10¢ Black, Double Transfer Type B (2-B), Position 31R, showing dramatic double transfer in "Post Office", "U.S." and top right frameline, strong impression allowing the doubling to be seen without the aid of magnification, large margins including left sheet margin, full at bottom, tied by red circular grid cancel with matching "St. Louis Mo. 10 Jun. 4" (1851) integral-rate circular datestamp on blue folded letter to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Extremely Fine, an outstanding combination of sheet margin and double transfer on a 10¢ 1847 stamp, ex Newbury, Grunin, Garrett and Boker, illustrated in Brookman (Volume 1, p. 52), see lot 153 for another exampe of this double transfer
EXTREMELY FINE. A RARE EXAMPLE OF THE 10-CENT 1847 ISSUE WITH DOUBLE TRANSFER TYPE B AND INTERPANE MARGIN USED ON COVER WITH A PERFECT STRIKE OF THE WILMINGTON & RALEIGH RAILROAD ROUTE AGENT DATESTAMP.
EXTREMELY FINE. A SPECTACULAR SELDOM-OFFERED 1847 PLATE VARIETY IN CHOICE CONDITION.
Ex Senchuk. With 2010 P.S.E. certificate (XF 90; SMQ $1,775.00 as ordinary used stamp). On a ratio basis, this stamp would most likely be valued around $7,800.00 in SMQ if it were listed
VERY FINE APPEARANCE. THE ONLY RECORDED UNUSED EXAMPLE OF THE 10-CENT 1847 ISSUE WITH DOUBLE TRANSFER TYPE B. A GREAT RARITY.
Two unused examples of the Ty. A double transfer are recorded. This is the only recorded unused example showing the desirable Ty. B double transfer, which is most prominent in "Post Office" at top.
Ex Waterhouse and from our 1987 Rarities sale. With 1986 P.F. certificate. Unpriced in Scott as unused with double transfer. Scott Retail for original gum No. 2