Sale 1057 — The Curtis Collection: 1847-1901 Issues

Sale Date — Thursday, 7 November, 2013

Category — Group Lots

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
889
og
Small Classic Balance (24/123). Five unused stamps, incl. original gum Nos. 24, 26 (Mint N.H.), 35 (crease), no gum Nos. 112 and 123, Fine-Very Fine, No. 112 with 1994 P.F. certificate

890
450
890
og
3c 1861-68 Issues (56, 88, 94). Three better unused 3c stamps, incl. First Design, E. and F. Grills, original gum, nice contrast of colors with each a distinctly different shade, each with flaws which are not immediately evident, Fine appearance, Nos. 56 and 88 with P.F. certificates

1,900
450
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891
og
1870-93 Bank Note Issues, Balance (156/218). 17 unused stamps, mostly original gum, incl. Nos. 156 (no gum, XF 90J), another 156 (OGh, F 70J), 158 ( OG, VF-XF 85), 183, 184 (OGph, XF 90J), another 184 (no gum), 206, 210 pair on laid paper, 210 (regummed and reperfed), 214, 218 (tiny repair), 219, 219D, 223, 225 (OGph, XF-Superb 95), 226, a few with small flaws, Fine-Extremely Fine appearance, several certificates accompany

2,292
1,300
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892
og
1894-98 Bureau Issues, Balance (248/282). 18 original gum stamps, incl. Nos. 248, 252, 253, 254, 255, 257, 258, 265, 268, 269, 271, 272, 279, 279Bc, 279Bd, 280, 282, bright colors and decent margins and centering essentially throughout, a small flaw or two, overall Very Fine group, two certificates accompany

1,754
1,200
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893
og
Small Commemorative Balance (233/297). Five original gum stamps, 4c and 5c Columbians with wide margins, 1c and 4c Trans-Mississippi, 1c perfectly centered but with tiny tear (VF-XF 85), 4c well-centered but reperfed, 5c Pan-American, Very Fine-Extremely Fine or appear so

320
190
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