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Lot 970
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Europe, The Super Collection, 1840-1920. A stupendous presentation of the Classics, with all countries near complete; it is incredible to see so many scarce and rare stamps in a single album; virtually all used and on the whole in well above average condition; among the power players here are Germany with States (including #1s from Bavaria and Saxony), with German Colonies a bonus as many sets are present to the 5M value; Great Britain hosts a Penny Black and 2d Blue, 1847-54 6d to 1/ values, 1867-83 5/, 10/ and £1 (repaired) issues, and the £5 orange on blued paper (repaired, but still a very, very rare stamp), and 1882-91 £1 in purple and in green; Italy with States issues; Denmark has a #1, as does Finland (a #1 and a #2, actually), along with the 1866-67 issue to 1M, 1891 high values, and the very rare 3R50 error of color used; France's 1849 and 1853-60 sets run to 1F, and the 1881-90 Postage Due set runs to 5F (!); wonderful Greece with Hermes Heads and 1896 and 1900 Olympics sets; Iceland includes #1-5; Baltic States, Luxembourg, the Netherlands (including the 5- and 10 Guilder stamps); Norway 1854-1909 complete; Austria, Poland, very good Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Spain with many key stamps, Sweden (including #1-4), Switzerland, etc., etc., etc.--all in a 1911 Edition Schaubek album, Massive catalogue value, with many stamps valued in the 100s or even 1000s of dollars (with one stamp cataloging over $10,000). This is one of the sale's must-see collections.
Estimate $40,000 - 60,000

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Realized $30,000.
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Lot 971
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Europe, Impressive Collection of Classics to 20th Century. In six Yvert albums chock-full of sets, singles and souvenir sheets, strong in the classic period, with better items from Belgium: starting with early Leopold I issues, 37, 72, 73, 75, 102, 136-37, 172-84, 213, 229-36, 435-45, early semi-postals, B34-46, B69-77, B107-13, B114-22, B123-24, B125-31, B144-50, B156-62, B169 (stuck down), B178, B179, B458a, B460-61, B466A-66B, B482a, B514, B515-20, B521-22, B538-43, B547-54, B558-60, B561-66, B605a, B662a, C12A, Bulgaria: 4, Czechoslovakia: B137-39, Denmark: 6, 11-15, 34, 52, 72-78, 82, 135, 136-37, 138-44, 145-54, 167a, 171a, 175a, 181-91, C1-5, Finland: early coat of arms, Russian issues and red cross selection, some early German states, Greece: early Hermes heads, nearly complete 1896 Olympics, 165-78, 194-96, 321-34, 338-43, 344-60, 378-80, 427-36, 481, 535-38, 539-44, 556-67, 568-73, 581, 582-85, C5-7, C15-20, C71-73, N150A-64, Iceland: starting with some better numerals, 124, 138, 144-46, 152-64, 166, 181, 184, C9-11, Ireland: 13-14, 77, 175-76, Italy: 37-44, 58-63, 64-66, 79, 115-18, 119-22, 159-64, 165-69, 171-74, 174A-74G, 248-56, 290-305, 324-28, 331-41, 359-66, 367-76, 377-86, 549-67, 574-76, C3-9, C10-11, C23-26, C28-34, C42-47, C48-49, C62-65, C79-83, C89-94, C95-99, D9-14, E1-11, some Trentino overprints, Aegean Islands: 34, various Aegean Islands overprints from various islands, Malta: 8-13, 17-18, 21-27, 28-45, 49-62, 64, 73, 98-114, 116-29, 131-47, 166, 208-22, 246-62, Netherlands: 1-6, 18, 22, 23-33, 40-53, 55-83, 83a, 90-100, 105, 142-60, 162-63, mostly complete set of 164/93, 306-22, 325-27, 336-39, 368-69, B1-3, B214-18, J27, O16-19, Norway: 1, 2-5, 6-10, 11-15, 16-21, 22-34, 59-61, 104-10, 340-42, B1-3, Poland: 30-40, B11-14, San Marino: 111-14, Sicily: 13h, Spain: 71, 74, 171, 180, 226, 235, 260, 267, 287-96, 331-44, 370, 478-87, 705, 776-79, Sweden: early coat of arms issues, 13s, numerals, 48, 49, 64, 94, 152, 197-212, 213-28, 248-62, B11, B12-21, early officials set, Switzerland: early imperf coat of arms and seating Helvetia group, 98-100, 182, 200-3, 243-46, 293-305, 352a, early semi-postals, B116, B144, C3-12, good postage dues, better than normal official section, 1O1, and some unusual telegraph stamps, Turkey: some early Crescent and Star issues and early overprints, Vatican City: 19-34, 45-46, 47-54, 55-60, C18-19, C20-21, C22-23 and E3-4, select condition much better than typically seen, a few faults as one might expect from a collection with this size, scope and depth, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, a magnificent collection with many better desirable sets that add up to a massive amount of value, view to truly appreciate.
Scott $150,000+ (Owner's) Estimate $15,000 - 20,000.
Realized $12,600.
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Lot 972
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Europe, Massive Valuable Specialized Collection, 1932-2006. Barely restrained in 31 fat stockbooks or hingeless albums covering every aspect of European philately, proofs, blackprints, imperforates, blocks, panes, sheets, sheetlets, private post issues, booklets, you-name-it and its likely here, huge retail and issue costs, just waiting for a new home, excellent for either breakdown or for the anchot of a very nice collection, viewing invited, most of what we looked at that was mint was never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $12,000 - 18,000.
Realized $10,800.
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Lot 973
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Europe, Special Old-Time Collection, 1840-1930. On Schwaneberger Europe pages in two-post binder; strength is in nineteenth-century Classics; some very nice stamps, such as Great Britain first embossed issue (with nice margins) used, as well as Queen Victoria 2/6, 5/, 10/ and £1 green used; strong France, including a 5F Napoleon III used; many early Italian States (one has a Certificate from 1911!); solid Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, Turkey; you don't know what you might find nestled away in here, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
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Lot 974
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Europe, Classic Collection, 1840-1925. In two Schaubek Permanent-Albums with pages to 1925, with some later issues added with blank pages; lovely selection of neatly hinged items from across the continent including states, territories and offices; overall a very good level of completion; some highlights include #1s from Austria, Belgium, Great Britain, Monaco and Norway; Finnish serpentines, German and Italian States, Netherlands Scott #101, 6r Zurich Cantonal (1L4), along with many better sets and singles including Greek Hermes Heads and 1896 Olympics; Italian Dante, Garibaldi and soccer; strong Seated and Standing Helvetias, 1p Red, 2p Blue (imperf and perf), and Britain 124 and 142, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $52,000 Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $3,900.
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Lot 975
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Europe, Old-Time Collection, 1849-1949. On Schwaneberger pages; strong, mainly used, including powerful early Sweden, Belgium, Turkey and Netherlands, with a lot of Czechoslovakia and a nice Estonia collection on separate pages; condition looks better than usual with some beautiful used examples; very fresh and desirable stamps! generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott approximately $25,000 Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $1,800.
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Lot 976

Europe & Colonies, Mint Stock, 1900-2000. An astounding lot of thousands of mint material in two boxes, with dozens of mint complete sets and souvenir sheets like Andorra French 143-153, 159-160, Austria C54-60 NH (2), France 700-705, B249-B254, B267-B272, B294-B299, French Polynesia, Germany 1475-1494A, Greece 549-555, 639-648, 708-715, a ton of Greenland including 177-188, Italy 349-354, 359-366, C79-C83, Liechtenstein 151, Luxembourg B180-B185, B166-B169, Ruanda Urundi 143-1146, Russia, Upper Volta C42-C49, and this is just a taste of what awaits you, a great stock replenisher, be sure and put this on your to see list, what was examined was o.g., never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $2,280.
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Lot 977
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Europe, Large Collection, 1870-1930. Very clean, mostly used collection in 6 Schaubek albums; better singles and sets throughout; not Denmark, Great Britain, Italy, Switzerland, etc.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,320.
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Lot 978

Europe, Air Etiquettes, 1941 Onward. Huge lot of several 1000, some mild duplication, unexamined for varieties, all countries are present, with sheets, blocks, etc., many scarce items, an ideal start for a major collection, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
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Lot 979
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Europe, Old-Time Collection, 1840s-1940s. On blank pages in nice Schaubek Permanent two-post binder; probably two-thirds used; quality is better than usual; strength in Denmark, Germany and States, Russia and Sweden, but also extensive Austria, Baltic States, Belgium, full-toothed Finland serpentines, France, Netherlands, Poland and Switzerland; there are many choice plums here; very surprising with thousands of fresh, bright stamps, o.g., generally Fine to Very Fine, this one will keep you busy for months--check it out.
Scott $15,000 Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $900.
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Lot 980
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Europe, Fabulous Collection, 1850-1950. On 1950 Schaubek Europa album pages in matching two-post binder; includes countries "A-I"; pages are loaded with choice items and many with nice cancellations; several countries include mint and used examples (as Germany 1930s-1940s) as is popular in Europe; this is jam-packed with dozens and dozens of stamps/sets $50-100 and up; in a quick leaf-through we noticed: Belgium #B169 mint ($150), Germany #B49-57 (the elusive Wagner Operas set) used ($390), B59-67 mint and used ($230), B91-used ($100), B105 mint and used ($175), Great Britain #139 c.d.s. ($150), 173 mint ($275), Italy #E17 used ($160); quality is excellent, as is the case with many German collectors; bright and fresh, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $15,000+ Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $2,040.
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Lot 981
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Europe, Classics Collection. Several thousand, mostly used to 1940; better include Belgium, France, Great Britain, Italy, Luxembourg, etc.; does not include Germany; clean throughout.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
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Lot 982
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Europe, Red Cross & Charities Semi-Postals Collection. A beautiful lot, containing items from Albania, Austria, Belgium, Greece, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Serbia (under German occupation), Spain, Turkey (including several n.h. forerunners and half moons), etc.; nice lot with high catalogue value, the stamps may have been issued for charitable purposes, but be selfish--view and bid for yourself.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
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Lot 983
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Europe, High-Quality Collection, 1850s-1930s. Thousands of different stamps on 1938 Schaubek Europa album pages; strength in Austria, Hungary, Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Rumania & Balkans, and Spain; tremendous value with some choice items in Switzerland; many bright and fresh-looking stamps; you will fill many spaces with this one, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $8,650 Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
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Lot 984

Europe, Collection to 1970s. A wonderful 6-volume collection, all n.h. sets; countries include Austria, Great Britain, Liechtenstein, Spain, Malta, Madeira & Azores and Yugoslavia; extremely fresh and attractive throughout, o.g., never hinged.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $960.
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Lot 985
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Europe, Collection, 1850-1950. Thousands of different mint and/or used stamps on over 200 1950 Schaubek "Europa" album pages in matching two-post binder; album is in great condition and can be continued; extremely fresh and bright stamps; singles and sets up to $80 and more; strength in early and mid-twentieth century; This one is a Keeper! generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $570.
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Lot 986
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Europe, Mint & Used Collection, 1871-1960. Hungary, Lithuania, Switzerland & Vatican, mounted in four volumes, includes a Schaubek album with Hungary, includes used 1, 6, C12-C23, mint 8, 198-202, 528, B77-B79, B80-B87, B94, B97, 1947 Roosevelt souvenir sheets, Central Lithuania in a binder with many mint imperfs, Lithuania C1-C7, C8-C14, C40-C46, Switzerland is in a Scott album with scattered coverage, and Vatican with mint & used, a few withg mixed condition, otherwise, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $510.
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Lot 987
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Europe, Old-Time Collection, 1880s-1940s. Mounted by country in order with many hundreds of stamps on blank pages in old springback binder; vast majority used, many with choice cancels; very strong Finland, Great Britain and Italy, with solid Greece and Netherlands; some Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Montenegro, Norway, Switzerland; very little duplication; very useful for the European collector, o.g., generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $6,000 Estimate $600 - 800.
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Lot 988

Europe, Europa Issues Holding, 1961-84. Huge selection of complete sheets in quantity, in two sheet folders: Liechtenstein, Monaco, Channel Islands, Gibraltar, Cyprus, Malta and Yugoslavia, o.g., never hinged, ideal dealer's stock; must be evaluated.
Scott $6,000+ Estimate $500 - 750.
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Lot 989
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Europe, Decent Used Collection, 1870-1920. With some better scattered throughout; should be closely examined; no Germany, but does include Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Great Britain, Greece and Portugal; Norway "V" overprints and London issue both used, Greece nice partial 1896 Olympics set, Britian hosts solid Victoria issues, worth a look.
Estimate $500 - 750.
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Lot 990
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Europe, Continental Collection, 1860-1953. Housed in a large Ka-Be album; many nice cancels, with countries including Austria, Belgium, Finland; Germany includes extensive Occupations, Colonies and Offices, as well as booklet panes/pairs and Allied Occupation issues, etc., great mid-range collection ideal for upgrades.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $240.
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Lot 991
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Europe, Collection (including Germany), to 1940. Several thousand stamps both mint and used in older Schaubek album; very pretty Turkey with Oxhead and "B" overprints, Spanish Guinea "Cénst." overprint plate flaw in block of 4, very nice early France; Classics only; an interesting lot, solid collection on which to build.
Estimate $400 - 600.
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Lot 992

Europe, Near Complete "Europa" Collection, 1956-84. In 2 stockbooks including many souvenir sheets; appears complete less 1956 Luxembourg set, but includes 1958 Luxembourg (2); most mint n.h., some duplication in second stockbook along with NATO and regional-themed groups; very useful, o.g., never hinged, must view; watch Europe grow.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $216.
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Lot 993

Europe, mainly Germany, DDR & Ireland, Covers & Picture Postcards, 1845-1990. Volume of Germany covers, two volumes of DDR covers, small volume of Notgeld & worldwide currency, and a few hundred posted Irish picture postcards, perfect for the internet or flea market dealer, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $168.
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Lot 994
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Europe, End of an Era Collection, 1880-1913. Small collection on pages; best being Italy, with Portugal, Russia and Spain also represented; fill in holes, or use the pages as the building block for your collection--there's room here to grow.
Scott $1,330 Estimate $200 - 300.
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Lot 995
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Europe, Europa Collection, 1956-72. Neatly laid out on Vario pages by issue, a few early issues, but the majority of the stamps are mint, o.g., hinged or never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $1,376 (Owner's) Estimate $150 - 200.
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Lot 996
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Europe (Central), Mint & Used Collection. Several thousand stamps presented for your perusal, includes mint & used Poland collection in a Scott album, Czechoslovakia collection in a binder, Hungary collection in a Scott album with loads of mint souvenir sheets 1202a, 1260, 1392-1395, 1396-1399, and a mint & used Austria collection, dozens of complete sets available, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $390.
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Lot 997
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Europe (Eastern), Mostly Mint Holding, Predominantly 19th & 20th Century. Jam packed and loaded with value, Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Germnay (DDR), Hungary, Jugoslavia; Poland, Romania, all included here plus, organized neatly in glassine envelopes by scott numbers and loaded with idividual items/sets and souvenir sheets, mostly in the under $50 range, plenty of sleepers and a lovely run of this ever-popular area, a lovely lot to peruse, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $4,200.
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Lot 998
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Europe (Eastern), Massive Collection, 1858-1990. Contained in an Yvert album; includes Albania, Batum (plus British Occupation), Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania, Russia; many thousands of stamps, including excellent early- to mid-20th century, great country-wide selections; view.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
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Lot 999

Europe (Eastern), Postal History, 1905-65. Hundreds of cards and covers, with Czechoslovakia first day covers and postal history, Bohemia & Morovia postal history, DDR first day covers, canceled sheets of DDR, Poland postal history, a nice offering with plenty of duplication for trade, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $330.
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Lot 1000

Europe (Western) with Former Colonies and Offices, Mainly Mint Valuable Holding, 19th & 20th Century. Which is rounded out by newer issues that were subscribed to and include Euro currency items, one of the blue-chip favorites of everyone and contains many of the mid-priced better post war sets and earlier, this is a massive lot and contains the following Countries: Belgium; Croatia; Denmark; Finland; France; Germany; Greece; Italy; Liechtenstein; Monaco; Netherlands; Norway; Portugal; San Marino; Serbia; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; Vatican City; contains better and useful sets, singles, souvenir sheets, booklets, premum galore and plan to have a careful look as there are plenty of sleepers lurking within, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Realized $9,600.
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Lot 1001
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Europe (Western), Collection, 1841-1950's. A highly complete collection in four Schaubek albums of Western Europe with the following highlights: Albania J40-44, Andorra, Spanish Administration 31A, Austria: 1-5, 6-11, 17-21, 51-65, 110-27 used, 128-44 mint, 340-53 mint and used, B87-92, B106-9, B112-17, C12-31, P5-7, Offices in Turkey 1-7, Lombardy-Venetia: 1, 3-6, 7-12, 15-19, Belgium 6-8, 9-12, 18-22, 23, 24-26, B123-24, B125-31, B144-50, B156-62, B169, B178, Bulgaria 4 no gum, 6-11, Danzig: 25-30 mixed gray and violet burelage and mixed points up and down, 200-10 mint, 241-54 mint and used, C31-35 used, Denmark 3-4, 7-8, 11-15, 16-22, 25-34, 65-69, 82, 27o 11 surcharged issues, 164-75, 181-87, 189-91, B1-2, C1-3, Thule 1935 set, Finland 5, 9-10, 23-24, a decent amount of Fuime issues, France 12-13, 29-36, 42, 46, nearly complete Peace and Commerce, 109-32, 315-20 mint, 329, 348 mint, 1942 and 1943 Legion and Petain se-tennant strips, B8-10, B11, Germany: 1-11, 12 manuscript cancel, 14-21, 25, 27, 65A, 65C-78 (several sets), B15-18, B23-27 mint, B28-32 used, B33, B34-37 mint and used, B44-48 mint and used, B49-57, B58, B59-67 mint, B68a-d mint, C27-34 mint and used, C35-37 mint and used, C44-45 mint, C46-56 mint and used, 8NB4a, 9N1-9N20 mint with some used values, 9N22-9N34 mint and used, Offices in China 1-4, 6, 37-44, Offices in Turkey 4, 6, 13-22, 28-29, Great Britain 26, 27-28, 42, 49-51, 53-55, 59-60, 78-87, 94-95, 96, 98-105, 107, 108-9, 111-22, 127-40, Greece some decent early Hermes heads, Hungary 486, C24-25, C34, Iceland group of Gildi overprints, 68, 130-37, 149, 163, 166, O4-9, Italian states several Naples and Sicily issues, a couple Tuscany issues, Italy 24-33, 51, 58-63, 64-66, 72, 119-22, 159-64, 201-10, 248-56, 258-64, 268-79, 280-89, 290-305, 324-28, 331-41, 349-54, 359-66, 367-76, 400-9, B17-19, C10-11, C23-26, C28-34, C35-39, C40-41, C66-72, C79-83, C84-88, C89-94, C100-5, CE1-2, E16, Q6, Italian Colonies 13-22, 23-31, 46-50, Luxembourg B50-54, B55-59, B60-65, B67-72, O13, Monaco 6, B9-18, Netherlands 1-3, 4-6, 17-22, 23-33, 50, 53, 90-100, 1942 Legion sheets, J1-12, Norway 1, 5, 9, 12-15, 22-34, 59-61, 104-10, Poland B29 and B29c singles from souvenir sheet, N51-55 mint and used, Portugal 8, 16, 18, 579-86, Romania 172, Saar B1-4 mint and used, B23-29 used (high value is mint), B30-36 mint, B47-53 mint, B64a, CB1a, San Marino 7, B3-11, J57, Sweden 12, 14, mixed perfs on complete numerals set, 197-209, 213-28, Turkey: 53-58, 102-9. A great collection with tremendous value with decent quality containing many quality high catalog value sets and singles that could easily be broken down for tremendous retail value, generally Fine to Very Fine, we recommend viewing to properly evaluate.
Scott $100,000+ (Owner's) Estimate $7,500 - 10,000.
Realized $7,500.
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Lot 1002
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Europe (Western), Desirable Old-Time Collection, 1860-1980. Exceptionally clean and loaded with seldom-offered Classics through the 1930s; includes Belgium, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and especially nice Italy, with individual items cataloguing to $1000, many really scarce and undervalued items; a remarkable holding.
Scott approximately $75,000 Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $3,000.
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Lot 1003

Europe (Western), Wonderful Collection. Housed in a Borek album with excellent mid-priced 20th century issues, mostly mint; better countries include Iceland (sporting a nice Í Gildi set--short, but still wow!), Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, etc.; British Officials, Belgian Telegraphs and French Offices Dues, well worth the time to view.
Scott $17,900 Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,440.
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Lot 1004

Europe (Western), Massive Postal History Accumulation. An exceptional and very diverse accumulation about 500 or so covers, items of postal stationery, etc., from a wide range of countries including Italy & colonies, excellent Portugal from early stampless to stamped, early 19th-century covers, Spain, excellent Switzerland with numerous imperf Strubel and Seated Helvetia covers, nice Greece & area, Netherlands & colonies, Belgium with lots of WWI German occupation items, plus Luxembourg, Cyprus, etc.; as this is a collector accumulation, the percentage of "better" items is much higher than a dealer's sweepings; the key to this lot is to keep digging! generally Fine to Very Fine, from stampless to censors with everything in between; examine.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Realized $780.
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