Lot 3406 PHawaii, Officials, 1896, 2¢-25¢ complete, large die proofs, on India die sunk on cards (75x89mm approximately), with 10¢ reduced to die sink (57x60mm), 5¢ with "C-356" die number at top, rich colors, 25¢ with couple small toned spots well away from design, Very Fine, a very scarce set of Official large die proofs, ex-Golden.
Scott Nos. O1P1-O6P1 $6,000.
Lot 3407 PHawaii, Officials, 1896, 2¢-25¢ complete, plate proofs on India, deep rich colors throughout, large well balanced margins, Extremely Fine and choice, an exceptional set, ex-Golden.
Scott Nos. O1P3-O6P3 $3,000.
Lot 3408 PHawaii, Officials, 1896, 2¢-25¢ complete, plate proofs on India, large well balanced margins throughout, rich colors, 12¢ & 25¢ with natural shallow spots in paper, Very Fine.
Scott Nos. O1P3-O6P3 $3,000.
Lot 3409 PHawaii, Officials, 1896, 2¢-25¢ complete, plate proofs on card, wide margins throughout, rich deep colors, some mounting adherence on reverse, Very Fine and choice, a lovely complete set, ex-Golden.
Scott Nos. O1P4-O6P4 $2,400.
Lot 3410 SHawaii, Officials, 1896, 2¢-25¢ complete, "Specimen" overprint, medium serif overprint applied diagonally, o.g., hinge remnant, strong colors, 12¢ slightly oxidized, lightly toned, Very Fine, a very rare complete specimen set; with 1977 B.P.A. certificate for O6S.
Scott Nos. O1S-O6S Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Lot 3411Hawaii, Official, 1896, 2¢-25¢ complete, blocks of 4, o.g., most stamps with h.r., rich colors, F.-V.F., ex-Golden.
Scott Nos. O1-O6 $1,200+.
Lot 3412 PHawaii, Official, 1896, 5¢ black brown, large die proof on India, die sunk on 101 x 138mm card showing full die sinkage, untrimmed India, "C-356" due number above and A.B.N.C. imprint at bottom, Very Fine and scarce.
Scott Nos. O2P1 $1,000.
Lot 3413Hawaii, Official, 1896, 5¢ black brown, tied by partial "Honolulu, H.I. Jun 28, 1898" duplex on "Remember the Maine" Spanish-American War patriotic cover with "Co. K, 1st Nebr. Inft., U.S.V." printed endorsement to Salem, N.Y., reverse with San Francisco (7.7) and Salem N.Y. (7.12) arrival backstamp, F.-V.F. and scarce Spanish American patriotic use.
Scott Nos. O2 Estimate $500 - 750.
The 1st Nebraska Infantry Regiment of the U.S. Volunteers mustered in at Lincoln, Nebraska by May 9, 1898 with 51 Officers and 982 men. The regiment was ordered to San Francisco, California, May 16, 1898; arrived there May 20, 1898; went into camp at Bay district, San Francisco; embarked for Manila, Philippine Islands, June 15, 1898, on the steamship "Senator" dropping anchor in Manila bay on July 17, 1898. Disembarked and went into camp at Camp Dewey, south of Manila, July 21, 1898; on outpost duty before Fort Malate, July 30, August 2, 5, 6, and 12, 1898; participated in the attack on Manila August 13, 1898; on guard and patrol duty in Tondo district, in the vicinity of the custom house from August 14 to December 4, 1898; went into camp at Santa Mesa, near Manila, December 5, 1898; on guard and outpost duty until the outbreak of February 4, 1899.
Lot 3414Hawaii, Official, 1896, 5¢ black brown, tied by "Honolulu, H.I., Jun 28, 1898" duplex on House of Representatives, Republic of Hawaii blue-imprint cover to Rev. George P. Avery at Fort Collins, Colorado, reverse with San Francisco (7.7) machine transit and Fort Collins arrival cds; reduced at right, otherwise Very Fine.
Scott Nos. O2 Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 3415 PHawaii, Official, 1896 10¢-25¢ issues, black trial color large die proofs on India, complete set of the three Scott listed values, die sunk on cards trimmed to just outside the die sinkage area (approximately 70 x 87mm), crisp impressions and deep shades; 10¢ with toned spots and minor card faults outside the India paper, 25¢ some light soiling and minor card faults, Fine and scarce group, ex-Golden.
Scott Nos. O4TC1ae-O6TC1ae $3,000.