US Stamps Price Scott 8A: 1851 1c Benjamin Franklin. Page 2

Values of US Stamp Scott 8A - 1851 1c Franklin. Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Jan 2015, Sale 663, Lot 1218

1851, 1¢ blue, type IIIa (Scott 8A), position 43R4, neat black town cancellation, lovely example of this exceedingly difficult and undervalued stamp, showing type characteristics at bottom, with vibrant rich shade; a sound and beautiful showpiece; tiny scuff, otherwise Very Fine, 2014 P.S.E. certificate. Scott $900. Estimate $300 – 400.

Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Jan 2015, Sale 663, Lot 1218

US$275.00
US Stamps Values Scott #8A - 1851 1c Franklin. Spink Shreves Galleries, Jan 2015, Sale 150, Lot 26

Scott #8A, 1c Blue, Ty. IIIa, a remarkably select used horiz. pair (pos. 31-32R4), with lavish extra-large to huge margins all around including a portion of the sheet margin at left, vibrant blue color and crisp prooflike impression showing wide breaks of the top frame lines in both stamps, neat and unobtrusive black town cancel, extremely fine in all respects; a wonderfully choice pair of a type that is rarely encountered in pairs of this outstanding quality; 2010 PF certificate.

Spink Shreves Galleries, Jan 2015, Sale 150, Lot 26

US$4,250.00
Values of US Stamps Scott Catalogue # 8A - 1c 1851 Franklin. Spink Shreves Galleries, Jan 2015, Sale 150, Lot 27

Scott #8A, 1c Blue, Ty. IIIa, pos. 32R1E, full to large margins showing portion of adjoining stamp at top, tied by single strike of crisp black grid to local New York October 1851 printed illustrated circular for R.L. & A. Stuart’s Steam Sugar Refinery depicting the refinery at the corner of Greenwich and Chambers Streets, extremely fine and attractive.

Spink Shreves Galleries, Jan 2015, Sale 150, Lot 27

US$625.00
Costs of US Stamps Scott # 8A: 1c 1851 Franklin. Regency-Superior, Jan 2015, Sale 109, Lot 560

USA (Scott 8A) 1851 FRANKLIN 1¢ BLUE TYPE IIIa, PLATE 4 Position 84R4, deep, rich color, town cancel, margins large to just in at top, tiny margin tear upper right, fine to very fine appearance. (Copy of 2012 PSAG Cert #0562790 for pair) Cat $1200.

Regency-Superior, Jan 2015, Sale 109, Lot 560

US$325.00
Costs of US Stamp Scott 8A - 1851 1c Franklin. Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Dec 2014, Sale 661, Lot 19

1851, 1¢ blue, type IIIa (Scott 8A), neat town cancellation, handsome example of this tough type IIIa stamp, showing a nice clear break at bottom, with delightful fresh color, completely sound in all respects, Fine to Very Fine, 2008 P.S.E. certificate. Scott $900. Estimate value $500 – 750.

Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Dec 2014, Sale 661, Lot 19

US$500.00
Price of US Stamp Scott Catalog # 8A: 1c 1851 Franklin. Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Dec 2014, Sale 661, Lot 21

1851, 1¢ blue, type IIIa (Scott 8A), horizontal pair, gorgeous strikes of black town cancellation, probably “Mount Carmel”, magnificent high quality multiple with unbelievable deep rich color typical of plate 4, Pos. 58-59R4, a well margined and completely sound multiple that would dress up any collector’s 1851 imperforate issues, Very Fine, 2014 P.F. certificate. Scott $2,500. Estimate value $2,000 – 3,000.

Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Dec 2014, Sale 661, Lot 21

US$1,500.00
US Stamps Value Scott Cat. # 8A - 1851 1c Franklin. Regency-Superior, Nov 2014, Sale 108, Lot 49

USA (Scott 8A) 1851 FRANKLIN 1? BLUE TYPE IIIa (PSE GRADED 85) Beautiful deep rich color on fresh white paper, partial town cancel, very fine to extremely fine and choice. (2012 PSE Graded Cert #01256201, VF-XF 85, Used). (SMQ value $1250)

Regency-Superior, Nov 2014, Sale 108, Lot 49

US$900.00
US Stamps Prices Scott #8A: 1c 1851 Franklin. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3048

1c Blue, Ty. IIIa (Scott 8A). Horizontal pair, large margins to in, deep rich Plate 4 color, fresh and Fine pair, with 2004 P.F. certificate

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3048

US$600.00
US Stamp Prices Scott Cat. #8A: 1c 1851 Franklin. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3049

1c Blue, Ty. IIIa (Scott 8A). Position 88L4, huge margins to in, tied by “Albany N.Y. Paid” handstamp on folded printed circular for Astronomical Journal dated Cambridge, July 23, 1857 announcing discovery of a new planet the month prior, addressed to Edward Everett, the renowned orator who spoke for two hours at Gettysburg before Lincoln gave his two-minute address, Fine, with 2004 A.P.S. certificate

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3049

US$550.00
US Stamps Price Scott Catalogue 8A - 1c 1851 Franklin. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3046

1c Blue, Ty. IIIa (Scott 8A). Plate 4, huge margins all around including portion of adjoining stamp at top, deep rich color, town cancel EXTREMELY FINE GEM. A SUPERB USED EXAMPLE OF THE 1851 IMPERFORATE ONE-CENT TYPE IIIa, WHICH HAS BEEN GRADED SUPERB 98 BY P.S.E. Type IIIa is defined as having a break in outer lines at either top or bottom. The stamp offered here, with huge top and bottom margins, is an outstanding example of the type as it clearly shows the bottom line complete and the top line with a wide break. Ex Kirke. With 2010 P.F. and 2007 P.S.E. certificates (Superb 98; SMQ price $9,800.00). Only two have graded higher (at 98J) and only three others share this grade.

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3046

US$9,500.00
US Stamp Values Scott Cat. # 8A - 1851 1c Franklin. Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3047

1c Blue, Ty. IIIa (Scott 8A). Position 67L4, large margins to clear, deep rich color and proof-like impression, neat strike of circular datestamp, Very Fine and choice, signed Ashbrook, with 1978, 2000 and 2013 P.F. certificates

Robert Siegel Auction Galleries, Nov 2014, Sale 1084, Lot 3047

US$950.00
US Stamp Price Scott #8A - 1851 1c Franklin. H.R. Harmer, Oct 2014, Sale 3006, Lot 1021

8A, 1851 1c Blue, Type IIIa, lovely deep color, partial black town postmark, margins ample to large at top and left, touch or slightly cut at right and bottom, horizontal crease and several tiny thin specks, 2013 APS certificate (Scott value $900)

H.R. Harmer, Oct 2014, Sale 3006, Lot 1021

US$240.00
Prices of US Stamps Scott Cat. 8A: 1851 1c Franklin. Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Oct 2014, Sale 660, Lot 2031

1851, 1¢ blue, type IIIa (Scott 8A), Pos. 88R4, extremely faint cancellation barely visible at top and top right portions of stamp, an attractive large margined example, with bold plate 4 color, and a wide break at top, a visually striking type IIIa stamp; thins at top, small corner crease at bottom right, and lightly toned (noted on the certificate but is not at all apparent), Extremely Fine appearance, 2010 P.F. certificate. Scott $900. Estimate value $300 – 400.

Daniel Kelleher Auctions, Oct 2014, Sale 660, Lot 2031

US$500.00
Costs of US Stamps Scott 8A: 1851 1c Franklin. Harmer-Schau Auction Galleries, Aug 2014, Sale 102, Lot 1632

U.S. General Issues, 1851, 1¢ Blue, Type IIIa, #8A, o.g., margins around, “several light horiz. creases”, Fine to Very Fine appearance, Weiss (2009) cert. Scott $6,000. Estimate $1,200-1,500.

Harmer-Schau Auction Galleries, Aug 2014, Sale 102, Lot 1632

US$1,035.00
Value of US Stamps Scott Catalog #8A - 1851 1c Franklin. Daniel Kelleher Auctions, May 2014, Sale 653, Lot 2064

1851, 1¢ blue, type IIIa (Scott 8A), barely visible light black cancellation, appealing top quality example with vivid color printed on bright white paper, as fresh and choice as the first day it was printed, extra large margins all around, Extremely Fine, 2009 P.S.E. certificate graded XF-90 (1 of 20 examples attaining this grade, with only 16 others currently grading higher). SMQ $2,350 in grade of XF-90. Scott $900. Estimate value $1,500 – 2,000.

Daniel Kelleher Auctions, May 2014, Sale 653, Lot 2064

US$1,600.00