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U.S. Possessions




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Lot 8066
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U.S., Possessions, Small Accumulation of Auction Lots, 1864-1930, 20 auction lot pages or glassines and dealer tear pages, with mint: Danish West Indies 40-42 pair set, Guam 2-8, 10-12, 4, 6, 10, 12, E1 (2), a 1c blue Hawaii numeral, Philippines 213-17, 218-19, 220-22, and used: Danish West Indies 3, a 2c Hawaii numeral, a few possible faults, but most stamps appear to be in better condition as the sellers obviously thought enough to run the stamps as single lots, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Realized $750.
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Lot 8067
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U.S., Possessions, Used Collection, 1899-1902, fairly complete for the period except the Canal Zone does not have any overprinted Panama issues and there is no Hawaii; all mounted on pages from an old (1934) Scott American Album; nothing rare but lots of $50-and-up stamps including Philippines 212, 223, E4 & C17; generally clean and F-VF.
Scott $3,200.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $400.
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Lot 8068
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Canal Zone, 1904-79, parallel mint and used collections, mounted in combined Scott National albums, fantastic and eclectic accumulation of hundreds, highlights include: unused two #11 Inverted "M" and PANAMA 16mm in pair and in block, 12 PAMANA up in pair and block, 14, 19, 20, two 22 "ONE", 60-65, 70-77, 80, 84-93, 97-99, 106a booklet, 134-135, C6-C14, C15-C20 (2 sets), C21-C31, CO1-CO7, J1-J2, J21-J24, used #12 PAMANA down, 48, 52-54, 95, J3, J4-J9, J18-J20, O1-O7, O3, also included are a group of forged overprints for reference, significant duplication, better then usual condition, includes many useful items, careful inspection is sure to uncover a few hidden gems, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $750.
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Lot 8069
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Cuba and Puerto Rico, 1855-1905, Collections, mounted on Scott and handmade pages, Puerto Rico starts with an attractive starter collection of about 150 Spanish era stamps (including a few hundred dollars catalogue value with some useful items such as unused #5-6, 131-132 and used #133), followed by a nice assortment of U.S. overprints at both angles with unused: two #213, 214, 214 "FORTO' variety, J1-J2, J1-J1a pair, J3a and used J3a, cut squares #U1-U2, U15-U18, and W1, a small group of Rectified Spirits stamps, and a set of Aerovias triangles, Cuba begins with about 100 various Spanish era Cuba including regulars, revenues and newspapers (nothing too exciting but some attractive and useful stamps totaling a couple of hundred dollars catalogue value), then three likely forged Puerto Principe surcharges, then a small group of U.S. era overprints and pictorials including unused #226 and E2, and republic era #232a and 232c overprint errors, mixed but generally quite nice condition, many attractive and useful items, Fine to Very Fine lot.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Realized $400.
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Lot 8070
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Danish West Indies, 1856-1915, parallel mint and used collections, mounted on Scott specialty pages, mint collection is practically complete (missing less then ten items), with many extras such as shades, inverted frames, multiples and unusual items, highlights include: #1 pair, 3-4, two defective 12, 13, 14 and 31-39, used collection missing a few more but includes many extras as well, highlights such as: two #1, #2 pair, #2 rouletted, #3-4 and 43-50, also included are 1905 and 1906 Danish West Indian Lottery tickets, condition is far above average for these though some faults are to be expected, a fantastic basis for further expansion or a marvelous opportunity for break-down, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 8071
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Ryukyus, Complete Collection, 1948-72, mounted on Scott Specialty pages, missing just two stamps—and not the two you'd expect; includes #1-7 and 1a-7a complete, #17c, two pages of 10Y on 50s surcharge varieties, plus all Airs and Express; a couple later commemoratives missing, but those you'll probably find in the additional material included, comprising singles, some complete panes, plus postal stationery (mint and used) and some interesting First Day Covers; stamps fresh, though in need of remounting on clean pages, Fine to Very Fine or better, well worth a look.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $1,400.
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Lot 8072
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United Nations, Mint United Nations Collection 1951-2005, housed in four albums, starts with #1 and is fairly complete, Untea collection, Geneva complete for period, plus Vienna issue the same, golden opportunity to acquire collection this complete, o.g., some never hinged / some hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Unsold
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Lot 8073
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United Nations, Unbelievable Collection 1951-1976, complete mint set in White Ace album, New York 1951-1976, volume of souvenir sheets, hundreds of #179, first day covers, plat blocks and aerogramms, a tremendous lot with plenty of sale able items, inspection invited, what was checked was o.g., never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Unsold
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Lot 8074

United Nations: Geneva and Vienna, Mint N.H. Collection, 1969-2001, Well filled, in 4 Lindner albums, including several covers, cards etc.
Estimate $100 - 150.
Realized $150.
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