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Sale 97: The Westpex Sale

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Postal Notes

Lots 1815-1820

Lot 1815 o   

Postal Note, Northwood, N.H., May 2, 1888, Martin type PN3, printed by Homer Lee Bank Note Co. of New York, made out for one cent, Northwood M.O.B. cds on reverse, Very Fine, rare with only three examples of the PN3 type are recorded in the Martin census from New Hampshire.
Estimate    $750 - 1,000.

Reverse.

Realized: $475

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Lot 1816 o   

Postal Note, Station D., Saint Louis, Mo., 6/29th, 1894, Martin type PN7, printed by Dunlap & Clarke of Philadelphia, made out for one cent, Saint Louis M.O.B. cds on reverse; faint central fold, otherwise Very Fine, rare with only four examples of the PN7 type are recorded in the Martin census from Missouri.
Estimate    $500 - 750.

Reverse.

Realized: $525

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Lot 1817 o   

Postal Note, Sheboygan, Wis., February, 24th, 1894, Martin type PN7, printed by Dunlap & Clarke of Philadelphia, made out for one cent, Sheboygan M.O.B. cds on reverse; small corner crease at top right, otherwise Very Fine, very scarce with only thirteen examples of the PN7 type are recorded in the Martin census from Wisconsin.
Estimate    $400 - 600.

Reverse.

Realized: $475

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Lot 1819 o   

Postal Note, Trenton, N.J., Feb 3rd, 1888, Martin type PN4, printed by Homer Lee Bank Note Co. of New York, made out for one cent, Trenton M.O.B. cds on reverse, Very Fine, rare with only nine examples of the PN4 type are recorded in the Martin census from New Jersey, the rarest of all postal note types.
Estimate    $400 - 600.

Reverse.

Realized: $500

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Lot 1820 o   

Postal Note, Philadelphia, Pa., Sep 15, 1883, Martin type PN1, printed by Homer Lee Bank Note Co. of New York, made out for seven cents, Philadelphia M.O.B. cds; couple file folds and small pinhole at top left, otherwise Very Fine, issued within the first month after the introduction of postal notes.
Estimate    $200 - 300.

Reverse.

Realized: $230

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Lots 1815-1820

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