Lot 1351Canal Zone, 1904, 1¢-10¢ overprinted U.S. complete, neatly arranged on fresh cover to Panama and tied by purple bar handstamps, with matching "Ancon, Dic 8, 1904" cds; cover opening edge slit at lower left, Very Fine and choice, a lovely complete set on cover.
Scott No. 4-8 Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 1352 ()Canal Zone, 1904, 1¢-10¢ overprinted U.S. complete, on registered cover front from Colon to New York City, franked with Panama 1904, 5¢ blue + Registry 10¢ green and tied by magenta "Colon, Mar 17, 1905" flag duplex postmarks, Very Fine, an attractive souvenir usage from Panama.
Scott No. 4-8 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 1353Canal Zone, 1904, 5¢ blue, natural s.e. at right, in combination with Panama 1904, 10¢ yellow (79) on Treasury Dept. corner card cover to Phoenix, Az., tied by magenta bar cancels and "Cristobal, Dec 6, 1904" cds; partial receiving backstamp, Very Fine, a scarce combination.
Scott No. 6 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 1354Canal Zone, 1904, 8¢ violet black, two singles, tied by bar cancel on cover to Gorgona, matching "Empire, Dec 9, 1904" cds and red Gorgona receiving cds, Very Fine, philatelic yet still a rare usage of the 1904 8¢ issue on cover; with 1986 P.F. certificate.
Scott No. 7 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 1355Canal Zone, 1905, 2c rose, "ZONE" in antique type, top left stamp in right margin block of 6 with imprint, tropicalized o.g., strong colors, Very Fine, a choice position multiple.
Scott No. 11a $208.
Lot 1356Canal Zone, 1904, 10c yellow, inverted "M" in "PANAMA", well centered with error clearly visible, tied by bar cancel on Isthmian Canal Commission O.B. cover to Ancon, matching "Cristobal, Abr 24, 1906, Registered" cds, receiving backstamp, Very Fine, very scarce cover, with only 400 produced.
Scott No. 13 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 1357Canal Zone, 1906, 8¢ on 50c bister brown, in combination with 1904, 5c blue + 10c yellow and 1906, 1¢ on 20c violet + 2¢ on 1p lake pair (12-13, 16-17) on registered corner card cover to Johannesburg, South Africa, all corked canceled with Cristobal registry handstamp tying 5c and 8¢ on 50c, N.Y. registry etiquette, reverse (wax seal removed) with appropriate transit backstamps including "Cristobal, Aug 4, 1906" origin cds; light cover wrinkling, Very Fine.
Scott No. 19 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 1358 oCanal Zone, 1907, 1c green & black, inverted center, overprint reading up, town cancel, well centered, rich colors, small natural internal paper wrinkle, Very Fine, very rare with only about thirteen used examples of this error are known.
Scott No. 22g $4,750.
Lot 1359Canal Zone, 1906, 2c red & black, double overprint, one diagonal, small part tropicalized o.g., rich deep colors, well centered, Very Fine, only a part of a pane is known to have produced this double overprint variety; with 2010 A.P.S. certificate.
Scott No. 23d $800.
Lot 1360Canal Zone, 1909, 2c vermilion & black, imperf horizontally, vertical pair, o.g., choice centering, bottom stamp with some small tears at right mostly in margin, Extremely Fine appearance, very rare with only 20 such pairs where produced.
Scott No. 32a $1,000.