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Lot 232
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Stock Transfer, 1940, $500 blue (RD65), beautifully centered, deep rich color, light handstamp cancel, Extremely Fine choice.
Scott $3,250

A BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE OF THE SCARCE 1940 $500 STOCK TRANSFER.
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Lot 233
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Stock Transfer, 1940, $1,000 orange (RD66), cut cancels, staple holes top and bottom, otherwise rich color, very well centered, Very Fine.
Scott $5,000

Expertization: with 1999 P.S.E. certificate.

Provenance: Curtis.
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Lot 234
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Stock Transfer, 1940, $60 bright green (RD88), lightened handstamp cancel, light crease, small staple holes, otherwise F.-V.F.
Scott $1,900
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Lot 235
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Stock Transfer, 1941, $500 bright green (RD115), bright color, perf initial, F.-V.F.
Scott $1,200
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Lot 236
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Stock Transfer, 1941, $1,000 bright green (RD116), rich color, perf initial, staple holes, F.-V.F.
Scott $1,000
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Lot 237
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Stock Transfer, 1951, $5,000 bright green (RD363), bright and fresh, handstamp and light cut cancel, F.-V.F.
Scott $1,250

Expertization: with photocopy of 1986 P.F. certificate for strip of 4.
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Lot 238

Stock Transfer, 1952, $4 bright green (RD370), original gum never hinged, natural gum skip and bend, fresh F.-V.F.
Scott $1,750 as hinged
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Lot 239
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Fermented Fruit Juice, 1933, 4oz-32oz (REF1-9), 8 vaules complete, most with small faults, few natural straight edge, 12 oz unused, 29 oz perf-initial, generally F.-V.F. appearance, seldom offered.
Scott $1,410
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Lot 240
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Wines, 1942, 28¢ green & black (RE132), light violet handstamp cancel, minor faults including tiny corner crease and thin speck, Fine appearing example of this scarce key value.
Scott $2,500

Provenance: Hall.
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Lot 241

Wines, 1942, $900 yellow green & black (RE168), without gum as issued, exceptional centering, Extremely Fine.
Scott $2,500

Provenance: Smithsonian National Postal Museum.

Only 21 singles and a block were released.

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Lot 242

Wines, 1942, $2,000 yellow green & black (RE170), without gum as issued, centered to left as often, fresh, V.G.-Fine.
Scott $3,000

Provenance: Smithsonian National Postal Museum.

Only 21 and a block were released.

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Lot 243
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Wines, 1942, $4,000 yellow green & black (RE172), well centered, handstamp cancel, tiny thin speck, Very Fine appearance.
Scott $1,000
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Lot 244

Wines, 1942, $9-$20, $40-$90 (RE179A-81, RE182A-E), without gum as issued, fresh and Very Fine.
Scott $1,079
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Lot 245

Wines, 1949, $30 yellow green & black (RE182), without gum as issued, fresh and Very Fine.
Scott $2,000

Provenance: Smithsonian National Postal Museum.

Only 21 singles and a block released.

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Lot 246
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Wines, 1951, $9.60 yellow green & black (RE204), well centered, handstamp and red cancels, small thins, horizontal crease, Very Fine appearance.
Scott $5,000

A FRESH AND ATTRACTIVE EXAMPLE OF THIS RARE WINE ISSUE— ALMOST ALL OF THE SMALL NUMBER OF USED EXAMPLES ARE FAULTY.
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Lot 247
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Playing Cards, 1917, 7¢ on 2¢ blue (RF8), light horiztonal crease, as always on the used examples, F.-V.F.
Scott $1,500
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