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Canal Zone - Postal Cards & Registration Envelopes

Lots 1392-1399

Lot 1392    

Canal Zone, Postal Card, 1921, 1c green, entire, bright and fresh, Extremely Fine, in far better condition than most mint example.
Scott No. UX5    $1,100.

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Lot 1393 o   

Canal Zone, Postal Card, 1921, 1c green, addressed to Wisconsin and canceled by "Ancon, Jul 5, 1922" machine postmark, company receiving date stamp; couple filing pinholes, still Very Fine.
Scott No. UX5    $450.

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Lot 1394    

Canal Zone, Postal Card, 1924, 1c green, mint card, crisp corners, fresh and Extremely Fine.
Scott No. UX6    $1,050.

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Realized: $220

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Lot 1395    

Canal Zone, Postal Card, 1935, 1¢ green on buff, cancelled by "Gamboa C.Z., Dec 6, 1943" duplex to Savannah Ga., purple "U.S. Censorship, Examined" circular handstamp, purple "Damaged by Fire, At Union Station, Savannah, Ga., Dec. 18, 1943" auxiliary three-line handstamp, Fine and unusual use.
Scott No. UX10    Estimate $150 - 200.

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Realized: $210

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Lot 1396    

Canal Zone, Postal Stationery Collection, small collection including entires: U1 mint, U2 used, U3 used, U4 used, U6 & U7 mint, U8 mint (5 in various vars.), U9 (7 in various sizes and knives), etc., F.-V.F.
Scott No. U1//U9    Estimate $300 - 400.

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Lot 1397 /o   

Canal Zone, Postal Card Collection, collection mounted on pages, many better including UX1 mint and used (2 of each), the overprint varieties of UX2 (17 in mint and used) listed in UPSS S3//S9 less only S5, UX4 (S10) mint and used (4, two of each) plus grayish paper variety (2, mint and used), UX6 mint with light toning (catalog $1,050), UX7 (3, two mint and one use), UX8 (3, two mint and one used), etc., F.-V.F.
Scott No. UX1//UX11    Estimate $750 - 1,000.

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Realized: $625

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Lot 1398    

Canal Zone, Registration Envelope, 1918, 10¢ on 5c black & red on cream, wide surcharge, type R2, size 11, entire, crisp and fresh, Very Fine.
Scott No. UF1a    $1,300.

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Realized: $850

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Lot 1399    

Canal Zone, Registration Envelope, 1918, 10¢ on 5c black & red on cream, wide surcharge, entire to Omaha, Neb. uprated with 1917, 12¢ purple & black + 1918, 2¢ vermilion & black pair (49+53) and tied by negative star cancels, reverse with violet "Cristobal, Mar 26, 1919" origin and New Orleans transit cds's; some minor edge wear, F.-V.F., a very scarce use of this registration entire.
Scott No. UF1a; $2,000    Estimate $750 - 1,000.

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Realized: $1,500

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