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United States Stamps continued...

1914-1916 WASHINGTON-FRANKLIN COILS continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
681 nhu 447 image#447, 5c Blue flat plate coil, perf. 10 vert., mint pair, unusually well centered and margined, deep intense color and a prooflike impression, fresh clean o.g., n.h., extremely fine; 2006 PSE certificate (VF-XF 85; SMQ $330.00). (Image) $240.00

SOLD for $210.00
Will close during Public Auction
682 og 447 image#447, 5c Blue flat plate coil, perf. 10 vert., joint line pair, uncommonly well centered within large margins, deep intense color and impression, o.g., l.h. on the right stamp, n.h. on the left stamp, choice very fine; 2006 PF certificate. (Image) $260.00

SOLD for $210.00
Will close during Public Auction
683 EDU 447 image#447, 5c Blue flat plate coil, perf. 10 vert., unusually scarce pair, especially when found on cover, tied to registered return receipt cover along with two 1c Green (#405, 424) on 2c Carmine on white postal entire (#U411), May 9, 1916 earliest documented usage, posted from Washington, D.C. with ovals tying the stamps and Station G c.d.s. of that city on the reverse, backstamped Cleveland, Ohio, clean and choice cover, very fine; a particularly desirable earliest documented usage with a coil pair; 2003 APS certificate; ex-"Alpha". (Image) Est. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
684 O 449 image#449, 2c Red rotary coil, Ty. I, perf. 10 horiz., gem used single, excellent centering within wide margins, rich bright color, wavy machine cancel, an extremely fine example of this scarce coil; 1994 PF certificate. (Image) $600.00

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
685 O 449 image#449, 2c Red rotary coil, Ty. I, perf. 10 horiz., excellent centering within wide margins, strong rich color in the characteristic shade of genuine stamps, wavy machine cancel, extremely fine; a premium used example of this very scarce coil; 2003 PSE certificate. (Image) $600.00

SOLD for $525.00
Will close during Public Auction
686 c 449 image#449, 2c Red rotary coil, Ty. I, perf. 10 horiz., single tied to legal size corner card cover of the Murphy Chair Company of Detroit by "Detroit/Mich./Nov 6/1915" machine postmark, a very early usage and formerly the earliest documented usage, subsequently a non-cover usage has been recorded on October 29, 1915 and a cover on November 4th, both just a few days before this, small stamp and cover faults, fine and a very rare usage on any contemporaneous cover; 1983 AFDCS earliest documneted cover report when this was the EDU and 1983 PF certificate; ex-Fisher. (Image) $1,350.00

SOLD for $110.00
Will close during Public Auction
687 EDU 450 image#450, 2c Carmine rotary coil, Ty. III, perf. 10 horiz., select single tied to exceptionally clean and attractive corner card of P.K. Wilson & Son, Importers, especially neatly tied by full New York, N.Y. Station O flag machine cancel, this being the December 21, 1915 earliest documented usage, stamp lifted and replaced for identification, extremely fine in all respects; this issue had previously been thought to have been issued in 1916, this being the only known cover used in the year 1915; 1989 PF certificate; ex-Hadley, "Alpha". (Image) Est. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,150.00
Will close during Public Auction
688 nhu 453 image#453, 2c Carmine rose rotary coil, Ty. I, perf. 10 vert., an extraordinarily choice joint line pair, possessing brilliantly rich color and a strong impression, impeccably well centered, o.g., n.h., extremely fine; an elusive line pair in any condition, but truly rare in this outstanding quality; 2004 PF certificate and a 2006 PSE certificate (VF-XF 85; SMQ $2,400.00). (Image) $1,550.00

SOLD for $1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
689 nhu 454 image#454, 2c Red rotary coil, Ty. II, perf. 10 vert., a fabulous quality mint pair, precisely centered within large margins, rich vibrant color, unblemished o.g., n.h., a superb coil pair; 2006 PSE certificate (Superb 98; SMQ $2,050.00); one of only two pairs to grade 98, with just one grading higher (98J). (Image) $375.00

SOLD for $2,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
690 og 454 image#454, 2c Red rotary coil, Ty. II, perf. 10 vert., mint pair, exceedingly well centered and margined, bright fresh color, o.g., l.h., extremely fine; 2006 PF certificate. (Image) $175.00

SOLD for $125.00
Will close during Public Auction
691 nh 454 image#454, 2c Red rotary coil, Ty. II, perf. 10 vert., attractive joint line pair, unusually well centered, bright and fresh, o.g., n.h., choice very fine; 1988 and 2000 PF certificates. (Image) $900.00

SOLD for $525.00
Will close during Public Auction
692 nhu 455 image#455, 2c Carmine rotary coil, Ty. III, perf. 10 vert., mint pair, deep radiant color and an especially intense impression, extraordinarily well centered, immaculate o.g., n.h., extremely fine; 2006 PSE certificate (XF-Superb 95; SMQ $170.00). (Image) $45.00

SOLD for $325.00
Will close during Public Auction
693 nhu 455 image#455, 2c Carmine rotary coil, Ty. III, perf. 10 vert., joint line pair, excellent centering within large margins, brilliantly rich color, o.g., n.h., extremely fine; 2002 PSE certificate (XF-Superb 95; SMQ $420.00); the highest grade awarded to a #455 line pair, being one of three. (Image) $110.00

SOLD for $290.00
Will close during Public Auction
694 nhu 456 image#456, 3c Violet rotary coil, Ty. I, perf. 10 vert., fresh mint single, large margins, o.g., n.h., nearly very fine; 2006 PSE certificate (F-VF 75; SMQ does not price this grade). (Image) $525.00

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
695 nhu 456 image#456, 3c Violet rotary coil, Ty. I, perf. 10 vert., a magnificent mint pair, being in the finest attainable quality, flawlessly centered amid large margins, exceedingly fresh, with strong rich color on crisp paper, pristine o.g., n.h., superb; a truly rare coil pair in this outstanding condition; 2006 PSE certificate (Superb 98; SMQ $7,150.00); not only is this the highest grade given to any #456, it is the only pair to receive this highly desirable grade. (Image) $1,250.00

SOLD for $5,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
696 nh 456 image#456, 3c Violet rotary coil, Ty. I, perf. 10 vert., joint line pair, attractively cut outside the perfs. to show portions of the adjoining stamps at the sides, exceptionally well centered, marvelously bright and fresh, o.g., n.h., choice very fine; a handsome example of this elusive line pair; 1978 and 1997 PF certificates. (Image) $2,600.00

SOLD for $1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
697 O 456 var. image#456 var., 3c Red violet rotary coil, Ty. I, perf. 10 vert., pretty used example in this distinctive color, uncharacteristically well centered and margined, bright fresh color on pristine white paper, lightly cancelled, extremely fine; 2002 PF certificate specifically identifying this as the Red violet shade. (Image) $110.00

SOLD for $575.00
Will close during Public Auction
698 EDU 457 image#457, 4c Brown rotary coil, perf. 10 vert., exceptionally scarce joint line pair and single, both items with small portion of manila coil leader tape at right, tied to registered Navy Athletic Association corner card cover to Philadelphia by Annapolis, MD. ovals, November 5, 1915 earliest documented usage, Annapolis registry c.d.s. on reverse, backstamped, cover opened at top and also slightly reduced at bottom, otherwise very fine; this cover is extremely interesting in a number of ways, this coil was apparently issued for general distribution in February of 1916, but a small quantity was sent to Annapolis in late 1915 where they were used on covers, such as this, to send tickets for the Army-Navy game, these being sent to his brother by Vice-Admiral Blakely, a most unusual franking with the joint line pair and leader tape on a very early cover that Siskin speculated might even be a first day cover; signed by Siskin, Agris and accompanied by clear 1989 APS certificate; ex-Siskin, Agris and "Alpha". (Image) Est. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,150.00
Will close during Public Auction
699 EDU 458 image#458, 5c Blue rotary coil, perf. 10 vert., single plus 4c Brown flat plate coil single (#446), both well centered with deep colors, tied to obsolete 3c Green on white postal entire (#U163), April 6, 1916 earliest documented usage for the 5c Coil, registered to Muscatine, Iowa with the stamps tied by New York, Hudson Terminal ovals, registry c.d.s. of that station on the reverse, backstamped, attractive advertising label on the reverse for Economist Stamp Co., very fine; a rare franking in addition to being the desirable earliest documented usage; 1999 APS certificate; ex-"Alpha". (Image) Est. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,050.00
Will close during Public Auction
700 nh 461 image#461, 2c Pale carmine red, excellent centering within rather large margins, wonderfully bright and fresh, o.g., n.h., extremely fine; a lovely example of this elusive stamp; 2003 PF certificate. (Image) $325.00

SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction

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