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Lot 388
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Albania, Mostly Mint Collection, 1914-89. In three binders, including many fresh (mint unless denoted) sets such as 1917 (54-61, used), 1920 (120-24), 1924 (164-70), 1925 (171-77 & 178-85), 1937 (281-89, including. souvenir sheet), 1946 (367-72), 1946 (384-90), 1947 Qemal Stafa (393a, souvenir sheet), 1947 (395-402), followed by many sets issued in the 1950s-60s period, and in the $5 to $25 range. The Airmail section includes 1925 (C1-7), 1927 (C8-14), plus some postage dues and Government in Exile examples. Excellent for further expansion, well worth a peek, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $375.
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Lot 389
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Austria, Mint & Used Parallel Collection, 1850-1997. A moving property in four three-ring binders with many desirable sets & singles such as used classics (1-5, 6-11, 12-16, 22-26 & 27-33), followed by 19th Century, and then by a wealth of sets, including 1908-13 (110a-127 x2; mint & used), 1910 (128-44 mint, plus extra 10k used), 1925-32 (303-24, mint), 1929-30 (326-39, mint), 1932 (340-53), 1936 (380, used), 1948-52 (520-56). We also noted useful Semipostal section (B81-86, B87-92, B93-98, B122-27 & B138-41 mint), Airmails (C12-31 & C32-46 mint), plus postage dues, military stamps, newspaper stamps and some Lombardy-Venetia examples. Great for collectors, and with potential for dealers as well, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,500.
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Lot 390

Austria, Mint collection, 1891-1937. In a Lighthouse hingeless album with many better sets in never hinged condition, including 1896 (63 & 65), 1901-02 (70a-82a), 1930 (B81-86), 1931 (B87-92), 1931 (B93-98), 1932 (B100-105), 1932 (340-53), 1933 (B106-109), 1935 (C32-46) & 1936 (B138-41). A nice starter collection with desirable sets, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $750.
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Lot 391
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Austria, Mint & Used Collection, 1850s-1990s. Nearly 4,400 stamps in two thick three-ring binders with some duplication, starting with a nice section of XIX Century used issues, followed by sets, part sets, postcards & covers, latter incl. one from displaced persons camp in Feistritz, also blocks of four and plenty of modern issues. We also noted nice semipostals, plus some better airmails such as 1950-53 (C54 & C56-60 used) and postage dues, finally there are fieldpost, newspaper & offices abroad examples, condition is a little bit mixed on some earlies but overall is Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $375.
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Lot 392
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Austria, Mint & Used Collection, 1850-1950. Several hundred stamps mounted in a Scott specialty album, better used includes 1-5, 6-11, 17-21, 34-39, 41-46, 128-141, C54-C59, better mint includes 378-379, 405-423, B185a-B188a, with extensive BOB, fresh and attractive, a wonderful lot to break up for internet sales, examination encouraged, o.g., hinged or never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $500.
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Lot 393
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Austria, Mint & Used Collection, 1850-1986. Several thousand stamps in two thick stock books, includes a great deal of classic material, interesting for cancellations and perf varieties. with two mint 31, used block of eight P9, cover and postal stationery, mint never hinged block of six B7, and much more, a perfect holding for the Austria specialist, must be viewed to be appreciated, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $400.
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Lot 394
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Austria, Block of Four Collection, 1964-86. Fresh collection on display pages, most issues are in blocks of four, multiples of some S/Ss, other issues with greater duplication i.e. 385-387(x11) never hinged and 576(x66) never hinged, excellent opportunity for the retail or internet dealer, please examine, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
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Lot 395
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Austria, Mint and Used Collection, 1898-1924. Housed on blank pages in a spring back binder. Good value and coverage for the period covered, with some cancel interest, overall clean and Fine to Very Fine, examine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $250.
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Lot 396
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Austria, Mint & Used Assortment, 1850s-1970s. In six stock books and three-ring binder; starting with Emperor Franz Josef early issues in used condition, followed by section with 20th Century mint & used sets and part sets in the modest range. Semipostals include several better (mint unless denoted) sets such as 1923 (B57-65), 1932 (B100-105), 1934 (B138-41) & 1936 (B138-41), plus some airmails, military stamps and postage dues. Three-ring binder with black imperforate proofs issued in 1988, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $150.
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Lot 397

Austria & France, Never Hinged Collections. Former in two Safe hingeless albums, virtually complete in the 1966-90 period, including sets and some souvenir sheets; latter in Lighthouse hingeless album with many sets, and highly complete in the 1980-86 period. You can't go wrong at our low estimate, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $130.
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Lot 398
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Austria, Dealer's Stock, 1860s-2000. Mint & used, mounted in presentation cards with Michel Catalog numbers, and housed in two red boxes, majority of sets & singles in the modest range with some higher such as 1908-16 Franz Josef 10k (Scott 127 used). We also noted a fair number of XIX Century stamps with legible cancels, overall condition Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $110.
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Lot 399
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Austria, Mint and Used Assortment, 1919-57. Small assortment of primarily 1950s sets and singles on stock pages; lots of nice mid-range material, with 1-5 of an item divided fairly evenly between mint never hinged & used; we note three mint never hinged 10s Costumes, one the flat white gum variety (556b, Scott $275); also B265-67 and the like. A nice clean lot.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $179.
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Lot 400
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Austria, Mint and Used Collection, 1850-1937. A few hundred stamps on blank album pages, including a little Bosnia & Herzegovina; pretty basic but we note few better mint lightly hinged like #371 (mint & used), B107-109 (no 12g) & B118-121; a good starter collection.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $110.
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Lot 401
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Belgium, Mint & Used Dealer Stock, 1849-1992. In five stock books with saleable duplication, better noted (mint unless denoted) include 1849 (1-2 x2, used), 1858 (12 x5, used), 1863-65 (13-16, used plus perf. varieties), 1915-20 (121-22, mint), 1919 5Fr King Albert (136 x2), 1924 (171a, center block of four from souvenir sheet), 1925 Kings Leopold & Albert (172-84 x4), 1929 (213 x3), 1948 Anseele sheet (B458a), 1958-60 (461, 463 & 466), Semipostals section include 1931 (B107-13), 1932 (B123-24 x2), 1933 (B144-50 x3, incl. mint set), 1934 (B156-62 x2), 1948 (B460-61 x4), 1950 (B482a x2), 1954 (B561-66) & 1957 (B605a). We also noted a stock book loaded with unchecked parcel post stamps in used condition, plus an extra stock book with modern issues. We suggest careful viewing which should reward time spent, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $1,400.
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Lot 402
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Belgium, Mint & Used Parallel Collection, 1849-1998. An appealing property presented in four three-ring binders, including many desirable singles, sets & souvenir sheets such as 1849 (1-2 x2, used), 1869-70 (28-36, used), 1883 (45-48, used), 1884-85 (49-54, used), 1886-91 (55-59, used), 1893-1900 (60-75, used), 1912 (92-102, mint), 1915-20 (108-22, used), 1922-27 (144-61, mint), 1925 (172-84, mint), 1926-27 (185-90), 1931-32 (229-36 x2, mint & used), followed by a wealth of sets, including a useful semipostal section that deserves your attention, plus airmails, postage dues and some parcel post examples. Viewing should prove to be rewarding, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $550.
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Lot 403
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Belgium, Parcel Post Cancels, 1879-94. Marvelous collection of more than 600 stamps of the first two Parcel Post issues, sorted by town in a large stockbook; nearly all ate the hexagonal type and nearly 200 of them are First issue (1879-82). Since all were collected for cancellation, there are, naturally a few flaws, but generally condition is clean and Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $822.
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Lot 404

Belgium, Never Hinged Collection, 1960-2006. Presented in five Davo hingeless albums, and virtually complete for the period, including sets, souvenir sheets & booklets. Attractive and recommended for the discriminating collector or dealer, since there is about 1,450 euros in face value, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 405
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Belgium, Mint & Used Collection, 1957-96. In eight albums (seven Lindner albums & pages with a retail value $900), with a large number of sets in the modest range, including regulars, semipostals, airmails, postage dues, se-tenant pairs with publicity, occupations, precancels, parcel post stamps & booklets. An excellent choice at our estimate, Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $425.
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Lot 406
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Belgium, Postmarks Collection, 1870s-1950s. In stock book and album with approximately 1600 stamps, showing a galaxy of legible and clear circular datestamps, plus a fair number with numeral cancels. Stamps in album arranged by town in alphabetical (A to W) order. Highly recommended for the specialist looking to go beyond the commercial catalogs, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $411.
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Lot 407
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Belgium, Brussels Parcel Post Cancels, 1910s-40s. Accumulation of more than 1400 Parcel Post stamps between Q16 & Q130, all with boxed Brussels parcel post cancels; an interesting and unusual lot.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $197.
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Lot 408

Belgium, Provisional Locals, 1946. Group of 42 stamps. In 1946 it was authorised a reduction in the postal rates paid at the time. A typographed surcharge was applied to the governments supply of the 1.50Fr, 2Fr & 5Fr stamps. The local post offices were authorised to apply "-10%" handstamps. Hundreds of types and sizes are known, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
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Lot 409
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Belgium, Antwerp Parcel Post Cancels, 1910s-40s. Accumulation of more than 750 Parcel Post stamps between Q29 & Q232; an interesting and unusual lot.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $200.
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Lot 410
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Belgian Congo, Mint & Used Assortment. In a stock book, including Belgian Congo with regulars, semipostals, airmails & postage dues. Better noted include 1910-15 (48a, booklet pane of 10), 1915 (60a, 61a & 62a, booklet panes of 10); followed by Katanga issues, and Ruanda-Urundi, plus some useful souvenir sheets in stock sheets, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Unsold
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Lot 411

Brazil, Postal Cards, 1895-1904, Liberty Head Assortment. Group of 113 addressed to domestic & European destinations, many nice markings and used in the 1895-1907 period, including several uprated items, comprising 1895 40r reply-paid double postal cards (H&G 20 x4, 20a x5, 20b, 21, 21a x2, 21c x2, 21d-f), 1896 80r (H&G 22 x4, 22a, 23 x6 & 23a), 1896 80r (H&G 24 x5, 24a x2, 24c-d), 1896 80r (H&G 25 x3, including two message halves), 1898 50r (H&G 26 x5, 26a x6, 26b x5, 26c x2 & 26d), 1898 100r (H&G 27, 27a x35), 1898 100r (H&G 28a x3, reply halves) & 1904 50r (H&G 29, 29a x14), Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $475.
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Lot 412

Brazil, Postal Cards, 1890-95, Liberty Head Assortment. Group of 57 addressed to domestic & European destinations, many nice markings and used in the 1892-95 period, comprising 40r orange (H&G 14 x2, 14b x4, 14c, 14g x2), 80r red (H&G 15 x13, 15a-b, 15c x10, 15d x2, 15e x3, 15f x3), 40r yellow-orange (H&G 16, 16a x5, 16b x2, 17, 17a, 17b x2), 80r red (H&G 18 x2 & 19). See photos of the entire lot on our website (H&G 14//19 or BP20//37), Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $190.
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Lot 413

Brazil, Postal History Collection, 1930s-60s. About 158 covers in a three-ring binder, and addressed to U.S., Europe & South America destinations, including a nice range of postal rates and datestamps. We noted many commercial & registered usages. Recommended for collector or on-line dealer, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $110.
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Lot 414
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Bulgaria, Mint & Used Collection, 1882-1990. In four three-ring binders with value concentrated in the 20th Century, and many sets, part sets & singles in the modest range. We noted some better mint sets such as 1934 (253-58), 1935 (281-85), 1935 (288-92) & 1937 (304-308), plus some sets up to $15, and issued in the 1950s. Semipostal section includes 1939-69 issues & Airmail section with 1927-28 (C1-4). A starter collection to build upon, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $225.
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Lot 415
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Cambodia, Mint & Used Assortment, 1951-76. In a stockbook with duplicates, including 1951-52 (1-17), 1955 (38-52), 1956 King Norodom (53-58, imperforate & perforated), plus many other colorful sets up to $10.We also noted semipostals & airmails, plus 1957 (J5, artist signed die proof), 1970 Deluxe Die Proofs (241-42) and twenty souvenir sheets in never hinged condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
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Lot 416

Chile, Postal Stationery Assortment, 1895-1904. Group of six postal envelopes and two covers to New Bedford, MA, including three uprated with 5¢ stamps, plus another one uprated with 10¢ on 30¢ provisional pair (Scott 57). We also noted 1895 cover with 10¢ orange (Scott 29), and Peru 1895 cover franked with 1¢ green & 10¢ green (119 & 123), Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $110.
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Lot 417
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Chile, Mint and Used Collection, 1867-1960s. A few hundred different neatly arranged on stock sheets; highlights include (mint unless noted) #15-19, 34 (used), 78, 97 & 112; clean and Fine to Very Fine throughout.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $164.
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Lot 418
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China, Mint & Used Collection, 1898-2002. In five three-ring binders, including China starting with some mostly used sets of part sets issued in the 1898-1932 period, followed by some Dr. Sun Yat-sen examples, and then by overprinted or surcharged issues in the modest range, plus airmails and postage dues. Republic of China (Taiwan) section with many useful sets such as 1958 (1183-88), 1958 (1189-92, never hinged), 1960 (1261-64), 1968 (1556-62), 1970 (1659-65), plus many other sets in the $5 to $10 range. People's Republic of China with some earlies such as 1950 (31 & 34), 1951 (117-21 & 124-27, used), 1952 Physical Exercises blocks of four, 1962 (629-34, unused no gum as issued), 1963 Panda (708 & 710), 1965 (863-73, used), 1972 (1090-94, never hinged), 1974 (1143-48, mint), 1975 (1232-38, mint), plus many other easy-to-sell sets issued in the 1980s. Recommended for further expansion or retail, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,300.
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Lot 419

China, Postal History Assortment, 1903-36. Comprising postal card uprated with 5¢ dragon stamp (115), and sent to Sweden in 1903, cover with "Via Siberia" manuscript notation, franked with 5¢ dragon stamps (127, horizontal pair), and sent to Sweden in 1908, plus two 1936 covers with "Via Siberia" manuscript notations; one franked with 25¢ (337), and sent to England, other with 1¢ x5 (313) & 20¢ (333), and sent to Sweden, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
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Lot 420
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China, Small Group Including Treaty Ports and Hong Kong, China includes mint 73, Chefoo 1, Kewkiang 4-10, 13, used 9, Kewkiang 3, Hong Kong used has 21, 24, nice looking lot, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $1,100.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $150.
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Lot 421

China (People's Republic), New Issue Stock, 1980-2009. Thousands of stamps and souvenir sheets in eight binders and a few presentation packs, starts with reprints of some of the early issues, sparse after that until 1980, then contains material such as 1357-1362, 2568a (x3), 2805 (x3), 2976 (x3), 3118a, 3259-3260 sheet, and much more, a perfect chance to pick up inventory at a reasonable cost, please investigate, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $900.
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Lot 422

China (People's Republic) & Hong Kong, Mint Accumulation, 1991-2007. Residing in two stock books, first stock book has dozens of mint never hinged souvenir sheets and complete sets, second stock book has Hong Kong mounted on pages, with 1997-1999 stamps and souvenir sheets, then PRC year sets from 1991 to 2002, also contains mint sheets of 3110a-3112a in presentation folder, set of 2976a-bd tied to full colored cards plus two full sheets, set of 3006a-j tied to full color cards, fresh and clean, a wonderful chance to grab some in demand material, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $475.
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Lot 423
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Cuba, Mint and Used Collection, 1898-1959. Fairly complete collection neatly arranged in two 16-page stockbooks; first few issues mint & used, later mainly mint with highlights including unused #7, 46, 62 and mint #57, 77, 89, 105, 117 and nearly complete 20th century; condition is a little mixed early, but otherwise virtually all clean and Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $550.
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Lot 424

Cuba, 1899-1927, Assortment of Covers. Group of 27, including eight 2¢ postal envelopes to Habana or U.S., two picture postcards, 1907 postal card to France, 1927 two First Flight Habana-Key West covers, plus three 1927 commercial covers to Philadelphia, and franked with imperforate pairs & blocks of four. Excellent for the dealer or collector, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
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Lot 425
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Cuba, Mostly Used Collection, 1961-99. Housed in four nice albums with slipcases, including many sets in the modest range, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $110.
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Lot 426
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Czechoslovakia, Massive and Valuable Well Organized Specialist's Working Stock. In 5 volumes, comprised collectively of thousands, dutifully arranged by mint and used sections and where appropriate, further segregated by Michel numbers to note perf varieties, etc. Coverage goes to the 1980's and begins with excellent Castle types with shades and perf varieties, strong "Posta Ceskoslovenska" overprint, with many better values signed Gilbert, strong back-of-the-book issues with specialized postage dues and airmails, lengthy runs of manageably duplicated later issues in like quantities, plus Slovakia, good Eastern Silesia and much, much more. A wonderful lot which should be carefully viewed to be fully appreciated.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,300.
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Lot 427
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Czechoslovakia, Comprehensive Parallel Mint and Used Collection, 1945-92. A superb, keepsake collection, meticulous in every respect, housed in 6 pristine Schaubek hingeless albums. The collection is organized on duplicate sets of hingeless pages and is complete for the period both mint and used. Nothing to improve upon for this beautiful lot; some additional perf and phosphor paper varieties included as well, routinely Very Fine, inspection invited.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
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Lot 428
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Czechoslovakia & Russia, Mostly Mint Collections, 1960s-1970s. Former in a Lighthouse hingeless album, highly complete in the 1960-75 period and mostly never hinged, including souvenir sheets and sheetlets of four; latter in two Lighthouse hingeless albums, starting with virtually complete section of used sets & souvenir sheets issued in the 1960-64 period, followed by the second volume with never hinged sets & souvenir sheets issued from 1965 to 1970. A good opportunity for anyone with an interest in these areas of philately, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
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Lot 429
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Czechoslovakia, Mostly Used Collection, 1918-75. Several hundred stamps in a semi-specialized collection on old blank album pages; while the bulk of the stamps are used, there are some reasonable mid-range mint sets, plus also included are both 1934 Anthem souvenir sheets in folders; condition is just about all clean and Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $475.
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Lot 430
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Czechoslovakia, Interesting Specialized Postage Due Collection. With the large percentage of emphasis on the first issue, beautifully assembled and fully annotated on 56 pages. Includes a great study of J1-14, including mint and used sets with multiples, etc, color varieties, paper fold, printed on both sides, offsets, unofficial and private perforations, UPU proofs both imperf and privately perforated, black proofs, select items on piece, showing mixed Czech and Austria postage due usages, trial prints, examples of proper usage on covers or cards, lots of printer's waste items and more. Delightful study of this interesting issue, Fine to Very Fine, specialists delight.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $400.
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Lot 431
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Czechoslovakia, Mostly Mint Collection, 1918-52. In a springback album with some duplication, starting with Hradcany imperforate & perforated examples, followed by 1919 semipostals, 1922 airmails (C7-9 x2, mint & used), 1925 (B137-39 x2, mint & used), plus sets, part sets & singles in the modest range. We also noted Czechoslovak Legion stamps issued in 1920 and some Slovakia sets. Please inspect, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $375.
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Lot 432
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Czechoslovakia, Mint & Used Collection, 1918-88. In four three-ring binders with a wealth of sets, part sets & singles. Volume I starting with 1918-19 Hradcany imperforate or perforated issues, followed by several used sets in the modest range such as 1928 (142-51) & 1930 (175-78), and then by a large number of sets issued in the 1930s-50s period. Volume II loaded with mint & used parallel sets issued in the 1960-69. Volume III with mint & used parallel sets issued in the 1970-79 period. Volume IV with 1919 semipostals and some useful airmails such as C7-9 in used condition, plus postage dues and special delivery examples. A useful collection for your consideration, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $275.
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Lot 433
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Lot 434
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Denmark, Mostly Used Assortment, 1851-1973. Mounted in stock book and some pages with value concentrated in a fair number of earlies with numeral cancels, including 1851 (2 x5), 1854-57 (3 x3, 4 x45, 5 x5 & 6), 1863 (9 x3), 1864-68 (11 x9, 12 x5, 13 x19, 14 & 15 x3), plus some Coat of Arms stamps. We also noted some Danish West Indies examples such as 1866 (2 x4), and Greenland (1-9, used), plus a group of picture postcards sent in the 1907-11 period, and several first day covers. An interesting holding at a conservative estimate, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $600.
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Lot 435
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Denmark, Used Collection, 1851-1986. Mounted in a Ka-Be album, starting with 19th Century, followed by many sets such as 1905-17 (57-64), 1905 (65-69), 1907-12 (72-78), 1915 (135), 1924 (167a & 171a), 1925-26 (C1-3, mint), 1926-27 (176-77), 1926-27 (185-91), 1930 (210-19), 1934 (C6-10), plus many regular sets in the modest range. We also noted some officials, postage dues and Greenland stamps. Offered intact as received from consignor.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $500.
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Lot 436
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Denmark, Used Stock, 1861-1926. Several hundred stamps on stocksheets; starts with eight 1851 4rs and other reasonably nice classics; condition is generally Fine to Very Fine. A useful lot.
Estimate $350 - 500.
Realized $200.
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Lot 437
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Denmark & Danish West Indies, Used Collection, 1851-1969. Solid, relatively complete used collection in a Davo hingeless album; lots of better singles and sets including #5, 15, 65-137, 139, 140, 167a/175a, B1-5 & Q10; Danish West Indies includes used #3, 11 & 20; condition, with only a few exceptions, is clean and Fine to Very Fine pretty much throughout. A very nice lot. Also includes mint Denmark 1983-1986 issues, apparently with dry gum, never hinged.
Scott $6,500.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $550.
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Lot 438
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Denmark & Danish West Indies, Mint & Used Collection, 1851-1998. A respectable starting collection with many attractive singles and sets, presented in a three-ring binder, highlights (used unless denoted) include Denmark starting with nice classics with numeral cancels, followed by posthorn type stamps issued in the 1870s-80s, and then by several desirable stamps such as 1912 (82), 1913-28 (97-131), 1918 (142-44), 1930 (167a, 171a & 175a, mint blocks of four), 1930 (210-19 x2; mint & used), 1933-40 (220-30 & 239-43 x2, mint & used), followed by many other sets, part sets or singles in the modest range. We also noted a nice semipostal section, plus some airmails, postage dues and newspaper stamps, Danish West Indies 1903 (18c, two diagonal halves tied on paper fragments) & 1915 (51-58, mint). Viewing recommended for full understanding of the opportunity offered here, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $500.
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Lot 439
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Egypt, Mostly Mint Collection, 1870s-1963. In two three-ring binders with value concentrated in the 20th Century, and many better mint sets or singles such as 1914 (59), 1922 (78-88), 1923-24 (92-102), 1925 (105-07), 1933 (168-71), 1933 (172-76), 1952 (299-316) & 1953 (343-60), followed by many sets in the modest range, and issued in the 1950s-60s period. We also noted some semipostals, airmails and occupation stamps for use in Palestine. A sweet deal at our estimate, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $400.
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Lot 440
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Egypt, Mint & Used Assortment, 1867-1967. In two stock books with some duplicates, including sets, part sets & singles. We also noted United Arab Republic sets & souvenir sheets, plus some officials. Please inspect, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Realized $200.
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Lot 441
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Egypt - United Arab Republic, Mint and Used Collection, 1958-65. In a Lindner hingeless album, with many never hinged and highly complete for the period, including many sets & several souvenir sheets, plus some Yemen & Syria, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $250.
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Lot 442
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Ethiopia, Mint and Used Collection, 1900-75. Nice representative collection in a blank album; no rarities, but lots of $20-and-up sets including useful Postage Dues; mixed mint/used to about 1960, essentially complete mint and nearly all never hinged from there onward.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $300.
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Lot 443
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Faroe Islands, Mint & Used Parallel Collection, 1975-2005. Highly complete and presented in three nice Lindner albums, including sets, souvenir sheets & booklets. We also noted a stock book with mint & used booklets, Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $225.
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Lot 444
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Faroe Islands, Nice CTO Collection, 1975-2008. Neatly arranged in a stockbook including souvenir sheets and booklets as well as a couple sets in complete sheets, Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $161.
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Lot 445
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Finland, Mint & Used Assortment, 1866-1976. Three stock books and some stock cards, value of the lot concentrated in the early serpentine rouletted stamps, including 1866-1974 (6 x4; 7 x10; 8 x5; 9 x20; 10 x35). We also noted several censored covers and picture postcards to Florida sent in the 1940s, plus a fair number of first day covers. A high catalogue value lot, and truly an opportunity not to let fly by, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $900.
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Lot 446
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Finland, Mostly Mint Collection, 1856-1991. In two Davo hingeless albums, better noted include 1860 (4-5, used), followed by 5p to 40p in used condition, and issued in the 1866-70 period, then 1875-82 (17-24, used), 1889-92 (42-45, mint), 1891-92 (46-58, including. 1k to 50k, 3½r & 7r mint), 1903 (75 x2, mint), 1917-29 (83-108 & 110). We noted a virtually complete section of mint sets issued in the 1930-87 period, plus 1930 Zeppelin (C1, mint), 1919 "Aunus" overprints & Nord-Ingermanland examples. A terrific lot, recommended as a basis for further expansion, mostly Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $600.
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Lot 447
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Finland, Mint and Used Collection, 1860-2010. Housed in two well filled albums including Aland Islands. Clean, fresh, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $715.
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Lot 448
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Finland, Mint & Used Collection, 1860-1983. In a three-ring binder, starting with several better earlies such as 1860 (4-5, used), 1866-74 (6-10, used), followed by some Arms type stamps issued in the 1870s-80s period, and then by some Imperial Arms of Russia examples. We also noted a large number of sets issued in the 20th Century, and in parallel mint & used condition, including some better such as 1954-59 (312-23, mint), 1956-57 (336-38A, mint) & 1963-67 (398-414A & 415, mint), plus nice semipostal section and some Aland Islands stamps. A last minute arrival and worth exploring, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $250.
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Lot 449
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Finland, Mint and Used Collection, 1867-1959. Mounted in a Stender album, starting with 19th Century used and including 1875-82 (17, 19-20 & 23), 1881 (30), 1889-92 (45), followed by Imperial Arms of Russia issues, and then by many sets collected more or less in parallel mint & used condition, including regulars & semipostals. A starter collection at a reasonable estimate, I.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $170.
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Lot 450
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Finland, Mostly Mint Collection, 1921-86. Mounted on pages, including many sets such as 1927-29 (143-52, used) & 1931 (B5-7, mint), and many sets in the $5 to $10 range. We also noted some airmails & military stamps, with mint sets from 1941 onwards. Ideal as starter collection, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $2,600.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $225.
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Lot 451
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France, Used Collection, 1849-1976. In three hingeless albums, beginning with several better earlies such as 1849-50 (1-3 & 7-8), 1852 (10-11), 1853-60 (12-13 & 19-20), 1863-70 (29-32 & 34-36), 1870-71 (38-41 & 46-48), 1870-73 (50-56 & 58), followed by several Sage type sets, including 1c Prussian Blue (87) and 5Fr violet (96), and then by many useful sets & singles issued in the 20th Century: 1918 (B11), 1927 (B24-26), 1936 (B48-53), 1938 (B66-67), 1940-41 (400-414), plus many other sets that deserve your attention. We also noted valuable postage dues: 1871 (J6), 1882-92 (J11-17, J19-20 & J22), 1927-31 (J58-65), and some airmails. Recommended for collector or dealer who wants a nearly complete collection, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,200.
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Lot 452
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France, Mostly Mint Collection, 1849-1990. In four Davo hingeless albums, starting with 1849-50 (1-3 & 6-9, used), 1853-60 (12-15, 17 & 20-21, used), 1863-70 (59-37, used), 1870 (38-41 & 43-48, used), 1877-90 (91-92 & 98, mint), followed by many better (mint unless denoted) sets such as 1923-26 (185-96), 1924-25 (220-25), 1929 (246, used), 1930-31 (258-62), 1934 (294), 1935 (301), 1936 (308), 1936 (311-12), 1936 (C16-17, used), 1936-37 (B48-53), 1938 (B54-59), 1937 (B66-67, used), 1940-41 (400-414) & 1989 French Revolution sheet (Yvert-Tellier 11c, fluorescent paper), plus a highly complete mint section of stamps issued in the 1941-90 period, including semipostals, postage dues and some Unesco examples. A worthwhile collection and an easy viewing, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,600.
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Lot 453
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France, Mint & Used Collections. Presented in four albums, including a mint collection loaded with desirable sets such as 1914 (B1-2), 1917-19 (B7), 1937 (B66-67), 1938 (B54-59), 1940 (B97-100), 1941 (B117-28), 1950 (B249-54), 1951 (B258-63), 1955 (B294-99), 1956 (B303-308), 1957 (B312-17), plus 1936 (C10-12) & 1936 (C15, used), other collection with several useful classics in used condition and many regular sets in the modest range. The other two collections mostly with sets, part sets & singles issued in the 20th Century. Recommended for dealer, viewing suggested for full appreciation of the opportunity afforded here, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Unsold
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Lot 454
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France, Mint & Used Collection, 1957-75. Few hundred stamps and covers mounted in a Simplex album, each stamp meticulously written up, with first day covers and used blocks, better mint includes B327a, B337a, B341-B346, B347a, C37-C40, B350-B355, a beautiful holding that is sure to please, inspection invited, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Realized $1,000.
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Lot 455
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France, Mint & Used Collection, 1849-1990. In three binders, starting with 19th Century used, including Bordeaux issue examples, and several Peace & Commerce such as 1877-80 (96), followed by 1903-38 (138-54). We noted some mint highlights such as 1937 PEXIP (329), 1940-41 (400-14), 1944 (477-95), followed by many sets issued in the 1950s-70s period. The Semipostal well-filled section includes several better (mint unless denoted) sets or part sets: 1918 (B11, used), 1922 (B12-18), 1935 (B42-43), 1937 (B66-67), 1943 (B157a) & 1956 (B303-08). We also noted some airmails, postage dues and military stamps. A good opportunity for the collector or dealer of this popular stamp country, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $750.
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Lot 456
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France, Mint & Used Collection, 1870s-1960s. In a well-filled springback album with value concentrated in the 20th Century issues, better noted (mint unless denoted) including. 1924 (198-201), 1924-25 (220-25), 1938 (349), 1943 (B157a), 1950 (B249-54), 1951 (B258-63), 1952 (B267-72), 1953 (B276-81), 1954 (B285-90), plus some airmails & postage dues, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $325.
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Lot 457
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France, Liberation Issues, 1944, Group of 85. Mostly mint or unused stamps, housed in a stockbook, and including examples issued in Annecy (Haute-Savoie), Bordeaux (Gironde), Chalons-sur-Mane (Marne), Chambery (Savoie), Cherbourg (Manche), Lyon (Rhone), Poitiers (Vienne), Pons (Charente-Maritime), Annemasse (Haute-Savoie), Lille (Nord), Saverne (Bas-Rhin) & Les Rouses (Jura), Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $200.
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Lot 458
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France, Cancels & Shades Assortment, 1873-1930. In a stock book, including 1870-73 (55 x2, 56 x2, 57 x3, 58 x4 & 59), 1872-75 (60 x2, 61 x4, 62 x3 & 63 x4), 1877-80 (86 x3, 88 x2, 89-90, 90a, 91, 91a-b, 92 x2, 93-95 & 96 x2), 1879-90 (97-98, 98a, 99, 100 x2, 101-102), plus Liberty, Equality & Fraternity examples issued in the 1900-29 period. We also noted Sower stamps depicting distinctive shades, and some 1927 surcharge varieties (229 & 232), Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Unsold
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Lot 459

France, Philatelic Folders, 1998-2002. In two special binders with sheets & folders designed to promote the stamps issued in the period; each with information, and with stamp tied by first day cancel, Very Fine.
Estimate $100 - 150.
Realized $85.
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Lot 460
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French Colonies, Impressive Assortment. Housed in eight stock books with duplication & Scott album, mostly Independent countries but earlies present, including Afars, Central Africa, Cilicia, Congo, Comoro Islands, Dahomey, Fezzan, French West Africa, Gabon, Guadeloupe, Laos, Malagasy, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Somali Coast, Togo (stamp assortment & postage due deluxe sunken die proofs) & Upper Volta. Scott album with Comoro Islands (1950-83), Congo (1959-84) & Djibouti (1977-87) issues. A tremendous holding for the dealer with useful surprises such as imperforates & deluxe sheets, viewing is a must to appreciate the scope and value offered here, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,200.
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Lot 461
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French Colonies, Mint & Used Collection, 1859-1944. In Palo Alto hingeless album pages, starting with Eagle & Crown issue, followed by 1871-77 Napoleon III & Ceres issues, and then by 1877-80 Peace & Commerce type I & II examples, 1881-86 Commerce (46-59), plus 1943 semipostal stamps and useful postage dues such as 1884-85 (J1-14, incl. 5fr used). We also noticed a block of fourteen forged postage due stamps (J1-14) useful as reference., Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $400.
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Lot 462
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French Colonies, Mint & Used Collection. In five three-ring binders, including the following (mint unless denoted) better sets; Cameroun 1916-17 (130-46) & 1939-40 (225-54), French Equatorial Africa 1946 (166-84), French Morocco 1923-27 (90-115) & 1939-42 (149-75), French Polynesia 1942 (136-49), 1948 (160-78) & 1946 (C11-16), French West Africa 1947 (36-54), Martinique 1933-40 (133-72), Senegal 1935-40 (142-71), New Hebrides 1953 (83-93) & 1957 (98-108), St. Pierre & Miquelon 1942 (256-57 & 258-59), 1956 (C20), 1957 (C21-22), 1959 (C23), 1965 (C29), plus some postage dues issued in 1892, Togo 1916-17 (176-92). You can't go wrong at our estimate, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $400.
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Lot 463
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French Colonies: Algeria, Valuable Mint & Used Assortment, 1924-98. In two stockbooks with duplication and many never hinged, French Algeria section includes 1924-26 first issue up to 5fr, followed by 1926-39 (33-67, including 10fr x5), 1936-41 (79-108 x3), 1939 (126-30 x6), and then by a wealth of sets, part sets & singles up to $12. We also noted useful semipostals, airmails & postage dues such as 1927 (B1-13 x3), 1930 (B14-26 x3), 1949-53 (C8-11 x4), 1926-27 (J12-17 x4) & 1947-55 (J35-48 x5). Independent Algeria section starting with "EA" handstamps, followed by many sets, including singles & blocks of four and several modern booklets. A nice lot for any dealer of this popular country, Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $550.
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Lot 464

French Southern & Antarctic Territories, Never Hinged Collection, 1948-97, bewitching property presented in a Ka Be hingeless album, virtually complete for the period and including many highly desirable sets & singles such as 1960 (16-19), 1963 (23-24), 1966-69 (25-28), 1968 (30), 1968 (32). The Airmail section includes 1956 (C1-2), 1959 (C3), 1963 (C4), 1963 (C6), 1965 (C7 & C8), 1968-69 (C13-14), 1969-71 (C19-23) & 1972 (C26-27). A pleasure to see, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,300.
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Lot 465
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French Colonies: New Caledonia, Potent Mostly Mint Collection, 1881-1999. In three Lindner hingeless albums with many better sets & singles such as 1881-83 (2-5, including 5¢ on 40¢ signed Brun & Calves), 1883-84 (6 & 6a, 7 & 7a), 1886 (8, used, 8a & 9, mint), 1891-92 (11-13 & 11a-13a), 1892 4¢ imperforate used, plus 20¢, 35¢, 40¢ & 1fr imperforate issued stamps (16-19, including 20¢ & 1fr signed A. Brun), followed by 1892 unissued perforated stamps (1¢ used, 2¢ & 4¢ mint, including two signed Thier) and 1892 issued perforated stamps (23-29), 1892-1904 (40-58), 1903 Jubilee (66-80), 1932 (180-81, including 50¢ signed Calves) & 1933 (182-207), 1941 (217-51), and highly complete in the 1942-99 period, plus 1894-1900 postage dues listed in Yvert-Tellier as 1, 1A-B, 2 & 4-6 & 1903 postage dues listed in Scott as J1-7. An extraordinary holding that should be viewed carefully, Very Fine.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Realized $2,500.
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Lot 466
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German Area, Mint & Used Assortment, 1872-2002. In seven old-time stock books with abundant duplication, arranged by Scott Catalogue, value of the lot concentrated in the German Empire section with sets, part sets & singles up to $30, followed by Federal Republic & Berlin issues, including some blocks of four. We also noted as a bonus, three smaller stock books with modern issues. Please leave enough time for a thorough viewing, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $20,000.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,000.
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Lot 467
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German Area, Mint & Used Accumulation. In eight stock books, album and several small boxes with much duplication, including a wealth of Berlin & Federal Republic modern issues, plus a fair number of coil strips, booklets and interesting coil roll labels. We also noted a thick album with an extensive amount of DDR souvenir sheets. Massive catalogue value, and recommended for the internet seller., Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,787.
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Lot 468
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German Area, Mint & Used Dealer Stock. Nicely arranged in 21 stock books, including German Empire, Federal Republic, Berlin & DDR singles, sets & part sets mostly in the modest range but with some better such as German Empire 1936 (B91-92), 1937 (B106, used), 1928 (C37), Berlin 1949 (9N35-41 & 9N42-60). We also noted some German States examples., Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $475.
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Lot 469
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German Area, Assortment, 1872-1981. In six large stockbooks with duplication, including German Empire & Federal Republic and Berlin issues, starting with a few earlies, and then followed by XX Century, including. Inflation & Third Reich (regulars, semipostals & airmails) Issues, Federal Republic section with a large number of sets, part sets & singles in the modest range, including. many blocks of four, then Berlin black & red overprints, followed by Architecture & Freedom Bell Issues, including modern semipostals in blocks of four, could be a great group for the internet and well worth exploring, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $375.
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Lot 470
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German States, Mint & Used Collection, 1849-1920. In a three-ring binder with many useful singles & sets, including Baden 1860-62 (12-13, used), Bavaria 1850-58 (4-8, used), 1862 (9-14, used), 1881-1911 (48-57, used), followed by several sets such as 1914-20 (94-114, mint) & 1919 (156-75, mint), plus official issues, Bergedorf 1861-67, Bremen 1855 (1, used), 1856 (2, used), 1863 (8, tied on cover fragment), Brunswick 1865 (23-25, unused no gum), Hamburg 1864 Lithograph imperforate examples & 1864-65 typographed perforated examples, Hanover 1850 (1, used), 1851-55 (2-6, used), 1853 (7, used), 1856-57 (9-14, used), plus 1859-61 King George V issues, Lubeck 1863 (8-12, used), Mecklenburg-Schwerin 1856 (2-3, used) & 1867 (6, used), Prussia 1850-56 (2-5, used), 1857 (6-7, used), 1858-60 (11-13, used), Saxony 1851-52 (3, 5-6 & 8, used), Thurn & Taxis Northern & Southern Districts, Württemberg 1851-52 (1-6, used), 1859 (13 & 15-18) & 1863 (34, 36-37 & 39-40, used). We also noted Heligoland, Mecklenburg-Strelitz, North German Confederation & Schleswig-Holstein examples, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,500.
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Lot 471
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German States, Mint and Used Collection, 1850-1923. Fairly solid collection on album pages; usual mixed quality, but includes sone nicer mid-range material; worth a look.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $500.
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Lot 472
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German States: Baden, Bavaria & Brunswick, Number Cancel Study. Each identified on small card by city and cancel number, including Baden 45 stamps (2 x2, 3 x5, 4 x3, 6 x2, 7 x6, 8 pair, 9 x2, 10, 13-14, 20 x5, 22), Bavaria 75 stamps (2, 3, 4-6, 10-11, 16-18) & Brunswick three stamps (8, 11 & 16). Condition is mixed but overall Fine to Very Fine. A lot recommended for the specialist in this area, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $2,225.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Unsold
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Lot 473
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German States: Hamburg, Very Nice Mint and Used Collection, 1859-67. Composed of about 100 items with a nice range of multiples and used on piece arrayed on 2 stock pages. Very nice quality with numerous high catalog items (most signed).
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $2,300.
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Lot 474
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German States: Thurn & Taxis, Mint & Used Accumulation, 1851-67. Nearly 400 stamps arranged by number on blank pages; includes from three to mote than 20 of a number; condition is mixed, as always, but there is a good bit of cancellation interest and the catalog value is huge.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $894.
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Lot 475

Germany and Trieste, Ex-Investment Lot. Mint never hinged better issues in massive quantities, all ex-Afinsa material (you remember, the Spanish investment firm?) with in part sheets: Reich 244c (all signed), 253aZ, 290Z and 295Z, Italy-Triest with A-2b, 4a, A20-e and A-4ab, still on the original cards as supplied, a unique opportunity that is not to be missed, Fine to Very Fine.
Michel €1,700,000 ($2,278,000).
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000.
Realized $3,000.
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Lot 476
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Germany, Powerful Booklet Assortment, 1916-33. Delightful group of thirteen booklets, including eleven complete and unexploded with stamps never hinged: 1916 Germania (Michel MH6A), 1917 Germania (MH9.2A), 1925 Rheinland (MH17), 1925 Nothilfe (MH18.1), 1926 Schiller & Frederick the Great (MH21.2), 1926 Beethoven and Kant (MH22.1), 1926 Nothilfe (MH23.1), 1928 Reich Presidents (MH25.1), 1932 Reich Presidents (MH26.2), 1933 Wagner (MH34.1) & 1933 Wagner (MH34.3). Also 1925 Nothilfe (MH18.3) & 1930 Reich Presidents (MH25.4X) with panes stuck to interleaving pages. Truly a great opportunity to acquire many scarce items, o.g., hinged or never hinged, Very Fine.
Michel €37,000 ($49,580).
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
Realized $3,750.
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Lot 477
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Germany, Mostly Used Specialized Collection, 1872-1930. Mounted in a well-filled Lighthouse album with a wealth of varieties, many better sets & singles (used unless otherwise noted, and Michel numbers used) such as 1872 (1-6 & 7-11), 1872 (12-13, manuscript cancels), 1872 (14-15), 1872 (16-22, 23 & 24-27), followed by 1870s-80s issues with distinctive shade varieties. The 20th section starts with 1900 (65I, 66II & 66IV; latter two with APS certificates), 1902 (80Ba, 80Bb signed Zenker BPP, 81Aa & 81Bb), 1912 Rhein-Main Flight (I-III, mint & IV, used), 1905 (96AIa, used and signed Oechsner BPP & 97AIa, mint), 1916 (95BIIb, 95BIIc, 96BIIa, 97AII & 97BII), 1920 (115b-f), 1920-21 5Pf coil strip of 11 (140cR, signed Infla-Berlin), plus Inflation period virtually complete section, including many signed stamps and some Third Reich Period sets such as 1928 (410-22, mint); Airmail section includes 1926 (378-84), 1928 (423-24, mint), 1930 (438X-39X, each signed Schlegel BPP), plus 1930 cover fragment with 2M & 4M (438X-39X), 1930 IPOSTA (Block 1, mint); Officials section with several sets in the modest range. We also noted some semi-official airmails such as 1912 (4a), 1925 (15-16) & 1930 (18), plus a 1923 registered cover, franked with Braunschweig local stamps. Recommended for the specialist, and loaded with many listed varieties. Well worth taking the time to view, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $3,500.
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Lot 478
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Germany, Booklets, Booklet Panes & Combinations Specialized Collection, 1911-32. Nicely mounted in a Lighthouse album, including a wealth of desirable (mint unless otherwise noted, and listed using Michel numbers) items such as 1911 (W.2.1, W2.2 & W2.4, used), 1912 (W.1.1), 1912 (W4c), 1913 (HB1Iba & H2IaA), 1916 (HB10A), 1916-17 (HB11bA, HB12baA & H13aA, HAN 2), 1919 (HB15aA, 15aB & 15bA), 1919 (HB19aaA & HB20abA), 1919 (H2IIaA & H2IIaB, HAN 6), 1919 Booklet (MH12B), 1920 Booklet (MH13A), 1921 Booklet (MH14.2A), 1921 Booklet(MH15A), 1925 (HB39B), 1925 (HB41B & HB42B), 1930 (HB47B), 1931 Booklet (MH20.1), 1931 (HB48B & HB49B), 1927 Booklet (MH24.1B), 1927 (HB57B, 58BX & 59B), 1931 Booklet (MH30.2), 1932 (HB60B, HB61B & HB62B), 1932 Booklet (MH31). A great opportunity to acquire a substantial collection of this always popular specialty. Needs to be seen to be appreciated, Fine to Very Fine.
Michel €39,000 ($52,260).
Estimate $5,000 - 6,000.
Realized $4,500.
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Lot 479
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Germany, Mint & Used Parallel Collection, 1872-1944. Presented in a three-ring binder, beginning with 1872 Imperial Eagle sets, including 1872 (1-11, used) & 1872 (14, 16-22 & 24-25, used), followed by 19th Century used. Value of the lot concentrated in the 1920-44 period, including many useful sets such as 1926-27 (351-62 x2, mint & used), 1928-32 (366-84 x2, mint & used), followed by a virtually complete section of regular sets issued during the period. The Semipostal section is loaded with valuable (mint unless denoted) sets & souvenir sheets: 1926 (B15-18), 1928 (B23-27 x2, mint & used), 1929 (B28-32 x2, mint & used), 1930 IPOSTA (B33 x2, mint & used), 1933 (B58), 1933 (B49-57, plus perforation varieties), 1934 (B59-67 x2, mint & used), 1935 OSTROPA (B68 x2, mint & used), 1936 Olympic Games (B91-92, incl. thin & thick paper varieties), followed by many other sets & singles. The Airmail section also contains several better sets such as 1926-27 (C27-34 x2, mint & used), 1928-31 (C35-37 x2, mint & used), 1930 (C38-39), 1931 (C40-42), 1933 (C43-45 x2, mint & used) & 1934 (C46-56 x2, mint & used), plus official and franchise stamps. This collection is well worth spending time, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $2,000.
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Lot 480
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Germany, Excellent Booklet Pane Assortment, 1912-28. Group of nine panes, including seven in never hinged condition: 1916-17 Germania (Michel HB13a), 1925 Eagle (HB38B with 2001 Schlegel BPP certificate), 1927 Schiller (HB50B), 1927 Frederick the Great (HB51B), 1928 Ebert (HB58BY) & 1928 Nothilfe (HB64B & 65B). Also 1912 Germania (HB7B, hinge remnants) & 1925 Nothilfe (HB45B1, thin). Recommended for specialist, Fine to Very Fine.
Michel €16,000 ($21,440).
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $1,900.
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Lot 481
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Germany, Used Collection, 1872-1945. Powerful, nearly complete collection in two Lighthouse hingeless albums; regular issues include 1900 5m type II (65A), Semi-Postals lack only the Ten Year souvenir sheet and Airmails are complete; in addition, the back-of-the-book includes many World War II Occupation issues; condition, with a few exceptions in the 1872 Eagles, is just about all clean and Fine to Very Fine. A truly outstanding lot.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $2,000.
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Lot 482
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Germany, Mint and Used Collection, 1872-1945. Fairly complete for the period in a Davo album; earlies include (Fine to Very Fine) mint #26, 28 (signed Pfenninger) and used #8, 14, 25a; the only significant items missing are the 5m Reichpost and the 10-Year souvenir sheet, condition is somewhat mixed, especially on the best items, but is otherwise generally Fine to Very Fine, the mint being just about all lightly hinged.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $1,500.
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Lot 483

Germany, Feldpost and Military Mail, 1913-17. Six picture postcards to Brussels with colorful flag labels & Army Company handstamps, including four with censor oval markings, plus a picture postcard with postage free stamp for soldier's mail tied by Viersen May 26, 1913 postmark, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $100 - 150.
Realized $70.
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Lot 484
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German Colonies, Mostly Mint Collection, 1893-1919. In a three-ring binder with many better fresh sets or part sets such (mint unless denoted) as German Offices in Morocco 1911 (45-57), Cameroun 1897 (1-6), 1900 (7-19) & 1905-18 (20-25), Caroline Islands 1900 (1-6), 1900-10 (7-19) & 1915-19 (21-23), German East Africa 1893 (1-5), 1896 (6-10), 1900 (11-21) & 1905-15 (31-41), German East Africa (Belgian Occupation) 1916 (N17-24), 1922 (N25-29) & 1918 (NB1-9), German New Guinea 1897-99 (1-6), 1901 (7-19) & 1914-19 (20-23), Mariana Islands 1900 (11-16), 1901 (17-29) & 1916-19 (30-31), Samoa 1900 (51-56), 1900 (57-69), 1915 (70-73) & 1914 (108-109), Togo 1897 (1-6) & 1900 (7-18). Definitely an opportunity for all those interested in the German Colonies, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $3,500.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,700.
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Lot 485
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German South West Africa, Mostly Mint Collection, 1897-1919. Mounted on album pages, including several better mint such as 1897 (1-6), 1899 (7-12, plus 3pf x2 distinctive shades), 1900 (13-25) & 1906-19 (26-34), Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $1,036.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $375.
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Lot 486
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German Occupations, World War I & Plebiscites, Collection. Presented in a Lighthouse album, and in mint or used condition, starting with German Occupation of Belgium, including (Michel 23II, 24IIA & 25II mint, plus 25I nicely tied on fragment), German Occupation of France (Ettapengebiet West) (1-10, 11II, 12A & 12Bb, mint), Libau (Latvia) 1919 (6Ba used, and with Schlegel certificate), German Occupation of Poland, including Sosnowice 1916 (5K) and Warsaw locals, German Occupation of Romania, including war tax stamps, Allenstein 1920 (1-14, plus 11b, 12b-c & 13b-c, mint), 1920 (15-28, including. 18a, 25b, 26a & 27b, mint), Marienwerder 1920 (1xB-14xBb, plus 11UMs mint), 1920 (15-20, mint, Estudio 20 certificate) & 1920 (30-43), Upper Silesia interesting with singles, gutter pairs and plate varieties. Great for collectors and dealers alike, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $850.
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Lot 487
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German Occupations, Mint & Used Collection, 1920-57. In a three-ring binder with many desirable sets, starting with Allenstein cover franked with first issue stamps, followed by 1920 (15-28, used), plus cover with stamps depicting "Versailles" Treaty overprint, Danzig section with 1939 (241-54, never hinged), Saar 1921 (85-98, used), 1927-32 (120-35, mint), 1934 (139-54, mint), plus 1926 (B1-4), 1931 (B30-36, mint), 1928-34 (C1-8, mint) & 1922-23 (O1-15, used), Belgian Occupation of Germany 1919-21 (1N1-17, mint), 1920-21 (1N25-41, mint), 1920-21 (1N42-58) & 1920 (1NJ1-10). We also noted Luxembourg issued under German Occupation in the 1940-41 period, Bohemia-Moravia issued under German Protectorate, Memel & Poland (General Government)s, Romania issued under German Occupation in the 1917-18 period, and Serbia under German Occupation issues in WWII. Attractive quality, with much easily saleable material present, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $650.
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