VERY FINE APPEARANCE. A RARE GUIDELINE PAIR OF THE 2-CENT LINCOLN WITH U.S. AUTOMATIC VENDING MACHINE TYPE III PERFORATIONS WITH EXPERIMENTAL GAUGE 12 PERFORATIONS.
With 1988 P.F. certificate.
EXTREMELY FINE GEM. A SUPERB PAIR OF SCOTT 388.
Scarce in such remarkably fresh condition. With 1968 and 2000 P.F. certificates
VERY FINE AND CHOICE. ONE OF THE FINEST EXAMPLES OF THE RARE 3-CENT ORANGEBURG COIL ON COVER. ONLY TWELVE ORANGEBURG COIL COVERS HAVE BEEN CERTIFIED AS GENUINE BY THE PHILATELIC FOUNDATION.
This May 4, 1911 date is early for the Orangeburg coil. The presence of the guideline is a rare and desirable feature, as no guideline pairs are known.
Signed by Bartels and Sloane. Ex Agris. With 1988 P.F. certificate.
VERY FINE. AN EXCEEDINGLY RARE USE OF THE COMPOUND-PERFORATION VARIETY. ONE OF ONLY THREE RECORDED COVERS.
Our updated census of No. 423A contains two postcards and one cover: 1) cover dated August 7, 1915, with pair, top stamp faulty; 2) postcard dated Dec. 23, 1914, ex Siskin, Zoellner; and 3) postcard dated Dec. 20, 1914, the card offered here, recently certified.
With 2002 P.S.E. certificate
EXTREMELY FINE APPEARANCE. A RARE CENTERED EXAMPLE OF THE 5-CENT WASHINGTON PERFORATED 12 X 10. THIS IS THE EARLIEST DOCUMENTED USE OF SCOTT 423C.
Our census of Scott 423C contains 24 unused examples. Of these, only two are sound and centered. The example offered here was originally used on a piece with one other example of this stamp. The other stamp from the piece was offered in our Twigg-Smith sale.
With 1999 P.F. certificate.
FINE APPEARANCE. A RARE EXAMPLE OF THIS COMPOUND-PERFORATION ISSUE.
Our census of Scott 423D contains 34 stamps. All genuine stamps are used incl. 29 with the Dayton precancel.
Ex Ewing. With 2001 P.S.E. certificate.
EXTREMELY FINE GEM. A BEAUTIFUL MINT NEVER-HINGED 3-CENT 1914 ISSUE PAIR IN THE FINEST ATTAINABLE CONDITION.
With 1997 P.F. certificate
EXTREMELY FINE GEM. EASILY ONE OF THE FINEST MINT NEVER-HINGED PAIRS OF SCOTT 446 IN EXISTENCE.
With 1995 P.F. certificate