The David Mace Collection of United States

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Apr 25, 2018 America/New_York

Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Wednesday Apr 25, 2018 10:00 America/New_York
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We are pleased to present the United States Collection of mostly unused singles formed by David Mace of Sydney, Australia.  David meticulously built his collection over the last 20+ years, filling his want list through New York Area dealers and auctioneers. David was especially delighted when he could add a rarity to his collection, such as the 1851 5c in dark blue shade (Scott No.5var - the only recorded example), plus virtually every single Scott Catalogue Number, including Reprints, Reissues and Special Printings (203, 205C, 211D);  most of the rare Coils (314A, 389, 482A and others), complete Bluish Paper, Washington-Franklins with special perforations (423A,423C, 544,493) and the1923 2c Harding (613).  Through his diligence, David was able to acquire most of the Postage Dues, Special Deliveries and Officials, including SPECIMEN overprints.  In addition, there are better Plate Blocks, Booklets (with one of the finest known 2c A.E.F. booklet panes), Revenues with Inverted Centers and much more.

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Lot 2001 - United States Postmaster's Provisionals Providence, R.I.  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2001 - United States Postmaster's Provisionals Providence, R.I.

1846 5c gray black, unused without gum, v.f., with 2002 PSE certificate,
Cat. Val. $ 225
Estimate: $100

Lot 2002 - United States 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2002 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 5c brown, unused without gum, ample margins on three sides to touching and just in at right, good color, minor toned spots, with 2007 PSE certificate,
Cat. Val. $ 2,500
Estimate: $500

Lot 2003 - United States 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2003 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 10c black, large margins all around, with part of adjoining stamp at bottom, light red grid cancel, bright color, tiny blue mark in the oval at right, interesting variety "plate scratch through the bottom right X", v.f., with 2010 PFC,
Cat. Val. $ 800
Estimate: $250

Lot 2004 - United States 1875 Reproductions of the 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2004 - United States 1875 Reproductions of the 1847 Issue

1875 5c red brown, without gum as issued, margins all around, v.f.,
Cat. Val. $ 850
Estimate: $250

Lot 2005 - United States 1875 Reproductions of the 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2005 - United States 1875 Reproductions of the 1847 Issue

1875 10c black, unused without gum as issued, margins all around, v.f., with 2006 graded (VF 80) PSE certificate,
Cat. Val. $ 1,050
Estimate: $500

Lot 2006 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2006 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 1c dark blue, type I, Position 7R1E, used, large margins showing complete design, with portion of adjoining stamp at right, bright early shade and impression, attractive town cancel, signed and plated by Stanley Ashbrook, with clear 1957 PFC and 2007 PSE certificate ("genuine used, with a corner crease at the upper left, a small tear at the bottom center and a thin in the lower left corner"), fresh and very fine appearance of position...

Lot 2007 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2007 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 1c blue, type Ib, pos. 6R1E, unused without gum, three ample margins, large at top, cut in at bottom, horizontal crease at top, ending with tear at top, also additional two small tears, good color, fine appearing example of this rare stamp, with 2009 PSAG certificate. Type Ib was produced only as imperforate issue and less than five unused examples have been recorded to date,
Cat. Val. $ 12,000
Estimate: $1000

Lot 2008 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2008 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 1c blue, type Ia, pos.92R4, faintly canceled, deep and appealing color, three ample margins, just touching at top, showing complete design at bottom, practically uncanceled (appears unused), fine and sound example of the imperforate Plate 4 stamp, extremely rare Type Ia, produced only as imperforate issue (less than five unused examples recorded), with 2004 PFC,
Cat. Val. $ 10,000
Estimate: $2500

Lot 2009 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2009 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 1c blue, type III, position 80R4, unused, three ample margins, cut in at top, deep intense color typical of Plate 4, with 2010 PFC ("with small break at bottom, trace of gum, and an albino scratch on shoulder"), rare stamp in any condition,
Cat. Val. $ 25,000
Estimate: $1000

Lot 2010 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2010 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 1c blue, type IIIa, position 50R4, unused without gum, large margins all around, with part of adjoining stamp at right, v.f. and beautiful stamp, with 1988 and 1994 PFCs,
Cat. Val. $ 2,250
Estimate: $750

Lot 2011 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2011 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 3c bright orange brown, position 39R1E, light red circular grid cancel, margins all around, v.f., with 2010 PSAG certificate,
Cat. Val. $ 180
Estimate: $100

Lot 2012 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2012 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 3c orange brown, type II, position 99R10, unused with original gum, l.h., fresh and beautiful stamp, v.f., with 2012 PSAG certificate,
Cat. Val. $ 3,250
Estimate: $1000

Lot 2013 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2013 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 5c red brown, unused without gum, large margins all around, tiny blue mark at top margin only, fresh and fine, rare unused stamp, with photocopy of a 1973 PFC for a pair from which this originated,
Cat. Val. $ 11,000
Estimate: $2500

Lot 2014 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2014 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 10c green, type I, unused with gum, hinge remnants (causing a horizontal bend), ample margins to just touching at bottom, showing the complete ornaments, light vertical crease and other small faults, not mentioned on the accompanying 2010 W.R. Weiss certificate,
Cat. Val. $ 19,000
Estimate: $2000

Lot 2015 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2015 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 10c green, type II, unused with original gum, h.r., three ample margins, just in at bottom, deep color and unusually fresh, rare unused, with 1989 PFC ("genuine previously hinged")
Cat. Val. $ 5,000
Estimate: $500

Lot 2016 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2016 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 10c green, type III, unused with full original gum, lightly hinged, three ample margins, just barely touching the ornaments at right, good color, tiny corner crease at bottom right, still a fine unused stamp, with 1995 PFC,
Cat. Val. $ 5,000
Estimate: $750

Lot 2017 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2017 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 10c green, type IV, pos.65L, recut at top, neat and very light town cancel, large margins all around, beautiful color, v.f., with 2010 PFC,
Cat. Val. $ 1,600
Estimate: $750

Lot 2018 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2018 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 1c blue, type I, unused without gum, well centered and showing complete ornaments on all sides, tiny corner crease at upper left, otherwise fresh and v.f., with 2010 W.R. Weiss certificate,
Cat. Val. $ 800
Estimate: $150

Lot 2019 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2019 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 1c blue, type Ia, pos. 96L4, faintly canceled, usual centering, deep color, fine and rare, with 2000 PFC,
Cat. Val. $ 9,000
Estimate: $1000

Lot 2020 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2020 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 1c blue, type III, unused, good color, with 1997 PFC ("with disturbed gum, over a small thin spot and reperforated at top"), fine appearance,
Cat. Val. $ 17,500
Estimate: $1000

Lot 2021 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2021 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 1c blue, type IV, triple transfer, one inverted, position 71L1L, recut twice at top and once at bottom (only four such recuts on the plate), deep rich color, used, faint crease, otherwise fine and very rare,
Cat. Val. $ 4,000
Estimate: $1000

Lot 2022 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2022 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 5c brick red, type I, unused, part original gum, h.r., usual centering, nice color, small sealed tear at bottom (below "I" in "Five"), fine appearance, with 2008 PFC. A rare opportunity to obtain this elusive unused stamp (approximately twenty stamps with original gum have been documented (allowing for duplicate offerings and excluding the one known original-gum block). Of those, about half had perfs touching on two sides or were deeply...

Lot 2023 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2023 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 5c red brown, unused without gum, brilliant color and reasonably well centered for this difficult issue, at top, small, inconsequential corner crease at upper left, fine and rare stamp, with 2010 PFC (catalogued as unused without gum)
Cat. Val. $ 15,000
Estimate: $2500

Lot 2024 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2024 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 5c red brown, type II, unused with original gum, beautiful color, fresh and fine, with 2010 PSE certificate,
Cat. Val. $ 2,200
Estimate: $500

Lot 2025 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions The David Mace Collection of United States

Lot #2025 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 10c green, type I, unused (regummed), nice color, centered to top, fine and rare stamp, with 2009 PSE certificate (catalogued as unused without gum)
Cat. Val. $ 11,500
Estimate: $1500

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