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Grenada
 
 
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Lot 435

Grenada, Collection, 1861-1951. On Vintage Reproduction of Scott Specialty pages from classical issues through George VI, containing: 1, 3, 5, 5B, 6, 8-10, 16, 20-26, 21a, 29 with APS certificate, 34, 39-46, 48-57, 68-76, 77-78, 79-88, 87-88, 91-112, 114-23, J1-3 and J6. Condition is mostly mint and is much better than average with many fresh appearing and mostly sound issues, generally Fine to Very Fine or better. This collector really prized clean and well centered issues and didn't compromise to just fill holes, so you will find that even though we could have broken this down further, this collection is meaty with many difficult issues for you to fill in your collection or (if you are a dealer) break down for individual sale.
Scott $5,457 Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,080.
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Lot 436
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Grenada, Mint and Used Collection, 1861-1949. Nearly complete for the period on Scott Specialty album pages; highlights include used #14, 16, 26, 27-29, 39-46 and mint 7A (no gum), 34 (no gum), 48-57, 67 and 66-150; condition of the early Queen Victoria issues is a bit mixed, but virtually everything else is clean and F-VF.
Scott $3,000 Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $720.
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Lot 437
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Grenada, Glowing Collection, 1861-1955. Mounted on Scott country pages, a very pretty, near complete assemblage; beginning with Chalon head Victorias and running through a newly-crowned Elizabeth II, this collection lacks 11 stamps for completion; centering on earliest stamps is as you would expect (still quite nice), and there is some tropicalizing on a couple 1883 issues--but overall a stunning set; starting with a lightly used (?) Scott #1, other highlights (mint unless otherwise noted) include 5B (used), 5D (used), 20-25, 27-28, 39-46, 48-57, 58-67, 68-76, 77-78, 79-88, 91-112, with Dues and War Tax stamps as well, o.g., hinged or never hinged (most l.h. with some later n.h.), Fine to Very Fine+, wear your shades--you'll need them as you view.
Scott $2,500 Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $660.
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