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Sale 645

Collections, Stocks and Accumulations of the World


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Lot 793
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Worldwide, Classics to Modern Mint Stock, many hundreds of individual items presented for re-sale, includes an excellent section of quality mint Canada, some BNA, Europe, South America, Asia including a selection of useful Macao, a smattering of Great Britain and British Commonwealth, values to the hundreds of dollars each individually, a last minute entry so please have a careful look as we didn't have time to spare on this one, some faults or problems but, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $70,000 + owners.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000.
Realized $4,250.
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Lot 794
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Worldwide, Philatelic Plethora of Treasures. Thousands of mint and used stamps and souvenir sheets in 48 albums or stock books, includes such material as mint never hinged Greenland 1-11, mint Newfoundland blocks of four, China 1269a, FDR collection, Russia 1747b CTO, 1757a CTO, mint and used U.S. with mint 621 (x2), C18, mint U.S. face, Lighthouse hingeless album with a few mint stamps, mint Ryukyus collection, mint U.S. collection with Prexies complete, U.S. mint & used collection with mint Columbians to the 10¢, sheet file of mint U.S. and Canada, mixed condition, messily presented, but the payback potential is enormous, if you can only view one lot make it this one, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $1,600.
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Lot 795
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Worldwide, Philatelic New Issues. Thousands and thousands of stamps, sets and souvenir sheets, includes 55 counter books with modestly priced items, JFK collection with loads of Qatar and Yemen material and plenty of souvenir sheets, complete sheets of Brazil with 612 sheet of six, mint o.g. Saint Vincent #38, Hong Kong 252, Korea 281-282, 373-374A, 395-396, Kuwait 117-119, and plenty of others treasures to be discovered, this is one of those lots where every page, glassine and box holds a surprise, sure to be worthy of an aggressive bid, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $2,200.
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Lot 796
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Worldwide, Misc. Accumulation, 1850-1960. If not the best lot in this sale it is certainly the most interesting, includes full mint sheet France #322, old Schwanebergers album with some better US and German Area, stock book with mint and used Europa and Europe, stock book of mint & used souvenir sheets, stock book of better mint Europe, South West Africa material, a few covers, needs careful thorough inspection, may be a few hidden gems present, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $2,002.
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Lot 797
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Worldwide, Philatelic Prospecting Extravaganza. Grab your pick and shovel, roll up your sleeves and be prepared to be amazed, because with some moderate effort the potential of this holding is enormous, tens of thousands of stamps in envelopes, a fabulous array of material waiting to be unearthed, British Commonwealth, France & Colonies, Australia & New Zealand, Middle East with Dubai, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey, Africa, Asia includes China, PRC, Singapore, Viet Nam, Monaco, San Marino, very little filler in the way of Eastern Europe, with items such as Sudan mint 83 (x3), Germany in China used 51 (x5), Bolivia mint 450 (x15) and Batum mint 44 (x12), while there is used and CTO items most of the value is mint & never hinged with a many blocks of four, some mixed condition as to be expected in a lot this size, a unique opportunity to stock up on better material inexpensively, a thorough viewing is recommended to acquire the true value of this holding, bid early, bid often, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $2,000.
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Lot 798

Worldwide, New Issue Stock, 1967-72. Thousands of stamps and souvenir sheets in sheet files with full and part sheets of Austria, Belgium, Cuba, Cyprus, DDR, France, Greece, Italy, Monaco, Portugal, Ryukus, Scandinavia, Spain, Switzerland, huge face and catalog value present, please set aside enough time to enjoy this stock, Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Unsold
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Lot 799
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Worldwide, Four Corners of the Globe Assortment. Thousands of mostly mint singles, blocks of four and souvenir sheets, on stock pages and in glassines, includes mint & used Tannu Tuva, France, Ireland, Italy, Manchukuo mint 1-18, 19-22, 71-74, 83-100, Scandinavia, a binder stuffed with mint souvenir sheets, and much, much more, the only limit on this lot is the time you can spend digging through it, an outstanding opportunity and a very pleasant lot to view, o.g., hinged or never hinged, Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $2,000.
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Lot 800
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Worldwide, Mint New Issue Stock. Thousands of mint stamps and souvenir sheets in two boxes, includes U.S. Pacific Territories, British Commonwealth with items like Bermuda never hinged 160-161, Philippines, a Disney collection, Korea never hinged 473-477, 544-545, Spain, Monaco 243 sheet of six, 1851 sheet of 25, 2349, Denmark, Greenland, Bhutan, Mexico, loads of Canada face, Indonesia, and Great Britain sets and souvenir booklets, the face value is huge, careful inspection should yield satisfying results, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $700.
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Lot 801
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Worldwide, Dealer Stock. In large amount of glassines, which are housed in ten special boxes, ordered alphabetically, and including many never hinged sets, part sets, singles & souvenir sheets in the modest range and issued in the 20th Century. We noted British Commonwealth, Europe & Latin America material. There is no question that this is a very good lot for internet dealers, Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,200.
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Lot 802
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Assortment. Presented in a stock book and a fair number of dealer's presentation pages, better noted (mint unless otherwise denoted) include Canada 1897-98 (72 x2, 75), 1898-1902 (83) & 1898 (85); Falkland Islands 1883-95 (5); Gold Coast 1889-94 (23 & 25, used), 1900 (35, used); Great Britain 1867-80 (55, used), 1883-84 (105 & 107, used), 1884 (108, used), 1919 (180, used); Labuan 1896 (71); Newfoundland 1894 (29, used), 1887 (51) & 1899 (85); Iran 1950 (935-40, never hinged). United States section includes 158, 210, 213, 298, 68 used, 87 used, 237, 307, 309-10, 338, 328, 381, 457, 616 & 633 plate block, plus 1863 Confederate examples such as 8 & 13 x2. An interesting and worthwhile viewing, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $750.
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Lot 803
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Accumulation. Heterogeneous lot with value concentrated in the Asian material, including Hong Kong three-ring binder with many easy-to-sell used stamps issued in the 19th Century, plus some desirable mint singles such as 1938-48 KGVI (165 & 166); Viet Nam collection on Scott pages, including 1956 (54) with double bars at bottom; Tannu Tuva mint & used sets; Poland 1926 Orlinski flight from Warsaw to Tokyo (Muller 32); Liberia stamps and some specimens; 1934 S.S. Resolute around the world cruise thirty covers and card signed by the Captain. We also noted a Chinese postal card with Russian stamps tied by Mukden (Shenyang) circular datestamps in 1905, plus an abundant amount of glassines that deserve your attention. We didn't check the lot in detail, and there could be many other "finds" throughout, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 804
 
Worldwide, Selection of Proofs, Essays, Trial Colors & Specimens. Unique holding of various countries, includes interesting and valuable single items, some archival, Cuba, France and Area etc., excellent opportunity for re-sale, please have a peek, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $850.
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Lot 805
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Worldwide, Mostly Never Hinged Dealer Stock. Highly recommended holding for the internet seller with several hundreds of mostly never hinged sets issued in the 1960s to 1970s, and in the modest range with many better such as Cape Verde 1938 (234-51, never hinged), China-Taiwan 1954 (1094, no gum as issued), Cyrenaica 1925 (B1-6, never hinged), Gold Coast 1938-41 (115-127, never hinged), Greece 1961 (691-707, never hinged), Jamaica 1938-51 (116-28, never hinged), Kenya-Uganda-Tanganyika 1954-59 (103-117, never hinged), New Zealand 1936-41 (213-16, never hinged), Italy 1935 (C79-83, never hinged), Mozambique 1938 (270-87, never hinged), Poland 1951 (518-20, never hinged), Portuguese Guinea 1938 (233-50, never hinged), Portuguese India 1938 (439-53, never hinged), Reunion 1939 (B5-9 & CB1, never hinged), Somalia 1925 (B5-10, never hinged), Trieste-Zone A 1950 (90-108, never hinged), Trieste-Zone B 1950 (C17 & C17a, never hinged). We also noted a fair number of souvenir sheets in the modest range. To put it simply is a little or no thought lot, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $800.
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Lot 806
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Worldwide, Mostly Never Hinged Modern Issues Accumulation. Including Albania 10q President Ahmed Zogu blocks of six and large multiples with freak perforations in a stock book; Yugoslavia modern issues in a stock book and three-ring binder with some duplication, including sheetlets and blocks of four; Slovenia never hinged dealer's assortment in three binders, including plate blocks of six, blocks of four & singles issued in the 1990s. We also noted three stock books with many saleable items such as Mali UPU 50fr & 60fr deluxe proofs; Paraguay 10g UPU sunken die proof; French Southern Antarctic Territory 1974 150fr imperforate; Monaco 1949 UPU imperforate trial color proofs; Wallis & Futuna 1987 imperforate pair. Well worth allotting time to view.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $750.
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Lot 807
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Worldwide, Philatelic Pandemonium. A lot that will not be duplicated soon, includes Inauguration covers, binder of Valentine Day covers, sports covers, foreign first day covers, Lord of the Ring covers and souvenir folder, mint Brazil blocks of four from 1980's to 1990's, mint Russia, worldwide souvenir folders, binder of lighthouse covers and stamps, worldwide unused postal cards, space covers, postal stationery and stamp, Princess Diana material, binder of antarctic exploration material, and hundreds if not thousands of Russia covers, boxes and fronts, a vast and diverse holding not to be seen again and offered intact as received, this one should be fun, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $600.
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Lot 808
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Worldwide, Mostly Mint Dealer Stock. Mounted in 31 APS retired circuit sales books with many easy-to-sell sets or singles up to $200. Better countries include Australia, France, Ireland & Russia. Highly recommended for the internet seller, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $2,000.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $475.
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Lot 809
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Worldwide, Retired APS 2002 Circuit Books. 27 circuit books, with mint Canada 58, 59, J1-J5, J11-J14, France mint B42-B43, Germany mint, used and postal history, British Commonwealth postal history, Ryukyus including provisionals, used US 115, 116, 117, remaining retail $4,800, worth a good look, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $375.
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Lot 810
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Worldwide, Philatelic Joyride. Thousands of mostly mint stamps and souvenir sheets in glassines, envelopes and in a stockbook, better includes never hinged Russia in small stock book, excellent Philippines with US administration, coin stamps from various countries, Denmark, Bhutan, British Commonwealth, with many Gen MacArthur & FDR stamps, much of the material is never hinged so inspection is strongly encouraged, huge potential present, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $325.
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Lot 811
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Accumulation. Including Australia collection in a Lighthouse hingeless album with 1966-82 issues, plus some Cocos (Keeling) Islands examples, British Pacific sets issued in the 1981-82 period, and mounted in a nice Lindner hingeless album, Montserrat 1985 imperforate progressive proofs in blocks of four (588-91), People's Republic of China used easy-to sell sets in a stock book, including several topical issues: animals, flowers and sports, and some Mao stamps. We also noted German Area unchecked glassines, Worldwide sheets and large multiples in a mint sheet file, plus some glassines with modern souvenir sheets, Liechtenstein first day covers. A sitting duck, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $325.
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Lot 812
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Worldwide, Used Accumulation. Thousands upon thousands of used stamps in glassines, including "A" to "U" countries, and ideal for packet's maker, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $375.
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Lot 813
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Worldwide, Balance of the Philatelic Universe. A few thousand stamps and covers residing in thirty binders, most appears to be of modest value, there is nice coverage of Portugal and Colonies, Aland & Faroe Islands, Israel in three binders, a binder of souvenir sheets, and much more than we have the time to investigate, some mixed condition but there is sure to be some gems hidden away, please review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $550.
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Lot 814
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Worldwide, Dumpster Diving, 1850-1940. Thousands of stamps and souvenir sheets in stock books and glassines, albums and sheet files, some better includes mint Brazil C76a, Mongolia 62-71, Russia C20, C22, France B213-B217 blocks of four, nice mint and used French Colonies, enormous potential for the intrepid bidder, highly useful for the collector or trader, o.g., hinged or never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $600.
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Lot 815
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Worldwide, Reference Mint & Used Assortment. In a stock book and three-ring binder, including Albania 1913 2pi with forged overprint and accompanied with Sismondo signed warning; Bangkok 24¢ forged overprint with RPS certificate; Bermuda 1874 3d on 1d forged surcharge with RPS certificate; Croatia 1944 two Legion sheets; Hungary 1919 occupation issues; Germany 1948 stamps for use in the U.S. & British Zones with type "a" & "b" overprints, including a few authentic but mostly signed by the well-known expert Schlegel as forgeries; Great Britain three QV stamps with forged official overprints, and accompanied with BPA certificates; United States 1910 2¢ Washington forged coil pair with PSE certificate; Transvaal booklet with reprints in chronological order; Switzerland 1918 officials with forged overprints, and intended for the Federal Department of Economic Affairs, and accompanied with Zumstein certificate. We also noted a genuine polar bear sheet for the use of the French Forces on the Eastern Front during WWII, plus many other forged sets & singles. If interested in this kind of material, please take a look.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $700.
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Lot 816
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Worldwide, Melange. Small but powerful group of worldwide, better includes used Great Britain #1 (x3), 124, 142, Hong Kong #52, mint Hungary B202, mint New South Wales B1-B2, mixed condition, an easy decision, with great potential, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $700.
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Lot 817
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Worldwide, Diverse Mint & Used Accumulation. We noted British Commonwealth & European sets & singles, plus Russia (1260 x100, never hinged) (1652 & 1654a x95, never hinged); Thurn & Taxis 3d (20, used block of four accompanied with 1980 Slavomir Kaiser certificate); Poland 1948 (C26Cd, souvenir sheet); Switzerland folder with useful semipostal & airmail sets, plus three Mint Sheet files with modern Australia sheets. Also Chile 1904 registered postal envelope from Valparaiso to Santiago and Australia 1954 aerogramme to England. An unusual mixture of stuff, well worth allotting time to check out, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $650.
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Lot 818
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Worldwide, Philatelic Caboose. Two boxes stuffed with all things philatelic, includes loads of U.S. mint postage, mint Hong Kong, three albums moderately filled with mostly lower priced material, loads of used worldwide, India court fee stamps, worldwide chrome picture postcards, this is one of those lots that every box and envelope needs to be examined, a great way to spend a cold New England weekend, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $475.
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Lot 819
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Worldwide, Interesting Assortment. About 150 stamps and a few covers arranged on stocksheets; nice range of unusual material including Specimens, inverted centers, a nice group of 19th century Spanish forgeries, Costa Rica inverted overprints, Finland serpentine roulettes, etc., etc. Mixed condition, but much is Fine to Very Fine. High catalog value and definitely worth a look.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $500.
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Lot 820
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Worldwide, Accumulation. We noticed two International albums with singles & sets in the modest range, plus a fair number of Scott album pages with worldwide stamps, including some U.S. classics. We also noted a couple of stock books filled with unused or used cut squares, and 1981 United Nations cards. View in order to appreciate its potential, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $275.
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Lot 821
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Worldwide, Massive Mint & Used Dealer Stock. Thousands upon thousands of glassines with stamps in the modest range, requiring work in order to fully see what is here. We noted British Commonwealth & European material. Unchecked in detail, and general condition appears to run fine to very fine. Well worth checking at our modest estimate.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $400.
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Lot 822
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Worldwide, Hodge-Podge Accumulation. Diverse holding recommended for the dealer, and with many saleable items such as railroad topical stamps in glassines; retired APS circuit books with modern British Commonwealth, Japan and space topical stamps; Hungary picture postcards sent To Stamford, CT in the 1960s; U.S. first day covers issued in the 1960s; a fair number of picture postcards sent to Stamford, CT in the 1940s-60s period; People's Republic of China 1981 (1654-59), 1981 (1679-84), 1981 (1703-08), 1981-82 (1761, souvenir sheet) & 1981 (1711-15); Scott Minuteman album with commemoratives issued in the 1981-95 period. A sweet deal for the dealer, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $325.
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Lot 823
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Accumulation. Three-ring binders and albums with sets, part sets & singles in the modest range, including British Commonwealth revenues, plus many envelopes bulging with unchecked stamps. Condition mixed but worth a look, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $250.
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Lot 824
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Accumulation. Diverse holding with many saleable sets such as Austria 1922 (B50-56), Germany 1936 (B93-101, never hinged), Ireland 1922 overprint leaders (Hibernian TL4 & TL12), 1923 overprint coil end (TE16), 1937 (Scott 97-98; Hibernian D14-15, never hinged), 1944 (128-29, gutter pairs), 1944 (128a, booklet pane of six & 129var block of four with watermark sideways), Italy 1933 (310-14 & CB1-2) & Netherlands 1956 (B291-95, never hinged). We also noted a fair number of covers, including China three first day covers issued in the 1947-48 period, Great Britain four 1935 KGV first day covers, WWII censored covers to the U.S., plus several Japan issued in the 1967-72 period. Highly recommended for the internet seller, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $375.
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Lot 825
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Worldwide, Dealer Stock Fun Lot. Hundreds of covers, souvenir cards, souvenir sheets, in two large cartons, includes US and foreign FDC's, a very nice space related cover collection, some Canadian face, the time spent viewing this lot will be well spent, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $350.
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Lot 826
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Worldwide, Mish-Mash Accumulation. Diverse lot received from a consignor with a "must sell" instruction, and offering a good opportunity for an internet dealer, including U.S. commemorative panels & first day covers, United Nations stamps, Channel Islands first day covers, New Zealand modern issues, plus some covers sent from Bahrain to CT. We also noted some U.S. first flight covers. We did not have the time to check this lot in detail, so here is the opportunity you have been waiting for, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $325.
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Lot 827
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Worldwide, Philatelic Fandango. A bit of everything philatelic in eight albums/sheet files and loose, includes sheet file with US face and foreign aerograms, couple of albums of US first day covers with some better cachets, albums of foreign postal cards and first day covers, a Scott International album with scattered stamps, a lot of bang for the buck, please examine, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $300.
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Lot 828
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Accumulation. Diverse lot including a large amount of unchecked stamps in glassine envelopes, including Ecuador, European countries & U.S. cut-squares. We also noted a United Nations collection in a three-ring binder and about U$170 face value ready to be used as postage, plus some worldwide covers and a special binder with famous explorers panels issued by the Postal Commemorative Society. A true mish mash of material. Needless to say, viewing recommended, as this is sold as is, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $225.
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Lot 829
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Assortment. In small stock book, including Italy, Monaco, Peru, San Marino & Sweden sets, part sets & singles. Recommended for dealer.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Unsold
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Lot 830
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Worldwide, Heavy Mixture. Approximately 40 pounds of stamps on and off paper, in envelopes and glassines, includes U.S., Spain, Great Britain & British Commonwealth, China, France, Norway, with commemoratives, airmails, special deliveries, should help while away a few days, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $300.
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Lot 831
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Worldwide, Miscellany. Two boxes filled with everything and anything philatelic, stamps, souvenir sheets, covers, complete used sheets, packets… well you get the idea, take a seat and peruse this lot to see what hidden gems may be present, o.g., hinged or never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $300.
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Lot 832
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Accumulation. Diverse lot with Sweden collection in a three-ring binder, including singles or sets issued in the 1858-1989 period, plus Swedish album with 1920-52 coil stamps. We also noted German Colonies "Kaiser Yacht" reprint die proofs, and a fair number of India modern first day covers. Worth a look at our estimate, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $150.
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Lot 833

Worldwide, Assortment of Sheets & Multiples. Including Cyrenaica 1950 (65; sheet of 100), Grenada, Grenadines Disney stamps in sheets, New Caledonia 1976 (413-14; sheets of 25), Niue 1967 Christmas 2½¢ sheets, Iceland 1944 (241; four sheets), plus several unchecked in detail. Recommended holding for topical collector or packet maker, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Realized $150.
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Lot 834
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Worldwide, Miscellaneous Group of Mostly Mint Thematic Sets. Plus a few hundred mostly used other items, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Realized $150.
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Lot 835
Worldwide, Philatelic Supply House in One Lot. packed in nineteen cartons and two mailers, this lot could start any dealer off in supplies, with albums, pages, supplements, mounts, even some coins folders, enormous weight but also enormous value, at our low estimate should provide great potential, a gold mine for the eBay dealer, please examine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $900.
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