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    HB-211 EP-25 Scott-155 Reed-SB01 1¢ Schapker & Bussing Extremely Fine.
    Numerical grade: 75case.90stamp.80mica = 245
    Fred Reed lists this One Cent Schapker & Bussing as an R-9, indicating two to four known, a number with which we are in agreement. We believe the population of this major rarity to be four. This one is a beauty, with a golden tan case that is darker around the beading. There are minute traces of silvering behind a few of the letters. The stamp is one of the nicest One Cent examples we've seen, with excellent centering and super color. The mica is completely clear, with only the very tiniest of crazes at its extreme edges.
    From The Frederick Mayer Collection

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    September, 2007
    26th-28th Wednesday-Friday
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