FEATURED ITEM LOT 615 - SALE 761 1869, 24в green & violet, center inverted (Scott 120b), a remarkable rarity, fresh with clean colors, margins clear on three sides (just touching at bottom), and a light cork rosette cancel leaving the design clearly visible; tiny perforation tip tear at top left not mentioned on accompanying certificate
Closing October 27, 2021
FEATURED ITEM LOT 1418 - SALE 761 Postage Due, 1879, 2в deep brown, Special Printing (Scott J9), o.g., previously hinged, a marvelous example with strong color and razor-sharp detail, all in superior centering on glowing white paper, Very Fine to Extremely Fine
Closing October 28, 2021
FEATURED ITEM LOT 1519 - SALE 761 Revenue, 1863, First Issue, 3¢ Playing Cards, imperf (Scott R17a), an extraordinary used single; bright and fresh with large balanced margins and a neat "April" manuscript cancel, Very Fine to Extremely Fine
Closing October 28,2021
FEATURED ITEM LOT 577 - SALE 761 1861, 1¢ blue (Scott 63), the printer in Franklin couldn't be more pleased as he's perfectly centered on pristine paper with a hometown Philadelphia c.d.s., a Superb jumbo, a simply stunning stamp destined for the finest collection
Closing October 26, 2021
FEATURED ITEM LOT 269 - SALE 761 1901, 4¢ Pan-American, center inverted, with removed "Specimen" overprint (Scott 296aSE), regummed, with warm colors and sharp details on clean paper, Fine, very rare. The sheet was discovered stuck down to cardboard, resulting in most known examples with thins, creases or no gum
Closing October 26, 2021
FEATURED ITEM LOT 675 - SALE 761 1893, $4 Columbian (Scott 244), o.g., hinged, a real stunner with exceptional color, fresh paper, and mathematical centering, Extremely Fine, with 2010 P.S.E. certificate graded XF 90.
Closing October 27, 2021
FEATURED ITEM Online Sale 5148 Closing October 31, 2021

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