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Lot 102
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U.S., Monster Mint & Used Dealer Stock. Well over 1000 items, ranging in value from $10 to a top end of about $1000, includes nice BOB and a few Possessions, Used highlights include: 7(2); 9(10); 16; 23; 64; 70; 70a(2); 70c; 71(3); 76(2); 78; 78a; 78b(2); 85; 91; 112-117 (3); 118; 119(3); 121(2); 138; 151; 191; plenty of banknotes many with NYFM cancels; 229, includes a nice range of issues with quality Washington-Franklins with many blocks of four and plate blocks, BOB includes C1(4); C2(10); C18(4); E2(4); J21; J43(2); RW2(2) plus many ducks, Unused includes: 73(3); 112-117; 133; 153; 219D; 233(3); 234(3); 235(2); 240(2); various other commemoratives and a nice range of Washington Franklins including blocks and plate blocks straight through, BOB includes C1(6); C2; C5(2); C6(2); C10A; C18(5); E2(2); E3(2); E4; E5(3); E6; E7(14); E8-9; E12(3); E13(15); F1; J1(4); J3(2); J5-6; J15(4); J20(4); J22(6); J25; J31(9); J55a(2); J57; J60; J66(2); J77a(4); O25; O27; O34; O45; O56(4); O59; O60(30; O93; O122; PR4; PR4a; PR5(2); PR16; PR58SE-62SE; various Qs and JQs, R128; R192a; RW1 plus a big flock of Ducks including States, a few Possessions, overall a powerful and useful lot, packaged and ready for re-sale on the internet, some faults as one could expect, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $160,000+.
Estimate $20,000 - 30,000.
Realized $21,000.
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Lot 103
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U.S., Vast & Diverse Dealer Stock Mint & Used, 1847-1990. Fabulous stock from a well known East Coast dealer, with high lights too numerous to mention but we will give it a go, used includes 1, 2 (x2), 79 (3), 78 (x2), 98 (x3), 113 (x3), 151, 153 (x2), 160, 217 (x3), 291, mint includes 211, 213, 215, 218, 226 (x3), 232 block of four, 236 block of four, 237 (x7), 238 (x10), 239 (x4), 240 (x3), 284, 287 (x5), 289 (x4), 290, 298 (x3), 309, 327 (x7), 330 (x10), 400 (x4), useful Washington Franklins, #630 (x12), plenty of Kansas Nebraskas, later EFO's, C1 (x2), nice runs of Special Deliveries, with other BOB and a few possessions, substantial catalog value likely into six figures, a chance to open your own business or restock at a ridiculously low price, bid early bid often, o.g., hinged or never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Realized $10,500.
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Lot 104
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U.S., Mint & Used Philatelic Phantasia. From the estate of a prominent dealer comes this philatelic conglomeration, thousands of stamps on stock cards and in counter display pages, includes mint material such as 205 (x2), 206 (x4), 210 (x4), 247 imprint and plate number strip of three, dozens Columbians to the 30¢ value, 287 (x2), Nebraska set complete, C18 never hinged, J1 (x4), 16 (x4), used includes glassine of 50 #330, Bank Notes with some better cancels, 293, Kansas set complete, small group of U.S. Pacific Territories, the bad news is that much of the mint has been affected by improper storage, however there is still sufficient sale-able material to more than make up for it, a last minute entry so we did not have time to elucidate lot, you'll need the time for exploration but it will pay off, o.g., hinged or never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $3,750.
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Lot 105
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U.S., Important Used Stock. With most of the value in the 19th and early 20th century. The first page sets the pace from the imperfs values to 10¢ (x2) followed by 1857/61s with various different values to 30¢, including an attractive 5¢ Jefferson with light red barred oval cancel, as well as other values with colored cancels etc. Then the 1861 issues with values through to 90¢ Washington including 9 blackjacks, 4 x 5¢ brown, 7 x 10¢, 3 x 12¢, 3 x 15¢ Lincoln, 3 x 24¢, 3 x 30¢, etc, again including colored cancels. Then the 1869s with 2 x 1¢, 6 x 2¢, 3 x 10¢ as well as 12, 15 and 30¢. Then the National Banknotes definitives with a wider range of material to 90¢ Perry 1870s issues, 2 x 90¢ carmine and 1 x 90¢ purple, through to all the other denominations in varying quantities of the different types including colored cancels, there is distinct possibility of good finds to be made. Then follows the 1890/93 definitives through to the Columbians with 5 x 3¢, 3 x 4¢, 3 x 5¢, 6 x 6¢, 3 x 8¢, 6 x 10¢, 3 x 15¢, 2 x 30¢ and 1 x 50¢. A similar pattern with the Omahas including 2 x 4¢, 4 x 5¢, 3 x 8¢, 5 x 10¢ and the 50¢ green. This leads on to the turn of the century definitives between 1894/1903s, the former with different values through to the $1 (x2) and most other values well represented as well. The turn of the century material similarly laden with good items, including lots of Pan-Ams and Louisiana Purchases in complete series, as well as an abundance of Washington-Franklin heads to high values including good colors on the Franklins etc etc, through to back of the book including good postage dues and various Departmentals. Time and space do not permit further description, other than to mention the quality is far better than normally encountered for those old fashioned stocks, offered intact as received. It is completely uncatalogued, original and clearly the retail potential is colossal. Definitely an opportunity for a dealer, the presentation lends itself to an unhurried viewing, much is hidden.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Realized $3,750.
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Lot 106
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U.S., Mint & Used Philatelic Explosion. Several hundreds of mint and used stamps on stock pages, auction sheets, in glassines and loose, with locals, small group of large and small newspaper stamps, mint White Plains souvenir sheet, used duck lot, O68P4-O70P4 proofs, used #71 (x4), #115 (x10), #117 (x12), #119 (x2), #121, mint C18 (x2), lot of wines, complete unopened roll 1057, and dozens and dozens of classic used U.S., also includes box of modern United Nations material, catalog value easily into five figures, messily presented, but with some TLC it will yield great profits, mixed condition as with any lot this size, plan on spending sufficient time with this one, o.g., hinged or never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $2,200.
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Lot 107
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U.S., Huge Dealer's Reference Holding, 1840-1965. Over one thousand items assembled over many decades, includes some genuine material, with many flat plate coils, BOB overprints, imperf betweens, perforated proofs, private perfs, CSA Postmaster Provisionals, fake grills, locals and carriers, some group of Puerto Principes, individual items such as #142 with fake grill, #16 with frame painted in, in fact just about every dastardly procedure that can be done to a stamp is present, would be absolutely impossible to duplicate, a real eye opener, please appoint sufficient time to enjoy this schooling, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $2,100.
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Lot 108
 
U.S., Mint & Used Stock (Scott 25//BOB). About 250 items, all neatly arranged on dealers cards, ready to hit the road running, Used includes #25; 115(3); 117(2); 151(4); 165(2); 311; 403 block; various others including back-of-the-book and duck #RW2-3, Unused includes #113(2); 157; 205; 219D; 224(3); 230(6); 233(2); 234(3); 235; 237; 272; 296-298; 329(5); 399(2); plus various other 20th Century, C1; E5; E6(2); J3(3); J4; K15; O2; O16; O38; RW6; RW8; RW13 plus others, a smattering of US Possessions, quality is mixed to sound, an internet sellers delight as all is identified and ready to list, Very Good to Very Fine.
Scott $24,000+.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $2,400.
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Lot 109
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U.S., Dealer Stock, 1851-1990. Huge dealer stock of US material, all mounted in fifteen counter books, singles and plate blocks, generally modestly priced material, but includes items such as used 69 & 78, mint 372 plate number & imprint strip of three, 372 block of six with arrow and printer name, 618 (x2), 637, 638, 640, 655, also includes good face value, please inspect, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $900.
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Lot 110

U.S., Vast Souvenir Card Stock. Thousands of souvenir cards from national and regional philatelic and numismatic shows, with beautiful engravings of stamps and currency, you could be king of the souvenir cards with the purchase of this lot, bid early, bid often, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $800.
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Lot 111
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U.S., Vast and Valuable Back-of-the-Book Stock. An excellent lot mint and used messily presented but full of surprises, with airmails, revenues, postage dues, parcel posts, savings stamps, customs fee stamps, official seals, postage dues, special deliveries, special handling, includes mint airmails C10A complete booklet, C18 (x4), plan on spending sufficient time with this one, o.g., hinged or never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 112
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U.S., Airmail & Back-of-the-Book Dealer Stock. Exceptional stock presented in ten counter books and one binder, singles and plate numbers, better includes used #C2 (x37), mint C4, mint C18, used F1 (over 100); mint F1 (2); R163 plate block of ten, private perfs, good possessions with mint Guam #5 (x2), 8, 10, 12, E1, and mint ducks RW10, RW16, plus used officials, excellent chance to stock up, don't miss out, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $650.
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Lot 113

U.S., Substantial Dealer's Stock, 1893-1960s (Scott 230//Q5). Housed in a stockbook of mostly commemoratives and airmails with some definitives and other back of book items, there is considerable duplication especially in later issues with many attractive and useful stamps present, highlights include 238, 239(2), 289(2), 294-299, 327 and more, made to order for the internet seller, most o.g. with many later items never hinged; earlier stamps mostly faulty with later stamps mostly sound, Very Good to Very Fine.
Scott $5,800+.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $650.
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Lot 114
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U.S., Excellent Dealer Stock. Hundreds of stamps in an album and in stock books, useful duplication of 1893-1930 commemoratives, some 19th century definitives, high catalog value, also includes Hawaii and Canal Zone, also includes Hawaii and Canal Zone, excellent opportunity to fill some gaps in your stock inexpensively, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $700.
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Lot 115
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U.S., Massive Matched Mint Plate Block Number Stock. Over ten thousand plate blocks, arranged by Scott number, packed in glassines in over twenty one cigar boxes, with well over 1,200 plate blocks, most range from Prexies to the 1950's, with airmails and BOB, a box or two of blocks of four are also included, 3¢ to 10¢ values, enormous face value present, please plan on sufficient time to properly evaluate this fine lot, Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,500.
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Lot 116
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U.S., Back-of-the-Book Dealer Stock. Hundreds and hundreds of items in a carton, includes revenue reds and greens including mint blocks, officials, excellent Christmas seals with many better, postage dues, state revenues, ducks, newspapers including card proofs, revenues on documents, possessions, locals, telegraphs, and of course plenty of first, second and third issues revenues, a lot that will bring joy and profit to the winning bidder, Good Luck!! Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $650.
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Lot 117
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U.S., Mint & Used Dealer Stock, 1861-1940. Five stock books of mint and used material, with heavy duplication of even better items, includes glassines of 282, 283, 295, loads of special deliveries, postage dues and revenues, one book of seals, revenues and even some philatelic book marks put out by Scott, a couple of Germany sheets, catalog value well in excess of $8,000, a careful inspection should prove extremely rewarding, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $600.
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Lot 118
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U.S., Massive Classic & Revenue Holding. Several hundred stamps on pages, better used includes 70 (x4), 71, 76 (x5), 113 (x6), 115 (x4), 119, loads of Bank Notes, mint includes Famous Americans, 2¢ Reds, special handling, War Savings, postage dues, hundreds of revenues with heavy duplication, parcel posts with heavy duplication, mixed condition, terrific lot for the fly speck hunter, please inspect, you'll love this lot, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $475.
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Lot 119

U.S., Mint NH Airmail Stock. Several hundred stamps in glassines, includes C7 (x50), C8 (x50), C9 (x50), C10 (x50), C11 (x50), C20 (x50), C21 (25), C24 (x20), C31 (x20), fresh, bright never hinged material, a perfect lot to restock with, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $5,000.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $600.
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Lot 120
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U.S., Mint & Used Duck Stock. Meaty collection, comprises of 55+ mint singles, nine plate number blocks, and many used, starts with two RW1 mint NG, and goes to RW59, some condition issues, please make plans to inspect, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $3,466.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $550.
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Lot 121
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U.S., Mint & Used Dealer Stock. Hundreds of mint and used stamps in four albums or stock books, used includes 30, 36, 68, 156-163, 165, 240, 287-290, mint includes 230-232, 234-237, 285-287, nice run of Washington Franklins, Prexies complete, plus postage, mixed condition, set awhile and visit this offering, will need review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $275.
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Lot 122
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U.S., Back-of-the-Book Dealer Stock. Thousands of stamps that includes wines, motor vehicles stamps, Guam Guard Mail, greens and reds galore, state revenues, Philippine postage dues, first through third issue revenues, and used postage dues, a chance to find some real gems, plan on spending some quality time with this one, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $375.
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Lot 123
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U.S., Mint & Used Dealer Stock. Several hundred stamps in two boxes, includes mint plate block collection 1931-1958, 1943-1948 block of four and FDC collection, mint single collection from 1946-1992, mint mostly never hinged coil collection 1923-1954, with some inexpensive used material, excellent opportunity to stock up, please examine, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $275.
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Lot 124
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U.S., Mint Postage & Philatelic Medal Holding. Two boxes packed with stamps, souvenir sheets, coins and medals, with material such as U.S. mint postage in full and part sheets, souvenir sheets and plate blocks, mint & used postal card collection, and all sorts of medals and coins, including copper copies of U.S. stamps, presidential medals, U.S. Numistamps, Lindburgh Commemorative, Cartier produced Fipex medal, and many more, between the face and the medals this should make some bidder extremely happy, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $500.
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Lot 125
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U.S., Mint Holding. Excellent stock that includes plate blocks 641, 642, 698, 701, C24, QE3, mint blocks of four 231, 232, 371, 373, 700, mint singles 327-330, 548-550, 614-616, 617-619, ducks complete RW1-RW29 mint, used or no gum, and tons of postage, a quick review will engage you, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $650.
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Lot 126
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U.S., Back-of-the-Book Mint & Used Grouping. Excellent selection of officials with mint and used Interiors, Post Offices, Treasuries and Wars, possessions include Hawaii, Canal Zone, Cuba, plenty of better sale-able material, sit down and have a look, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $275.
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Lot 127

U.S., Postage Due Accumulation, 1917-78 (Scott J61//J104). Enormous hoard of mint postage dues, with singles, block of four and plate number blocks mostly 1931 and 1959 issues, with better material such as J79 plate blocks (x54 cat value 1080.00), J88 plate block, J100 plate block (x5), J101 plate block (x11), plus block of nine J61, most of what was inspected was never hinged, a great lot to restock with, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $450.
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Lot 128
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U.S., Fancy Cancel and Plate Block Dealer Stock. Intriguing lot includes 275+ fancy cancels with stars, diamonds, ellipses, pinwheels, Maltese crosses, scarabs, colored, letters, numerals and Exposition cancels, and a selection of plate blocks including 482, 688 (x2), 697, 714, 715 (x2), 751 (x49), 893, C7 (2), C8 (x3), C9, C10 (x2), C22, C31, QE1, with loads of Washington Bicentennials, Prexies, 2¢ Reds, and lots of Farley gutter pairs and blocks of four, moisture damage to some, a lot with enormous potential, plan on sitting a spell and sorting this lot out, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $800.
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Lot 129
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U.S., Myriad Dealer Stock. Hundreds and hundreds of stamps in glassines, in albums, in stock books and on auction pages, includes mint and used material, with some better such as Philippines used 219, mint 319-325, 352 mint, used C17, mint E1-E2, U.S. used block of four collection with 573, mint set 632-642, 692-701, plenty of sale able material should garner plenty of bids, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $450.
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Lot 130
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U.S., Better Mint Dealer Stock. Includes Farley side arrow blocks, Prexie EFOs, plate blocks 612, 704-715, National Parks, C7-C9, C10, C16, C18 block of four with plate number, C24, C31, C46, J88-J101, an inexpensive opportunity to stock up on some popular items, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $650.
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Lot 131
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U.S., Dealer Stock, 1850s-1970s (Scott 11//1730). Thousands of used stamps in two shoe boxes, housed in glassines and identified by Scott, including 11, 26, 65, 73, 156 x18, 157 x4, 178 x3, 205, 210 x 48, 215 x3, 231 x127, 250 x96, 264 x52, 274 x4, followed by a large number of Washington-Franklin issues. We also noted airmails, special delivery, registration, postage dues, parcel post stamps and revenues, plus a section of cut squares from envelopes and wrappers. Accompanied by detailed inventory lists., Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $10,000.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $300.
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Lot 132
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U.S., Mint Dealer Stock, 1938-60. Mounted in two large albums and a stock boo, includes singles and plate blocks of Prexies, Famous American four corner blocks of four complete, commemorative plate block collection, and a stock book filled with hundreds of blocks of four and plate blocks from #903-1063, lots of face along with better material, examination encouraged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $400.
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