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Lot 182

Nashville, Tenn., 1861, Unissued 3¢ carmine (4AX1), horizontal pair, types II-III. Bright and fresh with large margins. Without gum as always. Very Fine.
Scott $800+

Expertization: with a 1995 P.F. certificate for a strip of 4, as former number 61X1, this being the middle pair from the strip.
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Lot 183
Lot 184
New Orleans, La., 1861, 5¢ brown (62X3), a fresh, four-margin horizontal pair with partial "(Off)ice." imprint at the top and a light (inverted) 19 Dec New Orleans c.d.s. Very Fine.
Scott $425
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Lot 185

1862, 2¢ green (3), an attractive mint single with full original gum and good margins all around except close at the lower left. F.-V.F.
Scott $1,000
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Lot 186
1862, 10¢ carmine (5a), a striking used single with fresh color, large margins (except close at the lower right) and a choice (inverted) Jul 2 Society (Hill), S.C. c.d.s. Tiny thin spot. But stunning, Very Fine appearance.
Scott $1,900

Expertization: with a 1998 P.F. certificate noting "small thin spot and light toned spots", the latter having been subsequently removed.
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Lot 187

1862, 5¢ light blue, London printing (6), full upper right pane of 100. Exceptionally well preserved with a bit of toning and thinning in the top margin and the gum very lightly toned, as always, but with the stamps all bright and fresh. O.g., never hinged. Very Fine. A remarkable sheet.
Scott $2,250+
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Lot 188

1863, 10¢ blue, "T-E-N" (9), a lovely mint right sheet margin mint block of six with full original gum; large top and bottom margins and just clear at the left. There are three vertical creases, two fairly light and the third somewhat heavier, the first two between the left and middle stamps (just touching the lower left) and through the right stamps; the heavier crease between the middle and right stamps, just clear of the bottom middle stamp; there is a small, faint tone spot at the top center, but otherwise the block is fresh and bright. Very Fine appearance.
Scott $7,250 as a block of 4 & a pair

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Lot 189

1863, 10¢ blue, "frame lines" (10), bright and fresh with a full frame line at bottom and left, nice margin at right, and just touching at top; tied on small piece by choice strike of a Mobile, Ala. double circle datestamp, Jul 5, 1863; removed from piece and hinged in place. F.-V.F.
Scott $2,100
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