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Grade
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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1875 Re-Issue of 1861-66 Issue
2020-10-19
Outstanding United States Stamps and Gold Coins
2415
PSE 80
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Sale Number 1227, Lot Number 2415, 1875 Re-Issue of 1861-66 Issue (Scott 102-111)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110), 30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110). Part brown original gum, intense shade

VERY FINE EXAMPLE OF THE 30-CENT 1861 RE-ISSUE WITH PART ORIGINAL GUM.

The 30c Re-Issue was printed from the original plate of 200 subjects. 10,000 stamps were printed (50 impressions). Only 346 of the 30c were sold; the remaining 9,654 were destroyed on July 16, 1884.

With 2004 P.S.E. certificate (POG, VF 80; SMQ $6,250.00 as original gum)

5,750
2,400
United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1875 Re-Issue of 1861-66 Issue
2020-04-08
The Edward Morton Collection of Outstanding Quality U.S. Stamps
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Sale Number 1219, Lot Number 266, 1875 Re-Issue of 1861-66 Issue (Scott 102-111)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110), 30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110). Original gum, vibrant color as fresh as the day it was printed, bright paper, gorgeous centering with well-proportioned margins

EXTREMELY FINE GEM. A STUNNING ORIGINAL-GUM EXAMPLE OF THE 30-CENT 1861 RE-ISSUE. THIS IS THE MOST DIFFICULT DENOMINATION TO OBTAIN IN SUCH CHOICE CONDITION.

Little space was left on the 30c 1861 plate for vertical rows of perforations between stamps, and the same plate was used for the 1875 Re-Issue. Therefore, well-centered copies with perforations clear at the sides are rare. Only 346 were sold. The remaining 9,654 were destroyed on July 16, 1884. Our Levi records contain 146 unused singles, an unused pair and an unused block of four. Many have margins either touching or in on at least one side. Few of the sound copies retain all or part of their original gum.

Ex Whitman and "Hampshire". With 1983, 1997 and 2009 P.F. certificates

5,750
6,250
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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1875 Re-Issue of 1861-66 Issue
2020-03-03
United States Stamps
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Sale Number 1217, Lot Number 876, 1875 Re-Issue of 1861-66 Issue (Scott 102-111)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110), 30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110). Part original gum, radiant color, three wide margins, Very Fine, only 346 sold, with 1959 P.F. certificate, Scott Retail as original gum

5,750
1,600
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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1875 Re-Issue of 1861-66 Issue
2018-06-27
2018 Rarities of the World
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Sale Number 1185, Lot Number 47, 1867-68 Grilled Issue thru 1875 Re-Issue of 1861-66 Issue30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110), 30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110). Original gum, narrow h.r. at top, intense color on bright paper, perfectly centered with well-balanced margins

EXTREMELY FINE GEM. A SUPERB ORIGINAL-GUM EXAMPLE OF THE 30-CENT 1861 RE-ISSUE, WHICH IS ARGUABLY THE MOST CHALLENGING OF THE 1861-66 RE-ISSUES TO OBTAIN IN THIS GRADE.

The 30c Re-Issue was printed from the original plate of 200 subjects. 10,000 stamps were printed (50 impressions). Only 346 of the 30c were sold; the remaining 9,654 were destroyed on July 16, 1884.

Little space was left on the 30c 1861 plate for vertical rows of perforations between stamps, and the same plate was used for the 1875 Re-Issue. Therefore, well-centered copies with perforations clear at the sides are rare. When one takes into consideration the limited number sold (346) and other condition factors, such as gum and freshness of paper, the rarity of the stamp offered here can be truly appreciated.

Ex John H. Hall Jr. (acquired in the Stephen Brown sale held in 1939). With 2001 and 2015 P.F. certificates, both as "previously hinged"

5,750
0
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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1875 Re-Issue of 1861-66 Issue
2018-03-27
United States and Possessions
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Sale Number 1179, Lot Number 2175, 1867-68 Grilled Issue, 1875 Re-Issue (Scott 79-110)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110), 30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110). Original gum, intense color and impression on bright paper, fresh and Fine, only 346 sold

5,750
2,400
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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1875 Re-Issue of 1861-66 Issue
2017-10-24
United States Stamps
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Sale Number 1166, Lot Number 727, 1875 Re-Issue of 1861-66 Issue (Scott 102-111)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110), 30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110). Part disturbed original gum, lovely rich color, Fine, only 346 sold

6,000
2,200
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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1875 Re-Issue of 1861-66 Issue
2017-06-27
2017 Rarities of the World
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Sale Number 1159, Lot Number 130, 1875 Re-Issue of 1861-66 Issue (Scott 102-111)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110), 30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110). Original gum, lightly hinged, intense color on bright paper, beautifully centered with well-balanced margins

EXTREMELY FINE GEM. A SUPERB ORIGINAL-GUM EXAMPLE OF THE 30-CENT 1861 RE-ISSUE, WHICH IS ARGUABLY THE MOST CHALLENGING OF THE 1861-66 RE-ISSUES TO OBTAIN IN THIS CONDITION.

The 30c Re-Issue was printed from the original plate of 200 subjects. 10,000 stamps were printed (50 impressions). Only 346 of the 30c were sold; the remaining 9,654 were destroyed on July 16, 1884.

Little space was left on the 30c 1861 plate for vertical rows of perforations between stamps, and the same plate was used for the 1875 Re-Issue. Therefore, well-centered copies with perforations clear at the sides are rare. When one takes into consideration the limited number sold (346) and other condition factors, such as lightly hinged gum and freshness of paper, the rarity of the stamp offered here can be truly appreciated.

With 1998 P.F. certificate

6,000
4,750
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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1875 Re-Issue of 1861-66 Issue
2017-06-27
2017 Rarities of the World
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Sale Number 1159, Lot Number 131, 1875 Re-Issue of 1861-66 Issue (Scott 102-111)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110), 30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110). Original gum, deep rich color on bright paper, well-balanced margins for this difficult issue

VERY FINE AND CHOICE ORIGINAL-GUM EXAMPLE OF THE 30-CENT 1861 RE-ISSUE. THIS IS EASILY ONE OF THE MOST DIFFICULT DENOMINATIONS TO OBTAIN IN SOUND AND CENTERED ORIGINAL-GUM CONDITION.

The 30c Re-Issue was printed from the original plate of 200 subjects. 10,000 stamps were printed (50 impressions). Only 346 of the 30c were sold; the remaining 9,654 were destroyed on July 16, 1884.

Ex Hoffman. With 1994 and 2008 P.F. certificates

6,000
3,000
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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1875 Re-Issue of 1861-66 Issue
2015-12-16
United States Stamps and Possessions
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Sale Number 1116, Lot Number 3170, 1861-68 Issues and 1875 Reprints (Scott 56-110)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110), 30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110). Original gum, narrow h.r. at top, intense color on bright paper, perfectly centered with well-balanced margins

EXTREMELY FINE GEM. A SUPERB ORIGINAL-GUM EXAMPLE OF THE 30-CENT 1861 RE-ISSUE, WHICH IS ARGUABLY THE MOST CHALLENGING OF THE 1861-66 RE-ISSUES TO OBTAIN IN THIS GRADE.

The 30c Re-Issue was printed from the original plate of 200 subjects. 10,000 stamps were printed (50 impressions). Only 346 of the 30c were sold; the remaining 9,654 were destroyed on July 16, 1884.

Little space was left on the 30c 1861 plate for vertical rows of perforations between stamps, and the same plate was used for the 1875 Re-Issue. Therefore, well-centered copies with perforations clear at the sides are rare. When one takes into consideration the limited number sold (346) and other condition factors, such as gum and freshness of paper, the rarity of the stamp offered here can be truly appreciated.

Ex Hall, who acquired this in the Stephen Brown sale held in 1939. With 2001 and 2015 P.F. certificates, both as "previously hinged"

6,000
6,375
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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1875 Re-Issue of 1861-66 Issue
2015-06-25
2015 Rarities of the World
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Sale Number 1106, Lot Number 3109, 1867-68 Grilled Issue, 1875 Re-Issue30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110), 30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110)30c Brownish Orange, Re-Issue (110). Original gum, h.r., intense color on bright paper, perfectly centered with well-balanced margins

EXTREMELY FINE GEM. A SUPERB ORIGINAL-GUM EXAMPLE OF THE 30-CENT 1861 RE-ISSUE, WHICH IS ARGUABLY THE MOST CHALLENGING OF THE 1861-66 RE-ISSUES TO OBTAIN IN THIS GRADE.

The 30c Re-Issue was printed from the original plate of 200 subjects. 10,000 stamps were printed (50 impressions). Only 346 of the 30c were sold; the remaining 9,654 were destroyed on July 16, 1884.

Little space was left on the 30c 1861 plate for vertical rows of perforations between stamps, and the same plate was used for the 1875 Re-Issue. Therefore, well-centered copies with perforations clear at the sides are rare. When one takes into consideration the limited number sold (346) and other condition factors, such as gum and freshness of paper, the rarity of the stamp offered here can be truly appreciated.

Ex Hall, who acquired this in the Stephen Brown sale held in 1939. With 2001 P.F. certificate

6,000
0
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