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Sale 1182 — United States and Confederate States Postal History

Sale Date — Tuesday, 22 May, 2018

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*A buyer’s premium of 18% of the winning bid was added as part of the total purchase price on all lots in this sale. Buyers were responsible for applicable sales tax, customs duty and any other prescribed charges. By placing a bid, bidders agreed to the terms and conditions in effect at the time of the sale.

Category — Bank Note and Later Issues

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
130
c
Sale Number 1182, Lot Number 130, Bank Note and Later Issues6c Dull Pink, 10c Brown (159, 161), 6c Dull Pink, 10c Brown (159, 161)6c Dull Pink, 10c Brown (159, 161). Two 1873 covers, each with single of 6c and 10c, each tied by circle of wedges on blue folded cover to Cadiz, Spain, each with red New York 12c credit circular datestamp (Nov. 5 and Nov. 12), London transits, red "PD" in ovals, light horizontal file folds, Very Fine pair of covers paying the 16c rate by British Mails via France, from the Gomez correspondence

E. 200-300
475
131
c
Sale Number 1182, Lot Number 131, Bank Note and Later Issues1c Green, Coil (385), 1c Green, Coil (385)1c Green, Coil (385). Strip of three and single, tied by "San Francisco Calif. Oct. 19, 1920 6-AM" machine cancel on cover to Syracuse N.Y., three stamps with trifle heavy creases, otherwise Fine, scarce used on cover, ex Gimelson, with 2017 P.F. certificate

E. 200-300
250
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132
c
Sale Number 1182, Lot Number 132, Bank Note and Later Issues2c Pale Carmine Red, Ty. I (461), 2c Pale Carmine Red, Ty. I (461)2c Pale Carmine Red, Ty. I (461). Full top plate no. 7259 block of six with wide selvage, tied by lightly struck Washington D.C. ovals, Feb. 20, 1917 datestamp on back of registered cover mailed locally by H.F. Colman

VERY FINE AND CHOICE. AN EXTREMELY RARE USE OF THE 1915 2-CENT PERF 11 SINGLE-LINE WATERMARK PLATE BLOCK ON COVER. PROBABLY THE ONLY FULL TOP PLATE BLOCK OF THIS SCARCE ISSUE EXTANT ON COVER.

Ex Dr. Martin. With 1996 A.P.S. certificate. Scott Retail $3,750.00 as a used block of four and two singles. The plate block is not priced used or on cover

E. 1,500-2,000
1,200
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133
c
Sale Number 1182, Lot Number 133, Bank Note and Later Issues1c-10c Kansas-Nebraska (658-679), 1c-10c Kansas-Nebraska (658-679)1c-10c Kansas-Nebraska (658-679). Complete set of 22 in blocks of four, each tied by "Washington D.C. May 1, 1929 5PM" First Day duplex cancel on separate covers serviced by C. E. Nickles with matching addresses to Dr. H. S. Paine in Miami FL

EXTREMELY FINE. THIS IS THE FINEST MATCHED SET OF FIRST DAY COVERS WITH KANSAS-NEBRASKA OVERPRINTS IN BLOCKS OF FOUR WE HAVE EVER SEEN.

The condition of this set is absolutely and unusually pristine.

Ex Dr. Martin

E. 2,000-3,000
850
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134
c
Sale Number 1182, Lot Number 134, Bank Note and Later Issues-1/2c-$5, -1/2c-$5-1/2c-$5.00 Presidential (803-834, 839-851, Planty #15). Outstanding complete set of William Raley cachets, including booklet panes (Nos. 804b, 806b and 807a) and coil issues (Nos. 839-851), for the sheet Nos. 803-834 all covers are franked with plate number singles (-1/2c and 1c are plate blocks) and matched typed addresses to Raymond Talbert in Washington D.C., Very Fine, a beautiful set in superb condition, also rare as a complete set including all the booklets and coils, ex Dr. Martin

E. 500-750
325
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