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  • Lot# : 140 New York Postal History

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    Bird on Nest (Skinner-Eno PA-B 9), exceptional strike ties 1861 3c Rose (Scott 65) on amber cover with printed address to Shaucks, Ohio, matching "New York Apr 23" town marking at right, envelope opened and very slightly reduced at right, Very Fine and quite attractive; the strike of this cancel shows more detail than the illustration in Skinner-Eno and is probably the finest known example of this intricate and attractive cancellation
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    Lot# : 141 New York Postal History

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    Greek Cross and Segmented Cork Cancels, bold strikes (the cross similar to Skinner-Eno CR-G11) tie 1861 3c Rose (Scott 65) on cover addressed to Stonington, Connecticut with matching "New-York Jun 28" town marking, envelope neatly opened at left, Very Fine strikes
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    Lot# : 142 New York Postal History

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    Intricate Geometric with two Broken Circles and Grid at Center, excellent strikes (not noted in Skinner-Eno, Kirke Type 67-05-23 SGeo) of 1860s New York Foreign Mail cancellations tying 1861/66 30c Orange and 15c Black (Scott 71, 77) on May 1867 envelope addressed to Paris with illustrated Astor House corner card, lightly struck "NY Br Pkt" transit mark at right, cover repaired along the right side (just passing underneath the lower right corner of the 15c stamp) and slightly reduced at top from removal of backflap, Fine appearance
    Start Price : 750.00 USD
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    Lot# : 143 New York Postal History

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    Four Bar Red Grid, just ties 1861 3c Rose (Scott 65, natural s.e.) on locally addressed cover with matching "New-York City Sep 9" town marking, includes letter datelined 1867 and illustrated with a view of the Astor House, New York with Stetson & Co. imprint at the bottom of the illustration, opened at right, Fine and attractive
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    Lot# : 144 New York Postal History

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    Horse’s Head (Skinner-Eno PA-H 13, Kirke 66-04-07 Pic) outstanding full strikes tie 1861 3c Rose and 12c Black (Scott 65, 69) to March 1866 bill of lading addressed to Paris France, red "New Paid York Mar 31 6" exchange mark at right, red French transit mark and boxed "PD," manuscript "French Mail per Steamer Germania" (departed New York March 31) at top, backstamped "Paris 12 Avril 66," Very Fine; this cover shows wonderful examples of the New York Foreign Mail cancellations found in the 1860s; signed Calves

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    Lot# : 145 New York Postal History

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    Eight Point Rosette, crisply struck cancel ties 1861 3c Rose (Scott 65) on attractive pink American Express Co. advertising cover illustrated with an Indian holding a spear, matching "New-York Oct 14" town marking, addressed to Cortland, New York, Very Fine and choice
    Start Price : 100.00 USD
    Current Opening : 170.00 USD
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    Lot# : 146 New York Postal History

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    Five Pointed Star inside Saw-Toothed Circle (Skinner-Eno ST-E 47), excellent strike ties 1861 3c Rose (Scott 65) on dark amber envelope with matching "New-York Mar 13" town marking, addressed to Windsor Locks, Connecticut, Very Fine and attractive
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    Lot# : 147 New York Postal History

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    Elaborate Six Pointed Star Inside Wheel (Skinner-Eno ST-6P 45), choice strikes plus two double circle "New-York Nov 28 1862" town markings tie vertical pair and single of 1861 3c Rose (Scott 65) to Red and Blue Eagle Flying with US Flag Civil War Patriotic (Bischel type 4666), addressed to Roxbury, Massachusetts, top stamp of pair with perforations trimmed away by opening, envelope open top and right with 4mm edge break top center, Fine overall
    Start Price : 150.00 USD
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    Lot# : 148 New York Postal History

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    Elaborate Eight Pointed Star inside Circle, exceptional strike ties 1861 3c Rose (Scott 65, small faults) on dark amber cover addressed to Auburn, New York, matching double circle "New-York Apr 6 1864" town marking to the left of stamp, Very Fine and choice; a wonderful strike of this intricate cancel (not noted in Skinner-Eno) which surely wore down quickly
    Start Price : 150.00 USD
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