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1907 Jamestown Issue to 1910-13 Perforate 8½ Vertical
 
 
Lot Photo Description Realized
Lot 1756

U.S.; General Issues, 1907, 1¢ Jamestown, Plate Block of 6 With Imprint, #328, n.h., top #3799, owners handstamp on reverse, Fine.
Scott $825.
Estimate $160-200.
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Realized
$253
Lot 1757

U.S.; General Issues, 1907, 2¢ Jamestown, #329, n.h., with imprint, Grade 90 Extremely Fine, PSAG (2015) cert.
Scott Stamp Values $190.
Estimate $110-120.
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Realized
$161
Lot 1758

U.S.; General Issues, 1907, 5¢ Jamestown, #330, n.h., gem, Extremely Fine.
Scott $285.
Estimate $170-210.
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Realized
$265
Lot 1759

U.S.; General Issues, 1908, 1¢ to 15¢ China Clay Paper Varieties, #332//340 var., less 2¢ & 6¢, Fine to Very Fine. The China Clay paper varieties are controversial now because of the White-Liston controversy. As a result, the Philatelic Foundation will no longer certify these, although experts agree they are printed on distinctive paper. Each with P.F.C. as "China Clay" except 5¢ with APS cert. as mud paper, most submitted by Roy White. Most ex Roy White .
Estimate $3,000-4,000.
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Realized
$3,450
Lot 1760

U.S.; General Issues, 1908, 8¢ Olive Green, Plate Block of 6, #337, n.h., large top #4922, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $875.
Estimate $220-250.
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Realized
$345
Lot 1761
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U.S.; General Issues, 1908, 8¢ Olive Green, #337, used, a beautiful example, Grade 98 Superb, PSAG (2010) cert.
Scott Stamp Values $375, one other graded this high and none higher .
Estimate $300-400.
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Realized
$288
Lot 1762

U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 10¢ Yellow, Plate Block of 6, #338, l.h., bottom plate #4941, well centered, reinforced separation at lower left, overall Very Fine.
Scott $800.
Estimate $300-350.
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Unsold
Lot 1763

U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 50¢ Violet, #341, l.h., Very Fine, PSE (1997) cert.
Scott $300.
Estimate $150-180.
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Realized
$230
Lot 1764
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U.S.; General Issues, 1908, 1¢ Green Coil, Line Pair, #348, used, "diagonal crease in bottom stamp at lower left" (unapparent), very fine appearance, PSE (1990) cert.
Scott $625.
Estimate $180-200.
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Realized
$173
Lot 1765

1910, 4¢ Orange Brown Line Pair, #350, o.g. (h.r.), Fine, PF (1978) cert.
Scott $1,175.
Estimate $200-250.
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Realized
$311
Lot 1766

U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 2¢ Carmine Coil, Line Pair, #353, o.g. (h.r.), vertical crease on left stamp, otherwise Very Fine, PF (2003) cert.
Scott $750.
Estimate $150-200.
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Realized
$219
Lot 1767

U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 4¢ Orange Brown Coil, #354, very l.h., Very Fine, APEX (2013) cert.
Scott $1,400.
Estimate $700-800.
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Realized
$1,093
Lot 1768

U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 5¢ Blue Coil, Pair, #355, l.h., Fine to Very Fine, PF (2002) cert.
Scott $500.
Estimate $150-180.
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Realized
$276
Lot 1769

U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 1¢ Green, Bluish Paper, #357, n.h., Grade 95 Extremely Fine to Superb, PSAG (2015) cert.
Scott Stamp Values $1,550.
Estimate $650-750.
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Realized
$748
Lot 1770

U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 2¢ Carmine, Bluish Paper, #358, n.h., well balanced margins, Extremely Fine.
Scott $170.
Estimate $180-220.
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Unsold
Lot 1771

U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 5¢ Blue, Bluish Paper, #361, l.h., reperfed bottom, otherwise Fine to Very Fine, PF (1996) cert.
Scott $5,750.
Estimate $1,800-2,000.
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Realized
$2,300
Lot 1772

U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 5¢ Blue, Bluish Paper, #361, o.g., "reperfed at right and bottom", fresh, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $5,750.
Estimate $1,000-1,400.
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Realized
$1,840
Lot 1773

U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 6¢ Red Orange, Bluish Paper, #362, l.h. (looks n.h.), "reperfed at top", very fine appearance, PSE (2002) cert.
Scott $1,250.
Estimate $550-650.
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Realized
$748
Lot 1774

U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 6¢ Red Orange, Bluish Paper, #362, slightly dist. o.g., few clipped perfs, decent centering, Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Scott $1,250.
Estimate $400-450.
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Realized
$403
Lot 1775

U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 6¢ Red Orange, Bluish Paper, Plate Block of 6, #362, very l.h., side #4937, rare item, Fine.
Scott $17,500.
Estimate $4,000-5,000.
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Realized
$6,038
Lot 1776

U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 15¢ Pale Ultramarine, Bluish Paper, #366, "Mount dist. o.g.", Fine to Very Fine, PF (1998) cert.
Scott $1,250.
Estimate $700-800.
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Realized
$805
Lot 1777

U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 15¢ Pale Ultramarine, Bluish Paper, #366, o.g., "reperfed at right", Fine, PSAG (2014) cert.
Scott $1,250.
Estimate $300-400.
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Realized
$518
Lot 1778

U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 2¢ Mint Commemoratives, #367-368, 370, 372, n.h., fine blocks of four of the 3 perforated and very fine block of 16 of #368, also incl. fine l.h. pair of #367, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $680.
Estimate $250-280.
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Realized
$253
Lot 1779

U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 2¢ Lincoln, Bluish Paper, #369, n.h., Very Fine to Extremely Fine, PF (2002) cert.
Scott $320.
Estimate $200-240.
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Realized
$276
Lot 1780

U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 2¢ Lincoln, Bluish Paper, #369, n.h., lovely copy, Extremely Fine.
Scott $320.
Estimate $200-300.
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Realized
$276
Lot 1781
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U.S.; General Issues, 1909, 2¢ Lincoln, Bluish Paper, #369, used, Extremely Fine.
Scott $250.
Estimate $140-160.
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Realized
$115
Lot 1782

U.S.; General Issues, 1910, 1¢ Green, Plate Block of 6, #374, n.h., top #5488 with star, Extremely Fine.
Scott $160.
Estimate $100-120.
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Realized
$276
Lot 1783
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U.S.; General Issues, 1910, 1¢ Green, Pane of 60, #374, full sheet waste pane, lower right imprint & plate # 5639 w/stars, n.h. to o.g., few hinge remnants, some separation at edges, Fine. These small sheets were sold only in Washington, D.C. during September and October of 1912. They were made from the outer six vertical rows of imperforate "star plates" that were deemed unsuitable for use in vending machines due to their 3mm spacing.
Scott $2,250.
Estimate $450-550.
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Realized
$575
Lot 1784

U.S.; General Issues, 1910, Knoxville Appalachian Exposition Cover, #375, Aug 8, 1911 machine cancel ties 2¢ adhesive (#375) to reverse of envelope, to Boston, all over ad on reverse, fine to very fine.
Estimate $100-140.
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Realized
$92
Lot 1785

U.S.; General Issues, 1911, 6¢ Red Orange, Plate Block of 6, #379, n.h., large top #4938, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $800.
Estimate $250-300.
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Realized
$322
Lot 1786

U.S.; General Issues, 1911, 10¢ Yellow, #381, n.h., great color and choice, Very Fine to Extremely Fine, copy PF (1984) cert. for block of 4.
Scott $400.
Estimate $130-180.
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Realized
$265
Lot 1787

U.S.; General Issues, 1911, 10¢ Yellow, #381, n.h., well centered, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Scott $400.
Estimate $120-160.
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Realized
$173
Lot 1788
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U.S.; General Issues, 1910, 2¢ Carmine Coil, Line Strip of 4, #386, unused, "light crease on first and third stamp", Fine to Very Fine appearance, APEX (1998) cert.
Scott $1,860.
Estimate $300-350.
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Realized
$288
Lot 1789
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U.S.; General Issues, 1910, 1¢ Green Coil, Line Pair, #387, used, Extremely Fine, PSE (1994) cert.
Scott $2,500.
Estimate $1,500-2,000.
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Realized
$3,738
Lot 1790

U.S.; General Issues, 1912, 4¢ Brown Coil, Pair, #395, o.g., Grade 95J Extremely Fine to Superb, PSE (2011) cert.
Scott Stamp Values $320.
Estimate $160-220.
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Realized
$242








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