2c Orange & Black

L. Pl. #C9/9C & Imprint Block of Eight, OG, most are NH, very strong colors and impression, quite fresh and Very Good-Fine example of this exceedingly rare plate block, there are perhaps 2-3 known of this most unusual mint multiple, (ENV 500-750)
Lot: #429

2c Vermilion & Black(error)

Unused, wonderful sharp colors and fresh appearance, nearly Very Fine example of this exceedingly rare variety with less than 50 examples recorded of which only four are sound and Very Fine, (ENV 1,000-1,500)
Lot: #430
Scott Value: $900
Census Reference: R135a-U-47
Census Quantity: 48
Provenance: Lewis

5c Orange & Black, Inverted Center

MC, good color, few extra freak perfs at T.R., light H. CR, fresh and Fine appearing example of this scarce stamp with only 28 total recorded copies
Lot: #433
Scott Value: $5,000
Census Reference: R137a-U-18
Census Quantity: 25
Provenance: Cunliffe, Lewis

30c Orange & Black, Inverted Center

Very light HC, dark color with some slight oxidization, there is a corner CR at the T.R. and B.R., perfs are just in at R., Very Good appearing example of this popular invert
Lot: #434
Scott Value: $3,500
Census Reference: R140a-U-22
Census Quantity: 22
Certificates: 2005 PSE
Provenance: Magill, Lewis

60c Orange & Black, Inverted Center

Proof on Card, Pos. 42, sharp colors, fresh and Extremely Fine example of this exceptionally popular inverted proof, since there are no actual inverts for the issued stamp the only way to collect this invert is in proof form
Lot: #435
Scott Value: $2,250

$1 Green & Black

Reconstructed Strip of Three with Full Imprints and Two Plate Numbers, MC, violet HC, good color, Very Good, a great looking position piece, (ENV 100-150)
Lot: #436
Scott Value: $9
Provenance: Cunliffe

$10 Green & Black

Unused, stunning deep rich colors and impression, quite fresh and nearly Very Fine, quite rare unused, (ENV 500-600)
Lot: #437
Scott Value: $400

$10 Green & Black

H. Strip of Five, MC, very dark colors and strong impression, this is the Largest Recorded Multiple and it is previously unknown as the Curtis Census only records blocks of four and strips of four as the largest multiples, this is a recent discovery and a very important piece for Third Issue multiple collectors, the catalog value is for two pairs and a single, (ENV 2,500-3,000)
Lot: #438
Scott Value: $2,200

$20 Orange & Black

MC, strong color, exceptionally well centered for this issue, fresh and Very Fine+, a really nice looking stamp
Lot: #439
Scott Value: $900
Census Reference: R150-U-142
Census Quantity: 158
Provenance: Lewis

$20 Orange & Black

Blue SON HC, "Surrogates Office", strong color, tiny pinhole, fresh and Fine, a really great looking stamp
Lot: #440
Scott Value: $900
Census Reference: R150-U-143
Census Quantity: 158
Provenance: Lewis

$20 Orange & Black

L. Pl. #33 and Inscription Pair, plate proof on card, privately perfed, heavy HR's, Very Good appearance and certainly a most unusual item
Lot: #441
Scott Value: $300

$20 Vermilion & Black(error)

MC, two extra rows of freak perfs, deep dark color, Fine appearing example of this rare variety
Lot: #443
Scott Value: $1,250
Census Reference: R150a-U-37
Census Quantity: 39
Provenance: Lewis

THIRD ISSUE REVENUE ACCUMULATION

includes 120 various stamps along with two pairs, mostly used, contained on 102 cards and then displayed on black stock pages, quantities generally range from 1-5 with some higher, usual mixed condition with some faults to be expected, some of the better items include: R134(3), 134cc, 136(3), 136cc(2), 138(2), 138cc(6), 140(5), 141(6), 141cc(3), 142, 142cc, 143(7), 143cc, 145(19), 145(pr), 145cc(7), 146(9), 146cc, 147(4), 147(pr), 147cc(3), 148(10), 149(7), 149cc, plenty of value and worth a look
Lot: #445
Scott Value: $9,870