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2018-04-11
The David Wingate Collection of United States Stamps
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Sale Number 1180, Lot Number 310, 1902-08 Issues (Scott 300-322)1c Blue Green, Coil (316), 1c Blue Green, Coil (316)1c Blue Green, Coil (316). Pair, lightly hinged, deep rich color and proof-like impression, choice centering with wide and balanced margins

VERY FINE AND CHOICE PAIR OF THE RARE ONE-CENT VERTICAL COIL, SCOTT 316. OUR CENSUS RECORDS ONLY TWELVE PAIRS AND ONE SINGLE. THIS IS ONE OF THE FINEST PAIRS IN EXISTENCE.

According to Johl, these first government coils were an experiment, and collectors and dealers were generally unaware of their existence. Regular sheets of 400 were printed and then perforated in only one direction. They were then cut into strips of 20. The strips were then pasted together to form rolls (one paste-up pair is known).

It is unknown exactly how many of these experimental coils were produced. They were superseded less than a year later by the Washington-Franklin issue coils, the first of which were issued on December 29, 1908.

Our census of Scott 316, available at https://siegelauctions.com/census/us/scott/316 , records nine pairs, three line pairs (one of which is rejoined) and an unused single, for a total of 25 stamps. None are known used.

Census No. 316-OG-PR-03. Ex Grunin and Floyd. With 1967, 1994, 2002 and 2018 P.F. certificates

335,000
170,000
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U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
1902-08 Issue
2017-03-01
United States Stamps
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Sale Number 1150, Lot Number 972, 1908 First Government Coil Rarities (Scott 316-322)1c Blue Green, Coil (316), 1c Blue Green, Coil (316)1c Blue Green, Coil (316). Pair, h.r., deep rich color and proof-like impression, small tear in right margin of bottom stamp, tiny pinhole in upper left margin of top stamp is barely noticeable

VERY FINE APPEARANCE. THE ONE-CENT VERTICAL COIL, SCOTT 316, IS ONE OF THE RAREST OF ALL UNITED STATES STAMPS. ONLY TWELVE PAIRS AND ONE SINGLE ARE RECORDED.

According to Johl, these first government coils were an experiment, and collectors and dealers were generally unaware of their existence. Regular sheets of 400 were printed and then perforated in only one direction. They were then cut into strips of 20. The strips were then pasted together to form rolls (one paste-up pair is known).

It is unknown exactly how many of these experimental coils were produced. They were superseded less than a year later by the Washington-Franklin issue coils, the first of which were issued on December 29, 1908.

Our census of Scott 316, which is available at our website at http://siegelauctions.com/enc/census/316.pdf , records nine pairs, three line pairs (one of which is rejoined) and an unused single, for a total of 25 stamps. None are known used.

Census No. 316-OG-PR-04 and offered to the market for the first time in more than 40 years. With 1976 and 2017 P.F. certificates

335,000
80,000
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United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
1902-08 Issue
2016-05-31
2016 Rarities of the World
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Sale Number 1129, Lot Number 408, 1902-08 Issue, Louisiana Purchase and Jamestown Issues1c Blue Green, Coil (316), 1c Blue Green, Coil (316)1c Blue Green, Coil (316). Pair, lightly hinged, deep rich color and proof-like impression, choice centering with well-balanced margins

VERY FINE AND CHOICE PAIR OF THE RARE ONE-CENT VERTICAL COIL, SCOTT 316. OUR CENSUS RECORDS ONLY TWELVE PAIRS AND ONE SINGLE. THIS IS ONE OF THE FINEST PAIRS IN EXISTENCE.

According to Johl, these first government coils were an experiment, and collectors and dealers were generally unaware of their existence. Regular sheets of 400 were printed and then perforated in only one direction. They were then cut into strips of 20. The strips were then pasted together to form rolls (one paste-up pair is known).

It is unknown exactly how many of these experimental coils were produced. They were superseded less than a year later by the Washington-Franklin issue coils, the first of which were issued on December 29, 1908.

Our census of Scott 316, which is available at our website at http://siegelauctions.com/enc/census/316.pdf , records nine pairs, three line pairs (one of which is rejoined) and an unused single, for a total of 25 stamps. None are known used.

Census No. 316-OG-PR-05. Ex Dr. Agris and Whitman. With 1956, 1982, 1997 and 2008 P.F. certificates.

300,000
290,000
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United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
1902-08 Issue
2015-04-28
The Robert R. Hall Collection of Outstanding United States Stamps
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Sale Number 1096, Lot Number 557, 1906-08 Issue Imperforates and Coils (Scott 314A-322)1c Blue Green, Coil (316), 1c Blue Green, Coil (316)1c Blue Green, Coil (316). Pair, lightly hinged, rich color, well-centered for this difficult issue, few perf separations expertly reinforced

VERY FINE AND CHOICE PAIR OF THE RARE 1908 ONE-CENT VERTICAL COIL, SCOTT 316. OUR CENSUS RECORDS ONLY TWELVE PAIRS AND ONE SINGLE. THIS IS ONE OF THE FINEST PAIRS IN EXISTENCE.

According to Johl, these first government coils were an experiment, and collectors and dealers were generally unaware of their existence. Regular sheets of 400 were printed and then perforated in only one direction. They were then cut into strips of 20. The strips were then pasted together to form rolls.

It is unknown exactly how many of these experimental coils were produced (one paste-up pair is known). They were superseded less than a year later by the Washington-Franklin issue coils, the first of which were issued on December 29, 1908.

Our census of Scott 316, which is available at our website at http://siegelauctions.com/enc/census/316.pdf records nine pairs, three line pairs (one of which is rejoined) and an unused single, for a total of 25 stamps. None are known used.

Census No. 316-OG-PR-01. Ex Engel as part of a strip of three, ex "Connoisseur" (McNall) and Zoellner as a pair. With 1961 P.F. certificate as the strip and 1992 P.F. certificate as a pair

240,000
310,000
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United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
1902-08 Issue
2009-09-22
The Alan B. Whitman Collection, Part Three: 1902-34 Issues, B-O-B
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Sale Number 968B, Lot Number 393, 1902-08 Issue (Scott 315-318)1c Blue Green, Coil (316), 1c Blue Green, Coil (316)1c Blue Green, Coil (316). Guide line pair, top stamp h.r., bottom stamp lightly hinged, intense shade and impression, top stamp tiny surface scuff in margin at top center

VERY FINE APPEARANCE. THIS IS ONE OF ONLY TWO INTACT GUIDE LINE PAIRS OF THE 1908 ONE-CENT VERTICAL COIL, SCOTT 316. ONE OF THE GREATEST RARITIES OF 20TH CENTURY UNITED STATES PHILATELY.

According to Johl, these first government coils were an experiment, and collectors and dealers were generally unaware of their existence. Regular sheets of 400 were perforated in only one direction. They were then cut into strips of 20. The strips were pasted together to form rolls.

It is unknown exactly how many of these experimental coils were produced (one paste-up pair is known). They were superseded less than a year later by the Washington-Franklin issue coils, the first of which were issued on December 29, 1908.

Our census of Scott 316 (available at http://siegelauctions.com/enc/census/316.pdf) records nine pairs, three line pairs (one of which is rejoined) and an unused single, for a total of 25 stamps. No used examples are known.

Census No. 316-OG-LP-10. Ex Newport. With 1975 and 2008 P.F. certificates

325,000
250,000
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United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
1902-08 Issue
2009-09-22
The Alan B. Whitman Collection, Part Three: 1902-34 Issues, B-O-B
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Sale Number 968B, Lot Number 394, 1902-08 Issue (Scott 315-318)1c Blue Green, Coil (316), 1c Blue Green, Coil (316)1c Blue Green, Coil (316). Pair, lightly hinged, deep rich color and proof-like impression, choice centering with well-balanced margins

VERY FINE AND CHOICE PAIR OF THE RARE ONE-CENT VERTICAL COIL, SCOTT 316. OUR CENSUS RECORDS ONLY TWELVE PAIRS AND ONE SINGLE. THIS IS ONE OF THE FINEST PAIRS IN EXISTENCE.

According to Johl, these first government coils were an experiment, and collectors and dealers were generally unaware of their existence. Regular sheets of 400 were printed and then perforated in only one direction. They were then cut into strips of 20. The strips were then pasted together to form rolls.

It is unknown exactly how many of these experimental coils were produced (one paste-up pair is known). They were superseded less than a year later by the Washington-Franklin issue coils, the first of which were issued on December 29, 1908.

Our census of Scott 316, which is available at our website at http://siegelauctions.com/enc/census/316.pdf records nine pairs, three line pairs (one of which is rejoined) and an unused single, for a total of 25 stamps. None are known used.

Census No. 316-OG-PR-05. Ex Agris. With 1956, 1982, 1997 and 2008 P.F. certificates.

200,000
220,000
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United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
1902-08 Issue
2009-09-22
The Alan B. Whitman Collection, Part Three: 1902-34 Issues, B-O-B
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Sale Number 968B, Lot Number 395, 1902-08 Issue (Scott 315-318)1c Blue Green, Coil (316), 1c Blue Green, Coil (316)1c Blue Green, Coil (316). Barest trace of hinging, deep rich colors, proof-like impression, choice centering on post-office fresh paper

VERY FINE AND CHOICE. THIS IS THE UNIQUE SINGLE OF THE 1908 ONE-CENT VERTICAL COIL, SCOTT 316. ONLY TWELVE UNUSED PAIRS AND ONE UNUSED SINGLE ARE RECORDED. ONE OF THE RAREST STAMPS OF 20TH CENTURY UNITED STATES PHILATELY.

According to Johl, these first government coils were an experiment, and collectors and dealers were generally unaware of their existence. Regular sheets of 400 were perforated in only one direction. They were then cut into strips of 20. The strips were pasted together to form rolls.

It is unknown exactly how many of these experimental coils were produced (one paste-up pair is known). They were superseded less than a year later by the Washington-Franklin issue coils, the first of which were issued on December 29, 1908.

Our census of Scott 316 (available at http://siegelauctions.com/enc/census/316.pdf) records nine pairs, three line pairs (one of which is rejoined) and an unused single, for a total of 25 stamps. No used examples are known.

Census No. 316-OG-02. Ex Engel as part of a strip of three. With 1961, 1987 and 1997 P.F. certificates

70,000
130,000
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United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
1902-08 Issue
2008-05-08
The Jay Hoffman Collection of United States Stamps
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Sale Number 956, Lot Number 300, 1902-08 Issue1c Blue Green, Coil (316), 1c Blue Green, Coil (316)1c Blue Green, Coil (316). Pair, full original gum, lightly hinged, rich color, well-centered for this difficult issue

VERY FINE AND EXCEEDINGLY RARE. OUR CENSUS RECORDS ONLY TWELVE UNUSED PAIRS AND ONE UNUSED SINGLE. ONE OF THE FINEST PAIRS OF ONE OF THE RAREST STAMPS OF 20TH CENTURY PHILATELY.

Armstrong, in his book United States Coil Issues 1906-38, recorded 33 stamps in total certified by the Philatelic Foundation. Our census of Scott 316 as published in the Zoellner catalogue and available at our website at http://siegelauctions.com/enc/census/316/316.htm records twelve unused pairs and an unused single, for a total of 25 stamps. Armstrong probably double-counted a few pairs that were certified more than once. In addition, the strip of four in his notes has since been broken into two pairs, and the strip of three has been broken into a pair and a single.

Census No. 316-OG-PR-01. With 1960 and 2004 P.F. certificates. This is the first example we have offered since our Zoellner sale in 1998.

150,000
230,000
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United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
1902-08 Issue
1998-10-08
The Robert Zoellner Collection of United States
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Sale Number 804, Lot Number 524, 1902-08 Issue, Including the Rare Coils1c Blue Green, Vertical Coil (316), 1c Blue Green, Vertical Coil (316)1c Blue Green, Vertical Coil (316). Pair, full original gum, lightly hinged, rich color, well-centered for this difficult issue, few perf separations expertly reinforced

VERY FINE AND EXCEEDINGLY RARE. OUR CENSUS RECORDS ONLY TWELVE UNUSED PAIRS AND ONE UNUSED SINGLE. A REMARKABLY CHOICE PAIR OF ONE OF THE RAREST STAMPS OF TWENTIETH CENTURY PHILATELY.

Armstrong, in his book United States Coil Issues 1906-38, recorded 33 stamps in total certified by the Philatelic Foundation. Our census of Scott 316 (see Appendix, p. 384) records twelve unused pairs and an unused single, for a total of 25 stamps. Armstrong probably double-counted a few pairs that were certified more than once. In addition, the strip of four in his notes has since been broken into two pairs, and the strip of three has been broken into a pair and a single.

Of the other similarly well-centered pairs, only three others are sound (Census Nos. 316-OG-PR-03, 316-OG-PR-03 and 316-OG-LP-07).

Census No. 316-OG-PR-01. Ex Engel as part of a strip of three, ex McNall as a pair. With 1961 P.F. certificate as the strip and 1992 P.F. certificate as a pair

75,000
80,000
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United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
1902-08 Issue
1995-06-05
1995 Rarities of the World
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Sale Number 767, Lot Number 274, 1902-08 Issue1c Blue Green, Coil (316), 1c Blue Green, Coil (316)1c Blue Green, Coil (316). Vertical guideline pair, stamps separated and rejoined, fresh color and deep shade, small h.r., perforated just below line so that this feature shows clearly, tiny corner perf crease at bottom right

A FINE REJOINED LINE PAIR, OF WHICH ONLY THREE EXAMPLES HAVE BEEN CERTIFIED AS GENUINE BY THE PHILATELIC FOUNDATION. ONE OF THE MAJOR RARITIES OF 20TH CENTURY UNITED STATES PHILATELY.

According to United States Coil Issues 1908-38 (Martin A. Armstrong, 1977), a total of thirty-three 1908 1c endwise coils stamps have been certified as genuine, including eight pairs, strips of three and four, and one paste-up pair.

With 1975 P.F. certificate. Scott Retail for guideline pair

125,000
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