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U.S. Collections by Date

Lots 2916-2923

Lot 2916 o   

1852 1¢ Type IV Group, 49 stamps from plate 1 late, includes pairs and strips including corner margin strip of three (position 80-90-100L1L) as well as other marginal items; cat $3,320, condition varies, a nice group for plate study.
Scott No. 9    Estimate $400 - 600.

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Realized: $1,000

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Lot 2917 o/   

1861-66, 1¢ Issue Cancellation Balance, of over 75 stamps on pages; includes, colored cancels, fancy geometrics, letters, supplementary mail, carrier, patent, Masonic, Waterbury "A", numerals, etc., some covers and other varieties; a nice group for the 1¢ cancellation specialist.
Estimate    $1,000 - 1,500.

Realized: $575

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Lot 2918 o   

1869-1990 Mint & Used Accumulation, two cartons with albums, stockbooks, glassines, zip lock bags, etc., some better items hidden throughout, noted is a specialized study of the Overrun Nations, careful inspection will repay.
Estimate    $500 - 750.

Realized: $575

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Lot 2919 o/   

1870-88 Bank Note Issue Cancellation and Study Collection, used and covers for mostly 3¢ values and the 1¢-2¢ 1880s stamps, mounted on pages including study of printing marks and varieties, cancellations mostly corks and standardized devices but also some fancy types, covers mostly ordinary usages; nice lot for further research.
Estimate    $300 - 400.

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Lot 2920    

1895, 1¢ & 2¢ Plate Strips, 1¢ (11) and 2¢ Type III (10) plate strips of 3, never hinged and fresh.
Scott No. 264, 267; $1,275    Estimate $200 - 300.

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Realized: $270

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Lot 2921 BK/   

1914, 1¢ green booklet pane balance, group of approximately 80 positional panes; with ten different plate no. panes in modest to moderate quantities and the various guideline positions in the same, mostly n.h. and couple panes with flaws.
Scott No. 424d; $977    Estimate $250 - 350.

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Realized: $170

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Lot 2922 /   

1929 Kans.-Nebr. Complete Sets, includes block of set in well centered blocks (hinged at top, n.h. at bottom) cat. $2,887 for singles, and complete Set of Kansas Nebraska Overprints on Washington D.C. FDC's (cat $2,500).
Scott No. 658-679    Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.

Realized: $1,600

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Lot 2923 /o/   

1969, 6¢ Christmas, Specialized Precancel Collection, likely the most extensive collection of these issues and an Award Winning Two-Frame NOJEX Exhibit, in this highly publicized Postal Service Test with the names of four cities (Atlanta, Baltimore, Memphis and New Haven) were overprinted on the 1969 Christmas issue, this test proved so popular that hundreds of other cities circumvented Post Office regulations and overprinted their own Christmas stamps to expedite the holiday mails; this collection contains all the known varieties including (but not limited to) inverts, inking varieties, printing shifts, reverse printings, double overprints, etc., additional varieties include local issued perfins, blocks, strips with overprints on reverse, pre-printing paper folds and full sheets, including a rare overprinted "Baltimore, MD." test printing in full sheet format, also included are locally created precancels from all 50 states along with U.S. Possessions (Turk Islands, the USVI and American Samoa), a postal history section of this exhibit includes First and Last Day covers from all four cities along with five covers autographed by the engraver, designer, modeler and graphics engraver of the issue; with significant amount of supporting documentation as well as PSE, PF and APS certificates for all key items.
Scott No. 1384    Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.

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Lots 2916-2923

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