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Sale 1039 — The Scarsdale Collection, Part 9: Postal Stationery

Sale Date — Thursday, 21 March, 2013

Category — Postal Cards

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
211
c
Postal Card Collection. Comprehensive collection on album pages, all without printed addresses, incl. Nos. UX1, UX3, UX5-UX16 with nice group of shades of UX8, UX18-UX27, UX28-UX30, complete from UX37-UX103, pristine condition, Very Fine-Extremely Fine, a wonderful opportunity to acquire a solid foundation for a Postal Cards collection, the UX1 with 2000 P.F. certificate

2,065
800
212
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 212, Postal Cards1c Black on Buff, Postal Card, Watermarked Small "USPOD" in Monogram (UX4; USPCC S3), 1c Black on Buff, Postal Card, Watermarked Small "USPOD" in Monogram (UX4; USPCC S3)1c Black on Buff, Postal Card, Watermarked Small "USPOD" in Monogram (UX4; USPCC S3). Mint, remarkably clean card with sharp corners and edges

VERY FINE AND CHOICE EXAMPLE OF THE SMALL WATERMARKED UX4 POSTAL CARD. ONE OF THE KEYS TO A COMPLETE MINT COLLECTION.

With 1978 A.P.S. and 2000 P.F. certificates. USPCC value $3,250.00

3,750
2,200
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213
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 213, Postal Cards1c Black on Buff, Full-Face McKinley Postal Card (UX17; USPCC S21), 1c Black on Buff, Full-Face McKinley Postal Card (UX17; USPCC S21)1c Black on Buff, Full-Face McKinley Postal Card (UX17; USPCC S21). Mint card, without printed address, clear impression, wonderfully fresh

VERY FINE AND CHOICE EXAMPLE OF THE ONE-CENT BLACK FULL-FACE McKINLEY POSTAL CARD. EXTREMELY RARE WITHOUT THE PRINTED ADDRESS.

As an indication of rarity, the Scott Catalogue prices the card without printed address at $19,000.00, versus $3,500.00 with the printed address. The entire stock of 500 cards was inadvertently sent from Washington to Booth, Dailey & Ivins in New York where they were shortly thereafter pre-printed with their address and garbage dumping information on the back to be filled out by the tug captain. As a result of the printing there remained no mint cards for collectors. This "Unmarked Specimen" long ago became accepted as a full mint card in order to allow collectors to have a complete unused collection. Albert Daggett, the contractor for the printing of the Full Face card, was never able to satisfy the Post Office in Washington due to sub-standard quality of his productions. All submitted samples were rejected and as a result the entire stock of 1,625,000 cards was ordered destroyed by the PMG on April 29, 1902.

With 1978 and 2000 P.F. certificates.

19,000
13,500
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214
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 214, Postal Cards1c Black on Buff, Full-Face McKinley Postal Card (UX17; USPCC S21), 1c Black on Buff, Full-Face McKinley Postal Card (UX17; USPCC S21)1c Black on Buff, Full-Face McKinley Postal Card (UX17; USPCC S21). Uncancelled, with printed address for Messrs. Booth, Dailey & Ivins in New York City, back of card with printed "garbage" form for dumping information to be filled out by the tug boat captain, bright shade with sharp edges, faint mounting evidence on back

VERY FINE AND CHOICE. A DESIRABLE UNUSED EXAMPLE OF THE FULL-FACE McKINLEY "GARBAGE" CARD.

Only one box of 500 was inadvertently released from Washington and all were preprinted shortly after receipt. It is generally believed that there are about 150 surviving unused cards.

With 2002 P.F. certificate. USPCC value $3,750.00

3,500
2,100
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215
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 215, Postal Cards1c Black on Buff, Full Face McKinley Postal Card, Die Proof (UX17P), 1c Black on Buff, Full Face McKinley Postal Card, Die Proof (UX17P)1c Black on Buff, Full Face McKinley Postal Card, Die Proof (UX17P). "Die Proof Of McKinley Postal Card./Issue Of 1901." two line imprint at bottom, more detailed impression and deeper shade than the issued cards is very evident when viewed side-by-side, fresh and crisp, Extremely Fine, UPSS Essay and Proof catalogue value $3,000.00

E. 1,500-2,000
1,000
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216
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 216, Postal Cards1c Blue on Bluish, Postal Card, Unshaded Background, Horizontal Paste-Up (UX22 var; USPCC S30PUh), 1c Blue on Bluish, Postal Card, Unshaded Background, Horizontal Paste-Up (UX22 var; USPCC S30PUh)1c Blue on Bluish, Postal Card, Unshaded Background, Horizontal Paste-Up (UX22 var; USPCC S30PUh). Mint, 49mm width light brown tape, Very Fine, with 2000 P.F. certificate, Scott Retail unlisted, USPCC value

350
425
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217
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 217, Postal Cards1c Blue on Bluish, Postal Card, Unshaded Background, Double Impression (UX22a; USPCC S30bh), 1c Blue on Bluish, Postal Card, Unshaded Background, Double Impression (UX22a; USPCC S30bh)1c Blue on Bluish, Postal Card, Unshaded Background, Double Impression (UX22a; USPCC S30bh). Unused with a printed address on back, intense second impression, barely noticeable bend at right edge, otherwise Very Fine, ex Stevens, with clear 2000 P.F. certificate, USPCC value $600.00, Scott Retail as Mint

950
600
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218
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 218, Postal Cards1c Red on Cream, Allentown Pa. "Adpostal" Card (UX24; USPCC S33), 1c Red on Cream, Allentown Pa. "Adpostal" Card (UX24; USPCC S33)1c Red on Cream, Allentown Pa. "Adpostal" Card (UX24; USPCC S33). Unused card for Valentine & Co. N.Y. (ca. 1911-15) with wonderful multi-colored two sided grocery advertising design, including images for Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes held by lady with an umbrella and "Who's the Lucky Man?" on front, back with Wrigley's Spearmint gum, Cream of Wheat and several others, ghost images on front are from the printed designs on back and are not toning, fresh and Extremely Fine, a beautiful adpostal card containing three iconic brands, these cards are sought after not just for their designs but also because they were sold at less than face value, the difference and profit to the company made up by charging for the advertising

E. 300-400
225
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219
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 219, Postal Cards1c Red on Cream, Allentown Pa. "Adpostal" Card (UX24; USPCC S33), 1c Red on Cream, Allentown Pa. "Adpostal" Card (UX24; USPCC S33)1c Red on Cream, Allentown Pa. "Adpostal" Card (UX24; USPCC S33). Unused card for Valentine & Co. N.Y. (ca. 1911-15) with wonderful multi-colored two sided grocery advertising design, including images for Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes with a small boy on front, back with Wrigley's Spearmint gum, Cream of Wheat and several others, ghost images on front are from the printed designs on back and are not toning, fresh and Extremely Fine, a beautiful adpostal card containing three iconic brands, these cards are sought after not just for their designs but also because they were sold at less than face value, the difference and profit to the company made up by charging for the advertising

E. 300-400
160
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220
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 220, Postal Cards1c Red on Cream, Allentown Pa. "Adpostal" Card (UX24; USPCC S33), 1c Red on Cream, Allentown Pa. "Adpostal" Card (UX24; USPCC S33)1c Red on Cream, Allentown Pa. "Adpostal" Card (UX24; USPCC S33). Card for Valentine & Co. N.Y. (ca. 1911-15), uncancelled and addressed to Worcester Mass. with written message on back, with multi-colored two sided grocery advertising design containing five images including Fleishmann's yeast, Very Fine, a colorful adpostal card, these cards are sought after not just for their designs but also because they were sold at less than face value, the difference and profit to the company made up by charging for the advertising

E. 150-200
200
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221
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 221, Postal Cards1c Green on Buff, Allentown Pa. "Adpostal" Card (UX27; USPCC S37), 1c Green on Buff, Allentown Pa. "Adpostal" Card (UX27; USPCC S37)1c Green on Buff, Allentown Pa. "Adpostal" Card (UX27; USPCC S37). Three unused cards for Valentine & Co. N.Y. (ca. 1911-15), each with the same multi-colored two sided grocery advertising design containing five images including Fleishmann's yeast, Very Fine, these cards are sought after not just for their designs but also because they were sold at less than face value, the difference and profit to the company made up by charging for the advertising

E. 300-400
275
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222
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 222, Postal Cards1c Green, Die I, Gray Rough-Surfaced Postal Card (UX27C; USPCC S38), 1c Green, Die I, Gray Rough-Surfaced Postal Card (UX27C; USPCC S38)1c Green, Die I, Gray Rough-Surfaced Postal Card (UX27C; USPCC S38). Mint card without printed address, absolutely pristine

EXTREMELY FINE. A FRESH AND DESIRABLE EXAMPLE OF THE RARE MINT DIE 1 ON GRAY ROUGH-SURFACED CARD.

In 1916, during a war-time paper shortage, this substandard grade of card stock was used temporarily, for a period of about two months. They were not sold singly, but were supplied to printers. This accounts for their great rarity without printed addresses. The printed address cards catalogue only $625.00.

With 2000 P.F. certificate. USPCC value $4,000.00

3,500
1,700
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223
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 223, Postal Cards1c Green, Die I, Gray Rough-Surfaced Postal Card (UX27C; USPCC S38), 1c Green, Die I, Gray Rough-Surfaced Postal Card (UX27C; USPCC S38)1c Green, Die I, Gray Rough-Surfaced Postal Card (UX27C; USPCC S38). Mint face card, without printed address on front and with Southern Railway Co. printed form on back, fresh and Very Fine, with 1999 P.F. certificate, in 1916, during a war-time paper shortage, this substandard grade of card was used temporarily, for a period of about two months, they were not sold singly, but were supplied to printers, Scott Retail for mint card $3,500.00 and for preprinted (face) $625.00, USPCC catalogue advises that "clean face" cards are valued somewhere between mint and unused, with the rarer cards being closer to the mint price ($4,000.00)

E. 750-1,000
750
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224
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 224, Postal Cards1c Dark Green, Die II, Gray Rough-Surfaced Postal Card (UX27D; USPCC S39), 1c Dark Green, Die II, Gray Rough-Surfaced Postal Card (UX27D; USPCC S39)1c Dark Green, Die II, Gray Rough-Surfaced Postal Card (UX27D; USPCC S39). Mint card without printed address, deep rich color, clearly showing the die type with distinctive coat and queue lines, faint trace of mounting evidence on back mentioned for accuracy

VERY FINE. AN EXTREMELY RARE EXAMPLE OF THE DIE II DESIGN ON THE PROVISIONAL GRAY ROUGH-SURFACED CARD. ONLY SIX ARE BELIEVED TO EXIST.

Like the previous two Die I lots, this issue was printed on substandard card stock, because of wartime paper shortages. Due to initial poor impressions, the die was recut to improve the design, resulting in this Die II variety. Proper card stock was obtained soon after the die recut was made so the Die II on this stock was used for a short period of time. Most were supplied to printers for application of printed addresses. However, a small quantity is believed to have been issued at the Hagerstown Md. post office.

With 2000 P.F. certificate. USPCC value $11,000.00

22,500
18,500
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225
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 225, Postal Cards1c Dark Green, Die II, Gray Rough-Surfaced Postal Card (UX27D; USPCC S39), 1c Dark Green, Die II, Gray Rough-Surfaced Postal Card (UX27D; USPCC S39)1c Dark Green, Die II, Gray Rough-Surfaced Postal Card (UX27D; USPCC S39). Mint face card, without printed address on front and with Southern Railway Co. printed form on back, deep dark color with clearly evident Die II characteristics, Very Fine, a highly collectible example of this rare Die II issue, with 1999 P.F. certificate, this substandard grade of card was used temporarily, for a period of about two months, they were not sold singly, but were supplied to printers, Scott Retail for mint card $22,500.00 and for preprinted (face) $550.00, USPCC catalogue advises that "clean face" cards are valued somewhere between mint and unused, with the rarer cards being closer to the mint price ($11,000.00)

E. 1,500-2,000
1,500
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226
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 226, Postal Cards1c on 2c Red on Cream, Die II, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Washington D.C. Canceling Machine One-Line Surcharge (UX31; USPCC S43), 1c on 2c Red on Cream, Die II, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Washington D.C. Canceling Machine One-Line Surcharge (UX31; USPCC S43)1c on 2c Red on Cream, Die II, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Washington D.C. Canceling Machine One-Line Surcharge (UX31; USPCC S43). Mint card, bright and fresh with crisp corners and edges

VERY FINE EXAMPLE OF THE WASHINGTON D.C. ONE-LINE BLACK SURCHARGE. ONE OF THE RAREST OF ALL NON-ERROR POSTAL CARD ISSUES.

With 1980 and 2000 P.F. certificates. USPCC value $4,750.00

4,250
3,750
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227
 
1920 1c on 2c Red on Buff or Cream, Postal Cards, Dies I and II, "1 CENT" Canceling Machine Surcharge Study (UX32-UX33; USPCC S44-S45, S48-S49). Study group housed in two binders, Die I includes approximately 39 cards, mostly Mint, wonderful range of cities represented, each with small cutouts from USPCC catalogue describing the machine surcharge and with pricing, incl. one Los Angeles with inverted surcharge at lower right of card, many of these Die I cards with USPCC values of $100.00, Die II includes approximately 48 cards, USPCC cutouts and same choice range of cities, several with better USPCC values, eight P.F. certificates accompany, study concludes with single examples of S48-2, S49-2 and S49-7, also S49-7 with double surcharge one inverted (on back), each of these with P.F. certificate, overall a fresh and outstanding study

E. 1,500-2,000
1,300
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228
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 228, Postal Cards1c on 2c Red on Buff, Die I, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Baltimore Canceling Machine Surcharge (UX32; USPCC S44-2), 1c on 2c Red on Buff, Die I, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Baltimore Canceling Machine Surcharge (UX32; USPCC S44-2)1c on 2c Red on Buff, Die I, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Baltimore Canceling Machine Surcharge (UX32; USPCC S44-2). Unused card with printed address and message, Very Fine, an extremely rare surcharge on this card, USPCC catalogue records only four unused and one used, with 2003 P.F. certificate

E. 400-500
850
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229
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 229, Postal Cards1c on 2c Red on Buff, Die II, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Detroit Canceling Machine Surcharge (UX32; USPCC S45-46), 1c on 2c Red on Buff, Die II, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Detroit Canceling Machine Surcharge (UX32; USPCC S45-46)1c on 2c Red on Buff, Die II, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Detroit Canceling Machine Surcharge (UX32; USPCC S45-46). Mint card, bright and crisp, Very Fine and choice, scarce, with 2001 P.F. certificate, USPCC value

700
800
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230
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 230, Postal Cards1c on 2c Red on Buff, Die I, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Washington D.C. Press-Printed Surcharge (UX34; USPCC S46-1), 1c on 2c Red on Buff, Die I, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Washington D.C. Press-Printed Surcharge (UX34; USPCC S46-1)1c on 2c Red on Buff, Die I, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Washington D.C. Press-Printed Surcharge (UX34; USPCC S46-1). Mint face with pre-printed reverse (Union Pacific Railway consignee notice), light vertical crease at left, otherwise Very Fine, with 2001 P.F. certificate, Scott Retail as mint

800
110
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231
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 231, Postal Cards1c on 2c Red on Buff, Die I, Postal Card, "1 CENT" San Francisco Press Printed Surcharge (UX34; USPCC S46-2), 1c on 2c Red on Buff, Die I, Postal Card, "1 CENT" San Francisco Press Printed Surcharge (UX34; USPCC S46-2)1c on 2c Red on Buff, Die I, Postal Card, "1 CENT" San Francisco Press Printed Surcharge (UX34; USPCC S46-2). Mint card, fresh and Very Fine, with 2000 P.F. certificate

800
425
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232
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 232, Postal Cards1c on 2c Red on Buff, Die I, Postal Card, "1 CENT" San Francisco Cal. Press-Printed Double Surcharge (UX34a; USPCC S46-2b), 1c on 2c Red on Buff, Die I, Postal Card, "1 CENT" San Francisco Cal. Press-Printed Double Surcharge (UX34a; USPCC S46-2b)1c on 2c Red on Buff, Die I, Postal Card, "1 CENT" San Francisco Cal. Press-Printed Double Surcharge (UX34a; USPCC S46-2b). Mint card, two bold and nicely displaced surcharges, Extremely Fine, scarce, with 1999 P.F. certificate, USPCC value $650.00

1,000
850
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233
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 233, Postal Cards1c on 2c Red on Cream, Die II, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Washington and San Francisco Press Printed Surcharges (UX35; USPCC S47-1, S47-2), 1c on 2c Red on Cream, Die II, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Washington and San Francisco Press Printed Surcharges (UX35; USPCC S47-1, S47-2)1c on 2c Red on Cream, Die II, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Washington and San Francisco Press Printed Surcharges (UX35; USPCC S47-1, S47-2). Single Mint cards of each, second with faint bend at lower right not mentioned on accompanying certificate, Very Fine, each with 2000 P.F. certificate, USPCC value

725
350
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234
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 234, Postal Cards1c on 2c Red on Cream, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Los Angeles Surcharge (UX36; USPCC S52), 1c on 2c Red on Cream, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Los Angeles Surcharge (UX36; USPCC S52)1c on 2c Red on Cream, Postal Card, "1 CENT" Los Angeles Surcharge (UX36; USPCC S52). Clear surcharge, "Long Beach Calif. Mar. 22, 1921 4PM" cancel, to local address, back of card with Long Beach Public Library notice notifying recipient that his book is reserved until Mar. 25, faint wrinkles/creasing not mentioned on accompanying certificate

VERY FINE. ONE OF ONLY THREE CONFIRMED EXAMPLES OF THE ICONIC "LIBRARY CARD". ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT RARITIES OF POSTAL CARD COLLECTING.

According to an article in Postal Stationery, the surcharging was done in order to provide for cards for the new 1c postal card rate, which was lowered from 2c after World War I. This particular card was revalued at the Los Angeles post office.

Four cards have been reported, but only three have been confirmed. Two have notices from the Long Beach Library. One has a notice regarding an Elks Club Christmas party. The fourth unconfirmed example is also supposed to have an Elks Club notice, but has not been seen in over 80 years and may be lost to philately.

With 1999 P.F. certificate. Unpriced in USPCC

100,000
47,500
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235
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 235, Postal Cards2c + 1c Carmine Rose on Buff, Postal Card, Ty. 1 Surcharge (UX47; USPCC S64-1), 2c + 1c Carmine Rose on Buff, Postal Card, Ty. 1 Surcharge (UX47; USPCC S64-1)2c + 1c Carmine Rose on Buff, Postal Card, Ty. 1 Surcharge (UX47; USPCC S64-1). Two Mint cards, ETR-1721-2 and ETR-1724-2 designs on back, Very Fine and choice examples of the so-called "GE" card, the first design was previously unreported before Scarsdale purchased it in a 2003 auction and the second is also a scarce design, the entire issue of 750,000 surcharged cards was sent to the General Electric Co. in Owensboro Ky., these cards have a variety of red and black advertisements and were to be distributed by various GE television repair shops for application of either handstamp or printed address and contact numbers, cards have a punch hole in them to facilitate attachment to the power cord as a reminder of who to call for service

E. 400-500
1,100
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236
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 236, Postal Cards2c + 1c Carmine Rose on Buff, Postal Card, Ty. 1 Surcharge (UX47; USPCC S64-1), 2c + 1c Carmine Rose on Buff, Postal Card, Ty. 1 Surcharge (UX47; USPCC S64-1)2c + 1c Carmine Rose on Buff, Postal Card, Ty. 1 Surcharge (UX47; USPCC S64-1). Mint card, ETR-1053-2 design on back, Very Fine example of the so-called "GE" card, this design is among the more elusive of those listed in USPCC catalogue, the entire issue of 750,000 surcharged cards was sent to the General Electric Co. in Owensboro Ky., these cards have a variety of red and black advertisements and were to be distributed by various GE television repair shops for application of either handstamp or printed address and contact numbers, cards have a punch hole in them to facilitate attachment to the power cord as a reminder of who to call for service, USPCC value $240.00

250
140
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237
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 237, Postal Cards2c + 1c Carmine Rose on Buff, Postal Card, Ty. 1 Surcharge (UX47; USPCC S64-1), 2c + 1c Carmine Rose on Buff, Postal Card, Ty. 1 Surcharge (UX47; USPCC S64-1)2c + 1c Carmine Rose on Buff, Postal Card, Ty. 1 Surcharge (UX47; USPCC S64-1). "Downers Grove Ill." machine cancel on card addressed locally, preprinted back as always, minor corner bend, fresh and Very Fine, nice quality used example of the so-called "GE" card, the entire issue of 750,000 surcharged cards was sent to the General Electric Co. in Owensboro Ky., these cards have a variety of red and black advertisements and were to be distributed by various GE television repair shops for application of either handstamp or printed address and contact numbers, cards have a punch hole in them to facilitate attachment to the power cord as a reminder of who to call for service, USPCC value $700.00

700
425
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238
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 238, Postal Cards2c + 1c Carmine Rose on Buff, Postal Card, Ty. 1 Surcharge (UX47; USPCC S64-1, S64-2), 2c + 1c Carmine Rose on Buff, Postal Card, Ty. 1 Surcharge (UX47; USPCC S64-1, S64-2)2c + 1c Carmine Rose on Buff, Postal Card, Ty. 1 Surcharge (UX47; USPCC S64-1, S64-2). 16 Mint cards, wide variety of General Electric advertising designs on back, Very Fine and desirable group of the so-called "GE" cards, the entire issue of 750,000 surcharged cards was sent to the General Electric Co. in Owensboro Ky., these cards have a variety of red and black advertisements and were to be distributed by various GE television repair shops for application of either handstamp or printed address and contact numbers, cards have a punch hole in them to facilitate attachment to the power cord as a reminder of who to call for service, USPCC value more than $3,600.00

E. 1,500-2,000
2,025
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239
c
Sale Number 1039, Lot Number 239, Postal Cards2c + 1c Carmine Rose on Buff, Postal Card, Inverted Ty. 2 Surcharge at Bottom Left (UX47a; USPCC S64-2F), 2c + 1c Carmine Rose on Buff, Postal Card, Inverted Ty. 2 Surcharge at Bottom Left (UX47a; USPCC S64-2F)2c + 1c Carmine Rose on Buff, Postal Card, Inverted Ty. 2 Surcharge at Bottom Left (UX47a; USPCC S64-2F). Mint face with preprinted back as always, wonderfully fresh, Very Fine, with 2002 P.F. certificate, the so-called "GE" card, as the entire issue of 750,000 surcharged cards was sent to the General Electric Co. in Owensboro Ky., these cards have a variety of red and black advertisements and were to be distributed by various GE television repair shops for application of either handstamp or printed address and contact numbers, cards have a punch hole in them to facilitate attachment to the power cord as a reminder of who to call for service, USPCC value $500.00

500
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