Worldwide Stamps and Covers

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Apr 24, 2018 America/New_York

Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Tuesday Apr 24, 2018 10:00 America/New_York
Last date for bids: 
Tuesday Apr 24, 2018 09:00 America/New_York
Welcome to our April 24, 2018 Auction, to be held at our New York City galleries. This sale contains 688 lots of Rare Stamps and Postal History of the World, including the David Mace collection of Inverted Centers of the World.  There are many interesting and desirable items from Belgian Congo, China, Italy, Great Britain and British Commonwealth, Hungary, Italian Area, Poland, Russia, as well as rarities from South America and rest of the world.  This sale concludes with numerous large lots and collections. 

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Lot 1001 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1001 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 24c gray lilac, part original gum, small scuffs and thins at top, otherwise fine, with 2018 PFC,
Cat. Val. $1,450
Estimate: $200

Lot 1002 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1002 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 90c blue, unused (regummed), nice color, short perfs at upper right, otherwise fine, with 2018 PFC,
Cat. Val. $1,200
Estimate: $300

Lot 1003 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1003 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 90c large die trial color proof in black, showing full die sinkage, v.f. and scarce,
Cat. Val. $6,000
Estimate: $3000

Lot 1004 - United States 1869 Pictorials  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1004 - United States 1869 Pictorials

1869 30c ultramarine and carmine, unused without gum, nicely centered, small thin and tiny corner perf. crease, otherwise v.f., with 2018 PFC,
Cat. Val. $1,450
Estimate: $200

Lot 1005 - United States 1875-79 Banknote Issues  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1005 - United States 1875-79 Banknote Issues

1880 cover to Victoria franked with Garfield 5c brown (2), tied by geometric Chicago cork cancels, handstamped "Returned for Postage", 2c vermilion added, sent via San Francisco, with Melbourne arrival Oct 23, 1882, carried per "Australia" (departed San Francisco 24 Sep 1882 and arrived Sydney 20 Oct), little toning, otherwise fine cover to Australia
Estimate: $500

Lot 1006 - United States 1880 Special Printing  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1006 - United States 1880 Special Printing

1880 30c greenish black, unused without gum as issued, exceptionally well centered with wide margins, fully intact perforations on all sides, deep rich color, fresh and v.f. example of this rare special printing, seldom seen in such condition, certainly among the finest in existence, with 1992 PSE and 2004 Philatelic Foundation certificates (a recent Siegel census identifies "44 examples certified as genuine,16 of which have faults (usually a...

Lot 1007 - United States 1881-1888 Banknote Issues  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1007 - United States 1881-1888 Banknote Issues

1889 (1 June) cover from San Francisco to New Town, Tasmania, franked with 2c and 10c, carried by the Union Steamship Co., with Launceston transit and New Town arrival on reverse, usual cover wear, fine
Estimate: $200

Lot 1008 - United States 1893 Columbian Exposition  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1008 - United States 1893 Columbian Exposition

1893 1c-$5 complete, used on 16 individual covers "Hermann Boker & Co. New York" registered covers, used locally in New York City, Nov. 3, 1893 datestamps, mostly well centered, filing folds at bottom of the covers, well away from the stamps, signed Diena and Bolaffi, rare group of covers,
Cat. Val. $16,303
Estimate: $10000

Lot 1009 - United States 1893 Columbian Exposition  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1009 - United States 1893 Columbian Exposition

1893 $4 crimson lake, unused without gum, beautiful color and centering, minute thin specks, fresh and v.f. appearance,
Cat. Val. $1,000
Estimate: $250

Lot 1010 - United States 1909 Bluish Paper  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1010 - United States 1909 Bluish Paper

1909 15c pale ultramarine, l.h., well centered, v.f., with 2001 PFC,
Cat. Val. $1,250
Estimate: $750

Lot 1011 - United States 1917-29 Issues  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1011 - United States 1917-29 Issues

1917 5c rose, single error in 2c block of nine, natural straight edge at top, n.h., lower left stamp with pencil notation, fine,
Cat. Val. $1,000
Estimate: $200

Lot 1012 - United States - Air Post  Air Post  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1012 - United States - Air Post Air Post

1930 Zeppelin, $2.60 blue, top sheet margin single with Plate Number, n.h., v.f.,
Cat. Val. $925
Estimate: $500

Lot 1013 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1013 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia

1917-37 collection of covers and cards following 13 ships, spanning from 1909 to 1937, with small publications and relative information included. There is a 1919 cover (with letter) sent from the U.S.S. Brooklyn in Manila, addressed to the Headquarters of A.E.F. in Vladivostok, also a picture postcard of the "Brooklyn" at Vladivostok, plus volume 2 of "The Oriental Patrol", Sep.18, 1920 edition (ships and dates visiting Vladivostok), 1922...

Lot 1014 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1014 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia

1918 cover endorsed "Soldiers Mail" (War Department Headquarters American Expeditionary Forces Siberia pre-printed envelope) and signed O.P. Robinson, Lt.Col., G.S. and addressed to his wife in Washington, large boxed "A. E. F. SIBERIA Censored" and apparently signed by the sender himself, fine example of the officer's free-frank used prior to the application of postmark
Estimate: $500

Lot 1015 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1015 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia

1918 cover endorsed "Soldiers Mail" (Siberia address) addressed to San Francisco, with "U.S.Postal Agency Siberia Nov. 29, 1918" departure pmk (four bars applied alongside), also large boxed "A. E. F. SIBERIA Censored" cachet
Estimate: $250

Lot 1016 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1016 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia

1918 cover endorsed "Soldiers Mail" (Headquarters A.E.F. Siberia address) addressed to San Francisco, with "U.S.Postal Agency Shanghai China Oct 2, 1918" departure pmk ("1" duplex applied alongside), also boxed "A. E. F. SIBERIA Censored Lieut Lester K. Ade" in violet (this was the first base censor assigned by the A.E.F. in Siberia), filing folds, fine. The Shanghai Postal Agency datestamp was applied at Vladivostok as a temporary postmark...

Lot 1017 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1017 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia

1919 American picture postcard ("Siberia, a harvest scene"), endorsed in pencil "Solder's mail", with three-line handstamp "on active service with A.E.F. in Siberia No Stamps Available", addressed to Winterset, Iowa, bearing an excellent strike of "Intelligence G.H.Q. Northern Russia Exp. Force Passed by Censor" hs, card torn and taped in places, very rare
Estimate: $500

Lot 1018 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1018 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia

1919 (7 July) American picture postcard ("Swiss Embroidery"), with Russian 20k franking, tied by Murmansk cds and sent to Chicago, handstamped "North Russian Expeditionary Forces" at top, with "Intelligence G.H.Q. Northern Russia Exp. Force Passed by Censor" hs, card torn in places, scarce usage from North Russia
Estimate: $500

Lot 1019 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1019 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia

1919 (5 Apr) picture postcard (American Army Landing at Vladivostok), endorsed "Soldiers Mail" and addressed to Iowa, with "U.S.Postal Agency Siberia" departure pmk,, also boxed "A. E. F. SIBERIA Censored" handstamp and signature, fine
Estimate: $250

Lot 1020 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1020 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia

1919 (13 June) Canadian illustrated cover headed "Canadian Siberian Expedition", also C.A.H., both crossed out and addressed to Kingston, Pa (The Canadian contingent was evacuated on 3rd of June), endorsed "Nurses Mail", with "U.S.Postal Agency Siberia" departure pmk, also boxed "A. E. F. SIBERIA Censored" handstamp and signature, some cover tears, otherwise fine and colorful
Estimate: $500

Lot 1021 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1021 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia

1919 (1 May) cover endorsed "USS Brooklyn", franked with 3x1c green, tied by "U.S. Postal Agency Shanghai" departure pmk and addressed to the Headquarters of American Expeditionary Forces in Vladivostok, Siberia, minor cover tears at top, fine and unusual dispatch from USS Brooklyn to Siberia
Estimate: $750

Lot 1022 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1022 - United States - U.S.Postal Agency Siberia

1919 (2 July) Birchwood veneer envelope franked with 2c red, tied by "U.S.Postal Agency Siberia" duplex, with departure pmk alongside, addressed to USA, with oval "Am. E.F. Siberia Passed and Censored Base Censor", with H.R.B. initials, also a "censor" seal, fine
Estimate: $500

Lot 1023 - United States - Revenue Stamps Duck Hunting Permit Stamps  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1023 - United States - Revenue Stamps Duck Hunting Permit Stamps

2006 $15 Ross's Goose, uncut press sheet of 80, n.h., v.f. and suitable for framing,
Cat. Val. $2,000
Estimate: $500

Lot 1024 - United States - Revenue Stamps Duck Hunting Permit Stamps  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1024 - United States - Revenue Stamps Duck Hunting Permit Stamps

2006 $15 Ross's Goose souvenir sheets, three uncut sheets of 18 each, n.h., v.f.,
Cat. Val. $6,480
Estimate: $500

Lot 1025 - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA Postmasters' Provisionals  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1025 - CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA Postmasters' Provisionals

1862 "Jeff Davis our First President" Patriotic cover, with Rodney, Miss. Jan 20 "Paid" and "5" handstamps, addressed to Natchez, overall toning, still fine
Estimate: $150

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