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Sale#/
Date
Lot#/
Grade
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
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United States
U.S. Stamps
Back-of-Book
Encased Postage and Postage Currency
2014-04-30
United States Stamps
 
Sale Number 1068, Lot Number 92, Civil War Encased Postage"Feuchtwanger" Nine-Cent Strip, "Feuchtwanger" Nine-Cent Strip"Feuchtwanger" Nine-Cent Strip. Three 3c 1861's slightly overlapping in rectangular copper frame, some trimmed perfs and mica faults, frame embossed with floral motif and central eagle and snake, this is reminiscent to Feuchtwanger's 1c obverse design, this fantasy was made by someone other than Gault or Scovill, and has nothing to do with Feuchtwanger, nevertheless examples have been collected along with encased postage stamps for decades, lot also incl. No. 300 encased in an ornate metal frame - allegedly associated with the 1901 Pan American Expo but we have no verification of that

E. 300-400
250
United States
U.S. Stamps
Back-of-Book
Encased Postage and Postage Currency
2012-10-03
The Dr. William A. Litle Collection of U.S. Encased Postage
 
Sale Number 1029, Lot Number 204, Trial or Experimental Encasements"Feuchtwanger" Nine-Cent Strip, "Feuchtwanger" Nine-Cent Strip"Feuchtwanger" Nine-Cent Strip. Three 3c 1861's with perforations trimmed, slightly overlapping in rectangular copper frame, some mica faults, frame embossed with floral motif and central eagle and snake, this is reminiscent to Feuchtwanger's 1c obverse design, this fantasy was made by someone other than Gault or Scovill, and has nothing to do with Feuchtwanger, nevertheless examples have been collected along with encased postage stamps for decades

E. 300-400
375
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United States
U.S. Stamps
Back-of-Book
Encased Postage and Postage Currency
2004-12-07
The Lake Shore Collection
 
Sale Number 888, Lot Number 74, 1861-66 Issue(3c 1861 Encased Postage) "Feuchtwanger" Nine-Cent Strip, (3c 1861 Encased Postage) "Feuchtwanger" Nine-Cent Strip(3c 1861 Encased Postage) "Feuchtwanger" Nine-Cent Strip. Unusual case with three partly imperforate 3c stamps in metal case and with mica, mica with few cracks at bottom right, Very Fine and very rare, usually found in 9-cent denominations, these were likely not produced by Gault, the name comes from the similarity in design to the 1837 Feuchtwanger cent coin

E. 200-300
240
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United States
U.S. Stamps
Back-of-Book
Encased Postage and Postage Currency
1999-06-25
The Lewis Golin Collection of U.S.
 
"Feuchtwanger" Nine-Cent Strip. Unusual case with three partly imperforate 3c stamps in metal case and with mica, mica with few cracks and some light lamination, Very Fine and very rare, usually found in 9-cent denominations, these were likely not produced by Gault. The name comes from the similarity in design to the 1837 Feuchtwanger cent coin

E. 200-300
230
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United States
U.S. Stamps
Back-of-Book
Encased Postage and Postage Currency
1999-06-25
The Lewis Golin Collection of U.S.
 
"Feuchtwanger" Nine-Cent Strip. Three stamps in strip, stamps each showing perforations, mica showing some slight lamination, small piece of mica missing at top left, otherwise Very Fine and very rare

E. 200-300
260
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