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    HB-168 EP-20 Scott-121 Reed-LT01 1¢ Lord & Taylor Extremely Fine.
    Numerical grade: 80case.85stamp.65mica. = 235
    Somewhat surprisingly, the One Cent Lord & Taylor is a very scarce piece. It is seen with about the same frequency as the 12¢ and 24¢, and it is considered an R-8+ by Fred Reed. This one is exceptionally nice, with an a olive toned case that has a fair amount of light silver remaining. The stamp is well centered and beautifully fresh, and the mica is primarily clear though it has a natural flaw line that looks like a very thin crack running from top to bottom. One of the nicest 1¢ Lord & Taylors we have seen.
    From The Frederick Mayer Collection

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2007
    26th-28th Wednesday-Friday
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