Lot 2604Envelope, 1860, 3¢+1¢ red & blue, unused entire, 1¢ to pay the carrier fee to the mails and 3¢ letter rate, Very Fine.
Scott No. U28 $700.
Lot 2605Envelope, 1860, 3¢+1¢ red & blue on buff, unused entire, 1¢ to pay the carrier fee to the mails and 3¢ letter rate, fresh and Very Fine.
Scott No. U29 $700.
Lot 2606Envelope, 1865, 9¢ lemon on buff, cut square, wide margins, Extremely Fine.
Scott No. U66 $375.
Lot 2607Envelope, 1874, 24¢ purple on cream, entire, bright and fresh, Very Fine and choice. UPSS No. 608.
Scott No. U203 $750.
Lot 2608Envelope, 1899, 4¢ brown, die 2, entire (size 10, knife 56, watermark 13), bright and fresh, Extremely Fine, the UPSS 2012 Catalog lists only five known entires for this indicia with only three on the smaller size 10 entire. UPSS No. 1353 $17,500.
Scott No. U373 $12,000.
AN EXCEPTIONALLY RARE AND CHOICE EXAMPLE OF THE 1899 4¢ LINCOLN DIE 2 ENTIRE.
Lot 2609Airmail Envelopes, 1929, 5¢ blue, die 2, die 2, size 13, knife 78, watermark 33, bearing 1925, 5¢ blue tied by "San Juan P.R., Jun 1 1934" duplex and addressed to San Francisco Cal., preprinted Mendez & Co. San Juan return address in border blue; small edge nick at top, F.-V.F. and rare used entire, This entire was issued for use in Puerto Rico, St. Thomas and Virgin Islands. Scott No. UC2 var.
UPSS No. AM9-33 $750.
Lot 2610Airmail Envelopes, 1946, 5¢ on 6¢ orange, die 2c, double surcharge, canceled by APO #815 cancel, to Bremerton, Wa., Very Fine, a very scarce and grossly undercataloged used entire; with 2012 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. UC12a $300.
Lot 2611War Dept., 1873, 3¢ dark red, group of 25 mint entires, size 21, knife 98, watermark 2a, generally fresh and Very Fine. UPSS No. WD5.
Scott No. UO20 $2,125.
Lot 2612War Dept., 1875, 2¢ red on orange, group of 25 mint entires, size 10, knife 52u, watermark 2, some small flaws, overall fresh and F.-V.F. UPSS No. WD63.
Scott No. UO49 $1,625.