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Lot 135
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U.S., Valuable Hoard of Better Issues. On dealer cards and stock cards, thrown haphazardly into a small box with many valuable and rare stamps. The cards are roughly identified and most of the cards are correctly identified, As we browse these cards we noticed some very interesting stamps that include used: 1 on folded letter, 7, 9 (2), 9 strip of 3, 12, 14, 15, 23 on cover, 28, 30 (2), 30A, 32 (2), 33 (2), 38, 67, 71 (2), 72 (3), 75 with red cancel, 83, 85B, 85E, 86, 87 (2), 89 (2), 90, 91, 92, 93 VF, 98 (3), 99 (3), 112, 112 on cover, 115 (11), 115 with illustrated Carter Oak Life Inc. Co. ad cover, 116 (2), 117 (2), 119 (7), 120 (2), 121 (2), 145-54, 149, 151, 217, 191 (3), 237-41, 239, 240, 263, C2 with Shanghai postal agency strike on piece with PF certificate, J28 (2), J43 pair, J54, K10, O68, PR17, Confederate States 1, 2, 4 and mint: 73, 75, 77, 117, 146, 165, 186, 215-17, 230P4-245P4, 230-37, 234-35, 237-41, 238, 239 (2), 240, 253 plate number strip of 3, 258, 259, 283, 292, 294-99, 298, 299, 302 (3), 303 (2), 304 (3), 305 (3), 306 (3), 307 (3), 308 (4), 309 (2), 310, 323-27, 328-30, 336-40, 381, 397-400A, 399-400A, 401-3, 407, 418, 419 (2), 403, 420, 429, 429 well centered NH block with PSAG certificate, 430, 435 plate number strip of 4, 480, group of perf 11 blocks (501, 512, 514, 514-16, 516, 528B), 501b, 502b, 506 plate block, 501 plate block, 518 (4), 518a with PF certificate, 518b (2 stamps, both with Crowe certificates), 527 plate block, 533 side plate block, 533 block of four, 534 block of four, 555 block of four, 560 block of four, 570, 570-73, 572-73 blocks of four, 579 plate block of six, 583a, 619 plate block, 630, 650 plate block, 658-79, 731 (25), 663 (20 blocks of four), 830 PSE graded 98 certificate, 832 plate block signed by designer and engraver, 1311 souvenir sheet with foldover to capture plate number, 1470b black and red omitted with Crowe certificate, 1470c with Crowe certificate, 1596d plate block, 2217J, 2016 USA Flag Forever missing die cut and imperf at bottom, C18 block of four, E12 (3), J2, J20, J25, J27, K15, PR81 block of four, Q6 plate block, Q6-9, Q8, 143L5 no gum with P.F. certificate, U98, U188, UO49, RW2, RW7 block of four with plate number, RW33, RW33 plate block, RW37 plate block, 9X1E2, 205E2, WX11 (imperf x10), Confederate States 13 (15) and a couple interesting pieces: a Stereo card of Hawaiian School Children and a post card of Mt. Kilauea eruption in Hawaii. Condition and centering will of course be mixed, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, a valuable amalgam of stamps with many better Scott value pieces and some great reference pieces.Viewing recommended to properly evaluate.
Estimate $15,000 - 20,000.
Realized $18,000.
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Lot 136
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U.S., Valuable Hoard of Better Issues. On dealer cards and stock cards, thrown haphazardly into a small box with many valuable and rare stamps. The cards are roughly identified and most of the cards are correctly identified, As we browse these cards we noticed some very interesting stamps that include used: 31, 72, 76 slight misperf, 76 pair on cover, 77 cover, 90 slight misperf, 96 slight misperf, 97, 99 fault, 115, 119 cover, 121, 217, 232 on 1893 cover to Basel, Switzerland, RB18c, mint: 30, 66 with o.g. Crowe certificate, 107 with Crowe graded 80 certificate, 141 small faults, Crowe certificate, 230-39, 230-34, 233-34, 234, 240, 241, 242, 255, 257, 258, 276 no gum, 290, 291 (2), 296-97, 298 block, 299 (2), 367 plate block, 377 plate block, 397-400, 579 plate block of 6, 584 plate block, 614-16 set of plate blocks, 620-21 plate blocks of 8, 809 PSE encapsulated graded 98, E6, J1 and J3 blocks of four, O22, PR125 plate block (some perf separations), RW2, RW3, RW3 block of 4 with plate number, RW4 (2 blocks of 4 with plate numbers), RW5 and RW6 blocks of four with plate numbers, 255P5 pair, PR6P4, PR7P4, RN-X7 group of four Turner listed essays on blue or green wallpaper, a group of used classical issues with some high values and high Scott value, a group of mint Newspapers. Condition and centering will of course be mixed, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, a valuable amalgam of stamps with many better Scott value pieces and some great reference pieces.Viewing recommended to properly evaluate.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Realized $12,000.
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Lot 137
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U.S., Small Bureau Selection, 1894-1901. On display cards, includes #246-263 less 261A, #264-278, #300-313 complete, and an imprint & plate # strip of three of #279Bc, mostly o.g., a few with certificates, a lovely collection, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
Realized $5,700.
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Lot 138
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U.S., Mostly Mint "Goodies" Selection, 1895-1950. In a stockbook we have mint 292, C18 plate block of six, imprint & plate # strips of three 279 (4), 611 strip of six, 834 plate block of four, used 292, with plenty more mint NH material, sure to be a pleaser as viewing is sure to prove, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $2,040.
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Lot 139
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U.S., Balance of Large Holding. In a good selection of various auction unsolds, random album pages and various miscellaneous stamps on dealer stock cards with all sort of interesting items that should be viewed to properly evaluate, containing some notable items that include: 19 with perforations trimmed off on all sides, PSE certificate, 36 on New Orleans, LA Judicial District Court, Justice's Fees cover, 319g, 534A block of four, 654 Edison's Lamp essay, 634 long ear recut variety in block of 9, 756-65 set of centerline blocks, C3, several stock cards of mint $1-$5 (J77-78), over $100 worth of express mail postage, several EFO's and several fake perf 12 coils with PSE certificates for reference. Usual mixed condition, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,800.
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Lot 140

U.S., Two Dealer Sales Books. 268, 287, 288, 296-99, 302, 305, 308, 325, 327, 328-30, 335, 336, 338-40, 399, 400, 402, 414, 429, 433, 458 pair, 492 line pair, 493 line pair, 495 line pair, 541 plus $2,003 of mint coils from 348//447 which may or may not be legitimate. Condition appears better than usual with many sound stamps, o.g., never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, a great lot for dealer break down into smaller units for bourse or eBay sales.
Scott $10,049 (Owner's) Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,440.
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Lot 141
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U.S., Mint & Used Smorgasbord, 1861-2000. A few hundred on stock pages, includes J18 imprint & plate number strip of five, 302 block of four NH, 1053 block of four (2) and six singles, 537 plate block of six, also mint NH Washington Franklins, 2¢ Reds, and 294-295 in quantities, revenues, mint & used Ducks, Canal Zone, Philippines including E6 imprint & plate number block of ten, some nice used items, a feast for your stock and your wallet, mixed condition on the used, be sure and scope it out, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,080.
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Lot 142
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U.S., Better Assortment of 1851 Issues on Auction Lot Cards. 17 high quality singles on Auction lot cards from over 30 years ago, consisting of: 9 position 84R1L, Recut once at top, twice at bottom, 9 position 70RlL, recut at top and bottom, black numeral 5 cancel and red postmarks, 9 position 46R, 9 position 31R1L, recut at top and bottom, 10 with small boston paid cancel, 10 with light red cancel, 17 with red grid cancel, 15 with red and black postmarks, 15 position 85L1, curl in hair, 15 position 83L, railroad cancel, 14 position 33R, 14 position 33L, 14 position 37L with portion of position 38, 13, 14 (2) and 15. A few small faults, but overall condition is better than usual, centering better than usually encountered with several four margin or nearly four margin copies, generally Fine to Very Fine, A great group for the specialist.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,680.
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Lot 143
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U.S., Large Blocks of 20th Century Issues. Consisting of: 331 (irregular block of 39), 333 (block of 28, block of 18, 17 singles), 377 (block of 72), 406 (block of 56 and block of 12), 529 (block of 21, 22 singles), 530 (block of 36, block of 18) and 555 (29 irregular block, 13 singles), o.g., the vast majority is never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,200.
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Lot 144
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U.S., Group of Multiples. Pairs, blocks, plate blocks, of mostly plate blocks, several of which have adjoining stamps on all sides, sorted and identified by issue, consisting of better items: 532 pair, 631 huge cross gutter block each side with portions of adjoining stamps, 2¢ rare printer's waste never hinged block of 4, 408 Kansas City roulette block signed WCM, 409 Kansas City roulette plate block with C.A.S. backstamp, 576 matched set of plate blocks, 481 three matched sets of normal plate blocks, a matched set of plate blocks each with letter "A" plus centerline block and three arrow blocks, 482 matched set of plate blocks, 343 set of arrow blocks, 409 set of matched plate blocks with portions of adjoining stamps on each side, 343 matched plate block set, 279 group of plate number strips of 3, group of plate blocks: 501, 536, 534 (2), 343 (2), 320, 368 and 484. Condition appears mostly sound, generally Fine to Very Fine. A strong scattering of quality well centered stamps.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,320.
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Lot 145
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U.S., Selection of Mint & Used, 1926-60. In three albums, a stockbook and a plastic tub, with mint blocks of four Washington Bicentennial, 692-701, 233 block of four, Prexies complete (2), Liberty Issue complete, E1-E7, material in tub has some moisture issues, otherwise Fine to Very Fine a nice lot to key in on, examination a must.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $480.
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Lot 146
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U.S., Early 20th Century Commemoratives. On black stock card, consisting of: 294-99, 323-27, 328-30, 397-400A, 401-3 and 548-50. Condition appears mostly sound, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $2,000+ (Owner's) Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $480.
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Lot 147
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U.S., Back-of-the-Book Assortment, 1863-1930. On black stock sheet, includes mint PR114-PR125, RC14 (x3), used RC17, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $192.
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Lot 148
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U.S., Interesting Balance. Consisting of two Blood's Penny Post covers, a 20L15 complete sheet (some faults), a small group of Wells Fargo items with four line pairs and two covers (one cover with "COLLECT" handstamp), Group of Washington Franklin fake coils: 349-50 fake line pairs, 352-55 fake line pair, 356 fake single, 351 fake line pair. A neat lot for a reference collection or for research, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $120.
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Lot 149
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U.S., Mint and Used Group on Original Old Time Dealer and Auction Pages. With highlights that include: used: 14, 119 (6), 239-40, mint: 234, 285 NH plate number pair, 288, 289, 328 XF, 367 NH XF, C1 and C18. Condition appears mostly sound with several well centered and fresh singles, a great lot for the quality conscious philatelist, Very Fine overall.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $240.
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