Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

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Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions

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Dec 11, 2017 America/New_York

Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Monday Dec 11, 2017 10:00 to Wednesday Dec 13, 2017 16:00 America/New_York
Last date for bids: 
Monday Dec 11, 2017 09:00 America/New_York

"Flagship" sale with over 2000 lots of U.S., British and Worldwide stamps and postal history, featuring:

  • The Stanley J. Richmond Holdings, Part VI
  • The Dr. Chalmers E. Cornelius, III, Collection of Germany and Area
  • The "Deacon" Collection of United States and Possessions
  • The "Good" Family Collection of United States stamps
  • The "Best" Family collection of Canada and B.N.A.
  • The Maurice Whitney Collection of United States Stamps including Newspaper and Revenue Issues
Showing 1 - 25 of 2091
Lot 1001 - 1: U.S. Postal History autographs and free franks -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1001 - 1: U.S. Postal History autographs and free franks

Spinner, Francis E., Lincoln's Secretary of the Treasury. A total of three free franks on three different colors all-over advertizing for 36th Congress House of Representatives envelopes, one with just his signature, one mailed to Woodstock CT and the third mailed Little Falls NY, the two mailed with 1861 Washington DC Free c.d.s., great ephemeral material for Lincoln collectors, Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750

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Price: $ 250.00
Lot 1002 - 1: U.S. Postal History Postmarks by State -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1002 - 1: U.S. Postal History Postmarks by State

[New Hampshire] Hanover, bold blue negative postmark in serrated box with manuscript Mar 7 date on 1827 folded letter addressed to Sandwich NH, matching manuscript "10" rate at upper right; trace of faint vertical file fold at center which does not affect the markings, Extremely Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.

Price: $ 150.00
Lot 1003 - 1: U.S. Postal History Postmarks by State -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1003 - 1: U.S. Postal History Postmarks by State

[Ohio] Chillicothe, manuscript town straight line "April 16th 1803" & matching "17" rate on folded letter sheet to Washington, Penn., letter datelined "Chillicothe, State of Ohio, April 13th, 1803" (just six weeks into statehood), listed in ASCC as Northwest Territory marking $2,000.00 & unpriced as 1802-3 Statehood marking, an extremely early folded letter sheet with excellent content, extremely scarce, Very Fine.
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Price: $ 180.00
Lot 1004 - 1: U.S. Postal History western express covers -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1004 - 1: U.S. Postal History western express covers

Jones & Russell Pikes Peak Express Co., DENVER CITY APR 12 1860 postmark at upper left of cover to Saint Louis, Missouri, US postage paid with two 3¢ dull red perforated (Scott 26) tied by LEAVENWORTH K.T. territorial date stamp, late usage of this marking; left 2¢ stamp with small piece out at lower left, cover with light staining and some edge flaws, Fine, rare usage.
Estimate $250 - 350.

Price: $ 130.00
Lot 1005 - 1: U.S. Postal History western express covers -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1005 - 1: U.S. Postal History western express covers

Langton's Pioneer Express, ornate Paid frank in dark blue on unaddressed 3¢ pink entire (U58) with blue "Wells, Fargo & Co. Marysville Sep. 12" double oval, no evidence of this being a paste-up or having an address removed; light overall toning, Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.

Price: $ 250.00
Lot 1006 - 1: U.S. Postal History western express covers -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1006 - 1: U.S. Postal History western express covers

Langton's Pioneer Express, three printed shipping receipts, 1862 & 1864 (2) issued to Quong Wo & Co., written up as "Dust pckg Said to contain $3,000," "Dust pckg Said to contain $1,074" and one with $150 in coin, each forwarded to Marysville, Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.

Price: $ 130.00
Lot 1007 - 1: U.S. Postal History western express covers -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1007 - 1: U.S. Postal History western express covers

Noisy Carriers Publishing Hall, "77 Long Wharf San Francisco/Charles P. Kimball Proprietor" blue three line handstamp in tiny letters on 1854 stampless folded letter addressed to Maine with SAN FRANCISCO CAL. 16 JAN date stamp at left and matching "10" rate at upper right; trace of light file fold at center does not affect the markings, Extremely Fine, very rare, only a few known.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.

Price: $ 500.00
Lot 1008 - 1: U.S. Postal History advertising/illustrated covers -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1008 - 1: U.S. Postal History advertising/illustrated covers

[Food & Drink] The Great American Tea Company, overall illustrated advertising cover franked with a 2¢ Black Jack #73, tied by a fancy four point star in circle cancel, A striking and unusual cover, showing Chinese tortures, addressed to Hurley, NY, Reagles & Co. imprint on backflap, Very Fine, with 2002 P.F. certificate.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.

Price: $ 375.00
Lot 1009 - 1: U.S. Postal History advertising/illustrated covers -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1009 - 1: U.S. Postal History advertising/illustrated covers

[Gun & Powder] Peters Shells and Cartridges, 1¢ (408) tied by Flint MI machine cancel, to multicolored illustrated as cover of hunter and retrievers, addressed to City, additional advertising text on reverse, Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.

Price: $ 130.00
Lot 1010 - 1: U.S. Postal History advertising/illustrated covers -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1010 - 1: U.S. Postal History advertising/illustrated covers

[Machinery] Blandy's Newark Machine Works (Scott 65), overall illustrated advertising cover in red and showing a steam engine in black, addressed to Morrisdale, PA., A very attractive cover franked with 3¢ rose (#65), Very Fine, An Illustrious history, ex Knapp, Brooks, Emerson, MacBride and Everett.
Estimate $500 - 750.

Price: $ 250.00
Lot 1011 - 1: U.S. Postal History advertising/illustrated covers -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1011 - 1: U.S. Postal History advertising/illustrated covers

[Metal] New York, U.T. Hungerford Brass & Copper Co, 1¢ (343E), with perf holes in position 1-2-3-7; tied by 1910 "Hudson Term NY" machine cancel, on advertising cover with additional allover advertising on reverse, addressed to Ridgewood NJ, Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.

Price: $ 100.00
Lot 1012 - 1: U.S. Postal History exposition covers -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1012 - 1: U.S. Postal History exposition covers

1893, Columbian Exposition, U351 cancelled by World's Fair duplex, on cover addressed to New HAven CT, with red "Registered/Oct 24 1893/World's Fair Station/Chicago IL" hand stamp, Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.

Price: $ 100.00
Lot 1013 - 1: U.S. Postal History exposition covers -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1013 - 1: U.S. Postal History exposition covers

1893, Columbian Exposition, 6 covers, with 230 & 233 with World's Fair handstamp addressed to Germany, 230 tied to U348 with Manhattan Day cachet, and a 232 tied to a U284 with Chicago Day cachet, fresh clean lot, please view, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.

Price: $ 250.00

Lot #1014 - 1: U.S. Postal History exposition covers

1893, Columbian Exposition, 7 post cards, includes Government Building to Germany, Machinery Building to Germany, Administration Building to London, plus Horticultural Building, Administration Building, Government Building, and a Naval Exhibit card with Bomar cancellation C93-12, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.

Price: $ 250.00

Lot #1015 - 1: U.S. Postal History exposition covers

1893, Columbian Exposition, 10 covers, includes but not limited to registered to England with 233-235, registered to Sweden with 230 & 237 on U349, 232 tied to U387 by German Seapost cancel to Bavaria, and a legal size registered cover franked with four 230, pair of 235 and 236 to England, a nice selection of material, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.

Price: $ 250.00

Lot #1016 - 1: U.S. Postal History exposition covers

1893, Columbian Exposition, 10 ad covers, includes corner ad cover for The Mercantile National Bank (4), Cuyler Morgan & Co., E.F. Gambs Coin & Stamp Dealer corner ad cover, corner ad cover for Griffiths & Co Manufacturing Chemists, and ad cover for Samuel and Company Stationers, mixed condition; two of the Mercantile National Bank have sunning, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.

Price: $ 150.00
Lot 1017 - 1: U.S. Postal History fancy cancels -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1017 - 1: U.S. Postal History fancy cancels

Chicopee MA Beer Mug Cancel, U227 cancelled by full bold strike of fancy cancel with Chicopee MA c.d.s., addressed to Newburg NY, with contents, Very Fine, with 2017 P.F. certificate.
Estimate $500 - 751.

Price: $ 250.00
Lot 1018 - 1: U.S. Postal History fancy cancels -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1018 - 1: U.S. Postal History fancy cancels

"Held for Postage" cancel on 1881, 1¢ gray blue, re-engraved (Scott 206), bold and well struck cancel. As complete as possible on a single stamp, a striking piece for the fancy cancel collector or banknote specialist., Fine stamp and superb cancel.
Estimate $200 - 300.

Price: $ 100.00
Lot 1019 - 1: U.S. Postal History fancy cancels -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1019 - 1: U.S. Postal History fancy cancels

Shield with Ornate Frame on 1861, 3¢ rose (Scott 65), bold complete cancel; tiny corner crease upper left, Fine to Very Fine, with 2017 P.F. certificate.
Skinner-Eno PS-FC 57.
Estimate $150 - 200.

Price: $ 80.00
Lot 1020 - 1: U.S. Postal History fancy cancels -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1020 - 1: U.S. Postal History fancy cancels

"USM" Kansas City MO on 1861, 3¢ rose (Scott 65), bold complete cancel; tiny corner crease upper left, Fine to Very Fine, with 2017 P.F. certificate.
Skinner-Eno PT-USM 3.
Estimate $150 - 200.

Price: $ 80.00
Lot 1021 - 1: U.S. Postal History fancy cancels -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1021 - 1: U.S. Postal History fancy cancels

Waterbury CT Beer Mug fancy cancel on 1861, 3¢ rose (Scott 65), fine strike; tiny corner crease and cancel enhanced at bottom & right, Fine to Very Fine appearance, with 2011 A.P.E.X. certificate.
Skinner-Eno PO-Bm 5. Rohloff O-8.
Estimate $200 - 300.

Price: $ 100.00
Lot 1022 - 1: U.S. Postal History fancy cancels -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1022 - 1: U.S. Postal History fancy cancels

Fancy cancel collection, 1861-68, over 90 stamps mounted on pages, with some listed cancels such as PO in circle Utica NY (S-E LC-P 14), Shield in circular frame Topsham VT (S-E PS-FC4), Masonic Quincy MA (S-E FR-M1a 11), with stars, letters, geometrics, Paid, Steam, Paid and colors, a great lot at a great price, please review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.

Price: $ 250.00
Lot 1023 - 1: U.S. Postal History civil war postal history -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1023 - 1: U.S. Postal History civil war postal history

Soldier's letter with report on the Battle of Seven Pines, cover with manuscript "Soldier's Letter, straight line "Due 3", addressed to Sag Harbor NY, written on patriotic letter sheet with portrait of Gen. N.P. Banks, a four page letter datelined "Faruge Station June 5th 1862", written days after the battle by N.H. Pearson of the N.Y. Volunteers, reads in part "…I suppose that you heard by this time of the great battle of the Seven...

Price: $ 500.00
Lot 1024 - 1: U.S. Postal History civil war postal history -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1024 - 1: U.S. Postal History civil war postal history

Massachusetts - "For the Union", two-panel multicolor Magnus patriotic design (Bischel-3162, Walcott-1647) on cover bearing 3¢ rose (65) tied by "Washington D.C. Sep 26" postmark to Higganum, Conn.; reduced slightly at right, Very Fine and scarce, 1973 P.F. Certificate.
Estimate $300 - 400.

Price: $ 150.00
Lot 1025 - 1: U.S. Postal History civil war postal history -  Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions Sale 709 US, British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Lot #1025 - 1: U.S. Postal History civil war postal history

Massachusetts - "For the Union", two-panel multicolor Magnus design (Bischel-3162, W-1647) on cover bearing 3¢ rose (65), tied by "Washington D.C. Apr 30 '64" duplex to Wahjamega, Mich.; some edge tears and reduced a bit at right, small paper loss on back, Fine and scarce.
Estimate $150 - 200.

Price: $ 80.00

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