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Lot 2105 Revenue, 1864, First Issue, 5¢ Proprietary, perforated, silk paper (Scott R29d), silk fibers clearly visible in margin at lower right, neatly pen-canceled and tied by embossed seal on a Massachusetts Testament to the swearing in of a Justice of the Peace, one Samuel E. Howe, by the Clerk of the Court, one Henry W. Taft [no relation], dated March 9, 1872; exceptionally well preserved, Extremely Fine, Ex-Morrissey. Scott $375+. Estimate $250 - 350.

Lot 2105 Revenue, 1864, First Issue, 5¢ Proprietary, perforated, silk paper (Scott R29d), silk fibers clearly visible in margin at lower right, neatly pen-canceled and tied by embossed seal on a Massachusetts Testament to the swearing in of a Justice of the Peace, one Samuel E. Howe, by the Clerk of the Court, one Henry W. Taft [no relation], dated March 9, 1872; exceptionally well preserved, Extremely Fine, Ex-Morrissey. Scott $375+. Estimate $250 - 350.

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