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Errors, Freaks and Oddities




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Lot 64
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U.S., Mint & Used EFO's, 1938-85. Delightful group of a few hundred stamps in a stock book, contains mint items such as 805b, 901a, 1058a with pair, strip of four, strip of six, line pair, line strip of four and used strip of four, 1229b, 1305b pair, strip of four, line pair and line strip of four, 1305Eg line pair, line strip of four, line strip of six, 1338G spliced strip of six, 1518c joint line pair, 1520b joint line pair, 1579a, 1596 imperf pair and block of four, 1597 imperf pair and block of four, 1617 spliced pair, 1735 imperf pair and margin inscription block of four, 1811a, 1813b, 1816b, 1820a used pair, 1904a, 1906b, 1907a, 1908a strip of six, 2111 imperf block of four, C82a (x2), C83a joint line pair, there won't be many more opportunities to pick up this depth and breadth of material again soon, Very Fine.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $2,800.
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Lot 65

U.S., Errors, Freaks & Oddities. Collection of about 275-300 mostly different on stock sheets; just about all are perf shifts, with the amount of displacement varying from 10% to 50%, most being somewhere in between; an excellent assortment of commemoratives & regular issues from Washington-Franklins through the 1980s with many very striking shifts, including a few blocks of 4. An outstanding lot.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $1,700.
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Lot 66

U.S., EFO's & Test Stamp Lot, 1938-91. Intriguing lot for the EFO specialist, includes two misperfed 807a booklet panes, various misperfed coils, overinked 2¢ Washingtons, 10¢ Monroe with full gutter snipe, 3¢ Washington blocks of four with double impressions, and 1618c strip of four (cat value 67.50), 2280b partial coil of 18 (cat value 450.00), 2523c 134 pairs (cat value 2,680.00), and three 2561a black engraving omitted (cat value 120.00), a nice little group that should repay your efforts quickly, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $3,500+.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $425.
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Lot 67

U.S., EFO Dealer Stock. 70+ items on dealer pages, includes mis-perfs, misregistrations, inking errors, a couple of revenues with pre-printing folds, imperfs, and test material, a steal at our low estimate, inspection is suggested, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $425.
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Lot 68

U.S., Errors, Freaks & Oddities, 1930s-80s. Selection of 18 different on small dealer pages; comprises miscuts, misperfs and misprints including overinking, complete offsets and plate numbers entirely on stamps (seven pieces have plate numbers); fifteen pieces are multiples that would yield more than one freak; all o.g., Fine to Very Fine (mostly LH). A great lot.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $400.
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Lot 69

U.S., Perf Freaks, 1960s-80s. Selection of 22 items, singles to coil strips, mostly shifted vertical perforations, slightly off to major shifts; all mint never hinged except one used., o.g., never hinged.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $170.
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