EXTREMELY FINE USED EXAMPLE OF THE 1857 5-CENT ON 13-CENT PROVISIONAL SURCHARGE.
The 5c provisional surcharge was necessary due to a shortage of 5c stamps just after the transition from Postmaster Whitney to Jackson. Most were made by Jackson's clerk, Alvah Clark, around the Start of 1857. New supplies of the 5c stamp (Scott No. 8) were received at the end of June 1857.
Ex Golden. With 1980 A.P.S. and 2011 Hawaiian Philatelic Society certificates.
VERY FINE APPEARING UNUSED EXAMPLE OF THE 1859 ONE-CENT BLUE HAWAIIAN NUMERAL ISSUE.
With 2015 P.S.E. certificate
VERY FINE APPEARING UNUSED EXAMPLE OF THE 1862 2-CENT NUMERAL ON GREENISH BLUE PAPER. A SUPERB STAMP IN EVERY RESPECT.
Our Honolulu Advertiser sale contained only three unused examples of this stamp, none with original gum, and only one was sound. The Pietsch sale contained two sound copies, both without gum. We have only offered two with original gum since keeping computerized records.
With 2006 P.F. and 2015 P.S.E. certificates, the latter describing the thin spot as "very tiny"