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FILTER: Area=United States, Sub Area=U.S. Stamps, General=20th Century Issues, Issue/Country=Washington-Franklin Issues, All Sale Dates thru 2022/01/01, Catalogue = 544, Symbol IN ("COVER")
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Date
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Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
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United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
Washington-Franklin Issues
2020-06-30
2020 Rarities of the World
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Sale Number 1224, Lot Number 213, 1914-1922 and Later Issues1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544), 1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544)1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544). Choice centering, tied by "Jackson Mich. 6:30PM Dec. 21, 1922" machine cancel on small cover to Albion Mich.

EXTREMELY FINE. A BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE OF THE 1922 ONE-CENT ROTARY PERF 11 ON COVER. ONLY NINE POSTCARDS AND FIVE COVERS HAVE BEEN CERTIFIED AS GENUINE BY THE PHILATELIC FOUNDATION.

A small quantity of 1c Rotary Press stamps was perforated 11 at the end of 1922, using remainder sheets from the earlier printings that were normally perforated in 10 gauge or 10/11 compound gauge. Its existence as a Perf 11 variety was discovered in 1936, and the stamp received its Scott Catalogue listing in 1938.

Until the 2011 edition, the Scott Catalogue listed this cover as the earliest documented usage. The new edition lists the EDU as Dec. 17, 1922 based on a postcard expertized by APEX. This remains the earliest known use on a full cover. In addition to the 14 examples expertized by the P.F. there are a handful of others which have received A.P.S. certificates.

With 2007 A.P.S. certificate

6,500
3,250
United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
Washington-Franklin Issues
2019-12-17
United States Postal History and Confederate States
c
Sale Number 1215, Lot Number 2390, 1893 Columbian, 1898 Pan-American and Later Issues1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544), 1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544)1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544). Rich color, tied by "Boston Mass. Dec. 29, 1922" machine cancel on multicolored New Year's postcard to Philadelphia

VERY FINE. AN EXCEEDINGLY RARE EXAMPLE OF THE 1922 ONE-CENT ROTARY PERF 11 USED ON A POSTCARD. VERY FEW ARE KNOWN.

A small quantity of 1c Rotary Press stamps was perforated 11 at the end of 1922, using remainder sheets from the earlier printings that were normally perforated in 10 gauge or 10/11 compound gauge. Its existence as a Perf 11 variety was discovered in 1936, and the stamp received its Scott Catalogue listing in 1938.

The beautiful design side of the postcard reads "A new year wish. May you have good luck and always be in clover." Fewer than 20 on-cover examples have been certified by the Philatelic Foundation as well as a handful by A.P.S.

With 1992 P.F. certificate

7,500
4,000
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United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
Washington-Franklin Issues
2019-10-29
The William H. Gross Collection: United States Postal History
c
Sale Number 1211, Lot Number 559, 20th Century Issues, A superb example of Scott 544 on a postcard used five days after the earliest documented use

1¢ Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544), unusually choice centering, tied by "Cleveland, Ohio Dec. 22 2:30PM 1922" slogan machine cancel on multicolored Christmas postcard to Tracy, California, Extremely Fine, a superb used example of Scott 544 on a pristine postcard, used just five days after the earliest documented use, with 1977 P.F. certificate, Scott value on "cover" is $7,500.00

E. 2,000-3,000
6,250
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United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
Washington-Franklin Issues
2018-11-14
United States Stamps including Confederate States and Hawaii
c
Sale Number 1192, Lot Number 603, 1918-22 Offset and Rotary Issues (Scott 525-550)1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544), 1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544)1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544). With bottom sheet margin, well-centered, tied by Wisconsin Feb. 14 duplex cancel on multicolored Valentine post card depicting a woman sitting in a windowsill and handing letter to a dove, addressed to Rosendale Wis.

EXTREMELY FINE. AN EXCEEDINGLY RARE EXAMPLE OF THE 1923 ONE-CENT ROTARY PERF 11 USED ON A VALENTINE POST CARD. VERY FEW ARE KNOWN.

A small quantity of 1c Rotary Press stamps was perforated 11 at the end of 1922, using remainder sheets from the earlier printings that were normally perforated in 10 gauge or 10/11 compound gauge. Its existence as a Perf 11 variety was discovered in 1936, and the stamp received its Scott Catalogue listing in 1938.

With 1990 P.F. certificate.

7,500
0
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United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
Washington-Franklin Issues
2018-10-25
United States and CSA Postal History
c
Sale Number 1191, Lot Number 2353, 1870 and Later Issues1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544), 1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544)1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544). Tied by "Burlington Vt. Feb. 13 2PM 1924" machine cancel on Valentine post card to Cherry Valley N.Y., stamp with light corner crease at top left, card with some slight overall soiling

FINE APPEARING EXAMPLE OF THE 1922 ONE-CENT ROTARY PERF 11, SCOTT 544, ON A VALENTINE CARD. VERY FEW ARE KNOWN.

A small quantity of 1c Rotary Press stamps was perforated 11 at the end of 1922, using remainder sheets from the earlier printings that were normally perforated in 10 gauge or 10/11 compound gauge. Its existence as a Perf 11 variety was discovered in 1936, and the stamp received its Scott Catalogue listing in 1938.

With 2010 P.S.A.G. certificate

7,500
1,500
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United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
Washington-Franklin Issues
2018-06-27
2018 Rarities of the World
c
Sale Number 1185, Lot Number 85, Pan-American Issue, 20th Century Issues including Non-Inverted Jenny1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544), 1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544)1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544). Tied by "(B)elmont Vt. ? 22 1923 A.M." postmark on picture postcard to Rocky Hill Conn.

FRESH AND FINE EXAMPLE OF THE 1922 ONE-CENT ROTARY PERF 11, SCOTT 544, ON A POST CARD. VERY FEW ARE KNOWN.

A small quantity of 1c Rotary Press stamps was perforated 11 at the end of 1922, using remainder sheets from the earlier printings that were normally perforated in 10 gauge or 10/11 compound gauge. Its existence as a Perf 11 variety was discovered in 1936, and the stamp received its Scott Catalogue listing in 1938.

With 1982 A.P.S. and 2011 P.F. certificate noting town as Elmont Vt. A Google search shows there was never such a town

7,500
2,500
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United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
Washington-Franklin Issues
2015-12-17
U.S. & C.S.A. Postal History
c
Sale Number 1117, Lot Number 4177, Washington-Franklin and Later Issues1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544), 1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544)1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544). Tied by "Jackson Mich. Dec. 21, 1922" machine cancel on Christmas postcard to Manchester Mich., trivial edgewear

VERY FINE EXAMPLE OF THE 1922 ONE-CENT ROTARY PERF 11, SCOTT 544, ON A POST CARD. VERY FEW ARE KNOWN.

A small quantity of 1c Rotary Press stamps was perforated 11 at the end of 1922, using remainder sheets from the earlier printings that were normally perforated in 10 gauge or 10/11 compound gauge. Its existence as a Perf 11 variety was discovered in 1936, and the stamp received its Scott Catalogue listing in 1938.

7,500
0
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United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
Washington-Franklin Issues
2015-02-23
The Curtis Collection: U.S. 20th Century and Air Post
c
Sale Number 1093, Lot Number 510, 1918-21 Offset, Rotary and Bi-Colored Issues (Scott 525-547)1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544), 1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544)1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544). Two horizontal pairs, tied by "San Francisco Calif. Mar. 18, 1924 10:30 PM" machine cancel on oversize cover with attorney's return address to Commissioner of patents in Washington D.C., second stamp with depression in paper from cancel at bottom left, third stamp tiny scrape at bottom right, fourth stamp with top right corner missing

A REMARKABLE FRANKING WITH TWO PAIRS OF THE RARE ONE-CENT ROTARY PERF 11 ISSUE, SCOTT 544. VERY FEW COVERS OR CARDS ARE KNOWN, AND THIS IS THE LARGEST MULTIPLE USE.

Ex Martin. With 2005 P.F. certificate. Scott Retail as off-cover singles $15,000.00

E. 5,000-7,500
4,000
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United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
Washington-Franklin Issues
2010-12-09
The Sirron Collection of U.S. Perforation Rarities
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Sale Number 1001, Lot Number 2118, 1922 1c Rotary Perf 11 Issue (Scott 544)1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544), 1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544)1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544). Choice centering, tied by "Jackson Mich. 6:30PM Dec. 21, 1922" machine cancel on small cover to Albion Mich.

EXTREMELY FINE. A BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE OF THE 1922 ONE-CENT ROTARY PERF 11 ON COVER. ONLY NINE POSTCARDS AND FIVE COVERS HAVE BEEN CERTIFIED AS GENUINE BY THE PHILATELIC FOUNDATION.

A small quantity of 1c Rotary Press stamps was perforated 11 at the end of 1922, using remainder sheets from the earlier printings that were normally perforated in 10 gauge or 10/11 compound gauge. Its existence as a Perf 11 variety was discovered in 1936, and the stamp received its Scott Catalogue listing in 1938.

Until the 2011 edition, the Scott Catalogue listed this cover as the earliest documented usage. The new edition lists the EDU as Dec. 17, 1922 based on a postcard expertized by APEX. This remains the earliest known use on a full cover. In addition to the 14 examples expertized by the P.F. there are a handful of others which have received A.P.S. certificates.

With 2007 A.P.S. certificate

7,500
0
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United States
U.S. Stamps
20th Century Issues
Washington-Franklin Issues
2010-12-09
The Sirron Collection of U.S. Perforation Rarities
c
Sale Number 1001, Lot Number 2119, 1922 1c Rotary Perf 11 Issue (Scott 544)1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544), 1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544)1c Green, Rotary Perf 11 (544). Rich color, tied by "Boston Mass. Dec. 29, 1922" machine cancel on multicolored New Year's postcard to Philadelphia

VERY FINE. AN EXCEEDINGLY RARE EXAMPLE OF THE 1922 ONE-CENT ROTARY PERF 11 USED ON A POSTCARD. ONLY NINE POSTCARDS AND FIVE COVERS HAVE BEEN CERTIFIED AS GENUINE BY THE PHILATELIC FOUNDATION. A WONDERFUL EXHIBITION ITEM.

The beautiful design side of the postcard reads "A new year wish. May you have good luck and always be in clover." In addition to the 14 examples expertized by the P.F. there are a handful of others which have received A.P.S. certificates.

With 1992 P.F. certificate

7,500
0
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FILTER: Area=United States, Sub Area=U.S. Stamps, General=20th Century Issues, Issue/Country=Washington-Franklin Issues, All Sale Dates thru 2022/01/01, Catalogue = 544, Symbol IN ("COVER")

28 Selected Lots , Page 1 of 3


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