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Mar 20, 2018 America/New_York

Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Tuesday Mar 20, 2018 10:00 to Wednesday Mar 21, 2018 18:00 America/New_York
Last date for bids: 
Tuesday Mar 20, 2018 09:00 America/New_York
Cherrystone is pleased to present our MARCH 20-21, 2018 Sale of Rare Stamps and Postal history of the World, featuring the collection formed by Arden L. Bement, Jr., offered on behalf of Purdue University.  The sale contains 1,765 lots, with notable United States, Great Britain and British Commonwealth, numerous European countries, with Austria, Belgium, France & Colonies, Germany, Iceland, Italy and Colonies, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Switzerland.  From Asia there are selections of China, Japan and Korea. South American countries are also well represented, with Colombian Air Post and many others.  As customary, the sale contains 100+ large lots and collections, including Dr.Bement’s Russia and Zemstvo.  A limited number of printed catalogues are available.

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Lot 1 - United States Stampless covers  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #1 - United States Stampless covers

1832 (Apr 5) large part of a FL with a perfect strike of the Little Rock, Ark. Fancy Shield in Semi-circle datestamp which shows every detail of the design, manuscript "75" rate, endorsed "$150" and addressed to Rev. J. C. Brigham, Corresponding Secretary American Bible Society, 115 Nassau Street, New York, inconsequential filing fold through the handstamp, fine
Estimate: $1000

Lot 2 - United States Postmaster's Provisionals New York, NY  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #2 - United States Postmaster's Provisionals New York, NY

1845 5c black, used, margins all around, v.f., signed Calves, etc., with 2018 PFC,
Cat. Val. $475
Estimate: $250

Lot 3 - United States Postmaster's Provisionals Providence, R.I.  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #3 - United States Postmaster's Provisionals Providence, R.I.

1846 5c black, unused without gum, v.f., signed Brun; also reprint on thin paper, with letter "T" on back,
Cat. Val. $290
Estimate: $150

Lot 4 - United States Postmaster's Provisionals St. Louis, MO  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #4 - United States Postmaster's Provisionals St. Louis, MO

1846 10c black on gray lilac, large margins all around, fresh and bright paper, tied by red "PAID" on complete folded letter to Williamstown, Ms, red St. Louis, Mo 10 July 31 pmk alongside, v.f. stamp on a fresh folded letter, tied by only red PAID, without the pen cancel. Certainly, one of the best known St. Louis Bears, with 2006 and 2016 PFCs,
Cat. Val. $16,000
Estimate: $20000

Lot 5 - United States 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #5 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 5c red brown, blue grid cancel, ample margins, including part of adjoining stamp at top, thin, otherwise fine,
Cat. Val. $415
Estimate: $150

Lot 6 - United States 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #6 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 10c black, red grid cancel, full to large margins all around, small faults, fine appearance,
Cat. Val. $825
Estimate: $250

Lot 7 - United States 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #7 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 10c black, large die proof on bluish wove paper, with cross hatchings, v.f.,
Cat. Val. $800
Estimate: $500

Lot 8 - United States 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #8 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 10c black, large die proof on white bond paper, with cross hatchings, v.f.,
Cat. Val. $800
Estimate: $500

Lot 9 - United States 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #9 - United States 1847 Issue

1847 10c brown, large trial color proof on bond paper, with cross hatchings, v.f.,
Cat. Val. $800
Estimate: $500

Lot 10 - United States 1875 Reproductions of the 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #10 - United States 1875 Reproductions of the 1847 Issue

1875 5c red brown, unused without gum as issued, margins all around, v.f., pencil signed on reverse,
Cat. Val. $850
Estimate: $300

Lot 11 - United States 1875 Reproductions of the 1847 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

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

1875 10c black, unused without gum as issued, full margins all around, v.f., pencil signed on reverse,
Cat. Val. $1,050
Estimate: $400

Lot 12 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #12 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 Washington and Franklin vignettes, selection of 12 (six different colors of each), imperf. essays on laid india paper, occasional flaws, fine-v.f.
Estimate: $750

Lot 13 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #13 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 1c blue, Type II, single and horizontal pair, large margins to touching in places, fine-v.f., signed Brun
Estimate: $150

Lot 14 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #14 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 1c blue, Type III, plate 4, large margins all around, v.f., tied by May 24, 1857 New York cancel on buff cover addressed to New Milford, with ms endorsement alongside, fine and rare cover, with 1975 PFC,
Cat. Val. $2,000
Estimate: $1300

Lot 15 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #15 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 1c blue, Type IV, light cancel, portions of adjoining stamps at left and at bottom, bright color, extraordinary stamp, signed Brun
Estimate: $150

Lot 16 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #16 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 1c blue, Type IV, black grid cancel, portions of adjoining stamps at top and bottom, bright color, v.f., with 2018 PFC
Estimate: $150

Lot 17 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #17 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 3c orange brown, four used singles, one canceled by red New York cds on pieces, other include black "PAID", "30" and black grids, fine-v.f.
Estimate: $150

Lot 18 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #18 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 5c red brown, part black cds, margins all around, creases, fine appearance,
Cat. Val. $675
Estimate: $150

Lot 19 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #19 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 10c green, Types I, II and III, used, margins all around, mostly v.f.,
Cat. Val. $1,080
Estimate: $500

Lot 20 - United States 1851-57 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #20 - United States 1851-57 Issue

1851 10c green, type IV, recut at bottom, pos. 55L1, part of a town postmark, large margins all around, fresh and v.f., with 2017 PFC,
Cat. Val. $1,700
Estimate: $1200

Lot 21 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #21 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1851 1c blue, type Ic, pos. 82R4, neat town pmk, brilliant color, slightly irregular scissor blunted perforations at right, otherwise fine example of this very rare stamp, with 2017 PFC,
Cat. Val. $2,750
Estimate: $800

Lot 22 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #22 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 5c brick red, good color, neat town pmk, scissor blunted perforations a top, otherwise fine, with 2018 PFC,
Cat. Val. $1,450
Estimate: $300

Lot 23 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #23 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 5c red brown, brown, also 12c black and 24c gray lilac, four different used, good colors and nice pmks, mostly fine or better, signed Brun,
Cat. Val. $2,100
Estimate: $500

Lot 24 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #24 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 5c brown, Type I, used vertical pair (hinge reinforced), scissor separated, with portions of adjoining stamps at right, sheet margin at left, blunt perfs at bottom, excellent color, fine,
Cat. Val. $750
Estimate: $250

Lot 25 - United States 1857-61 Issue  -  Cherrystone Auctions Worldwide Stamps and Covers

Lot #25 - United States 1857-61 Issue

1857 5c orange brown, top sheet margin single, brilliant color, l.h. (if at all) and post office fresh, fine, with 2013 PFC for a block from which this originated,
Cat. Val. $1,200
Estimate: $500

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