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    Earliest Documented Use of the One-Cent Type IV

    1852, June 5, Springfield, Mass. to Northampton, Mass. Folded Printer's circular franked with an 1851 1c Blue, Type IV (9), clear to mostly large margins, slight, barely noticeable insect damage top and right margins, tied by light June 5 Springfield c.d.s., the earliest documented use of the 1c type IV.; bit of internal splitting and minor edge tears, otherwise Fine to Very Fine.

    Estimate $1,000-$1,500

    Expertization: 2001 APS Certificate
    Provenance: "Aristocrat" Collection

    From the Ron Cipolla Collection


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2009
    11th-14th Friday-Monday
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