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Sale 678

The Harold B. Nogle Collection
of the Origins and Progression of Plate Numbers


1918-1939 Issues




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Lot 1700
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1918, $2 orange red & black (Scott 523), top black plate number 8179, arrow and orange plate number 8177 strip of 4, expertly regummed; end stamps oxidized, otherwise Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $2,100.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $700.
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Lot 1701
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1918, 2¢ carmine Offset, type V (Scott 527), bottom plate number 11147 and several phantom plate numbers strip of 4, o.g., third stamp with hinge remnant (3 stamps never hinged); light gum wrinkle in left selvage, Fine, Durland reports this plate number as scarce. Extremely Rare, perhaps unique, a BIA survey reports only one collector reported owning this stamp in their collection.
Scott $138.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Realized $110.
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Lot 1702

1919, 2¢ carmine rose, type III, rotary coil waste (Scott 540), plate number 8940, 10386, 10727, 10728, 11737, 11772, 12470, 12475, 12529 pairs and 13721, 13718, 13742, 13765, 13766, 13778, 13779, 13809, 13814 singles, o.g., hinged (some hinge remnants), Very Good to Fine, rare (10386, 10728, 13721, 13765, 13779 are very rare and each reported in Durland as scarce), a BIA survey reports less than three collectors reported owning these plate numbers in their collection.
Scott $324 singles.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Realized $200.
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Lot 1703
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1919, 2¢ carmine rose, type III, rotary coil waste (Scott 540), star, "S 30" and plate number 10446-47 strips of 10 and star, "S 30" and plate number 10178 plate strip of 20, o.g., one stamp from 10447 is hinged and two stamps from 10178 have hinge remnant, remaining 37 stamps are never hinged; 10446-47 each have small tears in plate number selvage, 10178 have tiny nicks in top selvage, Very Good to Very Fine, Durland reports 10447 as scarce. 10447 is very rare and 10446-47 are rare, a BIA survey reports only two to three collectors reported owning these plate numbers in their collection.
Scott $1,064.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $150.
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Lot 1704

1919, 2¢ carmine rose, type III, rotary coil waste (Scott 540), plate number 10471 and inverted "S 30" pair, o.g., hinge remnant, Fine.
Estimate $100 - 150.
Realized $60.
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Lot 1705

1919, 2¢ carmine rose, type III, rotary coil waste (Scott 540), plate number 10729 and "S 30" pair, o.g., lightly hinged, Fine to Very Fine, Durland reports this plate number as scarce. Extremely Rare, perhaps unique, a BIA survey reports only one collector reported owning this stamp in their collection.
Estimate $150 - 200.
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Lot 1706

1921, 2¢ carmine rose, rotary coil waste (Scott 546), "S 30" and plate number 12483, 12515-18 pairs, o.g., hinged (some hinge remnants); some small faults, Very Good to Fine, Durland reports 12516 and 12518 as scarce. 12516 and 12518 are rare, a BIA survey reports only three collectors reported owning these plate numbers in their collection.
Scott $1,050.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Unsold
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Lot 1707

1929, 2¢ carmine coil, type II (Scott 599A), joint line pair with partial plate number 19748, o.g., never hinged, typical centering of plate number capture pairs, Very Good to Fine.
Scott $1,150.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Unsold
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Lot 1708

1929, 2¢ carmine coil, type II (Scott 599A), joint line pair with partial plate number which previous owner attributed to 19685, o.g., never hinged, typical centering of plate number capture pairs; tiny perf disc indent at upper right, otherwise Fine.
Scott $1,150.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $325.
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Lot 1709
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1939, 1¢-10¢ Presidential coils (Scott 839-851), over 350 different plate numbers, mostly in strips of 5, with a minority of singles, pairs and smaller strips, sorted by plate number, o.g., hinged or never hinged, overall fresh with a tremendous amount of work to find all these different plate numbers, generally sound, Very Good to Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $550.
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Lot 1710

1939, 10¢ Presidential, horizontal coil (Scott 847), line strip of 3 with partial plate number 22102 above center stamp, o.g., never hinged, Just Fine, plate number 22102 is considered to be very rare.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Realized $225.
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