VERY FINE APPEARING USED EXAMPLE OF THE 1851 ONE-CENT TYPE IB IMPERFORATE.
With 1984 P.F. certificate
VERY FINE AND CHOICE USED EXAMPLE OF THE 1851 ONE-CENT TYPE IA IMPERFORATE.
The extremely rare Type Ia, showing the full design at bottom, was furnished only by 18 of the 200 subjects on Plate 4 (the remaining two bottom-row positions were sub-type Ic).
With 1974 P.F. certificate
A MAGNIFICENT STRIP OF THREE CONTAINING AN EXTREMELY FINE APPEARING EXAMPLE OF THE RARE AND DESIRABLE POSITION 99R2 -- THE MOST PROMINENT EXAMPLE OF TYPE III -- SHOWING WIDE BREAKS AT TOP AND BOTTOM.
Type III is defined by breaks in the outer lines at both top and bottom. Many Type III stamps have breaks that were created or enlarged by plate wear. Since the wear occurred over a period of time, a majority of stamps of this type (both unused and used) have small breaks in at least one line. The most notable exception is Position 99R2. According to the Neinken book, "The 99R2 stamp is a fresh entry, that was short transferred both at top and bottom, over an original entry that had been erased... The reason that 99R2 is the finest example of Type III is because of its very short transfer at top and at bottom, giving us the wide breaks in these lines." (p. 184).
With 1980 P.F. certificate. Scott Retail as No. 7 pair and single No. 8 (99R2)
EXTREMELY FINE APPEARANCE. AN EXCEPTIONALLY CHOICE-APPEARING EXAMPLE OF THE RARE POSITION 99R2, WHICH SHOWS THE WIDEST BREAKS OF ANY TYPE III ON THE ONE-CENT PLATES.
With 2008 P.F. certificate
VERY FINE APPEARING ORIGINAL-GUM EXAMPLE OF THE 1851 IMPERFORATE 3-CENT ORANGE BROWN WITH RECUT INNER LINES.
With 1976 P.F. certificate for block of four and 2007 P.F. certificate as single No. 10 (prior to 2008 Scott reclassification)
EXTREMELY FINE GEM. A BEAUTIFUL LIGHTLY-CANCELLED LARGE-MARGINED EXAMPLE OF THE 5-CENT 1856 ISSUE.
With 2002 P.F. certificate
VERY FINE APPEARANCE. THE 10-CENT TYPE I 1855 ISSUE IS RARE IN UNUSED CONDITION, ESPECIALLY WITH ORIGINAL GUM.
With 1988 P.F. certificate "with part original gum and toned on the face", the toning has been subsequently been removed
EXTREMELY FINE. A STRIKING LARGE-MARGINED EXAMPLE OF THE 1855 10-CENT TYPE IV WITH DOUBLE RECUT.
Position 64L1 is the only Type IV (recut) position on the plate that is recut at both top and bottom.
With 1982 P.F. certificate
EXTREMELY FINE. A PARTICULARLY CHOICE USED EXAMPLE OF THE 1855 10-CENT TYPE IV.
With copy of 1985 P.F. certificate
VERY FINE ORIGINAL-GUM EXAMPLE OF THE 12-CENT 1851 ISSUE.
With 1976 P.F. certificate
VERY FINE APPEARANCE. A SCARCE ORIGINAL-UM MULTIPLE OF THE 12-CENT 1851 AND ONE OF THE FEW WITH PART OF THE SHEET MARGINS.
With 2007 P.F. certificate