Lot 1114Hawaii, 1866, King Kamehameha V, 5¢ blue, canceled by faint negative "HI" oval (Davey #151) and tied by quartered cork cancel of San Francisco along with United States, 10¢ green (68) on circa 1869 orange cover to Galena Ill., red "Honolulu, Hawaiian-Islands, Apr 21" cds, "San Francisco Cal. May 6" cds; small opening tear at top left, 10¢ nick at top, Fine, ex-Honolulu Advertiser & Twigg-Smith; with 2007 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. 32 Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Although this was franked for Hawaiian Steam Service, this was apparently sent by non-contract ship and was therefore overpaid.
Lot 1115Hawaii, 1871, King Kamehameha V, 6¢ yellow green, tied by 3-ring target with center pin (Ty. 119), used with United States, 3¢ Green (158) on 1878 cover to Setauket N.Y., the 3c is also tied by red "G.P.O. Honolulu, Paid All, Feb 3" double-circle datestamp but is otherwise uncancelled, as it did not pay any rate since the 6¢ treaty rate did not require domestic U.S. postage, magenta "San Francisco, Paid All, Feb 18" transit cds at left; light vertical cover crease at center, Very Fine and interesting combination use, ex-Honolulu Advertiser, Twigg-Smith; with 2007 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. 33 Estimate $500 - 750.
Lot 1116Hawaii, 1871, King Kamehameha V, 6¢ yellow green, tied by "Honolulu, H.I., Jun 21, 1892" duplex on cover to Pola, Austria, forwarded upon arrival to Vienna, reverse with San Francisco (6.28) transit, Pola (7.16) and Vienna (7.18) arrivals, Very Fine, ex-Bleuler.
Scott No. 33 Estimate $150 - 200.
Letter was addressed to Pola, which was the Naval Headquarters and now part of Italy. The addressee was Dr Alexander Kukic with rank of Frigate Physician, Marine Garrison.
Lot 1117 SHawaii, 1883, Queen Emma, $1 rose red, SPECIMEN overprints, large red handstamped overprint, each spanning two stamps, red manuscript "Jan 1888" in top selvage, and faint violet "Return To…" archival handstamp at the top, top sheet margin imprint block of 10, o.g., stamps never hinged, exceptionally well centered with brilliant color, some separation in selvage (one piece of selvage missing), Very Fine. Possibly unique., ex-d'Assiss.
Scott No. 49S Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Lot 1118 oHawaii, 1883, Queen Emma, $1 rose red, neat ring cancel as Davey 113, but with center dot "slotted", beautifully centered with bright color, Extremely Fine.
Scott No. 49 $275.
Lot 1119Hawaii, 1893, Provisional Govt., 1¢ blue, red overprint, pair with imprint selvage showing "American Bank Note Company", tied by two strikes partial purple "Honolulu. H.I., May 9, 1897" duplex to Waimea, Kauai, purple Mar. 10th arrival cds; reduced slightly at left, F.-V.F. and nice imprint use, ex-Bleuler.
Scott No. 54 Estimate $100 - 150.
Lot 1120Hawaii, 1893, Provisional Govt., 2¢ dull violet, red overprint, tied by Hawaiian target cancel on cover with open ends used as wrapper to Berlin, Germany, "San Francisco, Cal. Oct 20, 1894" machine transit, forwarded upon arrival, Very Fine and scarce 1¢ printed matter use to Germany, ex-Bleuler.
Scott No. 57 Estimate $150 - 200.