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Sale 5033

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Stamps and Postal History


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Lot 6658
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Worldwide, Old Time Collection, 1840-1924, that appears to be virginal and this might be the first time this collection has been touched in many decades. Collection is housed in old time bound Stanley Gibbons, starting with great British Commonwealth section and moving into great classical worldwide and finally United States, containing better items and areas that include: Antigua some better Chalon heads, Canada 14, 17 (2), 18, 22, 24, 26, 28-30, small Queens to 10c, 46-47, 58-59, 73, 99-100, 103, Great Britain 1, 5, shilling values including Victoria to 10/-, £1 Violet Victoria (faulty) and Edward to 10/-, offices, Hong Kong with 7 better Victoria Surcharge overprints, some good early New South Wales Victorias, New Zealand - 12 early Chalon heads and some decent Victorias, good Queensland Chalon heads, good South Australia early Victorias and good early Victoria official overprints, Tasmania - 11 early Chalon heads, Germany better early Baden, Bavaria and Thurn and Taxis, 3 good early Tuscany, Italy 58-63, Japan 7 early small Dragons, good Imperial Crest selection, early cancels, strong early Persia, good Siam, Norway 3-5, 8-9, 11-15, good numerals and coat of arms, Switzerland good representation of perforated seated Helvetia issues, early Turkey, United States: 92, 149, 151, 153, 230-38, 294-99, 24 Interesting Newspaper Facsimiles and Confederate States 1. Usual mixed condition as one would expect to see with stamps of this age, some stamps have been in the album for so long that they are stuck to the page. In all, this is an impressive old time collection with a tremendous Scott value, V.G.-Fine appearance. Scott approximately $100,000+ (Owner's) .
Suggested Bid $7,500
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Realized $4,250.
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Lot 6659
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Worldwide, Mint Accumulation, 1880-1990, fresh lot of mint worldwide stamps and souvenir sheets, includes Isle of Man 5186, Japan 409, 2820, Jordan C35-C40, Korea 545a, Paraguay C54, Somali Coast C19, Swaziland 436-439, Switzerland C45, and much more of this ilk, a lot sure to please any internet dealer, please inspect, F.-V.F. Scott $2,500+ .
Suggested Bid $500
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Realized $400.
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Lot 6660
 
Worldwide, Ersttagsblatt, First Day Cards, 1980-2012, includes various Germany, Austria, British America, & U.S. albums, cover albums, a collection of German First Day Sheets (Ersttagsblatt), and issues of the German Postal Specialist from the 1980s to 2012, F.-V.F., examine carefully.
Suggested Bid $300
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Realized $150.
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Lot 6661

Worldwide, 1940-70s, Business Reply envelopes, 98 covers, almost all U.S., 12 are of particular scarcity, e.g. BRP label, pouch mail, block of 6 $1 4th Bureau, singleton $5 postage due, etc.; 40 covers franked with various U.S. postage dues, many top-of-the-pile; 46 returned to the U.S. from overseas, franked from 40 different countries + 6 foreign BRP rarely seen [Australia, Bangladesh, Canada (beautiful overall chicken design), Guatemala, NZ and Philippines (with postage due stamp), a lovely lot, ideal for expansion to a most interesting exhibit, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $300
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Realized $150.
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Lot 6662

Worldwide, Old-Time Postal History Assortment. A very interesting and diverse range of material of a few hundred covers, virtually all pre-1946, 98% used, virtually everything is commercial including better such as late 19th Century illustrated in a hotel Columbus cover through to WWII various individual color cachets propaganda, Swiss colored postcards, 19th Century Russia Tsarist used, French Colonies, German States, Hungary, Poland, Great Britain, Italy, USA, other good advertising including Bechstein piano illustrated, interesting Trieste registered with commercial bank seals and much more for the specialist or dealer to enjoy. This description is just the tip of the iceberg, a thoroughly recommended viewing, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $300
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Realized $150.
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Lot 6663
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Worldwide, Mish-Mash Accumulation. A diverse lot with United Nations sheets, worldwide sets, part sets and singles in the modest range, plus a fair number of home-made approval books with unchecked stamps. We also noted some U.S. & Canada first day covers, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $300
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Realized $150.
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