RASDALE STAMP COMPANY Family Owned & Operated Since 1932
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Public Auction #442

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COVERS — United States
1383(15L8) 2˘ Blood local. Unused on cover. 1975 APS certificate (22066) states, “Scott No. 15L8, uncancelled on cover, genuine in all respects.”Cat. Value: Cat. 500.00
Current Bid: $60.00
Minimum Bid: $65.00
1384(319) tied with a Teddy Roosevelt reelection label on a commercial cover (October 7, 1904). Roughly handled, missing backflap, and somewhat soiled. See the webphotos.Cat. Value: S.B. 40.00
Current Bid: $26.00
Minimum Bid: $28.00
1385(C12) tied on a 1930 yacht race cover posted on board and sent via airmail from Rhode Island to New Jersey with backstampCat. Value: S.B. 50.00
Current Bid: $26.00
Minimum Bid: $28.00
1386(C13-C15) Pretty matched set of 1930 Zeppelin covers. All have minor corner wrinkles and a bit of toning at the edges. The stamps are centered F-VF with the C15 with a trivial toned perf at the lower right.Cat. Value: Cat. 1110.00
Current Bid: $325.00
Minimum Bid: $350.00
1387(C13-C15) Matched set of 1930 Zeppelin flights. Couple minor corner wrinkles, bright, centered VF.Cat. Value: Cat. 1100.00
Current Bid: $400.00
Minimum Bid: $425.00
1388(C13) 65˘ 1930 Zeppelin tied on a postcard. Minor corner wrinkles and a couple corners are creases. Bit of edge issues and a trivial smudge at lower right. The stamp is centered F-VF.Cat. Value: Cat. 165.00
Current Bid: $32.00
Minimum Bid: $34.00
1389Two Rossler US rocket flight of 1935 covers that happened in 1936. These two mini covers (45 x 73mm) use a 6 cent winged globe for "postage" along with a green and red "rocket airmail" label. See the web photos.Cat. Value: S.B. 60.00
Current Bid: $26.00
Minimum Bid: $28.00
1390Two catapult covers (1929 and 1931) from US to Germany. Mixed condition with various small cover faults. See the webphotos.Cat. Value: S.B. 60.00
Current Bid: $28.00
Minimum Bid: $30.00
1391Advertising cover for the "Eagle Cotton Gins and Machinery" company in New Orleans. Sent on February 26, 1885 to Cincinnati during the "World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition. Both sides are shown in the webphotos.Cat. Value: S.B. 50.00
Current Bid: $48.00
Minimum Bid: $50.00
1392Crash cover December 17, 1955 in Hollywood, South Carolina. The enclosed newspaper article indicates "over 90% of the mail is unsalvageable". This New York meter mail example is in near perfect condition with its clear "Damaged in plane crash" handstamp.Cat. Value: S.B. 50.00
Current Bid: $22.00
Minimum Bid: $24.00
1393New Bedford George L. Brownell Fine Hearses and Undertakers Wagons advertising cover cancelled there on March 2, 1894. Mailed and backstamped on March 3 in Sanbornton, NH.Cat. Value: S.B. 50.00
Current Bid: $26.00
Minimum Bid: $28.00
1394Two late 1920s first flight covers with interesting and unusual frankings using, on the first, a 3 cent Washington booklet pane and on the second, a coil strip of six of a 3 cent Washington. See the webphotos.Cat. Value: S.B. 40.00
Current Bid: $26.00
Minimum Bid: $28.00
1395Two airmail covers from the 5th Marines in Nicaragua both back to the USA (September 18, 1931) and (March 26, 1932). Roughly opened with plenty of faults from transport. Legible cancels.Cat. Value: S.B. 40.00
Current Bid: $26.00
Minimum Bid: $28.00
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