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United States Stamps continued...

COVER LARGE LOTS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1361 FDC 551/651, C8-9 #551/651, C8-9, First day cover collection of 36 mostly different covers of the 1920's, 30 of these are regular issues of the 1922-26 series including perf. 11 and 10, we note values as high as the 30c Brown (#569), includes 3c Violet from Hodgenville, Ky and an unofficial city of Alexandria, Va., plus 13c Green from Indianapolis, Ind. and North Bend, Ohio, also includes several commemoratives including a cacheted 2c Harding (#610) and others, virtually all are quite clean and fine-very fine; catalog value well in excess of $4,250.00. Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
1362 FDC 705/856 #705/855, First day cover accumulation of 225 cacheted covers from the 1930's, over 150 are 1938 Presidentials to the 50c with up to four of each, all with printed cachets and including most coils and four each of the three booklet panes, also includes some nice commemoratives of the period including a 5c Olympics and five 3c Baseball, fine-very fine. Est. $500-750

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
1363 c C5/18 C5/18, Small air mail cover lot consisting of six Zeppelin covers including two flown cards or covers of each of the 65c and $1.30 Zeppelin values plus a large cover with the $2.60 value, also a nice printed cacheted cover for the Miami to Chicago Century of Progress flight and a #C5 on a lovely hand-illustrated June 14, 1927 cover depicting the "Spirit of St. Louis" between New York and Paris celebrating Lindbergh's successful May 20th record flight, condition varies, mostly fine or better. Est. $500-750

SOLD for $1,250.00
Will close during Public Auction

Worldwide

ADEN
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1364 c 12 12, 1937, 10R Olive green, top right corner margin single with control no. 013, tied to registered and insured cover with wax seals of the postmaster of Aden on the reverse,
tied by AdenReg3 Aug. 37 double-circle c.d.s., posted to Palestine,#12, 1937, 10R Olive green, top right corner margin single with control no. 013, tied to registered and insured cover with wax seals of the postmaster of Aden on the reverse, tied by "Aden/Reg/3 Aug. 37" double-circle c.d.s., posted to Palestine, on the reverse are Egyptian transits, backstamped Tel-Aviv, the bottom third of the cover has been severed and hinged back in place, but all elements of the cover are present and not affecting the stamp which is a very fine and a premium example of this key high value legitimately used (S.G. #12; £400 for used stamp). (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction
ADEN COLLECTIONS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1365 O 1937-66 Aden and Aden Protectorate States extensive used collection/accumulation, of over 250 selected used stamps, starts with the issues of Aden proper from the first Dow issue complete to to the 5R and then complete through the 1959-63 issue with a few later, includes extra copies showing shades, printings and cancels, the Kathiri State of Seiyun and Qu'aiti State in Hadhramaut issue that start in 1942 are collected in the same fashion and generally complete for the same period, of greatest significance in all three areas are the many high values of the definitive series which often include a couple of examples of each, also all three 1948 Wedding sets are present, and even includes over 20 different Indian stamps with various Aden cancels, all are fresh and attractive, fine-very fine with most very fine or better; a difficult area to acquire quality used stamps (S.G. catalog value over £650). Est. $400-500

SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1366 c 1889-1959 Postal history collection of twenty covers and cards, includes eight mostly cards with Indian postage including a scarce 1930 registered cover to South Africa from the small and short-lived post office of Perim, also includes three paquebot covers with stamps of Great Britain, the rest are franked with the issues of Aden, mostly George VI issues including a couple of air mail covers to the United States with different "O.A.T." handstamps (onward air transmission), even the 1955 Qu'aite State in Hadhramaut set cplt. on two FDC's, condition varies including some faults, mostly fine or better. Est. $200-300

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
ANTIGUA
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1367 c 1816 AntiguaJan 20 large fleuron postmark on attractive entire folded letter to Donington in Gloucestershire, England, a nice fresh strike with all letters clear, something
that rarely occurs on this large marking, rated 21 in manuscript wi1816 "Antigua/Jan 20" large fleuron postmark on attractive entire folded letter to Donington in Gloucestershire, England, a nice fresh strike with all letters clear, something that rarely occurs on this large marking, rated "2/1" in manuscript with directions to go by packet on January 20th, light normal file folds, very fine and choice; a rare example of this attractive early marking. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $210.00
Will close during Public Auction
1368 c S.G. #CC1 S.G. CC1, PaidatAntigua Crowned-circle red handstamp, a remarkably full and strong strike of this rare frank on 1861 cover to England, AntiguaJA 31 61 small c.d.s. on the
reverse, posted to Whitehaven and rated 6 in manuscript, red LondS.G. #CC1, "Paid/at/Antigua" Crowned-circle red handstamp, a remarkably full and strong strike of this rare frank on 1861 cover to England, "Antigua/JA 31 61" small c.d.s. on the reverse, posted to Whitehaven and rated "6" in manuscript, red London transit on the front, backstamped, quite fresh with only a trace of edge aging, very fine and quite rare with such a choice strike of this popular marking; enclosure included (S.G. £650). (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1369 O 1 1, 1862 6p Blue green, attractive used example of this first issue, scissors separated at top to give large margins all around, something that one rarely sees on this issue,
blind perforations at top just above the label at top typical of this f#1, 1862 6p Blue green, attractive used example of this first issue, scissors separated at top to give large margins all around, something that one rarely sees on this issue, blind perforations at top just above the label at top typical of this first rough perforation, neat black "A02" in bars cancel, very fine (S.G. #1; £500). (Image) $575.00

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
1370 O 30 30, 1903 5- Purple and gray green on ordinary paper, an exceptionally rare used horizontal pair with light St. Johns cancel of December 1910, very well centered, fresh with
rich and attractive colors, o.g., very fine this high value is a diffi#30, 1903 5/- Purple and gray green on ordinary paper, an exceptionally rare used horizontal pair with light St. Johns cancel of December 1910, very well centered, fresh with rich and attractive colors, o.g., very fine; this high value is a difficult stamp find nicely used but especially so in this select pair (S.G. #40; £200+). (Image) $250.00+

SOLD for $210.00
Will close during Public Auction
1371 O 64 64, 1922 £1 Violet and black on red, a lovely used single of this key high value, exceptionally well centered and fresh with light double-circle c.d.s. postmark, very fine and
exceedingly choice an elusive stamp in this premium used condition (#64, 1922 £1 Violet and black on red, a lovely used single of this key high value, exceptionally well centered and fresh with light double-circle c.d.s. postmark, very fine and exceedingly choice; an elusive stamp in this premium used condition (S.G. #61; £325). (Image) $375.00

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
1372 c 67-76 67-76, 1932 12p to 5- Tercentenary cplt., all attractive and well centered, tied to three matching registered covers to Glasgow, Scotland by St. JohnsAntiguaMR 11 1932
double-circle c.d.s., each cover with boxed Tercentenary Yearof Antig#67-76, 1932 1/2p to 5/- Tercentenary cplt., all attractive and well centered, tied to three matching registered covers to Glasgow, Scotland by "St. Johns/Antigua/MR 11 1932" double-circle c.d.s., each cover with boxed "Tercentenary Year/of Antigua/(The Ideal Health Resort)" handstamp, Plymouth registry oval transit on the reverse, very fine; an exceptionally difficult set to acquire used as many with fake cancels are in circulation, this set of covers is the perfect way to obtain a choice set that is known to be genuinely used (S.G. #81-90). (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
ANTIGUA COLLECTIONS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1373 O 7/95, MR1-3 #7/95, 1872-1948 Selected used collection of over 100 mostly different including a couple of examples of some values showing different shades, includes better high values including a 1/- Victoria with central c.d.s. cancel, two of the 5/- Edward VII value, one on piece, and two of the similar 5/- George V values plus other better shilling values and later George V and VI issues, selected for their light and/or attractive cancellations, fine-very fine with most being very fine or better (S.G. #15/113; catalog value over £1,600). Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $1,050.00
Will close during Public Auction
1374 c 1888-1957 Antigua attractive postal history collection of thirteen covers, starts with 4p Brown orange single franking on 1888 cover to Germany, other attractive covers include single franking covers of the 2/-, 3/-, 4/- and 5/- George V definitives on four registered covers to Germany, later covers include a Pan-American test flight cover with United States and Antigua franking and a cover with the entire set of the 1953-56 Queen Elizabeth II series cplt., all are fresh and attractive, fine-very fine. Est. $500-750

SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
AUSTRALIA
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1375 og/nhbl 2 2, 1913 1p Red, Die IIA, bottom right corner margin JBC monogram block of six, from the right pane of Plate H, with position 58 showing the white scratches through NY of PENNY
variety, extraordinarily well centered and margined, deep r#2, 1913 1p Red, Die IIA, bottom right corner margin JBC monogram block of six, from the right pane of Plate H, with position 58 showing the "white scratches through 'NY' of 'PENNY'" variety, extraordinarily well centered and margined, deep rich color, o.g., top stamps with minor h.r.'s, bottom monogram strip n.h., extremely fine; ex-Gray (ACSC #4(H)zb). (Image) ACSC A$750.00+

SOLD for $1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
1376 og 10 10, 1913 1- Blue green, impressive bottom right corner JBC monogram strip of three from Plate 2 (lower), distinctive Blue green color on fresh paper, quite well centered, o.g.,
lightly hinged, very fine a rare and undercataloged monogram m#10, 1913 1/- Blue green, impressive bottom right corner JBC monogram strip of three ex-Gray (Image) ACSC A$6,000.00

SOLD for $9,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1377 S 13S-15S 13S-15S, 1913 10- to £2 Kangaroo and Map, the first issue with wide Crown and wide A watermark, handstamped script Specimen, bright colors, o.g., fine-very fine (S.G.
14s-16s).#13S-15S, 1913 10/- to £2 Kangaroo and Map, the first issue with wide Crown and wide "A" watermark, handstamped script "Specimen", bright colors, o.g., fine-very fine (S.G. #14s-16s). (Image) S.G. £750

SOLD for $750.00
Will close during Public Auction
1378 og 13 13, 1913 10- Pink and gray, extraordinarily well centered mint single, bright fresh colors on white paper, o.g., lightly hinged, extremely fine (S.G. 14 £650).#13, 1913 10/- Pink and gray, extraordinarily well centered mint single, bright fresh colors on white paper, o.g., lightly hinged, extremely fine (S.G. #14; £650). (Image) $800.00

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1379 og 14 14, 1913 £1 Ultramarine and brown, mint single, fresh strong colors on bright paper, quite well centered, o.g., light h.r., very fine (S.G. 15 £1,600).#14, 1913 £1 Ultramarine and brown, mint single, fresh strong colors on bright paper, quite well centered, o.g., light h.r., very fine (S.G. #15; £1,600). (Image) $2,000.00

SOLD for $2,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
1380 og 15 15, 1913 £2 Deep rose and black, mint single of this first issue key value, exceptionally well centered, deep intense colors of both the rose and black, o.g. that is slightly
yellowed from age, h.r., choice very fine (S.G. 16 £3,500).#15, 1913 £2 Deep rose and black, mint single of this first issue key value, exceptionally well centered, deep intense colors of both the rose and black, o.g. that is slightly yellowed from age, h.r., choice very fine (S.G. #16; £3,500). (Image) $5,000.00

SOLD for $4,000.00
Will close during Public Auction

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