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Lot #24
United States 1867 Grill Issue
1867 2c black, E.Grill, small h.r., well centered for this notoriously difficult stamp, some irregular perforations as often, sharp impression, pencil notation on reverse, v.f., with 2020 PSAG certificate,
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Catalog #87
Catalog Value $1,700
$1,500.00

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Lot #25
United States 1867 Grill Issue
1867 1c blue, F. Grill, l.h., nicely centered for this difficult issue, rich color, fresh and fine, with 1988 PFC and 2020 PSAG certificate,
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Catalog #92
Catalog Value $2,800
$1,400.00

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Lot #26
United States 1867 Grill Issue
1867 3c red, F.Grill, very lightly hinged, usual centering, fresh color, fine, with photocopy of a 2017 PSE certificate for a block of six from which it originated,
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Catalog #94
Catalog Value $350
$260.00

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Lot #27
United States 1867 Grill Issue
1867 3c red, tied blue cross-roads cancel on cover from Cheyenne, Dak. (Apr 27) to Hennepin, Ill, with corresponding departure cds alongside, v.f. (this "Magic City" of the plains, as it was referred to, grew quickly with wooden structures replacing the original tents in the first months of the towns existence. The residents almost immediately began calling for separation from Dakota Territory, whose capital was in Yankton, some 700 miles to the east. The Cheyenne Leader published an editorial on Oct 22, 1867 calling for the formation of a new territory to be called Wyoming or Lincoln, with Cheyenne (of course) as its capital. The Nov 14, 1867 issue of the "Leader" announced the arrival of the Union Pacific railroad to the city from the east, further fueling the separatist movement. However, it was not until Jul 29, 1868 that Laramie County and Cheyenne were officially transferred to the newly formed Wyoming Territory)
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Catalog #94
$230.00

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