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Section 4:

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AUXILIARY
AX-1. Cismont, VA, 1903, G+ CDS/target (part ruff trim R; toned) "1 2 3... 13" route #'s h/s (most lined thru) as b/s on cvr to Portsmouth, OH. E $12 MIN.6
AX-2. West Sacramento, CA, 1996, G+ 4-bar (trim L, in return add.) "23c Postage Due/Revenue Protection 95799" h/s; 32c origin postage; 23c PVC label applied at Chico, CA; on #10 cvr. E $20 MIN.10
AX-3. Elizabeth, NJ, 1957, G+ Univ.; "3579/Postage due (5) cents" h/s w/ms rate; U.S.Post Office/Official Bus.cc on penalty cvr. E $20
AX-4. Lake Park, FL, 1967, G+ machine; "A form is available at the post office for notifying your correspondents... of your correct address." & "Not Jersey City, N.J." h/s on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-5. Chicago, IL, 1964, G 4-bar; "A Notice for this mail was left when Special Delivery Service was attempted." h/s (part spotty); 5c meter +30c special del. on 3x6.75" window cvr (to local add., per markings). E $24
AX-6. Fort Lauderdale, FL, 2001, G+ machine; "Accepted by Postal Centre of Ft.Lauderdale" h/s w/British "-TRE" spelling; 80c Pan-Am Expo commem on air cvr to Germany. E $20
AX-7. Albuquerque, NM, 1987VF, G boxed h/s (part ruff slit T; lower R tip nick) "Additional 10c Postage Due For Non Standard Surcharge." h/s on cvr. E $20
AX-8. Albuquerque, NM, 1989, G machine (trim B) "Additional 10c Postage Due For Non Standard Surcharge." h/s on 4.25x7.5" cvr; 25c origin; 22c applied as due, overpaying. E $15
AX-9. Peru, IN, 1910, F Doremus ty.E (lite tone) "Address supplied by/Direct Sec./Central Sta No.2/Chicago, Ill.P.O." h/s on PPC. E $14
AX-10. Yorkhaven, PA, 1909, G 4-bar; "Advertised/date/Lock Haven, Pa." double-octagon h/s; "Due 1 ct" h/s struck twice (but no due stamp) on PPC fwd to Austin, PA. E $20
AX-11. Downieville, CA, [1892], partial CDS/cork (edge tears) "Advertised/San Francisco, Cal./Due 1ct." dated boxed h/s; "Unclaimed" h/s on cvr. E $24
AX-12. APO 501, 1942, G 4-bar (trim R) "Air Mail By Sea and Air to U.S.A." h/s on air cvr. E $20
AX-13. Saint Petersburg, FL, 1936, VG Univ.; "Air Mail in U.S.A. Only" h/s; pair 4c on cvr to Australia, w/Coast Guard cachet. E $15
AX-14. Newton Center, MA, 1937, partial duplex (upper L crnr slit; edge tear B) "Air Mail Service Post-/poned Forwarded By/Steamer to Avoid Delay" double boxed h/s; 20c map +6c winged globe airs on cvr to Hawaii. E $40
AX-15. Kitty Hawk, NC, 1971, VF "1st Day of Issue" slogan machine; "Air Mail Stamps and Air Mail Envelopes Are To Be Used For Air Mail Only/Postage Due (1) Cents." & Postage Due 1 Cent" h/s; 9c air w/1c Jeff. on underpaid FDC. E $20
AX-16. Amarillo, TX, 1915, G+ Colum. (toned; crnr crs) "Amarillo, Tex./Held For Postage" G+ DCDS struck twice in add.area on PPC w/3rd strike on pix side. E $14
AX-17. (Sidney), OH, [1989], (no origin canx) "Attempted Not Known APO NY 09128" h/s; "Returned to Sender/Reason.../Attempted..." pointing hand h/s; 13c Patrol Wagon presort on 4.5x6" PC w/att'd reply. E $15 MIN.8
AX-18. (Sidney), OH, [1989], (no origin canx) "Attempted Not Known/10th Medical Laboratory/APO 09180-3619" boxed h/s; "Returned to Sender/Reason.../Attempted..." pointing hand h/s; 13c Patrol Wagon presort on 4.5x6" PC w/att'd reply. E $15 MIN.8
AX-19. Dayton, OH, 1989, VG machine; "Attempted Not/Known At CENTAG" boxed h/s; "Returned to Sender/Reason.../...unknown..." pointing hand h/s on 4.5x6" PC w/att'd reply. E $15 MIN.8
AX-20. Dayton, OH, 1989, G machine; "Attempted, Not Known/At 93rd Sig Bde" h/s; "Returned to Sender/Reason.../...unknown..." pointing hand h/s on 4.5x6" PC w/att'd reply. E $15 MIN.8
AX-21. Dayton, OH, 1989, VG machine; "Attempted/Not Known/HQ AAFES-EUR/APO 09245" h/s; "Returned to Sender/Reason.../...unknown..." pointing hand h/s on 4.5x6" PC w/att'd reply. E $15 MIN.8
AX-22. Taunton, MA, 1917, VG Colum. (bit ruff slit T) "Back the Boys..." h/s on cvr to East Norton, MA. E $8
AX-23. New York/Sta.N, NY, 1917, VG Univ.; "Back the Boys..." h/s on cvr to Lakewood, NJ. E $12 MIN.6
AX-24. Oklahoma, OK, 1917, G+ Univ.; "Back the Boys..." h/s on PPC to Paxico, KS. E $12 MIN.6
AX-25. Arlington, IA, 1917, G+ duplex; "Back the Boys..." h/s (part spotty) applied at Galveston, TX, on cvr. E $12 MIN.6
AX-26. San Francisco, CA, 1981, G machine; "BULKY" h/s, on front & back on #10 cvr to local add. E $20
AX-27. Fort Wayne, IN, 1930, G+ Int'l (return add.erased) "By Air Mail to/Exchange Office" h/s; 1st flight cachet; 5c air +1c on cvr to England w/2 purple bars h/s "negating" printed "Via Air Mail". E $24 MIN.12
AX-28. Hartford/Sta.A, CT, 1914, VG Amer/B38 (bit trim T; lite tone) "By Quickest Route." h/s (private?); Pratt & Whitney cc; 3c Wash. on 2c PSE to Germany. E $20
AX-29. Watertown, WI, 1921, G+ Univ.; "C.C.1-2...5/R.1-2...9" h/s w/most #'s ("City Carrier" & "Rural") lined thru on PPC to local add. E $14
AX-30. Springtown, PA, 1908, G+ Doane 2/4 (lite tone) "Called Out."; "Unknown by Carriers,/Not In City Directory."; & "Unclaimed..." pointing hand h/s on cvr to Allentown, PA, & returned. E $15
AX-31. "Canceled/Not Good For Postage/-59 Dec" red h/s on stamp, 1959, on 3c GPC w/printed notice on back. E $12 MIN.6
AX-32. "Canceled/Not Good For Postage/-59 Nov" red h/s, 1959, on stamp on 3c GPC w/illus.ad on back. E $12 MIN.6
AX-33. "Canceled/Not Good For Postage/Oct -59" h/s, 1959, (partly off R) on UX38 GPC w/printed ad on back. E $12 MIN.6
AX-34. Stapleton, NY, 1912, VG Amer/B14 (tip cr) "Carrier No.1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8." h/s applied at New Brighton, NY, on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-35. Chicago, IL, 1926, G+ TCDS (AAMC ty.CAM9W1) (lite tone; edge tears T & R) "Carry One Zone Only By Air" h/s; 10c Monroe on #10 air cvr. E $20
AX-36. Zion City, IL, 1913, F Amer/B14; "Cased By No.8" h/s on PPC to Milwaukee, WI. E $12 MIN.6
AX-37. Chesaning, MI, 1910, F duplex; "Checked by Carrier/No.../Rural..." h/s w/several ms route #'s on PPC to Hillsdale, MI. E $12 MIN.6
AX-38. New Augusta, IN, 1909, G+ CDS/cork; "Clerk No.3 Los Angeles, Cal./Gen Del" G+ DCDS as (part o/s) recd on PPC to Vancouver, Canada, & fwd. E $14
AX-39. (New York), NY, ca.1919?, partial mute oval tying Sc.OX18; ms "Cut in error under cover/Asst-P.M.'s off./NYPD/HMS" on 3.5x5.5" PIECE of LETTER ONLY (tape in center) containing sender's return add. & apparently returned to sender. E $24
AX-40. Waterbury, CT, [1982], G DCDS repeater (crs) "Damaged By Automatic Machinery in the Postal Service" h/s (partly covered by adhesive tape) on #10 cvr to West Hempstead, NY. E $15
AX-41. Wayne, MI, ca.1967, G+ DCDS/roller (multi-crs; slit 3 sides) "Damaged by Cancelling Machine" h/s on cvr. E $15
AX-42. Battle Creek, MI, 1919, VG Univ. w/partial duplex (many crs, tears; ink smears) "Damaged by cancelling machine" h/s on mutilated PPC. E $24 MIN.12
AX-43. Las Vegas, NV, [1995], printed permit (1.25" wide piece torn away at L) "Damaged in Automation/Equipment in San Diego, CA 92199" & "Return to Sender..." pointing hand h/s on damaged Sun Trips ad PPC. E $20
AX-44. (Belleview, FL), [1993], no origin canx (big piece torn away at lower R) "Damaged in Handling in the Postal Service" h/s on GPC. E $14
AX-45. San Bernardino, CA, 1986, G+ machine (4 crnrs repaired w/brown paper tape; cello tape repaired edges & back) "Damaged in Handling/Please Accept Our (Apologies)/U.S.Postal Ser(vice)" h/s (R end not struck) on #10 cvr. E $14
AX-46. Saint Paul, MN, 2004, G+ 4-bar (tape repaired tear; multi-crs) "Damaged in Handling/Please Accept Our Apologies/U.S.Postal Service/Saint Paul, MN 55101" h/s on #10 cvr. E $14
AX-47. Dayton, OH, 1925, G+ Int'l (add.part smear; tip cr) "Dayton, Ohio/Inquiry Dept." G+ DCDS (part o/s); partial "This is the Mail..." h/s on PPC to Whitman, MA. E $15
AX-48. Lawrence, MA, 1911, VF Amer/B4 (toned) "Deficiency in address supplied at Lawrence, Mass." h/s on PPC w/ms state correction. E $12 MIN.6
AX-49. Philadelphia, PA, 1935, VG Int'l; "Deficiency in Address Supplied By No.14, Dir.Sec.Balto.Md." circled h/s on PSE. E $12 MIN.6
AX-50. Seattle & Port/RPO, 1905, G duplex (lite tone; bit cr) "Delay in delivery due to absence of definite address, No.3." on PPC to Cincinnati, OH. E $15
AX-51. Dover, NJ, 1905, G Amer/B14(1) (o/s) "Delayed No.5./To Search For Address./Philadelphia, Pa." h/s on PPC fwd to Narberth. E $14
AX-52. San Diego, CA, 1948, G+ DCDS as origin b/s (lite gum tone; L edge staple) "Deliver to Addressee Only" & "Return Receipt Requested/Showing Address Where Delivered" h/s on reg'd cvr. E $15 MIN.8
AX-53. Costa Mesa, CA, 1984, VG meter; "Delivered in Error to Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison" private h/s on #10 cvr w/San Francisco, CA, F+ "Not Deliverable As Addressed/Unable to Forward/Return to Sender" machine at lower L. E $20
AX-54. Berkeley, CA, 1905, G Amer/B14; "Delivery Delayed For Want of Proper Address." h/s (part heavy inked) on PPC to Pasadena, CA. E $12 MIN.6
AX-55. New York/Sta.K, NY, 1943, G+ Int'l; "Directory Seached APO (652)..." & "No Record" h/s w/brown paper tape on address & other fwd markings; soldier's ms "Free" frank on PPC. E $14
AX-56. San Francisco, CA, 1958, G+ machine; AAFPS Directory PCC Sta., NY, NY, F machine w/ "Directory Service Given/To Avoid Delay Advise Correspondents of Complete Military Address, Showing Unit and APO." slogan box, as transit b/s on 5x5" cvr. E $15
AX-57. Cresson, PA, 1914, G duplex; "Disinfected." h/s ty.1 on PPC. E $140 MIN.70
AX-58. (New Brunswick), NJ, ca.1963, "Do not remail in this envelope" h/s struck 3 times as "canx" tying 5c Hull on cvr to local water dept. E $20
AX-59. Brimfield, IN, 1917, G+ 4-bar (dial hi: "MF" partly off) "Do your bit!" h/s on PPC to Waterloo, IN. E $6
AX-60. Keswick, VA, 1917, VG duplex; "Do your bit!" h/s applied at Elgin, IL, on 1c PSE. E $8
AX-61. Quincy, IL, 1917, G+ Univ. (tip crs) "Do your bit!" h/s applied at Elsberry, MO, on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-62. Mount Pleasant, OH, 1917, G+ duplex; "Do your bit!" h/s applied at Mt.Gilead, OH, on cvr. E $8
AX-63. Grafton & Cin/RPO, [1917], G duplex (tip cr) "Do your bit!" h/s applied at Russellville, AL, on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-64. Heyburn, ID, 1917, G+ duplex (tip crs) "Do your bit!..." h/s on PPC to El Verano, CA. E $12 MIN.6
AX-65. Unionville Center, OH, 1917, F 4-bar (lite tone) "Do your bit!..." h/s on PPC to Marysville, OH. E $8
AX-66. Olar, SC, [1917], partial duplex (slit 3 sides) "Do your bit!..." h/s on cvr to Chicago. E $12 MIN.6
AX-67. Granville, OH, 1910, VG duplex (lite tone; cr) "don't belong to me/Mrs J.B.Jones" ms note at B on PPC to Mrs.J.B.Jones, St.Augustine, FL. E $14
AX-68. Oakland, CA, 1906, G+ Int'l (toned) "Due (1) Cents" h/s w/ms rate; "This is the mail..." h/s; 2x 1c Sc.300 on PPC w/message on address side. E $12 MIN.6
AX-69. Waldron, IL, 1916, partial 4-bar (tip cr) "Due 1 Cent B" h/s; 1c Wash. on PPC w/1c due stamp at L, required for message into address area. E $14
AX-70. Lot 7), "Due 1 Cent" & related h/s; 1925-7; on PPCs mailed w/1c stamp during 2c rate period, w/1c stamps & dues added to pay deficiency (varied condition; some faults). E $30 MIN.15
AX-71. St.Louis, MO, 1917, VG Int'l (cr) "Due 1 cent-D" h/s; 1c Wash. on PPC w/faulty 1c due tied by mute oval, required because address at L, message at R. E $14
AX-72. Leroy, NY, 1906, G+ Amer/B14 (o/s; add.bit smear; crnr crs) "Due 1 Cent." h/s on PPC to Seattle, WA, w/1.5x1" photograph of baby adhered to pix side. E $15
AX-73. Los Angeles, CA, 1909, G duplex; "Due 1 Cent." h/s applied next return add., written across T edge into address side, requiring add'l 1c; red line drawn beneath to highlight this; 2x 1c Frank. on PPC. E $15
AX-74. Chicago, IL, 1925, VG Univ.; "Due 1 Cent/N.S.M.D.No.3" h/s on PPC (no due stamp applied). E $8
AX-75. Port Royal, SC, 1863, G+ DCDS/target (bit trim L) "Due 3" h/s on cvr. E $15
AX-76. Finnerodja, Sweden, 1905, G CDS (bit lite tone) "Due 5 Cents" 17mm circled h/s, bit covered by 5c due stamp on PPC to U.S. E $14
AX-77. El Centro, CA, 1957, G+ Univ."Imperial Valley" slogan; "El Centro, Calif./Imperial Valley's 50th Anniversary" pictorial boxed h/s (sun), apparently officially applied: PM's signature above; on cvr. E $20
AX-78. Tri Cities, WA, 1987, G+ machine (o/s; slight scuff where stamp gone) "Evidence of Postage Affixed" h/s; "Returned For Postage" h/s penciled thru; on cvr w/2 canxes, 2 days apart; sender apparently convinced P.O.that stamp had fallen off. E $20
AX-79. (Ferndale, WA, ca.1980s?, (no origin canx; stamp gone; bit uneven trim T) "Evidence Postage Apparently Affixed" printed on yellow adhesive computer label on #10 cvr. E $15
AX-80. (San Jose, CA), (stamp gone; no origin canx; year unknown; crs) "Evidence Postage Has Been Paid/SCF San Jose, CA 950..." on cvr. E $15
AX-81. (Terrell, TX), (stamp gone; no origin canx; year unknown; crs; bit lite tone) "Evidence Postage Paid/Nixie Unit/Denver, CO 80202" h/s (T arc spotty) on cvr. E $15
AX-82. Bellmawr/South Jersey Br., NJ, 1987, G+ CDS; "Evidence Postage Was Affixed" 78x21mm boxed h/s on window cvr w/no stamp. E $14
AX-83. USPS, CA, 1974, F machine (stamp gone; bit trim T) "Evidence Postage Was Affixed/One Rate O.K." h/s on 3.5x8" window cvr. E $14
AX-84. San Francisco, CA, 1960, F CDS (stamp gone; lite crs; bit uneven slit T) "Evidence Postage Was Affixed/One Rate OK'd" boxed h/s on #10 cvr. E $15
AX-85. San Rafael, CA, 1980, G+ machine (stamp gone; toned) "Evidence Postage Was Affixed/One Rate OK'd" boxed h/s on PPC to England. E $20
AX-86. USPS, CA, 1974, G machine (stamp gone; bit trim T) "Evidence Postage Was Affixed/One Rate OK'd" boxed h/s (upper R spotty) on 3.5x8" window cvr. E $14
AX-87. El Paso, TX, 1932, VG duplex (upper R edge ruff slit) "Flight Cancelled at Dallas, Tex.Forwarded By Train to Avoid Delay" h/s (part spotty); Buick Motor Co.cc; 5c globe air on cvr. E $20
AX-88. Topeka, KS, 1938, VF Univ.; "Flight Delayed on Account of Storm." h/s on cvr w/"20th Anniv.of the Air Mail" cachet. E $24
AX-89. Atlanta, GA, 1977, G machine (o/s) "For Deposit Only/U.S.Postal Service/Lenoir City, Tennessee 37771/Acct.No..." h/s, much scribbled thru; part o/s by "Missent Due To/Incorrect Zip Code" h/s on PPC. Clerk obviously applied bank deposit h/s in error, then tried to obliterate. GREAT rarity. E $75
AX-90. Los Angeles/Arcade Anx, CA, 1939, G+ Univ./duplex; "For night, Sunday and Holiday Service use the special delivery service." h/s (bit o/s) 3x 1c Prexies on air 3c PSE to St.Joseph, MO. E $20
AX-91. Albuquerque, NM, 1938, VG Univ.; "Form 3548 sent"; "Held for Postage"; & "This is the Mail..." h/s on PPC. E $15
AX-92. Toledo, OH, 1959, G+ Univ.; "Form 3579/(1) Copies/Postage Due (5) Cents" h/s w/ms #'s; U.S.Post Office/Official Bus.cc on penalty cvr. E $20
AX-93. Grand Island, NE, 1957, G+ Int'l; "Form 3579/Postage Due (3) Cents" h/s w/ms rate; U.S.Post Office/Official Bus.cc on penalty cvr. E $20
AX-94. Boston, MA, 1907, G+ Int'l (bit cr) "Forwarded from Boston, Mass on Receipt of Stamp" h/s (part heavy inked) on PPC. E $14
AX-95. Cleveland, OH, 1909, G+ Int'l & duplex; "Forwarded from Cleveland, Ohio, Postage Paid." h/s on PPC. E $14
AX-96. Sacramento, CA, 1929, G+ DCDS as origin b/s (trim R; lite tone) "Forwarded From Registry Division/Sacramento, Calif."; "Notice"; & "Reason for Non-Delivery... Unclaimed..." boxed pointing hand h/s on reg'd cvr to North Sacramento; fwd to San Francisco & returned. E $20
AX-97. New Orleans, LA, 1907, F duplex; "Forwarded on receipt of postage due." h/s on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-98. Canandaigua, NY, 1908, VF Int'l (bit lite tone) "Forwarded to Whitedeer, Pa." h/s struck twice on PPC. E $14
AX-99. Indianapolis/AMF, IN, 1947, G duplex (stamp applied in 2 pieces) "Forwarded Unopened/Region II Mail Center" h/s, oddly applied on PPC to N.Y.City. E $40
AX-100. New York/Grand Cent.Sta., NY, 1947, VF Int'l (bit lite tone) "Found in Package Box Collection" h/s on cvr. E $14
AX-101. Chula Vista, CA, 1963, G+ machine; "Found in Supposedly Empty Equipment" h/s on air cvr. E $12 MIN.6
AX-102. Pistol River, OR, 1966, G+ 4-bar; "Found in Supposedly Empty Equipment" h/s on air PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-103. New York/Sta.H, NY, 1906, VG Int'l; "G.D.-Sub" h/s applied at Chicago, IL, on cvr to Gen'l Delivery address. E $14
AX-104. Palatine, IL, 1994, G+ machine; "Get All That's Coming to You/Please Use Correct... Number/We Care" (w/"Apartment" lined thru) printed on yellow adhesive label w/illus.USPS logo & smiley face; "This Mail Not Addressed Properly..." on 2nd label on 5x6.5" cvr. E $24 MIN.12
AX-105. "Gov't Regulations/Cancelled" h/s on stamp on lite tone 3c PSE, likely redeemed because flap sealed. E $20
AX-106. Warsaw, Poland, 1973, G+ CDS (ruff L; tear R) "Handle As Certified Mail Within USPS" (private?) boxed h/s ("Handle" mostly not struck) on 3.25x6" Reg'd wrapper. E $24
AX-107. Pontiac, MI, 1918, G+ Amer/A14; "Have You Enlisted in the The Army of Savers? 'Buy War-Savings Stamps'" h/s on PPC to VanWert, OH. E $30
AX-108. San Francisco, CA, 1937, G+ Int'l (add./message smeared; part lite tone) "Have Your Mail Addressed to Your Ward" h/s on PPC to U.S.Marine Hospital, Vallejo, CA. E $15
AX-109. Daisy, MO, 1908, G+ 4-bar (lite tone) "Have Your Mail ADDREST Where You Want It DELIVER'D" h/s w/MISSPELLING & unusual contraction on PPC to Carthage, MO. E $40
AX-110. San Francisco, CA, 1908, G+ Int'l; "Have your mail properly addressed." h/s w/"Burlingame, Cal." routing h/s, apparently applied at San Mateo, on PPC to "San Mateo Park, Cal." E $15 MIN.8
AX-111. Cleveland, OH, 1906, F duplex (toned) "Held for Postage and forwarded on receipt of same." h/s on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-112. Cleveland, OH, 1906, VG duplex (toned) "Held for postage and forwarded on receipt of same." h/s on PPC. 2c required for message on add.side. E $15 MIN.8
AX-113. Boston/Roxbury Sta., MA, 1909, VG Amer/B38 (lite tone) "Held For Postage" h/s w/arced "Held" on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-114. Sault St.Marie, MI, 1911, VG Colum.; "Held For Postage" h/s, partly covered by 1 of 2x 1c Frank. on PPC; add'l 1c required because address at L, message at R. E $14
AX-115. Lincoln, NE, 1908, G duplex; "Held for Postage" & "Unclaimed." h/s on PPC; postage not supplied. E $14
AX-116. Detroit/Sta.C, MI, 1906, partial B38 (o/s) "Held for Postage./Station C, Detroit, MIch./date/Sent Notice of Detention." h/s, X'ed thru when partial "This is the mail..." h/s applied on PPC. E $14
AX-117. New Orleans, LA, 1904, VG duplex (toned; crs) "Held for postage.N.O.P.O." & "This letter was held..." h/s on PPC. E $15
AX-118. Xenia, OH, 1911, VG Amer/B14; "Held For Postage/Addressee notified (4/10) 190 (11)/Forwarded to addressee 190" h/s w/ms date; "190" for year date, used past its time; on PPC. E $15 MIN.8
AX-119. Kansas City, MO, 1949, VG Univ.; "Held for postage/Due 1 1/2 cents" h/s, lined thru; on cvr mailed w/1.5c; 3c applied & remailed. E $14
AX-120. Los Angeles/Sta.H, CA, 1904, G+ duplex (toned) "Held for Postage/Los Angeles, Cal" dated h/s; "This is the letter..." h/s on PPC. E $14
AX-121. Batavia, NY, 1912, G+ duplex (lite tone) "Held for Postage/Notified..." h/s on PPC mailed w/1c Wash.; 1c Frank.added & remailed; add'l 1c required for felt pennant applique on pix side. Nice combo & usage. E $15
AX-122. Trenton, MI, 1910, VG duplex (bit lite tone) "If you wish your mail delivered by car-/riers, have it addressed to your route and/box No.as well as your postoffice./K.E.Struble, P.M." h/s on PPC to Shepherd, MI. E $20
AX-123. Chicago/Jackson Park Sta., IL, 1909, partial Time-Cmns (HEAVY crs; edge faults; AS IS for that) "Impossible number,"; "Name not in directory/Direct.Sect.Central Sta.No.2/Chicago, Ill.P.O."; "No Such No..." & other h/s on PPC. E $20
AX-124. San Francisco, CA, 1938, VG Int'l; "Indefinite" h/s in address area on PPC w/NO address. E $30
AX-125. Cleveland, OH, 1958, F DCDS (tears; cr) "Insufficent Postage for Special Delivery Mail" h/s; 2c +faulty 10c Prexies w/"NYC" perfin +3c commem on 6c-on-5c air PSE w/N.Y.Central System typed cc; blue pencil thru typed "Special Delivery". E $20
AX-126. New Orleans, LA, 1946, VG Univ. (lite adhesive toning around stamp; crs) "Insufficient Postage For Air Mail Service/New Orleans, La." h/s; faulty 5c air (scuff spot) on bit trim FRONT ONLY to Hawaii, requiring 15c rate. E $15
AX-127. Alameda, CA, 1948, G+ Univ.; "Insufficient Postage For Air Mail" h/s, o/s on lighter "Insufficient Address/Returned for Better Direction" h/s; 5c air on PPC to Finland. E $15 MIN.8
AX-128. Seattle, WA, 1934, VF Univ. (edge tears T; lite tone) "Insufficiently Paid For Air Mail Service" h/s, inexplicably lined thru; Hotel Frye illus.ad; 3c NRA on #10 cvr w/printed "Via Air Mail" scribbled thru at B; red & blue bars above add.area, signifying air mail use. E $15
AX-129. Seattle, WA, 1949 (Feb 10), G+ Univ.; "Insufficiently Paid For Air Mail Service" h/s; 5c air on cvr, 7 weeks after rate change to 6c. E $15
AX-130. Nairobi, Kenya, 1972, G+ machine; "Insufficiently Prepaid for Air-Diverted to Surface" h/s; 70c All Africa Trade Fair on PPC to U.S. E $15
AX-131. Wash & (Chi?) E.D./RPO, 1948, G duplex; "Insufficiently Prepaid" h/s w/ms "2c Due" adjacent; 1c Prexie on PPC to Canada. E $14
AX-132. Acapulco, Mexico, 1958, G+ DCDS; "Insuficientemente franqueada" h/s & "Not Air Mail" h/s (partly off B); 30c Mexico on air PPC to U.S. E $15
AX-133. Cambridge, Great Britain, 1941, partial machine; "It Is Regretted That This Item Could Not Be Delivered at the Address Stated." 75x33mm boxed h/s; censor tape L on cvr to British soldier. E $15
AX-134. Honolulu, HI, 1937, G+ duplex (tiny tears T) "Late Fee" h/s; pair 3c Rhode Island commems on cvr to Portland, OR. E $60
AX-135. Honolulu, HI, 1936, VG duplex; "Late Fee" h/s; pair 3c Wash. on cvr. E $60
AX-136. Gary, IN, 1963, F machine; "Mail Early and Often/Letters Mailed By Noon May Save a Day in Delivery" & "Postage Due (10) cents" h/s; 10c due stamp tied by mute ovals on 1c PSE w/USPOD penalty overprint. E $30
AX-137. Pierre, SD, 1987, G machine (trim L) "Mail Opened in Error" h/s on #10 cvr. E $12 MIN.6
AX-138. Colorado Springs, CO, 1926, F Univ.; "Mailed at Seven Falls/South Cheyenne Canon/Colorado Springs, Colorado." VF private magenta circled h/s (part o/s) as origin at L of stamp on PPC. E $15 MIN.8
AX-139. Keystone, SD, 1938, F 4-bar; "Mailed From Mount Rushmore Nat'l Memorial in the Black Hills of South Dakota" h/s on REAL PHOTO PPC (Rushmore). E $20
AX-140. (Ensenada, Mexico), ca.1940s?, (no origin canx) "Mailed in Mexico with U S Postage stamps affixed" h/s marked thru w/red pencil; "Postage due (2) cents/San Diego, Calif." h/s; damaged 2c due stamp tied by mute oval on PPC to Berkeley, CA, w/"Please put out 2c for mailman" penciled below message. E $24
AX-141. U.S.Army Postal Service/24 BPO, 1946, G+ machine (lite tone) "Mailing authorized by P.O.D.order #21128" h/s on air PSE to San Francisco, recd 4+ months after mailed. E $24
AX-142. Zanesville, OH, 1908, F Int'l; "Missent & Forwarded/From Mooresville, Mo." h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-143. Salem, OR, 2004, G+ machine (bit ruff L) "Missent Mail/Delivered in Error To/Department of Corrections" red h/s above address; "Oregon Dpt Corrections/Central Trust/date" purple h/s on back on cvr to Lafayette, IN. E $20
AX-144. (Indistinct town), NY, 1911, partial 4-bar (tip crs) "Missent to and Forwarded From/Birmingham, Ohio." h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-145. Tepic.Tep., Mexico, 1906, G+ duplex (toned) "Missent to Austin, Texas." h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-146. Huntington Park, CA, 1940, VG Int'l; "Missent to Breckenridge, Tex." h/s on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-147. Nairobi, Kenya, 1953, partial DCDS (crnr crs) "Missent to Buick Motor Div./Hamilton Ave., Flint 2, Mich." private h/s on air PPC. E $20
AX-148. Richmond, VA, 1908, VF Int'l; "Missent to Chatham, Va." h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-149. Nottingham, OH, 1912, G+ duplex (dial hi: "TTING" partly off) "Missent to Clairton, Pa" h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-150. Liverpool, Great Britain, 1905, G DCDS (lite tone) "Missent to Clinton, Iowa." h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-151. Springfield, MO, 1902, G+ Barr-Fyke (ruff R; edge tear T) "Missent to Colorado City, Colo." h/s (town part spotty) struck on address; on cvr. E $8
AX-152. Springfield, IL, 1910, F Time-Cmns; "Missent to Darien, Wis." h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-153. Sand Creek, WI, 1913, G+ 4-bar (bit lite tone; crs) "Missent to Eau Claire, Wis." h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-154. Poughkeepsie, NY, 1954, F Univ.; "Missent to El Centro, Calif." h/s on PPC. E $15 MIN.8
AX-155. Newark, OH, 1909, VG Amer/B14; "Missent to Geneseo, Ill." h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-156. Los Angeles/Arcade Anx, CA, 1939, G Univ.; "Missent to Glendale, Calif." h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-157. Nekoosa, WI, 1909, G duplex; "Missent to Grand Rapids, Wis." h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-158. Traverse City, MI, 1907, G+ Amer/B14(1); "Missent to Greenville, Mich." h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-159. New Market, IN, 1913, G+ 4-bar (dial hi: "ARK" partly off; toned) "Missent to Indianapolis, Ind./Error checked." h/s on PPC to local add. & misrouted. E $20
AX-160. Washington, DC, 1943, G+ Int'l; "Missent to Indianapolis, Ind./Error checked." h/s; soldier's ms free frank on PPC. E $10
AX-161. Miami, FL, 1939, VG Int'l; "Missent to Madison, Fla." blue h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-162. Kankakee, IL, 1911, G+ Int'l (lower L tip nib) "Missent to Milford, Illinois" h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-163. Milwaukee, WI, 1922, G+ Univ.; "Missent to Neillsville, Wis." h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-164. Montclair, NJ, 1938, VG meter; "Missent to Portland, Mich." h/s on window cvr. E $8
AX-165. (Garden?), MI, 1910, partial duplex (toned) "Missent to Reading, Mich." h/s on PPC. E $6
AX-166. Santa Cruz, CA, 1929, G+ Univ.; "Missent to Stockton, Calif." h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-167. Shreveport, LA, 1925, VG+ Univ. (trim L) "Missent to Toledo, Oregon" h/s on 3x4.75" cvr. E $8
AX-168. Osnaburg, OH, 1911, G+ 4-bar (o/s; bit lite tone) "Missent to Vermontville, Mich." h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-169. West Point, NE, [1952], G+ precanx; "Missent to Wisner, Nebr." h/s on Xray report PC. E $8
AX-170. Minneapolis/Cascade Sta., MN, 1936, partial duplex; "Missent to..." & "Port Edwards, Wis." h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-171. Long Beach, CA, 1934, F Univ.; "Missent" & "New Hampton, Mo." h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-172. Hardwick, VT, ca.1908, partial duplex (lite tone) "Missent" h/s w/East Braintree/Rec'd, VT, VF RED CDS non-standard on PPC to East Barnett. E $15
AX-173. Lot 10), "Missent" types; 1907-49; all diff.towns (few faults) on PPCs. MIN.$28
AX-174. Niagara Falls, NY, 1938, G+ Univ.; "Moved no Address 35-." h/s & "Return to sender" ms red pencil on PPC to PASSENGER on S.S.Lurline, San Francisco, CA. E $20
AX-175. Wilcox, PA, 1912, G+ duplex (toned; crnr cr; tip wear) "My Commission Expires (November 25?)" h/s w/tiny 2mm letters (by notary??) TYING 1c Frank.(R end of text obscured on stamp); unusual application on PPC. E $16
AX-176. South Bend, IN, 1911, VF Int'l (tiny tear L) "Name not in directory/Direct.Sect./Central Sta.No.14/Chicago, Ill.P.O." h/s on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-177. New York, NY, 1925, F Univ.; "New York, N.Y./Due 1 Cent/G.P.O." 33x26mm oval h/s; 1c Wash. on PPC during 2c rate. E $20
AX-178. New York/Gd.Cent.Sta., NY, 1928 (Jul 30), G+ duplex (tiny tear B) "New York, N.Y./Due 10 Cents/Gr.Cent." oval h/s; CAM Rte.#1 "New 5c Rate... July 31..." double-diamond h/s cachet at L; 10c Lindbergh air on cvr, probably weighing 1 oz.w/enc.(now removed), intended for mailing on date of rate change, but mailed 1 day TOO EARLY for new rate. E $30
AX-179. Helsingor, Denmark, 1938, VG machine (lite tone) "New York/NY/Due 2 Cents" dateless opera glass h/s; 2c due stamp; 10o +5o on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-180. USPS, HI, 1972, G+ machine (cr) "No Firm or Room Number Shown/Addressee Unknown" h/s on PPC to Chicago. E $15
AX-181. APO (7??), [1919], partial CDS; "No Number/Bush Term" h/s ("R" partly off) on free-franked PPC datelined to Monte Carlo, to Brooklyn, NY. E $15 MIN.8
AX-182. (Hampton Beach?), NH, ca.1908, partial CDS/cork; "No Post Office named." h/s on PPC w/no town in address. E $14
AX-183. Anson, KS, 1911, G+ 4-bar (toned; edge tears T) "No R.F.D.No.2" h/s applied at Enid, OK, on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-184. St.Louis/Annex Sta., MO, 1911, G+ Int'l (crs) "No Response... Trip C 210/Mail Delayed, No Mail Box" purple h/s on PPC to Chicago. E $24 MIN.12
AX-185. Fajardo, PR, 1943, partial Int'l (trim L; slit 3 sides; lite tone; censor tape stain L; gum toned back) "No Stamps Missing When Dispatched By Mail Sub-Div.Ves.Adm.No.3" h/s on back; Matta Hermanos/Farmacia, Fuente Soda Y Teatro fancy ad cc; 10c transport air on #10 cvr to Veterans Bureau, Washington, DC. E $75
AX-186. Sibley, IA, 1908, G+ duplex (toned) "No State Named." h/s on PPC to "Berkeley" w/ms note "Try Calif." E $15
AX-187. Miami Beach, FL, 1968, G machine; "No Such # St./Try Ave./94116" h/s applied at San Francisco, CA, on PPC. E $8
AX-188. Seattle, WA, 1911, F Int'l; "No Such 'New' No.T610" h/s on PPC to Chicago. E $12 MIN.6
AX-189. Yakima, WA, 1941, VF Univ. (crs; edge tear R) "No such Building in Amarillo, Texas." h/s; Amarillo F+ Univ. w/"Returned to Writer Unclaimed" pointing hand slogan at lower L on cvr. E $24
AX-190. Wenatchee, WA, 1938, VF Int'l (lite tone) "No such firm in Spokane, Wash." h/s w/2nd strike modified in blue pencil to read "No such BLDG..."; blue pencil "Rec'd without Contents at Spokane W" on #10 cvr; Spokane VG Univ. w/"Returned to Writer Unclaimed" pointing hand slogan at lower L. E $30
AX-191. San Francisco, CA, 1911, G+ PPIE slogan (bit ruff T; pinholes) "No Such No.New No.S634" & "Not South D38(6?)2" h/s on cvr to Chicago. E $12 MIN.6
AX-192. Santa Barbara, CA, 1906, G duplex (o/s; toned) "No Such No.on St./N.G.N.Dist.25" & part spotty "Not in Post Office Directory" h/s; "Not for #1" & several other carriers' ms notes on PPC to "Alameda Co." delivered to Alameda & fwd to Oakland. E $20
AX-193. Sacramento, CA, 1913, G+ Univ. (o/s) "No Such No.S.B.T,124" h/s on PPC to Oakland, CA. E $12 MIN.6
AX-194. Seattle, WA, 1915, VF PPIE slogan (crnr crs; lite tone) "No such No.South-K 2327" h/s on PPC to Chicago. E $8
AX-195. Marinette, WI, 1911, F Time-Cmns (lite tone) "No Such No.South. Try North M2213' h/s on PPC to Chicago. E $12 MIN.6
AX-196. Denver, CO, 1950, VG Univ. (lower R water toned) "No Such Number/D-389" h/s w/integrated pictorial MAIL CARRIER holding envelope; "No Such Number K-123" on #10 cvr to local add.w/partial "Return to Writer" Univ.machine at L. E $40
AX-197. Cleveland, OH, 1909, F Int'l; "No such Office in State named,/(date)/Returned from Cleveland, Ohio." h/s on PSE to "Scotts Bluff, Ia." E $12 MIN.6
AX-198. Portland, OR, 1937, VG Univ.; "No such post office in state named." h/s; Univ.of Portland Alumni Ass'n cc on #10 cvr to "Megler, WA". E $12 MIN.6
AX-199. Waterloo, IA, 1911, VG Int'l; "No.1, 2, 3... 24." carrier route # h/s w/several lined thru on PPC to Rock Island, IL. E $12 MIN.6
AX-200. Hartford, CT, 1990s, partial DCDS/roller (part ruff slit T) "Non-Standard Size/10c Surcharge Due" h/s on cvr. E $20
AX-201. Newburgh, NY, [1869], VG CDS/cork; "None of the family in this vicinity/S.Harris P.M./Returned as above" ms vertically at L, below atty's return add.; on PSE w/letterhead enc.requesting return of 2 "certificates of the War of 1812", addressed to "Jos.Ellis or any of his Family, Bloomingburgh, NY". RARE specific ms auxiliary. E $50
AX-202. Waycross, GA, 1948, G Univ.; "Not Aboard/Return to Sender" h/s (x3) on air cvr w/enc.to radio operator on SS Frank R.Stockton in France. E $20
AX-203. Guadalajara, Mexico, 1959, partial DCDS; "Not Air Mail" blue h/s; 50c air on cvr w/air mail border, to Chicago. E $14
AX-204. Acapulco, Mexico, ca.1930s, G DCDS (dial hi) "Not Air Mail" & circled "T" h/s; 5c air Sc.C65 on PPC to U.S. E $14
AX-205. Rushville, NY, 1912, G 4-bar; "Not Carrier No.4" h/s applied at Reno, NV, on PPC. E $20
AX-206. Bureau, IL, 1910, G+ duplex (lite soiled) "Not City/1,2,3...12/R.F.D.1...6" h/s applied at Streator, IL, on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-207. Oakland, CA, 1906, G+ Int'l (lite tone; edge tear T) "Not delivered by carrier for want of time." h/s (part on stamp) on PPC to Stockton, CA. E $15 MIN.8
AX-208. Utica, IL, 1918, G+ duplex; "Not for No.2" h/s applied at Roswell, NM, on 2.25x6.75" PPC w/"Mailing Card" header; "Letter Postage If This Space Contains Communications" above message; 2x 1c Wash., paying 2c War Rate, but underpaying required letter rate. E $20
AX-209. Keyser, WV, 1912, G+ Amer/B14; "Not for R.F.D." tiny 26x3mm red h/s applied at Hagerstown, MD, on PPC. E $15
AX-210. (Lima, Peru), 1964, (portion of canx at L edge & partly on message) "Not in Air Mail" h/s tying 3s Peru on air PPC to U.S. E $15
AX-211. APO 929, 1943, F 4-bar (full vert.tear repaired w/hinges at R) "Not in Air Mail" h/s; "Soldiers Mail Free By Sea And Air" ms frank; censor tape & h/s at L on cvr w/air mail border to CURACAO. E $20
AX-212. New York/Gd.Cent.Sta., NY, 1958, F Int'l (crs) "Not in Air Mail" h/s; 3c Prexie on PPC to San Francisco w/ms "Air Mail" instruction. E $14
AX-213. Seattle, WA, 1967, partial machine (toned on taped tips; crs) "Not in Air Mail" h/s; 5 stamps (16c) on 5c PSE (21c total) to Germany. NO indication that this was intended as air mail. E $20
AX-214. Detroit, MI, 1964, G+ machine; "Not In Air Mail" h/s; 8c capitol air coil on PPC to England. E $15
AX-215. Glendale, CA, 1930, VF Univ.; "Not in Air Mail/Advanced by Train" h/s; Grand Central Air Term'l dedication cachet; 3c "Nebr." overprint +2c Charleston on cvr w/airmail border. E $20
AX-216. Burbank, CA, 1949, VF Univ.; "Not in Air Mail/Insufficient Postage" h/s; 5c air on cvr to Los Angeles. E $15
AX-217. Washington, DC, 1904, F Int'l (o/s) "Not in Directory/Searcer Ho.1./Station-L/N.Y.P.O." boxed h/s on PPC. E $8
AX-218. Lima, Peru, 1965, partial DCDS as origin b/s (part ruff trim R; upper L tip nick) "Not in Registered Mail" h/s struck 3x on front, 1x on back on air cvr to U.S.; typed notes says cvr contains contact lenses. E $20
AX-219. New York/(Grd.Cent.Sta.?), NY, 1955, G+ Int'l (killer partial) "Not in the Air Mail/Short Paid" h/s; "T/N.Y.D./Centimes/48" opera glass h/s; 20c special del.(Sc.E19) applied SOLO on PPC to Switzerland w/"Expres" h/s. RARE use & combo. E $50
AX-220. APO 627, 1945, G machine (bit uneven trim T; crs) "Not in the Air Mails" h/s; ms "free" frank; Shanghai, China, return add.on flap on cvr w/air mail border to U.S. E $20
AX-221. Calais & Bang/RPO, 1951, G+ duplex (part ruff slit T; flap partly off) "Not Now at Parker House" private h/s; "Return to Sender" h/s on cvr to Boston. E $15 MIN.8
AX-222. Pocatello, ID, 1911, VG Amer/B14(1); "Not on R.F.D.No.4" h/s applied at Blackfoot, ID, on PPC. E $15
AX-223. Childersburg, AL, 1945, VG+ Int'l (edge tear T) "Not On Vessel/Return to Sender" blue-green h/s (x2); "Return to Sender-Not Aboard" purple pointing hand h/s (x3); 6c Prexie on air cvr to MV Farallon, FPO, N.Y. E $20
AX-224. Oslo, Norway, 1955, VG pictorial slogan (Viking ship) repeater machine; "Not paid for air mail" h/s; 55o on air PPC to U.S. E $14
AX-225. Goteberg, Sweden, 1953, G+ CDS (lite tone; tip crs) "Not paid for Airmail." h/s on PPC to Long Beach, CA. E $15
AX-226. Macon, GA, 1923, G+ Univ. (part lite tone) "Not Rural 2" h/s on PPC to local add. E $12 MIN.6
AX-227. Denver, CO, 1953, F Univ. (bit lite tone) "Not There L-2301" h/s on PPC to Chicago. E $12 MIN.6
AX-228. Chicago, IL, 1953, F Univ.; "Not there R1917" h/s; Davis & Kreeger illus.ad on back (painter) on GPC. E $8
AX-229. Santa Monica/Ocean Park Sta., CA, 1925, G+ Int'l; ms "notice 1c Due to postman" partly overlap by hand-drawn arrow, pointing to 1c due stamp; "Due 1 Cent." h/s on PPC. E $20
AX-230. Los Angeles, CA, 1947, VF Univ. (stamp gone; bit trim T) "O.K. (3) Cents" h/s w/blue pencil ms rate at upper R on cvr. E $15
AX-231. Grass Valley, CA, 1937, G+ Int'l (stamp gone; crs; lite tone; pinholes; add.part smear) blue pencil circled "O.K." at upper R on cvr. E $14
AX-232. Toledo/Sta.E, OH, 1931, G+ duplex (lite tone) "Offered At Address... Cause of Non-Delivery..." h/s as b/s w/ms info on special del.cvr. E $15
AX-233. Flushing, NY, 1910, VG duplex (stamp gone; lite tone) ms pencil "OK" in stamp box, verifying postage; on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-234. New York/Church St.Sta., NY, 1950, G+ duplex tying brown paper tape repairs at upper R (nicks T) "OK" thick-letter h/s at upper R verifying postage; on cvr w/"Rec'd in Bad Condition/N.Y.P.O./Church St.Station" h/s (T line partial) as b/s. E $20
AX-235. Denver, CO, 1902, G machine (o/s) "On the Mt.Evans Highway/Echo Lake Lodge/10,600 Ft./date/Colorado" BOLD BLUE private as origin at L on PPC. E $14
AX-236. Denver, CO, 1935, VF Univ. (lite tone; upper L crnr bit ruff; 2 staples L; staple holes) "Opened by parties unknown to P.M." & "Unknown at address..." h/s; brown tape at L tied by Denver/Inquiry Sec.G+ DCDS; ms "Not for CT Shelton, 330 Franklin"; Sommers Home Oil Co.cc on #10 window PSE to local add.w/Denver "Return to Writer" Univ.machine at L. E $40
AX-237. Cambridge, MA, 1910, F Amer/B14; "Originally held for postage and now forwarded on receipt of amount due." h/s on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-238. Boston/Sta.A, MA, 1905, G Amer/B38 (lite tone; cr) "Originally held for postage but now for-/warded upon receipt of postage due" h/s on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-239. Loysville, PA, 1908, VG duplex (o/s; toned; crnr crs) "Orphans Home" h/s on PPC w/message in child's writing to Harrisburg, PA. E $24
AX-240. Portland, OR, 1977, G+ machine, struck on pix side; "Outside Delivery Limits" h/s on PPC to rural address in Gresham, OR; mute lines h/s canx tying 13c stamp, toned where obviously taped on. E $16
AX-241. Yosemite Lodge, CA, 2000, G+ machine; "Oversize Postcard/(.13)¢ Postage Due" h/s on 5x6.5" PPC. E $15
AX-242. Thompsonville, CT, 1898, G+ CDS/cork (dial hi) "Owner's Risk" h/s, by red ms "Rush" instruction at B on cvr to Purser, Steamer Hartford. E $40
AX-243. Orange, NY, 1928, G+ Univ. (crnr crs) "Passenger Dept." dated private h/s on PPC to passenger on S.S.Siberia Maru "leaving Nov.7th San Francisco". E $20
AX-244. Steubenville, OH, 1902, VF Amer/B14 (part ruff trim R, just in stamp) "Please have your mail addressed to the box number or street number where you want it delivered." h/s w/"box number or street number" lined thru & "star route" written above on PSE to Salem, OH. E $50
AX-245. Fargo, ND, [2001], G machine (dial mostly covered) "Please Inform sender that you mail should be addressed to your P.O. Box" printed on 22x57mm adhesive label w/illus.USPS logo & smiley face on cvr. E $20
AX-246. Cincinnati, OH, 1907, G+ Amer/B14 (lite tone) "Post Office, Cincinnati, Ohio. This is the piece of mail for which you sent stamps./Elias R.Monfort,P.M." h/s (3 letters off edge) on PPC. Add'l 1c required for message on add.side. E $15
AX-247. New York/Rec'd (10) For'gn, NY, 1917 (Dec 12), F+ double oval as origin b/s; "Post Office, New York, N.Y./Returned to sender for/the reason that SERVICE IS SUS-/PENDED. No means being avail-able for transmission to des-/tination." printed on 37x92mm label, covering address; 12c Frank.+3x 3c Wash. on reg'd cvr to Russia; censor tape R; returned 4/7/19, 1 year 4 mos.after mailed. E $150
AX-248. Tucson/Mail Processing (Ctr.?), AZ, 1985, G 4-bar (no stamp; bit trim T) "Postage & Fees Paid/U.S.Mail" h/s at upper R on #10 cvr. E $15
AX-249. (New York, NY), [1934], (no origin canx; lite tone) "Postage Attached/to Cover/Mailable Matter" G+ magenta h/s tying 8c Grant w/"NCB" perfin; Nat'l City Bank cc on cvr to San Francisco. E $24
AX-250. Oak Harbor, OH, 1909, partial duplex (toned) "Postage Due (1) Cents/Rated at Toledo, OH" h/s w/"S" in "Cents" marked out; 1c Frank. on PPC w/1c due stamp, required for message into address area. E $15
AX-251. King City, CA, 1925, G+ duplex; "Postage Due (1/2) Cents." h/s w/tiny ms rate; 1.5c Harding on PPC to local add. E $15
AX-252. (Kingston, OH), ca.1976, (no canx) "Postage Due (13)¢" h/s w/ms amount; "18" written above & "31" at R on #10 USPO Bicent'l penalty cvr to Kent State Univ.w/2 encs.: sender's cvr w/7.9¢ bulk stamp; P.O.'s note explaining bulk stamps not usable "on mailings of less than 200". E $20
AX-253. Paris, France, 1966, G+ meter (tears T) "Postage Due (13c) JFK" h/s on air cvr. E $15 MIN.8
AX-254. Oakland, CA, 1959, G 4-bar; "Postage Due (2) Cents" h/s on cvr w/San Rafael, CA, postage due meter label wrapped around B edge. E $14
AX-255. Espanola, NM, 1954, G+ Univ. (tiny tear T) "Postage Due (2) Cents/Forwarding postage guaranteed by addressee." boxed h/s (T line mostly not struck), but no such instruction on cvr; 2c due stamp at L, not tied; 2c Prexie origin on unsealed 4x5" cvr to Espanola & fwd to Fairview. E $15
AX-256. Baltimore, MD, 1966, F+ 4-bar "Mailer's Postmark Permit #8"; "Postage Due (29)c" h/s w/ms rate; ms "VOID" above 23c Presort 1st Class (mostly peeled off; small piece remaining) & 5c Nonprofit, w/3c bluebird; BOLD "FIRST CLASS" h/s on cvr short-paid 1c, but w/29c improperly assessed. E $20
AX-257. Nashville, TN, 1954, F+ Univ.; "Postage Due (3) Cents" h/s; "P.O.Nashville, Tenn./Official Business" return add. on 1.5c PSE w/P.O.Dept.Penalty overprint, apparently short paid by PM. E $20 MIN.10
AX-258. Villefranche, France, 1980, G+ CDS; "Postage Due (34)c/NYB & FMC 07097 Tour 11" h/s on PPC mailed w/o stamp. E $15 MIN.8
AX-259. Huntington Park, CA, 1964, F DCDS (tiny tear T) "Postage Due (4) Cent(s)" h/s w/ms rate; 4c due tied on PPC mailed w/o stamp. E $12 MIN.6
AX-260. S'Gravenhage, Netherlands, 1989, G machine; "Postage Due (52)c/NJI-FMC 07097 Tour 11" h/s on cvr to Lansing, MI, where "Returned to Sender..." pointing hand h/s applied 3 mos.after mailed. E $20
AX-261. Lichtenburg, South Africa, 1983, F machine; "Postage Due (52)c/NYB & FMC 07097 Tour 11" h/s on cvr. E $15 MIN.8
AX-262. Holyoke, MA, 1943, G+ duplex; "Postage due 1 1/2 cents" h/s; 1c +1/2c dues tied by mute ovals; bit faulty 4.5c Prexie origin on cvr. E $15 MIN.8
AX-263. Minneapolis, MN, [1945], VF Univ.w/dateless dial (crs) "Postage Due 1 1/2 cents" & "Returned to Writer/Unclaimed From Lafayette, Ind." pointing hand h/s (part spotty) on 1.5c #10 PSE w/Lawton, OK, fwd address applied, but not forwarded. E $15 MIN.8
AX-264. Seattle, WA, [1940], printed precanx; "Postage Due 1 1/2 Cents/Returned to Sender" pointing hand h/s & "U.K.Route 6" ("Unknown") h/s on 1c PSE to Portland, OR, & returned. E $20
AX-265. Seattle, WA, ca.1940, printed precanx; "Postage Due 1 1/2 Cents/Returned to Writer/Unclaimed From Seattle, Wash." pointing hand h/s; ms gone on 1c PSE to Seattle & returned. E $20
AX-266. Seattle, WA, ca.1940, printed precanx (bit cr) "Postage Due 1 1/2 Cents/This mail is returned charged with postage due" h/s w/balance of text excised; "Moved No Address..." h/s on 1c PSE to Los Angeles & returned. E $20
AX-267. Liebenthal, KS, [1930], printed precanx (bit cr; part water toned) "Postage Due 1 1/2 Cents/This mail is returned charged with postage due, according to amended Sections 575 & 614 P.L. & R. July 1, 1924." h/s; "Reason For Non-Delivery Checked/Moved..." h/s on unsealed 1c PSE to Los Angeles, CA, & returned. E $20
AX-268. Seattle, WA, ca.1940, printed precanx (bit cr) "Postage Due 1 1/2 Cents/This mail is returned charged with postage due, according to amended Sections 575 & 614 P.L. & R." h/s (R end spotty); "Reason For Non-Delivery Checked/Moved-No Address..." h/s; on 1c PSE to Los Angeles & returned. E $20
AX-269. Seattle, WA, ca.1940, printed precanx (bit cr) "Postage Due 1 1/2 Cents/This mail is returned charged with postage due, according to amended Sections P.L. & R." h/s (part spotty) w/Section #'s excised; "Reason For Non-Delivery Checked/Moved No Address..." h/s; on 1c PSE to Los Angeles & returned. E $20
AX-270. Seattle, WA, ca.1940, printed precanx (bit cr) "Postage Due 1 1/2 Cents/This mail is returned charged with postage due, according to amended Sections" h/s w/balance of text excised; ms "Unknown at address..."; on 1c PSE to Los Angeles & returned. E $20
AX-271. Seattle, WA, [1941], printed precanx; "Postage Due 1 1/2 Cents/This mail is returned charged with postage due," h/s w/balance of text excised; "Reason For Non-Delivery Checked/Moved No Address..." h/s; on 1c PSE to Los Angeles & returned. E $20
AX-272. Miami Beach, FL, 1965, G+ machine (bit lite tone) "Postage Due 1 Cent" h/s; 1c due tied by mute oval on PPC. Add'l 1c required for message into address area. E $14
AX-273. Los Angeles/Arcade Anx, CA, 1939, G+ Univ.; "Postage Due 1 Cent" & "Second Notice. No Reply/To First Notice" h/s; 2c Prexie on cvr to Los Angeles & fwd to Santa Monica, where 1c due tied at upper L. E $14
AX-274. Detroit, MI, 1929, G+ dateless Int'l (lite tone) "Postage due 1/2 cent." h/s; 1/2c due Sc.J68+1/2c Hale applied as "change" (but fully adhered, so unusable) on 3-panel card (2 small interlocking panels on back) mailed w/1c Frank.to local add., assessed 3rd class letter rate. E $20
AX-275. (Indistinct town), FL, ca.1995, partial machine (bit ruff slit T) "Postage Due 11c/This Piece is Subject to the Nonstandard Surcharge" h/s on cvr. E $15
AX-276. Barnstaple, Great Britain, 1968, G+ machine; "Postage Due 3 Cents/Foreign Section GPO, NY" h/s on PSE to N.Y.City. E $15 MIN.8
AX-277. Criccieth, Great Britain, 1958, G DCDS (edge tear B; part lite tone) "Postage Due 4 Cents/Foreign Sec., G.P.O.,N.Y." h/s on PPC to U.S. E $15 MIN.8
AX-278. Chicago, IL, 1942, partial 4-bar (multi-crs) "Postage Due/N.S.M.D.No.11 (14) Cents" h/s w/ms rate; "Closed against inspection/N.S.M.D. No.37" h/s; 5c +2c +1c on 4.25x6.25" cvr used as address label for package, w/10c & pair 2c dues. E $20
AX-279. Tacoma, WA, 1990, partial clock-dial CDS; "Postage OK At Tacoma, WA" h/s; 25c lighthouse on cvr. E $12 MIN.6
AX-280. San Diego, CA, 1981, F 4-bar; "Postage OK" h/s on cvr. E $12 MIN.6
AX-281. (Fritch, TX), [1996], (no origin canx; lite cr) "Postage OK" h/s by 10c Tractor Trailer w/"Add'l Presort Postage Paid" inscription; verified proper use on #10 cvr w/Croatian Philatelic Soc'y cc. E $20
AX-282. Birmingham, MI, 1921, partial Colum. (stamp gone from pix side, affects killer) "Postage OK" ms above add. on PPC. E $14
AX-283. San Diego, CA, 1989, G+ DCDS (multi-crs) "Postage OK, San Diego, 92199" h/s on air cvr w/no stamp. E $14
AX-284. Denver, CO, 1975, G 4-bar (dial HI: town mosly off) "Postage OK/Nixie Section/Denver, CO 80202" h/s on cvr w/no stamp. E $20
AX-285. (Origin unknown), ca.1980s?, "Postage OK/Nixie Section/South Suburban Div'n/South Suburban, IL 60499" printed on yellow adhesive computer label on cvr to Winona, MN. E $20
AX-286. San Diego, CA, 1982, VG machine origin; "Postage OK/Nixie Unit/Denver, CO.80202" struck at upper R; ms "on opposite side" below; Denver, CO, G+ 4-bar ties 20c stamp to upper L crnr on #10 cvr to San Diego Gas & Electric, taking long 2,100-mile trip to local destination. E $20
AX-287. Anahola, HI, 1990, G 4-bar (dial bit hi; bit ruff slit T) "Postage OK/Rate-Up Sec" 23x10mm boxed h/s; 45c Love on cvr. E $20
AX-288. (Catharpin, VA), (stamp gone; year unknown) "Postage OK___" h/s on #10 cvr. E $12 MIN.6
AX-289. Raleigh, NC, 1987, VG machine; ms "Postage on back" & arrow; "Returned For Postage" h/s lined thru on 4x7.75" cvr w/meter impression on back. E $15
AX-290. New York/Morgan GMF, NY, 1988, G+ DCDS (stamp gone) "Postage Paid" h/s on 3.5x7.5" window cvr. E $12 MIN.6
AX-291. Fort Worth, TX, 1986, VG DCDS (stamp gone; lite tone) "Postage Paid" h/s on PPC. E $15
AX-292. New York/Gd.Cent.Sta., NY, 1971, G Int'l; "Postage Paid" h/s below stamp; "Postage Due___Cents" h/s lined thru; 13c JFK on air PPC. E $20
AX-293. (Manteo, NC), 1988, partial machine (bit trim T) "Postage Paid" h/s tying 22c stamp, partly covered by adhesive tape but sufficiently canceled to be accepted; on 4x7.75" cvr. E $15
AX-294. Fort Worth, TX, 1980, G+ magenta 4-bar (trim T) "Postage Paid" h/s & clerk's initials on window cvr w/no stamp. E $12 MIN.6
AX-295. San Jose, CA, 1907, G+ Barry & duplex (toned; crs) "Postage subsequently paid by sender at San Jose, Cal." h/s on PPC. E $15
AX-296. Great Bend, KS, 1911, G+ duplex; "Postage subsequently paid by sender" black ink ms on PPC. E $15
AX-297. Portland, OR, 1909, G+ Int'l; "Postage subsequently paid by sender." & "Held For Postage" h/s on PPC. E $14
AX-298. Topeka, KS, 1994, G+ DCDS (stamp gone) "Postage Verified at Topeka, KS 66603" h/s (part heavy inked) on #10 cvr. E $15
AX-299. Detroit, MI, 1986, G+ DCDS (stamp gone; bit uneven trim T) "Postage Verified" h/s on #10 cvr. E $14
AX-300. Ankara, Turkey, 1987, G+ machine (no stamp; crs) "Postage Verified" h/s; "On Postal Service/Section of Philately/Printed Matter" printed at L on 4.25x8.5" air cvr to U.S. E $14
AX-301. Chattanooga, TN, 1984, VG DCDS (stamp gone) "Postage Verified/Gen'l Mail Facility/Chattanooga, TN 37401" h/s on #10 cvr to Wausau, WI, & fwd to Ocala, FL. E $15
AX-302. (Long Beach, CA), (stamp gone; no origin canx; year unknown; bit trim T) "Postage Was Affixed" h/s on #10 cvr. E $14
AX-303. New York/Church St.Anx, NY, 1942, F Int'l (toned; trim R) "Rec'd in P'k'ge Box Coll./Church St.Annex" oval h/s on back of window cvr. E $15
AX-304. Troy, NY, 1902, F Int'l (no flap; nick L; part of side flap off) "Received in Bad Condition" h/s ("REC" not struck) Apollo Drill Corps cc on PSE to local address. E $14
AX-305. Stockton, CA, 1910, F Amer/B14 (notch R; tear R; crs) "Received in Bad Condition." h/s on PPC to San Francisco. E $20
AX-306. St.Louis, MO, 1897, VG Barry (water toned; part soiled; bit ruff slit T) "Received in Bad Condition/San Francisco, Cal." double-circle h/s (part lite) on cvr. E $20
AX-307. Costa Mesa, CA, 1984, VG meter; "Received in Error/Arthur Andersen & Co." private h/s on #10 cvr w/San Francisco, CA, F+ "Not Deliverable As Addressed/Unable to Forward/Return to Sender" machine at lower L. E $15
AX-308. Dothan, AL, 1991, G+ machine (o/s) "Received in Error/City of Pomona/P.O.Box 660/Pomona, CA 91769" private h/s on cvr to street address in Diamond Bar, CA. E $14
AX-309. Deutsch-Amerikanische Seepost Hamburg-New York/Deutsch=land H.A.L., 1929, G+ CDS/banner; "Received in Sea Post Service Under Cover" h/s struck at L & on back; 25pf Germany on cvr to U.S. E $20
AX-310. LaJunta/Trans Clk, CO, 1905, G+ duplex (full vert.tear, repaired w/2.5x3.5" irreg.white adhesive paper) "Received in This Condition" h/s partly covered by repair on PPC to Roxbury, MA. E $20
AX-311. Fresno, CA, 1940s, G mute oval, as transit, on 1c FDR; "Received in transit stamp uncancelled, at Fresno, Cal" h/s on PPC to Pacoima, CA. E $16
AX-312. Chicago/Air Mail, IL, 1939, F Univ. (lite tone) "Received unsealed at/University Center Sta., Cleveland, Ohio" h/s (lite) at L; 2x official seals on back; 10c +6c Prexies on air/special del.cvr. E $20
AX-313. Chicago, IL, 1936, VG meter (lite tone) "Received Unsealed/Del.Div.Chicago, Ill." h/s on back of window cvr w/brown paper tape sealing. E $14
AX-314. Grand Central Sta., NY, 1910, F Int'l (crnr crs) "Received With Package/Box Collections/N.Y.P.O.G.C.Sta.Dis" h/s on PPC. E $15 MIN.8
AX-315. San Bernardino, CA, 1913, VG+ Colum.; "Received without address at San Bernardino, Cal." h/s; "Try Avalon Cal" blue pencil ms on PPC to "Mrs M.L.Hancock," apparently a local resident who P.O.knew was on vacation. UNUSUAL. E $24
AX-316. Amarillo, TX, 1950, G+ Int'l; "Received without contents at (Amarillo)" h/s w/ms town on 3x4" cvr. E $15 MIN.8
AX-317. Hartford, CT, 2008, VG sprayer (slight ruff slit R) "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; Troop 44, BSA, Kensington cc. E $15
AX-318. Miami, FL, 2006, F sprayer; "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to "Sec'y of Energy Hazel O'Leary", 9 years after she left office; Boy Scouts of America, Troop 406, Plantation cc. E $24
AX-319. North Metro, GA, 2010, F sprayer w/"2010 Census/Mail It Back" slogan; "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; Troop 629, Atlanta Area Council, BSA, Johns Creek cc. E $16
AX-320. Bedford Park, IL, 2008, VF sprayer w/"Let Us Dare to Read, Think, Speak & Write/John Adams..." slogan; "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy. Interesting slogan & aux.combo. E $24
AX-321. Fox Valley, IL, 2006, VF sprayer w/pictorial snowman; blue & black "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; BSA Troop 41, Sugar Grove return add. E $16
AX-322. Peoria, IL, 2008, VF sprayer; "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy w/"Re:Eagle Scout" at typed lower L. E $14
AX-323. Indianapolis, IN, 2008, F sprayer w/"Let Us Dare to Read, Think, Speak & Write/John Adams..." slogan (bit ruff slit upper R) blue & black "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; Eagle Scout return add. Interesting slogan & aux.combo. E $24
AX-324. Des Moines, IA, 2006, VF sprayer; "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; Debra Apodaca, Boy Scout Troop #115, Earlham cc. E $14
AX-325. Baltimore, MD, 2006, VF sprayer; red & blue "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy. E $12 MIN.6
AX-326. Frederick, MD, 2006, VF sprayer (nicks T) weak red & blue "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; Linda L.Zittle, Committee Chair, Troop 136, Hagerstown cc. E $14
AX-327. (Taunton), MA, [2007], no origin canx (edge tear T) "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; Ass't Scoutmaster, Troop 61, Eagle Scout, Recognition Letter cc w/flying eagle. E $12 MIN.6
AX-328. Detroit, MI, 2008, G+ sprayer (upper R bit ruff slit) "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; Ass't Scout Master, Allen Park cc. E $16
AX-329. Kalamazoo, MI, 2006, G+ machine; "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; Eagle Scout, Constantine, MI, cc. E $15
AX-330. Grenada, MS, 2008, F machine (dial bit hi) "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy w/Caledonia, MS, cc. E $14
AX-331. Ballwin, MO, 2009, G+ DCDS; "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; ms "Eagle Scout" at L; Boy Scout logo on return add.label. E $14
AX-332. Mid-Missouri P & DF, MO, 2006, G+ machine; blue "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy w/Columbia, MO, cc. E $12 MIN.6
AX-333. Stockett, MT, 2009, G+ 4-bar (slight ruff upper R tip) "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; Kathleen Betts, Committee Chairman, Boy Scout Troop 7 cc. E $20
AX-334. Las Vegas, NV, 2008, F sprayer; "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy w/"Rec'd/USDA Mail Center/date/Mail Has Been Sanitized" h/s on back; Priscilla McAvoy, Boy Scout Troop #18, Henderson cc. E $30
AX-335. Kearny, NJ, 2006, VF sprayer; "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; Troop 8 BSA, Elmwood United Presbyterian Church, East Orange return add. E $20
AX-336. Kilmer P & DC, NJ, 2006, VF sprayer; "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; Troop 109 cc w/illus.US flag map & eagle. E $16
AX-337. Buffalo, NY, 2005, VF sprayer w/pictorial snowman; "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; "Eagle Scout Letters, Niagara Falls" return add. E $16
AX-338. Long Island, NY, 2008, VG sprayer; purple & blue "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; Boy Scout Troop 64, Yaphank cc. E $14
AX-339. (Niagara Falls), NY, [2005], no origin canx, but 37c flag barely tied by "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr (bit ruff slit upper R) to Sec'y of Energy; "Eagle Scout Letters" return add. E $20
AX-340. Cleveland, OH, 2006, VF machine; blue & black "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; "God Bless America!" & illus.flag on return add.label. E $14
AX-341. Erie, PA, 2006, G+ machine; blue & black "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; BSA Troop #58, Waterford return add. E $14
AX-342. Nashville, TN, 2007, VG sprayer; "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; Scoutmaster, Troop 546, Cumberland Furnace cc. E $14
AX-343. Dallas, TX, 2006, VF sprayer (crnr cr) blue & black "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; "Circle Ten Council" & Boy Scout logo on add.label. E $15
AX-344. Houston, TX, 2007, G+ sprayer; "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; Carole Roane, BSA Troop 845, Coldspring return add. E $16
AX-345. North Texas P & DC, TX, 2008, VF sprayer; "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; Troop 805, Denison, return add. E $14
AX-346. North Texas P & DC, TX, 2008, F sprayer (bit ruff slit upper R tip) BOLD "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; Troop 605, Denison return add. E $16
AX-347. Richmond, VA, 2007, F sprayer (part ruff slit upper R) "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; Scoutmaster, Troop 737, Boy Scouts of Amer.cc. E $15
AX-348. (Unknown origin), [2005], mute bars; part lite "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; adhesive address label BLACKENED by sanitization process. E $24
AX-349. Army Postal Service/APO, 2006, G+ machine (slight ruff slit upper R) "Received/Mail Sanitized" boxed h/s on #10 cvr to Sec'y of Energy; BSA Troop 19, c/o Julie McGill, Unit 30403, APO AE 09131. Overly cautious application, protecting Sec'y from Army Boy Scouts. E $40
AX-350. Omaha/Burlington Sta., NE, 1935, F Univ. (toned; crs) "Refused on acct of postage" ms at B; "Postage due 3 cents" & "Returned to Sender" pointing hand h/s; Lindley & Cahow Co.cc on #10 PSE to Clerk of Richardson Cty. E $20
AX-351. New Britain, CT, [1951], G CDS; "Refused" ms; "Returned to Writer..." pointing hand h/s (spotty); "VOID" h/s tying pair 2c dues at L; bit faulty OX39 seal on back, w/"Rec'd Unsealed at___" h/s; on window cvr, mailed unsealed & w/o stamp. E $15 MIN.8
AX-352. Springtown, PA, 1908, F Doane 2/4 (lite tone) "Refused." h/s & ms; "Unclaimed..." pointing hand h/s on cvr to Allentown, PA, & returned. E $15
AX-353. Santa Ana, CA, 1976, F machine (bit trim L) "REFUSED/This State Department/Abolished" LARGE private h/s; "Returned to Sender" pointing hand h/s on #10 cvr to Calif.Div'n of Tourism. E $20
AX-354. USPS, MI, 1989, G machine (o/s; crs; part ruff slit T) "Refused: On Acc't of Insufficient Postage" & "Returned to Sender/Postage Due (20)c" pointing hand h/s on #10 cvr to Metropolitan Life Claims, Pittsburgh, PA. E $20
AX-355. Laurel, MS, 1958, G+ Univ.; "Remember/Little Rock" 32mm diam.pictorial h/s (Nat'l Guardsman w/rifle; 2 female students) (bit o/s); Laurel Machine & Foundry Co.cc on window PSE. E $30
AX-356. Denver, CO, 1990, G+ DCDS (crs; part ruff slit T) "Return For 10c Add'l Postage/Nonstandard Surcharge" h/s on cvr. E $15
AX-357. Royal Oak, MI, 1981, G+ machine (bit trim B) "Return For Add Postage/Postage Due 10c" printed on yellow adhesive label w/rate obliterated & corrected to "12c" in ms; "Foreign Surface Rate" h/s on on label, lined thru when remailed; 18c non-denominated "B" stamp origin; 2nd "B" stamp added (overpaying); on #10 cvr to England; non-denom.stamps not permitted on int'l mail but apparently accepted here. E $20
AX-358. Iron Mountain, MI, 1990, G+ 4-bar (trim L; 3 staples in T edge) "Return For Add'l 10c Non Standard Surcharge" h/s on #10 cvr. E $14
AX-359. Royal Oak, MI, 1989, G 4-bar; "Return For Non-Standard Surcharge/To Remail Affix 10c Additional Postage" h/s partly covered when 50c add'l postage added (2x 25c), overpaying by 40c; on cvr. E $20
AX-360. Royal Oak, MI, 1990, G 4-bar (lite crs) "Return For Non-Standard Surcharge/To Remail Affix 10c Additional Postage" h/s; faulty 25c stamp added & not canxed, overpaying by 15c; on cvr. E $20
AX-361. (Sidney, OH), (no origin canx; year unknown) "Return For Postage/Remove to Re-Mail" printed on computer label & applied at upper R on cvr. E $15
AX-362. Ben Lomond, CA, 1961, partial duplex (2 staple holes B) "Return To Carrier For Redelivery" h/s; 50c +20c +pair $1 Liberty issue on 2.25x4.75" mailing tag to Salt Lake City, UT. E $24 MIN.12
AX-363. Las Vegas, NV, [1995], printed permit; "Return to Office of Original Address For Proper Treatment" h/s on Sun Trips ad PPC to Denver, CO. E $20
AX-364. Chambersburg, PA, 1954, F Univ.; "Return to sender (Cancelled her trip)" ms on 89x37mm green adhesive label w/printed "Eftersandes/ Reexpedier:" lined thru, covering address, on 10c aerogramme to passenger on S.S.Kungsholm, Gothenburg, Sweden. E $20
AX-365. Costa Mesa, CA, 1984, G+ meter; "Return to Sender" blue h/s on white computer label, covering orig.add.label; yellow computer label w/forwarding add.applied at T, but THEN COVERED by blank label (TIED by Santa Ana machine when returned to sender) & "Moved, left no address..." h/s at L on #10 cvr. Odd combo. E $20
AX-366. Costa Mesa, CA, 1984, VG meter; San Diego "Return to Sender" pointing hand slogan machine (w/top 2 lines of text mostly excised) at lower L on #10 cvr. E $20
AX-367. Toledo/Central Sta., OH, 1942, G+ duplex (part ruff T; crs) "Return to Sender, No Service Available" h/s; 30c Prexie on 4.75x5.75" cvr to Switzerland, returned 4+ months after mailed. E $24
AX-368. Toledo/Central Sta., OH, 1942, G+ duplex (tears T) "Return to Sender, No Service Available" h/s; 30c Prexie on 4.75x5.75" cvr to Switzerland, returned 4+ months after mailed. E $30
AX-369. Chicago, IL, 1942, VF Univ.; "Return to Sender./Not Passed By Censor." h/s; censor tape L; Art Inst.of Chicago cc; 2c +faulty 3c Prexie coils on #10 cvr to China. E $20
AX-370. San Francisco, CA, 1992, VG machine; "Return to Sender/(X) Fwd Exp/Insf Address..." RED printed pointing hand on computer label w/ms "X" & carrier's initials on still-sealed #10 cvr w/enc.to Overland Park, KS. E $14
AX-371. Sacramento, CA, ca.1982, G 4-bar (part ruff slit T; tape tone spots by label) "Return to Sender/7c Postage Due For Nonstandard Surcharge. Your mail piece is of a nonstandard size..." 12-line notice printed w/"7" corrected to "9" in RED ms; on 89x56mm adhesive label ("Label 100, July 1979") wrapped around B edge on #10 cvr. E $24
AX-372. Mountain View, CA, 1986, G+ machine; "Return to Sender/Concert Sold Out" large private h/s on cvr to local add.; San Francisco F "Return to Sender" pointing hand machine at L. E $16
AX-373. Daytona Beach (Sta.#1), FL, 1937, VF red DCDS as origin b/s (lite gum tone; lower L tip nib) "Return to sender/Delivery forbidden by judicial sentence." h/s; "Returned to Writer/D.D.L." pointing hand h/s on reg'd cvr to Holland, w/Hillegom Police insignia h/s. E $80
AX-374. Cleveland/Reg'y Div., OH, 1968, VG+ DCDS as origin b/s; "Return to Sender/Delivery Prevented By Enemy (Occupation) of JORDAD Territory" misspelled h/s (partial strike; partly on add.) pair 50c on reg'd cvr to Jordan. E $24 MIN.12
AX-375. Santa Ana, CA, 1984, G+ machine on Costa Mesa VG meter; "Return to Sender/Insufficient Address" pointing hand h/s; San Jose VG pointing hand "forwarding" slogan machine (w/slogan almost completely excised) at lower L on #10 cvr. E $20
AX-376. Las Vegas, NV, [1995], printed permit; "Return to Sender/No Longer Employee.../Take Off Mailing List" private h/s on Sun Trips ad PPC. E $14
AX-377. Las Vegas, NV, [1995], printed permit; "Return to Sender/Not at/Hilton Hawaiian Vill(age" private h/s on Sun Trips ad PPC to Honolulu. E $16
AX-378. Chicago/Auburn Park Sta., IL, 1941 (Nov 27), VG duplex; "Return to Sender/Service Suspended" New York, NY, Int'l machine ty.RMS-35 w/pointing hand at lower L (box partly off B edge) censor tape L; 30c transport air on cvr to Germany, returned 7 mos.after mailed. E $24 MIN.12
AX-379. Wauchula, FL, 1986, G+ machine (bit trim B) "Return: Total Postage Should Be: Surface.37 or Air.78" printed on yellow adhesive label; 14c +1c added to 22c origin postage on #10 cvr to England. E $20
AX-380. Norfolk, VA, 1951, G Univ.; "Returned By The Mayflower/Addressee Not Registered" private boxed h/s; "Returned to Sender/From Washington, D.C." pointing hand h/s on cvr w/hotel's pictorial machine as rec'd b/s. E $20
AX-381. Chicago, IL, 1944, G meter (toned) "Returned for 1/2c addtional postage/Chicago, Ill.P.O." h/s, part covered by 1/2c Prexie on "World of Plastics" PC to Canada w/reply PC detached. E $20
AX-382. Long Island, NY, 1996, partial 4-bar; "Returned For Add'l (11) Postage For Non-Standard Surcharge" h/s w/separate thick numeral h/s rate on cvr. E $15
AX-383. Prescott, AZ, 1987, G+ machine (bit trim B) "Returned For Add'l Postage (22c) Airmail/___ First Class" printed on yellow adhesive label; scribbled thru when 2nd 22c stamp applied & remailed on #10 cvr to England. E $20
AX-384. Camden, NJ, 1957, G Int'l; "Returned For Add'l Postage/(9) Cents, Mail For This Destination/Is (25) Cents Per Half Ounce." h/s on cvr to Australia; 9c added to 16c & remailed. E $14
AX-385. Springfield, IL, 1987, G+ 22c meter (bit irreg.trim B) "Returned For Add'l Postage/Air--- Surface (15)" printed on yellow adhesive computer label w/ms rate; lined thru when 15c meter stamp added & remailed; on #10 cvr to England. E $20
AX-386. Detroit, MI, 1987, partial machine (part ruff slit T) "Returned For Add'l Postage/Postage Due (29)/Total Postage Required (73)" h/s on #10 cvr w/"3rd Class Printed Matter" written at T; mailed w/44c; 44c added, overpaying. E $15
AX-387. (Pittsburgh, PA), [1965], (no origin canx, as intended w/"precanx" design) "Returned for additional... postage/Foreign post cards 7c" h/s MISAPPLIED & heavily lined thru in red pencil on 4c Lincoln GPC to Berkeley, CA. E $14
AX-388. Midland, TX, 1979, G+ machine (trim T; cr) "Returned for Carrier Endorsement" h/s; "not at Bank" ms note on cvr to employee at Ft.Worth (TX) Nat'l Bank. E $20
AX-389. Las Vegas, NV, [1995], printed permit; "Returned for Carrier Endorsement" h/s; "Refused/Not at This Address RTS" ms note on Sun Trips ad PPC to San Rafael, CA. E $16
AX-390. Springfield, IL, 1989, G+ machine (bit trim T, barely in stamp) "Returned for Postage" h/s completely covered by BLANK yellow computer label (after stamp applied), tied by 4-bar canx; on #10 cvr. Unusual use of label. E $14
AX-391. Little Rock, AR, 1943, G+ Univ. (trim R) "Returned for postage" h/s w/gap for rate; penciled thru because soldier's ms "Free" frank applied; Camp Jos.T.Robinson return add. on cvr. E $15
AX-392. Oakland, CA, 1941, G+ duplex; "Returned for postage/Total postage required." h/s on air cvr. E $20
AX-393. Listonburg, PA, 1921, G 4-bar; "Returned from Cincinnati, Ohio/date/No Such Office in State Named." h/s (part o/s) on GPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-394. Eidsberg, Norway, 1918, G+ DCDS; "Returned to Carrier"; "Advise correspondents..."; & "Delivery (delayed) on account..." h/s on PPC. E $15 MIN.8
AX-395. Seattle, WA, [1941], printed precanx (bit cr) "Returned to Sender from Chicago, Ill. Postage Due 1 1/2 Cents" h/s; "Not there M3631" h/s on 1c PSE to Chicago & returned. E $20
AX-396. San Francisco, CA, 1931, G+ Int'l (ruff R; part lite tone) "Returned to Sender/date/Do Not Post Again This Envelope or Wrapper" boxed h/s on air cvr to N.Y.City & returned. E $14
AX-397. Hud.Term.Sta., NY, 1925, F Int'l (lite tone) "Returned to Sender/date/Do Not Post Again This Envelope or Wrapper" boxed h/s; "N.R.D...Sta.W" h/s; on PSE w/enc.to N.Y.City. E $14
AX-398. San Francisco, CA, 1995, G+ machine (crs) "Returned to Sender/Delivery Attempted/Not Known/Christiansted, V.I.00820" pointing hand h/s on GPC prepared by collector, to St.Croix, VI, after Hurricane Marilyn. E $15
AX-399. Manila, PI, 1921, G+ duplex; "Returned to Sender/For Postage Due" & "Postage Due 2 Centavos" h/s, both lined thru & o/s by 2x "Postage Subsequently Paid" h/s; DeLaSalle College cc on cvr to U.S. E $20
AX-400. Minneapolis, MN, ca.1945, F Univ.w/dateless dial (2" tear B; crs) "Returned to Sender/From Baton Rouge, La./Postmaster collect 1 1/2 cent for return postage" pointing hand h/s on 1.5c #10 PSE w/Whitewater, WI, fwd address applied, but not forwarded. E $15 MIN.8
AX-401. Toledo (Central Sta.), OH, 1923, G+ DCDS as origin b/s; "Returned to Sender/From Toledo, Ohio/Reason (Left Rte. No order)" h/s w/RED ms reason on reg'd cvr. E $15 MIN.8
AX-402. Toledo (Central Sta.), OH, 1922, G+ DCDS as origin b/s; "Returned to Sender/From Toledo, Ohio/Reason (Left Rte/not found)" h/s w/RED ms reason on reg'd cvr. E $15 MIN.8
AX-403. Toledo (Central Sta.), OH, 1922, G+ DCDS as origin b/s; "Returned to Sender/From Toledo, Ohio/Reason (No such #/Not found)" h/s w/RED ms reason on reg'd cvr. E $15 MIN.8
AX-404. Toledo (Central Sta.), OH, 1922, G+ DCDS as origin b/s; "Returned to Sender/From Toledo, Ohio/Reason (Not at Not found)" h/s w/RED ms reason; "Not at/Unknown" ms at L; pawn broker cc on reg'd cvr. E $15 MIN.8
AX-405. Toledo (Central Sta.), OH, 1921, G+ DCDS as origin b/s; "Returned to Sender/From Toledo, Ohio/Reason (Not found)" h/s w/RED ms reason; "No such #" ms at L; pawn broker cc on reg'd cvr. E $15 MIN.8
AX-406. Toledo (Central Sta.), OH, 1921, F DCDS as origin b/s; "Returned to Sender/From Toledo, Ohio/Reason (Unclaimed)" h/s w/RED ms reason on reg'd cvr. E $15 MIN.8
AX-407. Las Vegas, NV, [1995], printed permit; "Returned to Sender/Insufficient Address/Needs Street & Number And/Or Apt.No., Or For a Business Building, Address Must Include Suite Number" pointing hand h/s on Sun Trips ad PPC to San Francisco. E $16
AX-408. Seattle, WA, ca.1940, printed precanx (bit cr) "Returned to Sender/Postage Due 1 1/2 Cents/Unclaimed/From Washington, D.C." pointing hand h/s & "Not At" h/s on 1c PSE to Wash., DC & returned. E $20
AX-409. Minneapolis, MN, ca.1945, VF Univ.w/dateless dial (crs) "Returned to Sender/Postage Guaranteed Collect/Postage due 1 1/2 cents" pointing hand h/s applied at Syracuse, NY, on 1.5c #10 PSE. E $20
AX-410. Rochester, NY, 1967, partial machine; "Returned to Sender/Received from country of Address and returned by Dead Letter Br, Wash.(18?), D.C./date" pointing hand h/s w/ms "deceased" at L; Washington, DC/Dead Letter Unit G+ CDS as b/s on cvr w/enc.to South Africa. E $24
AX-411. Minneapolis, MN, 1942, F Univ. (tear T; lite crs) "Returned to Sender/Removed/Left No Address/New York, New York" pointing hand h/s; "Do no use this envelope or wrapper again." h/s on #10 cvr. E $14
AX-412. Las Vegas, NV, [1995], printed permit; "Returned to Sender/RR #7/This Address Is Not Currently Serviced for Street Delivery" pointing hand h/s on Sun Trips ad PPC to Truckee, CA. E $24
AX-413. Oceanside, CA, 1942, VG Int'l w/dateless dial (lite tone; crnr crs) "Returned to Sender/Service Suspended" h/s; censor's circled h/s; Rosicrucian Fellowship cc; 1.5c Prexie on cvr to FRANCE. E $24 MIN.12
AX-414. Glendale, CA, 1941 (Dec 8), F Univ.; "Returned to Sender/Service Suspended." h/s; 50c clipper air on cvr to Manila, PI, mailed 1 day after Pearl Harbor attack. E $60
AX-415. Las Vegas, NV, [1995], printed permit; "Returned to Sender/Sorry... Addressee Not Listed on P.O.Box" pointing hand h/s on Sun Trips ad PPC to Campbell, CA. E $15
AX-416. Las Vegas, NV, [1995], printed permit; "Returned to Sender/Unknown at This PO Box/Name Is Not on Box Application" pointing hand h/s on Sun Trips ad PPC to Denver. E $20
AX-417. Postage/Paid, 1945, VF CDS; "Returned to United States/Attention: Port Postal Officer/Port of Embarkation Army Post Office/New York, N.Y." h/s; War Dept.cc on penalty window cvr. E $15 MIN.8
AX-418. Postage/Paid, 1945, VF CDS; "Returned to United States/c/o Port Postal Officer/New York, New York" h/s; War Dept.cc on penalty window cvr. E $15 MIN.8
AX-419. Ingwiller, France, 1919, G+ CDS; "Returned to USA." & "Forward/U.S.Address/CPO" h/s; 5x 2c (1 faulty) on PPC to APO 717. E $20
AX-420. Watsonville, CA, 1919, G+ Amer/B14; "Returned to Writer/El Centro, Cal." large pointing hand & "Unclaimed" h/s on PSE. E $14
AX-421. Chatsworth, CA, 1963, VG Univ.; "Returned to Writer/From Millvale Br./Pittsburgh, Pa.15209/Postage Due (8)" h/s w/ms rate on cvr. E $20
AX-422. Waterville, ME, 1940, G+ Univ. (ruff L; toned) "Returned to Writer/Reason For Non-Delivery Checked... Deceased..." boxed h/s on #10 cvr. E $14
AX-423. Silver City, ID, 1910, G+ duplex (trim R) "Returned to Writer/Unclaimed from Butte, Mont..." pointing hand h/s on cvr w/enc. E $12 MIN.6
AX-424. Tucson, AZ, 1914, G+ Amer/B14 (trim R) "Returned to Writer/Unclaimed From Tucson, Ariz." integrated pointing hand & "Name not in City Directory" h/s; Univ.of Ariz.cc on cvr. E $16
AX-425. Portland, OR, 1937, F Univ.; "Returned to Writer/Unclaimed From/Walla Walla, Wash." pointing hand h/s w/date on cuff; Univ.of Portland Alumni Ass'n cc on #10 cvr. E $12 MIN.6
AX-426. Portland, OR, 1936, F Univ.; "Returned to Writer/Unclaimed/From/Butte, Mont./P.O." pointing hand h/s w/date on cuff; Univ.of Portland Alumni Ass'n cc on #10 cvr. E $12 MIN.6
AX-427. Tacoma, WA, 1930, VF Univ.(tip crs) "Returned to Writer/Unclaimed/Letters of Local Origin Not Given Directory Service" pointing hand h/s (o/s) R.L.Polk request for info from addressee for City Directory on message GPC to local address, then apparently fwd to Idaho Falls, ID, despite auxiliary marking; reply card removed for response. SCARCE marking & usage. E $40
AX-428. New Brunswick, NJ, 1941 (Dec 2), F Univ.; "Returned/To Sender/By Censor" printed on 25x50mm label; censor tape L; on cvr to Netherlands; New York, NY, F Int'l w/boxed "Returned to Sender/Service Suspended" & pointing hand at lower L, 7+ mos.after mailed. E $30
AX-429. "San Francisco, Calif./Held For Postage" G+ DCDS (Jun 15, 1938) struck on stamp box; 2nd strike (Jul 1) in message area on PPC; postage not supplied. E $15
AX-430. Santa Cruz, CA, 1905, VG duplex (tip crs; lower R tip ruff) "Santa Cruz, Cal./Matter For Which You Sent Postage" h/s on PPC. E $15
AX-431. Redlands, CA, 1956, G+ purple DCDS as origin b/s (staple holes) "Second Notice. No Reply To First Notice Mailed..."; "Return Receipt Requested Showing Address Where Delivered."; & "Returned to Sender..." pointing hand h/s on reg'd PSE to Yucaipa, CA. E $20
AX-432. St.Joseph, MO, 1902, G+ Int'l (ruff L) "Sent notice of detention." dated h/s on cvr w/enc. E $12 MIN.6
AX-433. USPS, MN, 1975, G machine (o/s) "Service Temporarily Suspended-Return to Sender" h/s, lined thru, on cvr to Canada. E $14
AX-434. Salt Lake City/Guthrie Sta., UT, 1935, G+ duplex (lite tone) "Shortage in Postage Paid By Chamber of Commerce/Salt Lake City, Utah" h/s on PPC w/rivet at L where salt bag was attached. E $15
AX-435. Rosebank, NY, 1909, G+ 4-bar (tip crs) "South Beach/P.M./P.O.-S.I." private circled h/s above message on PPC: "Helter Skelter, Happyland Park, South Beach". E $15 MIN.8
AX-436. Rock Island, IL, ca.1987, G CDS (multi-crs; part ruff T; tears) "Stamp Destroyed By Mail Processing Equipment." boxed h/s; "Damaged in Handling in the Postal Service" h/s on water damaged cvr. E $15 MIN.8
AX-437. USPS, MI, 1985, G+ machine (bit trim T) "Stamp Is Void When Coated, Covered, Defaced or Re-Used" printed on yellow adhesive label; "Returned for Postage" h/s; 20c origin stamp on piece, taped on window cvr; 2nd 20c applied & remailed. E $20
AX-438. San Julian, Mexico, partial DCDS (year unknown; stamp gone; lite tone; lite crs) "Stamps Detached/Los Angeles Calif.P.O./Before Rec't" circled h/s on cvr. E $20
AX-439. Salinas, CA, 1978, VG+ machine (bit trim T) "Stamps L(ost) Off Mai(l)/PSM 1.46.4(1)" h/s, partly covered by 13c stamp when applied; "Returned For Postage" h/s below, lined thru; on 3.75x7.5" window cvr. E $20
AX-440. (Kansas City, KS), (stamp gone; no origin canx; year unknown) "Stamps Lost in the Postal Service/Postage O.K." on #10 cvr. E $15
AX-441. Industry, CA, 1997, F machine (bit ruff slit T) "State Prison" h/s at L; ms "Correspondence Approval Enclosed" at B on #10 cvr to prisoner at Calipatria, CA. E $20
AX-442. Los Angeles, CA, 1949, G+ Univ.; "Subject to Letter Postage" & "Returned for 2 Cents Add'l Postage" h/s; 3x 1c Prexie on PPC, apparently charged letter rate for return add.written at upper R, now mostly covered by stamps. E $20
AX-443. Philadelphia, PA, 1905, G Amer; "Subject to Letter Rates/(Foreign Sta.,N.Y.)" magenta h/s; "T/Centimes 15 N.Y." opera glass h/s; faulty 2c on LEATHER PPC to AUSTRIA. E $20
AX-444. Cascade, CO, 1953, VF 4-bar; "Summit of Pike's Peak/Altitude/14,110 Feet" VF private CDS as "origin" at L on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-445. Cascade, CO, 1953, G+ 4-bar; "Summit of Pike's Peak/Elevation 14,110 Ft." VF private CDS as "origin" at L on PPC w/"Missent to Washington, Ill". E $14
AX-446. Cleveland/Brocklyn Sta., OH, 1945, VG Univ. (dial bit hi; R tip slit) "Take Out" & "Not in Directory" h/s; patriotic illus.(Tojo & bomb) on commer.cvr to Redding, CA. E $14
AX-447. Belgrade, Serbia, 1910, G CDS; "Telegraph Office/Stockton" private routing h/s on PPC to S(outhern) P(acific) Co.engineer. E $20
AX-448. Washington, DC, 1956, G+ Univ. (cr; bit lite tone) "This article originally mailed in coutry indicated by postage" h/s; 50s +bit faulty 25s Indonesia on PPC. E $15 MIN.8
AX-449. Washington, DC, 1954, G+ Int'l (cr; tear T; lite tone) "This article originally mailed in the country indicated by postage" h/s; Foreign Service of the U.S.A.printed cc; Amer.Consulate Gen'l, Sao Paulo, Brazil, h/s cc (part spotty); 1cr Brazil on #10 cvr. E $20
AX-450. Washington, DC, 1953, G+ Int'l (bit ruff slit T; crnr crs) "This article originally mailed in the country indicated by postage" h/s; Foreign Service of the U.S.A.printed cc; Amer.Consulate Gen'l, Sao Paulo, Brazil, h/s cc; 60c Brazil on #10 cvr. E $20
AX-451. Washington, DC, 1953, VF duplex (lite crs) "This article originally mailed in the country indicated by postage" h/s; Foreign Service of the U.S.A.printed cc; Amer.Consulate Gen'l, Sao Paulo, Brazil, h/s cc; strip/3x 20c Brazil on #10 cvr. E $20
AX-452. Portland, OR, 1944, VG Univ. (edge tears T) "This Envelope For Air Mail Only, Air Rates Apply." boxed h/s (few letters WEAK); smear at lower R suggests 1 or 2 words excised; 3c Win on cvr w/"Via Air Mail" lined thru, but blue & red border. E $15
AX-453. USPS, CA, 1972, F machine; "This Envelope For Air Mail Use Only" & "Postage Due 3 Cents" h/s; Sacramento return add.; 8c stamp on cvr w/air mail border to local address, w/printed "AIR" lined thru & "Regular" written above. E $15
AX-454. Huron, SD, 1946, G+ Univ.; "This envelope to be used for air mail only" h/s on cvr w/printed "Air Mail" wording obliterated ink, but characteristic diamond border required air rate; orig.mailed w/3c stamp, but 3 more 3c added (1 covering original) & remailed. E $24 MIN.12
AX-455. Helper, UT, 1911, G+ duplex; "This is Mail for which Postage was sent." HANDWRITTEN at upper L on PPC. E $20
AX-456. San Jose, CA, 1910, G+ Amer/A14 (o/s; lite tone) "This is the article for which post-/age was sent to San Jose, Cal" h/s on PPC. E $15
AX-457. San Jose, CA, 1913, G PPIE slogan flag (o/s; bit lite tone) "This is the article for which post-/age was sent to San Jose, Cal" h/s; 2x 1c Balboa on PPC; add'l 1c required for felt pennant applique on pix side. E $15
AX-458. Seattle, WA, 1905, G+ Int'l (o/s; lite tone) "This is the Article for which you sent postage." h/s on PPC to Morrell, TX, & fwd to Wheaton, IL. E $12 MIN.6
AX-459. Buffalo, NY, 1908, G+ Int'l (toned) "This is the article for which you sent postage/Postmaster, Buffalo, NY" h/s (bit heavy inked) on PPC. E $14
AX-460. San Diego, CA, 1906, G+ Amer/B14; "This is the letter for which you sent postage." h/s on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-461. Salt Lake City, UT, 1909, partial duplex (toned) "This Is the letter you sent stamps for" h/s on PPC. E $15
AX-462. Saint Augustine, FL, 1906, G+ duplex (o/s; lite tone) "This is the letter, package for which postage was required." h/s on PPC. E $15
AX-463. Omaha, NE, 1906, G+ Int'l (o/s; toned; 3 edges bit uneven trim; crnr crs) "This is the mail (letter) (package) for which you sent postage." h/s (o/s by recd can) on PPC. E $14
AX-464. Pittsburg, PA, 1909, VG Int'l; "This is the mail for which postage was requested. Pittsburg, Pa." 2-line h/s on PPC. E $15
AX-465. Pittsburgh, PA, 1913, VG Int'l (crs) "This is the mail for which postage was requested. Pittsburgh, Pa." 2-line h/s on PPC. E $15
AX-466. Pittsburg, PA, 1905, G+ duplex (lite tone) "This is the mail for which postage was requested./Pittsburg, Pa." 3-line h/s on PPC. E $15
AX-467. San Diego, CA, 1915, G PCIE slogan (o/s; toned) "This is the mail for which you sent (2) cents Postage to San Diego, Cal." h/s; 2c Wash.overpaying rate on PPC. E $15
AX-468. Columbus, OH, 1907, F Int'l (piece out R edge; tear R; crs) "This is the mail for which you sent Postage to Columbus, Ohio." h/s on PPC. E $14
AX-469. Fresno, CA, 1911 (Dec 25), G+ PPIE slogan; "This is the Mail for which you sent postage to Fresno, Cal" magenta h/s on PPC. E $15
AX-470. Fresno, CA, 1912, G+ PPIE slogan (o/s; lite tone; B tips clip) "This is the Mail for which you sent postage to Fresno, Cal" purple h/s on PPC. E $14
AX-471. Holyoke, MA, 1909, G+ Amer/B14 (lite tone) "This is the Mail for which you sent Postage to Holyoke, Mass." h/s on PPC. E $14
AX-472. St.Louis, MO, 1942, VG Int'l; "This is the Mail For Which You Sent Postage" h/s & St.Louis, MO/Postage Due Sec. G+ DCDS on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-473. Wilmington, NY, 1948, G duplex (toned; crnr crs) "This is the Mail For Which You Sent Postage" h/s; 1c Prexie on PPC, w/3c Canada attempted as origin postage. E $14
AX-474. San Francisco, CA, 1916, G Int'l; "This is the Mail For Which You Sent Postage" h/s; 2x 1c Wash.(1 faulty) on PPC; add'l 1c for message into address area, despite sender's hand drawn dividing line, 1/4" to R of printed line. E $15
AX-475. Los Angeles, CA, 1908, G+ Int'l (uneven toned; tip cr) "This is the MAIL for which you sent postage" h/s; tiny "Mail" w/words exised above & below, probably "Letter" & "Package"; on PPC. E $15
AX-476. San Francisco, CA, 1908, VG duplex (lite tone; crnr crs) "This is the Mail for which you sent postage." h/s; 2x 1c Sc.300 on PPC; add'l 1c required because address at L, message at R. E $14
AX-477. Altameda, CA, 1908, G Int'l (o/s; lite tone; edge tear T) "This is the MAIL for which you sent postage." h/s; tiny "Mail" w/2 words exised below, probably "Letter" & "Package"; on PPC. E $15
AX-478. New Haven, CT, 1906, VG Int'l (lite tone) "This is the Mail For Which You Sent Stamps" h/s on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-479. Edgerton, WI, 1909, VG duplex; "This is the Mail You Sent Postage For." h/s on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-480. Utica, NY, 1907, F duplex; "This is the mail you sent stamps for." h/s on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
AX-481. Atlantic City, NJ, 1906, G Int'l (o/s; toned) "This is the Mail/Letter/Package for which you sent postage." h/s on PPC. E $14
AX-482. Lincoln, NE, 1906, partial duplex (toned; crs) misapplied "This is the PACKAGE For Which You Sent Postage" & "Held For Postage" w/small solid pointing hand h/s on PPC. E $15
AX-483. Albuquerque, NM, 1904, VF duplex; "This is the ___ for which you sent postage." h/s w/words omitted or excised; on PPC. E $20
AX-484. South Bend, IN, 1911, G Int'l (o/s) "This is the {Letter/Paper/Package} for whi(ch) you sent postage." h/s (couple letters off B edge) on PPC. E $15
AX-485. Al Tahoe, CA, 1923, partial 4-bar (origin & due stamps gone, mostly removing canxes; AS IS for that; crs) "This Postcard was posted insufficiently/prepaid. Please advise your correspon-/dent that the rate of postage on post-cards/to country of address is 2 cents each./Post Office, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A." h/s w/2 diff."postcard" spellings on PPC to England & fwd. E $20
AX-486. Washington, DC, 1918, G+ Int'l (heavy vert.cr; tiny tear T) "Thrive by Thrift/Buy War Savings Stamps." boxed h/s; War Dept.cc on #10 window penalty cvr. E $20
AX-487. Buffalo, NY, 1912, VG Int'l (lite tone) "To avoid delay in delivery, have your mail addressed to R:D No.__" h/s w/unusual punctuation on PPC to Bath, NY. E $14
AX-488. Kansas City, KS, 1912, F Time-Cmns; "To insure prompt delivery have mail addressed to your box." h/s (part spotty) on PPC to Tonopah, NV. E $14
AX-489. Vienna, Austria, 1927, G DCDS (crs) "U.S.Charge to Collect/3 Cents" h/s; 1c +faulty 2c postage dues w/Los Angeles, CA, precanx on PPC to U.S. E $15
AX-490. Stockholm, Sweden, 1941, VG repeater; "U.S.Postage, charge/to collect 5 cents/San Pedro, Calif." h/s; 5c due stamp tied by Chicago, IL, mute oval on 5x6" cvr. E $20
AX-491. Lexington, MI, 1935, G+ duplex; "U.S.Savings Bonds on sale at Post Offices" h/s on PPC to Pontiac, MI. E $12 MIN.6
AX-492. Santa Ana, CA, 1940s, VF dateless DCDS tying 5c +1c postage dues (trim L about 3/8", in cc) "U.S.Stamps Not Available" h/s ("LE" covered by censor tape): "Postage Due (6) Cents" h/s; Chief Engineer, SS Andrew T. Huntington, American President Lines typed cc on air cvr. E $100
AX-493. Boston/So.Boston Sta., MA, 1900, VG Amer/B38 (edge tear T; pinholes) "Unclaimed" h/s & "Return to Writer" pointing hand h/s, both struck twice on cvr to Saugatuck, MI. E $12 MIN.6
AX-494. Rock Island, IL, 1962, F Univ.; "Unclaimed"; "NOT R.R.#1"; & "Moline, Ill." h/s on #10 cvr w/Moline "Return to Writer" Univ.machine at lower L. E $12 MIN.6
AX-495. Benson, NE, 1907, G CDS/cork (ruff slit T, just in dial; tear T; lite tone) "Unclaimed. Advertised./date/Kansas City, Mo." h/s on cvr w/enc. E $20
AX-496. San Francisco, CA, 1912, F PPIE slogan; "Unclaimed/Bishop, Cal." & "Advertised" h/s on PPC. E $20
AX-497. Fond du Lac, WI, ca.1930, printed precanx (lite tone) "Unclaimed/Returned to Sender/From Columbus, Ohio/As per Sender s Pledge/See Sec.614, P.L. & R./Due Cents" & separate "Postage Due 1 1/2 cents" h/s on unsealed 1c PSE to Columbus & returned to Parish Press, Ft.Wayne, IN. E $20 MIN.10
AX-498. Dallas, TX, 1972, G+ machine (vert.cr) "Unclaimed/Sheraton Cleveland Hotel/Cleveland, Ohio" large private h/s; "Returned to Sender/From Cleveland, Ohio/No.202" pointing hand h/s on #10 air cvr. E $15
AX-499. Leningrad, Russia, 1959, F DCDS (tears T; part toned) "Undeliverable During Delivery Hours/Notice Left..." h/s (1st word spotty; part on stamp); "First Notice" h/s on reg'd cvr to N.Y.City. E $20
AX-500. Las Vegas, NV, [1995], printed permit (tip cr) "Undeliverable. Commercial Mail Receiving Agency. No Authorization to Receive Mail for This Addressee." green h/s; "Returned to Sender..." pointing hand h/s on Sun Trips ad PPC to Kihei, HI. E $15
AX-501. Las Vegas, NV, [1995], printed permit "Undeliverable. Commercial Mail Receiving Agency. No Authorization to Receive Mail for This Addressee." green h/s; "Returned to Sender..." pointing hand h/s on Sun Trips ad PPC to Lahaina, HI. E $15
AX-502. Greenville, OH, 1909, G+ Int'l (lite tone) "Unknown, Name of addressee does not appear in city directory." h/s on PPC to Bangor, ME. E $20
AX-503. Hay Springs, NE, 1908, partial 4-bar (heavy crs; upper R crnr short, in stamp tip) "Unmailable without cover" ms note by stamp on GLITTER PPC. E $20
AX-504. Lot 26), "Unmailable" h/s; many diff.types & colors, 1907-16, mostly '07 (few faults; 2 w/stamps removed) on GLITTER PPCs. E $220 MIN.110
AX-505. Holland, MI, 1934, VG Univ. (lite tone) "Unmailable" h/s on GLITTER PPC to local add. LATE for this. E $20
AX-506. Schwyz, Switzerland, 1908, G+ DCDS (toned; crs) "Unmailable" h/s (part o/s by thick blue pencil line on address); "Rebuts" h/s on PPC w/thin glitter lines on pix side (much which flaked off) to San Francisco, CA, & returned on arrival. E $20
AX-507. Piqua, OH, 1910, G+ Colum. (lite tone) "Unmailable" h/s apparently misapplied on embossed PPC w/shiny gold trim, maybe misinterpreted as glitter. E $24
AX-508. Longbeach, CA, 1908, G+ Amer/B14 (lite tone) "Unmailable" h/s, overlap by "Returned to Writer/Unclaimed from Longbeach, Cal." pointing hand h/s (part heavy inked) on GLITTER PPC. E $20
AX-509. Windom, MN, 1909, partial duplex (bit tone) "Unmailable" handwritten by address on GLITTER PPC. E $15 MIN.8
AX-510. Chicago, Ill/Mad.St., ca.1906, partial duplex (lite tone; tiny tear T) "Unmailable,/Foreign Section 1." h/s (lower R spotty) on glitter PPC add.to Calgary, AB, Canada. E $24
AX-511. North Springfield, PA, 1914, G duplex (dial hi; tear L; 2" tear T, in message; crs) "Unmailable." h/s on glitter PPC. E $15
AX-512. New York, NY, 1908, partial duplex (crs) "UNMAILABLE." h/s used as CENSORSHIP marking on comic PPC w/"Electricity Gone-No Current" caption (man & woman w/disheveled hair getting dressed in bedroom). RARE use of this marking, normally seen on "glitter" cards. E $100
AX-513. Mission, TX, 1952, VG Int'l; "US Air Mail" black pictorial wings h/s; 3c Prexie coil pair on cvr to APO 971. E $15
AX-514. Pasadena, CA, 1937, VG Univ. (cr) "US Air Mail" pictorial winged shield h/s (o/s by canx); 2nd strike on flap on cvr. E $14
AX-515. Chicago, IL, 1922, VF Univ.; "US Air Mail" purple pictorial wings h/s; 1c Wash. on PPC to N.Y.City. E $20
AX-516. New York, NY, 1949, G+ 6c meter (trim R; lite tone; lite crs) "US Air Mail" red pictorial wings h/s on cvr to APO 235. E $15
AX-517. Chi & Co.Bluffs, 1907, G+ 694-AB-1 ("RPO" not struck) "Vacant" ms on PPC to Ypsilanti, MI. E $14
AX-518. Glendale, CA, 1943, G+ Univ. (crs) blue pencil "VOID" & arrow pointing to previously used France stamp, cut from cover & taped on here; "Address incomplete. Delayed for directory service. Searcher No.7" h/s; ms "Not here" on PPC. E $20
AX-519. Hayward, CA, 1971, G+ machine; "VOIDED" h/s on Castro Valley, CA, 3c postage due meter stamp applied at lower L; 8c Einstein origin on cvr w/printed "Via Air Mail" obliterated, but add'l postage required for distinctive blue & red diamond border. E $20
AX-520. Redwood City/P.O.Anx, CA, 1962, G DCSD (lite tone) & "VOIDED" tying 3c due stamp on PPC w/Maywood, IL, VG machine origin, mailed w/o stamp. E $15 MIN.8
AX-521. Newton Lower Falls, MA, 1924, G duplex (lite tone) "Wellesley, Mass., R.F.D." h/s as routing instruction on PPC. E $15
AX-522. Leeds, Great Britain, 1938, F machine; "You owe me 32c postage due. Postman" ms w/hand-drawn box; "Postage Due (32) Cents/Chicago, Ill.For.Sec.3" h/s & "T/96c" circled ms due markings on air cvr. E $20
AX-523. Dimondale, MI, 1939, G duplex; "Your correct address is Route (1) Box (267)/August, Michigan" h/s on PPC. E $14

EXPOSITIONS (NOTE: Bomar #'s are from the 3rd EDITION catalog) / Do you need "Postmarks of U.S.Expositions"? We have it!
EX-1. Centennial/Phila'da, PA, [1876], partial P76-01 (lite tone specks) on bit trimmed 3c green Centenn'l PSE FRONT ONLY w/TYPEWRITTEN address. AS IS for faults, but NICE combo. E $24
EX-2. Centennial/Phila'da, PA, [1876], G+ P76-02 (near VG+) on 3c green Cent'l PSE w/TYPEWRITTEN ADDRESS. E $400 MIN.200
EX-3. Sta.B/Philadelphia, PA, [1876], partial CDS/cork (part ruff trim R; L tips nib; lite tone) Grand Exposition Hotel illus.ad on cvr. E $24 MIN.12
EX-4. Cincinnati, OH, 1888, G duplex (trim R, just in "C" of back ad; slit L) Centennial Exposition of the Ohio Valley & Central States overall illus.back ad; Zopf & Potts Comm'n Merchants cc printed on shiny gold tablet (overprinting orig.Music Festival Assn.cc) on cvr w/letterhead enc. E $90 MIN.46
EX-5. Atlanta Exposit'n/RPO, 1895, VG A95-01 on 1.25x2.5" irreg.cut PIECE ONLY. E $15
EX-6. World's Fair Sta./Chicago, IL, [1893] (Dec 13), G+ C93-02 (killer, year & part of R arc off R) on GPC Sc.UX11. E $20 MIN.10
EX-7. World's Fair Station/Chicago, IL, 1893, G C93-02 (T arc not struck; crs; bit lite tone) on Expo GPC (Admin Bldg). E $15
EX-8. World's Fair Station (Chicago, IL), 1893, VG+ C93-11A (inverted strike at B; part toned) on GPC. E $15
EX-9. World's Fair Station (Chicago, IL), 1893, F C93-11A (lite tone; tiny tear T) on unadd.2c Colum.PSE. E $15
EX-10. World's Fair Station/Chicago (IL), 1893, G+ C93-12A (crs; lite tone) on Expo GPC (Fisheries Bldg). E $14
EX-11. (San Francisco), CA, ca.1893, cork only; "World's Fair Notes" at upper L; "From California World's Fair Commission, Flood Bldg, San Fran., Cal." (for Columbian Expo) at lower L on 1c PSE. E $24
EX-12. Chicago, IL, 1889, G+ duplex (part on stamp; trim R) "1892 World's Exposition Chicago" 24mm diam. red "sunburst" label at lower L (1 tip missing at B, barely into text, "touched up" w/spot from red marking pen); not tied, but apparently belongs; on PSE w/Chandler & Co.cc. EARLY Columbian Expo ad. E $24
EX-13. Chicago, IL, 1890, VG duplex (trim R; tears, 1 well into address; soiled) on pink cvr w/long enc., partly re.Columbian Expo: "there would be good money in a bording house during the World's Fair..." & "the question (of) keeping the Fair open Sundays..." E $15
EX-14. Chicago, IL, [1893], partial duplex (rubber band tone line & thins thru add.) 2c Colum. on bit trim FRONT ONLY, to "Superintendent, Shoe & Leather Div'n, Leather Exhibit, Jackson Park, City" (at Columbian Expo). E $14
EX-15. Evanston, IL, 1889, VG duplex (upper L tip nick; pen notes L, into Chas.A.Wightman cc) "1892 World's Exposition Chicago" red "sunburst" design on 26x26mm perforated label; not tied, but apparently belongs; on cvr. E $40
EX-16. Chicago/C.G., IL, [1893], G duplex; 2c Colum. on black-border MOURNING cvr FRONT ONLY, to "Leather & Shoe Bldg, Jackson Park, City" (exhibit at Columbian Expo). E $15
EX-17. "World's Columbian Exposition, Exhibit by the U.S.Dept.Of Agriculture./Official Business./Penalty for private use Three Hundred Dollars." printed header, [1893], w/ms address below & "106" in upper R crnr on 3.25x5" ADDRESS LABEL ONLY ONLY (lower L crnr torn away; toned; bit cr). E $24
EX-18. Milwaukee, WI, 1898, G Barry (bit trim T & R, but not in design; upper R tip nib; edge tear T) "Wisconsin State Semi-Cent'l Celebration" overall illus.ad (blue angel, lakefront & parade) John Pritzlaff Hardware Co.at L on cvr. E $40 MIN.20
EX-19. Philadelphia, PA, 1899 (Nov 18), F P99-05 Nat'l Export Expo slogan (LKU) on PSE. E $75 MIN.38
EX-20. Lot 4) Philadelphia, PA, 1899, G+ P99-05 Nat'l Export Expo slogan on 1.75x3.75" PIECES ONLY. E $20 MIN.10
EX-21. Lot 25+) Philadelphia, PA, 1899, VF-G+ P99-06 Nat'l Export Expo slogan (varied condition) many diff.ad cc's on cvrs (1 GPC). E $250 MIN.130
EX-22. Philadelphia, PA, [1899], G+ P99-08 Nat'l Export Expo slogan w/dateless dial (small tone spot B edge) Thos.Roberts & Co.cc on 1c PSE. E $55
EX-23. Lot 18) Philadelphia, PA, 1899, VF-G+ P99-09 Nat'l Export Expo slogan flags, machines #1-11; nearly all on cvr FRONTS ONLY; some full cvrs. MIN.$24
EX-24. Philadelphia, PA, 1899, VG P99-09-02 Nat'l Export Expo slogan flag #2 (part ruff trim L; edge tears) on cvr. E $15 MIN.8
EX-25. Philadelphia/Sta.B, PA, 1899, G+ P99-10-B1 Nat'l Export Expo slogan flag w/dateless dial; Historical Soc'y of Penna cc on PSE. E $40
EX-26. Philadelphia/Sta.A, PA, 1899, G+ P99-10A2 Nat'l Export Expo slogan flag (o/s) on GPC. E $15
EX-27. Philadelphia/Sta.F, PA, 1899, VG P99-10F Nat'l Export Expo slogan flag (EKU; ruff L, in cc) on FRONT ONLY. E $12 MIN.6
EX-28. Buffalo/Pan-American Sta., NY, 1901, VG B01-07A; 1c Pan-Am on 1c Colum.PSE. E $15
EX-29. Buffalo/Pan-American Sta., NY, 1901, G+ B01-07A; 1c Pan-Am on Expo priv.mailing card. E $15 MIN.8
EX-30. Buffalo/Pan-American Sta., NY, 1901, G+ B01-07A; 1c Pan-Am (bit cr) on Expo priv.mailing card. E $12 MIN.6
EX-31. Buffalo/Pan-American Sta., NY, 1901, G+ B01-07A; 1c Pan-Am on Expo priv.mailing card. E $15 MIN.8
EX-32. Buffalo/Pan-American Station, NY, 1901, G+ B01-11 flag (dial mostly o/s by transit canx; bit lite tone) 1c Pan-Am on Expo priv.mailing card. E $80
EX-33. Buffalo/P.O.Dep't.Ex., NY, 1901 (Jul 10), VG B01-12 (toned; foxed) on "unmailable" 3x5" card w/printed P.O.Dept.Exhibit, U.S.Gov't Bldg address. E $100 MIN.50
EX-34. Buffalo, NY, 1899, VF B01-13A Pan-Am Expo slogan (bit trim T) on cvr. E $15
EX-35. Buffalo, NY, 1900, G+ B01-13B Pan-AmExpo slogan dateless dial (edge wear; edge tears T; part lite tone) "The Courier Co." ad header; 1c Frank. on 4x6.25" cvr. E $70
EX-36. Buffalo, NY, 1900, VG+ B01-13B Pan-Am Expo slogan on cvr. E $15
EX-37. Buffalo, NY, 1900, G+ B01-13B Pan-Am Expo slogan on PPC. E $30
EX-38. Buffalo, NY, 1900, VF B01-13B Pan-Am Expo slogan; Locomobile Co.engraved cc on cvr. E $20
EX-39. Buffalo, NY, 1899, VF B01-14A Pan-Am Expo slogan (ruff R to stamp) on cvr. E $15
EX-40. Buffalo, NY, 1899, G+ B01-14A Pan-Am Expo slogan (nick T; part toned) H.K.Wick Coal cc; Pan-Am Expo full-color illus.ad (globe) on cvr. E $20
EX-41. Buffalo, NY, 1900, G B01-14C Pan-Am Expo slogan w/dateless 3rd class dial (much obscured by ad) Jacob Dold Packing Co.overall illus.village street, houses & town crier; 1c green in ad "collar" on cvr. E $55
EX-42. Lot 30+) Buffalo, NY, 1900, VF-G+ B01-14C Pan-Am Expo slogan (varied condition, fine to faulty) on cvrs (2 GPCs; 4 FRONTs); some w/commer.cc's, illus.Expo ads. E $100 MIN.50
EX-43. Buffalo, NY, 1901, VG B01-15A Pan-Am Expo slogan (bit ruff trim R; toned) atty's engraved cc on cvr w/letterhead enc. & news clippings. E $20
EX-44. Buffalo, NY, 1901, VF B01-15A Pan-Am Expo slogan (trim L; edge tears; nicks T) Pan-Am Expo ad (red embossed globe) at upper L; T.O.O.F.Pan-American Committee cc on cvr. E $24
EX-45. Buffalo, NY, 1901 (Mar 29), G+ B01-15A Pan-Am Expo slogan (LATE use) on FRONT ONLY. E $15
EX-46. Buffalo, NY, 1901, G+ B01-15B Pan-Am Expo slogan: 3rd class use w/day & die # omitted (lite strike; part spotty; lite tone) Hotel Gibbs cc; small Pan-Am Expo illus.globe logo ad; 1c Expo on cvr. E $50
EX-47. Buffalo, NY, 1901, VF B01-15B Pan-Am Expo slogan: 3rd class use w/day & die # omitted; Chapin & Co.cc on 1c PSE. E $65
EX-48. Buffalo, NY, 1901, VG B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan (toned; nick R) Pan-Am Expo full-color ad (globe) F.J.Reilly Groceries h/s on back; 1c Expo on cvr w/enc.ad flyer. E $24
EX-49. Buffalo, NY, 1901, G+ B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan (upper R part ruff; toned; bit trim T; no flap) W.A.Meldrum Co/Dept.Store cc; Pan-Am Expo green illus.ad (allegorical woman lighting globe; Niagara Falls) 2c Expo on cvr. E $20 MIN.10
EX-50. Buffalo, NY, 1901, VF B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan (ruff R, just in stamp; upper L tip inked) Edw.R.Rice/Banigan & Woonasquatucket Rubbers cc; Pan-Am Expo illus.ad (globe) faulty 2c Expo on cvr. E $20 MIN.10
EX-51. Buffalo, NY, 1901, G+ B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan (bit uneven trim T) O.P.Ramsdell, Sweet & Co.cc; Pan-Am Expo full-color ad (globe) on cvr. E $20 MIN.10
EX-52. Buffalo, NY, 1901, G+ B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan; 1c Expo on 1c Colum.PSE. E $15
EX-53. Buffalo, NY, 1901, VG+ B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan (lite tone) Pan-Am Expo illus.ad (red embossed globe) at upper L; 2c Expo on cvr. E $20
EX-54. Buffalo, NY, 1901, G+ B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan (trim T; nibbles T) Pan-Am Expo full-color ad (globe) 2c Expo on cvr. E $15 MIN.8
EX-55. Buffalo, NY, 1901, G+ B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan (lite tone; trim T) Pan-Am Expo illus.ad (red embossed globe) at upper L; 2c Expo on cvr. E $15 MIN.8
EX-56. Buffalo, NY, 1901, VF B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan (lite tone; nicks L) King Spring Co.cc; Pan-Am Expo full-color ad (globe, part o/s by 2nd strike) on cvr. E $20
EX-57. Buffalo, NY, 1901, F B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan (trim L, just in ad; toned) Pan-Am Expo illus.ad (Electricity Bldg) at upper L; text ad on flap, printed high; on cvr. E $15
EX-58. Buffalo, NY, 1901, VG B01-15C (part o/s; bit trim upper L; upper R tip nib) 5c blue Grant on cvr to London, England, & fwed to Keswick. E $15 MIN.8
EX-59. Buffalo, NY, 1901, G+ B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan (lite tone; tear R; flap tears) Buffalo Commercial Ins.Co.cc; Pan-Am Expo illus.ad on back (globe) 2c Expo on cvr. E $15
EX-60. Buffalo, NY, 1901, G+ B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan (part lite tone; bit trim T; nick T; edge tears T) Iroquois Hotel illus.ad (hotel) red Pan-Am Expo text ad at B; 2c Expo on cvr. E $15
EX-61. Buffalo, NY, 1901, G+ B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan (lite tone; bit ruff trim R, in stamp) "Pan-American Exposition/Buffalo the Electric City" illus.ad (buffalo & lightning bolts on globe) on cvr. E $20
EX-62. Buffalo, NY, 1901, VG B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan (part ruff R; edge tear T; toned) Statler's Hotel large illus.ad ("Within 1 Block of the Main Entrance to the Expo"); faulty 2c Expo commem., missed by machine, canxed w/duplex; on cvr. E $20
EX-63. Buffalo, NY, 1901, G+ B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan (no flap; bit lite tone) Epworth Hotel/For Pan-American Visitors cc; illus.ad (hotel) bit faulty 2c Expo on cvr. E $15
EX-64. Buffalo, NY, 1901, G+ B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan (bit o/s; part ruff trim R; bit lite tone; cr) "The Hudson,-Queenston, Ont./Good Accommodation for Pan-American Visitors" illus.ad Iroquois Hotel illus.ad (monument) 2c Expo on cvr. E $20 MIN.10
EX-65. Buffalo, NY, 1901, F B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan (R tips nick; slight uneven trim T) Weed & Co.logo cc; Pan-Am Expo illus.ad (globe) 2c Expo on cvr. E $15
EX-66. Buffalo, NY, 1901, G+ B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan (slogan mostly not struck; bit ruff trim R; lite tone; nick B) Pan-Am Expo full-color ad (globe) bit faulty 2c Expo on cvr. E $20
EX-67. Buffalo/D, NY, 1900, VF B01-18 flag machine (R end o/s; ruff R; tear B & R; lite tone) full strike, just to L of stamp, so VG duplex also applied; Larkin Soap fancy ad cc on cvr w/"See the Larkin Exhibit/Pan-American 1901" ad on flap. E $300
EX-68. Buffalo/D, NY, 1901, G+ B01-18 Pan-Am Expo slogan (flag about 1/2 off R edge) on GPC w/Larkin Soap printed form on back. E $90
EX-69. Buffalo/D, NY, 1901, VG B01-18A Pan-Am Expo slogan FLAG w/dateless 3rd class dial (R furl off R edge, affects "CAN" & "ON"; lite tone; edge tear T) Langner Milling Co.illus.ad cc (barrel) 1c Frank. on cvr. E $80 MIN.40
EX-70. Buffalo/Sta.C, NY, 1901, VF Amer/B38 (part lite tone) Pan-Am Expo 28mm shiny gold embossed illus.ad (globe) at upper L on cvr w/matching letterhead enc. E $15
EX-71. Buffalo/Sta.E, NY, 1901, VG Amer/B38 (edge tear R; offset canx ink at upper L; lite tone) Pan-Am Expo full-color ad (globe) 2c Expo on cvr. E $24
EX-72. Buffalo, NY, 1901, G+ Barry (trim R; toned) Pan-Am Expo ad (red embossed globe) at upper L on cvr. E $20
EX-73. Buffalo, NY, 1901, VF Barry (bit ruff trim R, just in stamp; toned) Noyes & Sawyer Wholesale Lumber cc; Pan-Am Expo illus.ad (globe) on cvr. E $15
EX-74. Buffalo/Sta.B, NY, 1901, G+ Barry (bit trim T) "Henry Grossman, Bazar Bldg., Pan Am.Exp." purple h/s cc; 1c Pan-Am on 1c Colum.PSE. E $20 MIN.10
EX-75. Hights & Phila/RPO, 1901, partial CDS/cork (RUFF slit upper L; bit tone) green Pan-Am Expo illus.ad (buffalo on globe; town) on cvr. E $15
EX-76. Buffalo, NY, 1901, G+ duplex (lite tone) Pan-Am Expo full-color ad (globe) on cvr. E $24
EX-77. Buffalo, NY, 1901, G+ duplex (lite tone) Pan-Am Expo ad (blue embossed globe) at upper L; 2c Expo on cvr. E $20
EX-78. Buffalo, NY, 1901, G+ duplex (rebuilt ruff upper R above stamp; lite tone) Wm.Hengerer Co.return add.; "Pan-Amer Expo/Albright Art Gallery" illus.ad (bldg) at L; text ad on flap; 2c Expo on cvr. E $20 MIN.10
EX-79. Buffalo/Sta.B, NY, 1901, G duplex (trim L; lite crs; lite tone) Pan-Am Expo full-color ad (globe) 2c Expo on cvr to Canada. E $24
EX-80. Greenville, OH, 1901, VG duplex (cr; lite tone; upper R tip nib) Pan-Am Expo full-color ad (globe) 2c Expo on cvr. E $20
EX-81. Westfield, NY, 1901, VF duplex; Pan-Am Expo ad (dark red embossed globe) at upper L; 1c Expo +1c Colum on cvr. E $20
EX-82. Lot 30+) Detroit, MI, 1906-08, VF-G+ Int'l (all trim L; 1 w/Jackson/W.Jackson Sta., MS, origin) Garland Stoves logo cc; overall back ad: 2 large Pan-Am Expo medals; on PSEs. MIN.$30
EX-83. Charleston, SC, 1900, G+ C02-04 So.Carolina Inter-State & W.Indian Expo slogan FLAG (near VF; part o/s) on GPC. E $20 MIN.10
EX-84. Charleston, SC, 1900, G+ C02-04 So.Carolina Inter-State & W.Indian Expo slogan FLAG (trim R; bit trim T) as recd b/s on cvr. E $20 MIN.10
EX-85. Charleston, SC, 1900, F C02-04 So.Carolina Inter-State & W.Indian Expo slogan FLAG (end of text off R edge; bit lite tone) on cvr. E $15 MIN.8
EX-86. Nashua, NH, 1902, G duplex (dial hi; lite tone; trim R) G.L.Lawrence, Druggist, cc; Nashua Fair illus.ad (clown) on cvr. E $15
EX-87. St.Louis/Exposition Sta., MO, 1904, VG+ STL04-01 (toned) 2c Jefferson Expo (upper R tip nib) on Expo PPC to Austria. E $120 MIN.60
EX-88. St.Louis/Exposition Sta., MO, 1904, G+ StL04-01 (near VG; tears L; crs; part lite tone) 1c Expo on Expo PPC. E $65
EX-89. St.Louis/Exposition Sta., MO, 1904, G+ StL04-01 ? (o/s; # unclear) 1c Expo on Expo PPC. E $30
EX-90. St.Louis/Exposition Sta., MO, 1904, G+ StL04-01 (# fuzzy but ID sure; R arc & part of date obscured on stamp) bit faulty 1c Expo on Expo PPC: German Tyrolean Alps. E $55
EX-91. St.Louis/Exposition Sta., MO, 1904, G+ StL04-01 ? (# unclear) 1c Expo on Expo PPC. E $40
EX-92. St.Louis/Exposition Sta., MO, 1904, G+ StL04-01 (o/s; part on stamp; uneven toned; edge tear B) on Expo priv.mailing card. E $50
EX-93. St.Louis/Exposition Sta., MO, 1904, G StL04-01 ? (# unclear;\ lower R arc not struck; lite tone) 1c Expo on Expo PPC. E $15
EX-94. St.Louis/Exposition Sta., MO, 1904, F STL04-05B on Expo PPC: "Write me care of Mich.Building here". E $15 MIN.8
EX-95. St.Louis/Exposition Sta., MO, 1904, VF StL04-05B (lite tone) illus.Expo ad at L (Missouri State Bldg) w/"Official" below on cvr. E $30 MIN.15
EX-96. St.Louis/Exposition Sta., MO, 1904, G+ StL04-05B; "J.Kaleski & P.W.Dubruel/Liberal Arts Building,/French Section/Exposition St.Louis, 1904" magenta h/s at L (lower 2 lines spotty & obscured) 2c Expo on Expo PPC to France. E $70
EX-97. St.Louis/Exposition Sta., MO, 1904, F StL04-05B (B edge scuff, partly affects state) bit faulty 1c Expo on PPC: "World's Fair Flower Show Ass'n/Palace of Horticulture (Japanese woman & flowers). E $15
EX-98. Lot 50+) St.Louis/Exposition Sta., MO, 1904, F-G+ StL04-05B (varied condition) nearly all w/1c Livingston Expo commem on PPCs; almost all are Expo types. E $240 MIN.120
EX-99. St.Louis/Exposition Station, MO, 1904, G StL04-06 (partly covered by stamp; toned; tear B) "Held for (Postage)"; "This is the mail..."; & City Dist'n Div'n G+ DCDS on Expo PPC mailed w/o stamp & remailed 9 days later. E $15
EX-100. Lot 20+) St.Louis/Exposition Station, MO, 1904, F-G+ StL04-06 (varied condition, fine to faulty) nearly all w/1c Livingston Expo commem on Expo PPCs. E $120 MIN.60
EX-101. St.Louis, MO, 1900 (Jan 3), G+ STL04-11 World's Fair slogan (EARLY; uneven toned; ruff R) on cvr. E $30
EX-102. St.Louis, MO, 1900, G+ StL04-13 World's Fair slogan (lite tone) Sam'l Cupplies Wooden Ware cc on cvr. E $20
EX-103. St.Louis, MO, 1900, VG StL04-13 World's Fair slogan (tone spots) Nelson Chesman Newspaper Ad Agts fancy cc on cvr. E $20 MIN.10
EX-104. St.Louis, MO, 1900, G+ StL04-14 World's Fair slogan (part ruff slit T; lite tone) St.Louis Victoria Flour Mills cc on PSE. E $24
EX-105. Lot 2) St.Louis, MO, 1900 (Apr 11), G+ StL04-14/StL04-15 World's Fair slogans w/SAME DATE on cvrs. 1 w/Simmons Hardware cc (bit ruff trim R) illus.train at L overall back ad w/illus.bed frame & sewing machine; 1 w/Sam'l Cupples Wooden ware cc (tip tear). E $55
EX-106. St.Louis, MO, 1902, G+ StL04-19A/6 World's Fair slogan (LKU; tiny tear T; trim R) V.Scalzo Fruit Co. ad on cvr. E $15
EX-107. St.Louis, MO, 1901 (Dec 23), G+ STL04-19A/7 World's Fair slogan (EARLY) on GPC w/Boatmen's Bank form on back. E $12 MIN.6
EX-108. St.Louis, MO, 1903, VG StL04-19B/2 (ruff trim R, into stamp; lite tone; tone spot B edge) J.S.Merrell Drug illus.Expo ad: eagle w/flag draped over U.S.map; on cvr. E $15
EX-109. St.Louis, MO, 1904, G+ StL04-19B/2 World's Fair slogan; Fulton Bag & Burlap Co.cc; 38mm diam.round Expo label (not tied) 2c Expo on cvr. E $14
EX-110. St.Louis, MO, 1904, G+ StL04-19B/2 World's Fair slogan (bit trim T; nick T) "Louisiana Purchase Expo/1904" w/illus.branches & 5740 Cabanne Ave.engraved ad cc; 2c Expo on cvr. E $20 MIN.10
EX-111. St.Louis, MO, 1904, VF StL04-19B/2 World's Fair slogan (bit uneven trim T; tears T; part ruff slit T) Cupples full-color illus.Expo ad (Transportation Bldg) 2c Expo on cvr. E $15 MIN.8
EX-112. St.Louis, MO, 1903, F StL04-19B/4 World's Fair slogan; National Union illus.logo cc; Expo label (U.S.map; not tied) on PSE. E $15
EX-113. St.Louis, MO, 1903, VG StL04-19B/4 World's Fair slogan (no flap; lite tone; tip nick) bit faulty red "1903" Expo label (globe; not tied) on cvr. E $15
EX-114. St.Louis, MO, 1903, VF StL04-19B/5 Expo slogan (bit ruff slit T) 5c Lincoln on cvr to Germany. E $20
EX-115. St.Louis, MO, 1903, F StL04-19B/5 World's Fair slogan (trim R; lite tone; bit cr) Hesse "Mines & Metallurgy Bldg" full color illus.ad on cvr. E $24
EX-116. St.Louis, MO, 1903, F StL04-19B/5 World's Fair slogan (bit ruff trim R; edge tears R; lite crs; lite tone) Cupples full-color illus.Expo ad (Transportation Bldg) on cvr. E $15
EX-117. St.Louis, MO, 1904, G+ StL04-19B/6 World's Fair slogan (crnr cr; bit surface scrape) 1c Expo commem. on Cupples transparent Expo PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-118. St.Louis, MO, 1902, F+ StL04-19B/7 World's Fair slogan (bit cr) on reg.bill card. E $12 MIN.6
EX-119. St.Louis, MO, 1904 (Jan 9), F StL04-19B/7 World's Fair slogan (bit ruff trim R) Washington Univ.cc; bit faulty 2c Sc.319 on cvr. Machine 7 was reserved for use on cards. RARE on cvr. E $70 MIN.36
EX-120. St.Louis, MO, 1904 (Aug 26), G+ StL04-19B/7 World's Fair slogan (1.75" tear T; tear L; lite tone) F.R.Long/Hardwood Lumber cc; 2c Expo commem. on cvr. Machine 7 was reserved for use on cards. RARE on cvr. E $30 MIN.15
EX-121. St.Louis, MO, 1904, VF StL04-19B/8 World's Fair slogan (part toned; edge wear) Hamilton Hotel Apartments illus.ad (hotel) 1c Expo on cvr w/2 diff.matching illus.letterhead encs (mentioning proximity to Expo grounds); reservation form; 2 diff.illus.ad flyers w/World's Fair maps on back. E $24
EX-122. Saint Louis, MO, 1904, F StL04-20 World's Fair slogan (lite tone; trim R; lower L tip nick) Schisler-Corneli Seed Co.ad cc; "World's Fair" illus.ad (globe & woman) on cvr. E $15
EX-123. Saint Louis, MO, 1904, F StL04-20 World's Fair slogan; Butler Bros.cc; blue Expo label (Palace of Arts) not tied by likely belongs; on cvr. E $15
EX-124. Saint Louis, MO, 1904, VF StL04-20 World's Fair slogan; Mercantile Trust Co.cc; Expo label (U.S.map; not tied) on cvr to "Hagenbeck's Wild Animal Exhibit, World's Fair Grounds". E $15
EX-125. Saint Louis, MO, 1904, F StL04-20 World's Fair slogan (LKU; trim L) Expo label (U.S.map; not tied) bit faulty 2c Expo on cvr. E $15
EX-126. Champaign, IL, 1904, VG Amer/B14(1) (lite tone; edge tears T) Illinois Comm'n/Louisiana Purchase Expo/H.M.Dunlap, Pres., Savoy, IL, cc on cvr. E $15 MIN.8
EX-127. Kansas City, MO, 1904, G+ Barry (trim R; pencil note by addressed mostly erased) American Type Founders Co.cc; "Kansas City Casino/Louisiana Purchase Exposition" lite green overall illus.ad on cvr w/overall text ad on back. E $40
EX-128. Saint Louis/Annex Sta., MO, 1904, VG Barry (uneven trim T; flap mostly off; lite tone) S.L.Pickett/Prescription Druggist cc; Cupples full-color illus.Expo ad ("Transfer Louisiana Terr.1803"); 2c Expo on cvr. E $20 MIN.10
EX-129. Bucyrus, OH, 1904, G duplex (slight trim T) American Clay-Working Machinery Co.cc; "See Us At St.Louis... Mines & Metallurgy Bldg" boxed ad on PSE. E $15
EX-130. Huntington/Cent.C.Sta., WV, [1904], G+ duplex; Louisiana Purchase Expo/West Va.Comm'n cc on cvr. E $15
EX-131. Saint Louis, MO, 1905, G+ Int'l (trim R; lite tone; part lite soiled) G.A.Walker/Printing cc X'ed thru; Louisiana Purchase Expo illus.ad (allegorial figure, map & scenes) on cvr w/"1903" Expo illus.letterhead (sunrise & scenes); used after event, but SCARCE type. E $20 MIN.10
EX-132. Syracuse, NY, 1904, G+ Int'l (trim R, just in stamp; toned; soiled; nick B; ink spots partly on ad; AS IS for faults) Kemp & Burpee Mfg.Co.cc; "Success Manure Spreader/See Us At St.Louis Expo" overall illus.ad on back on cvr. E $15 MIN.8
EX-133. Chicago, IL, 1904, VF Int'l; Heath & Milligan Mfg.Co.cc; "If You Visit the St.Louis World's Fair, Make Your HQ at Our Exhibit... Palace of Liberal Arts" red text ad angled at L on PSE. E $15
EX-134. Cherry Valley, MA, 1905, G duplex (lite tone) "Old Home Week/Leicester, MA" illus.ad (town seal) on cvr. E $15
EX-135. Lincoln, NE, 1905 (Aug 2), VF Int'l (trim R; upper R tip bit ruff) Wittmann & Co.cc at lower L; "Sept.4 to Sept.8, Inc./Nebraska State Fair/1905" illus.ad (jockey on horse; wheat) at upper L, all in RED; on cvr. E $40 MIN.20
EX-136. Lot 5) Portland/Exposition Station, OR, 1905, VG+-G+ P05-02 (minor faults) on Expo PPCs. E $20 MIN.10
EX-137. Portland/Exposition Station, OR, 1905, G+ P05-04 FLAG machine (dial & stripes VF, but text in field partial) 1c Sc.300 on thick wood Expo PPC w/comic text on front; add.w/wood burner. E $40
EX-138. Portland/Exposition Station, OR, 1905, G+ P05-04 FLAG machine; 2c Sc.319 on thick wood PPC w/add. & message in pencil. E $60
EX-139. Portland, OR, 1905 (Jun 2), VF P05-09 World's Fair slogan (trim L) EARLY "broken rim" type on cvr. E $12 MIN.6
EX-140. Lot 12) Portland, OR, 1905, VF-G+ P05-09 World's Fair slogan (varied condition) on 9 cvrs/3 GPCs. E $30 MIN.15
EX-141. Portland, OR, 1904, G+ P05-10 Expo slogan (o/s; no flap & part of side panel gone, not affecting this) as recd b/s on cvr. E $15
EX-142. Pocotello & Port/RPO, 1904, G+ duplex (bit ruff trim R) Hotel Pendleton, Pendleton, OR, cc; Lewis & Clark Cent'l Expo full-color illus.logo ad below; 10c special del.+ 2c Sc.319 on special del.cvr. E $24
EX-143. Portland, OR, 1903, G+ Int'l (ruff R; card inset to "repair"; ink spot upper L) Ames & Harris, Inc., cc; Lewis & Clark Expo illus.ad (Mt.Hood) on cvr. E $20
EX-144. Friedland, Austria, 1906, G+ DCDS; "Milan Industrial Expo" engraved pictorial label at L, used shortly after Expo, on PPC to U.S. E $12 MIN.6
EX-145. Nuremberg/Ausstellung, Germany, 1906, VF Bickerdike ty.BL-4; pair 5pf Bavaria on PPC (Machine Hall exhibit bldg interior) to U.S. E $24
EX-146. Norfolk/Exposition Sta., VA, 1907, VG+ N07-04 (lite tone; tip cr) on Expo PPC. E $80
EX-147. Norfolk/Exposition Station, VA, 1907 (May 4), VG N07-05 (lite tone) 1c Expo on PPC. E $15 MIN.8
EX-148. Norfolk/Exposition Station, VA, 1907, VG N07-05 (lite tone) 1c Expo on Expo PPC datelined "Jamestown Expo Station, Norfolk". E $15 MIN.8
EX-149. Norfolk/Exposition Station, VA, 1907 (Jun 26), G+ N07-05 (lite tone) bit faulty 1c Expo on Expo PPC: "Stopping at Inside Inn-Had a terrible fire at five this morning. Just did save the Inn". E $15
EX-150. Norfolk/Exposition Station, VA, 1907, G+ N07-05 (toned) bit faulty 1c Expo on Expo PPC. E $8
EX-151. Norfolk/Exposition Station, VA, 1907, G+ N07-05 (o/s; uneven lite tone) 1c Expo on Expo PPC datelined "Inside Inn/Maryland Day". E $15 MIN.8
EX-152. Norfolk/Exposition Station, VA, 1907, G+ N07-05 (scuff spot on add.side) 1c Expo on pix side of PPC: "Navy Girl" signed Christy. E $15 MIN.8
EX-153. Norfolk/Exposition Station, VA, 1907, G+ N07-05 (o/s) on PPC. E $8
EX-154. Lot 5) Norfolk/Exposition Station, VA, 1907, VG N07-05 (various faults: toned; crs; etc.) on A & V Expo PPCs. E $24 MIN.12
EX-155. Lot 110+) Norfolk/Exposition Station, VA, 1907, VF-G N07-05 (varied condition) on PPCs (nearly all Expo, inc.some scarcer types) many w/1c Jamestown; few w/stamps removed; some "favor" cancels on unmailed cards. MIN.$140
EX-156. Norfolk, VA, 1907, F N07-09 Jamestown Expo slogan (o/s) 2c Expo commem.overpaying rate on PPC. E $8
EX-157. Norfolk, VA, 1907, VF N07-09 Jamestown Expo slogan; 1c Expo commem. on PPC. E $6
EX-158. Newport News, VA, 1906, G+ N07-10 Jamestown Expo slogan (near VF; crnr cr; edge tear L) on cvr. E $15 MIN.8
EX-159. Pine Beach, VA, 1907, G 4-bar (taped 2" tear at B; lite tone) "Stop at the Hotel Davy Crockett, (The Temperance Hotel)/Jamestown Exposition, Pine Beach, Va." magenta h/s on pix side; 1c Expo on Expo PPC. E $60
EX-160. Pine Beach, VA, 1907, G 4-bar; 1c Jamestown (04-12) on Expo PPC: "We are on the boat for the Exposition..." E $12 MIN.6
EX-161. Norfolk, VA, 1907, G duplex (toned; part crs) "(????) Bldg./Jamestown Exposition/Ask Mr.Forster" purple h/s ad vertically below stamp (top line off R edge) 1c Jamestown; "Printed Matter" header on THICK "Souvenir Mail Card" w/clasped "door" on pix side, opens to 12-panel illus.fold-out ("East Coast of Florida". E $20 MIN.10
EX-162. New York/Sta.S, NY, 1909, G+ Int'l w/dateless dial (pinholes; part lite tone) Ostermoor Mattress illus.ad at L; Hudson-Fulton Celebration Programme (Sep.25-Oct.9 details of each day's events, inc.Naval Parade, w/portraits & ships) on pix side of PPC. E $40
EX-163. USS Birmingham, 1909 (Sep 25), G+ ty.1 (tip crs) SHIP at HUDSON-FULTON CELEBRATION; on Hudson-Fulton PPC. E $50
EX-164. USS Birmingham, 1909 (Sep 25), G+ ty.1 (part on stamp; tip crs) SHIP at HUDSON-FULTON CELEBRATION; on Hudson-Fulton PPC. E $50
EX-165. USS Georgia, 1909 (Sep 30), G ty.1 (part heavy inked; o/s) ship at Hudson-Fulton Celeb. on REMAILED PPC; datelined "Hudson River, Sep 27" on pix side. Odd use. E $30
EX-166. USS Louisiana, 1909 (Sep 28), G+ ty.1 (upper R arc & part of date on stamp) ship at Hudson-Fulton Celeb. on PPC. E $40
EX-167. USS New York, 1909 (Sep 27), VF ty.1; SHIP at HUDSON-FULTON CELEBRATION on N.Y.City PPC; message: "...the show is on & the fleet is in..." E $60
EX-168. USS North Carolina, 1909 (Sep 28), G+ ty.1 (toned) ship at Hudson-Fulton Celeb. on PPC. E $40
EX-169. USS Virginia, 1909 (Sep 25), G+ ty.1(V-12) (part on stamp; edge tear L; crnr cr; nick T) ship at HUDSON-FULTON Celebration on PPC. E $50
EX-170. USS Virginia, 1909 (Sep 26), VG+ ty.1(V-12) (bit stutter) ship at Hudson-Fulton Celebration on PPC. E $50
EX-171. USS Virginia, 1909 (Sep 30), F ty.1(V-12) (R edge crs; bit edge wear) ship at HUDSON-FULTON Celebration on PPC. E $50
EX-172. USS Virginia, 1909 (Oct 9), VG ty.1(V-12) (bit stutter) ship at HUDSON-FULTON Celebration on PPC. E $50
EX-173. Seattle/Exposition Sta., WA, 1909, G+ S09-01 (R arc mostly not struck; killer partial; lite tone) on Expo PPC. E $150
EX-174. Seattle/Exposition Sta., WA, 1909 (Jul 28), F S09-02A on Expo PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-175. Lot 25) Seattle/Exposition Sta., WA, 1909, VF-G+ S09-02A (few faults) on PPCs. E $80 MIN.40
EX-176. Seattle/Exposition Sta., WA, 1909, VG S09-02B struck fully at L (part obscured by design; toned) smudge canx at L on Expo PPC. E $14
EX-177. Seattle/Exposition Sta., WA, 1909 (Oct 4), F S09-02B (tear T; scuff by address) on PPC. E $15 MIN.8
EX-178. Seattle/Exposition Station, WA, 1909 (Sep 15), G+ S09-02A/var; convincing but FAKE "machine cancel" type, tying 2c Seward on Expo PPC. E $15 MIN.8
EX-179. USS California, 1909 (Jun 4), G+ ty.1 (stamp peeled, affect "ORNI"; tip tone) SHIP at AYP EXPO; on Expo PPC. AS IS, but RARE. E $20
EX-180. USS California, 1909 (Jun 4), G+ ty.1 (month, day & "9" in year overwritten in ink & smeared; AS IS for that; addressee's "Jul 4" note written above; lite tone; tip crs) ship at AYP EXPO; on datelined PPC. E $60
EX-181. USS California, 1909 (Aug 19), G+ ty.1 (month/day overwritten in ink & "Seattle Wash" written in B arc; AS IS for that; lite tone; upper L tip clip) ship at AYP EXPO; on datelined PPC. E $40
EX-182. USS California, 1909 (Aug 21), G+ ty.1 (month/day overwritten in ink & "Seattle Wash" written in B arc; AS IS for that; R arc on stamp; lite tone) ship at AYP EXPO; on datelined PPC. E $40
EX-183. USS California, 1909 (Aug 23), G+ ty.1 (day overwritten in ink & "Seattle Wash" written in B arc; AS IS for that; R arc on stamp; lite tone) ship at AYP EXPO; on datelined PPC. E $40
EX-184. USS Colorado, 1909 (Jun 5), G+ ty.1 (part on stamp; lite tone; crnr cr) ship at AYP EXPO on PPC datelined Seattle. E $300
EX-185. USS Colorado, 1909 (Jun 9), VG+ ty.1 (near VF; lite tone) SHIP at Seattle during "official assignment" period at AYP EXPO on PPC datelined "Seattle, Wash./June 8". E $250 MIN.130
EX-186. USS Tennessee, 1909 (May 26), G+ ty.1 (dial hi: "NN" partly off; lite cr; bit lite tone) SHIP at AYP Reception for Japanese Training Fleet; on PPC. E $90
EX-187. USS Tennessee, 1909 (Jul 4), G+ ty.1 (dial hi: "ENNE" partly off; toned; crs) ship known to be at AYP Expo; on PPC to USS West Virginia. E $60
EX-188. USS Tennessee, 1909 (Aug 19), G+ ty.1 (dial hi: "ENNE" partly off; part o/s) ship at AYP EXPO; on PPC: "We are in Seattle..." E $100 MIN.50
EX-189. Japan-British Exhibition, 1910, VG+ DCDS on Expo PPC. E $20
EX-190. Exhibition B.O./Glasgow, 1911, F CDS (lite tone) on Expo PPC (bit tip wear). E $20
EX-191. Brussels, Belgium, 1913, F+ Ghent Expo slogan machine on PPC to U.S. E $6
EX-192. Lausanne, Switzerland, 1914, VG+ Exposition Natoinale Suisse Berne slogan machine; 15c +10c on cvr to France. E $15 MIN.8
EX-193. San Francisco/Model Post Office, CA, 1915, F SF15-02 on Expo PPC: Tower of Jewels. E $12 MIN.6
EX-194. San Francisco/Model Post Office, CA, 1915, F SF15-02 (toned) 1c Balboa pf.10 on Carnation Milk Expo bldg ad PPC. E $40
EX-195. San Francisco/Model Post Office, CA, 1915, G+ SF15-02 (crnr crs) on Expo PPC. E $8
EX-196. San Francisco, CA, 1912, F+ SF15-09- 2B PPIE slogan (lower L tip toned) on unsealed 1c PSE Sc.U402. E $12 MIN.6
EX-197. San Francisco, CA, 1915, G+ SF15-09-02A PPIE slogan (address bit smear) Prudential Ins.Co./Palace of Mines & Metallurgy/Pan-Pac Int'l Expo engraved cc; 2c PPIE pf.10 (Sc.402) on cvr. E $20
EX-198. San Francisco, CA, 1915 (Dec 18), VG+ SF15-09-02A PPIE slogan; 2nd strike inverted at lower L (lite cr) 1c pf.10 Balboa on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-199. (San Francisco), CA, [1911], VF SF15-09-03/var w/dial omitted or not struck; PPIE slogan on PPC. E $20
EX-200. Lot 13) San Francisco, CA, 1911 (Jun 21-Jul 7), VF-G+ SF15-09-07 (1); SF15-09-07A (3); SF15-09-07AA (3); SF15-09-07AB (1); SF15-09-07B (3); SF15-09-07C (2, 1 as recd) on PPCs. GREAT collection! 17-day span showing progression of this PPIE slogan type. E $450
EX-201. San Francisco, CA, 1911, G+ SF15-09-07C PPIE slogan; 3c Wash. on 2c PSE to Germany. E $12 MIN.6
EX-202. San Francisco, CA, 1911, VF SF15-09-09 PPIE slogan on PPC. E $24 MIN.12
EX-203. San Francisco, CA, 1911, G+ SF15-09-09 PPIE slogan (near F+) on PPC. E $24
EX-204. Los Angeles, CA, 1912 (Dec 25), VF SF15-13B PPIE slogan w/damaged dial on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-205. Los Angeles, CA, 1912 (Dec 28), G+ SF15-13B PPIE slogan w/damaged dial on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-206. Los Angeles/Sta.H, CA, 1915, F SF15-13J PPIE slogan (lite crs) on PPC. E $6
EX-207. Portland, OR, 1913, VF SF15-16A PPIE slogan (lite tone) 1c Parcel Post on PPC. E $6
EX-208. Berkeley, CA, 1914, G+ SF15-23 PPIE slogan; "California Invites the A.V.M.A. to Meet in San Francisco 1915" h/s ad at L on Expo PPC. E $15 MIN.8
EX-209. Berkeley/South Berkeley Sta., CA, 1911 (Dec 21), G+ SF15-23A PPIE slogan flag (EARLY; tip cr) on PPC. E $15
EX-210. San Jose/Sta.A, CA, 1915, VG SF15-24B PPIE slogan flag (bit lite tone) on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-211. Los Angeles/Sta.D, CA, 1914, F SF15-25 PPIE slogan flag on cvr. E $15
EX-212. Los Angeles/Sta.F, CA, 1913, G+ SF15-25B PPIE slogan flag (part spotty; toned) on PPC. E $8
EX-213. Los Angeles/Sta.F, CA, 1915, G+ SF15-25B PPIE slogan flag (ruff L) 2c perf.10 PPIE commem on cvr. E $15
EX-214. Los Angeles/Arcade Sta., CA, 1915, VF SF15-25F PPIE slogan flag on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-215. Los Angeles/Hollywood Sta., CA, 1912, G+ SF15-25G PPIE slogan flag on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-216. Los Angeles/Hollywood Sta., CA, 1915, F SF15-25G PPIE slogan flag (lite tone) on PPC. E $8
EX-217. Long Beach, CA, 1913, VF SF15-26 PPIE slogan flag (lite tone) on PPC. E $8
EX-218. Longbeach, CA, 1913, G+ SF15-26 PPIE slogan flag (ruff L; few tone specks) atty.cc on cvr w/letterhead enc. E $12 MIN.6
EX-219. Sacramento, CA, 1915, VF Univ. (trim R; lite tone) "California Invites the World/1915" pale yellow illus.ad in address area; State Board of Equalization cc on #10 cvr w/illus.Report on Gen'l Corporate Franchises. E $15 MIN.8
EX-220. San Diego/Exposition Sta., CA, 1915, VG+ SD15-01 (lite tone) on Expo PPC. E $30 MIN.15
EX-221. Redlands, CA, 1916, G+ SD16-06 Pan-Cal Expo slogan (B slogan line partial; cr) on PPC. E $8
EX-222. Santa Monica, CA, 1916, F SD16-06 Pan-Cal slogan flag on PPC. E $15
EX-223. Longbeach, CA, 1916, G+ SD16-07 Pan-Cal Expo slogan on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-224. Redlands, CA, 1916, G+ SD16-08 Pan-Cal slogan; 2c perf.10 PPIE on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-225. San Bernardino, CA, 1916, G+ SD16-10 Pan-Cal slogan (stamp gone; lower 2 lines of slogan mostly not struck) on PPC. Typical spotty strike of this SCARCE type. E $20 MIN.10
EX-226. Santa Barbara, CA, 1916, VG+ SD16-11 Pan-Cal slogan (slogan bit spotty, as usual, but dial complete) on PPC. E $15
EX-227. Santa Barbara, CA, 1917 (Jan 14), G+ SD16-11 Pan-Cal Expo slogan; LATE USE: after event; on PPC. E $20 MIN.10
EX-228. Santa Rosa, CA, 1916 (Dec 25), G+ SD16-12 Pan-Cal slogan; variety w/shorter letters in dial; on PPC. E $20
EX-229. Los Angeles, CA, 1916, VF SD16-14C Pan-Cal slogan machine #3 w/dateless dial (uneven toned) on 1c PSE. E $15 MIN.8
EX-230. Los Angeles, CA, 1916 (Aug 15), F SD16-14C Pan-Cal slogan (EARLY) on 1c PSE. E $15
EX-231. Los Angeles, CA, 1916 (Nov 3), VF SD16-14C Pan-Cal slogan (edge tear T; cr) on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-232. Los Angeles, CA, 1916 (Dec 16), G+ SD16-14C Pan-Cal slogan on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-233. Los Angeles, CA, 1916 (Dec 22), G+ SD16-14C Pan-Cal slogan on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-234. Los Angeles, CA, 1916 (Dec 29), G+ SD16-14C Pan-Cal slogan (near F) on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-235. San Francisco, CA, 1916, G+ SD16-17B Pan-Cal slogan (message into dial) 1c perf.10 Balboa on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-236. Berkeley, CA, 1916, G+ SD16-19 Pan-Cal Expo slogan; 2c perf.10 PPIE commem on cvr. E $12 MIN.6
EX-237. San Diego, CA, 1914, VG+ SD16-23 Pan-Cal slogan on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-238. San Diego, CA, 1914, G+ SD16-23 PCIE slogan; "Santa Fe-The Expo Line" 46x2mm magenta h/s above message & on pix side on Expo PPC. E $40 MIN.20
EX-239. San Diego, CA, 1914 (Dec 30), VG SD16-23 Pan-Cal slogan on PPC. E $15 MIN.8
EX-240. San Diego, CA, 1913 (Oct 26), VG SD16-25 Pan-Cal slogan (bit of ink fingerprint on date; bit cr) on PPC. E $15 MIN.8
EX-241. San Diego, CA, 1913 (Nov 22), VG SD16-25 Pan-Cal slogan (toned; lite crs) on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-242. San Diego, CA, 1913, G+ SD16-25 PCIE slogan (near VF) on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-243. San Diego, CA, 1913 (Dec 31), G+ SD16-25 Pan-Cal slogan on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-244. USS Pittsburgh, 1916, G+ ty.3(A) (B arc spotty; bars mostly off R, but "SAN" shows; slight trim L; ship name & "Ex.Pennsylvania" note at upper L) ship at PAN-CAL EXPO; on cvr w/ship's "San Diego" return add.on flap. E $100 MIN.50
EX-245. Fort Worth/Stock Yds Sta., TX, 1923, VG Univ. (tears; cr; lite tone) "State Fair of Texas/Dallas/Oct.13-28" illus.ad (fairgrounds) on #10 cvr. E $24
EX-246. Glendale, CA, [1932], VG permit/meter; Harrower Laboratory cc; "Olympic Games/Los Angeles/1932" illus.ad (discus thrower & colosseum) on cvr. E $14
EX-247. USS Pennsylvania, 1932, G+ ty.3(P-15) (crnr cr) "Thirteenth Day/Olympic Games"; 5c Olympic commem on cvr w/Opening Day cachet; pictorial label & h/s on back. E $50
EX-248. Chicago/A Century of Progress Sta., IL, 1934 (Oct 31), VG+ BLUE-GREEN C33-02 (dial hi: tips of "GO" off T) UNLISTED color; 1c +3c Expo imperfs on cvr w/Last Day cachet. E $60
EX-249. Air Mail Field, Chicago/Tour 2, IL, [1934] (Sep 20), G+ CDS origin; Chicago/A Cent.of Prog.Sta. F+ C33-05 as rec'd b/s; "Via 1st Flight A.M.No.9" typed vertically at L; 3c +3x 1c Expo on cacheted cvr. E $40
EX-250. Chicago/A Century of Progress Sta., IL, 1934 (Oct 26), VF C33-05; Graf Zeppelin Visit cachet; 3c Expo on cvr. E $15 MIN.8
EX-251. Chicago/Cent.of Prog.Sta., IL, 1934 (Oct 31), F C33-05 (LKU) "Final Air Mail Pick-up in flight by Adams System" text cachet; pair 3c imperfs Sc.731a on air cvr w/Lytle S.Adams, Inventor & Eddie Gerber, Pilot, autographs. E $20
EX-252. U.S.Ry.Postal Car Exhibit/Chicago, IL, 1933 (May 27), F magenta C33-07; 1c Expo on Burlington Route PPC. E $60
EX-253. U.S.Ry.Postal Car Exhibit/Chicago, IL, 1933 (May 27), VF magenta C33-07; 3c Expo on cvr. E $60
EX-254. U.S.Ry.Postal Car Exhibit/Chicago, IL, 1933 (Jul 4), VG C33-07; R.F.Matthers clerk's signature; 3c Expo on cvr. E $12 MIN.6
EX-255. U.S.Ry.Postal Car Exhibit/Chicago, IL, 1934 (Oct 31), F C33-08; pair 3c Expo imperfs on cvr w/Last Day cachet. E $20
EX-256. Chicago, IL, 1933, F C33-13-49 Cent.of Prog.slogan (lite tone; trim L) Hotel Morrison illus.ad on cvr w/Expo logo on flap. E $14
EX-257. Chicago, IL, 1934 (Jul 23), VF C33-14-50 Cent.of Prog.slogan; pair 1c Frank.coils on Morrison Hotel ad PPC. Mailed 1 day after gangster John Dillinger shot at Biograph Theater, 4 mi.from here. E $15 MIN.8
EX-258. Chicago, IL, 1933, VF Univ. (lite gum tone) Du-Plex Onvelope Corp.illus.ad (mail carrier); Century of Progress logo ad on back on #10 cvr. E $14
EX-259. USS Breckinridge, 1935 (Jan 20), VF ty.3(A-BBT) (bit lite tone) "San Diego/Exposition"; SHIP's CAL-PAC EXPO slogan; on cvr. EARLIEST pre-event "advertising slogan" for this Expo. E $24 MIN.12
EX-260. USS Concord, 1935 (Jun 14), VG+ ty.3s(B-BTT) (slight stutter) "San Diego/Calif."; SHIP at CAL-PAC EXPO; on PPC. E $24 MIN.12
EX-261. USS Dallas, 1935 (May 29), G+ ty.5hks (part gum tone) "San/Diego"; ship at CPI Expo; 3c Expo Sc.773 on cacheted "unofficial" 1st Day cvr. E $20 MIN.10
EX-262. USS Hale, 1935 (Sep 12), F ty.3s "San Diego/Calif."; w/magenta straight-line h/s ty.SLP1(n); SHIP at CAL-PAC EXPO on cvr. E $20 MIN.10
EX-263. USS Houston, 1935 (Oct 2), VF ty.3b(BC-XTX); "Fleet/Review" in bars; "Pres.FDR Visits Cal-Pac Expo" cachet; SHIP at EXPO related event; on cvr. E $20
EX-264. USS New Orleans, 1935 (Jun 10), F ty.3(B-BTT) (lite tone) "San+Diego/Calif."; ship at CPI Expo; Expo cachet; 3c Expo on cvr. E $15 MIN.8
EX-265. Cleveland, OH, 1936, G+ meter #15134 w/"Great Lakes Exposition..." slogan (part lite tone) Osborn Mfg.Co.cc on #10 window cvr. E $16
EX-266. Fredericksburg, TX, 1936, G+ Int'l (tears T & B; edge crs; bit lite tone) "Texas Cent'l/Cancelled in the Pioneer Memorial" blue pictorial h/s by matching cachet (Pioneer Union Church) on 4.25x7" cvr. E $12 MIN.6
EX-267. Goliad, TX, 1936, G+ Int'l (lite gum tone) "Mailed at the Mission" h/s at L; "Massacre of Goliad" cachet on cvr. E $12 MIN.6
EX-268. San Antonio, TX, 1936, F Int'l (lite gum tone) "Texas Cen'l/Cancelled in the Alamo" blue pictorial h/s by address on cacheted cvr. E $12 MIN.6
EX-269. San Antonio, TX, 1936, F Int'l (lite gum tone) "Texas Cen'l/Cancelled in the Alamo" pictorial h/s, struck twice (1 blue; 1 purple) on cacheted cvr. E $15 MIN.8
EX-270. USS Brooks, 1936 (Feb 12), G+ ty.3(AC-BBT) "San Diego/Calif"; SHIP at CAL-PAC EXPO; Lincoln B'day cachet on cvr. E $20
EX-271. USS Dahlgren, 1936 (Aug 11), F ty.3(AC-BTT) "San Diego/Cal"; ship at Cal-Pac Expo on cacheted cvr. E $15
EX-272. USS Monaghan, 1936 (Jun 16), G+ ty.3(AC-TBB) (part obscured on stamps) "San Diego/Cal."; ship at CPI Expo on cacheted cvr. E $15 MIN.8
EX-273. USS Richmond, 1936 (Feb 12), F+ blue & purple ty.F(R-17g) fancy pictorial life preserver, flag & palm, w/"San Diego, Calif." below; "1'st Day/Exposition" slogan; SHIP at CAL-PAC EXPO; on cvr. E $24
EX-274. Cleveland, OH, 1937, G+ meter #01452 (near F) w/1937 Great Lakes Expo slogan; Harshaw Chemical Co.cc on cvr. E $16
EX-275. Paris, France, 1935, G+ machine (bit lite tone) Ministere du Commerce et de l'Industrie/Exposition Intern'le Paris 1937 cc on cvr to U.S.w/enc.pictorial Xmas card (Eiffel Tower). E $15
EX-276. State Fair Grounds/St. Paul, MN, 1937, VG+ straight-line w/4-bar killer on PPC. E $15 MIN.8
EX-277. World's Fair Sta., NY, 1939 (Oct 31), VF NY39-03 (lite tone) Mineral Wells, TX, VG blue NY39-LP3 at L; Stage Coach Expres F blue NY39-LP4 tying BLACK & WHITE 25c Stage Coach local (UNLISTED color) on cvr. E $30
EX-278. New York World's Fair/RPO, 1939, F NY39-05; 30c globe air on cvr to Canal Zone. E $15
EX-279. World's Fair Sta., NY, 1940, F NY39-09 tying "Famous American/Louisa May Alcott" 34x43mm poster stamp w/portrait on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
EX-280. New York, NY, 1940, VG+ NY39-25-NY N.Y.World's Fair slogan w/dateless dial (bit heavy inked) Rialto Stamp Co.cc; 1.5c Prexie on cvr. E $12 MIN.6
EX-281. Brooklyn, NY, 1939, G duplex (dial hi: town mostly off; toned) Avon Stamp Store cc; N.Y.World's Fair large illus.ad (trylon/perisphere, bldgs, plane) "Contents: Merchandise" at B; strip/3x 1/2c Prexie on cvr. E $20
EX-282. San Francisco/Golden Gate Sta., CA, 1939, VG+ SF39-03B (tip crs; lite tone) on cvr w/Star Spangled Banner 125th Anniv.cachet. E $20
EX-283. San Francisco/Golden Gate Sta., CA, 1939 (Oct 6), F SF39-03B; 3c Expo on cvr w/Expo cachet. E $16
EX-284. San Francisco/Golden Gate Sta., CA, 1939, VG SF39-12 on PPC. E $5
EX-285. San Francisco, CA, 1939, G+ SF39-15-04 GGIE slogan (lite gum tone) "Chief of Police, Hall of Justice" cc; Golden Gate Expo text ad at lower L; pair 3c Expo on commer.air cvr. E $15
EX-286. San Francisco, CA, 1940, G+ SF39-16-04 GGIE slogan; 2x 6c air on cvr to Germany w/Nazi censor tape & h/s on back. E $15 MIN.8
EX-287. San Francisco, CA, 1940, VG SF39-16-06 GGIE slogan; N.Gray & Co./Funeral Service illus.ad cc (doorway of funeral home) on cvr. E $12 MIN.6
EX-288. San Francisco, CA, 1937 (Nov 21), F 4-bar; "1st Discovery Voyage to Treasure Island/Golden Gate Int'l Expo" cachet on cvr. E $12 MIN.6
EX-289. USS Wilson, 1939 (Sep 18), VF ty.3r(A-BBT) "San Francisco/Calif"; SHIP at GGI EXPO; Shake Down Cruise cachet on cvr. E $20 MIN.10
EX-290. Brooklyn, 1939, G+ ty.6ep(3); ship at GGI Expo; on commer.cvr w/San Francisco return add. E $16
EX-291. Seattle, WA, 1960, VF S62-06 PB meter #441062; Century 21 Expo cachet on cvr. E $20
EX-292. Glen Cove, NY, 1965, G+ machine (tip cr) "General Motors Futurama/N.Y.World's Fair-1965" printed at lower L on 9x4" folded 2-panel ad card (opens to 8x9") w/view of bldg.on back; views of exhibit inside. E $14

EXPOSITIONS: Souvenirs & Other Related Items
EX-293. Centennial Int'l Exhibition: Lot 7) 3.75x5" engraved illus.prints; 6 Expo bldgs +Independence Hall (lite tone), 1876. E $80 MIN.40
EX-294. "U.S.Cent'l Commission Int'l Exhibition/1876 Official Catalogue/Art Gallery & Annexes/Dept.IV": 172-pg.5x8" catalog w/addendum sewn on; "11th & Revised Edition" (outer cover faults but contents fine). E $50
EX-295. "U.S.Cent'l Commission Int'l Exhibition/1876 Official Catalogue/Main Bldg & Annexes": 375-pg.5x8" catalog; "6th & Revised Edition" (outer cover faults but contents fine). E $250
EX-296. Lot 7) trade cards; 5 diff.) Exposition Universelle de Paris: Lorenzo Puccini Wines & Produce, Philadelphia (2 w/crnr faults), 1878, w/2 diff.) A.Boucicaut/Au Bon Marche, Paris, from same era. E $60 MIN.30
EX-297. "North, Central, & South American Exposition/Office of the Special Days/New Orleans" 8.75x11.5" 4-pg.printed press release re."American Mediterranean Day", 1885, (crs; tear R) document only; no cvr. E $15
EX-298. Columbian Expo: 2-pg.typewritten letter w/Iowa Columbian Comm'n illus.letterhead datelined Iowa State Bldg, 1893, (letter only; no cvr). E $15
EX-299. Donnell's Little Liver Pills: 3.5x6" trade card w/illus.Mining Bldg at Columbian Expo (lite tone; back thins & faults), 1893. E $15
EX-300. "Guide to World's Fair Buildings & Toilet Rooms": 4.25x6" card w/illus.map of Chicago Columbian Expo; ads for Allen & Co."Van's Mexican Hair Restorative" & Chicago Eye & Ear Hospital on back, 1893, (1 tip nib; back toned; bit cr) list of state & foreign bldgs w/"Key to Midway Plaisance" on back. E $20
EX-301. "Mechanical Arts Bldg/Cal.Midwinter Int'l Exposition 1894/San Francisco": 5.5x1-1/8" sterling silver spoon w/bldg in bowl, bear on handle, (small piece chipped off bowl end; normal tarnish). E $50
EX-302. "Chopin Bookmark/Aeolian Co. New York Pan-Amer.Expo.": 2x6.75" card bookmark w/illus.portrait & Electric Tower; list of compositions on back (crs), [1901]. E $15
EX-303. "Loop De Loop Railway": 3.25x4.75" purple ad card w/illus.ROLLER COASTER at Pan-Am Expo, "Opposite Buffalo Bill", 1901. E $15 MIN.8
EX-304. "Pan-American/Accommodations/Best Location in City... Maude E.Weeden, 350 Potomac Ave, Buffalo...": 2.5x4" business card (bit lite tone), [1901]. E $15
EX-305. "Souvenir Card/Pan-American Expo/Buffalo, NY, 1901/Esterbrook Steel Pen Co.": 3.5x6" card w/his portrait & pen nib; sample signature (crs; lite tone). E $14
EX-306. So.Carolina Inter-State & W.Indian Expo: unused illus.ad envelope (map of city & area), [1902], (lite tone; crnr cr). E $20 MIN.10
EX-307. Lot 2) Inside Inn, St.Louis World's Fair: unused envelopes (faults) w/2 diff.cc's (1 illus.) & 2 diff.illus.letterhead encs., 1 w/city map & detailed Expo map on back, MO, [1904]. E $15
EX-308. Lot 9) Samuel Cupples Envelope Co./1904 St.Louis World's Fair full-color illus.ad envelopes (8 diff.; some lite toning) unused, MO.. MIN.$24
EX-309. Letter from St.Louis during Expo: talks of terribly high room prices; lightning striking in hospital room; writer's speculation that she has tumor in her vagina, 1904 (May 6), (letter only; no cvr). E $15
EX-310. Louisiana Purchase Expo: 3.25x6" Bureau of Publicity ad card; U.S.map on front; list of exhibits/buildings & costs on back, 1904, (ms initials at B). E $15
EX-311. Louisiana Purchase Expo: 3.5x5.5" 13-panel pictorial folder (lite tone; clasp broken); used, 1904. E $15
EX-312. "Official Souvenir Post Card/World's FairSt.Louis.1904/by Samuel Cupples Envelope Co.": 3.75x6.5" envelope; original container for Expo PPCs (crs); RARE intact. E $20 MIN.10
EX-313. "Southern Tobacconist & Modern Farmer/Jamestown Exposition": 3.25x6.25" ad card, 1907. E $12 MIN.6
EX-314. "Souvenir Anchor Made From Iron of 'Merrimac-Virginia'": 1.25x.75" iron anchor attached to FAULTY (water toned; crs; tear; etc.) 3.5x6.25" card by Jamestown Exposition Co.", 1907, AS IS ONLY. E $15
EX-315. Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Expo: 1.25" diam.red wax impression of official Expo seal on irreg.2.75x3.75" thin card (nearly complete; couple small pieces out), 1909. E $15
EX-316. Lot 3) Blatz Gum Co./Chicago World's Fair: 2.25x3" cards w/illus.Expo bldgs; #4 (lite soiled back), #10, #18 from set of 32, 1933. E $12 MIN.6
EX-317. "Petrolagar Lab, Inc., Exhibit: 4x6.25" 2-panel ad pamphlet w/illus."The Doctor" painting inside, handed out at Century of Progress Expo, 1933. E $15 MIN.8
EX-318. "Durkee Famous Food Recipes/A Century of Progress-Chicago": 4.75x5.5" 20-pg.illus.booklet, 1934, (few faults). E $15
EX-319. "Owens-Illinois Glass Containers": 3x6" 8-panel illus.pamphlet (opens to 6x22.5"); Century of Progess Expo info & illus.glass factory manufacturing process, 1934. E $24 MIN.12
EX-320. "The Sky Ride/World's Fair Chicago 1934": elongated penny w/illus.ride. E $15
EX-321. "Streets of Paris/Century of Progress/Chicago 1934": 3x4.5" cardboard "frame" w/photo of 2 men (minor faults). E $15

FIRST DAY COVERS & EARLY USAGES
FC-1. 114, A, New York, NY, [1869] (May 17), G+ CDS/cork; early use on cvr (trim L). E $40
FC-2. 232, F, New York/D, NY, 1893 (Jan 21), G+ duplex; EARLY use, w/2c Sc.220 on black-border MOURNING cvr (lite tone) to Italy. E $50
FC-3. 295, F-A, Buffalo, NY, 1901 (May 10), F B01-15C Pan-Am Expo slogan; Irving Kester Seed Co.cc; 10th day of use on cvr (lite tone; trim L, just in cc). E $24 MIN.12
FC-4. 328, A, Boston, MA, 1907 (May 6), G+ Amer/B14(1); EARLY use; "Frank P. Brown, Postage Stamps" cc on 1c PSE (trim L). E $15
FC-5. 331, F (SE at L; selvage w/part guide line at B), Washigton, DC, 1908 (Dec 24), VF Int'l; EARLY use on PPC. E $20
FC-6. 367, F (L margin tear; lite cr), Morrillton, AR, 1909 (Feb 12), G+ duplex on faulty 1st DAY COVER (ruff L; long tears B; lite tone) from former Confederate state. AS IS for faults. E $180 MIN.90
FC-7. 372, F (few nib perfs; tip cr; SE at L), Stockertown, PA, 1909 (Sep 27), G+ duplex (dial hi: "OCKER" mostly off) H.B.Semple Druggits illus.ad; 3rd day of use on cvr to Philadelphia Stamp Co. E $40
FC-8. 391, A, Boston, MA, 1911 (Apr 1), VG Amer/B14(10) (EKU) on cvr. E $1000
FC-9. 397, F, Atlantic City, NJ, 1913 (Jan 12), VG Int'l; EARLY use on PPC. E $20
FC-10. 397, F, Kansas City/Sta.B, MO, 1915 (Jan 23), G+ duplex; EARLY use on PPC. E $14
FC-11. 409 w/Mail-o-Meter ty.IV perfs; A (full perfs at R; SE at L), St.Louis, MO, 1912 (Apr 10), G+ Int'l; EARLY use; Bemis Bro.Bag Co.cc on cvr. E $200
FC-12. 534B w/Schermack ty.3 perfs; F-A, Chicago, IL, 1920 (Nov 24), VG Univ. (EARLY; EKU?) Carson Pirie Scott cc on window cvr (upper L crnr slit, just in cc; lite toned around window). E $2000
FC-13. 551 block/4, F (SE at R), Washington, DC, 1925 (Apr 4), VF duplex on FDC to Nickles. E $15
FC-14. 617-619, F, Boston, MA, 1925 (Apr 4), G CDS (town mostly not struck but date shows clearly) 1c +2c +5c on FDC. E $150
FC-15. 622, F, North Bend, OH, 1926 (Jan 11), F duplex on FDC. E $150 MIN.75
FC-16. 627, F, Philadelphia, PA, 1926 (May 10), VG P26-12-01 Expo slogan on FDC. E $15
FC-17. 643/644, A/F, Bennington, VT, 1927, F Int'l tying 2c Vermont at upper R; Albany, NY, F Univ.(inverted strike) tying 2c Burgoyne at lower L; both Aug 3; drummer cachet; on SAME FDC. E $60 MIN.30
FC-18. 644, F (margin tear B), Schuylerville, NY, 1927, G+ Amer/A14; Revolutionary War soldier cachet; UNOFFICIAL CITY on FDC. E $60 MIN.30
FC-19. 671, A, Auburn, NE, 1929 (Apr 15), F Int'l; PM's signature on cvr. E $1200 MIN.600
FC-20. 671, A, Harrington, NE, 1929 (Apr 15), VG Int'l on cvr. E $300 MIN.150
FC-21. 728 (block/4), F-A, Chicago, IL, 1933 (May 25), F duplex; Gill cachet ty.728-33a8 on FDC. E $20
FC-22. 728 (block/4), F-A, Chicago, IL, 1933 (May 25), F C33-13/55 Expo slogan; cachet ty.728-56a on FDC. E $30
FC-23. 728/729, F, Chicago, IL, 1933 (May 25), VG C33-13/47 Expo slogan; cachet ty.728-9-1 on FDC. E $15
FC-24. 728/729, F, Chicago, IL, 1933 (May 25), F C33-13/55 Expo slogan; cachet ty.728-9-58a on FDC. E $30
FC-25. 729, F, Chicago, IL, 1933 (May 25), F C33-13/55 Expo slogan (lite tone) cachet ty.729-5 on FDC. E $12 MIN.6
FC-26. 729, F, Chicago, IL, 1933 (May 25), F C33-13/55 Expo slogan; cachet ty.729-64a(?) on FDC. E $30
FC-27. 730; sheet of 25; Chicago/A.P.S.Convention Sta., IL, 1933 (Aug 25), VG 4-bar on 6.25x9.5" cacheted cvr. E $100 MIN.50
FC-28. 731a, block/4; F, Chicago/A.P.S.Convention Sta., IL, 1933 (Aug 25), VG 4-bar on cacheted cvr. E $15 MIN.8
FC-29. 737-738: Lot 17) Washington, DC, 1934 (May 2), (couple minor faults) 4 w/blocks of 4; all diff.cachets on FDC's. MIN.$38
FC-30. 773San Diego/Cal-Pac Int'l Expo Sta., CA, 1935 (May 29), VG+ machine on cacheted FDC. E $14
FC-31. 778, F (bit cr tip), New York/TIPEX Sta., NY, 1936, VF 4-bar on cacheted FDC. E $14
FC-32. 796 (block/4), F, Manteo, NC, 1937 (Aug 18), VF Univ.; Plimpton cachet on FDC. E $20
FC-33. 852, F-A, San Francisco/Golden Gate Sta., CA, 1939 (Feb 18), G+ Univ.; Crosby Expo cachet w/small photo applique (tower) on FDC (bit lite gum tone). E $30
FC-34. 895, F, Washington, DC, 1940 (Apr 14), F Univ.; Crosby cachet w/small photo applique (Pan-Am Bldg) on FDC. E $20
FC-35. 901, F, World's Fair Sta., NY, 1940 (Oct 20), VF 4-bar; "The White House" engraved cc on FDC (bit lite gum tone). E $24
FC-36. 934 pair, F, Washington, DC, 1945 (Sep 28), F Univ.; Staehle cachet on FDC to South Africa. E $15 MIN.8
FC-37. 934, F, Washington, DC, 1945 (Sep 28), VF Univ.; Crosby cachet w/tiny photo applique (eagle & "V") on FDC. E $20
FC-38. 935 pair, F, Washington, DC, 1945 (Oct 27), F Univ.; Staehle cachet on FDC to South Africa. E $15 MIN.8
FC-39. 936 pair, F, Washington, DC, 1945 (Nov 10), G+ Univ.; Staehle cachet on FDC to South Africa. E $15 MIN.8
FC-40. 940, F, Washington, DC, 1946 (May 9), VF Univ.; Crosby cachet w/small photo applique (landing craft) on unadd.FDC. E $20
FC-41. 944, F, Santa Fe, NM, 1946 (Oct 16), F Univ.; Crosby cachet w/small photo applique (capitol bldg) on unadd.FDC. E $20
FC-42. 995 (block/4 +single), F, Valley Forge, PA, 1950, G Univ.; Staehle cachet on FDC to U.S.ZONE GERMANY. E $30 MIN.15
FC-43. 1295, F, Smyrna, DE, 1966 (Dec 3), VF Univ.; ArtCraft cachet on unadd.FDC. E $40
FC-44. 2196, F, Twain Harte, CA, 1987 (Aug 25), VF Univ.; Colorano silk cachet on unadd.FDC. E $20
FC-45. C10, F, Washington, DC, 1927 (Jun 18), F Int'l on FDC. E $15
FC-46. C10, F, Air Mail Field/Chicago, IL, 1927 (Jun 18), G+ black 4-bar on stamp; blue-green 4-bar at L; on FDC. E $50
FC-47. C10, A, Detroit, MI, 1927 (Jun 18), G+ duplex (lite tone; crs) portrait & map cachet on FDC. E $16
FC-48. C10, F, St.Louis, MO, 1927 (Jun 18), F Int'l on cacheted FDC. E $16
FC-49. C11 pair, F, Washington, DC, 1928 (Jul 25), F duplex on FDC. E $30 MIN.15
FC-50. C17, F, Washington, DC, 1932 (Sep 26), F Int'l on FDC (lite tone). E $14
FC-51. C23, F, St.Petersburg/Amer.Air Mail Soc'y Convention Sta., FL, 1938 (May 14), G+ machine; Wright Bros.cachet on FDC. E $15
FC-52. CE1, F, Chicago/Amer.Air Mail Soc'y Convention Sta., IL, 1934 (Aug 30), VG machine on cacheted FDC. E $24
FC-53. Q1, F-A (2 tiny tip faults), Blue Earth, MN, 1913 (Jul 8), G+ duplex; EARLY 8th day use on PPC. E $14
FC-54. U526, Ann Arbor, MI, 1932 (Jan 1), G+ Univ. w/ERROR year; probably should be 1933, as this not issued until 6/16; Goodhew Floral Co.h/s cc on commer.PSE. E $20
FC-55. UC1, Washington, DC, 1929 (Jan 12), F Int'l on FDC. E $20

FOREIGN DESTINATIONS / Need the "US International Postal Rates 1872-1996" book? We have it!
FD-1. New York/Grand Cent Anx, NY, 1941 (Nov 19), partial duplex; to Aruba; 20c +5c Prexies on cvr to electrician on S.S.Joshua Macy; 3 diff.Sandard Oil Co./Marine Dept.h/s (2 on back); returned to sender 5+ months after mailed. E $24
FD-2. Yellowstone Park, WY, 1958, VG Int'l; to Australia; 10c Indep.Hall on air PPC. E $12 MIN.6
FD-3. Honolulu, HI, 1960, VG machine; to Australia; 10c Indep.Hall on air PPC. E $12 MIN.6
FD-4. New Haven, CT, 1880s, F CDS/cork; to BAHAMAS; 2x 1c banknote on 3x5.5" 3c PSE to "Nassau, N.P." (New Providence isld). E $16
FD-5. Orlando, FL, 1999, G machine; to Bangladesh; "Ascension Isld/Green Mountain/South Atlantic Ocean" VF undated pictorial h/s as "origin" at L; Ascension return add. on air cvr. Odd use. E $15
FD-6. Gilman, VT, 1941, partial duplex; to Belgium; "Per Air Mail to Lisbon" instruction; Nazi censor tape & h/s on back; on cvr, returned to sender. E $20
FD-7. New York/B, NY, 1887, VF duplex (lite tone; L tip nick) to Belgium; bit cr 5c Garfield on cvr. E $12 MIN.6
FD-8. Warrenton, VA, 1894, G+ CDS/cork; to Belgium; pair 2c red on 1c Colum.PSE. E $12 MIN.6
FD-9. Toledo, OH, 1945 (Jan 19), VF Univ.; to BORNEO, w/"Returned to Sender by Censor" printed adhesive label covering most of address; "Bee & Gee" cc; censor tape at L; 5c coil Wash.(Sc.496) used late on cvr. E $50
FD-10. Chicago/Auburn Park Sta., IL, 1937, VF duplex (toned; crs) to Brazil; 30c +10c on censored #10 air cvr. E $15
FD-11. Littleton, NH, 1934, G+ Int'l (crs; lite tone) to BRITISH WEST INDIES; 3x 1c on PPC. E $20
FD-12. Willmar, MN, 1928, VG Int'l (bit lite tone) to CAMEROUN; Kandiyohi County Bank cc; 3c Lincoln on 2c PSE. E $16
FD-13. Rockport, MA, [1854], weak, partial CDS (edge tear T) to CANADA; "U.States/6d." enclosed arc h/s on stampless cvr to Amherstburg, UC, & fwd to Chatham. E $20
FD-14. Duquesne, PA, 1908, F duplex (pinholes; lite tone) to Canal Zone; 2c Sc.319 on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
FD-15. Washington, DC, 1927, G+ Int'l (bit lite tone) to Chile; 2c Wash. on PPC. E $15
FD-16. Jamaica, NY, 1946, G+ Int'l; to China; on air cvr to "Gen'l Wiedemeyer, Commanding Gen'l, Chungking". E $16
FD-17. Woonsocket, RI, 1946, G Int'l; to China; 10c +2x 30c transport airs on cvr, fwd back to U.S. E $14
FD-18. Mount Carmel, IL, 1944, VG Int'l (trim R; tear R) to China; censor tape L; 20c + bit faulty 50c transport airs on cvr, returned to sender. E $20
FD-19. San Francisco, CA, [1899], G Barry (year mostly not struck) to China; S.Foster cc on 1c PSE w/Shanghai/Deutsche Post G+ CDS as transit b/s. E $20
FD-20. New York/Church St.Anx, NY, 1938, G+ duplex (edge tears; bit cr) to Colombia; on air cvr. E $12 MIN.6
FD-21. New York, NY, 1941, G+ duplex (bit ruff trim R; bit trim T; cr) to Colombia; 10c air +2x $1 Prexies on #10 cvr w/"By Air Mail/Via Brownsville" h/s instruction. E $20
FD-22. Chicago, IL, 1944, G Univ. (bit trim T) to Colombia; censor tape L; 30c transport air +5c Luxembourg flag on cvr. E $15
FD-23. New York/Grand Cent Anx, NY, 1941 (Dec 12), F duplex (crs) to Colombia; censor tape L; 3x 10c Prexies +2c +3c Defense on #10 air cvr, 5 days after Pearl Harbor attack. E $20
FD-24. New York, NY, 1941 (Dec 10), VG duplex (crs) to Colombia; censor tape L; 5c +$1 Prexies on #10 air cvr, 3 days after Pearl Harbor attack. E $24
FD-25. Minneapolis, MN, 1899, F Barry (slight ruff T; no flap) to Cuba; on cvr to soldier in Pinar del Rio. E $12 MIN.6
FD-26. Akron, OH, 1921, partial CDS as origin b/s (bit ruff trim L) to Czechoslovakia; 10c +2x 2c +faulty 1c on reg'd cvr. E $20
FD-27. New York/Foregin, NY, 1926, VG double oval as origin b/s (lite tone; heavy cr; trim L) to Czechoslovakia; 2x 10c Monroe on reg'd cvr. E $15
FD-28. Brooklyn/Sta.W, NY, 1911, F Int'l; to EAST RUSSIAN-POLAND; 2c Wash. on PPC w/Lodzi G+ DCDS as recd. E $15
FD-29. New York/Sta.P, NY, 1904, G+ Int'l w/dateless dial (crs) to Egypt; on unsealed 1c PSE. E $14
FD-30. New York, NY, 1908, G+ Int'l; to England; "Per 'Campania.'" h/s instruction on 2c PSE. E $8
FD-31. White Plains, NY, 1915, G+ Univ.; to England; "Via S.S.Northland" typed at L; Hotel Ritz/Picadilly h/s applied & lined thru; on 2c PSE; 1.5p tied by London G+ DCDS when fwd to Paris, then fwd to N.Y.City. E $20
FD-32. Kineo(?), ME, 1904, partial CDS (dial hi: town mostly off; o/s; upper L tip slit; L edge tone) to England; Baring Bros.oval forwarding h/s as b/s; London pictorial machine as fwd on cvr w/large "Cunard S.S.Co., Liverpool" fwd label on address. E $20
FD-33. Detroit, MI, 1892, G duplex (bit uneven slit upper R) to England; fwd to Rome, Italy; then to Florence; then to Venice; bit faulty 5c Grant on cvr w/Hotel Florence, Venice, h/s applied in transit at upper L. E $15 MIN.8
FD-34. Denver, CO, 1949, VF 4-bar & partial Univ.; to Fiji; Denver Museum of Natural History cc; 25c Prexie on air cvr. E $20
FD-35. Hohokus, NJ, 1898, G CDS/cork (town obscured; part lite tone) to FInland; 1c blue on 1c GPC. E $15 MIN.8
FD-36. Cleveland, OH, 1933, G+ duplex (trim L) to Finland; 2x 1c on 3c PSE. E $15
FD-37. New York, U.S.A./Foreign, NY, 1910, G+ double oval (rim & "N" partly off edge) to France; 1c Frank wrapped around T edge on PPC w/"Post Card" printed header lined thru. E $14
FD-38. New York/Sta.P, NY, 1908, G+ Int'l w/dateless dial; to GERMANY on unsealed 2c PSE. E $14
FD-39. Detroit, MI, 1940, G+ Int'l; to Germany; 1.5c M.Washington +1/2c Hale on 1c GPC Sc.UX27 w/F+ Nazi censor pictorial repeater machine tying stamps. E $20
FD-40. New York, NY, [1877], partial duplex; to Germany; 1c banknote on 1c GPC. E $14
FD-41. Newark, NJ, 1885, G+ duplex; to Germany; 1c banknote on 1c GPC Sc.UX8. E $12 MIN.6
FD-42. Newport/Dayton Br., KY, 1902, G+ duplex; to Germany; 2c red on priv.mailing card. E $12 MIN.6
FD-43. Dubuque, IA, 1906, G+ Barry; to Germany; fwd to Norway; fwd to Denmark; 2x 2c Sc.319 on PPC. E $20
FD-44. Lincoln's New Salem, IL, 1953, VF 4-bar (dial bit hi; bit cr) to GREECE; 15c green Liberty & skyline air on PPC. E $20
FD-45. Quincy, MA, 1928, VF duplex (lite tone) to Guernsey, Channel Islds; strip/4x 2c White Plains on cvr. E $20
FD-46. Norwalk, CT, 1959, VG machine; to Haiti; 10c Pan Am Games on cvr. E $14
FD-47. Deadwood, SD, 1891, G+ CDS/cork (dial bit hi; tears T, 1 in rim; lite crs) to Holland; "Black Hills Sandstone Co., Buffalo Gap, Dakota" cc; 5c Grant on cvr. E $15
FD-48. Bell, CA, 1939, F duplex & G+ Int'l (trim R; lite tone) to Hong Kong, China; 50c +20c clippers on cvr. E $15 MIN.8
FD-49. Colorado Springs, CO, 1953, G+ DCDS (bit uneven trim R) to HONG KONG; 15c green Liberty air + 10c Pan Am air on cvr. E $16
FD-50. Schenectady, NY, 1959, G+ machine; to Iceland; 7c Alaska air +8c Kossuth on cvr. E $14
FD-51. Cleveland, OH, 1987, G+ machine; to Iceland; 44c air on 4.75x7" cvr. E $12 MIN.6
FD-52. Cleveland/Airport Br., OH, 1989, G DCDS; to Iceland; 45c French Revolution air on 4.5x6" cvr. E $12 MIN.6
FD-53. Pac Jct & Denver/RPO, 1903, partial 933-T-1 (ruff R to stamp; lite tone) to INDIA; 3x Sc.300 on 2c PSE. E $16
FD-54. New Haven, CT, 1943, F duplex (lite tone; crs) to India; censor tape L; 50c +20c Prexies on air cvr. E $16
FD-55. New York/Grand Cent Anx, NY, 1942, G+ duplex (crs) to Iran; censor tape L; 50c clipper +20c transport air on cvr. E $20
FD-56. New Haven, CT, 1951, G+ duplex; to Iraq; 10c +3c +2c Prexies on cvr, returned to sender. E $14
FD-57. NewYork/Grand Cent.Anx, NY, 1945, G+ duplex (crs) to Ireland; 6c +3x 8c transport airs on cvr. E $15
FD-58. Detroit/Ft.Shelby Sta., MI, [1971], partial DCDS/roller (tears T) to Israel; 45c special del. +15c Liberty air on 10c #10 air PSE. E $15
FD-59. New York, NY, 1954, F Int'l; to Israel; 8c Prexie on 3x4" cvr w/enc., returned to sender. E $15 MIN.8
FD-60. Los Angeles, CA, 1960, VG+ Univ.; to Israel; bit faulty 22c Prexie +3c Centenary on air cvr w/add.label in Hebrew. E $15 MIN.8
FD-61. Waterford, NY, 1960, VG DCDS; to ITALY; 15c Liberty air on cvr. E $12 MIN.6
FD-62. Metuchen, NJ, 1934, G+ duplex; to Jamaica; 2x 5c globe air on 3c PSE to passenger on S.S.Atlantida, Standard Fruit & Steamship Co. E $15 MIN.8
FD-63. Los Angeles/Term.Anx, CA, 1943, VF duplex & Univ. (bit ruff slit T) to Jamaica; censor tapes L & R; 15c Prexie (partly covered) +pair 3c Win the War on air cvr. E $15 MIN.8
FD-64. Harrison, ME, 1923, G+ Univ. (edge tears R; crs) to JAPAN on PPC w/message in Japanese. E $15
FD-65. Crossplains, TX, 1907, G+ Doane 2/4 (dial hi: "PL" partly off; o/s) to Japan; 2c Sc.319 on PPC, fwd to Shanghai, China. E $15 MIN.8
FD-66. Lot 6) PPCs, 1906-8, to Japan; 5 w/2c Sc.319; 1 w/1c Sc.300 pr.; all w/Kobe DCDS as recd. MIN.$15
FD-67. Haines Falls, NY, 1895, G+ CDS/target (edge wear; crs; lite tone) to LAOS; Woman's Foreign Missionary Soc'y cc; 5c Grant on cvr w/"Sea Post Office/B"; Moulmein; Raheng; & Chinegmai CDS as b/s, rec'd nearly 2 mos.after mailed. E $30
FD-68. Chicago, IL, 1954, F Univ. (trim R) to Lebanon; 2 due markings at L; 5c Prexie on cvr w/3 diff.dues on back. E $15 MIN.8
FD-69. Flushing, NY, 1967, G+ machine; to Monaco; 8c air on 7c air PSE. E $20
FD-70. Rangeley, ME, 1914, G+ duplex; to Norway, fwd to England; on cvr. E $15
FD-71. Jacksonville, FL, 1904, VG Int'l (uneven toned) to Norway; 2c Sc.301 on PPC. E $14
FD-72. Duluth/W.Duluth Sta., MN, 1945, VG Int'l; to Norway; 2c wheat on 1c Sc.UX27 w/censor h/s. E $14
FD-73. New Haven, CT, 1952, G+ duplex (return add.part smear) to NORWAY; 2x 15c + bit scuff 15c green air on cvr. E $15
FD-74. Muskegon, MI, 1888, F duplex (bit ruff trim R) to Norway; 5c Grant on cvr. E $20
FD-75. Frankfort, KY, 1893, G duplex; to Norway; Miles & Son Merchant Millers fancy ad cc; 2c +1c on 2c PSE. E $15 MIN.8
FD-76. Cambridge/C, MA, 1927, VG Univ.(bit ruff slit T; cr) to Norway; Oslo repeater as b/s; Carter's Ink logo cc on 5c #10 PSE, returned "Inconnu". E $15
FD-77. New York/Church St.Anx, NY, 1940, G+ duplex; to Paraguay; 2x 20c clipper airs on cvr. E $15 MIN.8
FD-78. New York/Church St.Anx, NY, 1941, VF duplex; to Paraguay; 50c +30c Prexies on air cvr. E $15 MIN.8
FD-79. Templeton, MA, 1907, G+ 4-bar (tip cr) to ROMANIA, w/2 diff.Bucarest DCDS as recd; 2x 1c Sc.300 on PPC. E $15
FD-80. Penwell, TX, 1946, G+ duplex (part ruff slit L; crs) to Russia; 2x 20c +2c 10c Prexies on air cvr w/enc., returned to sender. E $15 MIN.8
FD-81. Cleveland, OH, 1884, partial duplex (upper L crnr tear thru cc; tip scuff) to Scotland; 2c brown +1c banknote on 2c PSE. E $15
FD-82. Mexico, ME, 1906, G duplex (bit lite tone; tip crs) to Scotland; 2c Sc.319 on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
FD-83. Urbana, IL, 1929, partial duplex (tears) to Singapore, Straits Settlements; "Air Mail to Seattle" & "Via S.S.Pres.Madison from Seattle" ms instructions on cvr. E $20
FD-84. New York/Sta.P, NY, 1945, F Int'l; to South Africa; 20c +10c Prexies on air cvr. E $14
FD-85. Hackensack, NJ, 1954, VF duplex (trim T) to South Africa; 3x2c +pair 1c on cvr w/enc. E $14
FD-86. Pittsburgh, PA, 1959, F Int'l; to South Africa; 5c Monroe on PC. E $12 MIN.6
FD-87. Clayton, NY, 1949, G Int'l (crs) to South Africa; 8 stamps on air cvr. E $12 MIN.6
FD-88. New York/Church St.Sta., NY, 1952, VG Int'l (no flap) to South Africa; pair 10c +pair 1c Prexies +3c NATO on 3x4.75" air cvr w/enc. E $15
FD-89. New York/Times Square Sta., NY, 1946, G duplex; to Southern Rhodesia; 50c +10c transport airs on cvr. E $16
FD-90. Shirley, MA, 1907, F duplex (crs; part toned) to Spain; 1c Sc.300 on 1c GPC Sc.UX18. E $14
FD-91. New Orleans, LA, 1941, VF Univ.; to Straits Settlements; censor tape L; 5c Prexie on cvr; Penang VG DCDS applied when fwd to Singapore; Amer.Consulate boxed h/s on back. E $20
FD-92. (Brooten), MN, 1950, G duplex (town mostly off T) to SWEDEN; 15c green Liberty air on PPC. E $14
FD-93. New York/Hudson Term.Sta., NY, 1921, G+ Univ. (dial hi) to SWEDEN; 1c Wash. on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
FD-94. Marshfield, OR, 1922, G+ Amer/A14 (tip cr) to SWEDEN; 2c Wash. on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
FD-95. Boston, MA, 1926, G+ Int'l (cr; bit lite tone) to SWEDEN; 3c Lincoln on PPC. E $8
FD-96. New York/Y, NY, 1904, G+ duplex (crs) to Sweden; 5c Lincoln Sc.304 on PPC w/PROHIBITED "Postal Card" wording at T. E $20
FD-97. New York, NY, 1963, G Int'l; to SWITZERLAND; 11c Liberty on PPC. E $12 MIN.6
FD-98. Cincinnati/Sta.V, OH, 1905, VG Colum. (lite tone; bit ruff slit T) to SWITZERLAND; Consulate of Switzerland cc; 5c Lincoln on cvr. E $15

LITERATURE
LT-1. "Abridged U.S. Postal Guide/July 1921": pub. Government Printing Office; 628-pg. 9x6" softbound, regulations & alphabetical list of offices (cover separated; very toned; few pgs missing), 1921. E $30
LT-2. "The Barney & Smith Company, Car Builders, Dayton, Ohio": Trotsel; 232-pg. 8.75x11.25" hardbound, history w/illus., diagrams & technical material, 1993. E $180
LT-3. "Canada Domestic & International Postal Rates & Fees 1870-1999": Smith & Wawrukiewicz; 44-pg. 8.5x11" 3-hole punched in binder, rate tables & some illus. & explanations, 2000. E $24
LT-4. "Chasing Trains, The Lifetime Story of the Founder of the Colorado Railroad Museum": Richardson; 432-pg. 8.75x11.25" hardbound, biographical information & world wide travel experiences of this "rail fan" (small dent in B edge of back cover), 1995. E $12 MIN.6
LT-5. "The Complete Roster of Heavyweight Pullman Cars": Wayner pub; 289-pg. 8.5x11" softbound, illus. & listing of the cars & technical material (water spots on spine), 1985. E $130
LT-6. "The Congress Book 1995": pub. American Philatelic Congress, Inc.; 185-pg. 7x10.25" hardbound, various articles including one on U.S. imprint mail, 1995. E $24
LT-7. "A Contemporary Account of the First U. S. Postal Cards 1870-1875": Fricke; 146-pg. 9.25x8" hardbound, historical background & essays w/information on production & first days (cover wear; pages separating; notes inside), 1973. E $12 MIN.6
LT-8. "Croffutt's Grip-Sack Guide to Colorado 1885": Croffutt; 264-pg. 8.5x11" softbound, reprint of encyclopedia of the state w/towns, camps, post offices, fishing spots, etc.; inc.25.5x34" map of state w/ads on back, 1980. E $70
LT-9. "The Forwarding of the Mail by the U.S. Post Office Department,1792-2001": Wawrukiewicz; 230-pg. 8.5x11.25" hardbound, A logical & easy reference to the subject w/many illus. & explanations, 2001. E $40
LT-10. "Fremdworterbuch Der Philatelie": pub. Kylling; 139-pg. 8.25x5.75" softbound, philatelic dictionary w/terms translated from Danish, English, French, Italian, Spanish & Portuguese to German, 1985. E $24 MIN.12
LT-11. "George L. Beam & the Denver & Rio Grande, Vol.1 & 2": Thode; 280-pg.each; 8.5x11" hardbound, Beams photos of trains & scenery 1892-1934 & text by another former railroad employee w/Vol.2 autographed (plastic dust covers), 1986 & 1989. E $200
LT-12. "Guia Mundial De Escritores Filatelicos/World Guide of Philatelic Writers": Giordano; 80-pg. 8.25x5.75" softbound, Argentine publication (lite edge wear), 2001. E $12 MIN.6
LT-13. "Illinois Post Offices: A Listing & Guide to Postal Scarcity": Mehrer; 192-pg. 5.5x8.5" softbound, alphabetical listing w/town, county, opening & closing dates, name changes, scarcity & valuation (cover wear; pen & pencil notes), 1996. E $24
LT-14. "The Illustrated Book of Steam & Rail": Garratt & Wade-Matthews; 512-pg. 6.75x8.75" softbound, history & development of the train & guide to world's great railway journeys, 2003. E $15 MIN.8
LT-15. "The Lake Superior Iron Ore Railroads, The World's Heaviest Trains": Dorin; 144-pg. 8.5x10.75" hardbound, description of hauling iron ore for steel production in the Great Lakes area, 1969. E $24
LT-16. "Life of William McKinley & Complete Story of His Assassination": Everett; 444-pg. 7.5x9.75" hardbound, biography; several photos & other illus. (cover wear; some page toning but complete), 1901. E $15 MIN.8
LT-17. "Linn's World Stamp Almanac/6th Edition":: 1056-pg. 6x9" softbound, includes listing of stamp organizations, stamp design & production, etc. (cover wear), 2000. E $55
LT-18. "Louisville & Nashville Railroad 1850-1963": Herr; 402-pg. 7x10" hardbound, history of the line begun in 1943 & updated in this 5th ed'n, 1964. E $60
LT-19. "Mail By Rail, The Story of the Postal Transportation Service": Long & Dennis; 414-pg. 5.5x8.75" hardbound, stories of those who processed mail on the railway mail service inc.highway buses, 1951. E $24
LT-20. "Mail Memories": Kaduck; 68-pg. 8.5x11" softbound, 1500 pictures w/prices; 1971. E $12 MIN.6
LT-21. "Mansions on Rails, The Folklore of the Private Railway Car": Beebe; 382-pg. 8x11" hardbound, stories of the luxurious cars w/many pictures of interiors/exteriors (stains on cover from dust cover), 1959. E $60
LT-22. "The Midland Route: A Colorado Midland Guide & Data Book": McFarland; 350-pg. 8.75x11.25" hardbound, history w/trip from 1908 & 50 years later; w/14-pg timetable 4x8.75" & 2-sided route map 33x15.5", 1980. E $120
LT-23. "More Classic Trains": Dubin; 512-pg. 8.5x11.5" hardbound, 1500 illus.of various dining & sleeping cars, 1976. E $40
LT-24. "Mr. Pullman's Elegant Palace Car": Beebe; 575-pg. 8.75x11.25" hardbound, text w/many illus., mostly interiors, 1961. E $50
LT-25. "National Zip Code Directory": pub. Zip Code Pub. Co.; 128-pg. 6x10.25" softbound, alphabetical listing by state & town (cover wear; toned pages), 1967. E $12 MIN.6
LT-26. "The Nickel Plate Story": Rehor; 483-pg. 8.5x11.5" hardbound, story of the NYC & St L after the breakup of the Vanderbilt monopoly, 1974. E $40
LT-27. "North Western Lines, Vol.1, No.1, Proviso Yard": C & NW Historical Society pub; 48-pg. 8.5x11" magazine, society journal w/feature article on the Proviso Yard 1944, yesterday & modern times, 1989. E $12 MIN.6
LT-28. "The Northern Pacific/Main Street of the Northwest": Wood; 208-pg. 8.5x10.75" hardbound, pictorial history, 1968. E $15 MIN.8
LT-29. "Pacific Slope Railroads 1854 to 1900": Abdill; 182-pg. 8.25x10.5" hardbound, pictorial history (inscription inside), 1959. E $12 MIN.6
LT-30. "Pennsylvania Postal History": Kay & Smith; 564-pg. 9.25x6" hardbound, alphabetical listing of counties & towns w/dates of operation & postmasters (cover wear; binding separating at spine back cover), 1976. E $15 MIN.8
LT-31. "Picture Postcards in the U.S.1893-1918": Ryan; 280-pg. 8.5x11" softbound, chapters including postcard era, advertising, exposition & signed artists, etc. (cover crs & separating from spine), 1982. E $120
LT-32. "Plating of the First U.S. Postal Card Vol.1": Fricke; 70-pg. 9.25x8" hardbound, complete plating w/17x11" supplement including relationship chart (cover & page toning; some pages separating), 1973. E $15 MIN.8
LT-33. "PMCC Directory of Post Offices": pub. PMCC; est.250-pg. 8.5x11" 3-hole punched, individual state lists of ZIP codes compiled by members, 2001. E $40 MIN.20
LT-34. "Postcards of Hitler's Germany, Vol.1, 1923-1936/Postal Stationery/Printed to Private Order/Propaganda": Bender; 368-pg. 6.25x9.5" hardbd, 1923-33 party struggle & 1934-36 cards in chronological order; illus.; some in color (spine wear), 1995. E $50
LT-35. "Postcards of Hitler's Germany, Vol.2, 1937-9/Postal Stationery/Printed to Private Order/Propaganda": Bender; 360-pg. 6.25x9.5" hardbound, cards in chronological order; illus.; some in color (cover wear spine), 1998. E $50
LT-36. "Postcards of Hitler's Germany, Vol.3, 1940-5/Postal Stationery/Printed to Private Order/Propaganda": Bender; 299-pg. 6.25x9.5" hardbd, cards in chronological order & stationery of annexed & occupied areas, all illus.; some in color (cover wear), 2003. E $50
LT-37. "Postmarks on Postcards/Rev.2nd Edition": Helbock; 290-pg. 5.5x8.5" softbound, introduction to U.S. postmarks of 1900-20 era; 2002. E $24
LT-38. "The President Travels by Train": Withers; 432-pg. 8.75x11.25" hardbound, unopened copy w/coverage from John Quincy Adams to modern, 1996. E $60
LT-39. "Pullman, An experiment in Industrial Order & Community Planning 1880-1930": Buder; 263-pg. 5.5x8.5" hardbound, story of Pullman's model town constructed south of Chicago around his factory, 1967. E $65
LT-40. "Railroads & the Rockies, A Record of Lines In & Near Colorado": Ormes; 406-pg. 6.25x9.25" hardbound, overview of railroad development in the West & alphabetical listing of each line w/info on each, 1963. E $50
LT-41. "The Rainbow Route, An Illus.History": Sloan/Skowronski; 416-pg. 8.75x11.25" hardbd, autographed; numbered; story of 3 narrow gauge lines that operated from Silverton w/18x9.75" system map & 18x25" Silverton contour map (minor dents B edge), 1975. E $150
LT-42. "Rand McNally World Atlas": 224-pg. 9.25x11.25" hardbound, 1984. E $12 MIN.6
LT-43. "Silent Precancels": Smith; 150-pg. 8.5x11" spiral bound, guide of precancel lines, bars & designs w/state by state list (small nick T cover & few pgs), 1995. E $24
LT-44. "Silver San Juan, The Rio Grande Southern": Ferrell; 643-pg. 8.75x11.25" hardbound, story of the most spectacular of mountain railroading ever conceived plus 29.5x11" 4-pg. employee timetable & 22.5x23" maps 1890-1953, 1973. E $120
LT-45. "The Silver Short Line, A History of the Virginia & Truckee Railroad": Wurm & Demoro; 260-pg. 8.75x11.25" hardbound, pictorial history (edge wear B cover), 1983. E $70
LT-46. "Some Classic Trains": Dubin; 434-pg. 8.5x11.5" hardbound, 1300 illus.of various dining & sleeping cars w/2 brochures: 4 panel 1920 ad 6x28" & 8 panel Oriental Limited flyer for Seattle World's Fair 1909 11.25X42", 1972. E $90
LT-47. "Special Airship Mail & Postcard Catalog 2005": ed.Moroz; 497-pg. 5x8.5" softbound, catalog w/all German, American & British airship mail 1900-2004 w/many postmarks illus.; valued in U.S. dollars, 2005. E $34
LT-48. "Standard Flag Cancel Encyclopedia/3rd Edition": Langford; 117-pg. 8.5x11" hardbound, definitive catalog on flag types w/illus. (cover wear; colored pencil marks; edges soiled), 1976. E $24
LT-49. "Stanley Gibbons Postcard Catalogue/2nd edition": 265-pg. 7.25x9.75" softbound, listings of European postcards by categories in earlier edition w/more explanatory text, 1981. E $15 MIN.8
LT-50. "Stanley Gibbons Postcard Catalogue/4th edition": 322-pg. 4x8.25" softbound, listings of European postcards by categories: advertising, art, artists, royalty, etc., 1985. E $16
LT-51. "Steam, Steel & Limiteds": Kratville; 422-pg. 8.75x11.25" hardbound, considered most comprehensive book about America's 1907-1947 passenger trains, 1984 reprint. E $90
LT-52. "Thorp-Bartels Catalogue of U.S Stamped Envelopes, Century Edition (6th)": ed. Thorp; 597-pg. 9.25x6" hardbound, detailed early work w/values (cover neatly taped over w/additional tape but interior in good condition; some pencil scribbles & name), 1954. E $40
LT-53. "The Trains We Rode, Vol.1, Alton-New York Central": Beebe & Clegg; 465-pg. 8.75x11.25" hardbound, study of luxurious long distance travel w/800 illus. (edge wear cover), 1980. E $30
LT-54. "U.S. Doanes/Second Edition": Helbock & Anderson; 336-pg. 8.25x5.5" softbound, cancels w/earliest & latest known dates & valuation guide (cover wear), 2002. E $24 MIN.12
LT-55. "U.S. Official Postal Guide/January 1907": pub. Post Office Department; 940-pg. 7.5x5.25" softbound, regulations & alphabetical list of offices (cover separated; toned; pg crs), 1907. E $65
LT-56. "The U.S. Post Office in World War II": ed. Sherman; 504-pg. 8.5x11" hardbound, articles by various writers such as V-mail, APO, free service etc., 2002. E $200
LT-57. "U.S. Postal Card Catalog 2005": pub. United Postal Stationery Society; 425-pg. 6x9.25" hardbound, types w/varieties & values & many illus., 2005. E $40
LT-58. "With the Zeppelin to South America, Diary of the Round Trip 1931": Bruer; 196-pg. 5.25x8" softbound, based on author's diary & photographs during the flight w/English & German texts, 2002. E $34
LT-59. "Zeppelin Plus, Adventures-History-Philately": Moroz; 116-pg. 5.5x8.25" softbound, stories of airship aviation w/some results of auction material w/illustrations, 2001. E $34
LT-60. "Zeppelin Post Catalog": Sieger-Verlag; 419-pg. 4x8.25" softbound, Zeppelin flights & stamps w/illus.; values in Euros in German, 1995. E $15 MIN.8
LT-61. "Zeppelins in WW1, Special Zeppelin Mail & Postcards Catalog 2001": Frost pub; 125-pg. 5.5x8.5" softbound, all German military airships w/price guide of some markings plus German cigarette cards (some pages separated from spine), 2001. E $24


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