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Sale 776 — The K.L. Collection of Classic Rarities

Sale Date — Tuesday, 23 April, 1996

Category — New Brunswick

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
39°
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Sale Number 776, Lot Number 39, New BrunswickNEW BRUNSWICK, 1851, 3p Dull Red (1; SG 2), NEW BRUNSWICK, 1851, 3p Dull Red (1; SG 2)NEW BRUNSWICK, 1851, 3p Dull Red (1; SG 2). Horizontal pair, ample to large margins, deeply blued paper, faint crease between stamps, tied by "New-York Sep. 4" circular datestamp and also by "United States" in oval on 1856 cover from the United States to Sussex, New Brunswick, sent from The American Institute of the City of New York, straightline "Held for Postage" handstamp of New York City crossed out in pen, "10" rate, backstamped "New-York Sep. 5", St. Johns transit and Sussex receiving datestamp

A VERY FINE AND UNIQUE COVER, SHOWING USE OF NEW BRUNSWICK STAMPS ON MAIL FROM THE UNITED STATES.

The sender apparently misunderstood postal regulations and presumed that New Brunswick stamps would be accepted by the U.S. post office.

Ex Dale-Lichtenstein. With 1993 B.P.A. certificate

E. 30,000-40,000
27,000
40°
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Sale Number 776, Lot Number 40, New BrunswickNEW BRUNSWICK, 1851, 3p Bright Red (1; SG 1), NEW BRUNSWICK, 1851, 3p Bright Red (1; SG 1)NEW BRUNSWICK, 1851, 3p Bright Red (1; SG 1). Two, each is superb with full even margins, vivid color and fine impression, tied by oval grids on folded cover to Frederickton, backstamped "W.O. Stanley N.B. Jun. 10, 1852" red circle (date in ms.) and "Frederickton N.B. Ju 13 1852" receiving datestamp, Extremely Fine Heraldic cover, ex Argenti

E. 1,000-1,500
1,600
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41°
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Sale Number 776, Lot Number 41, New BrunswickNEW BRUNSWICK, 1851, 3p Dull Red, Half Used as 1-1/2p (1b; SG 2a), NEW BRUNSWICK, 1851, 3p Dull Red, Half Used as 1-1/2p (1b; SG 2a)NEW BRUNSWICK, 1851, 3p Dull Red, Half Used as 1-1/2p (1b; SG 2a). Lower half with margins touching, used with 1852, 6p Yellow (2; SG 3), clear to ample margins , tied together and across cut by "1" oval grids on mourning cover to Ware, England, dark red "St. John N.B. Paid Ju 1 1855" circular datestamp, red Liverpool Paid tombstone datestamp, faint red British transit datestamp, Ware receiving backstamp, pressed vertical fold clear of stamps, Very Fine and colorful franking, ex Argenti, with 1952 R.P.S. certificate, Scott Retail $3,500.00, Stanley Gibbons £2,750

E. 4,000-5,000
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42°
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Sale Number 776, Lot Number 42, New BrunswickNEW BRUNSWICK, 1851, 6p Yellow, Half Used as 3p (2b; SG 4a), NEW BRUNSWICK, 1851, 6p Yellow, Half Used as 3p (2b; SG 4a)NEW BRUNSWICK, 1851, 6p Yellow, Half Used as 3p (2b; SG 4a). Left half with large margins, tied across cut by "1" oval grid on June 1860 folded cover to Moncton, backstamped St. John, light fold clear of stamp, Extremely Fine and choice bisected usage, Scott Retail $3,000.00, Stanley Gibbons £3,000

E. 4,000-5,000
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Sale Number 776, Lot Number 43, New BrunswickNEW BRUNSWICK, 1851, 6p Yellow, Half Used as 3p (2b; SG 4a), NEW BRUNSWICK, 1851, 6p Yellow, Half Used as 3p (2b; SG 4a)NEW BRUNSWICK, 1851, 6p Yellow, Half Used as 3p (2b; SG 4a). Top half with full margins, tied across cut by "24" oval grid on December 1859 cover to Amherst, Nova Scotia, backstamped "Sackville N.B. De 13 1859", sealed flap tear, still Extremely Fine, Scott Retail $3,000.00, Stanley Gibbons £3,000

E. 4,000-5,000
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