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Lot 150
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U.S., Large Accumulation of Better 19th Century Singles. Neatly organized by issue on large black stock cards, consisting of used: 9X1 (2 with faded signatures), 9X1a, 89, 119 (8), 120, mint (many with removed cancels and regummed): 10X1, 1c 1851 issues (9 singles and three pairs), 10/11 (10 singles), 24 (65 singles), 26/26A (57 singles), 63 (25), 65 (50), 68 (6), 73 (89), 77, 93 (7), 112 (8), 113 (29), 114 (26), 115 (6), 119 (3), 148, 159 (2), 186, 189, Bank Notes: 1c (110), 2c (41), 2c orange (66), 3c (140), 5c blue (5), 10c (20), 205 (24), 206 (52), 210 (38), 211 (13), 213 (58), 214 (34), 215 (26), 216 (50), 230-37 and 240. Several faults, condition and centering will of course be mixed, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, high cumulative Scott value. Viewing recommended to properly evaluate.
Estimate $15,000 - 20,000.
Realized $18,000.
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Lot 151

U.S., 10¢ Banknote Specialized Accumulation. Hundreds (probably thousands) of stamps in two old time stock book, formed approximately 50 years ago with fascinating multiples (ie blocks and pairs), plate varieties, shades, double transfers, color cancels including some bright magenta, blue, red, fancy cancels including stars, Maltese crosses, grids, steamship, NYFM, etcetera, almost impossible to duplicate, generally Fine to Very Fine, A perfect horde for the specialist. We recommend viewing to properly evaluate.
Scott $100,000+ (Owner's) Estimate $15,000 - 20,000.
Realized $13,800.
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Lot 152
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U.S., Mint & Used Old Time Accumulation, 1869-1955. Ten original lot envelopes from the Charles Russ Stock, unprocessed and completely intact as purchased in an estate type sale, includes items such as 288, 289, 834 plate block & two blocks of four, 1053 (5), C1 (24), C2 (7), C3 (19), C4 (25), C5 (38), C6 (23), C13, C18 (13), E1, E3, with hundreds more, this is a voluminous lot that inspection will help appreciate it, tremendous breath and depth, gigantic retail value, viewing will unlock the huge potential that this lot presents to the internet trader, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $110,000 Estimate $15,000 - 20,000.
Realized $11,400.
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Lot 153
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U.S., Old Time "Big Value" Classic Accumulation. Neatly laid on stock pages or mounted quadrille pages, containing the following mint issues: 63 (7), 65 (6), 67 (2), 68 (2), 69, 70/78 (3), 71, 72, 73, 75, 76 (2), 112 (3), 113, 114, 123, 133 (3), 134 (2), 135, 136 (3), 137, 141, 145 (6), 146 (10), 147 (5), 148 (17), 149 (2), 150 (5), 153 (2), 155, 156 (4), 157 (7), 158 (8), 159 (4), 160, 161 (7), 162 (3), 163 (3), 165, 166, 178 (5), 179 (6), 182 (11), 183 (6), 184 (4), 185 (6), 186 (3), 187 (5), 188 (3), 189 (3), 190, 191, 205 (11), 206 (9), 207 (6), 208 (7), 209 (15 with various shades including possible black brown), 210 (15 in various shades), 211 (2), 212 (5), 213 (2), 214, 215 (2), 216 (4) and 217 (2). Condition is mixed, with some gum issues, most stamps were checked and the majority appear cancel free, but a small minority have removed cancels, o.g. or without gum, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance. Catalog value will be huge, with tremendous upside potential.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Realized $12,000.
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Lot 154
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U.S., Large Accumulation of 19th and Early 20th Century Multiples. Neatly organized by issue on large black stock cards, consisting of: 11 (block of 6, stamps reduced at right and irregular block of four), 26 (4 blocks of four, pair, strip of three and strip of four), 65 (2 pairs and block of four), some lower value bank notes, 206 block of four, 210 (block of four and block of eight), 212 (3 blocks of four and strip of 3), 219, 220, 222 and 225 blocks of four, 230 (2 blocks of four, 1 block of 8, 2 strips of four, 2 pairs), 231 (5 blocks of four), 232 (2 blocks of four), 233 (block of four and plate number strip of 3), 234 (block of four, plate number strip of four and 2 singles), 235 (block of four and block of eight), 236 block of four, 237 (single and block of four), 239 pair, 1894/1895 issues 1c plate number strip of 3, 2c (2 plate blocks, 15 plate number strips of 3, 1 block of four), 3c (plate number strip of 3 and two blocks of four), 4c (plate number strip of 3 and a pair), 5c (3 plate number strips of 3, block of four), 280 & 281 plate number strips of 3, 285 (5 blocks of four, 6 blocks of four with plate numbers, 4 plate number pairs, block of 16, block of 15), 286 (2 blocks of four, 1 block of six with plate number, 17 plate number pairs), 287 (block of four and plate number pair), 294 (5 blocks of four, 1 block of six, 1 plate number strip of four, 1 block of six with plate numbers, plate block of six, block of 16, 6 singles), 295 (2 plate number strips of 3, 5 plate number strips of 4, 5 blocks of four, 1 block of 6, some loose and irregular pieces, plate block of 6, plate block of 8, irregular block of 28), 296-8 blocks of four, 300 (2 blocks of four), 301 block of four, 302 (2 blocks of four), 304 (2 blocks of four), 305 block of four, 306 block of four, 307 block of four, 308 block of four, 319 block of four, 323 (plate block of six, plate block of four, block of four), 324 (top plate and corner block of 10, plate block of four, plate number strip of three and plate number pair), 325 (2 blocks of four), 327 (2 blocks of four), 328 (8 blocks of four, 1 block of 6), 329 (12 blocks of four, 2 plate blocks of 6), 330 (2 blocks of four), 368 block of four, 371 block of four, 397 (5 blocks of four, 1 block of six, 1 plate block of six), 398 (5 blocks of four, 1 block of six), 399 (3 blocks of four) and 401 block of four. Condition and centering will of course be mixed, o.g., hinged or never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, high cumulative Scott value. Viewing recommended to properly evaluate.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Realized $15,600.
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Lot 155

U.S., 1¢ Pan-American Wholesale Group (Scott 294). 577 stamps, some well centered, o.g., never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $24,523 Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Realized $3,120.
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Lot 156

U.S., Duck Stamp Accumulation, 1934-45. On black stock pages, mostly mint (and the occasional used stamp), many with plate numbers, consisting of: RW1 (4, 1 is used, cancelled in selvage), RW2 (7), RW3 (11, 1 is used), RW4 (13, 1 is used), RW5 (15), RW6 (13, 1 is used), RW7 (14), RW8 (7), RW9 (5, 3 are used), RW10 (4, 1 is used), RW11 (12), RW12 (22), RW13 (16), RW14 (12), RW15 (10), RW16 (5), RW17 (5), RW18 (5), RW19 (2). A few minor gum issues otherwise, condition appears mostly sound, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, We recommend viewing to properly value.
Scott $22,000 (Owner's) Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $3,600.
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Lot 157
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U.S., Mint and Used Mixed Accumulation. In a box filled with thousands of stamps, full of stock books and smaller boxes containing used 19th century and mint and used early 20th century with unsorted Washington / Franklins with some potential (including a 1¢ partial coil roll), as well as early officials, banknote with various cancels and a small book of covers. There is a significant amount of stamps in the $10-$50 Scott value range. Condition is mixed as usual. Decent break up value if you have the time to properly break this down into smaller lots, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $2,040.
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Lot 158
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U.S., Back-of-the-Book Accumulation. Hundreds of stamps, includes a postage due stock book from banknote issues to later B.E.P. issues with Scott value of over $4,000, a group of genuine and reprint locals, a small revenue collection and a decent group of first issue revenues on stock pages, some revenues on document, some mint Tobacco strip stamps, ducks, some Confederates, a few large Newspapers. Usual mixed condition. Good potential for decent return, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $1,680.
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Lot 159

U.S., 2¢ Trans-Miss. Wholesale Group (Scott 286). 8 sheets, 3 of which have the top 10 stamps (top plate blocks) separated from sheets, each stuck to glassine paper, generally Fine to Very Fine, Scott value as plate blocks, arrow blocks and singles.
Scott $14,960 Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,920.
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Lot 160
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U.S., Commemorative Wholesale Accumulation. 230 (35), 231 (45), 232 (2), 233 (4), 234 (2), 235 (2), 236 (2), 237 (2), 238-41, 286 (94), 294 (66), 295 (171), 323 (22), 330, 367 (15) and 372 (44). Some faults, o.g., hinged or never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $10,675+ Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,320.
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Lot 161
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U.S., Old Time Accumulation, Mostly from the 1930s. Many sheets and large blocks including #692-701 plate blocks, C18 block, 611 partially reconstructed sheet (including centerline block), 373 plate block, some British sets mixed in, intact as received from old-time upstate New York estate, o.g., hinged or never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $2,400.
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Lot 162

U.S., Mint Multiple Accumulation. In small box with better items that include: 264 plate block, 279 plate block, 370 large block, 565 plate block, 630 (3) and more, appears mostly sound, high catalog group, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $2,040.
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Lot 163

U.S., 1¢ to 2¢ 1895 Issue Wholesale Hoard. 250 plate number strip of 3, 252 plate number strip of 3, 264 (10 blocks of four, 36 plate number strips of 3), 265 (4 plate number singles, a pair and corner margin single), 266 (9 singles, 1 block of four, 2 plate number strips of 3), 266/267 combination pairs (10), 267 (25 blocks of four, 1 block of 20, 24 plate number strips of 3, 80 plate number singles and 279B (2 blocks of four, 3 plate number strips of 3). Condition appears mostly sound, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $14,188 (Owner's) Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,920.
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Lot 164
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U.S., Large Kans. Nebr. Wholesale Accumulation. In large and irregular blocks and singles, 658 (298), 661 (102), 661 (49), 674 (33), 677 (66), very fresh and attractive, o.g., mostly never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $12,000+ (Owner's) Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $2,400.
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Lot 165
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U.S., Brilliant Mint & Used Accumulation, 1861-1970. Filling two large cartons, the value is in the mint NH blocks that include 397 block of ten, 549 block of fifty, 614 plate block of thirty seven, 615 plate block of thirty, 616 block of six teen, 619 plate block of nineteen, 621 block of twelve, E14 plate block of twenty, QE1 plate block of twenty, QE2, mint plate blocks 832 (4), 833 (2), 834, plus Prexie coils, C10a complete booklet, full sheets of U.N. 1-6, 9-11, C1-C4, Canal Zone O1-O8, plus much more to discover, a business in two boxes, a few mixed conditions, but generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $960.
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Lot 166
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U.S., 10¢ Green Special Delivery Accumulation, 1908 (Scott E7). 226 singles, with various cancels and shades, some of the cancels are attributed and some are quite scarce, condition is a little mixed, overall decent specialist collection with plenty of variety for another specialist to continue to study, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,440.
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Lot 167

U.S., Souvenir Sheet Accumulation, 1933-34. Includes #730 (42), #731 (31), 735 (79), #750 (32), #751 (83), few if any condition issues, please inspect, what was checked was o.g., never hinged, or no gum as issued, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,320.
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Lot 168
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U.S., Used Plate Block & Block of Four Accumulation. Hundreds of blocks in glassines and identified by Scott number, better includes 628, Prexies to the $5 plate block, plate blocks of Famous Americans, name blocks of Overrun Countries, 1053, 1295, and much more, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $660.
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Lot 169

U.S., Early 20th Century Wholesale Group. 614-16 (10), 617-19 (10), 632-42 (16 sets, without 634A), 704-15 (12) and assorted imperfs from 383//611, o.g., never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $2,908 (Owner's) Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $720.
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Lot 170

U.S., PNC Lot, 1970-2000. 508 better PNC's, all NH, includes (25) strips of 8 to 11 and 4 unlisted values of computer vended coils, all are strips of five or larger, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $3,432 (Owner's) Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $390.
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Lot 171
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U.S., 10¢ Green Special Delivery Accumulation, 1908 (Scott E7). 36 singles, 31 with mostly different plate numbers, 5 with imprints, condition appears mostly sound, o.g., hinged, some are never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $570.
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Lot 172
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U.S., Prexy Error, Freak and Oddity Hoard. In sheet file folder containing hundreds of stamps with various Presidential inking errors, mill splices, some miscut and color shifts, includes 16¢ Lincoln Presidential complete sheet with total ink smear all over sheet and a small quantity of non-Presidential errors, o.g., many never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $510.
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Lot 173
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U.S., Washington-Franklin Accumulation. On a double sided stock page, mostly mint, starting with some early perf 12, perf 8.5 and perf 10 coils, 407 (2), 415, 416 (2), 417 (2), 418 (2), 419 (2), 420 and some perf 10 issues and imperfs, most stamps appear to be correctly identified, but the coils should be carefully evaluated to determine authenticity, owners Scott value is between $3,500 and $4,500, condition appears mostly sound with some decent value of these popular issues, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $570.
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Lot 174
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U.S., 10¢ Green Special Delivery Accumulation, 1908 (Scott E7). 31 singles, 1 pair with inverted watermark, 1 stamp with a dot variety, several with various slight color varieties, condition appears mostly sound, o.g., hinged, some are never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $540.
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Lot 175
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U.S., 234 and Q3 NH Hoard. 234 block of 22 and 3 singles, Q3 right plate block of 12, top plate block of 10, corner margin irregular block of 17 and 4 singles, vast majority of the stamps are sound, o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $360.
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Lot 176
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U.S., Famous American Wholesale Group (Scott 859-893), blocks from broken sheets. 32 complete sets, plus some extra values including 893 (40), o.g., mostly never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $2,253 (Owner's) Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $240.
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Lot 177
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U.S., 10¢ Airmail Special Delivery Imperf Holding, 1935 (Scott 771). 12 centerline blocks, 10 sets of arrow blocks and 24 blocks of four, without gum as issued, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $1,694 (Owner's) Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $390.
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Lot 178
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U.S., Wholesale Lot of the 2¢ Yorktown, 1931 (Scott 703). Consisting of 131 plate blocks of 10, 11 plate blocks of 8, 7 plate blocks of 6, 154 plate blocks of 4, with both layouts, plenty of well centered stamps and shade varieties, so be sure to allow to some time to view and you might find the dark lake shade, o.g., mostly never hinged, Very Good to Very Fine, if you assume everything is hinged (which it is not), the catalog value is over $1,000.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $450.
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Lot 179
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U.S., Mint & Used Accumulation, 1870-2000. In a box you will find a yearbook collection with 1973-1977, 1980-1989, 1990, 1992-2000 yearbooks, stockbook of used cut squares, and a mint sheet file with values up to 34 & 39¢, plenty of face so go get it!! Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $270.
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Lot 180
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U.S., Wholesale Lot of the 2¢ Yorktown, 1931 (Scott 703). Group of 17 sheets and 4 large blocks without selvage, 14 sheets are layout #1, 3 sheets are layout #2, some sheets with small adhesion faults (only affecting a couple stamps per sheet), but overall mostly sound, great for the specialist or person hunting that elusive well centered graded single, o.g., mostly never hinged, Very Good to Very Fine.
Estimate $100 - 150.
Realized $72.
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Lot 181

U.S., 1992 Arkansas Wild Turkey Sheet Accumulation. 994 sheets of ten of the Wild Turkey Stamp, with a face value totaling $49,700; priced on eBay at $9 a stamp, o.g., never hinged, Fine to Very Fine, the perfect opportunity for the hawkish dealer or internet seller--swoop in and gobble up this issue.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $480.
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