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Regular Issues on Cover

Lots 2355-2364 Lots 2365-2373

Lot 2355    

1874-1884, Bank Note issues on Postal Cards to Foreign Destinations, group of 7 including 1874 UX3 to Switzerland, 1874 UX3 with #146 to Germany, 1880 to Syria, etc.; some mixed condition, F.-V.F.
Estimate    $150 - 200.

Realized: $110

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Lot 2356    

2¢ Blackjack Covers, of 56 covers, most single drop rate usages from a variety of towns, includes five 1¢+2¢ single rate usages, two 2 singles overpaid usages and one single franking usages on circular to Amsterdam; condition varies, inspect.
Scott Nos. 73    Estimate $600 - 800.

Complete Images.

Realized: $850

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Lot 2357    

Better Cover Group, 1860-1900's, group of 27 covers including faulty #65, 69 cameo cover to Hanover, Germany, #534B Schermack on cover (APS cert); #156 pair, 158, 159 three-color franking on Rooster illustrated ad cover; Bryan campaign cover; multicolored advertising, variety of frankings, etc., worth inspection.
Estimate    $500 - 750.

Complete Images.

Realized: $950

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Lot 2358    

Collection Balance with FDCs and Face, box with FDCs, souvenir cards, also with some mint Prexie Plate blocks and Booklets with three high-value Express mail booklets, some UN FDCs, etc.
Estimate    $150 - 200.

Realized: $160

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Lot 2359    

Cover Accumulation, of approximately 650 covers; mostly modest commercial usages 1880-1940's, includes some better colored ads, registered and commemorative frankings, Trans-Miss three color franking, some interesting postmarks, etc.; worth a look.
Estimate    $250 - 350.

Realized: $500

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Lot 2360    

Cover Balance, collection of over 100 covers including a strong section of State Fairs and Carnivals (40+), few transatlantics, some advertising, stampless covers, etc., some mixed condition not counted.
Estimate    $500 - 750.

Selected Images.

Realized: $1,150

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Lot 2361    

Cover Balance, group of 8 covers including including 1861 Adjutant General's Office use forwarded via Fort Chehalis, Grey's Harbor, Astoria, Columbia River, Oregon; Olympia Wash. Terr. 3¢ #65 use; Wells Fargo Downieville Cal. use; 1869 Union Pacific R.R. use to France missing stamps; Fort Thomas Ariz. 2¢ #210 use; Fort Ripley Minn. 1855 use 3¢ #U10 entire; etc., some faults, an interesting and eclectic use.
Estimate    $400 - 600.

Complete Images.

Realized: $325

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Lot 2362    

Cover Balance, includes 50 fairly modern ad covers including some better multicolored items, and a group of fairly modern to modern covers with special auxiliary handstamps (including some foreign); worth a look.
Estimate    $200 - 300.

Realized: $220

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Lot 2363    

Cover Group, 1852-63, of five covers; includes 1852 Pullen, Virgil & Co. Express usage, early 1851 #10 usage from Boston of July 5th, two Scott #24+65 combination usages and a 1¢ Star Die entire N.Y. to Canada with "1" rate handstamp; worth a look.
Estimate    $300 - 400.

Realized: $220

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Lot 2364    

Cover Miscellaneous, two or three hodge-podges combined into one, several hundred postal slogan machine cancels and several thousand philatelic show and/or event illustrated hand cancels, mostly from the sixties and seventies, also a few Tennessee items, nothing super expensive but lots of good dollar box material.
Estimate    $75 - 100.

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