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Public Auction #444

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COVERS — United States
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
1740(1-2) 5’ and 10’ 1847 issues on cover. Both with pen cancels. The 5’ is almost four margins, just touching the frame lies at bottom left, the cover has a few wrinkles. the 10’ has four margins while the cover has a tape stain at lower right and a couple vertical creases one affecting the stamps. Adequate specimens for the starting postal history enthusiast.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Price Realized: $475.00
1741(1) x2 on a folded cover. Both are tied with a red square grid cancel and red New York cds. at right. Both stamps have two plus margins. Cover has a few minor wrinkles, Fine.Cat. Value: Cat. 775.00
Price Realized: $280.00
1742(1d) cover having brown orange shade slightly oxidized mailed to Philadelphia. Cancelled in New York on 2/6/1851. Philatelic Foundation certificate.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Price Realized: $325.00
1743(98) 15’ “F” grill on Wells Fargo & Co. 3’ entire to Germany. Blue Jan 25, Wilmington Cal. cds at left. Small circle receiving mark on the reverse. Cover has a bit of soiling and a few minor wrinkles, Fine.Cat. Value: Cat. 300.00
Price Realized: $80.00
1744(530a) 3’ purples offset, type IV. Block of four, double impression, tied by 1922 Redfield N.Y. postmark on a registered cover. 2020 PFC (567173) states, “it is a genuine usage, the cover with edge faults; open and partly at left and right; without back flap.” Possibly the only known block of four on cover, very rare.Cat. Value: Cat. 1500.00
Price Realized: $1,100.00
1745(C3) on cover from Washington, D.C. (Airmail service Aug 3, 1918) to Philadelphia (Aug 5, 1918). By "aeroplane mail". Lightly toned and slightly soiled with mounting marks on reverse.Cat. Value: S.B. 50.00
Price Realized: $55.00
1746(C13-C15) matching address Graf Zeppelin cacheted covers mailed to Toledo, Ohio. Covers are toned and have old mount remains on the back flaps. Still nice original covers.Cat. Value: S.B. 450.00
Price Realized: $600.00
1747(C13-C15) Complete set of the 1930 Zeppelin issues on a round trip flight cover. Franked and tied with all the appropriate cancels. Cover has a couple minor corner wrinkles, the C13 has a tiny crease at the right, otherwise appearing sound and are centered Fine or better.Cat. Value: S.B. 200.00
Price Realized: $750.00
1748(C13) 65’ 1930 Zepplin franked on a postal card. Tied with a machine flag cancel. The stamps is rich in color and centered F-VF while the card shows a little wear at the corners. F-VF.Cat. Value: Cat. 160.00
Price Realized: $400.00
1749FDC(C76b) tagging omitted vertical pair on cacheted, addressed 1st day with PF cert. FineCat. Value: S.B. 300.00
Price Realized: $160.00

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