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Sale 769 — The Honolulu Advertiser Collection

Sale Date — Tuesday, 7 November, 1995

Category — Foreign Destinations From Hawaii

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
3465°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3465, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1864-82, 2c Purple, 2c Rose Vermilion, 5c Ultramarine (30, 31, 39), 1864-82, 2c Purple, 2c Rose Vermilion, 5c Ultramarine (30, 31, 39)1864-82, 2c Purple, 2c Rose Vermilion, 5c Ultramarine (30, 31, 39). Each tied by "Honolulu, H.I. Jun. 30, 1891" duplex on 2c Carmine entire (U2) to Bucharest, Romania, reverse with San Francisco transit and Bucharest receiving cds, handstamped return address of C. Witt of New York, 1c & 5c well-centered with rich color, Very Fine, an exceptionally attractive usage

E. 300-400
1,000
3466°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3466, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1866, 5c Blue (32), 1866, 5c Blue (32)1866, 5c Blue (32). Tied by target on cover to Guaymas, Mexico, red "Honolulu Hawaii Mar. 17" cds, red San Francisco backstamp; scattered toning and light soiling, Fine

E. 200-250
1,050
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3467°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3467, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1871, 6c Yellow Green (33), 1871, 6c Yellow Green (33)1871, 6c Yellow Green (33). Tied by "Honolulu, H.I. Jun. 2, 1897" duplex on cover to London, England, canceled with boxed "DAMAGED BY IMMERSION/IN SEA WATER" in violet, reverse with label pasted over flaps "V.R./FOUND/OPEN AND/OFFICIALLY/SEALED", handstamped ship endorsement, "S.S. `AUSTRALIA'", 6c with sealed tear, Fine, very scarce ship wreck marking, extremely rare with Hawaiian franking

E. 750-1,000
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3468°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3468, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1871, 6c Yellow Green (33), 1871, 6c Yellow Green (33)1871, 6c Yellow Green (33). Tied by blue target on 4c Red entire (U3) to Christiania, Norway, matching "Hamakuapoko, Maui Feb. 14, 1888" rimmed double-circle, clear "Honolulu H.I. Feb. 17, 1888" cds with magenta San Francisco backstamp, no receiving postmarks, endorsed "By first sailing vessel" in corner; creased vertically at far left, slight running of ink in address, still Fine, very rare usage

E. 1,000-1,500
1,200
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3469°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3469, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1871, 6c Yellow Green (33), 1871, 6c Yellow Green (33)1871, 6c Yellow Green (33). Target cancel, not tied, on 4c Red entire (U3) to Manila, Philippines, clear "Honolulu H.I. Jul. 3, 1888" cds and second strike of target, ms. endorsement "Via S.F. & Hong Kong", San Francisco backstamps including "San Francisco Cal. Stm. Ship Jul. 11," Very Fine

E. 200-250
800
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3470°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3470, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1871, 18c Dull Rose (34), 1871, 18c Dull Rose (34)1871, 18c Dull Rose (34). Two singles, each tied by "Honolulu, H.I. Dec. 17, 1897" duplex on registered cover to London, England, Limehouse backstamp; stamp with gum toning, otherwise Very Fine

E. 400-500
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3471°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3471, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1871-75, 18c Dull Rose, 12c Black (34, 36), 1871-75, 18c Dull Rose, 12c Black (34, 36)1871-75, 18c Dull Rose, 12c Black (34, 36). Used with 1871-84 6c Green, 5c Ultramarine, 10c Red Brown, 15c Red Brown (33, 39, 41, 44) on legal-size registered cover to Germany, possibly a 1c overpayment of 10-times 5c UPU rate plus registry and return receipt fees, stamps tied by targets in dull violet, red "Honolulu Hawaii May 14, 1891" double-circle ds and matching registry markings, merchant handstamp of H. Hackfeld & Co., cover with small tear at right and slightly reduced at left, Fine

E. 300-400
550
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3472°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3472, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1875, 12c Black (36), 1875, 12c Black (36)1875, 12c Black (36). Tied by light strike of "N-Z/MARINE P.O./11 AP 81" cds on cover to Dunedin, New Zealand, second clear strike to left of stamp, Dunedin backstamp, cover with closed tear from opening, Fine and very scarce. This marking was applied to mail given to the ship Zealander which reached home on May 7th

E. 500-750
3,250
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3473°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3473, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1875, 12c Black (36), 1875, 12c Black (36)1875, 12c Black (36). Horizontal pair, tied by target on registered 4c Red entire (U3) to Budapest, Hungary, red "Honolulu Hawaii May 18, 1891" double-circle and matching "R", reverse with San Francisco three-line registry ds, etc., New York label pasted partly over pair, Fine and very scarce

E. 500-600
950
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3474°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3474, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1882, 5c Ultramarine (39), 1882, 5c Ultramarine (39)1882, 5c Ultramarine (39). Horizontal pair with target cancels and just tied by "Honolulu H.I. Aug. 15" cds on 1884 cover to England, with marking, "Late Letter Mail" in purple circle, the 10c was for the UPU rate plus 5c for this supplementary mail service, red Liverpool ds, reverse with San Francisco receiver and magenta "San Francisco, Cal. Stm. Ship" cds; tiny edge toning, still Very Fine, rare marking

E. 200-250
600
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3475°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3475, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1882, 5c Ultramarine (39), 1882, 5c Ultramarine (39)1882, 5c Ultramarine (39). Two, tied by indistinct Maui double-circle ds on cover to Darlington, England, additional "Honolulu, H.I. Nov. 17, 1889" duplex ties left stamp, corner card of Hawaiian Fruit and Taro Co., some toning in perfs, Fine

E. 100-150
300
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3476°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3476, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1882, 5c Ultramarine (39), 1882, 5c Ultramarine (39)1882, 5c Ultramarine (39). Horizontal pair, tied by "Honolulu, H.I. Oct. 24, 1890" duplexes on cover the Zoological Museum in Christiania, Norway, reverse with San Francisco cds, lightened stain in bottom right corner (not affecting stamps), Fine, rare destination

E. 750-1,000
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3477°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3477, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1882, 5c Ultramarine (39), 1882, 5c Ultramarine (39)1882, 5c Ultramarine (39). Horizontal strip of three, used with 1886 2c Rose (43) pair and tied by "Honolulu, H.I. Nov. 29, 1889" duplex on cover to a Lt. Clarke aboard the "U.S. Ship `Iroquois'/Apia/Samoa", purple "PAID ALL" in oval, a stamp is missing at right - probably a 1c - to make up 20c for four times the UPU rate, nonetheless a Fine and very rare usage from Hawaii to Samoa

E. 750-1,000
1,000
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3478°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3478, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1882, 10c Black (40), 1882, 10c Black (40)1882, 10c Black (40). Tied by fancy segmented target and red "Honolulu Hawaii Nov. 22" cds on 1882 cover to Liverpool, England, clean and Fine

E. 150-200
350
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3479°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3479, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1882, 10c Black (40), 1882, 10c Black (40)1882, 10c Black (40). Part imprint at bottom, tied by target cancel on cover to Kendal, England, odd "Honolulu Hawaii Mar. 25" cds in red with bits of black, backstamps include red "San Francisco Cal. Stm. Ship Apr. 4" cds; opened three sides, Fine

E. 100-150
270
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3480°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3480, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1882, 15c Red Brown (41), 1882, 15c Red Brown (41)1882, 15c Red Brown (41). Just tied by cork cancel on mourning cover to British Columbia, addressed to a Lt. Henderson aboard the H.M. Flagship Swiftsure, with purple "Late Letter Mail" rimmed double-circle ds; sealed tear to left of stamp, Fine

E. 100-150
750
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3481°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3481, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1883, 1c Green (42), 1883, 1c Green (42)1883, 1c Green (42). Tied by "Hamakuapoko, Maui Apr. 22, 1892" double-circle ds on 2c Black postal card, no. UX2, used April 22, 1882 to Germany, San Francisco and New York transits, Very Fine

E. 200-300
350
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3482°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3482, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1884, 10c Red Brown (44), 1884, 10c Red Brown (44)1884, 10c Red Brown (44). Tied by "Honolulu, H.I. Aug. 7, 1889" duplex on mourning cover to Vinh, Annam (Indochina), then readdressed and forwarded to Cherbourg and Paris, backstamps include Saigon cds, address strengthened, small tear at top, still Fine, rare destination, with 1981 P.F. certificate

E. 600-800
900
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3483°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3483, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1884, 10c Red Brown (44), 1884, 10c Red Brown (44)1884, 10c Red Brown (44). Target cancel, not tied, on cover to Papeete, Tahiti, matching "Honolulu H.I. Jun. 1" cds, San Francisco backstamps; cover faults including edge tears and no flap, still exhibitable, rare destination

E. 750-1,000
550
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3484°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3484, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1884, 10c Red Brown (44), 1884, 10c Red Brown (44)1884, 10c Red Brown (44). Tied by "Honolulu, H.I. Aug. 24, 1889" duplex on cover to Copenhagen, Denmark, reverse with sender's name in purple oval, two San Francisco and two Copenhagen postmarks, Fine

E. 200-250
650
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3485°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3485, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1884, 10c Red Brown (44), 1884, 10c Red Brown (44)1884, 10c Red Brown (44). Centered to right, tied by bold target, on cover to Hanover, Germany, clear "Waianae Oahu Jan. 24, 1887" rimmed double-circle, Honolulu, New York and Hanover backstamps, Fine

E. 100-150
270
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3486°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3486, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1883, 12c Red Lilac (46), 1883, 12c Red Lilac (46)1883, 12c Red Lilac (46). Well-centered, tied by bold "Wailuku, Maui Jan. 11, 1885" double-circle ds on cover to Scotland, Honolulu and Ballater backstamps, sealed tears and mended nicks at top, otherwise Fine

E. 150-200
290
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3487°
c
1883, 25c Dark Violet (47). Horizontal pair, tied by "Honolulu, H.I. May 3" duplex on large 1889 cover to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Stockholm, Sweden,, reverse with blue Swedish consulate handstamp showing coat of arms, two San Francisco cds including one with integral "St. Shp.", cover with some edge wear and file fold at far left but otherwise intact, Fine and very scarce

E. 150-200
550
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3488°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3488, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1883, 50c Red (48), 1883, 50c Red (48)1883, 50c Red (48). Used with 1882 15c Red Brown (41), each with matching target cancel, on 5c Blue entire (U4) to Hamburg, Germany, lightly struck "Honolulu H.I. 1 May" cds, reverse with New York and Hamburg datestamps, cover with faint stains, one barely affecting 50c, Fine

E. 300-400
475
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3489°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3489, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1891, 2c Dull Violet (52), 1891, 2c Dull Violet (52)1891, 2c Dull Violet (52). Tied by purple "Lihue, Kauai" double-circle with indistinct date, on 2c Black postal card (UX2), used December 1892 to Germany, Honolulu transit, card has small internal cut, far from stamps, otherwise Very Fine

E. 150-200
290
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3490°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3490, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1893, 1c Green, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpts., 2c Brown (55, 57, 75), 1893, 1c Green, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpts., 2c Brown (55, 57, 75)1893, 1c Green, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpts., 2c Brown (55, 57, 75). Tied together by single strike of "Honolulu, H.I. Oct. 26, 1894" duplex on cover to Melbourne, Australia, No. 75 with part imprint, No. 57 with face free cancel, with Sydney cds on reverse; No. 57 creased before use otherwise Very Fine

E. 150-200
525
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3491°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3491, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1893, 1c Green, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpts. (55, 57), 1893, 1c Green, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpts. (55, 57)1893, 1c Green, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpts. (55, 57). 1c with part imprint at right, tied together by "Honolulu Sep. 13, 1893" duplex on 2c Carmine entire (U2) to Germany, reverse with San Francisco and New York datestamps, H. Hackfeld & Co. purple hs; slightly reduced at L, Fine

E. 100-150
375
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3492°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3492, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1893-94, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpts., 1c Yellow (57, 74), 1893-94, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpts., 1c Yellow (57, 74)1893-94, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpts., 1c Yellow (57, 74). First is vertical pair, tied by purple "Kohala Hawaii Jun. 28, 1897" cds and target on cover to Vienna, Austria, fancy handstamped corner card of the Catholic Mission in Kohala, Honolulu and Mahukona transits, Fine

E. 150-200
375
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3493°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3493, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1893, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpt. (57), 1893, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpt. (57)1893, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpt. (57). Tied with 1c Yellow and 2c Brown (74, 75) by purple "Honolulu, H.I. Oct. 19, 1896" duplex on cover to the German Consulate in Chefoo, North China, then forwarded to Berlin, Germany, markings on reverse include Yokohama, Shanghai, Chefoo datestamps, corner card of a Chefoo company on flap, Fine and rare, the use of purple ink for this Honolulu canceller is unusual

E. 750-1,000
1,700
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3494°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3494, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1893, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpt. (57), 1893, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpt. (57)1893, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpt. (57). Single and pair, tied by targets on matching newspaper wrappers to Funchal, Madeira, Hawaiian Gazette Co. corner card; minor foxing, Fine and very scarce pair

E. 250-350
375
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3495°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3495, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1893, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpt. (57), 1893, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpt. (57)1893, 2c Dull Violet, Red Ovpt. (57). Vertical pair with left sheet margin, target cancels, on Hawaiian Gazette Co. newspaper wrapper to Funchal, Maeira, minor aging, Fine

E. 150-200
210
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3496°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3496, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1893, 5c Ultramarine, Red Ovpt. (59), 1893, 5c Ultramarine, Red Ovpt. (59)1893, 5c Ultramarine, Red Ovpt. (59). Tied by "Honolulu, H.I. Feb. 3, 1894" duplex on cover to Drome, France, marked "MISDIRECTED" with purple handstamp, two different Dead Letter Office triangles, purple & black San Francisco datestamps. At some point someone added a helpful "France" in red ms. and this finally reached its destination - a Dieulefit, Drome April 9th datestamp is on back, original enclosure from famed Hawaiian photographer J.J. Williams with his Honolulu letterhead, who notes that all postal cards and 1c-3c entires are sold out. He adds: "I forward 3 New Views we have just made," Fine. Williams published Tourists' Guide for the Hawaiian Islands and started the monthly journal, Paradise of the Pacific in 1888

E. 200-250
400
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3497°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3497, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1893, 5c Ultramarine, Red Ovpt. (59), 1893, 5c Ultramarine, Red Ovpt. (59)1893, 5c Ultramarine, Red Ovpt. (59). Tied by "Honolulu, H.I. Dec. 4, 1893" duplex on cover to Osnabruck, Germany, with hand-colored Japanese figures, Fine and pretty

E. 200-250
350
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3498°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3498, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1893, 5c Ultramarine, Red Ovpt. (59), 1893, 5c Ultramarine, Red Ovpt. (59)1893, 5c Ultramarine, Red Ovpt. (59). Tied by partial strike of "Honolulu, H.I. Feb. 4, 1886" duplex on cover to Yokohama, Japan, reverse with illustrated advertisement for the Hawaiian Hotel which includes a vignette of Kalakaua's inauguration stand, Yokohama backstamp; gum toning around perfs and cover slightly reduced at left, just into ms. ship endorsement ("S.S. Peru"), otherwise Fine

E. 150-200
230
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3499°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3499, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1893, 5c Ultramarine, Red Ovpt. (59), 1893, 5c Ultramarine, Red Ovpt. (59)1893, 5c Ultramarine, Red Ovpt. (59). Tied by purple "Kilauea Kauai Sep. 26, 1896" rimmed double-circle ds on cover to Panama, Honolulu cds on face, reverse with San Francisco, New York and Postal Agency datestamps, faults including small portion of back missing and tear sealed with tape

E. 100-150
250
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3500°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3500, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1893, 5c Ultramarine, Red Ovpt. (59), 1893, 5c Ultramarine, Red Ovpt. (59)1893, 5c Ultramarine, Red Ovpt. (59). Tied by purple "Lihue Kauai Jan. 19, 1895" rimmed double-circle ds on cover to Puerto Rico, small nicks and tears at top from opening, otherwise Fine

E. 100-150
450
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3501°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3501, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1893-94, 12c Black, Red Ovpt., 5c Rose Lake (62, 76), 1893-94, 12c Black, Red Ovpt., 5c Rose Lake (62, 76)1893-94, 12c Black, Red Ovpt., 5c Rose Lake (62, 76). Tied together by "Honolulu, H.I. Nov. 12, 1896" duplex on cover to Madeira, endorsed "via England and by cape mail steamer", reverse with Lisbon and Funchal datestamps, old small tape stains on flap, cover with very faint toning at edges, still Very Fine

E. 300-400
240
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3502°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3502, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1893, 25c Dark Violet, Red Ovpt. (64), 1893, 25c Dark Violet, Red Ovpt. (64)1893, 25c Dark Violet, Red Ovpt. (64). Tied by dull violet target on registered cover to Dunedin, New Zealand, red "Honolulu Hawaii Feb. 2, 1894" double-circle ds with matching registry markings, Dunedin backstamp; toning in two perfs, otherwise Very Fine, rare usage

E. 750-1,000
1,300
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3503°
c
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3503, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1893, 10c Red Brown, Black Ovpt. (68), 1893, 10c Red Brown, Black Ovpt. (68)1893, 10c Red Brown, Black Ovpt. (68). Tied by partly struck Honolulu Dec. 2, 1895 duplex on cover to Sweden, Victoria B.C. transit on flap, Very Fine

E. 300-500
550
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3504°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3504, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1893, 15c Red Brown, Black Ovpt. (70), 1893, 15c Red Brown, Black Ovpt. (70)1893, 15c Red Brown, Black Ovpt. (70). Tied by "Honolulu, H.I Oct. 27, 1893" duplex on cover to Hanover, Germany, with ms. endorsement deleted in blue crayon, San Francisco, New York and Hanover transits on back, Very Fine and attractive

E. 300-400
400
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3505°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3505, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1894, 1c Yellow (74), 1894, 1c Yellow (74)1894, 1c Yellow (74). Left margin pair tied by targets on 1894 cover to Rotterdam, Holland, receiving datestamps on back, no Hawaiian or U.S. markings, Fine

E. 100-150
375
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3506°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3506, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1894, 1c Yellow (74), 1894, 1c Yellow (74)1894, 1c Yellow (74). Horizontal strip of four and single, on cover to Suva, Fiji, bold "Honolulu, H.I. Feb. 20, 1899" duplex struck three times, "G.P.O. Suva 1 Mar. 99" backstamp; single with missing corner (not affecting cds), Fine, very scarce

E. 150-200
525
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3507°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3507, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1894, 1c Yellow (74), 1894, 1c Yellow (74)1894, 1c Yellow (74). Tied by target on 1c Red on Buff card (UX8) "Honolulu, H.I. "Sep. 11, 1894" duplex, to Berlin, Germany, San Francisco transit and due markings, Fine

E. 200-300
1,500
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3508°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3508, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1894, 1c Yellow (74), 1894, 1c Yellow (74)1894, 1c Yellow (74). Tied by "Honolulu, H.I. Mar. 29, 1899" duplex on 1c Red on Buff card (UX8), to Apia, Samoa, Very Fine

E. 100-150
270
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3509°
c
1894, 2c Brown, 5c Rose Lake (75-76). Tied by "Honolulu, H.I. Mar. 10, 1896" duplex, and by indistinct purple cds on 1896 cover to Germany, reverse with Victoria, B.C. transit and Rottach-Egern arrival cds on reverse, cover a trifle aged, otherwise Fine

E. 150-200
0
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3510°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3510, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1894, 2c Brown (75), 1894, 2c Brown (75)1894, 2c Brown (75). Tied by target and by faint Lihue, Kauai cds on 1c Red on Buff card (UX8a), to Germany, Dec. 5, 1897, Honolulu and San Francisco transits, corner wear and vertical crease at right (barely visible on face), Fine

E. 200-300
650
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3511°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3511, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1894, 5c Rose Lake, 10c Yellow Green (76, 77), 1894, 5c Rose Lake, 10c Yellow Green (76, 77)1894, 5c Rose Lake, 10c Yellow Green (76, 77). Tied by red "Honolulu Hawaii Aug. 29, 1898" double-circle ds on registered cover to the French Legation, Buenos Aires, Argentina, corner card of French Consulate, cover with light soiling and some paper adherence on back, Fine and rare

E. 600-800
900
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3512°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3512, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1894, 5c Rose Lake (76), 1894, 5c Rose Lake (76)1894, 5c Rose Lake (76). Tied by "Honolulu, H.I. Nov. 16, 1897" duplex on Interior Department cover to Coban, Guatemala, purple receiving ds on face, reverse with San Francisco, New Orleans and Puerto Barrios transit markings, last with additional straightline "COLLECTION 3:20 P.M." in purple, corner card of "Bureau of Agriculture and Forestry" and imprint at top "On Hawaiian Government Service.", Very Fine, very scarce usage

E. 300-400
750
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3513°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3513, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1894, 5c Rose Lake (76), 1894, 5c Rose Lake (76)1894, 5c Rose Lake (76). Tied by "Honolulu, H.I. May 15, 1894" duplex on May 1894 mourning cover to Commercial Cross, Prince Edward Island, several transits on reverse, some edge wear, otherwise Fine, rare destination

E. 100-150
220
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3514°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3514, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1894, 12c Blue (78), 1894, 12c Blue (78)1894, 12c Blue (78). Tied by "Honolulu, H.I. Nov. 20, 1897" duplex on registered cover to Apolda, Germany, reverse with San Francisco and Apolda datestamps; cover with small tear at left with old tape stain, Fine

E. 150-200
325
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3515°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3515, Foreign Destinations From Hawaii1899, 1c Dark Green (80), 1899, 1c Dark Green (80)1899, 1c Dark Green (80). Tied by bold "Eleele, Kauai, Feb. 2, 1900" rimmed cds in purple, on 1c Red on Buff card (UX8a), to Christiania, Norway, San Francisco transit and receiver on face, Very Fine, choice usage

E. 200-300
1,500
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3516°
c
Hamburg, Germany to Honolulu. 1854 folded letter from U. Albing of Hamburg to commission merchants Krull & Moll, endorsed "Via Panama" and forwarded to England with ms. "2- 8d" for double rate and sent by American packet open mail, light orange red British cds, black "PAID" handstamp of San Francisco and pencil "42" (double 21c rate) with no town cancel, Fine

E. 600-800
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3517°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3517, Foreign Destinations From HawaiiGERMANY, 1871, 20pf Ultramarine (32, two), GERMANY, 1871, 20pf Ultramarine (32, two)GERMANY, 1871, 20pf Ultramarine (32, two). Each tied by Bremen 1877 datestamps on folded letter to Honolulu, endorsed "p first steamer/via Queenstown, New York & San Francisco", two different New York transit datestamps front & back, each dated June 11 - no other transits, red crayon "15" credit, file crease thru right stamp, Fine and scarce

E. 200-250
160
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3518°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3518, Foreign Destinations From HawaiiJAPAN, 1899, 5c Orange Yellow (100), JAPAN, 1899, 5c Orange Yellow (100)JAPAN, 1899, 5c Orange Yellow (100). Used from Hawaii and tied by "Honolulu, H. Isles Dec. 24, 1904" duplex and purple straightline "`PACKET BOAT.'" on UPU post card to England with hand-colored view of Nagasaki on back, no message; scattered foxing, otherwise Fine, interesting usage

E. 200-250
150
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3519°
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Ship Endorsements. Two covers, includes No. U2 entire with ms. "Per `Kaala'" from Honolulu to Waianae, and U12 entire with handstamped "S.S. Australia" from Honolulu to San Francisco, Fine

E. 100-150
100
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3520°
 
Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3520, Foreign Destinations From HawaiiHawaiian Stamps with Foreign Cancellations, Hawaiian Stamps with Foreign CancellationsHawaiian Stamps with Foreign Cancellations. Three, including No. 59 with "N.Z./Marine P.O./29 My 93" cds; No. 73 with Manaque Nicaragua cds; No. 77 tied on piece by large "N.Z. Maritime P.O./21 Oct. 97/R.M.S. Moana" fancy circle in magenta; the $1.00 has had a ms. cancel removed, others canceled solely by these markings, Fine, rare group

E. 200-250
425
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3521°
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Sale Number 769, Lot Number 3521, Foreign Destinations From HawaiiNew Zealand Stamps Used in Hawaii, New Zealand Stamps Used in HawaiiNew Zealand Stamps Used in Hawaii. Nearly complete front with three copies of New Zealand, 2-1/2p Blue (74) with each tied by "Honolulu H.I." dateless circle with ornaments, the post office apparently treating this as a loose ship letter - on the small portion that remains of the back there is a "Honolulu, H.I. Apr. 12, 1899" duplex and London receiving cds; scissor cut into first stamp at left, very unusual usage

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