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U.S. and Foreign




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Lot 237

U.S. and Foreign, Bountiful Postal History Bonanza, 1825-1990. Thousands of covers and cards in albums, boxes and loose, includes United States and foreign first day and cacheted event covers, picture postcards including real photo, mint and used postal stationery, first flights, World War II patriotics, censored, fancy cancels, ads with some illustrated, trans Atlantic, stampless, better includes Great Britain #1 on piece, couple of Civil War covers with letters, tin can mail, pair of 29L2 Brown & Co locals tied to a 1936 cover, a binder of Ireland related covers, and much more to be discovered, enormous potential available, please examine, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $700.
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Lot 238
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U.S. and United Nations, Useful Mixed Mint and Used Collection. Housed mostly in various albums. You will find clean mint UN collection and 1923 to 1943 mint US, useful group of airs, nice selection of mint and used Porto Rico on pages, a Scott National album of mostly mint, most stuck down, with some better 19th century and early 20th century commemoratives, group of about 40 3¢ and 4¢ sheets (again some sticking, binder of over 100 stuck down 1940's plate blocks and over 100 FDC's from same period and complete set of individual FDC's of 1976 Flag set. Mixed up accumulation with varying condition but remains and interesting lot with value to be found.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $500.
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Lot 239
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U.S. and Canal Zone, Impressive Collection Remainder, 1893-1963. Neatly presented in a Lighthouse album and small red stockbook; the United States begins with 230, and is fairly sparse until the Washington-Franklins which feature a nice arrangement of coil issues; then the collection is fairly complete from 1930 to 1963 issues including complete 1939 Presidentials and Liberty series; back-of-the-book includes airmail issues including C18; and the cheaper special deliveries; the accompanying red stock book contains an excellent selection of Canal Zone issues, and numerous pages of better U.S. including proofs, Washington Franklins, and Kansas-Nebraska issues; an impressive group with plenty of value, just not expensive enough to be lotted as individual auction lots.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 240
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U.S. and Canada, Mint & Used Assortment. Mounted in stock sheets, Canada 1897 (64-65, mint), plus some KGV & KGVI booklet panes; United States 1893 Columbian Exposition, including 15¢ & 30¢ mint, 50¢ used. Also $1 Woodrow Wilson (832): three center line blocks of four, pair & single, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $650.
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Lot 241

U.S. and Foreign, Postal History Selection. Approximately 25 mostly U.S. covers, mainly items retailing for $100-$500 each, note Civil War and Spanish-American War patriotics, a few exposition covers, some interesting 19th century issues on cover, Wells Fargo, foreign mail, two CSA, two Mexico and three others from France, G.B. and Greece. Nice variety, an excellent lot for the serious cover dealer, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $800.
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Lot 242
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U.S. and Foreign, Collection 1847-1940. Stamps messily presented in albums, cigar boxes, bags and glassines, there is a large amount of US on paper with many better, however the best is a 1888 Scott International Stamp Album with U.S. used 9X1, 1, mint includes E2, 230-240, strip of four CSA 8 never hinged, also mint never hinged Japan blocks of four 1937-1945 issue, condition is very mixed, but there is a surprise in every page or with every handful, should afford great potential, o.g., hinged or never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $950.
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Lot 243
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U.S. and Foreign, Smorgasbord. Interesting lot that walked in at the last minute, there is too much to go through but contains US and foreign covers, some nice picture post cards, album of BOB, a sheet files with stuck down sheets, lot of illustrated cancelled checks, some possessions, a stock book of precancels and some first day covers, some mixed condition, whoever has the time to dig through this lot should find plenty of surprises, good luck! o.g., hinged or never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $550.
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Lot 244
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U.S. and Foreign, Mint & Used Dealer Stock. Intriguing lot with plenty of panache, includes U.S. mint postage plus better mint such as 893 (x7), C18, and used including C5 (x2), and a complete used sheet J78, mint blocks of Canal Zone, and some foreign including some better Russia used, and a Germany collection, plus large blocks of stamp Exposition stamps, should be more than enough present to make this lot a bargain, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $500.
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Lot 245
U.S. and German, WW1 Ephemera. 110+ items in large binder, mostly photos and picture post cards with many RPPC, various battle scenes, aviation, generals, etc, photos appear to be from the period, a wonderful historic lot with many extras, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Realized $190.
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Lot 246

U.S. and Latin America, First Flight Covers. 56 first flight and CAM covers, mounted in a cover album, includes 1929 San Juan to Paramaribo, 1926 first flight Seattle to LA, 1926 first flight Dearborn MI to Cleveland OH, several covers signed by Earl Ovington, 1928 first experimental airplane-motorcycle courier service, several British Guiana first flights, Suriname first flights, St Lucia first flights, 1929 St Thomas to Havana first flight, 1929 Port of Spain-Paramaribe first flight, 1929 FAM 6, 1929 first flight Mexico to Matamoros, with many others, some duplication, huge potential at our low estimate, plan on spending sufficient time with this beauty, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Realized $250.
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Lot 247
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U.S. and Foreign, Collection. Includes Bermuda, Canada mint 35, 36, 37, 38, 51, 52, 53, 57, large block of 66 never hinged, Newfoundland, New Zealand, mint Seychelles, South Australia, excellent Straits Settlements, Tasmania, Trinidad & Tobago, Western Australia, Victoria, with mint Great Britain 1902 issue, and better mint U.S> such as 285-288, 328-330, C1, C2, C4, 548-550, an incredible buy with great potential, please inspect, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $500.
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Lot 248
 
U.S. and Foreign, Cover Lot. 120+ covers, includes 20 stampless covers- some smaller manuscript towns that are worthy of further research, cover with letter signed by Eddie Rickenbacker, Lindbergh cover, first flights, Canada first flights, mint & used postal stationery, nice lot for the postal historian, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $170.
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Lot 249
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U.S. and Possessions, Fun Day Box. Several hundred stamps and covers in counter book pages, lots of back-of-the-book including federal and state revenues, ducks, postage dues, parcel posts, with high values used on piece, a page of S. Allan Taylor British American College Stamps, and possessions from Canal Zone, Hawaii and Philippines, lots of good stuff to plow through, please take the proper time to evaluate, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $275.
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