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Sale 1054 — The Dr. Irvin Heimburger Collection of 1869 Pictorial Issues

Sale Date — Thursday, 10 October, 2013

Category — Collateral Material

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
301
 
Sale Number 1054, Lot Number 301, Collateral MaterialPost Office Department Announcement of 1869 Pictorial Issue, Post Office Department Announcement of 1869 Pictorial IssuePost Office Department Announcement of 1869 Pictorial Issue. Printed notice dated March 1, 1869, from A. N. Zevely, Third Assistant Postmaster General, describing 1869 Issue and specifically noting denomination change from 5c to 6c and size of 1c-12c sheets (150 vs. 100), sent to postmaster at West Brook Conn., fresh and Very Fine, a wonderful frontispiece for an 1869 Pictorial Issue collection

E. 300-400
1,100
302
 
Sale Number 1054, Lot Number 302, Collateral MaterialU.S. and Obsolete Bank Notes for the 1869 Pictorial Issue, U.S. and Obsolete Bank Notes for the 1869 Pictorial IssueU.S. and Obsolete Bank Notes for the 1869 Pictorial Issue. Six bank notes depicting engravings similar to stamp designs for the 1869 Pictorial Issue, incl. $5.00 National Bank Note of Belvidere N.J. First Charter depicting the Landing of Columbus as on the 15c stamps (Friedberg No. 397, two light file folds, margins to touched at top, Very Fine), $10.00 "Dix" Citizen's Bank of Louisiana obsolete bank note depicting the S.S. Adriatic as on the 12c stamp, also obsolete bank notes depicting the Declaration of Independence (24c), the "Crossing" (3c), Washington (6c) and Lincoln (90c), Very Fine and wonderful collateral for an 1869 collection

E. 750-1,000
1,600
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303
 
Sale Number 1054, Lot Number 303, Collateral MaterialAbraham Lincoln Portrait, Abraham Lincoln PortraitAbraham Lincoln Portrait. On India and die sunk on 100 x 128mm card with full die sinkage, with "Abraham Lincoln", "141" die no. and "American Bank Note Co." imprint, top corners of card clipped, card with some toning, still Very Fine, scarce and desirable with the imprints, based on the official Presidential Portrait by C. S. German, this was originally used for currency and was later adopted for use on the 15c 1866 Issue and the 90c 1869 Pictorial

E. 200-300
550
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