Lot 1669Envelope, 1861, 10¢ yellow green on buff, grid canceled with matching "Warren, R.I., Mar 8" cds, to Matanzas, Cuba, partial red N.Y. transit, Havana entry and receiving backstamps, Very Fine, a very scarce usage.
Scott No. U41 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 1670Postal Service, 1877, black, preprinted Third Assistant Postmaster General corner card and bearing 3¢ green (207) and 10¢ brown (187) tied by Indigo blue "Washington D.C., Reg." double-oval cancel and purple "Registered. / Apr 10 1882 / Washington, D.C." three-line postmark to San Francisco Cal.; edge faults, 10¢ corner fault, Fine, ex-Barkhausen.
Scott No. UO14 Estimate $400 - 600.
This envelope enclosed an order for Garfield Special Printings.
Lot 1671War Dept., 1873, Penalty Indicia Pasted over 15¢ dark red, printed penalty indicia pasted over 15¢ indicia, partial Dakota Terr. May 25th cds, preprinted address to Chief Signal Officer of the Army, Washington D.C; vertical file fold at center, F.-V.F.
Scott No. UO27 var. Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 1672Postal Card, 1879, 2¢ blue on buff, cancelled by "Manila, P.I. Oct 22, 1900" duplex to Singapore, bold strike of Oct. 29th receiving cds; vertical crease, Fine, a very scarce origin and destination use.
Scott No. UX6 Estimate $75 - 100.
Lot 1673Boating Stamp, 1960, $3 blue, on license, tied by "Sedro Woolley, Wash." First Day postmark, trivial wear, Very Fine, hard to find.
Scott No. RVB2 $550.
Lot 16741910-S Lincoln Cent, brilliant red luster, NGC graded MS-65 Red, a striking coin.