Lot 9901893 Columbian Exposition Entrance Tickets, 10 different, including set of the 6 tickets printed by the American Bank Note Co., Chicago Day with stub, Manhattan Day with stub, "Children's Special Ticket" and "Good Only on Day of Sale" tickets, fresh and Very Fine., fresh and Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 9911893 Columbian Exposition Entrance Tickets, 10 different, including set of the 6 tickets printed by the American Bank Note Co., additional 5 of four different, also includes Chicago Day with stub, Manhattan Day with stub, "Children's Special Ticket" & "Good Only on Day of Sale" tickets, includes faulty front of ticket envelope only, F.-V.F.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 9921893 Columbian Exposition, all-over blue publicity advertising cover showing Landing of Columbus scene from Ed. Roos Mfg. Co. bearing 2¢ Columbian (231), small flaws, tied by "Chicago Ill. May 4 '93" duplex to Norwich Conn., illustrated factory design on reverse; edge tear at right, otherwise Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 993Exposition Sta. Omaha, Nebr. Aug 3 '98, duplex ties 5¢ Trans-Mississippi (288), rich color, on cover to Springfield Mass., Aug. 5th receiving backstamp; some toning affects stamp and a light corner crease at top right, Very Fine appearance desirable with the exposition cancel, This is from a partial set of individual uses up to the 10¢ value created by J.W. Witty.
Bomar Nos. O98-01 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 994Buffalo, N.Y. May 7 '01, Barry machine cancel with "Pan-American Exposition" within double-diamond cancellation ties 1¢, 2¢ pair and 5¢ Pan-Americans (294-296) on double-rate cover to Germany, additional "Buffalo, N.Y. May 7 01" duplex, reverse with New York (5.8) and Stadtsulza (5.17) backstamps; 5¢ corner flaw, a Very Fine three-color franking.
Bomar Nos. B01-15C Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 995Pan-American Railway Post Office, Buffalo N.Y., May 18 1901, complete strike of duplex on Pan-American Railway Post Office facing slip pre-printed to Detroit, Mich., purple "E.G. Stackpole," straightline handstamp; mounted on envelope backing, tone spot, a Very Fine strike, One of only 5 strikes on facing slips from the RPO car, this being the only example with the Stackpole handstamp.
Bomar Nos. B01-03 Estimate $300 - 400.
E.G. Stackpole was one of the six staff hired by the Post Office to man the Railway Post Office car for tours during the exposition.
Lot 996Buffalo N.Y. May 29 1901, American machine with "Pan-American Station" flag ties 2¢ Pan-American (295) on illustrated Indian congress expo meeting ad cover to Bar Harbor Me., reverse with Buffalo (5.29) and Bar Harbor (5.30) machine backstamps; couple opening flaws, Very Fine and desirable.
Bomar Nos. B01-11 Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 997Buffalo N.Y. Jun 1 1901, American machine with "Pan-American Station" flag ties 2¢ Pan-American (295) on maroon expo ad cover to Buffalo N.Y., Jun. 1st arrival backstamp; small part of flap missing, small edge tear, F.-V.F. and scarce, This cancel is mostly found on cards.
Bomar Nos. B01-11 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 998Buffalo, N.Y. 'D' Jun 12 1901, complete strikes of Barry machine with "1901 Pan-American Exposition" involute flag cancel tying 8¢ and 10¢ Pan-American (298, 299) on double-weight cover to Germany, purple "Register No., Jun 12 1901, Station D, Buffalo, N.Y." three-line postmark, New York (6.13) transit backstamp and New York registry exchange label affixed, Lichtenthal (6.21) arrival backstamp, Extremely Fine.
Bomar Nos. B01-18 Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
A CHOICE EXAMPLE OF THE BARRY INVOLUTE FLAG EXPOSITION STATION MACHINE CANCEL ON COVER TO GERMANY.
This was part of the Maus correspondence to Germany comprising registered covers with different frankings of the Pan-American issue. This is one of only two recorded examples with a 8¢ and 10¢ franking.
Lot 999Pan American Station, Jul 16 '01, Buffalo, New-York., unusually full and clear strike of Barry machine cancel with expo slogan ties 1¢ Pan-American (294) on expo post card to Brooklyn N.Y., Jul. 17th receiver, Very Fine, A remarkable example of this machine cancel, one of the most complete strikes known.
Bomar Nos. B01-08 Estimate $300 - 400.