Lot 1123 /oCoated and Cancelled Postal Cards, 1875-1900s, collection of approximately 260 unused and used postal cards including 215 coated for reuse and 45 "cancelled" not good for postage cards starting with unused and used UX5, UX6, UX7, UX8, UX9, UX10, UX11, UX12, etc., wonderful collection with some fancy bronze and silver coatings, F.-V.F. and desirable collection.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Lot 1124Early Postal Card Usages, large album with mounted pages of early uses including some EDUs, starts with UX1, UX3, UX4, UY1 (MR) FDC of Oct. 25th 1892, UY1 (Woolworth) of Aug. 17th 1894 and UY1 (MR1 Sep. 3) dated Feb. 5th 1893, UY2 (MR3) dated Apr. 3rd 1893, early first month UX27C and UX27D, new UX29c (S41d) EDU of Jun. 27th 1918, early 1920 surcharges including some earliest like S45-27, S44-34 etc., plus reply cards, and UX37 (S53) FDC cat $200, and much more, F.-V.F., worthy of close inspection.
Scott No. UX1//UX37, UY1-UY12 Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Lot 1125 *Postal Card Collection Balance, 1873-1900s, balance of issue collections of thousands of cards mint & used: UX1/UX3, UX5, UX7, etc. to the 20th century, some mounted on pages in binders, one in Scott album from UX1 on missing only few rarities, some accumulations, etc., also some misc stationery included, F.-V.F., must be viewed to fully appreciate, sure to be quite rewarding (no photo).
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Lot 1126McKinley Collateral Collection, two cartons of material in binders, some interesting background material, some pictures and a large group of McKinley related post cards, etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Lot 1127Multiple Advertising and Discount Postal Cards, collection of 32 postal cards showing multiple ads or sold at a discount, unused and used, includes 1874 Haverstraw N.Y., 1874 New Bedford Mass., large group of MA6 "Oak Hall" ads, D.H. Young (MA 9c-1), MA-11, MA-14A, MA-14B, MA-18, MA26d, MA26a2, MA26e, etc.; few faults, F.-V.F., a rare collection of this interesting advertising category.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Lot 1128New York Cancels and Ellipses on Postal Cards, 1874-1880s, four-volume collection in carton including UX3, UX5, UX7 and UX8 cards, earlier material with some geometrics and Maltese crosses, negative and positive numerals, Roman numerals, some Station letter killers, large group of ellipses, plus an additional accumulation of negative numerals, F.-V.F., treasure trove of material for the New York researcher.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Lot 1129 /oPostal Card Accumulation, 1873-1900s, huge Horton collection accumulation in 7 cartons with thousands starting with UX1 into the 20th century, note UX1 mint, UX34, UX35, UX47, some better recent purchases still in priced sleeves that were not sorted into the collections as Brad was always buying at every stamp show, some cards in quantities, etc., F.-V.F., must be viewed to fully appreciate, sure to be very rewarding.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000.
Lot 1130Postal Cards FDC Announcements and Programs, 1956-1994, four large albums filling carton with postal card new issue announcements and FDC programs, also includes some stationery and stamps, F.-V.F.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 11311891-1911, 1¢ and 2¢ Grant Postal Card Collection, great collection including mounted pages with UX10 S10PSb production specimen vertical pair ($400 as singles), two S10PSa production specimens from the 1891 and 1892 plates with blue-black "Specimen" type E handstamp (cat $500), UX10 miscuts and freaks, some illustrated ads, excellent selection of UX11TC and printer's waste, and much more, F.-V.F., an excellent collection.
Scott No. UX10, UX11, UX25 Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Lot 1132 E1873, 1¢ Essays on Buff Card, group of 22 different in range of colors on buff card, both sides smooth surface, usually with vertically laid watermarked lines; few with some toning, F.-V.F., a scarce group. Scott No. UX1E.
USPCC No. S1E-Zd $6,600.