N7, 1943 1Pon 4P Blue and black, top right corner margin block of six, 2d stamp inverted "S" in "PESO", NH, usual light natural gum bends and bit of offset on gum, Very Fine, each stamp signed Rowell (Scott $930+)
N7, 1943 1P on 4P Blue and black, block of four with centrally struck "Manila/ Philippines/ April 30 1943" date of issue cancel, Very Fine and choice, these stamps much scarcer used (even with philatelic cancel) than mint (Scott $600 as singles)
NB1P-NB3P, 1942 Food Production/ Red Cross, Imperforate Plate Proofs, bottom right corner margin blocks of six in issued colors on ungummed stamp paper, each with small toning spots mostly in the margins, 5c+1c couple proofs light impression, 16c+2c small margin edge break, still Very Fine and rare, unlisted in Scott; ex-Garrett, Yacano; each with 1989 and 2004 PF certificates
1900 Revenue Stamped Paper, full document with 25c de Peso imprint plus boxed "U.S. MILITARY GOVERNMENT/ -1900-/ INTERNAL REVENUE" handstamp, some typical light overall toning and staple holes along left edge, Fine and scarce.
U43, 2c Carmine (Juan de la Cruz), "Victory" Handstamped Overprint, in Purple on mint entire with blank printed return address at upper left with "Money Order, Giro Postal" at lower left, Extremely Fine. (UPSS #121b)
Philippines Guerilla Mail, USAFFE, Southern Cebu Forces, 2c full sheet of ten showing two different types of "2", without gum as issued, some discoloration affects one stamp in top row, Fine and elusive sheet