USA (Scott 219) 1890 FRANKLIN little BANKNOTE 1¢ DULL BLUE (BOTTOM PLATE) Bottom plate, imprint, and also ‘C 1’ block of 18 (plate #283). Fresh, MINT never ever hinged, fine. Cat price $3660.
Regency-Superior, Aug 2015, revenue 112, lot 1278
USA (219) 1890 FRANKLIN tiny BANKNOTE 1¢ DULL BLUE (PSAG GRADED 90 JUMBO) vast stamp, conservatively graded at 90, MINT never hinged, extremely fine Jumbo. (2014 PSAG Graded Cert #0566376, 90J og NH) (Scott Value guide $210)
Regency-Superior, Aug 2015, revenue 112, lot 378
1c Dull Blue (Scott 219). Horizontal pair, cancelled by targets, “Olmsted Ill. Feb. 6, 1894” circular datestamp with yeardate in manuscript, ~ above World’s Columbian Exposition Souvenir Postal Card through design similar to UPSS set 11, EX 83, to Binghamton N.Y., receiving duplex ties stamps, some creases, otherwise Fine, ex Schwartz
Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Jun 2015, revenue 1105, many 2623
Bicycle letter Route, Cal., 25c green (Scott 12L1). Order error “San Fransisco”, large margins, cancelled by two bars, tied by pink “Received/Jul. 12, 1894” datestamp, supplied with 1c Blue (219), both stamps bound by “Fresno Cal. Jul. 16 4:30 pm 1894” duplex circular datestamp and oval network cancel top top 1c Blue entire with Overman Wheel Co. Handstamp, used to Fresno, backstamped through Jul. 16, 1894 purple “Victor bike Messenger Service.” Fresno office datestamp v bicycle illustration, diminished slightly in ~ left, slight bend and small hole at top right an extremely FINE. An ATTRACTIVE COVER brought BY THE BICYCLE letter ROUTE short article OF CALIFORNIA. This inter-city service was created during the rail union strike in 1894 through the Fresno agent for Victor bicycles, Arthur C. Banta. Company commenced top top July 6 and also was discontinued on July 18 once the strike ended. Only 380 letters were carried during the brief duration of operation. Ex Golden.
Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Jun 2015, sale 1105, many 2624
1c Dull Blue (Scott 219). Horizontal pair, tied by “U.S. Postal Agency, Shanghai, Dec. 28 2PM 95” duplex datestamp on -1/2c Chefoo Postal card to Duxbury Mass., postal card cancelled by “Local short article Chefoo 18 Dec. 1895” double-circle datestamp, second strike at left, pass out strike of blue “Shanghai Local article DE 20 95” datestamp, san Francisco (Jan. 21) and receiving transits, trivial edgewear in appropriate corners fresh AND very FINE. A RARE and also ATTRACTIVE mix USE the THE CHEFOO neighborhood POSTAL CARD and also THE UNITED states STAMPS. Ex Drucker. V 1986 Holcombe and also 2003 P.F. Certificate
Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Jun 2015, revenue 1105, lot 2625
1c Dull Blue (Scott 219). Provided on 1c farming Building, Columbian Exposition card (UPSS set No. 2, EX18), cancelled through target and also light strike of 1894 circular datestamp come Tokyo, Japan, adhesive bound by “Due” in circle through manuscript “6” sen, practiced “San Francisco Cal. Apr. 2, 1894” one datestamp, three Japan 2sen stamps bound by chops i m sorry pay for postage due (two impacted from placement at edge), some edgewear incl. Scuff in ~ bottom left, appears really Fine, wonderful use which was sent out deficient by 3c because that an oversize map according come U.P.U. Regulations, ex Schwartz
Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Jun 2015, revenue 1105, lot of 2626
219P4, 220P4-224P4, 226P4-229P4, 1890 1c-90c Bureaus, key proofs ~ above card, crisp impression, each through a pair layers that hinge remainders, an extremely Fine (Scott price $510)
H.R. Harmer, Jun 2015, revenue 3007, lot of 3046
1c Dull Blue (219). Top imprint, plate no. 287 and also letter “D 1” block that fourteen, stamps Mint N.H., h.r. In selvage wherein some perf separations sensibly reinforced, Fine-Very Fine, Scott retail as hinged
Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Apr 2015, sale 1096, lot of 383
1c Dull Blue (Scott 219). Mint N.H., perfect centering with wide margins, rich shade EXTREMELY fine GEM. A BEAUTIFUL example OF THE ONE-CENT 1890 little BANK NOTE worry WHICH has actually BEEN GRADED SUPERB 98 by P.S.E. V 2015 P.S.E. Certificate (Superb 98; SMQ worth $3,150.00). This is the highest possible grade awarded and it is common by no others
Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Feb 2015, revenue 1092, many 1159
USA (Scott 219) 1890 FRANKLIN little BANKNOTE 1¢ DULL BLUE (BOTTOM PLATE) Bottom plate, imprint and also ‘F 1’ block of 20 (plate #296). Post Office fresh, MINT never hinged, fine. Cat price $3790.
Regency-Superior, january 2015, revenue 109, many 1600
1c Dull Blue (Scott 219). Peak imprint, bowl no. 285 and “D1” block of 14, all stamps Mint N.H., tiny h.r. In selvage only, glowing color, pos. 3 with little internal crease, very Fine, with 2001 P.F. Certificate
Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, sale 1084, lot of 3497
1c Dull Blue (Scott 219). Jumbo margins and also outstanding centering, bright color, extremely Fine Gem, ex Kirke, through 2010 P.F. And 2007 P.S.E. Certificates (Superb 98 Jumbo; SMQ price $325.00 together 98, unpriced in higher grade), this is the only example to accomplish this grade and also only one has graded greater (at 100J, the stamp from our Natalee grace sale)
Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, sale 1084, lot of 3498
1c Dull Blue (219). Peak right edge imprint, bowl no. 298 and “F1” block the sixteen, fourteen stamps Mint N.H., selvage and also two stamps h.r., glowing color, nice centering nearly throughout, an extremely Fine, Scott retail as bowl block that 14
Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, revenue 1084, many 3496
1c Ultramarine, Plate proof on map (Scott 219P4). Bottom right edge block that 27 in 3 x 9 format, imprint in ~ right and also with substantial sheet margins, bright color, small edge tear and also horizontal wrinkle in margin, still extremely Fine, a scarce multiple, v 1983 P.F. Certificate
Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Oct 2014, revenue 1082, many 133
1c Dull Blue (Scott 219).