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Sale 824 — 2000 Rarities of the World

Sale Date — Saturday, 13 May, 2000

Category — Locals (F thru T)

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
402
 
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 402, Locals (F thru T)Floyd's Penny Post, Chicago Ill., (1c) Blue (68L1), Floyd's Penny Post, Chicago Ill., (1c) Blue (68L1)Floyd's Penny Post, Chicago Ill., (1c) Blue (68L1). Horizontal strip of three, large margins to ample at top, clear strikes of "Floyd's Penny Post" circular sunburst handstamp, the soft paper has two tiny thin speck and a small tear at lower left, still Extremely Fine, the second largest multiple of any Floyd's stamp

E. 750-1,000
1,250
403
 
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 403, Locals (F thru T)Floyd's Penny Post, Chicago Ill., (1c) Brown (68L2), Floyd's Penny Post, Chicago Ill., (1c) Brown (68L2)Floyd's Penny Post, Chicago Ill., (1c) Brown (68L2). Huge margins all around, rich color, neatly cancelled by Floyd's circular sunburst handstamp, Extremely Fine Gem, very scarce

E. 1,000-1,500
1,800
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404
og
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 404, Locals (F thru T)Floyd's Penny Post, Chicago Ill., (1c) Green (68L3), Floyd's Penny Post, Chicago Ill., (1c) Green (68L3)Floyd's Penny Post, Chicago Ill., (1c) Green (68L3). Original gum, ample even margins all around, bright and fresh, tiny pinhole

VERY FINE APPEARANCE. ONLY TEN EXAMPLES OF FLOYD'S GREEN STAMP ARE KNOWN TO US, AND OF THESE ONLY TWO HAVE ORIGINAL GUM.

John R. Floyd advertised the start of his Penny Post in July 1860. In June 1861, after the outbreak of the Civil War, Floyd sold the firm to Charles W. Mappa, but continued to assist in managing the post for several months before leaving for war in January 1862. Mappa in turn sold out to Kimball & Waterman in May 1862, and the post continued at least until November 1862 and then closed.

The Brown and Blue stamps were the first issued, and the Blue continued to be issued from 1860 through 1862. The Green stamps are known used only in October and November 1862, thus they appear to be the last printing, probably by Kimball & Waterman before the post was closed. The Blue is the most common, and the Brown is extremely scarce. The Green is by far the rarest, with only two recorded covers, five or six used stamps off cover, and three unused stamps (two with original gum) known to us. (Sources: Abt's American Philatelist series on Chicago local posts and Stimmell's article in The Penny Post, Jan. 1997).

Listed but unpriced in Scott.

E. 2,000-3,000
2,000
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405
 
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 405, Locals (F thru T)Floyd's Penny Post, Chicago Ill., (1c) Green (68L3), Floyd's Penny Post, Chicago Ill., (1c) Green (68L3)Floyd's Penny Post, Chicago Ill., (1c) Green (68L3). Large margins all around, rich color, neatly cancelled by "Floyd's Penny Post Chicago" circular handstamp, tiny scrape at bottom mostly beneath cancel, still Extremely Fine, one of the choicest of the five or six cancelled examples known off cover

1,000
2,100
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406
 
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 406, Locals (F thru T)Frazer & Co., Cincinnati O., 2c Black on Pink (69L2), Frazer & Co., Cincinnati O., 2c Black on Pink (69L2)Frazer & Co., Cincinnati O., 2c Black on Pink (69L2). Ample to huge margins, neat ms. cancel, Very Fine, extremely rare, especially in sound condition, probably no more than ten 69L2 stamps exist on or off cover

E. 1,000-1,500
3,000
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407
 
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 407, Locals (F thru T)Frazer & Co., Cincinnati O., 2c Black on Green (69L3), Frazer & Co., Cincinnati O., 2c Black on Green (69L3)Frazer & Co., Cincinnati O., 2c Black on Green (69L3). Small even margins all around, faint ms. cancel, rim of red circular datestamp at top, slight thins, Very Fine appearance, extremely rare

E. 750-1,000
2,400
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408
 
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 408, Locals (F thru T)Freeman & Co.'s Express, (unstated value) Blue, "To be dropped in New-York Post-Office" (164L1), Freeman & Co.'s Express, (unstated value) Blue, "To be dropped in New-York Post-Office" (164L1)Freeman & Co.'s Express, (unstated value) Blue, "To be dropped in New-York Post-Office" (164L1). Margins clear to slightly in, faint toning, minor faults

ONE OF THREE OR FOUR KNOWN EXAMPLES OF THE FREEMAN & CO. EXPRESS STAMP. A MAJOR RARITY OF THE TRANSCONTINENTAL EXPRESSES.

John H. Freeman was a prominent California expressman. In 1851 he sold his business to Adams & Co. and became their agent in Sacramento and Panama. Soon after the collapse of Adams in 1855, Freeman established Freeman & Co.'s Express, and his business grew until November 1859, when he stopped service after selling out to Wells, Fargo & Co.

The Freeman & Co. "To be dropped in New-York Post-Office" Blue stamp is identical -- except for the company name -- to Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Black stamp, listed as Scott 143LP1. It is likely that Freeman & Co. started the service not long before selling out in 1859. Freeman would carry letters outside the mails from California to New York and deposit them (with or without U.S. postage) into the post office. Wells, Fargo & Co. adapted the same stamp design in 1860. The "Dropped" stamps of Freeman or Wells Fargo are extremely rare, and it seems that they were not used extensively. Of the Freeman & Co. stamp, there are two confirmed off-cover examples (and a possible third) and one genuine cover.

Ex Perry and illustrated in his Pat Paragraphs series.

E. 2,000-3,000
3,000
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409
c
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 409, Locals (F thru T)Grafflin's Baltimore Despatch, Baltimore Md., 1c Black (73L1), Grafflin's Baltimore Despatch, Baltimore Md., 1c Black (73L1)Grafflin's Baltimore Despatch, Baltimore Md., 1c Black (73L1). Ample margins to just touching, used with 3c Dull Red (11), large margins to touching, both stamps tied by blue "Baltimore Md. May 27, 1857" circular datestamp on cover to New York City, 3c stamp has trivial corner crease and toned spot

VERY FINE. A SUPERB TIED EXAMPLE OF THE GRAFFLIN'S DESPATCH STAMP IN COMBINATION WITH THE 1851 ISSUE. ONE OF THE FINEST OF THE FEW TIED COMBINATIONS KNOWN.

Ex Waterhouse and Hollowbush. Scott value $4,000.00.

E. 2,000-3,000
2,500
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410
og
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 410, Locals (F thru T)Humboldt Express (Langton's), Nevada, 25c Brown (86L1), Humboldt Express (Langton's), Nevada, 25c Brown (86L1)Humboldt Express (Langton's), Nevada, 25c Brown (86L1). Original gum, large margins to ample at bottom, beautiful rich color and fine impression, showing every detail of this remarkable design with perfect clarity, fresh and Extremely Fine, very few examples of this Western Express stamp exist with original gum, with 1999 P.F. certificate

E. 2,000-3,000
2,000
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411
 
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 411, Locals (F thru T)Humboldt Express (Langton's), Nevada, 25c Brown (86L1), Humboldt Express (Langton's), Nevada, 25c Brown (86L1)Humboldt Express (Langton's), Nevada, 25c Brown (86L1). Large to enormous margins, beautiful color and impression, cancelled by red "Paid" straightline and Langton's Carson City oval, red is a very unusual and rare colored cancel on this stamp, negligible thin spot, Extremely Fine appearance

E. 750-1,000
1,000
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412
og
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 412, Locals (F thru T)Jefferson Market P.O., New York N.Y., (2c) Black on Pink Glazed (88L1), Jefferson Market P.O., New York N.Y., (2c) Black on Pink Glazed (88L1)Jefferson Market P.O., New York N.Y., (2c) Black on Pink Glazed (88L1). Unused (no gum), three full to large margins, slightly in at top, creased and usual cracks in surface

FINE APPEARANCE. ONLY FOUR EXAMPLES OF THE JEFFERSON MARKET STAMP ON PINK PAPER ARE RECORDED. AN OUTSTANDING NEW YORK CITY LOCAL ISSUE.

The Jefferson Market P.O. was not officially connected to the New York Post Office, but used the "Post Office" designation in its name, much like Swarts and other contemporaries. The post is believed to have been operated by Godfrey Schmidt, who was listed in the 1850-51 city directory as Godfrey Smith at 6 Greenwich Avenue (source: Elliott Perry). In addition to the stamps issued by the Jefferson Market P.O., a stampless cover was reported by Thomas C. Mazza in The Penny Post (Jan. 1995). The stampless folded letter is addressed to Sing Sing N.Y. and bears a clear strike of a large Eagle-type frame containing "Jefferson Market Post Office/BY G. SCHMIDT & CO." in two lines. It also has a red New York Jun. 30 datestamp, and the letter is year-dated 1850. One of the recorded 88L2 covers is clearly dated Apr. 15, 1851, which establishes at least a ten-month existence for the post, corresponding to the city directory listing for Godfrey Schmidt.

Our records contain four examples of 88L1 (Pink paper), all uncancelled off cover, and four of 88L2 (Blue paper), used on separate covers. We list all of the 88L1's here: 1) unused, surface cracks, ex Caspary, Boker, Lilly, Golden (realized $7,500 hammer); 2) unused, surface cracks, ex Abt, Golden (realized $3,750 hammer); 3) unused, surface cracks, ex Caspary (on cover, did not originate), Middendorf (on piece); and 4) unused, creases, surface cracks, the stamp offered here.

Signed Sloane.

E. 1,500-2,000
2,100
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413
og
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 413, Locals (F thru T)Jenkins' Camden Dispatch, Camden N.J., (1c) Black on Yellow, Typographed from Woodcut, Coarse Impression (89L2), Jenkins' Camden Dispatch, Camden N.J., (1c) Black on Yellow, Typographed from Woodcut, Coarse Impression (89L2)Jenkins' Camden Dispatch, Camden N.J., (1c) Black on Yellow, Typographed from Woodcut, Coarse Impression (89L2). Halstead Type 2, part original gum, full to large margins, excellent impression on fresh paper, small thin spots

VERY FINE APPEARANCE. ONE OF SIX RECORDED EXAMPLES OF THE JENKIN'S CAMDEN DISPATCH STAMP ON YELLOW PAPER.

The typographed Jenkins' Camden Dispatch stamps and envelopes were produced from the 1853 Scattergood & Telfer woodcut engraving. Our records and information kindly provided by John P. Halstead contain the following examples of 89L2: 1) tied by wavy pen line on cover to A. Browning, Camden, ex Caspary, Middendorf, Golden; 2) tied by blue wavy pen line on part cover (half) to Hudson Sheeve, dated Jan. 1, 1854, ex Caspary; 3) ms. cancel, affixed to a cover to Cuba, but did not originate, Sloane files; 4) off-cover stamp, pen cancel, Johnstone files (Penny Post, Jan. 1991); 5) off-cover stamp, numeral "2" cancel, Springer collection; and 6) the stamp offered here.

E. 1,500-2,000
2,600
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414
c
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 414, Locals (F thru T)Kidder's City Express Post, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pale Blue Glazed (93L1), Kidder's City Express Post, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pale Blue Glazed (93L1)Kidder's City Express Post, Brooklyn N.Y., 2c Black on Pale Blue Glazed (93L1). Initialled "IS" (Isaac Snedeker), full margins except for tiny nick at right, slight crease, cancelled by pencil "pd" (impression ties thru paper) on blue folded cover to Brooklyn street address, red "Kidder's Brooklyn City Express Post" oval datestamp and matching "Free", light toning along file fold, small tear at top, otherwise Fine, very rare, ex Middendorf

3,500
750
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415
 
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 415, Locals (F thru T)Moody's Penny Dispatch, Chicago Ill., (1c) Black on Red Glazed (110L1), Moody's Penny Dispatch, Chicago Ill., (1c) Black on Red Glazed (110L1)Moody's Penny Dispatch, Chicago Ill., (1c) Black on Red Glazed (110L1). Type Ib with colon after "Despatch", Position 5 in our plating analysis (see Chronicle 164), ample to large margins, bright color, blue "Moody's Despatch Oct. 21 6 P.M." and black Chicago circular datestamps, negligible corner crease, still Extremely Fine, only 18 examples of Moody's Penny Dispatch stamp (in all varieties) are recorded, ex Burrus

1,250
1,600
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416
c
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 416, Locals (F thru T)New York City Express Post, New York N.Y., 2c Black on Green Glazed (111L1), New York City Express Post, New York N.Y., 2c Black on Green Glazed (111L1)New York City Express Post, New York N.Y., 2c Black on Green Glazed (111L1). Cut to shape, tied by red "5" rate handstamp with matching "Hudson Riv. Mail N.Y. Jul. 26" route agent's circular datestamp on 1847 folded letter to Great Barrington Mass., ms. "Paid" crossed out, file folds, one of which creases stamp, scuffed area in stamp has been neatly colored in

VERY FINE APPEARANCE. A VERY RARE TIED EXAMPLE OF THE NEW YORK CITY EXPRESS POST GREEN STAMP. THE ONLY NEW YORK CITY EXPRESS POST COVER WITH A HUDSON RIVER ROUTE AGENT'S MARKING.

The great similarity between this issue and the Boyd's Eagle series can mislead collectors into thinking that 111L1 is common. The New York City Express Post stamp is far rarer, with about fifteen covers known in total, for both the Black on Green and Orange on White stamps. All are to-the-mails usages, and about half are tied.

Signed Elliott Perry.

E. 1,000-1,500
1,900
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417
 
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 417, Locals (F thru T)Pips Daily Mail, Brooklyn N.Y., 1c Black on Buff (116L2), Pips Daily Mail, Brooklyn N.Y., 1c Black on Buff (116L2)Pips Daily Mail, Brooklyn N.Y., 1c Black on Buff (116L2). Ample margins to just touching, tied on piece by part of "New-York" double-circle datestamp, very minor toning

VERY FINE. THE ONLY RECORDED EXAMPLE OF ANY PIPS DAILY MAIL STAMP WITH A CANCELLATION. AN OUTSTANDING LOCAL-POST RARITY.

Very little is known about Pips Daily Mail, but the stamp itself identifies George Abrahams, Stationer, as the proprietor at 86 Hamilton Avenue in South Brooklyn. The stamps come on five varieties of paper, and, although not rare unused, the cancelled example offered here is the only Pips Daily Mail stamp known used. The double-circle datestamp is typical of the style used in New York City in 1862 and 1863, when the post is reported to have operated.

Ex Mason, Ackerman and Perry. Illustrated in Patton book (p. 289).

E. 1,500-2,000
2,000
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418
 
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 418, Locals (F thru T)Price's City Express, New York N.Y., 2c Black on Green Glazed (119L3), Price's City Express, New York N.Y., 2c Black on Green Glazed (119L3)Price's City Express, New York N.Y., 2c Black on Green Glazed (119L3). Cut octagonally with frameline touched at places, bright color, tied on piece by red "Price's City Letter Exp. 3 Everett House, Paid" oval handstamp, Very Fine, this stamp is common in unused form, but used examples are extremely rare. Two different Price's are listed in the city directories of the period, but the proprietor of Price's City Express is still not known. The oval handstamp used by this post gives the address as 3 Everett House, which was located in Union Square; James E. St. John Price and Philo Price lived more than two miles away from Union Square. Dated covers exist from 1858; undated covers appear to be earlier usages. (Source: Elliott Perry, Pat Paragraphs reprint, pp. 452-453 and Patton book, p. 236).

E. 750-1,000
375
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419
c
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 419, Locals (F thru T)Price's City Express, New York N.Y., 2c Black on Green Glazed (119L3), Price's City Express, New York N.Y., 2c Black on Green Glazed (119L3)Price's City Express, New York N.Y., 2c Black on Green Glazed (119L3). Ample margins to just touching frameline, bright color, light pencil cancel (slight impression thru paper and gum toning seems to tie stamp), used on Nov. 29, 1858 folded printed notice to Dr. Benjamin Drake at 151 East Broadway, red "Price's City Letter Exp. 3 Everett House, Paid" oval handstamp, Very Fine, notation on back by Richard Schwartz indicates that Elliott Perry believed this cover could be genuine -- Dr. Drake received notices from the New York Academy of Medicine, and they are known stamped and unstamped (but usually sent by local post) -- offered on its own merits

E. 750-1,000
950
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420
c
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 420, Locals (F thru T)Priest's Despatch, Philadelphia Pa., (2c) Black on Yellow Wove (121L6), Priest's Despatch, Philadelphia Pa., (2c) Black on Yellow Wove (121L6)Priest's Despatch, Philadelphia Pa., (2c) Black on Yellow Wove (121L6). Full margins to very slightly in, uncancelled, used on small embossed Valentine cover to Miss Sally Wheeler at local street address, envelope with scalloped flap and hand-painted bird design on flap (mended opening tear in flap)

VERY FINE. ONLY SIX PRIEST'S 121L6 COVERS ARE RECORDED IN ROTH CENSUS.

The Roth census (Penny Post, January 1994) lists six 121L6 covers, including four in combination with the 3c 1851.

E. 3,000-4,000
2,700
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421
 
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 421, Locals (F thru T)Robison & Co., Brooklyn N.Y., 1c Black on Blue (128L1), Robison & Co., Brooklyn N.Y., 1c Black on Blue (128L1)Robison & Co., Brooklyn N.Y., 1c Black on Blue (128L1). Ample to large margins, some faint soiling, but no evidence of cancellation

VERY FINE. ONE OF OF THE FINEST OF THE SEVEN REPORTED OFF-COVER EXAMPLES OF ROBISON & CO.'S LOCAL-POST STAMP.

Robison & Co. was a relatively small local post in Brooklyn, New York. Elliott Perry located three Robisons in the city directory listings who were in the express business: Cornelius D. Robison at 140 Chambers, 1857-58; Francis Robison at 707 Greenwich, 1857-58; and William Robison at 64 Cedar, 1852-53. It is not known which, if any, of these men was the proprietor.

The most famous example of the Robison & Co. local-post stamp is the one tied on cover to Jas. H. Watson, 231 Henry Street in Brooklyn. The cover was discovered circa 1895 by F. E. Kneeland Jr., a Brooklyn teen-aged boy who found it while searching through a relative's papers. It passed to Ferrary, then to Caspary, and was later to become one of the cornerstones of the Boker collection. Other examples of Robison & Co.'s stamp must have been discovered in the 1860's, because catalogues published in 1864 and 1865 contain listings for a Robison & Co. post.

Our records contain eight examples of 128L1, including seven off cover and the one on cover. Five of the off-cover stamps are known to have small faults. The stamp offered here and possibly one other (shown in Sloane's records) are the two finest of the group.

Ex Lilly and Perry.

E. 5,000-7,500
4,000
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422
c
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 422, Locals (F thru T)St. Louis City Delivery Co., St. Louis Mo., (1c) Red, Perf 12 (131L1), St. Louis City Delivery Co., St. Louis Mo., (1c) Red, Perf 12 (131L1)St. Louis City Delivery Co., St. Louis Mo., (1c) Red, Perf 12 (131L1). Tied by grid with "St. Louis City Delivery, 506 Olive St. Jan. 24, 1883" sawtooth double-circle datestamp on wrapper to local street address, Very Fine, the St. Louis City Delivery stamp is extremely rare used on cover -- an example was absent from the Middendorf and Golden collections -- accompanied by a one-page letter from Warren P. Edgarton, Inspector for the U.S. Post Office Department, to John K. Tiffany, dated May 10, 1883, describing the illegal post and its suppression by the U.S. attorney -- ex Malcolm, signed Sloane

E. 1,000-1,500
2,500
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423
c
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 423, Locals (F thru T)Swarts' City Dispatch Post, New York N.Y., 1c Red on Bluish, "For the U.S. Mail" (136L16), Swarts' City Dispatch Post, New York N.Y., 1c Red on Bluish, "For the U.S. Mail" (136L16)Swarts' City Dispatch Post, New York N.Y., 1c Red on Bluish, "For the U.S. Mail" (136L16). Ample to large margins, small tear at left (virtually undetectable), tied by hollow star cancel on brown cover to local street address, red "Post Office, Swarts, Chatham Square" oval and "Paid" straightline, cover creased, otherwise Very Fine, extremely rare tied example -- also an unusual usage of the "For the Mails" stamp on a local letter -- ex Caspary, with 2000 P.F. certificate

E. 1,000-1,500
850
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424
c
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 424, Locals (F thru T)Swarts' City Dispatch Post, New York N.Y., 1c Red, "For the U.S. Mail" (136L15), Swarts' City Dispatch Post, New York N.Y., 1c Red, "For the U.S. Mail" (136L15)Swarts' City Dispatch Post, New York N.Y., 1c Red, "For the U.S. Mail" (136L15). Large top margin, others ample to touching, tied by sunburst cancel, used with 3c Brownish Carmine (11), ample margin to touching, both stamps tied by "New York May 7" (with three slugs) circular datestamp on brown cover to Deckertown N.J., one side flap missing, Very Fine and rare combination

3,500
1,900
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425
og
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 425, Locals (F thru T)Third Avenue Post Office, New York N.Y., 2c Black on Yellow (139L3), Third Avenue Post Office, New York N.Y., 2c Black on Yellow (139L3)Third Avenue Post Office, New York N.Y., 2c Black on Yellow (139L3). Cut to oval shape as always, original gum, clear impression on brightly colored paper

VERY FINE. THE FINER OF THE TWO KNOWN EXAMPLES OF THE YELLOW THIRD AVENUE POST STAMP WITH ORIGINAL GUM.

Ex Perry. The other original-gum stamp (with a thin spot) realized $2,000 hammer in the November 1999 Golden sale.

E. 2,000-3,000
2,000
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426
c
Sale Number 824, Lot Number 426, Locals (F thru T)Third Avenue Post Office, New York N.Y., 2c Black on Yellow (139L3), Third Avenue Post Office, New York N.Y., 2c Black on Yellow (139L3)Third Avenue Post Office, New York N.Y., 2c Black on Yellow (139L3). Cut to oval shape as always, frameline complete all around, beautiful clear impression, uncancelled, used with 3c Dull Red (11), large margins to touching, tied by "New-York Oct. 5" (ca. 1856) circular datestamp on buff cover to South Cairo N.Y.

EXTREMELY FINE STAMP AND COVER. ONLY FOUR YELLOW THIRD AVENUE POST COVERS ARE KNOWN TO US.

The origin of the Third Avenue Post Office was reported in 1872 by W. Dudley Atlee in Vol. X of the Stamp Collectors Magazine, and Atlee's account was quoted in Charles H. Coster's article in the August 1874 American Journal of Philately. It reads, in part: "According to Mrs. S. Allan Taylor, this post was established in 1855 or 1856, by one S. Rothenheim, carrier for Boyd's post. The stamps he made himself, with a handstamp of either brass or metal. He afterwards gummed and trimmed them carefully, and put them up in pill boxes for sale, on the principle that they got lost and destroyed better that way, and more were the sooner asked for. Street letter boxes being generally kept at groceries, the usual place for the stamps was the till or cash drawer, where they got greatly tossed about, and being separate, small and gummed, they were easily destroyed..." Dated covers corroborate the existence of the post in 1855 and 1856. Elliott Perry located four city directory listings for S. Rothenheim (Simon and Simeon), including a letter carrier named Simeon residing at 121 W. 28th Street in 1855, but none in proximity to Third Avenue.

A more detailed summary of this information and an illustration of the cover offered here will be found in the Patton book (p. 241). Ex Perry.

E. 3,000-4,000
3,250
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