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    HB-154 EP-119 10¢ Irving House - Hunt & Nash Ribbed Frame Extremely Fine. This Irving House Ten Cent is one of the more common Ribbed Frame pieces. There were five in the Mayer Collection. This piece, which is not from that collection, slips about midway into the other five pieces for condition. They realized from $575 for a somewhat flawed example to $1265 for a very nice XF. This piece has a nice AU case, with the typical lighter Irving House coloration. The stamp is quite bright, and the mica has only minor surface defects, with no cracks. The ribbed-frame face is very well produced, with deep, distinct ribbing. A very nice example for the collector looking to own a ribbed-frame piece for type.

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    September, 2008
    17th-21st Wednesday-Sunday
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