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The 1861 Issue

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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 $250.00

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 $400.00

65 – Brooklyn, NY fancy
Bold strike of fancy cross killer tying stamp to a fresh clean cover. Reduced Ό” at right. $125.00

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. Scarce cancel! $95.00

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. $300.00

65 – Tall ship illuminated advertising cover
Complete cover for H.J. Baker importers. New York, May 16 1864 CDS.  A spectacular cover which is docketed: Baker May 18/64. $300.00

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. A gem! $750.00

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 $750.00



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