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Sale 81: The Sescal Sale

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20th Century Issues

Lots 627-632

Lot 627    

1906, 2¢ lake, type II, Schermack type IV perfs, horizontal pair, used with 1¢ green (343) and 2¢ carmine (344) pairs with Schermack type IV perfs, all tied by "Glastonbury Conn. Aug 27, 1909" duplexes on registered cover to Minneapolis Minn.; central file fold, otherwise Very Fine and scarce use.
Scott No. 320A    Estimate $200 - 300.

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Realized: $120

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Lot 628    

1909, 2¢ carmine and 4¢ orange brown, horizontal coils, each used on separate cover, first bearing 2¢ carmine (353) tied by "Detroit, Mich. Feb 21, 1910" machine cancel on yellow Detroit Philatelic Society cover to Schmalzriedt; and 4¢ orange brown (354) used with 8¢ violet black (306) tied by "Hudson N.Y." straightline on registered cover from Wendover Neefus to Rutledge Pa., Very Fine and scarce pair of coil covers; each with 2017 Crowe certificate.
Scott No. 353, 354; $825    Estimate $300 - 400.

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Realized: $425

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Lot 629    

1909, 2¢ Lincoln, Schermack type IV perfs, wide margins, machine affixed and tied by "Chicago, Ill., Jul 19, 1910" machine cancel on preprinted insurance company return envelope to Utica N.Y.; small cover flaws, Very Fine and scarce commercial use.
Scott No. 368    $210.

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Lot 630    

1909, 2¢ Hudson-Fulton, tied by "Lancaster Pa. Sep. 25 09 12:30-AM" First Day machine cancel on beautiful "Fulton Souvenir" postcard to New Holland Pa. depicting Robert Fulton's birthplace that was the proposed location of a national monument, 2¢ tiny stain, still a Very Fine first day use, ex-Harmer Rooke 4/29/1958 lot 84.
Scott No. 372    $1,500.

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Realized: $350

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Lot 631    

1916, 2¢ carmine, type I, imperf, "Wilson" roulette, tied by "New York, N.Y., Mar 29, 1920" slogan machine cancel on corner card cover to Wilkinsburg, Pa., Very Fine, created by Pittsburgh stamp dealer J. Hull Wilson in the early 1920's, they were primarily used on his own corner card covers, this usage being very early.
Scott No. 482    Estimate $200 - 300.

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Lot 632    

1935-36, 2¢ carmine, rotary, type 1, postal counterfeit, tall stamp with s.e. at bottom, lower left margin corner crease, tied by "Morris Hgts. Sta. N.Y., Jan 8, 1939" machine cancel on cover to local Times Annex address, F.-V.F., a scarce postal counterfeit usage.
Scott No. 634(CF2)    $900.

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Lots 627-632

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