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United States Stamps continued...

FIRST DAY COVERS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
681 FDC 548-50 548-50, 1c-5c Pilgrim Tercentenary cplt., tied by Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 21, 1920 machine cancel on Ward addressed first day cover, with embossed blue and yellow corner card of
the Electric Club of Philadelphia, quite fresh and very fine certa#548-50, 1c-5c Pilgrim Tercentenary cplt., tied by Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 21, 1920 machine cancel on Ward addressed first day cover, with embossed blue and yellow corner card of the Electric Club of Philadelphia, quite fresh and very fine; certainly one of the most eye-appealing, and highest quality, examples of the 15-20 full set first day covers recorded; 1974 AFDCS certificate; ex-Martin. (Image) $1,750.00

SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
682 FDC 548-50 548-50, 1c-5c Pilgrim Tercentenary cplt., tied by Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 21, 1920 machine cancel on Ward first day cover, sent to Evans City, Pa., stamps with strong rich
color, neatly opened at top, a couple minor hinge marks on face not affec#548-50, 1c-5c Pilgrim Tercentenary cplt., tied by Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 21, 1920 machine cancel on Ward first day cover, sent to Evans City, Pa., stamps with strong rich color, neatly opened at top, a couple minor hinge marks on face not affecting stamps or markings, very fine; ex-Martin. (Image) $1,750.00

SOLD for $625.00
Will close during Public Auction
683 FDC 565 565, 14c Blue, tied by Washington, D.C., May 1, 1923 immaculate Worden first day cover, extraordinarily fresh, with pristine white paper, extremely fine.#565, 14c Blue, tied by Washington, D.C., May 1, 1923 immaculate Worden first day cover, extraordinarily fresh, with pristine white paper, extremely fine. (Image) $350.00

SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction
684 FDC 567 567, 20c Carmine Rose, well centered single tied by oval San Francisco pmk. and purple San Francisco Cal., May 1, 1923 handstamp on registered first day cover to Philip Ward,
various registry backstamps, very fine San Francisco first day cove#567, 20c Carmine Rose, well centered single tied by oval San Francisco pmk. and purple "San Francisco Cal., May 1, 1923" handstamp on registered first day cover to Philip Ward, various registry backstamps, very fine; San Francisco first day covers are quite scarce, and this particular cover is even more unusual being tied by two different handstamps of the same city. (Image) $2,000.00

SOLD for $1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
685 FDC 569 569, 30c Olive brown, top margin plate no. F14436 block of four tied by Washington, D.C. Mar. 20, 1923 duplex handstamps on registered Worden first day cover, just barely
reduced at left, very fine first day cover with blocks (especially with p#569, 30c Olive brown, top margin plate no. F14436 block of four tied by Washington, D.C. Mar. 20, 1923 duplex handstamps on registered Worden first day cover, just barely reduced at left, very fine; first day cover with blocks (especially with plate number) of this are very scarce; ex-Martin. (Image) $1,350.00

SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
686 FDC 570 570, 50c Lilac, fresh single with deep color tied by Washington, D.C., Nov. 11, 1922 machine cancel on immaculate unaddressed first day cover, extremely fine a gem first day
cover in the finest attainable quality ex-Martin.#570, 50c Lilac, fresh single with deep color tied by Washington, D.C., Nov. 11, 1922 machine cancel on immaculate unaddressed first day cover, extremely fine; a gem first day cover in the finest attainable quality; ex-Martin. (Image) $1,200.00

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
687 FDC 570 570, 50c Lilac, tied by Washington, D.C., Nov. 11, 1922 slogan cancel on large size U390 first day cover, with W.O. Siebold return address, opened at left, very
fine.#570, 50c Lilac, tied by Washington, D.C., Nov. 11, 1922 slogan cancel on large size #U390 first day cover, with W.O. Siebold return address, opened at left, very fine. (Image) $1,200.00

SOLD for $325.00
Will close during Public Auction
688 FDC 571 571, $1.00 Violet black, well centered single tied by Washington, D.C., Feb. 12, 1923 machine cancel on first day cover addressed to Home Stamp Company of Boston (which is quite
unusual, as nearly all 571 FDCs were serviced by Worden), very fi#571, $1.00 Violet black, well centered single tied by Washington, D.C., Feb. 12, 1923 machine cancel on first day cover addressed to Home Stamp Company of Boston (which is quite unusual, as nearly all #571 FDC's were serviced by Worden), very fine; ex-Martin. (Image) $7,000.00

SOLD for $2,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
689 FDC 551/67 #551/567, 623, 1c-20c 1925 Issue first day cover holding of 93 covers, with 1/2c-20c value all present except no 11c, in quantities up sixteen of one value (1/2c), includes six 12c, three 14c and four 15c, many better premium items to be found, including better cities (at least one unofficial), multiples, combinations (note three #553, 582, 598, U482 combos), cacheted, etc., majority is fine-very fine; an impressive offering from this popular collecting area which should yield a very high retail value. Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $1,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
690 FDC 588-90 588-90, 7c Black, 8c Olive green and 9c Rose three stamp combination first day cover, each tied by bold strikes of Washington, D.C., May 29, 1926 duplex cancels on Nickles first
day cover, sent to San Francisco (backstamped), very fine and color#588-90, 7c Black, 8c Olive green and 9c Rose three stamp combination first day cover, each tied by bold strikes of Washington, D.C., May 29, 1926 duplex cancels on Nickles first day cover, sent to San Francisco (backstamped), very fine and colorful. (Image) $300.00

SOLD for $80.00
Will close during Public Auction
691 FDC 588-90 588-90, 7c Black, 8c Olive green and 9c Rose three stamp combination first day cover, tied by Washington, D.C., May 29, 1926 duplex pmks., along with 2c Sesquicentennial (627)
on air mail first day cover, sent to Spencer, Iowa, Chicago Air Mail#588-90, 7c Black, 8c Olive green and 9c Rose three stamp combination first day cover, tied by Washington, D.C., May 29, 1926 duplex pmks., along with 2c Sesquicentennial (#627) on air mail first day cover, sent to Spencer, Iowa, Chicago Air Mail backstamp, fresh and very fine. (Image) $300.00

SOLD for $70.00
Will close during Public Auction
692 FDC 597 597, 1c Green coil, pair tied to first day cover by Washington, D.C., July 18, 1923 machine cancel, addressed locally, stamps with deep color, opened at left, very fine 2004 PF
certificate.#597, 1c Green coil, pair tied to first day cover by Washington, D.C., July 18, 1923 machine cancel, addressed locally, stamps with deep color, opened at left, very fine; 2004 PF certificate. (Image) $600.00

SOLD for $100.00
Will close during Public Auction
693 FDC 614-16 614-616, 1c-5c Huguenot-Walloon cplt., three first day covers each with a complete set, includes Mayport, Fla. (Ward), Allentown, Pa. (Roessler) and Lancaster, Pa. (Roessler),
all tied by handstamped duplex pmks., fresh and very fine trio.#614-616, 1c-5c Huguenot-Walloon cplt., three first day covers each with a complete set, includes Mayport, Fla. (Ward), Allentown, Pa. (Roessler) and Lancaster, Pa. (Roessler), all tied by handstamped duplex pmks., fresh and very fine trio. (Image) $450.00

SOLD for $100.00
Will close during Public Auction
694 FDC 622 622, 13c Green, well centered block of four tied by North Bend, Ohio, Jan. 11, 1926 handstamps on registered Worden first day cover, very fine only 500 covers were serviced from
North Bend, and only a small fraction of those had blocks.#622, 13c Green, well centered block of four tied by North Bend, Ohio, Jan. 11, 1926 handstamps on registered Worden first day cover, very fine; only 500 covers were serviced from North Bend, and only a small fraction of those had blocks. (Image) $325.00

SOLD for $70.00
Will close during Public Auction
695 FDC 658-68 658-68, 1c-10c Kans. ovpts. cplt. set of eleven values on ten first day covers, some in combination, some lower values in multiples and a couple plate number singles, tied by
unofficial Kansas City, May 1, 1929 machine or duplex cancels,#658-68, 1c-10c "Kans." ovpts. cplt. set of eleven values on ten first day covers, some in combination, some lower values in multiples and a couple plate number singles, tied by unofficial Kansas City, May 1, 1929" machine or duplex cancels, all with rubber stamped First Flight cachets (Planty #5), quite fresh and clean, opened at the bottom, very fine; quite possible a unique set combining the unofficial city and the first flight cachet; ex-Martin. (Image) Est. $4,000-5,000

SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
696 FDC 658-79 658-79, 1c-10c Kansas-Nebraska overprints cplt., each tied to a separate pristine Nickles first day cover by Washington, D.C., May 1, 1929 machine cancels, 1c and 1 112c values
in pairs as always, an incredibly bright and fresh set, extremely f#658-79, 1c-10c Kansas-Nebraska overprints cplt., each tied to a separate pristine Nickles first day cover by Washington, D.C., May 1, 1929 machine cancels, 1c and 1 1/12c values in pairs as always, an incredibly bright and fresh set, extremely fine; one of the finest quality Kansas-Nebraska first day covers sets available; ex-Martin. (Image) $2,380.00

SOLD for $625.00
Will close during Public Auction
697 FDC 658-79 658-79, 1c-10c Kansas-Nebraska overprints cplt., each set on a first day cover, tied by Washington, D.C., May 1, 1929 duplexes, both addressed to Mr. Albert j. Squier in New
York, exceedingly fresh, a remarkably handsome matched set of first day#658-79, 1c-10c Kansas-Nebraska overprints cplt., each set on a first day cover, tied by Washington, D.C., May 1, 1929 duplexes, both addressed to Mr. Albert j. Squier in New York, exceedingly fresh, a remarkably handsome matched set of first day covers. (Image) $3,000.00

SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
698 FDC 669-79 669-79, 1c-10c Nebr. ovpts. cplt. set on one first day cover, tied by Washington, D.C., May 1, 1929 duplexes on Ward addressed cover, Air Mail and Special Delivery handstamps,
Philadelphia backstamps, a very fine and colorful first day cover.#669-79, 1c-10c "Nebr." ovpts. cplt. set on one first day cover, tied by Washington, D.C., May 1, 1929 duplexes on Ward addressed cover, Air Mail and Special Delivery handstamps, Philadelphia backstamps, a very fine and colorful first day cover. (Image) $1,500.00

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
699 FDC 692-701 692-701, 11c-50c Rotary press printing cplt., block of four of each tied by Washington, D.C. duplex first day covers, all addressed to G.E. Tisdale of Minneapolis, stamps are
generally well centered and fresh, some covers with tiny bits of age s#692-701, 11c-50c Rotary press printing cplt., block of four of each tied by Washington, D.C. duplex first day covers, all addressed to G.E. Tisdale of Minneapolis, stamps are generally well centered and fresh, some covers with tiny bits of age spots (often from corner mounts), otherwise very fine; an especially scarce set in block of four. (Image) $4,365.00

SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
700 FDC 704-15 #704-715, 1/2c-10c Washington Bicentennial valuable first day cover collection of over 650 covers neatly arranged in eight albums, strong value in complete sets, with cachets from virtually all of the cachet makers of the period present, including Edgerly, Gorham, Hauser, Aeroprint, Hobby Cover, Carla Rose, Truby, Elliott, Van Der Zee, WSE, Fairway, Stoutzenberg, Roessler, Ioor, Ash, Rice, Souren (some of these with more than one set), not only are many of these cachets scarce, but some are on unusual FDC's, including unofficial RPO's or cities, blocks and plate blocks, there are some individual values, as well as complete sets on one cover, there are about 100 covers that are non-FDC special event covers, fine-very fine; a spectacular holding that once formed the large part of the Alfred Martin collection, which was the greatest collection of Washington Bicentennial first day covers ever formed; ex-Martin. Est. $4,000-5,000

SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction

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