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Sale 1016 — Confederate States, U.S. Postal History, General Foreign

Sale Date — Tuesday-Thursday, 15-17 November, 2011

Category — U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
1336
c
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1336, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa"Kailua Isl. of Hawaii Oct. 2nd 1836", "Kailua Isl. of Hawaii Oct. 2nd 1836""Kailua Isl. of Hawaii Oct. 2nd 1836". Dateline on lengthy 3-1/2 page letter from the Andrews correspondence to Pittsford, N.Y., wonderful descriptive contents regarding the native Hawaiians, their dress, food, geographical comments and much more, light red New Bedford Ms. Apr (?)8 (1837) circular datestamp, faint matching straightline "Ship", ms. "27" rate (25c postage and 2c ship fee), carried by whaling ship to New Bedford, some internal splitting no doubt exacerbated by many readings, Fine appearance, wonderful early Hawaiian letter

E. 750-1,000
475
1337
c
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1337, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru SamoaHawaii to Mass, Hawaii to MassHawaii to Mass. Three orange-buff covers, two with red "Honolulu Hawaiian-Islands Nov. 23" circular datestamp (used on same day) and "San Francisco Cal. Dec. 5, 1861" double-circle datestamp, one with "Ship" handstamp and "12" rate to Fair Haven Mass., other with "Ship" handstamp and blue crayon "22" double rate (2 x 10c plus 2c ship fee) to New Bedford Mass., third with "San Francisco Cal. Nov. 28, 1861" double-circle datestamp and "Ship" and "12" handstamps to same New Bedford addressee, but lacking any origination marking, fresh and Very Fine, fascinating group

E. 750-1,000
500
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1338
c
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1338, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa12c Black (69), 12c Black (69)12c Black (69). Choice centering, red "Honolulu U.S. Postage Paid Feb. 17" (1863) circular datestamp on cover to Miss Nellie Fairbrother in New Bedford Mass., stamp uncancelled at Honolulu, tied by cogwheel cancel, red "San Francisco Cal. Paid Mar. 6, 1863" circular datestamp, Apr. 3 receiving backstamp, slightly reduced at left, some edgewear incl. small tear at top, still Very Fine, carried on the Yankee, which departed Honolulu Feb. 17 and arrived in San Francisco Mar. 5, unusual with this style of San Francisco marking, with 1981 P.F. certificate

E. 300-400
350
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1339
c
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1339, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa5c Brown (76), 5c Brown (76)5c Brown (76). Bright color, red "Honolulu U.S. Postage Paid May 19" (1866) circular datestamp on blue cover to H. M. R. Fitzsimmons in Reading Mich., stamp uncancelled at Honolulu, tied by cogwheel cancel, "San Francisco Cal. Jun. 11" circular datestamp, carried on the bark Cambridge, which departed Honolulu May 19 and arrived in San Francisco June 10, missing part of top flap, otherwise Very Fine, ex Knapp

E. 300-400
275
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1340°
c
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1340, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1853, 5c Blue, Thick White Wove (5), 1853, 5c Blue, Thick White Wove (5)1853, 5c Blue, Thick White Wove (5). Large even margins all around, tied by "San Francisco Cal. 5 Jan." (1856) circular datestamp on United States 1855 10c Pale Green on Buff Nesbitt entire (U18a) to Samuel W. Rodman, New Bedford Mass., receipt docketing at left "D. C. Waterman 11 Dec/55" indicating that the letter was written by D. C. Waterman on Dec. 11, 1855 (a significant point, as discussed below), light horizontal fold away from stamps, two tiny toned spots on stamp and small piece out of side flap on reverse

VERY FINE. THE ONLY RECORDED EXAMPLE OF A HAWAIIAN STAMP USED ON A UNITED STATES 10-CENT NESBITT ENTIRE.

This cover was carried on the brig Agate, which departed Honolulu on Dec. 10, 1855, and arrived in San Francisco on Dec. 27. It was postmarked in San Francisco on Jan. 5 (1857) when the mail was bagged for Panama. The receipt docketing identifies the letter writer as D. C. Waterman, head of a prominent Honolulu shipping and commercial firm, and gives the letter date as Dec. 11, 1855. This is one day after the Agate is reported cleared from Honolulu in published sailing records. This date sequence and the absence of a Honolulu postmark suggest two possibilities. The first is that Waterman handed his letter to someone boarding the ship and asked them to mail it in San Francisco (if this occurred, then the sailing date was actually Dec. 11). The other possibility is that the letter was posted on board the Agate and given to the ship purser to add to the mail. In either case, the 5c Hawaiian stamp was affixed but not cancelled in Honolulu. After arrival in San Francisco, the cover was sent to Panama on the Golden Gate, which departed on Jan. 5.

The U.S. over-3,000 miles prepaid rate was raised from 6c to 10c, beginning on April 1, 1855 (and prepayment was made compulsory for letters posted in the U.S.). The Hawaiian stamp was intended to pay the rate for internal Hawaiian postage. Normally this letter would have been charged 2c for the ship captain's fee plus the 10c for U.S. postage, but there is no indication of how the ship fee was paid.

Fred Gregory records a total of 40 examples of Scott No. 5 on cover. Only one is known used solely with a 10c stamp (Siegel 1999 Rarities sale, lot 60). This use on a 10c Nesbitt entire is the only recorded Hawaiian Kamehameha Issue mixed franking with a U.S. embossed envelope stamp.

Gregory Census No. 5-16. Ex Seybold, Barkhausen and Krug. With 1964 and 2011 P.F. certificates

E. 5,000-7,500
8,500
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1341
 
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1341, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1853, 13c Dark Red, Thick White Wove (6), 1853, 13c Dark Red, Thick White Wove (6)1853, 13c Dark Red, Thick White Wove (6). Unused and used, first no gum and margins to just in, second similar margins and face-free red circular datestamp, both with flaws, appear Fine

2,350
275
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1342
c
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1342, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1861, 5c Blue, Thin Bluish Wove (9), 1861, 5c Blue, Thin Bluish Wove (9)1861, 5c Blue, Thin Bluish Wove (9). Two, one has large margins all around, other clear to large, tied by square grid cancels, "Honolulu Hawaiian-Islands Feb. 27" circular datestamp on cover to Reading Mich., "San Francisco Cal. Mar. 21, 1864" double-circle datestamp and "SHIP 12" straightline due handstamp, minor sealed opening tears in flap barely visible along top

VERY FINE. AN EXTREMELY RARE DOUBLE-RATE FRANKING WITH THE 1861 5-CENT KAMEHAMEHA III THIRD PRINTING.

This was evidently treated as a double-rate letter at Honolulu and charged the double 6c unpaid rate at San Francisco.

Signed Bloch and with 1970 Friedl certificate

E. 2,000-3,000
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1343
 
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1343, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1859, 2c Light Blue, Bluish White (13), 1859, 2c Light Blue, Bluish White (13)1859, 2c Light Blue, Bluish White (13). Plate 3-A, Type II (Westerberg Position 2), clear margins to just in, tied by red "Postage Paid" in oval handstamp on small piece, also with ms. cancel, Fine

5,000
950
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1344
 
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1344, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1859, 2c Dark Blue, Bluish White (13), 1859, 2c Dark Blue, Bluish White (13)1859, 2c Dark Blue, Bluish White (13). Plate 3-A, Type VI (Westerberg Position 6), large margins to just in, neat strike of red "Postage Paid" handstamp, bit heavily thinned, otherwise Fine

5,000
550
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1345
ng
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1345, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1863, 1c Black, Grayish (15), 1863, 1c Black, Grayish (15)1863, 1c Black, Grayish (15). Five from Plate 4-A, Westerberg Positions 4, 6, 8, 9 and 10, unused (no gum), margins to in, some flaws, otherwise Fine, still a presentable group

3,250
475
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1346
 
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1346, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1863, 2c Black, Grayish (16), 1863, 2c Black, Grayish (16)1863, 2c Black, Grayish (16). Seven used copies from several different plates, large margins to in, range of cancels incl. ms., Lahaina, red grid, generally defective, otherwise Fine, valuable group

5,950
750
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1347
 
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1347, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1865, 5c Blue on Blue (21, 22), 1865, 5c Blue on Blue (21, 22)1865, 5c Blue on Blue (21, 22). Three singles, first No. 21, Plate 9-A, Type X (Westerberg Position 2), large even margins, square grid cancel, few small age spots, vertical crease at right, Very Fine appearance, second No. 22, Plate 12-A, Type VI (Westerberg Position 2), full margins to just in at top right, faintly cancelled at bottom and also by blue crayon, Fine, last No. 22, Plate 12-A, Type IX (Westerberg Position 1), large margins to full, cancelled by bold strike of grid and also by San Francisco double-circle datestamp, thin spots, horizontal crease at bottom, appears Very Fine

2,300
425
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1348
ng
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1348, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1864, 1c Black, Laid (23), 1864, 1c Black, Laid (23)1864, 1c Black, Laid (23). Complete reconstruction of Plate 8-A, unused (no gum), full margins to close, some flaws to be expected, Fine and desirable reconstruction

3,000
600
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1349
ng
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1349, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1865, 1c Dark Blue (25), 1865, 1c Dark Blue (25)1865, 1c Dark Blue (25). Partial plate reconstruction of Plate 11-A, consisting of the five positions of the right column plus Positions 3 and 7, unused (no gum), full margins to just in, few flaws to be expected (plating quality), appear Fine

2,450
375
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1350
 
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1350, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1861-69, 2c Pale Rose, Horizontally Laid, 2c Carmine Rose, Vertically Laid, 2c Red, Re-Issue (27, 28a, 29), 1861-69, 2c Pale Rose, Horizontally Laid, 2c Carmine Rose, Vertically Laid, 2c Red, Re-Issue (27, 28a, 29)1861-69, 2c Pale Rose, Horizontally Laid, 2c Carmine Rose, Vertically Laid, 2c Red, Re-Issue (27, 28a, 29). Unused and used of each of first two, No. 28a unused with original gum, couple trivial flaws, complete sheet of fifteen of the Re-Issue, original gum, some slight creasing and toned spots, appear Fine

2,140
500
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1351
 
1864-91, 1c-18c Royal Portraits (30/52C). Approximately 113 used stamps, most with target cancels, some flaws to be expected, overall Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail more than $2,000.00

E. 400-500
450
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1352
c
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1352, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa10c Yellow Green (68), 10c Yellow Green (68)10c Yellow Green (68). Bright color, used with Hawaii, 1866, 5c Blue (32), tied together by target, 10c also tied by circle of wedges, on cover to Rochester Vt., large red "Honolulu U.S. Postage Paid Dec. 10" circular datestamp and well-struck "Hawaiian Steam Service" oval handstamp, neat "San Francisco Cal. Dec. 24" circular datestamp, slightly reduced at top and some edge tears and wear, 5c stamp few tiny flaws, otherwise Fine, the 5c stamp paid the internal Hawaiian postage, and the 10c stamp paid the Pacific Mail Steamship Company contract mail rate from Hawaii to the U.S.

4,000
1,300
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1353
c
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1353, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1871, 6c Yellow Green (33), 1871, 6c Yellow Green (33)1871, 6c Yellow Green (33). Horizontal pair, bright color, tied by target with three-hole punch, red "Honolulu Paid All Feb. 28, 1877" rimless circular datestamp on cover with attorney's return address to New Bedford Mass., magenta "San Francisco Paid All Mar. 9" circular datestamp, receiving backstamp (Mar. 16), with original enclosure, some edgewear, still Very Fine

E. 200-300
375
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1354
ogbl
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1354, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1883, $1.00 Rose Red (49), 1883, $1.00 Rose Red (49)1883, $1.00 Rose Red (49). Block of four with selvage at right, original gum, small h.r. at left where few perf separations sensibly reinforced, with embossed impression in selvage, radiant color, small toned spot between bottom stamps, otherwise Very Fine

1,450
550
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1355
ogbl
1893, 1c-10c Provisionals, Red Ovpt. (53, 54, 55-57, 59, 61). Blocks of four, all except two stamps Mint N.H., Nos. 53 and 59 with selvage at side (first with part imprint), also incl. used block of four of No. 71 and used block of nine of No. 54, also block of six of No. 59 with faint double overprint (counted as normal), fresh and Fine-Very Fine group, Scott Retail approx.

1,000
650
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1356
 
1893, 1c-$1.00 Provisional Ovpts. (53/73). Approximately 36 unused stamps, original gum, few h.r., and 30 used stamps, some duplication incl. two 50c, few small flaws to be expected, overall Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail approx.

2,300
450
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1357
 
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1357, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1893, 5c Ultramarine, Category II Double Ovpt. (59e), 1893, 5c Ultramarine, Category II Double Ovpt. (59e)1893, 5c Ultramarine, Category II Double Ovpt. (59e). Bright shade, second overprint is partial and struck off partly at left (this is probably from the rightmost vertical row in the sheet), neat strike of duplex cancel, small tear at left and pulled perf, Very Fine appearance, a rare used example of this popular variety with one of the overprints of moderate strength

4,000
800
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1358
og
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1358, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1893, 6c Green, Category II Double Ovpt. (60e), 1893, 6c Green, Category II Double Ovpt. (60e)1893, 6c Green, Category II Double Ovpt. (60e). Original gum, h.r., rich color, second overprint shifted to bottom and is only partial (this may be from the top row of the sheet), Fine

1,000
350
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1359
c
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1359, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1893, 12c Black, Red Ovpt., 10c Red Brown, Black Ovpt. (62, 68), 1893, 12c Black, Red Ovpt., 10c Red Brown, Black Ovpt. (62, 68)1893, 12c Black, Red Ovpt., 10c Red Brown, Black Ovpt. (62, 68). Each tied by neat "Honolulu H.I. May 23, 1893" duplex cancel on First Day covers, both addressed to H. S. Crocker & Co. in San Francisco, each with San Francisco May 31 receiving backstamp, fresh and Very Fine

E. 400-500
550
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1360
ng
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1360, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1893, 12c Black, Category I Double Ovpt. (62d), 1893, 12c Black, Category I Double Ovpt. (62d)1893, 12c Black, Category I Double Ovpt. (62d). Traces of original gum, choice centering, well-balanced margins, second overprint split horizontally, Extremely Fine, a beautiful example of this variety, with 2007 P.F. certificate

2,000
1,000
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1361
og
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1361, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1893, 2c Rose, Category II Double Ovpt. (66e), 1893, 2c Rose, Category II Double Ovpt. (66e)1893, 2c Rose, Category II Double Ovpt. (66e). Original gum, h.r., brilliant color, clear second overprint, three wide margins

VERY FINE ORIGINAL-GUM EXAMPLE OF THE 2-CENT ROSE WITH DOUBLE OVERPRINT. VERY FEW ARE KNOWN.

With 2006 P.F. certificate.

2,750
950
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1362
 
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1362, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1893, 12c Red Lilac, Black Ovpt. (69), 1893, 12c Red Lilac, Black Ovpt. (69)1893, 12c Red Lilac, Black Ovpt. (69). Canceled by "Honolulu H.I. Jul. 11, 1895" circular datestamp, rich color, couple partly nibbed perfs, otherwise Fine, a rare stamp used

500
275
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1363
og
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1363, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1893 Issue, No Period After "Govt." (71b, 72b), 1893 Issue, No Period After "Govt." (71b, 72b)1893 Issue, No Period After "Govt." (71b, 72b). One of first and two of second, No. 71b slightly disturbed original gum, h.r., bright color, fresh and Fine, first No. 72b original gum, h.r., brilliant color on crisp paper, Very Fine and choice, second 72b in pair with normal, left stamp the variety, original gum, h.r., radiant color, Fine, lot also incl. block of four of No. 72, bottom right stamp Mint N.H., radiant color, fresh and Fine

1,695
750
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1364
c
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1364, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru SamoaHAWAII, 1893, 50c, $1.00 Rose Red, Black Ovpts. (72, 73), HAWAII, 1893, 50c, $1.00 Rose Red, Black Ovpts. (72, 73)HAWAII, 1893, 50c, $1.00 Rose Red, Black Ovpts. (72, 73). Used with 1893 12c Black, Red Ovpt. (62) and tied by light strikes of red "Honolulu Hawaii Apr. 21, 1897" double-circle datestamp (Ty. 273.01) on registered cover to Ulm, Germany, New York registry label, San Francisco, N.Y. and Ulm backstamps, negligible perf tip toning, address partly erased, $1.00 slightly discolored, otherwise Very Fine, rare 1893 Provisional Overprint franking, ex Ishikawa and Honolulu Advertiser

E. 400-500
500
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1365
nhbl
1894, 12c Blue (78). Mint N.H. sheet of 40 with selvage and imprints at left, right and bottom, rich color, few weak perfs, Very Fine, Scott Retail as Mint N.H. singles

1,700
400
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1366
c
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1366, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru SamoaPAQUEBOT, PAQUEBOTPAQUEBOT. Four covers with straightline handstamp, first with Hawaii 25c Blue (79), tied by San Francisco oval with black single-line "PAQUEBOT" on cover to London (cover faults), other three with red/magenta two-line "Paquebot (N.Y.-2d Div.)" handstamp, one with pair German 10pf (48), tie by German Seapost, Hamburg circular datestamps on 1894 "Hamburg-Amerika Linie Hamburg." corner card cover to Germany, other two are postal cards from Brazil and Curacao to New York and Ireland respectively, some faults to be found but overall Fine appearing group

E. 750-1,000
600
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1367
 
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1367, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1899, 5c Blue (82), 1899, 5c Blue (82)1899, 5c Blue (82). Bottom margin strip of three with imprint, tied by multiple strikes of Honolulu duplex cancel on 1899 legal size cover to Berkeley Cal., San Francisco transit and Berkeley receiving backstamps, vertical file fold well away from stamps, Very Fine, attractive imprint strip on cover

E. 150-200
120
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1368
c
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1368, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru SamoaPassed Free of Duty, Custom House, Honolulu, Passed Free of Duty, Custom House, HonoluluPassed Free of Duty, Custom House, Honolulu. Purple handstamp struck on registered wrapper for Saxon Philatelic Journal, addressed to Pepeekeo, Hawaii, franked with Germany 20pf and 40pf pair tied by Colditz circular datestamps, "Ausfuhrfrei!" (free export) catalog and magazine label, Colditz registry label, Chicago, Honolulu and Hilo backstamps, wear and faults but Fine appearing and nice piece of Hawaiian philatelic "free trade"

E. 150-200
110
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1369
nhbl
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1369, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru Samoa1877, 1901 Revenue Issues (R1, R7, R12), 1877, 1901 Revenue Issues (R1, R7, R12)1877, 1901 Revenue Issues (R1, R7, R12). Mint N.H. blocks of four, large margins, rich colors, couple slight gum imperfections on R7 of little consequence, R12 with bottom selvage, captured imprint, few natural gum skips, Very Fine, Scott Retail as singles

950
450
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1370
 
Hawaii Balance. 15 mostly used stamps, incl. Nos. 8-10, seven Numerals, Nos. 28, 28a, 50 and 51 with favor cancels, mixed condition, some Fine

E. 750-1,000
450
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1371
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Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1371, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru SamoaPHILIPPINES, 1901, $1.00 Black, Ty. II (223A), PHILIPPINES, 1901, $1.00 Black, Ty. II (223A)PHILIPPINES, 1901, $1.00 Black, Ty. II (223A). Unused (no gum), intense shade, small thin spot, tiny tear at left, appears Fine

2,250
225
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1372
og
PHILIPPINES, Balance (212-222, 219a, 224, 289, C13, J5, Cut Squares). Original gum, couple h.r. in the group through No. 224, No. 289 is a Mint N.H. top right corner block of four, two of No. C13, one with h.r., No. J5 h.r., few trivial flaws, Fine-Very Fine, lot also incl. 47 different cut squares, virtually all different and most full corners, Very Fine, approx. Scott Retail

4,700
650
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1373
c
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1373, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru SamoaSAMOA, 1895, -1/2p Purple Brown, 1p Blue Green, Perf 11 (9d, 11f), SAMOA, 1895, -1/2p Purple Brown, 1p Blue Green, Perf 11 (9d, 11f)SAMOA, 1895, -1/2p Purple Brown, 1p Blue Green, Perf 11 (9d, 11f). Rich colors, tied by "Apia, Samoa May 31, 1899" double-circle datestamps on picture postcard depicting view and Malietoa, King of Samoa, additionally franked by Germany 10pf Carmine (48) tied by different Apia circular datestamp, addressed to Minden, Germany, receiving datestamp at lower left, Very Fine, a beautiful postcard, ex Vogel

E. 400-500
110
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1374
c
Sale Number 1016, Lot Number 1374, U.S. Possessions: Hawaii thru SamoaSAMOA, 1895, 1sh Rose Carmine, Diagonal Bisects (18a), SAMOA, 1895, 1sh Rose Carmine, Diagonal Bisects (18a)SAMOA, 1895, 1sh Rose Carmine, Diagonal Bisects (18a). Two, each tied by blue "Apia, Samoa, May 19, 1895" double-circle datestamp on cover addressed to Capt. Harrold in New Zealand, neat Auckland receiving backstamp, some minor toning around stamps, otherwise Very Fine, obviously philatelic but still an interesting cover, ex Vogel, discussed in the Odenweller book on p. 250

E. 200-300
0
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1375
 
U.S. POSSESSIONS, Balance. Album pages and few stock pages of unused and used stamps, few Cuba and Hawaii but strength is in Philippines, range of issues represented, mixed condition, few Fine-Very Fine

E. 200-300
225
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