U.S. & Worldwide Stamps & Postal History
August 10-11, 2021

Welcome to our Summer 2021 Sale of U.S. and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History, taking place August 10-11, 2021, at our Teaneck galleries and over the internet via CherrystoneLIVE. Our 1,372 lot sale begins with a solid section of United states including many rarities and graded items. The Foreign section includes Austria, with local issues, France, Germany and Italy, with their Colonies, specialized Liechtenstein, outstanding Poland, with exceptional Krakow overprints, Russia, Great Britain and British Commonwealth, as well as South and Central American countries. In addition, this sale includes a strong selection of 150+ large lots and collections, ranging from single country albums to specialized collections, multi-carton worldwide properties and large cover lots.

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Lot #349
CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA Regular Issues
1862 2c green, never hinged, full margins all around including sheet margin at bottom, fresh and v.f., seldom seen in such condition, with 2021 PSE certificate (catalogue value for hinged)
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Catalog #3
Catalog Value $1,000
Price Realized
$1,200.00

Lot #350
CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA Regular Issues
1863 2c brown red, n.h., jumbo margins all around showing five adjoining stamps, with sheet margin at left, with 2020 PSAG certificate graded "100J" (SMQ $1,250 for "100")
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Catalog #8
Unsold
Lot #351
CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA Regular Issues
1863 10c greenish blue, n.h., jumbo margins with parts of adjoining stamps on all sides, with 2013 PSE certificate graded "Superb 98J" (SMQ $150 for "98" and $375 for "100" for ordinary Scott number 11)
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Catalog #11c
Price Realized
$230.00

Lot #352
CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA Regular Issues
1863 20c green, horizontal pair, n.h., full margins all around, with 2021 PSE certificate graded "XF 90" (SMQ $320 as singles)
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Catalog #13
Price Realized
$130.00

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