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Sale 92: The Summer Sale

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1910-1911 Washington-Franklin Issue, SL Watermark

Lots 1786-1789

Lot 1786    

1910, 2¢ lake, o.g., lightly hinged, fresh with rich true color, F.-V.F., a scarce and elusive shade; with 1978 P.F. & 2004 APS certificates.
Scott No. 375b    $800.

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Current Opening Bid: $150

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Lot 1787    

1910, 2¢ carmine, horizontal coil, o.g., lightly hinged, well centered amid uncommonly wide margins, rich bright color, an Extremely Fine jumbo; with 2000 & 2012 P.F. certificates, latter Graded (XF 90J, SSV $2,000 for 90 and $3,000 for 95).
Scott No. 388    $1,400.

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Current Opening Bid: $1,150

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Lot 1788 o   

1911, 3¢ deep violet, the "Orangeburg" coil, neat wavy line machine cancel, well centered for this notoriously off centered issue, deep bold color, slight creasing, Extremely Fine appearance; with 1976 P.F. & 2018 W. Crowe certificates.
Scott No. 389    $10,000 in the grade of fine.

A HANDSOME USED EXAMPLE OF THE 1911 3¢ "ORANGEBURG" COIL ISSUE.

A review of known certified examples show that the overall average centering for this issue is fine, with many poorly centered and designs cut into. This issue is also often plagued with creasing to many of the known used singles.

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Current Opening Bid: $3,250

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Lot 1789    

1911, 3¢ deep violet, horizontal coil, guide line pair, o.g., lightly hinged, well centered, bold color, Very Fine; with 2020 P.S.A.G. certificate Graded (80).
Scott No. 394    $425.

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Current Opening Bid: $200

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Lots 1786-1789

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