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Lot 13011

U.S., Coil Roll of 1000 of the 1932, 6¢ Deep Orange, Rotary Press, Horizontal Coil (Scott 723), complete roll of 1000, yielding 429 pairs and 71 joint line pairs, o.g., never hinged, post office fresh with fresh bright untarnished color, F.-V.F. or better, it starts out fine but quickly moves to F- VF and better, excellent old time item from the Held Brothers stock which has not seen the light of day in decades. Shipping charges apply - weight 1 lbs. Scott $19,800 .
Suggested Bid $3,000


Complete rolls of this issue are most uncommon and are much scarcer in the 1000-stamp format. Definitely worthy of careful inspection as this hand-selected roll will yield some incredible pairs and line pairs
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Lot 13012
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U.S., Misfortunes of Moisture, Safety Box Leavings, 1888-1933 (Scott 217//C18), a handful of items that one can best describe as a "pity" however still some salvage value, includes #207; 217-218; 232-241; 240 pair; 245 in pieces; 299; C4-6; C13-C14; C18 (block and single) some Qs, mainly adhered to original stock cards, generally F.-V.F. appearance, ex-Abrams.
Suggested Bid $500
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Lot 13013

U.S., Consignment Balance, Soup-to-nuts, 20th Century, comprising a set of sheets of the Overrun countries containing many well-centered stamps, over 2,000 1922-32 definitive issue precancels a homemade album and loose, $28 in 32c/60c stamps, and hundreds of covers which are mostly first flight (US & foreign) and national air mail week (May 1938), plus 18 Pan-Am Airmail coasters, and a small quantity of used US and Worldwide stamps, overall F.-V.F., From the Estate of David L. Miller who passed away in 1970. Shipping charges apply - weight 11.8 lbs.
Suggested Bid $200
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Lot 13014
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U.S., Used Accumulation, 1920-70, thousands of used stamps in glassines or display envelopes, each identified, some priced; better include #231 (100), 329 (31), C7 (60), C12 (52), E8 (61), E11 (100), E19 (26), Q1 (54), R208 (32); jump on this one, F.-V.F. Shipping charges apply - weight 3 lbs.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 13015
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U.S., Dealer Stock, Mint Early 20th Century, 1922-60, a refreshing accumulation of mostly NH mint stamps, includes 567 (10), 569 (10), 571 (9), 611 (44), Famous American plate block set (2), C10 (4), C46 plate blocks (4), E19 plate blocks (20), E20 (20), E21 (20), looks as if they were printed yesterday with many VF examples, peruse at your leisure, F.-V.F. Shipping charges apply - weight 1 lbs. Scott $4,600+ .
Suggested Bid $800
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Lot 13016

U.S., Face Value Lot, 1945-2000, made up of complete booklets, plate blocks and strips, singles, with values from 3¢ to 37¢, total face value $1,975, with some self-adhesives; a few better present, F.-V.F. Shipping charges apply - weight 7.8 lbs.
Suggested Bid $1,000
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Lot 13017
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U.S., Face Lot With Bonus, 1930-2010, housed in two albums, made up of plate blocks & strips, values up to $5, total face over $800 plus $711 catalogue, extras with 740-749, 756-765, Famous Americans complete, 906, Overrun Countries complete, air mails, Prominent Americans complete, Americana issue complete, a good balance of new & old, F.-V.F. Shipping charges apply - weight 12.2 lbs.
Suggested Bid $500
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Lot 13018

U.S., Bonanza of Booklets and Panes, 1967-2010, nice modern collection in a Scott Specialty album; values range from 6¢ to $11.75, and include all the high-value Express Mail Eagles so eagerly sought; we've not turned over every pane, so a hinged example may have snuck in, but given the nature of the material we're pretty sure it's all never hinged; total face $753 with a Scott catalogue value of around $2000, F.-V.F. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.2 lbs.
Suggested Bid $450
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Lot 13019

U.S., Face Value Lot, 1950-2010, made up of singles, blocks, plate blocks, coils, souvenir sheets and full sheets, with values from 10¢ to $14, total face $911, F.-V.F. Shipping charges apply - weight 10.4 lbs.
Suggested Bid $450
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