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Special Delivery, Registry & Postage Due

Lots 1483-1488

Lot 1483    

Special Delivery, 1908, 10¢ green, used with 2¢ Alaska-Yukon (370) tied by two strikes of "College Corner, Ohio, Jun 30, 1909" duplex on Framers State Bank corner card cover to Cincinnati Ohio, purple "Fee Claimed by Office of First Address" two-line handstamp, Cincinnati (6.30) arrival backstamp, Very Fine and scarce E7 commemorative use.
Scott No. E7    Estimate $200 - 300.

Reverse.

Realized: $260

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Lot 1484    

New York, N.Y., "3d or 4th Class", registry label with "89022" number, on 1899, 2¢ carmine entire to Maintz, Germany, uprated with 1895, 8¢ violet brown + 1897, 1¢ deep green + 2¢ red (272, 279, 279B, U362) tied by "Pittsburgh, Kans, Feb 11, 1902" duplex postmarks, purple registry date stamp and medical dispensary corner card, transit and receiving backstamps, Very Fine; with 2007 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. FX-NYd; $1,000    Estimate $500 - 750.

ONE OF LESS THAN 6 RECORDED EXAMPLES OF THE NEW YORK "3RD OR 4TH CLASS" EXCHANGE LABEL PROPERLY USED ON COVER.

Pharmaceutical samples were sent 3rd class, like the Bell-Ans pills from Orangeburg, N.Y.

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Lot 1485    

Honolulu, Hawaii., registry label on cover to Shiga, Japan, franked with 1902, 1¢ green + 2¢ carmine + 5¢ blue, three singles (300+304+319) tied by oval handstamps, violet "Honolulu, Hawaii, Registered, Jul 6, 1905" cds, reverse with Yokohama entry and Hikone arrival cds's, with original enclosure; stamp flaws including erosion in 5¢ stamps, F.-V.F. appearance, a rare registry exchange label usage, with only eight examples recorded.
Scott No. FX-H01; $2,000    Estimate $500 - 750.

Realized: $6,000

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Lot 1486    

Registry, 1911, 10¢ ultramarine, tied by "Vera Cruz, Mexico, May 25, 1914" flag machine cancel on 1907, 2¢ carmine entire to Havana, Cuba, purple registry etiquette, reverse with Vera Cruz registered and transit and receiving postmarks, Very Fine, an extremely rare usage of the 1911 10¢ Registry issue used from Vera Cruz, Mexico to Cuba.
Scott No. F1    Estimate $500 - 750.

Realized: $1,500

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Lot 1487    

Postage Due, 1884, 10¢ red brown, corner flaw, tied by cork cancel on 1892 cover from Cape Coast, West Africa (Ghana) to Chester Conn., clear strike of "Cape Coast, JA 1, 92" origin cds, "T" tax due handstamp, "Liverpool, Br. Packet" (2.8) transit backstamp, "New York, Feb 19, Due 10 Cents" duplex, Chester (2.20) arrival backstamp; opened for display, Very Fine and scarce unpaid use from West Africa.
Scott No. J19    Estimate $200 - 300.

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Lot 1488    

Postage Due, 1916, 2¢ rose, strip of three, tied by "Floral Park, N.Y." double-ovals on cover bearing Australia, 1d carmine tied by "Sydney, N.S.W., 27 FE 11" machine cancel to Floral Park N.Y., "N.S.W./T 30" framed handstamp, purple "Please advise your correspondent that the postage rate from Australia to U.S. is 2½d. each ½oz" framed handstamp, "Collect Postage .06 Cents" handstamp; light vertical fold, Very Fine.
Scott No. J60; $225 as used singles    Estimate $200 - 300.

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Lots 1483-1488

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