Lot 2107 oHawaii, (Hawaii) Hilo, manuscript town postmark (801, 1R) on 1861, 2¢ pale rose, vertically laid paper, right margin single, margins large to just in at bottom, few small flaws, F.-V.F. appearance.
Scott No. 28 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 2108Hawaii, (Hawaii) Collectors Office, Hilo. Hawaii., oval handstamp ties 2¢ rose vermilion (31), vibrant color of the first printing, on cover to Miss H. F. Coan, Punahou, Oahu, Very Fine.
Meyer-Harris No. 211 Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 2109Hawaii, (Hawaii) Hilo P.O., Hawaiian-Islands, Oct 5, bold cds (242.13) on cover to Rev. Bishop in Lahaina, franked with 1864, 2¢ rose vermilion tied by square grid handstamps and partial target handstamp, reverse with "Kawaihae P.O., Oct 8" transit cds (244.02, scarcity 2), 1868 docketing at left; small internal cut in stamp from postmark device, otherwise Very Fine.
Scott No. 31 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 2110Hawaii, (Hawaii) Kukaiau Mill Co., straight line purple handstamp (Davey 607) cancelling on 1893, 5¢ Provisional entire to the plantation manager of the Hamakua Mill Co. in London, England, "Honolulu, H.I., May 19, 1895" duplex postmark and London receiver on reverse; light tone spots, F.-V.F., a very scarce marking seldom seen on cover.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Lot 2111Hawaii, (Hawaii) Napoopoo, Hawaii, purple cds (282.01, 1RRR) used as receiver, on 1889, 1¢ red postal card canceled by "Honolulu, H.I., Jul 18, 1894" duplex postmark, reverse with pre-printed Consolidated Soda Works Co. message and red two handstamp below; some light tone spots, F.-V.F., a rare Napoopoo postmark, with six strikes recorded by Gregory.
Scott No. UX4 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 2112Hawaii, (Hawaii) Paauilo, Hawaii, May 18, 1900, purple cds (259.01, 1R) tying 1899, 2¢ rose on cover to Honolulu, receiving backstamp, Very Fine, a rare postmark used for a very short time between April and May 18th of 1900, this being the latest known strike.
Scott No. 81 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 2113Hawaii, (Hawaii) Volcano House, perfect strike of straight line handstamp (204, 1R) tying 1875 2¢ brown on 1888 cover to Kohala, with two strikes of purple "Hilo, Hawaii, Aug 8, 1888" cds (281.01) and "Kohala, Hawaii, Aug 11, 1888" arrival postmark (281.013), stamp natural s.e., trivial perf flaws & corner crease, Extremely Fine, ex-Fitzpatrick.
Scott No. 35 Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
ONE OF THE FINEST ON COVER EXAMPLES OF THE RARE VOLCANO HOUSE STRAIGHT LINE POSTMARK IN BLACK.
This cover sold in our April 2006 sale, featuring the Floyd Fitzpatick collection, for $5,750 hammer. Volcano House is a hotel situated on the rim of Kilauea Crater in Hawaii National Park. In 1893, the office was described as a "postal agency" as an "accommodation to tourists." .
Lot 2114Hawaii, (Hawaii) Waimea H, Oct 24, manuscript origin postmark (807, 1R) on cover to Rev. Bishop in Honolulu, franked with 1875, 2¢ brown canceled by manuscript and tied by target handstamp, "Kawaihae P.O." transit cds (244.02, scarcity 2) and "Honolulu, H.I., Post Office, Oct 28, 1878" receiving cds (223.029), pencil docketing at left noting L. Lyons as sender, Very Fine, a rare Waimea manuscript postmark usage.
Scott No. 35 Estimate $400 - 600.
The Postmasters of Waimea were Rev. Lorenzo Lyons (1858-1886) and Miss E. W. Lyons (1886-1900). Parker Ranch was headquartered nearby and the town was also site of the mission run by Lorenzo Lyons.
Lot 2115 oHawaii, (Hawaii) Waipio P.O., manuscript postmark (802, 1RR) on 1864, 2¢ rose vermilion, with additional circular grid cancel; small flaws, F.-V.F. appearance, a very scarce manuscript postmark.
Scott No. 31 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 2116Hawaii, (Hawaii) Waipio P.O., manuscript postmark (802, 1RR) on well centered 1864, 2¢ rose vermilion on cover to Hilo, Hawaii, reverse with manuscript "May 14th, 1870" docketing; cover tropicalized and slight opening reduction at left, otherwise Very Fine.
Scott No. 31 Estimate $400 - 600.