Lot 1984 SHawaii, Officials, 1896, 2¢-25¢ complete, red A.B.N.Co. "Specimen" overprint, sans-serifed letters, with security punch hole, left margin singles (each position 21), o.g., never hinged, rich colors, a Very Fine set, a very scarce matched set.
Scott No. O1-O6 Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Lot 1985Hawaii, Envelope, 1884, 5¢ blue, mint entire with Wells, Fargo & Co's. Express printed brown frank, small tone spot at left, otherwise Very Fine. UPSS No. 9c $1,000.
Scott No. U4 Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 1986Hawaii, Envelope, 1884, 10¢ black, entire addressed to Bucharest, Romania, canceled by "Honolulu, H.I., Jun 30, 1891" duplex postmark, reverse with San Francisco transit and receiving postmarks, C. Witt, N.Y.C. return corner card on backflap, Extremely Fine, a very rare destination.
Scott No. U5 Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Lot 1987Hawaii, Envelope, 1884, 10¢ black, uprated with 10¢ yellow green (77), tied by red "Honolulu, Hawaii, Mar 26, 1899" cds to Dresden, Germany, matching "A.R." and "Registered" R handstamps, typed "s/s. 'Nippon Maru' " endorsement, bold strike of red "Rückschein" straightline, reverse with purple San Francisco (4.3) and New York (4.8) transits, New York exchange registry label (FX-NY1a) affixed, Dresden (4.16) arrival backstamp, flap with "H. Hackfeld & Co., Honolulu, S.I." red wax seal, Very Fine and choice registered use.
Scott No. U5 Estimate $400 - 600.
Lot 1988Hawaii, Envelope, 1893, 2¢ carmine, double overprint, showing strong second overprint shifted 1mm apart, entire, slight edge toning at left, otherwise Extremely Fine, a scarce overprint variety; with 1987 H.P.S. certificate.
Scott No. U11a $1,100.
Lot 1989Hawaii, Postal Card, 1882, 3¢ blue green, cancelled by perfect sharp "Honolulu, Hawaii, Apr 12" cds (MH 235.12) to London, England, interesting 1882 message "…We are having a grand trip I have been here for 3 days now. you can't land here without fighting your way through flowers & fruits of all sorts…Young ladies here walk about with slight … & festoned with fresh flowers - someone calls it "the bight blossom of a summer sea" it is as fine as Jersey, all the island (Hawaii) & the biggest living volcano in the world…", Very Fine and early use (EKU is Apr. 7th 1882).
Scott No. UX3 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 1990Hawaii, Postal Card, 1893, 2¢ black, misplaced overprint, mint card, dramatic misplacement of overprint, Very Fine and unusual.
Scott No. UX6 var. Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 1991 oHawaii, Revenue, 1877, $50 slate blue & carmine, horizontal strip of 5, neat red "Paid, Castle & Cooke, Dec 29, 1894" oval cancels, rich color, Very Fine, a striking and rare large multiple.
Scott No. R6 $2,250 for singles.
Lot 1992 oHawaii, Revenue, 1894, 25¢ violet brown, red 1900 "Paid" cancel, strong color, F.-V.F.; with 2007 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. R10 $1,000.