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lot # 25 - United States 19th Century Stamps and Postal History 1893 Columbian Exposition Issue (230-245)

Thursday Dec 10, 2020 16:00 America/New_York
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241, 1893 $1 Salmon, used alongside 30c Orange brown and 50c Slate blue (239, 240) on cover to the German Embassy in Washington, DC, all three stamps tied by Washington March 1 machine cancels (presumably 1893 although year date is incomplete), 50c tiny tear, $1 slight surface scuffs, envelope some mounting remains on back side, still Extremely Fine, an attractive and colorful local use, Molesworth notation on reverse, illustrated in Richard Searing's "The One Dollar Columbian Stamp" (Chronicle Vol. 42, No. 2), (Scott $1,800)United States General Issues

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