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Lot 182
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U.S., Commemorative Stock. Thousands and thousands of stamps in two shoe boxes packed with stamps mostly from 1930's - 1960's with a few early issues including some Columbians 230 pair and 231 block of 5, some Washington / Franklins, Bureau issues and 2¢ reds, plus a box containing a few hundred FDC's and some loose stamps, o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $15,864 (Owner's) Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Unsold
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Lot 183
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U.S., Mint & Used Dealer Stock, 1851-1975. Several hundred stamps in display cards, better mint includes 133a, 211B, 233, 285, 294 block of four, 295 block of four, 296 block of four, 297, 298 pair, 299 pair, 395, 396, 534A, 557, 558, 560, 570, C3 (3), C18 plate # single, booklets BKC1, used 12, 72, 101, 119, a plethora of choice material, please examine, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $50,000+ (Owner's) Estimate $7,500 - 10,000.
Realized $6,300.
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Lot 184
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U.S., High Scott Value Stock. In small box of glassines, containing used: 7 pair, 9 (2), 17 (3), 18, 23 (2), 25, 30A, 34 (2), 36 (3), 63 (6), 68 (15), 69 (8), 70 (5), 71 (11), 72 (6), 75, 76 (18), 77 (9), 78 (11), 85B, 87 (3), 89 (2), 92 (3), 93 (4), 95 (2), 96 (7), 97 (4), 98 (6), 113, 114 (26), 115 (3), 117 (2), 119, 138 (2), 123 no gum, 149 (8), 151 (5), 152 (2), 153 (11), 160 (3), 161 (2), 162 (14), 165 (10), 189 (21), 190 (14), 208 (2), 214 (7), 217 (4), 229, 238, \240 (2), 288 (5), 289 (2), 290 (5), 292 (4), 311 (8), C3 (2) and mint: 238, 239, 269 (3), 271, 272, 273, 282C, 286 (3), 287, 288, 289, 291, 307 (8), 309, C1-3, C6, E3 and Q11. Some faults, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, High Scott value at very low start price. Please view.
Scott $65,153 (Owner's) Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $5,400.
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Lot 185
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U.S., Mint & Used Dealer Stock, 1851-1970. Meaty dealer stock, with used 67, 68, 72, 91, 97 (2), 112 (3), 116 (2), 117 (2), 119 (4), 120, 137, 138, 151, 276, mint 291, 297 NH (2), 298, 299, E2 (4), E7 (2), E8 (4), a few better cancels, with many other valuable stamps, some useful duplication, each stamp is identified and in a glassine, inspection suggested, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $30,000 Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Realized $2,520.
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Lot 186

U.S., Small Bureau Mint Stock, 1890-97. Carefully organized by issue on Vario stock pages, consisting of: 219 (4), 219D (4), 220 (8), 220a, 221 (3), 222 (4), 223 (6), 224 (5), 225 (5), 226 (4), 227 (2), 228 (3), 229 (2), 246 (4), 247 (4), 248 (2), 249, 250 (3), 252, 253, 254 (4), 255 (6), 256 (4), 257 (3), 258 (2), 259 (2), 261A, 268 (3), 269 (2), 270 (3), 271 (5), 272 (7), 273 (3), 274 (2), 275 (3), 276 (2), 277, 280 (9), 281 (2), 282 (7), 282C (2), 283 (4) and 284 (3). Usual mixed condition, generally Fine to Very Fine, a lovely group with several better attractive very fine singles.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $3,120.
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Lot 187
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U.S., Newspaper Stock. On black stock pages on dealer tear pages, containing mint (some o.g.): PR2, PR3, PR5, PR9-17, PR19, PR23, PR24, PR25, PR28, PR32, PR58, PR60, PR85 and used: PR17, PR18, PR20, PR21 (2), PR112, PR121 (2), PR122, PR123 (2), PR124 (2) and PR125, scattered flaws, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Scott $21,000+ (Owner's) Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $3,600.
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Lot 188
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U.S., Newspaper Stock. On black stock pages on dealer tear pages, containing mint (some o.g.): PR3, PR9 (9), PR10 (11), PR11 (5), PR12 (2), PR13, PR14 (3), PR14 with PSE certificate, PR15 (4), PR33, PR35, PR57 (7), PR57 with PF certificate, PR58 (5), PR58 with PF certificate, PR59 (3), PR59 with PF certificate, PR60 with PF certificate, PR60, PR61 (2), PR62 (5), PR64, PR65 with PF certificate, PR70 with PF certificate, PR72S, PR78, PR81 (21), PR81 with PF certificate, PR82 (2, both with PF certificates), PR83 (2, both with PF certificates), PR85 with PF certificate, PR86, PR86 with PF certificate, PR90 (3), PR91 (4), PR91 with PF certificate, PR92, PR95 with PSE certificate, PR102 (3), PR103 (2), PR104 (2), PR105 with PF certificate and used: PR11 (3), PR12, PR14, PR16, PR59, PR62, PR83 with PF certificate, PR120 punch cancel with PF certificate, scattered flaws, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, We recommend you view to properly evaluate.
Scott $30,000+ (Owner's) Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $4,500.
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Lot 189
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U.S., Mint Stock, 1883-1932. In small dealer book of dealer tear sheets, sorted and identified by issue, containing: 210 block of 4, 212 (2), 227, 230 (2 NH, 2 LH), 232 block of 4, 238, 285 block of 4, 291, 294 (5), 296 block of four, 297 (2), 298 (2), 299, 302 (2), 303 (2 NH, 2 LH), 304 (1 NH, 2 hinged), 305 block of four, 306 pair, 307 block of four, 308 NH strip of 3, 320 block of four, 323 NH plate number pair, 324 block of four, 325, 326 (3), 328 (12 NH, 3 hinged), 328 NH plate number block of 4, 329 (9 NH, 1 LH), 329 NH block of four, 330 NH, 330 block of four, 333 block of four, 334 block of four with plate number, 335 block of four, 340 (1 NH, 1 hinged), 336 block of four, 339, 343-47 pairs or blocks of four, 371 top arrow block of four, 377 (2), 378 (4), 397 (7 NH), 398 NH, 399 (2), 401 (4), 402 (1 NH, 3 hinged), 414 (2 NH, 2 LH), 416 (2), 417 (2 NH, 2 LH), 431 block of four, 432 (2 NH), 433 (1 NH, 1 hinged), 434 block of four, 435 NH, 471 (2 NH, 1 LH), 472 NH, 501 block of four, 507 NH, 516 (3), 517 (2), 548-50 (5 sets), 560 (3), 569 (2 NH, 6 LH), 589 (1 NH, 3 hinged), 591 NH, 614-16 (2 NH sets), 617-19 (15 NH sets), 620-21 (14 NH sets, 4 hinged sets), 623 2 NH blocks of 4, 647-48 (3 NH sets), 700 (2 NH blocks and 2 LH blocks), 701 (6 NH, 4 LH), C20-22 (10 sets), E7 (2), E8 (4) and F1 (3). Condition appears mostly sound, generally Fine to Very Fine, plenty of decent value singles.
Scott approximately $13,700 (Owner's) Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $2,280.
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Lot 190

U.S., Mint NH Dealer Stock, 1926-60. Three plastic tubs with thousands of mint NH U.S., in singles & blocks of four, includes 628 (17), assorted Kansas Nebraska issues, 2¢ Reds, Washington Bicentennials, loads of Farleys, Prexies to the 30¢, Famous Americans, Overrun Countries, all identified and in glassines, a great stock enhancer, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Unsold
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Lot 191

U.S., Block Dealer Stock, blocks of 4. Two binders of blocks, with some better items that include: 555 (2), 612 (3), 664, 675, 719 (10), 832 center line blocks (4), 833, 834 center line block, C7 (5), C8 (6), C9 (5), C10 (2), C11 (5), C20-22 (4), C24 (3), C31 (5) and C46 (7). Condition appears generally sound, o.g., never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $6,021 (Owner's) Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $660.
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Lot 192
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U.S., Unfolded Booklet Pane Stock. 938 booklet panes with some better, face value is $1,945, o.g., never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $6,081 (Owner's) Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,200.
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Lot 193

U.S., Mint Stock, 1861-1940. In small stock book, sorted and identified by issue, containing: 72, 137, 156, 186, 207, 215, 221 (2), 223, 224, 226, 227, 232, 233 (2), 234, 235 (3), 236, 237 (3), 238 (2), 239, 240, 253, 259, 270, 274, 280, 281 (2), 287, 288, 294-96, 298, 325 (4), 326, 330 (2), 371 (3), 373 (3), 379, 380 (3), 399, 400, 402, 418, 427, 434, 517, 617-19 (4 sets), 619 (3), 648 (6), 679, C1, C6, E3 (2), E10, J24, Q7 and Q11. Some minor faults, mostly o.g., hinged (a few regummed stamps among the early issues), Fine appearance, Plenty of decent value singles.
Scott approximately $9,600 (Owner's) Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,020.
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Lot 194
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U.S., Used Stock, 1851-1956. In small stock book, sorted and identified by issue, containing used: 17, 20, 68 (2), 71, 73 (5), 76, 77, 89, 90, 117 (2), 119, 138 (2), 149 (2), 151, 152 (3), 162, 163, 190, 191, 208 (6), 217 (2), 218, 228 (3), 229, 243, 276, 679, E1, J28, Q1-12 and unused: 113. Some minor faults, Fine appearance, plenty of decent value singles.
Scott approximately $7,400 (Owner's) Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $570.
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Lot 195

U.S., Mint Stock, 1890-1940. In small stock book, sorted and identified by issue, containing: 231 (6), 232, 233 (2), 235, 236 (2), 237, 269, 296, 488 (5 line pairs), 489 (5 pairs), 517 (3), 518, 567 (3), 569 (2), 570, 571 (2), 591, 614-16 (3 sets), 617-19 (6 sets), 620-21 (3 sets), C1 and C5 (2). Condition appears mostly sound, o.g., never hinged, Fine appearance, plenty of decent value singles.
Scott approximately $5,400 (Owner's) Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $600.
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Lot 196

U.S., Coil Pair and Line Pair Stock. $1,935 of better airmail coils and line pairs, $1,449 of Prexie coils and line pairs and $1,440 of 721, 722, 723 and 656 coils and line pairs, o.g., never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $4,824 Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $450.
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Lot 197
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U.S., Back-of-the-Book Stock, 1861-1905. Hundreds of mint and used stamps in a red box, with Officials, postage dues, special handling, revenues with R84c, R85c, R114, R148, cut squares, automobile, and state ducks, an easy viewing and a nice group for resale, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $450.
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Lot 198
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U.S., Small Mint Stock of 20th Century Issues. Sorted carefully in glassines, each labeled and identified for easy break down, with the following issues: 285 (2 LH), 286 (2 LH), 287 o.g., 295 (2 o.g., 1 NH), 297 NH, 303 (2 LH), 319 (3 NH), 320 (block and pair LH), 345 NH block of 4, 367 (4 NH), 372 (2 NH), 373 NH, 404 (32 used), 455 (2 NH pairs), 458 NH pair, 483 LH pair and block of four, 495 (9 NH pairs), 516 LH, 532 o.g. block of four, 534 (2 NH pairs, 7 o.g. singles), 534A (4 NH, 2 hinged), 535 (2 NH, 9 o.g.) and 541 LH. Condition is mostly sound, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $390.
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