September 2013 Auction Series – 23/9/2013 – 2/10/2013

Lot 72449
United States » 1847 Issue
5c red-brown, three examples showing slightly different shades and bearing different cancels, respectively red cds, red bars and blue cds (the latter with…
Estimation: 300 EUR
Lot 72450
United States » 1847 Issue
5c red-brown, large balanced margins, blue cancel, very fine
Estimation: 200 EUR
Lot 72451
United States » 1847 Issue
5c red-brown, large balance margins, blue cancel, deep shade, very fine
Estimation: 200 EUR
Lot 72452
United States » 1847 Issue
5c red-brown, pair, close to very large margins with sheet margin at right, tied blue grid with LOUISVILLE / 23.OCT cds alongside, on folded cover to Philadelphia,…
Estimation: 500 EUR
Lot 72453
United States » 1847 Issue
5c red-brown, close to very large margins with sheet margin at left, tied red grid with ROSWELL / 27.JAN.GA cds on folded cover to Dahlonega, very fine,…
Estimation: 400 EUR
Lot 72454
United States » 1847 Issue
5c red-brown, good to large even margins, tied PROVIDENCE RI / JUN.30 cds in red on folded cover to Norwich, CT, with red ‘5’ alongside, very fine
Estimation: 300 EUR
Lot 72455
United States » 1847 Issue
5c red-brown, good even margins, tied cds in red on envelope cover to Norfolk, Conn., with red ‘PAID’ alongside, very fine
Estimation: 300 EUR
Lot 72456
United States » 1847 Issue
10c black, three sound examples (clear to good margins) showing different cancels, respectively black grid, green grid and pen cancel
Estimation: 600 EUR
Lot 72457
United States » 1847 Issue
10c black, pair, good margins, tied red grid cancels with matching US EXPRESS MAIL / BOSTON, MASS. APR.25 cds alongside, on folded cover to Philadelphia,…
Estimation: 800 EUR
Lot 72458
United States » 1847 Issue
10c black, two singles, both with good to large margins, tied red grid cancels with matching NEW YORK cds alongside, on folded entire to St.Louis, very…
Estimation: 800 EUR
Lot 72459
United States » 1847 Issue
10c black, good margins, tied red ST.LOUIS cds, on folded cover to New York, very fine, cert. BPA (1982)
Estimation: 600 EUR
Lot 72460
United States » 1847 Issue
10c black, good margins, tied red STAINT LOUIS cds, on folded entire to Philadelphia, very fine, signed Holcombe
Estimation: 600 EUR
Lot 72461
United States » 1847 Issue
10c black, good margins all around, tied by red grid on small envelope from New Haven (6/JUN) to Milwaukee in Wisconsin, very fine, signed Diena and Jamet…
Estimation: 500 EUR
Lot 72462
United States » 1847 Issue
10c black, just clear to good margins, tied red grid with NEW YORK cds in red alongside, on folded entire to Cleveland, fine
Estimation: 500 EUR
Lot 72463
United States » 1847 Issue
10c black, just clear to good margins, tied red grid with NEW YORK cds in red alongside, on folded entire to Auburn, NY, fine
Estimation: 500 EUR
Lot 72464
United States
Fancy red « PACKET / JAMES HEWITT » cachet on on folded cover from Demopolis to Greenborough, cleaned & pressed, attractive Steam Ship cachet, cert. PF (2006)
Estimation: 200 EUR
Lot 72465
United States
1821 Slave Document, Middletown, NY, both sides of an 8X12 page certifying the births of children to slaves, this was required by a New York State law…
Estimation: 160 EUR
Lot 72466
United States
1845 3c City Despatch Post (6LB5), large margins all around, two “U.S” in red oval cancels, matching “City Despatch Post U.S. Jun. 20 4 o’clock” circular…
Estimation: 160 EUR
Lot 72467
United States
1861 10c (68), target cancel but affixed over address indicating either did not originate or blockade run, “New Orleans, LA Apr. 26, ‘65” double circle…
Estimation: 750 EUR
Lot 72468
United States
1861-66 12c Black, E. Grill (90), unused (no gum), fresh charcoal color and detailed impression on fresh white paper with long full perforations and outstanding…
Estimation: 440 EUR
Lot 72469
United States
1861-66 90c Blue, F. Grill (101) original gum, two hinge marks, bright color and sharp impression, light horizontal crease, typical Fine centering, this…
Estimation: 1’900 EUR
Lot 72470
United States
1862 “Old Stamp No Good” manuscript on cover with « Due 3 » in circle and No. 26 tied by “Fort Edward, NY Jan. 3” (1862) circular datestamp, to E.G. Snow…
Estimation: 240 EUR
Lot 72471
United States
1869 (Jan 27) Whaling correspondence from New Bedford, USA, to Captain Allen of the barque « Merlin » at Mahé, SEYCHELLES, with 1867 30c Franklin F grill…
Estimation: 750 EUR
Lot 72472
United States
1869 (Nov 2) Whaling correspondence to Captain Allen of the barque « Merlin » at SEYCHELLES, with 1861-66 15c Lincoln in pair and single with fancy cork…
Estimation: 500 EUR
Lot 72473
United States
1869 Freeland Institute for Men & Boys, beautiful printed corner card on cover with No. 65 tied by “Perkiomen Bridge PA. Aug. 6” circular datestamp, to…
Estimation: 160 EUR
Lot 72474
United States
1869 90c Carmine and Black 1869 (122), part original gum, uncharacteristically deep color and clear sharp impression, bold grill impression on bright white…
Estimation: 1’100 EUR
Lot 72475
United States
1870 (Oct 7) Whaling correspondence to Captain Allen of the barque « Merlin » at Mahé, SEYCHELLES with 1870-71 2c Jackson (2) and 10c Jefferson (2) paying…
Estimation: 300 EUR
Lot 72476
United States » 1870-75 Bank Notes Issue -National- and Continatal Bank
1871 (Jan 31) Whaling correspondence from New Bedford, USA, to Captain Allen of the barque « Merlin » at ST. HELENA, with USA 1870-71 2c (2) and 12c (2)…
Estimation: 300 EUR
Lot 72477
United States
Printed illustrated comical envelope with 1879 2c vermilion tied by New York duplex, sent locally, depicting a gardener running over the foot of a wealthy…
Estimation: 100 EUR
Lot 72478
United States
1890 10c (226), strip of five and two pairs, tied by “New York Jul. 12 (18)93 1PM” duplex cancels on legal sized cover with National Starch Manufacturing…
Estimation: 160 EUR
Lot 72479
United States
1893 Benjamin Harrison, mourning cover to the wife of his son Russell B. Harrison, addressed by the ex President just four months after his presidency…
Estimation: 160 EUR
Lot 72480
United States
1898 2c Trans Miss tied by Second Day “Washington D.C. Jun 18, 1898” duplex cancel on legal sized Post Office Official Penalty Envelope to Vermont, Montpelier…
Estimation: 380 EUR
Lot 72481
United States
1898 2c Trans Miss (286), tied by “Military Sta. No. 4 San Juan, Porto Rico Feb. 23, 1899” duplex cancel on blue cover with printed Reading PA address,…
Estimation: 160 EUR
Lot 72482
United States
1901 Pan-American Exposition, very attractive unused 9” X 6” multicolored Aerial View Glitter Picture Postcard of the Exposition showing the grounds and…
Estimation: 200 EUR
Lot 72483
United States
1901 Pan-American Exposition, very attractive unused 9” X 6” multicolored Picture Postcard of the Exposition’s Machinery Building and crowds outside, lovely…
Estimation: 200 EUR
Lot 72484
United States
1901 Pan-American Exposition, very attractive unused 9” X 6” multicolored Aerial View Glitter Picture Postcard of the Exposition showing the New York State…
Estimation: 200 EUR
Lot 72485
United States
1902 “Kicking Mule” fancy cancel of 1902 Port Townsend, Washington ties 10c 1898 Type I 282C on registered cover to Brooklyn NY, large blue green “Registered…
Estimation: 160 EUR
Lot 72486
United States
1903 2c Carmine (319) Nine covers including Green all over “Lewis & Clark Centennial and American Pacific Exposition” cover, “Chicago Aug 13, 1908” Time-Cummins…
Estimation: 380 EUR
Lot 72487
United States
1907 Jamestown Exposition, beautiful unused 9” X 6” multicolored Aerial View Picture Postcard of the Exposition including Chesapeake Bay, surrounded by…
Estimation: 200 EUR
Lot 72488
United States
1907 Jamestown Exposition, unused 9” X 6” multicolored Aerial View Picture Postcard of the Exposition, shown as a map of Jamestown along with the surrounding…
Estimation: 200 EUR
Lot 72489
United States
1909 Hoagy Carmichael, neat signature on beautiful all-over front and back “Star Dust” musical illustrated cover franked with 3c Wisconsin (957) tied by…
Estimation: 120 EUR
Lot 72490
United States
1909 1c Bluish Paper (357), tied by “Washington DC Mar 4, 1909” machine cancel — William Howard Taft’s Inauguration Day — on picture postcard of the…
Estimation: 80 EUR
Lot 72491
United States
1909 6c Red Orange on Bluish (362), bright color, very light almost “face free” oval cancel, fresh and Fine, 1999 Philatelic Foundation certificate, the…
Estimation: 5’500 EUR
Lot 72492
United States
1910 Francis F. Cleveland, widow of Grover Cleveland, free frank on mourning cover to a Cleveland family member at the Westover School in Middlebury Conn,…
Estimation: 160 EUR
Lot 72493
United States
1912 Flexible Flyer Advertising Cover, gorgeous front and back multicolor advertisement for this sled, cover franked with Scott No. 393 tied by « Philadelphia…
Estimation: 240 EUR
Lot 72494
United States
1917-19 5c Error Perf 11 (505), in vertical pair with normal, used with Nos. 306 and 323 on registered cover to the Claim Dept of Sears, Roebuck & Co….
Estimation: 300 EUR
Lot 72495
United States
1922-25 Fourth Bureau ½c Hale, 1½c Harding Imperforate, 2c Lexington (551, 576, 617) 1½c sheet margin vertical pair, tied by First Day “Washington DC Apr…
Estimation: 240 EUR
Lot 72496
United States
1922-25 Fourth Bureau 1½c Brown, Yellow Brown, (553, 582, 598), tied by First Day cancels machine and duplex cancels on legal sized 1½c entire (U481) to…
Estimation: 160 EUR
Lot 72497
United States
1922-25 Fourth Bureau 5c tied by First Day “New York, NY Sta D Oct 27, 1922” duplex cancel on unsealed cover to Brooklyn NY, Extremely Fine, Scott $135
Estimation: 80 EUR
Lot 72498
United States
1922-25 Fourth Bureau 11c (563) tied by First Day “Fremont Ohio Oct 4, 1922” wavy line machine cancel on 2c carmine entire to New York, “First Day” handstamp…
Estimation: 2’300 EUR