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Sale 645

Collections, Stocks and Accumulations of the World


British Commonwealth




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Lot 260
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Anguilla, Collection, 1967-80, Mint. In Palo Alto hingeless album ($329 retail value) with many never hinged sets, starting with 1967-68 (17-31), followed by a virtually complete section of sets, strips, pairs & souvenir sheets issued in the 1968-76 period. We also noted two 1978 booklets & some 1979 first day covers, Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $160.
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Lot 261
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Australia, Comprehensive Collection, 1913-1998. Several hundred different neatly arranged by Scott number in 4 stockbooks; Kangaroos & KGV issues are mixed mint & used, the high values (to 10s) all being used, with some duplication, but from 1932 to about 1994 it's just about all mint and nearly complete (plus there are some 1997-98 issues); early Postage Dues are mostly used, later mainly mint, again including duplication for shades and perforations; there's also some value in the Officials plus there's also some A.A.T. and B.A.T.; condition on the earlies is somewhat mixed, especially on the better values, but everything else is Fine to Very Fine and there's plenty of never hinged, even some earlier issues e.g. #95a & the 5s Sydney Harbor Bridge (which has a bit of virtually unnoticeable soiling). All-in-all, a very nice starter collection.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Realized $2,000.
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Lot 262
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Australia, Mint and Used Collections, 1913-99. Two separate collections in three Davo albums; two albums span 1913-82, the third 1913-92; neither has too much before 1950, and what there is, is mostly used, but both get stronger after that, and are fairly complete from the mid-'50s, never hinged generally from the mid-'60; includes Australian Antarctic Territory.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $550.
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Lot 263
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Australia, Mint & Used Assortment, 1913-98. In two stock books with duplication, including a fair number of Kangaroo and KGV issues, followed by some postage dues, modern issues, and Victoria. We also noted sixteen complete booklets (SG MB2), eighteen censored covers sent to North America during WWII, plus a wealth of first day covers issued in the 1970s-80s period, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $225.
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Lot 264
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Australia, Assortment of Bundles of 100, 1966-80. 83 packets of 100 each, including topicals such as birds and flowers, ideal for cancel collector, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Unsold
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Lot 265
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Australia, Mint & Used Collection, 1913-69. Mounted in home-made album, and starting with ½d, 1d, 2d, 3d, 6d, 9d, 1s & 5s Kangaroo stamps with "OS" perfins, followed by several KGV examples, including 1s4d, and then by 1927 (94, block of 32), plus some unchecked Queensland & New South Wales revenues., Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $160.
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Lot 266

Bahamas, Mint Collection, 1863-1982. Housed in a three-ring binder with many colorful sets, and value concentrated in the 20th Century issues such as 1938-46 (100-113), 1942 (116-29), 1948 (132-47), 1948 (148-49), 1954 (158-73), 1964 (185-200) & 1965 (204-18), followed by a virtually complete section with sets & souvenir sheets issued in the 1965-80 period, plus some semipostals & war tax stamps. A good basic collection to build upon, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $300.
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Lot 267
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Barbados, Collection, 1852-1980, Mint & Used. In Palo hingeless album ($300 retail value), including many better singles & sets (mint unless otherwise noted) such as 1852-55 (1-4), 1855-58 (5), 1859 (8-9, used), 1861 (15-21), 1870 (24-28, used), 1873 (38), 1873 (42 mint & 43 used), 1874 (45), 1875-78 (55-56), 1878 (57, used), 1882-85 (66-68), 1892-93 (70-80), 1906 (102-08), 1912 (116-26, plus 1s with specimen overprint), 1916-18 (127-39), 1925-35 (165-79), followed by a virtually complete section of sets issued on the 1936-80 period. A delightful collection worthy of careful attention, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,500.
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Lot 268

Barbuda, Collection, 1968-81, Never Hinged. In Palo Alto hingeless album ($137 retail value) with many colorful sets & souvenir sheets such as 1970-71 English Monarchs, 1973-74 Ships, 1974 UPU, 1977 Boy Scout & 1979 Fish, plus some Disney issues. Excellent foundation collection to build on, Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $120.
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Lot 269
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Bermuda, Balance of a Specialized Collection, 1865-1959. Mainly mint collection, fairly complete for the period mounted in a Palo album with varieties and 13 covers interspersed on stock pages; highlights include (mint unless noted) SG 1-3, 4 (no gum), 5b (used), 7, 10, 17, 18w (no gum), 19-54, 26a Specimen, 28 block of 4, 56-92 & 94-162; also includes a few modern inverted watermarks including 164w; covers include three mint QV postal cards with stamps affixed and a FDC bearing 110/117. Condition is a little mixed early, but is otherwise just about all clean and Fine to Very Fine with a good percentage of the mint being never hinged. A great starter collection.
SG £8,500 ($13,600).
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Unsold
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Lot 270
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Bermuda, Collection, King George VI Key Plates Specialized, 1938-53. Small mostly mint collection of various printings comprising 2s (30 plus four blocks of 4 & a block of 15), 2s6d (20 plus a block of 4), 5s (4 plus a block of 4) & 10s (9 plus a block of 4), 12s6d (13) and £1 (9); includes no plate varieties; virtually all Fine to Very Fine with a good percentage being never hinged (32 are used). A marvelous lot.
SG £5,600 ($8,960).
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,300.
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Lot 271
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Bermuda, Specimen Stamp Collection, 1902-40. In Palo hingeless pages, comprising the following with specimen overprints: 1906-10 (31-39), 1910-13 (40-48), 1920-21 (55-60 & 67-69), 1921 (71-79), plus some sets or part sets with specimen perfins: 1935 (105-14), 1937 (115-17) & 1938-40 (118-20, 121 & 122), Very Fine.
SG £2,875 ($4,600).
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Unsold
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Lot 272
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Bermuda, King George V Key Plates Specialized, 1918-32. Small mostly mint collection of various printings comprising 2s (6), 2s6d (14), 4s (1, SG 52b used), 5s (4) & 10s (2, SG 92 LH, 92g used); includes no plate varieties; few slight flaws but otherwise nearly all Fine to Very Fine.
SG £3,250 ($5,200).
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Realized $700.
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Lot 273
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Bermuda, Mint & Used Assortment, 1865-1980's. In a stockbook with duplication, including many useful (used unless denoted) such as 1865-74 (2 x3, 3 x2 & 6 x2), 1865-74 (5 x2 & 6, mint), 1875 (14, used), 1880 (17 x3, mint), 1883-1904 (20 x3, 21 x4, 23 x5, 24 x3 & 25 x4, mint), 1906-10 (31-39), 1920-21 (55-60 & 67-69, mint), 1921 (71-79 x2, mint), 1935 (100-103 x5, mint), 1938 (109 x4, mint), 1938-51 (125 x3 & 125a x3), 1948 (133-34 x2), plus many easy-to-sell modern sets, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $3,563.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $800.
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Lot 274

Bermuda, KGV Cover Assortment, 1922-36 (SG 59//76). Group of eight, including seven addressed to England or U.S., plus one to domestic destination. Better items include a registered cover franked with 3d, 4d, 6d & 1s (SG 70-73), and showing London transit backstamp, cover to Boston with 2½d bright blue (66), plus cover to London with mixed franking (59, 77 & 94), Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Unsold
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Lot 275
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Bermuda, Scenes Issue, Specialized Collection, 1936-47. In Palo hingeless pages, including 1936 (105-08 & 110-14 blocks of four x2, mint & used), 1947 (SG 104a, block of four in claret & dull violet). We also noticed thirteen covers, including 1937 first flight registered cover to NY (R.M.A. Cavalier) & two O.H.M.S. covers to local destinations, Very Fine.
Scott 105//114.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $140.
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Lot 276

Bermuda, KGVI Specialized Cover Collection, 1939-46. Nine covers, including seven censored to the U.S. or England. We noted three single frankings & six mixed frankings, plus an interesting cover with classic Churchill dog on backflap and reading at bottom ""There''ll always be an England". An interesting holding of covers transported by Pan American Airways Clippers crossing the Atlantic, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $110.
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Lot 277

British Antarctic Territory, Never Hinged Collection, 1963-97. Inviting holding presented in a Ka Be album, virtually complete for the period and including several desirable sets such as 1963 (1-15), 1966 (16-19), 1969 (24), 1971 (25-38) & 1973 (45a-59a). We also noted Australian Antarctic Territory section with sets issued in the 1957-95 period; 1954 labels (blocks of four & singles) prepared for attachment to mail carried on the 1954 Australian Expedition to Antarctica, plus some Ross Dependency examples. Viewing will be quick, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $650.
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Lot 278
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British Guiana, Mint & Used Collection, 1860-1965. In Palo hingeless albums ($100 retail value), including 1860-61 (19-20 used & 21 part O.G.), 1862-65 (23, 25 & 27-28. used), 1878 (84 pair tied on cover fragment), 1878 (85-87 & 90-91 used), 1881 (92-95, mint), 1881 (102, used), 1882 (103-06, used), 1889-1903 (130-47, mint), 1898 (152-56, mint), 1905-08 (160-68 & 170, mint), 1905 (171, mint), 1913-16 (178-89, including 48¢ used), 1921-27 (191-201), 1931 (205-09), 1938-45 (230-41), 1954 (253-67), plus some regular sets in the modest range, postage dues and officials. Condition is slightly mixed on earlies but overall Fine to Very Fine. A collection with good value to offer and room for further development.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 279
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British Guiana, Mint and Used Stock thru Early Independence, 1876-1972. Composed of hundreds neatly arranged in a stock book. Plenty of value to be found in this overall fresh stock, examine, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Realized $200.
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Lot 280

British Honduras, Mint Collection, 1866-1972. In Palo hingeless album pages ($123 retail value), better mint include 1877-79 (10), 1882-87 (13), followed by 1888-91 surcharges, an then by QV, KEVII & KGV. We also noted 1938-47 (115-26), 1953-57 (144-55) & 1962 (167-78). We also noted many other sets in modest range, plus semipostals & postage dues, Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $400.
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Lot 281
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British Offices Abroad, Mostly Mint Collection. In Palo hingeless album ($150 retail value), better noted include Offices in Africa 1-15, Offices in Eritrea 1-12 7 14-26 & 1951 (31-33), plus J1-5 & J6-10, Offices in Somalia 1-9, 10-20 & 21-31, Offices in Tripolitania 1-13, 14-26, 27-34, plus J1-10, Offices in Morocco 12-19, 27-33, 34-45, 49-57, 201-08, 230-34, Offices in Turkish Empire 1,3, 7, 8-12, 15-24 & 40-45, plus some issued for use in the British Offices in China. A truly nice collection that deserves to be viewed, Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $500.
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Lot 282
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British Post Offices Abroad (Morocco), Selection, 1898-1937. Mostly mint, housed in glassines and identified by Scott Catalogue numbers, including 1898 (6-7 x2 & 8), 1914-18 (55), 1914-21 (217, 217a & 219), 1937 (243) & 1917-24 (401-09). Recommended for dealer or collector alike, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $800.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $130.
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Lot 283
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British Offices in the Turkish Empire, Used Collection, 1885-1921. In Palo hingeless pages, including 1885 (1-3), 1893 (6), 1902-05 (8-12), 1905 (15-20 & 22-24), 1913-21 (54), 1921 (62-64), and useful duplicates with Beyrouth, Constantinople, Smyrne & Stampalia datestamps. We also noted some tied on cover fragments, two postal envelopes sent to Switzerland in 1895 & two pictures postcards. View to appreciate the true scope of this desirable collection, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Unsold
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Lot 284

Canadian Provinces: Nova Scotia, Specialized Selection of 1¢-12½¢ Decimal Issue, 1860-63 (Scott 8//13). Selection of 18 covers comprising 1¢ (2): pair; five singles; 2¢ (2): two single frankings, one an internal Cape Breton usage; 5¢ (9): including two pairs, one to the U.S.; 10¢ (3): single to the U.S., two singles to the U.S. & a pair on an internal registered use; 12½¢ (2): both single frankings to England; condition is a little mixed, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $225.
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Lot 285
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Canada, Powerful Mint & Used Parallel Collection, 1851-2004. Mounted in three binders, beginning with used earlies such as 1851 (1-2 with clear to ample margins), 1852-57 (4-5), 1855 (7), 1857 (8-9), followed by Large & Small Queens used, an then by the 1897 Jubilee Issue (50-65 x2, mint & used), 1897-98 (66-73 x2, mint & used, plus 2¢ imperforate pair on card), 1898-1902 (74-84 x2, mint & used), 1908 (96-103 x2, mint & used), 1912-25 Admiral (104-22 x2, mint & used), 1913 (124, never hinged), 1912-24 (125-30 x2, mint & used), 1915-24 (131-34 x2, mint & used), 1928-29 (149-59 x2, mint & used, and including. 50¢ Bluenose never hinged), 1930-31 (162-77 x2, mint & used), 1932 (195-201 x2, mint & used), 1935 (217-27 x2, mint & used, including. 20¢ to $1 never hinged), 1938 (241-45 x2, never hinged & used), 1942-43 (249-62, mint & used), 1946 (268-73 x2, mint & used), plus a vast amount of sets and souvenir sheets in the modest range. The Airmail section includes 1928 (C1, never hinged, plus C1 imperforate pair), 1930 (C2, never hinged), 1932 (C3-4, never hinged), Special Delivery section with 1898 (E1 x2, mint), 1922 (E2), 1927 (E3, never hinged), 1930-32 (E4 & E5, never hinged), Registration Stamps F1 vertical pair, Postage Dues 1906-08 (J1-5 x2, mint & used), 1930-32 (J6-10 x2, mint & used). Also some useful War Tax Stamps & Official sets. A delightful holding with post office fresh colors and high catalogue value, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000.
Realized $7,250.
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Lot 286

Canada, Plate Blocks Collection, 1947-84. Housed and organized in ten three-ring binders with massive amount of stamps in excellent state of preservation, each issue with four matched corner blocks of four, including commemoratives & definitives. Wonderful opportunity for all those interested in this type of material that would be difficult to duplicate. Easy to view and value, Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,000.
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Lot 287
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Canada, Mint & Used Collection, 1899-2007. Thousands of stamps in five binders with an abundant amount of duplicates, depicting shades and many different postmarks. We also noted a fair amount of plate blocks from 1939 onwards in mint and used condition, and with much face value, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $679.
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Lot 288

Canada, First Flight Covers, 1930-61. Over 600 first flight covers, 95% from the 1930's, many franked with C4, if you're looking to restock inexpensively, this lot is for you, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $650.
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Lot 289
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Canada, Mint & Used Accumulation. Including three-ring binder with Centennial definitives in plate blocks, plus three additional album with matched corner plate blocks issued in the 1967-71 period. We also noted a binder with stamps depicting perfins (Bank of Montreal, Bell Telephone, Canadian Cement, Canadian Consolidated Rubber, Canadian General Electric, Canadian Industries, Canadian Pacific Railway, Canadian National Railway, Canadian Steamship Lines, Canadian Westinghouse, Consolidated Mining & Smelting, Finley Smith & Co., Grand Trunk & International Harvester), and a Newfoundland with stamps in the modest range., Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $275.
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Lot 290
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Canada, Mostly Mint Assortment, 1852-1900 (Scott 4//84). Extremely fresh and comprising 1852 (4, used), 1897 (50 x2, mint & never hinged), 1897 (52-54, 56 & 58-60, mint), 1898-1900 (74, 76-80, 82 & 84, mint), Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $3,050.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $375.
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Lot 291
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Canada, Mint & Used Collection/ Assortment, 1870s-1940s. Mounted in a home-made album with many desirable singles & sets such (mint unless denoted) as 1892 (46-47, used), 1897 (56), 1903-08 (89-93), 1908 (102), 1911 Admiral (105, 107-108, 110, 112-15 & 117-19), 1913 Coils (124-25 & 129, horizontal pairs), 1927 (146-48), 1932 (195-201), 1933 Coils (205-07, pairs), plus some postage dues, special delivery and airmail examples. We also noted a stock page with fresh singles & blocks of four: 1911 (105, 107 & 108 blocks of four) & 1942-43 (260-62). Definitely worth scouting, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 600.
Realized $275.
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Lot 292

Canada, Machine-Slogan Cancels Collection, 1913-73. Over 100 covers and a fair amount of stamps tied on cover fragments with machine-slogan cancels, housed in three binders, including many interesting such as "Save Fat for Explosives" (1943), "Stamp out Syphilis in Saskatchewan" (1948), or "Write often and keep the family together" (1933). Highly interesting for the postal historian, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Realized $275.
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Lot 293
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Canada, Railroad Postmarks Collection, 1900-50. Interesting holding in a thick three-ring binder with stamps and covers, depicting railroad post office postmarks, including Hamilton & Palmerston (Grand Trunk Railway), Campbellton & Levis, Halifax & Amherst, Halifax & Sydney (Intercolonial Railway), Connors & Riviere (Temiscouata Railway), Halifax via Digby to Yarmouth (Windsor & Annapolis Railway), Moncton & St. John (European & North American Railway), St. John & Montreal (St. Francis & Megantic Railway), plus many others that deserve your attention. Excellent holding for the specialized collector, you will be sorry if you miss this opportunity, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $300.
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Lot 294

Canada, North-West Territories Covers Assortment, 1970s-80s. In Safe album and some loose pages, including about 60 covers & picture postcards sent to domestic & foreign destinations from Arctic Canada. For hundreds of years, this area had been considered the largest "uncivilized" area in the world. A collection difficult to duplicate, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $150.
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Lot 295
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Canada & Provinces, Mostly Mint Collection, 1852-1971. Mounted in a Lighthouse album with many desirable sets, part sets & singles (mint unless denoted) such as 1852 (4, used), 1859 (17-18, used), followed by small Queens mostly used examples, 1893 (46, used), 1897 Jubilee (50-60)., 1898-1902 (83), 1911-25 (104-122), 1928-29 (149-59), 1930-32 (162-177), 1932 (195-201), 1935 (217-27), 1938 (241-45) & 1942-43 (249-62). We also noted Airmail (C1-4), Special Delivery 1898-1932 (E1-5), 1875 Registration (F1, F1a-b, F2 & F3), plu some officials. Newfoundland 1857 (3 & 5), 1861 (15A & 20-23), 1887-96 (59), 1929-31 (163-71), 1931 (172-82), plus 1919 (C2), 1921 (C3 x2), 1931 (C6-11), 1932 (C12), 1933 (C13-17) & 1933 (C18). A nice holding with solid value, please inspect, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $2,300.
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Lot 296
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Cape of Good Hope, Mostly Used Collection, 1853-1900. In Palo hingeless pages with some duplication, including 1853 (1 used & 2 mint), 1855-58 (3-6), 1861 (9), 1863-64 (12-13, unused, no gum), 1876 (22, mint), plus Mafeking 1900 (162, 164, 167 & 171, used), plus 1899 (N2, used). Condition is a bit mixed, generally Fine to Very Fine.
SG £8,000 ($12,800).
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 297

Ceylon, Collection of Covers, 1893-1972. More than 130 covers or cards, about half of which are pre-1950; includes first flights, registered, censored, FDCs, and lots of unusual usages.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $350.
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Lot 298

Cook Islands, Mint Assortment, 1892-1965 (Scott 5//163). On stock page with many desirable sets such as 1892 (5-8), 1909-19 (39-44), 1921 (68-71), 1919 (48-60), 1920 (61-66), 1926-28 (74, 74a & 75), 1936 (101-102), 1932-36 (103-107), 1938 (112-14) & 1949 (131-40), Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $1,317.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $300.
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Lot 299
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Dominica, Mostly Mint Collection, 1874-1982. In Palo hingeless album ($337 retail value), better mint include 1877-79 (9), 1903 (25-34), 1907-20 (35-49), 1914 (54), 1921 (56-63), 1923 (83-85), 1938-47 (97-110), 1951 (122-36), 1954 (142-56), followed by a wealth of sets & souvenir sheets issued in the 1963-82 period. Offered intact as received and deserving a quick look, Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $475.
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Lot 300
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Falkland Islands, Mint Collection, 1894-1991. In a Lighthouse hingeless album with many highlights such as 1894-96 QV (11, 13 & 15b-c), 1898 QV (20-21), 1906 KEVII (26 & 28), 1912-14 KGV (36-39), 1929-31 (61-63), 1938-50 KGVI (84-96, plus several shade varieties), 1948 Silver Wedding (100), 1952 (107-120, never hinged), 1960 QEII (128a & 129-42), followed by a highly complete section of sets & souvenir sheets issued in the 1962-86 period. Also Falkland Islands Dependencies with 1954 (1L19-33), plus South Georgia section with 1963-70 (1-16) & 1971-72 (17-30). An excellent collection to build upon, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 301
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Fiji, Mint & Used Collection, 1871-1990. In Palo hingeless album ($325 retail value), starting with a valuable and useful early, including many perforation varieties, better noted are: 1872 (18 mint), 1876 (33-34, unused, no gum), 1877 (36-38 mint), 1878-90 (40-45 mint, including. 1s x9 used), 1891-92 (50 & 52 mint & 51 used), 1891-96 (53-58 mint), 1903 (59-68 mint), 1904-12 (70A-78, including £1 with specimen overprint), 1922-27 (93-106 mint), 1938-55 (117-31B mint), 1954-56 (147-62), followed by a highly complete section with sets issued in the 1959-85 period. We also noted 1917 (J1-6, used), 1940 (J12-19 mint), plus some duplicates in stock pages. Condition is a little bit mixed in the early issues but overall Fine to Very Fine. Viewing will be enjoyable and essential for full appreciation.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 302
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Fiji, Valuable Mint Assortment, 1903-94 (Scott 59//425). In two stock pages, better noted include 1903 KEVII (59-69), 1904-12 KEVII (70-77), 1912-23 (79-90, 91 die I, 91a die II & 92), 1922-27 (93-106), 1948 (139-40), 1954-56 (147-59 & 161-62), 1962-67 (176-89), plus several modern sets in never hinged condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $2,300.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $450.
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Lot 303
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Great Britain, Used Collection, 1840-2006. Well filled blank album starting with two average Penny Blacks and including some nicer mid-range 19th century, but also fairly complete Queen Elizabeth II issues, which are quite difficult to locate used. A useful lot.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $425.
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Lot 304
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Great Britain, Used Dealer Stock, 1841-2006. In five stock books and seven approval booklets with duplication, vast majority in the modest range but including many regular stamps issued in the 1860s-1880s period, plus useful army officials and government parcels overprints that deserve your attention. Nice lot for the trader, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $325.
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Lot 305

Great Britain, Cover Assortment, 1841-75. Group of ten covers and four fronts, including 1841 folded letter cover franked with 1d black penny (1) with Maltese cross cancel; 1d black penny on cover fragment with Maltese cross cancel and adjacent Taunton March 4, 1841 datestamp; two fronts to Philadelphia, each with 1s green (5), and tied by barred numeral cancel; other front with 6d violet (7) & 2d blue tied individually by illegible cancel; 1856 folded letter cover with 6d violet (7) & 4d rose (22), plus a couple of covers with 1s single frankings, and sent to New York & New Milford, CT in 1857 & 1860 respectively. We also noted three covers with 3d (49) single frankings, and sent to Connecticut in 1871, plus 1869 folded letter with bicolored franking, and sent to Charleston, U.S., Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $8,000.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $450.
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Lot 306

Great Britain, Extensive Collection of Gerald King Lundy Fantasies, 1980s. Many hundreds of stamps, postal stationery and satirical postal history from the reigning master of fantasy stamp creation, incl. imperf., varieties, multiples, an ideal collection for a Cinderella exhibit, must see to appreciate, Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
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Lot 307

Great Britain, Selection of about 125 FDC's, 1929-65. Contains some better FDC's, registered FDC's as well as unusual destination etc. Nice lot for the specialist, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $347.
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Lot 308

Great Britain, First Day Cover Collection, 1948-91. Approximately 600 covers in twelve albums, and in great state of preservation, Very Fine.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Realized $286.
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Lot 309
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Great Britain, Used Collection, 1840-2000. Several hundred stamps mounted on approval pages; few reasonable classics, but main strength in modern Pictorials; variable condition early, all Fine to Very Fine later.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Realized $190.
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Lot 310

Great Britain, Never Hinged Collection, 1966-90. In two nice Lindner albums, and virtually complete for the period, Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $150.
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Lot 311
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Great Britain, Used 19th Century Assortment, 1841-84. 32 stamps on a stocksheet, condition a bit mixed but mostly Fine to Very Fine, including some nicer mid-range stamps, e.g. #3 (3), 4, 68, 82, 104, etc.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $236.
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Lot 312
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Great Britain, Mint & Used Collection, 1890s-1990s. Several hundred stamps in stock book; value mainly in mint from the late 1960s onward, being fairly complete and all mint never hinged. Face value is estimated at about £190.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $189.
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Grenada, Mostly Mint Collection, 1861-1985. In three Palo hingeless albums ($600 retail value), highlights (mint unless denoted) include 1861 (1), 1902 (48-56), 1921-29 (111-12), 1934 (114-23), 1938 (131-42), 1951 (151-63), 1953-59 (171-83), followed by a virtually complete section of sets & souvenir sheets issued in the 1966-80, plus some airmails & postage dues. Condition is mostly Very Fine. An attractive collection of good quality.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $425.
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Lot 314
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Guyana, Mostly Never Hinged Collection, 1966-70. In Palo hingeless pages, and virtually complete for the period, plus some postage dues. Viewing will be quick.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Realized $150.
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Lot 315
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Lot 316

India, Magnificent Comprehensive Collection, 1946-90. A splendid, clean, all mint, never hinged collection keenly assembled in a pristine Palo hingeless album. Less only the 1948 Gandhi issue (Scott 203-06), the collection is complete for the period. Beautiful, keep sake collection of this popular country and period, routinely Very Fine, inspection invited.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,000.
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Lot 317
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Lot 318
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Lot 319
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India, Mint & Used Parallel Collection 1854-1994. In two three-ring binders with many useful singles, sets or part sets such as 1854 (2 & 4-5 used), 1866 (30, used), 1911-26 (93-98, used), 1937-40 KGVI (150-67, mint), 1941-43 KGVI (168-79, mint), 1948 (203-06 x2, mint & used) & 1949 (207-22). We also noted China Expeditionary Force 1900 (M1-8 & M10), 1953 Korea Custodial Unit (M44-55), Official section with 1883-97 (O27-32, mint), 1900 (O34-36) & 1950 (O113-25, mint). A useful collection of this popular collecting area, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,000.
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Lot 320
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Lot 321

India, Incoming Mail Collection, 1939-70. Over 160 covers housed in two nice Lindner albums, including mail sent to India from different countries, and including Afghanistan, Australia, Austria, Ceylon, Denmark, England, Hong Kong, Iran, Ireland, Nepal, Netherlands, Posta Romana, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland & Thailand. A collection that can easily be integrated into a bigger collection, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Realized $229.
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Lot 322

India, Used Postal Stationery, 1902-57. Collection of about 190 used postal cards, stamped envelopes and aerograms in a stockbook; mostly domestic, but with a good number of European destinations; nice variety of towns.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $214.
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India, Mostly Used Collection, 1949-71. In a three-ring binder with duplication, including many airmail covers addressed to the United States, and accompanied with full letters in English. A nice lot to play with, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $179.
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Lot 324
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Lot 325

Indian Convention States: Jind, Lovely Mint Collection. Carefully assembled on a series of Palo hingeless pages with an excellent range of better items such as Scott 33-35, 38, 49-59, 62, 64-66, 67-76, 77-85, 88-97, 98-103, 104-07, 122-24, 126-32, 165-77 good Officials like O1-3, O16-22, O25-32, O36-48, O49-54, O55-60, O62-74 etc. Fresh and mostly Very Fine og, nice lot. SG cat. value approx. £1,900.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $750.
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Lot 326

Ireland, Never Hinged Assortment, 1929-2000. Thousands of neat stamps housed and organized chronologically in eleven Lighthouse albums, with most duplication and value concentrated in the 1970-2000 period, including a large amount of sets in blocks of six, blocks of four & singles. We also noted souvenir sheets, sheetlets and many self-adhesive sets in pairs or strips. Topical stamps abound: airplanes, birds, reptiles, insects, ships & sports. An enjoyable viewing! Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,400.
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Lot 327

Ireland, Never Hinged Assortment, 1929-2003. Three Lindner stock books well-filled with a wealth of sets & singles, including duplication and starting with many sets such as 1929 (80-82 x2), 1932 (85-86 x4), 1933 (88-89 x2), 1941 (118-19), 1943 (124-25 x12), 1943 (126-27 x16), 1946 (133-34 x7), 1948 (135-36 x10), 1949 (139-40 x6), 1950 (142-44 x6), 1952 (145-46 x8), 1953 (147-48 x10), 1953 (149-50 x5), 1954 (151-52 x10), 1954 (153-54 x7), 1956 (155-56 x6), 1957 (157-58 x6), 1957 (159-60 x10), 1957 (161-62 x3), 1957 (163-64 x7), 1958 (165-66 x9), 1958 (167-68 x6), 1959 (171-72 x7), 1960 (173-74 x6), 1961 (179-81 x9) & 1964 (196-97 x6). A delightful holding with potential to offer for internet sellers or bourse dealers, Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $650.
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Ireland, Mostly Never Hinged Assortment, 1922-2002. Stunning holding in four three-ring binders with an abundant amount of modern blocks of four & souvenir sheets in never hinged condition, including duplication and several better such as 1948-65 (C1-7 x4, plus several blocks of four), 1958 (165-66, seventeen plate blocks of four), 1959 (171-72 x24; blocks of four). We also noted three stock books with some unchecked earlies, and several useful modern plate blocks such as 1953 (149-50, plates 1A & 1B), 1956 (155-56, plates 1A & 1B), plus some covers, including stampless, GB stamps used in Ireland, WWII censored to the U.S. and first day covers, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,400.
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Lot 329

Ireland, First Flight Cover Assortment, 1924-61. Marvelous holding comprising 125 covers with duplication. Better noted include two 1924 First Official Airmail Belfast-Liverpool covers, 1928 Experimental Flight Liverpool-Belfast & 1928 Experimental Flight Belfast-Liverpool, three 1928 Second Experimental Flight Belfast-Liverpool covers, 1929 SS Karlsruhe catapult dispatch with airmail label, 1929 First Experimental Flight Croydon-Galway, 1933 cover transported by the Graf Zeppelin to Brasil, 1934 First Flight Belfast-Glasgow, 1934 First Flight Belfast-Liverpool, 1934 Glasgow-Belfast & 1934 Liverpool-Belfast. We also noted a fair group of Pan Am covers posted between June 24 and 30, 1939, including Canada, Newfoundland & United States as destinations, plus many others such as 1939 Inaugural Flight of the Imperial Airways Service from Newfoundland to Ireland. An unrepeatable lot that deserves your attention, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $600.
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Lot 330

Ireland, Booklets Accumulation, 1953-2003. Comprising 390 complete and unexploded booklets housed in a three-ring binder and small box, including duplication, highlights (Stanley Gibbons numbers used) are: 1953 (SB9 x4; edition 36-53), 1954 (SB10 x9; edition 37-54) & 1959 (SB12; edition 40-59), plus a fair amount of booklets issued in the 1966-2003 period. A recommended lot for the dealer, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $550.
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Lot 331
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Ireland, Gutter Pairs & Blocks Collection, 1929-95. In a three-ring binder with many never hinged stamps, including 1929 (Scott 80-82; Hibernian C1-3), 1932 (85-86;C6-7) (101-102; C13-14), 1939 (103-104 x2; C15-16), 1941 (118-19; C17-18), 1943 (126-27 x3; C22-23 x3), 1943 (124-25;C20-21), 1944 (128-29; C24-25), 1946 (133-34; C29-30), 1948 (135-36; C31-32), 1952 (145-46; C39-40), 1956 (155-56; C47-48, blocks of four), 1957 (157-58; C51-52), 1957 (161-62; C55-56), 1958 (165-66; C59-60), 1958 (167-68; C61-62), 1959 (171-72; C65-66), 1960 (173-74; C67-68) & 1961 (179-81; C73-75), plus several definitive modern issues, Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $950.
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Lot 332

Ireland, Thom or Harrison Rialtas & Saorstat Specialized Overprint Assortment, 1922-23. 165 stamps in stock sheets with singles, pairs, strips of three, blocks of four and some larger multiples with many stamps never hinged. We noted (Hibernian Catalog numbers) many interesting such as 1922 (T16a, inverted overprint), 1922 (TJ2-9, pairs with coil joins), 1922 (T23 vertical pair Die I), 1922 (T25-26, T31 & T33, blocks of four with top stamps depicting "R" over "Se"), 1922-23 (T47b & T48c, block of four with bottom right stamp depicting accent inserted), 1922-23 (T52 missing accent, T58d, "S" over "E"), 1923 (TJ12-14, TJ16-18), plus 1922 (T43 gutter block of four), 1923 (TE18, coil end), Red overprint on GB ½d green (PR9, Dollard proof) and many other listed varieties that deserve your attention. See photos on website, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $600.
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Lot 333

Ireland, Fresh Mint Assortment, 1922-28 (Scott 1//79b). In stock page, comprising 1922 (1-8), 1922 (9-11), 1922 (12-14), 1922 (23-35), 1922 (39-43) & 1927-28 (77b-79b, wide "1922"), o.g., some with hinge remnants, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $1,330.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $400.
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Ireland, Cancel Collection From About 1922. Composed of over 1900 used stamps, many with full strikes on piece, sorted by county and housed in 3 large stock books. There is also a 1982 Post Office Guide and a 1923 List of Post Offices., Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $358.
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Lot 335

Ireland, First Day Covers Assortment, 1937-98. Group of 190 covers with some duplication, including 1937 New Constitution, 1938 Father Matthew, 1939 U.S. Constitution, 1944 Edmond Rice, 1941 Easter Rising, 1948 Anniversary Insurrection, 1950 Holy Year, 1953 Robert Emmet, 1954 Marian Year, 1956 John Barry, 1957 Admiral Brown, 1957 Luke Wadding, 1958 Thomas Clarke, 1958 Mary Aikenhead, plus a large number of covers with Colorano "silk" cachets. You can go wrong at our conservative estimate. (Hibernian U$1,200+), Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $275.
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Lot 336
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Ireland, Postage Due Collection, 1925-88. Housed in a three-ring binder and stock book; former containing 90 covers with postage due stamps affixed on arrival, plus stamp issued in the 1925-88 period, including several blocks of four with inverted watermarks (Hibernian PD7wa, PD10wa, PD11wa, PD12wa, PD14wd & PD20wa). Stock book with sets, part sets & singles, including 1925 (J3var, Hibernian PD3wa, inverted watermark), Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $160.
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Lot 337

Ireland, Postal Stationery Assortment, 1920s-90s. Group of 300 unused items, housed in two binders and small box with some duplication, including registered envelopes, postal cards, letter cards & wrappers. We also noted a fair number of picture postal cards issued in the 1980s to 1990s. Unchecked in detail and recommended for the collector, Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $120.
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Ireland, Collection of Cancellations, 1950s-80s. More than 1300 stamps neatly arranged by town in a large stockbook; loaded with commemoratives; all Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $150.
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Jamaica, War Tax Specialized Mint & Used Collection, 1916-19. In Palo hingeless pages, including MR1a-c, MR4a, plus some unlisted varieties such as dropped "A" or small "P" in "Stamp", followed by MR5a, x2, plus dropped "A" or small "P" in "Stamp", and then by MR7b-c, MR8a-c, MR9a & MR9c, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Unsold
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Kuwait, Mint & Used Selection, 1923-39. 27 stamps comprising mint, o.g., 1939 King George VI complete (45-57) and mint/used 1923-24 King George V Officials complete (O1-14); latter set has 3a orange, 4a, 8a & 2r-15r used with telegraph cancels, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $483.
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Lot 341
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Lagos, Mint & Used Collection, 1874-1905. In Palo hingeless pages, highlights (mint unless otherwise noted) include 1876 (9-12, used), 1882-1902 (31-32, 34, 36 & 38), 1893 (39a, double surcharge), 1904 (40-48), 1904-05 (50-59), plus duplicates in used condition. A worthwhile collection to serve as a foundation for expansion.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $350.
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Lot 342
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Malta, Mostly Mint Collection, 1863-1974. In Davo album ($152 retail value), better mint include1863 (3), 1885-86 (8-13), 1886 (14 used), 1899-1901 (18), 1903-04 (27), 1904-11 (29//45), 1914-22 (49-54 & 58-62), 1919 (64), 1921-22 (66-71), 1922 (83-84), 1922 (86-93), 1922-26 (98-112 & 114), 1926 (116-29), 1926-28 (131-47), 1928 (148-62), 1930 (167-83), 1938 (191-205), 1948 (208-22), 1956 (246-62), followed by a highly complete section of sets issued in the 1957-72 period, including 1925 postage due tête-bêche pairs. A collection that deserves special attention, Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $800.
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Lot 343
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Mauritius, Mint & Used Collection, 1849-1985. In Palo album ($300 retail value), including 1858-59 (9, unused, no gum), 1859 (16 & 16b used, plus 17 tied on cover fragment), 1861 (21 used), 1862 (22-23, used), 1860-63 (26 & 27 used), 1863-72 (37 mint & 39-40 used), 1878 (52, 55 & 57-58 mint), 1879-80 (59-60, 62-63 & 65-67 mint), 1882-93 (68-75), 1883 (77 mint), 1885-87 (83 mint & 84 used), 1895-1904 (91-111), 1902 (122-23 mint), 1902 (124-26 mint), 1904-07 (128-36, mint), 1912-22 (158-59 mint), 1921-26 (161-78), 1922-34 (179-99), 1938-43 (211-22), followed by a virtually complete section with sets & singles issued in the 1946-85 period, plus postage dues & special delivery examples. A nice collection of this popular country and well worth a careful viewing. Condition is a bit mixed in earlies, but generally Fine to Very Fine.
SG £12,000 ($19,200).
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $2,000.
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Mauritius, Used Assortment & Reprints, 1848-1859. Desirable holding of seven stamps with trivial thins, comprising 1848 1d "Post Paid" (3e latest impression) & 1848 2d "Post Paid" Issue (6b x2, worn impressions on bluish paper); 1859 2d "Lapirot" Issue (14 early impression & 14Bc intermediate impression); 1859 "Dardenne" Issue (16 & 17b), plus three reprinted sheets of 32 each. Recommended for specialist or dealer, Fine to Very Fine, six stamps with 1980 Slavomir Kaiser certificates.
SG 22,24,37-38,42,43a; £10,400 ($16,640).
Scott $10,075.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,500.
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Natal, Collection of Town Cancels, 1900s. About 120 stamps mounted on blank pages; nearly all ½d & 1d King Edward VII; excellent range of towns, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Realized $114.
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Lot 346
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Nauru, Neat Mint Collection, 1916-78 (Scott 1//190). Mounted in two album pages, including 1916-23 (1-15, incl. 4c die II), 1924-27 (17a-30a), plus several modern never hinged sets in stock sheet, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $1,023.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $400.
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Nevis, Mostly Mint Collection, 1861-1985. In Palo hingeless album ($300 retail value), including some useful earlies such as 1861 (7 & 9-10 used), 1879-80 (19-20, used), followed by 1980 St Kitts-Nevis overprints, and then by a highly complete section of sets issued on the 1981-85 period, including some with specimen overprints. We also noted 1980-83 official sets, mostly Very Fine.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Realized $325.
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Lot 348
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New Zealand, Mint & Used Parallel Collection, 1882-1998. In two three-ring binders with value concentrated in the 20th Century, including many useful sets (mint unless denoted) such as 1909-12 (130-39, used), 1913 (131e), 1920 (165-70), 1938-44 (226-28C), 1940 (229-41), 1960-66 Pictorial Issue (333-52 x2, mint & used), 1967-70 Pictorial Issue (382-404), followed by a fair number of sets & souvenir sheets in the modest range. The Semipostal section with several sets & miniature sheets, Airmail includes C1-3, plus some officials and newspaper stamps, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $190.
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Lot 349

New Zealand, Assortment of Covers, 1901-92. 135 items, including 1936 three first day covers with Anzac Day Issue, 1937 two first day covers franked individually with 1d Boy Hiker, 1939 Taxed cover to Melrose, MA, 1940 New Zealand-Australia-England air mail service inaugural flight, 1940 New Zealand-US air mail service via New Caledonia, Canton Island & Hawaii, plus some commercial usages and a fair number of first day covers and some colorful labels, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Unsold
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Lot 350

Nigeria: Biafra, Mint Collection, 1968-69. In Palo hingeless pages, including 1968 (4-16), plus several sets in the modest range and some souvenir sheets such as 1969 (26 & 31), Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Unsold
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Lot 351

Norfolk Island, Mint Collection, 1948-80. In Palo hingeless pages, and highly complete for the period, including many sets and auto-adhesive examples, Very Fine.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Realized $100.
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Lot 352

Orange River Colony, Mint & Used Collection, 1868-1908. In Palo hingeless pages, starting with 1868-1900 (1//12, mostly used), 1877 (13 & 15, used), 1882 (23 & 25, used), 1888 (28, mint), 1892 (34, mint), 1896 (35-40, mint), 1900 (44-45, 46-52 & 53 mint), 1903-04 (61-69, mint), plus 1907-08 (70-73), Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Realized $225.
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Pakistan, Mint & Used Assortment, 1947-82. In album and stock book with duplication, sets & singles mint from 1966 onwards, and including Bahawalpur examples in never hinged condition. We also noted unchecked glassines with duplicates, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Realized $128.
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Lot 354
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Palestine, Mostly Used Assortment, 1920-48. In stock book and stock pages in folder, including used earlies with duplication, and postage dues issued in the 1924-45 period, plus a couple of German Offices in Turkey wrappers addressed to foreign destinations, and cancelled in Jerusalem. We also noted Palestine stamps issued in the 1927-42, and tied on a fair number of cover fragments by Tel Aviv, Haifa or Jerusalem machine cancels. Worth viewing at our low estimate, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $214.
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Papua, Highly Specialized Mint and Used Collection, 1901-37. In Palo hingeless album, starting with 1901 (1-7, plus 1-8 with vertical watermarks), 1906 (16-18 with horizontal watermarks & 11-16 with vertical watermarks), 1909-10 (34-40), 1910 (41-49), plus 1909-10 small Papua mint examples depicting small plate flaws that a specialist will be excited to see. We also noted 1911 & 1916-31 sets (50-57 & 60-73), followed by a detailed study of stamps issued in the 1916-31 period, depicting small plate flaws, shades & printings, and then by 1917 set and 1931 2d on 1½d imprint block of ten. Air Mail section complete, including C1 imprint strip of three, C2 & C4 imprint blocks of six, plus two first flight covers sent in the early 1930s, Officials 1931 (O1-12).Truly a collector's dream, be sure to take a close look! mostly Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,800.
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Lot 356
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Rhodesia, Mint & Used Collection, 1890-1978. In Palo hingeless album, including 1890-94 (1-16 mint, plus 3s, 4s, 5s, 10s & £1 used, and £2 & £5 examples with revenue cancels), 1891 (20-21), 1896 (31-39 mint), 1896 (42 used), 1896 (43-49), 1897 (50-56), 1898-1908 (66-67, 69-70 & 73 mint, plus £10 with revenue cancel), 1905 (76-81 mint), 1909 (95-96 mint & 97-99 used, plus some used pairs with inverted overprints), 1910 (101-112 mint), 1913-19 (119-30 & 132-35 mint). We also noted several sets issued in the 1965-78 sets in the modest range, plus some postage dues. This collection will reveal plenty of value to the careful viewer, so be sure to set aside some time to explore this one! Fine to Very Fine.
SG £6,000 ($9,600).
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,400.
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St. Christopher, Mint & Used Collection, 1870-90. In Palo hingeless pages, including 1870 (2-3, used), 1875-79 (4-7, used), 1882-90 (15-16 mint, plus 8-14 & 16, used), 1885 (17 x2, mint & used), 1884-86 (18-20 x2, mint & used) & 1887-88 (21-22, mint). Careful viewing advised, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Realized $325.
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Lot 358

St. Kitts-Nevis, Mint Collection, 1903-84. In two Palo hingeless albums ($300 retail value), including 1903 (1-10), 1905-18 (11-21), 1921-29 (37-51), 1938-48 (79-90), 1938 (82a//88a), 1952 (107-18), 1954-57 (120-34) & 1963 (145-63, plus set with watermarks sideways), followed by a virtually complete section of sets & souvenir sheets issued in the 1963-84, plus officials. We also noted 1980-87 St. Kitts regular & official sets, plus some modern issues in stock page. Excellent opportunity for collector, Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Unsold
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Lot 359

St. Vincent, Mostly Mint Collection, 1861-1989. In two Palo hingeless albums (retail value $877), including 1861 (1B, used), 1871-78 (14, used), 1883-97 (51-52), 1885 (55), 1892 (58), 1909-11 (98-103), followed by a highly complete section of sets & souvenir sheets issued in the 1951-84 period, plus several modern sets in stock pages and some semipostals. Viewing will be pleasurable, and will enable you to appreciate the quality and value offered here, mostly Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $450.
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