VERY FINE AND CHOICE. ONE OF THE FINEST EXAMPLES OF THE 10-CENT 1922 PERF 10 AT TOP OR BOTTOM VARIETY. ONLY SEVEN SINGLES AND TWO PAIRS ARE KNOWN TO US.
Of the examples contained in our records, only three singles and one pair are sound. The example offered here, with brilliant color and choice centering, is one of the finest in existence.
Ex Floyd. With 1960 and 2001 P.F. certificates.
VERY FINE. A RARE COVER WITH THE 2-CENT HARDING WITH TYPE III SCHERMACK PERFORATIONS. VERY FEW ARE KNOWN.
Accompanied by copy of letter from Mail-o-Meter Company dated Oct. 23, 1924, stating that "In response to your inquiry, please be advised that we did perforate a few two cent Harding stamps, the exact amount, however, I cannot say, as our records are not clear regarding the various issues which are perforated and reeled by the Schermack method."
With 2003 P.S.E. certificate
EXTREMELY FINE. POSSIBLY THE ONLY LARGE DIE ESSAY OF THE 2-CENT 1931 RED CROSS ISSUE IN PRIVATE HANDS.
The stamp was issued on May 21, 1931, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Red Cross. The cross was printed in red. It appears in outline in Black on this essay. Scott Catalogue does not list an essay for this stamp.
Ex Brazer (where it realized $1,600 hammer in our 1990 auction). With 1990 P.F. certificate.
EXTREMELY FINE. THIS LARGE DIE ESSAY OF THE 1952 RED CROSS ISSUE IS POSSIBLY THE ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND IN PRIVATE HANDS.
This essay is unlisted in either Scott or Brazer.
VERY FINE AND CHOICE. AN OUTSTANDING PLATE NUMBER BLOCK OF EIGHT OF THE 2-CENT JEFFERSON PRINTED ON SILKOTE PAPER.
With 2002 A.P.S. certificate. Listed but unpriced as a plate block. Scott Retail as singles