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1893 Columbian Issue

Lots 1346-1352

Lot 1346    

1893, Columbian, 3¢ green, diagonal bisect, used on 1¢ postal card (UX11) cancelled by "New York, Oct 3, 1893" machine cancel to Germany, blue crayon "0" adjacent to bisect and matching large "10", "T, Centimes, 5, N.Y." duplex, bisect tied by "Dresden (10.14) arrival cds and large blue crayon "10" due rating, Very Fine and rare attempted bisect use.
Scott No. 232 var.    Estimate $300 - 400.

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Current Opening Bid: $270

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Lot 1347    

1893, Columbian, 3¢ green, wide margins, tied by "World's Fair Station, Chicago, Oct 30, 1893" machine postmark on locally addressed 15c Chilean entire (H&G B7) with red Columbus Day souvenir imprint and blue Columbus medallion at left, Extremely Fine; with 1998 & 2011 P.F. certificates.
Scott No. 232    Estimate $200 - 300.

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Current Opening Bid: $180

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Lot 1348    

1893, Columbian, 4¢ ultramarine, diagonal bisect, upper left half, tied by "Lakeport, N.H., Jan 25 1894" duplex with target duplex on corner card cover to Saginaw, Mich.; cover with light water staining in address panel, otherwise Very Fine and rare accepted Columbian Issue bisect use; with 2018 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. 233 var.    Estimate $300 - 400.

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Current Opening Bid: $140

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Lot 1349 ()   

1893, Columbian, 15¢ dark green, tied by cork cancel on J. Ellwood Lee Co. package label from Conshohocken Pa. to Otis Clapp & Son in Providence R.I.; minor stain bottom right, Very Fine and attractive third-class Columbian high-value use.
Scott No. 238    Estimate $200 - 300.

Otis Clapp and Co. is one of the oldest pharmaceutical manufacturers in the U.S.

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Current Opening Bid: $110

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Lot 1350 ()   

1893, Columbian, 30¢ orange brown, used with 6¢ Columbian (235) and 1¢ dull blue (219) and 2¢ carmine (220) block of four, all tied by third-class ovals on package label to Otis Clapp & Son at Providence R.I., preprinted label with health cross and "Handle with Care." endorsement, tied by "Boston Mass" oval cancel on package front with Clapton & Sons return address to East Clapton R.I., Very Fine and scarce third-class Columbian high-value combo use with 1890 Small Banknotes.
Scott No. 239; $375 on cover    Estimate $200 - 300.

Otis Clapp and Co. is one of the oldest pharmaceutical manufacturers in the U.S.

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Current Opening Bid: $110

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Lot 1351    

1893, Columbian, 50¢ slate blue, tied by "Newark N.J." registry oval on parcel tag from William Roemer, Newark N.J. to Messrs. Otis Clapp & Son in Providence R.I., Very Fine and rare high-value Columbian parcel tag use.
Scott No. 240; $600 on cover    Estimate $300 - 400.

Otis Clapp and Co. is one of the oldest pharmaceutical manufacturers in the U.S.

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Current Opening Bid: $325

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Lot 1352 ()   

1893, Columbian, 50¢ slate blue, used with 1¢ dull blue (219), each tied by cork cancels on Otis Clapp & Son package label from Providence R.I. to St. Louis Mo., Very Fine and scarce third-class Columbian high-value combo use with the 1890 Small Banknote.
Scott No. 240; $600 on cover    Estimate $300 - 400.

Otis Clapp and Co. is one of the oldest pharmaceutical manufacturers in the U.S.

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Current Opening Bid: $140

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