U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

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Cherrystone Auctions

Closed Auction
Feb 06, 2018 America/New_York

Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Tuesday Feb 06, 2018 10:00 to Wednesday Feb 07, 2018 18:00 America/New_York
Last date for bids: 
Tuesday Feb 06, 2018 09:00 America/New_York
herrystone's February 6-7 Sale is comprised of 1689 lots of important stamps and postal history of the World, including United States, British Commonwealth, Europe, Asia and South America.  There are numerous rarities from the United States, China, Costa Rica, Colombia, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italian States, Italy and Italian Colonies, Russia and Soviet Union, Switzerland, Large Lots and Collections, booklets, Zeppelin covers and much more.  A limited number of printed catalogues are available.  Lots on view at galleries, by appointment.
Please note that this four-session auction (at 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. each day) takes place on Tuesday and Wednesday, February 6-7, 2018 - at our New York 57th Street Auction Galleries and on CherrystoneLive (www.cherrystoneauctions.com/live). Cherrystone Auctions 119 West 57th Street, New York, NY 10019 USA(800) 886.9313 (212) 977.7734www.cherrystoneauctions.com[email protected]
 

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Lot #1 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 5c red brown, red grid cancel, parts of adjoining stamps showing at top and right, margins just clear at lower left, fine, with 2004 PSE certificate,
Cat. Val. $375
Estimate: $150

Lot #2 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 5c red brown, light red cancel, margins all around, nice color, v.f., signed Brun,
Cat. Val. $375
Estimate: $200

Lot #3 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 5c red brown, red grid cancel, margins all around, nice color, v.f., signed Miro,
Cat. Val. $375
Estimate: $200

Lot #4 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 5c brown, red grid cancel, margins all around, brilliant color, v.f., signed Miro,
Cat. Val. $375
Estimate: $200

Lot #5 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 10c black, red cancel, full to clear margins all around, v.f., with 1999 PFC,
Cat. Val. $825
Estimate: $300

Lot #6 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 10c black, red grids cancel, margins all around, somewhat wrinkled, still v.f., signed Brun,
Cat. Val. $825
Estimate: $300

Lot #7 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 10c black, light blue pmk, margins all around, brilliant color, fresh and v.f.,
Cat. Val. $875
Estimate: $300

Lot #8 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 10c black, horizontal pair, red grid cancels, full margins all around, vivid color and fresh, v.f., with 2015 PFC,
Cat. Val. $2,350
Estimate: $1500

Lot #9 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 10c black, large die proof on white bond paper, reduced to stamp size, v.f., with 2006 PFC,
Cat. Val. $800
Estimate: $150

Lot #10 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 10c black, large die proof on white laid paper, with full cross-hatchings, v.f.,
Cat. Val. $800
Estimate: $600

Lot #11 - United States 1875 Reproductions of the 1847 Issue

1875 5c red brown, unused without gum as issued, margins all around to just clear at lower right, fresh color, tiny flaws at top margin, otherwise fine,
Cat. Val. $850
Estimate: $150

Lot #12 - United States 1875 Reproductions of the 1847 Issue

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

Lot #13 - United States 1875 Reproductions of the 1847 Issue

1875 10c black, margins all around, unused without gum as issued, fresh and v.f., with 1996 PFC,
Cat. Val. $1,050
Estimate: $300

Lot #14 - United States 1875 Reproductions of the 1847 Issue

1875 10c black, unused without gum as issued, margins all around, fresh and v.f., with German handstamp on back,
Cat. Val. $1,050
Estimate: $300

Lot #15 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 3c Bald, Cousland & Co., four different die essays on white glazed paper, in black, dark brown, scarlet and blue, few minor marginal faults well away from the design, otherwise fine-v.f.,
Cat. Val. $3,000
Estimate: $2500

Lot #16 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 5c pale brown, plate proof on wove paper, margins all around, small marginal flaw at upper left easily trimmed away, otherwise v.f.,
Cat. Val. $300
Estimate: $100

Lot #17 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 10c green, type I, partial black town cancel, margins all around, thin, v.f. appearance, with 2017 PFC,
Cat. Val. $800
Estimate: $150

Lot #18 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 10c green, type II, lightly hinged original gum, margins all around, fresh color, v.f., rare unused, with 2017 PFC,
Cat. Val. $5,000
Estimate: $2000

Lot 19 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #19 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 12c black, black departure and red arrival pmks, margins all around, v.f., signed Brun,
Cat. Val. $250
Estimate: $150

Lot #20 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 1c blue, type II, Plate 12, very lightly hinged, usual centering, fresh and fine, with 2014 PSE certificate,
Cat. Val. $1,050
Estimate: $200

Lot #21 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 1c blue, type IIIa, part original gum, usual centering, reperforated, tiny thin, otherwise fine, with 2017 PFC,
Cat. Val. $2,200
Estimate: $250

Lot #22 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 1c blue, type IIIa, unused without gum, fairly well centered for this, v.f., with 2014 PSAG (catalogued without gum)
Cat. Val. $825
Estimate: $200

Lot #23 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 5c brown, type I, h.r., usual centering, fresh color, few rough perforations at right not mentioned in the accompanying 1982 PFC, fine and rare unused,
Cat. Val. $5,500
Estimate: $600

Lot #24 - United States 1875 Reprints of the 1857-61 Issue

1875 1c-90c, complete set of small die proofs on gray cards from the Roosevelt album, fresh and v.f., only 85 sets prepared,
Cat. Val. $2,800
Estimate: $2000

Lot #25 - United States 1875 Reprints of the 1857-61 Issue

1875 1c-90c, set of eight plate proofs on card, margins all around, v.f.,
Cat. Val. $425
Estimate: $150

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