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Sale 103: The APS Auction

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Cuba, Danish West Indies & Guam

Lots 1235-1240

Lot 1235    

Cuba, 1899, 2½c on 2¢ reddish carmine, type III, horizontal strip of four, tied by three strikes of "Correos, Habana, 4 Feb 99" cds on gray Francisco de Cuarda corner card cover to New York City, "T" in circle tax handstamp, New York "Collect Postage 4 Cents" handstamp and reverse with U.S. 2 postage due pair tied by "New York, M & R" (2.7) backstamp; couple stamp flaws, Very Fine postage due use.
Scott No. 223    Estimate $200 - 300.

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Lot 1236    

Danish West Indies, 1869 (Oct. 9) Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe to Halifax, N.S. via St. Thomas D.W.I., docketed blue folded letter carried privately to St. Thomas, bold strike of blue "Forwarded by J. Fluerot & Co., Guadeloupe" oval handstamp, entered mails bearing G.B. 4d vermilion tied by "C51" oval grid cancel, red "St. Thomas, Paid, Oct 8" cds, Halifax (10.28) arrival backstamp; file fold through 4d, Very Fine and attractive, ex-Skywalk.
Estimate    $500 - 750.

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Current Opening Bid: $425

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Lot 1237    

Danish West Indies, 1871 (Nov. 8) Mayaguez, Puerto Rico to New York N.Y. via St. Thomas D.W.I., blue folded letter sent privately to St. Thomas, posted with G.B. 1d red (Z3) strip of four tied by two strikes of "C51" barred oval, matching partial "St. Thomas" British P.O. backstamp, carried by U.S. Brazil Line North America from St. Thomas Nov. 14th to New York arriving Nov. 21st, bold "N.Y. Steamship '10' Nov 21" arrival cds for 10¢ due; file fold splits second stamp, Very Fine appearance, a scarce use.
Estimate    $300 - 400.

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Current Opening Bid: $280

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Lot 1238    

Danish West Indies, 1874, 10¢ blue & brown, tied by "St. Thomas, 16/5, 1883" cds, second strike adjacent on cover to London, England, May 31st arrival backstamp, remailed with G.B. 1d purple tied by bold West Brompton, MY 31 83" duplexed to Devon, Newton-Abbot (6.1) backstamp; small edge tear, 10¢ light perf toning, Fine and scarce forwarded use.
Scott No. 10    Estimate $400 - 600.

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Current Opening Bid: $190

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Lot 1239    

Danish West Indies, 1887, 1¢ on 7¢ lilac & orange, surcharged "1 CENT", faulty bottom left corner and light crease, used with 3¢ light blue & rose carmine (6a) pair and single, tied by two strikes of "St. Thomas, 16/9, 1887" cds on cover to Windsor, Canada, carried as endorsed by U.S. and Brazil Mail 3rd Line Advance from St. Thomas Sep. 14th to New York arriving Sep. 22nd, reverse with New York "Paid All" (9.22) exchange duplex and Windsor (9.25) arrival cds, flap with embossed "Colonial Bank" belt imprint, Very Fine and a rare commercial use of the "1 Cent" on 7¢ Surcharge issue.
Scott No. 14    $3,000.

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Current Opening Bid: $525

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Lot 1240    

Guam, Guard Mail, 1930, 2¢-10¢ complete, on three covers; one set tied by "Agana, Jan 7, 1931" cds's, another by "Agana, Apr 8, 1931" cds, also set tied by straight "Guam Guard Mail, Mar 7, 1931, Merizo" three line date stamp, Very Fine.
Scott No. M7-M11    Estimate $200 - 300.

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Lots 1235-1240

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