Sale 3023 - The Bert Boonstra Collection of the 1901 Pan-American Exposition
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  • Lot# : 801 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

    1901 1¢ Pan American Collection of 16 used and 14 unused cards with illustrations of the Exposition in black or sepia on reverse of the cards; used cards franked with the 1¢ Pan American include Manufactures and Liberal Arts buildings, Stadium. Entrance to the Midway, Government Building, Front of the Government Building, Triumphal Bridge, Machinery and Music Buildings, card in sepia depicting Egypt and the Orient, card in sepia with street scenes of Cairo and Mexico, Electricity Building, Flags of Pan-America, and F. A. Busch private mailing card with reproductions of Pan-American labels; cards with non-Pan American stamps include Electric Tower and Machinery Hall, Front of the Government Building (2), and Entrance to the Midway; Very Fine
    Start Price : 300 USD
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    Lot# : 802 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    1901 1¢ Pan American single, tied by St. Paul Minn May 4 1901 machine cancel on "Diamond Jo Line Steamers, St. Louis to St. Paul" corner card with blue illustration of the steamer Quincy; addressed to Minneapolis, Very Fine
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    Lot# : 803 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American Chicago Jun 13 1901 machine cancel ties stamp to multicolored Drexel Drug Co. ad cover addressed to Bath NY; Very Fine and Attractive
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    Lot# : 804 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American Chicago Ill Jul 8 1901 machine cancel ties stamp on illustrated Orange and Green "Songs & Stories" corner card addressed to Schoolcraft Mich,; Very Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 805 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

    Advertising Covers with Pan American stamps selection of approximately 40 all different covers with advertising cachets; includes Baking Powder, Coal, Raisin Seeder, Shoemakers, Flags, Cigars, Knights Templar, Flour, Piano, Larkin Soap Factory, Beer, Hotel, Maple Syrup, Map, Plumber, Lice Killer and with a Naval Ship; most all illustrated; cities include Buffalo, Grand Rapids Mich, Philadelphia Tupelo Miss, Syracuse Nebr, Louisville KY, Galveston Texas, Los Angeles, Seattle,and Indianapolis; a few with Exposition slogan cancels or non-Pan American stamps, most all used in 1901; F-VF and Useful Collection
    Start Price : 400 USD
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    Lot# : 806 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

    1901 1¢ Pan American group of approximately 25 covers and 10 private mailings cards, most all domestically used, but includes a couple to foreign destinations; interesting usages include two different wrappers to Germany, four private mailing cards to Germany, 1901 cover with Pittsburg PA ST RPO duplex, imprint and plate number pair tied on cover by 1903 Baltimore machine cancel, vertical pair on cover from the Cleveland and Buffalo Transit Co. with red Pan American logo, and illustrated Brown's Transportation Line cover with illustration of the companys Steamer Warner (stamp tied by Syracuse macnine cancel and somewhat faulty); Generally Very Fine
    Start Price : 150 USD
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    Lot# : 807 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American two singles and single 1¢ Pan American, tied by Brooklyn NY May 21 1901 machine cancel on cover directed "Per S/S Oceanie, Please forward this Arond the World via England, Suez", marked "UNMAILABLE" and "RETURNED TO WRITER", interesting and Very Fine usage
    Start Price : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 808 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294-5
    1901 1¢ and 2¢ Pan Americans small collection of private mailing cards with all over illustrations of steamships on the reverse; Cards with 1¢ Pan Americans include three different Red Star Line multicolored cards, four different American Line cards with multicolor illustrations, and one with black and white photo of Buffalo Harbor; cards franked with 2¢ Pan American include one with Hudson River Steamboat addressed to Dresden, one with Norddeutscher Lloyd Bremen ship addressed to Mulhouse Alsace, and one with the US Cruiser Olympia and vignette of Dewey addressed to France, Very Fine group
    Start Price : 200 USD
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    Lot# : 809 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ and 2¢ Pan Americans small group of 8 used and 2 unused private mailing cards, most all with Pan American stamps; includes 1¢ Pan American on reverse of black illustrated cards with Temple of Music, The Stadium (2 different), Looking East from the Mall, and Panorama Design; 1¢ 1898 Green on multicolored Official Souvenir Mailing Card illustrated with the Temple of Music; 2¢ Pan American on 1901 card from Philadelphia to Germany, 1¢ Pan American on 1901 card from Plymouth Mass showing the rock on the reverse; unused cards include view of Buffalo's Lafayette Square and Soldier's Monument and a card with a collage of pictures relating to the F. C. Bostock Circus; Very Fine
    Start Price : 150 USD
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    Lot# : 810 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

    1901 2¢ Pan American Collection of Railroad related covers, covers with R.P.O. cancels (10 one to Canada) and interesting usages; includes NY Central RR corner card on embossed exposition envelope with Pan American Slogan cancel, 2¢ Pan Am used from Honolulu, from the US Senate, on Official Souvenir Mailing card envelope tied by Pan American Station cancel, on green exposition cover with Bison standing on globe and electric tower in background, domestically used Government Postal Card with Cuban stamp (served no postal duty) to Chicago, single 2¢ Pan Am used on multiicolored exposition cover postmarked Niagara Square in 1951 to comemmorate the 50th anniversary and cover with a block of eight of the 2¢ used to England in 1945 (right block of four cut with scissors; Interesting and F-VF group,
    Start Price : 150 USD
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    Lot# : 811 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

    1901 2¢ Pan American Collection of approximately 30 covers bearing the 2¢ Pan American stamp cancelled between May 3 and May 31, some small duplication and missing May 5, 12, 23, and 30; May 17 cover also bears a Special Delivery stamp; a few with Exposition Slogan cancels; also includes two picture post cards with illustration of a railroad engine. Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 812 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American selection of 10 covers franked with 2¢ Pan American either singly or with other stamps; includes 1902 cover to Sen. DePew, private non-official Expo logo of Bison on globe, large magenta Pointing Hand Return to Writer unclaimed marking, 1902 registered cover with 8¢ violet brown Bureau, single on cover with straight line ADVERTISED and UNCLAIMED, single on cover with straight Line FORWARDED, single on cover with Special Delivery stamp on Exposition logo cover, cover to Germany redirected to Mich; few small flaws, some stamps with natural straight edges, Fine
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    Lot# : 813 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 296
    1901 4¢ Pan American Small collection of nine domestically used covers and two covers addressed to Canada; includes usages from New Haven CT, Seattle Wash, Cleveland Ohio, Philadelphia, Dedham Mass, registered covers from Winona Minn, San Francisco Cal, Ogdensburgh NY and 1909 registered cover franked additionally with 2¢ Lincoln; two covers to Canada addressed to London ONT and Welland ONT, F-VF
    Start Price : 150 USD
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    Lot# : 814 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American single, tied by "U.S. German Sea Post Oct 7" duplex on cover addressed to Radnor Pennsylvania, 1901 Radnor backstamp; Very Fine and Scarce Usage
    Start Price : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 815 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American three domestic usages; 1) single tied by Buffalo NY Sept 17 1901 Pan American Station International Machine cancel (Bomar type B01-07) on cover red Bison and "Pan-American Exposition 1901" at upper left, addressed to Malden Mass; 2) vertical pair with target cancels on 1902 registered 2¢ entire addressed to Philadelphia, Cains PA postmark at upper left; 3) single tied by NYC double oval cancel on Jun 11 1901 registered 2¢ entire addressed to Richmond Va, franked additionally with 1¢ green and 2¢ Red type IV (Scott 279, 279B); Very Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 816 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 298
    1901 8¢ Pan American Collection of nine domestic registered covers, two covers to Germany and one to Switzerland; One of the German covers is an overpaid single franking (cover torn) and the cover to Switzerland is legal sized and additionally franked with a 15¢ Green (Scott 284); Domestic covers used from Elizabethtown NY, Boston and Lynn Mass, St. Louis, Evansville IND, Baltimore, Rocklick WVA, and Port Huron Mich
    Start Price : 150 USD
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    Lot# : 817 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

    1901 10¢ Pan American Collection of covers bearing the 10¢ Pan American and philatelic items relating to the S S St. Paul; includes 11 covers bearing the 10¢ stamp either as a single or with other stamps, all domestic usages, most are registered covers; four private mailing cards franked with US stamps tied by US Sea Post cancels, four cards bearing British stamps carried on the St. Paul, three unused cards with multicolored illustration of the St. Paul, one cover to France franked with 1¢ and 4¢ Trans-Miss stamps, plus some additional collateral such as a picture of the first class dining room and a concert program; Fine
    Start Price : 300 USD
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    Lot# : 818 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American, horizontal pair tied by Baltimore MD Jul 8 1901 machine cancel on Private Mailing Card with illustration of Eutaw Place Batlimore on reverse, addressed to "Constantine Algier", card with small scuff and NY transit mark on the reverse
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    Lot# : 819 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American single, NYC Aug 9 1901 duplex cancel, up rating 1¢ Government Postal Card (Scott UX 14) addressed to Buenos Aires Argentina, proper receiving mark, card with small flaws otherwise Very Fine
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    Lot# : 820 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American Single, tied by Chicago ILL Oct 18 1901 machine cancel on European sized cover with Deering Harvester Company corner card, addressed to Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic; NY transit and Buenos Aires backstamps; cover with light creases otherwise F-Vf
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    Lot# : 821 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American, horizontal strip of three tied by Lakewood NJ Mar 6 1911 duplex cancels on cover addressed to Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic, franked with an additional 2¢ Washington (probably Scott 375), proper Buenos Aires backstamp, right stamp of the strip with a pulled perforation at the bottom otherwise Very Fine
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    Lot# : 822 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American single, tied by Cincinnati Ohio Jul 10 1901 machine cancel on Baldwin Pianos corner card addressed to Townsville Queensland. The address was insufficient for delivery and the cover redirected to "Dead Letter Office Brisbane" (magenta backstamp) and finally returned to America, sent to the Washington DC Dead Letter Office and redirected back to the writer, small rust mark from paper clip on the front otherwise a well traveled and Very Fine usage
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    Lot# : 823 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American single, tied by Janesville Wis Sep 6 1901 machine flag cancel on card addressed to Melbourne Australia redirected to Luzern Switzerland, Luzern Nov 22 receiving mark, card with a few small creases otherwise Very Fine
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    Lot# : 824 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American single, tied by Buffalo NY Mar 21 1902 machine cancel on cover addressed to Walls Mills, New South Wales, Australia; Seattle Washington transit backstamp; Very Fine
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    Lot# : 825 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 296
    1901 4¢ Pan American vertical pair (natural straight edge at bottom) and single 5¢ Pan American, all tied by partial strikes of Cleveland Ohio postmarks on 1907 registered cover to Victoria Australia, purple Cleveland Reg postmark at left and San Francisco Registry label, Melbourne registered backstamp, Charles Lathrop Pack return address, Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
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    Hammer price : 130 USD

    Lot# : 826 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American two private mailing cards both addressed to Vienna Austria; 1) Buffalo NY Jul 12 1901 Pan American Station International Machine cancellation (Bomar type B01-07A) ties stamp with natural straight edge at bottom on Official Souvenir Mailing Card with multicolored illustration of "Mines - Horticulture - Graphic Arts" buildings 2) single tied by NYC Jul 30 1901 machine cancel on card with multicolored illustration of NYC Newspaper Row on reverse; both cards with small corner creases otherwise Very Fine
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    Lot# : 827 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 298
    1901 8¢ Pan American single, tied by New York Madison Square Aug 20 1901 duplex cancel on cover addressed to Vienna Austria franked with two additional 1¢ Pan Americans (one with natural straight edge) to pay 10¢ rate for double rate cover, proper Vienna backstamp, cover with tiny flaws otherwise Very Fine
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    Lot# : 828 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American single, tied by Buffalo NY Jul 7 1901 duplex cancel on Official Souvenir Mailing Card with multicolored illustration of "Mines - Horticulture - Graphic Arts" buildinge, addressed to Courtrai Belgium, proper receiving mark, Very Fine
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    Lot# : 829 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American two covers to Europe; 1) single tied by NYC May 24 1901 machine cancel on cover to Brussels Belgium, cover with light wrinkling; 2) single tied by Washington DC Aug 2 1901 duplex cancel on cover addressed to Copenhagen Denmark; both with proper backstamps, F-VF
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    Lot# : 830 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 298
    1901 8¢ Pan American single, tied by double oval New York Reg cancel on 1904 registered 1¢ green entire franked with additional 4¢ Pan American to pay the 13¢ UPU registered rate, addressed to Anvers Belgium, proper NYC registry label, NY & Anvers backstamps, Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 831 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American three private mailing cards, all addressed to Belgium, only one franked with Pan Am stamp; 1) single 2¢ Pan Am tied by Niagara Falls machine flag cancel on 1901 card with views of Niagara Falls, 1901 Courtrai receiving handstamp; 2) 1899 2¢ Red type IV booklet pane single with guideline .85mm from design, on 1901 card to Antwerp Belgium with all over illustration of The American Falls at Winter Time with Western Hemisphere flags and Pan American symbol around the outer edge on the reverse and an American Indian on the obverse; 3) single 2¢ Shield (Scott 319) tied by Oklahoma postmark on 1908 card addressed to Lodelinsart, reverse with photograph of the Pan Americah Expo Agricultural Building; Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 832 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American single, tied by Milaukee Wis Aug 10 1901 duplex cancel on card to Chocen Bohemia, reverse with multicolored illustration of Grand Avenue Milwaukee; double circle Chotzen Chocen receiving mark, Very Fine and Scarce Usage
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    Lot# : 833 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ and 2¢ Pan Americans two cards, each addressed to Bohemia now part of the Czech Republic; 1) vertical pair of the 1¢ Pan American tied by Milwaukee, Wis Aug ( 1901 machine cancel on B.P.O.Elks reunion picture post card addressed to Prague, proper receiving mark; 2) 2¢ Pan American tied by Baltimore MD May 21 1901 machine cancel on card to Kralove Hradec, reverse of card showing monument with adhesion and scuff, proper receiving mark, minor corner flaws otherwise Very Fine
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    Lot# : 834 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 298
    1901 8¢ Pan American single stamp tied to 2¢ entire franked with additional 3¢ purple all paying the UPU single rate and domestic Registration fee, addressed to Rokitzan Bohemia, three line "Registered/ Sep 3 1901/ Olean, NY" purple handstamp to left of stamps, proper NYC registry label at left center, correct backstamps, cover with minor flaws otherwise F-VF and Scarcer Destination
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    Lot# : 835 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American, vertical pair tied by Jul 31 1901 Cincinnati Ohio duplex cancels on 1¢ Columbian entire (Scott U348) with additional 2¢ Pan American franking, all paying the 5¢ rate to La Paz Bolivia, NY transit backstamp, Very Fine and Very Scarce Destination in any time period
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    Lot# : 836 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American single, segmented cork cancel, on 1901 registered cover to Brazil franked with additional 8¢ Porto Rico (Scott 213) to pay the registry fee; sent via Venezuela; markings include magenta "San Juan, Porto Rico, Registered", double circle "Correros de Venezuela, La Guaira" and two line "R La Guaira Transit", St. Thomas and Rio backstamps; horizontal crease through center of cover does not affect the stamps otherwise Very Fine and Exceptionally Rare Usage
    Start Price : 300 USD
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    Lot# : 837 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
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    1901 1¢ - 5¢ Pan Americans all tied by 1901 Milwaukee Wis postmarks on 1¢ green registered entire addressed to "Mr. Wilhelm Kadau, S.M.S. Vineta, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil" . the Vineta is famous for its involvement in the special overprinted 3pf stamps used from New Orleans; by the time this cover arrived in Rio the Vineta had moved on and the cover was returned to the United States; proper NY registry label and postal markings; 1¢ with a vertical tear and the cover is otherwise Very Fine and Extremely Scarce (2016 Philatelic Foundation certificate)
    Start Price : 200 USD
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    Lot# : 838 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 296
    1901 4¢ Pan American single used with 1¢ green, both tied by Baltimore MD 1901 machine cancel, on cover addressed to Porto Alegre Brazil, proper Rio de Janeiro backstamps, Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 839 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American, horizontal strip of three tied by St. Louis Mo double oval cancels on Jun 17 1901 registered cover to Halifax Nova Scotia, franked with two additional 4¢ Pan Ams and a 2¢ Red type IV, all tied, paying the 10¢ regostry fee plus 6¢ postage for contents weighing above 2 ounces; C H Mekeel corner card and Halifax backstamp; the center stamp of the 2¢ strip shows a heavy inking smeal at top center, trivial cover flaws otherwise Very Fine and Uncommon Usage
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    Lot# : 840 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American two horizontal pairs and a single stamp, grid cancels, 1901 cover with magenta "REGISTERED JUL 12 1901 WELLMAN, IOWA" shield handstamp on reply cover addressed to Halifax Nova Scotia, NY and Halifax backstamps; postage pays the 2¢ rate to Canada and the 8¢ international registry fee; Very fine and Attractive Cover
    Start Price : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 841 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American "Buffalo NY Sep 17 1901 Pan-American Station" International Machine Cancel with letter "D" in die space (Bomar type B01-07A) ties stamp to Official Souvenir Mailing Card with multicolored illustration of the "Temple of Music", addressed to Toronto Canada, tiny card corner creases otherwise Very Fine
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    Lot# : 842 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American, horizontal pair tied by lightly struck Lowell Mass double oval postmarks on registered cover addressed to Toronto, Canada; magenta double circle "Lowell, Mass Registered Nov 23 1901" handstamp at lower left; Boston Registry Div,, Montreal and Toronto backstamps; stamps paid the 2¢ rate to Canada and the 8¢ international registry fee; cover with file fold at left away from the Pan-Am stamps otherwise Very Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 843 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American two covers to Nova Scotia, 1) single stamp tied by Boston Mass Nov 26 1901 machine flag cancel on cover addressed to Wolfville, proper backstamp, cover with a portion of the upper left corner missing; 2) 1903 registered 2¢ Columbian entire with Oradell NJ postmarks, addressed to Halifax; franked with additional 1¢ Banknote (Scott 182) and two 2¢ 1902 definitives (Scott 301) paying 10¢ international registry fee and 2¢ postage, proper backstamps; 2¢ Pan Am with faults and 1¢ Banknote with unnatural straight edge at top; Fine usage
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    Lot# : 844 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American and two 2¢ Pan Americans (onewith natural straight edge) tied by Boston, Mass Jul 15 '01 machine cancel on cover addressed to Diyatalawa, Ceylon (Boer War prisoner of war camp), purple double oval "PASSED CENSOR P.O.W./ DIYATALAWA/ E. J. B." at left center, cover with Christian Endeaver World corner card, large magenta "OPENED UNDER MARTIAL LAW" censor's label with "E. R." and crown, cover with toning band on three sides and right 2¢ stamp with crease from contents, still an exceptionally Rare Usage
    Start Price : 300 USD
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    Lot# : 845 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 279
    1898 1¢ green "Buffalo N. Y. Apr '01 Pan American Exposition 1901" Barry Machine Slogan cancel without letter in die space (Bomar type B01-15B) ties stamp on third class cover addressed to Santiago Chile, lightly struck Chile backstamp, stamp and cover with small flaws otherwise Fine and Scarce Usage
    Start Price : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 846 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American single, tied by Yonkers NY Jul 6 1901 duplex cancel on 1¢ Postal Card (Scott UX 5) addressed to Valdivia Chile. printed reverse in Spanish with additional hand writing, Very Fine and Difficult Destination
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    Lot# : 847 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American single, tied by Ann Arbor, Mich Aug 28 1901 machine cancel on cover addressed to Soochow China; "US Postal Agency Shanghai Sep 23" receiving stamp and Shanghai and Soochow transit backstamps, cover slightly reduced at left otherwise Very Fine and Uncommon Usage
    Start Price : 150 USD
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    Lot# : 848 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American three singles and vertical pair, tied by Wooster Ohio Mar 7 1904 duplex cancels on cover to Soochow China, "Shanghai China, U. S. Postal Agency", Seattle, Shanghai and Soochow backstamps; vertical pair with some insect erosion and cover with small flaws otherwise Fine
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    Lot# : 849 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American single, tied by Chicago Jul 1901 Flag machine cancel with 1898 1¢ green on 2¢ entire, addressed to Bocas del Toro, Columbia (now part of Panama), directed "Via Mobile", ultimately redirected back to Chicago; Bocas del Toro receiving mark below stamps, Very Fine and Scarce Usage
    Start Price : 150 USD
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    Lot# : 850 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American single, tied by "St. Joe & Oxford R. P. O. Jun 6 1901" duplex cancels on 1¢ Columbian entire, addressed to Havana Cuba, Iowa Falls, Iowa corner card, "Havana, Cuba Rec D" backstamp, Very Fine
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    Lot# : 851 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American tied by Chicago ILL Jul 13 1901 machine cancel on 1¢ Postal Card (Scott UX 12) addressed to St. Thomas, Danish West Indies; St. Thomas 22 7 1901 receiving mark at lower left; Very Fine and Attractive
    Start Price : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 852 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American block of four and horizontal pair tied by double oval Boston Mass postmarks on 1902 Registered cover to Skive Denmark, additionally franked with 1¢ Trans-Miss (natural straight edge at left) to make up 13¢ registered UPU rate; proper NYC registry label; NY and Skive backstamps; cover with light creases otherwise Very Fine
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    Lot# : 853 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American single, tied by Lincoln NEB Aug 27 1903 duplex cancel on 2¢ entire franked with 2¢ 1902 (Scott 301), addressed to Medical School, Cairo, Egypt and redirected to Leipzig Germany; proper NY, Alexandria, Caire and "L" (Leipzig) backstamps, cover with light bends from contents otherwise Very Fine
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    Lot# : 854 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American single, tied by "Valparaiso Ind Apr 19 1907" machine cancel on Private Mailing card illustrations of Pan American labels on reverse, addressed to Alexandria, Egypt, franked with additional 1¢ green 1902 (Scott 300), partial strike of Alexandria receiving mark at lower left, Very Fine and Scarce Destination
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    Lot# : 855 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1899 2¢ Red, Type IV two singles (top stamp with natural straight edge and small creases) tied by Chicago ILL Aug 18 F.D. duplex cancel on cover to Liverpool England directed "c/o White Star S.S. Majestic sailing Aug. 28th, 1907"; marked "Received too Late" and returned to writer; red "Liverpol US Packet Paid" at left; lightly struck "Liverpool Returned Letter Office Sep 2" at top center; cover sent to US Dead Letter Office and them back to Chicago; very small cover flaws otherwise Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 856 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 298
    1901 8¢ Pan American single, tied by Aberdeen, S. Dak Sep 5 '01 duplex cancel on 2¢ entire, paying the double UPU rate of 5¢ x 2 for cover weighing between 1/2 oz and 1 oz, addressed to Lincolnshire England; NY and Alford backstamps, Very Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
    Hammer price : 95 USD

    Lot# : 857 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 299
    1901 10¢ Pan American single, cork cancel, tied by NYC registry label on 1901 cover with 1¢ and 2¢ Pan American stamps, paying the 5¢ UPU rate and 8¢ registry fee, purple three line "Registered Oct 29 1901 Lincoln, Nebr." handstamp, addressed to London England; oval London Registered transit mark at lower right; 1¢ and 10¢ stamps with a few toned perforations and cover with tiny nick at top otherwise Very Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 858 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American three covers and 1 Post Card addressed to England; 1) single tied by 1906 Boston duplex on cover to Herts England, creased and without backflap; 2) single (natural straight edge at bottom) tied by Aug 1901 Yorktown Heights NY duplex cancel on cover addressed to London and redirected to Amsterdam; 3) two singles with small target cancels on mourning cover addressed to steamship company and redirect to Claridges Hotel, cover with tears; 4) single 1¢ Pan American (natural straight edge at bottom) tied by Nov 1901 Philadelphia machine flag cancel on Government postal card addressed to London and redirected to Madrid Spain; Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
    Hammer price : 75 USD

    Lot# : 859 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

    1901 5¢ Pan American six covers to England, five of which have a single 5¢ Pan American franking and one cover with single 1¢ and ¢ Pan Americans on 2¢ entire; addressed to London (3), York, one each redirected to France and Germany; all 1901 usages; few small cover flaws otherwise F-VF
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 860 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American single, tied by Buffalo NY Jun 25 1901 duplex cancel on Official Souvenir Mailing Card with multicolored illustration of "The Stadium", addressed to Paris France and redirected to London England; proper Paris transit mark; Very Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 861 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American "Buffalo NY Sep 6 1901 Pan American Exposition 1901" Barry Machine Slogan cancel (Bomar B01-15c) ties stamp on card mailed the day McKinley was shot, addressed to France and redirected to Germany, Baden-Baden bridge receiving mark at left, reverse with multicolored illustration of "Machinery and Transportation Building"; card with small corner creases otherwise Very Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
    Hammer price : 75 USD

    Lot# : 862 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 279B
    1899 2¢ Red, Type IV two cards addressed to Roubaix France each with Paterson NJ machine cancel; 1) single tied by Sep 1901 cancel on Official Souvenir Mailing Card with multicolored illustration of "Machinery and Transportation Building"; 2) single tied by Aug 1901 cancel on card with multicolored illustration of the "Temple of Music"; proper transit marks, Very Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 863 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American three covers franked with Pan American stamps addressed to France; 1) single 5¢ Pan American tied by Buffalo NY Pan American Exposition Barry Machine Slogan cancel (Bomar type B01-15C) addressed to Paris France; 2) vertical pair of 5¢ Pan American tied by Philadelphia PA Jul 13 1901 machine flag cancel on cover addressed to Paris France redirected to Innsbruck; 3) horizontal pair 2¢ Pan American and single 1¢ Pan American all tied by NYC May 1901 machine cancel on cover to Lyons France; covers with light creases otherwise Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 864 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 5¢ Pan American Four 1901 covers addressed to France; 1) vertical pair of 1¢ Pan American on private mailing card to Cote D'or and single 1¢ Pan Am and two 2¢ Pan Americans on cover to Miramont, both from Cincinnati, 2) single 5¢ Pan American tied by Spring Lake Beach NJ on cover Miramont, 3) single 5¢ Pan American tied by Pan American Exposition slogan cancel on cover to Paris
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
    Hammer price : 75 USD

    Lot# : 865 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American vertical strip of three on front of 1901 2¢ entire addressed to Meiningen Germany, additional vertical strip of five of the 1¢ on the reverse, stamps on obverse tied by NYC Jun 18 1901 duplex cancels, cover with small flaws otherwise Fine; Owner theorizes that this is an example of the so-called "Anonymous Supplementary Mail" usage probably due to the 8 PM postmark, however it lacks any other indication that this might be so
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 866 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American "Buffalo N.Y. Jun 21 '01 Pan American Exposition" Barry Machine slogan cancel (Bomar type B01-15C) ties stamp to Private Mailing card addressed to Germany and redirected inside Germany, reverse with multicolored illustration of "Mine - Horticulture - Graphic Arts" buildings, proper transit marks, Very Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 867 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 298
    1901 8¢ Pan American single used with 2¢ Pan American, both tied by NYC Jul 9 1901 duplex cancels on European sized cover with printed address to Crefeld, Germany, endorsed "Per S.S. St. Paul" at upper left, light cover creases, Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 868 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American single, tied by "U. S. German Seapost Aug 6 1901" duplex cancel on Private Mailing Card addressed to Bremen Germany, reverse entitled "Rainbow City" and displays a multicolored rainbow above a photograph of the Horticultural Building, card with minor bends from cover corner mounts otherwise Very Fine and Scarcer Usage.
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 869 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American :Buffal NY Sep 20 1901 Pan American Exposition 1901 Barry Machine Slogan cancel (Bomar type B01-15C) ties stamp on multicolored Pan Americah Exposition cover depicting two female figures as the Western Hemisphere, addressed to "Carlsruhe" Baden Germany, proper backstamp, tiny cover flaws otherwise Very Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
    Hammer price : 75 USD

    Lot# : 870 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 298
    1901 8¢ Pan American single (natural straight edge at bottom), tied by spoked cork cancel with "R" at center on cover with magenta double circle "San Juan, Porto Rico Registered Oct 14 1901" handstamp, addressed to Hannover (Germany), additionally franked with two 2¢ Pan Americans, single 10¢ Brown type II ((Scott 282) and single 1¢ green overprinted Port Rico (Scott 210); proper NY and Hannover backstamps, cover slightly reduced at bottom otherwise Very Fine
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : 150 USD

    Lot# : 871 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 299
    1901 10¢ Pan American single lightly cancelled and single 8¢ Pan American on 2¢ registered entire with 1902 Aurora Oregon duplex cancels, addressed to Arnstadt; NYC registery label and proper backstsamps, right side of entire with creases and tear otherwise Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 872 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American New York NY Jan 10 1902 machine cancel ties stamp to Official Souvenir Mailing card with multicolored illustration of the Machinery and Transportation Building, addressed to Germany, Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 873 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 298
    1901 8¢ Pan American tied by manuscript cancels and double oval New York Reg cancels on 1905 registered entire (1¢ Columbian, Scott U 348) from Sharon PA, additionally franked with 5¢ Pan American and 4¢ Orange Brown Lincoln (Scott 280); addressed to Munich Germany, NYC registery label and proper backstamps; Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : 100 USD

    Lot# : 874 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 296
    1901 4¢ Pan American and 5¢ Pan American two covers; 1) single 4¢ Pan American tied by Grand Isle Nebr. Jun 3 1901 duplex on 1¢ Columbian entire (Scott U348) addressed to Stuttgart Germany; 2) single 5¢ Pan American tied by Brooklyn NY Nov 4 1901 duplex cancel on cover addressed to Magdeburg Germany, franked with an additional and probably unnecessary 2¢ Pan American; proper backstamps for both and F-VF
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 875 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American two cards to Germany; 1) two singles tied by Janesville Wis Oct 11 1901 machine cancel on picture post card to Viersen Germany, reverse with panorama illustration of Janesville, 2) single stamp tied by NYC Nov 6 1901 machine cancel, up rating 1¢ Government postal card (Scott UX 14) addressed to Berlin, card with small corner creases; both cards with proper receiving marks, Very Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 876 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 296
    1901 4¢ Pan American Four covers to Germany; 1) single 4¢ on 1¢ Columbian entire addressed to Koln, tied by May 30 1901 machine cancel; 2) single tied by Pittsburg Sep 29 1901 machine flag cancel on 1¢ green entire addressed to Mannhein; 3) single 4¢ and 1¢ Pan Americans tied by NYC May 15 1901 duplex cancels addressed to Bamberg Germany, cover with horizontal crease; 4) single 4¢ and 1¢ Pan Americans tied by NYC May 13 1901 machine cancel on cover addressed to Fuerth Bavaria, vertical cover crease; F-VF
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 877 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American two Private Mailing Cards and two US Postal Cards addressed to Germany; 1) single stamp tied by Buffalo NY duplex on card to Munich marked postage due as there was wrinting on the reverse; 2) horizontal pair tied by Baltimore MD Aug 1901 machine cancel on card to Frankenhausen, receiving mark at left, photograph of "Negro Baptism" on reverse; 3) single stamp, not cancelled, on Scott UX 14 addressed to Chemnitz, proper receiving mark; 4) single stamp tied by Aug 19 '01 Brooklyn NY duplex on Scott UX 14 addressed to Greiffenberg and redirected; Very Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 878 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American five private mailing cards addressed to Germany; 1) Official Souvenir Mailing card with multicolored illustration of "The Stadium", addressed to Koln am Rhein, stamp tied by flag machine cancel; 2) single 2¢ Pan Am tied by International Machine Exposition Station cancel (Bomar type B01-07) addressed to Rheinpfalz, illustration of Niagara Falls on reverse; 3) singe 2¢ Pan Am tied by Oct 1901 Baltimore machine cancel on card addressed to Frankenhausen, illustration of Baltimore harbor on reverse; 4) singe 2¢ Pan Am tied by Oct 1901 St. Louis machine cancelk addressed to Bernkastel am Mosel, illustration of Tower Grove Park of St. Louis on reverse; singe 2¢ Red type IV (Scott 279B, probably a booklet pane single) tied by Buffalo Barry Machine Slogan cancel on card to Hamburgh, illustration of Indian Chief Black Eagle on reverse; few small flaws otherwise Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 879 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American Five 1901 covers to Germany, each with single franking; 1) Grocer corner card cover from Brooklyn to Schleswig; 2) Boston Mass machine Flag Cancel with 13 stars ties stamp on United Shoe corner card to Frankfurt a Main; 3) stamp with natural straight edge tied by Hoboken NJ duplex on Treasury Dept Surveyor of Customs cover to Berlin; 4) Louisville <y duplex ties stamp on cover to Freiburg; 5) NYC machine cancel ties stamp on cover to Frankfort; few trivial cover flaws otherwise Very Fine (Scott Catalogue value $225.00 on cover)
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 880 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American six covers to Germany, all franked with 1¢ Pan American, 2¢ Pan American or 1¢ and 2¢ Pan Americans; destinations include Weisbaden, Worms, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, and Solingen, Origins include Philadelphia, NYC, Brooklyn, Austin Texas, and Pottsville PA, all used in 1901; F-VF
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 881 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American Six covers used to Germany, 1) Card with aerial picture of Exposition grounds franked with Scott 279b tied by Pan American Exposition slogan machine cancel; 2) card with two 1¢ Pan Americans on private mailing card to Berlin; 3) cover from Baltimore franked with 1¢ and 4¢ Pan Americans on 5¢ entire to Coeln a/Rhein, tied by Baltimore machine cancel; 4) 1¢ and 4¢ Pan American tied by NYC machine cancel on cover to Hamburg; 5) 1¢ Pan American with target cancel (not tied) on 4¢ entire with Hecker ILL postmark addressed to Westfalen; 6) 1¢ Pan American used with 4¢ Columbian, both tied by Philadelphia machine cancel, addressed to Trier; all 1901 usages exept cover from Hecker ILL, few small cover flaws, F-VF
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 882 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American "Buffalo NY Oct 22 '01 Pan American Exposition 1901" Barry Machine Slogan cancel (Bomar type B01-15c) ties stamp on cover addressed to Gibraltar and redirected to Alhambro Granada; proper Gibraltar receiving marks; cover with small flaws otherwise Very Fine and Extremely Scarce destination at any time
    Start Price : 200 USD
    Current Opening : 200 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 883 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American single, tied by Lansing Mich Oct 19 1901 machine flag cancel, on cover addressed to San Pedro Sula Honduras, mans. "Via New Orleans" at lower left, large magent octagonal "ADMINISTRACION de CORREROS PUERTO CORTES OCT 29 1901" backstamp and New Orleans transit mark, Very Fine and Very Scarce Destination
    Start Price : 150 USD
    Current Opening : 150 USD
    Hammer price : 150 USD

    Lot# : 884 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American horizontal pair and strip of three, tied by Nashville, Tenn Jul 16 1901 duplex cancels on cover addressed to Budapest Hungary, proper Budapest backstamp; Very Fine and Scarce Destination
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 885 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American single 1¢ and 2¢ Pan Americans tied by Aug 1901 Philadelphia duplex cancels on 2¢ entire to Hungary, Sopron backstamp, Very Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 886 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American two 2¢ singles and one 1¢ Pan American, all with natural straight edges, tied by Passaic, NJ Sep 1901 duplex cancels on double post card which opens to show a panoramic view of NYC and the Brooklyn Bridge, addressed to Budapest Hungary, proper Budapest backstamp; Imprint on reverse notes that the correct rate is Five cents to foreign countries if any message is written (and it is on this postcard); trivial cover flaws otherwise Very Fine and Scarce Usage
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : 120 USD

    Lot# : 887 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American Plate number 1140 single just tied by target cancel on Sep 19 1901 cover from Liebenthal Kans addressed to Budapest Hungary; very slight reduced at left otherwise Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 888 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American three singles and single 2¢ Pan American, tied by Ocean Grove NJ Jun 7 1901 duplex cancels, on cover addressed to Bombay India redirected to Wai India; stamps with natural straight edges and cover with small flaws otherwise Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 889 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 294
    1901 1¢ Pan American single, tied by Boston Mass Jul 19 1901 Flag machine cancel on cover with two single 2¢ red 1899 (Scott 279B), addressed to Tura, Garo Hills, Assam, India; Boston, Sea Post Office, and Tura backstamps; 1¢ stamp with tear otherwise Very Fine appearing
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 890 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American, horizontal pair and single 1¢ green (Scott 279) tied by Boston Mass Oct 11 1901 Flag machine cancel on cover addressed to Tura, Garo Hills, Assam, India; Boston, NYC, Sea Post Office and Tura backstamps, Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 891 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American single, tied by New York Oct 25 1901 duplex cancel on cover addressed to Bandra Hill, Bombay, India; Sea Post Office and Bandra backstamps, cover with ball point pen ink "303 = 26-0" below stamp and very slightly reduced at left otherwise Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 892 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American single, tied by Newport, RI Jun 1 1901 duplex on cover to County Kerry Ireland; proper Cahirciveen backstamp; stamp and cover with small flaws otherwise Fine
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
    Hammer price : 75 USD

    Lot# : 893 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 279B
    1899 2¢ Red, Type IV single, tied by Buffalo NY Dec 12 1899 duplex cancel special private mailing card depicting the US flag and Bison head in the star field, addressed to Turin Italy; message on card wishes Happy Holidays; card with trivial corner creases otherwise Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 894 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American "Buffalo, N.Y. May 26 '01 Pan American Exposition 1901" Barry Machine Slogan cancel (Bomar type B01-15C) ties stamp to Official Souvenir Mail Card with multicolored illustration of the "Ethnology Building", addressed to Voghera Italy, Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 895 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American "Buffalo N.Y.Oct 17 '01 Pan American Exposition" Barry Machine slogan cancel (Bomar type B01-15C) ties stamp to Private Mailing card addressed to Padova Italy, reverse with multicolored illustration of the "Electric Tower", Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 896 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 299
    1901 10¢ Pan American two covers; 1) single 10¢ Pan American and 1898 1¢ Green (Scott 279) tied by double oval Madison Square Station NY double oval cancels on Feb 1902 2¢ entire addressd to Torre Pellice Italy, NYC registery label and proper backstamps, 1¢ green with a few toned perfs otherwise Very Fine; 2) single 5¢ Pan American tied by Jul 25 1901 NYC machine cancel on cover to Rome redirected to Sappolu, Very Fine
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
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    Lot# : 897 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American two covers addressed to Milan Italy; 1) three 2¢ Pan American singles tied by Buffalo NY May 4 1901 Pan American Exposition 1901 Barry Machine Slogan cancel (Bomar type B01-15C) on cover, addressee's name obliterated, NYC and Milan backstamps, Very Fine; 2) Pan American Exposition multicolored cover depicting US Government building franked with 8¢ violet brown and 5¢ blue Bureau Issues (Scott 272 and 281) tied by double oval Buffalo NY cancel and NYC registery label, purple "REG No. ---/ Aug 22 1901/ Buffalo NY" handstamp at left, cover with correct markings but faults, Scarce
    Start Price : 75 USD
    Current Opening : 75 USD
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    Lot# : 898 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 295
    1901 2¢ Pan American horizontal pair and single 1¢ green (Scott 279) tied by Indianapolis May 28 1901 machine cancel on short paid cover addressed to Jamaica; probably weighed more than a 1/2 oz., Kingston and Half Way-Tree backstamps; cover with tiny flaws otherwise Very Fine and Scarce Destination
    Start Price : 200 USD
    Current Opening : 200 USD
    Hammer price : 210 USD

    Lot# : 899 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American single, tied by Indianapolis Ind Sep 14 '01 machine cancel on cover addressed to Jamaica, Kingston and Halfway Tree backstamps; Very Fine and Scarce Destination
    Start Price : 200 USD
    Current Opening : 200 USD
    Hammer price : unsold

    Lot# : 900 Pan-American Exposition Postal History

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    Catalog# : 297
    1901 5¢ Pan American single (natural straight edge and diagonal crease) tied by Philadelphia PA Sep 25 1901 machine flag cancel on cover addressed to Kingston, Jamaica, W.I.; Philadelphia and Kingston backstamps, Very Fine appearing
    Start Price : 100 USD
    Current Opening : 100 USD
    Hammer price : unsold
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