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Sale 875 — United States and Confederate States Postal History

Sale Date — Tuesday, 27 April, 2004

Category — Inauguration Dates and Presidential Events

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
562
c
Sale Number 875, Lot Number 562, Inauguration Dates and Presidential Events1c Pan-American (294), 1c Pan-American (294)1c Pan-American (294). Tied by "Buffalo N.Y. Sep. 7 4-PM 1901" exposition cancel in unaddressed cacheted cover, Very Fine, cancelled the day after McKinley was shot and while he was trying to recover

E. 150-200
150
563
c
Sale Number 875, Lot Number 563, Inauguration Dates and Presidential Events1c Pan-American (294), 1c Pan-American (294)1c Pan-American (294). Rich colors, tied by "Buffalo N.Y. Sept. 14 8AM '01" exposition cancel on cover depicting McKinley, unaddressed, fresh and Very Fine, cancelled on the date of McKinley's death, McKinley was shot on September 6, 1901 but didn't succumb to his wounds until Sept. 14, Teddy Roosevelt was sworn in as President on the same day McKinley died

E. 750-1,000
1,000
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564
c
Sale Number 875, Lot Number 564, Inauguration Dates and Presidential EventsTheodore Roosevelt Inauguration, Theodore Roosevelt InaugurationTheodore Roosevelt Inauguration. 1c Green (300) tied by "Washington D.C. Mar. 4 8PM 1905" machine cancel on picture postcard depicting the Senate Chamber, to Utica N.Y., Very Fine

E. 300-400
300
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565
c
Sale Number 875, Lot Number 565, Inauguration Dates and Presidential EventsTheodore Roosevelt. Inauguration, Theodore Roosevelt. InaugurationTheodore Roosevelt. Inauguration. 1c Green (300) tied by "Washington D.C. Mar. 4 7:30PM 1905" machine cancel on campaign postcard depicting Roosevelt and Fairbanks with slogan "A Sure Thing", to Roxbury Mass., Boston machine cancel also ties stamp (Mar. 5), minor edgewear, Very Fine

E. 200-300
290
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566
c
Sale Number 875, Lot Number 566, Inauguration Dates and Presidential EventsTaft Inauguration, Taft InaugurationTaft Inauguration. 1c Green (300) tied by "Washington D.C. Mar. 4 12:30PM 1909" machine cancel on picture postcard depicting Prsident Taft and his family in a car, to Charlottesville Va., some slight toning, Very Fine

E. 500-750
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567
c
Sale Number 875, Lot Number 567, Inauguration Dates and Presidential EventsTaft Inauguration, Taft InaugurationTaft Inauguration. 1c Green, Bluish (357) tied by "Washington D.C. Mar. 4 7-PM 1909" machine cancel on picture postcard depicting President Taft and his family in a car, to New York City, some toning, Fine, scarce usage of the 1c Bluish on an inauguration postcard

E. 500-750
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568
c
Sale Number 875, Lot Number 568, Inauguration Dates and Presidential EventsWilson Inauguration, Wilson InaugurationWilson Inauguration. 1c Franklin (374) tied by "Washington D.C. Mar. 4 1:30AM 1913" machine cancel on picture postcard depicting the Carnegie Library in Washington D.C. to Binghamton N.Y., Very Fine usage from Wilson's first inauguration

E. 400-500
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569
c
Sale Number 875, Lot Number 569, Inauguration Dates and Presidential EventsWilson Inauguration, Wilson InaugurationWilson Inauguration. 1c Franklin (374) tied by "Washington D.C. Mar. 4 12:30PM 1913" machine cancel on picture postcard depicting Georgetown University to Williamsport Pa., Harrisburg R.P.O. cancel also ties stamp, contents comment on size of the crowds, Very Fine

E. 200-300
125
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570
c
Sale Number 875, Lot Number 570, Inauguration Dates and Presidential EventsWilson Inauguration, Wilson InaugurationWilson Inauguration. 1c Washington (462) tied by "Washington D.C. Mar. 5 10PM 1917" machine cancel on picture postcard depicting the White House to Bethlehem Pa., Very Fine, scarce inauguration postcard depicting the White House

E. 500-750
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571
c
Sale Number 875, Lot Number 571, Inauguration Dates and Presidential EventsHarding Inauguration, Harding InaugurationHarding Inauguration. Post card depicting the new Bureau of Engraving and Printing building with 1c Washington tied by "Washington D.C. Mar. 4 12-PM 1921" slogan cancel to Wardsboro Vt., contents incl. "got good glimpses of Mr. and Mrs. Harding today & also of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson.", Very Fine, rare inauguration

E. 200-300
290
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572
c
Sale Number 875, Lot Number 572, Inauguration Dates and Presidential EventsHarding Inauguration, Harding InaugurationHarding Inauguration. 1c Washington (462) tied by "Washington D.C. Mar. 4 12-PM 1921" slogan cancel on picture postcard depicting the Temple of Scottish Rite to Wardsboro Vt., contents incl. comments on weather and the crowds at inauguration, Very Fine, rare

E. 200-300
260
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573
c
Sale Number 875, Lot Number 573, Inauguration Dates and Presidential EventsCoolidge Inauguration, Coolidge InaugurationCoolidge Inauguration. 1c Franklin (552) tied by "Washington D.C. Mar. 4 5-PM 1925" slogan cancel on picture postcard depicting the U.S. Capitol to Fort Defiance Va., fresh and Fine, one of the scarcest inauguration postcards

E. 300-400
300
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574
c
Sale Number 875, Lot Number 574, Inauguration Dates and Presidential EventsHoover Inauguration, Hoover InaugurationHoover Inauguration. 1c Franklin (632) tied by "Washington D.C. Mar. 4 8:30PM 1929" machine cancel on picture postcard depicting Hoover and Curtis with Capitol in background to Scranton Pa., most of address crossed out, contents incl. "Hoover's address was great", Very Fine

E. 150-200
190
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575
c
Sale Number 875, Lot Number 575, Inauguration Dates and Presidential EventsFranklin D. Roosevelt, Franklin D. RooseveltFranklin D. Roosevelt. Autograph at top left of cover to Barllesville Oklahoma, 2c Saratoga (644) and 2c Red Cross (702) plate no. singles tied by "Washington D.C. Mar. 4 10:30AM 1933" duplexes, Very Fine

E. 150-200
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576
c
Franklin Roosevelt Inauguration and Death Covers. Nineteen cacheted covers from either inaugurations or death, inaugurations incl. first (6 incl. Ioor), second (3 incl. Sietz), third (3 incl. Adler hand-painted), fourth (Staehle, Heckman), five death incl. Texeira, Staehle, fresh and Very Fine group

E. 500-750
250
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577
c
Harry Truman Inauguration. Seven cacheted covers, incl. four first and three second, firsts incl. Adler handpainted, Linto, two Knapp incl. one signed and dated by Truman, second incl. Crosby, two others incl. one signed by Truman, Very Fine, choice group

E. 400-500
425
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578
c
Sale Number 875, Lot Number 578, Inauguration Dates and Presidential EventsAdmiral H. E. Kimmel and Capt. Mitsuo Fuchida, Admiral H. E. Kimmel and Capt. Mitsuo FuchidaAdmiral H. E. Kimmel and Capt. Mitsuo Fuchida. Autographs on cover from 25th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor, with 3c and 5c stamps tied by "Pearl City HI Dec. 7 1966" machine cancel, U.N. cachet at left, Fuchida signed in English and Japanese with "Luke 23:34", Very Fine, scarce historical item

E. 500-750
475
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