Position 67

Position 67
Position 67

Gum:

OGph

Condition:

Sound

Perf Condition:

Intact

Summary

Position 67 was offered in a 1964 auction as part of a Texas collection, a pseudonym for T. Cullen Davis, heir to an oil fortune who formed several important collections of United States stamps. It is lightly hinged.

Position 67 was part of the Henry Goodkind Collection, who formed an important Air Post collection, where it was purchased by the dealer Irwin Weinberg. It made its next auction appearance as part of the Bernard Henning Collection, which was auctioned by Siegel in 2000. It was purchased in that 2000 auction by Irwin Weinberg, continuing his ownership of the stamp. It was last offered in a 2005 H.R. Harmer's auction.

Owners:

Certification

1971
PF
Certificate No. 36279
 
IT IS GENUINE
2004
PF
Certificate No. 408727
 
IT IS GENUINE, PREVIOUSLY HINGED
2006
PSE
Certificate No. 133808
80
It is Genuine, ogPH

Transactions:

Date
Type
Where Sold
Seller
Buyer
Condition
Cat. Value
Realization
1918-05-20
Sound
$ 15,000
1918-05-21
Sound
$ 20,000
1964-10-06
Siegel
Sound
$ 12,500
$ 10,500
1967-00-00
Sound
$ 18,500
1967-00-00
Sound
$ 18,500
1968-00-00
Sound
$ 20,000
1971-05-06
HRH NY
Sound
$ 31,000
$ 30,000
1973-00-00
Unsold
Sound
$ 35,000
$ 0
1975-00-00
Unsold
Sound
$ 40,000
$ 0
2000-09-12
Siegel
Sound
$ 150,000
$ 132,000
2005-11-16
HRH NY
Anon.
Anon.
Sound
$ 170,000
$ 240,000

Graph of Realizations for This Position in Relation to Catalogue Value:

Date
Type
Where Sold
Condition
Cat. Value
Realization
% Cat. Val.
1964-10-06
Siegel
Sound
$ 12,500
$ 10,500
0.84
1971-05-06
HRH NY
Sound
$ 31,000
$ 30,000
0.968
2000-09-12
Siegel
Sound
$ 150,000
$ 132,000
0.88
2005-11-16
HRH NY
Sound
$ 170,000
$ 240,000
1.412
Position 67: Scott Catalog Value vs. Realizations
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