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|From City:||US Express Boston|
|Addressee:||C. W. Churchman|
|Qty of #1:||2.0|
|Qty of #2:|
5c Red Brown (1). Two singles originally forming a pair, cancelled by red grids, matching light strike of "U.S. Express Mail Boston June 1" circular datestamp on 1848 folded letter to Philadelphia, matching "10" handstamp, Very Fine, ex Allen and Knapp (lot label affixed)
Robert A. Siegel Auction Galleries, Inc. Sale 933 Lot 216 realized 550
Harmer Schau sale 94 lot 852
Alexander listed as 6/1/48
PF Cert 492176
TWO SINGLES, RED GRID CANCELS, ON 1848 DATED FOLDED LETTER TO PHILADELPHIA, RED BOSTON MA EXPRESS MAIL PMK AT CENTER WITH RED HANDSTAMPED "10" RATE MARK AT TOP RIGHT.
AND WE ARE OF THE OPINION THAT
IT IS A GENUINE USAGE
1847, 5¢ dark brown, two singles, clear to large margins, neat red grid cancels and matching handstamped "10" on 1848 folded letter from Boston to Philadelphia postmarked red Boston U.S. Express Mail cds, F.-V.F.; with 2010 P.F. certificate. ¨Scott No. 1a Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Schuyler J. Rumsey, Inc. sale 44 lot 1371 unsold
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