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Lots 841 - 856,
Catalogue of Stamp Auction #81, March 21, 2019. Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
Description
Ph
Net Price
841  35a
1892-96, Elephant, 4c green and black, bottom sheet margin single with inverted center, full OG, previously hinged, VF and strongly undervalued, C.v. $225
sold
842  40/63
1896-1900, President Johnson, Arms, Liberty Head, Hippo and Elephant, two sets of five and seven, complete issues of the respective years, each one overprinted "Specimen" in black, insignificant perf irregularities possible, full original white gum, LH or previously hinged, mostly VF
N/A
843  47
1892, Hippopotamus, perforated essay of $1 in yellow brown and black, miniature sheet of ten stamps, each one overprinted "Waterlow & Sons Ltd. Specimen", security punch at the bottom left corner, no gum as produced, VF and scarce
460.00
844  49
1892, President Johnson, perforated essay of $6 in gray blue and black, miniature sheet of ten stamps, each one overprinted "Waterlow & Sons Ltd. Specimen", security punch at the bottom left corner, no gum as produced, VF
290.00
845  48
1892, Liberian Star, perforated proof of $2 in green, miniature sheet of ten stamps, each one overprinted "Waterlow & Sons Ltd. Specimen", security punch at the bottom left corner, minor perf separation at bottom margin only, no gum as produced, VF
275.00
846  94
1903, Liberty, set of four perforated die proof panes of 3c, colors: blue, gray blue, green and orange brown, no gum as produced, VF and rare
575.00
847  101-13
1906, President Barclay, Liberty Head, Animals, Birds, complete set of 16 imperforated card proofs, including two of 20c, 25c and $1, various color combinations on white or colored paper, no toning or discoloration, no gum as produced, VF
N/A
848 (*)   C1-3

Air Post stamps and covers

1936, Palm Trees, black surcharges "six cents" on 2c violet, 3c brown and on "Official" 1c green, complete set of three, very fresh, unused, no gum, VF, A. Fiecchi certificate, C.v. $750
sold
849    C1-3
1936, Palm Tree, surcharged issue, complete set of three used on addressed FDC, cancelled "Monrovia. 18.11.1936", minor perforation soiling, still VF and scarce, C.v. $825 for used stamps off cover
sold
850  C4/13
1938, Airplanes and Birds, imperforated plate proofs of 1c-$1, set of ten in pairs, less 20c, but including two of 4c in orange (issued color) and yellow, each stamp overprinted "Proof" in black, perfect condition, full OG, NH, VF and very scarce
N/A
851  C18 fn
1941, Three-Motor Airplane, inverted black surcharge 50c on 2c red orange, full OG, LH, VF and scarce, J. Stolow guarantee hs, C.v. $225
sold
852  C26 var
1941, Seaplane, inverted black overprint on $1 blue, right sheet margin single, full OG, very light trace of hinge, VF, expertized by A. Diena, Stolow guarantee hs
sold
853    C27-36

First Flight Cover

1943, First Flight Liberia - USA, surcharges with obliteration of "1941", complete set of ten used on registered flown cover from Monrovia to New York, address is faded, all appropriate markings and arrival ds, mostly VF
sold
854 **/*   O23

Official stamps

1894, Hippopotamus, red overprint "O S" on $1 ultra and black, complete sheet of ten (2x5), full OG, NH (middle stamps) or hinged, VF, C.v. $275 as hinged singles
sold
855  O23 var
1894, Hippopotamus, red overprint in capital letters "O S" on $1 ultra and black, this overprint in green or black had been used for $2 and $5 stamps only, full OG, LH, VF and scarce, expertized by L. Miro
sold
856    

Postal Stationery Collection

1890's-1950's, 30 mostly unused complete entire pieces, including 7 postcards (one letter card and one reply card with separation), 9 stationery envelopes, 8 registered stationery envelopes(one sent to USA), 2 entire wrappers, 3 aerogramme and one cover to USA franked by Sports issue of 1955, minor flaws mentioned (some traces of previous mounts), generally nice quality unit, F/VF
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