FEATURED ITEM LOT 3667 - Sale 775 State Dept., 1875 Special Printing, $2 green & black, overprinted "Specimen" (Scott O68SD), without gum as issued, an immaculate example with clean colors and sharp overprint, Fine, one of the scarcest of all Official Specimens, only 32 were sold, with 2018 P.F. certificate
Closing September 13-16, 2022
FEATURED ITEM LOT 3243 - Sale 773 Closing September 13-16, 2022 1903, $1 black (Scott 311), o.g., never hinged, a flawless Farragut in strong color with proof-like detail and never-encountered centering, looking fresh off the press with unblemished gum, Superb, a Top of the Pop, PSE's Population Report listing just three stamps at this grade, with 1989 (as part imprint single, selvage since removed), 2000 and 2022 P.F. certificates, the last graded SUP 98.
FEATURED ITEM LOT 2388 - Sale 774 1852, Presidency, 10c pale bister on yellowish (Scott 10), full complete unblemished original gum, with the barest trace where the gum was "kissed" by a hinge, nice color and impression with three full margins, in at bottom, Fine and rare, a stamp missing from many mint French Collections, with 2022 P.F. certificate. Yvert 9.
Closing September 13-16, 2022
FEATURED ITEM LOT 3834 - Sale 774 Louisville, Ky., Brown & McGill's U.S.P.O. Despatch, 1858 (2¢) black (Scott 5LB3), large margins with a partial blue "(LOUISVILLE) KY." c.d.s.; small filled thins in two corners, a faint horizontal crease ending in a tiny tear and light toning in the center, Very Fine appearance, with a 2017 P.F. certificate.
Closing September 13-16, 2022
FEATURED ITEM LOT 3838 - Sale 774 New York, N.Y., U.S. City Despatch Post, 1842-45, 3¢ black on green (Scott 6LB4), a spectacular top sheet margin example, unused without gum, wonderfully fresh with dividing line all around (just a trace at the right), Extremely Fine and choice, with 1991 & 2007 P.F. certificates, the former noting that this is from position 2L in the sheet of 50.
Closing September 13-16, 2022
FEATURED ITEM LOT 6335 - Sale 775 1926, 20¢ carmine rose, sharp "A", "ZONE CANAL" (Scott 92c), corner margin block of 4 with siderographer's initials "E.H.", position 91 LL, o.g., never hinged, deep rich color, rare and desirable typesetting error in attractive block, lovely Fine appearance, only three examples of this error reported, among the rarest Canal Zone errors and a Great Treasure of Philately. CZSG 92c.
Closing September 20, 2022
FEATURED ITEM LOT 6055 - Sale 775 1904, 1c green, inverted overprint (Scott 9c), o.g., lightly hinged, particularly rare and desirable error, bright and well centered, the finest example extant, outstanding key error, Choice Very Fine, only six examples reported in Canal Zone Stamps, one possibly unused and five used, this being an additional and superior example, with 2010 A.P.S. certificate. CZSG 9c.
Closing September 20, 2022
FEATURED ITEM LOT 6142 - Sale 775 1909, 1c dark green & black, inverted center, overprint reading down (Scott 31a), partial Las Cascade duplex cancel, crisp and clean, left side perforations clipped beyond the edge of the perforations (as is typical of handmade booklets of the period, from which this may have come), completely sound and attractive, Fine and rare, only four used examples known (one severely defective), Ex-Plass, Drucker, Campbell, with 2003 and 1967 P.F. certificates. CZSG 31a.
Closing September 20, 2022
FEATURED ITEM LOT 6171 - Sale 775 1912, 5c deep blue & black, vignette error (Cordoba portrait of 2c) (Scott 40a), face free duplex cancel, a most extraodinary Canal Zone error, attractive sound example of this rare and desirable stamp, Fine to Very Fine, only nine examples recorded, most of which have defects, signed L. W. Charlat. CZSG 40a
Closing September 20 2022
FEATURED ITEM LOT 6369 - Sale 775 1962, 4¢ Thatcher Ferry Bridge, silver (bridge) omitted (Scott 157a), selvage at right, immaculate "P.O. fresh" o.g., never hinged, pristine example of this scarce and popular error, choice in every respect, Extremely Fine, only 50 examples released to collectors, with 1998 A.P.S. certificate. CZSG 157a.
Closing September 20, 2022
FEATURED ITEM LOT 400 - Sale 776 Closing Sept 30 - Oct 1, 2022 Waterbury Fancy Cancel Collection, 139 stamps and nine covers, 1860's-1870's, on Scott Specialty album pages with pages from Mannel Hahn's book pasted opposite, approximately 80 different cancels (on 3c 1861 issues unless otherwise noted) including stars, rosettes, CR-24 on 1c Treasury, "standing horse" (three), "Woman Wearing Snood" on 3c 1861 & 3c 1869, clown, anti-Andrew Johnson propaganda (two), skull & crossbones (five total examples of two different types including two on 3c 1869), elephant, fish, running chicken (four 3c 1869's), eagle & shield (six including two 3c 1869)
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FEATURED ITEM LOT 1 - SALE 776 The Great Gatsby Powerhouse Collection, 1847 to 1920s, intact and offered in a single volume with unused, mint and used containing some of the most sought-after issues that are often missing from even the most advanced collections, replete with a plethora of varieties and shades, we start off with unused/mint (unless noted): #1 & #2 four margins (each with certs); 2TC3b dark brown; extra used #2; 3P4; 3-4; 7; used 8 (PFC); 8A; 9; 10; 11(three shades); used 12 (appears unused); used 13 (2);
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Closing Sept 30 - Oct 1, 2022
FEATURED ITEM LOT 158 - SALE 776 Well Filled Specialized Revenue Collection, 1862-1955, mounted in Scott Speciality album, first issue imperforates many to $50, part perforate to $60, perforated complete less only R31c, second series complete to $50 (only a couple with cut cancels), third series complete (a few cut cancels), R159-R160, R173-R181 (R181 cut cancel), R217-226 (last with certificate), later documentary sets well filled missing some high values, a few of the early proprietary, fairly complete from 1898 issue on, strong group of stock transfers except after 1940 missing many of the high values,
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Closing Sept 30 - Oct 1, 2022
FEATURED ITEM LOT 575 - Sale 776 French Colonies, "Très Bon" Mint & Used Collection, 1859-1940, A clean and attractive collection, most stamps hinged on album pages with some in mounts and housed in three binders. From Alaouites to Wallis & Futuna, we have a long list of highlights, so without further ado, we begin with Alexandretta and mint #1-12, C1-8, J1-6, Algeria (1924-39) with mint B1-13, B14-26, B28-31, Andorra (1931-37) with used 16, and mint 50, Anjouan (1892-1912) with mint 6, 9-14, 16-19, Annam & Tonkin with mint 2-3, Cochin China with mint 5, Dahomey (1899-1940) with mint 14, Diego Suarez (1890-92) with used 8-9, 14-15, 17-20, 
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Closing Sept 30 - Oct 1, 2022
FEATURED ITEM LOT 412 - Sale 776 Great Britain, Superlative Specialized Used Collection, 1840-1951. In Davo deluxe album, beautiful, specialised with plate numbers, colors, watermarks, plus other varieties, many better stamps such as : penny black 1840 (5x, all with certificate), 2 penny 1840, SG #49 plate 1-20, embossed 1847, SG #128 (Victoria 10 shillings gray, watermark maltese cross), SG # 129 (Victoria 1 lb brown lilac, watermark Maltese Cross), SG # 130 (Victoria 5 shillings pink, watermark anchor, blue paper, with c
ertificate),
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Closing Sept 30 - Oct 1, 2022

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