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U.S. and Foreign




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Lot 294

U.S. and Foreign, Postal History Assortment. An interesting holding with value concentrated in the U.S. material, including a late 1850s Nesbitt envelope to Prussia, franked with mixed franking and "TOO LATE" straight-line marking; three 1928 First Flight via Graf Zeppelin covers; 1929 early catapult cover to Germany; 30¢ (228) & 10¢ x2 (226) tied on cover fragment to Germany. We also noted German postcard franked with 2m (C38), addressed NY and transported by the Graf Zeppelin. At first sight it doesn't look too appealing, but on further examination there are several easy-to-sell items throughout, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Unsold
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Lot 295
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U.S. and Foreign, Never Hinged Assortment & Covers. Including U.S. 1925 (617 x9, 618 x14 & 619 x10); United States Offices in China (Shanghai) 1919 (K1-16, NH). We also noted worldwide picture postcards sent in the 1900s-50s period, plus Eritrea 1922 (58-64) & Hong Kong KGV never hinged stamps unchecked in detail. Well worth a careful look, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,600.
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Lot 296

U.S. and Foreign, Philatelic Kitchen Sink, 1840-1950. Everything and anything may be found in this powerful little lot, includes advertising covers, many illustrated, first day covers, Columbian Expo cards, stampless, locals, fancy cancels, Blackjacks, 1869s including a 117 on official business cover to USS Franklin, Hawaii stamps, illustrated ship documents, and much more, hundreds of items waiting to be lotted, a chance to grab some unusual material, don't pass up this winner, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $800.
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Lot 297

U.S. and Foreign, Cover Festival, 1861-2000. Several hundred covers in two medium boxes, better U.S. includes #207 from Shanghai, strip of three #223 from Shanghai, #11 worn plate, railroad cancels Danville & Buffalo, Green River W.T and Saint Albans & Troy, fancy cancels, Hawaii postal cards, picture postcards including real photo and Santas, better foreign includes 1916 Jamaica with bi-plane red cross label tied, 1935 Europa catapult cover, with first flights, naval, censored, first days, and ad covers, mixed condition, a great lot for the collector with time to hunt for the hidden treasures buried amongst the hundreds, viewing will prove useful, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $500.
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Lot 298
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U.S. and Foreign, Great Face Lot. With singles, plate blocks and full sheets, mostly 10¢ and up values, mint set of Prexies, and two volumes of United Nations with flag sheets, will ease your postage costs and give you something to root through, happy hunting, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $425.
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Lot 299
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U.S. and Canada, Mint & Used Collection, 1861-1960. U.S. is presented in five albums and in a envelope, better mint includes 232, 233, 236, 237, 285, 288-289, 294-296, 548-550, 614-616, 617-619, 620-621, C1-C3, Canada in a Scott volume that has used 27, 40, 45, 84, 103, mint has 54, 56, 81, 125-130, C2, E3, a decent beginners collection or break it up for the Internet, o.g., hinged or never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $300.
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Lot 300
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U.S. and Possessions, Delightful Collection, 1847-1960. Housed in four Scott albums, better mint includes 26, 212, 214, 230-240, 285-289, 294-299, 323-327, 328-330, 397-400, 548-550, 614-616, 617-619, 620-621, Kansas Nebraska complete, Prexies with coils complete, Liberty issue, Prominent Americans issue, C1-C6, C18, E1-E3, F1, Q1-Q9, better used has 70, 77, 112-115, 117, 119, 165, 229, useful mint & used Washington Franklins, Shanghai Offices used K1, K2, K10, mint K7, K18, CSA 1 used, third volume has revenues including R113, R124, R146, reds and greens, and the fourth volume has possessions with Canal Zone mint 120-135, C15-C20, Cuba E2, Hawaii mint 31, 32, 35, Philippines 383-396, an intriguing array of desirable material, ready to break down into individual lots, great potential, o.g., hinged or never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Unsold
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Lot 301
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U.S. and Possessions, Stamps & Covers Accumulation. Diverse lot with used postal cards (UX5 x30, UX7 x19; UX8 x3, UX9 x4) and several registry return receipts that deserve your attention. We also noted Canal Zone 120-35; Philippines 340-53, several checks datelined in the 1870s-80s period, and many 11¢ & 13¢ aerogrammes sent to Korea in the 1960s. There is also many different numismatic cards, including a good number with first day cancels. A good lot to hunt through, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $375.
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Lot 302

U.S. and Possessions, Mint Postal Stationery Entires & Cut Squares, includes 22 mint & used entires and 15 cut squares, mint Canal Zone entires U6, used U4, Mint Cuba U2, U8, mint Hawaii entires have U1, U2, U10-U13, UX1, UX3, UX5, UX8, UX9, used U2, Philippines mint UX1, then mint cut squares Philippines U9-U11, U16, U35-U39, and Puerto Rico U1-U2, U11, U14, profitable lot for the internet, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $650.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Realized $250.
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