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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1894-98 Bureau Issues
2017-10-24
Classic Bureau Issues featuring Dr. Heimburger and Brody Collections
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Sale Number 1165, Lot Number 28, 1894-98 Bureau Issue: Issued Stamps and Covers$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A), $1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A)$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A). Block of four with bottom imprint selvage, left stamps Ty. I, right stamps Ty. II, original gum, h.r., intense shade on fresh paper

FINE. A RARE IMPRINT BLOCK OF THE 1895 $1.00 WATERMARKED ISSUE, WITH THE LEFT STAMPS TYPE I AND THE RIGHT STAMPS TYPE II.

The plate of the $1.00 1894-95 Bureau Issue consisted of fifteen vertical rows of Type I and five vertical rows of Type II, which accounts for the scarcity of Type II compared with Type I. There are only ten positions on the plate which yield combination pairs -- between the fifth and sixth rows of the right pane.

Scott Retail for block of four without premium for the imprint

6,000
1,600
United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1894-98 Bureau Issues
2017-07-25
United States Stamps
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Sale Number 1162, Lot Number 368, 1895 Watermarked Bureau Issue (Scott 264-278)$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A), $1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A)$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A). Horizontal pair, left stamp Type I, right stamp Type II, original gum, barest trace of hinging, bright shade, Very Fine and choice, a scarce and desirable pair, with 1984 and 2010 P.F. certificates

2,250
1,200
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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1894-98 Bureau Issues
2016-11-09
U.S. and Possessions, featuring The Weinberg Inventory
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Sale Number 1140, Lot Number 665, 1894-98 Bureau Issues (Scott 246-282)$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A), $1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A)$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A). Horizontal pair with wide imprint selvage, left stamp Ty. I as always, original gum, bottom of right stamp and selvage h.r., bottom of left stamp extraneous blue ink mark on back, Fine-Very Fine appearance, ex "Whitpain"

2,250
800
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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1894-98 Bureau Issues
2015-02-19
Outstanding United States Stamps
1210°
PF 80
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Sale Number 1092, Lot Number 1210, 1894-1903 Bureau Issues (Scott 246-284)$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A), $1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A)$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A). Horizontal pair, original gum, left stamp Type I, right stamp Type II, detailed impression on bright paper, choice centering with well-balanced margins

EXTREMELY FINE ORIGINAL-GUM COMBINATION PAIR OF THE 1895 $1.00 WATERMARKED BUREAU ISSUE.

The $1.00 1894-95 Bureau Issue was printed in plates of 200 subjects. The plate consisted of fifteen vertical rows of Type I and five vertical rows of Type II, which accounts for the scarcity of Type II compared with Type I. There are only ten positions on the plate which yield combination pairs.

With 2014 P.F. certificate (VF 80).

2,250
1,900
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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1894-98 Bureau Issues
2015-02-19
Outstanding United States Stamps
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Sale Number 1092, Lot Number 1211, 1894-1903 Bureau Issues (Scott 246-284)$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A), $1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A)$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A). Block of four, left stamps Ty. I, right stamps Ty. II, original gum, intense shade on fresh paper

FINE. A RARE BLOCK OF THE 1895 $1.00 WATERMARKED ISSUE, WITH THE LEFT STAMPS TYPE I AND THE RIGHT STAMPS TYPE II.

The plate of the $1.00 1894-1895 Bureau Issue consisted of fifteen vertical rows of Type I and five vertical rows of Type II, which accounts for the scarcity of Type II compared with Type I. There are only ten positions on the plate which yield combination pairs -- between the fifth and sixth rows of the right pane.

With 2014 P.F. certificate

6,000
1,900
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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1894-98 Bureau Issues
2015-02-19
Outstanding United States Stamps
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Sale Number 1092, Lot Number 1213, 1894-1903 Bureau Issues (Scott 246-284)$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A), $1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A)$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A). Block of four, left stamps Ty. I, oval registry cancel, completely sound

FINE. A RARE USED BLOCK OF THE 1895 $1.00 WATERMARKED ISSUE, WITH THE LEFT STAMPS TYPE I AND THE RIGHT STAMPS TYPE II. AN ESPECIALLY RARE MULTIPLE IN USED CONDITION.

The plate of the $1.00 1894-1895 Bureau Issue consisted of fifteen vertical rows of Type I and five vertical rows of Type II, which accounts for the scarcity of Type II compared with Type I. There are only ten positions on the plate which yield combination pairs -- between the fifth and sixth rows of the right pane. The layout of the plate and the fact that very few used blocks are known of either type make this used block a great rarity. Scott assigns a $1,300.00 premium for a combination block of four compared to two combination pairs.

6,500
0
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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1894-98 Bureau Issues
2014-09-16
United States Stamps
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Sale Number 1078, Lot Number 405, 1894-98 Bureau Issues (Scott 249-284)$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A), $1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A)$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A). Original gum and unused (no gum) respectively, beautiful centering, strong shades and fresh, Extremely Fine, each with 1976 P.F. certificate (No. 276A states regummed, but gum has been removed)

975
650
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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1894-98 Bureau Issues
2013-11-19
United States Stamps
 
Sale Number 1061, Lot Number 3768, 1894-98 Bureau Issues (Scott 246-281)$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A), $1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A)$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A). Left stamp Type I, right stamp Type II, intense shade and impression, cork cancels, few minor perf separations at bottom, Very Fine, a scarce used combination pair, there are only ten positions on the plate which yield combination pairs (between the fifth and sixth columns), with 2008 P.S.E. certificate

2,600
750
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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1894-98 Bureau Issues
2011-12-13
United States Stamps
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Sale Number 1017, Lot Number 690, 1895 Watermarked Bureau Issue (Scott 264-278)$1.00 Black, Ty. I (276-276A-276A), $1.00 Black, Ty. I (276-276A-276A)$1.00 Black, Ty. I (276-276A-276A). Bottom imprint and plate no. 76 strip of three, left stamp Type I, right pair Type II, slightly disturbed original gum, intense shade and impression, choice centering, few perf separations sensibly reinforced, center stamp with tiny scuff on neck, Very Fine-Extremely Fine appearance, a scarce combination multiple, there are only ten positions on the plate which yield combination pairs, and only two which yield imprint and plate number multiples, they tend to appear at auction about every two years

5,000
2,500
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United States
U.S. Stamps
19th Century Issues
1894-98 Bureau Issues
2010-10-26
United States Stamps
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Sale Number 997, Lot Number 5783, 1895 Watermarked Bureau Issue (Scott 264-284)$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A), $1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A)$1.00 Black, Ty. I-II (276-276A). Horizontal pair, left stamp Type I, right stamp Type II, original gum, barest trace of hinging, crisp impression, two trivial perf separations at top, Very Fine, a scarce and desirable combination pair, with 1984 P.F. certificate

2,400
900
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27 Selected Lots , Page 1 of 3


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