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Sale 1026 — United States Stamps and Postal History, CSA, General Foreign

Sale Date — Wednesday-Thursday, 27-28 June, 2012

Category — U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
1605
P
Stamp Themed Die Proofs. Small group of banknote company stock die proofs depicting scenes similar to themes on U.S. stamps, including "The Crossing" locomotive and set of Peru Postage Due, significant foxing throughout, Fine appearance

E. 200-300
300
1606
 
1845-47 Balance. Eight stamps and one proof, incl. Nos. 9X1, 10X1-10X2, 1 (single and pair), 2, 3P4, and 4, 5c New York and 5c 1847's with pen cancels, pair also with handstamp cancels, 10c 1847 red grid cancel, all but the proof with flaws ranging to defective, Scott Retail with the 5c pair priced as singles with pen cancels

4,775
900
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1607
 
5c Red Brown (1). Three, margins to in, incl. pen cancelled, red grid, blue circular datestamp, small faults, nice with the variety of cancels

1,375
350
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1608
 
1847 Issue Balance. Five items, incl. pen cancelled No. 1, two No. 2 (one pen cancelled), also No. 2 with "Specimen" ovpt. faulty but still a useful group

E. 400-500
750
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1609
 
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1609, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue1851-57 Issue Balance, 1851-57 Issue Balance1851-57 Issue Balance. Twelve stamps, all used but two, incl. Nos. 9 (two), 11, 15 17, 24, 26 (Mint N.H.), 35-37 and 38 (unused, no gum), Nos. 35-37 red cancels, all exceptionally well-margined or centered, couple minor flaws, otherwise Very Fine-Extremely Fine, very attractive group, three with 1996-2006 P.F. or P.S.E. certificates (two as pairs)

E. 750-1,000
1,700
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1610
 
1c-12c 1851-56 Issue (9, 11, 14, 17). Three shades of the 3c, margins all around, most with face-free cancels, Fine-Very Fine lot

E. 200-300
350
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1611
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Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1611, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue1c Blue, Ty. IV, 3c Dull Red, Ty. II (9, 11A), 1c Blue, Ty. IV, 3c Dull Red, Ty. II (9, 11A)1c Blue, Ty. IV, 3c Dull Red, Ty. II (9, 11A). Horizontal strip of three of 1c and horizontal pair of 3c, original gum, 3c h.r., margins to in, small faults, Fine appearance

3,250
275
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1612
 
3c 1851 Issue, Accumulation (10-11A). More than 350 stamps in a stock book, probably 10-20 would plate as Orange Brown though more are identified as such, largely Philadelphia and Reading Pa. cancels, a few colored cancels including green, unpicked for shades and varieties, plating quality material throughout with margins at least touching and some flaws, many appear Fine

E. 500-750
1,900
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1613
 
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1613, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue10c Green, Ty. I, IV (13, 16), 10c Green, Ty. I, IV (13, 16)10c Green, Ty. I, IV (13, 16). First margins to clear, circular datestamp and pen mark at lower left, second Position 74L1, recut at top, margins to clear, Fine, first with 2006 P.F. and second with 2005 P.F. and 2009 P.S.E. certificates (F 70)

2,550
1,100
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1614
 
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1614, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue1c Blue, Ty. I, III (18, 21), 1c Blue, Ty. I, III (18, 21)1c Blue, Ty. I, III (18, 21). First bright color, neat strike of New York circular datestamp, Fine, second appears Fine but with small flaws, with 2003 and 2006 P.S.E. certificates respectively (F-VF 75 for No. 18, VG 50 for No. 21)

3,100
700
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1615
 
1857-60 Issue Balance. 14 stamps, incl. No. 24 with captured imprint, beautifully centered No. 24 vertical pair, two No. 25 (one with 1985 P.F. certificate), No. 28 with 1981 P.F. certificate (submitted as No. 28A, sure looks close to Indian Red shade), No. 29, two No. 30A, No. 32, two No. 35 (one with captured imprint) and No. 36, several red cancels, slightly mixed quality, Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 750-1,000
950
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1616
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3c Rose, Ty. I (25). Ten stamps in two blocks of four and vertical pair, unused (no gum), defective throughout, still a scarce unused group, Scott Retail as no gum singles $9,500.00

E. 200-300
375
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1617
 
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1617, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue5c Brick Red, 5c Brown, Ty. II (27, 30), 5c Brick Red, 5c Brown, Ty. II (27, 30)5c Brick Red, 5c Brown, Ty. II (27, 30). First with bright color, neat strike of New Orleans circular datestamp, Fine, with 2009 P.S.E. certificate (VG-F 60), second with thin spot, Fine, with 2005 P.F. and 2009 P.S.E. certificates (VG 50)

3,050
700
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1618
 
1857 Issue, Balance. Six used stamps, including Nos. 31, 36B pair and 37 (three), 12c pair with 7-ring target cancel of Canadian origin, expert repair at top, two 24c with vivid red cancels and small repairs, 10c with tiny corner crease, Fine appearance, three 2010 P.F. certificates accompany, Scott Retail with no premium for the cancel on the 12c

3,025
700
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1619
 
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1619, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue10c Green, Ty. II-III, V (32-33, 35), 10c Green, Ty. II-III, V (32-33, 35)10c Green, Ty. II-III, V (32-33, 35). Attractively centered, first with red circular datestamp cancel, last two with circular datestamps off to one side (face-free), Very Fine lot

550
300
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1620
 
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1620, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue12c Black, Plates I and III (36, 36B), 12c Black, Plates I and III (36, 36B)12c Black, Plates I and III (36, 36B). Three of former, two are well-centered, generally light cancels, couple trivial flaws, Very Fine-Extremely Fine appearance

1,325
350
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1621
 
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1621, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue1861 Issue, 1861 Issue1861 Issue. Ten different, incl. Nos. 63, 68-72, 75-77, nicely centered throughout, No. 70 with red grid cancel, also incl. No. 89, virtually all Fine-Very Fine with a couple that will grade higher, nice lot, No. 71 with 1994 P.F. certificate

2,408
800
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1622
 
1c-30c 1861-66 Issue. 27 stamps, nine different (nine are No. 65's), nearly all well-centered, several exceptionally so, better incl. No. 67a (repaired torn perf), two 68, five 70 or 78 with shades, three 76 (couple shades), one No. 76 appears unused, slightly mixed condition, Very Fine-Extremely Fine appearance, three certificates accompany

E. 750-1,000
825
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1623
 
1c-90c 1861-66 Issue (63, 64b, 65, 67a, 68, 70-73, 75-78). All well-centered, couple exceptionally so, variety of cancels, incl. four in red, 1c with full strike of straight line san-serif "PAID", No. 67a with faint red manuscript cancel, couple reperfed and few other flaws, overall Very Fine appearance, attractive lot, Nos. 64b, 67a and 72 with late 1970's to mid-1980's certificates

E. 750-1,000
1,700
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1624
 
2c-15c 1861-67 Issues (67a, 68, 73, 87-88, 90-91, 95, 97). No. 88 unused (no gum), others used, incl. three duplicates, mixed quality, Very Good-Extremely Fine appearance, with six certificates incl. No. 67a with 2011 P.S.E. graded 70

E. 750-1,000
1,100
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1625
 
1c-15c E Grill (86-91). Nicely centered, 1c cancel removed, others variety of cancels, two 10c (one red quartered cork cancel), overall Very Fine lot, 1c and both 10c with 1979-85 P.F. certificates

E. 500-750
850
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1626
 
2c-12c F Grill (93, 95-97). 2c original gum, natural preprint crease and corner crease, others used, 5c faintly cancelled (closed tear), others cork cancels, incl. extra 10c (covered scuff), mostly wide margins, attractive appearing lot, two with 1980's P.F. certificates

E. 300-400
400
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1627
 
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1627, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue3c-24c F Grill (94, 98-99), 3c-24c F Grill (94, 98-99)3c-24c F Grill (94, 98-99). Exceptionally wide margins, each with interpane margin and guide line, the 24c with straddle-pane margin, variety of cork cancels, 15c additionally with part of blue French transit, 3c few perf flaws, 24c small closed tear, spectacular appearing lot and should be of keen interest to the specialist

1,935
425
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1628
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Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1628, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue1869 Pictorial Issue and 1875 Re-Issue, Unused Balance (112-117, 123-124, 133), 1869 Pictorial Issue and 1875 Re-Issue, Unused Balance (112-117, 123-124, 133)1869 Pictorial Issue and 1875 Re-Issue, Unused Balance (112-117, 123-124, 133). Incl. Nos. 114 and 133 original gum, others no gum, small flaws including couple with thins or reperfed, generally appear Fine, Nos. 116 and 124 with certificates, the latter as sound

4,075
950
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1629
 
1869 Pictorial Issue Balance (112-117, 121, 133). Small accumulation including unused Nos. 112 (no gum), 113 (two, original gum), 114 (two no gum singles and original gum block of four), 115 (regummed), 116 (three, no gum or regummed), 133 (no gum), also a few used including 30c, flaws to be expected on the better values, overall Fine with a couple Very Fine or Very Good

7,382
1,500
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1630
 
1869 Pictorial Issue and 1875 Re-Issue, Accumulation (112-123, 133). Multiple used copies of all values to the 90c, including two 15c Ty. I, ten 15c Ty. II, two 24c, five 30c, two 90c, also a few unused including a 10c and three 2c, the Re-Issues are all 1c values with three unused each of both the hard and soft papers, very mixed condition with faults to be expected, some appear Fine, Scott Retail more than $17,000.00

E. 1,500-2,000
1,800
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1631
 
1c-24c 1869 Pictorial Issue (112-117, 119-120). All nicely centered, several with nice margins, variety of cancels, 1c and 15c reperfed, also few nibbed perfs, otherwise Very Fine lot

1,717
750
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1632
 
1c-15c 1869 Pictorial Issue (112-119, 133). 20 stamps, incl. 1c and 2c unused (no gum), additional 2c with disturbed original gum, 3c, 6c and 10c with removed cancels (appear unused), enormous used 3c "imperforate" straddle margin copy (trimmed, still quite impressive), 15c Ty. II with purple circular datestamp, 10c blue target, all nicely centered, few occasional faults, Very Fine-Extremely Fine or appear so, much better than typically seen, No. 133 and two others with P.F. certificates

E. 500-750
1,000
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1633
 
2c-90c 1869 Pictorial Issue (113, 117-119, 121-122). Incl. three extra 30c, 2c original gum, lightly hinged, others used, nearly all with flaws, generally of a minor nature, Fine-Extremely Fine appearance

E. 750-1,000
1,200
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1634
 
1869 Pictorial Issue Balance. Eleven items, incl. unused No. 113, used Nos. 118-122, used 1c Re-Issue, mixed condition, few Fine

E. 500-750
600
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1635
 
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1635, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue2c-10c 1869 Pictorial Issue (113, 115-116), 2c-10c 1869 Pictorial Issue (113, 115-116)2c-10c 1869 Pictorial Issue (113, 115-116). 2c with clear corner strike of purple grid cancel, two 6c incl. one struck with blue cancels, 10c with New York ship circular datestamp, one 6c with small flaws, overall Fine-Very Fine group, three certificates accompany

780
225
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1636
 
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1636, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue1869 Pictorial Issue 10c-90c Balance (116-122), 1869 Pictorial Issue 10c-90c Balance (116-122)1869 Pictorial Issue 10c-90c Balance (116-122). Single used example of each, 10c with "Paid" cancel and 12c with red cancel, both of the 15c types lightly cancelled, the Ty. II with engraved blue layout line in top margin, few flaws to be be found, Fine appearing group

4,504
500
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1637
 
1869 Pictorial Re-Issue Balance (123-124, 126). Four unused stamps, 1c original gum, two of 2c, original gum and no gum, 6c no gum and unusual printing flaws thru "O" of "Postage", also with dealer backstamps that shows thru slightly, Fine, last with 1982 P.F. certificate

2,135
550
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1638
 
Certified Bank Note Issues Accumulation, 1870-90. Approximately 39 used stamps from Scott Nos. 146-229, each on an individual stock card and accompanied by a recent P.F. or P.S.E. certificate, denominations to 90c, mixed condition with faults to be expected, generally Fine appearance

2,800
600
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1639
 
Bank Note Issues, Used Multiples Balance. Six items, incl. pairs of Nos. 135, 150 and 186, strip of three of No. 189, strips of four of Nos. 165 and 188, few small flaws, overall appear Fine-Very Fine

1,130
160
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1640
 
1c-90c 1870 Bank Note Issue (145-155). Nicely centered set, variety of cancels, also incl. used No. 157 and original gum Nos. 206 (Mint N.H.), 183, 213 and 229, minimal problems, Fine-Very Fine lot, 24c with 1989 and 30c with 1993 P.F. certificates

2,427
1,200
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1641
nhbl
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1641, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue10c Brown, 3c Blue Green (161, 207), 10c Brown, 3c Blue Green (161, 207)10c Brown, 3c Blue Green (161, 207). Two items, first is single No. 161, original gum, barest trace of hinging if at all, rich color and choice centering, faint crease, Very Fine appearance, with 2011 P.F. certificate, second is Mint N.H. block of four of No. 207, bright color, fresh and Fine, Scott Retail as singles

1,960
350
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1642
ogbl
Bank Note Issue Blocks (182/214). Nine blocks of four, Nos. 182 (2), 183 (2), 206 (2), 212 and 214 (2), original gum, few h.r., few flaws, many Fine-Very Fine

5,625
650
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1643
og
1c-6c 1890 Issue (219/224). 42 unused stamps, most original gum, incl. block of four and six singles of 219D, few flaws, few Fine-Very Fine

2,464
325
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1644
og
Columbian and Trans-Mississippi Issues. Complete set of each, also 5c and 8c Columbian corner selvage blocks of four, 8c Trans-Mississippi block of four and extra 50c single (with plate number), also set of 1c-10c Pan-American, virtually all original gum in various states (full, disturbed, h.r. and paper remnants with a few Mint N.H.), $2.00 Columbian unused (no gum) with tiny hole and possibly used, mixed condition, nearly all Fine-Very Fine appearance, lastly there are two odd earlier 20th Century stamps, No. 616 and 658, latter with 2011 P.S.E. certificate as "Mint OGph 98"

E. 1,500-2,000
3,500
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1645
og
1c-$1.00 Columbian (230-241). Unused accumulation of approximately 60 stamps on a single stock page, between two and seven of each value to the $1.00 including eight 30c, five 50c and three $1.00, also blocks of four of 2c and 5c (former with imprint and part plate no.), gum ranges from a few Mint N.H., to hinged, no gum and regummed, some flaws to be expected incl. a $1.00 reperfed, mostly Fine-Very Fine appearing

E. 500-750
1,300
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1646
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1c-$4.00 Columbian (230-242, 244). 6c, 10c and 30c original gum, h.r., others unused (no gum), few flaws incl. $4.00 scuff at top, Fine appearance

3,545
750
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1647
og
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1647, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue1c-$3.00 Columbian (230-240, 243), 1c-$3.00 Columbian (230-240, 243)1c-$3.00 Columbian (230-240, 243). All original gum except $3.00 unused (regummed), 1c-4c Mint N.H., 6c couple flaws, 15c reperfed, otherwise Fine-Very Fine

2,530
900
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1648
og
1c-$4.00 Columbian (230-237, 239, 242, 244). 1c-30c original gum, h.r., $2.00 and $4.00 unused (regummed), few flaws, appear Fine-Very Fine

2,295
900
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1649
og
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1649, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue4c, 10c, 30c, 50c Columbian (233, 237, 239-240), 4c, 10c, 30c, 50c Columbian (233, 237, 239-240)4c, 10c, 30c, 50c Columbian (233, 237, 239-240). Original gum, nice margins and centering, 30c tiny thin speck, otherwise Very Fine-Extremely Fine

900
325
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1650
nhbl
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1650, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue4c-6c Columbian (233-235), 4c-6c Columbian (233-235)4c-6c Columbian (233-235). Mint N.H. blocks of four, 6c with left imprint selvage showing plate crack, fresh and Fine lot

2,160
350
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1651
og
15c-$5.00 Columbian (238, 241-242, 244-245). 15c is original gum block of four, others original gum in various states from nice on $2.00 to various levels of disturbance on others, also incl. extra $1.00 (no gum), somewhat mixed condition, Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 1,500-2,000
2,600
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1652
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$1.00-$5.00 Columbian (241-245). $1.00 slightly disturbed original gum, $2.00 unused (regummed), $5.00 unused (no gum), few faults, appear Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail as no gum

4,225
2,000
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1653
 
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1653, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue$1.00-$2.00 Columbian (241-242), $1.00-$2.00 Columbian (241-242)$1.00-$2.00 Columbian (241-242). Used copies of each plus original gum single of $1.00, few flaws incl. $2.00 reperfed, Fine-Very Fine appearance, with 2009-2011 P.S.E. certificates

2,450
350
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1654
og
$1.00 Columbian (241). Three, incl. two original gum and one unused (regummed and filled thin, 1986 P.F. certificate), faults, most minor, Very Good-Fine appearance

2,725
500
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1655
 
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1655, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue$1.00-$2.00 Columbian, 50c-$1.00 Trans-Mississippi (241-242, 291-292), $1.00-$2.00 Columbian, 50c-$1.00 Trans-Mississippi (241-242, 291-292)$1.00-$2.00 Columbian, 50c-$1.00 Trans-Mississippi (241-242, 291-292). Small used group, two of each of the Columbian $1.00-$2.00 values, single 50c and two $1.00 Trans-Mississippi, both of the latter lightly cancelled, all with at least clear margins, small flaws, Fine appearance

4,885
950
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1656
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$3.00-$4.00 Columbian (243-244). Three of $3.00 and two of $4.00, unused, one $3.00 disturbed original gum, one $4.00 regummed, others no gum, a couple with nice centering, flaws including small thins, one $4.00 faded color, Fine-Very Fine appearance

5,400
2,250
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1657
og
$5.00 Columbian (245). Three, disturbed original gum, each centered to a corner but perfs clear on all, two with minor flaws including perf tip thins, Fine appearance

7,800
1,800
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1658
og
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1658, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue1c-$5.00 1894 Issue (246-261, 262-263), 1c-$5.00 1894 Issue (246-261, 262-263)1c-$5.00 1894 Issue (246-261, 262-263). 1c-50c original gum, $1.00-$5.00 unused (regummed), few minor imperfections but mostly Fine-Very Fine and nice group

5,892
1,300
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1659
og
3c-15c 1894-95 Bureau Issue (253/273). 41 unused stamps, nice group of 3c, 4c, 5c and 8c, three 10c and a 15c, original gum, few faults, many Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
600
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1660
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$2.00-$5.00 1894 Issue (262-263). Unused (regummed), $5.00 with repaired horizontal tear and reperfed on two sides, $2.00 faulty, otherwise Fine, $5.00 with 2009 P.S.E. certificate

3,000
325
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1661
og
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1661, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue1c-$5.00 1895 Issue (264-278), 1c-$5.00 1895 Issue (264-278)1c-$5.00 1895 Issue (264-278). Incl. both types of $1.00, 50c and $5.00 unused (regummed), others original gum, few h.r., few minor flaws, Fine-Very Fine and attractive complete set

4,391
1,300
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1662
og
1c-10c 1895-98 Bureau Issues. 14 different, incl. Nos, 264-265, 267-273 and 279-280, original gum, many Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine lot

E. 300-400
225
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1663
ogbl
5c-10c 1895 Bureau Issue (270, 272, 273). Blocks of four, incl. three 5c and two 8c, one 5c with arrow selvage at left, one 8c with part imprint and plate no. 555 at bottom, original gum, few faults, appear Fine-Very Fine

1,450
475
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1664
og
1c-$2.00 Trans-Mississippi (285-293). Unused accumulation of 30 stamps, 1-5 of each denomination including three $1.00 with original gum, vast majority of the rest original gum, some no gum or regummed including the $2.00, all stamps from the 50c to $2.00 at least clear margins, two of the $1.00 wide margins and well-centered, flaws to be found including on all the dollar values but overall Fine-Very Fine appearance, one $1.00 and $2.00 with 2003 P.S.E. certificates, Scott Retail more than $6,000.00

E. 750-1,000
2,200
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1665
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Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1665, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue1c-$2.00 Trans-Mississippi (285-291, 293), 1c-$2.00 Trans-Mississippi (285-291, 293)1c-$2.00 Trans-Mississippi (285-291, 293). 50c and $2.00 unused (regummed), others original gum (1c, 2c and 5c Mint N.H.), 10c appears Mint N.H., 8c reperfed, Fine-Very Fine appearance, 10c with 1980 P.F. certificate

2,350
725
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1666
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Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1666, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue1c-50c Trans-Mississippi (285-291), 1c-50c Trans-Mississippi (285-291)1c-50c Trans-Mississippi (285-291). Original gum, 10c and 50c h.r., 1c Mint N.H. top plate no. single, 50c Fine; others Very Fine-Extremely Fine, 5c with 1991 P.F. certificate

1,125
500
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1667
 
$1.00-$2.00 Trans-Mississippi (292-293). Two used $1.00 and unused (regummed) $2.00, one $1.00 thin spot, otherwise Fine lot

2,125
800
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1668
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Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1668, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue4c, 8c, 10c Pan-American (296, 298-299), 4c, 8c, 10c Pan-American (296, 298-299)4c, 8c, 10c Pan-American (296, 298-299). 8c Mint N.H., fresh, Very Fine-Extremely Fine, 8c and 10c each with certificate and both graded VF 80

445
250
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1669
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Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1669, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue1c-$2.00 1902-03 Issue (300-312, 315), 1c-$2.00 1902-03 Issue (300-312, 315)1c-$2.00 1902-03 Issue (300-312, 315). Few Mint N.H., $2.00 unused (regummed), $1.00 reperfed, otherwise generally Very Fine lot, also incl. perf and imperforate 2c Shield

E. 500-750
1,100
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1670
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Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1670, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue4c-$2.00 1902 Issue (303-312), 4c-$2.00 1902 Issue (303-312)4c-$2.00 1902 Issue (303-312). Unused singles of each, 50c Mint N.H., others h.r. or disturbed original gum, the $2.00 particularly nice margins, few flaws including 50c nibbed perf and $2.00 small thin spot, Fine-Very Fine or appear so

3,195
650
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1671
ogbl
1908-10 Issue, Balance (340, 348-349). Block of four of No. 340, bottom stamps Mint N.H., top stamps single hinge mark, brilliant color, fresh and Very Fine, Scott Retail as singles, with 2012 P.F. certificate, strips of four of Nos. 348-349, 1c guide line strip, 2c with line pair at bottom of strip, h.r., couple small flaws, 2c with 1911 dated backstamp, Fine-Very Fine

1,570
900
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1672
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Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1672, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue1c-10c Panama-Pacific, Perf 12 and Perf 10 (397-403), 1c-10c Panama-Pacific, Perf 12 and Perf 10 (397-403)1c-10c Panama-Pacific, Perf 12 and Perf 10 (397-403). Mint N.H., rich colors except No. 400 trifle oxidized, Fine-Very Fine, also incl. No. 404 regummed and reperfed (not counted)

1,530
700
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1673
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Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1673, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue1c-10c Panama-Pacific (397-400A), 1c-10c Panama-Pacific (397-400A)1c-10c Panama-Pacific (397-400A). Nos. 398 and 400 Mint N.H., rich colors, Fine-Very Fine, an attractive set

576
375
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1674
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Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1674, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue1c-10c Panama-Pacific (397-400A, 403), 1c-10c Panama-Pacific (397-400A, 403)1c-10c Panama-Pacific (397-400A, 403). Unused group, singles of all the perf 12 stamps (5c Mint N.H.) as well as Mint N.H. strip of four of 2c, also 5c perf 10, No. 400 with bottom plate no., Fine-Very Fine

814
325
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1675
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Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1675, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue10c Orange Yellow, Orange, Panama-Pacific, Perf. 10, 12 (400-400A, 404), 10c Orange Yellow, Orange, Panama-Pacific, Perf. 10, 12 (400-400A, 404)10c Orange Yellow, Orange, Panama-Pacific, Perf. 10, 12 (400-400A, 404). No. 400 Mint N.H., first two large margins and Jumbo margins respectively, No. 404 Fine, first two Very Fine-Extremely Fine, No. 400a with photocopy of 2006 P.F. certificate for block of four

1,175
700
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1676
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Washington-Franklin Issues Unused Collection Balance. Over 80 different stamps on hingeless pages, many Mint N.H., incl. 1908-09 with values to $1.00 (complete less 50c), 8c-30c, $1.00 1912-14 (plus 10c Registration stamp Mint N.H.) and 1917-19 complete less the 5c Error and several other better items, this group was assembled by a collector with a keen eye for centering and a desire for Mint N.H., unfortunately a number of the "Mint N.H." stamps turn out to be "brushed" (many of these would fool collectors and dealers alike) and there are a couple regummed, perhaps a reperf or two and some questionable flat plate coils (not counted), still overall Very Fine lot with some exceptional stamps included, two certificates accompany

E. 2,000-3,000
1,700
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1677
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Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1677, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue1912-22 Issues, Dollar Values (423/573), 1912-22 Issues, Dollar Values (423/573)1912-22 Issues, Dollar Values (423/573). 12 unused stamps, including Nos. 423, 460, 518, 523-524, 547 (three, two distinct shades), 572 and 573 (three), few lightly hinged, some slightly disturbed gum or h.r., No. 523 with oxidation and gum soaks, overall Fine-Very Fine, No. 423 with 2002 P.S.E. certificate

2,722
950
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1678
og
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1678, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue3c-30c 1913-15 Issue (426-439), 3c-30c 1913-15 Issue (426-439)3c-30c 1913-15 Issue (426-439). Few h.r., bright colors, Fine-Very Fine group

931
325
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1679
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3c Violet, Ty. I, Coil (493). 20 Mint N.H. pairs, bright color, Fine-Very Fine group

1,500
425
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1680
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Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1680, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue50c-$1.00 1917 Issue (517-518), 50c-$1.00 1917 Issue (517-518)50c-$1.00 1917 Issue (517-518). Mint N.H., $1.00 with plate no. 5782 selvage at top, Very Fine, also incl. 1c Trans-Mississippi (285) Mint N.H. and Very Fine

287
225
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1681
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$2.00, $5.00 1918-20 Issues (523-524, 547). Two each of last two, No. 523 faint mount line, otherwise Mint N.H., both 524's h.r., one with tiny thin, one No. 547 tiny edge crease, otherwise Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail as hinged

1,160
450
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1682
nhbl
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1682, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue1918-20 Issue, Imperforate Blocks (531-532, 535), 1918-20 Issue, Imperforate Blocks (531-532, 535)1918-20 Issue, Imperforate Blocks (531-532, 535). Group of Mint N.H. blocks, incl. No. 531 centerline block of eight and block of four, No. 532 right plate no. block of six, light scuff at top right of sheet margin far from stamp design, No. 535 block of four, all with large to huge margins, Extremely Fine group

949
325
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1683
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Coil Waste and Imperforate Issues. Pairs, strips, blocks of four and plate no. blocks of six, about 50 items on stock pages, quite a bit Mint N.H., coil waste with blocks of four of Nos. 545, 546 (four) and 578-579, plate blocks with four each of Nos. 481, 482 and 483, Nos. 383 and 531 matched arrow blocks (former also center line block) and early 1c and 2c Washington-Franklin imperforate Government Coils, coil waste off-center as usually found, others virtually all Very Fine

E. 500-750
650
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1684
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3c Violet, Coil, 3c Deep Violet, Coil (600, 721-722). 10 joint line pairs of No. 600, large group of more than 60 pairs and joint line pairs of Nos. 721-722, Very Fine group, Scott Retail more than $1,000.00

E. 300-400
275
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1685
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1919-26, Multiples. Group of Mint N.H. large multiples, incl. No. 537 irregular block of 41 containing plate no. block of six, interesting range of shades within the block, No. 610 pane of 100 (plate no. selvage removed) and 612 block of 16, No. 616 irregular block of 48, No. 634 two panes of 100 and two blocks of 50, a range of centering to be found obviously, some quite well-centered, short gum on a few, overall Very Fine

3,485
700
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1686
nh
Modern Error Balance. Perforation errors incl. No. 1338Fi, block of 16 and bottom bottom plate no. block of 40 with 28 of the stamps no trace of perfs, the other 12 faint impression of perfs (not counted as errors), No. 1370a, two imperforate between error pairs in a block of 20, also 14 pairs of No. 1519a mostly in strips of six, color omitted errors incl. four of No. 1511a "Zip Code" issue, also couple freaks incl. No. 1042 with two "Blue Vignette" stamps in larger multiple, 6c Roosevelt No. 1284 block of 20 with freak misperf, Very Fine group

2,020
450
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1687
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Air Post Balance. Old quadrille pages with unused stamps, incl. Nos. C1, C2 (2), C3 (3), C4 (3 incl. one with selvage initialed by Harry S. New), C5, C6, C18 single and block of four, mixed condition, some Fine-Very Fine, many ex President Roosevelt and with his backstamps

E. 300-400
600
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1688
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Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1688, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue10c 1902-11 Special Delivery, Registration (E6-E8, F1), 10c 1902-11 Special Delivery, Registration (E6-E8, F1)10c 1902-11 Special Delivery, Registration (E6-E8, F1). Virtually all choice centering, several with wide margins, incl. extra No. E6, Very Fine-Extremely Fine and better; also Extremely Fine Gem No. J53a with 1990 P.F. certificate, the No. E7 with 2006 P.S.E. certificate graded XF-Superb 95 Jumbo, nice lot

795
475
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1689
nh
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1689, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by IssuePostage Due, Singles Balance (J2, J32, J41-J42), Postage Due, Singles Balance (J2, J32, J41-J42)Postage Due, Singles Balance (J2, J32, J41-J42). Mint N.H., J2 with rich color, full to wide margins, J42 with bottom selvage, three are Fine, J41 Very Fine

1,975
375
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1690
nhbl
Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1690, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by IssuePostage Due, Blocks Balance (J22, J24, J41), Postage Due, Blocks Balance (J22, J24, J41)Postage Due, Blocks Balance (J22, J24, J41). Mint N.H. blocks of four, vivid colors, J24 few minor perf separations at top, J41 natural s.e. with guideline at left, nice margins and centering, Very Fine-Extremely Fine, Scott Retail as singles

2,380
600
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1691
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Officials Accumulation. Two albums and a flat of large multiples, huge number of stamps both mounted and loose, hard and soft papers with some better such as ten or so used 3c Agriculture on soft paper, range of departments and denominations to 90c, large showing of cancels, blocks, strips, few plate or imprint multiples, also some large multiples of War and Interior (full sheet of O15 with numerous separations), Official Seals including some Typeset Seals, very mixed condition but the patient buyer will find some useful material

E. 2,000-3,000
9,000
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1692
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1865-97 Newspaper Issues, Accumulation (PR2b/PR125). Approximately 52 stamps, some duplication with about 30 different, some original gum, mixed condition, Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 750-1,000
700
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1693
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Sale Number 1026, Lot Number 1693, U.S. Stamps: Group Lots by Issue2c-$1.00 Parcel Post, Parcel Post Postage Due (Q6, Q10, Q12, JQ2, JQ4), 2c-$1.00 Parcel Post, Parcel Post Postage Due (Q6, Q10, Q12, JQ2, JQ4)2c-$1.00 Parcel Post, Parcel Post Postage Due (Q6, Q10, Q12, JQ2, JQ4). No. JQ2 Mint N.H., others lightly hinged, virtually all with Jumbo or near Jumbo margins, well-centered with a couple especially so, Very Fine-Extremely Fine lot with couple Gems

987
800
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