U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

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Cherrystone Auctions

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Oct 16, 2018 America/New_York

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

Tuesday Oct 16, 2018 10:00 to Wednesday Oct 17, 2018 16:00 America/New_York
Last date for bids: 
Tuesday Oct 16, 2018 09:00 America/New_York
elcome to our October 16-17, 2018 Sale of Rare Stamps and Postal History of the World.   With 1,627 lots, this auction features properties of various owners and estates from all over the world, including Ernest Wheeler's flight and Space covers and autographs, additional selections from the Scouts of the World collection, Vito Bianco's stock of Italian area and many others. There are solid selections of United States, Great Britain and British Commonwealth, Latin and South America, European Countries with Austria, Belgium, France, Germany & Italy, with their respective Colonies, also Poland, Russia, Spain and Switzerland; rarities from China and other Asian material.  As always, the sale contains 150+ large lots and collections, with individual country collections, worldwide accumulations in cartons, cover lots and more.  Browse the entire sale at www.cherrystoneauctions.com.   A limited number of printed catalogues are available on request.

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Lot 2001 - United States Postmaster's Provisionals New York, NY  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2001 - United States Postmaster's Provisionals New York, NY

1845 5c brown, trial color large die proof on reduced card, faint peripheral toning, otherwise v.f.
Estimate: $500

Lot 2002 - United States Postmaster's Provisionals New York, NY  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2002 - United States Postmaster's Provisionals New York, NY

1845 5c carmine, trial color large die proof on reduced card, little toning, otherwise v.f.
Estimate: $500

Lot 2003 - United States 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2003 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 5c blue, trial color proofs on india (card mounted), also another on card, some toning, otherwise fine-v.f.
Estimate: $500

Lot 2004 - United States 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2004 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 5c scarlet vermilion, large die trial color proof on india, with full cross-hatching, natural inclusion in margin, v.f. and rare,
Cat. Val. $ 1,000
Estimate: $850

Lot 2005 - United States 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2005 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 5c red brown, blue "Paid" in double octagon cancel, intense shade, margins all around, v.f., with 1996 PFC,
Cat. Val. $ 465
Estimate: $350

Lot 2006 - United States 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2006 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 5c red brown, margins all around, brilliant color, tied by red grids on FL used in 1849 from New Haven to New London, 28 Aug departure pmk at lower left, filing fold away from the stamp, fresh and v.f. U.S. Number One on cover
Estimate: $300

Lot 2007 - United States 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2007 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 5c red brown, margins all around, tied by red grids on FL used in 1850 from Yorkville to Norwalk, 27 June departure pmk in red, filing fold and tiny cover tears away from the stamp, fine U.S. Number One on cover
Estimate: $250

Lot 2008 - United States 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2008 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 10c orange yellow, large die trial color proof on india, with full cross-hatching, v.f.,
Cat. Val. $ 1,000
Estimate: $750

Lot 2009 - United States 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2009 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 10c black, three margins including portion of adjoining stamp at left, cut in at right, canceled by blue grids on FL used in 1851 from Louisville to New York, blue March 20 departure pmk, filing fold and stains away from the stamp
Estimate: $200

Lot 2010 - United States 1875 Reproductions of the 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2010 - United States 1875 Reproductions of the 1847 Issue

1875 5c red brown and 10c black, small die proofs from the "Roosevelt" album, without card backing but v.f.,
Cat. Val. $ 850
Estimate: $600

Lot 2011 - United States 1875 Reproductions of the 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2011 - United States 1875 Reproductions of the 1847 Issue

1875 5c red brown, plate proof on bond paper, block of four, full margins all around, faint creases and marginal tear at upper right, v.f. appearance, with 1991 PFC (catalogue value for singles),
Cat. Val. $ 2,600
Estimate: $1500

Lot 2012 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

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 U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2013 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 5c red brown, unused with large part original gum, hinge remnant, excellent margins all around including part of adjoining stamp at right, beautiful color, fresh and v.f. A rare mint stamp, seldom offered in fault free condition, with 1989 and 1999 PSE certificates,
Cat. Val. $ 30,000
Estimate: $15000

Lot 2014 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2014 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 5c red brown, tied by black and red postmarks on small piece, margins all around, fresh and v.f.,
Cat. Val. $ 825
Estimate: $600

Lot 2015 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2015 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 5c brown, margins all around, used in combination with strip of three of 10c green, margins to just in at bottom, tied by New Orleans departure pmk on cover to Switzerland, ms "35", endorsed "Per Prussian Mail", red "12" and corresponding handstamp, New York May 2 transit, other markings, including Solothurn arrival on back, cover with paper strengthening and repaired at left, otherwise fine
Estimate: $1500

Lot 2016 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2016 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 10c green, part black cds, full to large margins all around, fresh color, v.f., with 2004 PFC,
Cat. Val. $ 800
Estimate: $500

Lot 2017 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2017 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 10c green, type II, original gum (hinge remnant), margins all around to barely touching at lower left, fresh color, fine, with 1999 PFC,
Cat. Val. $ 5,000
Estimate: $2000

Lot 2018 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2018 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 12c black, pos. 27R, unused without gum, margins all around including parts of adjoining stamps at right and bottom, rich color, sharp impression, v.f., rare unused, with 2000 PSE certificate,
Cat. Val. $ 2,100
Estimate: $1000

Lot 2019 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2019 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 1c blue, type I, well centered for this difficult issue, showing full type characteristics at bottom, fresh color, original gum (h.r.), fine, with 1986 PFC,
Cat. Val. $ 2,100
Estimate: $1000

Lot 2020 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2020 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 1c blue, type Ia, plate 4, pos.94R4, black cds, well centered for this difficult issue, showing full type characteristics, rich color, reperforated with small tear, v.f. appearance of this rare stamp, with 2000 PSE cert.,
Cat. Val. $ 9,000
Estimate: $2000

Lot 2021 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2021 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 3c rose, type I, rich color, usual centering for this difficult issue, lightly hinged original gum, fresh and fine, with 2002 PFC,
Cat. Val. $ 2,750
Estimate: $1000

Lot 2022 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2022 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 3c rose, type I, usual centering, lightly hinged, few usual rough perfs, otherwise fine, with 1991 PFC,
Cat. Val. $ 2,750
Estimate: $800

Lot 2023 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2023 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 3c red, socked-on-the-nose fancy "Chicopee Star" cancel, supported by May 24 cds & sent to Bernardston, slight cover toning & backflap defect, otherwise v.f.
Estimate: $300

Lot 2024 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2024 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 24c lilac, imperforate single (proof on stamp paper), unused without gum as issued, full margins all around, v.f., with 1986 and 2003 PFCs,
Cat. Val. $ 1,500
Estimate: $1000

Lot 2025 - United States 1861-66 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #2025 - United States 1861-66 Issue

1861 Lowenberg decalcomania essay, 3c green, imperf. sheet of 25 printed on goldbeater's onion skin, creases and other small faults, scarce
Estimate: $250

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