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Scott #409 [1912 2c Carmine Washington, Type I] (VF) with Mailometer Type IV vending perforations, tied to January 23 1915 cover from St. Louis, Missouri to Norwalk, Ohio. The cover bears advertising front and back with the Shapleigh Hardware Company "Diamond Edge" trademark symbol. Stamp has adhesive marks in the left margin; I believe that this was a single from a paste-up and that the adhesive remains from the next stamp. (Scott 2019 $40.) Very attractive, with large margins and excellent perforations.
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35.00

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Scott #344 [1908 2c Carmine Washington] (VF) with Shermack Type III vending perforations, tied to July 15 1910 cover from Chicago, Illinois to Wonewoc, Wisconsin. Excellent machine cancellation. The cover bears the return address of Continental National Bank and contains a bank "cash letter" enclosure. The stamp has large margins and the perforations all clear the design (unusual). (Scott 2019 $22.50.) Outstanding example.
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20.00

240590
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Scott #344 (or #384) [1908 2c Carmine Washington] (VF) with Shermack Type III vending perforations, unused on reply advertising envelope addressed to Strauss Brothers Master Tailors of Chicago, Illinois. The stamp has large margins with the usual one-sided perforations. Very attractive and not often seen on an unused reply envelope.
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12.00

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Scott #409 [1912 2c Carmine Washington, Type I] (Superb) with Shermack Type III vending perforations, tied to September 13, 1912 cover (window envelope, but with addressed contents) from Boston, Massachusetts to Natick, Massachusetts. Excellent Boston flag machine cancellation. The cover bears the return address of New England Telephone and Telegraph Company and contains a statement of account for phone service. The stamp has very large, even margins, and the perforations all clear the design (unusual) and wonderfully centered. Inconsequential small opening tear at top, away from stamp. (Scott 2019 $25.00.) Outstanding example.
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25.00

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