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United States Stamps continued...

CANAL ZONE continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
841 SBP 53cS 53cS, 2c Vermilion and black, booklet pane of six, with blue Specimen overprint and security punch, block of twelve stamps comprising two booklet panes, strong colors, o.g.,
n.h., some perf. separations at left and left middle stamp with surfa#53cS, 2c Vermilion and black, booklet pane of six, with blue "Specimen" overprint and security punch, block of twelve stamps comprising two booklet panes, strong colors, o.g., n.h., some perf. separations at left and left middle stamp with surface scuff, otherwise very fine; ex-American Bank Note Co. archives. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction
842 SBP 55eS 55eS, 1c Green and black, booklet pane of six, with red Specimen overprint and security punch, block of four panes from the top of the form, with Oct 22, 1920 handstamped in top
selvage, o.g., n.h., each with a light pencil position number#55eS, 1c Green and black, booklet pane of six, with red "Specimen" overprint and security punch, "block" of four panes from the top of the form, with "Oct 22, 1920" handstamped in top selvage, o.g., n.h., each with a light pencil position number on back, very fine; ex-American Bank Note Co. archives. (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
843 SBP 68S var. 68S var., 1c Dark green, booklet pane of six, with red Specimen overprint and security punch, block of eighteen divided to be cut into booklet panes of six (this stamp was never
issued as a booklet pane), top right corner block with control nu#68S var., 1c Dark green, booklet pane of six, with red "Specimen" overprint and security punch, block of eighteen divided to be cut into booklet panes of six (this stamp was never issued as a booklet pane), top right corner block with control number in selvage, o.g., n.h., with light pencil position numbers on back, tear in the top right of selvage only, few minor separations mostly in top selvage, very fine; ex-American Bank Note Co. archives. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
844 Sbl J4S J4S, 1c Olive brown postage due, with red Specimen overprint and security punch, top margin block of twelve with partial imprint and control number F4484 in selvage, o.g., n.h.,
each with light pencil position number on back, a few separations#J4S, 1c Olive brown postage due, with red "Specimen" overprint and security punch, top margin block of twelve with partial imprint and control number F4484 in selvage, o.g., n.h., each with light pencil position number on back, a few separations, fine-very fine; ex-American Bank Note Co. archives. (Image) Est. $200-300

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
845 Sbl J4S J4S, 1c Olive brown postage due, with red Specimen overprint and security punch, top margin block of sixteen, with red Return to Record & Specimen Dept. handstamp at top right,
o.g., n.h., each with light pencil position number on back, few#J4S, 1c Olive brown postage due, with red "Specimen" overprint and security punch, top margin block of sixteen, with red "Return to/ Record & Specimen Dept." handstamp at top right, o.g., n.h., each with light pencil position number on back, few minor separations, fine; ex-American Bank Note Co. archives. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
GUAM
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
846 c 5 5, 5c Blue, tied along with a single and pair of 1c Green (1) by rare violet oval of dots and star with matching petite circular Marianas postmark just tying one 1c stamp, on
cover to San Francisco, Yokohama and San Francisco backstamps,#5, 5c Blue, tied along with a single and pair of 1c Green (#1) by rare violet oval of dots and star with matching petite circular "Marianas" postmark just tying one 1c stamp, on cover to San Francisco, Yokohama and San Francisco backstamps, the return address at top left has been partly eradicated, very fine; the Spanish "Marianas" handstamp was the first postmark used by the United States in Guam, with only a handful of covers known. (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
847 c 5 5, 5c Blue, tied by San Luis DApra GuamDec 27, 1899 straight line and cork cancel on cover to Yokohama, Japan, several backstamps including Manila Mil. Station, Hong Kong and
various Japanese, stamp with small pre-usage crease, fine an#5, 5c Blue, tied by "San Luis D'Apra Guam/Dec 27, 1899" straight line and cork cancel on cover to Yokohama, Japan, several backstamps including Manila Mil. Station, Hong Kong and various Japanese, stamp with small pre-usage crease, fine; an uncommon cancel and a scarce destination. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
HAWAII
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
848 og 23 23, 1c Black on laid paper, nine stamps representing all the positions of plate 8-A except type VII, all with large to huge margins and quite fresh, some even have part or full
original gum (very scarce thus), a few minor imperfections but most#23, 1c Black on laid paper, nine stamps representing all the positions of plate 8-A except type VII, all with large to huge margins and quite fresh, some even have part or full original gum (very scarce thus), a few minor imperfections but most are very fine-extremely fine and choice. (Image) $2,475.00

SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
849 Sbl 45S 45S, 10c Vermilion, American Bank Note Co. specimen overprint, block of ten (positions 21-30), with full or partial imprint in selvages, with large red Specimen handstamps,
o.g., each with a light pencil position notation on reverse, bottom ri#45S, 10c Vermilion, American Bank Note Co. specimen overprint, block of ten (positions 21-30), with full or partial imprint in selvages, with large red "Specimen" handstamps, o.g., each with a light pencil position notation on reverse, bottom right stamp with surface scrape where selvage was removed, otherwise fine-very fine; an unlisted and seldom seen specimen; ex-American Bank Note Co. archives. (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $950.00
Will close during Public Auction
850 nhbl R9a R9a, 20c Red revenue, imperforate, complete sheet of fifty, with full selvage on all four sides, wonderfully bright color, o.g., n.h., usual gum bends affect about a dozen
stamps, one of the bends has caused the paper to crack (this affects posi#R9a, 20c Red revenue, imperforate, complete sheet of fifty, with full selvage on all four sides, wonderfully bright color, o.g., n.h., usual gum bends affect about a dozen stamps, one of the bends has caused the paper to crack (this affects positions 18-19, 28-29), a few hinged marks in the selvage only and a couple edge flaws, stamps themselves are never hinged, overall very fine; this is believed to be one of only two intact sheets of the Imperforate Twenty Cent revenue that still exist today; a rare showpiece for the Hawaiian revenue specialist. (Image) $60,000.00+

SOLD for $23,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
UNITED STATES STAMP COLLECTIONS AND LARGE LOTS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
851 ogO Mint and used collection offered intact as received, to 1988 in a Scott album, early issues mainly used and include #1-2, 12, 1861 Issues to 90c, 1869 Pictorials complete plus a couple mint re-issues, Bank Notes to 90c, from 1890 on the collection is a mix of mint and used, with complete sets of the Columbians and Trans-Mississippis, regular issues mostly used, but does include mint 5c double-error in a block of twelve, #523, 1922 Issue complete, a White Plains sheet and the Kans.-Nebr. overprints complete, also a complete run of mint air posts including the Graf Zeppelin set, the condition is somewhat mixed though most have fine-very fine appearance. Est. $5,000-7,500

SOLD for $14,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
852 ogO Useful mint and used collection to 1934 in a Lindner hingeless album, early issues mainly used including #1, #2, and other higher value stamps, starting in 1890 there is much mint, with value in the regular issues, including Small Bank Notes to 90c and nice range of Washington-Franklin heads, Columbian and Trans-Mississippi sets to the 50c (mixed mint and used), 20th century commemoratives are mint and just about complete including #404 and the White Plains sheet, air posts complete including the Graf Zeppelin set, as well as other back-of-the-book issues, wide range of condition though much of the 20th century runs fine-very fine, with some never hinged. Est. $4,000-5,000

SOLD for $9,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
853 ogO Group of better items including used #1-2, Columbians complete mint or unused, Washington-Franklin blocks include three 5c Errors in two blocks, perf. 11 to $1.00 and #523, some better plate blocks, White Plains sheet, #C1-6 in singles and blocks, Graf Zeppelin set, even a Recalled Legends of the West sheet, much is o.g., some n.h., somewhat mixed quality though much is fine-very fine. Est. $4,000-5,000

SOLD for $14,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
854 ogOPB Miscellaneous lot with used classics including #1-2 and other high cataloging stamps, better plate blocks, hunting permit stamps, revenue multiples and more, mixed condition; should prove to be a worthwhile group. Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $6,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
855 ogO 10/547 #10/547, C18/JQ4, Impressive quality holding of over 200 mostly mint stamps, includes about 30 stamps from the 1851-1888 issues, there are a mix of mint, unused and used, from 1890 onward it is virtually all mint, these were all bought one-at-a-time from well known retailers, the overall quality being excellent, with the vast majority being very fine or extremely fine, and over 75 stamps are accompanied by PF certificates from the 1980-1991 period (which was when this collector was buying), the certificates are concentrated among the earlier mint and used stamps, as well as the desirable section of coil stamps, with singles, pairs and line pairs present, but there are also certificate accompanying the choice quality regular issue stamps, especially the 1902 Issue and Washington-Franklins, plus there is a nice selection of special deliveries and Offices in China, o.g. with many n.h., as mentioned the vast majority are very fine-extremely fine; an exceptional lot that would be ideal for a retailer or internet auctioneer. Est. $5,000-7,500

SOLD for $24,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
856 O 15/232 #15/232, Highly saleable used lot of a couple hundred stamps in a stockbook, much of the value is centered around the 1861 Issue, includes values to the 90c, with several examples each of the lower values, better cancels will be found throughout such as fancy, geometric, colored, etc., various shades including #70b (reperfed, PSE cert.) and #70d (small fault, PSE cert.), also Bank Note issues with better cancels including several attractive NYFM cancels, also a few covers, a few faults will be found, however the vast majority will be at least very fine, with a number of extremely fine stamps also present; a most interesting lot that bears careful scrutiny; a total of thirteen PF and five PSE certificates accompany. Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $5,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
857 EPS Proof, Essay and Specimen balance group of several dozen items, includes singles, sets and blocks, catalog values to $650.00, but the value lies in $50.00-$300.00 cataloging items, includes better 1861 Issue proofs and specimens, eleven 1869 Pictorial plate essays, Bank Note plate proof in blocks, some Columbian plate proof blocks of four, some back-of-the-book including official trial color proofs, some small faults but the vast majority will be fine-very fine and quite saleable; the total catalog value should exceed $12,000.00. Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $3,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
858 ogO Mostly used collection balance to 1964 in a Lighthouse hingeless album, useful medium priced 19th century stamps, some better mint 20th century present including early commemoratives, a few better Washington-Franklins and the Kans.-Nebr. overprints complete, also a little back-of-the-book, mixed condition. Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $2,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
859 og Worthwhile mint collection to the 1980's in five Lighthouse hingeless albums (all but one with slipcase), regular issues start in the Washington-Franklins and includes high values such as #440 and the perf. 11 series to $1.00, also #467 double error and #505 single error in blocks, #523, 524, and strong from 1922 on including several modern plate number coils, commemoratives a little sparse in the early issues but does include a 50c Trans-Mississippi, solid from 1920 on including a White Plains sheet and Farley position pieces, also air posts including duplicated #C1-6 and some parcel posts, perhaps the most interesting item in the collection is a #454 pair with a 1990 PF certificate as the rare #491!, also of note are complete sheets of 100 of the $1.00 O'Neill and $5.00 Moore, somewhat mixed quality but there are a number of very fine stamps and many never hinged. Est. $3,000-4,000

SOLD for $10,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
860 ogO Varied lot in four stockbooks and a cover album, includes mint and used stamps from early to modern, some better back-of-the-book such as the first three newspaper stamps and a scarce encased postage stamp (#EP84), also postcards, some of which have RPO cancels, also some foreign stamps including mint British Virgin Islands, mixed condition. Est. $500-750

SOLD for $1,050.00
Will close during Public Auction

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