Lot 3122Canal Zone, 1904, 10¢ yellow, inverted "V" for last "A" of right "Panama", positions 85 & 90, couple short perfs, tied by "Canal Zone" bars cancel on cover to Colon, matching "Canal Zone, La Boca, Jul 16 1904" origin cds; Cristobal (7.16) transit cds at right, slightly rough opening at left, F.-V.F.
Scott No. 3 var. Estimate $750 - 1,000.
ONE OF ONLY TWO RECORDED EXAMPLES OF THIS VARIETY MAILED ON THE LAST DAY OF PROVISIONAL OVERPRINT USE.
Lot 3123 BKCanal Zone, 1912, 2¢ vermilion & black, complete booklet of four panes, front cover detached for display, each pane well centered, o.g., interleaving adheres, Very Fine.
Scott No. 39c $2,200.
Lot 3124 BKCanal Zone, 1921, 1c light green & black, booklet pane of 6 with full tab, o.g., never hinged, centering as usual, rich color, F.-V.F. and rare.
Scott No. 55e $2,250.
ONE OF ONLY THREE RECORDED COMPLETE BOOKLET PANES WITH TAB.
There are 6 examples of this booklet pane recorded, three with tab and three without.
Lot 3125Canal Zone, 1925 (Aug. 10) Barranquila, Columbia to Balboa Heights, Canal Zone, Scadta Colombia-Central America first flight cover bearing Colombia 3c blue and 30c Airmail (C1), tied by Barranquila (8.10) cds, purple framed first flight cachet handstamp, Cristobal (8.12) and Ancon (8.13) backstamps, Scadta backflap label, Very Fine, only 41 flown.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 3126 oCanal Zone, Airmail Officials, 1941, 5¢-40¢ complete, type II, complete set in blocks of four, fresh colors, cancelled by Balboa Heights roller cancels, 10¢ with choice centering and wide margins, Extremely Fine, 5¢ Fine, others Very Fine-Extremely Fine, overall a Very Fine and rare set of blocks with the type II overprints.
Scott No. CO8-CO12 $5,050.
Lot 3127 ()Canal Zone, Post Office Seal, 1917, dark blue, watermarked, full sheet of 25, clearly shows "Sylvania" double-line watermark, without gum as issued, some light creasing and perf seps, F.-V.F. and scarce.
Scott No. OX3a $600.
Lot 3128Danish West Indies, 1902, 2¢ on 3¢ blue & lake, inverted frame, tied by "St. Thomas 2/1 1902" cds along with uncancelled 1900, 1¢ light green, on picture post card to Budingen, Germany, Jan. 21st arrival cds; minor perf toning, still Very Fine and scarce.
Scott No. 24 + 21 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 3129Guam, 1899, 1¢-6¢ complete, neatly tied by two strikes of "Guam, Isl. Guam, Jun 13 1905" duplexes with oval grid cancel on greenish blue Zug cover to Everett Wash., partial purple "Guam, Registered, Jun 13 1905" cds, purple Everett (8.3) arrival backstamp, Extremely Fine, high catalog value.
Scott No. 1-6 Estimate $400 - 600.
Lot 3130Guam, 1899, 4¢ lilac brown, in combination with 1899, 6¢ lake on registered cover to Strasburg, O., tied by "Red Bud, Ill., Sep 28, 1907" duplex postmark; cover folds, otherwise Very Fine, an unusual usage of Guam overprint stamp used the United States.
Scott No. 4+6 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 3131Guam, 1899, 8¢-$1 Issue high values complete plus 10¢ Special Delivery, neat affixed and tied by three strikes of "Guam, Isl. Guam, Jun 13 1905" duplexes with oval grid cancel on greenish blue Zug cover to Everett Wash., purple "Guam, Guam, Registered, Jun 13 1905" cds, purple Everett (8.3) arrival backstamp, Extremely Fine.
Scott No. 7-12, E1 Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.