1c Trans-Mississippi (285). Bottom right corner imprint and plate no. 590 block of 25 with half-arrows at selvage corners, representing the bottom half of the right pane of 50, mostly Mint N.H., plate block hinged with h.r. in selvage reinforcing some perf separations, well-centered essentially throughout, Very Fine and choice large plate number multiple
4c-50c Trans-Mississippi (287-291). Blocks of four, 4c is a lightly hinged imprint and plate no. block, 5c slightly disturbed original gum, 8c lightly hinged with two Mint N.H., 10c some h.r., 50c bottom stamps Mint N.H., fresh colors, mostly Fine with the 5c block Very Fine, the 50c Very Good-Fine
$2.00 Trans-Mississippi (293). Natural s.e. at left, used with 8c Violet Brown (272), pair of 15c Olive Green (284) and 50c Trans-Mississippi (291), tied by New York registry ovals on blue piece, part of registry label, Very Fine, a colorful and unusual item, this must have been part of a large and heavy registered package, ex "World's Fair", with 1985 P.F. certificate
$2.00 Trans-Mississippi (293). Block of four, original gum, bottom right stamp barest trace of hinging and bottom left stamp stands a decent chance of a Mint N.H. certificate, top pair small h.r, strong color and impression, nice centering and margins
VERY FINE. A BEAUTIFUL ORIGINAL-GUM BLOCK OF THE $2.00 TRANS-MISSISSIPPI ISSUE.