CUBA MEMORABILIA AND COLLECTIBLES
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LOT PHOTO DESCRIPTION / CAT.or ESTIMATED PRICE 100 Scott 174 1898 Unused and lightly hinged. Well centered. Cat. $15.00
Scott 175 1898 Unused and never hinged. Cat. $29.00
1898 Soldier's mail with 2c U.S. stamp and UNITED STATES POST OFFICE, MILITARY STATION No.1, CUBA cancel. This two line canceller was the first used by the U.S. Post Office in Cuba. It was in use from June 25th until about July 10th. Given the late date of July 29th on the receiving cancel, it was probably sent from Siboney.
1898 Soldier's mail with 2c U.S. postal stationary and UNITED STATES POST OFFICE, MILITARY STATION No.1, CUBA cancel. This two line canceller was the first used by the U.S. Post Office in Cuba. It was in use from June 25th until about July 10th. Given the late date of July 23rd on the receiving cancel, it was probably sent from Siboney.
1898 Soldier's mail with use of captured Spanish steel canceller. The town of Santiago surrendered on July 16, 1898 and the U.S. Post Office moved into the Spanish Post Office building on July 23rd. They began using the better quality Spanish cancellers around this time. Letter posted August 1, 1898. Postage Due was paid by the receiver as was allowed for U.S. troops in the field.
1898 Dec. 3, 1898. Civilian rate letter to the U.S. with Type II cancel, MILITARY STATION No.1 SANTIAGO DE CUBA, that came into use around August of that year and included a "1" in the small circle to the right of the cancel.
1898 June 14, 1898. Letter with U.S. 2c stamp sent to "U.S. Postal Service for Cuba" in New York. It was then forwarded to Tampa, Key West and finally Santiago, Cuba where it presumably reached the person it was address to.
1898 U.S. mail from OFFICE OF SPECIAL COMMISSIONER FOR THE UNITED STATES TO CUBA AND PUERTO RICO.
1898 February 20, 1899. Letter from Puerto Rico to Santiago, Cuba with U.S. 5c stamp. " U.S. Military Station No.1 Santiago" receiving cds on back of envelope.
1898 October 5, 1898. Civilian rate letter from Santiago to Havana via the ship Josefita. Type II U.S. MILITARY STATION No.1 SANTIAGO cancel.
1898? Civilian 5c rate on letter to the U.S. cancelled with captured Spanish canceller. Address in pencil has faded badly.
1899 Soldier 's mail with U.S. 2c stamp to New York sent from Matanzas Military Hospital. With U.S. Postage Due stamps added on back. "T" for tasa or postage due on front.
1899 U.S. 5c stamp on U.S. 2c Postal Stationary letter to Massachusetts. MILITARY STATION No.10 HAVANA, N.Y.P.O. cancel. Nice clean and fresh example of this Military Post Office cancel.
1899 Soldier's letter to the U.S. with U.S. 2c stamp cancelled with captured Spanish canceller. On patriotic envelope distributed by the Y.M.C.A
1899 March 19, 1899. Official mail with U.S. MILITARY STATION No.27, MATANZAS cancel
1899 221 var Variety deformed "d" of "de". Unused no gum. J&R 243e
221, 224, 226, Edifil 58 1899 September 19, 1899 registered letter to Pittsburg, PA. Nice combination of stamps on Postal Stationary 5c envelope. Registry hand stamped "PERSONAL RECEIPT DEMANDED".
221, 225 1899 Advertising cover Havana to New York
221, 225 1899 U.S. Postal Stationary 2c envelope to Santiago charged 6c postage due and paid with overprinted issue stamps. "T' for tasa or postage due.
221-226 1899 May 30, 1899. Complete set on letter to Germany. Probably philatelic in nature. None the less a nice cover.
221, 223 1899 February 3, 1899 letter to New Orleans. MILITARY STATION No.10 HAVANA, N.Y.P.O. cancel. Nice clean and fresh example of this Military Post Office cancel
222, 222a 1899 Unused strips of three with plate number. Light hinge mark $60.00
222A var 1899 Variety broken serif of "B" and smaller period after "C". Unused with hinge remnant. J&R 249d
223 var 1899 Unused block of ten. Never hinged. Some slight separation along perforations but not visible from front. Broken bar variety on second from left on top row. J&R 244b $50.00
223 var 1899 Variety broken serif of "B" and smaller period after "C". Unused with hinge remnant. J&R 244a
223 1899 March 24, 1899 letter to Boston. MILITARY STATION No.10 HAVANA, N.Y.P.O. cancel. Two and a half cent stamp used for 2c soldier's rate.
223 1899 January 29, 1899 letter to U.S.. MILITARY STATION No.10 HAVANA, N.Y.P.O. cancel. Two and a half cent stamp used for 2c soldier's rate. Ex Kouri collection.
223 1899 March 1899 letter to St. Louis, MO with MILITARY STATION No.11, PUERTO PRINCIPE cancel.
223 1899 February 25, 1899 letter with 2 1/2c value to Savannah, GA.
223, 230 1914 Registered letter to Philadelphia.
BIDDER # CURRENT BID: $ MINIMUM BID $20
224 1899 February 25, 1899 letter with 3c value to Savannah,GA
225 var 1899 Variety broken serif of "B". Unused with hinge remnant. J&R 246d
225 1899 February 2, 1899. Five cent value on letter to New York.
226 1899 Unused, OG previously hinged with slight thin. $25.00
J4 1899 10c value. Unused and never hinged.$27.50
E1 1899 Unused with light hinge mark. Nice centering. $130.00
E2 1899 Unused but no gum. No hinge mark. $50.00
227-231 1899 Complete set of PROOFS on heavy card. While in good condition, the three cent value not a full color impression. Others in color as issued
BIDDER # CURRENT BID: $ MINIMUM BID $450
231 1901 May 20, 1901 registered letter to Chicago.
227, J1 1902 Small envelope with "T" for tasa or postage due. Left corner cut
228, E3 1904 Special Delivery letter to Santiago from Songo.
229, 234 1905 Letter to Romania. Uncommon destination.
233, 234 1907 Letter to Florence, Italy with various markings including "Forwarded by Barring Bros, London" and postage due markings. Interesting destination.
BIDDER # CURRENT BID: $ MINIMUM BID $20
233, 234, 236 1915 Registered letter to the U.S. Colorful.
BIDDER # CURRENT BID: $ MINIMUM BID $30
234a 1905 SPECIMEN PROOF full sheet of booklet panes
BIDDER # CURRENT BID: $ MINIMUM BID $1,500
234 1915 HABANA AND SANTIAGO AMBULANTE cover.
234, E3 1906 Special delivery letter to Habana.
234, 237 1916 Registered mail to the U.S. "AR" marking.
BIDDER # CURRENT BID: $ MINIMUM BID $15
239a 1910 Used INVERTED CENTER. Lightly hinged and in fine condition. $260.00
BIDDER # CURRENT BID: $ MINIMUM BID $100
149 239a 1910 Unused INVERTED CENTER. Lightly hinged and very fine condition. $260.00
BIDDER # CURRENT BID: $ MINIMUM BID $130
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