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Lot 808

1890, 2¢ lake (219D), original gum, well centered, stunning prooflike color. Very Fine, great eye appeal.
Scott $160
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Lot 809

1890, 5¢ chocolate (223), original gum, near perfect centering, deep color. Extremely Fine.
Scott $60
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Lot 810

1890, 6¢ brown red (224), original gum never hinged, bright and fresh. Choice Very Fine.
Scott $160
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Lot 811

1890, 10¢ green (226), original gum lightly hinged, gum lightly toned (not mentioned in cert), brilliant color, well centered within unusually large margins. Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Scott $160
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Lot 812
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1893, Columbian, 2¢ brown violet, "Broken Hat" variety (231 var.), block of four, each with the variety, original gum top pair never hinged, bottom pair hinge reinforcement, choice centering. Bright and fresh Extremely Fine.
Scott $430
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Lot 813

1893, Columbian, 2¢ brown violet, "Broken Hat" variety (231 var.), top margin block of six with part imprint and two plate numbers, each with the variety, original gum neve hinged, bottom stamps with a bit of offset, pretty color. Some perf rejoining. Fine, scarce, multiple and attractive.
Scott $960 as singles
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Lot 814

1893, Columbian, 3¢ green (232), top imprint and plate no. 57 block of six, original gum never hinged, natural gum wrinkles, bright color, attractive centering. F.-V.F.
Scott $1,250
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Lot 815

1893, Columbian, 5¢ chocolate (234), original gum single hinge remnant, a bit heavy, absolutely humongous margins, rich color. Trifling faint spot in bottom margin. An Extremely Fine jumbo.
Scott $50
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Lot 816

1893, Columbian, 8¢ magenta (236), bottom imprint and plate no. block of six, original gum never hinged, bright color. Quite a bit of separation (easily reinforcable), two barely noticeable faint toned spots. Fresh and Fine.
Scott $1,650
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Lot 817

1893, Columbian, 50¢ slate blue (240), original gum never hinged, rich color. F.-V.F.
Scott $1,250

Expertization: with 2009 A.P.S. certificate.
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Lot 818
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1893, Columbian, 50¢ slate blue (240), block of four, unused no gum, nicely centered, deep color. F.-V.F.
Scott $760
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Lot 819

1893, Columbian, $1 salmon (241), block of four, original gum hinge remnant, rich color. Some perfs separated. Fresh, about Fine scarce block.
Scott $4,500
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Lot 820
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1893, Columbian, $1 salmon (241), exceptional centering, bright color. Neat machine cancel. Tiny filled thin, not mentioned in cert. Choice Extremely Fine appearance.
Scott $525

Expertization: with clear 1994 P.S.E. certificate.
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Lot 821
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1893 $2-$5 Columbians (242-245), unused regummed, defects but fresh and attractive.
Scott $3,325
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Lot 822

1893, Columbian, $2 brown red (242), original gum, nicely centered, bright color. Horizontal crease not visible from front. Fresh Fine appearance.
Scott $1,050
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Lot 823
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1893, Columbian, $2 brown red (242), regummed over filled thin, exceptionally fresh. F.-V.F. appearance.
Scott $500

Expertization: with 2009 A.P.S. certificate.
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Lot 824

1893, Columbian, $3 yellow green (243), original gum, well centered, bright color. Minor flaws, reperfed. Handsome Very Fine appearance.
Scott $1,350
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Lot 825

1893, Columbian, $3 yellow green (243), pair. Two vertical pairs which had been a block, disturbed original gum, bright color. Single slightly toned perf upper left. Fresh and Fine.
Scott $5,400
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Lot 826

1894, 2¢ carmine, type II (251), original gum, appearing never hinged, fresh and well centered. Reperfed at left. Fine appearing.
Scott $375
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Lot 827

1894, 2¢ scarlet, type II (251a), original gum never hinged, post office fresh with prooflike color. Tiny natural inclusion. F.-V.F.
Scott $1,125

Expertization: with 2018 P.F. certificate.
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Lot 828

1894, 2¢ carmine, type III (252), original gum never hinged, horizontal natural gum skip, exceptionally fresh, bright color. F.-V.F.
Scott $400
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Lot 829

1894, 6¢ dull brown, imperf horizontally (256a), vertical pair.
Scott $3,000
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Lot 830

1894, $1 black, type I (261), block of four, original gum hinge remnant, intense color on bright paper. Couple negligible perf flaws. Still overall Fine and quite attractive.
Scott $4,500
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Lot 831
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1894, $1 black, type I (261), perfectly centered within wide margins, intense shade. Fresh and choice Extremely Fine.
Scott $350

Expertization: with 1983 P.F. certificate.
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Lot 832

1894, $1 black, type II (261A), original gum hinge remnant, intense shade. Small thin, perfs slightly blunted at bottom. Fresh Fine appearance.
Scott $2,100
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Lot 833

1894, $2 bright blue (262), original gum hinge remnant, stunning color. Couple small thin specks. Fine appearance.
Scott $2,750

Provenance: Frelinhuysen.
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Lot 834
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1894, $2 bright blue (262), outstanding centering, deep color. Registry cancel. Fresh and Extremely Fine, an unusually choice used single.
Scott $1,200

Expertization: with 2000 P.F. certificate.
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Lot 835

1895, 2¢ carmine, types II & III (266-267), block of four, original gum hinge remnant, light pencil notation on reverse, well centered, brilliant color. F.-V.F., handsome block.
Scott $440
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Lot 836

1895, 2¢ pink, type III (267a), original gum never hinged, choice centering, brilliant color. An Extremely Fine gem. SMQ $350.
Scott $60

Expertization: with 2000 (as the rare rose carmine), 2019 P.S.E. certificates, the latter graded XF 90.
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Lot 837

1895, 4¢ dark brown (269), top margin single with part imprint, original gum never hinged, exceptionally fresh, well centered. Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Scott $125
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Lot 838

1895, 5¢ chocolate (270), original gum never hinged, well centered, post office fresh. Very Fine, pristine.
Scott $105
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Lot 839

1895, 15¢ dark blue (274), original gum, essentially perfectly centered, very rich shade. Light backstamp (probably European expertizer). Extremely Fine stamp with great visual appeal.
Scott $200
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Lot 840
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1895 $1 type 2, $5 (276A, 278), unused regummed, defects. Handsome F.-V.F. appearance.
Scott $1,300
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Lot 841

1895, $1 black, type II (276A), part original gum, bright fresh and well centered. Thin and crease (not readily apparent). Very Fine appearance.
Scott $1,250
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Lot 842

1895, $2 bright blue (277), original gum, excellent centering, rich color. Small faults. Extremely Fine appearance.
Scott $900
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Lot 843
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1895, $2 bright blue (277), well centered, rich color. Fresh and choie Very Fine.
Scott $400

Expertization: with 1998 P.F. certificate.
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Lot 844
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1895, $5 dark green (278), regummed over thin. Fresh and Fine appearance.
Scott $800
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Lot 845
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1895, $5 dark green (278), excellent centering, rich color. Registry cancel. Extremely Fine.
Scott $600

Expertization: with 1987 P.F. certificate.
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Lot 846
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1898, 2¢ red, type IV (279Bj), position M, guide line at top, original gum, bright color, crisp. Tiny hinge reinforcement. Fine.
Scott $500
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Lot 847

1898, 5¢ dark blue (281), original gum never hinged, prooflike color, excellent centering. Choice Very Fine.
Scott $100
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Lot 848

1898, Trans-Miss., 1¢ dark yellow green (285), lower left corner margin block of four, well centered, rich color. Very Fine.
Scott $280
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Lot 849

1898, Trans-Miss., 5¢ dull blue (288), original gum never hinged, intense color. Fine.
Scott $250

Expertization: with 2004 P.S.E. certificate.
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Lot 850
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1898, Trans-Miss., 10¢ gray violet (290), block of four, original gum lightly hinged at top, bottom pair never hinged, bright and fresh. F.-V.F.
Scott $1,030
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Lot 851

1898, Trans-Miss., 10¢ gray violet (290), block of 4. Block of four, original gum hinge remnants including two hinge sliver reinforcement, well centered, rich color. F.-V.F.
Scott $575
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Lot 852
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1898, Trans-Miss., 10¢ gray violet (290), choice centering, prooflike color. Light cancel. Extremely Fine, very pretty stamp. SMQ $160.
Scott $35

Expertization: with 2003 P.S.E. certificate graded XF-SUP 95.
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Lot 853

1898, Trans-Miss., 50¢ sage green (291), original gum never hinged, deep color. Couple tiny perf tears (barely perceptible) and tiny corner crease. Fine appearance.
Scott $1,650

Expertization: with 2009 Weiss certificate.
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Lot 854

1898, Trans-Miss., $1 black (292), top plate no. single, original gum lightly hinged. Short perf at right, about half separated. Otherwise Fine.
Scott $1,400
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Lot 855
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1898, Trans-Miss., $1 black (292), unused regummed, defects. Fresh F.-V.F.
Scott $800
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Lot 856

1898, Trans-Miss., $1 black (292), block of four, disturbed original gum, attractive centering. Reperfed at top. Otherwise F.-V.F.
Scott $6,500
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Lot 857

1898, Trans-Miss., $2 orange brown (293), original gum, fresh color. About Fine.
Scott $1,800
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