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Lot 440

Ireland, Sparkling Mint Collection, 1922-90. A wonderful, clean, comprehensive all mint collection neatly assembled in a pristine Palo hingeless album; all the premium items are accounted for, including highlights such as Scott #1-8, 12-14, 15-18, 19-22, 23-35, 36-38, 39-43, 44-58, 65-76, 77-79, 91-92, 93-95, 96-98, 106-17 and complete from there, with lengthy runs of mint sets, Airmails complete, Dues, etc.; also includes a nicely representative one-volume all used collection on White Ace pages, and a lovely holding of booklets. Fresh, mostly Fine to Very Fine, with the mint collection a real keeper, inspection invited.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,800.
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Lot 441
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Ireland, Oddball Collection, 1922-2000. Presented in three volumes, includes a few hundred Great Britain stamps with Irish postmarks, a volume of Irish booklets, ephemera and test stamps, and most importantly a volume of pairs and strips of three with control numbers, professionally annotated, it contains (56) strips of three (6) pairs (8) singles and a corner block of six, with perfed & imperf selvage, a unique collection well worth the time invested reviewing it, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $2,040.
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Lot 442

Ireland, Collection, 1922-1940. On Vintage Reproduction of Scott Specialty pages from classical issues through George VI, containing: 1-8, 9-11, 10A, 12-14, 23-35, 44-58, 65-76, 77-79, 77b-79b, 91-92, 96-98, 106-117, J1-4 and J5-14. 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 $3,120 Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $720.
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Lot 443
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Ireland, Revenues on Document Collection, 1860-1970. A binder with over 85 documents with Irish revenues or revenue stamped paper, includes Northern Ireland, on court documents, registrar's certificate, exemption order, driving license, fire policy, checks, denoting stamps, firearms act, passport, promissory note, unemployment book, many Barefoot listed, it would take years to duplicate this lot, mixed condition, please review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
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Lot 444
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Ireland, Emerald Collection, 1922-95. Housed in an Edifil album, a lovely, generally sound collection (though a few stamps show rust spots--taken into account in the estimate) sporting among its highlights mint 1922 Overprints (Type I), plus 5mm-wide and 6mm-wide "1922" varieties, #118-119, 142-144 (rust), 147-148, 149-150 (rust), 153-154, and n.h. #157-158, 161-162, 163-164, 167-168, 175-176, etc., see how lucky you could be--viewing welcome.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $540.
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