64 - Pink
Stamp tied by indistinct CDS to cover
going to Worcester, Massachusetts. PF certificate states: “It is a
genuine usage. The stamp with a tear at the top right and pulled
perforation at the bottom right.”
SCV: $825.00 Ex-Wagshal
64 Deep Pink
A real pink
with CDS tying it to the cover. PF certificate mentions small faults. A
cover with great “pink” eye appeal despite the small faults which are
not apparent. Catalogs $825.00 Ex-Wagshal
65 – Brooklyn, NY fancy
Bold strike of
fancy cross killer tying stamp to a fresh clean cover. Reduced ¼” at
65 – Large blind embossed “American Telegraph Company” corner card
Which is surrounded
by green type. Williamsburg, NY 1862 CDS. Additional copy on the back.
“The amount to be collected upon dispatch is written in full.” “In case
an alteration is made by figures refuse to pay the messenger”. A few
ting edge faults. Spectacular telegraph cover!
65 – Kingston, PA fancy
Nice 95% bold
strike on stamp which is not tied. CDS accompanies, minor tear from
opening top right. Stamp missing small piece of bottom right corner.
65 – Waterbury “W”
Full strike of
Waterbury “W” (Rholoff no. K-14) on full
cover to New York City. Pencil docketing on face “ MC May 19th/66” also
ties stamp. Marvelous example.
65 – Tall ship illuminated advertising cover
Complete cover for H.J. Baker importers.
New York, May 16 1864 CDS.
spectacular cover which is docketed: Baker May 18/64.
65 – Brattleboro, VT Masonic
Early strike of
blue Masonic cancel. The “G” can be clearly seen at the center of the
cancel. Mourning cover very slightly reduced from opening at the right.
83 – “C” grill – Third day of use
Stamp tied by New York Nov 18 duplex
CDS. This cover comes with a letter from noted grill expert Bill Herzog
stating that it is an 1867 use and at the time of the Bill’s letter a
third day of use.
Strong grill on an
attractive cover. With PFC. SCV: $1,350.00. Ex-Wagshal