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Sale 975 — United States Stamps

Sale Date — Tuesday-Thursday, 23-25 June, 2009

Category — Kans.-Nebr. Overprints on Cover (Scott 659-678)

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
2065
c
Sale Number 975, Lot Number 2065, Kans.-Nebr. Overprints on Cover (Scott 659-678) 1c, 2c Kans., 1-1/2c, 9c Nebr. Ovpts. (658, 660, 670, 678), 1c, 2c Kans., 1-1/2c, 9c Nebr. Ovpts. (658, 660, 670, 678)1c, 2c Kans., 1-1/2c, 9c Nebr. Ovpts. (658, 660, 670, 678). Single usages tied on Emeigh "KANSAS" and "NEBRASKA" cacheted covers tied by Washington D.C. May 1 1929 First Day slogan machine or grid duplex handstamp circular datestamps, Fine-Very Fine, very scarce lot

E. 1,000-1,500
450
2066
c
Sale Number 975, Lot Number 2066, Kans.-Nebr. Overprints on Cover (Scott 659-678) 1c-10c Kans. Overprints (658-659, 661-668), 1c-10c Kans. Overprints (658-659, 661-668)1c-10c Kans. Overprints (658-659, 661-668). Used with 2c Nebr. Ovpt. (671), all are tied by "Washington D.C. May 1, 1929" 10 PM" duplexes on First Day Roessler air mail cover to East Orange N.J., purple "Special Delivery No. __ Fee Claimed at East Orange, N.J." handstamp, receiving backstamps, fresh and Very Fine, colorful usage postmarked in Washington D.C. at the latest time of use on the official first day

E. 1,000-1,500
650
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2067
c
Sale Number 975, Lot Number 2067, Kans.-Nebr. Overprints on Cover (Scott 659-678) 1c Kans. Ovpt. (658), 1c Kans. Ovpt. (658)1c Kans. Ovpt. (658). Six Newton Kans. Pre-First Day covers, singles, strip, pairs and blocks of four, machine and handstamp cancels, four used on April 15, one April 18 and one April 20 1929, three used as Air Mail rates (one signed by Newton Postmaster and Asst. Postmaster of San Diego), Fine-Very Fine, scarce lot

E. 1,500-2,000
750
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2068
c
Sale Number 975, Lot Number 2068, Kans.-Nebr. Overprints on Cover (Scott 659-678) 2c Kans. Ovpt. (660), 2c Kans. Ovpt. (660)2c Kans. Ovpt. (660). On cover tied by Sabetha Kans. Apr 30 1929 wavy-line machine Pre-First Day circular datestamp, Very Fine, rare Pre-First Day with perhaps only two to three known from this town

E. 200-300
300
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2069
c
Sale Number 975, Lot Number 2069, Kans.-Nebr. Overprints on Cover (Scott 659-678) 5c Kans. Ovpt. (663), 5c Kans. Ovpt. (663)5c Kans. Ovpt. (663). On double cacheted Emeigh "KANSAS" and "NEBRASKA" cover, the 5c on the back ("KANSAS" side) tied by Washington D.C. May 1 1929 grid duplex First Day circular datestamp, the front ("NEBRASKA" side) bears a 3c Nebr. Ovpt. horizontal pair tied by second day New York N.Y. May 2 1929 oval grid duplex, Fine-Very Fine, scarce and most unusual

E. 500-750
200
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2070
c
Sale Number 975, Lot Number 2070, Kans.-Nebr. Overprints on Cover (Scott 659-678) 5c Kans., Nebr. Ovpt. (663, 674), 5c Kans., Nebr. Ovpt. (663, 674)5c Kans., Nebr. Ovpt. (663, 674). On Milton Mauch cacheted covers tied by Washington D.C. May 1 1929 First Day "Air Mail Saves Time" slogan machine circular datestamps, Fine-Very Fine

E. 200-300
120
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2071
c
Sale Number 975, Lot Number 2071, Kans.-Nebr. Overprints on Cover (Scott 659-678) 6c, 8c Kans. Ovpt. (664, 666), 6c, 8c Kans. Ovpt. (664, 666)6c, 8c Kans. Ovpt. (664, 666). April 15, 1929 Pre-First Day covers, 6c Air Mail rate to Kentucky, 8c used locally, both tied by wavy-line machine cancels, Very Fine, scarce

E. 500-750
950
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2072
c
Sale Number 975, Lot Number 2072, Kans.-Nebr. Overprints on Cover (Scott 659-678) 1c-10c Nebr. Overprints (669-679), 1c-10c Nebr. Overprints (669-679)1c-10c Nebr. Overprints (669-679). Complete set tied on two covers (1c-5c, 6c-10c) tied by Washington D.C. May 1 1929 First Day slogan or handstamp circular datestamps, latter minor ink spatter at bottom of cover, otherwise Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
500
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2073
c
Sale Number 975, Lot Number 2073, Kans.-Nebr. Overprints on Cover (Scott 659-678) 1c Nebr. Ovpt. (669), 1c Nebr. Ovpt. (669)1c Nebr. Ovpt. (669). Horizontal pair tied by Washington D.C. May 1 1929 grid duplex First Day circular datestamps on unlisted A.E. Gorham cacheted C.A.M. 19 cover, with additional franking, Nos. C10 plate no. single and 650 (on back), the 5c tied by Baltimore Md. May 6 grid duplex arrival cancel, Very Fine, undoubtedly rare

E. 200-300
110
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2074
c
Sale Number 975, Lot Number 2074, Kans.-Nebr. Overprints on Cover (Scott 659-678) 1-1/2c, 2c, 5c Nebr. Ovpt. (670-671, 674), 1-1/2c, 2c, 5c Nebr. Ovpt. (670-671, 674)1-1/2c, 2c, 5c Nebr. Ovpt. (670-671, 674). Five Pre-First Day covers, incl. 1-1/2c and 2c Hartington Nebr. Apr. 15, 1929, 5c Hastings Apr. 22, 1929, 2c pair Humbolt Apr. 23, 1929 and 2c single Fremont Apr. 24, 1929, last with Nebraska printed map cachet, couple used with additional non-Kans.-Nebr. frankings, Fine-Very Fine, scarce lot

E. 1,000-1,500
800
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