US Stamps Prices Scott 30A: 1860 5c Thomas Jefferson. Page 2

Prices of US Stamp Scott Cat. 30A - 1860 5c Jefferson. Cherrystone Auctions, May 2015, Sale 201505, Lot 5

United States 1857-61 Issue 1857 5c brown, unused with full original gum, l.h., well centered for this difficult issue, fresh and v.f., with 1975 and 1993 PFCs

Cherrystone Auctions, May 2015, Sale 201505, Lot 5

US$1,000.00
Price of US Stamps Scott Cat. 30A: 1860 5c Jefferson. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Apr 2015, Sale 1096, Lot 71

5c Brown, Ty. II (Scott 30A). Original gum, lightly hinged, rich color, wide margins, Very Fine, with 1996 P.F. certificate

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Apr 2015, Sale 1096, Lot 71

US$650.00
Price of US Stamp Scott # 30A: 5c 1860 Jefferson. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Apr 2015, Sale 1096, Lot 72

5c Brown, Ty. II (30A). Vertical strip of three, unused (no gum), deep shade, some slight overall toning, few sensibly reinforced perf separations at right, otherwise Fine, Scott Retail as singles

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Apr 2015, Sale 1096, Lot 72

US$400.00
Cost of US Stamp Scott Catalog 30A - 5c 1860 Jefferson. Schuyler J. Rumsey Philatelic Auctions, Apr 2015, Sale 60, Lot 1984

1860, 5¢ brown, type II. Neat face-free grid cancel, nicely centered, rich color, Very Fine and choice. Scott No. 30A; $300.

Schuyler J. Rumsey Philatelic Auctions, Apr 2015, Sale 60, Lot 1984

US$350.00
Prices of US Stamps Scott 30A - 1860 5c Jefferson. Schuyler J. Rumsey Philatelic Auctions, Apr 2015, Sale 60, Lot 1982

1860, 5¢ brown, type II. Full o.g., hinge remnant, intensely rich color with a sharp proof-like impression, Very Fine, with 1998 P.F. certificate. Scott No. 30A; $2,200. AN ATTRACTIVE MINT 1860 5¢ BROWN TYPE II IN RARE ORIGINAL GUM CONDITION. The 1860 5¢ brown type II issue was never in the post offices when the 1861 demonetization order was placed into effect, making original gum examples of these issues far scarcer than it’s orange brown counterpart.

Schuyler J. Rumsey Philatelic Auctions, Apr 2015, Sale 60, Lot 1982

US$1,150.00
Prices of US Stamp Scott 30A: 1860 5c Jefferson. Schuyler J. Rumsey Philatelic Auctions, Apr 2015, Sale 60, Lot 1983

1860, 5¢ brown, type II. Grid cancel, balanced margins with wide right margin showing captured part imprint, deep intense color, Extremely Fine, a beautiful and scarce captured imprint variety, with 2012 P.F. certificate. Scott No. 30A; Estimate $500 – 750.

Schuyler J. Rumsey Philatelic Auctions, Apr 2015, Sale 60, Lot 1983

US$500.00
Price of US Stamp Scott Cat. #30A: 5c 1860 Jefferson. Matthew Bennett International, Feb 2015, Sale 351, Lot 52

o 1861, 5¢ brown, type II, printed on both sides (30Ab), clear partial impression on reverse in the same orientation as the front, bold town postmark. Small corner creases, facial scuff on normal side only. Otherwise, Fine. Scott value $45,000 A MOST IMPORTANT 5¢ PRINTING VARIETY, BEING ONE OF ONLY 2 KNOWN, THE OTHER HAVING FAULTS AS WELL— THESE TWO ARE THE ONLY RECORDED EXAMPLES OF ANY 5¢ FROM ANY ISSUE PRINTED ON BOTH SIDES. Expertization: 1971 P.F. Certificate. Provenance: Ishikawa.

Matthew Bennett International, Feb 2015, Sale 351, Lot 52

US$16,000.00
Prices of US Stamps Scott Catalog 30A: 5c 1860 Jefferson. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Feb 2015, Sale 1092, Lot 1033

5c Brown, Ty. II (Scott 30A). Wide margins to just clear at top, dark shade, light town cancel, Very Fine, with 1986 P.F. certificate

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Feb 2015, Sale 1092, Lot 1033

US$400.00
US Stamp Prices Scott Catalogue # 30A - 1860 5c Jefferson. Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Jan 2015, Sale 663, Lot 1259

1860, 5¢ brown, type II (Scott 30A), o.g., hinge mark, nice shade with premium impression; short perf at top, otherwise Fine, 2014 P.S.E. certificate. Scott $2,200. Estimate value $500 – 750.

Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Jan 2015, Sale 663, Lot 1259

US$425.00
US Stamps Prices Scott Catalogue 30A: 1860 5c Jefferson. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Dec 2014, Sale 1090, Lot 1163

5c Brown, Ty. II (30A). Block of six with portion of imprint and plate no. 2 selvage at left, original gum, h.r. where some perf separations sensibly reinforced, center stamps unusual plate wash from improper wiping of the plate during production, a few faults including small piece out at bottom of top left stamp, few thin spots and light gum soaks FINE APPEARANCE. AN EXCEEDINGLY RARE BLOCK OF SIX WITH IMPRINT AND PLATE NUMBER OF THE 1860 5-CENT BROWN TYPE II. VERY FEW LARGE MULTIPLES ARE KNOWN. The 5c Brown Type II is far rarer in multiples than the Orange Brown. Unlike the 1861 Orange Brown, the earlier printing in Brown was not left in Southern post offices when the issue was demonetized in August 1861. Prior to the discovery of the block of 20 in the Frelinghuysen collection, the largest recorded multiple was a block of nine (3 x 3, ex Klein) with the same portion of the imprint and plate number. A horizontal block of six is also known (creased thru bottom three stamps) as are approximately a half-dozen blocks of four. Scott Retail $29,750.00 as block of four and pair with no premium for the imprint and plate number position.

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Dec 2014, Sale 1090, Lot 1163

US$4,250.00
US Stamps Value Scott #30A: 5c 1860 Jefferson. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Dec 2014, Sale 1090, Lot 1162

5c Brown, Ty. II (Scott 30A). Original gum, wide margins, well-centered, rich color, Very Fine and choice, with 1996 P.F., 2005 and 2013 P.S.E. certificates (OGh VF 80; SMQ value $2,250.00)

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Dec 2014, Sale 1090, Lot 1162

US$1,700.00
Values of US Stamp Scott Catalog # 30A - 1860 5c Jefferson. Regency-Superior, Nov 2014, Sale 108, Lot 111

USA (Scott 30A) 1860 JEFFERSON 5? BROWN TYPE II Very fine single, clear to large margins on all sides. Bold blue cancel. (1988 PF Cert #179389) Cat $300.

Regency-Superior, Nov 2014, Sale 108, Lot 111

US$135.00
Values of US Stamps Scott # 30A - 1860 5c Jefferson. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3147

5c Brown, Ty. II (30A). Block of four, used with 1c Blue, Ty. V (24) and tied on small blue piece, top left stamp small fault at left FINE APPEARANCE. A RARE USED BLOCK OF FOUR OF THE 1860 5-CENT BROWN TYPE II. A BLOCK OF FOUR IS THE LARGEST RECORDED USED MULTIPLE. Since 1993 we have offered only two used blocks of the 5c Brown Type II — this and another with blue grid cancels. Scott Retail $3,250.00

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3147

US$1,000.00
Costs of US Stamps Scott Cat. # 30A: 5c 1860 Jefferson. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3148

5c Brown, Ty. II (Scott 30A). Rich color, cancelled by grid and tied by “New-York Dec. 24, 1860” circular datestamp on folded cover to Halifax, Nova Scotia, bold “5” due handstamp, vertical file folds including one affecting stamp, otherwise Fine

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3148

US$110.00
US Stamp Price Scott Cat. 30A: 1860 5c Jefferson. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3145

5c Brown, Ty. II (30A). Right selvage block of nine with most of imprint and plate no. 2, original gum, center stamp Mint N.H., others h.r. with few adherences, bright color, few perf separations sensibly reinforced, few faults mostly confined to bottom stamps FINE-VERY FINE APPEARANCE. AN EXCEEDINGLY RARE ORIGINAL-GUM BLOCK OF NINE OF THE 1860 5-CENT BROWN TYPE II. UNTIL THE APPEARANCE OF THE FRELINGHUYSEN BLOCK OF 20 IN 2012, THIS WAS THE LARGEST RECORDED MULTIPLE. The 5c Brown Type II is far rarer in multiples than the Orange Brown. Unlike the 1861 Orange Brown, the earlier printing in Brown was not left in Southern post offices when the issue was demonetized in August 1861. Prior to the emergence of the block of 20 in the long-hidden Frelinghuysen collection, the largest recorded multiple was a block of nine (two known, one ex Klein with a portion of the imprint and plate number, the other offered here). Ex Worthington and Silsby. Scott Retail $37,250.00 as block of four, strip of three and pair with no premium for the Mint N.H. stamp or the imprint and plate number position.

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3145

US$7,500.00