Lot 1301917, 2¢ rose, type I, two singles tied by U.S. Postal Agency, Siberia, Oct 26, 1918 duplex on complete package wrapper endorsed "Soldiers Mail, Leonard B. Mitchell, Corporal Inf., A.E.F. Siberia" to Denver Colo., purple "A.E.F. Siberia" framed handstamp with blue censor endorsement and "Personal Photograph" notation, purple "Parcel Post" straightline crossed out in pencil, purple "Free, U.S. Customs, Seattle" diamond handstamp, two cabinet photographs showing three soldiers training and other showing three comrades, both by B. Maukeburr photographer, photographs docketed from Oct. 1918 and received Dec. 20th 1918; cover tear affects one 2¢ stamp, F.-V.F. and exceptionally rare A.E.F. Siberia usage.
Scott No. 499 Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
AN EXCEPTIONALLY RARE A.E.F. SIBERIA PHOTOGRAPH PACKAGE WRAPPER USE TO THE UNITED STATES.
Lot 1311918, 2¢ carmine, Offset imperf, type V, horizontal pair, enormous margins encompassing portions of adjacent stamps all around, rich vibrant color, tied by neat "Chicago, Ill., Jan 10, 1921" machine postmark on immaculate corner card cover to the Covel Manufacturing Co. in Benton Harbor Mich., a Superb gem; with 2006 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. 533 Estimate $750 - 1,000.
A TRULY REMARKABLE AND STUNNING MULTIPLE USAGE OF THIS VERY SCARCE OFFSET ISSUE.