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Postal Stationery

Lots 1973-1979

Lot 1973 S   

Postal Stationery, 1897 "Universal Postal Congress" Specimen Overprints on stamped envelopes & wrappers, complete set of 59 envelopes & wrappers, including all sizes and papers, pristine condition throughout each with E.A. Flanders I.D. bands, cut square, Very Fine and choice, only 125 sets were produced with only a few intact today, this being one, if not the finest extant, ex-M. White.
Scott Nos. U294SP/U331SP    $6,000.

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Lot 1974 /   

Aerograms, 1960's (Circa?) 10¢ set of 4 essay entires, stapled (in corner) set of 4 showing U.S. Postage and 10¢ denomination in blue & red or red & blue colors and with or without clouds in design, unlisted and rare (photo on web site).
Estimate    $300 - 400.

Realized: $200

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Lot 1975 /   

Airmail Envelopes, 1960 International Envelope Co. essay, entire, Size 23, with repeating pattern in blue, with 6¢ Transport and "Canceled" violet handstamp, slight toning around edges, Fine and rare, Undersander only mentions size 12. Undersander Nos. EAM8E var.
Estimate    $300 - 400.

Realized: $375

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Lot 1976    

Official Envelopes, War Dept., 1873, 1¢ dark red, cut square, four margins, rich color, fresh and F.-V.F.; with 2002 P.F. certificate.
Scott Nos. UO18    $350.

Realized: $90

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Lot 1977    

Official Envelopes, War Dept., 1873, 2¢ dark red, unused, 36 x 38mm, brilliant rich color, cut square, Very Fine and choice.
Scott Nos. UO19    $1,000.

Realized: $625

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Lot 1978    

Official Envelopes, War Dept., 1873, 2¢ vermilion, full corner, bright color and paper, fresh and Extremely Fine; with 2011 P.F. certificate.
Scott Nos. UO32    $400.

Realized: $180

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Lot 1979    

Paid Reply Postal Card, 1892, 1¢ black on buff, reply card only, group of 6 used examples from correspondence seeking stamps mailed back bearing commemoratives properly used overseas including 1¢ Pan-Am #294 from British Honduras, and 1¢ Columbian #230 from Grenada, Curacao, British Central Africa, South Africa and Mombasa; some usual faults, F.-V.F. and interesting group.
Scott Nos. UY1r    Estimate $300 - 400.

Realized: $325

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Lots 1973-1979

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