Lot 25111958, 4¢ Lincoln, horizontal coil, imperf, line pair, o.g., never hinged, also includes mis-registered coil pair showing electric eye marks at top, F.-V.F.
Scott No. 1058a $300.
Lot 2512 /1958, 4¢ Lincoln, horizontal coil, large perf holes, wet printing, New York, N.Y. Bureau precancels, line strip of 5, o.g., couple stamps never hinged, deep color, F.-V.F.
Scott No. 1058b $370.
Lot 25131959, 4½¢ Hermitage, vertical coil, small perf holes, line strip of 4, o.g., never hinged, fresh and pristine, F.-V.F.
Scott No. 1059 $474.
Lot 25141965, 25¢ Paul Revere, horizontal coil, tied by "Army & Air Force Postal Service, APO, Mar 24, 96243, 1966" machine cancel on an Airmail cover to Sussex, England with boxed handstamp "NZ ARMY FORCE/ VIETNAM" on the front and circular [Unit] "V161 /NZ/ VIETNAM", Very Fine and rare.
Scott No. 1059A Estimate $250 - 350.
A GREAT RARITY FOR THE LIBERTY SERIES COLLECTOR.
Evidently, New Zealand forces were able to use the U.S. Army & Air Force Postal Service, but were required to pay the regular U.S. Airmail rate from Asia of 25¢ per half-ounce.
To put in perspective, the rarity of this usage, even at the war's peak, in 1968, New Zealand had only 548 military personnel in country.
Lot 25151962, 5¢ Washington coil, imperf, pair, o.g., never hinged, right stamp with slight creasing, Fine appearance, only about 50 pairs issued.
Scott No. 1229b $300.