FEATURED ITEM LOT 7 - SALE 760 1933, Centenary, ½-£1 complete (Scott 65-76), a choice mint set, o.g., lightly hinged, wonderfully fresh and nicely centered, Very Fine. A marvelous example of this iconic set.
Closing September 14, 2021
FEATURED ITEM LOT 1258 - SALE 760 1893, $5 Columbian (Scott 245), o.g., lightly hinged, a top-line top value, with outstanding color and proof-like detail, plus centering rarely encountered, Extremely Fine, destined for a collection of distinction, with 2016 P.F. certificate graded XF 90
Closing September 16, 2021
FEATURED ITEM LOT 243 - SALE 760 Rhodes Inselpost, 1944 ultramarine, perforated (Michel 8A), o.g., never hinged, bright and fresh, F.-V.F. A Feldpost Rarity, signed A. Diena and U.F.N. Roma.
Closing September 14, 2021
FEATURED ITEM LOT 1038 - SALE 760 1861, 30¢ red orange, First Design (Scott 61), now catalogued as #71TC6, o.g., hinged, wonderfully fresh with eye-popping color and stupendous detail; corner crease at upper right, filled thin top left, Fine appearance, a truly lovely Premiere.
Closing September 15, 2021
FEATURED ITEM LOT 1376 - SALE 760 1908, 2¢ carmine, type II, experimental coil, perf 12 vertically (Scott 322), o.g., previously hinged, with intense color that jumps off the paper, well-centered and prettier than its grade, Very Fine to Extremely Fine, a difficult stamp in any condition, this with great eye-appeal. Closing September 16, 2021 FEATURED ITEM LOT 1335 - SALE 760 1901, 4¢ Pan-American, center inverted (Scott 296a), disturbed o.g., exquisitely printed with clean colors in perfect, if tête-bêche, registration; paper fresh and bright; diagonal crease, small thin in top left corner, reperforated at right and top, Very Fine to Extremely Fine appearance
Closing September 16, 2021

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