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Sale 5037

British and Worldwide
Stamps and Postal History

Philatelic Literature: Collections
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Lot 13967

Assorted Philatelic Literature, in two large boxes, includes Poland Locals by A. Hall, United Nations literature, Scott U.S. Possessions album with pages, Springer Handbooks 5th-10th editions, plus various auction catalogs, please examine, Fine to Very Fine.
Realized $100.
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Lot 13968

Postal Stationery Magazine, 1974-95, . Appears complete for years listed, also includes accompanying Postal Stationery Pantograph, a lot of useful information not to be found elsewhere for postal envelopes and cards, Fine to Very Fine.
Realized $40.
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Lot 13969
Stamp Collecting Literature, lot includes Postage Due by George Arfken, American Stampless Catalog, two UPSS Catalogs of the 19th and 20th Century Stamped Envelopes, Lick 'em Stick'em The Lost Art of Poster Stamps and other general works on the hobby, Very Fine.
Realized $60.
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Lot 13970
Worldwide Catalogs & Reference Works. Interesting property, including several commercial stamp catalogues such as 1947 Ceres France Colonies; 2004 Michel Germany Specialized (Volumes 1 & 2); Newfoundland Specialized: The Trail of the Caribou"; Know your stamps by Aretz, plus a fair amount of "The American Philatelist' numbers issued in 1965-66 period. Also as a bonus we noted 1959 15¢ air mail sheet, incl. first day cover signed by Postmaster General; 1965 5¢ salvation army commemorative sheet signed by the honorable William McMillan (Assistant Postmaster General of the United States). A no brainer lot at our estimate, Fine to Very Fine.
Realized $40.
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Lot 13971

Zeppelin Books. Six softbound publications: 1.) Zeppelintochten Boven Engeland by W. Ten Have, 1916, 126p., spine loose; 2.) 30 Jahre Zeppelin Luftschiffahrt by Richard Louis, 1930, 40p, cover repairs; 3.) Lighter-Than-Air, The Story of the U.S.S. Akron, 1932, 32p., front cover loose; 4.) Standard Oil Bulletin, Dec 1933, featuring a 9-page article, "Macon, Air Queen of the Navy"; 5.) U.S.S. Shenandoah by C.L. Keller, 1965, 24p; 6.) Hindenburg Crash Mail, The Search Goes On by Arthur Falk, 1976, 64p., generally Fine to Very Fine.
Realized $70.
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