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Indonesia




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Lot 6214
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Indonesia, Accumulation / Stock, 1945-70's, with a nice early stock in #10 envelopes with issues starting with early 1945 forerunners, sorted by Stanley Gibbons numbers with some sets you don't see often, proceeding to a few better souvenir sheets of 1949 souvenir sheets with and without Jakarta Liberation overprints, in addition there is a small box of large blocks and sheets from the mid 1960's and a box full of glassines and what appears to be envelopes inscribed 1000 (possibly 1,000 different stamps), generally F.-V.F., Indonesia has been a great emerging market over the last couple decades with approximately 5% annual GDP growth. This might be a good lot to buy and hold to wait for demand to pick up as the middle class continues to develop. Shipping charges apply - weight 18 lbs.
Suggested Bid $750
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Lot 6215
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Indonesia, Mint Collection with Postal History, 1941-51, comprising a mint collection plus 12 covers and three Republic postcards (used in rebel territory during the 1948 disturbances), comprising Indonesian Republic issues for Java, Madura and Sumatra; Netherlands Indies Dutch Rule restored and "Indonesia" overprints; United States of Indonesia; and Indonesian Republic; with blocks of four and numerous sets on cover, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 1 lbs.
Suggested Bid $250
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Lot 6216
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Indonesia, The Goa Gajah Collection, 1950-76, in a Scott Specialty album, pretty much complete mint from the Independent Republic through the mid-1970s, much of it mint never hinged, including souvenir sheets (such as #798a) and the popular Native Fish series (#810-812, 834-836, 859-861, 926-928, 959-961); also West Irian (UNTEA) issues complete mint (all but two never hinged), plus dozens and dozens of provisional or unlisted material., generally F.-V.F. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.8 lbs.
Suggested Bid $450
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