1c Red

PC reading down, "John Moffat & Co.", "Life Pills and Phoenix Bitters", part perforate vertically, light CR at B., perfs are just in at T., Very Good appearance and certainly a very rare printed cancel on this issue,
Lot: #21
Scott Value: $275

1c Red

H. Strip of Three, bold HC's, "Y.C." and Chinese chop marks, deep dark color, fresh and Fine, this is a very scarce cancel and the only time we have ever seen this in a multiple, quite the showpiece item, (ENV 150-200)
Lot: #22
Scott Value: $1

1c Red

Most unusual "Exclusively prepared" small label affixed to the stamp on a "Sachet Bouquet Imperial" perfume envelope, MC, the stamp has some faults and the envelope is in tough shape, some of the contents are still inside, Fine appearing example of this very rare usage and to our knowledge the only example known on piece, a showpiece perfumery item, (ENV 150-200)
Lot: #23

1c Red

Bold PC reading up, "W. & T. Condition Powder", good color, four nice and well balanced margins all around, Very Fine and choice strike of this rare cancel, quite attractive and certainly one of the finest examples known, (ENV 150-200)
Lot: #24

1c Red

Block of 35, PC, "Ruth & Fleming", full OG, many are NH, H. CR, fresh and overall Very Fine centering, a great looking multiple, (ENV 150-200)
Lot: #25

1c Red

PC, "Tallman & Collins, Perfumers", interesting perfume cancel, nice strike, good color, Fine example of this exceedingly rare printed cancel, (ENV 100-150)
Lot: #26

1c Red

H. Pair, Inverted PC, "Walker & Taylor" testimonial printed cancel, some faults, deep dark color, scarce inverted and certainly scarce in a multiple, (ENV 100-150)
Lot: #27
Scott Value: $1

1c Red

PC, "Scovil's Worm Killer. Christie's Ague Balsam. Dr. Bicknell's Bitters. 1870", Fine, this is the only example of this cancel we have ever seen, (ENV 100-150)
Lot: #28

1c Red

SON PC, "Fire and Water Proof Cement", some sm. faults, a perfect strike of this very popular printed cancel, fresh and Very Good, (ENV 100-150)
Lot: #29

1c Red, Forgery

SON HC, "U.S. Custom Office N.Y.", some faults, this particular forgery is quite scarce, Very Fine appearance, (ENV 150-200)
Lot: #30

1c, 2c Proprietary

Set of Two with cut-out with provisional Medicine labels which are affixed to the stamp over the vignette, each cut-out is slightly different, done by the "D.S. Chatfield Co.", the 1c is sound the 2c has some faults, a most unusual pair of these certainly rare medicine items, (ENV 250-350)
Lot: #31

1c Red

B.L. Corner Margin Single, MC, deep dark color and very fresh impression, huge margins, Very Fine and certainly one of the most attractive singles available, (ENV 900-1,000)
Lot: #32
Scott Value: $800
Census Reference: R4a-U-12
Census Quantity: 163
Certificates: 2000 PFC
Provenance: Joyce, Zoellner, Tolman, Inman

1c Red

V. Pair, light MC, good color, some sm. faults, Fine-Very Fine appearance
Lot: #33
Scott Value: $2,000
Census Reference: R4a-U-146
Census Quantity: 163
Provenance: Lewis

1c Red

R. Margin Single, MC, good color, large margins, very tiny margin tear at T.R. which is totally in the selvedge and could easily be trimmed out, fresh and Extremely Fine and choice appearing example of this scarce stamp
Lot: #34
Scott Value: $800
Census Reference: R4a-U-142
Census Quantity: 163
Provenance: Lewis

1c Red

Light MC, sharp color, fresh and Fine-Very Fine
Lot: #35
Scott Value: $800
Census Reference: R4a-U-143
Census Quantity: 163
Provenance: Lewis

1c Red

MC, good color, large margins all around, sm. tear at L., Very Fine+ appearance
Lot: #36
Scott Value: $800
Census Reference: R4a-U-144
Census Quantity: 163
Provenance: Lewis

1c Red

MC, strong color, large margins, sm. thin, sm. tear, Extremely Fine appearance
Lot: #37
Scott Value: $800
Census Reference: R4a-U-145
Census Quantity: 163
Provenance: Lewis

2c Blue

Block of 12, OG, H/HR, strong color, there is a H. bend at the B., Fine-Very Fine appearing multiple
Lot: #39
Scott Value: $418
Provenance: Whitman, Fay

2c Blue, T5 Double Transfer

Steel die PC, "B. & L.", good color, very large margins, fresh and Extremely Fine and choice Gem, the buyer paid over $325.00 for this amazing stamp
Lot: #40
Scott Value: $100
Certificates: 1983 PFC
Provenance: Floyd