Price of US Stamps Scott 25: 1857 3c George Washington. Page 2

US Stamp Value Scott Catalogue # 25 - 1857 3c Washington. Cherrystone Auctions, Jan 2015, Sale 201501, Lot 87

United States 1857-61 Issue 1857 3c rose, type I, unused with original gum, sharp impression, usual centering, fine, with 2005 PFC

Cherrystone Auctions, Jan 2015, Sale 201501, Lot 87

US$625.00
US Stamps Prices Scott Cat. # 25: 1857 3c Washington. Regency-Superior, Jan 2015, Sale 109, Lot 597

USA (Scott 25) 1857 WASHINGTON 3¢ ROSE TYPE I, BLUE CDS Choice stamp, rich color and engraving, blue cds, extremely fine. (2014 PSE Cert #01286591; 1998 PSE Cert #32,647) Cat $132.

Regency-Superior, Jan 2015, Sale 109, Lot 597

US$180.00
Price of US Stamp Scott Cat. 25: 1857 3c Washington. Regency-Superior, Jan 2015, Sale 109, Lot 596

USA (Scott 25) 1857 WASHINGTON 3¢ ROSE TYPE I Unused, no gum, fresh, color and engraving, nibbed perf upper left, fine. Cat $950 for no gum

Regency-Superior, Jan 2015, Sale 109, Lot 596

US$160.00
Value of US Stamp Scott Catalog #25 - 3c 1857 Washington. Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Dec 2014, Sale 661, Lot 53

1857, 3¢ rose, type I (Scott 25), lightly struck black town cancellation, awesome top quality example of this notoriously difficult stamp, featuring boardwalk margins, vivid color and sensational centering rarely encountered on this issue; a true top shelf example that would please the most discriminating collector, Extremely Fine, 2014 P.S.E. certificate graded XF-90J (1of 1 at this impressive grade, with only 3 others currently grading higher, according to PSE’s population report). SMQ $1,250 in the grade of XF-90. Scott $132. Estimate price $1,000 – 1,500.

Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Dec 2014, Sale 661, Lot 53

US$950.00
Price of US Stamp Scott Catalog 25 - 3c 1857 Washington. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3118

3c Rose, Ty. I (25). Block of four, original gum, h.r., proof-like impression, intense shade on bright paper, centered to top, top left stamp trivial natural inclusion FINE. A VERY RARE AND BEAUTIFUL ORIGINAL-GUM BLOCK OF THE TYPE I PERFORATED 3-CENT 1857 ISSUE. The distinctive characteristic of Type I — complete outer framelines — is often difficult to see on a single copy due to the narrow spacing on the plate. The framelines are easily seen on this block. With 1953 Miro certificate. Scott Retail $15,000.00

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3118

US$1,500.00
US Stamps Prices Scott Cat. #25 - 3c 1857 Washington. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3119

3c Rose, Ty. I (25). Positions 39-40/49-50L4, block of four with right sheet selvage, blue “Westchester Pa. Oct. 14, 1857” circular datestamps, perfs mostly scissors-separated at bottom, some toning, otherwise Fine-Very Fine, a scarce used block, Scott Retail $7,000.00

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3119

US$650.00
Cost of US Stamps Scott Cat. 25 - 1857 3c Washington. H.R. Harmer, Oct 2014, Sale 3006, Lot 1052

25, 1857 3c Rose, Type I,town cancel, stitch watermark at top, Very Fine, 2013 PSAG certificate (Scott value $125) 

H.R. Harmer, Oct 2014, Sale 3006, Lot 1052

US$150.00
Value of US Stamp Scott Catalog 25: 3c 1857 Washington. H.R. Harmer, Oct 2014, Sale 3006, Lot 1053

25, 1857 3c Rose, Type I,light town cancel, 2014 PF Graded VF 80 certificate (Scott price $125) 

H.R. Harmer, Oct 2014, Sale 3006, Lot 1053

US$140.00
US Stamp Price Scott 25 - 1857 3c Washington. Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Sep 2014, Sale 655, Lot 173

1857, 3¢ rose, type I (Scott 25), disturbed o.g., desirable example with warm rich color, a flawless example of this scarce mint 3 cent type I issue, Fine to Very Fine, 2014 P.S.E. certificate. Scott $2,750. Estimate price $1,000 – 1,500.

Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Sep 2014, Sale 655, Lot 173

US$650.00
US Stamp Value Scott Cat. # 25 - 3c 1857 Washington. Cherrystone Auctions, Jun 2014, Sale 201406, Lot 28

United States 1857-61 Issue 1857 3c rose, type I, usual centering, lightly hinged, few usual rough perfs, otherwise fine, with 1991 PFC

Cherrystone Auctions, Jun 2014, Sale 201406, Lot 28

US$750.00
US Stamps Price Scott Catalog # 25 - 1857 3c Washington. Cherrystone Auctions, Jun 2014, Sale 201406, Lot 27

United States 1857-61 Issue 1857 3c rose, type I, rich color, usual centering for this difficult issue, lightly hinged original gum, fresh and fine, with 2002 PFC

Cherrystone Auctions, Jun 2014, Sale 201406, Lot 27

US$950.00
Values of US Stamp Scott Cat. 25 - 1857 3c Washington. Daniel Kelleher Auctions, May 2014, Sale 652, Lot 96

1857, 3¢ rose, type I (Scott 25), o.g., previously hinged, extraordinary high quality example of this notoriously difficult stamp, featuring choice centering and tantalizing bright color, rarely offered with such wonderful qualities, Very Fine, 1984 P.F. and 1990 P.S.E. certificates. Scott $2,500. Estimate price $1,000 – 1,500.

Daniel Kelleher Auctions, May 2014, Sale 652, Lot 96

US$1,000.00
Values of US Stamps Scott Cat. #25 - 1857 3c Washington. H.R. Harmer, May 2014, Sale 3005, Lot 1051

25, 1857 3c Rose, Type I,unused, pulled perf at top, VG, a nice affordable example, 2009 APS certificate (Scott price $950) 

H.R. Harmer, May 2014, Sale 3005, Lot 1051

US$90.00
Values of US Stamp Scott Catalog 25 - 1857 3c Washington. H.R. Harmer, May 2014, Sale 3005, Lot 1050

25, 1857 3c Rose, Type I,o.g., lovely and Fine example of this notoriously poor centered stamp due to tiny spacing between stamps, 2014 PSE certificate (Scott price $2,500)

H.R. Harmer, May 2014, Sale 3005, Lot 1050

US$500.00
US Stamps Value Scott Catalog # 25 - 1857 3c Washington. Matthew Bennett International, May 2014, Sale 350, Lot 54

*    3¢ rose type I, dry print (25 var.), exceptionally well centered, with frameline visible on all four sides, original gum, fresh and Extremely Fine, a choice mint example of the perforated type I (photo). $2,500 MINT EXAMPLES OF THE 3CENT PERFORATED TYPE I ARE RARELY ENCOUNTERED THIS WELL CENTERED, ESPECIALLY WHEN FULLY SOUND. Expertization: 1998 P.S.E. and 1982, 1992, and 2003 P.F. Certificates. Provenance: Weisman, Lyons, Gorham.

Matthew Bennett International, May 2014, Sale 350, Lot 54

US$1,900.00