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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
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Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2020-09-09
Civil War Postal History, featuring the 'Ambassador' Collection
TC
Sale Number 1225, Lot Number 249, Engraved Issues (Scott 8-10)2c Black, With Framelines, Archer & Daly, Trial Color Die Proof on Wove (8TC1), 2c Black, With Framelines, Archer & Daly, Trial Color Die Proof on Wove (8TC1)2c Black, With Framelines, Archer & Daly, Trial Color Die Proof on Wove (8TC1). Large margins showing four full framelines around the design, intense shade and impression, small thin spots

EXTREMELY FINE APPEARANCE. A RARE ARCHER & DALY 2-CENT JACKSON TRIAL COLOR PROOF AND EXPECIALLY DESIRABLE WITH LARGE MARGINS SHOWING THE FRAMELINES.

The various catalogue listings for the 2c Archer & Daly trial color proofs with framelines are somewhat confusing and not altogether complete. All of the known examples of the 2c Engraved essay/proof have framelines, unlike the issued stamp. For this reason they could technically be classified as essays. However, the Scott, Dietz and C.S.A. catalogues list them as trial color proofs, and we have maintained that tradition here to avoid adding to the confusion.

The Black proof offered here is now listed in the Scott Catalogue, which also lists the Blue (offered in lot 250) and mentions the framelines (at our suggestion). The 1986 Dietz Catalog listed this frameline proof in Black, but not Blue. The 2012 C.S.A. Catalog expanded the listings to include the Blue trial color proof with framelines, but it erroneously eliminated this Black proof with framelines and describes the Black proof as “cut close no outer framelines showing.”

Ex Dr. Burrows, Liberman and Pegram (featured along with the Blue offered in lot 250 on the front cover of Sale 1043). C.S.A. Catalog value for an example with "no outer framelines showing" is $4,000.00. Scott value

3,000
2,800
United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
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Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2020-09-09
Civil War Postal History, featuring the 'Ambassador' Collection
TC
Sale Number 1225, Lot Number 250, Engraved Issues (Scott 8-10)2c Blue, With Framelines, Archer & Daly, Trial Color Die Proof on Wove (8TC1), 2c Blue, With Framelines, Archer & Daly, Trial Color Die Proof on Wove (8TC1)2c Blue, With Framelines, Archer & Daly, Trial Color Die Proof on Wove (8TC1). Two large margins, others ample to clear, showing framelines on all four sides, rich color, slight thin at center

VERY FINE APPEARANCE. THIS IS THE ONLY RECORDED EXAMPLE OF THE ARCHER & DALY 2-CENT JACKSON TRIAL COLOR PROOF IN BLUE WITH FRAMELINES.

The various catalogue listings for the 2c Archer & Daly trial color proofs with framelines are somewhat confusing and not altogether complete. All of the known examples of the 2c Engraved essay/proof have framelines, unlike the issued stamp. For this reason they could technically be classified as essays. However, the Scott, Dietz and C.S.A. catalogues list them as trial color proofs, and we have maintained that tradition here to avoid adding to the confusion.

The Scott Catalogue now lists the proofs in Blue and Black (offered in lot 249) and mentions the framelines (at our suggestion). The 1986 Dietz Catalog listed the frameline proof in Black, but not Blue. The 2012 C.S.A. Catalog expanded the listings to include the Blue trial color proof with framelines.

Ex Hall (acquired by the family from the New England Stamp Co. in 1934) and Hastings (featured along with the Black offered in lot 249 on the front cover of Sale 1043). Pictured in C.S.A. Catalog on page 357. With 2002 P.F. certificate. C.S.A. Catalog value $5,000.00. Scott value

3,750
2,800
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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
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Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2014-05-20
United States Postal History and Confederate States
TC
Sale Number 1071, Lot Number 4502, Confederate States: Essays & Proofs2c Black, With Framelines, Trial Color Die Proof on Wove (8TC1e), 2c Black, With Framelines, Trial Color Die Proof on Wove (8TC1e)2c Black, With Framelines, Trial Color Die Proof on Wove (8TC1e). Large margins all around showing most of outer framelines on all sides, intense shade and impression, two thin spots and light vertical crease.

VERY FINE APPEARING EXAMPLE OF THE RARE 2-CENT JACKSON TRIAL COLOR PROOF IN BLACK.

All of the known examples of the 2c Engraved essay/proof have framelines, unlike the issued stamp. For this reason we believe they should be classified as essays. The Scott listings for this and the even rarer example in Blue were clarified in the 2014 Specialized Catalogue. However, they are still listed as trial color proofs, and we have maintained that tradition here to avoid confusion.

Ex Felton. C.S.A. Catalogue value $4,000.00 for an example cut close showing no framelines

3,000
2,300
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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
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Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2013-04-18
Confederate States Stamps and Postal History
TC
Sale Number 1043, Lot Number 2209, 2c Engraved (Scott 8)2c Black, With Framelines, Trial Color Die Proof on Wove (8TC1), 2c Black, With Framelines, Trial Color Die Proof on Wove (8TC1)2c Black, With Framelines, Trial Color Die Proof on Wove (8TC1). Large margins showing four full framelines around the design, intense shade and impression, small thin spots

EXTREMELY FINE APPEARANCE. A RARE EXAMPLE OF THE 2-CENT JACKSON TRIAL COLOR PROOF WITH FULL OUTER FRAMELINES.

The various catalogue listings for the 2c trial color proofs with framelines are somewhat confusing and not altogether complete. All of the known examples of the 2c Engraved essay/proof have framelines, unlike the issued stamp. For this reason they should be classified as essays. However, the Scott, Dietz and C.S.A. Catalogues list them as trial color proofs, and we have maintained that tradition here to avoid adding to the confusion. The Black offered here is listed in Scott Catalogue, which does not list the Blue and makes no mention of framelines. The 1986 Dietz Catalogue listed this frameline proof in Black, but not Blue. The 2012 C.S.A. Catalogue expanded on Dietz and lists the Blue trial color proof with framelines (offered in this sale as lot 2319), but it eliminated this Black proof with framelines and describes the Black as "cut close no outer framelines showing" (an example of this is offered in lot 2320).

Ex Burrows and Liberman. C.S.A. Catalogue value for an example with "no outer framelines showing" $4,000.00. Scott Retail of $1,750.00 has remained unchanged for more than a decade and is outdated

E. 3,000-4,000
2,600
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United States
Confederate States and Civil War-Related
-
Confederate States and Civil-War Related
2013-04-18
Confederate States Stamps and Postal History
TC
Sale Number 1043, Lot Number 2320, General Issue Essays and Proofs2c Black, With Framelines, Trial Color Die Proof on Wove (8TC1), 2c Black, With Framelines, Trial Color Die Proof on Wove (8TC1)2c Black, With Framelines, Trial Color Die Proof on Wove (8TC1). Margins clear to just in showing full frameline at left and part at bottom, intense shade, faint corner crease at bottom right, otherwise Fine, a rare essay with framelines (classified as a trial color proof in Scott and C.S.A. Catalogue), ex Murphy, please see lots 2209 and 2319 for an explanation of the 2c Black and Blue trial colors with framelines, C.S.A. Catalogue value $4,000.00

1,750
1,200
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