERF BLOCK ....................................................................... PH $1500

(2595b) 1992 EAGLE & SHIELD 29¢ MULTI, DIE CUTS OMITTED, ‘PLATE’ BLOCK .................... PH

$300

Pretty PLATE block of 3 horizontal pairs with vertical gutter and plate number (B3434-3) between. Middle pair se-tenant with inscription label. Catalog value (for 3 pairs) doesn’t begin to cover premium for plate number, gutter and label. Extra fine and MINT never hinged. (Datz $405) Cat $375. 1527



(2704a) 1992 JUAN CABRILLIO 29¢ MULTI, BLACK INTAGLIO OMITTED ................................................. PH $1500

Very fine example of this scarce error, which shows blind-embossed legend and denomination, but ink completely omitted. MINT never hinged. (Datz $3250) Cat $2250. 1528



(2872d) 1994 CHRISTMAS 29¢ MULTI, MULTIPLE IMPRESSIONS PLATE BLOCK ................................ PH $1500

Lower right plate block (#P33333) from pane of 50 created during make-ready process for printing. Block shows quadruple impression of black, 3 of blue and 2 each of red and yellow. Only green has ‘normal’ single impression. MINT never hinged, scarce and striking. Listed but not valued in Scott. (copy of 2002 PF cert #371667 for full pane)

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(2142a) 1985 WINTER SPECIAL OLYMPICS 22¢ MULTI, HORIZONTALLY IMPERF PAIR ................... PH

Upper left corner margin block of 4, completely imperforate. Post Office fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat value for two imperforate pairs. (1991 PF Cert #0238646). Cat $2000.

$750

$500

$200

Very fine MINT never hinged top margin pair. Fresh. (Datz $400) Cat $325.

Vertical top left corner margin pair, imperf between. Horizontal perfs at top and bottom of pair shifted diagonally down and left. MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $1500. 1520

(2135a) 1986 DOG SLED 17¢ SKY BLUE IMPERF PAIR ........................................................................... PH

Very fine MINT never hinged horizontal imperforate pair. (Datz $375) Cat $325.

$300

Impressive full pane of 50 with horizontal perforations shifted up about 5mm and slightly diagonal, causing three plate numbers in top margin to appear in stamp margin. Misperforation also causes ‘never ends’ to appear at the top of most of the stamps (not top row) and in the orphan selvage at bottom. MINT never hinged, no perf separations, very fine. 1519

Estimate

1523

USA Errors, Freaks & Oddities, cont. 1518

1522

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1525

Estimate

1526

1527

1528

1524

1530 1529

1531

1532

1534

1533

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1529



Estimate

(3052j) 1999 ROSE 33¢ MULTI, IMPERF PANE OF 20 .................................................................................... PH $6500

Estimate

1533



Self-adhesive pane of 20 plus label, imperforate. Second vertical row lightly creased (per cert), otherwise fresh, very fine. Possibly unique, listed but not valued in Scott. (Copy of 2001 PF Cert #0377128) 1530



1531



Complete pane of 20 stamps from bottom center position (plate #B111), imperforate except for five holes of horizontal perfs in right selvage, all well away from stamps, which are all fully imperf. Very fine and rare, can yield up to 10 pairs. Scott value for 10 pairs does not include any premium for multiples or plate numbers. MINT never hinged. Cat $3250.

(3107a) 1996 CHRISTMAS MADONNA 32¢ W/ BLACK PRINTING AT BOTTOM OMITTED ............. PH $2000

Recently listed error. Embossing shows, but not inked per Weiss cert. Most unusual. MINT never hinged, very fine.

1534



(3263a) 1998 UNCLE SAM 22¢ MULTI, IMPERF PAIR ........................................................................... PH $1500

Very fine MINT never hinged, horizontal imperforate pair. Scarce, not valued in Scott. 1532



(3280b) 1999 FLAG & CITY 33¢ MULTI, IMPERF STRIP ......................................................................... PH

(3420a) 2001 STILWELL 10¢ RED & BLACK, IMPERF PANE ........................................................... PH $2000

(3559a) 2002 CHINESE NEW YEAR 34¢ MULTI, PB6, VERTICAL DIE CUTTING OMITTED ............... PH $2500

Rare item, there are only a few pairs known. Top right plate block of 6 imperforate (die cutting omitted) vertically. Self-adhesive, MINT never hinged, folded between left and center pairs, otherwise very fine. (2012 PF Cert #505863)

$500

Water activated coil with small year date, horizontal imperforate strip of 6. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Scarce strip, listed but not valued in Scott. (2013 APS Cert #205200). St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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1536

1535

1538

1540

1541

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014 

1542

Estimate

Estimate

1538

USA Errors, Freaks & Oddities, cont. 1535

(3838 var) 2004 AIR FORCE ACADEMY 37¢ MULTI, PANE, FAINT DIE CUTTING ..................................... PH





(4125d) 2008 LIBERTY BELL (FOREVER) MULTI, COPPER OMITTED ................................................... PH $1500

Extremely scarce error on 2008-dated version with large microprinting. Copper color ‘FOREVER’ completely omitted. This is only the second MINT example we’ve offered. Very fine. 1537



(4185b) 2007 FLOWERS 41¢ MULTI, DIE CUTTING OMITTED ......................................... PH $1000-1500

One of only 4 known die-cut self-adhesive panes with diecutting completely omitted on right pair, leaving completely imperf vertical pair of Poppy (Scott 4183) and Iris (Scott 4178) stamps. The error, caused by a 44mm shift to the left, leaves the remaining stamps severely misperfed. All stamps on reverse side are normal. Accompanied by photocopy of Nov. 19, 2007, Linn’s news article. Part of original discovery. Very fine and MINT never hinged.

$500

Pane of 20, horizontal die cutting at left and vertical die cutting throughout nearly omitted, just traces visible under magnification. Self-adhesive, MINT never hinged, very fine. Scarce and appealing EFO. 1536

1537

1539

1539



(4224-27) 2008 AMERICAN SCIENTISTS 41¢ MULTI, FULL PANE WITH PREPRINTING CREASE ............ PH

$600

Complete pane of 20 stamps, with diagonal preprinting paper crease affecting 5 stamps across bottom two rows. Crease affects only stamp paper, not release liner, indicating printing occurred prior to backing being applied. Preprinting creases are very scarce on self-adhesive issues. Trivial piece of margin missing at right.

(4126b var) 2008 LIBERTY BELL (FOREVER) MULTI, BOOKLET, DIE CUTTING OMITTED ....................... PH $3000

Complete booklet of 20 stamps plus label (cover), die cutting omitted on both sides. First example we’ve seen. Not yet listed by Scott. MINT never hinged and very fine. 1540



(4481c) 2010 EVERGREENS (FOREVER) MULTI, BLOCK, DIE CUTTING OMITTED, 12-STAMP SIDE .................................................................................... PH

$500

Block of 4 with die cutting completely omitted. Error from 12-stamp side, with ‘cover’ on reverse. Very fine, MINT never hinged and scarce.

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1543 1545

1544

1547

1548 1549

1550

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1541



Estimate

(4481e var) 2010 EVERGREENS (FOREVER) MULTI, BLOCK, DIE CUTTING OMITTED, 8-STAMP SIDE .... PH



(C11) 1928 BEACON ON ROCKY MTNS 5¢ CARMINE & BLUE, MAJOR TWO-WAY VIGNETTE SHIFT ..... PH



1544



(C26) 1944 TRANSPORT 8¢ OLIVE GREEN, FULL UPPER LEFT SHEET, SPLICE & DOUBLE PAPER .................................................................................... PH



(J89a) 1959 POSTAGE DUE (-) CARMINE ROSE, NUMBER OMITTED .................................................. PH



1548



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(RU9a) 1864 SAMUEL HART & CO. PRIVATE DIE BLACK, OLD PAPER, DOUBLE PREPRINTING CREASE ..................................................................... PH

$250

Gorgeous diagonal horizontal preprinting paper crease splitting bottom fourth of design. Lower left corner missing. Scarce. 1549



(RV30) 1944 MOTOR VEHICLE USE $5 VIOLET, MAJOR MISPERF ..................................................... PH

$350

Bottom margin stamp with HUGE horizontal misperf (shifted upwards by 17 millimeters). Because stamp was used (although it still has full gum on face), stamp was trimmed to match stamp design and form on reverse. First major misperf we’ve ever seen on this issue. Scarce.

USA POSTAL STATIONERY 1550



$125

Right margin single with black denomination omitted. MINT never hinged, shiny gum, very fine. Cat $200.

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(Q2a) 1913 CITY CARRIER 2¢ LAKE ERROR, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH $4000

Fine block of 4 with deep lake color. Typical centering for issue, as virtually all are found (all known examples are from same sheet). Original gum, previously hinged. Scott value for FVF singles, with no premium for block. This is the only block we’ve seen. Some perf separations at left. Cat $7000.

$350

Complete upper left pane of 50 (#23122) with preprinting paper splice affecting 4 rows, two of which have complete double paper (fourth and fifth rows). Printing of third row is OVER tape. Red crayon rejection mark on fourth row, and tape on reverse of sixth row. Some perf separations as expected with uneven shrinkage over time. Mint never hinged. Fine showpiece. 1545

1547

(C23b var) 1938 EAGLE 6¢ DARK BLUE & CARMINE, IMPERF VERTICALLY ........................................... PH $10,000

UNIQUE horizontal pair, imperforate vertically, sheet margin at left, right stamp with five diagonal perfs at lower right. Extremely fine. Original gum, previously hinged. (1998 PF Cert #329385 for pair offered; PLUS photocopy of original pane of 50 from which it came) Cat $12,500.

1959 POSTAGE DUES, EFO GROUP ....................... $750-1000

Interesting selection of 51 stamps on counter book pages. Includes #J89a missing numeral, the balance with numerals shifted to varying degrees, from relatively minor to very dramatic with part of numeral at top & part at bottom. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine.

$250

A 5+ millimeter right AND downward shift of the blue vignette, placing tower base and buildings well into the denomination at bottom. Major two-way shifts are seldom seen. MINT never hinged with a few natural gum skips. 1543



$250

Forever booklet with die cutting omitted on side with 8 stamps. The stamps have been removed from the other side of the booklet, which shows the die cutting. Small crease affects upper right stamp, and small corner crease lower left, otherwise very fine. Complete booklet with die cutting omitted on side with eight stamps, like this one, catalogs $800 in Scott. 1542

Estimate

1546

(U18) 1855 NESBITT 10¢ GREEN ON BUFF ENTIRE, CALIFORNIA USAGE ................................................ PH

$100

Frank with pen cancel, entire with red Grass Valley, CA, cancel, sent to Vermont, backflap tears, fine. Cat $190.

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Estimate

1552

1551 1553

1554

1555

1556

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

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Estimate

1556

USA Postal Stationery, cont. 1551

1557

(U18) 1855 NESBITT 10¢ GREEN ON BUFF ENTIRE, CALIFORNIA USAGE ................................................ PH

P (U345P) 1890 PERRY 90¢ PURPLE ON BLUE, PROOF .................................................................................... PH

Frank tied by blue Rabbittown, Sierra County, CA, cancel. Tape repaired backflap, fine to very fine. Cat $190. 1552



(U30) 1880 WASHINGTON 6¢ RED, CUT SQUARE .................................................................................... PH $2200

1557





(U93) 1874 CLAY 12¢ PLUM, ENTIRE ..................... PH

$150

1558



Unused legal-size entire, deep shade on bright white paper, very fine, sealed backflap. Cat $225. 1554



(U216) 1886 PERRY 90¢ CARMINE ON MANILA, ENTIRE ...................................................................... PH

$125

Unused legal-size entire, deep color, very fine, sealed backflap. Couple natural inclusions. Cat $250. 1555

P (U342P) 1890 PERRY 90¢ PURPLE, PROOF ........... PH

$250

(U463) 1920 GRANT 2¢ ON 4¢ CHOCOLATE ON AMBER, CUT SQUARE ............................................ PH

$750

Scarce unused cut square, large margins. Fresh, extremely fine. Size: 46x46mm. Cat $850.

Scarce unused cut square, bright color, very fine. Size: 30x 31mm. Cat $2750. 1553

$250

Attractive and rare proof, embossed on watermarked envelope paper, approximately 3½”x5", die cut rounded corners, fresh, very fine.

$100

(UO15) 1877 OFFICIAL (-) BLACK ON AMBER, CUT SQUARE ............................................................ PH

$200

Unused cut square with large margins all around, fresh and very fine. Ex-Champagne. Cat $250. 1559



(UX17) 1902 FULL FACE McKINLEY 1¢ BLACK ON BUFF .................................................................... PH $3250

Choice example of this rare and desirable unused postal card, pre-printed front & back. Fresh, very fine. Cat $3250.

Rare proof embossed on watermarked (type 8) envelope paper, approximately 3½”x5", die cut rounded corners, a few tiny inclusion specks, very fine and attractive. (800) 782-0066 • www.RegencySuperior.com

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Estimate

1559

1558 1560

1561

1562

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1560

1563

S (UX17S) 1902 FULL FACE McKINLEY 1¢ BLACK ON BUFF, SPECIMEN POSTAL CARD .................... PH $1500

1563



Framed legal document measuring about 17"x11", an Indenture, selling plot of land in Paris, Edgar County, Illinois, from Elizabeth Clark to Mr. Miller for $1500. Imperf $2 Conveyance Revenue affixed below, initialed and dated by the seller. Document dated March 5th, 1863. Stamp has four large, even margins and is fresh and sound. Scott value for used stamp only. Document previously folded but sound. Cat $225.



1565



(R135b) 1871 THIRD ISSUE 2¢ ORANGE & BLACK, INVERTED CENTER ................................................. PH

$250

(R151a) 1874 THIRD ISSUE 2¢ ORANGE & BLACK ON GREEN, INVERTED CENTER ............................ PH

$350

1876 Manuscript cancel, nice centering for this INVERT, very fine. (2013 PF Cert #515288) Cat $500. 1566



(R151a) 1874 THIRD ISSUE 2¢ ORANGE & BLACK ON GREEN, INVERTED CENTER ............................ PH

$250

Manuscript cancel, attractive and fine. Cat $500. 1567



(R107a) 1871 SECOND ISSUE 5¢ BLUE & BLACK, INVERTED CENTER ................................................. PH $2500

A RARE INVERTED CENTER. Manuscript cancel, light horizontal crease, fine appearance. Tough issue, most copies notorious for being faulty & off-center. Cat $3500.

125

(R132) 1872 SECOND ISSUE $200 RED, BLUE & BLACK ....................................................................... PH $5000

Manuscript cancel, nice centering for this issue, thin spots, very fine appearance. Cat $600.

1561 /D (R81a) 1863 FIRST ISSUE $2 CONVEYANCE, ON DOCUMENT ................................................... PH $150-250

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1567X

A well centered, great looking stamp with good color, manuscript cancel. Small thins at top per Weiss Cert. Nearly all examples of this scarce stamp are faulty in some way, very fine appearance. Cat $8250.

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1566

Estimate

1564



1565

Estimate

Fresh, very fine card, printed ‘DIE PROOF OF McKINLEY POSTAL CARD. / ISSUE OF 1901’ at bottom, small ‘Specimen.’ handstamp under frank. Scarce and desirable item. Regularly issued card cats $3250.

1562

1564

(R199//R215) 1914 NUMERAL DOCUMENTARIES 4¢-80¢ ROSE, BLOCKS ............................................ PH

$150

Group of 5 different blocks of 4. Includes: 4¢ (R199), 5¢ (R200), 25¢ (R202), 50¢ (R215) & 80¢ (R205). OG, previously hinged with occasional gum creasing, mixed centering, fine overall. Cat $1367.

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Estimate

1571 1568

1570X

1569

1573

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014





Estimate

1572

(RB2bc) 1874 PROPRIETARY 2¢ GREEN & BLACK ON GREEN, INVERTED CENTER ......................... PH $15,000

The finest of the 12 known INVERTED centers, a premium copy. Vignette somewhat faded due to lightening of the red cancel, otherwise sound, pencil marks on back, fine to very fine centering. (1986 PF Cert #0162798). Cat $8000. 1569

1574

Estimate

USA Revenues, cont. 1568

1572

P (RD85P) 1940 MEREDITH $20 BRIGHT GREEN, IMPERF PROOF PAIR W/ OVERPRINT ................... PH $1500

Scarce imperforate horizontal proof pair with ‘Series 1940’ overprint. Unused, no gum as issued. Extremely fine. Scott mentions these imperforates existing only without overprint. Ex-Smithsonian Archives. 1573



(RB10a) 1873 PROPRIETARY $5 GREEN & BLACK, VIOLET PAPER ......................................................... PH $6500

Well centered with manuscript cancel, skillful repairs, as most examples are faulty in some way. Very rare in any condition, Scott mentions that catalog value is for stamp with small faults. An extremely fine appearing example of this spectacular and desirable revenue. Ex-Bowers. (2011 Weiss Cert #22-RB10a25). Cat $11,000. 1570/(RD12, RD31) 1918-28 STOCK TRANSFER $1 & $2, LARGE BLOCKS ....................................................... PH

1571 () (RD85 var) 1940 MEREDITH $20 BRIGHT GREEN, IMPERF PAIR WITH OVERPRINT (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................................................... PH $2000

A fabulous wide bottom margin IMPERFORATE horizontal pair. Unused, no gum as issued. A SCARCE pair with the ‘Series 1940’ overprint; Scott only lists imperforates without overprint. Extremely fine. Ex-Smithsonian Archives.(2013 Graded PSE Cert #1271120, VF-XF 85, Mint NGAI)

$100

Scarce stamp, fine, 1953 handstamp cancel. Cat $225. 1574 () (RF5 var) 1917 PLAYING CARDS 2¢ ULTRA, RACINE SURCHARGE .............................................. PH

$300

Violet ‘ACT OF/1917’ overprint with no denomination surcharged, local overprint applied at Racine, Wisconsin IRS office as footnoted in Scott. Unused, no gum, typical light crease, otherwise very fine. 1575



$250

Two blocks of 12, the RD12 $1 with one stamp lightly hinged, others MINT never hinged; RD31 $2 MINT NH. Both blocks with natural straight edge at top. Fine to very fine. Cat $579 for hinged.

(RE202) 1951-54 WINE $5.76 YELLOW GREEN & BLACK ....................................................................... PH

(RJA80a) 1963 NARCOTIC 2¢ VIOLET IMPERF, PAIR ........................................................................... PH

$600

A vertical IMPERFORATE pair. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $1000. 1576



(RJA80a) 1963 NARCOTIC 2¢ VIOLET, IMPERF .... PH

$250

Fresh, MINT never hinged imperforate single. Very fine. Cat $500. 1577



(RJM5-7) 1962 MARIHUANA $1-$10 CARMINE ...... PH $1000

Complete set of 3: the $1 fine, $5 & $10 very fine. Fresh, MINT never hinged, each with natural straight edge. Cat $1275. 1578



(RO5a) 1864 THOMAS ALLEN MATCH CO. 1¢ GREEN, MULTIPLE .............................................. PH $1200

A SCARCE block of 8 (2x4). Fresh and bright, fine. Original gum, slightly disturbed, previously hinged. Cat $1400. 1579



(RO11a) 1864 AMERICAN MATCH CO. 3¢ BLACK, OLD PAPER ............................................................... PH

$400

Nice example, rich color, two vertical creases, fine appearance. Cat $550. (800) 782-0066 • www.RegencySuperior.com

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Estimate

1575

1577X

1576

1578

1579

1580

1581

1587

1588

1582

1583

1589

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1580



1584



Estimate

(RO38b) 1864 BOUTELL & MAYNARD 1¢ BLACK, SILK PAPER .............................................................. PH

Estimate

1586



$150



(RO66u) 1864 CRAMER & KEMP 1¢ ULTRA, OLD PAPER ............................................................... PH

1583



(RO96b) 1864 A. GOLDBACK 1¢ GREEN ............... PH

1587



1588



$150

Pretty stamp, fresh color, small corner thin lower right, otherwise very fine. Cat $200. 1584

1585





(RO97a) 1846 T. GORMAN & BRO. 1¢ BLACK ....... PH

$500 1589

(RO116b-d) 1864 P.T. IVES 1¢ BLUE; SILK, PINK & WATERMARKED PAPERS ....................................... PH

1590



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(RS31a) 1862 W. T. BLOW 1¢ GREEN, OLD PAPER ............................................................... PH

$200

(RS36a) 1862 DR. C. F. BROWN 1¢ BLUE, OLD PAPER ............................................................... PH

$300

Fresh color, centered to bottom, sound, fine example of this scarce stamp. Cat $500. 

$400

Exceptional lot, all three singles with deep rich colors and wide margins, RO116b with small thin at bottom, otherwise an extremely fine set. Rare in this nice condition. Cat $58.

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(RO185a) 1864 ZISEMANN, GRIESHEIM & CO. 1¢ GREEN, OLD PAPER ........................................... PH $1500

A few small faults including tiny sealed tear top, very fine appearance. Only 45 recorded examples per Aldrich census, of which 30 are faulty. Cat $325.

Fresh color and impression, typical centering, sound, fine example of this rare stamp. RARE, Aldrich states that ‘of the 29 known, the perforations cut into 21 and almost half are otherwise faulty.’ Cat $900.

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$350

Fresh color and impression, one tiny surface scrape lower right (2nd perf from bottom), fine and attractive example of this rare issue. RARE, of the 19 recorded examples in Aldrich, all but 6 are faulty, and most off-centered. Cat $3000.

$250

Scarce ultramarine shade, small tone spot at top, otherwise fresh and fine. Cat $500.

(RO182a) 1864 WILMINGTON PARLOR MATCH CO. 1¢ BLACK, OLD PAPER ............................................ PH

Pretty stamp, deep rich color and impression, small feather tear at bottom and very light horizontal crease, extremely fine appearance. Cat $175.

(RO44a) 1864 BROWN & DURLING 1¢ GREEN, OLD PAPER ............................................................... PH $1250

Deep, rich color, bold ‘B & D / FEB.1866’ printed cancel, sound and fine. Incredibly scarce, a nearly identical example hammered in the Siegel Scarsdale M&M Sale 1030 for $1800! 1582

1586

1590

Short pulled perfs at top, otherwise sound and fine. Cat $325. 1581

1585X

(RS48c) 1862 J. W. CAMPION & CO. 4¢ BLACK, DIE CUT, PINK PAPER .............................................. PH

$350

Fresh, deep pink shade, vertical crease at left, very fine appearance. Scarce stamp, 34 recorded by Aldrich, 19 of which are faulty. Cat $550.

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Estimate

1591 1593 1592

1594

1596

1595

1597

1598

1599

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

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1591



Estimate

1597

USA Revenues, cont. (RS48c) 1862 J. W. CAMPION & CO. 4¢ BLACK, DIE CUT, PINK PAPER .............................................. PH





(RS73b) 1862 DALLEY’S GALVANIC HORSE SALVE 2¢ GREEN, SILK PAPER .............................. PH

$400

1598

Fresh color, extraordinary centering for this issue, tiny thin speck, tiny tear at top, extremely fine appearance. Cat $225. 1593



(RS75c) 1862 PERRY DAVIS & SON 1¢ BLUE, PINK PAPER .............................................................. PH

1594





(RS99c) 1862 S. B. HARTMAN & CO. 4¢ BLACK, PINK PAPER .............................................................. PH

$500

Scissors-separated with perfs largely intact at bottom and straight edge at top, small stain bottom center, small thin spots, fine appearance. Over half of the recorded examples are faulty, and Aldrich states that the stamp comes in ‘consistently poor condition and centering.’ Cat $1400. 1596



(RS103e) 1862 E.T. HAZELTINE 4¢ BLACK, EXPERIMENTAL SILK PAPER ................................. PH $3000

Rich color, bright white paper, distinct blue silk thread, tear at top, fine appearance. One of the RAREST of the experimental silk paper issues, only 5 recorded in the Aldrich census of which 4 are faulty. Cat $3750.

1599



(RS143a) 1862 JAMES A. JACKSON & CO. 4¢ GREEN, OLD PAPER ........................................... PH $1500

Fresh color, thins, small sealed tears, very fine appearance. RARE, with only 20 recorded in the Aldrich census, of which 13 are faulty. Cat $2250. 1600



(RS144b) 1862 DR. D. JAYNE & SON 1¢ BLUE, SILK PAPER .............................................................. PH $2500

Fresh color, sealed tear at bottom, very fine appearance. RARE, only 17 recorded by Aldrich, of which 9 are faulty. Cat $3500. 1601



(RS146c) 1862 DR. D. JAYNE & SON 4¢ GREEN, PINK PAPER .............................................................. PH $2000

Fresh, extremely fine and attractive. Large margins all-around. RARE, only 28 recorded by Aldrich, this copy probably the nicest. Cat $1500. 1602



(RS159b) 1862 DR. JAS. C. KERR 4¢ BLUE, SILK PAPER .............................................................. PH

128

$200

Fresh color, small faults, fine appearance. Cat $350.

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(RS123d) 1862 HISCOX & CO. 4¢ BLACK, WATERMARKED ....................................................... PH $1500

Fresh color, well centered, faults, including tiny margin tears, very fine appearance. RARE stamp, only 15 recorded by Aldrich, of which nine are faulty. Cat $1750.

(RS99a) 1862 S. B. HARTMAN & CO. 4¢ BLACK, OLD PAPER ............................................................... PH $1250

Good color, small creases & thins, fine appearance. Aldrich states that this stamps ‘comes in very poor quality, with most being off center and 16 of the 26 known being faulty.’ Cat $2750. 1595



$200

Pretty blue on pink stamp, straight edge at top, minor perf flaws, fine. Cat $400.

$400

Fresh color and impression, unused with original gum, hinge remnants, well centered. Very fine appearance, with small thins, pulled perf top. Scarce, only 36 recorded in Aldrich census. Cat $725.

$300

Thin spot in center, light creases, very fine appearance. Cut to shape. Henry Holcombe backstamp. Cat $550. 1592

(RS120d) 1862 J. E. HETHERINGTON 2¢ BLACK, WATERMARKED ....................................................... PH

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1600

1601

1602

1603

1605

1604

1606

1607

1609

1610

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1603



Estimate

(RS163e) 1862 JACOB LIPPMAN & BRO. 4¢ BLUE, EXPERIMENTAL SILK PAPER ................................. PH $3000

A very RARE stamp, only 4 copies recorded in the Aldrich census. Fresh color and impression, small thin, light vertical crease, fine centering. Aldrich notes that virtually all of the Lippman issues (on all three papers) have perforations touching or cutting the design. Cat $3750. 1604





(RS176a) 1862 T. S. MARSDEN 4¢ BLACK, OLD PAPER ............................................................... PH

$350

Fresh color and impression, small thin spot, fine appearance. Only 40 recorded by Aldrich census. Cat $525. 1606



Estimate

1607



(RS178c) 1862 MERCHANT’S GARGLING OIL 1¢ BLACK, PINK PAPER ........................................... PH

1608



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(RS179c) 1862 MERCHANT’S GARGLING OIL 2¢ GREEN, PINK PAPER .......................................... PH $1500

Choice stamp, fresh and bright, nicely centered, extremely fine and attractive. RARE, only 20 recorded by Aldrich, of which ten are faulty. Cat $1500. 1609



(RS189c) 1862 R. V. PIERCE 1¢ GREEN, PINK PAPER .............................................................. PH

$400

Fresh and bright, extremely fine and choice. Cat $200. 1610



$650

Well centered, faults include sealed tears and small facial scuffs, otherwise very fine. RARE, only 17 recorded by Aldrich census. Cat $1250.

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(RS178e) 1862 MERCHANT’S GARGLING OIL 1¢ BLACK, EXPERIMENTAL SILK PAPER ............. PH $2000

Fresh color and impression, two straight edges, perfs in, sound, just fine. RARE, only 12 recorded in the Aldrich census. Cat $3250.

(RS165a) 1862 ALVAH LITTLEFIELD 4¢ GREEN, OLD PAPER ............................................................... PH $1250

Deep, rich color, small margin thin at top, just fine. Aldrich notes most examples ‘have been horribly centered or very faulty.’ RARE, only 21 examples recorded by him. Cat $2000. 1605

1608

(RS191e) 1862 BENNETT PIETERS & CO. 4¢ BLACK, EXPERIMENTAL SILK PAPER ............. PH $3500

Fresh color, creases, fine. VERY RARE stamp, only eight recorded in the Aldrich census, of which four are faulty. Cat $5000.

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Estimate

1611 1612

1614

1613

1615

1616

1617

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1618 Estimate





(RS235d) 1862 WM. SWAIN 8¢ ORANGE, WATERMARKED ....................................................... PH

$200

Fresh colors, small faults, cut to shape, very fine appearance. Cat $250. 1613



(RS237d) 1862 DR. G. W. SWETT 4¢ GREEN, PERFORATED, WATERMARKED ............................ PH $2500

Fine appearance, small sealed tear at bottom, staining. RARE, only 19 recorded by Aldrich, of which 14 are faulty. Cat $2750. 1614



(RS238b) 1862 DR. G. W. SWETT 4¢ GREEN, PERF & DIE CUT, SILK PAPER ................................ PH

$350

Fresh, detailed impression, very fine. Scarce stamp, only 34 recorded by Aldrich, of which 18 are faulty. Cat $450. 1615



(RS238d) 1862 DR. G. W. SWETT 4¢ GREEN, PERF & DIE CUT, WATERMARKED ........................ PH $2500

Very fine appearance, rich color, small tears. RARE stamp, only 9 recorded by Aldrich, of which 6 are faulty. Cat $3250. 1616





(RS218d) 1862 SEABURY & JOHNSON 1¢ LAKE, WATERMARKED ....................................................... PH $3000

Exceptional example of this scarce and desirable Medicine stamp. Well centered, pen stroke over ‘Porous’ as always, very fine. RARE, only 17 recorded by Aldrich, of which nine are faulty. Cat $3250. 1612

Estimate

1617

USA Revenues, cont. 1611

1619

(RS267b) 1862 EDWARD WILDER 4¢ VERMILION, SILK PAPER .............................................................. PH $1500

Cut to shape. Light horizontal bend, very fine appearance. RARE, only 18 recorded by Aldrich, of which nine are faulty. Cat $2250. 1618



(RS277a) 1862 J. H. ZEILEN & CO. 2¢ GREEN, IMPERF, OLD PAPER, PAIR ..................................... PH

$200

Horizontal pair. Fresh color, small thins, very fine appearance. Cat $400. 1619



(RS277c) 1862 J. H. ZEILEN & CO. 2¢ GREEN, IMPERF, PINK PAPER ............................................... PH

$150

Attractive stamp, fresh, bright color and impression on pretty pink paper. Margins large to ample, very fine. Cat $140. 1620



(RT14d) 1864 GEORGE W. LAIRD 3¢ BLACK, IMPERF, WATERMARKED ....................................... PH $1500

Choice example, large margins with wide sheet margin at bottom. Deep color and impression, extremely fine and attractive. Cat $1000. 1621 () 1921-23 BROKER SPECIAL TAX STAMPS (x4) ...... PH

$400

Four large Special Tax Stamps for Brokers, produced by the IRS. Includes fiscal year 1921 $50 with no coupons attached, $100 with coupons, fiscal year 1922 $150 with coupons and fiscal year 1923 $150 with coupons. Without gum as issued, all for same Manhattan company.

(RS265a) 1862 EDWARD WILDER 1¢ GREEN, OLD PAPER ............................................................... PH $2500

Beautiful example of this attractive design. Fresh and bright, large margins, sound, extremely fine. RARE, only 14 recorded by Aldrich, of which seven are faulty. Cat $1750.

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1622 1621X

1620

1623

1624

1626

1625

1628

1627

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

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Estimate

USA FEDERAL DUCKS 1622



(RW1) 1934 MALLARDS $1 BLUE (PSE GRADED 80 JUMBO) ...................................... PH

1625

Stunning top margin plate single, #129199. Big stamp, MINT never hinged (previously hinged in selvage only), very fine. (2012 Graded PSE Cert #01256888 VF 80J, Mint OGnh). SMQ 80 is $690, 85 is $825. 1623



(RW1) 1934 MALLARDS $1 BLUE, PLATE SINGLE .................................................................................... PH



(RW2) 1935 CANVASBACKS $1 ROSE LAKE, PLATE SINGLE (PSE GRADED 90) ......................... PH $1000

Choice top plate #131982 single. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2011 PSE Graded Cert #01231812, XF 90, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $1150) 1626



(RW2) 1935 CANVASBACKS $1 ROSE LAKE ........ PH

$400

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $750. $600

Big attractive bottom plate #129201 single. Deep, rich color, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine plus! Cat $750. 1624



$700

1627



(RW2) 1935 CANVASBACKS $1 ROSE LAKE ........ PH

$300

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $750. 1628



(RW2) 1935 CANVASBACKS $1 ROSE LAKE, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH $1200

(RW2) 1935 CANVASBACKS $1 ROSE LAKE ........ PH

$300

Lightly hinged, gum bends, very fine. Cat $375.

Bottom margin block of 4, plate #131982. Rich color, fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $3000.

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1629

Estimate

1630

1631X

1633

1634X

1632

1636

1635

1637X

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate



(RW3) 1936 CANADA GEESE $1 BROWN BLACK (PSAG GRADED 95) ................................................. PH



(RW3) 1936 CANADA GEESE $1 BROWN BLACK (PSE GRADED 85) .................................................... PH



1636





(RW3) 1936 CANADA GEESE $1 BROWN BLACK .................................................................................... PH

$300

1637





(RW5) 1938 PINTAILS $1 LIGHT VIOLET, PLATE SINGLE .......................................................... PH

1638



$250



(RW5) 1938 PINTAILS $1 LIGHT VIOLET ................ PH

1639



(RW6-9) 1939-42 FOUR $1 DUCKS .......................... PH

$400

Fresh, MINT never hinged. All 4 duck stamps very fine. Cat $925.

(RW7-8, RW12) 1940-45 THREE DUCK SINGLES .................................................................................... PH

(RW8) 1941 RUDDY DUCKS $1 BROWN CARMINE (PSE GRADED SLABBED 85) .................................. PH

(RW8) 1941 RUDDY DUCKS $1 BROWN CARMINE .................................................................................... PH

132

$150

$200

$150

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $225. 1640



(RW11-15) 1944-48 FIVE $1 DUCKS ........................ PH

$250

Five $1 Ducks, all fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine or better. Cat $405. 1641



(RW12) 1945 SHOVELLER DUCKS $1 BLACK, BLOCK W/ PLATE NUMBER .................................... PH

$200

Top left corner margin block of 4 with plate #157249 above top right stamp. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $380.

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$125

Very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Gorgeous stamp. Cat $225. 1634

$110

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. (PSE Slab VF-XF 85, Mint OGnh). (SMQ $270)

$250

Handsome bottom plate #138602 single. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $425. 1633

(RW7) 1940 BLACK MALLARDS $1 SEPIA ............. PH

All three are fresh, very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $265 for hinged.

Fresh, MINT never hinged, well centered, a few trivial tiny gum skips, very fine and attractive. Cat $350. 1632

$150

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $225.

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine to extremely fine. (2009 PSE Graded Cert #01214270, VF-XF 85, Mint OGnh). (SMQ $375) 1631

(RW7) 1940 BLACK MALLARDS $1 SEPIA, PLATE SINGLE .......................................................... PH

Bottom plate #143776 single. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $225.

$750

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb. (2013 PSAG Graded Cert #0563402, 95 ogNH). (SMQ $1000) 1630

Estimate

1635

USA Federal Ducks, cont. 1629

1638

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1639

Estimate

Estimate

1640X

1641

1642

1643X

1644X 1645

1646X

1647X

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1642



1648

Estimate

(RW12) 1945 SHOVELLER DUCKS $1 BLACK ....... PH

$110

Estimate

1646



Extra fine centering, MINT never hinged with couple natural gum skips. Cat $95. 1643



(RW13, RW15, RW22) 1946-55 DUCKS $1 & $2 SINGLES .................................................................... PH



(RW13, RW16) 1946-49 BLOCKS W/ PLATE NUMBER .................................................................... PH

1647/(RW16, RW18) 1949-51 SMALL DUCK LOT ............ PH

1645



(RW14) 1947 SNOW GEESE $1 BLACK (PSE GRADED 95) .................................................... PH

$200

1648



$170

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb. (2005 PSE Graded Cert #01022239, XF-Sup 95, Mint OGnh). (SMQ $210)

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$300

Group of 14 stamps, three blocks with plate numbers, includes: RW16 bottom block of 6, plate #160792 below center stamp, MINT never hinged, a few gum skips, fine; RW16 top block of 4, plate #160793, MINT never hinged, gum skips, fine to very fine; and RW18 bottom block of 4, plate #162126, top right stamp hinge remnant, others never hinged, gum skips and a few trivial toning spots visible on gum side only, fine to very fine. Cat value for NH singles $1060.

$150

Two corner margins blocks of 4 with plate numbers. Fresh, MINT never hinged (RW13 with gum skips), very fine. Cat $480.

$250

Five $2 ducks, all fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine or better. Cat $430.

Three stamps, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. RW13 choice lower left corner margin single; RW22 tiny natural gum wrinkle top left. Cat $200. 1644

(RW16-20) 1949-53 FIVE $2 DUCKS ........................ PH

(RW20) 1953 BLUE-WINGED TEAL $2 DEEP BROWN ROSE (PSE GRADED 95) .......................... PH

$200

Choice stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb. (2011 PSE Graded Cert #01242504, XF-Sup 95, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $250)

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Estimate

1650X

1651

1649X

1653X 1654

1652X

1655X

1656

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1657

Estimate

Estimate

1656

USA Federal Ducks, cont. 1649/(RW21-25) 1954-58 THREE $2 DUCKS .................... PH



$250



(RW22-24) 1955-57 THREE $2 DUCKS .................... PH

$200

1657



Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $270. 1651



(RW26) 1959 LABRADOR WITH MALLARD $3 MULTI (PSE GRADED 95) ................................... PH

1652



(RW26-29) 1959-62 FOUR $3 DUCKS ...................... PH

1653



(RW27, RW29-33) 1960-66 SIX $3 DUCKS .............. PH

1658

$400



(RW37) 1970 ROSS’ GEESE $3 MULTI, BLOCK ..... PH



(RW30) 1963 BRANT LANDING $3 MULTI (PSAG GRADED 98) ................................................. PH

$275

Fresh, MINT never hinged, superb. (2011 PSAG Cert #0559947, Graded 98 ogNH) (SMQ $350) 1655



(RW31//RW37) 1964-68 FOUR DUCKS .................... PH

$200

Includes: RW31, 32, 34 & 37, fresh, MINT never hinged, RW33 left plate single, very fine group. Cat $380.

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E (70E var) 1861 WASHINGTON 24¢ GRAY ON BLUE GREEN PAPER, PAIR ..................................... PH $1250

Francis patent plate essay on blue green wove paper. Horizontal imperforate pair, full original gum, hinge remnant, left essay with faint vertical crease. Very fine appearing. (2003 PF Cert #0401772 & 2008 PF Cert #471140).

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Choice selection of 6 ducks. Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $605. 1654

$180

MINT never hinged margin block of 4. Fresh, fine to very fine. Cat $280.

$300

Fresh, four MINT never hinged DUCK stamps, extremely fine. Cat $430.

(RW33) 1966 WHISTLING SWANS $3 MULTI (PSE GRADED 95) .................................................... PH

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb. (2005 PSE Graded Cert #01011036, XF-Sup 95, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $220)

$180

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb. (2006 PSE Graded Cert #01039594, XF-Sup 95, Mint OGnh) (SMQ $220)

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged lower left plate #168791, extremely fine to superb. (2005 PSE Graded Cert #01004572, XF-Sup 95, Mint OGnh). (SMQ $225)

Five stamps: RW25 OG, lightly hinged (cataloged as NH), other four MINT never hinged. Very fine selection, RW24-25 top plate singles. Cat $450. 1650

(RW32) 1965 CANVASBACK DRAKES $3 MULTI (PSE GRADED 95) .................................................... PH

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Estimate

1659

1658 1660

1661

1662X

1663

1666X

1665X

1664

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1660

Estimate

E (72-E7b) 1861 WASHINGTON 90¢ BLUE, ‘PREMIERE GRAVURE’ DIE ESSAY ........................ PH $1000

Estimate

1664

E (205-E2) 1882 GARFIELD BANKNOTE 5¢ GRAY BROWN, ESSAY ............................................ PH

The scarce ‘Premiere Gravure’ die essay with thin line under bottom center frame. On India mounted on card, approximately 54x62mm in size. Fresh color and impression, very fine and attractive. Cat $1350. 1661

E (79-E10c) 1867 JOHN STURGEON, LIBERTY DIE ESSAY ................................................................. PH

1665 $200

Patented self-canceling essay, colorless ink becomes colored when wet. In dark carmine on thick paper, margins clear to just in at top, fine. Rare and undervalued. Cat $200. 1662

E (121-Ep, 121-E1s) 1869 BURGOYNE SURRENDER 30¢ ESSAYS .............................................................. PH

A choice & attractive group of four different essays, three in black on thin surface-tinted paper in blue, plus orange buff & brown violet and plate on bond with red bands overprinted at top and bottom, dull red violet. Very fine. Cat $1175. 1663

E (285E-93E) 1898 BI-COLORED ESSAY DIE PROOF SET ............................................................................ PH $4250

Complete set of 9 bi-colored die proofs, die sunk on card, reduced showing full die sinkage. Fresh and bright, extremely fine and attractive set. Rare this nice. Cat $3125. 1666

$650

$200

Die on India, die sunk on card, ‘PRESt JAs A GARFIELD’ imprint below portrait, die number and Bank Note Co. imprint at bottom of die sinkage. Fresh, very fine and attractive. Cat $250.

E (338a-E1) 1909 WASHINGTON ‘UNISSUED’ 12¢ DIE ESSAYS (x7) ....................................................... PH $7500

E (147-E1) 1870 LINCOLN 3¢ BLACK DIE ESSAY .................................................................................... PH $2500

Group of 7 engraved die essays in issued design in various colors, with unissued value ’12 CENTS 12' at bottom. All cut to stamp size as nearly always. Various colors on wove paper in various colors. Very fine and rare selection. Way UNDERVALUED by Scott, very few sets exist. Cat $6300.

On India, die sunk on card, reduced to stamp size. Rare essay, believed UNIQUE in black. Fresh, extremely fine. Cat $2250.

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Estimate

1668 1669

1667

1671

1670 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1672 Estimate

1670

USA Essays, Proofs & Trial Colors, cont. 1667

1669

1671

1672

1673

E INTERNAL REVENUE 5¢ BLACK, RE-USE FOLDOUT PREVENTION ESSAY ............................. PH $1250

Turner listed, similar in design to those essays shown for regular postage. Fresh, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. 1674

E 1867 $25 MARYLAND STATE SEAL, TURNER REVENUE ESSAY ..................................... PH $1500

Very scarce essay. Turner #78-B $25 bi-colored green & purple printing on India paper. Fresh colors, very fine and attractive.

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E INTERNAL REVENUE $200 BLUE GREEN & BLACK, ESSAY ......................................................... PH $1250

Produced by National Bank Note Co, pretty right sheet margin single example. Fresh, full original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine.

E (C18E) 1933 CENTURY OF PROGRESS 50¢ UNAPPROVED ZEPPELIN DESIGN ......................... PH $3000

B&W photo essay on thick glossy photo paper. Unapproved design for 1933 Century of Progress Zeppelin flight. Vignette shows ‘Graf Zeppelin’ approaching map of eastern USA with cities of Chicago, Miami and Akron. Inscription at bottom ‘Design for Zeppelin Commemorative/by C.C. Cole, Jr. - Miami, Fla./A.P.S. 8725.’ Similar format as current Airmail issues & 50¢ denomination. Very fine. Fabulous showpiece, likely UNIQUE! (2013 PF Cert #515687)

E (C18E) 1933 ZEPPELIN 50¢, PHOTO ESSAY .................................................................................... PH $2000

Rare, likely unique B&W actual-size photo essay on mattefinish photo paper of original wash drawing for unaccepted design for 50¢ Zeppelin. Design substantially different than issued copy, includes Palm Trees! Fresh, extremely fine. Great exhibit piece! (2013 PF Cert #515689)

E (C14E) 1930 ZEPPELIN $1.30, PHOTO ESSAY .................................................................................... PH $2000

Rare, perhaps unique, B&W photo essay on thin, glossy photo paper of original wash design for issued stamp. Fresh, extremely fine. (2013 PF Cert #515686)

E (C18E) 1933 ZEPPELIN 50¢, PHOTO ESSAY .......... PH $2000

B&W actual-size photo essay on glossy photo paper of original wash drawing of final stamp design. Fresh, extremely fine and rare, perhaps unique. Great exhibit piece! (2013 PF Cert #515688)

E (718E) 1932 SUMMER OLYMPICS 2¢ ESSAY .................................................................................... PH $3000

B&W photo essay on thin card for unaccepted design for unissued 2¢ denomination honoring Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles. Design shows hurdler in action, crowd in background. Faint pencil notations ‘4 prints on mat/4 prints on glass’ and ‘.75 x .87’ at bottom. Very fine, unlisted, rare, but PF declines ‘opinion with respect to origin or purpose.’ (2013 PF Cert #515685) 1668

Estimate

136

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Estimate

1673

1675 1677X

1674

1678

1679X 1676

1680X 1681

1682

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Estimate

– PROOFS – 1675

P (1P1b) 1847 FRANKLIN 5¢ RED BROWN, LARGE DIE PROOF ON COLORED BOND W/ CROSS-HATCHING ................................................... PH

P (1P1c) 1847 FRANKLIN 5¢ RED BROWN, DIE PROOF ON LAID PAPER ................................... PH

P (63P4//78P4) 1861 ISSUE 1¢-90¢ PROOFS ON CARD ......................................................................... PH

1680

$650

P (112P1//122P1) 1869 PICTORIAL 1¢-90¢, HYBRID DIE PROOFS .............................................................. PH $1500

Group of 9 hybrid large die proofs: Scott #112-17, 119-20 and 122, proofs on India, all with large margins, affixed to 7" x 9" card, printed gold frame in center about die sinkage size. The 90¢ with 2 tone spots below ‘sinkage,’ otherwise fresh very fine selection.

Die proof on laid paper with cross-hatching. Fresh, very fine and attractive. Cat $1000. 1677

P (1P3-2P3 var) 1847 FIRST ISSUES OVERPRINTED ‘SPECIMEN’ ............................................................... PH $1500

Plate proofs on India for 5¢ Franklin red brown & 10¢ Washington black, overprinted diagonally ‘SPECIMEN.’ in black and red respectively. Some light stains on paper, 5¢ repaired tear. Fine. Cat $750. 1678

P (2P3 var) 1847 WASHINGTON 10¢ BLACK, INDIA ON CARD, ‘SPECIMEN’ OVERPRINT ...................... PH

$450

Plate proof on India on card, overprinted ‘SPECIMEN’ diagonally in red. Very fine. See footnote in Scott following #2P3. Brazer backstamp and penciled ’87L.’ Cat $450.

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$650

Attractive set of 9 plate proofs on card: 1¢ 63P4, 3¢ 65P4, 5¢ 76P4, 10¢ 68P4, 12¢ 69P4, 24¢ 70P4 & 78P4, 30¢ 71P4 and 90¢ 72P4. Several with foxing/paper adherences on backs only. Rich colors, very fine. Cat $915.

$850

Handsome die proof, on light brown bond paper, extremely fine and choice. Cat $1250. 1676

Estimate

1679

1681

P (219P5) 1890 FRANKLIN SMALL BANKNOTE 1¢ DULL BLUE, IMPERF PAIR ................................. PH

$250

A MINT never hinged imperf horizontal pair, plate proof on stamp paper. Extremely, very fine. (1990 PF Cert for original block) Cat $190 for hinged. 1682

P (225P5) 1890 SHERMAN 8¢ LILAC, PLATE PROOF .................................................................................... PH

$300

Scarce plate proof on gummed stamp paper, imperforate. Fresh, MINT never hinged, margins large to clear, fine to very fine. Scott $1000 for hinged pair.

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1683

Estimate

1684

Estimate

1685

1687

1688X

1689

1686

1690

1691

1692

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1694X Estimate

Estimate

– TRIAL COLORS –

USA Essays, Proofs & Trial Colors, cont. 1683

P (258P5) 1894 WEBSTER 10¢ DARK GREEN PLATE PROOF, BLOCK ............................................ PH

$500

Plate proof block of 4 on gummed stamp paper. Original gum, hinge remnants, vertical and horizontal gum wrinkle, very fine appearance. Formerly listed as 258P4a. (2004 PSE Cert #00129297). Cat $1100. 1684

P (258P5) 1894 WEBSTER 10¢ DARK GREEN, PROOF BLOCK ......................................................... PH

$750

Imperforate block of 4 on stamp paper. Pretty color. Full original gum, top pair previously hinged, bottom pair very lightly hinged. Extremely fine. Formerly listed as 258P4a. Cat $1100. 1685

P (258P5) 1894 WEBSTER 10¢ DARK GREEN, IMPERF PAIR ............................................................. PH

$200

Imperforate pair on stamp paper, large margins, fresh color, very fine appearance, disturbed OG, left small light crease and small thin. Cat $500. 1686

P (417P1) 1914 FRANKLIN 12¢ CLARET BROWN, DIE PROOF ................................................................ PH $2000

On India paper, handstamped and penciled numbers in selvage below die sinkage. Makes for great showpiece. Fresh, extremely fine. Ex-Southgate. Cat $1400. 1687

P (2718aP) 1992 CHRISTMAS TOYS 29¢ PROOF, IMPERF PAIR ............................................................. PH

$100

Horizontal imperforate pair of Scott #2716 Car and #2718 Boat, cut from proof sheet. MINT never hinged, trimmed at top, just fine. 1688

P (J22P2-J28P2) LARGE NUMERALS 1¢-50¢, SMALL DIE PROOF SET .......................................... PH

$450

Complete set of 7 small die proofs on white wove paper. The 10¢ (cv $125) small erosion hole at outer edge of selvage, otherwise very fine set. Cat $875.

Trial color proof in lake on gummed stamp paper, perf 12. Full original gum, previously hinged, rich color, strong perfs, fine. Cat $2000. 1690 TC (73TC var) 1863 JACKSON 2¢ GRAY BLACK TRIAL COLOR PROOF PAIR, W/ GEOMETRIC CANCEL ..................................................................... PH $1500

Vertical pair on India paper, each stamp with geometric cancel, probably applied in Washington, DC. This cancel is known to exist on chalky blue and olive green colors as well as gray black. Margins ample to wide, and paper has few usual small flaws endemic to India paper. Rare piece, especially in this nice condition. Very fine. Makes for a great showpiece! 1691 TC (74TC6) 1861 WASHINGTON 3¢ SCARLET ............ PH $4000

Previously listed as Scott #74. Rich, vibrant color. Large part original gum, missing gum from hinge removal. Genuine, fine. (1964 PF Cert #18739). Cat $7000. 1692 TC (286TC4d) 1898 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI 2¢, BROWN TRIAL COLOR PROOF ............................................. PH $2500

A very RARE plate proof on card in brown of the original Farming in the West design. Undervalued in Scott, as only 3 copies known. Sharp color and impression. Fresh, extremely fine. Cat $2500. 1693 TC (OX1TC6a) 1877 POST OBITUM (-) GREEN, BLOCK ........................................................................................

138

$3500

Plate trial color proof block of 4 on gummed perforated bond paper. In green, weak print along bottom margin, light stain, original gum, some parts disturbed, fine. Listed but not valued in Scott.

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1689 TC (66TC6) 1861 WASHINGTON 3¢ LAKE .................... PH $1250

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Estimate

1695 1696

1701

1698

1702

1703

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

S (300S-313S) 1902-03 ISSUE 1¢-$5, SPECIMEN SET .................................................................................... PH $2000

A scarce complete set of 14, all with small Specimen overprint. Exceptional condition for these, all fresh and bright, full original gum, lightly hinged (a few NH), fine to very fine centering 8¢ & 13¢ natural straight edge. Cat $2950.

USA DEEP BACK OF BOOK

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA 1698



(2b) 1861 JEFFERSON 10¢ DARK BLUE (JUMBO) .................................................................................... PH $1250

Dark blue shade on Patterson printing. Four large JUMBO margins, they don’t come any bigger! A Sept 30, 1862, Richmond, VA cds. Extremely fine, with some light toning. (2011 PF Cert #496950). Cat $300. 1699



(3) 1862 JACKSON 2¢ GREEN ................................. PH

$300

Attractive example of this difficult stamp, fresh color, margins all around, large part original gum, tiny sealed tear bottom left, otherwise very fine. Cat $950.

1695 () (LO6) 1875 EAGLE REPRINT 1¢ BLUE ................... PH

$125

1700



– EPHEMERA –

1701



1702



(6) 1862 DAVIS 5¢ BLUE, LARGE MULTIPLE ......... PH

$600

(11) 1864 DAVIS 10¢ GREENISH BLUE, BLOCK .... PH

$250

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine block of 4. Cat $120 for hinged.

– SOUVENIR CARD – (SC2) 1960 BARCELONA CONGRESS SOUVENIR CARD .......................... View photo online

$750

Large block of 10x8, margins clear to in, original gum, sticker adheres to two stamps, natural gum creases as often seen, otherwise fine to very fine.

POSTAGE STAMP ENVELOPE BY J. LEACH ......... PH $1500

Small envelope (70x34mm) sold by stationer J. Leach of 86 Nassau St., meant to hold 15 postage stamps. Red in color, no printing on back. Rarely seen, very fine.

(5) 1862 JEFFERSON 10¢ ROSE (JUMBO) ............. PH

Exceptional stamp, big JUMBO copy, with fresh color. Light Richmond town cancel, extremely fine and attractive. (2012 PF Cert #504991 for cover from which it was taken). Cat $500.

Rich color, fresh, unused, no gum as issued, extremely fine. Cat $175 for no gum.

1697

1705 Estimate

– CARRIER –

1696

1704

1700

Estimate

– SPECIMEN – 1694

1699

1703/(13) 1863 WASHINGTON 20¢ GREEN, BLOCK ....... PH

$125

Block of 4. MINT never hinged, light gum disturbance on two stamps. Sound, fine to very fine. Cat $200.

$125

Official souvenir card produced by the United States Post Office Department for the First International Philatelic Congress in Madrid, March 26 to April 5, 1960. Design shows Columbus scene as used on 1869 15¢ & Columbian 2¢ stamps. Bonus: SC4 from 1968 Mexico City show EFIMEX. Both cards in Spanish. Very fine. Cat $252.

USA POSSESSIONS – CANAL ZONE – 1704



(6) 1904 LINCOLN 5¢ BLUE ...................................... PH

$115

Attractive used example, lightly canceled, fresh color and impression, extremely fine. Cat $65. 1705



(10b) 1904 MAP 2c ROSE, SIDEWAYS ‘L’ IN OVERPRINT .......................................................... PH $2000

A SCARCE error, sideways ‘L’ in overprint. Fresh and bright, original gum, lightly hinged. Tiny perf stain & thin, extremely fine appearance. (1969 PF Cert #30315). Cat $2500.

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Estimate

1707

1710 1706

1709

1711

1712

Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1713





1711





1712



(53c) 1918 CORDOBA 2c VERMILION & BLACK, BOOKLET PANE ....................................................... PH

$500

1713



(4) 1873 COAT OF ARMS 4c DULL BLUE ............... PH

(5) 1899 GRANT 5¢ BLUE (BOTTOM PLATE) ......... PH

(10 var) 1899 WEBSTER 15¢ OLIVE GREEN, PAIR, SPECIAL PRINTING .................................................. PH $3500

(M2) 1930 MCKINLEY 4¢ CARMINE GUARD MAIL, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

$150

1710



1714



(223) 1901 RED OVERPRINT ON PERRY $1 BLACK TYPE I .......................................................... PH

$150

Fresh, rich color, original gum, lightly hinged, reperforated at bottom, extremely fine appearance. Cat $300.

(3 var) 1899 JACKSON 3¢ PURPLE, PAIR, SPECIAL PRINTING .................................................. PH $3000

Attractive and RARE Special Printing pair, sheet margin at top with Bartels’ note. Stamps fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (1974 PF Cert #43915 & 2009 PF Cert #475552). Cat $2000 for hinged.

$350

– PHILIPPINES –

Light black cancel, sound, some rough perfs, fine. Cat $475.

– GUAM –

$900

Large top right corner margin block of 4, bright and fresh. Stamps MINT never hinged with usual tropicalization, natural paper wrinkle lower right stamp, catalog value for singles. Fine multiple. Cat $1300.

– DANISH WEST INDIES – 

1717

A top margin pair of the RARE Special Printing. Pristine top margin pair, Post Office fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Makes for a great showpiece. Scott catalog for hinged, need to add NH premium. (1974 PF Cert #43921 & 2009 PF Cert #475558) Cat $2000 for hinged.

(22g) 1907 BALBOA 1c GREEN & BLACK, INVERTED CENTER & OVPT READING UP ........... PH $3750

Complete pane of 6, large margins. Lightly oxidized, very fine. Original gum, previously hinged. Ex-Cook. (2008 APS Cert #179577). Cat $1050.

1709

1716X

A scarce WIDE bottom plate and imprint block of 6 (plate #834). Second printing. Full, fresh original gum, lightly hinged. A true GEM! Extremely fine. (Durland $800) Cat $775.

Rare stamp, dramatic INVERT error. Fresh, original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine. Cat $3750. 1708

1715

Estimate

(20) 1906 SURCHARGED ‘8 cts.’ ON 50¢ BISTRE BROWN, FULL SHEET ............................... PH $2500

Complete sheet of 100, imprint at left and right. Wax paper adheres to back of sheet as often seen, pencil notes and typical small flaws, otherwise fine. Scarce sheet. Cat $3750. 1707

1714

Estimate

Canal Zone – USA Possessions, cont. 1706

1708

1715



(229) 1904 BLACK OVERPRINT ON GRANT 4¢ BROWN ................................................................. PH

$350

Choice stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (Copy of 2013 PF Cert #514534 for strip) Cat $175. 1716



(495-96) ‘VICTORY’ OVERPRINT 10c-20c ............... PH

$100

Set of 2 high values, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $165.

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Estimate

1719X

1718 Session I: Saturday, March 22, 2014

1717



1720 Estimate

(237 var) 1906 FARRAGUT $1 BLACK, RED OFFICIAL ‘OB’ OVERPRINT ...................................................... PH $2500

Handstamped official ‘OB’ overprint in red. Very RARE, very few copies exist (see note in Scott Catalog at beginning of the Philippines Officials section). Original gum, lightly hinged. Very fine for this tough issue. 1718



(O38) 1944 OFFICIAL 2c ROSE ‘VICTORY’ HANDSTAMP, LARGE MULTIPLE ............................ PH $7500

A spectacular RARE multiple of this scarce Victory issue. Makes for a great exhibition piece. Unused partial sheet of 36 (9x4) stamps with selvage at left and natural straight edge at bottom. The LARGEST KNOWN MULTIPLE. Partial original gum on interleaving, small piece added to one bottom stamp, paper clip mark on another, otherwise fine to very fine. Cat values as singles $13,500, no premium added for multiple. (2003 APS Cert #151597 for large block).

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– RYUKYU ISLANDS – 1719



(1a-4a,6a-7a) 1948 FIRST PRINTING 5s-¥1 ............. PH

$300

Set of 6 (missing 5a, 40s for completion). OG, previously hinged with normal rough perfs. Very fine. Cat $490. 1720



(15) 1951 PINE TREE ¥3 DARK GREEN, BLOCK ... PH

$100

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine block of 4. Cat $180. 1721



(5X6) 1948 YAEYAMA PROVISIONAL 30s PEACOCK BLUE ....................................................... PH

$750

Provisional issue with personal seal of postmaster handstamped in black. Fresh, MINT never hinged. Natural paper inclusion, extremely fine. Ex-Schoberlin. (Copy of 2002 RPSS Cert). Cat $1000.

– UNITED NATIONS – 1722



(38) 1955 UN CHARTER S/S (x3) .................................

$125

Three sheets, MINT never hinged, fresh, very fine. Cat $270.

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1723X

Estimate

1724

1725

Estimate

1727

1726X

1730

1728

1729

1734X 1731

1732

1733

1739 1737

1736X 1735

1740

1738

Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

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Estimate

GREAT BRITAIN 1723



(1) 1840 VICTORIA 1d BLACK (x3) .......................... PH

$250

1730



Small group of 3 Penny Blacks, all sharp impressions, with red Maltese Cross cancels: (1) four margins (close at left); (2) 3+ margins; and (3) on small piece, in at top, otherwise large margins. Cat $660. 1724

1725





(1) 1840 VICTORIA 1d BLACK ................................. PH

1726



$150 1731

(1b) 1840 VICTORIA 1d GRAY BLACK (WORN PLATE) ......................................................... PH

1732

(2) 1840 VICTORIA 2d BLUE, TWO PAIRS .............. PH

1727



(2) 1840 VICTORIA 2d BLUE .................................... PH



(2) 1840 VICTORIA 2d BLUE .................................... PH

1729



(5) 1847 EMBOSSED ISSUE 1sh GREEN ............... PH

(74) 1878 VICTORIA 10sh SLATE ............................ PH

1733



(74) 1878 VICTORIA 10sh SLATE ............................ PH

142

$500

$400

Soiled, creases, still useful used example. (SG #128 £3200= US$5296) Cat $3250. 1734



(94-95) 1883 SURCHARGES 3d & 6d ...................... PH

$200

Set of 2, fresh and bright, nice town cancels, very fine and attractive. (SG #159, 162 £290=US$480) Cat $300. 1735



(96) 1883 VICTORIA 2sh6d LILAC ........................... PH

$250

Bright color, original gum, hinge remnant, trivial perf thin at top, fine to very fine. (SG #178 £600=US$993) Cat $625. 1736



(98-107) 1883-84 VICTORIA ½d-1sh ........................ PH

$750

Complete set of 10. Fresh colors, attractive cancels, 4d small crease at top, otherwise sound, fine set. (SG £1649=US$2729) Cat $1682. 1737



(109) 1884 VICTORIA 10sh ULTRA .......................... PH

$250

Postally used with partial Threadneedle St. postmark. Sound, fine to very fine. (SG #183 £525=US$869) Cat $550.

$300 1738



(109) 1884 VICTORIA 10sh ULTRA .......................... PH

$150

Lightly soiled, light diagonal crease, otherwise very fine. (SG #183 £525=US$869) Cat $550.

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$150

Used with faults (soiling & creases), fine appearance. (SG #128 £3200=US$5296) Cat $3250.

$150

Postally used with black & red cancels. Three clear margins, just in at bottom as typical, strong silk threads, fine. (SG £1000=US$1655) Cat $900.

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$500

Three good margins, touching at bottom. Black Maltese Cross cancel, thin at upper left corner. Fine. Cat $700.

(57) 1867 VICTORIA 5sh ROSE ................................ PH

Useful used example, creases and other small faults, very fine appearance. (SG #126 £650=US$1075) Cat $600.

$850

Pretty stamp, rich color, large margins all around,light black cancel, extremely fine. (SG #5 £875=US$1448) Cat $700. 1728



$250

A ‘reconstructed block’, horizontal pairs EE-EF and FE-FF, each tied to small fragment with two strikes of red Maltese Cross cancels. Both pairs with rich color and impression, top pair margins large to clear, bottom pair margins large to just touching at top. Attractive and scarce pairs. Scott CV for pairs, Gibbons CV for singles. (SG #5 £3400=US$5627) Cat $3500.

$500

Exceptionally vivid color, full original gum, previously hinged. Tiny tear lower right, complete perforations, fine to very fine. Genuine, signed Sismondo. Ex-Cook. (2006 Sismondo Cert). (SG #81 £2200=US$3641) Cat $2150.

Rich color and impression, light red Maltese Cross cancel, margins huge, showing part of adjacent stamp at left, to in, at right, fine. Cat $390. Attractive example, huge to large margins, light red Maltese Cross cancel, extremely fine and choice. Cat $430.

(34c) 1863 VICTORIA 4d BRIGHT RED, HAIR LINES (PLATE 4) ................................................................... PH

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1741X

Estimate

1742X

Estimate

1743

1744X

1745

1746 1748X 1747

1749X

1750X

Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

1739



1751X

Estimate

(110) 1884 VICTORIA £1 BROWN VIOLET .............. PH $1200

Estimate

1748



Watermarked three crowns, well centered, two strikes of College Green, Dublin, cds, with red and blue crayon strokes, very fine. (1989 Raybaudi Cert) (SG #185 £2800=US$4634) Cat $3000. 1740



(110) 1884 VICTORIA £1 BROWN VIOLET .............. PH

1741/(111-22, 125-26) 1887-92 VICTORIA ½d-1sh ........... PH

$600

$500

Complete set of 14. Original gum, nearly all MINT never hinged, the 1sh green & few others previously hinged. The 5d light crease, 9d tiny surface blemish, otherwise fresh, fine to very fine set. (SG #197/214 for hinged £650=US$1075) Cat $722 for hinged. 

(129-37) 1902-11 EDWARD VII 1½d-10d .................. PH

1749





(142) 1902 EDWARD VII £1 BLUE GREEN .............. PH

1750



$300

1744



(159-72) 1912-13 GEORGE V ½d-1sh ...................... PH



(175b) 1913 SEAHORSES 10sh BLUE, DE LA RUE PRINT ......................................................................... PH





$125

$500



$200

(20-26) 1903-05 EDWARD VII 5c-2pe ....................... PH

$100

BRITISH STAMPS

(176) 1913 SEAHORSES £1 GREEN ........................ PH $1000

Fresh color, well centered, very fine used example. (SG #403 £1250=US$2069) Cat $1550. 1747

(J34-38) 1951-52 NUMERALS ½d-1sh, BLOCKS .................................................................................... PH

Complete set of 7. OG, hinge remnants, 50c gum wrinkle crease, fine; 2p regummed, very fine; others sound, fine to very fine. Ex-Cook. (SG #17-23 £225=US$372) Cat $255.

Very fine used example. (SG #412 £800=US$1324) Cat $825. 1746

$150

OFFICES IN MOROCCO 1751

Complete set of 14. Fresh, original gum, previously hinged, fine to very fine. (SG £250=US$413) Cat $219. 1745

(399p-400p) 1963 RED CROSS 1sh3d-1sh6d, PHOSPHORESCENT BLOCKS ................................ PH

Complete set of 5 blocks of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (SG #D35-39 £375=US$620) Cat $358.

$250

Multiple strikes 1906 Registered postmarks. Fine. (SG #266 £800=US$1324) Cat $825.

$200

Two top right corner margin blocks of 4, phosphorescent tagging, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (SG #643p-44p £280=US$463) Cat $232.

Set of 9. Fresh and bright very fine and attractive. Original gum, hinge remnants. Cat $539. 1743

(317cp//417p) 1957-64 PHOSPHOR & GRAPHITE LINES SETS .............................................................. PH

Nice selection, includes (by Scott): #317cp-19dp & 356cp-60ap QEII issues with both graphite lines & phosphorescent tagging; #353c-60a QEII graphite lines, the 1½d green from booklet with perfs all around (scarce as such); and commemorative sets #395p-97p, 398p-400p, 410p-13p, 414p-17p. Everything fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $358.

Light oily stains from postmark, vertical creases, fine appearance. (SG #185 £2800=US$4634) Cat $3000.

1742

1752

(183) 1922 GEORGE V 9d OLIVE GREEN ............... PH

$150

– ANTIGUA – 1752 () (1) 1861 VICTORIA 6d GREEN, PAIR ....................... PH

Handsome lower left corner margin single. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (SG #393a for hinged £110=US$182) Cat $250.

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$300

Fresh color, unused, no gum, faint crease left stamp, otherwise fine pair. (SG #1 £1600=US$2648) Cat $950 for hinged.

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1753

Estimate

1755

1756

1757X

1758

1754

1759

1760X

1762

1763X

1764X

1761X Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

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Estimate

– AUSTRALIA –

Antigua – British Stamps, cont. 1753



(10 var) 1879 VICTORIA 4d BLUE, DETACHED TRIANGLE ................................................................. PH

$200

Detached triangle was discovered by Edward K. Thompson in the 1970s in one position (row 3 #3) on right plate with #2 in selvage. Not thought to exist on any stamps printed on plate #1. This stamp has wmk Crown CC & has break by upper left triangle. Not listed by SG, but wmk Crown CA is listed at £750 used only. Fine to very fine. (SG #20 var est £400=US$662)

1760



1761



(76) 1894 VICTORIA 10sh ROSE & VIOLET OVERPRINT IN BLUE ............................................... PH



(82a var) 1899 KANGAROO 1sh MAROON, CHALKY PAPER, IMPERF PAIR .............................. PH

1762



(77) 1882 VICTORIA 10sh BROWN .......................... PH

1763/ (1-10) 1933 GEORGE V & CROCODILE ½d-10sh .................................................................................... PH

1757



$125

– BERMUDA – 1764

(76-85) 1892-1899 VICTORIA ½d-£1 ........................ PH



1765



WESTERN AUSTRALIA 1758



(4 var) 1859 SWAN 4d GRAY BLACK ...................... PH

$250

Postally used with ‘8’ in circular grid. Gray black shade not listed in Scott. Imperf, with good margins, genuine, fine to very fine. (1989 RPS Cert #150420) (SG #19 £550=US$910) 1759



(54) 1883 SWAN 1d OCHER YELLOW, PERF 12x14 ............................................................... PH

$125

Fresh color, lightly canceled, diagonal natural pre-printing paper crease, fine. Nice stamp. (SG #81 £170=US$281) Cat $300.

144

$100

(126a var) 1942 GEORGE VI 10sh BROWN LAKE & GREEN ON GREEN, BROKEN TOP RIGHT SCROLL .................................................................................... PH $1500

Fresh, MINT never hinged example. Well centered, extremely fine. Ex-Cook. (2007 Sismondo Cert) (SG #119bd £2500= US$4138) 1766



(128, 128a) 1938-51 GEORGE VI £1 SHADES (x2) .................................................................................... PH

$300

Two very fine stamps: Scott #128 black & violet on red (perf 13), and #128a black & purple on red (perf 14). MINT never hinged, #128a tropical gum as normal. Cat $352 for hinged.

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(71-79) 1921 GEORGE V ¼d-1sh ............................. PH

Complete set of 9. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. (SG #68-76 for hinged £95=US$157) Cat $106 for hinged.

$350

Complete set of 10. Fresh colors, attractive cancels, fine to very fine set. (SG #216-25 £750=US$1241) Cat $696.

$200

Complete set of 10. Fresh, fine to very fine. Original gum, previously hinged, a number of lower values never hinged. (SG #1-10 for hinged £250=US$413) Cat $317 for hinged.

Fresh color, original gum, hinge remnant, perf faults, otherwise fine. Cat $425. TA S M A N I A

$350

– BASUTOLAND –

QUEENSLAND 

(25) 1882 VICTORIA 4d ROSE .................................. PH

Pretty stamp, fresh and bright. Original gum, hinge remnant, fine to very fine. Ex-Cook. (SG #41 £550=US$910) Cat $700.

$350

Horizontal imperforate pair, chalk surfaced paper. Fresh, very fine, original gum, hinge remnant. Ex-Cook. (SG #312a £650= US$1075) 1756

$300

– BAHAMAS – $125

OG, previously hinged, light horizontal crease, fine. Cat $450. 1755

(159//187) 1936-40 THREE DIFFERENT SETS IN BLOCKS .................................................................... PH

Three different sets in blocks of 4, includes: #159-61 South Australia Centenary, #163-65 NSW 150th Anniversary, and #184-87 WWII. All fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $522.

N E W S O U T H WA L E S 

$120

Complete set of 3, fresh colors, attractive cancels, 5sh two tiny tears at bottom, otherwise fine to very fine set. (SG #141-43 £213=US$352) Cat $365.

– AUSTRALIAN STATES – 1754

(130-32) 1932 SYDNEY BRIDGE 2d-5sh ................. PH

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Estimate

Estimate

1768 1765

1769

1770

1766X

1771X

1767

1773

1774

1772

1775

1776

1777

1778

Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

1767



1779

Estimate

(128 var) 1951 BLACK & VIOLET ON RED, DAMAGED VALUE TABLET ..................................... PH $2500

Very scarce plate flaw, so-called ‘White Island’ flaw from position 11. Top sheet margin single, MINT never hinged (lightly hinged in selvage), tiny, faint pencil notation to gum. Vignette lightly printed, very fine and attractive. Ex-Cook. (1995 RPS Cert #165858) (SG #121da £4500=US$7448)

Estimate

– CAMEROUN – 1773



$125

– BRITISH HONDURAS –



(12) 1877 VICTORIA 1sh GREEN ............................. PH



$150

Fresh and bright, unused (regummed), hinge remnant. Very fine and attractive. Ex-Cook. (SG #15 £475=US$786) Cat $500. $125

Rich color, fresh, original gum, previously hinged. Tiny perf thin, otherwise very fine. (SG #16 £325=US$537) Cat $325.

(O15-27) 1939 SERVICE OVERPRINTS 3p-10r ....... PH

1776



1777



$350

Well centered, very fine. Part original gum, hinge remnant. Stanley Gibbons backstamp. Ex-Cook. (SG #15 £700=US$1158) Cat $700.

$500

(2) 1851 PRINCE ALBERT 6d SLATE VIOLET ........ PH

$850

(2b) 1851 PRINCE ALBERT 6d GRAYISH PURPLE, WOVE PAPER ............................................................ PH

$500

Strong vertical laid lines, SOTN target cancel, mostly clear margins, just in at upper left, sound, fine. (UniTrade for F C$1250=US$1176) Cat $1750. 1778



(4) 1852 BEAVER 3d RED WOVE PAPER, PAIR ..... PH

$400

Vertical pair with large margins, part of adjacent stamp at right. Double strike Montreal ‘21’ target cancels. Extremely fine. (UniTrade C$600=US$564) Cat $450.

– BUSHIRE – 1772 () (N15) 1915 OVERPRINTED 1c CARMINE & INDIGO .................................................................................... PH

(1 var) 1851 BEAVER 3d RED LAID PAPER, MAJOR RE-ENTRY ................................................... PH

Postally used with SOTN black target cancel, four margins, very fine. (UniTrade C$2500=US$2353) Cat $1750.

$200

Complete set of 13. Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. (SG #O15-27 £225=US$372) Cat $309.

$300

Target cancel, horizontally laid paper, major re-entry (position 47). Three margins, just in at lower right. Some oxidation, fine. (UniTrade #1iii for F C$1500=US$1412)

– BURMA – 

(1) 1851 BEAVER 3d RED LAID PAPER .................. PH

Four large margins, black cancel, strong horizontal laid lines, small corner crease upper left, otherwise very fine appearing. (UniTrade for F C$800=US$753) Cat $1000. 1775

1769 () (11) 1878 VICTORIA 6d ROSE .................................. PH

1771

$500

– CANADA – 1774

Fresh, bright color, very fine. Unused (regummed), hinge remnant. Ex-Cook. (SG #144 £375=US$620) Cat $390.



(64a) 1915 KAISER’S YACHT 3sh ON 3m BLACK VIOLET, INVERTED ‘s’ IN SURCHARGE ................. PH

Fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. Toned perf tip. Scarce variety, maximum of 100 examples possible. Signed Champion (Paris), Boethe BPP, and Bloch. (2011 Sismondo Cert; 1978 BPA Cert). (SG #B12a £950=US$1572) Cat $1000.

– BRITISH GUIANA – 1768 () (85) 1878 SEAL OF COLONY 1¢ ON 4¢ ULTRA SURCHARGE ............................................................ PH

1770

1780

1779



(4c) 1857 BEAVER 3d RED, RIBBED PAPER .......... PH

$300

Variety with thin, horizontally ribbed machine-made paper. Montreal ‘21’ target cancel, four margins, some large, very fine. (UniTrade for VF C$750=US$706) Cat $550. 1780



(5) 1855 PRINCE ALBERT 6d SLATE GRAY WOVE PAPER ............................................................ PH

$350

Target cancel, wove paper, three large margins, close to just in at left, fine. (UniTrade for VG C$500=US$470) Cat $1500. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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Estimate

1782

1783

1784

1785

1786

1781 1787

1792

1793

1794

Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

1795





(5b) 1855 PRINCE ALBERT 6d GREENISH GRAY WOVE PAPER ............................................................ PH



1785





1790



(7) 1855 CARTIER 10d BLUE ................................... PH



1791



$500

1787



Rich color, light black cancel, four margins, close at bottom. Light diagonal bend upper right corner, fine appearing. (UniTrade for F C$2250=US$2118) Cat $3500.

1792

(10) 1857 PRINCE ALBERT 6d REDDISH PURPLE .................................................................................... PH $1500

1793





(22a) 1868 LARGE QUEEN 1¢ BROWN RED, WMK .................................................................................... PH

$100

(24a) 1868 LARGE QUEEN 2¢ GREEN, WMK ......... PH

$150

(25a) 1868 LARGE QUEEN 3¢ RED, WMK .............. PH

$200

Light black cancel, full ‘H’ and partial ‘T’ and ‘W’ of ‘BOTHWELL’ in watermark. Sound, fine to very fine. (UniTrade for VF C$500=US$470) Cat $475. 1794

P (26P) 1868 LARGE QUEEN 5¢ OLIVE GREEN, PROOF ....................................................................... PH

$400

Plate proof on card in issued color. Minuse & Pratt #26P4. Hinge remnant on back, otherwise very fine. (UniTrade C$750=US$706) 1795



(28a) 1868 LARGE QUEEN 12½¢ BLUE, WMK ....... PH

$100

Black grid cancel, partial ‘ILL’ from ‘MILLS’ in watermark. One pulled perf, just fine. (UniTrade for VG C$150=US$141) Cat $425. 1796



(13) 1859 PRINCE ALBERT 6d BROWN VIOLET .... PH $2500

Postally used, indistinct black cancel, all perfs intact, light horizontal crease, otherwise fine to very fine. (2001 CPES Cert) (UniTrade for F C$5000=US$4707) Cat $7500.

$600

Black grid cancel, partial ‘L’ in watermark, fine. (UniTrade for F C$250=US$235) Cat $425.

$500

Nice strike four-ring ‘27’ target cancel (Ottawa), just fine centering. (UniTrade for F C$1000=US$941) Cat $1900. 1788



(10) 1857 PRINCE ALBERT 6d REDDISH PURPLE, THICK PAPER ........................................................... PH $1000

(11) 1858 VICTORIA ½d ROSE ................................. PH

(17e var) 1859 PRINCE ALBERT 10¢ DEEP RED PURPLE, STITCH WMK ................................... PH

October, 1868, Ottawa postmark. Part of ‘M’ in ‘MILLS’ shows in watermark. Corner crease lower right, fine. (UniTrade for F C$300=US$282) Cat $500.

(9) 1857 VICTORIA 7½d GREEN .............................. PH $1000

Thick soft wove paper, black target cancel, large, shallow thin at left. Margins decent to clear, very fine appearing. (UniTrade for VG C$1500=US$1412) Cat $6500.

$750

Postally used example with horizontal stitch watermark. Light cancel, fine with some rough perfs at 11¾, from second printing. UniTrade value for cheapest shade. (2002 Saskatoon Stamp Centre LOA) (UniTrade #17e viii C$950=US$894)

(5d) 1857 PRINCE ALBERT 6d GRAY VIOLET, THICK PAPER ........................................................... PH $1250

Light target cancel, scarce issue on very thick soft paper, margin a bit rough at top, other margins ample to large, small scuff at left margin, fine. (UniTrade for VG C$1500=US$1412) Cat $6500. 1786

1798

Scarce variety with ‘double epaulette’ variety (position 61). Unused, no gum. Brown shade, perf 12, sound, fine. (1990 APS Cert #72344) (UniTrade #17bv for F C$2200=US$2071)

Light black cancel, four margins but bottom margin roughly cut, small nick at right margin. Fine. Cat $1750. 1784

1797

1791

Estimate

$750

Variety with thick, hard paper. Quebec ‘37’ target cancel, four margins, large natural paper fiber on face, fine to very fine. (UniTrade for VF C$4000=US$3766) Cat $3000. 1783

1796

1790

1789 () (17b var) 1859 PRINCE ALBERT 10¢ BROWN, DOUBLE EPAULETTE .............................................. PH

Four margin example with bold socked-on-the-nose target cancel. Stamp added to 1853 folded letter sheet with Montreal cds. Stamp appears very fine. (UniTrade C$2000=US$1883) Cat $1500. 1782

1789

Estimate

Canada – British Stamps, cont. 1781

1788

(29a) 1874 LARGE QUEEN 15¢ GRAYISH PURPLE, PERF 11½x12 ............................................................ PH

$125

Perforation and shade variety, black cork cancel, sound, fine. (UniTrade for F C$200=US$188) Cat $425. 1797



(29c) 1868 LARGE QUEEN 15¢ GRAY VIOLET, WMK .................................................................................... PH

$250

Full letter ‘A’ and partial ‘H’ of ‘CLUTHA’ in watermark. Corner crease lower left, fine. (UniTrade for F C$750=US$706) Cat $1250. (800) 782-0066 • www.RegencySuperior.com

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1799

Estimate

1800

1801

Estimate

1802

1803X

1807

1808

1804

1805

1809

1806

1810

1811

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1812

Estimate

1798 TC (29TC) 1867 LARGE QUEEN 15¢ PLUM, TRIAL COLOR PROOF ............................................. PH

$500

Estimate

1805 () (40 var) 1877 SMALL QUEEN 10¢ DULL ROSE LILAC, MAJOR RE-ENTRY ................................................... PH

Trial color plate proof on card, in plum shade. Minuse & Pratt #29TC4a. Very fine. (UniTrade C$1000=US$941) 1799



(30a) 1873 LARGE QUEEN 15¢ GREENISH GRAY, PERF 11½x12 ............................................................ PH

$125



1806

1801



(33) 1868 VICTORIA 3¢ BRIGHT RED LAID PAPER .................................................................................... PH

$400

Scarce horizontally laid paper variety. Sound, just fine. Purchased by owner in 1947 for $15. (UniTrade for F C$1000= US$941) Cat $2250. 1802



(35d) 1873 SMALL QUEEN 1¢ ORANGE, PAIR, PERF 11½x12 ............................................................ PH

$400

Horizontal pair with scarcer Montreal printing perforated 11½x12. Both signed in pencil Sismondo. Fresh OG, previously hinged, fine. (2001 Sismondo Cert) (UniTrade for F C$400= US$376) Cat $1000. 1803



E (36E) 1867 VICTORIA 2¢ ESSAYS (x2) .................... PH

$200

1807 () (41b) 1886 SMALL QUEEN 3¢ ORANGE VERMILION, IMPERF PAIR ............................................................. PH



(40a var) 1880 SMALL QUEEN 10¢ MAGENTA, MAJOR RE-ENTRY ................................................... PH

1808



$400

(43b) 1895 SMALL QUEEN 6¢ RED BROWN, IMPERF PAIR ............................................................. PH

$400

Right margin horizontal imperf pair. OG, previously hinged, tiny part imprint in selvage, very fine. (UniTrade C$750= US$706) Cat $700. 1809



(43b) 1895 SMALL QUEEN 6¢ RED BROWN, IMPERF PAIR ............................................................. PH

$400

Horizontal imperforate pair. OG, previously hinged, very fine. (UniTrade C$750=US$706) Cat $700. 1810



(46a) 1893 VICTORIA 20¢ VERMILION, IMPERF PAIR ............................................................. PH $1000

Horizontal imperf pair. OG, hinge remnant, rich color, very fine. (UniTrade C$1800=US$1694, SG #115a £1700=US$2813) Cat $1600. 1811



(52) 1897 JUBILEE 2¢ GREEN, BLOCK .................. PH

$150

Block of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. (UniTrade for F C$144=US$135) Cat $250.

$400

Postally used with major re-entry; top frame line doubled. Montreal print, magenta shade, genuine, sound, very fine. (1997 CPES Cert) (UniTrade #40ii C$750=US$706)

$650

Unused horizontal imperf pair, no gum as issued. Bright color, small hinge remnant, extremely fine. Cat $550 for no gum.

Engraved essays on India, one dark orange, one green. Produced by the Canada Bank Note Engraving & Printing Co. for the new Dominion. Minuse & Pratt #36E-A. Very fine & attractive. 1804

(41) 1888 SMALL QUEEN 3¢ VERMILION, MISPERF BLOCK ...................................................... PH

Striking top margin misperf block of 4 with top 2 stamps missing denomination and bottom of design; bottom 2 with denomination at top. Very scarce early EFO. Original gum, previously hinged. Catalog as normal $280.

(31) 1868 LARGE QUEEN 1¢ BROWN RED LAID PAPER .............................................................. PH $3000

Scarce horizontally laid paper variety. Black grid cancels, sound, fine. (UniTrade for F C$5000=US$4707) Cat $8000.

$300

Unused (regummed), hinge remnant. Re-entry of top frameline. Good color & very fine centering. (UniTrade #40ii C$2000= US$1883) Cat $1750 for hinged.

Variety with greenish gray shade and perf 11½x12. Couple blunted perfs lower left, good margins, fine. (UniTrade for VF C$500=US$470) Cat $425. 1800

1813

1812



(54) 1897 JUBILEE 5¢ DEEP BLUE .......................... PH

$125

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (Copy of 2002 PF Cert #390591 for block). (UniTrade for VF C$300=US$282) Cat $160. 1813



(56) 1897 JUBILEE 8¢ DARK VIOLET (JUMBO) ..... PH

$300

Fresh, MINT never hinged. Huge Jumbo margins, extremely fine. (UniTrade for VF C$540=US$508) Cat $300. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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Estimate

1816

1814

1815 1817X

1819

1820

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1821



Estimate

1820

(57) 1897 JUBILEE 10¢ BROWN VIOLET ................ PH



$300



(59 var) 1897 JUBILEE 20¢ VERMILION, PAIR, ONE W/ RE-ENTRY ................................................... PH

$300

Vertical mint pair, top stamp with major re-entry (position 2). OG, lightly hinged. Re-entry shows most in ‘PO’ of ‘POSTAGE’ and extended framline at lower right corner. On Saskatoon Stamp Centre card with technical information. Scott cat for regular stamps. Very fine centering. (UniTrade #59iii C$1150= US$1082) Cat $550. 1816



(65) 1897 JUBILEE $5 OLIVE GREEN ..................... PH

1817



(66-71) 1897-98 LEAF ISSUE ½¢-6¢ ........................ PH

1821



1822



1823



$250

$200

Block of 9 with center stamp exhibiting large vertical slip at lower left margin. Center stamp plus six others MINT never hinged, two at top previously hinged. Scott CV for regular stamps, UniTrade doesn’t list but major re-entry valued at C$270. Fine to very fine. Cat $253. 1819/(71) 1897 LEAF ISSUE 6¢ BROWN, PLATE BLOCK .................................................................................... PH

(73a) 1897 LEAF ISSUE 10¢ BROWN VIOLET, IMPERF PAIR ............................................................. PH

$300

(83a) 1898 VICTORIA NUMERAL 10¢ DEEP BROWN VIOLET, IMPERF PAIR .................... PH

$750

Wide upper right corner margin horizontal imperf pair. OG, previously hinged, sound, very fine. Only 100 pairs reported with gum. (UniTrade #83a C$1500=US$1412) Cat $1200. 1824 () (86a) 1898 CHRISTMAS 2¢ BLACK, DEEP BLUE & CARMINE, IMPERF PAIR .......................................... PH

$300

Top margin vertical imperf pair with deep blue shade. Without gum as produced, very fine. (UniTrade #86ii C$700=US$659) Cat $550. 1825



(92) 1903 EDWARD VII 7¢ OLIVE BISTER, BLOCK .................................................................................... PH

$300

Mint block of 4, somewhat disturbed gum. Fine to very fine. Cat $900.

$750

Top margin plate block of 8 (plate #1). Stamps all MINT never hinged, selvage previously hinged. UniTrade states plate blocks are scarce, valued as 50% more than total of singles (Scott CV for singles only). One spot perf separations top right selvage, otherwise fine. (UniTrade for F C$1800=US$1694) Cat $2600.

$300

Left margin horizontal imperf pair. Full OG, previously hinged, fine to very fine. (UniTrade #73i C$800=US$753) Cat $600.

Set of 6. Fresh, fine to very fine. Original gum, previously hinged. (UniTrade for VF C$720=US$677) Cat $438. 1818/(66 var) 1897 LEAF ISSUE ½¢ BLACK, BLOCK W/ ENGRAVER’S SLIP ............................................. PH

(73) 1898 LEAF ISSUE 10¢ BROWN VIOLET .......... PH

Rich color, fresh, very fine. Original gum, previously hinged. (UniTrade for VF C$750=US$706) Cat $550.

$150

Postally used with Montreal cds. Light diagonal crease, just fine. (UniTrade for F C$750=US$706) Cat $1000.

(73) 1898 LEAF ISSUE 10¢ BROWN VIOLET, PLATE BLOCK .......................................................... PH $2500

Wide top margin plate block of 8 (plate #1). Stamps all MINT never hinged, selvage with light disturbance. UniTrade states plate blocks are scarce, valued as 50% more than total of singles (Scott CV for singles only). One spot perf separations top center selvage, otherwise fine. (UniTrade for F C$7200=US$6779) Cat $11,200.

Choice upper left corner margin single, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine (2011 PSAG Cert #0560150). (UniTrade for VF C$600=US$564) Cat $300. 1815

1822

Estimate

Canada – British Stamps, cont. 1814

1818

1826



(94) 1904 EDWARD VII 20¢ OLIVE GREEN ............. PH

$650

Fresh, MINT never hinged. Fine to very fine. (UniTrade for F C$1400=US$1318) Cat $1750. 1827

S (94S) 1904 EDWARD VII 20¢ OLIVE GREEN, SPECIMEN ................................................................. PH

$300

Violet ‘SPECIMEN’ overprint. OG, previously hinged, fine to very fine. (UniTrade #94ii C$500=US$470)

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Estimate

1826

1825

1827

1824 1823

1828X

1829

1832

1833

1830

1834

1835

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1828





(96-103) 1908 QUEBEC TERCENTENARY ½¢-20¢ .................................................................................... PH



1833

(103 var) 1908 QUEBEC TERCENTENARY 20¢ YELLOW BROWN, MAJOR RE-ENTRY .................. PH

(107c) 1922 ADMIRAL 2¢ GREEN, BOOKLET PANE .................................................................................... PH



(107e) 1923 ADMIRAL 2¢ YELLOW GREEN, BLOCK, DRY PRINTING .......................................................... PH

E (108E) 1928 ADMIRAL 3¢ BLUE, ECKERLIN ESSAY .................................................................................... PH

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(113) 1912 ADMIRAL 7¢ YELLOW OCHER, BLOCK .................................................................................... PH

$150

(113 var) 1912 ADMIRAL 7¢ YELLOW OCHER, MAJOR RE-ENTRY ................................................... PH

$150

Postally used example with major re-entry at upper right, mostly visible in ‘GE’ of ‘POSTAGE’ and inner oval edge. From position 1L73. Pulled perf upper left, fine. (2009 CPES Cert) (UniTrade #113v for F C$500=US$470) 1835



(120) GEORGE V ADMIRAL 50¢ OLIVE GREEN, DRY PRINTING .......................................................... PH

$125

Fresh, MINT never hinged, well centered, very fine. (UniTrade C$360=US$338) Cat $200. 1836



(122) 1923 GEORGE V ADMIRAL $1 ORANGE (PSAG 95 JUMBO) .................................................... PH

$300

Choice stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine to superb JUMBO. (2013 PSAG Graded Cert #0564937, 95J NH) (UniTrade C$450=US$423) Cat $240.

$150 1837



(123) 1913 ADMIRAL COIL 1¢ GREEN, STRIP ....... PH

$500

MINT never hinged vertical coil strip of 4. Fresh, rich color, large margins, fine to very fine. (UniTrade C$1800=US$1694) Cat $1000.

$200

Top margin block of 4, imperf essay in blue, reverse printed, in larger format than the released Admiral issue. Printed on thin card without gum. Dr Eckerlin contacted ABN Co with information about a new process for security printing that was cheaper than steel engraved process. Company asked him to produce samples based on the 3¢ Admiral with some changes so counterfeiting laws were not broken. His rotary intaglio method is used today but did not gain immediate acceptance. From American Bank Note Company archives. Very fine. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

1837

Block of 4, fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. (UniTrade for F C$360=US$338) Cat $440.

$200

Bottom margin block of 6. Dry printing, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (UniTrade C$540=US$508) Cat $240. 1832



$200

Booklet pane of 6. Full OG, previously hinged, normal staple holes in tab at left. Very fine. (UniTrade C$420=US$395) Cat $350. 1831

1838X

Estimate

$400

Postally used, major re-entry, upper right corner strongly doubled. Faint internal wrinkle. Fine. Ex-Trimble. (UniTrade for F C$400=US$376) 1830

1836

Estimate

Complete set of 8. OG, lightly hinged (15¢ never hinged with light setoff). Low values very fine or better, 7¢-10¢ fine, high values fine to very fine. (UniTrade for F C$770=US$724) Cat $1290. 1829

1831

1838



(123-34) 1913-24 ADMIRAL COILS 1¢-3¢, COMPLETE SET ....................................................... PH

$300

Complete set of 12 singles. Fresh, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. (UniTrade for VF C$802=US$755) Cat $512.

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1839

Estimate

Estimate

1840X

1842 1841X

1843

1844X 1845X

1847

1846

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Estimate

1845

Canada – British Stamps, cont. 1839

(140b) 1926 SURCHARGED ADMIRAL 2¢ ON 3¢, TRIPLE SURCHARGE .............................................. PH





(149-59) 1928-29 SCROLL ISSUE 1¢-$1 .................. PH

$450

Complete set of 11. Fresh, very fine, original gum, previously hinged. (UniTrade C$1121=US$1055) Cat $750. 1841



1842



(158 var) 1929 BLUENOSE 50¢ DARK BLUE, ‘MAN ON MAST’ ........................................................ PH $1000

Stamp with ‘man on mast’ plate flaw (position 58). OG, previously hinged, light disturbance, very fine centering. (2009 CPES Cert) (UniTrade #158iii C$2500=US$2353) 1843



(158 var) 1929 BLUENOSE 50¢ DARK BLUE, ‘MAN ON MAST’ ........................................................ PH





(164a & var) 1930 ARCH/LEAF 2¢ DULL GREEN, FLAT & ROTARY BOOKLET PANES ....................... PH

(175) 1930 HARVESTING WHEAT 20¢ BROWN RED, PLATE BLOCK .......................................................... PH



(176) 1930 GRAND PRE MUSEUM 50¢ DULL BLUE .................................................................................... PH

150

$250

$250

Fresh, MINT never hinged GEM. Extremely fine. (UniTrade C$600=US$564) Cat $350. 1848



(177) 1930 MT. EDITH CAVELL $1 DARK OLIVE GREEN ....................................................................... PH

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (UniTrade C$600 =US$564) Cat $350. 1849



(201) 1932 CITADEL AT QUEBEC 13¢ DULL VIOLET, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine block of 4. High value of set. (UniTrade C$560=US$527) Cat $340. 1850



(209) 1934 LOYALISTS MONUMENT 10¢ OLIVE GREEN, PLATE BLOCK ............................... PH

$250

Upper left corner plate block of 6, plate no. 1. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (UniTrade C$640=US$602) Cat $455. 1851



(227) 1935 CHAMPLAIN MONUMENT $1 DEEP BLUE, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine block of 4. (UniTrade C$600=US$564) Cat $380.

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$150

Two booklet panes of 6 with tab at left. One is regular Flat press issue, other is scarcer rotary press printing with gum breaker ridges. Both full original gum, Rotary lightly hinged, very fine. (UniTrade #164a, 164ai C$245=US$230)

$200

A MINT never hinged upper left corner plate block of 4 (plate #1). Fresh, fine to very fine. (UniTrade C$700=US$659) Cat $500.

$750

Postally used example of ‘man on mast’ variety. Light Toronto cds, fine to very fine. (UniTrade #158iii C$1500=US$1412) 1844

1846

(149-50, 153 vars) 1928 ADMIRAL 1¢, 2¢ & 5¢ IMPERF TETE BECHE PAIRS .................................. PH $1000

Matching set of top margin IMPERF strips of 4 with vertical 17mm gutter between pairs, which are tete beche. The 2¢ has partial plate imprints in selvage. UniTrade values for tete beche pairs. MINT never hinged, very fine. (UniTrade #149cvii-53cvii C$2250=US$2118)

(169-70, 202, 204) 1930-33 ADMIRAL, UPU, STEAMSHIP, 4 PLATE BLOCKS .............................. PH

Four MINT never hinged plate blocks of 4: Admiral 5¢ dull violet rotary, lower left; Admiral 5¢ dull blue; 1933 5¢ UPU Ottawa meeting, upper left; 1933 5¢ Steamship Royal William, upper right. All no. 1. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $395.

$150

Three surcharges, slightly shifted so part of fourth ‘2’ shows at bottom. OG, previously hinged, very fine. (UniTrade C$300=US$282) Cat $250. 1840

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Estimate

1853

1851

1850

1852 1856

1854

1855

1859

1857

1858

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1860

Estimate

1852/(249 var) 1942 GEORGE VI 1¢ GREEN, MISPERF PLATE BLOCK .......................................................... PH

Estimate

1857



$400

Lower right corner plate block of 6 (plate #4) with two sections of diagonal perfs affecting two stamps and imprint. Major foldover error, scarcer yet on a plate block. Top right stamp hinge remnant, others MINT never hinged. Very fine. 1853



(302) 1951 FISHING $1 BRIGHT ULTRA, BLOCK .................................................................................... PH

$100

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine block of 4. (UniTrade C$240=US$225) Cat $180. 1854



(340 var) 1954 ELIZABETH II 4¢ VIOLET, BLOCK W/ PRINTING ERROR ............................................... PH

1855



(362 var) 1956 PAPER INDUSTRY 20¢ GREEN, PLATE BLOCK, FOLDOVER .................................... PH

Error stamp postally used, tied to piece by 6/10/71 Richmound, Sask. postmark. Stamp imperf on three side, full normal perforations at bottom margin. Clean cuts by scissors, genuine, very fine. One of three known used examples. (2006 Greene Cert) 1858



1859





(459bp var) 1969 TRANSPORTATION 6¢ ORANGE, HIBRITE PAPER ........................................................ PH

$400

(591a) 1973 PEARSON 6¢ DARK RED, PRINTED ON GUM SIDE .......................................... PH

$150

Bottom margin single printed on gum side. MINT never hinged, very fine. (1997 Saskatoon Stamp Centre LOA). (UniTrade C$250=US$235) Cat $180. 1860



$300

Upper left corner plate block of 4 (plate #1) with wide selvage. Diagonal foldover affects part of far left vertical perforations. Attractive error, MINT never hinged, very fine. 1856

(538 var) 1971 LEAF IN WINTER 7¢ MULTI, STRIP W/ DOUBLE PAPER .................................................. PH

Right margin horizontal strip of 5 with overlapping paper, affecting center three stamps. MINT never hinged, very fine. Few strips reported. (UniTrade #538i C$750=US$706)

$500

Lower right corner block of 4 with amazing printing error. Two bits of foreign matter, likely paper, cause two unprinted jagged lines across face. One is thick and zig-zag, showing folded areas, other is thinner diagonal line. Affects three stamps largely, fourth stamp barely. MINT never hinged. Dramatic and unique!

(535a var) 1971 LEAF IN SPRING 6¢ MULTI, IMPERF 3 SIDES ....................................................... PH $1000

(621 var) 1973 ROYAL VISIT 15¢ MULTI, UNTAGGED PLATE BLOCK ..................................... PH

$250

A MINT never hinged upper right corner plate block of 4, with tagging omitted. Very fine. (UniTrade #621 T1 C$400= US$376)

$200

Light postal cancel on variety with Winnipeg tagging, perf 12½x12 and on scarce Hibrite paper. Fine to very fine. (2000 Saskatoon Stamp Centre LOA) (UniTrade #459bpii C$350= US$329) St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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1862

1861

1863

1866

1867

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(693d) 1976 ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE 8¢, PAIR W/ DOUBLE IMPRESSION .............................. PH $2000

(747a var) 1977 SHIPS 12¢ MULTI, COLOR SHIFTS .................................................................................... PH



(951a) 1983 MAPLE LEAF 32¢ BROWN, STRIP W/ IMPERF PAIR ....................................................... PH

1868



$250

$150



(1172h) 1990 PRONGHORN 45¢ MULTI, IMPERF PAIR ............................................................. PH

$400

1869





(1350 var) 1992 WILD STRAWBERRY 2¢ MULTI, IMPERF PAIR ............................................................. PH

$500

Left margin imperf pair on Ashton-Potter coated paper with bluish gum. Mint never hinged. Scott footnotes as printer’s waste, UniTrade lists and values imperf pairs. Very fine. (UniTrade #1350iv C$1000=US$941) 1866



(1352 var) 1992 ROSE HIP 5¢ MULTI, IMPERF PAIR .................................................................................... PH

1870



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(1355 var) 1992 SASKATOON BERRY 25¢ MULTI, IMPERF PAIR ............................................................. PH

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$500

(1356d var) 1991 FLAG OVER HILLS 42¢ MULTI, BLOCK W/ IMPERF BETWEEN PAIRS .................... PH $1500

1871



(1545a) 1995 ART CANADA 88¢ MULTI, GOLD FOIL OMITTED ................................................................... PH $1000

A MINT never hinged upper right corner single with gold foil omitted. Only two panes of 16 known. (Copy of 2003 Greene Cert for original pane) (UniTrade C$2000=US$1883) Cat $1600. 1872



(1683a) 2000 ELIZABETH II 47¢ MULTI, IMPERF PAIR .................................................................................... PH

$400

Vertical pair, fully imperf. MINT never hinged, very fine. Taken from imperf pane from post office near London, ON. (UniTrade C$900=US$847) Cat $700.

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Right margin inscription block of 8 with center vertical pairs imperf between horizontally. Only 24 pairs known, MINT never hinged, very fine. Ex-Baillie. (UniTrade #1356d PB C$2750=US$2589)

$500

MINT never hinged imperf vertical pair with part of adjacent stamps. On Ashton-Potter coated paper with bluish gum. Scott footnotes as printer’s waste, UniTrade lists and values imperf pairs. Very fine. (UniTrade #1352iv C$1000=US$941)

(1354 var) 1992 KINNIKINNICK 10¢ MULTI, IMPERF PAIR ............................................................. PH

MINT never hinged imperf vertical pair with parts of adjacent stamps. On Ashton-Potter coated paper with bluish gum. Scott footnotes as printer’s waste, UniTrade lists and values imperf pairs. Very fine. (UniTrade #1355iv C$1000=US$941)

Vertical imperforate pair. Mint never hinged, light paper bend at top, otherwise very fine. (UniTrade C$1200=US$1129) Cat $900. 1865

$500

MINT never hinged imperf vertical pair with parts of adjacent stamps. On Ashton-Potter coated paper with bluish gum. Scott footnotes as printer’s waste, UniTrade lists and values imperf pairs. Very fine. (UniTrade #1354v C$1000=US$941)

Horizontal coil strip of 4, left stamp normal, second stamp perf at right only, right pair imperf. Nice transition strip, very fine. MINT never hinged. CV for imperf pair only. (UniTrade C$225=US$211) Cat $160. 1864

(1353 var) 1992 BLACK RASPBERRY 6¢ MULTI, IMPERF PAIR ............................................................. PH

MINT never hinged vertical imperf pair with part of adjacent stamps. On Ashton-Potter coated paper with bluish gum. Scott footnotes as printer’s waste, UniTrade lists and values imperf pairs. Very fine. (UniTrade #1353iii C$1000=US$941)

A MINT never hinged block of 4 with all colors shifted to left, except black engraved detail lines. Tagging bars also shifted 5mm to left. Impressive error block. 1863

1869 Estimate

1867

Scarce horizontal pair #693a with distinct double impression. Right stamp light wrinkle, otherwise very fine. MINT never hinged. (UniTrade C$5000=US$4707) Cat $3500. 1862

1865

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1873

1872

1874

1875X

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(1693 var) 2003 MOOSE $5 MULTI, STRONG OFFSET .................................................................................... PH

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$125

MINT never hinged upper left corner margin single with strong offset of brown moose on back. UniTrade reports 200 known. Fresh, extremely fine. (UniTrade #1693ii C$150=US$141) 1874



(1694 var) 1997 GRIZZLY BEAR $8 MULTI, FULL PANE, IMPERF AT TOP .................................. PH $4000

Rare full pane of 4 with perforations missing from top selvage and top half of stamps. MINT never hinged, very fine. Amazing modern error that surfaced in 2004; only four such panes reported. (UniTrade #1694i C$6000=US$5649) 1875



(1768b) 1999 YEAR OF RABBIT 95¢ S/S, RED & TAGGING OMITTED ..................................... PH

1876



$500

A round souvenir sheet with red color and tagging omitted, causing background to be yellow and other color changes in tablet and outer band. Mint, never hinged. Very fine. Normal included for comparison. (2005 Saskatoon Stamp Centre LOA). (UniTrade C$1250=US$1176) Cat $950.

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(1836 var) 2000 YEAR OF DRAGON 46¢ MULTI, RED & TAGGING OMITTED ..................................... PH $1000

A MINT never hinged single with red color and tagging omitted, giving stamp a ‘yellow’ rather than orange background. Normal stamp included for comparison. Very fine. On original Saskatoon Stamp Centre card. (UniTrade #1836i C$1500= US$1412)

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1878

1879

1880 1881

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(1945b) 2002 ART CANADA $1.25 MULTI, IMPERF PAIR ............................................................. PH



$850 1884

(2001c) 2003 CANADA-THAILAND EMBLEMS 48¢ MULTI, IMPERF PAIR ......................................... PH

1885

(2004b) 2003 CHRISTMAS 48¢ MULTI, PAIR, DIE CUTTING OMITTED ........................................... PH







(2128 var) 2005 RED BERGAMOT BLOSSOM 51¢ MULTI, ERROR OF COLOR .............................. PH





(2265b var) 2008 HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIP 52¢ MULTI, IMPERF BLOCK .................................... PH

P (C1P) 1928 AIRMAIL 5¢ BROWN OLIVE, PROOF PAIR .............................................................. PH

$250

$300

1886



1887



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(F2) 1875 REGISTRATION 5¢ DARK GREEN ......... PH

(F3) 1876 REGISTRATION 8¢ DULL BLUE .............. PH

1888

$200 $100



(O6//CO1) 1949-50 OFFICIAL PLATE BLOCKS (x5) .................................................................................... PH

$150

Five MINT never hinged plate blocks of 4: Scott #O6-8, O23 and CO1. Each plate #1, except O23 plate #2. Fresh, very fine. Cat $330. 1889

$250

1915 WAR TAX 5¢-50¢ .............................................. PH



(O9a) 1949-50 LUMBERING 50¢ DARK BLUE GREEN, NO PERIOD AFTER ‘S’ ............................................. PH

$600

Bottom margin single with period omitted after ‘S’ in overprint, partial imprint in selvage with plate #1. OG, lightly hinged, very fine. (UniTrade C$900=US$847) Cat $1000. 1890



(O32) 1953 OFFICIAL $1 BLACK, PLATE BLOCK MATCHING SET ........................................................ PH

$200

Complete matching set of 4 plate blocks of 4 (plate #2). Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (UniTrade C$300=US$282) Cat $340.

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$200

Complete set of 3 ‘WAR TAX’ overprints on high value Admirals, intended for fiscal use. 5¢ toning spots, Toronto roller cancel, 20¢ with Ottawa postmark, 50¢ light postmark. Fine. (UniTrade #MR2B-D for F C$280=US$263)

$350

Vertical pair, plate proof on India. Fresh, unused, no gum as issued, very fine and attractive. (UniTrade #C1P C$400= US$376) Page 154

$250

Black cancel, very fine. (UniTrade C$450=US$423) Cat $350.

Left part of booklet of 10 with fully imperf block of 4. Background photograph shows Quebec. Self-adhesive, very fine. Only 10 imperf booklets reported. CV for two pairs. (UniTrade C$800=US$753) Cat $650. 1882

(C3c) 1932 SURCHARGED 6¢ ON 5¢ BROWN OLIVE, TRIPLE SURCHARGE .............................................. PH

Left wing margin single. Fresh, sound, fine to very fine, MINT never hinged. (2006 Gratton Cert) (UniTrade for VF C$600= US$564) Cat $300.

$600

Vertical pair of self-adhesive coil. Violet color substituted for magenta causes flower to appear brownish. Footnoted in UniTrade. Very fine. (Copy of 2009 Greene Cert for original strip) (UniTrade C$500=US$470) 1881

$150

OG, previously hinged. Triple surcharge, fine to very fine. (1993 FQP Cert) (UniTrade for VF C$500=US$470) Cat $400.

Horizontal self-adhesive pair taken from booklet pane, die cutting omitted. Very fine. (UniTrade C$500=US$470) Cat $400. 1880

(C1-4) 1928-32 AIRMAILS 5¢-6¢ .............................. PH

First four airmails. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. (UniTrade for VF C$450=US$423) Cat $259.

Left margin imperf pair. Red inscription in selvage. MINT never hinged, very fine. Final stamp in Art Canada Series. (2006 Saskatoon Stamp Centre LOA) (UniTrade C$1800=US$1694) Cat $1500. Lower right corner horizontal imperf pair. Only 40 pairs reported. Very fine, mint never hinged. (UniTrade C$1250= US$1176) Cat $1000. 1879

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1883

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1885 1883X

1886

1884

1888X

1889

1890X 1891

1887X

1893X 1896 1892X

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(O45 var) 1961 PAPER INDUSTRY 20¢ GREEN, BLOCKS W/ HIGH FLYING & BLUNTED ‘G’ ........... PH



(OX1-4) 1879-1913 POST OFFICE SEALS (x4) ....... PH



1949-71 CONSULAR FEE REVENUES 25¢-$5 ........ PH

– CANADIAN PROVINCES – BRITISH COLUMBIA 1895





$200

NEWFOUNDLAND 1896



(11 var) 1860 FLOWERS 2d ORANGE, LINE THROUGH ‘2’ ................................................... PH

$250

Postally used variety with faint plate flaw ‘line through both 2s.’ Three good margins, close to just in at left. Fine. (2000 Greene Cert). (UniTrade #11ii for F C$500=US$470) 1897



$500

Complete set of 5. Fresh, MINT never hinged, each with natural straight edge. Van Dam cat includes premium for never hinged. (Van Dam #FCF1-5 C$1169=US$1100) 1894

(BCL29) 1928-32 LAW STAMP 30¢ ORANGE, SHEET ............................................. View photo online

Complete sheet of 25, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat value for singles. (Van Dam #BCL29 C$468=US$440)

$400

Four Officially Sealed stamps: OX1 partially regummed, small thin at top, decent centering for this; OX2 original gum, hinge remnants; OX3 OG, previously hinged; OX4 lightly hinged, light toning. Fine to very fine. (UniTrade for F C$710=US$668) Cat $1250. 1893

Estimate

$200

Two scarce large multiples of Official stamp with ‘G’ varieties. Lower right corner margin block of 8 has four pairs with left stamp showing Flying G variety (O45a) and right stamp with High Flying G (O45ai); one stamp (position 49) exhibits the Blunted G plate flaw (O45aii). Impressive multiple variety block. Second block top margin block of 20, each with Flying G variety. Very fine. Good for position notation; block of 8 has original retail letter from Bileski. (UniTrade C$310=US$291) 1892

1897

(19b var) 1861 HERALDIC FLOWERS 5d CHOCOLATE BROWN, WMK ................................... PH

$150

Shade variety with watermark ‘ST’ visible. OG, previously hinged, four large margins, very fine. (UniTrade #19i C$250= US$235)

1918 WAR SAVINGS $5 GREEN .............................. PH $1500

Fresh color, light Bathurst cds and blue signature at top, fine to very fine. Very scarce, tough issue. (Van Dam #FWS2 C$1000=US$941)

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1900

1899X

1903

1902

1904

1905

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P (86P) 1908 MAP 2¢ BROWN CARMINE, PLATE PROOF PAIR ................................................. PH



(98-103) 1911 JOHN GUY 6¢-15¢ ENGRAVED ........ PH



(128) 1920 3¢ ON 15¢ SCARLET, 10½mm SPACING .................................................................... PH



$240

(C12) 1932 DO-X FLIGHT $1.50 ON $1 BLUE ......... PH

$150

Fresh, very fine, original gum, hinge remnant. (UniTrade C$350=US$329) Cat $275.

$200

Complete set of 6. Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $412. 1900

1909 Estimate

1902

Horizontal plate proof pair on India on card. Deep rich shade, fresh, very fine. (UniTrade #86Pi C$400=US$376) 1899

1908

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Newfoundland, Canadian Provinces – British Stamps, cont. 1898

1907

N O VA S C O T I A 1903 () (4) 1851 CROWN & HERALDIC FLOWERS 6d YELLOW GREEN ...................................................... PH $1500

Unused, no gum. Three good margins, just in at upper left. Fine. (2010 Greene Cert). (UniTrade for VF, NG C$6500= US$6120) Cat $5000 for no gum.

$125

Fresh, very fine. Original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $230.

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(SL10) 1907 LAW STAMP $5 BLACK ON GREEN .................................................................................... PH

$150

Rare stamp, with faults. Bileski stated that nearly all of these issues do, and speculated that only 10% of the original 200 printed have survived. He also noted that this was used in ‘the famous Cannington district.’ (Van Dam #SL10 C$750= US$706) 1905



(SL12) 1907 LAW STAMP $20 BLACK ON RED ...... PH

$300

Rare stamp, Bileski noted that only 200 were printed and probably only 20 survived. Fine example tied on small piece with blue crayon and punch cancel. (Van Dam #SL12 C$650= US$612) 1901



(C1) 1919 HAWKER FLIGHT 3¢ RED BROWN OVERPRINTED ........................................................ PH $25,000

Incredibly RARE bottom margin example, with characteristic manuscript ‘J.A.R.’ on reverse – initials of Newfoundland Postmaster General J.A. Robinson. These stamps were created to frank the correspondence carried by Lieut. H. Hawker on his Trans-Atlantic flight, the first attempted non-stop flight over the Atlantic Ocean. Only 200 stamps were issued, 18 of which were damaged and destroyed, 95 used on letters, 11 given as presentation copies, and the remaining 76 sold in aid of the Marine Disasters Fund. Fresh, MINT never hinged, especially scarce thus. Fine plus. Makes for an amazing showpiece and undoubtedly one of Canada’s greatest Airpost rarities. (2002 BPA Cert #58,273 for pair, this is bottom example). (UniTrade C$35000=US$32954) Cat $37,500.



(56 var) 1921 GEORGE V 3d PURPLE, INVERTED & REVERSED WATERMARK ....................................... PH

156

$150

Fresh color, original gum, lightly hinged, light overall toning, otherwise very fine. A very scarce Inverted & Reversed watermark variety. Ex-Cook. (2012 Sismondo Cert) (SG #75y £500=US$827)

– CYPRUS – 1907



(47) 1903 EDWARD VII 45pi DARK VIOLET & ULTRA ........................................................................ PH

$150

Fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. (SG #59 £200= US$331) Cat $250.

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1916

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1912X

1917X

1913X

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(110) 1924 GEORGE V £1 VIOLET & BLACK ON RED ...................................................................... PH

$250

(122) 1928 GEORGE V £1 ORANGE BROWN & DEEP BLUE ............................................................... PH

$250

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– FALKLAND ISLANDS – 1914





(125-35) 1934 GEORGE V SCENES ¼pi-45pi ......... PH

1915



– DOMINICA – 1911



(5a) 1879 VICTORIA 1d VIOLET, BISECT ON PIECE ................................................................... PH

– HELIGOLAND – 1917



(166-67) 1932 SURCHARGED HIGH VALUES 50m & 100m ............................................................... PH

$200

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$200

1918 / (5-7, 151-53) 1862-1937 SELECTION .................. PH $150-250

Six stamps, Scott #5-7 Victorias used, fine; #151-53 Coronation OG, lightly hinged, very fine. Cat $1142. 1919



(59) 1884 VICTORIA $10 GRAY GREEN .................. PH $4000

Rare stamp mint, fresh color, original gum, previously hinged. Perfs at bottom right scissor cut, very fine. Cat $12,000. 1920



$150

Both sound, 50m on 50p FVF, 100m on £1 very fine. OG, previously hinged. Ex-Cook. (SG #187-88 £259=US$428) Cat $270.

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Set of 2, 1m cataloged as least expensive dark green & vermilion shade. Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. (SG #18-19 £360=US$595) Cat $280.

– EGYPT – 

$250

Choice stamp, large margins all around, rich color. Unused (regummed), lightly hinged, extremely fine. Ex-Rinkoff & Cook. (2009 Sismondo Cert). (SG #7w £650=US$1075)

– HONG KONG –

Selection of 52 Mint & 39 Used George V 4¢ on 6¢ overprinted issue (Scott #62 - SG #64) in singles, pairs (x6, 1 used), used strip of 3, & blocks of 4 (x4, 1 used), on 2 stock pages with a variety of shifted overprints (including a few normal). Selection includes Mint Scott #62b without squares over old value (x13, cv $50 each) with MH single, corner margin pair & another pair and 2 blocks of 4 (1 MNH, 1 MH), plus 2 used examples (cv $85 each). Also other examples with overprint squares just touching 6¢ value & other shifts. Clean interesting material. Fine to very fine. (SG #64 & vars) Estimated cat $900.

1913

$500

– GAMBIA –

– EAST AFRICA & UGANDA PROTECTORATES – 1912// (62) 1919 GEORGE V 4¢ on 6¢ CARMINE (x91) .................................................................................... PH

(74) 1933 KING PENGUIN 5sh YELLOW & BLACK .................................................................................... PH

1916 () (4a var) 1874 VICTORIA 6d DEEP BLUE, INVERTED WMK ....................................................... PH

$500

Strip of three different stamps on piece, top stamp 2½d red brown, postal fiscal 1d violet (revenue overprint) and bottom stamp 1d violet bisected diagonally, all used to pay 4d rate to USA. Barred oval ‘A 07’ ties bisect. Fine. Scott & SG value for bisect on cover or card. (SG #5a £2500=US$4138) Cat $2600.

$100

Fresh and bright, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. Popular stamp. (SG #136 £900=US$1489) Cat $840.

$250

Complete set of 11. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. (SG #123-32 £300=US$496) Cat $450.

(29) 1905 EDWARD VII 5sh DULL RED .................... PH

Fresh color, lightly canceled, extremely fine and attractive. (SG #50 £150=US$248) Cat $160.

Top left corner margin single, stamp fresh, MINT never hinged, selvage with small hinge remnant on front, fine to very fine. (SG #132 £225=US$372) Cat $275 for hinged. 1910

1920X

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Fresh, very fine and attractive, original gum, lightly hinged. (SG #102 £300=US$496) Cat $350. 1909

1915

1918X

1911

1908

1914

(203-17) 1962 ELIZABETH II 5¢-$20 ........................ PH

$150

Complete set of 15. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (SG #196-210 £160=US$264) Cat $266.

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1925

1927X

1926

1928

1930

1931X

1936X

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1926 () (14) 1914 NEW GUINEA OVERPRINT 3sh ON 3m BLACK VIOLET ................................................... PH $1500

– INDIA –

Fresh, very fine. Part original gum, tiny thin from hinge removal. Rare stamp, only 48 produced. Ex-Cook. (1064 RPS Cert #57,140) (SG #14 £4750=US$7862, Michel #14 I €€1900= US$2616) Cat $5000.

(M1-43, vars) 1900-14 MILITARY ISSUES 3p-1r PLUS VARIETIES ............. View photo online $400-600

China & Indian Expeditionary Forces complete by Scott plus SG varieties C9, C13a, E2a, E2b & E3a all on Scott Specialty pages. Total of 50 mint & 2 used stamps. Tough issue to put together and offer as a single unit. Overall fine to very fine, original gum, previously hinged, M24 with toning. Ex-Cook. (SG #C1-32,E1-13, vars £1000=US$1655)

– NEW ZEALAND – 1927()/ (14, 27a) 1863-64 FULL-FACE VICTORIA 6d & 1d .................................................................................... PH

1922 () (9) 1880 VICTORIA 12¢ CARMINE ........................... PH

$125

Rich color. Unused (regummed), previously hinged. Sound, fine to very fine. Ex-Cook. (SG #9 £300=US$496) Cat $330.

– MALTA – 

1928

(J1-10) 1925 NUMERALS ½d-1sh6d, PAIRS .............................................. View photo online

1924



(J22a-28a) 1967 POSTAGE DUE ½d-4d, PERF 12, BLOCKS ......................... View photo online



1929



1930





(13) 1914 NEW GUINEA ‘G.R.I.’ OVERPRINT 2sh ON 2m BLUE ............................................................. PH $1250

Position 1. Rich color. Disturbed original gum, some gum on top perfs. Very fine. Ex-Cook. (2000 Brandon Cert #25349) (SG #13 £2750=US$4551, Michel #13 I €€ 1800=US$2478) Cat $3000.

(AR69 var) 1932 COAT OF ARMS £5 DARK BLUE, WATERMARK INVERTED ........................................ PH

158

$250

– NORTH BORNEO – 1931



(101a-02a) 1899 SURCHARGED 4¢ ON $5 & $10, 5mm SPACING .......................................................... PH

$200

Set of 2. Fresh, very fine, original gum, hinge remnants. (SG #123-24 £310=US$513) Cat $300.

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(AR60) 1938 COAT OF ARMS 25sh TURQUOISE BLUE .................................................................................... PH $200

Inverted watermark, not listed in Scott or Gibbons. Fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Ex-Cook. (2009 Sismondo Cert). Catalog values for regularly issued stamp. (SG #F168 var £400=US$662) Cat $400.

– NEW BRITAIN – 1925

$150

Fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Hinge thin. Ex-Cook. (SG #F159 £600=US$993) Cat $550.

$150

Complete set of 4 right margin blocks of 6 (2x3). Fresh, MINT never hinged, 2d fine, others very fine. (SG #D28-31 £220=US$364) Cat $298.

(60) 1878 VICTORIA 5sh GRAY ................................ PH

Face free cancel, tiny perf creases, fine. (SG #186 £300=US$496) Cat $500.

$150

Complete set of 10 horizontal pairs. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (SG #D1-10 £120=US$198) Cat $260.

$750

Two Singles: Scott #14 6d red brown, fresh color, grid cancel, margins large to clear, very fine, cv $110; and Scott #27a 1d carmine vermilion, rouletted, bright, fiery color, unused, no gum, margins large to just clear, traces of roulettes at bottom and full vertical row of roulettes 1mm into design at right, vertical crease along left frame line, fine appearance, cats $6,500 for OG.

– LABUAN –

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1934

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1938X

1939

1941X

1942X

1943X

1944X

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(61 var) 1922 LONDON OVERPRINT 10pi LIGHT BLUE, INVERTED WMK ....................................................... PH $150

– QATAR – 

(101H var) 1966 IMPERF 40np S/S W/ BLACK & RED OVERPRINTS ........................ View photo online



(101 var) 1966 U.N. ANNIVERSARY OVERPRINTS, CARMINE OVPT, FULL PANE .................................. PH



1936



1941



1942



1943







159

$150

(96-105) 1927-28 SCENES ½d-10sh PAIRS OVERPRINTED S.W.A. ............................................. PH

$200

(108-20, C5-6) 1931-37 SCENES ½d-20sh PAIRS ...... PH

$200

(238-52) 1937-41 GEORGE VI 1¢-$5 ........................ PH

$200

Complete set of 18. MINT never hinged, a few, including Scott #249-51, with tropicalized gun, otherwise fresh, fine to very fine set. (SG #278-98 for hinged £325=US$537) Cat $375.

– TUVALU – 

$300

(1-15) 1976 ‘TUVALU’ OVERPRINTS 1¢-$2, BLOCKS ......................................... View photo online

$100

Complete set of 15 MINT never hinged, very fine blocks of 4. Cat $111.

– ZULULAND – 1946



Complete set of 12. Fresh, very fine, original gum, previously hinged. (SG #1-12 £2250=US$3724) Cat $2681.

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(88-93) 1927 SCENES 2d-10sh PAIRS SETTING IX .................................................................................... PH

– STRAITS SETTLEMENTS –

(1-12) 1923 SETTING I PAIRS ½d-£1 ....................... PH $1600

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Complete set of 15 including the two airmail pairs. Fresh, very fine, original gum, hinge remnants. (SG #74-87 £225=US$372) Cat $356.

Fresh, fine, original gum, lightly hinged. (SG #16-17 £290= US$480) Cat $490.

1937

(29-40) 1924 SETTING IV OVERPRINTS ½d-£1 PAIRS .................................................................................... PH

Complete set of 10. Fresh, very fine, original gum, previously hinged. (SG #58-67 £225=US$372) Cat $300.

$250

– SOUTH WEST AFRICA –

$100

Complete set of 6 pairs, fresh, very fine, original gum, previously hinged. (SG #49-54 £180=US$297) Cat $228.

1945

(14-15) 1913-16 GEORGE V 5sh-10sh ..................... PH

(13) 1923 GEORGE V 5sh BLUE & CLARET, PAIR .................................................................................... PH

Complete set of 12. Fresh, very fine, original gum, previously hinged. (SG #29-40 £500=US$827) Cat $543.

Set of 14 to 7sh6d, fine to very fine, original gum, previously hinged. (SG #97-111 £205=US$339) Cat $421.

– SOUTH AFRICA –

(13-15) SETTING II SURCHARGES 5sh-£1 ............. PH $1250

Fresh, very fine horizontal pair, original gum, lightly hinged. (SG #13 £150=US$248) Cat $160.

1944

(79-93) 1922-27 GEORGE V ½d-7sh6d ......................................................... View photo online



$150

– SAINT HELENA – 

1939

$150

Full pane of 25 stamps & labels, perforated, with scarcer carmine overprint honoring 20th anniversary of U.N. Pane includes four blocks of 4 #101E-H, singles for #101-D and four labels. MINT never hinged, very fine. Michel values the set of nine perforated singles with carmine overprint at €€ 200 (#118Ab-26Ab).

1935



Complete set of 3. Fresh, very fine, original gum, previously hinged. (SG #13-15 £1500=US$2482) Cat $1885.

1940

Two imperforate souvenir sheets of 4 showing designs of Scott #101E-H. One with black overprint, one with scarcer red overprint, both reading ‘U.N. 20th/Anniversary’ and ‘In Victory,/ Magnanimity./In Peace,/Goodwill./Winston Churchill’ at upper left margin. MINT never hinged, very fine. Footnoted in Scott, listed in Michel. (Michel #Block 5a-b €€205=US$282) 1934

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1938

Postally used example with London Overprint on perf 15x14 10pi with inverted Script CA watermark. Very fine. (SG #88w £325=US$537)

1933

1946

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– PALESTINE – 1932

1940X

(11) 1892 VICTORIA 5sh ROSE ................................ PH

$300

Fresh color, multiple strikes of 1884 registered cds, tiny corner perf crease bottom right, otherwise very fine. (SG #11 £800= US$1324) Cat $800.

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1948X

1949

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1950 1951

1953

1952X

1955 1956X

1954

1957X

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– ARGENTINA –

(C60-63) 1952-53 SURCHARGES 50q-2.50L ........... PH

$200

1952

Complete set of 4. Fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $287 for hinged.

P (8P-10P) 1864-67 RIVADAVIA 5c-15c, BLACK PROOFS, BLOCKS ................................................... PH

– ANDORRA (FRENCH) – 1948



(J9-15) 1931-33 1c-5fr ............................................... PH

$300

Complete set of 7. Fresh, fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $546.

1953





(11) 1928 OVERPRINT 4p LAKE .............................. PH



(12) 1928 OVERPRINT 10p BROWN ........................ PH

$200

BUENOS AIRES 1954



Fresh and bright, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. Cat $275.

(9) 1859 LIBERTY HEAD 4r GREEN ON BLUISH, PAIR ........................................................................... PH



$250

Horizontal pair on piece with large margins. Oval with bars cancels. Very fine. Cat $550.

– ANGOLA – 1951

$375

– ARGENTINA –

$100

Well centered for this issue, fresh and bright, original gum, small hinge remnant, very fine. Cat $150. 1950

(392) 1930 REVOLUTION 50p DARK GREEN & VIOLET ...................................................................... PH

Original gum, previously hinged. Fine to very fine. Cat $750.

– ANDORRA (SPANISH) – 1949

$200

Complete set of 3 right margin blocks of 4, black trial color proofs on thin card. Fresh and bright, 15c with small scissors cut between bottom stamps, very fine and attractive set of proofs.

– AUSTRIA –

(5) 1877 CROWN 40r BLUE, BLOCK ....................... PH

$500

Fresh, scarce, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine block of 4. Cat $600 for hinged.

1955



(39) 1878 FRANZ JOSEPH 25r GRAY LILAC .......... PH

$125

Attractive stamp, money order postmark, fresh color, fine. Cat $190. 1956



(128-44) 1910 JUBILEE 1h-10k ................................ PH

$300

Complete set of 17. Original gum, previously hinged, 10h small thin, otherwise fresh, very fine set. Cat $472.

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(C54-60) 1950-53 BIRDS 60g-20s ............................. PH

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$200

Complete set of 7. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $332.

– BRAZIL – 1964



1958



(13) 1861 FRANZ JOSEPH 5s RED .......................... PH

$750

Scarce stamp, perf 14 as issued. Fresh color, well centered, disturbed original gum, paper adhesions, tiny tear at top and small thin lower left, very fine appearance. Cat $7125.



(7) 1903 SURCHARGED 4fr ON 4k .......................... PH

$400

Lightly canceled, very fine. Cat $650.







1966

1967

(124-37) 1919 ALBERT 1c-10fr ................................. PH





$400

(B169) 1936 VON TAXIS 5fr+5fr S/S ........................ PH

$400

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine, with large margin showing trim lines at top. Cat $450. 1962



(B513a) 1952 BASILICA S/S ..................................... PH



(B513a) 1952 BASILICA S/S ..................................... PH

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $425.

ROC (1355-58) 1962 FOUR EMPERIORS 80c-$4 .... PH

$300

$250

ROC (1355-58) 1962 FOUR EMPERIORS 80c-$4 .... PH

$300

Complete set of 4, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $515. TA I WA N 1968 () (1-9) 1945 OVERPRINTED JAPAN ISSUE 1s-¥10 ...... PH

$100

Complete set of 9, unused, no gum as issued, fine to very fine and scarce. Cat $125.

$250

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (Officiel #Bloc 30 €€400=US$550) Cat $425. 1963

$300

Fresh color, grid cancel, very fine. Cat $450.

Complete set of 14. Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $646. 1961

(79) 1897 SURCHARGE 2¢ ON 3¢ RED REVENUE .................................................................................... PH

Complete set of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (Proceeds benefit the APS). Cat $515.

– BELGIUM – 1960

$300

– CHINA – 1965

– AUSTRIA, CRETE – 1959

(1b) 1843 NUMERAL 30r BLACK, PAIR ................... PH

Scarce pair, slightly worn impression, margins large to clear, 1844 double circle date stamp, vertical crease between stamps, fine and scarce. Cat value for singles. Cat $1000.

LO M BA R DY - V E N E T I A

– CHINA PRC – 1969



(30) 1950 SURCHARGE $20,000 ON $10,000 RED .... PH

$100

Scarce stamp, Hankow postmark, very fine. Cat $120. 1970



(344a) 1958 MONUMENT 8f SCARLET S/S ............ PH

$200

S/S unused, no gum as issued (never hinged), light wrinkles, otherwise very fine. Cat $325. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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1974X

1971X

1972X

1973 1975

1976

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(967-80) 1967-68 POEMS BY MAO 4f-10f ............... PH $1000

Complete USED set of 14 stamps. Top 12 values with full gum. Very fine. Cat $1500. 1973



(991) 1968 UNITE STILL MORE CLOSELY 8f MULTI .................................................................................... PH



(1067-75) 1971 CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY 50th ANNIVERSARY ................................................. PH



$350

(1433) 1978 FLYING FAIRIES $2 S/S ....................... PH

162

$400

$250

A MINT never hinged souvenir sheet. Very fine. (Proceeds benefit the APS). Cat $400. 1977



(1573) 1980 $2 HYACYNTH S/S ............................... PH

$250

Fresh, MINT never hinged S/S, full gum with traces of offset. Very fine. Cat $350. 

(1647a) COCK 8f MULTI, COMPLETE BOOKLET .................................................................................... PH

$300

Complete booklet with pane of 12. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat value for pane, no premium added for booklet. Cat $375.

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1978

Fresh, MINT never hinged complete set of 9. Includes singles Scott #1067-71 & 1075 and strip of 3 #1074a. Fine to very fine. Cat $587.

(1399) 1978 GALLOPING HORSES S/S $5 MULTI .................................................................................... PH

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine S/S. (Proceeds benefit the APS). Cat $625.

$300

A MINT never hinged example, extremely fine. Cat $350. 1974



(967-80) 1967-68 POEMS BY MAO 4f-10f ............... PH $2500

Complete set of 14. Fresh, MINT never hinged, several values with usual black offset on gum side. Very fine. Cat $3870. 1972

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1983

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– CUBA – 1979



– DENMARK –

(280-82) 1926 FAMOUS MEN 1c-5c IMPERF, BLOCKS .................................................................... PH

$200

1983 () (1R var) 1851 FIRST ISSUE 2rs BLUE REPRINT, BLOCK, PRINTED ON BOTH SIDES ........................ PH

Complete set of 3 imperforate definitives in top margin blocks of 48 (6x8). MINT never hinged, couple tone spots in selvage, very fine. Cat $480. 1980



(563) 1956 CHRISTMAS 4c SLATE GREEN & RED, FULL PANE ................................................................ PH

$150

A MINT never hinged full pane of 50. Selvage has red plate #S1279 and black #S1277, plus black serial number. Crease in top margin, otherwise very fine. Cat $325. 1981 P/E 1957-60 PROOFS & ESSAYS SELECTION ......................................................... View photo online

$350

Selection of 71 proofs and essays, all imperforate, including a sheet of 50 essay similar to Scott #637, but 4¢ red & green. The balance as singles, pairs and one block of 4 from same series or 1957 issue (Scott #584-87), with different colors, unissued stamps or vignette only without denomination. One pair with light stain, selvage crease to sheet, otherwise fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine group. These are quite scarce and retail in the $30-35 range each.

1984





(131) 1928 CHRISTIAN X 10k VERMILION & YELLOW GREEN ...................................................... PH

$500

Fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine, signed Raybaudi. (Facit #164 SKr6500=US$1010) Cat $775. 1985



(135) 1915 GENERAL POST OFFICE 5k DARK RED PERF 14x14½ ............................................................ PH

$125

Well centered, fresh, Copenhagen double circle postmark, very fine and attractive. Cat $175. 1986



(167a, 171a, 175a) POST OFFICE ANNIVERSARY 10o-20o, BLOCKS ..................................................... PH

$125

Attractive set of 3 used blocks of 4, very fine, CTO. (Facit SKr1400=US$217) Cat $180. 1987



(C1-5) 1925-29 AIRPLANE & PLOWMAN 10o-1k .... PH

$200

Complete set of 5. Fresh, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. (Facit #213-17 SKr2200=US$342) Cat $308.

– CZECHOSLOVAKIA – 1982

$150

Reprint block of 4, without burelage as issued, printed on both sides. Printed from original plates, with a number of small plate varieties found on each side, slightly off-register and with light soiling on back. Scott prices least expensive reprint at $50 each. Cat $200.

LEGION POST (6-14) 1920 2k-1r BLUE & ROSE .... PH

$200

Complete set of 9. Fresh, very fine. Original gum, hinge remnants. Cat $315. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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1989X

1990X

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1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1988X

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2003 2002

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(C1-5) 1925-29 AIRPLANE & PLOWMAN 10o-1k .... PH



$120

1989/(117-33) 1936-40 PATS 1s-60s, COMPLETE SET .................................................................................... PH

$150

1997 () (3) 1849 CERES 20c BLACK ON YELLOWISH ....... PH

1998





$650

1992



(11) 1867 COAT OF ARMS 1m YELLOW BROWN ROULETTE III ............................................................ PH

2000



$400 2002

(37) 1885 COAT OF ARMS 10m BROWN & ROSE .... PH

2003

(1) 1850 CERES 10c BISTER ON YELLOWISH ...... PH

$400

$200

Attractive example, fresh color, diamond grid cancel, huge to large margins, extremely fine and choice. Cat $275. 1994



(2) 1850 CERES 15c GREEN ON GREENISH ......... PH





(2) 1850 CERES 15c GREEN ON GREENISH ......... PH

$200

Star cancel, small corner crease upper left, otherwise very fine. Cat $900.

164

$600

$200

(17a) 1853 NAPOLEON III 25c MILKY BLUE ........... PH $2000



(38) CERES 1c OLIVE GREEN ON PALE BLUE, STRIP ......................................................................... PH

$750

Spectacular horizontal strip of 5, large margins all around. Fresh, extremely fine, original gum, hinge remnants. Scott $800 for singles (no premium added for multiple). 2004



(42) 1870 CERES 10c BISTER BORDEAUX ISSUE .................................................................................... PH

$750

Beautiful stamp, fresh color, large margins, full original gum, lightly hinged, extremely fine and choice, signed Brun. Cat $1000. 2005



(46) 1870 CERES 30c BROWN BORDEAUX ISSUE .................................................................................... PH

$250

Fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine, signed Roumet & Raybaudi. Cat $375.

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Beautiful stamp, fresh, large margins, original gum, previously hinged, extremely fine and choice. (1999 Roumet Cert) Cat $2000.

$400

Spectacular stamp, huge margins, fresh, bright color, lightly canceled, thinning at left, extremely fine appearance. Cat $900. 1995

$250

Fresh and bright, unused, no gum, margins large to clear top left, fine to very fine. Cat $400 for no gum.

– FRANCE – 

$400

Nice stamp, rich color, fresh impression on clean paper, large margins face-free cancel, very fine to extremely fine. Cat $875.

Attractive example of this scarce stamp, complete roulettes all around, full original gum, hinge remnant, ½mm tear at left center, otherwise very fine. (Facit #10 SKr20000=US$3109) Cat $2250. Choice used example, fresh colors, sharp Jakobstad double circle cancel, extremely fine and attractive. Cat $625.

1993

(7) 1850 CERES 40c ORANGE ................................. PH

2001 () (13) 1854 NAPOLEON III 5c GREEN ON GREENISH .................................................................................... PH

– FINLAND – 

(6d) 1862 RE-ISSUE OF 1849 CERES 25c BLUE ...... PH

Handsome stamp, deep rich color, diamond grid cancel, margins large to clear, near very fine. Cat $475.

Complete set of 5. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine, each signed ‘ED’ (Enzo Diena). Cat $1150.

1991

$125

Choice left sheet margin example, rich color and impression, large margins, large part original gum, hinge remnants, extremely fine and attractive. Cat $500. 1999

(2-6) 1940-41 BRITISH ADMINISTRATION 20o-60o SURCHARGES .......................................................... PH

$400

Rich color and impression, unused, no gum, margins huge to ample, very fine and attractive. (von der Weid Cert) Cat $190 for no gum.

Complete set of 17. Fresh, very fine, most (12 stamps), including 6s green key value, MINT never hinged, others OG, hinged. Cat $131 for hinged.

– FAROE ISLANDS –

(2d) 1862 CERES 15c YELLOW GREEN, RE-ISSUE .................................................................. PH

Fresh and bright, original gum, heavy hinge remnant, very fine and attractive. (1997 von der Weid Cert) Cat $700.

– ESTONIA –



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1996

Complete set of 5. OG, previously hinged. 25o corner crease upper left, 50o horizontal paper wrinkle, fine to very fine and better. (Facit #213-17 SKr2200=US$342) Cat $308.

1990

2006

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2013

2011

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(48) 1870 CERES 80c ROSE BORDEAUX ISSUE ..... PH

$650

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2013



Spectacular stamp, huge margins, fresh and bright, original gum, previously hinged, superb beauty, signed Calves. Cat $750. 2007



(62) 1872 CERES 30c BROWN ON YELLOWISH, LARGER NUMERALS ............................................... PH



(68a) 1876 SAGE 10c GREEN ON GREENISH TYPE I, IMPERF ........................................................ PH

2014

2009/(89) 1878 SAGE 3c YELLOW ON STRAW, PAIR ..... PH



(89) 1878 SAGE 3c YELLOW ON STRAW ............... PH

2011 () (117a) 1900 RIGHTS OF MAN 15c ORANGE IMPERF, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

$150



(174 var) 1922 SOWER 30c COPPER RED, ‘POSTES FRANCE’ PRE-CANCEL .......................... PH

$300

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(329) 1937 PEXIP S/S ................................................ PH

$400

(333a var) 1937 80c ON 1fr ORANGE PRECANCEL, INVERTED SURCHARGE ......................................... PH

$350

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (Ceres #74d €€ 600= US$826) 2017



(414) 1941 ADER 20fr ON 50fr DARK ULTRA, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

$150

Block of 4, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $280. 2018



(615a) 1949 STAMP CENTENARY SHEET .............. PH

$100

A MINT never hinged full sheet of 40 with central row of labels. Some perf separations in margins only, valued as 10 MNH vertical strips of 4 + label. Very fine. Cat $165. 2019 TC (805TC) 1956 EUROPA 15fr, TRIAL COLOR PROOF .................................................................................... PH

Fresh, fine, original gum, hinge remnant. (Ceres #38 €€ 1000= US$1377) St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

$100

Fresh, MINT never hinged, usual light margin bends, very fine. Cat $700.

$300

Lower right corner margin block of 4, unused, no gum, very fine. Cat $280 for no gum. 2012



$200

Well centered for this, tiny inclusion at top, otherwise fresh, very fine. Original gum, previously hinged. Cat $250.

(251) 1929 LA ROCHELLE 10fr LIGHT ULTRA TYPE I ........................................................................ PH

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine, signed. Cat $160. 2015

Fine pair, left stamp MINT never hinged, tiny margin inclusion, right stamp previously hinged. Cat $560. 2010



$600

Choice imperf, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine and attractive. Cat $1000.

$500

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine block of 4 from S/S. Cataloged as singles. Cat $900.

$200

Fresh, fine, original gum, hinge remnant. Cat $800. 2008

(226b) 1925 PHILATELIC EXHIBITION 5fr CARMINE, BLOCK FROM S/S .................................................... PH

$150

Pretty bi-colored trial color proof on gummed stamp paper. Right margin single, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (Maury #1076TC €€ 450=US$619)

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2021

2025X

2022X

2023

2026 2028 2027X

2029

2024

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(B11) 1918 SHIP & FIELD HOSPITAL 15c+5c SLATE & RED ............................................................ PH

2028





(B12-19) 1922 WAR ORPHANS SURCHARGED 2c-5fr .......................................................................... PH

2029



$150

$150

Complete set of 8. Fresh, fine to very fine. Original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $219. 2023



(B27) 1928 INDUSTRY & AGRICULTURE 1.50fr + 8.50fr DULL BLUE ..................................................... PH

$125

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $225. 2024 TC (B34P) 1930 SMILE OF REIMS 1.50fr+3.50fr DULL BLUE, TRIAL COLOR PROOF ....................... PH

$250

Trial color sunken die proof in dull blue. Pencil notations & hinge remnants on back, otherwise very fine. (Proceeds benefit the APS). (Yvert #256Epr €€ 700=US$963) 2025



(B35-37) 1930 SURCHARGES 40c-1.50fr ................ PH

$200

Complete set of 3, fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $380. 2026



(B38) 1931 PROVINCES 1.50fr + 3.50fr GREEN ..... PH

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged, well centered, extremely fine. Cat $300.

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(C1-2) 1927 AIRPLANE OVERPRINT 2fr & 5fr ........ PH (C6b) 1931 ‘E.I.P.A.30’ PERFIN ON 1.50fr DARK BLUE ............................................................... PH

166

$150

$500

Choice bottom margin single, reversed perforations in selvage, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (2004 Soeteman Cert) Cat $700. 2030



(C22) 1947 PARIS & GULL 500fr PRUSSIAN GREEN, GUTTER BLOCK ....................................................... PH

$150

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine gutter block of 4. Cat for singles. Cat $200. 2031



(C27) PARIS 1000fr SEPIA & BLACK ...................... PH

$125

Nice position piece, selvage at both sides, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $150. 2032



(C29-32) 1954 MODERN AIRCRAFT 100fr-1000fr .................................................................................... PH

$200

Complete set of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $324. 2033



(J65) 1931 POSTAGE DUE 2fr OLIVE BROWN, LARGE BLOCK ......................................................... PH

$200

Bottom right used block of 25, perf separations and hinge reinforcements, tape stains in bottom selvage, otherwise fine. Cat $650.

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$150

Set of 2, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, fine only. Cat $400.

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $250. 2022

(B66-67) 1937 LOUVRE 30c-55c .............................. PH

Set of 2, fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $350.

(B3-10) 1917-19 WAR ORPHANS 2c-5fr .................. PH $1500

Complete set of 8. Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, hinge remnants. Cat $2520. 2021

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2032X

2033 2034X 2035

2036

2037X

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2039X

$100

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– GERMANY – 2038



$500

Key plate trial color proof in yellow green, with Colony name and face value omitted. Approximate size: 3¼”x2¼” on stout paper. Extremely fine. Makes for a nice showpiece!

2039



– FRENCH SOUTHERN & ANTARCTIC TERRITORIES – (28) 1968 ALBATROSS 20fr SLATE OLIVE & ORANGE .................................................................... PH

2040



– GABON – 2037



(33-48) 1910 NATIVES & LIBREVILLE 1c-5fr .......... PH

$750

Complete set of 13. Original gum, previously hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $1167.

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(37//42) 1880-83 NUMERIAL & IMPERIAL EAGLE 3pf-50pf, BLOCKS .................................................... PH

$400

12 stamps per value, in blocks of 4 (except 3pf in 2 blocks & one pair for 10 stamps). Not complete set, no 10pf (Scott #39). All MINT never hinged. Cat $2100.

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $350.

(32) 1875 ‘PFENNIGE’ 20pf ULTRA .......................... PH $1000

A MINT never hinged example with conflicting certificates. The 2002 Briefmarkenpruefstelle Basel Cert (signed by Bach & Eichele) states this is Michel #34b (CV €€ 5000). Stamp with partially rubbed Zenker/BPP backstamp, plus additional Jaeschke-L BPP backstamp as ‘a’ (Michel 34a €€3500), not mentioned on cert. Faint toned band on back not mentioned on cert. Very fine centering. Michel 34a is ‘light to dark ultra’ and 34b is ‘bright cobalt blue to blue’. Sold as Scott #32, regardless of Michel variety. Cat $2700.

– FRENCH COLONIES – 2035 TC 1939 CAILLIE CENTENARY, KEY PLATE TRIAL COLOR PROOF ......................................................... PH



2041X

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(J93-97) 1960 POSTAGE DUE 5c-1fr, GUTTER PAIRS .................................................................................... PH

Complete set of 5 matching top margin gutter pairs, perforated vertical gutters between. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine, 10c & 20c with pencil notes in gutter. Cat value for singles. Cat $149.

2036

2040X

(41) 1880-83 IMPERIAL EAGLE 25pf DULL ROSE BROWN (x20) ................................................. PH

$300

20 stamps in 5 blocks of 4. MINT never hinged. Fine & better. Cat $1500. 2041



(65C-74) 1902 GERMANIA 2pf-80pf ......................... PH

$250

Complete set of 10. Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $424.

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2043X

2044 2045

2049X

2046

2048X

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2046 () (B68) 1935 OSTROPA S/S ........................................ PH

Germany – Foreign Stamps, cont. 2042



(65e) 1900 WILHELM II 5m SLATE & CARMINE TYPE I RETOUCHED ................................................ PH



(648 & 657 var) 1948 COLOGNE CATHEDRAL 25pf & 90pf, IMPERFORATE SINGLES ................... PH

2044



(B50b & B53b) 1933 WAGNER COMPLETE BOOKLET .................................................................. PH



(B58) 1933 TENTH ANNIVERSARY S/S ................... PH



(B316-17) 1951 MARIENKIRCHE 10pf & 20pf ......... PH

168

$125

Set of two top margin (with numerals) singles, stamps MINT never hinged, lightly hinged in selvage, fresh, very fine. Cat $180. 2049



(C38-39) 1930 ZEPPELIN SOUTH AMERICA FLIGHT 2m & 4m ...................................................... PH

$300

Complete set of 2 with 1930 Friedrichshafen cds. Very fine. Cat $600. 2050



(C42) 1931 ZEPPELIN POLAR FLIGHT 4m BLACK BROWN ON PIECE ...................................... PH

$350

Used single with Friedrichshafen cancel on piece. Very fine. Cat $675.

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$650

Fresh sheet of 4. Hinged only on ungummed margin, stamps MINT never hinged. A few wrinkles. Fine to very fine. (Michel #Block 2 €€1800=US$2478) Cat $1350.

$150

Five S/S: B68 OSTROPA, toned and cracked, usable center block; B92 Olympics with commemorative cancel; two B90, one NH, other with toning at top; B105 red overprint, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine.

$250

Unexploded booklet with panes MINT never hinged. Panes not perforated through margin, but pane with 8pf & 12pf stamps detached from tab. Stamps fine to very fine. Scott value only for panes. (Michel #MH34 €€ 1000=US$1377) Cat $350. 2045

2047// (B68//B105) 1935-37 S/S GROUP (x5) ......................................................... View photo online

$200

Two imperforate top sheet margin singles, each with numeral in margin, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (Michel #87U, 96U €€ 400=US$550)

$500

Fresh sheet of 4, without gum as noted & valued in Scott. Fine to very fine. (Michel #Block 3 €€ 1100=US$1514) Cat $875.

$350

Well centered, 1901 bridge cancel, white inner frame retouched at right, very fine. Cat $640. 2043

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2052X

2051

2053

2050

2054

2056X

2057X

2058X

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2051



(CL4) 1912 ‘GELBER HUND’ 1m ON 10pf DEEP RED ORANGE ........................................................... PH

2052/ 1923 ‘RHEINISCHE REPUBLIC’ OVERPRINTED ISSUES ....................................................................... PH

2055/(43-54) 1906-12 SURCHARGED 10pa-25pi ............. PH

$400

– OCCUPIED GERMANY – BERLIN 2056



(24B) 1900 SURCHARGED 25pi ON 5m SLATE & CARMINE TYPE II ..................................................... PH

$250

DDR 2057



(82-84) 1951 MAO 12pf-50pf ..................................... PH

$200

Complete set of 3. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $325. 2058



(122-36) 1953 FAMOUS GERMANS 2pf-84pf .......... PH

$200

Complete set of 15. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $354. 2059



(122-36) 1953 FAMOUS GERMANS 2pf-84pf W/ VARNISH VARIETY .............................................. PH

$150

Complete set of 15 plus #134a 80pf dark ultra with varnish variety. MINT never hinged, 30pf horizontal bend, 10pf & 80pf dark blue diagonal bends, fine to very fine. Cat $365. 2060



$100

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $160. 

(9N17-18) 1948 BLACK ‘BERLIN’ OVERPRINTS 1m-2m ........................................................................ PH

Two stamps, both backstamped Schlegel: 1m light paper wrinkle, fine; 2m a few nibbed perfs at top, otherwise very fine. Cat $625.

OFFICES IN TURKEY (23) 1900 SURCHARGE 15pi ON 3m BLACK VIOLET .................................................................................... PH

$150

Complete set of 12. Fresh, very fine set. Scott #51 5pi & #54 25pi MINT never hinged, others original gum, previously hinged. Cat values for hinged. (Michel #36-47 €€240=US$330) Cat $232.

– GERMAN OFFICES ABROAD –

2054

2060X Estimate

$115

Three different 1920s Germany issues with unofficial black overprint for the Rheinische Republik, a short lived attempt to form a new state from areas around the Rhine River during the economic turmoil following WWI and the early 1920s. Black overprint reads ‘R.R./(values from)10-50/Millionen’. Examples, all MINT never hinged, include (by Scott): 50 thousand marks #239 complete sheet of 100 (x3) & bottom margin block of 30; 1 million marks #281 complete sheet of 100 (x2); 5 million marks #285 complete sheet of 100 & bottom margin block of 30; selection of 11 different 1920s German issues each with overprint variety. ALSO: unaddressed envelope with 3 overprinted issues (#239 & #281 x2, 1 inverted overprint) tied by 2 ‘Rheinlandschutz/.../la Direction Generale’ handstamps and a few Xerox copies with information (in German & French) regarding the history of the republic & stamp printing quantities. Interesting lot. Some faults & separations of selvage. Overall fine to very fine.



2059X

Estimate

Choice example, well centered, flight cancel, very fine. (Michel #IV €€200=US$275) Cat $160.

2053

2055X

(187-204) 1953-54 REDRAWN WORKERS 1pf-84pf, BLOCKS .................................................................... PH

$500

Complete set of 18 blocks of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $922.

$400

Fresh, rich color, MINT never hinged, very fine, signed Raybaudi. (1998 Raybaudi Cert) (Michel #23II €€ 650=US$895) Cat $700.

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Estimate

2062X 2061X

2063X

2064X

2065X

2066X

2068X

2069X

Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

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2065



– GERMAN OCCUPIED TERRITORIES –

(226, C12) 1950 COUNCIL OF EUROPE 25fr & 200fr .................................................................................... PH

– GERMAN PROPAGANDA –

(3NJ1-2) OCCUPATION POSTAGE DUES 5b-10b, MULTIPLES ............................................................... PH

$500

Set of the two watermarked issues in horizontal blocks of 20 (10x2). Fresh, MINT never hinged, usual gum skips, fine. Michel notes gum and perforation flaws occurred during production and catalogs stamps as such. (Michel #6-7 €€ 2500= US$3442) Cat $800 for hinged.

2066// 1940s VARIOUS BRITISH STAMPS, PLUS HITLER SKULL ......................................................... PH

DANZIG 

(200-10) 1930 TENTH ANNIVERSARY 5pf-1g ......... PH

$400

Complete set of 11. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $675. SAAR 2063



(35-37) 1920 LUDWIG III 1m-3m ............................... PH

2064



(226, C12) 1950 COUNCIL OF EUROPE 25fr & 200fr .................................................................................... PH

– GREECE –

$300

Complete set of 3. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Each with Dr. Dub expertizing backstamp. (Michel #27-29 €€ 560= US$771) Cat $460. $150

$400

Small group of 11 different propaganda items, most with British stamps or subjects. Includes George VI set ½d-3d (complete set of 6, Mi3-8 with selvage on two or three sides) canceled London AAAO Special Stamp/6 Jun 44, Mi 2 Coronation 1½d dark brown, George VI & Stalin & diff. text, Mint & Used, postal card (Feldpostcarte) with Churchill smoking cigar & warship breaking on head with text WERT Keinen Pfennig stamp to left (Mozart 6pf canceled Berlin 31.12.1941). German stamp is Mi17 showing Hitler Head 12pf carmine with skull & Futsches Reich imperf, plus imperf block of 4 with lighter skull some what blurry, both MINT never hinged. Interesting lot. (Michel €€1000=US$1377)

– GERMAN PLEBISCITES – 2062

$150

Set of 2. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $212.

ROMANIA 

2070X

Estimate

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2061

2067X

2067



(539-44) 1951 MARSHALL PLAN 700d-5000d ......... PH

$150

Complete set of 6. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine set (except Scott #539 (cv $5) small toning spot on gum, not visible on face). Cat $227.

Set of 2, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $212. (800) 782-0066 • www.RegencySuperior.com

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2071X

2073

2074X

2075X

2072

2076

2078X

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2068



Estimate

(C1-2) 1926 FLYING BOAT 2d & 3d MULTI, FULL PANES .............................................................. PH

Estimate

2073



$500

Full panes of 25 for C1-2. Many perf separations, but all selvage present. Mint never hinged, very fine. Estimated cat $1000. 2069



(C8-14) 1933 AIRMAILS 50L-50d ............................. PH

2074





(1-9) 1938-46 KING & POLAR BEARS 1o-1k, CORNER BLOCKS .................................................... PH

2075



(10-18) 1945 SCENES 1o-5k ..................................... PH



2076



2077



$300



$250

(C81) 1950 UPU 3fo IMPERF S/S ............................. PH

$350

(C95, CB13-14) 1951 FIRST STAMP S/S SET ......................................................... View photo online

$150

Complete set of 3 S/S. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $225. 2078

– HUNGARY –

(C26-34) 1933 FLIGHT ALLEGORIES 10f-5p .......... PH

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $600.

Complete set of 9. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $550.

2072

$350

Complete set of 9. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $375.

$300

Complete set of 9 upper right corner margin blocks of 4, six with serial number and star. MINT never hinged, some blocks with trivial (from production?) gum spotting top right stamp, very fine and attractive set. Cat $540. 2071

(462-65) 1932 MADONNA 1p-10p ............................. PH

Complete set of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $300.

– GREENLAND – 2070

$200

Engraved issue, minor perf flaws, otherwise fine, tied on small piece with PEST cds, small blue Paris transit cds and black ‘P.D.’ at side. Rare postally used, as these stamps were nearly always used for money orders. (Michel #13a)

$125

Complete set of 7. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $200.

(12) 1871 FRANZ JOSEF 25k LILAC, POSTALLY USED .......................................................................... PH



(CB1D-CB2) 1948 BRIDGE S/S ................................ PH

$150

Set of 2 S/S. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $240.

(6a) 1871 FRANZ JOSEF 25k BRIGHT VIOLET, POSTALLY USED ...................................................... PH

$500

First issue lithographed, tied on small piece with rare PEST cds. These stamps were issued to pay for money order usage, and nearly all canceled with Penzutalvany or Geldanweisung cancels (‘money order’ in Hungarian and German respectively). Tiny stains, otherwise fine, small blue Strasbourg transit cds below, expertizing signature lower right. Rare and desirable item. (Michel #6b)

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Estimate

2079

2080X

2081

2082

2084X

2085X

2086X

2087

2088

2089

2090X

2091X

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2092X

2091





(9) 1876 NUMERAL 5a BLUE ................................... PH

$400

(34-44B) 1902-04 CHRISTIAN IX 3a-5k .................... PH

2092





(52) 1902 OVERPRINT 5a GREEN PERF 13 ........... PH

2093



$250



(76) 1907 TWO KINGS 10a SCARLET ..................... PH

$150

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $165. 2083



(87) 1911 SIGURDSSON 3a LIGHT BROWN, COMPLETE SHEET .................................................. PH

2094

2084



(92-98) 1912 FREDERICK VIII 5a-5k ........................ PH

$200

Complete set of 7. Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $375. 2085



(99-107) 1915-18 CHRISTIAN IX & FREDERIK VIII PERF 14x14½ ............................................................ PH



2095





(108-28) 1920-22 CHRISTIAN X 1e-5k ..................... PH

2096



$600

2087



(140) 1925 FREDERIK VIII 10k ON 50a CLARET .... PH

2097



2088



(141) 1924 SURCHARGED 10k on 1k YELLOW ..... PH

$300

Fresh and bright, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $500 for hinged. 2089



2090



(143) 1930 SURCHARGED 10k ON 5k ..................... PH

2098



(144-48) 1925 SCENES 7a-50a ................................. PH

$200

Complete set of 5, fresh and bright, 50a short perf otherwise very fine set. Cat $337.

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(187) 1931-33 CHRISTIAN X 10k GREEN & BLACK .................................................................................... PH (193-94) 1935 SCENES 10a-1k ................................. PH (221b) 1939 CODFISH 10a GREEN, PERF 14x13½ .................................................................................... PH (224) 1940 CODFISH 25a BRIGHT RED, LARGE BLOCK ......................................................... PH

2099



(232-35) 1940 NEW YORK WORLD’S FAIR ‘1940’ OVERPRINT 20a-2k .................................................. PH

172

$200 $200

$150

$250

$200

Complete set of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $300. 2100



(273) 1952 PARLIAMENT 25k GRAY BLACK .......... PH

$150

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $240. 2101



(C4-8) 1930 PARLIAMENT MILLENARY 15a-1k ..... PH

$200

Complete set of 5. Fresh and bright, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. Cat $292. 2102



(O40-49, O68) CHRISTIAN X 3a-5k .......................... PH

$200

Complete set of 10, plus 1931 redrawn issue. Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $355.

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$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged lower right margin large block of 36 stamps. Selvage trimmed at bottom. Fine to very fine. (Facit #248 for NH SKr25200=US$3917) Cat $1170 for hinged.

$300

Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $600.

(186) 1931 CHRISTIAN X 2k CHOCOLATE & DARK GREEN, REDRAWN ....................................... PH

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $225.

$200

Fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $375.

$750

Set of 2, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $270.

$250

Complete set of 21. Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $1112.

(176-87) 1931-33 CHRISTIAN X REDRAWN 1e-10k .................................................................................... PH

Fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. Cat $350.

Complete set of 7. Fresh, very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $430. 2086

$300

Exceptional centering, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. (Facit #156 SKr2000=US$310) Cat $300.

$250

Complete MINT never hinged sheet of 100 for Scott #87 (cats $5.75 each). Small stain in margin at left & tiny corner crease top right, stamps fine to very fine. PLUS: complete sheet (some separation at selvage on right) of 100 for overprinted Scott #46, stamps fine to very fine. CV for individual stamps. Cat $725 for hinged.

(152-66) 1930 PARLIAMENT MILLENARY 3a-10k .................................................................................... PH

Complete set of 12. Fresh, bright, very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $1243.

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $450 for hinged. 2082

$200

Complete set of 15. Fresh, very fine, original gum, hinge remnants. (Facit #173-87 SKr2800=US$435) Cat $492.

$200

Complete set of 13. Exceptional set, well centered, fresh, very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $329. 2081

(144-48) 1925 SCENES 7a-50a ................................. PH

Complete set of 5. Fresh, original gum, hinge remnants, fine to very fine. (Facit #168-72 SKr1900=US$295) Cat $337.

Fresh color, postally used, light town cancel, fine. Cat $1200. 2080

2094 Estimate

– ICELAND – 

2093X

Estimate

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2079

2083X

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2095

Estimate

2096X

2099X

Estimate

2097

2100

2098

2101X

2102X

2103X

2104X

2106X

2109X

2107X

2108

Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

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Estimate

2107

– IRAN – 2103

(C17-21) 1928 AIRPLANE SURCHARGES 3k-3t ..... PH



$150



(C17-21, C29-33) 1928-29 OVERPRINTS, TWO SETS ................................................................. PH

$300

2108



Two sets of 5, fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $475. 2105



(C34-50) 1930 SHAH & EAGLE 1c-3t ....................... PH

$250

– ISRAEL – 

2109

(1-9) 1948 FIRST COINS 3m-1000m ........................ PH



$250

Complete set of 9. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $392.

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(7-9) 1948 FIRST COINS 250m-1000m, PLATE BLOCKS ........................................................ PH $1500

Set of 3 high value upper right corner plate blocks of 4. Each with plate #1 in colored triangle; 250m serial #2020 (fine only), 500m serial #1265 and star (very fine), and 1000m serial #1908 and star (fine to very fine). Each block MINT never hinged. (Bale #7-9 Pl-Bl $3000)

Complete set of 17. Fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $349.

2106

(7-9) 1948 FIRST COINS 250m-1000m, USED TABS ............................................................... PH $1500

Complete set of 3 high values, full tabs. Fresh colors, attractive cancels, very fine and attractive set, signed by Diena and others. (1989 E. Diena Cert) (Bale #7-9 $2400)

Complete set of 5. Fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, usual rough perforations, fine to very fine. Cat $260. 2104

2105X

(7-9) 1948 FIRST COINS 250m-1000m .................... PH

$250

Complete set of 3. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Signed Diena and others. (1987 E. Diena Cert; 1971 Raybaudi Massilia Cert) (Bale #7-9 $400) Cat $392.

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Estimate

2110X

2112X

2113

2111X

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Estimate

2115

Israel – Foreign Stamps, cont. 2110

(10-14) 1948 FLYING SCROLL3m-65m TABS ......... PH



$150



(28-30) 1949 NEW YEAR 5p-35p TABS ................... PH

$325

Complete set of 3 with full tabs, 10m minor crease in bottom blank tab, otherwise very fine set. MINT never hinged. (Bale #18-20 $460) Cat $600. 2112



(33-34) 1950 INDEPENDENCE DAY 20p & 40p TABS .................................................................................... PH



(237 var) 1963 FREEDOM FROM HUNGER BOOKLET PANE SHEET .......................................... PH

2114



(840 var) 1983 MILITARY INDUSTRIES 12s MULTI, BLUE & BLACK ONLY, STRIP .................................. PH

$350

Vertical left margin strip of 4 with full selvage and tab at bottom. Only black and dark blue colors & tagging present on three stamps and tab (Bale $230); top stamp completely blank and lacks phosphorescent bands (not listed in Bale). Strip folded on center perfs, MINT never hinged, very fine. Normal stamp included for comparison. (Bale #848a)



(2) 1852 COAT OF ARMS 10c BLACK ON ROSE .................................................................................... PH

174

$350

Choice stamp, fresh & bright, original gum, hinge remnant, extremely fine. Signed Raybaudi. (Sassone #2 €€ 900=US$1239) Cat $600. 2117



(5) 1852 COAT OF ARMS 40c BLACK ON BLUE, W/O PERIODS, GUTTER BLOCK ............................ PH $4000

Spectacular block of 4 with full horizontal gutter between. Deep, rich color, full original gum, MINT never hinged, large margins all around showing small parts of the four adjacent stamps above and below, light horizontal crease in gutter as always. The full sheets were folded through the gutter before being shipped to the individual post offices, Sassone notes that a gutter crease is normal, this one is 1mm below the top pair and nearly imperceptible from the front. Backstamped in gutter and both pairs signed on the face in the gutter by Vaccari. A rare and choice block. Scott cat value $450 for hinged single. (Sassone #6 hinged €€7500=US$10327)

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$250

Sheet of 16 with four booklet panes of 4 tete beche and horizontal gutter between. Serial number and date 1/25/63 in selvage. Fresh, very fine, mint never hinged. (Bale #IrS-17 $420)

$400

– ITALIAN STATES –

$300

Both lower left corner margin tabbed singles. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (Bale #29-30 $450) Cat $500. 2113

(J2, J4 vars) 1948 5m & 20m POSTAGE DUES, IMPERF, NO OVERPRINT ......................................... PH

Two horizontal imperf pairs on yellowish paper, 5m green & 20m blue Postage Dues lacking overprint. 5m left margin pair. MINT never hinged, both pairs with scattered tone spots, otherwise very fine. (2009 Tsachor Cert for both pairs). (Bale #PD2d, PD4d $600)

Complete set of 5 tabbed singles. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $250. 2111

2114X

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2115X

Estimate

2116

2118

2119

2120

2117

2121

2122

2125

2126

2123

2127

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2118



2128

Estimate

$200

2124



A RARE unused example of this very scarce color variety. Margins large to clear, fine to very fine. Unused, no gum. Signed A. Diena and Raybaudi. (1974 A. Diena & Raybaudi Certs). (Sassone #5a for no gum €€5000=US$6885) Cat $4500 for no gum. (13c) 1859 PROVISIONAL GOVT 10c BROWN, THICK ‘0’ IN ‘10’ ........................................................ PH



2125





Beautiful example of this scarce stamp, rich color, unused, no gum, exceptional margins, extremely fine and attractive, ‘perfetto’ per Diena. (1988 E. Diena Cert). (Sassone #7 €€ 3125= US$4303) Cat $3000 for no gum.

2123



TWO SICILIES 2128

Distinct rose cast to the gray paper, described as ‘rose gray’ in Sassone and given a separate major listing. Huge margins, showing complete dividing lines on three sides, to large. Faint vertical crease in center and toning at left, otherwise very fine. Original gum, previously hinged. (1980 E. Diena Cert). (Sassone #14 €€ 5500=US$7573) Cat $3600. (22d) 1868 PAPAL ARMS 10c ORANGE VERMILION, BLOCK, IMPERF HORIZONTALLY .......................... PH

(4) 1851 LION 1cr CARMINE .................................... PH $1500

2127 () (7) 1851 LION 6cr SLATE BLUE ............................... PH $2000

(14b) 1859 PROVISIONAL GOVT 20c PALE BLUE, THICK ‘0’ ................................................................... PH $1400

(13a) 1867 PAPAL ARMS 3c BLACK ON LILAC GRAY .................................................................................... PH $1500

$250

Nice example of this scarce stamp, margins large to just clear, fine. Original gum, previously hinged. Signed Raybaudi. (1991 Raybaudi Cert). (Sassone #4d €€ 12500=US$17212) Cat $11,000.

Beautiful stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine and choice. (2011 Sismondo Cert; 2002 Raybaudi Cert) (Sassone #15d) Cat $1450 for hinged. 2122

(15) 1861 VICTOR EMMANUEL II 3L BRONZE ....... PH

TUSCANY 

$750

ROM A N S TAT E S

$200

Rich color, fresh bronze ink, very fine and attractive, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $425. 2126

A very scarce variety. Fresh color, large margins all around, very fine. Partial original gum, previously hinged. Signed A. Diena. (2008 Sismondo Cert). (Sassone #14d €€ 2200= US$3029) Cat $1500.

(12) 1862 VICTOR EMMANUEL II 20c INDIGO, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

Fresh and attractive block of 4, rich impression and color. Full OG, lightly hinged at top, bottom pair never hinged with expertizer’s pencil notes. (Identified and expertized ‘Colla’, Dr. Giorgio Colla Asinelli). (Sassone #15E €€ 640=US$881) Cat $380 for hinged.

2119 () (5a) 1852 CROWN & FLEUR-DE-LIS 40c BLACK ON PALE BLUE ......................................................... PH $1750

2121

2130

SARDINIA

PA R M A



2129

Estimate

(10) 1859 PROVISIONAL COAT OF ARMS 5c GREEN .................................................................. PH

Fresh color, margins all around, original gum, hinge remnant, diagonal crease, otherwise very fine. Cat $1450.

2120

2124



(21) 1861 VICTOR EMMANUEL II 1g BLACK .......... PH

$250

Rich color, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine and attractive, signed Sorani. Cat $400. 2129



(23) 1861 VICTOR EMMANUEL II 5g CARMINE ROSE .................................................................................... PH

$200

Fresh, very fine, original gum, hinge remnant, signed. Cat $290. 2130



(26) 1861 VICTOR EMMANUEL II 20g YELLOW ..... PH

$600

Fresh and bright, MINT never hinged, tiny internal crease, otherwise extremely fine. Cat $550 for hinged.

$250

Cool block, imperf horizontally, fresh and bright, original gum, top pair previously hinged, very fine. (1972 Chiavarello Cert) (Sassone #26g €€ 700=US$963) Cat $480.

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2131

Estimate

2132

Estimate

2134

2135X

2137X

2133

2136 2138

2139

2144

2146

2140

2141

2145

2148

2142

2147X

2149

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2150

Estimate

2135



– ITALY – Rare and dramatic error, with top part of design, ‘C.POSTE 10,’ appearing at bottom, a result of a 4mm horizontal perforation shift. Unused, no gum, fine. Signed A. Diena. (1975 Bolaffi ‘Ambassador’ Cert; 1961 Alberto Diena Cert). Sassone value for original gum €€ 18,000, pro-rated value (based on normal stamp) is €€ 11,450. (Sassone #1s) (20) 1862 VICTOR EMMANUEL II 40c RED ............. PH

2133



(21 var) 1862 VICTOR EMMANUEL II 80c ORANGE, IMPERF AT BOTTOM ................................................ PH

2136



2137



(23a) 1863 VICTOR EMMANUEL II 15c BLUE, TYPE I ........................................................................ PH

Fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. Cat $400.

$400

$200

P (45P-51P) 1879 HUMBERT I 5c-2L, IMPERF PROOFS .................................................................................... PH $1500

Scarce set of 7 imperforate proofs. Fresh and bright, MINT never hinged, ‘original gum, which is very thin and translucent, as it was originally applied (except for the 25c which was never gummed).’ All with large margins, 30c brown showing part of imprint in bottom selvage, extremely fine and attractive set. (2011 Sismondo Cert). (Sassone #P37-43 €€2850=US$3924)

Imperforate at bottom, MINT never hinged, very fine. Sassone for hinged €€ 250, which is more than 3.5x premium over normal. Scott $175 for normal, ECV $600+. (Sassone #4l) 2134

(43 var) 1878 SURCHARGED OFFICIAL 2c ON 5L LAKE, SHIFTED OVERPRINT ............................. PH

Two used surcharged officials, fine, tied to fragment with Dec. 1879 cds, bottom stamp (Scott #43 var) with 3mm shift of overprint (Sassone states it should be 2mm or more), top stamp normal overprint, nice piece. Listed but not priced as used in Sassone (mint €€ 3000, other comparables used at €€1000).

$200

Fresh, well centered, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine and attractive, signed A. Diena. Cat $325.

(37-44) 1878 SURCHARGED OFFICIALS 2c ON 2c-10LLAKE .............................................................. PH $6000

Complete certified set of 8, all fresh, MINT never hinged, fine or better, each signed E. Diena, some with additional signature(s). Each with E. Diena certificate, 1986-90. Rare and spectacular set. Cat $9665.

2131 () (17 var) 1862 VICTOR EMMANUEL II 10c BISTER, DRAMATIC PERF SHIFT .......................................... PH $3000



2151

Estimate

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2132

2143

$250 2138



(47) 1879 HUMBERT I 20c ORANGE ....................... PH

$500

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine, signed Oliva & E.Diena. (1990 E. Diena Cert) Cat $950.

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Estimate

2154 2152

2153

2156

2155

2157X

2158

Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

2139





$400

Estimate

2151



(48) 1879 HUMBERT I 25c BLUE ............................. PH



(49) 1879 HUMBERT I 30c BROWN ......................... PH

$200

2152



Beautiful example, extraordinary centering, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine, signed A. Diena & Bolaffi. Cat $260. 2142



(52) 1889 ARMS OF SAVOY 5c DARK GREEN ....... PH

2143



(65) 1890 SURCHARGED 20c ON 30c BROWN ...... PH

2144



(66) 1890 SURCHARGED 20c ON 50c VIOLET ....... PH

2153



2154





(67) 1891 ARMS OF SAVOY 5c GREEN .................. PH

$250

Rich color, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, fine, signed A.Diena, E.Diena and others. (1978 Massilia Cert) Cat $550. 2146



(107v) 1917 VICTOR EMMANUEL III 60c CARMINE, IMPERF PAIR ............................................................. PH

2147



(117-18) 1910 GARIBALDI 5c CLARET & 15c GREEN ................................................................ PH

P (118P) 1910 GARIBALDI 15c GREEN, PROOF ........ PH



2150



2156



(133 var) 1921 DANTE, UNISSUED 15c GRAY, IMPERF AT LEFT ...................................................... PH

2157



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(189 var) 1927 VOLTA 50c GREENISH BLACK, MISPERF ................................................................... PH

$400

(514) 1949 TRANSPORTATION 50L BRIGHT ULTRA, BLOCK ....................................................................... PH

$150

(518) 1949 ROMAN REPUBLIC CENTENARY 100L BROWN ............................................................. PH

$200

(C42-47) 1933 ZEPPELIN 3L-20L ............................. PH

$200

Complete set of 6. 5L (C43) faint toning spots on gum not visible on face, otherwise fresh, fine to very fine set. Cat $325. 2158



(C65) 1934 PLANE & STADIUM 10L + 5L BROWNISH BLACK .................................................. PH

$300

Roma cds, very fine. Cat $550. 2159



(E2 var) 1903 ESPRESSO 50c ROSE RED, IMPERF .................................................................................... PH

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine imperf single. Signed A. Diena. (Sassone #4a hinged €€200=US$275) 2160



$400

Scarce variety of this unissued stamp (noted in Scott), imperforate at left showing large part of adjacent stamp. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Scott for perforated single $400, Sassone with a 3.5 times premium for the imperf at left variety. (Sassone #116Ak for hinged €€700=US$963) St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

$250

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $255.

(123c) 1911 VICTOR EMMANUEL III 15c SLATE, BOOKLET PANE ....................................................... PH $1000

Attractive booklet pane with marginal inscription in tab. Fresh, MINT never hinged, usual post office staple holes, fine to very fine. Cat $1500 for hinged.

(182a) 1926 ST. FRANCIS 1.25L DARK BLUE, PERF 13½ .................................................................. PH

Attractive bottom left corner margin block of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, well centered, extremely fine. Cat $210.

$200

Proof in issued color on thin card, unused, no gum as issued. Fresh, extremely fine. (Sassone #P90 €€ 450=US$619) 2149



$250

Set of 2. Fresh, original gum, previously hinged, 5c very fine, 15c fine. Cat $490. 2148

2155

$250

Vertical imperforate pair, part imprint in selvage at bottom. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (Sassone #111d hinged €€500=US$688)

$500

Dramatic 4mm horizontal perforation shift at bottom resulting in the loss of the lower label (‘Cent/Volta/60’). Fresh, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. Spectacular error. Signed E. Diena. (Sassone #211fd €€1000=US$1377)

$200

Fresh fine, original gum, lightly hinged, signed A. Diena. Cat $550. 2145

(175c) VICTOR EMMANUEL III 60c BROWN CARMINE, PERF 11x13½ ......................................... PH

Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, hinge remnants. Cat $475.

$500

Nice stamp, fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine, signed. Cat $950.

$200

Rare perf variety, fresh, MINT never hinged, fine, signed E. Diena. (Sassone #186aa for hinged €€ 800=US$1101) Cat $825.

$200

Fresh, fine, original gum, lightly hinged, signed A. Diena. Cat $875.

(133 var) 1921 DANTE 15c VIOLET BROWN, IMPERF BLOCK, DOUBLE IMPRESSION, ONE INVERTED ......................................................... PH

Dramatic variety, lower left imperforate corner margin block of 4, double impression, one inverted. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (Sassone #116d var, hinged €€ 440=US$605)

$200

Fresh, original gum, hinge remnants, typical centering, fine. (2010 APS Cert #194541). Cat $800. 2141

2160

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(48) 1879 HUMBERT I 25c BLUE ............................. PH

Fresh and bright, original gum, previously hinged, fine, signed Raybaudi. (1989 Raybaudi Cert) Cat $800. 2140

2159

(J10a var) 1870 FIRST PRINTING 50c BUFF & MAGENTA, NUMERAL INVERTED .......................... PH $7500

Rare 1870 first printing (‘vecchia tiratura’ per Cert) with numeral inverted. Fresh, original gum, hinge remnant, typical fine centering. Sassone lists but does not price this variety, only a few examples known, which makes it scarcer than other inverts listed as high as €€ 22,000. Signed Fiecchi and E. Diena. A spectacular rarity. (1977 Fiecchi Cert). (Sassone #9b)

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2161

Estimate

2162X

Estimate

2164 2163

2165X

2166

2167

2168

2169 2170 Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

2171



(J11 var) 1870 NUMERAL 60c OCHER & LAKE ..... PH

2162 () (J25-27) 1890-91 SURCHARGES 10c-30c ............... PH (Q32) 1932 PARCEL POST 2L GREEN, PERFORATED ONLY AT TOP ............................................................ PH



(Q91 var) 1957 PARCEL POST 2000L RED BROWN & CARMINE, BLOCK, PERFORATION SHIFT ......... PH



(SASSONE #1k, 4k) 1944 ISSUE 15c GREEN & 30c BROWN, ‘I’ INSTEAD OF ‘l’ IN ‘Sociale’ ........... PH



(SASSONE #2f) 1944 ISSUE 20c CARMINE, PAIR, SHIFTED OVERPRINT .............................................. PH



– ITALIAN COLONIES – ERITREA 

(5) 1892 HUMBERT 20c ORANGE ........................... PH

$200

Fresh and bright, original gum, previously hinged, very fine. Cat $375. 2171



(6) 1892 HUMBERT 25c BLUE ................................. PH

$250

Scarce stamp, original gum, hinge remnant, short corner perf, fine to very fine. Cat $1350. L I B YA 2172



(1-15) 1912-22 OVERPRINTED 1c-10L .................... PH

$300

Complete set of 15. Fresh, fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $793. 2173



(16) 1912 OVERPRINT 15c SLATE .......................... PH

$200

Fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $325. 2174



$300

(31) 1921 VICTORY 10L DARK BLUE & OLIVE GREEN ........................................................... PH

$100

Fresh, fine only, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $400. SOMALIA 2175



(Q56-64) 1950 PARCEL POST 1c-3s ........................ PH

$200

Complete set of 9. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $336.

$200

– ITALIAN OFFICES ABROAD – OFFICES IN CHINA - PEKING

TRIESTE ZONE A 

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $325.

Dramatic error with shifted overprint. MINT never hinged, very fine. Signed. (Sassone #2f €€480=US$660) 2167

(Q26) 1954 PARCEL POST 1000L ULTRA ............... PH

$400

Two variety stamps, each in horizontal pair with normal. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (Sassone #1k, 4k €€ 900= US$1239) 2166

2169

$150

TERAMO

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $350.

2170

A MINT never hinged left sheet margin block of 4, horizontal perfs shifted down so that ‘POSTALE’ imprint at top appears at bottom of stamp. Fresh, very fine and dramatic error. (Sassone #103/Io €€1200=US$1652) 2165

(Q11) 1948 PARCEL POST 300L BROWNISH CARMINE ................................................................... PH

$125

Dramatic perf shift leaving sides and bottom imperf, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. (Sassone #31f €€ 550= US$757) 2164



$500

Complete set of 3. Unused, no gum. Fine. Cat $415. 

2174 Estimate

2168

Scarce 1870 printing, listed in Sassone, not listed in Scott. (Scott lists the 1890 and 1925 printings only). Fresh colors. Original gum, previously hinged, a few shortish perfs, as usual for this issue, otherwise fine. Signed E. Diena & Sismondo. (2008 Sismondo Cert). (Sassone #S10 €€1625=US$2237) 2163

2173

Estimate

Italy – Foreign Stamps, cont. 2161

2172X

(Q10) 1948 PARCEL POST 200L GREEN ................ PH

$300

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Signed Bloch. Cat $575.

2176



(1) SURCHARGED 2¢ ON 5c GREEN ...................... PH

$150

Tied to small piece with 3/20/18 Pechino double circle, fine. Cat $260. 2177



(3) SURCHARGED 4¢ ON 10c CLARET .................. PH

$150

Tied to small piece with 3/20/18 Pechino double circle, just fine. Cat $400.

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Estimate

2175X

2178 2176

2179

2177

2180

2184 2182X

2181

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2185X

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Estimate

OFFICES IN CHINA - TIENTSIN 2178



– JAPAN –

(4) 1917 SURCHARGED 6¢ ON 15c SLATE ............ PH $1000

Scarce stamp, fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $2250.

2183





(J1) NUMERAL 10c BUFF & MAGENTA, PAIR ........ PH

$150

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine pair showing large part of Constantinople control handstamp. Cat $280. 2180



(J5) 1922 NUMERAL 2L BLUE & MAGENTA .......... PH $1000

Rare stamp, showing both Constaninople control mark and double circle date stamp, signed Raybaudi and others. Fine. Cat $3000.

2184



2181



2185

(NC6 var) 1941 OVERPRINT ON 100d SINGLE STAMP ....................................................................... PH $1000

Top margin single Greek Airmail stamp (Scott C30) with black overprint for Italian Occupation. Signed in pencil A.Diena in top selvage and on back, also signed on back E. Diena and Raybaudi. Light overall toning, very fine. MINT never hinged. (Michel #63I €€6000=US$8262) I TA L I A N S O C I A L R E P U B L I C 2182



(Q8, Q10-11) 1944 PARCEL POST 2L, 10L, 20L ...... PH



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$175

(276-79) 1938-39 COILS ½s-14s, PAIRS .................. PH

$300

Complete set of 4 pairs. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $269 for hinged. 2186



(340) 1944 TORII OF MIYAJIMA 30s BLUISH GREEN, FULL PANE ....................................................................

$200

A MINT never hinged full pane of 100 with selvage markings and imprint at bottom. Previously folded in half, very fine. Cat $200 for hinged. 2187 () (351-53, 355) 1945 WARTIME IMPERF DEFINITIVES, FULL PANES (WHOLESALE) ................................... $750-1000

$400

Three key values, MINT never hinged, fine. (Michel #P43, P46-7 €€ 1370=US$1886) Cat $1310.

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(273) 1939 GREAT BUDDHA AT KAMAKURA ¥1 BROWN & PALE BROWN, MULTIPLE ................ PH

A MINT never hinged block of 50 with selvage at top and bottom, partial imprint. Fresh, fine to very fine. Cat $175 for hinged.

– ITALIAN TERRITORIES – IONIAN ISLANDS

$350

Group of full panes of 100 for many wartime definitives, each with full selvage. Includes (one pane for each): Scott #257, 259, 261-62, 265, 267-68, 270-72, 325, 330-34, 337-39. Most sound, some previously folded, some wrinkles or minor edge wear from storage, two have perf separations in top selvage. Each has sound imprint blocks at bottom. Overall very fine. Cat $1125.

O F F I C E S I N T U R K EY - CO N S TA N T I NO P L E 2179

(257//339) 1937-45 WARTIME DEFINITIVES, FULL PANES ..................................................................

Wholesale lot of full panes of 100 for definitives 2s rose red Nogi (x66), 3s rose carmine Sun & Cherry Blossoms (x36), 5s green Sunrise & Plane at Sea (x92), and 10s red orange Mt. Fuji & Cherry Blossoms (x62). Panes are imperforate, on watermarked paper, without gum as issued during the last year of the war. Noted some slight shade variations. Each has full selvage, few have been previously folded, each has imprint at bottom. Some minor selvage wear expected from storage, overall very fine. Cat $6730.

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Estimate

2188

2190

2193X

2189X

2192

Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

2194 Estimate

2188 () (354) 1945 ENEMY COUNTRY SURRENDER 10s LIGHT GRAY, FULL PANE ........................................ PH

2189 () (367) 1947 KIYOMIZU TEMPLE ¥2 VERMILION, FULL PANES (x3) ...................................................... PH

$300

Three full panes of 100 on watermarked paper, imperf, without gum as issued. Full selvage, never folded, imprint at bottom center. Very fine. Cat $600. (422a) 1948 BEAUTY S/S ......................................... PH



(517) 1951 HIMEJI CASTLE ¥14 BROWNISH CARMINE (x14) .............................. View photo online

2195



(90) 1948 SYGMAN RHEE 5wn DEEP BLUE ........... PH

2196



2197



$150

(287a-89a) 1958 CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR S/S ...... PH

2198



(C27-30) 1962-63 PLANE & BUILDINGS 4w-40w .... PH

180

$150

$350

Complete set of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $585.

– KOREA (NORTH) – 2199 () (16) 1949 FLAG 6w BLUE & RED, FULL PANE ...........

$250

Full pane of 100. Red & blue guide marks at top and bottom margins, without gum as issued, rouletted 12. A few margin nicks, previously folded in quarters, otherwise very fine. Scarce full pane. (Michel #19xbA €€350=US$481) Cat $400. 2200



(2698-2702) 1987 PHILATELIA ’87 SET & S/S ........ PH

$150

Complete set of 4 margin singles plus S/S. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $250.

– LAOS – 2201



(25-26, C13) 1954 TEMPLES 2pi-50pi ..................... PH

$150

Complete set of 3. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $255.

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$500

Complete set of 3 S/S. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $262.

$150

All three versions of design type A80. Includes Scott #126 unwatermarked, never hinged; #187C watermarked, smaller size, lightly hinged, small natural paper wrinkle; #189 larger size, never hinged. Fine to very fine. (Proceeds benefit the APS). Cat $188 for hinged.

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(264a) 1957 KOREA/US FRIENDSHIP S/S ............... PH

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $875.

Fresh, fine, MINT never hinged. Cat $550. 2193/(126, 187C, 189) 1951-53 TOMB MURAL 1000w GREEN, THREE TYPES ........................................... PH

$500

Complete booklet, five panes with interleaving. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine and attractive. Cat $875.

– KOREA – 

(212Fa) 1956 RECONSTRUCTION BOOKLET ........ PH

$250

Small wholesale group of 14. Fresh, MINT never hinged, a few light gum wrinkles, very fine. Cat $770.

2192

(211) 1955 RECONSTRUCTION 20h BLUE, WMK WAVY LINES ................................................... PH $1000

Exceptional centering, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $1600.

$150

Fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $200 for hinged. 2191



$500

Full imperforate pane of 100, without gum as issued. Full selvage with guide marks and imprint at bottom right. Very fine. Cat $1000.



Estimate

2194

Japan – Foreign Stamps, cont.

2190

2195

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2198

2197X

2196

2202X 2201X

2200X

2204X

2206X

2207X

Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

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2205

– LEBANON – 2202



Estimate

(C49-56) 1936 TOURIST PUBLICITY 50c-25p ......... PH

$125

P (788-90, C218) 1977 QUEEN ELIZABETH II & TUBMAN PROOFS ......................... View photo online

Complete set of 8. Fresh, very fine. Original gum, previously hinged. Cat $185.

– LIBERIA – 2203



(341-46) 1953 BIRDS 1¢-12¢ FULL PANES ......................................................... View photo online

2206 $125

E 1950s GREAT BRITAIN FRIENDSHIP 25¢ AIRMAIL HAND PAINTED ESSAYS .......................................... PH

$300

Interesting group consisting of three different color separation transparency proofs; two black die proofs; three different hand colored essays on card, two used for issued stamps; pencil drawn essay on card for issued stamp; two different pencil essays for human figures depicted on 80¢ value and some collateral material. Probably unique holding. Fine to very fine.

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$600

Group of 6 different hand painted essays, each on card (2½x2¾”) for unissued LIBERIA & GREAT BRITAIN flag airmail. These were prepared in anticipation of a planned visit of QE2 to West Africa which did not take place. These essays may have foreshadowed 1952 25¢ Flags of Five Nations airmail (Scott C70). Colorful and fine to very fine.

Complete set of 6 in full panes. Triangular stamps 1¢, 4¢ & 5¢ in panes of 24, others have 20. MINT never hinged, inscription in selvage, very fine. Attractive set. (Michel #450-55 €€206=US$283) Cat $212. 2204 P/E (555-56) 1971 WOMEN’S SUFFERAGE 3¢ & 80¢ ESSAYS & PROOFS ................................................. PH

$250

Rare group of 17 imperforate proofs from Format International Security Printers for Silver Jubilee issue. Includes three complete sets of 3, and three airmail S/S. Also three proofs for 75¢ single that was never issued except in S/S form. Very fine.

2207

E (C71-76) 1953 AIRMAILS, HAND PAINTED ESSAYS 12¢-$1 ......................................................................... PH

$750

Complete set of 6, each value hand painted on card (5x6¼”) that is further affixed to slightly larger card. Each with color and design similar to issued stamp. The 12¢ & 35¢ with pencil written notes in margin indicating possible changes to color or design. Original artwork is rarely offered. Some toning or selvage dents. Probably unique set. Fine to very fine.

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2208X

2209

Estimate

2210X

2211X 2212X

2214

2215

2220

2223X

2213

2216X

2221

Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

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Estimate

– MARTINIQUE –

Foreign Stamps, cont.

– LIECHTENSTEIN – 2208



2214

(54-69) 1921 SCENES 2rp-1fr .................................. PH



$250



(57a) 1921 ARMS 5rp OLIVE GREEN (JUMBO) ...... PH

2210



(82-89) 1928 JOHANN II 10rp-5fr .............................. PH



(108-10) 1933 VIEWS 25rp-1.20fr ............................. PH

$200

Complete set of 3. Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $295.

– LUXEMBOURG – 2212



(318-20) 1956 EUROPA ISSUE 2fr-4fr ...................... PH

$125

Complete MINT never hinged set of 3. Fresh, fine to very fine. Cat $200.

– MACAO – 2213



(529a) 1986 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS S/S ............ PH

$200

Souvenir sheet issued for Ameripex ’86. MINT never hinged, extremely fine. (Michel #Block 4 €€500=US$688) Cat $300.



(284) 1898 MAIL COACH 10c LILAC ROSE ............ PH

182

$300

Scarce, unwatermarked issue, fresh, very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $550. 2216



(634-41) 1923 SCENES 2c-30c, ROULETTED ......... PH

$200

Complete set of 8. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $300. 2217/ (752) 1939 CENSUS 5c SLATE GREEN & GRAY GREEN (WHOLESALE) .....................................

$2000

Approximately 3,000 full panes of 50 (150,000 stamps) for MEXICO 5c Agriculture issue (Scott #752). Panes bundled into packs of 100, packed in shipping box. Scott value for MINT never hinged stamp approximately 50¢ each. Margins have engraved network design and black sequential serial numbers. Sheets are never hinged but there is bound to be some ‘stickage’, bending or selvage tears due to age and storage. Stamp shows hand planting seeds with two bulls looking on in silhouette; good for census, farming or cow topicalists! Cat $75,000.

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$250

Complete set of 8. Fresh, very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $435. 2211

– MEXICO –

$150

Spectacular stamp, the largest example we have seen, fresh, original gum, hinge remnant, extremely fine Jumbo. Cat $70.

$200

Block of 15 (5x3), sheet margins at sides and bottom, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $600.

Complete set of 16. Fresh, very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $370. 2209

(26) RED SURCHARGE 05c ON 10c BLACK, DUE, LARGE BLOCK ......................................................... PH

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2224

2225

Estimate

2226

2227

2230

2231

2232

2233

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2234 Estimate

2226



$650

(C93A) 1939 SARABIA FLIGHT 20c BLUE & RED ..... PH

$500

2227/(15) 1891 ALBERT I 10c BROWN ON STRAW, MILLESIMES ............................................................. PH



(C198a) 1950 MODERN ARCHITECTURE 20p CARMINE & BLUE GRAY, TYPE II DESIGN ............ PH

$200

Fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat value for NH. (1980 MEPSI Cert #5100) Cat $400. 2222



(C265c) 1972 MEXICO CITY UNIVERSITY STADIUM 80c CLARET, FULL PANE .............................................

2228



2223



(CO3-9) 1929 RED OVERPRINT 2c-40c ................... PH

2229



2230





(5) 1885 CHARLES III 15c ROSE ............................. PH

2225



(6) 1885 CHARLES III 25c GREEN ........................... PH

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$200

(27) 1891 ALBERT I 5fr ROSE ON GREENISH, MILLESIMES ............................................................. PH

$300

$200

Fresh, very fine, stamps MINT never hinged, hinged in gutter. Cat value for singles, no premium added for millesimes. Cat $350. 2232/(28) 1921 ALBERT I 5fr DULL VIOLET, MILLESIMES .................................................................................... PH

$400

Fresh, fine ‘0’ millesimes gutter pair, stamps MINT never hinged, lightly hinged in gutter. Cat values for singles, no premium added for millesimes. (Dallay #46 €€920=US$1266) Cat $700. 2233



(29) 1921 ALBERT I 5fr DARK GREEN, MILLESIMES .................................................................................... PH

$150

Fresh, very fine ‘1’ millesimes, stamps MINT never hinged, lightly hinged in gutter. (Dallay #47 hinged €€300=US$413) 2234



$250

Original gum, hinge remnant, fine. Cat $700.

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(17) 1891 ALBERT I 15c ROSE ................................ PH

2231/(27) 1891 ALBERT I 5fr ROSE ON GREENISH, GUTTER PAIR ........................................................... PH

$150

Fresh color, large part original gum, previously hinged, fine. Cat $350.

$150

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine ‘0’ millesimes gutter pair. Scott value for singles, Dallay for millesimes. (Dallay #21 €€600=US$826) Cat $350.

– MONACO – 2224

(15, 17, 20) 1891 ALBERT I 10c-25c ......................................................... View photo online

Choice centering for this issue, fresh, MINT never hinged, with gutter attached at right, extremely fine and attractive. Cat $275.

$300

Complete set of 7. Original gum, previously hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $585.

$200

Three stamps, fresh, original gum, previously hinged, just fine. Cat $550.

$100

A MINT never hinged full pane of 50. Imprint ‘Talleres de Imp.’ at bottom, serial number ‘74189’ in selvage, red pencil mark in selvage, vertical ‘MEX-MEX’ watermark, perf 11. Very fine. Cat $125.

$250

Fresh, very fine ‘8’ millesimes gutter pair. Stamps MINT never hinged, very lightly hinged in gutter. Cat values for singles, no premium added for millesimes. (Dallay #14 €€420=US$578) Cat $320.

Great upper left plate single, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine and attractive. Cat $800. 2221

(15) 1891 ALBERT I 10c BROWN ON STRAW, MILLESIMES ............................................................. PH

Fresh, very fine ‘7’ millesimes gutter pair. Original gum, previously hinged (left stamp NH), fine to very fine. (Dallay #14 €€ 600=US$826)

(C49) 1932 SURCHARGED 30c ON 20c BROWN OLIVE (WHOLESALE) .............................................................. $1000

Wholesale lot of 344 full sheets of 60 (20,640 stamps) for surcharged 30c on 20c brown olive rouletted Airmail Scott C49. Each sheet has two panes of 30 with horizontal gutter between, each pane with sequential black serial number. MINT never hinged, Scott values at $1 each. Some typical storage issues such as curled corners or minor edge wear to be expected. Overall very fine. A couple bundles have original post office bands with official handstamps. Cat $20,640. 2220

2229

Estimate

(821) 1946 ZACATECAS 400th ANNIVERSARY 12c PRUSSIAN BLUE (WHOLESALE) .........................

Wholesale lot of ten bundles of 100 panes of 50 (50,000 stamps). MINT never hinged, some expected edge curling, minor edge wear or similar issues with long term storage. Stamp shows Coat of Arms of the state of Zacatecas. Several still have official post office bands with handstamps. Fine to very fine. Cat $12,500. 2219

Estimate

(129) 1932 ROYAL PALACE 10fr DEEP BLUE, CORNER DATE BLOCK ............................................ PH

$600

Fresh MINT never hinged, corner date block of 4. Extraordinary centering, extremely fine and attractive. Cataloged as singles, no premium added for date. Cat $1000.

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Estimate

2235

2236X 2238X

2239

2240X

2241X

2243X

2244X

Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

2245 Estimate



(130) 1932 GARDENS 20fr BLACK, BLOCK ........... PH

2236/P(596 var) 1964 KENNEDY 50c BRIGHT BLUE & INDIGO, S/S & DELUXE PROOF .............................. PH

(933-34) 1974 RAINIER III 60c-2fr, COMPLETE SHEETS (x3) .............................................................. PH

2238



(B2-8) 1919 ORPHANS 2c-5fr ................................... PH $2000

Complete set of 7. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine, choice set. Rare NH set. Cat $3115. 2239/(B2-7) 1919 ORPHANS 2c-1fr, MILLESIMES .......... PH $1500

Set of 6 millesimes pairs (without 5fr), all with ‘9’ (1919) in gutter. Fresh, fine to very fine, all hinged in gutter, stamps MINT never hinged, except B5 25c blue stamps hinged. Scott for singles, Dallay for hinged millesimes. (Dallay #27-32 hinged €€3100=US$4268) Cat $2178.



184

$200

(B9a-11a) 1920 SURCHARGES 2c + 3c, INVERTED ‘c’ AFTER ‘3’ .......................................... PH $3000

Complete set of 3, each with inverted ‘c’. Rare set, only 100 issued. Fresh, very fine, original gum, previously hinged. (1986 Enzo Diena Cert) Cat $4500. 2242



(B18) 1920 ORPHANS 5fr+5fr RED .......................... PH $2000

Scarce stamp, fresh and fine, original gum, hinge remnant. Cat $6500. 2243



(B36-50) 1940 SURCHARGES 20c-20fr ................... PH

$200

Complete set of 15. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $300. 2244



(C41a-42a, C44) 1957 BIRDS 100fr-1000fr, PERF 13 ..................................................................... PH

$350

Complete set of 3 perf 13 issues. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (Ceres #66-68 €€642=US$884) Cat $517. 2245 () 1886 TELEPHONE STAMP 50c BROWN ON YELLOW .................................................................... PH

$300

Pristine example of this seldom seen stamp, unused, no gum on thin card as issued, extremely fine and choice. (Yvert #1 €€570=US$784)

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$500

Fresh, MINT never hinged complete sheets of 30 for 5 different values (x3 sheets of each value). Denominations include (by Scott): 60c #933, 80c #934, 1fr #936, 1.20fr #939 & 2fr #944. Very fine. (Yvert #992-96 €€2340=US$3222) Cat $1462.

(B9-17) 1920 VIEWS 2c-1fr ....................................... PH

Complete set of 9. Fresh, fine to very fine, original gum, previously hinged. Cat $371.

$300

Perforated S/S MINT never hinged & deluxe proof no gum as issued. Both fresh, very fine, in mounts on White Ace Kennedy pages. 



$750

Block of 4, high value of set, extraordinary centering, fresh, MINT never hinged, extremely fine. Cat $1400.

2237

Estimate

2240

Monaco – Foreign Stamps, cont. 2235

2237X

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2246

2247

Estimate

2248X 2249X

2250 2251

2256X 2252X

2253X

2254X 2255X

2257X

2258

2259X

2260X

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(2) 1852 WILLIAM III 10c LAKE, PAIR ..................... PH

P (12P) 1867 WILLIAM III 50c BRONZE, IMPERFORATE ......................................................... PH



(55-82) 1898-1924 NUMERAL & WILHELMINA ½c-60c ....................................................................... PH



(66a, 66a var) 1924 WILHELMINA 7½c BROWN, TETE-BECHE & TETE-BECHE GUTTER PAIRS .... PH

2250



(86) 1905 WILHELMINA 10g ORANGE .................... PH



2252



(101) 1913 WILHELMINA 10g RED ON STRAW ...... PH



2256



2257



$200

Set of 2, fresh, original gum, hinge remnants, fine to very fine. Cat $305. 2253/(124-34) 1923 WILHELMINA ANNIVERSARY 2c-5g .......................................................................... PH

2258



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(164-93) 1926-39 WILHELMINA ½c-60c ................... PH

$200

(168b-91a) 1926-27 WILHELMINA 2c-40c, SYNCOPATED PERFS TYPE A (2 SIDES) ............... PH

$250

(201) 1933 WILHELMINA 80c PRUSSIAN BLUE & RED ........................................................................ PH

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $350. 2259



(278-81) 1946 WILHELMINA 1g-10g ........................ PH

$250

Complete set of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $376. 2260



(318-20) 1956 LUXEMBOURG EUROPA 2fr-4fr ...... PH

$125

Complete set of 3. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $200. 2261



(319-22) 1949 JULIANA 1g-10g ................................ PH

$250

Complete set of 4. OG, previously hinged. High value 5g very fine, others FVF. Cat $400. 2262



$350

Complete set of 11. Fresh, fine only to very fine. Original gum, previously hinged, 2½g (key value) and a few others MINT never hinged. Cat $472 for hinged. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

$150

Complete set of 13. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $360.

Fresh, bright color, corner cancel, very fine. Cat $725. (104-05) 1920 SURCHARGED WILHELMINAS 2.50g ON 10g ............................................................. PH

(161-63) 1925-27 WILHELMINA 1g-5g ..................... PH

Complete set of 30, original gum, previously hinged, 10c violet (cv $3) short perf & tiny thin at top, otherwise fresh, fine only to very fine set. Cat $279.

$450 $400

$150

Complete set of 3, fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $258.

$200

Fresh color, The Hague postmarks, very fine. Cat $675. 2251

2255

$400

Two pairs, one tete-beche, the other tete-beche with full gutter between, the latter which carries nearly a 5 times premium former in the NVPH Catalog. Small thin in gutter, otherwise fresh, very fine pairs, original gum, previously hinged. Scott for basic tete-beche $80, ECV for both $450.

(142a-60a) 1925-26 GULL & WILHELMINA 1c-60c, SYNCOPATED PERFS TYPE A (2-SIDES) .............. PH

Complete set of 18, attractive cancels, fine to very fine. Cat $267.

$500

Complete set of 27. Original gum, hinge remnants, fine only to very fine. Cat $673. 2249



$125

Very fine and scarce, only 200 exist. Original gum, previously hinged. (NVPH #12 vii €€ 900=US$1239) 2248

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2254

Handsome pair, centered Roermond cds, margins huge to large, extremely fine. Cat $140. 2247

2262X

Estimate

– NETHERLANDS – 2246

2261X

(368-69) 1956 EUROPA 10c-25c, BLOCKS .............. PH

$200

Set of 2 blocks of 4, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $290.

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Estimate

2266X 2263X

2267X

2264X

2269X

2265X

2270

2268X

2274X 2271X

2273

Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

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Estimate

– PHILIPPINES –

Netherlands – Foreign Stamps, cont. 2263



(C13-14) 1951 SEAGULL 15g GRAY & 25g BLUE GRAY ............................................................... PH

$125

Complete set of 2, corner cancels, very fine and attractive used set. Cat $170. 2264



(GY1-7) 1921 MARINE INSURANCE 15c-7½g ........ PH

$450

Complete set of 7, fresh, original gum, previously hinged, fine to very fine (high values very fine). (2000 K. Lipsius Cert) Cat $634. 2265



(J78a-79a, var) POSTAGE DUE SURCHARGES 10c & 12½c, TETE-BECHE & TETE-BECHE GUTTER PAIRS ......................................................................... PH



1877-1903 TELEGRAM STAMPS 1c-2g .................. PH

$200

$400

Selection of seldom seen Telegram Stamps, 10 of 12 issued values, including good 2g (€€ 360), all with punch and blue crayon cancel. 1g (€ € 42) clipped perfs on one side, otherwise fine to very fine group. (NVPH #1-6, 9-12 €€800=US$1101) 2267



1884 POSTAL PROOF SEALS 1g-10g ..................... PH

Scarce complete set of 24 trial color proofs, all different colors: 12 proofs of the 20c value, and 12 proofs of 30c value. Position 8 from unique set of sheets of 9 stamps, all with ink position numbering in bottom selvage. Fresh, very fine. VERY RARE, only 9 sets exist!

– POLAND –

Complete set of two tete-beche and two tete-beche gutter pairs. Fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. (NVPH €€ 370= US$509) 2266

2268 TC 1950s CIGARETTE TAX PAID, TRIAL COLOR PROOFS COMPLETE SET ....................................... PH $1500

$250

2269()/ (156-62 var) 1921 CONSTITUTION 2m-50m, PERFORATION ERRORS & VARIETIES ................. PH

$200

Interesting selection of 4 singles and 2 pairs. Includes (unused, no gum unless noted): #156 bottom right corner margin single, imperf right & bottom; #156 bottom margin single, imperf at bottom; #156 right margin single imperf at right; #158 used top margin single, imperf at top; #161 used horizontal pair, imperf between; and #162 vertical pair, imperf between. The last with perfs just touching at top, fine; others all very fine, the singles with wide sheet margins.

Complete set of 7, postal cancels, fine to very fine. (NVPH #1-7 €€455=US$626) (800) 782-0066 • www.RegencySuperior.com

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Estimate

2277 2278X 2276X

2272

2279X

2280X

Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

2270



Estimate

(251) 1928 PHILATELIC EXHIBITION S/S ................ PH

$250

Estimate

2275



Very fine, MINT never hinged, tiny ink setoff on gum in center label. Cat $475. 2271



(C26A-26C) 1948 LEADERS 80z-120z, PANES ....... PH

– PORTUGAL – 2272



2276





(9) 1859 COAT OF ARMS 40pa BLUE ...................... PH

$125

2278



– RUSSIA – 

2279





$250

Complete set of 10. Fresh colors, original gum, previously hinged, 40k tiny thin speck, otherwise fresh, very fine set. Cat $435.

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(134-38) POST OFFICE 20c-2.75L ........................... PH

$350

(143-50) 1932 GARIBALDI 10c-5L ............................ PH

$350

Complete set of 8. Fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $587. 2280

(559-68) 1935 SPARTICIST GAMES 1k-40k ............ PH

$250

Complete set of 5. Fresh, very fine. Original gum, previously hinged. Cat $607.

Fresh, extremely fine, original gum, hinge remnant. Cat $175.

2274

(15) 1877 COAT OF ARMS 30c BROWN .................. PH

Fresh color, disturbed original gum, hinge remnant. Exceptional centering for this issue, light corner bend lower right, otherwise very fine. (Sassone #6 €€600=US$826) Cat $1000.

– ROMANIA – 2273

$200

– SAN MARINO – 

$150

A MINT never hinged souvenir sheet of 8. Wrinkles & creases in each corner, singles are very fine and catalog $190 alone. Cat $600.

(C37-39) 1933 STRATOSTAT 5k-20k ....................... PH

Complete set of 3. Fresh, very fine, original gum, lightly hinged. Cat $300.

2277

(586a) 1939 PORTUGUESE LEGION S/S ................ PH

$200

A MINT never hinged full sheet of 100. Stamp shows famous grandiose sculpture built for the 1937 Paris Expo. Very fine. Cat $375.

$800

Complete set of 3 panes (sheetlets) of 16 with 4 gutter labels. C26A 80z with one small tone spot in outer margin clear of stamps, otherwise fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine set. Scott for stamps only, Michel includes premium for center labels. (Michel #515-17 €€2000=US$2754) Cat $1200.

(2446) 1961 WORKER & COLLECTIVE FARMER 10k ORANGE, FULL SHEET .........................................

(304, C62a, C75) 1949-51 UPU ANNIVERSARY SHEETS ..................................................................... PH

$350

Three MINT never hinged miniature sheets of 6. Each with minor wrinkling, incomplete gum along top margin C62a. Fine to very fine. Cat $770.

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Estimate

2283

2282

2281X

2284

Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

2285

2286X

Estimate

Estimate

– SWITZERLAND –

San Marino – Foreign Stamps, cont. 2281



(C11-16) 1933 ZEPPELIN SURCHARGES 3L-20L, GUTTER PAIRS ......................................................... PH $1200

Complete set of 6 vertical pairs, large horizontal gutter between, each from same position with small part of imprint. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine and rare. High value signed Bolaffi on face in gutter. Scott $1200 for singles, no premium added for gutter. 2282



(C75) 1951 STAGECOACH 300L ROSE BROWN & BROWN, SHEET ........................................................ PH

$250

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine S/S of 6. Cat $400. 2283

P (J9P) 1897 NUMERAL 10L CLARET & DARK BROWN, PLATE PROOF PAIR ................................................. PH $250

Scarce plate proof pair, imperforate. Unused, no gum as issued, trivial natural paper wrinkles, very fine and attractive.. (Sassone #P4 €€ 560=US$771)

2289





(C18) 1941 ALLEGORY OF FLIGHT 5g BLUE GREEN ............................................................ PH

$250

– SWEDEN –

2286





2290





2291

2292





2293

$400



(92) 1888 HELVETIA 50c BLUE ................................ PH

$200



(185) 1930 JUNGFRAU 10fr GRAY GREEN ............. PH

$300

Fresh, MINT never hinged, signed A. Diena. Cat $225 for hinged. 2294

2295



(200-03) 1924 COAT OF ARMS 90c-2fr ................... PH

$200

2296

$500



(226) 1934 PHILATELIC EXHIBITION S/S ................ PH

$350



(226) 1934 PHILATELIC EXHIBITION S/S ................ PH

$300

Fresh, very fine, original gum, very lightly hinged. Cat $500.

2299

$500

(226) 1934 PHILATELIC EXHIBITION S/S ................ PH

Choice used S/S with 9/29/34 NABA First Day cancel. Very fine and attractive. Cat $550.

(194-96) 1921 VASA 20o-140o .................................. PH

$100



Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $825.

2298

(229) 1931 ROYAL PALACE 5k DARK GREEN ....... PH

(81) 1882 NUMERAL 15c YELLOW WHITE PAPER ........................................................................ PH

Scarce perf 9½, 1889 Neumunster cancel, fine to very fine. Cat $375.

Well centered, fresh color, Stockholm cds, very fine. (Facit #5 SKr18000=US$2798) Cat $2200.

Set of 15 (without watermarked 10o), complete set perf Facit. Fresh colors, attractive cancels, very fine. (Facit #196-210 SKr4000=US$621) Cat $1077. 2288

$250

Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat $800.

2297

(197-211) 1924 UPU CONGRESS 5o-5k ................... PH

(77) 1882 NUMERAL 2c BISTER, WHITE PAPER ...... PH

Luzern cds, very fine. (1993 Raybaudi Cert). Cat $450.

(5) 1855 COAT OF ARMS 24s DULL RED ............... PH $1250

Complete set of 3. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. (Facit #153-55 SKr750=US$116) Cat $99 for hinged. 2287

$200

Complete set of 4. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $325.

Key value, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $300 for hinged.

2285

(52a) 1874 HELVETIA 2c RED BROWN ................... PH

Fresh, attractive 1874 cancel, very fine. (1977 Rellstab Cert #5001) Cat $275.

– SURINAM – 2284

2287X



(B105) 1940 NATIONAL FETE S/S ........................... PH

$250

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $425. 

(B206) 1951 PHILATELIC EXHIBITION S/S ............. PH

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $275. 2300



(1O1-8) 1918 WAR BOARD OF TRADE OFFICIALS 3c-30c ......................................................................... PH

$500

Complete set of 8. Fresh, very fine, original gum, hinge remnants, signed A. Diena & Raybaudi. (1987 Raybaudi Cert) Cat $822.

$200

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. (Facit #233 SKr2500= US$388) Cat $300. (800) 782-0066 • www.RegencySuperior.com

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2288

Estimate

2289

2290

Estimate

2291

2292

2293

2294X

2298 2295

2297 2296

2300X

2299

2304

Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014



2306X



2306

(275-82) 1950 KING & PALACE 5s-3b ..................... PH



$125

(B12-30) 1920 SCOUT’S FUND OVERPRINTS ........ PH

2307



(605-24) 1923-25 CRESCENT & STAR 10pa-500pi .................................................................................... PH

$500

Complete set of 19. Fresh, fine to very fine. Original gum, previously hinged. Cat $798. 2304



(B25) 1916 OVERPRINTED 10pi RED ...................... PH

2308



$300

– VATICAN CITY – 

(19-34) 1933 ISSUE 5c-20L ............ View photo online

$350

2309



Complete set of 18. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $540.

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(35-40) 1934 PROVISIONAL SURCHARGES 40c-3.70L ................................................................... PH $1000

(35-40) 1934 PROVISIONAL SURCHARGES 40c-3.70L ................................................................... PH

$600

(35-40) 1934 PROVISIONAL SURCHARGES 40c-3.70L, FORGERED OVERPRINTS ......................................................... View photo online

$150

Complete set of 6 stamps, identified by consignor as having forged surcharges, and offered as such. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine.

Fresh, very fine. Original gum, previously hinged. Cat $500.

2305

2309

Complete set of 6. Original gum, previously hinged, fine & better, signed Diena and others. (1978 E. Diena Cert for set). Cat $1667.

– TURKEY – 

2307X

Complete set of 6, fresh and bright. Light cancels, very fine and attractive used set. Cert states overprints & cancels are genuine, and stamps are free of defects and in excellent condition. (1988 Bianchi Cert) Cat $1627.

$300

Complete run of 19 stamps (3 different sets). Some values possibly counterfeit, sold ‘as is’. Cat $1165.

2303

2303X

Estimate

Complete set of 8. Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $178. 2302

2302X

Estimate

– THAILAND – 2301

2301X

(39) 1934 PROVISIONAL SURCHARGE 3.05L ON 5L ......................................................................... PH

$250

Fresh color, small corner cancel, very fine and attractive. (1980 APS Cert #40647) Cat $475.

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2310

Estimate

Estimate

2311 2314

2315X

2312X 2318X

2316X

2319X

2320

2323X

Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

2324

Estimate

Estimate

– VENEZUELA –

Vatican City – Foreign Stamps, cont. 2310



(40) 1934 PROVISIONAL SURCHARGE 3.70L ON 10L ....................................................................... PH

$300

2320





(40) 1934 PROVISIONAL SURCHARGE 3.70L ON 10L ....................................................................... PH

$250

2321



Fresh, original gum, hinge remnant, very fine. (1986 Roumet Cert) Cat $475. 2312



(41-46) 1935 JURIDICAL CONGRESS 5c-1.25L ...... PH



(48-54) 1936 CATHOLIC PRESS CONFERENCE 5c-5L ............................................... View photo online

$600

$250

Set of 7 (missing #47 5c, cv $1.50), fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $485. 2314



(210 var) 1956 ST. RITA 25L OLIVE BROWN, IMPERF PAIR ............................................................ PH



(C16-17) 1948 TOBIAS 250L & 500L ........................ PH



(C16-17) 1948 TOBIAS 250L & 500L ........................ PH

– YEMEN – 2323





(C18-19) 1949 ANGELS 300L-1000L ......................................................... View photo online

1950 UNISSUED UPU SET, FULL PANES ................ PH

$250

$100

– YUGOSLAVIA –

Set of 2, fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $180. 2318



(C20-21) 1951 GRATIANUS 300L & 500L ................ PH

$250

Set of 2, fresh, MINT never hinged,, very fine, signed Bolaffi. (1964 Bolaffi Cert). Cat $395. 2319



(C20-21) 1951 GRATIANUS 300L & 500L ................ PH

$250

$300

Two sets of the complete set of 8 in full panes of 16 + 4 labels. Includes denominations: 4b, 6b, 10b and 14b regulars and Airmails, which show ruling Prince; labels show UPU Monument. Engraved, perforated, MINT never hinged. Bilingual selvage text honors 75th anniversary of the UPU. Fresh, very fine. Michel values imperf set at €€ 35 each (€€ 1120 total). (Michel #114A-21A)

$400

Set of 2, fresh, original gum, lightly hinged, very fine. Cat $440 for hinged. 2317

$125

Complete booklet with five sheets. Fresh, very fine, unused, no gum as issued. Cat $175 for no gum.

Complete set of 2, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $640. 2316

$500

– VIETNAM – 2322 () (C5-9) 1952 DRAGON & FISH 40c-3.70pi, SOUVENIR BOOKLET ................... View photo online

$400

A scarce imperforate horizontal pair. MINT never hinged, Very fine. Not listed in Sassone. 2315

(464-631, C338-53) 1951 COAT OF ARMS 5c-10b ............................................. View photo online

Complete set of 384 values on pages plus few duplicates, very difficult set to complete, especially used. Scott #491 nibbed perf. Fine to very fine. Cat $1356.

Complete set of 6. Fresh, MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. Cat $1045. 2313

$200

Fresh and bright, original gum, tiny hinge remnant, fine to very fine. Cat $375.

Fresh color, light cds, fine. (1980 APS Cert #40646) Cat $725. 2311

(149) 1899 BOLIVAR 2b ORANGE ........................... PH

TRIESTE ZONE B 2324



(C21) ESPERANTO 300d VIOLET & GREEN .......... PH

$150

Fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $250.

Set of 2, fresh, MINT never hinged, very fine. Cat $395. (800) 782-0066 • www.RegencySuperior.com

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USA STAMPLESS & STATE POSTAL HISTORY 2328  1870s-1990s COVER STOCK, COUNTIES H-J ....... $900-1200

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Texas cover stock with approximately 1,200 covers, mostly 1870s to modern, a few earlier. All sleeved, priced and sorted by county. Useful stock, generally inexpensive, occasionally better, noted some nice corner cards, advertising, registered, postage due, airmails, a few RPOs and more. Mostly commercial, some philatelic such as First Flights, First or Last Day covers, also some checks, photos, and other ephemera. A few highlights include: c.1876 U218 entire, Texana (DPO); c.1885 Greenville advertising cover with illustrated anvil; 1881 Hubbard octagon; 1854 Crockett; 1892 Fort Hancock; a number of DPOs including 1938 Kristenstad, Hood, Peoria, Brandon, Thorpe Springs and more. A few faults, generally fine to very fine or better.

2329  1870s-1990s COVER STOCK, COUNTIES J-N ..... $1000-1500 2325/D 1844-45 RESIGNATION & APPOINTMENT OF POSTMASTERS ................................................... PH $400-600

Series of correspondence across five documents on the removal and appointment of postmasters for Bordentown, New Jersey. Includes: (1) Initially, the Acting 2nd Assistant Postmaster General Childs writes to Congressman Sykes about the need for him to appoint a new postmaster for Bordentown since the current one, Mr. Bleyler, has ‘been twice reported...for neglect to deposite [sic] the proceeds of his office.’ (2) Free frank folded letter from Bleyler to Col. Cook announcing his resignation, and promise to pay back the shortage in his account. (3-4) Long handwritten letters between officials in response, expressing surprise at Bleyler’s problems and suggesting replacements in the patronage position. (5) Partially printed Post Office Department/ Appointment Office document dated April 11, 1845, addressed to Congressman Sykes, signed by Second Assistant Postmaster General ‘W. Morill’ on the appointment of Edward Robbins as the new Postmaster for Bordentown. Fine to very fine.

– TEXAS – 2326  1880s-1990s COVER STOCK, TARRANT COUNTY (FT. WORTH) ........................................................... $2000-3000

Tarrant County, TX, cover stock with approximately 2,600 items, mostly covers, but also lots of ephemera, 1880s to modern, all sleeved & priced. Useful stock and good survey of this county’s postal history. Generally inexpensive, occasionally better, noted some nice corner cards, advertising, registered, postage due, airmails and more. Mostly commercial, some philatelic, such as First Flights, First or Last Day covers, also some checks, photos and lots of other ephemera. Highlights include: many items to/from Carter Taylor (including stationery and checks); more. Some faults, generally fine to very fine or better.

Texas cover stock with approximately 1,500 covers, mostly 1870s to modern, a few earlier. All sleeved, priced and sorted by county. Useful stock, generally inexpensive, occasionally better, noted some nice corner cards, advertising, registered, postage due, airmails, a few RPOs and more. Mostly commercial, some philatelic such as First Flights, First or Last Day covers, also some checks, photos and other ephemera. A few highlights include: 1892 Corsicana to Austria; 1894 registered Kempner to Floral Park, NY; 1870s Sisterdale; 1881 Bracketville; more, including many DPOs including Turner’s Point, Japonica, Cleo, 1900 Standart, 1943 High, 1954 Howland (last day), 1954 Biardstown (last day), many others. A few faults, generally fine to very fine or better.

2330  1870s-1990s COVER STOCK, COUNTIES N-S ....... $900-1200

Texas cover stock with approximately 1,200 covers, mostly 1870s to modern, a few earlier. All sleeved, priced and sorted by county. Useful stock, generally inexpensive, occasionally better, noted some nice corner cards, advertising, registered, postage due, airmails, a few RPOs and more. Mostly commercial, some philatelic such as First Flights, First or Last Day covers, also some checks, photos and other ephemera. A few highlights include: U59 entire, San Augustine cds; 1894 Pendleton (DPO, 1872-1907); 1898 Pecos; 1886 Backville magenta cds w/matching target killer; 1899 Centennial, TX to NY, four color First Bureau franking; c.1900 R.E. Bell Hardware Co, Weatherford advertising covers (at least 3); 1/4/ 58 Veal’s Station manuscript postmark (Post Office was closed in 1908); 1906 Garner; 1866 Wheelock manuscript (stains); more, including many DPOs such as Mayflower, 1898 Laurel U313 & #257 (x2), 1938 Dora, 1942 Ollie, 1901 Dallardsville, 1931 Pickney, 1938 Chinati, 1944 Prade Ranch, 1954 Boxelder (last day), 1942 Bryarly, 1945 Acworth, and many others. Some faults, generally fine to very fine or better.

2327  1870s-1990s COVER STOCK, COUNTIES D-F ..... $1000-1500

Texas cover stock with approximately 1,200 covers, mostly 1870s to modern, a few earlier. All sleeved, priced and sorted by county. Useful stock, generally inexpensive, occasionally better, noted some nice corner cards, advertising such as Carbon Peanut Co of Carbon, TX, 1902 ‘Mexican & Indian Curio Co., El Paso to Santa Fe, New Mexico Territory, with receiving backstamp; more. Mostly commercial with Airmail, Registered, Postage Due, more. Some philatelic such as First Flights, First or Last day covers, Events and others; also some checks and other ephemera. Includes: scarce 1922 Cuero ‘Turkey Trot’ slogan cancel; 1889 East El Paso cds, very scarce, in use 1889-91, with ‘Collector of Cacti’ corner card; plus many DPOs, such as Sejita, Santa Cruz, Seven Sisters, Duvall, Crestonio and others. A few faults, generally fine to very fine or better.

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2331  1870s-1990s COVER STOCK, COUNTIES S-W (W/O TARRANT) ........................................................ $900-1200

USA COVERS

Texas cover stock with approximately 1,500 covers, mostly 1870s to modern, a few earlier. All sleeved, priced and sorted by county. Useful stock, generally inexpensive, occasionally better, noted some nice corner cards, advertising, registered, postage due, airmails, a few RPOs and more. Mostly commercial, some philatelic such as First Flights, First or Last Day covers, also some checks, photos and other ephemera. A few highlights include: 1876 Chester manuscript; 1907 Sansom (DPO, 1891-1921); 1896 Utopia magenta postmark w/ matching magenta star (x2); 1879 Fort Concho; 1880 magenta Fort Concho; c.1881 Ben Ficklin on postal card; more, including many DPOs such as 1937 Friday, 1932 Nigton (last day), 1939 Hicksbaugh (last day), 1911 Fordtran, 1893 Sunnyside, 1938 Lahey (last day), 1949 Tankersly and many others. Some faults, generally fine to very fine or better. 2332  1870s-1990s COVER STOCK, COUNTIES W-Z ...... $750-1000

Texas cover stock with approximately 900 covers, mostly 1870s to modern, a few earlier. All sleeved, priced and sorted by county. Useful stock, generally inexpensive, occasionally better, noted some nice corner cards, advertising, registered, postage due, airmails, a few RPOs and more. Mostly commercial, some philatelic such as First Flights, First or Last Day covers, also some checks, photos and other ephemera. A few highlights include: 1887 Aurora (DPO, 1873-1906) with nice grocer’s corner card; 1885 Paradise; 1899 Denver & Ft. Worth R.P.O.; 1888 Harold & Ft. Worth R.P.O.; a number of 1880s Witchita Falls; 1900 Denver & Ft. Worth R.P.O. cds on 2¢ stationery with straight line ‘J.W. ST. CLAIR’ across franking; more, including DPOs such as 1939 Beaukiss, 1937 Cheyenne and others. Some faults, generally fine to very fine or better.

2334  (1) 1847 FRANKLIN 5¢ RED BROWN, TWO SINGLES, ST. LOUIS TO NEW YORK CITY .............................. PH

$900

Two singles tied with multiple strikes of red ‘St. LOUIS, Mo./ 10’ cds, to blue folded letter sheet to New York. Both stamps with rich color and impression, left stamp extremely fine showing tiny parts of adjacent stamps above & below, right stamp with huge margins to just in bottom right. Letter sheet with horizontal filing fold at bottom and tiny edge wear at top, fine to very fine, scarce and desirable. (1975 PF Cert #51 339). Cat $1325.

– USA – 2333  1790-1867 INTERESTING STAMPLESS COVERS ..................................................... View photo online $400-600

Eight (8) better stampless covers. Includes: 1790 with black straightline ‘New York*May*26’ handstamp and manuscript ‘1.8’ to Philadelphia; 1825 to Philadelphia with red Savannah postmark, red ‘PAID’ and manuscript ‘25’; 1837 business correspondence in French, New York to Wohlen, Switzerland, with red crayon ‘48’ and ‘39’, red handstamp ‘C.T.F’ and black boxed Le Havre transit mark; 1848 to Washington, PA, with bold blue ‘Brownsville Pa’ postmark and blue ‘5’ in circle handstamp; cover to Watertown, NY, with red straightline ‘STEAM’ and red ‘10’ in circle, used by steamers in Detroit c.1845-50; ladies’ cover with manuscript ‘Paid 3’ and ‘Pillar Point/Jan 24 1853,’ to Vermillion, NY, Pillar Point is small settlement on Lake Ontario, enclosure; 1856 folded letter to Paris, manuscript ‘per “Canada”,’ black ‘8,’ red ‘New-York/ Am. Pkt’ datestamp, black Calais transit on front, red British transit mark on back along with two strikes ‘Forwarded By/ Robert & Williams/New-York’ red ovals; 1867 folded letter to Parnac, France, black San Francisco cds, blue merchant’s oval, blue Calais transit, Paris & Parnac cds on back. Generally fine to very fine with typical faults as small tears or file folds. Interesting selection.

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2335  (2) 1847 WASHINGTON 10¢ BLACK, BANK STATEMENT .................................................. PH $1250

Folded letter franked with extremely fine, large margin example of 10¢ Washington (Scott #2). Sound, tied by red grid cancel. Blue Baltimore cds and manuscript ‘paid’ on front. Contents dated 1850, and from a bank statement from Merchants’ Bank, addressed to cashier in Philadelphia. Very fine. Cat $1350.

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2339  (17) 1855 WASHINGTON 12¢ BLACK PAIR, ON TRANSATLANTIC COVER TO IRELAND .......... PH

USA Covers, cont. 2336/ (2) 1847 WASHINGTON 10¢ BLACK, ADDED TO USA-CANADA CROSS-BORDER COVER ............... PH

$625

Fine appearing Scott #2 small flaws, margins large to just touching bottom right, tied with red cancel, on genuine stampless cover from New York to Canada. A 2001 PSE Cert reads ‘It is a genuine STAMPLESS USAGE (USA #2 did not originate on this cover).’ It’s two lots in one! (2001 PSE Cert #53661). 2337  (5A, 7) 1851 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE Ib & TYPE II, VERTICAL PAIR ON COVER .................................... PH $4500

Positions 4 & 14R1e tied to 1852 Prices Current by blue Apalachicola FL cancel. Top stamp horizontal crease and bottom stamp with natural paper inclusion at bottom right, fine and rare. (1993 PF Cert #027086). Scott catalog for pair off cover is $14,000, a $4350 premium over individual stamps. Scott for #5A on cover $18,000, estimated cat value for pair on cover $22,350. 2338  (10A) 1851 WASHINGTON 3¢ ORANGE BROWN TYPE II, PRE-PRINTING CREASE ........................... PH

$125

Very fine 4 margin single tied to folded letter by blue Sept 7 Detroit, MI, cds. Slight pre-printing paper crease splits stamp design near upper right, making this an EFO item as well. Fresh appearance and pretty. Very fine. Cat $215.

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$350

Very fine centered pair on cover, tied by Dec 8, 1855, ‘SAVANNAH 3 PAID’ marking, addressed to New Ross, Ireland. Cover also bears red ‘3’ and red ‘Dec 23’ ‘PAID IN AMERICA’ Liverpool marking. Reverse side bears green Dec 24 marking (no city) and GREEN Ross, Ireland, CHRISTMAS DAY 1855 postmark. Right stamp in pair is affected by crease. Still pretty cover with many interesting markings. 2340  (19) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE Ia ON COVER ................................................................ PH $5000

Type Ia tied to cover by blue Feb 19, 1858, Montpelier, VT, cancel. Very fine example of this rare franking. Ex-White Collection. Cat $9500. 2341  (20) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE II, PLATE 4 ON LOCAL BOSTON COVER ................................... PH

$350

Top margin single centered to the left, showing Type II characteristics as well as part of top sheet margin. Stamp tied by Boston grid, with circular Sept 6 ‘BOSTON’ marking nearby. Scarce variety and use. Cat $1500.

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2342  (23) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE IV (x3) ON RAILROAD COVER ................................................... PH $2000

Scarce cover with 3 singles tied to folded letter by 3 good strikes Aug 24, 1857, black ‘New-York’ cds. Writer represents foreign bondholders in New London, Willimantic & Palmer Railroad (CT). Early use, just one month after earliest known use. Stamps with typical fine centering, vertical file fold affects left stamp otherwise cover very fine. Cat $2950.

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2345  (27, 35) 1858-59 JEFFERSON 5¢ BRICK RED & WASHINGTON 10¢ TYPE V, TO FRANCE ............... PH

2346  (31) 1857 WASHINGTON 10¢ GREEN TYPE I, SF TO DC ................................................................... PH

2344  (27) 1858 JEFFERSON 5¢ BRICK RED TYPE I, TO FRANCE ............................................................... PH $2500

2347  (31) 1859 WASHINGTON 10¢ GREEN TYPE I, FROM CALIFORNIA .................................................. PH

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$300

Small cover from California to Maine, franked with 10¢ green Type I, rounded corner lower left, tied by clear Columbia, Cal. 5/19/59 cds. Typical light soiling, fine to very fine. Cat $1450. 2348  (37) 1860 WASHINGTON 24¢ GRAY LILAC, SINGLE TO IRELAND ............................................... PH

Folded letter to France, franked with scarce vertical strip of 3, tied by two strikes 5/6/59 New Orleans cds. Various transit cds from New York, Paris and other French transit marks front & back, arriving 5/30. Correspondence in French, stamps sound and fine to very fine. (1985 PF Cert #0147062). Scott values used strip of 3 at $6500. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

$425

Fine single tied with San Francisco cds on cover to Washington, DC. Slightly soiled, otherwise very fine. Cat $1450.

2343  (23) 1857 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE IV (x3) ........... PH $1900

Scarce multiple of 3 tied to cover by blue town cancel (likely Cincinnati). Addressed to wealthy riverboat captain Ulysses P. Schenck, who owned half of Vevay, Indiana. Stamps fine to very fine with typical margins. Backflap mostly gone, few edge faults, pencil marks on back indicate positions 86-95-96R1L. Fine. Estimated cat $2900.

$400

Folded letter, San Francisco to France, franked with fine 5¢ and average 10¢, both tied with 1860 cds, New York and French transits on address side; several French backstamps. Cover soiled and creased, still scarce and desirable. Cat $2115.

$400

Nice little cover franked with fine single, cool grid cancel, red New York 19/12 currency exchange cds at side; 1860 Belturbet transit and Bally Connell receiver on back. Repaired tear at top well away from stamp and markings, otherwise very fine. Cat $1000.

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2352  (147, 152) 1870 REGISTRATION LABEL, STOVEPIPE CANCELS ............................................. PH

USA Covers, cont. 2349  (112) 1869 FRANKLIN 1¢ BUFF, FROM ALABAMA .................................................................................... PH

$150

Local cover franked with FVF single 1¢ Pictorial, tied by Oct 7 Tuscaloosa, Ala. cds and grid. Less common town cancel, fine to very fine. Cat $280. 2350  (112) 1869 FRANKLIN 1¢ BUFF, CORNER CARD ...... PH

$150

Cover with albino embossed return address for American Insurance Co. of Boston, franked with 1¢ Pictorial tied by circular grid cancel. Addressed to Exeter, NH, no other postal markings. Vertical file fold does not affect stamp or corner card. Fine to very fine. Cat $280.

2351  (119) 1870 PICTORIAL & BANKNOTE COMBO COVER .................................................................................... PH $250

Combo cover with 1869 Pictorial 15¢ type II single (Scott #119), plus single of Banknote 3¢ (Scott #147), both tied to reduced yellow colored cover to Lockport, NY, by New York cork cancels. The 15¢ well centered. Cover from Herman Herst Auction 114, from Everhart Collection. Cover faults, scarce combo.

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$300

Small cover to Waltham, MA, franked with Large Banknotes 3¢ green and 15¢ bright orange, each tied by black ‘stovepipe’ cancels. Black on purple ‘Registered./No.27.’ label at top, bold Leominster, MA, cds at bottom. Attractive and colorful, very fine. (2010 PF Cert #488637) Cat $377. 2353  (184) 1873 WASHINGTON BANKNOTE 3¢ GREEN (JUMBO) ...................................................... PH

$500

Stunning stamp, huge (1½-2mm) margins all around, light cork cancel, Pontiac, MI, cds at left, to Lansing. Slightly reduced at right, otherwise fresh, very fine cover. (2008 PF Cert #461171). 2354  (334 var) 1908 WASHINGTON 4¢ ORANGE BROWN, CHINA CLAY .............................................................. PH $1000

Extremely scarce, attractive registered cover with 4¢ China Clay use, plus 8¢ Scott #337 to make 12¢ rate. Corner card advertising sent from Henry Chapman Numismatist with Philadelphia registry cancel. Black wax seal with magenta 7/15/ 1909, Chicago receivers on reverse. Fine. (1993 PSE Cert #20896)

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2355

2358

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2355  (E4) 1895 MESSENGER RUNNING 10¢ BLUE, ON ENTIRE ................................................................ PH

$150

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2358  1918 NEW YORK-BOSTON EXPERIMENTAL FLIGHT .................................................................................... PH

Green 2¢ entire with 10¢ Special Delivery affixed beside, tied by three strikes 8/17 Minneapolis duplex cancels; 8/18 RPO & 8/19 Brooklyn, NY, transit cds on back. Minor fault on backflap from opening and faint file fold at right. Fine to very fine. Cat $300. 2356  (K2) 1919 OFFICES IN CHINA 4¢ ON 2¢ ROSE ....... PH

$110

Very fine single tied with 1922 U.S. Postal Agency, Shanghai, China duplex, lightly soiled and slightly reduced at left, fine. Used single cats $70, no cover pricing.

2359  1919 ATLANTA TO MACON EARLY EXPERIMENTAL FLIGHT ......................................... PH

2357  1918-78 AIRMAIL COVER SELECTION ..................... $500-700

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$100

Long envelope with J.K. Orr Shoe Company corner card, franked with 6¢ Jenny (C1) tied by bold May 8, 1919, Atlanta, GA, duplex cancel. Violet ‘Atlanta to Macon/Via/Aeroplane Mail Service’ handstamp, typewritten ‘Special Air-Service.’ at bottom. Addressed to Macon Telegraph in Macon, GA. This experimental flight was promoted by the Southeastern Aeronautical Congress in Macon and carried 500 pieces of mail. Some hinge remnants on back, file fold at center, fine to very fine. (AAMC #115f $150)

USA AIRMAIL COVERS Group of 188 Airmail related covers, from the early years to the 1970s. Highlights include Air Plane Stamp News cover postmarked 12/18/18 at Bellefonte, not flown (AAMC #110b); Century of Progress Baby Zepp on cover Friedrichshafen to Pernambuco (Sieger #241B €€ 200 with toning); First flight 1932 Kingston, Jamaica, to Santo Domingo, registered (AAMC F6-143b); 1929 First amphibian flight over Lake Erie CAM27 with Amelia Earhart listed as pilot; two 1937 Anglo-American Goodwill Coronation Flight covers New York to London with U.S. & G.B. stamps sent there and back, one signed by pilot Dick Merrill. Additional items include grouping of Lindbergh related flight covers, about 100 first flights, Alaska, first day of rate and other special event or anniversary covers, first experimental airplane-motorcycle courier service, and many others. Interesting and valuable selection, overall fine to very fine with some typical envelope adhesive toning.

$100

Early flight cover from New York to Boston, first attempted on June 3, but eventually successful June 6. Long envelope with Aero Club of America corner card, franked with 24¢ Jenny (C3) and tied by ‘Air Mail Service/JUN/3/1918/FIRST TRIP/ NEW YORK’ postmark, with ‘Wash. N.Y. Phila.’ removed from outer ring of cancel. Addressed to president of the Manufacturers Aircraft Assoc. in Marblehead, MA. About 4,400 pieces of mail were aboard. Very fine. (AAMC #104b $150)

2360  1921 TRANS CONTINENTAL ROUTE POSTAL CARD .................................................................................... PH

$150

Green 1¢ Jefferson postal card with June 13, 1921, 6:30PM, San Francisco machine slogan cancel. Additional violet oval flight cachet reads ‘Air Mail Service./JUN 13 1921/San Francisco, Calif.’ indicating this was on the experimental night trans-continental flight from San Francisco to Chicago, card is typewritten to New York City. Various pencil notations and hinge remnants on back, fine to very fine. (AAMC #145 $350)

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2362

2366 2365

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USA Airmail Covers, cont. 2361  1923 FIRST TRIP HYDROPLANE FLIGHT .............. PH

$200

Small 2¢ entire with violet oval cachet ‘Via Hydroplane Mail/ First Trip/New Orleans-Pilottown, LA.’ Manuscript ‘HydroPlane/Left’ at upper left, typewritten ‘Via Hydroplane/First/ Trip.’ at lower left. Cover with 4/9/23 New Orleans machine cancel, addressed to Canal Zone with unreadable 4/12 postmark and 4/28 Balboa Heights, CZ, receiver on back. Unusual item. Very fine.

USA SPECIALTY COVERS

2362  (65) 1861 WASHINGTON 3¢ ROSE ON CAMEO ADVERTISING COVER ............................................. PH

2364  1857-1940 BALTIMORE, MARYLAND COVER COLLECTION .............................................................. $400-600 $250

Interesting cameo advertising cover, ‘Joseph Walton & Co., Furniture, Bedding & C’ black design on yellow cover from Philadelphia. Few small tears at top (into the cameo) and bottom, otherwise very fine and attractive.

Interesting collection of more than 90 different covers on stock pages, all with Baltimore, MD, cancels of various types. Most with either illustrated advertising or corner card. Some illustrated advertising covers include: 1857 Cushings & Bailey Booksellers & Stationers; 1894 Wm. H. Whiting & Co with illustrated nautical supplies; 1895 Crawford’s Monkey Skin Line; 1898 Slingluff, Disney & Co. Boots & Shoes; 1898 Confederate Relief Bazaar; 1890 Tower’s Fish Brand Oiled Clothing; 1911 J.S. MAN’F’G Company Gasoline Burners, Fire Pots & c.; others. Corner Cards include: 1887 The Telegram; 1899 Gaither’s Express; 1903 Hygeia Dairy; 1903 Stricker’s Paste ‘It sticks for Keeps’; and others. Expect usual cover faults, overall fine to very fine. (Ex- Bob Weisz, Stamp King)

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Amazing single-franking use of 2¢ Banknote on large postersized advertising broadside (about 20"x27") illustrating and promoting fancy ‘Garnkirk Vases.’ Garnkirk, originally a firebrick manufacturer, began producing larger, ornate pieces with a Greco-Roman flair. The company exhibited fine vases at the 1851 Crystal Palace Exhibition and eventually became known as a major maker of these goods, until the clay pit was exhausted in 1895. Stamp tied by fancy circle of wedges cancel. Great showpiece and the LARGEST piece of mailed advertising matter we’ve seen! From the long-buried Ezra D. Cole stock.

– BALTIMORE, MARYLAND –

– ADVERTISEMENT –

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2363  (146) 1872 JACKSON BANKNOTE 2¢ RED BROWN ON ADVERTISING BROADSIDE .............

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– INAUGURATION –

2365  (5LB2) 1859 BROWN & MCGILL 2¢ BLUE .............. PH

$300

Small cover franked with 2¢ local (Scott #5LB2), not tied as usual, and 3¢ (Scott #26) tied by blue 12/15/59 Louisville, KY, cds. Some soiling, torn backflap, hinge remnants on back, fine. Cat $750.

2366  (7LB11) c.1850 U.S.P.O. 1¢ BLACK ......................... PH

$200

2367  (15L8) 1847 D.O. BLOOD & CO. 2¢ BLACK .................................................................................... PH

$300

2370  1929-61 GROUP OF INAUGURAL & ELECTION COVERS ............................................ PH $600-800

Group of 14 covers, each with cachet honoring election or inauguration of a U.S. President. Includes: HOOVER dark blue printed cachet showing swearing in, franked with Molly Pitcher stamp; ROOSEVELT (1st) day after election printed cachet with Roosevelt & Garner, with red handstamp ‘Hail The New Chief!’; 6 different inaugural cachets (printed & handstamped), including electoral map, portraits, list of presidents, one by Washington Stamp Club of the Air honoring last March inauguration; ROOSEVELT (2nd) with USS New York cancellation; ROOSEVELT (3rd) with 1940 Nominee printed cachet; Truman (1949) with printed portrait cachet; Eisenhower (1953) Fleetwood cachets with NATO stamp (x2); and Kennedy with 50-star Flag stamp. Majority are addressed and mailed, all but ship cancel from Washington, DC. Overall very fine.

Small cover with single local (Scott #7LB11) at upper left, with red star cancel. As usual cancel does not tie (Scott value for tied $600). Blue ‘2’ in circle handstamp, fine to very fine, stamp has tear. Folded letter with fine example at lower left, as usual not tied by cancel. Blue Philadelphia ‘5cts’ postmark at upper right. File fold does not affect stamp or cds, fine to very fine. Cat $500.

2368  (78L1) 1848 HANFORD’S PONY EXPRESS 2¢ BLACK ON ORANGE YELLOW ............................... PH

– MILITARY –

$650

Folded letter franked with 2¢ local, not tied as usual, with nearby red ‘New York/FEB/3/5cts’ postmark. Addressed to Litchfield, CT. Fine to very fine. Cat $1250.

2371  1917-19 SMALL GROUP AEF & WWI ERA COVERS ...................................................................................... $150-250

2369  (120L) 1858 PRINCES’ BOSTON & PORTLAND EXPRESS CO LABEL ON COVER .................... PH $750-1000

Fascinating 30x24mm typeset label on reddish-orange glazed paper (the first of these we’ve seen) predating Scott 122L1 by 3 years! Label reads: ‘FORWARDED BY PRINCES’ Boston & Portland EXPRESS.OFFICES. 11 State Street Boston 84 Exchange ‘Portland.’ Cover sent from Portland Oct 29, 1858, addressed to Boston. Express label has 4 margins, but small piece missing upper left, as well as scuffs and crease. Immaterial, as this is the first and only use of this we’ve ever seen. Listed in Mosher as PRNX-L1, but as year and size ‘unknown.’ From long buried Ezra D. Cole stock. Fine and rare.

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Group of 17 covers from the American WWI era. Includes Patriotic postcard mailed with Rocky Mtn. National Park opening machine cancel (1917); unmailed postcard showing photo from European war; couple items with Military Post Office Soldiers Mail machine cancel; three covers with French stamps tied by U.S. Army postmarks; couple with Official Business markings or ‘Officers Mail’ handwritten; three YMCA/Soldiers Mail stationery items; cover mailed on 6/30/ 19, last day of WWI 3¢ postal rate; French cover on ‘Club for American Officers on Leave’ corner card from Nice to Boston; U.S.S. America Supply Office stationery postmarked with Hoboken, NJ, ‘Point of Emarkment’ cds; a few unmailed envelopes (YMCA, Knights of Columbus). Faults, rough openings, just fine and better.

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2375  1940s WWII PATRIOTIC COVER COLLECTION ...... $1500-2500

USA Specialty Covers, cont.

– OFFICIAL COVERS – 2372  1937-57 OFFICIAL USA MAIL COVERS FROM OVERSEAS (x70) ................................................. PH $300-400

Small lot of about 70 various Official Mail type covers from US Offices in foreign countries, mostly during WWII period many censored. Includes: Foreign Service, Consular Offices, one Cayman Islands OHMS, & 5 US Forces in Europe (after War). Mostly large #10 envelopes many with foreign stamps, some free, & penalty indicia. Countries include China, Australia, New Caledonia, Honduras, Gibraltar, Nicaragua, Cuba, Spain, Costa Rica, Chile, Paraguay, Mozambique, Iran, Martinique, Bermuda & others. Most slit or clipped at end, so in decent shape.

– PATRIOTIC –

About 750 different patriotic covers on pages. Wide array of cachetmakers with color varieties, some hand drawn and so on. Good number we have never seen. Unusual covers, such as Boone cachets: ‘Bulgaria Orders Germans Ousted,’ ‘Bulgaria Calls For Armistice With The Russians,’ ‘Finland Quits War With Russia’ and others. ‘War Phrases’ cachet series by Baur, Walt Czubay full face design and more. All canceled in 1940s with both franked and free frank mail. Plenty of ‘Buy Bonds, ‘Beat Axis Powers,’ ‘Service Branch Salutes’ and many more types. Good collection, primarily fine to very fine.

– R.F. OVERPRINT – 2376  (CM3) 1944 ‘R.F’ OVERPRINT ON COVER ............. PH

$300

2377  (CM3) 1945 ‘R.F’ OVERPRINT ON COVER ............. PH

$300

Cover franked with 6¢ Airmail with Type c ‘R.F.’ overprint, tied by two strikes violet ‘Marine Nationale/Service a la Mer’ anchor cachet, nearby black ‘Poste/12-12/44/Navale’ postmark, faint red French censor oval over tape at left margin, additional strike on back and ’63; in violet, addressed to Three Oaks, MI, fine to very fine. Cat $500. Cover franked with 6¢ Airmail with both Types ‘a’ and ‘c’ R.F. overprints, tied by violet ‘Marine Nationale/Service a la Mer’ anchor cachet and black ‘Poste Navale/*/15-6/45/Navale’ postmark, additional anchor cachet, dark red French ‘OUVERT’ censor oval over tape at left margin, additional strike on back and ‘48’ in black, American censor tape at right, addressed to Three Oaks, MI. Fine to very fine. Cat $500.

– RPO – 2378  1899-1942 RAILROAD RPO COVERS (x132) ............ $200-300 2373  1850s-60s PATRIOTIC COVERS (x3) & BLOOD’S LOCAL ...................................................... PH

$300

Three 1860s Patriotic covers and a 1850s Blood’s Local. The local (15L14) acid tied, used with soiled #11 tied with Philadelphia cds. The Patriotics with 3 different designs, franked with #65 (pen cancel), #24 & 26, and #26 & 63. Various markings, overall fine to very fine.

Stack of 132 R.P.O. covers, plus additional 18 RPO cancels on pieces. Majority from 1936-40 franked with definitives, but did note some commemoratives, postal stationery, corner cards, coils and one charity label. Overall fine to very fine with little if any duplication. Nice selection.

– STAMP DEALERS – 2379  1894-1950 COVERS FROM STAMP DEALERS .... PH $400-600

Group of 23 covers, individually sleeved, each from a stamp dealer, most with corner cards or advertising on the envelopes. Highlights include: J.W. Scott Company (1900); Standard Stamp Co. (1898); Makins & Co. (1897); Royal Exchange Stamp Co. (1894); Eugene Klein (1913); J.M. Bartels Co. (1912); New England Stamp Co. (1901); plus APS label for Roosevelt on cover, National Philatelic Museum postal card with schedule of events for late 1950, group of four 1929 National Philatelic Exhibition labels on covers. These being stamp dealers, many have mixed, unusual or multicolor frankings, several use Columbians or Parcel Posts; a few have enclosures (not stamps). Fine to very fine. Attractive selection.

2374  (37) 1860 WASHINGTON 24¢ GRAY LILAC, PATRIOTIC TO SCOTLAND ...................................... PH $3000

Flag and ‘One Flag and One Government’ patriotic envelope to Scotland, franked with sound and very fine example of Scott #37 (24¢ Washington), tied by black grid cancel and red exchange office postmark. June 30, 1861, Dundee receiver on back. Tiny tone spots on flag design, hinge remnants on back. Fine to very fine. (2011 PF Cert #496932). Cat $4000.

USA FIRST DAY COVER SINGLES 2380  (563) 1922 HAYES 11¢ PEACOCK BLUE FDC, WASHINGTON, DC .................................................... PH

$250

Extremely fine single tied to neat, typewritten cover by Oct 4, 1922, face-free Washington, DC, machine cancel. Fresh and extremely fine. Tiny tear top center. Ex-Cook. Cat $650. 2381  (566) 1922 STATUE OF LIBERTY 15¢ GRAY FDC, WASHINGTON, DC .................................................... PH

$250

Very fine top margin example tied to small cover by Nov 11, 1922, Washington, DC, duplex cancel. Cover slit open at top. Attractive and fine. Ex-Cook. Cat $575.

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2372X

2376

2377 2379X

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2383

Estimate

2382

2384

2385

2386 2388X

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2386  (634 var) 1935 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE, ELECTRIC EYE FDC, WASHINGTON, DC .............. PH

USA First Day Cover Singles, cont. 2382  (567) 1923 GOLDEN GATE 20¢ CARMINE ROSE FDC, WASHINGTON, DC .................................................... PH

$250

Single tied to fresh typewritten Worden cover by May 1, 1923, Washington, DC, machine cancel. Very fine. Ex-Cook. Cat $600. 2383  (570) 1922 ARLINGTON AMPHITHEATRE 50¢ LILAC FDC, WASHINGTON, DC .......................................... PH

$400

Very fine single tied to Special Delivery cover by crisp Washington, DC, duplex cancel. Cover backstamped Nov 13 in Raritan, NJ, and Nov 14 in Washington, DC. Light soiling, fine. Ex-Cook. (1989 PF Cert #215172) Cat $1250. 2384  (583a) 1926 WASHINGTON 2¢ CARMINE, BOOKLET PANE ....................................................... PH

$750

Scarce first day cover for booklet pane of 6. Tab present, tied by three strikes Washington, DC, Aug 27, 1926, duplexes. Typewritten address, pencil notations indicating first day. Very fine. Cat $1500. 2385  (600) 1924 LINCOLN 3¢ VIOLET COIL LINE PAIR FDC, WASHINGTON, DC .................................................... PH $150

Very fine horizontal LINE PAIR on fresh, typewritten C.E. Nickles cover, tied by May 10, 1924, machine cancel. Very fine. Ex-Cook. Cat $250.

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$350

Large left margin single plus additional stamp tied to Bronesky window cover by March 28, 1935, Washington, DC, machine cancel. Additional pencil notations explain cover and note plate number (#21150). Extremely scarce and very fine. Ex-Cook (2003 PF Cert #389868). (Brookman $1300) 2387  (720-22) 1932 WASHINGTON 3¢ VIOLET, FDCs ALL FORMATS ............................... View photo online

$150

Single, horizontal coil pair, vertical coil pair, and full booklet pane on four separate FDCs, all tied by appropriate Washington, DC, hand-stamped or machine cancels. All cacheted except vertical coil pair. Fine to very fine. Ex-Cook. (Brookman $285) 2388  (1384a) 1969 EXPERIMENTAL PRECANCELS, COMPLETE SET OF FDCs (x4) .......................... PH $300-400

COMPLETE set of Nov 4, 1969, FDCs (4 different) representing the first day of use in each of the 4 cities where they were sold. Includes: New Haven, CT, machine cancel (Artcraft cachet); Atlanta, GA, machine cancel and handstamp (private printed cachet); Baltimore, MD, handstamped (rubber-stamped cachet); and Memphis, TN, roller cancel (with unknown handpainted cachet). Fresh, very fine and extremely difficult to assemble set. Ex-Cook. (Brookman $850, Mellone $800)

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2390X

2389X

2391 2392

2393

2394 Session II: Sunday, March 23, 2014

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2389  (1900a, 1901a) 1982-83 PRECANCELED TRANSPORATION COIL FDCs ................................. PH

$150

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2392  (E12a) 1922 MOTORCYCLE DELIVERY 10¢ DEEP ULTRAMARINE FDC ................................................. PH

Two scarce FDCs for precanceled versions of early Transportation coil stamps 5.2¢ Sleigh and 5.9¢ Bicycle. Both on Kribbs handpainted covers, each with a 10¢ postage due stamp (also tied), to meet then-current 20¢ first-class rate. Very fine. Ex-Cook. (Brookman $400) Cat $350. 2390  (C4-C6) 1923 AIRMAIL SET, FIRST DAY COVERS .................................................................................... PH $1250

Complete set of three first day covers, each with ‘Washington D.C.’ date stamps on August 1923 covers, same addressee but in different hands. Overall fine to very fine, small faults, including 16¢ with couple small corner tears top left, slight cover soiling. FDC for 16¢ stamp on cover from The Shoreham Hotel (illustration on backflap). Scarce trio. Cat $1750. 2391  (E12) 1922 MOTORCYCLE DELIVERY 10¢ GRAY VIOLET ........................................................... PH

$150

First day cover addressed to Worden. Special Delivery stamp perf fault, additional 2¢ Washington booklet stamp has damaged corner, both tied by Washington 7/12/22 machine cancel. Fine to very fine. Typewritten address to Worden. Cat $500.

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$300

Very fine single tied to cover by July 12, 1922, Washington, DC, machine slogan cancel (10-AM), with additional #499 (straight edge) to pay first-class rate. Addressed to Edward C. Worden, fancy script handstamp ‘First Day of Issue’ lower left. Rare FDC, Scott value is for E12, no premium added for scarcer E12a. Cat $500. 2393  (J68) 1925 POSTAGE DUE ½¢ DULL RED FDC, RAHWAY, NJ .............................................................. PH

$650

Very fine single tied to stamped envelope (Scott #U429) by April 15, 1925, Rahway, NJ, machine cancel, earliest known use of this Postage Due and first day of third-class 1½¢ mail rate. Two additional strikes of Rahway machine cancel on reverse. Very fine. Ex-Cook. (1998 PF Cert #328805) (Brookman $2200) 2394  (J68) 1925 EARLIEST KNOWN USAGE ½¢ POSTAGE DUE .......................................................... PH

$300

Genuine earliest known use for the first half-cent Postage Due. Cover franked with 1¢ Franklin, tied by 4/15/25 Philadelphia/ Germantown Station machine cancel; below Postage Due affixed & tied by magenta double circle 4/15 Philadelphia (Germantown) postmark. Fine. (Copy of 2001 AFDCS Cert #1043).

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2399  BASEBALL (855) 1939 FAIRWAY CACHETED FDCs (x2) ................................................................... PH

USA First Day Cover Singles, cont.

$500

Set of 2 Baseball FDCs each with Fairway cachet Mellone/ Planty #855-34. One with Cooperstown, NY, cds (cv $750), other with Washington, D.C., cds (cv $500). Slight envelope gum bleed. Fine to very fine. (Planty #855-34 $1250) 2400  (855) 1939 PHILATELIC PRESS FOR HOWARD D. BERRY CACHETED FDC .................... PH

$500

Very scarce cachet (Mellone/Planty #855-72) on Baseball FDC. Some usual envelope gum bleed. Printed address. Fine to very fine. (Planty #855-72 $900) 2401  (855) 1939 FDC WITH W.S. BEARDSLEY CACHET .................................................................................... PH

2395  (J68) 1925 POSTAGE DUE ½¢ DULL RED FDC, PHILADELPHIA, PA ................................................... PH

$500

Baseball FDC with rare Beardsley cachet (Mellone/Planty #855-104), franked with block of 4. Next to cachet, penciled ‘hand cancel.’ Very fine. Typewritten address. (Mellone #855-104 $800) $250

Fine to very fine single tied to Philip H. Ward cover with 1¢ Franklin by April 15, 1925, Philadelphia, PA, magenta handstamp, earliest known use of this postage due and first day of third-class 1½¢ mail rate. Very fine. Ex-Cook. (2008 APS Cert #184841) (Brookman $750) 2396  (QE1, QE4) 1925-28 TWO SPECIAL HANDLING FDCs ......................................................... View photo online

$150

Two Special Handling FDCs: (1) First day cover for 10¢ Special Handling, alongside 2¢ Fourth Bureau coil, tied by 6/25/28 Washington duplex. Appears to be birth announcement with blue & gold embossed sticker at upper left of stork with baby; addressed to Memphis, TN. (2) First day cover for 25¢ Special Handling, alongside ½¢ Fourth Bureau block of 4 with plate No., tied by 4/11/25 Washington duplex, additional bold strike on face. Both very fine. Cat $270.

– BASEBALL –

2402  (855) 1939 WALTER CZUBAY CACHETED FDC ..... PH

$400

2403  (855) 1939 J. KOMENT CACHETED FDC ................ PH

$400

2404  (855) 1939 1st LEATHERSTOCKING STAMP CLUB, LARGE CACHET ....................................................... PH

$400

Baseball FDC with Walter Czubay B&W cachet (Mellone/ Planty #855-79) pasted-on photo of Babe Ruth. Cachet frame slightly disturbed from past storage. Unaddressed. Fine to very fine. (Planty #855-79 $900) Scarce J. Koment cachet (Mellone/Planty #855-59) on Baseball FDC. Very fine. Penciled address. (Planty #855-59 $900) Very rare 1st Leatherstocking Stamp Club baseball FDC with large colorful red & blue Cooperstown cachet (Mellone/Planty #855-60c). Typewritten address. Very fine. (Planty #855-60c $900)

2405  (855) 1939 CAL-CRAFT SET OF 8 FDCs ............ PH $400-600

2397  (855) 1939 DOROTHY KNAPP HANPAINTED FDC .... PH $1500

Attractive & colorful hand painted signed Dorothy Knapp cachet (Mellone/Planty #855-128) on Baseball FDC. Very fine. One of her first ones, very scarce. (Mellone #855-128 $4000)

2398  (855) 1939 GLADYS ADLER HANDPAINTED FDC .................................................................................... PH

$500

Baseball FDC with hand-drawn, handpainted Gladys Adler cachet (Mellone/Planty #855-123). Slight soiling & usual envelope gum bleed. Hand penned address. Fine. (Mellone #855-123 $2000)

2406  (855) 1939 FDC WITH J. NEAL GRIFFITH CACHET .................................................................................... PH

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$400

Baseball FDC with J. Neal Griffith violet linoleum cut cachet (Mellone/Planty #855-127). Hand penned address. Very fine. (Mellone #855-127 $1200)

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Set of 8 Baseball Scott 855 FDCs each with different Cal-Craft portrait cachet (#1-8). Includes (by Mellone/Planty, cv $150 each): Doubleday #855-7a, Wagner 855-7b, Mathewson 855-7c, Alexander 855-7d, Cobb 855-7e, Johnson 855-7f, Ruth 855-7g & Baseball Hall of Fame 855-7h. PLUS: Cal-Craft stuffer card with add for set #855-7i (cv $125). Some usual envelope gum bleed. Attractive set, fine to very fine. (Planty #855a-h & 7i $1325)

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2399X

2400

2401

2403

2404

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2415  1939 IMPRESSIVE HIGH CATALOG VALUE BASEBALL FDC COLLECTION (3-VOLS) ............. $3000-4000

Baseball – USA First Day Cover Singles, cont. 2407  (855) 1939 FDCs WITH MAJOR LEAGUE CLUB CORNERCARDS (x2) ................................................ PH

Estimate

$400

Two different Baseball FDCs on Major League Club corner card envelopes: (1) AMERICAN BASEBALL CLUB/OF PHILADELPHIA with printed Centennial emblem, some toning (Mellone/Planty #855-10q) and (2) PITTSBURGH ATHLETIC COMPANY (Mellone/Planty #855-10s) light usual envelope gum bleed. Fine to very fine. (Mellone ##855-10q & 10s $900) 2408  (855) 1939 FDC WITH CHANKALIAN CACHET ....... PH

$400

2409  (855) 1939 CACHETED FDC ..................................... PH

$350

2410  (855) 1939 FDCs WITH PILGRIM CACHETS (x2) ...... PH

$300

2411  (855) 1939 CLARENCE E. REID CACHETED FDC .................................................................................... PH

$300

Baseball FDC with scarce Dikran Chankalian red & blue cachet (Mellone/Planty #855-184). Toned. Fine to very fine. Typewritten address. (Mellone #855-184 $750) Baseball FDC with ‘1839-1939 Century of Baseball’ cachet by unknown maker (Mellone/Planty #855-103). Typewritten address. Very fine. (Mellone #855-103 $750) Two Baseball FDCs each with different Pilgrim cachet: (1) Brown & olive green, short line of text, slight soiling (Mellone/ Planty #855-73a) and (2) Brown & dull green, long line of text, slight toning (Mellone/Planty #855-73b.1). (Mellone #855-73a & 73b.1 $800)

Approximately 250 Baseball FDCs (Scott #855), 5 First Day souvenir cards, with many Mellone/Planty FDC Catalog listed high catalog value FDCs in 3 cover albums. Collection with stunning array of cachets. A few highlights include (by Mellone/ Planty): Compton Jr #855-12 ($250), Corbett/blue Goose Antiques Shop 385-14a, 15 & 15b ($150 each), Crosby (x18 different, total est catalog value $2,400), Epenshade #85533a-d ($100 each) & 33a.1 ($250), Harwood & Sons #855-43 plus insert ($450), Kee #855-56 ($175) & scarce #855-57 ($150), Keyworth #855-58 ($400), Parson #855-76 ($250) & 76a ($300), others; several ‘1st’ cachets with Baltimore Orioles #855-3 (Washington, DC cds) & 3a (Cooperstown cds, $250), Dietz #855-32 ($150), Marsella (M. Fay Mudridge) #855-63 ($300), Wesley White #855-106 ($150), Rauschmeyer #855195 ($200), others; many handpainted cachets with add-ons (added after First Day) by DeWitt #855-A18a, Estrada (x6, est $150 each), Pennington (x3, est $250 each), Elain Thompson #855-A65b ($200), Jack Follows (x3, $125 each) with 2 ‘risque’ cachets, Vivian Leavitt #855-A44a ($125), others. Total catalog more than $15,000. Fantastic collection. Overall fine to very fine.

Baseball FDC with Clarence Reid cachet (Mellone/Planty #85574). Hand penned address. Very fine. (Mellone #855-74 $700)

2416  1969 BASEBALL CENTENNIAL FDC W/ R. DYER HANDPAINTED CACHET ..................... PH 2412  (855) 1939 FDC WITH THERON FOX CACHET ....... PH

$300

Rare Theron Fox cachet (Mellone/Planty #855-101) on Baseball FDC. Typewritten address. Slight soiling, usual envelope gum bleed. Fine to very fine. (Mellone #855-101 $750)

2413  (855) 1939 FDC WITH DICK HAGADORN BLACK CACHET ....................................................... PH

$300

Baseball FDC with rare Hagadorn black cachet (Mellone/Planty #855-87a). Franked with block of 4. Some slight toning, cover corner wrinkle. Fine. Penned address. (Planty #855-87a $900) 2414  (855) 1939 BASEBALL 3¢ VIOLET, RARE LEATHERSTOCKING CACHET VARIANT ............... PH

$250

NON-FDC use of variety known only on commercial cover (Planty 855-60b). First Leatherstocking Stamp Club cachet with overprint covering ‘First Day of Issue’ at bottom. Excess cachets were apparently distributed to local businesses for commercial use. This one from ‘Bostonian Shoes’ in Cooperstown (printed on flap), which notes ‘FITTED BY X-RAY.’ Planty notes ‘very scarce with overprint with Cooperstown cancel.’ Postmarked Sept 28, 1939, Cooperstown. Very fine. From long buried Ezra D. Cole stock. (Planty $500)

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2417  1982 ATTRACTIVE JACKIE ROBINSON FDC COLLECTION (3-VOLS) .............................................. $500-700

Great Jackie Robinson (Scott #2016) mostly FDC collection with approximately 450 nearly all different cacheted covers/ cards on stock pages in 3 matching Fleetwood binders. FDCs, some combos with additional baseball related frankings & cancels, includes a myriad of cachets with many handpainted/ hand drawn, printed, with add-on baseball cards or photos, & other types, illustrating Robinson, other ball players and a few (some not FDCs) with other related subjects. A small sampling of cachet makers (many with several different) includes: Adams, Bazaar, Collins, Colorano ‘silk,’ Gabriel Electronics, Judith Fogt, Gamm, Doris Gold, Vaughn Hord, J:M set of 12, Kribbs, Langer, LRC, Myers, Paslay Classic, Pugh, Pennington, Scheidenheim, Tudor House, Uladh, Wild Horse, and others. Clean material with many interesting covers, a few heavily inked cachets slightly stuck to stock pages. Overall fine to very fine.

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Attractive Dyer handpainted cachet on Baseball Centennial FDC (Scott #1381), franked with block of 4. Scott/Mellone First Day Catalog assigns a x80-125 pricing multiplier for this sought after cachet artist. Unaddressed. Very fine.

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2407X

2408

2409

2410X

2411

2413

2414

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2418X

2420X

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2421  1984 ROBERTO CLEMENTE FDC COLLECTION (3-VOLS) ...................................................................... $400-600

Baseball – USA First Day Cover Singles, cont. 2418  1982 JACKIE ROBINSON FDC WITH R. DYER HANDPAINTED CACHET (x2) .................................. PH

$400

Two Jackie Robinson (Scott #2016) FDCs with R. Dyer handpainted cachets: (1) Portrait of Robinson in Dodgers uniform & hat with ‘BASEBALL/PIONEER’ inscription on banner, franked with pair tied by FLY CREEK, NY, FD cds; and (2) Portrait of unidentified ball player with ‘BASEBALL CENTENNIAL/1869-1969’ inscription on baseball, franked with ZIP margin pair, tied by Cooperstown, NY, FD cds. Mellone FDC catalog pricing multiplier of x80-125 for Dyer handpainted cachets. Both very fine. 2419  1983 EXTENSIVE BABE RUTH FDC COLLECTION (8-VOLS) .................................................................. $1500-2500

Large Babe Ruth (Scott #2041) collection with more than 800 different cacheted FDCs in 7 albums. FDCs, some combos with additional baseball related frankings & cancels, includes a myriad of cachets with many handpainted/hand drawn, printed, add-ons, & other types. Some highlights include: A-Z cachet makers in 5 cover albums with cachets by Adams, Ashley, Bazaar, Centennial, Colorano ‘silk,’ Double Play Cards, EduCachet, Gamm, Glen, Hudeck, J:M, Kribbs, LEB, Mount Penn, PM, RN/NSC ‘silk’ (x15), Santoe, Tudor House and many others; 1 album with hand drawn/handpainted cachets by Collins, Dargis Velva-Tone (x7), Emmy, Fogt, Geerlings, B. Goldberg, Ham, Vaughn Hord, Ike, Murry, Sabinsky, McNatt/Jacobs, Paslay Classic, Pugh, Mangus, SKAT (x9), Weddle and many others. ALSO: Babe Ruth Sports Series Album with 51 different ‘Z’ silk cacheted FDCs in corner mounts; cover album with 10 FDCs each cacheted with a B&W repro photo baseball card from 1980 ‘The Franchise’ series; 3 interesting & unusual oversized cacheted FDCs by Hideaki Nakano. Clean material with some great handpainted cachets. Overall fine to very fine. 2420  1983 BABE RUTH FDCs WITH R. DYER HANDPAINTED CACHETS ....................................... PH

$300

Two attractive Babe Ruth FDCs (Scott #2046) each with handpainted cachet by R. Dyer picturing Ruth in batting stance and franked with pair. Cachets similar in design with minor color & detail differences. Scott/Mellone FDC Catalog assigns a price multiplier of x80-125 for this highly sought after cachet artist. Very fine.

Attractive Roberto Clemente (Scott #2097) FDC collection with approximately 350 nearly all different cacheted covers on stock pages in 3 matching Fleetwood binders. FDCs, some combos with additional baseball related frankings (a few foreign) & cancels, include a myriad of cachets with many handpainted/ hand drawn, printed, with add-on baseball cards or photos, & other types, illustrating Clemente and a few (some not FDCs) with other related subjects. A small sampling of cachet makers (many with several different) includes: Adams, Brandywine, Collins, Colorano ‘silk,’ J. Cummings, DRC, First Rank, Theron Fox, Gabriel Electronics, Judith Fogt, Gamm, Doris Gold, Vaughn Hord, J:M set of 10, Kribbs, LRC, McNatt, Paslay Classic, Pugh, Skat, Stan, Uladh, Van, Wild Horse, Z, and others. Clean material, a few heavily inked cachets slightly stuck to stock pages. Overall fine to very fine. 2422  1989 FABULOUS LOU GEHRIG FDC COLLECTION (5-VOLS) .................................................................... $750-1000

Great Lou Gehrig (Scott #2417) FDC collection with more than 800 almost all-different cacheted covers on stock pages in 5 matching Fleetwood binders. FDCs, some combos with additional baseball related frankings (a few foreign) & cancels, includes myriad of cachets (several licensed) with many handpainted/hand drawn, printed, with add-on baseball cards or photos, & other types, illustrating Gehrig & other subjects including Ruth, other ball players, Sesquicentennial of Baseball, 50th Anniversary of Hall of Fame, & others, plus a few second day covers with New York Yankee Stadium pictorial cancel. A small sampling of cachet makers (many with several different) includes: Geerlings, Elain Thompson, Collins, Edken, Gamm, Ham, Estrada, Weddle, Pointe, Wild Horse, A.O. Henry, Van, Jack Follows, Paslay Classic, Panda, ‘initials’ with KAH, rpm, LV, HM, EPM, JKD & others, Adams, Uladh, Dick & Jane, many many more. Clean attractive material, a few heavily inked cachets slightly stuck to stock pages. Collection like this would be hard to duplicate. Overall fine to very fine.

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2423  1992 OLYMPIC BASEBALL FDC COLLECTION (2-VOLS) ...................................................................... $500-700

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2426  2001 LEGENDARY PLAYING FIELDS FDC COLLECTION (8-VOLS) .......................................... $1000-1500

Collection of more than 200 mostly different Olympic Baseball FDCs (Scott #2619) in 2 cover albums. FDCs, some combos with additional baseball related frankings & cancels, include a myriad of cachets with many handpainted/hand drawn, printed, add-ons, & other types. Some handpainted cachet highlights include by artist/designer: Geerlings (x2 different), Doris Gold, Ham, Elain Thompson, Mangus (x2 different), Paslay Classic, Mikki, Remmick, Pugh, B. Goldberg, Dewitt, Finnerty and many others. Other highlights include: group of 50 FDCs each with a different baseball card attached as cachet & tied along with stamp with FD cancel & group of 12 with Upper Deck hologram cards; Collage Cachet Repro (x16 different), DFS (x10 different) with 4 autographed (McGwire, Swift, Gwynn & Surhoff); others. Clean attractive material. Overall very fine. 2424  1998-2000 CELEBRATE THE CENTURY BASEBALL FDC COLLECTION (5-VOLS) ..................................... $600-800

Great collection of more than 475 different modern cacheted FDCs for the 7 different Baseball stamps from the Celebrate the Century series, on stock pages in 5 cover albums. FDCs, some combos with additional baseball related frankings & cancels, includes a myriad of cachets with many handpainted/ hand drawn, printed, add-ons, & other types. Cachet makers include: Collins, Bevel, BGC, Panda, Fuson, Romp, Beller, Clemens, Wild Horse, Hobby Link, Ben Kraft, WII, Doris Gold, Dynamite, Pugh, Heritage, and many, many others. Issues include (number of FDCs): First World Series #3182n (x55), Babe Ruth #3184a (x54), Jackie Robinson #3186c (x69) including a handpainted Doris Gold, Shot Heard ‘Round the World #3187c (x63), World Series Rivals #3187j (x92), Roger Maris #3188n (x84) with interesting Elena Cornejo leather cachet, New Baseball Records #3191a (x76). Clean attractive material. overall very fine.

Attractive collection of more than 950 different FDCs (a few not FDCs) for Legendary Playing Fields (Scott #3510-19) in 8 cover albums with many complete sets & selected singles/ groups. FDCs, some combos with additional baseball related frankings & cancels, include a myriad of cachets with many handpainted/hand drawn, printed, add-ons, & other types. Some highlights include (number of FDCs): Complete sets with cachets by Collins (x10), Pugh combos (x10), Edken (complete on 2 FDCs), Flamingo (x10), CEC (20, 2 sets), RRAGS (10), Glen (11, extra Ebbets), Heritage (x10), Norwood (complete on 3 FDCs), Fisher (x10), Therome (x10), Colorano ‘silk’ (13 w/ 3 combos), Fuson (x10), others. ALSO cachets by BGC (x53), WII (x55), LEB (x20), PMW (x34), Sanchez (x21), and many other makers with varying amounts. Clean material with some outstanding handpainted cachets. Overall very fine. 2427  2006 BASEBALL SLUGGERS FDC COLLECTION (3-VOLS) ...................................................................... $500-700

Baseball Sluggers (Scott #4080-83 & se-tenant block of 4 #4083a) collection on stockpages in 3 cover albums, with more than 400 mostly FDCs. FDCs, some combos with additional baseball related frankings & cancels, include a myriad of cachets with many handpainted/hand drawn, printed, add-ons, & other types, illustrating Roy Campanella, Hank Greenberg, Mel Ott & Mickey Mantle, other ball players, and a few (some not FDCs) with other related subjects. A small sampling of cachet makers with complete set of 4 FDCs includes: Peterson, QCR (x53 different, not all complete sets), Rost, Rage set of 4 + block, Panda, Fuson plus set of 4 singles on 1 FDC, Sweet Spot, LRC with more than 1 set, Webcraft (x22 different), Ashley, Frosty, Pretty Girl, Hobby Link, Panda, Goldberg, Elena Cornejo set of 4 combos & block, Pushin’ the Envelope complete set on 2 FDCs, Humming Bear, A “Stats ‘n’ Quote” and other sets & singles. Clean material with many interesting covers, a few heavily inked cachets slightly stuck to stock pages. Overall fine to very fine.

2425  2000 BASEBALL LEGENDS FDC COLLECTION (13-VOLS) ................................................................ $1500-2000

Attractive collection of more than 1,400 different FDCs (a few not FDCs) for Baseball Legends (Scott #3408a-t) in 13 cover albums with many complete sets & selected singles/groups. FDCs, some combos with additional baseball related frankings & cancels, includes a myriad of cachets with many handpainted/ hand drawn, printed, add-ons, & other types. Some highlights include (number of FDCs): Complete sets with cachets by Collins (20), Pugh (27, set of 20 plus 7 combos), Edken (20), Homespun (x20), ROMP (x20), RVD (x20), HL (x20), David Peterman (complete on 9 FDCs), Frank Ellis (complete set of 20 & complete set on 5 FDCs), Desert (x20), CompuChet (x20), Wile (x20), HS (complete on 5 FDCs), Tom’s Designs (x20), Colorano ‘silk’ (x20), others. ALSO cachets by CEC (many), BGC, Danny Cole, Keith Butz, Sophia Sanchez (x39), and others including on older cacheted envelopes (Mellone #855-15 & 855-39b types). PLUS several extra Jackie Robinson & Babe Ruth from various makers. Clean material with some outstanding handpainted cachets. Overall very fine.

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2428  2010 NEGRO LEAGUES BASEBALL FDC COLLECTION .............................................................. $300-400

Collection of more than 150 different cacheted FDCs & related covers for Negro League Baseball (Scott #4465-66) singles & se-tenant pairs, includes 17 different Hall of Fame Induction covers with Therome cachets franked with a single from 2006 Baseball Slugger issue (Scott #4080-81 & #4083, no Mel Ott), group of Artcraft cacheted Roberto Clemente FDC combos with 20¢ Babe Ruth, and Jackie Robinson FDCs, in 2 cover albums & loose stock pages. FDCs/events, some combos with additional baseball related frankings & cancels, include a myriad of cachets with many handpainted/hand drawn, printed, add-ons, & other types. Cachet makers include: Frankiewicz, Cosmic by Geerlings, Toad Hall, All-Star, Cornejo combos, Edken, Doris Gold handpainted, PMW, Glen, many others. Also 2 covers, each with signatures of Hank Baby Presswood & Johnny Washington. Clean material & popular topic. Overall fine to very fine.

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USA FIRST DAY COVER ACCUMULATIONS – BASEBALL – 2429  1900s-2000s A GRAND SLAM COLLECTION OF EVENTS & FDCS (14-VOLS) .................................. $1500-2000

Extensive collection of more than 1,300 baseball related cacheted covers & cards, picture & postal cards, souvenir cards & more, in 14 cover albums & loose stock pages. Covers all the bases of Baseball philately, includes World Series, Hall of Fame Inductions, Record Milestones, All-Star Games, Olympics, Home Run Hitters, a couple Little League & First Flight covers, and FDCs. Covers, some combos with additional baseball related frankings & cancels, include a myriad of cachets with many handpainted/hand drawn, printed, add-ons, & other types. Some cachet makers include: Collins, Bevil, Little Swan, PMG, Sanchez, Therome, Pushin’ the Envelope, Wild Horse, Pugh, Heflin, Ben Kraft, Colorano ‘silk,’ Davis, Edken, All Star, and many others. Also includes small group of older baseball picture postcards & advertising covers; more. Clean interesting material with some outstanding handpainted cachets. Overall very fine. 2430  1932-2012 ASSORTED FDC & EVENT COLLECTIONS (8-VOLS) ........................................... $500-700

Collection of more than 550 nearly all different Baseball FDCs and Event covers/cards in 8 albums. FDCs/events, some combos with additional baseball related frankings & cancels, include a myriad of cachets with many handpainted/hand drawn, printed, add-ons, & other types. Some highlights include: collection of approximately 40 covers on White Ace album & stock pages in binder with 1932 Summer Olympics 5¢ #719 cacheted FDC Mellone/Planty #719-59a, cv $75) & other cacheted FDCs for Jackie Robinson, Babe Ruth, Roberto Clemente, Lou Gehrig, 1992 & 1996 Olympics; 1969 Professional Baseball Centennial (Scott #1381) FDC collection with 112 different FDCs (several franked with blocks) featuring many attractive handpainted cachets including by Vaughn Hord, Elain Thompson, Mangus, Urnick, Ike & others; 1996 Casey at the Bat (Scott #3083 from Folk Heroes issue) collection of approximately 80 FDCs in album, with cachets by Dynamite, Geerlings, Collins, Bennett, Heritage, William III & others including combos with Gambia & Maldives issues; 2008 Take Me Out To the Ballgame (Scott #4341) collection of more than 200 FDCs in 2 albums with huge variety of cachets including by Romp, Panda, Fuson, Toad Hall, McIntosh, Frankiewicz, Bevil, All-Star, Therome, Onedog, Pugh and others; small collection of 28 different cacheted FDCs for 2012 Major League Baseball All-Stars (Scott #4694-97) including handpainted Doris Gold; another 100 or so assorted cacheted FDCs/Events in 2 albums. Clean attractive material. Overall very fine.

2431  1960s-2000s ASSORTED COLLECTIONS (16-VOLS) .................................................................................... $750-1000

More than 600 items consisting of FDCs, Souvenir Cards, Programs, Lithos, Commemorative Panels & Souvenir Pages, Target’s 1890-1990 Commemorative Baseball Card Series almost complete with approximately 1,000 different FDCs #1// #1005 in binders, FD & other maximum cards, and other mostly BASEBALL related material. Plus other Sports, Events & other FDCs in 16 cover albums/binders & loose. Covers/FDCs, some combos with additional baseball related frankings & cancels, includes a myriad of cachets with many handpainted/hand drawn, printed, & other types. Some highlights include: 2000 Youth Sports (Scott #3399-4002) cacheted FDCs (x100 different) with cachets by WII, Ham, Collins, Dynamite, Fuson, others; assorted FDCs with Baseball related cachets (x103) by Wile, Collins, Pennington, All Star, Kribbs, Ben Kraft. others; several covers with HOF Induction cancels; some foreign including complete Baseball pane FDCs from Grenada, St. Vincent, Guyana & Gambia; USPS Commemorative Panels for Jackie Robinson (CP170), Babe Ruth (CP191), Roberto Clemente (CP227), Lou Gehrig (CP335); Dodgers 8½”x11" color lithos produced By UNION 76; Girard’s Phillies Centennial picture postcard series in presentation folio (complete set of 28 unused); more. Clean interesting material. Overall fine to very fine.

– USA – 2432  1943-95 CACHETED FDC ACCUMULATION ............. $600-800

Three large cover tray boxes (Pittsburgh File & Box) plus one banker’s box filled with USA First Day Covers. Box contains one collection of FDCs 1947-65 with blocks of 4, mostly House of Farnam cachets, but other cachets noted, addressed in pencil. On special album pages with place for cover & stamp (most stamps present). Cover boxes have accumulation of FDCs mostly from 1940s-80s but a few 1930s and 1990s sprinkled in. Noted a few 2¢ Reds, few Prexies and $5 Liberty; plenty of commemoratives & definitives; also multiples, Airmails, a few modern Officials and stationery. Duplication expected, large group in plastic sleeves. Overall very fine with a few older ones addressed.

2433  1930s-50s FDC ACCUMULATION .............................. $100-200

An estimated 500 FDCs, years 1930s-50s, most addressed and without cachet, many with single, block of 4 and plate block (separate covers), some stationery. Lot also includes some First Day Ceremony programs, about 13 Commemorative Panels with 20¢ blocks of 4, some 1932 Washington Bicentennial plate flaws and more. Generally fine to very fine.

2434  1971-2002 POSTAL COMMEMORATIVE SOCIETY FDCs COLLECTION .................................................... $300-400

Collection of FDCs from The Postal Commemorative Society. More than 1,100 covers with cachets & addressed, mostly Artcraft. Maybe 50 covers between 1936-71, rest later. Clean & mounted on PCS special informative pages about each stamp. Contained in 15 cover folders (2000-02), 15 PCS albums, plus 2 other albums. Noticed Bicentennial S/S on 4 covers, Presidential S/S broken up as single stamps, State Birds & Flowers as singles, & more. Attractive group.

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2435  1984-97 MAXIMUM CARDS, PLUS UN & W/W BICENTENNIAL FDCs ................................................. $350-500

Collection of more than 600 different USA colorful & attractive maximum cards franked by singles & produced by Unicover, in 5 wooden index boxes, 108 UNITED NATION maximum cards including NY, Geneva & Vienna issues, franked with selected singles or se-tenant pairs, blocks & strips for years 1997-2011 in another wooden index box, and American Bicentennial collection of 88 Worldwide FDCs in Franklin Philatelic Society specialty album. USA maximum cards include commemoratives, definitives & Officials. Number of cards by year: 1984 (x84), 1985 (x62), 1986 (x82), 1987 (x51) no North American Wildlife issues, 1988 (x76), 1989 (x42), 1990 (x45), 1991 (x97), 1992 (x86) with Columbus S/S singles & without Wildflowers. Clean material, fine to very fine.

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2438  1840s-1950s COVER SELECTION ........................... $900-1200

Approximately 100 covers in two red Showgard cover albums. Mostly USA, a few Confederates. Nice retail material, condition generally very fine. Includes a few stampless, one with small straightline SHIP handstamp, nice early frankings such as: #68 tied with stovepipe cancel, Cambridgeport, MA, to Canada; #14 to Canada tied with blue Batavia cds; Black Jack tied with target, Graham’s Turn Out, SC cds at left; CSA #12 very fine tied with target cancel; balance is mostly modern philatelic, and includes: two C18 flown Zeppelin covers; C24 30¢ FDC (no cachet); C46 Hawaii FDC; 5¢ Ericsson FDC (no cachet); two #750 S/S FDCs (one cacheted); #771 16¢ dark blue imperf block of 4 FDC (cacheted); some nice First Flights; more. Useful group, generally very fine.

2439  1850s-70s USA & CSA, RELATED LETTERS & CORRESPONDENCE .................................................. $100-200

Selection of 10 USA & CSA covers and four long personal letters, most to Miss Nannie (Nancy) Tate, later Mrs. David Graham of Graham’s Forge, VA, mainly from her brothers, William Hanson Tate and James Graham Tate, and perhaps others. Both brothers were killed while serving in the Confederate Army, William in the Battle of New Market, and James at Sheperdstown, VA. Covers include: USA No. 26 tied with blue Emory, VA, cds to Staunton, VA; very fine Confederate Army of Northern Virginia cover with ‘10’ in double circle postmark ANV postmark, addressed to Nannie M. Tate, Max Meadows, VA, with manuscript ‘W.G. Tate, 4th VA Regiment, Stonewall Brigade’ in the same hand at left; two Nesbitt entires (one reduced at left); two 3¢ green Banknote frankings; a CSA #11 (faulty) franking; others. Three of the covers are addressed to Col. Ulric Dahlgren (of the famous ‘Dahlgren Papers’), his father was Rear Admiral Dahlgren (Lincoln’s Navy Chief and inventor of the Dahlgren gun) and his brother was C.B Dahlgren, all famous Union officers. Mixed condition, faulty to very fine.

USA COVER ACCUMULATIONS 2436  1820-1940s COVER ACCUMULATION WITH MANY BETTER ........................................................... $500-700

Few hundred covers from 1820 Boston stampless thru Soldier’s Mail for WWII, includes several nice advertising & corner cards, some fancy cancels. Highlights include: 1832 stampless with ‘CITY OF WASHINGTON’ red cds; 19 covers for 1851 & 1857 series; several 1861-67 issues including 1863 Illinois cover franked with #63 & #68 pair; 6 used Civil War patriotics, 4 with ‘Due 3’ (mixed condition); approximately 50 covers franked with Large Banknotes to 15¢ (front) including corner cards, advertising & foreign destinations; many Small Banknotes & 1st Bureaus; group franked with 1902-03 series with 1903 registered Los Angeles to Rome cover franked with single Harrison 13¢ & 1906 cover to Switzerland franked with Grant 4¢ (x2) & Lincoln 5¢ pair (1 stamp missing corner), both with NY Registration/Exchange Labels; group franked with Washington-Franklins; more including 4th Bureaus, stamped entires, postal cards, early 19th Century picture postcards; old checks, a few with revenues/stamped paper; and some later items. Other covers of note include: 1904 registered entire (type U86) to Germany with additional franking of Columbian 1¢ & 5¢, Trans-Mississippi 5¢ & Pan-American 5¢, plus NY Registration/Exchange Label; 1901 illustrated ‘OLD’S WAGON WORKS’ franked with Pan-American 1¢ & Illinois cover franked with Pan-American 10¢; unofficial cacheted FDCs for Valley Forge (Middletown, Pa cds) & Yorktown (New Haven, Conn, 1st A.C.Horn cachet, Planty #703-17); 1939 Baseball FDC (Bronesky cachet, Planty #855-5, cv $75). Great lot with many fine covers. Expect some faulty. Generally fine & better.

2440  1860s UNUSED CIVIL WAR PATRIOTICS ................. $200-300

Cover binder with 61 unused Civil War patriotics, plus beat-up used one and 21 reproductions (black on white). Nice variety, about half multicolored, humor, cannons, states, eagles, noted an unusual Franklin design, soldiers, others. Clean, fine to very fine group.

2441  1860s-1930s VARIETY OF BETTER PREMIUM COVERS ............... View photo online $2000-3000

Showgard cover album filled with 90 PREMIUM covers of various types, most with designs or artwork of some type: Advertising, Hand-drawn art, Patriotics, and Corner cards. Advertising covers include cachets, pre-printed postal cards and all-overs for: Beech-Nut Catsup, Palmolive soap, Bon Ami, Quaker Oats, Connecticut Humane Society, Folger’s Coffee, Champion Chemical Co., Borden’s, Bulova and Burpee’s Bulbs. Several postcards have colorful hand-drawn artwork, mostly with messages of love or holiday greetings. A couple of Patriotics (1st Division stationery, soldier & flag), a lacy Valentine with Indian picture at center, ‘I.R.’ Revenues used as postage, Registered, Special Delivery, Trans-Polar Flight Expedition covers (1924) and more. Nice group with some excellent advertising artwork from more than a century ago.

2437  1840s-70s EARLY COVERS ACCUMULATION ................................................. View photo online $2500-3500

Exceptional group of 14 covers and one front, offered intact as received, includes one stampless; #2 huge margins (upper left corner drawn-in) tied with red grid cancel, NY to Ohio; #67 & #68, each tied with St. Louis cds, to Germany; 3¢ front to Germany uprated with 10¢ green (x3) & 2¢ black, all grilled; #75L5 (not tied) on folded letter; a number of 1¢ blues (perf & imperf); #68 & 75 to Prussia; a couple of #65 & 65 covers; a few Banknotes (7¢ & 15¢); more. Usual faults or minor wear, generally quite nice, overall fine to very fine.

2442  1860s-1990s DISORGANIZED COVER STASH ..... $1000-1500

Four shipping boxes packed with several thousand USA & Worldwide covers. Little organization detected, overall a real mish-mash. At least 80% USA covers. While sifting through noted: 1920s USA covers, modern picture postcards, worldwide business correspondence & cards, Post Office or Christmas Seals on cover, First Day covers, special event covers, military related covers and postmarks, postal stationery, WWII free franks, business mail, meters, some ephemera, commemoratives on cover, few 1860s covers and a stampless or two, Canal Zone, more. Fine and better.

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USA Cover Accumulations, cont. 2443/// 1870s-1970s COVERS, POSTCARDS & MORE ... $150-250

Accumulation of hundreds of covers and postcards, plus stamps, nearly all USA, but we did spot a few England and France. Probably 600+ covers starting with 2¢ & 3¢ Banknote frankings, First Bureaus, Washington-Franklins, and later issues. Noted a few better with a number of small Illinois towns, as well as other states, a few advertising (poor condition), Special Delivery, more. Lot also includes postcards; some face, with a few sheets plus many plate blocks, maybe $40 total; revenue stamps, including a nice beer stamp, Battleships NH, first issues, etc; plus some ephemera including newspaper clipping, saw some 1860s Godey’s cut outs showing ladies’ fashions; many hundreds (perhaps thousands) of loose stamps going back to 19th century; more. Mixed condition, faulty to very fine. 2444  1872-1904 SMALL GROUP OF COVERS .................. $200-300

Small group with 8 covers and stationery. Earliest is 1872 folded letter to Naples, Italy, franked with Scott #152 15¢ orange and #147 3¢ green, each tied with cork cancel, red New York registered cds, manuscript markings on address side, various postal backstamps. Lot also includes: 2 Fourth Bureau covers, one a 5¢ entire uprated with 5¢ Grant to France, the other registered from Baltimore to NY and franked with a 6¢ Garfield & 4¢ Lincoln; #308 13¢ Harrison registered to Rome; two 10¢ 1893 Columbian entires; more. Fine to very fine group.

2445  1890s-1970s LARGE COVER ACCUMULATION ....... $400-600

An estimated 2,500 covers in 3 storage boxes, good general mix, years 1890s-1970s, plus another 500 postal cards, 194950s. The postal cards have some potential, many with printed advertisements on message side, at least one with print cachet on address side, ‘American Polar Bear Expedition’ and wolf printed cachet on 2¢ Martha Washington, 1955 machine cancel. The covers with a general mix of commercial and philatelic, 1890s-1970s, some pockets of interest, such as stack of 90 4¢ Project Mercury FDCs, many cacheted with unusual and probably limited run cachets including handstamped, stenciled, etc; two Shuttle covers with folders; spotted a group of Ship Covers, c.1935 printed & handstamped cachets; 1938 Alaska Emergency Mail; c.1960 flights, rocket mail; more. Minor postal wear, overall fine to very fine.

2446  1898-1964 SMALL TOWN & BETTER CANCELS ON PICTURE POSTCARDS ............................................ $750-1000

Collection of 109 picture postcards, mostly from the years 1907-13, BETTER frankings mostly with 2nd or 3rd Bureau stamps. Hard to match selection of smaller town postmarks, Doane cancels, Territorials, National Park and other special type cancellations, many from Maine, Alaska, upstate New York, California and other Western states. Examples include Isle of Springs, ME; Coopers Mills, ME; Galveston, TX (1898); Avalon, CA; Swansea, AZ; Hell’s Half Acre Rural Sta. WY; Sawtelle, CA; Burnwood, NY; Nome, AK to England; Rattlesnake, FL; Killisnoo, AK; Seward, AK RPO; Walnut Grove, AZ (terr.); more! Cards show landscapes, city views, natural wonders, people, holiday greetings and humor. Each card & postmark identified, labeled and sleeved in plastic. Marked retail $2,342 with individual cards ranging from $10 to $95 each. Overall fine to very fine with most postmarks being clear strikes. 2447  1900s-70s HUGE POSTAL STATIONERY ACCUMULATION ........................................................ $500-700

Huge postal stationery accumulation in multiple storage boxes, with a roughly estimated 6,000 unused covers and cards. Nearly all entires and postal cards, some aerogrammes and a small stock (shoe box) of unused cut squares. More than 80% of the material unused, much of it sleeved. Heavy duplication of some items, particularly with about 2,000 U548A 1.6¢ orange legal-size entire with University of Chicago/Alumni Association printed corner cards. Additional material includes lots of modern postal cards, some earlier material. Generally fine to very fine.

2448  1910s-80s LARGE MULTI-BOX COVER ACCUMULATION ........................................................ $400-600

Large multiple-box accumulation with approximately 6,000 covers and entires. One section consists of approximately 2,500 stationery entires, mostly legal-size, sorted by Scott number with duplication into the hundreds of some, mostly common, but noted some decent corner cards and quite a few airmail entires, as well as an apparent attempt to study types. The balance, approximately 3500 items, with covers and stationery entires, with commercial mail, FDCs and more, mostly ordinary, but with some useful pockets to be found including a few hundred ship, airmail and event covers from the 1930s; cacheted/unaddressed FDCs; even spotted a few advertising and some decent corner cards. One batch of ratty early 19th century covers, otherwise pretty much clean, fine to very fine throughout. 2449/ 1930s-80s BETTER SPECIAL EVENT COVERS ...... $600-800

Accumulation of 300+ cacheted special event covers with wide variety of themes and time periods. Includes 175 Inaugural covers ranging from 1933-89, with 3 from 1933, some Vice-Presidentials and some 1989 200th anniversary of Washington’s inauguration covers. About 20 covers honoring Edison with stamps, FDCs, cachets or special cancels related to Edison and light bulbs, Edison’s burial day cover, 50th anniversary machine cancels from Greenfield, MI, picture postcards from Edison’s home, etc. Finally, eclectic stack of 130 covers with atypical special events: 100th birthday of President James A. Garfield, postmarked Garfield, NJ, in 1931, autographed by son James R. Garfield; 1940 Pioneer Stratosphere flight Los Angeles to New York; Moline, IL, centennial cachet & replica 1847 cancellation; Dog Team Mail label affixed to 1928 cover from Gorham, NH; Opening of Little Rock Air Base in 1955; Redmond, OR, air mail service cachet with flying potato (Deschutes Netted Gem); Stamp dealer Elmer Long advert cover with cartoon cachet and 1¢ precancel; 1930 ‘Denver Air Mail’ postmark on cover with Scotts Bluff National Monument label; many first flights with some pilot autographs; #618 FDC ($40); Lahaska Service Garage corner card with autos and mechanic; Raincoat company corner card with 1¢ Parcel Post precancel; 1934 cover ‘by first plane going East under the Private Contract’ with political comment; many others. Overall fine to very fine with some typical envelope adhesive toning. 2450  1960s-2000s COVER ACCUMULATION .................... $400-600

Approximately 6,000 legal-sized covers, many with corner cards. Some used/pre-printed stationery entires. A few earlier, mostly 1960s and later. Wide variety of frankings, with definitives and commemoratives, saw a few holograms, plus some meters. Handstamp cancels with many smaller towns, and machine cancels, including slogans and a few pictorial cancels. All commercial, no FDCs. Cleanly opened, very fine throughout. Lots of variety here, with plenty through which to look. You will find slogan & pictorial cancels, meters, corner cards, machine postmarks, pre-printed used postal stationery, more. (Proceeds benefit the APS)

2451  1960s-2000s LEGAL-SIZED COVER ACCUMULATION ...................................................................................... $400-600

Approximately 6,000 legal-sized covers, many with corner cards. Some used/pre-printed stationery entires. A few earlier, mostly 1960s and later. Wide variety of frankings, with definitives and commemoratives, saw a few holograms, plus many meters. Some handstamp cancels from smaller towns, and many machine cancels, including slogans and a few pictorial cancels. All commercial, no FDCs. Useful variety. You will find slogan & pictorial cancels, meters, corner cards, machine postmarks, pre-printed used postal stationery, more. All cleanly opened, very fine throughout. (Proceeds benefit the APS)

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CONFEDERATE COVERS 2452  1861-65 TWO COVERS ............................................. PH

$150

Two covers: (1) Home made cover, Richmond to Pedler’s Hill, SC franked with very fine, margins all around CSA #2a 10¢ light blue sealing backflap, tied with Richmond cds, light soiling, otherwise very fine; (2) Raleigh, NC, to Edenton, SC, franked with CSA #11, margins large to in at bottom, tied with Raleigh double circle, tears to back of cover, otherwise very fine. Cat $450.

2453  (2) 1861 JEFFERSON 10¢ BLUE, SMALL COVER .... PH

2455  (5) 1862 JEFFERSON 10¢ DULL ROSE, CAMP FORNEY ......................................................... PH

2456  (5) 1862 JEFFERSON 10¢ ROSE ............................. PH

$300

2457  (11) 1864 DAVIS 10¢ BLUE, STRAIGHTLINE GOODSON, VA CANCEL .......................................... PH

$300

Charleston to Lexington C.H., SC, franked with CSA Scott #5, margins large to clear, gum stains, tied with 8/6/62 Charleston double circle postmark, cover with small piece missing upper left, otherwise fine. (2000 CSA Cert #3939) Cat $800.

$125

Small ladies cover franked with CSA #2, near fine, light toning and small nicks at edges, tied with Mount Olive, NC, cds, to Pittsboro, NC. Cover with edge wear and missing backflap, fine. Cat $325.

2454  (3) 1862 JACKSON 2¢ GREEN, SAVANNAH LOCAL COVER ......................................................... PH $2000

Envelope franked with 2¢ Jackson, tied by 9/26 ‘Savannah Geo’ postmark. Addressed to Lt. Col. Mitchell of the 29th Regiment in Savannah. Slightly reduced at right, hinge remnants & pencil notations on back. Very fine. (1994 PSE Cert #21935). Cat $3500.

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Small cover franked with 10¢ dull rose, tied by Selma, AL, cds. Addressed to young lady in Mobile, manuscript address of Camp Forney. Very fine. Cat $800.

Cover addressed to Nannie Tate, Draper’s Valley, VA, franked with fine Scott #12, rich color and sharp impression, tied with straightline ‘Goodson’ (VA) postmark with date & month removed (CSA Catalog SL-03C, CV $1000). Cover lightly soiled, fine. Scarce and desirable cancel. Cat $525.

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2461  1918 COCOANUT PLANTATION 5c LOCAL, TO SWITZERLAND ................................................... PH

– HAWAII – 2458  (55,74,75) 1894 HOLLISTER DRUG ADVERTISING COVER TO CANADA ................................................ PH $1500

Letterhead Advertising Cover to Berlin, Ontario (backstamp), with corner card & logo for Hollister Drug Co., Ltd (Druggists & Tobacconists) in Honolulu. Per 2013 ‘Hawaiian Advertising Catalog,’ by Gary Peters/Jeremy Uota, it is Type HOL-IL-2A with ‘& Co.’ and ‘109’ blacked out and ‘Drug Co., Ltd’ and ‘523’ stamped in black and integrated into design (estimated 10 to exist). Franked by 4 stamps: 1¢ yellow (x2), 2¢ brown and 1¢ green Hawaii stamps with red provisional overprint. All tied by black Honolulu cancels. Usual faint envelope toning at bottom, and small tear at top center. Scarce combination franking! Fine.

BRITISH COVERS

2462  1938 COCOANUT PLANTATIONS 10c LOCAL, TO TAHITI .................................................................. PH

$200

Cover franked with 10c Cocoanut Plantations, Ltd. local from fourth printing, addressed to Papeete. Locals paid postage to Tahiti, where 2 French Oceania stamps (Scott #88 & 102) were affixed to pay domestic postage. Unusual usage as most of these Locals are found on covers to foreign destinations. Very fine.

– GREAT BRITAIN – 2463  (1) 1840 VICTORIA 1d BLACK ................................. PH

$150

2464  (45) 1866 VICTORIA 6d LILAC, TO NOVA SCOTIA .................................................................................... PH

$100

Folded letter sheet to London franked with Penny Black, margins clear to in at bottom, tied with red Maltese Cross cancel, July 1840 receiver on back, file folds clear of stamp, fine. Cat $640.

– BATUM – 2459  1920 (1-6) POSTAL CARD W/ COMPLETE SET TO SCOTLAND .......................................................... PH

$300

Registered cover to Berne, Switzerland, franked with First Printing 5c Cocoanut Plantations Ltd. local stamp, tied by proper large black circular handstamp. Local paid for transit to Tahiti, and a 30c French Oceania single (Scott #35) affixed and canceled by Papeete cds. San Francisco & New York transit marks on back. Fine to very fine.

$300

Postal card 3k red franked with complete First Issue (Scott #1-6), including 2 pairs, plus 10k on 3k red Coat of Arms (#21), all tied with 4 strikes OF 2/1/20 Batum double circle postmark, addressed on obverse with interesting message, ‘Still in Batum...met a gentleman who spoke reasonable English...he regards Batum as Stalin’s first “claim to fame.”’ Stalin led strikes in Batum in 1902. This card was mailed home by Capt. N.W. Carson during the brief period of British Occupation. While it bears philatelic franking, it served postal duty and was posted to Scotland. Nearly all of the overfranked covers and cards were addressed locally or to a few Swiss dealers. Light horizontal crease at bottom, small punch at top, otherwise very fine.

– CANADA –

Fine right wing margin single (plate 5) tied by black grid cancel, on blue folded letter to Halifax, Nova Scotia. ‘Per Mail 14/4/ 66’ in manuscript at top, London boxed handstamp & partial Halifax receiver on back. Wrinkled and creased, fine. Cat $190. 2465  1860s-70s FOREIGN DESTINATION COVERS ..... PH $100-200

Four covers to foreign destinations, includes: 1865 folded letter sheet, Manchester to Messina, Italy, franked with 1865 issues 6d violet & 1sh green, tied with Manchester duplex cancels, London, Genova and Messina backstamps, minor wear, small nick at top, fine; 1866 London to Lyons, France, franked with 1865 4d vermilion tied with London duplex, French transit and receiving postmarks, very fine; and two covers to USA franked with 2½d clarets (plate 7 & 16), both opened roughly at top, otherwise fine. Estimated cat $850.

– INDIA – 2466  1890-1930s USED POSTAL STATIONERY ................ $400-600

Large selection of used postal stationery from India proper (no States), neatly organized. More than half are Postal Cards, rest are Embossed Envelopes. All used, about 2,000 total, embossed envelopes start with Victoria (1890) to George V and postal cards appear to be Edward VII to George V. Postmarks varied. Interesting group with normal wear.

– IRAQ – 2467  1923 BAGHDAD-HAIFA OVERLAND MAIL COVER .................................................................................... PH

2460  (CL9) 1926 ELLIOT-FAIRCHILDS AIR SERVICE .... PH

$200

Cover to Liverpool, England, franked on address side with 4¢ Admiral and on back with Elliot-Fairchilds Air Service (25¢) stamp, each tied with black grid and June 3, 1926, Red Lake, Ontario, cds. Late use, Elliot-Fairchild was out of business less than a month later. Fine to very fine.

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$150

Cover from Basrah to Boston, franked on back with Iraq #1-2 and #7, tied by 12/12/27 ‘Busra’ postmarks. Additional 12/14 Baghdad, 12/25 London and 1/5/28 Boston transit marks on back. Front has manuscript ‘Over Land Mail,’ Basrah gray blue registration label and violet U.S. Customs handstamp. Fine to very fine.

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Registered cover Basrah to USA, franked on back with Iraq #3 and pair #7, tied by 12/31/23 ‘Busra’ postmarks. Manuscript ‘Overland mail Haifa Bagdad’ and ‘Registered’ on front, blue Basrah/885 registry label and blue crayon marking on front; various New York City receivers on back. Early cover since the Overland Mail route began Oct 23. Fine.

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2462 2461

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2471  1920s-40s SMALL TOWN CANCELLATIONS ........................................................................... PH $2500-3500

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– NEW ZEALAND – 2469  1874-1901 ‘FIRST SIDEWAYS’ DESIGN POSTAL STATIONERY EXHIBIT ..................................... PH $2500-3500

Wonderful EXHIBIT collection of the ‘FIRST SIDEWAYS’ design of Postal Stationery, mounted on 35 annotated exhibit pages. Includes 76 stationery items, mostly Postal Cards, including used & unused, plus a section on Registered envelopes, with Forerunners. Opens with Specimen card, with printed message on reverse from the Postmaster General dated Oct 20, 1876, stating that PMG ‘has the honor to forward a specimen of the New Zealand Post Card, which will be brought into use in this Colony on the 1st of November next’. Collection proceeds from there with uprated cards, early advertising, postage dues, shades, frame line varieties, auxiliary markings, a scarce sender’s card with reply card still attached, cards with Boer War scenes and much, much more. Nice quality for period.

– PALESTINE – 2470  1918-47 JERUSALEM POSTMARK COLLECTION ..... $400-600

Group of 40 covers and cards with various Jerusalem postmarks during the British Mandate period. Additional three postal documents with cancels. Types vary from 1918 Army Post Office to 1940s machine slogan cancels. Noted triangular cancel, censor markings, Airmails, Registration labels, foreign destinations, single frankings, multiple frankings, more. Housed on homemade annotated album pages with information on each cancel with Glassman & Sacher numbers. Overall fine to very fine.

Group of 25 covers plus couple pieces and documents, each showing example of various small towns in Mandate Palestine. Includes Acre, Ber Jacob, Binyamina, Bir Zeit, Gaza, Holon, Maaborote, Majdal, Nablus, Pardess Hana, Qiryat Chaim, Rafa, Errama, Ramataim, Rehoboth, Rosh Pinah, Safed, Sdeh Nahum, Semakh, Surafend, Tiberias and Yajur Nesher. A couple duplicate towns, some nice postcards, corner cards and frankings. Overall fine to very fine. Housed on homemade album pages with informative text on each town or settlement. 2472  1943 CENSORED COVER, RETURNED TO SENDER .................................................................................... PH

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$500

Airmail envelope franked with 50m Pictorial (Scott #78) tied by 4/18/43 Haifa cds. Address appears German, but covered up by large green Post Office label ‘Returned to Sender/By the Censor’ (form P.C. 23), censor tape at left, file fold at right. Fine to very fine. 2473  1945 REGISTERED CENSORED ENVELOPE ......... PH

$150

British Post Office pre-printed George VI 3d green Registered envelope (Bale #BF.2) addressed to tax office in Tel-Aviv. Canceled by 7/19/45 ‘Field Post Office/551’ cds. Proper blue FPO Registration label with violet handstamp ‘551’ added (from Egypt); also violet shield & crown censor mark, black army circular handstamp and ‘Base Army Post Office’ next day transit mark, and manuscript ‘O.A.S.’ at top. Two different Tel Aviv receivers on back 7/23 registered oval and 7/24 local office receiver. Light scuffing on flap, otherwise very fine.

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FOREIGN COVERS

2474  1925-34 INAUGURATION OF UNION AIRWAYS SERVICE, EXHIBIT .......................................... PH $4000-6000

Interesting and valuable one frame exhibit detailing the August 1929 Inauguration of the first commercial air service within South Africa. Includes 43 covers, each with informative text, starts with 1925 forerunner service cover franked with 1d red first Airmail issue & 1d red George V, Cape Town to Durban. Then a series of covers on the Inauguration of Northern Flights. A few interesting examples include Cape Town to Durban cover franked with 4d & 1sh 1929 Airmails, but charge 2d due as the 1sh stamp could not be used to pay the 1d letter rate; a 1½d letter sheet with 4d airmail over franked with an additional ½d green adhesive, Cape Town to Durban; three incoming covers from Great Britain with various frankings and markings (these generally retail for $300-400 each); others with interesting and colorful frankings, interesting markings, and always interesting text. Very fine and attractive throughout. As a bonus, we’ve also included another 50+ covers that either didn’t quite make the exhibit cut, or have been upgraded with better material. Generally the same time period, although some these run a little later. Approximately 95 covers total, worthy of serious consideration.

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– ASIA – 2475  1895-1970s SMALL COVER ACCUMULATION .... PH $250-350

Approximately 85 covers and cards, many Japanese, also Hong Kong, Thailand, Philippines (Japanese Occupation through US Administration), others. Includes: a very attractive HONG KONG to Hawaii Clipper cover, printed and handstamp cachets, franked with $2 & 5c George V issues, Hawaii backstamp; two c.1920 TURKEY covers, one to Canada (uprated stationery entire), other to France, both very fine; THAILAND covers and cards; MACAO; 1945 SINGAPORE cover franked with four different George VI ‘BMA’ blocks of 4; JAPAN covers and stationery; more. Interesting group, plenty of retail potential.

– AUSTRIA – 2476  1850s-60s CLASSIC COVER GROUP ..................................................... View photo online $600-800

Close to 40 classic covers including several with first issue frankings such as lovely 9kr single franking out of Rovereto with Ferchenbauer Cert. Many attractive covers with variety of cancels. Mostly fine to very fine and better.

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Austria – Foreign Covers, cont. 2477  1866 VIENNA TO NEW YORK .................................. PH

$250

Folded letter sheet, Vienna to New York, franked with 4 singles of 15kr yellow brown (Scott #26, Michel #34), tied with 3 strikes of black Vienna cds, red Aachen transit at left, light red NY receiver below, fine to very fine. Scarce franking, Michel values such covers (50k-100k franking) at €€500. (Michel €€500= US$688)

2478  1866 VIENNA TO NEW YORK .................................. PH

$150

2479  1866 VIENNA TO NEW YORK FOLDED LETTER ......................................................... View photo online

$150

Folded lettersheet, Vienna to New York, franked with 4 singles of 15kr yellow brown (Scott #26, Michel #34), 1 on address side, 3 on back, all tied with 3 strikes of black Vienna cds. Red Aachen transit and red NY receiver on address side. Faint stain lower right, otherwise very fine. Scarce franking, Michel values covers with 50k-100k franking at €€ 500. (Michel €€ 500=US$688)

Folded lettersheet, Vienna to New York, franked with 4 singles of 15kr yellow brown (Scott #26, Michel #34) on back, all tied with 2 strikes of Vienna cds, additional strike on address side, along with red Strasbourg transit and NY receiver. Ink stain bottom, otherwise very fine. Michel values covers with 50k-100k franking at €€500. (Michel €€ 500=US$688)

Attractive grouping of 7 covers from Austrian Offices in the Ottoman Empire, includes some better cancels and Registration labels. Includes: (1) Postal card 20pa on 5kr Emperor (Bale #107) postmarked with single-ring Jaffa cds (Bale #108). Card to Prussian Saxony, with 6/5/94 Wittenberg receiver. (2) Emperor 1pi on 10kr blue on gray letter card (Bale #132) canceled with Jaffa cds with year (Bale #108). ‘Passau 2.Bahnhof’ receiver on back. (3) Christmas color postcard franked with 20pa on 5kr stamp (Scott #22), tied by Christmas Day 1899 magenta Austrian Jerusalem cds. Additional magenta Christmas Eve Bethlehem cachet at top left; black Leipzig receiver at left. (4) Unusual usage within Ottoman Empire. The 10h Austrian postal card with 20pa surcharge (Bale #108), sent from Istanbul to Jerusalem, with 11/13/00 ‘Constantinopel’ cds and 11/25 Austrian Jerusalem receiver (Bale #122), correspondence in English. (5) Deutsche Palastina-Bank 1pi foreign rate stationery with additional 1pi stamp added to pay the registration fee, tied by 9/22/10 ‘CAIFA a’ cds with date banner and Austrian Post spelled out (not listed as such in Bale). Additional yellow perforated ‘Caifa/osterr. Post’ registration label (Bale #R-13) tied by blue crayon mark. Addressed to Birmingham, with two different London & one Birmingham receiver on back along with red & black bank seal (Bale #L-94a). Vertical file fold affects seal and some toning. (6) Deutsche Palastina-Bank 1pi foreign rate stationery with additional 1pi stamp added to pay the registration fee. Each tied by 9/3/10 ‘JAFFA a’ cds (Bale #125). Additional yellow perforated Jaffa registration label (Bale #R-17) tied by violet ‘Recommandirt’ handstamp. Addressed to Leipzig with 9/10 receiver on back along with red bank seal on back (Bale #L-94a). Minor wear, tone spot on indicia. (7) Austrian entire 5c green Emperor, cancelled by Austrian ‘Jerusalem b’ cds (Bale #129). Corner card for girls’ orphanage in Jerusalem; Bale does not value ‘other institutions’ which are less common (Bale stationery #165). File fold and some soiling. Overall fine to very fine and better.

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– BELGIUM –

– CHINA PRC –

2481  (B605a) 1957 ANTACRTIC EXPEDITION S/S .......... PH

$100

Attractive cacheted legal-size cover to Jette, Belgium, franked with Antarctic S/S postmarked 1/5/58, 2/24/58 Brussels receiving backstamp, very fine. Cat $140.

2483  1958-60 SMALL SELECTION FDCs ..................................................... View photo online $150-250

– CHINA – 2482  1947 TIENTSIN TO PALESTINE REGISTERED COVER ....................................................................... PH

$250

Registered cover from Tientsin to Hadera, Palestine, franked with China Scott #629 $100 brown and #645 x2 $3000 blue, tied by 2 strikes 5/19/47 ‘Tientsin 11’ postmarks. On front a torn red registration label, blue crayon marks, blue & black bilingual airmail label, plus different style 5/19 Tientsin postmark; on back is violet merchant’s handstamp, 5/21 Shanghai, 5/24 Hong Kong, 6/7 Haifa and 6/8 Hadera transit marks. File fold at center does not affect stamps or postmarks, fine to very fine.

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Group of 19 cacheted First Day Covers from PRC. Includes Scott #372-73, 392-93, 402-03 (incomplete set), 405-06, 407-08, 416-17 x2, 422, 423-24, 425, 426-37 (across 3 covers), 438-40, 465-66, 467-82 (across 3 covers) and #483-86. Each with red ‘China Philatelic Company’ handstamp on back. Some foxing from cachets in storage, otherwise very fine. (Michel €€469=US$645)

2484  1966-69 COVER TO WEST GERMANY FRANKED W/ 10 STAMPS .......................................................... PH

$850

Gorgeous Airmail cover to West Germany, franked with 10 DIFFERENT stamps (by Scott): People’s Liberation Army (#843 & 847-49), Sun Yat-sen (#919), Lu Hsun (#924-26) and Singer & Piano (#1005-06). All tied by 4 strikes ‘Tientsin Taku New Port 1969.12.24’ cds. Very colorful & attractive. Clean, fine to very fine, tiny tear at right. Covers mailed during ‘Red Guard’ Cultural Revolutionary Period are extremely scarce & valuable.

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– EGYPT –

China PRC – Foreign Covers, cont. 2485  1967 AIRMAIL COVER TO POLAND FRANKED W/ SELECTED THOUGHTS OF MAO ...................... PH $1250

Hand-addressed airmail envelope from SHANGHAI to POLAND. Colorful franking with 4 stamps (by Scott): Mao (#938), Thoughts x2 (#939), and Mao & Poem (#950). Clean attractive cover, very fine. Covers mailed during the ‘Red Guard’ Cultural Revolutionary Period are extremely scarce & valuable! 2486  (959) 1967 PARADE OF SUPPORTERS SLOGAN COVER FROM TIBET TO NEPAL ............................ PH $1250

Clean ‘Book-post’ slogan cover franked with colorful Scott 959 (cv $200 used) & 1f definitive tied by bilingual LASA ‘1968.12.1’ cds to Lalitpore/Nepal with ’13 DEC 68' receiving. Tibet usage of W3-1. Attractive cover, very fine. Scarce commercial use. Covers mailed during the ‘Red Guard’ Cultural Revolutionary Period are extremely scarce & valuable. 2487  1968-70 COLORFUL COVER TO SWITZERLAND W/ REVOLUTIONARY OPERA, SNOW PATROL & OTHER ISSUES ......................................................... PH

$650

Hand-addressed airmail envelope to Switzerland with circular ‘letter box 798.’ Colorful franking on front & back with 7 different stamps (by Scott/Michel): The Red Lantern (#983/ #1010), Raid on White Tiger Regiment (#984/#1011), Taking Bandit’s fort (#987/#1012), Snow Patrol (#1015/#1039), the Patrol sets out (#1048/#1064), Yang (#1051/#1067) and Frontier Guard (#1053/#1069). Small tear from opening at top right corner. Clean attractive colorful cover, very fine. Covers mailed during ‘Red Guard’ Cultural Revolutionary Period are extremely scarce & valuable!

Many hundreds of covers including registered addressed to the United States Green Card Registration Office. Most are franked with regular issues including some color and shade varieties from various printings. Huge assortment of postmarks and postal markings. Unusual assortment for someone with the patience to look for stamp and postal marking varieties from all over Egypt. Generally fine to very fine.

– FRANCE – 2489  1941 DE GURS INTERNMENT CAMP COVER ........ PH

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$300

Cover franked with France Scott 339 tied by ‘Camp de Gurs/ Basses Pyrenees’ 9/23/41 postmark. Additional strike, plus violet oval censor handstamp from Interior Ministry/Camp de Gurs. Addressed to German name in Basel, Switzerland. Camp de Gurs was an internment camp which held various prisoners, the Vichy government used it for non-French Jews, Spaniards fleeing Franco, Gypsies and others. Very fine.

– FRENCH COLONIES – 2490/P 1900-47 COVERS & PROOFS SELECTION .............. $200-300

Small, eclectic selection. Includes: two 1900 covers, PORT SAID frankings, with 50c single to Switzerland, and 20c, 10c, 15c & 5c to Brazil, scarce destination, both very fine; 1904 GUADELOUPE franked with four different, registered to England, reduced at bottom, otherwise very fine; 193 Middle Congo to France, two 1c dues applied upon arrival, very fine; 1944 philatelic cover franked with 15 different ‘R.F’ overprinted stamps, all tied with four strikes of Lyon cds, additional strike at side, very fine; and complete set of 10 MARTINIQUE 1947 Postage Due die proofs with tissue paper fronts, very fine. Useful group.

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– FRENCH INDEPENDENT AFRICA – 2491  1990s HUGE FRENCH INDEPENDENT AFRICA COVER ACCUMULATION ........................................................ $500-700

Carton with 1,400+ covers to France from Ivory Coast, Benin, Mali, Togo, Senegal, Cameroon, Malagasy, Congo and others, many registered, different frankings with the elusive stamps of the 1990s. A few uncatalogued noted, and rates, many from small towns, mostly fine and colorful lot, with much topical appeal and 100s of small town postmarks for the modern postal history specialist. Fine to very fine.

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2496  1940s-70s PICTORIAL CANCELLATION ACCUMULATION ........................................................ $250-350

Two shipping boxes packed with thousands of blank postcards & postal cards, each with stamp and pictorial cancellation. Includes commemoratives, definitives and a few Airmails from West Germany, DDR and a few Occupation Zones. Duplication light to moderate, cards are addressed. Cancels honor various anniversaries, towns and fairs. Very fine. Boxes weigh about 58 lbs. total. (Proceeds benefit the APS) 2497  1948-49 20 DIFFERENT AIR BRIDGE COVERS OR POSTCARDS ........................ View photo online $200-300

Small collection of Berlin Airlift (Air Bridge) covers & postcards to or from Berlin. All but one addressed to Karl Hennig, Hamburg. Postcards with same picture, map of divided Germany AIR BRIDGE planes Berlin Bear airports marked both ends and address side marked One Year Air Bridge Westzone, 23 Juni 1949 with different stamps, Soviet Zone, Baden, Rhine Palatinate, & Wurttemberg. Covers are airmail envelopes with Official FDC 100 Day Air Bridge 5 covers (4 to Karl Hennig & 1 to Werner Magnus) stamps Berlin, Wurttemberg, Soviet Zone, one airmail envelope with cachet 250 Days Air Bridge, & other six cacheted one year Air Bridge Berlin Frankfurt, stamps Berlin, Soviet Zone, addressed to Karl Hennig. Interesting group from historic event.

– GERMANY – 2492  1865-1929 SMALL GROUP OF EARLY GERMAN COVERS & POSTCARDS .......... View photo online $300-400

Includes: 30 Postcards with Scott 16 (½gr orange); 2 Thurn & Taxis covers, 1865 with Scott #15 (¼sgr) & #17 (½sgr) & 1867 #61 (3kr rose) horizontal pair; 2 wrappers (1/3gr green); 1 eagle & large shield unused & other eagle & small shield; Picture postcard (Tempelhofer Feld, Berlin) mailed to New York via Zeppelin (2nd American Flight) using 2m Zeppelin (C36 ultra) May 15, 1929; 4 unused postal cards (3 diff with collar around stamp); & other picture postal card with Kaiserproklamation 1871 at Versailles 30th Anniversary. Interesting group of about 40 items. Estimated cat $950. 2493  1890s-2000s VARIETY OF COVERS .......................... $300-400

2498  1923-45 WWII PROPAGANDA POSTCARDS ............. $500-750

An interesting selection of approximately 50 covers and cards. Interesting selection, nice mix of material, including: Hitler and Hitler related items, such as Braun Haus in Munich, ‘Ehrentempels’ in Munich, Leonding (Hitler’s birth place & childhood home), Berchtesgarten, and other buildings and sites, a number of Ordensburg-Sonthofen view cards and postmarks, which was the estate built in 1934 as NS-Ordensburg Sonthofen by the German Labor Front and served as Adolf-Hitler-School for the education of party cadre. Finally, a number of items from the Austrian Anschluss with Austrian and German stamps bearing propaganda and special slogan cachets and cancels; Hitler propaganda cards; and a few items from the Saar Plebiscite in 1935. Fresh, fine to very fine material, many scarce items, individual retail values to $100 or more.

Several hundred covers in homemade album. Material ranges from Bavaria & Wurttemberg stationery, Germanias, WWI Occupations, few Third Reich cards, good selection of post-WWII stamps on cover (AMG, Western Zones), then large group modern issues on cover, many with cachet and special pictorial cancellations. Stationery both unused and used, some privately produced for Fairs. Post-WWII has several multifrankings with Numerals, Von Stephan, Goethe and Stamp Centenary issues, with and without Notopfers. Small group of Austrian covers rounds out the binder. Overall fine to very fine.

2494  1942 ‘DAS SOVIET PARADIES’ ANTI-BOLSHEVIK EXHIBITION CARDS .................. View photo online $200-300

Nine picture postcards (five different), gray or white stock, most with special postmarks, for Goebbels’ 1942 anti-Bolshevik exhibition held in Berlin. Very fine.

2499  1933-39 HITLER PROPAGANDA CARDS .................. $500-750

An interesting selection of approximately 50 covers and cards. Interesting selection, good mix of material, including: Hitler and Hitler related items, such as: Braunau am Inn, Braun Haus in Munich, ‘Ehrentempels’ in Munich, Leonding (Hitler’s birth place & childhood home), Berchtesgarten, and other buildings and sites, a number of Ordensburg-Sonthofen view cards and postmarks, which was the estate built in 1934 as NS-Ordensburg Sonthofen by the German Labor Front and served as Adolf-Hitler-School for the education of party cadre. Finally, a number of items from the Austrian Anschluss with Austrian and German stamps bearing propaganda and special slogan cachets and cancels; Hitler propaganda cards; and a few items from the Saar Plebiscite in 1935. Fresh, fine to very fine material, many scarce items, individual retail values to $100 or more.

2500  1935-39 THIRD REICH COVERS & CARDS .............. $500-750

2495  1944 LETTER CARD FROM SACHSENHAUSEN CONCENTRATION CAMP ......................................... PH

$200

Printed card from Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp in Oranienburg. Franked with 12pf Hitler head, tied by 2/5/44 Oranienburg cds, sent from prisoner to wife in Brno, Bohemia & Moravia. Violet K.L. Sachsenhausen ‘B’ censor mark on front, prisoner’s name, number and blood information is on back. Neatly written letter in German dated 1/30/44. Fine to very fine.

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An interesting selection of approximately 50 covers and cards. Interesting selection, nice mix of material, including: Hitler and Hitler related items, such as Braun Haus in Munich, “Ehrentempels’ in Munich, Leonding (Hitler’s birth place & childhood home), Berchtesgarten, and other buildings and sites, a number of Ordensburg-Sonthofen view cards and postmarks, which was the estate built in 1934 as NS-Ordensburg Sonthofen by the German Labor Front and served as Adolf-Hitler-School for the education of party cadre. Finally, a number of items from the Austrian Anschluss with Austrian and German stamps bearing propaganda and special slogan cachets and cancels; Hitler propaganda cards; and a few items from the Saar Plebiscite in 1935. Fresh, fine to very fine material, many scarce items, individual retail values to $100 or more.

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2503  (9N17-20) 1948 BLACK BERLIN OVERPRINTS 1m-5m, TO LOS ANGELES ...................................... PH $3000

– GERMAN OFFICES ABROAD – OFFICES IN TURKEY 2501  1909-17 TWO COVERS: MERCHANT LABEL & FELDPOST ........................................................ PH $600-800

Two interesting covers from German Offices in the Ottoman Empire: (1) Registered cover to Germany franked with horizontal pair 1pi on 20pf Germania stamp, tied by double strike ‘Jaffa/Deutsche Post’ cds. Jaffa registration label (Bale #R-45) on front, SCARCE red & white Jona Kuebler merchant seal on back shows steamer (Bale #L-93a $500). Attractive cover. (2) Photo postcard showing Golden Gate in Jerusalem, free frank Feldpost, with bilingual ‘Bir-es-Seba’ 7/5/17 cds (Bale #M-9) and violet Royal Prussian Machine Unit circular ‘BriefStampel’. Text in Germany, mailed to Stuttgart. By the end of 1917 the British had taken Beersheba. Very fine.

– OCCUPIED GERMANY – BADEN 2502  (5NB4a) 1949 ARMS OF BADEN, IMPERF SHEET OF 4 ON COVER ....................................................... PH

Pretty Airmail cover to USA with complete set of Mark high values. Tied by two strikes 10/4/48 ‘Berlin-Charlottenburg 2/ e’ cds plus Berlin Airlift machine slogan cancel. No receiver backstamp. A 2004 Hans-Dieter Schlegel/BPP Cert states ‘stamps, overprints and cancellation are genuine. Condition of the stamps is faultless’. Makes for great exhibit piece! (Michel #17-20 €€ 11300=US$15560) S OV I E T Z ON E 2504  1948 ‘BEZIRK’ CURRENCY REFORM COVERS ...... $400-600

Neatly organized collection, with approximately 58 covers and postal cards and 4 pieces. All identified by Die and ID number. Two unused cards, all others used, with many multiple frankings. All franked with Workers issues, about half are Dresden, plus Bautzen, Freital, Gorlitz, Hoyerswerda, Strassfurt, Lugau and others. Clean, fine to very fine group, nearly all with expertizing handstamp(s).

$500

French Occupation of Germany 1949 airmail cover to USA franked with imperf Arms of Baden sheet of 4 (Scott #5NB14a, Michel Block 2 II) with printing variety of red dot next to ‘E’ of PREIS (Michel Bl 2 II/IV). Scott value just for used sheet, Michel value for used on cover. Fine to very fine. (2013 APS Cert #203837) (Michel #Block 2 II/IV €€2500=US$3442) Cat $1350. (800) 782-0066 • www.RegencySuperior.com

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2508X

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UKRAINE

SUDETENLAND

2507  1941-43 DEUTSCHE DIENSTPOST COVERS ..................................................... View photo online $150-250

2505  1938 REICHENBERG AIRMAIL SET ON COVERS (x3) ........................................................ PH $250-350

Scarce group of 6 Deutsche Dienstpost covers, one from the SD in Zhitomir, others from Zaporozhe, Rowno, Proskurow, Belaja-Zerkow etc. One with small piece missing lower right, otherwise fine to very fine selection.

Complete set of overprinted airmails on three unaddressed covers, all with Maffersdorf cancels. Stamps fine to very fine, some light cover stains, signed March. Michel CV for used singles. (Michel #36-43b €€920=US$1266)

2506  1938-39 BETTER SUDETENLAND COVERS & CARDS ....................................................................... $900-1200

– ISRAEL – 2508  (39-40, 42) 1953 COINS BOOKLET PANES FDC .... PH

$250

2509  (J1-5) 1948 FIRST POSTAGE DUES ON COVER .... PH

$200

Two first day covers for 1953 Coins booklet (Bale #B.8). One cover with 5m & 30m panes of 6; second with 10m & 30m panes of 6 making a full booklet. Each cover with 1/4/53 Yavne first day cancels, each with Yavne registration label. Panes with printed selvage attached; on backs of covers are booklet covers glued on, also tied by cancels. Very fine. Bale values FDC at $400.

Better collection of 150+ covers and cards, many scarcer items, with a nice variety of town cancels, slogans and propaganda markings, including boxes, straight lines, & others. Most mounted on pages, plus two small binders. Very fine and interesting material, great for specialist or retailer.

Souvenir cover franked with complete set of 5, cancelled about a month after issue. Airmail envelope, unaddressed, each stamp canceled with June 28, 1948, Mandate style Tel Aviv Dizengoff St. postmark. Very fine.

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2510  1949 FIRST COINS 3m-50m WITH TABS, VARIETIES ................................................................. PH

– ITALIAN STATES – $250

Two attractive folded letters: (1) 1855 Roman States #5c and #9, both very fine, and each tied with 5/15/55 Bologna double circle postmark, third strike at right, red ‘FRANCA’ and ‘P.P.’ handstamps, and Genoa receiving cds on back, very fine; and (2) 1862 Two Sicilies #21 vertical pair, margins large to just in at right, tied with Napoli 1/15/62 cds with second strike at side, on folded letter to Lucera, very fine.

$250

Small folded letter sheet franked with Sardinia #2, tied by two strikes rhombus cancel, black 7/16/53 Nizza Maritta (Nice seaport) cds, with black two line ‘Dopo La/Partenza’ lower left; Oneglia receiver on back. Nice was part of Sardinia until 1860. Scarce, fine to very fine. Cat $700.

A spectacular Registered cover from Jerusalem to Munich franked with 7 different Italian Offices in Jerusalem stamps (Scott #1-7), neatly tied by six strikes 3/22/09 ‘Gerusalemme/ Uff. Postale Italiano’ cds (Bale #502). Registration label with handstamped ‘Gerusalemme/Uff. Postale Italiano’ affixed nearby (Bale #R-51) and valued on cover by Bale as R2, the second rarest scale (estimated value US$20,000-$30,000). Other markings include black ‘84’ on front and three different Italian transit marks on back. Cover is an oversized Registered cover properly dispatched and delivered abroad with total franking of 28½pi. Very fine. Clearly over-franked, but makes for an incredible showpiece!

– LUXEMBOURG –

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$100

Folded letter sheet franked with very fine 12½c rose, tied by oval ‘FRANCO’ handstamp. Nearby Diekirch 10/7/68 double ring postmark. Addressed to Julie Rothschild in Cologne, paper is embossed ‘Leopold Rothschild/Trier.’ Back side has 10/7 Luxembourg cds, straightline ‘Saarbruchen’ handstamp and 10/8 ‘Coeln’ receiver. Vertical file fold, attractive cover, fine to very fine. Cat $140.

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2513  1909 SPECTACULAR REGISTERED COVER FROM JERUSALEM TO MUNICH .......................... PH $10,000

2514  (20a) 1868 COAT OF ARMS 12½c ROSE, TO COLOGNE ........................................................... PH

SARDINIA 2512  (2) 1853 VICTOR EMMANUEL II 20c BLUE, FROM NICE ............................................................... PH

TURKEY

$150

Long registered cover franked with eight First Coins with tabs, tied by four strikes 2/14/49 Founding Gathering of the State of Israel special postmark. Stamps include 3m, 5m, 10m normal, 10m gray paper with wrong text in tab, 15m normal, 15m wrong text in tab, 20m & 50m. Red & white ‘EX’ label on front, addressed locally. Very fine. 2511  1855-62 TWO STAMPED COVERS .......................... PH

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2515X

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2515  1858-1931 BETTER COVERS (x5) ...................... PH $300-400

Selection of 5 covers. Includes (by Scott): (1) William III 10c #1 on 1858 cover (cv $465, cover corner stained), (2) Coat of Arms 10c #7 on 1861 folded letter ($250), (3) Coat of Arms 10c #19b pair on 1874 cover ($42), (4) 1931 registered cover to Vienna franked with Adolphe Bridge 5fr #130 ($150 on cover) with additional Charlotte 40c #169 & 1fr pair #178 and Coat of Arms 10c #196 (torn flap), (5) Heroes & Martyrs S/S B131 on registered 1946 cover to New York (cv for used S/S $300). Overall, fine to very fine. Estimated cat $1200.

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2517  1931-48 BETTER FDCs (x7) ...... View photo online $350-500

Selection of 7 better FDCs. Includes (by Michel): (1) Airplane over Luxembourg #234-37 (Scott C2-5) 1931 registered cover with additional Germany Eagle 20pf franking and green ‘Poste Aerienne/LUXEMBOURG/10 Avril 1931’ cds, & red Berlin ‘MIT LUFTPOST BEFORDERT’ handstamp (cv €€ 200), (2) Sigismund #315-20 (Scott B92-97) on 1938 registered cover to USA (€€ 160), (3) Royal Family #333-38 (Scott B98-103) 1939 registered cover to NYC franked with additional 1¾fr airmail & Charlotte 10c (€€ 260), (4) Medicinal Baths #342 (x4, Scott B104) on 1940 registered cover to NYC (€€ 170 for FDC with single), (5) l’Aveugle #413-16 (Scott B133-36) on 1946 cover to Kayl (cv €€ 300), (6) 1956 Europa #555-57 (Scott #31820) on unaddressed cacheted cover (€€ 120), (7) PAX #572-74 (Scott #329-31) on unaddressed cacheted cover (€ € 75). Clean attractive FDCs. Fine to very fine. (Michel €€1285=US$1769)

2516  1880s-1970s VALUABLE COVER ACCUMULATION .................................................................................. $1000-1500

Several hundred covers with many better, includes early frankings, FDCs, First Flights, Registered, Commercial with several from stamp dealers, WWII German occupation & other issues franked with Luxembourg cancels, Liberation souvenir cards, Philatelic Exhibitions, selected Postal Stationery, Officials, and more. A few highlights include (by Scott/Michel): 1935 Clervaux 2fr B66/282 cacheted FDC with Exposition cancel (Mi. cv €€ 40), 1947 Patton #242-45/423-26 on L.A.F.O. souvenir card with FD cancels (Mi cv €€ 360), 1937 Dudelange S/S B85/Block 2 with additional frankings & Exhibition cancels on registered oversized cover (x2, 1 with cachet), 1946 Heroes & Martyrs S/S B131/Block 5 with Exposition cancel (cv for used S/S Mi €€400, Scott $300), several semi-postal set FDCs including 1950 Zinnen B162-65/474-77 (Mi cv €€ 50), 1953 Candlemas Singing B174-79/517-22 cacheted (Mi cv €€ 40), 1954 Clay Censer B180-85/525-30 (Mi cv €€ 50), Royal Children, Coat of Arms & others, Diekirch-Bruxelles & Echternach-Bruxelles First Flights, and many more interesting covers. Lots of variety with high total catalog value & useful duplication. Expect some usual cover faults. Overall fine to very fine.

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– MEXICO – 2518  (8) 1867 2r BLACK ON PINK PAPER, PEROTE CORRESPONDENCE TO PUEBLA .......................... PH $2000

A RARE provisional use of the 2-real black (pink paper) on ’24 JUN 1867'-docketed blue paper envelope letter to Puebla, with framed ‘FRANCO’ and ‘PEROTE’ handstamps (Sch. 630 & 630a). Only a very small supply of the 1861 Issue was sent to Jalapa in 1867 and was transferred to the Perote and Misantla Village post offices, with all of them receiving the small-size district overprint as used on the ‘Eagle’ issues. Fine to very fine. Ex-Mazepa.

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Mexico – Foreign Covers, cont. GUADALAJARA

2521  1927-56 KLM (ROYAL DUTCH AIRLINES) COVER COLLECTION ..................................................... PH $900-1200

2519  (3,13) 1867 FIRST PERIOD 1r ON DARK BLUE WOVE PAPER, COMBO FRANKING ......................... PH $4000

Extraordinary cover franked with both the First Period 1 real dark blue wove paper and Second Period 2 real green quadrille paper. Fewer than 10 singles of the 1r dark blue wove known, and only 3 known on cover. Important WORLD CLASS RARITY. Opened at left with envelope tear into 2r value, other tears well away from stamps. Only one other cover with this stamp has been offered in public auction as a single lot in close to 25 years. Fine. Ex-Gutierrez (2002 MEPSI Cert #26313) 2520  1867-1868 (6//45) PREMIUM SELECTION OF 9 PROVISIONAL COVERS ............................... PH $3000-4000

A valuable selection of 9 different GUADALAJARA Provisional covers from Gutierrez’s Award Winning collection (each with MEPSI Certificate). All exhibit grade: (1) 1867 FIRST PRINTING (Scott #6) 2r BLACK ON WHITE WOVE, CIUDAD GUZMAN USAGE. Single tied to folded wrapper originating in small town of San Marcos, but mailed in Ciudad Guzman. Maybe 10 covers exist. Fine to very fine; (2) 1867 SECOND PRINTING (Scott #13) 2r GREEN ON BLACK QUAD, SINGLE FRANKING. Huge single with JUMBO boardwalk margins tied to October 1867 folded wrapper originating in Zapotlan and locally dropped in Guadalajara. Extremely fine; (3) 1867 THIRD PRINTING (Scott #18) 2r BLACK ON ROSE WOVE, SINGLE FRANKING. Tied to April 14, 1868 folded wrapper to Potosi out of Guadalajara. Late usage. Fine; (4) 1867 THIRD PERIOD (Scott #26) 1r BLACK ON GREEN LAID BATONNE, SAYULA USAGE. Two singles tied to June 29, 1868 folded letter to Guadalajara by oval Sayula cancel. Very late usage. Rare small town franking and usage. Fine; (5) 1867 THIRD PRINTING (Scott #27) 2r BLACK ON ROSE QUAD, SAYULA USAGE. Tied to May 4, 1868 folded letter by oval Sayula cancel. Late usage as well as rare small town origin. Fine; (6) 1867 THIRD PRINTING (Scott #35) 1r BLACK ON BLUE OBLONG QUAD, PAIR FRANKING. Pair tied to June 1867 folded letter to Leon by oval Guadalajara cancel. Very fine; (7) 1868 FOURTH PRINTING (Scott #42) 1r BLACK ON GREEN LAID BATONNE, SAYULA USAGE. Tied to reduced folded wrapper to Zapotlan by oval Sayula cancel. Rare small town usage. Fine to very fine; (8) 1868 FOURTH PRINTING (Scott #43) 2r BLACK ON LILAC LAID BATONNE. Large single tied to August 1868 folded wrapper originating in San Marcos and sent to Guadalajara by indistinct cancel which is likely Ciudad Guzman (Zapotlan). Fine to very fine; (9) 1868 FOURTH PRINTING (Scott #45) 2r LILAC QUAD, INVALID SMALL TOWN USAGE. Single tied to September 26, 1868 folded letter to Guadalajara by negative Tepic cancel. Matching oval Tepic cancel. RARE cover, especially as this is a small town usage without the stamp cut to shape, and used three weeks after stamp was no longer valid as 1868 Hidalgo Issue was ready by September 8th. Very fine.

– TURKEY – 2522  1885-98 19th CENTURY OTTOMAN CARDS & COVERS FROM HOLY LAND .......................... PH $1500-2000

Valuable lot of 9 postal cards and 2 covers with postmarks from towns in the Holy Land. Includes three 20pa Half Moon postal cards, with 1886 Jerusalem (Jerusalem/Turquie), 1885 Tiberias (Tabarie) and 1886 Jaffa (Jaffa/Turquie) postmarks; six 20pa Tughra postal cards from 1892-98 with postmarks from Safed, Jaffa, Nazareth (Nasrie), Jerusalem and scarce Jaffa Port Branch Office (black negative Turkish script), addressed to Warsaw, Paris, England and others. Cards generally very fine with mostly full postmark strikes. Two covers include 1894 cover franked on back with pair 1pi Large Tughra, tied by Jerusalem cds (Bale #774). On front (at lower right) is the scarce ‘Jerusalem/Palestin/R’ registration handstamp (Bale #RC-29), slightly affected when cover was opened at right. Two different Turkish cds on back plus two wax seals have fallen off, fine; 1890 oversized official cover from ‘Legation Royale de Serbie a Constantinople.’ to His Holiness Nicodemus, Patriarch of Jerusalem. Large unreadable wax seal on back, otherwise no postal markings. Handwritten docketing on cover and notation ‘with the insignia of the Grand Cross of St. Sava’. Very fine. 2523  1901-17 20th CENTURY OTTOMAN CARDS & COVERS FROM HOLY LAND .......................... PH $5000-7000

A desirable collection of 12 covers, 31 postal/postcards and 2 telegraph documents, all with postmarks from Holy Land towns. Covers and cards from Ottoman Empire, many mailed to Europe. Great selection of Bale-listed town cancels, with various types and spellings: Haifa, Haifa Telegraph, Nablus, Jerusalem (regular & Jewish Quarter), Saffad, Jaffa (regular & branch office), Tiberias, Bethlehem, Nazareth, Jenin and Jericho. Noted censored, several picture postcards, registered, returned card, military handstamps, various frankings, three hotel cachets, more. Interesting selection, good Bale catalog value, cancels range from bold to readable, most FVF or better.

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Enjoyable collection of 117 attractive KLM covers/cards with an array of different routes (most for Far Eastern route), frankings, postmarks, special cancels, cachets & etiquettes, with additional related ephemera including photos, labels & maps, plus complete set of labels issued & used only by Postal Officials to advertise weekly airmail service to Dutch East Indies (in sheets of 20 in mixed condition), in corner mounts or hinged on nicely designed & annotated slightly aged homemade album pages (page holes need re-enforcement). Cover examples include: June 1927 Survey Flight, Calcutta to Rangoon with Rangoon 6/27/27 receiving cds & July 1927 1st Commercial Flight Rangoon to Calcutta with Calcutta 7/12/27 receiving, both franked with India George V 1a & with typed cachets; Sept 1928 Baghdad to Batavia, Iraq franking, Batavia 9/25/28 receiving; Dec 9, 1929 Amsterdam to Batavia, 1st Austrian Despatch with Austrian franking & Vienna registration, with ‘ONBEKEND’ etiquette; Dec 1934 Amsterdam to Batavia, Crash at Rutbah Falls cover with red ‘UIVER’ cachet & singed at edges; Oct 1934 MacRobertson Air Race cacheted cover with Batavia 10/22/34 special receiving cancel; 5 covers for 1937 KLM 500th Flight (4 different cachets); and more including selected covers for Polar Route, African Service, European Service & others. Attractive collection with many interesting fine to very fine covers.

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2521X

2522X

2523X

2524

2525

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– VATICAN CITY – 2524  1939 ROME TO SEVILLE FLIGHT COVER ............. PH

First 1939 South America flight, Rome to Seville, extremely scarce with Vatican franking. Attractive cover franked with three Vatican first airmail issues, all tied with 12/21/39 Vatican cds, second strike at side, Rome-Rio flight cachet, Seville censor handstamp, Vatican registered mail label, and blue ‘Via LATI’ airmail label, all on address side; Seville receiver on back, very fine. (Sassone #517d €€1400=US$1927)

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$400

– GERMANY – 2525  1930 SOUTH AMERICA FLIGHT .............................. PH

$250

Cover franked with 4m brown German South America Zeppelin stamp (Scott C39), tied by 5/18/30 Friedrichshafen cds. Envelope with cute blue cachet of various aircraft flying around globe. Proper red flight cachet, typewritten instructions ‘Friedrichshafen to Rio de Janeiro’ on front; black 5/25 Rio pictorial transit postmark and 6/11 New York & Chicago RPO duplex receiver on back. Very fine. (Sieger #57E €€ 550=US$757)

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2527

2528

2529

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– LIECHTENSTEIN – 2526  (123) 1931 SWITZERLAND FLIGHT ........................ PH

$125

Switzerland flight cover, Triesenberg, Liechtenstein, to Friedrichschafen, to Lausanne. Franked with Liechtenstein #107 2fr green & brown, and C4-5, all tied with two strikes of Triesenberg double circle, 8/20/31 Friedrichschafen double circle, 8/27/31 Lausanne receiver, and red flight cachet, all on address side. Very fine cover, scarce franking. (Sieger #123)

– USA – 2527  1928 FIRST AMERICA FLIGHT W/ PRIVATE OVERPRINT ............................................................... PH

$300

Oversized postcard franked with 53¢ proper post card rate, using 3¢ & 25¢ First Bureau stamps, 15¢ Map Airmail and 10¢ Spirit of St. Louis Airmail stamps, tied by two strikes 10/28/ 28 Lakehurst duplex. Proper violet flight cachet on front, Friedrichshafen 11/1 receiver on back. Additionally affixed is Roessler’s privately overprinted 1¢ Franklin Fourth Bureau ‘Graf/Zeppelin’ which is tied but does not pay postage. Back side of card has photographs of ‘The three hard-working postmaster generals of the U.S. Post Office Department’ Paul Henderson, W. Irving Glover and Otto Praeger. Minor wear, fine to very fine.

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$700

Flown Zeppelin cover franked with four 65¢ Zeppelin singles, all tied with Varick Str. Station duplex and lilac flight cachet, red flight cachet at side; Lakehurst receiver on back. Paper clip stain and tiny tear at top, stamps not affected. Scott for used stamps alone $660. (Sieger #64 €€ 1125=US$1549)

2529  (C13, C14) 1930 ZEPPELIN 65¢ GREEN PAIR & $1.30 BROWN, ON FLOWN COVER ........................ PH

$625

Attractive cover franked with C13 vertical Zeppelin pair 65¢ & C14 $1.30 Zepp single, all very fine, all tied with New York Varick St. Sta. duplex, lilac and red flight cachets on address side; Lakehurst receiver on back, very fine. (Sieger #64) Cat $730. 2530  (C14) 1930 ZEPPELIN $1.30 BROWN, PAN-AMERICA FLIGHT ............................................ PH

$450

Picture postcard of First Church of Christ Scientist in Syracuse, NY, franked with FVF upper left corner $1.30 single Zeppelin (C14), tied by 4/30/30 Varick St. machine cancel. Proper red circular cachet, violet round-trip map cachet and green 5/31 Lakehurst machine receiver on address side. Very fine. (Sieger #64B €€650=US$895)

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2528  (C13) 1930 ZEPPELIN 65¢ GREEN, FOUR ON FLOWN ZEPPELIN COVER ...................................... PH

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2531  (C14) 1930 ZEPPELIN $1.30 BROWN ON FLIGHT COVER ......................................................... PH

$375

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2533  (C14) 1930 ZEPPELIN $1.30 BROWN, FLOWN COVER .................................................................................... PH $300

Single $1.30 Zeppelin stamp tied to May 27, 1930 Lakehurst to Friedrichshafen (b/s). Graf Zeppelin flight cover, all proper markings present, fine to very fine. Cat $400. 2532  (C14) 1930 ZEPPELIN $1.30 BROWN, FLOWN POSTCARD ................................................. PH

$300

Attractive b&w photocard of Woolworth Building, Manhattan, franked with C14 $1.30 Zeppelin and #681 2¢ carmine, each tied with New York, Varick St. Sta. duplex, red and lilac flight cachets and green Lakehurst receiver, all on address side, fine. Cat $400. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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Legal-size cover flown on last leg, franked with very fine single, tied with Varick St. Sta machine cancel, red and lilac flight cachets, 6/6/30 Friedrichshafen receiver on back, very fine. Cat $400. 2534  (C14) 1930 ZEPPELIN $1.30 BROWN, FLOWN CARD .................................................................................... PH

$200

Worn postcard, creases and tear, franked with $1.30 Zeppelin, toning to stamp and card, usual flight cachets, fine. Cat $400.

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2536

2537

2538

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2537  (C15) 1930 ZEPPELIN $2.60 BLUE, PAN-AMERICA FLIGHT ....................................................................... PH

USA – Zeppelin Covers, cont. 2535  (C15) 1930 ZEPPELIN $2.60 BLUE, FLOWN COVER .................................................................................... PH

$750

Attractive Roessler cover franked with very fine C15 $2.60 Zeppelin, tied with 5/7/30 Varick St Sta. machine cancel, printed Zeppelin cachet and red and lilac handstamped flight cachets, very fine. (Sieger #64C) 2536  (C15) 1930 ZEPPELIN $2.60 BLUE, FLOWN ROESSLER COVER .................................................. PH

$750

Attractive Roessler cover with printed Zeppelin cachet in yellow, franked with extremely fine single tied with Varick St Sta N.Y., machine cancel, red & lilac flight cachets and typed ‘Fried. to Pernam.’ routing instructions on address side; Pernambuco receiver on back. Very fine and attractive. Cat $625.

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$500

Long airmail cover franked with very fine C15 $2.60 Zeppelin tied by 4/28/30 Varick St. machine cancel. Proper red flight cachet and violet map with round-trip dots; green 5/31 Lakehurst machine receiver on back. Very fine. (Sieger #64C €€900=US$1239)

2538  (C15) 1930 ZEPPELIN $2.60 BLUE ON FLIGHT COVER ....................................................................... PH

$475

Single $2.60 Zeppelin stamp tied to April 28, 1930 Friedrichshafen to Lakehurst via Graf Zeppelin flight cover with green Zeppelin handstamp. Additional 2¢ stamp used yielding $2.62 total franking. All proper marks present, fine to very fine. Cat $625.

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2543X

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2539  (C15) 1930 ZEPPELIN $2.60 BLUE, FLOWN COVER .................................................................................... PH

PICTURE POSTCARDS

$450

Large legal-size entire franked with very fine C15 $2.60 blue Zeppelin and average #648 Roosevelt 5¢ blue, both tied with New York Varick St. Sta duplex, red and lilac flight cachets; green Lakehurst machine receiving postmark on back, very fine. Cat $600. 2540  (C15) 1930 ZEPPELIN $2.60 BLUE, FLOWN COVER .................................................................................... PH

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– GERMANY – 2542  1923-39 HITLER PROPAGANDA PICTURE POSTCARDS ............................................ $900-1200

Collection of 49 picture postcards in a cover binder, nearly all with B&W images of Hitler, many of him as Chancellor, through his days as Fuhrer, a few with images relating to Hitler, such as his father or his father’s grave. Mostly unused, but a few franked with Third Reich adhesives. Minor duplication, fresh, very fine material, many scarce items with individual retail values of $50 or more.

$450

Legal-size entire franked with very fine C15 $2.60 blue Zeppelin and #650 5¢ Aeronautics Conference, both tied with New York Varick St. Sta duplex, red and lilac flight cachets; green Lakehurst receiver on back, very fine. Cat $625. 2541/// 1862-1976 INTERESTING ZEPPELIN COVERS & RELATED MATERIAL LOT ................. $1200-1700

Most of the value in Zeppelin covers and Zeppelin-related material, but also includes Precancels, Revenues, Cut squares, mint Plate blocks and more. Zeppelin covers all with USA frankings and include: x2 C18 Zeppelin covers, x6 1928 USA to Germany flights, x6 1929 Round-The-World flights, Hindenburg flight and more. Related material includes modern Zeppelin commemorative covers, reproduction postcards, newspaper clippings from the 1930s, Journal articles and more. Additional material includes: Revenues starting with First Issues on album and other pages; cut squares on album & stock pages; modern mint including plate blocks, booklet panes (including C10a), line pairs, and PNC strips of 5; more. Disheveled, but material generally fine to very fine. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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– USA – 2543  1942 SET OF SZYK CARICATURE POSTCARDS ............................................................................... PH $500-700

Complete set of 6 ‘Esky-Cards’, large colorful postcards produced for Esquire Magazine. Artist is Arthur Szyk, drawings are caricatures of WWII participants. Set #6, cards #1-6 titled ‘December 7, 1941,’ ‘The New Orderlies,’ Il Duce,’ ‘Some Necks,’ ‘The Map Maker’ and ‘Detour on the Glory Road.’ Cards measure 4½”x7" on thick stock, requiring first class postage. Very fine.

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– WORLDWIDE – 2544  1898-1910 STAMP CARDS ........ View photo online $150-250

Six picture postcards depicting stamps in past or current use at time of card production. Unused includes DAHOMEY, SERBIA & URUGUAY while used includes MEXICO (embossed, MEXICO franking), SWITZERLAND (embossed, stampless usage) & TONGA (bit soiled with red color run & back scraping). We have not seen TONGA card before. Fine to very fine unless otherwise noted.

WORLDWIDE COVER ACCUMULATIONS 2545/ 1890s-1980s PHILATELIC CONFECTIONS COLLECTION .............................................................. $600-800

More than 1,450 covers, primarily FDCs & FDC type products plus large number of stamps with full sheets that are mostly foreign featuring numerous topicals. Most in original binders. Highlights include Harry Truman signed cover and better modern imperf S/S of HUNGARY. Large number of items, heavy shipping weight. Overwhelmingly very fine.

– WORLDWIDE – 2546  1890s-1970s WORLDWIDE FDCs, COMMERICAL & OTHERS ................................................................... $400-600

About 2,000 covers & postcards, some mounted in two albums, but most loose. Many FDCs (1950s-70s) USA, Spain & colonies, Japan, Philippines, Taiwan (ROC), Canada, Australia, various British Commonwealth states, France & colonies and more. Some early First Flights, commercial, official types, advertising cards & more. Interesting cover group with normal wear. 2547  1900s LARGE COVER & FDC ACCUMULATION .... $750-1000

Three storage boxes packed with thousands of Worldwide covers. About half are FDCs and the rest commercial or personal mail. Little organization, although noticed clumps of First Day covers from Australia, Italy, New Zealand, other British, much Germany, others. Covers from all over, mostly post-WWII to 1980s, with Denmark, Netherlands, Sweden, Great Britain, Canal Zone, Latin America, Argentina 1982 Malvinas FDCs, many airmails, some more interesting ones to be found, not much USA. Fine to very fine and better.

2548  1900s-90s ACCUMULATION, GOOD MIX OF COVERS .................................................................... $750-1000

A nice mix of commercial covers, FDCs, stationery, and postcards, roughly estimated at 4,000-4,500, with USA, foreign and UN. This was a last minute arrival, so we just spot checked this one. Somewhat organized, nothing too expensive, but each grouping has something to offer. Starting with POSTCARDS, roughly estimated at 750, many modern (post-1960s), but spotted a few early Japan, stereoscopic cards, comic, others. USA FDCs, probably 1000-1500, noted set of 29¢ State Flowers, $2.40 Moon Landing, 22¢ Special Occasions pane (legal-size), a few miniature sheets including Baseball Legendary Fields, more. Unused stationery (hundreds), mostly common, but some earlier such as 5¢ 1893 Columbian entire, 5¢ Garfield, and other early cards and entires. Foreign FDCs (maybe 1000+) with lots of CANADA and some other British Commonwealth, a couple of CHINA-ROC, more, very colorful, some good topicals. Finally, a batch of older commercial mail, nearly all foreign, spotted Egypt, India and other Asia, South America, censored, airmails, meters, more, a bit worn around the edges, otherwise fine, modern material fresh, very fine.

Thousands of worldwide covers in large storage boxes, roughly estimated at 3,500-4,000. Wide variety of material, with both commercial and philatelic covers. Generally loose, although there are a number of binders. Two binders of REPUBLIC OF CHINA, approximately 170 FDCs from 1976-85, all with attractive printed cachets, may addressed, later issues unaddressed; three binders FRANCE, approximately 155 covers & cards, mostly cacheted FDCs including Scott #1100 1964 PHILATELIC issue with label, 1952 Council of Europe, 1952 Red Cross semi-postal set and others including maxi-cards with 1953 Sports set on individual cards and others; binder with approximately 64 ship cancels (cruises), USA & GERMANY; another binder with GREAT BRITAIN including #62 6d gray on folded letter, a few ARGENTINA FDCs and more. There’s a huge quantity (approx 1000) of the same INDONESIA cover franked with Scott #424 10r blue block of 4, with large green & red printed advertising cachet ‘Handy Sewing Machine Oil,’ all to same Chicago address, good retail cover, but quantity a bit overwhelming, plus another 200 covers (estimated) franked with Indonesia #488-93 (used set cats $2.35). Balance of lot (maybe 2200 covers) includes letter and legal-size, wide variety of countries, with Asia, South America, Middle East and Europe, spotted many interesting items such as HONG KONG 20¢ Silver Jubilee single to Ohio; 1937 Tristan da Cunha large cover to Capetown, with printed Map cachet, cool postal markings and Great Britain 1d Due, small tear at top; YEMEN; SWAZILAND 1982 Butterfly single; 1970 SOUTH GEORGIA and 1971 BAT covers to same Chicago address; two very nice HONG KONG QEII Coronation FDCs with attractive cachets and Chinese address; HONG KONG commercial legal-size covers with some nice corner cards; many other good items. Generally clean and attractive material, fine to very fine.

2550  1900s THOUSANDS OF COVERS .............................. $500-700

Two storage boxes packed with thousands of worldwide covers of all types. Although there are groups of FDCs from Finland, China PRC, Korea, Australia, others, and other special event covers. There are plenty of covers representing actual personal or commercial mail, with regulars, commemoratives, multi-frankings, Airmails, postcards and more! Noted groups of Australia, Romania, Israel, British Commonwealth, France, Germany, Hungary, Argentina & other Latin America, more. Mostly 1930s-80s with a few older sprinkled in. Great accumulation, most unpicked through for quite a while. Fine and better.

2551  1920s-80s FOREIGN COVER ACCUMULATION ....... $300-400

An estimated 2,000 foreign covers in storage boxes. Wide range of material here, about 1/3rd of it is Airmail & other commercial mail with a fair amount of edge wear. The other 2/3rd generally clean and fresh, mostly philatelic, some commercial. Includes Spain 1950s-60s FDCs; Iceland philatelic & commercial; Denmark FDCs; two oversized British Commonwealth covers with sets, including Southern Rhodesia 1964 QEII set to £1 FDC, and Basutoland 1961 surcharges to R1/10sh; a number of early Palestine covers; Portugal; Hungary with colorful commemorative frankings; small collection of Airmail covers, all with airmail labels; Poland FDCs; more.

2552  1977-93 FLORA & FAUNA & GREAT BRITAIN FDC COLLECTIONS ................................................... $400-600

Two attractive FDC collections: (1) ‘Flora & Fauna of the World’ with 288 different colorful worldwide unaddressed cacheted FDCs for years 1977-84 including some complete sets, noted WWF sets Gambia Scott #381-84 (on 4 FDCs) & Grenada Scott #853-54 (on 2 FDCs), produced by Fleetwood & National Audubon Society & housed in 6 matching cover albums. (2) Great Britain FDC collection of 236 unaddressed Fleetwood cacheted FDCs including single, se-tenant pair/strip & set FDCs for commemorative issues for years 1987-93, in mounts on Minkus plain album pages in 2 albums with slipcases. Noted Britannia £10 #1478 & Castles #1445-48 (no #1447A). Clean attractive material, fine to very fine.

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USA COLLECTIONS 2553///P 1847-1997 VALUABLE BETTER COLLECTION ............................................................................ $15,000-20,000

Valuable collection, earlies through modern, Airmail, Special Delivery, Officials, Revenues and more. In mounts on large black pages (loose). Loaded with better items, mostly Mint, some early issues used, generally with attractive cancels. Plenty to work with here, starts with Scott #2 used, but really kicks in with the 1857 Issues, including MINT #25, 39, 37, 38, 63, plus used; 1869 Issue nearly complete including 90¢ used, 1¢-3¢ mint, and proof set complete; Banknotes include some choice cancels, 90¢ carmine mint, a number of later Banknotes mint; Small Banknotes complete mint; First Bureaus mint to $1; Columbians mint 1¢-50¢ & $4; Trans-Mississippi mint through 50¢; Pan-Americans, Louisiana Purchase and Jamestown all complete mint; #300-13 mint (#312 toned, reperfed); Washington-Franklins mint (no coils) including #341, #523-24, others; Fourth Bureau mint through $5; much modern mint including 20¢ Birds & Flowers sheet and other miniature sheets; Airmails include C1-6 mint, C13-15 mint NH, C18, others; strong Special Delivery with mint E1-3, etc; mint Officials including 2¢ Executive; some mint Newspapers; Q1-12 complete mint; mint Hawaii; revenues include R102 $200; some nice Beer and Wine revenues; mint savings stamps WS2, WS4 and WS5; much more. Take some time with this, you’ll thank us. Owner’s catalog over $60,000.

2557// 1850s-1920s ORGANIZED DEALER STOCK ON SALES CARDS IN RED BOX ............................ $4000-6000

Dealer stock on hundreds of 102-style sales cards filling a 14 inch red file box. Starts with a few imperfs such as Scott #7, 9, 11 & 17; 1857 Issue includes #24 (with dupes), #26 mint & used (with dupes), 5¢ browns, 10¢ greens, #36 no gum (small tears); 1851s to 90¢ (x3, plus a Specimen) including #63 & #65 no gum, attractive #71 grid cancel, lots of Black Jacks, others; Grills; 1869s to 30¢ (x2); strong Banknotes including some nice fancy cancels, grills, higher values, #217 (x7), 218 (x3), etc; Small Banknotes include #219D (x2) and others mint; lots of cat value in the Columbians which run mint & used through 50¢ (1 mint, 5 used) with plenty of NH including a few blocks; lots of First Bureaus; Trans-Miss to 50¢ used; useful 1901 Issue including #308 13¢ plate strip of 3; more including a few Washington-Franklins. Faults to be expected, as well as some mis-ids, still plenty of usable material. Owner’s cat value $35,000. 2558/ / 1850s-1930s TASTY LEFTOVERS ................... $1500-2000

Nice group of stamps, mostly material the consignor hadn’t yet reviewed. Mostly mint on stock pages, some counter book pages or loose. Right off the top there’s a number of premium items, including used Scott #87 2¢ Black Jack grill, extremely fine centering; #320 & 373 mint OG hinged pairs with US Vending type III private perfs; Confederate #13 block of 4, OG, full margins; #526 top plate block of 6 with scarce #10863; C9 top plate block, VF, no gum; useful selection of used Special Delivery including E1 (x3), E2, E3 and three others; C10a NH booklet pane; #72 used; #76 used; 90¢ carmine full corner; #564 OG/VF plate block; more, and that’s just the loose stuff on top! In addition there are stock pages which contain mint (and used) Banknotes and First Bureaus, many WashingtonFranklins including coils and imperfs, Fourth Bureaus including blocks, Airmails, Dues, Parcel Post, saw some #65s with fancy cancels, and much more. Scattered faults, generally fine to very fine. Spend a little time with this – you’ll find plenty to work with.

2554//()/ 1847-1993 VALUABLE COLLECTOR’S SELECTION ON STOCKPAGES ...................... $10,000-13,500

Several hundred stamps neatly laid out on black stock pages in 3-ring binder. Majority Mint or unused (no gum or regum), a few used, and a few MNH. Highlights include #2 regum over thin, #25 no gum, 30, 37-38, 100, 119, 166, 400A, 479-80, 524, 547, 573 (x2), Prexies complete, C18 mint, E2 block of 5 (no gum), more. Also some Locals (genuine & reprints), NH Ducks with $430 catalog and some Canal Zone (CV about $100). Some faults to be expected, overall fine and better for Classics, fine to very fine modern. Owner’s recent catalog $43,015.

2559// 1850s-1950s USEFUL COMPACT ACCUMULATION, PLENTY OF VALUE ................................................ $1200-1700

2555// 1847-2003 COLLECTION IN DAVO ALBUMS (3-VOL) ..................................................................... $2000-3000

Collection in three Davo albums, generally Used through 1920s, generally Mint with much face from there through end. Some faults in earlies, still many useful stamps throughout, starting with #1, then 1851s to 10¢, 1857s to 24¢, 1869 to 24¢, Banknotes to 90¢ carmine, Columbians through $1, Trans-Miss through 50¢, 1902-03 Issue through $2, Washington-Franklins to $1 including #341 50¢ violet mint, some BOB including Airmails, E1-3 used, better Dues such as J15 mint and J17-18 used, plus about $1000 face from about 1940 through end. High cat value, condition runs faulty to very fine. 2556 / 1845-1934 MOSTLY USED COLLECTION ON SCOTT NATIONAL PAGES .................................. $8000-12,000

Mostly used collection on Scott National pages, formed in Europe. Owner’s catalog $40,822. Includes New York and Providence Provisionals; used #1-2; 1851 Issue to 12¢; 1857 to 24¢; Grills; 5¢ & 90¢ 1875 Re-Issues unused, 1869s to 30¢; Banknotes to 90¢ carmine (x2); Columbians include $2 used and 15¢, 30¢, 50¢ & $4 mint; #261 & 263; #276-78; TransMississippi complete with $2 mint; Pan-Americans complete mint; mint & used Washington-Franklins; mint Fourth Bureaus; Kansas complete mint; mint Parks and 2¢ Reds; the only Back of Book is Parcel Post complete used.

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Nice compact accumulation with plenty of value. Right on top there’s eight mint (7 NH) C18s; $1 Columbian OG, small faults; $2 Columbian OG, damaged; #292 $1 Trans-Mississippi used, light crease; #323-27 Louisiana Purchase mint, fine; short stack of APS & Byrd S/S (about 14 total); #832 & #832c plate blocks; C11 plate block of 6; RVB1-2 NH. Then there’s stock pages with lots of earlies, generally used, 1857s to 30¢, 1869s to 12¢, Banknotes to 24¢, Columbians with heavy duplication through 10¢ plus 15¢-50¢ singles, Trans-Mississippis to 50¢ with dupes through 10¢, Louisiana Purchase with dupes plus 3¢-10¢ mint, others; selection of around 250 3¢ green Banknotes, great for study & cancels; #571 used block of 35 & other multiples; plus Newspapers, Dues, Officials, Revenues and more; spotted J43 used block of 4; Washington-Franklins & Fourth Bureau booklet panes and coil strips; much more. Lots of value in a small space.

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USA Collections, cont. 2560//()/ 1857-1980 VALUABLE OLD TYME COLLECTION ............................................................................... $7500-10,000

Attractive largely mint, just a few used, in mounts in a leather-clad Minkus Album. Assembled by a discriminating collector, most everything selected for centering and freshness, with many choice, very fine or better sets and singles. There are some no gums in the earlies and glazed gum in the later issues. Includes definitives, commemoratives, airmails, express, postage dues and other Back of Book including unused entires. Individual stamps generally top out at about $250 catalog value, but many higher including White Plains sheet, Kansas-Nebraska sets, C1-6, etc. Mint issues include: a few scattered earlier Classic issues such as Scott #63, 65, 69, 72 & others; #112-14 1¢-3¢ Pictorials; 20 Large Banknotes to 30¢; Small Banknotes complete through 30¢; Columbians complete through 50¢; Trans-Mississippi through 10¢; First Bureaus to 50¢; Pan-American complete; 1902 issue through 50¢; Louisiana Purchase, Jamestown, etc, all complete; #369 Lincoln blue paper; strong Washington-Franklins to $1 including a number of extremely fine singles; Panama-Pacific through 10¢ yellow; #480 XF; Fourth Bureaus basically complete including perf 11s & perf 10s complete; K- complete; basically complete from there through 1950s including White Plains sheet, Prexie & Liberty issues complete through $5, an many others through 1980. Back of Book includes C1-6, C10a, C18, others; E1-3, E5-9, others; useful Postage Dues with 14 Large Numerals to 50¢, many Small Numerals, J69-78, others; terrific Shanghais K1-14 & K17-18 including a number of XF singles; Q1-12 Parcel Post complete; JQ1-5; QE1-4; some nice CSA; and more. Generally fresh, fine to very fine or better. Valuable lot for the discriminating collector. 2561///() 1850s-1999 COLLECTION IN SCOTT BROWN NATIONAL ALBUMS (3-VOLS) ............................... $3000-4000

Three large albums in decent shape, plus some loose pages & stamps. VOLUME 1 (years 1850s-1981) a few before 1869, 1869 Pictorials used 1¢-15¢ (both types), various used Banknotes (some with fancy cancels), Columbians #230-40 (1¢-10¢ mint & 15¢-50¢ used), Trans-Miss #285-90(4¢ & 5¢ Used, others OG, hinged), many Washington-Franklins (used & Unused), 1922 Bureau issues #551-71 Mint & $2 & $5 Used, White Plains sheet OG, hinged in margin (stamp MNH), #658-679 OG, hinged (Kans-Nebr), Presidential issue complete singles & coils, Famous Americans, Liberty issue, Prominent Americans, Americana issue, Great Americans, Transportation series, Bicentennial S/S, State Flags, sheet of CAPEX 78 S/S, Birds & Flowers, mostly complete after 1923 with some minor duplication. VOLUME 2 (years 1981-99) some earlier coils or booklet singles, Presidents S/S, more Transportation, some Great Americans, North American Wildlife as singles, World Stamp Expo S/S, Express type higher dollar values, $2 Bobcat (sheet of 20), Columbian S/S, WWII S/S, Wild Flowers (singles & Sheet), Legends of the West (both sheets), Bugs Bunny booklets imperf & die cut, Pacific 97 S/S, & other sheetlets. VOLUME 3 Back of Book material with Airmails C1-3, C5-6 used, C4 & C18 (x2) Mint, rest Mint, Special Delivery complete E1-6, E8-11 Used, E7 & rest Mint, Postage Dues J1-5 Used (except J3 regummed), mixed to end with some better omitted, Parcel Post complete Used (except 1¢ & 3¢-5¢ Mint), many Officials mostly Used & in decent shape O15-24, O27-28, O35-38, O40-41, O47-56 (O51 Mint hinged), O60-62, O72-93 (O87-88 Mint hinged), Hunting Permits mostly complete RW1-65, mixed Mint & Used, RW1 & 2 used & RW3 & 4 Unused no gum, RW40 to end mostly MNH, Revenues mostly perforated First issues (est cv $1,600). Plus some Newer issues in the 2000s with about $180 face. Decent collection overall, some faulty early. Estimated cat $20,000.



1851-1923 USED STOCK IN THICK STOCKBOOK .................................................................................. $3000-4000

Used stock, heavy duplication, arranged by Scott number in thick stock book. Earlies, Banknotes to 30¢, First Bureaus, Columbians to 30¢, Trans-Mississippis to 10¢, more through Panama-Pacific, plus some early Airmails, Special Delivery and Parcel Post. Condition ranges from very fine to faulty. Owner’s catalog $34,145. 2563 /()/ 1851-1945 OLD-TIME COLLECTION ON EUROPEAN STYLE PAGES ............................. $2000-3000

Good collection on old European pages, with many better high catalog items, includes Earlies and good Back of Book. Highlights include Used: #12; #13 10¢ type I; #29; #36; #37 (x2); #71 30¢ orange; #90-91; 101 90¢ Grill; 1869s to 12¢; Banknotes to 90¢ purple; Columbians through 15¢ (1¢, 3¢ & 4¢ mint); First Bureaus mint to 5¢, used to $1; Trans-Miss to 10¢ mint, 50¢ used; 1902-03 through $1 used; more; BOB includes C2-3 & C6 mint; E1 mint (x2); Parcel Post; Official mint & used to 90¢, including a few Specimens; useful Confederates including #1 unused no gum, #4 used. Some faults, generally fine appearing or better. Cat $15,860. 2564/()/ 1851-1938 CLASSIC SELECTION .................... $1700-2200

Couple hundred mint, unused or used Classic issues in old Elbe stock sheet album. Mostly Large Banknotes to Washington-Franklins. Includes several unused 1¢ & 10¢ Large Banknotes, #184 super jumbo used, 216 mint, 219 NH, 229 used, good selection of 1902 Issues, 304 NH, 311 used (x13), 331 NH blocks of 4 (x2), imperf vertical strip of 4 2¢ Washington with paste-up, selection of Victory issues with shades, blocks and precancels, plus several Carriers (LO2-3, LO5). Overall fine and better with a few NH or VF examples found. Owner’s recent catalog $11,262. 2565 / 1857-1930 COUNTER BOOK PAGES ..................... $1500-2000

Approximately 114 counter book pages, most with single stamp or a coil pair, a few with duplicates or sets. Useful mix of material from used Classics to mint Fourth Bureau coil pairs, some locals, Postage Dues, Ducks, etc. Starts with an interesting #28 with pre-printing paper fold, attractive town cancel and good color, fine plus; a few questionable re-issues, such as #127 10¢ used very fine (most likely a #116), #102 1¢ blue (might be good), #103 2¢ Black Jack (iffy), others; Columbians; Washington-Franklins; Back of Book; etc. Interesting and useful group, somewhat mixed condition, review recommended. 2566//()/ 1851-1930s EARLIES & BACK OF BOOK SELECTION ................................................. $1400-1900

Approximately 68 different stamps (Scott #17//#833) and selected Back of Book (Scott C2//RW31) plus CSA #2 MH, identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mainly singles with a few pairs and/or blocks. Individual cat values from around $40 into the hundreds, to $1,000 (#67 used). Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, Washington-Franklins, plus Airmails, Officials, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: #17 used, #78 used, 1869 Pictorials 30¢ #121 used, #154 used, #208 MH, #218 MH, used, Columbian 15¢ #238 & 30¢ #239 MH, #276A used, E1 & E6 MH, O22, O27 & O120 MH, PR74 unused no gum, Q12 MH, RW31 MNH. Owner’s cat value $13,746 (with tape). Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/ regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock.

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2567//()/ 1851-1920s SELECTION OF EARLIES, ALL DIFFERENT ..................................................... $1300-1800

Approximately 44 different items identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mostly singles (Scott #9//#545) with coil pair #413 MH, booklet pane #501b MH, plus #620 MH top plate block (trimmed), and selected Back of Book (Scott C5//RW17) with E11 MNH block with plate # & Hawaii #15 unused. Individual cat values from $50, with most into the hundreds, to $2,500 for Scott #189 MH. Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, WashingtonFranklins, plus Airmails, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: #38 red cancel, #85b used, #96 used, #159 MH, #228 MH, #251 MH, #338 MNH, E2 MH, J58 Chicago precancel, O83 & O93 MH, PR10 MH. Owner’s cat value $13,176 (with tape). Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock. 2568//()/ 1851-1920s ALL DIFFERENT EARLIES SELECTION ............................................................. $1200-1700

Approximately 44 different items identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mostly singles (Scott #7//#583) plus #270 imprint mint strip of 3 (hinged in selvage), coil pairs #411 MNH & #496 MNH, #535 top plate block mint (hinged in selvage) & #583 MH plate block, and selected Back of Book (Scott C3//RW14). Individual cat values generally from $50 into the hundreds, to $3,500 (R96a pen cancel just in at top). Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, Washington-Franklins, plus Airmails, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: #37 red cancel, #75 used, #78 used, #151 used, #218 used, Columbian 50¢ #240 MNH, E2 MH, O39 MH, PR105 MH, UO40 unused cut square, RD 328 MNH. Owner’s cat value $12,010 (with tape). Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock.

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2570//()/ 1851-1920s ALL DIFFERENT EARLIES SELECTION ............................................................. $1000-1500

Approximately 44 different items identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mostly singles (Scott #9//#599A) plus coil pairs #453 MH & #497 used, and selected Back of Book (Scott C5//RW14 & #6LB5 used). Individual cat values from $50, with most into the hundreds, to $1,500 (#85b red fancy cancel, in at right & close at bottom). Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, WashingtonFranklins, plus Airmails, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: #71 unused no gum, #95 used, #151 used, #189 unused partial og, E9 MH, J21 used, O93 MH, PR10 MH straight edge at bottom, R101a manuscript cancel, RD 354 MNH. Owner’s cat value $10,421 (with tape). Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock. 2571//()/ 1851-1950s ALL DIFFERENT SELECTION .................................................................................... $900-1200

Approximately 40 different stamps identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mostly singles (Scott #17//#524) plus #206 MH pair, #287 MH pair, #332a MH booklet pane, #571 MNH top arrow block, Hamilton $5 (#1053) MNH plate block, and selected Back of Book (C18//RD327). Individual cat values from around $60 (a few lower), with most into the hundreds, to $825 (#261A used). Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, Washington-Franklins, plus Airmails, Officials, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: #89 used, #153 used, #276 MH, #330 MNH, #400A MH, #524 MH, C18 MNH, E3 MNH (in at right), J26 & J67 MH, O23, O73 & O89 MH. Owner’s cat value $8,325 (with tape). Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/ regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock. 2572//()/ 1851-1920s EARLIES SELECTION, ALL DIFFERENT ....................................................... $900-1200

2569/()/ 1851-1940 COLLECTOR’S DUPLICATES ........ $1100-1600

Selection of Mint (some no gum) & Used collector’s duplicates including singles, pairs & selected S/S on stock pages in White Ace binder, many in glassines identified by Scott number. Owner’s catalog $6,759. Includes nice range of selected issues beginning with #11, Large & Small Banknotes, Third Bureaus to $5 used, a few Columbians & Trans-Mississippi & other commemoratives, Washington-Franklins including some mint coil singles & pairs, selected used 10¢ Famous Americans with some used blocks & Back of Book with a few used airmails, selected mint Parcel Posts to 10¢ & MNH Special Handling QE1-4, and more. Individual highlights include: used #115, 209b, 153, 278; mint 302, 305 & 307, and others. Expect mixed condition with many fine & better sound stamps.

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Approximately 44 different stamps identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mostly singles (Scott #9//#611) with one pair (#454 MNH), irregular block of 3 (#507 MNH) & top plate block (#611 MNH) plus selected Back of Book (Scott C5//RW18) & Hawaii #16 used. Individual cat values generally from $70 into the hundreds. Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Washington-Franklins, plus Airmails, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: #38 on piece, #76 unused no gum, #96 red cancel, #151 red cancel, #211 MH, E3 MH, O83 MNH, RW2 MH. Owner’s cat value $9,529 (with tape). Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock.

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USA Collections, cont. 2573//()/ 1851-1920s ALL DIFFERENT EARLIES SELECTION ............................................................... $800-1100

Approximately 43 different items identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mostly singles (Scott #11A//#656) includes 3 pairs (#286 MH plate #, 454 MNH & 656 MH line pair) plus selected Back of Book (Scott C6//RW21 with J22 MH block. Individual cat values generally from $40 into the hundreds, to $1,400 (#76 MH 2 margins, short perfs). Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, Washington-Franklins, plus Airmails, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: #72 used, #86 unused straight edge, #96 used, #115 used, #189 MH, #327 MH, E3 MH, O37 MH, Q8 MNH, R149 manuscript cancel, RW3 MH. Owner’s cat value $8,310 (with tape). Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock. 2574//()/ 1851-1920s ALL DIFFERENT EARLIES SELECTION ............................................................... $750-1000

Approximately 44 different items identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mostly singles (Scott #9//#591) plus #209 MH block & used coil line pair #496, and selected Back of Book (Scott C3//RW14) plus U43 unused cut square. Individual cat values from $50, with most into the hundreds. Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, Washington-Franklins, plus Airmails, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: #75 used, #78 used, #94 MH straight edge, #151 used, #289 MH, #380 MH. #541 MNH, C3 MH, E2 MH, J20 MH, O35 MH, R198c manuscript cancel, RD 328 MNH. Owner’s cat value $7,844 (with tape). Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/ regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock. 2575//()/ 1851-1920s SELECTION OF EARLIES ......... $750-1000

Approximately 39 different items identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mostly singles (Scott #17//#678) plus #209 MH block & used coil line pair #496, and selected Back of Book (Scott C1//PR102). Individual cat values from around $50, with most into the hundreds. Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, Washington-Franklins, plus Airmails, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: #36 used, #72 used, #89 used, #98 used, 1869 Pictorial 12¢ (#117) & 24¢ (#120) used, O66 used used (x2), #255 & 256 MH, #286 MH imprint pair (x2), #298 MNH, Marshall $5 #480 MH, E1 MH, J67 MH, O27 MH. Owner’s cat value $7,244 (with tape). Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock. 2576// 1851-1963 MINT & USED STAMPS ON SCOTT PAGES .......................................................... $750-1000

Stack of loose Scott album pages for USA to 1929 and Minkus pages from about 1898-1963 (pages not all complete with some overlap). Highlights include USED #7, 10A, 17, 24, 72 pen cancel, 115, some Large Banknotes, 239, 294-99, 312, 400 San Francisco precancel, 401-04, 479 perfin, 483 Schermack coil; MINT #158, 219 NH with wrinkle, 235-36, 248, 256-57, 259, 264 NH, 269 NH, 307-08, 323 NH, 357-58, 394-95, 399, 401-02, 496 LP, 504 NH jumbo, 614-16, some 2¢ Reds (hinged/ NH), #730-31, Prexies complete, some Airmails. Also good selection of mint & used Washington-Franklins, precancels, early expensive stamps with faults and a few later booklet panes. Some light duplication, some faults to be expected in Classics, just fine and better, still much useful material.

2577 / 1851-1950 CLEAN COLLECTION IN SCOTT NATIONAL ALBUM ....................................................................... $750-1000

One volume attractive Scott National album containing a few hundred OG or used singles including 1869 pictorials (x7) to the 15¢, Colombians OG complete through the 50¢, Pan-Americans & Louisiana Purchase complete OG, some nice Washington-Franklins including #498-518 OG (less 505 & 510), many more including some BOB. A great starter collection. Generally fine to very fine. 2578// 1850s-2000s USEFUL ACCUMULATION OF COLLECTION BALANCES ......................................... $600-800

Includes collection balances, stock pages, glassines, and more. One collection (balance) on White Ace pages with useful earlies, 1857s to 5¢, 1861s to 24¢, 1869s through 15¢, Banknotes to 30¢ black, mint & used Washington-Franklins and Fourth Bureaus, good BOB including E3 & E7 mint, lots of used Officials, more. Another collection (old Scott American) with Banknotes, Columbians through 50¢ used, Trans-Miss through 50¢ used, 1902-03 Issue through $1 used, Pan-Americans, Louisiana Purchase and Jamestown all complete used, useful BOB including C4-6 used, C7-11 mint and others. Additional material includes: collection of Ducks on White Ace pages, complete used 1934-76; saw Columbians mint through 10¢ with dupes; modern mint including coil strips, panes, S/S & more; a few revenues including Thrift & Savings Stamps in booklets; plenty of other stuff. Condition runs faulty to very fine. 2579// 1850s-2000s COLLECTION REMAINDERS ......... $600-800

Dozens of albums, binders, stock books and more in storage boxes. Most are what you would expect, low-end collections or collection balances. That said, there’s plenty to process here, and some small pockets of better material sprinkled throughout. Flipping through, we spotted, some face plus lots of modern used including se-tenant blocks, S/S, and high value definitives; lots of mint from the 1920s-30s including a couple of Lexington-Concord sets, Prexies to $1 plus coil pairs and even 1¢ & 3¢ booklets complete, 1933 S/S, Farley gutter pairs and more; plenty of Banknotes and some Classics (condition often a problem); scattered revenues including mint Motor Vehicle stamps; Spotted a Washington Bicentennial plate block set (some with short selvage); two portfolios, one with mint C18, the with mint Jamestown set; Christmas Seals collection; useful BOB, noted early Dues, Q1-12 used, QE1-4 & JQ1-5 mint, more; finally, some loose material, glassines, cigar boxes, etc. Worth checking out. Condition runs from faulty to very fine. 2580/// 1840s-1980s CONSIGNMENT BALANCE ....... $500-700

Several thousand stamps dominated by USA with some foreign as well. Includes USA collection on Thorp pages to 1954 with good amount of mint. Some USA face plate blocks, some modern MINT never hinged foreign issues, USA collection in Poole quadrille album, 1935 Scott International Jr collection and more. Some mixture of condition, mostly fine or better. 2581/// 1850s-1970s ACCUMULATION W/ FAMOUS AMERICAN PLATES ............................. $400-600

In 2 storage boxes, noted set of Famous American plate blocks on pages, 10¢ Bell NH, others mixed NH/hinged; small box (maybe 200) 1950s-60s Airmail cacheted FDCs and a few Shuttle covers with folders; plus many thousands of stamps on album pages, stock cards, glassines, collection balances, etc, the usual mix, used Columbians to modern mint/used, still plenty of value lurking about, spotted a small White Ace Mint airmail collection with C1-3, C7-11, C18, others; stockbook of maybe 250 Banknotes & First Bureaus with some nice cancels; much more. Condition runs faulty to very fine.

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2582/// 1850s-2006 COLLECTION BALANCES .......... $400-600

Five albums plus miscellaneous collection balances. Includes a Scott National Album (1851-1976) with scattered earlies, with a #11 cover tied with blue Winchendon, Mass cds, grilled Black Jack, others; a number of Banknotes to 10¢ with unused #158; mint early 20th century commems; Parks, Prexies mint through $1, basically complete mint from there through end; mint Airmails, C7-9, etc (no Zepps), mint Express, used Dues, more. Schaubek album, largely complete used 1940-88 including a number of booklet panes and scattered BOB. Other three albums with mint face, including: Minuteman, 1980s-90s, owner’s count $228 face in mounts; Harris Liberty, strong run in mounts, 2001-06, with a number of miniature sheets; and a Harris Ambassador strong run of plate blocks in mounts, 1984-93. Lot also includes a short stack (maybe 40) of commemorative panels. Poor presentation with the last three albums with worn binders, mixed pages, etc, but material fresh and very fine. Some faults in the Scott National, overall fine to very fine. 2583 / 1851-2000s USEFUL STOCKBOOK ACCUMULATION ...................................................................................... $350-500

Varied and useful selection of mint and used in stock book, with values up to $300 or more. Noted a Scott #36, x2 15¢ Columbians, silk paper revenues, a number of lower value Columbians, some private perfs and much more. Moderate duplication of some, with most of the higher value items used. Some faults and straight edges to be expected. Worth a closer look with possible sleepers. Good for online dealer. Catalog value north of $3,000. 2584/()/ 1851-1903 HI-VALUE SECOND-HAND CLASSICS (x9) ...................................................................................... $350-500

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2587//()/ 1855-1920s SELECTION OF EARLIES, ALL DIFFERENT ....................................................... $900-1200

Approximately 42 different singles & sets identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mostly singles (Scott #15//#666) includes 2 pairs (#286 MH imprint & #390 MH line pair) plus selected Back of Book (Scott C6//RW27). Individual catalog values generally from $35 into the hundreds, to $1,800 (Scott #15 unused no gum). Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, WashingtonFranklins, plus Airmails, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: #72 used, #87 used, #98 used, #152 used, #211 MH, #275 MH, #309 MH, E3 MH, O39 MH, PR72 unused no gum, Q8 MNH, RW4 MH. Owner’s cat value $8,116. Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock. 2588 / 1857-1940 VALUABLE OLD-TYME MOSTLY USED STOCK .......................................................... $5000-7000

Many thousands of mostly USED stamps loosely organized on a big stack of stock pages. Great old time accumulation, huge catalog value. Includes Classics, Columbians and other early commemoratives, Banknotes, Special Delivery, early Postage Dues, Officials, Parcel Post, Hawaii, Canal Zone, more. Typically with heavy duplication of lower values, some occasional high values as well. Some faults to be expected, generally fine or better appearing. Owner’s catalog $40,041. 2589//()/ 1857-1930s SELECTED EARLIES & BACK OF BOOK ...................................................... $1700-2200

Approximately 69 different stamps (Scott #36//#715) and Back of Book (Scott C2//RW37) plus essay #73E4c blue. All identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mainly singles with a few pairs and/or blocks. Individual cat values from around $40 into the hundreds, to $3,250 (1869 Pictorial 15¢ #119 MH). Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, Washington-Franklins, plus Airmails, Officials, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: #36 used, #90 used, #155 used, Perry 90¢ #191 MH (cv $2,000), #226 MNH, Trans-Mississippi 50¢ #291 MH, #419 MH, #555 MH plate block of 6, #715 MNH plate block, E6 MH, J35 MH, JQ3 MH, O85 MH, PR18 unused no gum, RW5 MNH plate # single. Owner’s cat value $16,849 (with tape). Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/ regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock.

Nine Classic stamps, includes: two #9, one with extra large right margin and ‘1ct.’ town cancel; two #155 used, one with scissor cut; #215 regum, just fine; #244 unused but couple major faults (not counted); #312 used, fine; J4 disturbed gum, crease; O65 used with tear. Overall just fine. Cat $2195. 2585/// 1850s-1930s ECLECTIC GROUPING .............. $250-350

Eclectic and interesting grouping of material displayed in a stock book, ranging from 3¢ Banknote covers to modern EFOs with plenty in-between. As it comes: #75 5¢ Jefferson used, fine; about 17 Officials with 1¢ Justice unused, 30¢ Treasury used, others; page of 4¢ Columbians used (x24); Fourth Bureau rotary plate blocks to 12¢ (some NH); some revenues; 1893 Chicago Columbian Expo postcards unused UX10 (x4, one stained); used 1¢ postal cards, Banknote covers (a bit rough); 1930s mint singles and plate blocks including 3¢ Baseball plate block; 22¢ Sea Shells partial booklet pane (attached to covers) with center vertical perfs shifted to center of left row, with six complete and three partial stamps; eight old civil war era photos with revenue stamps; and some old letters. Estimated cat $1900.

2590//()/ 1857-1930s ALL DIFFERENT EARLIES SELECTION ............................................................. $1500-2000

2586//()/ 1855-1920s EARLIES & BACK OF BOOK SELECTION, ALL DIFFERENT ............................... $1000-1500

Approximately 43 different stamps identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mostly singles (Scott #14//#547) plus #455 MH line pair, #654 MNH plate block, and selected Back of Book (C6//RW24). Individual cat values from around $50, with most into the hundreds to $1,600 (#99 used). Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, Washington-Franklins, plus Airmails, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: #63 MH, #72 used, #76 unused no gum pair (hinged together), #97 used, #152 fancy cancel, #229 MH, #252a MNH, #286 MH imprint & plate # pair, #309 MH, E3 MH, RW24 MNH plate # single. Owner’s cat value $10,172 (with tape). Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock. St. Louis Stamp Expo 2014 • St. Louis, Missouri

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Approximately 68 different items identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mostly singles (Scott #36//#834) plus #319g MH booklet pane, #396 used coil pair, #492 MNH strip of 3, #534 MH pair, #723 MNH line pair, and selected Back of Book (Scott C2//RF13) including C2 MH top margin pair with arrow & Canal Zone #53 unused partial og. Majority of individual cat values into the hundreds. Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, WashingtonFranklins, plus Airmails, Officials, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: #36 used, #78 used, #92 used, 1869 Pictorials 2¢ #113 MH & 15¢ #119 used, #155 used, Columbian 50¢ #240 MH, Trans-Mississippi 50¢ #291 MH, #439 MH, E1 & E6 MH, J27 MH, O86 MH (thin), PR3 unused, PR89 MH (thin), RW25 MNH plate # single. Owner’s cat value $15,677 (with tape). Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock.

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2595/()1857-1964 ATTRACTIVE USA COLLECTION ........ $1000-1500

USA Collections, cont. 2591/// 1857-1990s CONSIGNMENT BALANCE ..... $1500-2000

Many thousands in various housings with large amount of face value material featuring full sheets, plate blocks, plate block collection, year sets, booklets, mint postal stationery and more. Some foreign present but this is minimal. Some better floating about such as Overrun Countries name block set. Also includes various covers and assorted material. Much MINT never hinged, overwhelmingly fine to very fine or better. 2592//()/ 1857-1930s EARLIES & BACK OF BOOK SELECTION ............................................................. $1200-1700

Approximately 67 different stamps (Scott #36//#753) and Back of Book (Scott C1//RW31) plus Philippines #231 MH. All identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mainly singles with a few pairs and/or blocks & booklet panes. Individual cat values from around $40 into the hundreds, to $1,000 (#67 used). Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, Washington-Franklins, plus Airmails, Officials, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: Scott #36 used, #78 used, #100 used, 1869 Pictorial 30¢ #121 used, Perry 90¢ #205 MH, Columbian 15¢ #238 & 30¢ #239 MH, #260 MH, Trans-Mississippi 10¢ #290 MH, #310 MH, #320 used imprint & plate block of 6, C10a MH, E3 MH, J36 MH, O58 used, O88 MH, PR15 MH, RW9 MNH. Owner’s cat value $12,598 (with tape). Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock. 2593//()/ 1857-1930s ALL DIFFERENT EARLIES TO FEDERAL DUCKS SELECTION ....................... $1100-1600

Approximately 67 different stamps identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mostly singles (Scott #36//#713) with 3 pairs & 3 plate blocks, and selected Back of Book (C2// RW33). Individual cat values from around $60 (a few lower), with most into the hundreds. Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, Washington-Franklins, plus Airmails, Officials, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: Scott #36 used, #78 used, #90 used, 1869 Pictorials 15¢ #118 used, #155 used, #191 used, Columbian 15¢ #238 MH, #258 MH, C2 MNH, E3 MH, O7 unused no gum, O59 & O120 MH, PR9 MH, RW5 MH, RW11 MNH plate # single. Owner’s cat value $11,229 (with tape). Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock. 2594// 1857-1980 COLLECTION IN SCOTT ALBUM ..... $1500-2500

In mounts in a Scott National album, printed pages through 1940, but collector has added a number of pages for scattered later issues. Includes definitives and commemoratives, Airmail, Special Delivery, Postage Due, cut squares, revenues and some Possessions. Starts with a few scattered Classics, 2¢ Black Jack, 1862 issue to 24¢, Banknotes to 24¢ plus a few mint, Columbians mint 1¢-15¢, four mint Trans-Miss to 10¢, 1¢-5¢ Panama-Pacific mint, mint Fourth Bureaus, mint commems 1920s-30s, and more; Airmails include mint C1, C4, C18 and others; E2 mint; used Dues; QE1-4 mint; mint & used cut squares including U348-51 unused, useful revenues, quite a few Telegraph stamps, and a few scattered Canal Zone and Philippines. In addition there a few mint sheets and plate blocks and some duplicates on stock pages. Some faults, overall fine to very fine.

More than 800 stamps housed in Scott National album with 19th Century and early 20th Century sparse, more comprehensive from 1918 on. Good value in Back of the Book with better Special Deliveries, Dues, complete OFFICES IN CHINA less Scott K15 and more. Some mint mount locked. Only used stamp is $5 Hamilton and some early issues without gum. Primarily fine to very fine. 2596//()/ 1857-1930s EARLIES & BOB SELECTION .... $600-800

Approximately 38 nearly all different stamps identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mostly singles (Scott #23//#833) plus #267 MNH plate strip of 3, #314 MNH bottom plate block, Prexy $2 (#833) MH corner margin block, and selected Back of Book (Scott C18//RD327 & #87L57). Individual cat values from around $50 to the hundreds, to $900 (#23 used). Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, Washington-Franklins, plus Airmails, Officials, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: #73 (x2, 1MH, 1 used), #153 used, #205 MH, Trans-Mississippi 10¢ #290 MH, #282 MNH, E6 MH, PR16 unused no gum. Owner’s cat value $6,104 (with tape). Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. Nearly all different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock. 2597/// 1850s-2000s STORAGE BOX ACCUMULATION W/ FACE ....................................................................... $350-500

Accumulation in a couple of storage boxes. Includes an estimated $300 in face, with many miniature sheets (Music, 33¢ Insects, etc), $10.75 Eagle and other booklets, Bicentennial S/S and more. Balance includes a little of everything, noted a few card proofs, Classics & Banknotes in mixed condition, mint & used Columbians and other earlies, mint & used Washington-Franklins and Fourth Bureaus, airmail collection balance, some covers and cards, and more. Condition runs faulty to very fine. Worth a look. 2598/// (1850s-2000s) ACCUMULATION W/ MODERN FACE ..................................................... $350-500

Accumulation of stamps, most of the value in modern face, but also some early used (noted #68, 2¢ Black Jack), a few First Day Ceremony Programs, and some covers and cards. Face includes: two 20¢ Birds & Flowers sheets; 22¢ Wildlife sheet; many miniature sheets such as Bogart, American Glass, 37¢ Aviation, Music, Baseball Legends, Insects and others; self-adhesive booklets (generally 33¢ values), full sheets, and scrap. Some faults in earlies, modern material MINT never hinged, very fine. 2599//()/ 1859-1930s EARLIES SELECTION ............. $2500-3500

Approximately 88 nearly all different stamps (Scott #35//#713) plus $5 Hamilton (#1053) and selected Back of Book (C2// U42) plus faulty Hawaii #8 used. All identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mainly singles with a few pairs and/ or blocks & 2 booklet panes (#319h MH & 405b MNH). Individual cat values mostly into the hundreds. Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, Washington-Franklins, plus Airmails, Officials, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: #37 used, #68 unused no gum, #71 unused, #75 used, 1869 Pictorials 2¢ #113 MH (x2) & 15¢ #119 used, #208 MH, #218 MH, used, Columbian 50¢ #240 used, #277 used, #330 MNH, C18 MNH, J44 MH, O34 used, O76 MH, PR9 MH, Q12 MH, R717 unused no gum as issued. Owner’s cat value $26,308. Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock.

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2600//()/ 1859-30s SELECTION OF EARLY CLASSICS & BACK OF BOOK ...................................................... $2000-3000

Approximately 88 nearly all different stamps (Scott #35//#723) plus Hamilton $5 (#1073) MNH and Back of Book C3//U24 plus Guam #4 unused no gum. All identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mainly singles with a few pairs and/ or blocks & booklet panes. Individual cat values from around $40 with majority into the hundreds, to $3,250 for 1869 Pictorial. Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, Washington-Franklins, plus Airmails, Officials, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: #37 red cancel, #92 used, 1869 Pictorial 2¢ MH (#113) & 15¢ (#119), Perry 90¢ #155 used, Columbian 15¢ MH (#238) & 50¢ (#240), #301c & 319g MH booklet panes, #330 MNH, C3 MH, C18 MNH, J42 MH, JQ4 MH, O86 MH, PR9 MH, PR91 MH, RW12 MNH, U24 used. Owner’s cat value $20,121 (with tape). Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock.

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2604// 1860s-1970s ACCUMULATION OF MANY THOUSANDS OF STAMPS ......................................... $400-600

Accumulation of stockbooks, small boxes, old album pages and more, with may thousands of mint & used stamps, mostly ordinary, but plenty of medium value items, such as early commemoratives,Banknotes, S/S, more. Starting with the books and pages, we noted Columbians used to 10¢; heavy duplication of used 3¢ commemoratives staring with violets & purples; one stock book with mint low value Washington-Franklins, 1920s-30s commemoratives, set of Famous Americans, some Revenues, more; another with heavy duplication of Fourth Bureau 2¢ carmine Washingtons; another with #490-97 coils used, #480 used, mint 1¢-2¢ First Bureaus, some nice 1869s to 15¢ and Banknotes with attractive cancels, used Columbians to 10¢ with dupes, used Trans-Mississippi to 10¢, and more. In the boxes just across the top we saw Black Jacks, #68, #71, mint 2¢ Reds with duplication, revenues, mint modern Officials including ‘E’ coil strip, more. Condition runs faulty to very fine. Should be fun to process, potential for hidden value. 2605// 1861-1930s CLASSICS COLLECTION IN STOCKBOOK ...................................................... $2500-3500

A classics collection with 373 stamps, mostly Banknotes. Includes Scott: #11A, 14, 24, 25-26a, 32, 35, 36, 63, 65, 68-69, 71-73, 76-78, 88, 92(x3), 94, 96, 100, 145-146, 148-149, 151-62, 165, 178-79, 182-83, 185, 187, 188, 189-190, 205-06, 209-12, 215-16, 231, 233, 294-95, Second Bureau Issues, Third Bureau Issues, Fourth Bureau Issues, C18, some Shanghais, 11 Officials, PR119, Parcel Posts, few Revenues, Canada, Philippines 214b(x3), plus a set of Republic of China. Condition decidedly mixed, with both sound and faulty. Includes selection of questionable (fake) Washington-Franklin coils & Kansas-Nebraska overprints, not counted in catalog value. Typical centering for 19th Century material, duplication. (Scott catalog est $20,000).

2601//()/ 1859-1930s SELECTED EARLIES & BACK OF BOOK ...................................................... $1500-2000

Approximately 68 different stamps (Scott #35//#723) and Back of Book (Scott C10a//RW28) plus Philippines J5 MH. All identified & cataloged on dealer ‘104’ sales cards. Mainly singles with a few pairs and/or blocks & couple booklet panes (#331a MH & C10a MNH). Individual cat values from around $40 with most into the hundreds, to $950 (#190 MH). Includes Classics, Banknotes, Columbians, Trans-Mississippi, Washington-Franklins, plus Airmails, Officials, Revenues and other Back of Book. A few highlights include: #72 used, #154 used, #275 MH, #218 MH, #310 MH, #457 MNH line pair, #330 MNH block of 4, E1, E3 & E6 MH, J35 MHO22, O65 used, O111 MH, PR15 MH, PR94 unused no gum, RW9 MNH. Owner’s cat value $14,716 (with tape). Earlies with small faults, centering issues, a few no gums/regums & other condition problems, probably a few mis-id’s, generally fine appearing; later material fine to very fine. All different, great for filling holes in your collection or stock.

2606/1865-1930s QUALITY COLLECTION BALANCE ..... $2700-3500

2602//()/ 1860s-1950s SINGLES & PLATE BLOCKS ACCUMULATION .................................................... $1200-1700

Accumulation of early Mint commemoratives including Trans-Mississippi to 50¢, Columbians to 30¢ & other commemoratives, C5(x2), C18, Postage Dues, Revenues, and other singles, plus plate blocks #320, 2¢ Reds, some Washington Bicentennials, Farley National Parks & Famous Americans; C7-C8, C10, C12 and other plate blocks. Expect sound but also faulty, duplication and stuck together material. Condition variable. 2603// 1860s-1970s COLLECTION BALANCES .......... $1000-1500

Eight albums & binders plus some pages and file folders. Collection balances, sheet files, stock pages and more. Scott album with booklet panes in mounts, owner’s cat value $582; mint definitives collection on large quadrille pages, Washington-Franklins through Prominent Americans, plus Airmails, Special Deliveries and more, owner’s cat $823; sheet album with sheets and large multiples of #634 experimental electric eye plates, owner’s cat $172; mint commemoratives collection in mounts in White Ace album, 1909 issue through Prominent Americans, owner’s cat $250; more. Material generally very fine, although lot has a slight mildew smell. Owner’s total cat value $5700, plus about $100 face.

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Selection of quality Mint (much never hinged) items #65// #800s, plus many MNH Liberty Series Washington 1¢ coil line pair strips of 4 & 15+ Jackson 1¢ coil line pair strips of 4. Some highlights include: selected Large Banknotes to 10¢; Columbian 2¢ block of 8 with MNH top right vertical pair ‘Broken Hat’ variety; Series 1902-03 Washington 2¢ booklet pane #301c; Washington 2¢ #319 imperf blocks of 4 (x5); lots of Washington-Franklins including booklet panes, perf & imperf blocks of 4 with Franklin 1¢ #383 imperf arrow/line blocks (x5) & coil strips of 3 or 4; 4th Bureau Monroe 10¢ #603 coil pairs (30+); Huguenot-Walloon 1¢ #614 block of 4 (x5) & 2¢ vertical strip of 4, (all with disturbed gum); White Plains #629 MNH large block of 50 with right plate block #18767; Electric Light #656 coil singles & pairs; Century of Progress #728-29 perf & 730a-731a imperf blocks of 4; many Prexy 1¢-6¢ coil pairs & strips. Owner’s total catalog more than $11,000. Expect a few flaws, some disturbed gum. Overall fine to very fine.

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USA Collections, cont. 2607/ 1860s-1990s COLLECTION IN GLASSINES + PANES & FDCs ............................................................ $500-700

A USA collection housed in glassines, most labeled by Scott number, many from Mystic. Hundreds of singles, some older used issues & Back of Book (1860s-1930s), some mint, plus MINT never hinged 1960s-80s commemoratives; also hundreds of plate blocks, mostly 1960s-80s, with face value well over $150. Noted better #1292-94, 2101a plate blocks, BK153 (x4) & BK155 (x2). Uncut press sheet for Tweety & Sylvester #3204 (CV $70) housed in plastic flat. Three mint sheet files with large blocks & full panes modern issues (face value $307); better full panes noted: Wildlife #1464-67, State Flags (x5), State Birds/Flowers pane in folder, Christmas self-adhesive #1552, American Music, Marilyn Monroe (x2), Classic Comics, Pacific 97 triangles (x2), Elvis, Movie Monsters, Movie Posters, Legends of the West, John Wayne. Also group first day covers (#1278b, 1280c) and special event covers (baseball, space, stamp shows). Also some souvenirs: 1986 USA/Sweden/UN philately issue packet, USA/France Statue of Liberty packet, first day ceremony program for #1332b, commemorative panel, more. Nice selection, overall fine to very fine. 2608()/1869-1920 CLASSIC SELECTION IN OLD SCOTT AMERICAN ALBUM ....................................... $200-300

Blue Scott American Album (1947 edition) with a few mostly USED stamps, includes: #113-14, 116 x2, 117-19, 166, Columbians to 30¢ mixed no gum or used, Trans-Mississippi to 50¢, Pan-Americans complete, 306, 309, Louisiana Purchase, Jamestown & Pilgrims all complete, #397-99, plus a few others. Overall fine to FVF with a few faults to be expected. Album and pages in decent condition. Good starter collection. 2609// 1857-1930s WORTHWHILE COLLECTION IN 3 HOMEMADE ALBUMS ......................................... $5000-7000

Worthwhile material in three old home made albums. Mostly Mint, loaded with plenty of NH, with several full panes and sheets. Starts with a few scattered earlies, Columbians 15¢-50¢ mint, used First Bureaus, Trans-Mississippis 1¢-10¢ used, #309-10 mint, #328-30 mint, mint Washington-Franklins including some sheets, lots of mint multiples from there including Fourth Bureau blocks through $1 ($5 single); White Plains sheet, more. A number of the sheets have been folded along perfs to fit into the book, otherwise fine to very fine. 2610// 1870s-1980s STOCK IN GLASSINES ................. $900-1200

A long black box plus a few manila folders filled with several thousand mint & used USA singles, pairs, blocks and plate blocks. Stamps range from a few Fourth Bureau, many 1930s issues, modern commemoratives to early 1980s, then Airmails, Postage Dues, Officials, Revenues, Ducks and a few other Back of the Book issues. Fresh, clean material. Owner’s detailed inventory included, with 2010 Brookman value of $13,513. Condition overall fine and better, the modern of course VF, MNH. (Proceeds benefit the APS)

2611/ / 1870s-1990s COLLECTION IN 4 SCOTT ALBUMS .................................................................................... $900-1200

Mint & Used collection in 4 Scott Albums and binder. Highlights include by album: (1) National Album with selected used issues to the 1930s including some Large & Small Banknotes, Columbians to 10¢, complete Pan-Americans, 1902-03 Series thru 50¢, complete Jamestown, selected Washington-Franklins, then Mint in mounts thru 1984, nearly complete for commemoratives, including Washington Bicentennials, National Parks perf & imperf & S/S #751, Prexies to 50¢, Famous Americans, Liberty to $1, Americana $1-$5 singles & selected plate blocks to $1, complete sheets for Bicentennial Flags and State Birds & Flowers. (2) Album with Mint in mounts: Airmails from C7 & nearly complete C42-C112a, some used Back of Book, selected Mint in mounts Booklet Panes #1035a//1738a, selected cut squares & entire Aerograms. (3) Scott Plate Block Album with blocks of 4 & plate blocks nearly complete for years 1950s-68 with a few earlier. (4) Scott Album with Mint in mounts plate blocks years 1969-82 appears complete for commemoratives plus Bicentennial Flags complete sheet (x2). (5) Binder with Mint in mounts singles (some used examples), blocks & plate blocks for selected Prominent Americans, Americana, Great Americans & others including some gum & tagging varieties, noted Gallatin #1279b untagged precancel plate block. Overall fine to very fine. Owner’s tabulated total face alone more than $650. 2612// 1870-2000 STOCK & BALANCE MATERIAL ..... $750-1000

Primarily a stock of modern MINT never hinged material, neatly organized by Scott into 6"x3½” glassines. There are some earlier (as well as Back of Book), Used issues start with a few cheap Banknotes, some Washington-Franklins, etc, but the stock really kicks in around Scott #1200, running past Scott #3200. There’s easily over $1,000 in face, including a large number of booklets, plus plate blocks, coils, and many singles. Lot also includes two binders with another $100 in face plus earlies, Revenues, and more, plus a 3rd binder of Postal Commemorative Society ‘Celebrate The Century’ FDCs. Early used with some faults, modern material fresh, never hinged, very fine. 2613//()// 1870s-1990s MIXED POTPOURRI ACCUMULATION ...................................................... $750-1000

Mix of USA including mint & used singles, blocks & plate blocks, covers, FDCs, selected Souvenir Pages & Cards, a few First Day Ceremony Programs, several Bicentennial & Presidents S/S sets, and other items. A small sampling includes: Washington Bicentennials #704-15 MNH, Fallen Timbers #680 & National Parks 10¢ #749 MNH plate blocks, TransMississippi Philatelic Exposition S/S FDC (Mellone #751-26, cv $60) & Byrd imperf S/S on 1st Minkus cachet envelope with Jan 30, 1935 Little America, Antarctica, cds & Expedition II ‘Second Cancellation’ pictorial cancel on back, boxes of MINT plate blocks, blocks, scrap with denominations thru 29¢ & a few S/S (est face $400+) & more face value scattered throughout, at least 20 President S/S sets (most in original envelope) & 10 Bicentennial S/S sets, Consular Service $5 RK37 on piece with 1937 American Consulate Port Said, Egypt, hand stamp, Pilgrims #548-50 Mint in Calhoun Collectors Society folio, MH Airmail blocks of 4 C7-9, C10, C24 & others, German approval book with used 1850s-early 1920s issues, group of modern 22¢-33¢ used issues in complete panes, more. Lots of material with high total catalog value. Expect some faulty, overall fine to very fine.

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2619// 1880s-2000s STARTER COLLECTIONS GALORE! ...................................................................................... $600-800

Several hundred mint & used Classic USA stamps on stock cards or album pages. Issues range from Large Banknotes to 1930s commemoratives, with used Prexie set, some Postage Dues, Officials, Newspapers and other Back of Book. Owner’s inventory included, with recent Scott CV of $4,783 (does not account for condition or mis-ids). (Proceeds benefit the APS) 2615



19 albums/binders filled with USA mint & used stamps. Majority are beginner’s albums with decent selection of used, some mint 1920s-30s commemoratives, used definitive sets, modern used commemorative stock, and some late 2000s new issue material on Mystic album pages (MNH). Wide variety of material with some Back of Book, some duplication to be expected, earlies fine and better, modern very fine.

1870-2007 USED COLLECTION IN STOCKBOOK .... $250-350

Black stockbook packed with about 1,900 postally used stamps, includes commemoratives & definitives, plus a few Airmails and other Back of Book. Good selection, with Classics, early commemoratives, coils and many modern postally used commemoratives. Noted a couple used multiples and UN S/S. Earlies fine and better, modern very fine.

2620// 1893-1970s USA & UN COLLECTIONS ................ $400-600

Includes a 2-volume USA Mint (in mounts) collection, a nice Lighthouse hingeless United Nations collection, and some miscellaneous material. USA collection on Minkus pages in two 3-ring binders, all mint, much NH, starts with 4¢ & 6¢ Columbians, a few more scattered early commemoratives, basically complete from National Parks through 1981, a few booklets, 20¢ Birds & Flowers sheet, some unused entires, and more. United Nations collection basically complete through 1986 including Scott #38 S/S, Flags sheets, etc. Lot also includes small stockbook with Scott Duck stamp RW1 OG, straight edge otherwise very fine and a little more miscellaneous.

2616/// 1870s-1970s CLEAN MINT STOCK & COLLECTION W/ FOREIGN ................................... $2500-3500

Clean valuable mostly MINT never hinged stock in various housings, with selected singles, several with plate #s, coils, and many blocks. Plus plate blocks for a variety of issues thru the 1930s including Airmails & Back of Book, for a total cat value of more than $10,000. A sampling of highlights include: Columbian 30¢ used (cv $100), Pan American 2¢ #295 MNH margin block ($170), Trans-Mississippi 2¢ #286 imprint pair hinged in selvage, stamps MNH ($72 per stamp), Lincoln 5¢ #304 MNH ($150), Hudson-Fulton imperf #373 MNH pair ($90) plus used pair & single, selected Washington-Franklins including coils, 4th Bureaus MNH blocks #564-66 ($237 for MNH singles) & #622 ($88), $1 #571 MNH ($80), Harding imperf #611 MNH plate block ($100), MNH center block ($110) & MNH blocks (x2, $42 each) and Harding perf 10 #612 MNH block ($130), Kansas 9¢ #667 MNH block ($110), C1 MNH ($120), C2 & C5 MNH ($130 each), C6 used block ($120), C12 MNH block (x2, $72 each), C18 MNH ($85), F1 MNH ($175), Q4-6 MNH (total cv $255), much more. ALSO: other mint & used USA with selected singles, MNH plate blocks thru 13¢ issues; USPS MINT Year Sets 1972-77 (total Brookman cv $187); Shuttle cover/folder (x4); selected Foreign with MNH Great Britain S/S & gutter pairs, some Israel and smatterings for other countries; odds & ends and a few collector supplies. Good variety with useful duplication. Expect a few faulty and many fine to very fine & better stamps. 2617// 1873-1985 DEFINITIVES & BACK OF BOOK COLLECTION .................................................. $250-350

2621 () 1890s-1930s ‘THE GREAT BASEMENT TRAGEDY’ .................................................................................. $2000-3000

Mint singles, blocks and S/S in glassines. Some nice material, unfortunately stored in a damp basement and nearly all stuck to each other or the glassines. Those that aren’t stuck down have glazed gum. Noticed Scott #571 block, #573 (x4), Washington-Franklins, 1909 commemoratives including two Lincoln blue papers (glazed gum), #630 White Plains S/S (margin thin and slightly disturbed gum), stock page of Kansas-Nebraska issues, more. Cataloged as hinged. Cat $12,111. 2622// 1890s-1970s COLLECTION BALANCE .............. $900-1200

Collection balance in binders & stock books and on cards, includes USED: #241; and MINT: #208 NH just fine, #230 & 232-37, 323-27, 294-99, others. Some faults, overall fine to very fine. 2623 / 1890-1938 OLD TYME DEALER STOCK ................. $900-1200

Mint & used on old dealer sales cards, includes Scott #: 227, 229, 240, 241, 291, 293, 358, 419, 524, etc. Some small faults, generally fine appearing or better. Owner’s catalog $7,116. 2624/ / 1890s-1930s MINT STOCK + FEW USED COLUMBIANS ............................................................. $600-800

Several hundred mint & used USA definitives & Back of Book material, mostly in black mounts on White Ace album pages in blue 3-ring binder. Includes Washington 3¢ (Scott #721) & Garfield 6¢ (#723) both MNH coil line pairs; Prexies complete with coils, Liberty Series set complete (spot checked some MNH, but $5 hinged); E1-5 used with some faults; Q1-4, Q11 mint, Q5 used, Q8 precancel; mostly used early Departmental Officials (x27); K1 & K7 used, K2 & K10 mint; Postage Dues x43 earlies and J88-104 (some glazed gum). Fine and better.

MINT stock plus a few used Columbians. Duplication throughout, heavy in Fourth Bureaus including coils and some low value plate blocks, Washington-Franklins include coil pairs & strips to 4¢, Parks, C10, more. Clean, fresh, fine to very fine.

2618/()/ 1873-1929 SMALL SELECTION ............................ $150-250

Small group, with useful First Bureaus, includes: #221 3¢ jumbo MH; #250 2¢ carmine top plate & imprint strip MH; #282 6¢ bottom plate & imprint strip, wide selvage MH; #675 6¢ Nebraska block (MNH, owner’s handstamp, cataloged as hinged); O9 30¢ Agriculture, no gum; GUAM #6 & 10, fine; and finally, #300 used slabbed 80J. Everything sound, fresh color, fine or better. Cat $1090.

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USA Collections, cont. 2625//() 1890s-1930s MINT COLLECTION ...................... $600-800

Mint collection of selected singles, pairs, blocks & plate blocks, in mounts on album & homemade pages in 3 binders. Some highlights by binder include: (1) selected issues with Washington 2¢ #279B MNH plate # single and imprint & plate # strip of 3 (cv $85), Harrison 13¢ #308 MH, a few WashingtonFranklins with 12¢ #474 MNH ($115) & 3¢ #530 MH plate block, 4th Bureaus with perf 10s #581-91 MH ($182) and MNH plate blocks ½¢ #551, 5¢ #637, 9¢ #641 & 12¢ #693; (2) selected commemoratives with Columbian 2¢ MNH & 3¢ MH, Trans-Mississippi 2¢ MH imprint single, Jamestown 1¢ & 2¢ MNH ($140 for both), Hudson-Fulton MNH pairs (x2, $42 per pair), Lexington-Concord 5¢ MH block of 4, plate blocks for Vermont #643 MH, Saratoga #644 MH (x2), Aeronautics 2¢ #649 MNH, Electric Light #654 MNH & MNH coil pair #656, Sullivan #657 MNH, Wayne #680 MNH; (3) with selected Washington Bicentennial plate blocks ½¢-8¢ including 1½¢ & 3¢ MNH and 8¢ MH, Olympics #718-19 MNH plate blocks, miniature sheets #730-31, and MNH Airmail plate blocks C17, C19, C20, C23 top block of 10, CE2 top block of 10. Expect a few no gum & regum stamps. Overall fine to very fine. Owner’s estimated CV $3,000. 2626 / 1880s-1970s STARTER COLLECTIONS & STOCK ..... $300-400

Group of 10 albums & binders filled with thousands of USA mint & used stamps. Mostly basic or beginner’s collections, includes Harris Liberty, Capitol album, Harris Freedom, White Ace American Bicentennial album (stamps & stationery), Thorp & Martin pages, stockbooks. Noted some better items: used $5 Prexies, mint Washington Bicentennial set, LexingtonConcord set mint, used 1990s commemoratives, small used stock definitives (1900s-20s), some Airmails, couple pages Revenues (Federal & State), more. Fine and better. 2627/1893-1999 HEIRLOOM ALBUM COLLECTION (3-VOLS) .................................................................... $750-1000

Attractive mint collection in mounts in three Heirloom albums, collection runs for years 1893-1999 including Back of Book (pages starts with 1847 issue). Starts with 1¢ & 4¢ Columbians, 1¢-2¢ Pan-American, useful Washington-Franklins, KansasNebraska issues nearly complete, commemoratives nearly complete from there through end with over $500 face. A few faults, generally fine to very fine. Owner’s 2010 Harris CV $5,750. 2628//()/ 1894-1901 MINT & USED COLLECTION .... $1000-1500

Collection of 62 mint or used stamps in black mounts on Scott National pages. Ranges from Scott #230//99, highlights include #247 NH, 250 mint Jumbo, Columbians to 50¢, Pan-Americans complete. Some faults to be expected, overall fine and better. Owner’s recent catalog $5,515. 2629// 1898-1940 STOCK BOOK .................................. $1200-1700

Hundreds of mint and used stamps in a stockbook. Mostly mint, a few used. Includes Mint Trans-Mississippis 1¢ & 2¢ blocks, 2¢ plate & imprint strip of 3 & single, and 4¢ plate pair & imprint single; Louisiana Purchase 2¢ block with partial arrow & plate number; #367 blocks including one with imprint, another with plate number; Seward & Hudson-Fulton perf & imperf blocks; Panama-Pacific 1¢ block w/plate number; Pilgrim 1¢-5¢ blocks; Huguenot-Walloon 1¢-5¢ blocks; Lexington-Concord 1¢-5¢ two sets of blocks with plate numbers; Norse-American blocks; many 2¢ Reds blocks; #704-15 blocks; and more. Nearly everything fresh, very fine, with many MINT never hinged stamps.

2630 / 1898-1938 MINT & USED COLLECTION ON LINPRINT PAGES ...................................................... $750-1000

Collection of 228 mint & used stamps hinged on loose Linprint album pages. Includes mostly Washington-Franklins, Fourth Bureaus and Prexies. Highlights include #283-84 mint, 311-12 used, 357 mint, 519 NH margin single, 595 mint, Prexies mint to $2 ($1 wmk & $5 used). Owner’s 2014 catalog $3,040. Overall fine to very fine with some VF. 2631/ / 1898-1938 MOSTLY MINT IN RED STOCK BOOK ...................................................................................... $600-800

Mostly MINT stamps, including a number of 1¢-2¢ Washington-Franklin coil strips, three $5 Prexies NH, plus many lower values, including coil pairs & line pairs, 4¢ Trans-Mississippi (straight edge & crease), more. Clean, quality material housed in red stockbook. 2632/// 1900s-30s INTERESTING BALANCE SELECTION ............................................................. $1900-2400

Nice collection balance with a few used & a few covers. Includes Franklin heads, Scott #461 (x3), 545, 630 S/S, WashingtonFranklin and many Fourth Bureau line pairs, a number of the latter showing partial plate number, useful Parcel Post, more. Fresh, very good to very fine material. Some interesting material here, worth a look. 2633/ 1900s-90s USEFUL MINT STOCK, MUCH NH ...... $1000-1500

Nearly all mint, much NH, includes 1910s-30s stock in glassines, lots of S/S, two Recalled Legends sheets in blue PO envelopes, deep Overrun Nations stock with more than 200 imprint blocks (multiple sets) plus many singles, and more. The 1910s-30s stock is organized in about 500 glassines, most with block of 4, booklet pane, or small S/S (TIPEX & SPA Parks), includes a few better such as #501 and other panes, #534 imperf block NH, #548 1¢ Mayflower block NH, Fourth Bureau blocks to 10¢, Army-Navy and others; a second box picks up from there, basically Prexies through Overrun Nations with heavy duplication, including #784 Susan Anthony (x200), Prexies with plate blocks complete through $1 with heavy plate block duplication through 50¢, plus some panes, coil pairs & line pairs, then the Overrun Nations (again, more than 200 imprint blocks). Lot also includes smaller boxes of miscellaneous material: spotted at least 20 1933 APS sheets of 25, plus probably similar quantities of the three 1934 S/S, plus gutter blocks, imperf Parks including some plate blocks, Famous American plate blocks including Bell and other 10¢ values, #696 15¢ Liberty plate block, plus lots of modern S/S, including Bicentennial (12+ sets), World Columbian (5 sets), plus more recent high values (1994 $2 Madison x2, others), hundreds of CAPEX sheets and more. Don’t forget the two Recalled Legends sheets, plus pages of booklet panes ad self-adhesive booklets, stock pages of mint and more. Clean, very fine material throughout. 2634/ / 1902-77 COMMEMORATIVE & DEFINITIVE COLLECTIONS .......................................................... $900-1200

Minkus American Commemorative album, pages for years 1893-1944 and White Ace Definitive album, pages for years 1902-79. Mint commemoratives include Louisiana Purchase complete, 1909 imperf pairs, #399-400, then complete from 1919 Victory to 1944 Telegraph Centennial. Includes White Plains (lightly toned, hinged, couple perf seps in margin) and Farley sheets & imperf pairs. Mint & used definitive collection has 1902 Series complete used, some mint & used Washington-Franklins, #547 used, Fourth Bureau coil pairs mint, Kansas-Nebraska complete mint (10¢ Nebraska wide right margin with plate number visible), Prexies & Liberty Series complete mint hinged, #1059A imperf joint line pair, more; plus some Back of Book: E7 mint, Postal Notes complete used, Parcel Posts complete mixed mint/used, some Dues and others. Overall fine and better in earlier issues, modern very fine.

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2635// 1909-20s ORGANIZED DEALER STOCK ON SALES CARDS IN RED BOX .................................. $2500-3500

Hundreds of 102-style sales cards in a 14 inch red dealer file box. Useful stock of Washington-Franklins and Fourth Bureau issues, plus good coverage of commemoratives. Starts with 1909 commemoratives including perf & imperf singles & blocks, #369 Lincoln blue paper mint & used; WashingtonFranklins with moderate to heavy duplication, including many coil singles, pairs and line pairs, some panes, spotted a number of XF gems, a VF #345 imperf block, plate singles and more interesting items; Panama-Pacific issues mint & used through 10¢; #548-50 Pilgrims with many mint sets; Fourth Bureaus mint to $5, plus mint & used blocks and center line blocks, a number of plate blocks; many Huguenot and LexingtonConcord sets; more. Scattered faults, generally fine to very fine. Lots to work with, great for set or selection building, worth a close look. Owner’s cat value $18,000.

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2640/1920s-2000s CONSIGNMENT PREMIUM BALANCE W/ MUCH & FACE MATERIAL ............................... $3500-4500

Thousands of stamps with much face material featuring dollar values, booklets, sheets, plate blocks and scrap PLUS pre-face era material. Housed in stock books & other assorted glassines, etc. Valuable and worthy of consideration. Overwhelmingly MINT never hinged, fine to very fine. 2641// 1920s-50s ORGANIZED STOCK ON SALES CARDS IN RED DEALER BOX ............................... $1500-2000

Hundreds of 102-style sales cards nearly filling a 14 inch red box. Starts with Fourth Bureaus and runs through Liberty Issues (with a few later). Stock includes many plate blocks, such as #642 10¢ Monroe (x7) & other Fourth Bureaus, #692-99 Rotary, #704-15 Washington Bicentennial complete Prexies through 50¢, and many others; mint & used KansasNebraska singles; 2¢ Reds including plate blocks; #692-701 (x2); Prexies complete NH through $5; seven $5 Hamilton (4 NH); much more. Generally fine to very fine throughout, with much NH. Useful stock. Owner’s cat value $10,000.

2636 / 1914-16 WASHINGTON-FRANKLIN #441//#458 COIL STOCK ........................................................... $2500-3500

Old time stock of genuine Washington-Franklin coils from Scott #441//#458, mostly Used with a selection of Mint (hinged), as singles, pairs & strips with some line pairs. On stock pages in Scott order in folder. Owner’s catalog more than $10,500, with many sound fine & better examples.

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Scott Minuteman album with pages to year 1980. USA appears to be all MINT never hinged in black mounts. Commemoratives & definitives include Pilgrims set complete, Fourth Bureau Scott #551-73 complete, Lexington-Concords, Norse-American, Edison coil pair, 4¢ Nebraska, then appears almost complete from 1935 onward, Airmails C7-12, C24. Includes 2¢ hinged Columbian, BK132 & RW41. Overall fine to very fine and better.

2637/1917-59 COLLECTION BALANCE ON WHITE ACE PAGES ................................................................. $250-350

Collection in mounts on White Ace album pages. Includes Regular Postage, Definitives, Commemoratives, Airmails and a little Back of Book. A few MINT NH highlights include: a couple Washington-Franklins; selected 4th Bureau singles (a couple MH) & coil pairs; Washington Bicentennial ½¢-10¢ (no 4¢); Byrd imperf sheet of 6; complete Famous Americans; C4-5, C7-9, C10, E11b, selected Postage Dues including J88-100, Postal Notes PN1-18; Special Handling QE1-4. Overall fine to very fine. 2638



2643//() 1920s-50s SMALL ACCUMULATION ................. $250-350

Small accumulation of singles to blocks, mostly from the 1930s & 40s. Much MINT never hinged, but some hinged. Small stock book with better items, such as Famous Americans with all the 10¢ values in blocks of 4 (appear to be MNH) not all the values here in blocks, #730-31 APS S/S, few definitives, airmails with C18 Baby Zepp block MNH, C22 plate block of 6 MNH, some Maps, & Transport plane issues. More in glassines or loose (plate blocks or blocks).

1918-38 NEVER HINGED SELECTION ...................... $250-350

Small selection of 14 blocks of 4 and three singles. All fresh, MINT never hinged, most fine, some very fine. Blocks include: #547 $2 carmine & black, just fine (cert); #616 FVF, and #704-15 FVF; singles include: #834 VF, C2 fine, and QE4 fine. Cat $1595.

2644/1930s-90s COILS HOLDING OF SINGLES, PAIRS, STRIPS & ROLLS .................................................... $1000-1500

Large accumulation of coil issues beginning with a few Prexies & some earlier, includes plenty of Liberty & Transportation Series. Plus later self adhesive issues in singles, pairs, line pairs, strips with PNC3s & 5s & larger, and unopened rolls of 100 for FDR 6¢ (x5) & Fire Pumper 20¢ (x5) & other opened rolls. Housed in glassines, in mounts on album pages, on stock pages, in stockbooks and loose. Lots of variety with heavy duplication for many issues. Bound to be some good plate number finds. Clean material, most all MINT never hinged, fine to very fine overall.

2639/1920-60s BETTER MODERN MINT SELECTION .................................................................................. $5000-7000

Nice clean MINT selection of a variety of duplicated USA issues with singles, sets, blocks, plate blocks, large multiples, and more. A few highlights include: large blocks of Franklin 1¢ #219 MNH block of 40, Harding 1½¢ imperf MNH block of 42 (x2), Washington 2¢ imperf #577 MNH block of 48 (x2) each with side plate block, and others including Q1-3 (separations); Trans-Mississippi 2¢ MNH bottom margin imprint & plate # pairs (x3); selected Washington-Franklins perf & imperf blocks and Franklin $5 #524 MH (x2); Lindbergh 10¢ C10 MNH block of 4 (x12) & C10a MNH booklet pane (x10); Prexy ½¢-$5 MNH complete set & ½¢-50¢ plate blocks (x2) plus $1 MNH plate block & $2 mint block of 4; complete Famous Americans with duplicated plate blocks & blocks of 4; Liberty Series MNH plate blocks thru $1; Americana $1 plate block (x50) & $2 plate block (x15); O’Neill $1 plate block (x50); heavy duplication of S/S #778, 797 & 948; Diamond Head C46 MNH plate block (x6); much more. Clean attractive material with high cat value and lots of face. Overall, fine to very fine.

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1930s-40s OLD-TYME MINT BLOCKS ACCUMULATION ........................................................ $700-900

Old-tyme stock with quantities of MINT never hinged blocks of 4, includes: Washington Bicentennials #704-13 (x100s of some, no 9¢ or 10¢), Army-Navy, Famous Americans (8 sets), more. Fresh, very fine throughout. Cat $3692.

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Hundreds of mint sheets, mostly 3¢ to 6¢ era, in an overstuffed Gimbels mint sheet album. Good selection of mostly commemoratives, appear fresh & intact, very fine. Additional mint sheet file packed with Cinderellas, mostly Christmas Seals in full panes or large multiples, plus Boy’s Town, Easter Seals and other health charities, plus noted 1980 Upper Slobovia S/S. Finally, oversized ledger book filled with large multiples & part sheets, mostly of 1930s-40s issues including Famous Americans with 10¢ strips, two plate blocks of QE2, six cross gutter blocks of #768 and some Airmails. Total face value alone exceeds $730 with many items being much better than face. 2647



1930s-40s OLD-TYME MINT STOCK BOOK ............. $300-400

Old-tyme MINT never hinged singles balance lot in stock book, with quantities of Scott #704-15, E13s, #906 (x17), & more. Fresh, very fine throughout. 2648/1938-54 PLATE NUMBER STUDY .............................. $400-600

Many hundreds of plate and related singles, mostly MINT never hinged Presidential issues, generally arranged in matching sets of four corners from the same sheet, so there’s one plate single and three blank corner margin singles, all arranged on stock pages by plate number. Also includes some 3¢ & 4¢ commemoratives, Liberty issues, a few Special Delivery, and some literature on production and sheet layouts. Great start to an interesting subject, could make a nice exhibit. Probably $500 in face alone, with 28 $1 Wilson stamps. Generally fresh, very fine material. 2649



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2652/ 1968-90 USPS MINT YEAR SETS .............................. $400-600

Good run of USPS MINT year sets, all but one in original white envelope. Includes (by Brookman): COMMEMORATIVES 1968 (cv $150) plus another missing some issues; 1969 ($180); 1971 (x3, $45 each); 1973; 1974 (x2), 1975 (x4), 1976 & 1977 (x2 each); 1978 (x3); 1979; 1980 (x3); 1981; 1982 (x2); 1983 (x2, $47 each); 1984 ($43); 1985 (no envelope); 1986; 1987 & 1988 ($60 each); 1989 ($75); 1990 ($100); DEFINITIVES 1980 ($60) & 1982. ALSO: Women’s Mint Set, State Birds & Flowers (x3, 2 with complete panes, 1 with mounted singles), Space Achievement (x2). Plus a few empty USPS year folders & some incomplete sets. Some year sets mounted, others in unopened USPS pack. Overall fine to very fine. (Brookman #est $1500)

1940-49 GRADED & SLABBED FAMOUS AMERICANS SELECTION ................................................................. $400-600

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