Lot 245-Point Star with Dot, bold strike ties 3¢ rose (65), trivial short perf, on cover to Danville Pa., matching bold "Jersey Shore Pa., Aug 28" cds, Extremely Fine and striking.
Skinner-Eno No. ST-D 1 Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Opening Bid: $190
Lot 25Eagle & Shield, perfect complete and bold strike duplexed with "Corry Pa, Nov 18" cds ties 3¢ rose (65), nat. s.e. at right, on cover to Milo Me., 1867 pencil docketing on reverse; reduced slightly at left, Very Fine.
Skinner-Eno No. PT-E 4 Estimate $750 - 1,000.
A REMARKABLE STRIKE OF THIS CORRY PA. PATRIOTIC FANCY CANCEL.
Current Opening Bid: $375
Lot 26Shield in Circle of Stars, complete bold strike ties 3¢ rose (65) on cover to Stamford Ct., matching ""Brooklyn NY, Nov 18, 1863" cds, Very Fine and choice strike.
Skinner-Eno No. PS-FC 60 Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Opening Bid: $350
Lot 27Fancy Cancellations on Cover, important collection comprising a few hundred covers mounted on exhibit-style pages in seven binders and some loose, includes such noteworthy cancellations as the Worcester Mass. Negative "North-South" Handshake (partly clear strike), Danbury Conn. Negative Hat in Circle, New York City Devil's Mask, Pittsburgh Skull & Crossbones (partial strike), Frederick Md. "Begonia leaf" PP-L 49, Templeton Mass. fancy negative "T", Boston Mass "Clubs" and "Spades", Cambridge Mass. Skull and Cat Face, Homer N.Y. "Picture Frame" (two varieties GE-S 30 & GE-S 30a), Nashua N.H. Square & Compass, Harrison Square Mass. "I. Field, P.M." (LC-NP 9), Nashotah Wis. "1869" in circle, Orland Ind. "Seeing Eye" or "Sun" (LS-O 2), Knoxville Tenn. Horse's Head, Hornellsville N.Y. Jack O'Lantern, St. Louis Sunface, Pittsburgh Pointing Hand, Duncannon Pa. "76", Concord N.H. "76" Liberty Bell, Augusta Ga. "U.S.", Albany N.Y. "U.S.", Princeton Ill. Negative "79", blue "Spring Flower" of Warren Pa., Garland Pa. "OK", Blairstown N.J. "JDV", Richfield Springs N.Y. "EAH", colored cancels of South Deerfield Mass., standard types of killers including many Stars, Pinwheels and "U.S. Mail", a couple of better frankings including. 15¢ 1869 & 3¢ Bank Note registered cover with Egg Harbor N.J. grids, mostly clear strikes, minor faults in stamps or covers but selected for attractiveness, F.-V.F., an outstanding group of this classic American art form, it could take years and many thousands of dollars to assemble a comparable holding.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Current Opening Bid: $8,000