EXTREMELY FINE GEM. VERY RARELY SEEN CANCELLED BY THE INTEGRAL-RATE CIRCULAR DATESTAMP USED ON MAIL TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES.
EXTREMELY FINE AND CHOICE PAIR OF THE NEW YORK PROVISIONAL AND VERY SCARCE WITHOUT THE USUAL MANUSCRIPT CANCELLATION.
In addition to initialling each stamp, the New York post office typically used pen and blue ink to cancel the stamps. Examples with a red handstamped marking and no manuscript cancel are much scarcer and more desirable.
EXTREMELY FINE APPEARANCE. A RARE AND UNUSUAL PAIR OF THE NEW YORK PROVISIONAL WITH A PRE-PRINTING PAPER FOLD.
It is unusual for New York provisional covers not to have a New York circular datestamp.
Signed Klemann. Purchased at Nassau Stamp Co. and offered to the market for the first time since 1924.
VERY FINE. AN ATTRACTIVE TRANSATLANTIC USAGE OF THE NEW YORK POSTMASTER'S PROVISIONAL USED TO PAY THE INTERNAL U.S. SHORE-TO-SHIP RATE.
VERY FINE. AN EXTREMELY RARE USAGE OF A PAIR OF THE SMALL "A.C.M." INITIALS WITH PERIODS.
VERY FINE APPEARING PAIR OF THE 5-CENT NEW YORK PROVISIONAL ON BLUE PAPER. AN EXTREMELY RARE MULTIPLE OF 9X2.
The Wall-Farrington-Shearer records 11 pairs of Scott 9X2 on cover.