Lot 2640Guam, 1899, 3¢ purple, horizontal strip of three, s.e. at right, in combination with 1899, 1¢ deep green (1) on registered cover to Johnsonville, N.Y., tied by light "Agana" straight line handstamps with matching "Agana, Guam, Aug 23, 1900" cds, red Manila registry handstamp at bottom, reverse with Manila, S.F. transit and receiving postmarks; light vertical cover fold, Very Fine.
Scott Nos. 3 Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 2641Guam, 1899, 10¢ brown, type II, o.g., lightly hinged, rich color and crisp impression, Very Fine to Extremely Fine, one of the nicest examples available, bought for $3500 in 2004 Rarity auction, the 10c Type II with Guam overprint exists both as a regular issue and a Special Printing; Signed Irwin Heiman and Spencer Anderson, with 1964 P.F. and 2022 P.S.E. Graded 85 certificates.
Scott Nos. 9 $2,750.
Lot 2642Guam, 1899, 15¢ olive green, tied by Agana, Guam two-line date stamp on cover to mail agent in San Francisco, Cal., reverse with "Manila, P.I., Oct 30, 1900" transit and receiving postmarks, Very Fine, a scarce solo franking usage.
Scott Nos. 10; $900 Estimate $250 - 350.
Lot 2643Guam, 1899, $1 black, type II, slightly disturbed o.g., sound, usual centering, nice wide margins, F.-V.F.; with 2000 P.F. certificate.
Scott Nos. 13 $3,750.
Lot 2644Guam, Cover Group, 1899-1901, of four covers to U.S.; includes two 1¢+2¢+5¢ combination covers with blue "San Luis D'Apra, Guam" two-line date stamps, one with first day use of postmark (Dec, 9, 1899) and other with the scarce bear claw grid handstamps, later 1900 San Luis D'Apra use with 2¢ pair tied by cds's, and 5¢+8¢ 1901 registered franking from Agana (with Weiss cert); first two with small 1¢ stamp flaws and latter cover with tape stains and stamp flaws, a Fine and scarce group.
Estimate $300 - 400.