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Spanish American War

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Lots 2376—2428

Spanish-American War

  • Lot 2376

    (1898 July) Manila, Philippines Soldiers Letter to San Francisco Cal., cover with purple "Soldier's Letter, 1st Regt Cal U.S. Vol Inf., Cap't and Adju't" three-line backstamp and "A.G. Kelleher" signature backstamps, pencil soldier's "A.J. Bogan Co. M, 1 Regt Inf Cal USIV" endorsement at left, "San Francisco, F.D. Aug 2, 1898" backstamp and "U.S. Charge to Collect 2 Cents" due handstamp, 2¢ postage due tied by partial oval; small edge tears, reduced slightly at right, F.-V.F. and early Spanish American War use from the Philippines.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2377

    "Manilla, July 19, 1898", pencil senders endorsement at left of cover to Indiana Pa., pink "Soldier's Letter." and "A.L. Hawkins, Colonel" handstamps, San Francisco (8.14) machine backstamp and "U.S. Charge to Collect 2 Cent" handstamp, 2¢ postage due tied by manuscript, Indianapolis (8.19) arrival backstamp; reduced at right, F.-V.F., an early Soldier's Letter probably from the second landing of troops at Manila .

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.

    The first contingent of American troops arrived in Cavite on June 30, the second under General Francis V. Greene on July 17, and the third under General Arthur MacArthur on July 30. By this time, some 12,000 U.S. troops had landed in the Philippines. A postal station had not been established by July 19th.
  • Lot 2378

    Headquarters/1st Reg. Cal. U.S. Vol. Inf./Camp Dewey Phil./Soldier's Letter, backstamp on cover from correspondence sent "W.A. Wrigley, Co. K., 1st Cal Inf. Vol." bearing 10¢ Columbian, diagonal bisect (237 var.) tied by "San Francisco Cala. Aug. 22 7-PM '98" machine cancel on cover to Kalispell Mont., Kalispell (8.26) arrival cds; reduced at left, Very Fine and unusual Spanish-American war bisect use.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $500 - 750.
  • Lot 2379

    Philippine Sta., San Francisco, Cal. Sep 23, 1898, two purple cds strikes tie two 2¢ rose carmine (279Bc) singles and 6¢ dull brown (271) , matching purple "Registered" straightline on Army Christian Commission Flag patriotic cover to Bismark N.D., reverse with purple San Francisco (11.3) transit oval and Bismark (11.9) arrival cds; reduced at left and small edge tears, F.-V.F. and scarce registered use.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2380

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Isls, San Francisco, Cal. Registered. Nov 3, 1898, carmine cds and purple "R, Manila" registry handstamp on cover bearing 1¢ yellow green (279) , 2¢ rose carmine (279Bc) and 10¢ dark green (273) , tied by two large segmented grid cancels to Gerona, Spain , Barcelona Certificado (12.14) transit backstamp; flap cut, Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2381

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Isls., San Francisco, Cal. Nov 3, 1898, duplex ties 1¢ blue (264) and two 2¢ rose carmine (279Bc) singles on cover to The Hague, Holland , endorsed "Per Yuensang" at top, gray "Consulat der Nederlanden to Manila" circular coat-of-arms handstamp, reverse with Hong Kong (11.10) transit and 'Sgravenhage (12.10) arrival cds; bit of flap missing, addressee's name erased, otherwise Very Fine and rare destination.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2382

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Isls., San Francisco Sta., Nov 14, 1898, duplex ties 2¢ Trans-Mississippi (286) on Major General Merritt picture post card to Limoges, France , Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $100 - 150.
  • Lot 2383

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Isls, San Francisco, Cal. Registered. Dec 12, 1898, sharp carmine cds and purple "R, Manila" registry handstamp on cover bearing 2¢ rose carmine (279Bc) single and block of ten on reverse, tied by large segmented grid cancels to Gerona, Spain , Barcelona Certificado (1.9) transit backstamp, Very Fine and choice.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2384

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Isls., San Francisco, Cal. Dec 17, 1898, bold duplex ties 2¢ rose carmine (279Bc) on Governor's Palace picture post card to The Hague, Holland, purple "15 Ctms T" due handstamp and blue crayon rating; addressee's name erased, F.-V.F. and scarce destination.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2385

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Isls., San Francisco Sta., Dec 17, 1898, purple duplex ties 2¢ pink (279Bg) on Admiral Dewey picture post card to Holland , purple "15 Ctms T" handstamp, Hague (1.21) arrival cds and blue crayon due rating, Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $100 - 150.
  • Lot 2386

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Isls., San Francisco, Cal. Dec 20, 1898, light clear strike of purple duplex with target cancel ties U.S., 5¢ blue (281) and two 10¢ Trans-Mississippi (290) singles, on large-size American Commercial Co., Manila flap imprint cover to San Francisco Cal., endorsed "Per S.S. 'Lunkeang'" at top left; small faults, F.-V.F.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $300 - 400.
  • Lot 2387

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Isls., San Francisco, Cal., Registered. Jan 5, 1899, sharp bold carmine cds and purple "R, Manila" registry handstamp on cover bearing 1¢ green (279) , two 2¢ rose carmine (279Bc) singles and 5¢ dark blue (281) , each tied by crude circular grid cancel to St. Louis Mo.; couple small stamp flaws, opening tear top left, F.-V.F.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2388

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Isls., San Francisco, Cal. Jan 14, 1899, light clear strike of purple duplex ties 1¢ green (279) on print circular to Barcelona, Spain , Feb. 15th receipt docketing, Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $300 - 400.
  • Lot 2389

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Manila, Phil. Isl'ds, Feb 24, 99, cds on adversity post card made from shotgun shell box lid with "Soldier Letter" endorsement to Knightstown, Indiana, with "Soldier's Letter, Chaplain, U.S. Army" approval handstamp, "Due 2 Cts" straightline and 2¢ postage due canceled by blue ms., message reads " Trenches at Pasay - P.I. Feby 23. 99 , Dear Nora, Yours of Jan. 12 rec'd, very glad you wrote to me, write often. I will ans. with a letter as soon as I can, we expect a hard fight tonight . I am well, love to Frank and to you, yours Charles", Very Fine and remarkable advertsity use.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $300 - 400.
  • Lot 2390

    Mil. P. Sta. No. 1. Manila, P.I., 7 Apr 1899, duplex with three-bar grid cancel ties 2¢ reddish carmine (279B) on homemade wrapper to Guatemala , endorsed "Via Hong Kong & San Francisco", Very Fine and rare printed matter use to Guatemala.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $300 - 400.
  • Lot 2391

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Islands, Manila, Apr 11, 1899, bold duplex strikes tie 2¢ red (279B), two singles, and 1¢ Trans-Mississippi (285) on The Manila Times cover to London, England , May 13th arrival backstamps; top edge opening flaws, F.-V.F.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2392

    Mil. P. Sta. No. 1. Manila, P.I. Apr 15, 1899, bold strike of purple cds on cover with purple "U-S-Govt Employees Mail -Manila P,I, / Geo. F. Conway Supt Mil, Sta, No, 1" two-line handstamp to Anoka Minn., pencil "(Soldier's Letter)" at top, precanceled 2¢ postage due , top torn away, affixed for 2¢ soldier's rate, Anoka (5.19) arrival backstamp; reduced at right with bottom corner nick, Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2393

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Isls., San Francisco, Cal., Registered. Apr 21, 1899, purple cds and matching "R, Manila" registry handstamp on cover bearing 1¢ green (279) , 5¢ dark blue (281) , 10¢ dark green (273) and 2¢ Trans-Mississippi (285), each tied by "R" rectangular handstamps with preprinted address to New York city, endorsed "Via Hong Kong" at top left; opening tears at right into 5¢, reverse with purple San Francisco (5.23) transit and New York (5.28) arrival cds, Very Fine appearance.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $200 - 300.
  • Lot 2394

    Mil. Sta. No. 1 Philippines Islands. Manila. May 13, 1899, 11AM, cds duplex ties 2¢ pink (279Bc) on cover with "Soldier's Letter, W.O. Owen, Major Brigade Surg. U.S.V." three-line handstamp to Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands ; Honolulu (6.18) arrival backstamp; reduced slightly at right, small stamp flaws from edge placement, Fine and rare destination.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $100 - 150.
  • Lot 2395

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Islands, Manila, May 13, 1899, duplex ties 2¢ rose carmine (279Bc) on cover with purple "Employees Letter, Piet. F.W. Sladen, 4th U.S. Infantry, Aide-de-Camp" framed handstamp to Cheney Wash., reverse with purple "Headquarters Department of the Pacific and Eighth Army Corps" two-line handstamp, "Missent" handstamp also ties 2¢; stamp nicked, otherwise F.-V.F.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $75 - 100.
  • Lot 2396

    Mil. Sta. No 1, Manila, Phil. Isl'ds. Jun 29 '99, clear cds cancels 5¢ blue (U16) amber entire to Hamburg, Germany , purple "A.G. Sibrand Siegart, Manila" flap seal handstamp, Hamburg (7.31) arrival backstamp, Very Fine and scarce used entire.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2397

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Phillippine Isls., Registered. Aug 3, 1899, bold purple cds on registered Department of Posts penalty cover endorsed from Director of Posts bearing 10¢ brown (217) tied by blue grid cancel, matching large "R" handstamp to Lynchburg Va., San Francisco (9.8) transit backstamp, Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $200 - 300.
  • Lot 2398

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Manila, P.I., Oct 9, 1899, General Delivery., four-line purple postmark and purple " Postage Due Ten Cents. " straightline on 1899 incoming cover bearing 5¢ dark blue tied by cork cancel duplexed with "Fort Leavenworth Kans. Aug 24, 1899" cds to Yokohama, Japan, forwarded upon arrival to Manila, reverse with San Francisco, Yokohama (9.21), Hong Kong (9.30) and " Mil. Sta. No. 1, Manila, Philippine, Received, Oct 9, 1899 " arrival cds; thick contents causing edge faults, Fine and scarce use.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $200 - 300.
  • Lot 2399

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Manila, Phil-Isl'ds. Oct 20 '99, bold cds duplex ties Philippines, 5¢ dark blue (216) strip of three on legal-size cover to San Francisco Cal., blue crayon "4" for quadruple rate, purple "25 CTMS T" due handstamp, purple "Postage Due Ten Cents." straightline, U.S. 10¢ postage due tied by cork cancel; left 5¢ creased, F.-V.F.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $200 - 300.
  • Lot 2400

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Islands, Manila, Oct 30, 1899, duplex strike cancels 1¢ postal card (UX14) datelined " Trenches Near Pasay, P.I. Oct. 29 -'99 " to Reading Pa., signed by "1st Sgt. B.J. Bishop, Manila P.I., Co "K" - 30th Inf U.S.V.", purple "Postage Due, 2 Cts." straightline and 2¢ postage due tied by "Reading Pa." oval, "Reading, Pa. Rec'd Nov 30 '99" cds; some toning, creasing and flaws, F.-V.F.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2401

    Mil. P. Sta. No. 1. Manila, P.I. Rec'd, Jan 4, 1900, sharp purple cds ties 2¢ carmine (279B) on Captain R.D. Evans "Fighting Bob" patriotic cover to Syracuse N.Y., endorsed "Soldiers Mail" at left and "Company E. Thirteenth U.S. Inf. Manila P.I." on reverse, Syracuse (2.3) arrival backstamp; 2¢ trimmed at top, Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $300 - 400.
  • Lot 2402

    Mil. Sta. No. 1 Philippine Islands, Manila, May 23, 1900, duplex strikes tie Philippines, 5¢ blue (216 pair on gray cover to London, England, endorsed "Via Hong Kong", forwarded upon arrival to Sheffield.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $75 - 100.
  • Lot 2403

    1900 (Aug. 15) Philippines "Is this man in the regiment?", purple two-line auxiliary handstamp struck twice on incoming cover from New York City bearing 5¢ dark blue to soldier in the 30th Reg. U.S.V., Company M, Manila, Philippines , forwarded to 2nd Reserve Hospital and U.S. General Hospital in San Francisco, purple hand "Return to Writer" handstamp; cover tear at right and edge wear, F.-V.F. and rare auxiliary marking.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2404

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Isls., San Francisco, Cal., Registered. Oct 29, 1900, purple cds ties Philippines, 10¢ brown (217) on Soldier's Letter cover to Detroit Mich., purple "R, Manila" registry handstamp, soldier's endorsement at top left; Dec. 9th arrival backstamp; small edge tear at bottom, Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2405

    Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Isls., Registered, Jul 1, 1901, backstamp on incoming registered cover from Singapore bearing Straits Settlements 4c rose pair and 5c purple on reverse, each tied by "Penang, JU 20, 1901" cds to Manila , matching partial "R, Penang, 20 Jun 1901" framed registry handstamp, Singapore (6.22) transit backstamp; reduced at left, mounting marks on reverse, otherwise Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $300 - 400.
  • Lot 2406

    Registered, Manila, P.I., Sep 17, 1904, purple three-line postmark on Compania General de Tabacos corner card cover bearing Philippines, 15¢ olive green (218) tied by barred "15" oval, matching "Manila, P.I., Sep 16, 4" cds to Victoria, British Columbia , reverse with purple Seattle (10.12) cds and Victoria arrival cds; light vertical crease, Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2407

    Manila, P.I., Jan 12, Rec'd, Jan 12 6, cds backstamp with partial barred ovals tie Philippines, 1¢ green (226) , 2¢ carmine (227) and 5¢ blue (230) on reverse of 1906 cover bearing Straits Settlements, 3c violet tied by "Singapore, JA 4, 1906" cds on reverse to Manila, "T" triangle due handstamp and blue crayon "20c" rating; reduced slightly at right, Very Fine postage due use from Singpore to the Philippines.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $200 - 300.
  • Lot 2408

    Mil. Sta. Angeles, Phil. Isles, Dec 14, 1899, purple cds cancels 2¢ red entire endorsed "Soldier's Letter, H.S.T. Harris, Major & Brig Surg USV, Hdqrs 2nd Div. Bautista P.I." at top addressed to Dr. Gardiner, U.S. Marine Hospital, Port Townsend, Wash., arrival backstamp; top edge tear, F.-V.F.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2409

    Mil. P. Sta. No. 5, Bacolod, P.I. May 6, 1899, purple cds with three-bar grid tying 2¢ carmine (279B) on cover to San Francisco Cal., endorsed "Soldier's Letter" and "W.A. England, Hospital Steward, 1st Regt Calif U.S. Vol. Inf." at left, Jun. 12th arrival backstamp, Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $200 - 300.
  • Lot 2410

    Batangas, Prov. Batangas, P.I. Sep 11, 1900, purple duplex ties Philippines, 2¢ red (214) , small flaw, on legal-size War Department envelope to St. Louis Mo.; central vertical fold, F.-V.F.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2411

    U.S. Mil. Sta. No. 2 S F, Cal. / Cavite P.I. Sep 20. 98, two-line purple postmark (Baker S-2) ties 2¢ rose pink (279Bc) on legal-size Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Isls., San Francisco, Cal. Nov 22, 1898; endorsed from "Capt. F.W. Cox, Cavite, Philippine Islands" at top left, Upper Stewiacke (10.29) arrival backstamp, lower left corner clip to show printed contents; opening tear at left, F.-V.F. and rare first-day printed-matter use.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $300 - 400.

    The Cavite Military Station No. 2 two-line marking was used starting on Nov. 22nd 1898.
  • Lot 2412

    U.S. Mil. Sta. No. 2 S F, Cal / Cavite, P.I. Dec 7 98, bold purple two-line postmark ties 2¢ rose carmine (279Bc) on "Remember the Maine" patriotic cover with printed "Bat. "D", 1st Batl. H.A., Cal. U. S. V." endorsement to Evansville Ind.; reduced at left, otherwise Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $300 - 400.
  • Lot 2413

    US. Mil. Sta. No. 2 S F. Cal / Cavite, P.I., Dec 17. 98, purple two-line postmark ties 2¢ rose carmine (279B) on cover to Binghamton N.Y.; reduced slightly at left and light tape stain, Very Fine and scarce military postmark.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2414

    Mil. Sta. No. 2, Cavite, Phil. Isl'ds. May 5, 99, cds duplex with "2" barred oval on 1899 piece with bronze Eagle and Flag patriotic design; light toning spot, Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2415

    Mil. Sta. No. 2, Phillippine Islands, Cavite, Mar 16, 1900, duplex ties Philippines, 5¢ blue (216) pair on General Storekeeper, Naval Station, Cavite, P.I. penalty cover to Treasury Department, Washington D.C.; opening tears, F.-V.F.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2416

    Mil. Sta. No. 2, Phillippine Islands, Cavite, Sep 22, 1900, duplex ties 2¢ carmine (279B), s.e. at bottom, on cover with purple " U.S.S. Yorktown " straightline to Ithaca N.Y., Oct. 24th arrival backstamp; small top edge mend, Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2417

    Mil. Sta. No. 2, Phillippine Islands, Cavite, Sep 25, 1900, duplex on "Department of Navy, U.S. Naval Station, Cavite, P.I." penalty mail cover to Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Washington D.C., fresh and Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $200 - 300.
  • Lot 2418

    Mil. Sta. No. 2, Cavite, Philippine Islands, Feb 9, 1901, duplex strike ties Philippines, 2¢ red (214) and cancels 2¢ carmine (U9) entire to Indianapolis Ind., endorsed from "Commander, F. Hanford USN, US Naval Station, Cavite, P.I."; small edge tear at left, otherwise Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $75 - 100.
  • Lot 2419

    Registered / Jun 2 1899 / Military Station No. 4 / Cebu, Phil. Islands, purple four-line postmark with matching "R" cancels on 1¢ green (279) , 2¢ rose carmine (279Bc) and 10¢ Trans-Mississippi (290) , on cover endorsed "J. Norris, U.S.S. Charleston" to St. Louis Mo., reverse with violet "Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Isls., San Francisco, Cal. Jun 8, 1899" cds and dark purple San Francisco Registered (7.13) three-line transit; stamp and cover faults, top edge mends, Fine and rare Cebu Military Registered use.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $200 - 300.
  • Lot 2420

    Mil. P. Sta. No. 4, Cebu, P.I. Mar 30, 1900, dark purple duplex with three-bar cancel ties Philippines, 2¢ red (214) on cover to Treasury Department, Washington D.C., endorsed from "M.E. Slinery, Segt. Co. H 19th Infty, Cebu, P.I." return address; small flaws, F.-V.F. appearance.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $100 - 150.
  • Lot 2421

    Dagupan & Manila R.P.O., North, Sep 6, 1901, sharp railroad duplex ties 2¢ red (214) on crossed-out War Department, Fort Sheridan, Ill., Official Business penalty envelope to Captain Chas. W. Abbott Jr., 12th US Infantry, Camiling, Philippines, Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $50 - 75.
  • Lot 2422

    Mil. Sta. Dagupan, Phil. Isles. May 10, 1900, purple deformed cds with three-ring cancel tying 2¢ carmine (279B) , couple perf flaws, on Army and Navy Dept. YMCA flag patriotic envelope soldier endorsed from Mangaldan, Company L, 13 Infy. P.I. to Garrettsville Ohio, endorsed "Soldiers Mail" at left, Jun. 12th arrival backstamp; reduced at right with edge tear, F.-V.F.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2423

    First Res. H. Sp., Sta. Manila, Phil. Ils. May 25, 1900, sharp cds duplexed with three-ring cancel ties 2¢ rose carmine (279Bc) on cover to Syracuse N.Y., endorsed "soldier's mail" at top left, Syracuse (7.2) arrival backstamp; reduced at left, Very Fine strike.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $150 - 200.
  • Lot 2424

    First Res. H Sp. Sta. Manila, Phil. Ils. Nov 26, 1900, cds duplex ties Philippines 2¢ red (214) on "Headquarters Department of the Pacific and Eighth Army Corps cover to Oakland Cal., Dec. 31st arrival backstamp, Very Fine and choice.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $200 - 300.
  • Lot 2425

    Mil. Sta. No. 3, Philippine Islands, Iliolo, Mar 30, 1900, duplex cancels Philippines, 2¢ carmine (U9) entire to First Reserve Hospital, Manila, reverse with "Mil. Sta. No 1, Manila, Phil. Isl'ds, Rec'd, Apr 5, 1900" transit and "First Reserve Hosp., Manila, Phil. Isls., Apr 5, 1900" arrival duplex; reduced at left, F.-V.F.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $100 - 150.
  • Lot 2426

    Mil. Sta. No. 3, Philippine Isls., Iloilo, Registered, Jul 18, 1899, purple cds on cover endorsed "Soldiers Letter" bearing 2¢ rose carmine (279Bc) , three singles, one faulty, and 8¢ Trans-Mississippi (272) to Somerset Ky., endorsed "From, Geo Froxee, Co D 1st Tenn Vols, Iloilo P.I."reverse with purple "Mil. Sta. No. 1, Philippine Isls, Registered. Aug 3, 1899" cds, purple San Francisco, Cal. Sep 8 1899, Registry Division" three-line transits and Somerset (9.14) arrival cds, F.-V.F.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $200 - 300.
  • Lot 2427

    Malolos, Philippines, homemade wrapper using First Regiment South Dakota, Volunteer Infantry, Manila P.I. patriotic cover soldier endorsed "From F.W. Cox, Capt & Asst Surg., 1. SDV Inf., Malolos, P.I." bearing 2¢ Trans-Mississippi (286) tied by dotted rectangular grid to Upper Stewiacke, Nova Scotia ; wrapper originally folded through 2¢ opened out, otherwise Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $400 - 600.

    A RARE SPANISH AMERICAN WAR WRAPPER USE FROM MALOLOS, PHILIPPINES TO NOVA SCOTIA.
  • Lot 2428

    Marinduque, Boac "Feb 5, 1901", bold strike of large Aguinaldo Revolutionary Government circular handstamp and straightline dater ties 2¢ red (214) on cover to Postmaster, Manila P.I., reverse with "Manila, P.I., Feb 8, 01, Rec'd." receiving cds; reduced slightly at right, Very Fine.

    Estimate  ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  $500 - 750.

    A CHOICE EXAMPLE OF THE RARE "MARINDUQUE, BOAC" REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT CIRCULAR HANDSTAMP.