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Sale 88: The Sescal Sale

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Advertising & Illustrated - Aeronautical to Fruits

Lots 598-607 Lots 608-617 Lots 618-623

Lot 598    

Advertising Collars, group of 5 different comprising Ohio Centennial with 2¢ #213, The Keystone Watch Club with 2¢ #213, Sunshine Stoves with 2¢ Bureau issue; English & Mersick Landau Fixtures etc. with 2¢ #220; and Old Dominion Building & Loan Association with two 2¢ #220 singles, F.-V.F. trio.
Estimate    $150 - 200.

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Current Opening Bid: $220

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Lot 599    

Advertising Cover Group, 1883-86, of four covers each bearing 2¢ Banknote; includes "Fannie Dexter, Clairvoyant Physician" shield corner card (Pawtucket, R.I.), W. C. Vosburgh Mfg. Co. showing Illuminated Clock (Chicago, Ill.), "J.M. Graham, Carriages, Heavy Wagons, Carts" bordered ad (Lawrence, Mass.) and A.D. Puffer & Sons' Manufacturing Co. showing Carbonated Beverage Machines, Very Fine.
Estimate    $200 - 300.

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Current Opening Bid: $90

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Lot 600    

(Aeronautical) Williams & Young, The Worlds Greatest Aeronauts, beautiful blue illustrated ad showing Balloon with Parachuter below and "The Most Marvelous and Dareing Feat Ever Performed by Humane Being", on unsealed 1891 cover bearing 1¢ blue (219), s.e. at bottom, tied by "Chicago" third class grid cancel to the Secretary of Fair in Belleville, Canada at the 1¢ printed matter rate, Very Fine and attractive, a rare design.
Estimate    $250 - 350.

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Current Opening Bid: $120

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Lot 601    

(Agricultural) Clapp's Favorite, J.W. Manning, Nurseyman - Reading, Ms., illustrated ad design showing Pear Outline, on cover franked with 1861, 3¢ rose tied by circular of wedges handstamp with matching rimless Reading, Ms. cds alongside, Very Fine.
Scott No. 65    Estimate $40 - 60.

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Current Opening Bid: $10

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Lot 602    

(Agricultural) Geo. W. Campbell, Grape Culturist, Delaware, Ohio, illustrated ad design showing Vineyard House with Grape Vine Border, in cover franked with 2¢ Banknote tied by Delaware, O. duplex postmark; cover with small piece missing from reverse, otherwise Very Fine.
Estimate    $50 - 75.

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Current Opening Bid: $20

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Lot 603    

(Agricultural) Jerome B. Rice, Seed Company, Cambridge, N.Y., allover illustrated design showing Vegetables on front of cover, reverse showing Elf Worker Picking Cabbage, addressed and franked with 2¢ red tied by 1914 Cambridge, N.Y. duplex postmark, Very Fine and choice.
Estimate    $200 - 300.

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Current Opening Bid: $90

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Lot 604    

(Brewery) Christian Feigenspan Breweries, Newark, New Jersey, multicolored ad design showing Feigenspan's India Pale Ale Bottle, on cover franked with 1903 1¢ green tied by 1906 Newark, N.Y. machine postmark, factory view and logo on reverse; light cover soiling, otherwise Very Fine.
Estimate    $50 - 75.

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Current Opening Bid: $20

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Lot 605    

(Brewery) Frooedtert Bros. Grain & Malting Co., Milwaukee, Wis., multicolored logo ad design, on cover franked with 2¢ Bureau tied by 1899 Milwaukee, Wis. machine postmark, with illustration of Brewery on reverse, Very Fine and choice.
Estimate    $75 - 100.

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Current Opening Bid: $30

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Lot 606    

(Cameo) Anti-Slavery Office, Philadelphia Pa., red embossed cameo on flap of dark buff cover with blue "Philada. Pa. Jul 19" cds and matching "2" in double-circle rating handstamp to local address; cameo cut from opening, otherwise Very Fine and scarce slavery-related cameo.
Estimate    $200 - 300.

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Current Opening Bid: $90

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Lot 607    

(Cameo) City Hotel, Alexandria Va, Saml Heflebower, Proprietor, blue boxed fancy corner card, on buff cover franked with 1857, 3¢ dull red, tied by grid & double circle "Alexandria, Va., Jul 15, 1861" cds, to Brooklyn, New York, Very Fine and attractive.
Estimate    $100 - 150.

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Current Opening Bid: $40

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