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Sale 1223 — U.S. Postal History and U.S. Gold Coins

Sale Date — Thursday-Friday, 4-5 June, 2020

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Category — 20th Century and Air Post Covers

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
8566
c
Sale Number 1223, Lot Number 8566, 20th Century and Air Post Covers2c Hudson-Fulton (372), 2c Hudson-Fulton (372)2c Hudson-Fulton (372). Tied by "Lancaster Pa. Sep. 25 09 12:30 AM" First Day machine cancel on beautiful "Fulton Souvenir" postcard depicting Robert Fulton and steamboat, addressed to Columbia Pa., Very Fine first day use, Scott value $1,500.00

E. 400-500
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8567
c
Sale Number 1223, Lot Number 8567, 20th Century and Air Post Covers2c White Plains Souvenir Sheet (630), 2c White Plains Souvenir Sheet (630)2c White Plains Souvenir Sheet (630). Cancelled and tied by multiple strikes of "New York Philatelic Station Oct. 1926" circular datestamp on buff registered cover to Los Angeles Cal., multiple New York backstamps dated Oct. 23 and Oct. 26, cover with a couple small edge tears but the sheet itself is attractive and sound, Very Fine

E. 400-500
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8568
c
Sale Number 1223, Lot Number 8568, 20th Century and Air Post Covers10c Lindbergh, Booklet Pane (C10a), 10c Lindbergh, Booklet Pane (C10a)10c Lindbergh, Booklet Pane (C10a). Two covers, each with First Day cancel from Cleveland, one Position H with blue cachet, other Position C with purple cachet, Very Fine, latter ex Gibson and Goodwin

1,600
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8569
c
Sale Number 1223, Lot Number 8569, 20th Century and Air Post Covers1928, Return to America Graf Zeppelin Flight (Sieger 22A), 1928, Return to America Graf Zeppelin Flight (Sieger 22A)1928, Return to America Graf Zeppelin Flight (Sieger 22A). Specially prepared Roessler card with 1c, 3c, 30c and 30c stamps, the 1c with "Graf Zeppelin" overprint, tied by "Lakehurst, N.J., Oct. 28, 1928" duplex datestamp and addressed to Switzerland, appropriate cachet, Friedrichschafen and receiving backstamps, card with light bend, still Very Fine, the stamp with overprint was created by Roessler, who was upset that the U.S. had not appropriately commemorated the Graf Zeppelin's flight to the U.S., he almost went to jail for fraudulently issuing a stamp, ex Fishbain and Bailar

E. 100-150
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8570
c
Sale Number 1223, Lot Number 8570, 20th Century and Air Post Covers65c, $1.30 Graf Zeppelin (C13-C14), 65c, $1.30 Graf Zeppelin (C13-C14)65c, $1.30 Graf Zeppelin (C13-C14). Two covers, first with horizontal pair of 65c tied by "Lakehurst N.J. May 30 12PM 1930" waving flag machine cancel on cover to Berlin, Germany, usual cachets, Friedrichschafen and Berlin backstamps, second with single $1.30 tied by same cancel on same day to Friedrichschafen, Germany, usual cachets, receiving backstamp, Very Fine pair of covers

E. 400-500
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8571
c
Sale Number 1223, Lot Number 8571, 20th Century and Air Post Covers65c Graf Zeppelin (C13), 65c Graf Zeppelin (C13)65c Graf Zeppelin (C13). Block of four, tied by "New York N.Y. Apr. 21 4PM 1930" duplex datestamp on Air M ail cover, block also tied by purple cachet, Lakehurst backstamp (May 31), Very Fine and attractive flown cover

E. 400-500
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8572
c
Sale Number 1223, Lot Number 8572, 20th Century and Air Post Covers$1.30 Graf Zeppelin (C14), $1.30 Graf Zeppelin (C14)$1.30 Graf Zeppelin (C14). Tied by "Varick St. Sta. N.Y. May 7 8-PM 1930" machine cancel on cacheted cover with illustration of Dr. Hugo Eckener to East Orange N.J., Seville, Spain backstamps (May 19), New York backstamp (June 23), Very Fine and attractive Roessler cover

E. 300-400
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8573
c
Sale Number 1223, Lot Number 8573, 20th Century and Air Post Covers$1.30 Graf Zeppelin (C14), $1.30 Graf Zeppelin (C14)$1.30 Graf Zeppelin (C14). Tied by "Lakehurst N.J. Jun. 1 10AM 1930" duplex datestamp on cacheted cover depicting a graf zeppelin and also the statue of liberty, to Seville, Spain, Seville (June 30) and New York (June 23) backstamps, Very Fine and very unusual use, Roessler backstamp

E. 300-400
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8574
c
Sale Number 1223, Lot Number 8574, 20th Century and Air Post Covers$1.30-$2.60 Graf Zeppelin (C14-C15), $1.30-$2.60 Graf Zeppelin (C14-C15)$1.30-$2.60 Graf Zeppelin (C14-C15). One of each, tied by "New York, N.Y. Varick St. Sta. May 7 8:30PM 1930" duplex datestamp on cacheted cover depicting a graf zeppelin flying over the statue of liberty, to East Orange N.J., usual cachets, Friedrichschafen backstamp, Very Fine and attractive Roessler cover, Scott value as off-cover stamps $900.00

E. 400-500
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8575
c
Sale Number 1223, Lot Number 8575, 20th Century and Air Post Covers$1.30-$2.60 Graf Zeppelin (C14-C15), $1.30-$2.60 Graf Zeppelin (C14-C15)$1.30-$2.60 Graf Zeppelin (C14-C15). Tied by "New York, N.Y. Grand Central Sta. Apr. 28 2PM 1930" duplex datestamp on cacheted cover to Muskogee Okla., typed routing instructions at top, Friedrichschafen and receiving backstamps, Very Fine and attractive use

E. 400-500
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8576
c
Sale Number 1223, Lot Number 8576, 20th Century and Air Post Covers$1.30-$2.60 Graf Zeppelin (C14-C15), $1.30-$2.60 Graf Zeppelin (C14-C15)$1.30-$2.60 Graf Zeppelin (C14-C15). On separate covers, $1.30 on Zeppelin post card and $2.60 on Air Mail entire, both flown with appropriate cachets, from New York to Chicago, $1.30 with a slight internal cut, appears Very Fine, $2.60 Very Fine

950
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8577
c
Air Post Cover Balance. Six items, including C18 on First Day cover with special cachet, C18 on cacheted cover from Miami and flown to Chicago, C10a without top tab on cacheted cover, Very Fine group

E. 200-300
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8578
c
Sale Number 1223, Lot Number 8578, 20th Century and Air Post Covers1932, July 5, Mattern and Griffin Round the World Flight (AAMC 1167), 1932, July 5, Mattern and Griffin Round the World Flight (AAMC 1167)1932, July 5, Mattern and Griffin Round the World Flight (AAMC 1167). U.S., German and Russian franking appropriately tied on flown cover to New York City, signed by Mattern and Griffin, light toning bands which are found on all covers on this flight, Fine, only ten covers are believed to have been carried on this flight, AAMC value $1,500.00

E. 400-500
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