Lot 2628 oRevenue, 1862, First Issue, 1¢ Playing Cards, part perf, wide margins, brilliant color, manuscript cancel, F.-V.F. and very scarce; with 2016 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. R2b $2,250.
Lot 2629 oRevenue, 1862, First Issue, 1¢ Playing Cards, perf'd, rich color, cancelled by purple Heart fancy cancel of photographer Matthew Brady, a Very Fine and choice strike of this rare revenue pictorial fancy cancel.
Scott No. R2c Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 2630 oRevenue, 1862, First Issue, 1¢ Proprietary, imperf, large margins all around except ample at right, pastel color, neat manuscript cancel, Very Fine.
Scott No. R3a $1,250.
Lot 2631 ()Revenue, 1862, First Issue, 1¢ Telegraph, imperf, unused, large to ample margins, F.-V.F., exceptionally scarce in unused condition.
Scott No. R4a $800.
Lot 2632Revenue, 1862, First Issue, 2¢ Bank Check, orange on green, perf'd, deeply blued paper, cancelled by manuscript on 1866 Eagleton Manufacturing Co. printed receipt, F.-V.F., a rare use on document; with 2010 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. R6e $700 as used.
Lot 2633 oRevenue, 1862, First Issue, 2¢ Playing Cards, blue, part perf, wide margins, deep intense color, cancelled by manuscript, Very Fine; with 2016 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. R11b $325.
Lot 2634 oRevenue, 1862, First Issue, 2¢ Proprietary, blue, part perf, exceptionally well centered with wide margins, particularly bright and fresh, neat 1864 manuscript cancel, an Extremely Fine gem; with 2016 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. R13b $350.
Lot 2635 ()Revenue, 1871, First Issue, 6¢ Proprietary, perf'd, unused, centered left, radiant color on bright paper; thin spot, Fine appearance, rare in unused condition; with 2016 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. R31c $2,000 for used.
Lot 2636 oRevenue, 1862, First Issue, 20¢ Foreign Exchange, perf'd, silk paper, block of 7 with top pair showing silk fibers, remaining stamps are R41c, strong color with neat 1872 manuscript cancels; few perf seps between top pair, fresh and Very Fine; with 2011 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. R41d, R41c Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
A REMARKABLE MULTIPLE CONTAINING THE RARE 20¢ FOREIGN EXCHANGE ON SILK PAPER.
This block was discussed in the American Revenuer (Vol. 64, No. 2) in 2011 by Michael Mahler who feels that this multiple should be considered entirely on silk paper with some of the stamp not showing fibers. Stamps not showing fibers does not preclude them from being silk paper stamps.
Lot 2637 oRevenue, 1862, First Issue, 25¢ Life Insurance, part perf, beautiful centering with wide margins, rich color with a detailed impression, two strikes of oval handstamp cancel; tiny thin spot at top left, Extremely Fine appearance; with 1984 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. R47b $1,000.