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Sale 74: The Westpex Auction

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1893-98 Columbian & Trans-Mississippi Issues

Lots 1510-1516

Lot 1510    

1893, 2¢ & 3¢ Columbians, 2¢ top s.e., each tied by "Chicago Ill Jan 30" duplexes on French Minisere Due Commerce et de L'Industrie Exposition corner card cover to Paris, France, blue "Consulat de France a Chicago" handstamp, New York (1.31) transit backstamp, blue Paris (2.10) arrival cds, "Exp. Int. 1893. - Serie no 1." imprint at left, Very Fine and scarce 1893 expo cover.
Scott No. 231, 232    Estimate $200 - 300.

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Current Opening Bid: $90

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Lot 1511    

1893, Columbian, 5¢ chocolate, tied by "World's Fair Station, Chicago, Sep. 12 1893" C93-02 duplex to Sydney, New South Wales, Very Fine and scarce destination from show, Scott catalog $400 Expo station duplex cancel.
Scott No. 234    Estimate $200 - 300.

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Lot 1512    

1893, Columbian, 5¢ chocolate, tied by "Boston Mass. Feb 26, 1893" machine cancel on cover to Belize, British Honduras, reverse with New York (2.27) and New Orleans (3.2) transits, partial Belize arrival cds; top opening tear, F.-V.F., a rare destination.
Scott No. 234    Estimate $150 - 200.

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Current Opening Bid: $70

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Lot 1513    

1893, Columbian, $5 black, exceptionally well centered within wide and balanced margins, intense proof-like color and impression, tied by sharp "New York N.Y. Apr. 13, 1894" machine cancel on cover to Joseph Wagner in New York City, an Extremely Fine gem, ex-Schwartz; with 2008 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. 245    $4,750.

A SUPERB $5 COLUMBIAN ISSUE ON COVER, CERTAINLY ONE OF THE FINEST.

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Current Opening Bid: $2,700

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Lot 1514    

1898, Trans-Miss., 2¢ copper red, two registered Bloomington Ill. covers, each with two top plate number and imprint pairs comprising plates 718 & 719 on Jan. 11th cover along with #319b top imprint and pl. 2721 strip; and plates 716 & 717 on Jan. 20th cover with 2¢ carmine #319 top imprint and pl. 2405 strip of three.
Scott No. 286    Estimate $200 - 300.

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Current Opening Bid: $230

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Lot 1515    

1898, Trans-Miss., 2¢ copper red, two top imprint and pl. #640 and 641 pairs, used with 1¢ Trans-Miss. (285) top imprint and pl. #612 pair, each cancelled by date slug on registered cover to Chicago Ill., black "Registered, Apr 12 1905, Bloomington, Ill." three-line postmark, Chicago (4.13) arrival backstamp, F.-V.F.
Scott No. 286    Estimate $150 - 200.

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Current Opening Bid: $190

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Lot 1516    

1898, Trans-Miss., 4¢ orange, top plate number "599" and imprint pair, used with 1¢ Trans-Mississippi (285) pair, tied together by two strikes of "St. Louis Mo, 3" ovals on St. Louis Commission Co. corner card cover registered to Canal Zone, purple "Merchants Sta. St. Louis Mo., Registered, Mar 13 1907" cds, New York (3.15) oval backstamp and New York (FX-NY1a) registry label affixed, pink "Ancon, Canal Zone, Registered, Mar 21 1907" arrival oval; minor tears, Very Fine and scarce use.
Scott No. 287    Estimate $200 - 300.

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Current Opening Bid: $325

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Lots 1510-1516

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