Sale 708 — 1989 Rarities of the World

Sale Date — Saturday, 15 April, 1989

Category — Pan-American Issue

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
335
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Sale 708, Lot 335, Pan-American Issue1c Pan-American, Center Inverted (294a). Well-centered, Part o.g., some negligible gum soaks and minute faults, otherwise Very Fine, signed Bloch, with Friedl Certificate

10,000
2,800
336
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Sale 708, Lot 336, Pan-American Issue1c Pan-American, Center Inverted (294a). Fresh, faint thin under redistributed o.g., reperfed, Fine Appearing Example of This Rare Invert

10,000
2,400
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337
 
Sale 708, Lot 337, Pan-American Issue1c Pan-American, Center Inverted (294a). Machine cancel, creases and couple small tears, Very Fine Appearance

4,500
2,800
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338
ogbl
Sale 708, Lot 338, Pan-American Issue1c-10c Pan-Americans (294-299). Imprint & Plate No. Blocks (4c, 10c Top Blocks of Ten; 5c, 8c Bottom Blocks of Eight; 1c, 2c Bottom Blocks of Ten), one 8c with hinge remnant, Others Mint (4c, 5c hinge remnant in selvedge only), A Fresh and Generally Well-centered Set, Fine-Very Fine

20,465
10,000
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339
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Sale 708, Lot 339, Pan-American Issue2c Pan-American, Center Inverted (295a). Fresh, gum much more intact than usual, hinge remnant, natural inclusion speck at edge of frame at bottom, Fine Example of this Major 20th Century Error

45,000
18,000
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340
c
Sale 708, Lot 340, Pan-American Issue2c Pan-American (295). Tied by "St. Paul, Minn. May 1 1901" First Day Machine pmk. on Neat Corner Card Cover, Very Fine, with P.F. Certificate

3,000
1,700
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