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Sale 1210 — The Joseph Antizzo Collection of Embossed Revenue Stamped Paper

Sale Date — Wednesday, 23 October, 2019

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Category — First Federal Issue: Delaware

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
2034
 
Sale Number 1210, Lot Number 2034, First Federal Issue: Delaware4c Delaware (RM58), 4c Delaware (RM58)4c Delaware (RM58). Remarkably clear embossing at left of bill of lading dated September 16, 1800, with beautiful illustration of a sailing ship in the letter "S" of printed text, some manuscript from the bill over the embossing which also has a light file fold, some strengthening of vertical file fold well away from embossing, Very Fine impression and attractive

350
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2035
 
Sale Number 1210, Lot Number 2035, First Federal Issue: Delaware10c Delaware (RM59), 10c Delaware (RM59)10c Delaware (RM59). Clear impression at top left of handwritten promissory note dated March 18, 1799, some slight waterstaining not affecting embossing, Very Fine impression

350
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2036
 
Sale Number 1210, Lot Number 2036, First Federal Issue: Delaware20c Delaware (RM60), 20c Delaware (RM60)20c Delaware (RM60). Clear impression at top left of handwritten promissory note dated November 10, 1800, vertical file fold affects embossing, otherwise Very Fine, scarce, the Combs survey notes only nine known examples

650
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2037
 
Sale Number 1210, Lot Number 2037, First Federal Issue: Delaware25c Delaware (RM61), 25c Delaware (RM61)25c Delaware (RM61). Clear impression at top left of handwritten promissory note dated April 14, 1800, horizontal file fold with light toning affects embossing, still a Very Fine impression

450
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2038
 
Sale Number 1210, Lot Number 2038, First Federal Issue: Delaware50c Delaware (RM63), 50c Delaware (RM63)50c Delaware (RM63). Clear impression at top left of handwritten attorney's license dated July 4, 1800, mentions Caesar A. Rodney, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, as one of the appointed examiners, with impression of seal of the Delaware Supreme Court at lower left, some sensible mends along file folds,, Very Fine impression, the Combs survey states only nine known, ex Joyce

700
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2039
 
Sale Number 1210, Lot Number 2039, First Federal Issue: Delaware75c Delaware (RM64), 75c Delaware (RM64)75c Delaware (RM64). Clear impression at top left of part-printed bond dated October 8, 1799, vertical file fold affects embossing, some sensible reinforcements along folds, still Very Fine and very rare, only four are recorded in the Combs survey and this is the first we have offered since keeping digital records, ex Makepeace

900
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