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Lot 141

U.S., Valuable Mint Stock, 1883-1956. From a fresh source that has been parked for the past 30 years, quantities from a few to many and arranged by face type, 210(4); 219(7); 220(2); 224-5(40: 230-40(2 plus extra values); Small Bureaus unchecked for watermarks: 1¢(9); 2¢(26 including better types); 3¢(14); 4¢(9); 5¢(5); 8¢(4); 10¢(5); 15¢(12 with never hinged and nicer than normal); 279(5); 280b(6); 281(3); 282(6); 282C (6); 279B; 285-90 (2 plus extras); 294-99 (2 plus extras); 300-8; 300-1(5); 303-4(5); 306(4); 307(5); 308(5); 319(8); 319 booklet pane; 324-6; 328-30(2); 397-400; 401-3; Perf 12 Washington Franklins (unchecked for watermark) 1¢(12); 2¢(15); 3¢(6); 4¢(26); 5¢(6); 6¢(5); 8¢(3); 13¢(6); 15¢(6); Perf 10's (unchecked for watermarks): 2¢(14); 3¢(6); 4¢(6); 5¢(6); 6¢(12); 7¢(5); 8¢(12); 9¢(6); 11¢(12); 12¢(12); 15¢(6); 30¢(1); 5c error #467 in pair; Perf 11's 3¢(13); 4¢(13); 5¢(15); 6¢(10); 7¢(8); 8¢(9); 9¢(8); 10¢(18); 11¢(7); 12c(5); 13¢(6); 15¢; 20¢(6); 30¢(6); offsets including (32) of the 2¢ perfed; 537(10); 548-50(8); 551-71(2); 614-6(8); 617-9(7); 658-79(4); 692-701(4); 1053 (16); C3(6 plus two blocks of 4); C10a(2); C7-9(5); C20-22(5); E3(4); E5(3); E6/8(3); E7(6); E11(6); E13-4(6); F1(4); Q6(6)JQ1-5(2). Many of these are the commercial very good to fine, but there are some that are fine to very fine and even some nice very fine or better, ranging from no gum to never hinged, with quite a few in the latter, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to acquire an intact cherry lot that will lend itself to internet sales or retail at a very profitable basis. Neatly organized and if you spend some time viewing it will be well rewarded as the little gems abounding will be a pleasant surprise.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Realized $15,000.
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Lot 142
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U.S., Premium Mint & Used Dealer Stock, 1861-1950. Thousands of stamps in stock books, better includes hundreds of Bank Notes offered intact and unsearched, hundreds of Washington Franklins, stock book of possessions with mint Offices in China K5, K8, K12, Canal Zone, Cuba with #225 with "Cupa" and with "Cuba" at bottom, J1, Guam #7, Hawaii #34 block of six, 72, R3 block of four, two stock books of checks with revenues, many illustrated, R145 pair, collection of telegraph stamps, stock book of small bureaus, stock book of used postage dues and revenues in multiples, a cornucopia of philatelic bliss, be sure to stop by and view this holding, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $1,500.
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Lot 143
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U.S., Massive Dealers Stock. In 13 file drawers and boxes, mainly in glassines, all neatly organized by Scott number, including singles, blocks, plate blocks and postal stationery, the vast majority unused with many never hinged. No rarities, just a great range of collectible stamps. Generally clean, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Unsold
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Lot 144
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U.S., Remarkable Revenue & Back-of-the-Book Stock. Extensive and valuable revenue stock of a few thousand stamps in glassines, includes first, second and third series with multiples, beer stamps, state revenues, tax paids, telegraph stamps and panes, wines, ducks with used RW1 & RW2 (x2), reds & greens, mint & used Battleships and stock transfers, offered intact and unsearched, enormous catalog value, condition as to be expected, viewing of this profitable quality stock will certainly prove worthwhile, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,700.
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Lot 145
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U.S., Alluring Mint & Used Stock, 1851-1990. Hundreds of stamps in four counter books, includes used 9, 12, 29 pair on piece, 31, 35 on piece, 36, 37 (x2), 69, 71 (x4), 77 (x2), 90 (x2), 97, 115 (x3), 116 (x6), 117 (x2), 119 (x2), 153 (x3), 166, 260, match and medicines, mint with 73 with "Specimen" overprint, 189 (x2), 209, 212, 214, 221, 223, 224, 225 (x2), 228, 236 (x4), 237 (x2), 258, 271, 273 block of four, 284, 358 block of four, K4, K7, K17, Q8, possessions, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,800.
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Lot 146
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U.S., Mint & Used Sprawling Stock, 1893-1950. Neatly organized in six stockbooks and with quantities ranging from a few to bulging, strongest with the start of the Columbians (includes 16 #236 plus) and continues on through the rest of the commemoratives to the 2¢ reds and 3¢ purples, both mint and used included and organized, even a book of airmails, then stock cards that need to fill in, some nice value here as well, there is tremendous potential and this is conservatively valued, what we examined was fine to very fine or better, inspection invited.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 147
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U.S., Mint & Used Dealer Stock, 1888-2000. Several hundred stamps and blocks in nine stock books, with mint 213 (x3), 234, 235, 238, Washington Franklins with many in blocks of four and larger, K12, Q11, stock book of used Bureaus, and lots of mint 2¢ reds and 3¢ purples, back-of-the-book, a lot that will definitely help your bottom line, this lot should be inspected to appreciate why it is not just another pretty face, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $800.
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Lot 148
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U.S., Mint & Used Duck Dealer Stock. In presentation cards with Scott numbers, including many better (mint unless denoted) such as RW4, RW7 x5; RW9 x2, RW11-12, RW13 x3, RW17, RW27, RW34. We also noted the following used examples: RW5 x5, RW7 x2, RW8 x4, RW10 x3, RW11 x4, RW12 x2, RW13 x4, plus many other examples that deserve your attention. Viewing urged for full appreciation of the material included, as well as the overall potential afforded, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $6,500.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $850.
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Lot 149
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U.S., Used Dealer Stock, 1861-1950. Thousands of stamps sorted and arranged in envelopes, offered intact as received, includes hundreds of Bank Notes, small Bureaus, Columbians, used blocks, Washington Franklins with some perfins, back-of-the-book, unchecked for cancels or varieties, some condition and moisture issues, a perfect lot to while away a couple of weekends, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Unsold
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Lot 150
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U.S., Marvelous Mint & Used Dealer Stock, 1851-1960. Several hundred stamps in glassines, with better used including 9, 17, 30A, 69, 71, 77 (x2), 100, 112 (x2), 116, 119 (x4), 121, 138, 330 (x5), O72-O82, mint includes 124 (no gum), 591 plate block, 803-834, C2, a dynamic array of premium material, very few condition issues, with some very attractive examples present, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $800.
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Lot 151
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U.S., Useful Mint & Used Dealer Stock, 1861-1960. Excellent stock with many highlights, includes mint C1 (x3), 834 block of four (x2), C4 (x3), plate blocks C7-C9 plus extra C7 (x4) and C8 (x2), C10A pane (x2) one with small separation, plate blocks C12, C31 (x2), C21 (x2), C22, C46 (x4), J85, J86 (x2), first day covers C25-C31, C24, plus ungummed U.S. face, better U.S. singles, Christmas Seal collection, baseball card inserts, ephemera, plenty of sale able material that will stand alone as lots, inspection is advised, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $400.
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Lot 152
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U.S., Dealer Stock on Auction Sheets. A few hundred stamps and cut squares on auction sheets, with used E1 (x2), E2, E3 (x 16), 649 plate block, 723 line pair (x2), EFO's, 554 plate block, 899b, 900a, 901a, back-of-the-book and cut squares, mixed condition, some of the material has suffered water damage, please carefully examine, an impressive lot at this price, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $350.
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Lot 153
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U.S., Special Delivery & Parcel Post Stock. Several hundred stamps in glassines, moderate duplication, catalogs in the thousands of dollars, an excellent lot for the internet dealer, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $300.
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Lot 154
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U.S., Colossal Used Coil Stock. Thousands of used coils, singles, pairs and strips in glassines, heavy duplication, includes private perfs, the perfect lot for the coil specialist, should be viewed, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $160.
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Lot 155
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U.S., Mint Used 19th Century Stock, 1851-1888. 200+ stamps in a counter book, wonderful lot with better used that includes 11 (x7), 15 (x2), 24 (x7), 35 (x2), 69 (x2), 73 (x10), 76 (x2), 77 (x3), 115 (x3), 117 (x3), 148 (x6), mint includes 210 (x3), 213 (x3), 222, 224, 225, 231 block of six, useful and desirable, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $325.
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Lot 156
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U.S., Back Up Revenue Stock. A few thousand revenues in envelopes, includes hundreds of Springer listed surplus food order stamps, some in panes of four, state revenues, tax paid cigarette and tobacco stamps, stock transfers, huge retail potential, please inspect, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $550.
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Lot 157
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U.S., Mostly Mint Stock, 1861-1980. On display cards that includes 230, 231 (x2), 307, 397, 398 (x7), 515, 569, 584, 616, 704-715 blocks of four, plus a small group of revenues, bright fresh lot, a nice addition to a internet dealers' stock, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $180.
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