Sale 713

US, British and Worldwide
Stamps and Postal History


20th Century Issues
 
 
Lot Photo Description
Lot 2109

1901, Pan-American, 1¢ green & black (Scott 294), pretty cover to Alliance, Ohio, with "Buffalo, N.Y., May 2 (19)01" exposition cancellation; 2nd Day cover, Fine.
Scott $150.
Estimate $100 - 150.
Current Bid$50
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Lot 2110

1901, Pan-American, 1¢ green & black (Scott 294-295), two examples, each on individual expositon cover; small faults, generally Fine.
Scott $110.
Estimate $75 - 100.
Current Bid$40
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Lot 2111

1901, Pan-American, 5¢ ultramarine & black (Scott 297), wonderful example tied on 1901 cover to New South Wales, by "Buffalo, N.Y., Oct. 15 (19)01" exposition cancellation, Very Fine.
Scott $350.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid$100
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Lot 2112

1901, Pan-American, 8¢ brown violet & black (Scott 298), gorgeous bottom imprint single tied on 1901 Pan-American exposition cover to Orchard Park, N.Y., by "Buffalo, N.Y., Sep. 3 (19)01" exposition cancellation; a phenomenal cover, Very Fine.
Scott $750.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Current Bid$180
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Lot 2113

1904, 5¢ Louisiana Purchase (Scott 326), #323-326 neatly tied on a gorgeous Hold To Light exposition card to Germany; tied by neat St. Louis World's Fair exposition postmark, Fine.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Current Bid$180
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Lot 2114

1909, 2¢ Alaska-Yukon, imperf (Scott 371), two "Wagner" covers franked with plate blocks of six; top cover with block tied to Special Delivery cover by Memphis Tenn duplexes; lower cover (Registered) with stamps cancelled by violet Minnesota Junction, WI four-bar c.d.s.; both with appropriate markings and both having the stamps paying the proper rate, plates are Very Fine, Scott does not price plate blocks used on cover, actual postal usages—scarce thus.
Scott $480 as used singles.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid$150
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Lot 2115

1909, 2¢ Hudson-Fulton (Scott 372), among the most beautiful and ornate exhibition covers you'll ever see; this stunning Hudson-Fulton souvenir from the exhibition is an eye-catching showpiece; to Paris, France, with "Madison Square Sta., N.Y., Oct. 15, 1909" cancellation, Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 2116

1909, 2¢ Hudson-Fulton, imperf (Scott 373), three Registered covers, each franked with a #373 plate block; the first is cancelled by two Kohler, Wis. July 1915 c.d.s.'s; the second by two double-ring Sheboygan Falls, Wis/Registered/Mar 20 1916(?) c.d.s.'s; and the last by two double-ring Horicon Wis/Registered/Oct 19 1915 c.d.s.'s, with the block actually tied by the violet "Registered No." handstamp; first two bear "Geo. Wildermuth, Sheboygan Falls, Wis." straightline handstamp, the third is addressed to him, very pretty "Wagner" covers; block on second and third covers with minor selvage faults, blocks Fine to Very Fine, unpriced on cover in Scott.
Scott $720 as used singles.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 2117

1914, 5¢ blue, horizontal flat plate coil on autographed Zeppelin flight cover (Scott 447), 5¢ strip of seven, strip of three, pair & single, with 65¢ (#C13), tied by Lakehurst NJ flag cancel, with Europe Pan-America Round Flight and red South America flight cachets, addressed to Germany; signed by all three Captains: Hans Flemming, Ernst A. Lehmann and Hans Schiller, along with navigator Anton Wittemann, assistant helmsman Franz Bartschat, and others, Fine to Very Fine, a magnificent piece of aviation postal history.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000

Stamps off-cover catalogue $2400
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Current Bid$1,000
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Lot 2118

1917, $2 dark blue on bank tag (Scott 479), Federal Reserve Bank tag with Dec 11, 1919 cds, franked with 479, 516 & 518, nicely centered singles, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Current Bid$130
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Lot 2119

1919, 1¢ gray green, Offset, perf 12½ (Scott 536), pair, possibly self addressed by Philadelphia dealer Phillip H. Ward Jr. on cover postmarked August 23, 1919, five days later than current EDU, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid$100
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Lot 2120

1922, 25¢ yellow green (Scott 568-572), impressive "First Round The World Flight" cover featuring five 1922 flat plate issues—four with plate numbers, Fine.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Current Bid$80
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Lot 2121

1923, $2 deep blue single franking on air mail cover (Scott 572), $2 tied by "San Francisco Calif 3/Aug 21/1923" slogan machine cancel, on night air mail cover, addressed to Worden in Milburn NJ, blue straightline "Via Air Mail" and two-line "Fee Claimed Office of First Address" handstamp, Very Fine, a scarce piece of postal history.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid$100
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Lot 2122

1923, $2 deep blue with perfin (Scott 572), tied by "Capitol, Maine/May 17/1932" handstamped c.d.s., addressed to Madison, IL, Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Current Bid$100
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Lot 2123

1935, $5 carmine & blue strip of three on bank tag (Scott 573), Registered bank tag from the First Milwaukee WI Trust, with strip of three tied by six-bar straightline cancel and violet Minneapolis MN/Registered/June/29/1935 receiver, with violet "Milwaukee WI Registered /Jun/28/1935" postmark; seven meters cancelled on front, a fabulous find for the specialist, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid$300
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Lot 2124

1923, $5 carmine & blue, single franking on night air mail cover (Scott 573), tied by "San Francisco CA/Aug 21/1923" machine slogan cancel on night air mail cover addressed to Edward Worden in Milburn NJ; blue straightline "Via Air Mail" and black two-line "Fee Claimed by Office/of First Address", Very Fine, a piece of postal history of the highest degree.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid$200
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Lot 2125

1943, 2¢ Allied Nations (Scott 907), pair on hand painted all over multicolor cachet for Weigand, bright and colorful example of Knapp's early patriotic work that she would allow other cachet makers to use before she became famous, Very Fine.
Knapp 907-5.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid$150
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