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Sale 664

Collections, Stocks and Accumulations of the World


British Commonwealth




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Lot 333
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Australian States: New South Wales, Used Assortment, 1850s-1900s. On stock cards with many useful stamps such as 2, 5, 6x2, 9, 13, 16x2, 17b, 18, 23, 24 x5, 25 x2, 27 x3, 28-31, 39, 41-42 x2, 61-68 & 76. Unchecked-in-detail, and ideal for the plate student or specialist, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $325.
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Lot 334
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Australia & States plus New Zealand, Attractive Collection, 1850-1940. On older pages, many very useful singles & sets, ideal for specialist collector, also includes several other Pacific rim countries, break 'er up and see the potential rise, close inspection will prove most rewarding, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $850.
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Lot 335
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Bermuda, Specimen Stamp Collection, 1902-40. In Palo hingeless pages, comprising the following with specimen overprints: 1906-10 (31-39), 1910-13 (40-48), 1920-21 (55-60 & 67-69), 1921 (71-79), plus some sets or part sets with specimen perfins: 1935 (105-14), 1937 (115-17) & 1938-40 (118-20, 121 & 122), Very Fine.
SG £2,875 ($4,820).
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $800.
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Lot 336
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Bermuda, King George V Key Plates Specialized, 1918-32. Small mostly mint collection of various printings comprising 2s (6), 2s6d (14), 4s (1, SG 52b used), 5s (4) & 10s (2, SG 92 LH, 92g used); includes no plate varieties; few slight flaws but otherwise nearly all Fine to Very Fine.
SG £3,250 ($5,440).
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $425.
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Lot 337

Biafra, Mint Collection, 1968-69. In Palo hingeless pages, including 1968 (4-16), plus several sets in the modest range and some souvenir sheets such as 1969 (26 & 31), Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Unsold
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Lot 338
 
Burma, Postal History Accumulation, 1870s-1940s. Twenty nine covers sent in the 1877-1946 period and mostly sent to India, including twenty postal envelopes with Rangoon (Yangon) postmarks and six covers with Burma stamps tied on reverse by 1941-46 postmarks. We also noted fourteen bank checks with India stamps issued in the early 1900s that deserve your attention, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Unsold
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Lot 339
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Canada, Dealer's Stock of the 1911-25 "Admiral" Issue. Three counter book containing about 175 mint items, including coils, surcharges, imperfs and War Tax; a few highlights include (NH unless noted) 2¢ green booklet pane of 6 (2 LH), 3¢ brown lathework block of 8, 4¢ olive bister (7), 5¢ indigo VF, 7¢ red brown 40% lathework block of six, 8¢ blue plate block of 6 (Fine), 10¢ plum (5) and the following blocks of 4: 5¢ violet, 7¢ yellow ocher, 7¢ red brown (4), 10¢ blue and $1 (2). The coils include many strips & paste-ups as well as 1¢ green Toronto Experimental coil pair & strip of 4; also included are a 2¢ on 3¢ die II (139c, LH), MR3a (5, 2 LH), MR4b (without gum as issued), MR6 and MR7a (2 LH pairs). Condition is virtually all Very Fine or better including numerous Gems scattered throughout. Marked retail prices total well over $43,000.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Realized $11,000.
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Lot 340
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Canada, Dealer's Stock of Large Queens, 1868-76. Two counter books containing 63 items including (mint unless noted) 1¢ yellow #23i (1st printing) unused, 3¢ red #25 (2 with Greene Foundation certificates), 5¢ olive green #26iv on cover to Scotland, 6¢ dark brown #27 unused, 12½¢ blue plate proof #28P, 15¢ deep blue #30e (2) and 3¢ laid paper #33 used; condition is somewhat mixed on this one. Marked retail prices total $26,850.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000.
Realized $6,000.
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Lot 341

Canada, Dealer's Stock of the 1898 Xmas through 1908 Quebec Tercentenary Issues. One counter book containing 44 items including (mint unless noted) 1898 Xmas (4 NH); 1899 2¢ on 3¢ Numeral narrow spacing strip of 3 (88i) NH; 1903-08 Edward VII 1¢ (5 NH), 2¢ booklet pane with reinforced separation, 5¢ (1), 7¢ (2 NH), 10¢ (1 NH); and Quebec Tercentenary ½¢, 1¢ & 2¢ (2 each NH), 5¢ used block of 4, 7¢ (1 NH), 15¢ (1) and 20¢ (2, one NH). Marked retail prices total about $12,500.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Realized $3,000.
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Lot 342

Canada, Dealer's Stock of 1927-91 Issues. Two counter books containing about 90 items including mint NH 1928-29 12¢ Quebec Bridge (156) plate block of 6, 1930-31 & 1933 Coils (178-183, 205-207) strips of 4, 1933 Grain Conference broken "X" in block of 4 and strip of 3, 1938 High Values (241-245), 1942-43 War Effort (6), 1946 Peace (5 plus a set of blocks of 4). Also numerous coils, booklet panes, plate varieties and XF Gems scattered throughout. Marked retail prices total well over $14,000. A terrific lot.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Realized $2,800.
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Lot 343

Canada, Dealer's Stock of 1870-97 Small Queens. Two counter books containing about 55 items including (mint NH unless noted) ½¢ black (4), a 1¢ yellow (9 plus used on an illustrated advertising card), 2¢ green (2), 3¢ copper red #37b, unused, without gum, Greene Foundation certificate), 3¢ red perf 11½x12 #37e with Greene Foundation certificate, and much more including many "jumbos", both mint and used, and a few nice covers. Marked retail prices total about $15,000.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Realized $3,000.
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Lot 344

Canada, 1¢ 1898 Imperial Penny Postage, 110 plated singles (Scott 85-86). 100 different positions with 10 duplicates, all but five of which are mounted, one stamp to a page, below a corresponding diagram from Whitney L. Bradley's The Canadian Map Stamp of 1898 - A Plating Study; all are o.g. and about 75% are never hinged. Scott value, counting all as blue (though there is a wide range of shades) and 80 as never hinged, is $7,600. A marvelous lot.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Unsold
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Lot 345
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Canada, Choice Mint Collection, 1897-1960. A few hundred in glassines and identified, with better mint including 60, 72, 100, 131-134, 135, 136 pair, 160-161, 178-183, 195-201, 203 (x8), 217-227, 241-245, 249-262, C4 (x7), E1, E3 (x5), with some useful duplication, there are many NH so close inspection is suggested, loaded with value, the opportunities abound, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $10,000+.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $900.
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Lot 346

Canada, Selection of 16 Better Covers, 1822-97. One stampless, one 1¢ 1859, two Large Queens, and the rest Small Queens; an excellent variety of usages, mostly clean and F-VF, all in sleeves with write-ups and retail prices totaling nearly $6,000.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 347
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Canada, Mint & Used Collection, 1859-1988. In Scott album, starting with some earlies, including several unchecked in detail QV examples, followed by many better singles, part sets & sets (mint unless denoted) such as 1893 (46-47, used), 1897 (50-60), 1897-98 (70-72), 1898 (79), 1898 (85-86), 1908 (96-103), 1912-25 Admiral (104-105, 110-118 & 120), 1915-24 (131-34, NH), 1918-29 (149-59, including $1 NH), 1930-31 (178-83, NH), 1932-35 (195-201), 1935 (217-27), followed by many other sets, including airmails and special delivery stamps. We also noted some postage dues and officials that deserve your attention. Desirable lot, worth a look, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $900.
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Lot 348
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Canada, Dealer's Stock of 1852-58 Pence and 1859 "Cents" Issues. 17 items on dealer pages including (all used) 1852 - 3d Beaver #4d (4 VF copies), 1859 - 5¢ Beaver #15 (3, one with large pre-printing paper fold, one on cover); an attractive nicely executed fake of a 5¢ bisect #15b used with 10¢ on 1866 cover front to Ireland with 1960 P.F. certificate; a 10¢ violet #17vii (unused, small part o.g.) with "captured" imprint; a 10¢ red lilac #17c, "imperf" single with lower left corner sheet margin (no margin top or right), 12½¢ green #18 and 2¢ rose #20. Marked retail prices total $5,100 which includes $475 for the "bisect".
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,200.
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Lot 349
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Canada, Dealer's Stock of the 1897 Victoria Jubilee Issue. 22 items on dealer pages comprising ½¢ (2 used), 1¢ (2 NH), 2¢ (1 NH) 3¢ (2 NH, 1 used), 5¢ (3 NH, 1 regummed), 6¢ (1), 10¢ (1), 20¢ (2 used, 1 with small thin, the other a dubious cancel), 50¢ (one used), $1 (3 o.g.), and a $4 Tapling Museum reproduction "die proof". Marked retail prices total $5,295.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,500.
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Lot 350
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Canada, Dealer's Stock of the 1897-1902 "Maple Leaf" & "Numeral" Issues. One counter book containing 22 items including (mint NH unless noted) Maple Leafs ½¢ & 2¢ (1 each) & 6¢ (2), 8¢ (1, plus a used Jumbo), and Numerals ½¢ & 1¢ (2 each), 2¢ purple (3 plus 1 LH), 2¢ carmine (1 plus an LH booklet pane with slight stains and a used "imperf" single), 6¢ (LH), 7¢ (used block of 4), 10¢ (used block of 4) and two complete used sets. Marked retail prices total $6,300.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Unsold
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Lot 351
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Canada, Mint & Used Collection, 1897-1965, mounted on White Ace pages in two binders, mint includes 50, 53-56, 67-68, 71, 74-75, 81, 87-88, 141-145, 149-158, 203, 217-227, 241-245, 249-262, 268-273, 302, C1-C9, E1-E10, J1-J5, J6-J10, J11-J14, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $4,500.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $500.
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Lot 352

Canada, Choice Postal History Holding, 1870-1950. Excellent selection with many premium items, includes items such as 37 on allover ad on reverse, 36 & 37 on registered cover, E1 (x2) and 108 on cover to NYC, multicolored allover ad cover for King Edward Hotel, and two 37 and pair 34 on 2¢ postal envelope to Wisconsin, a few condition issues as to be expected, a lot that will please any BNA collector or dealer, Fine to Very Fine.
2,700 retail (Owner's).
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $500.
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Lot 353
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Canada, Collector's Balance Selection. Nice mint lot includes 34-36, 41-46, E1, 70, 120, 121, and an excellent group of coils, tremendous opportunity to restock, some trivial faults, be sure to come down and check this one out, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $3,200.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Unsold
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Lot 354
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Canada, Used Dealer Stock. Mounted in a large number of presentation cards, including desirable19th century stamps such as 1888-97 (41i, deep rose carmine). We also noted several useful sets, blocks of four and singles such as 1926 (140, block of four), 1929 (158), 1932 (195-201, blocks of four), 1933 (203, block of four), 1935 (211-16, blocks of four), plus some airmails, registration stamps and postage dues and perfin officials. Good retail material, inspection advised, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $300.
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Lot 355
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Canada, Small Queen Accumulation, 1870-89. Approximately 500 stamps, mostly used with a few mint no gum or mint hinged, Scott numbers range from 25//75, unchecked for shades, varieties or cancels, a holding with enormous potential, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $1,300.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $140.
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Lot 356

Canada, Postal History Lot. Intriguing lot of covers and cards, includes first flights, 1874 registered cover, picture postcards, first day covers and two packs of 1996 Land Vehicles maximum cards, please examine, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $110.
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Lot 357

Canada, Postal History Accumulation. A large carton filled to overflowing with old covers, recent FDCs and piles of stationery. The old covers are almost exclusively Victorian era mounted on pages filling a large binder. We spotted many illustrated advertising covers among these, however nearly all were roughly opened. The real value of this lot is found in the recent FDCs which includes high values from the 1980s and 1990s including plate blocks on FDC. Altogether, well worth the estimate.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $225.
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Lot 358
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Canada, Mostly Used Stock, 1860-1950. Several hundred stamps on stock pages, mostly used and with a strong holding on the King George V issue, with shades, varieties and cancels, mixed condition, a proper lot for the Canadian buff, please inspect, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $150 - 200.
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Lot 359
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Canada, Centennial Postage Due Collection, 1973-78. Lot of blocks of four and full sheets, sheets include J29, J30, J31i, J33i, J34iii, and J37i, fresh as the day they were printed, a great holding for the Canadian specialist, Very Fine.
Unitrade C$820.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Realized $100.
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Lot 360
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Canada & Provinces, Mint & Used Collection, 1851-1966. In a Scott album with some mint and used issues in parallel, including several better earlies in used condition: 1852-55 Beaver (4 x2, used), 1855 Cartier (7), 1857 (8), 1859 (17-19), followed by 1868-97 large and small QV mostly used stamps, and then by several better stamps (mint unless denoted) such as 1897 Jubilee 1¢ orange block of six (51, NH), 15¢ steel blue block of four (58, bottom pair NH), 20¢ vermilion (59), 50¢ ultramarine (60, used), $2 dark purple (62, used) & $5 (65), plus 1897-98 Maple Leaf (69-72). The 20th century section with 1911-25 (114-18), 1930-31 Bluenose & Parliament (158-59) & 1930-31 (176-77). Airmail section virtually complete, plus special delivery, postage dues and some officials. Newfoundland useful, including 1923-24 (C3), 1933 (212-25) & 1939 (J1-6). We also noted Nova Scotia used earlies (2-4) and some Prince Edward Island examples. Viewing is advised to get the true feel for the value here, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $2,100.
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Lot 361
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Canada & Provinces, Mostly Mint Collection, 1850s-1950s. In a Lighthouse hingeless album with many better (mint unless denoted) such as Canada 1852-55 (4, used), 1878 (38 mint, part original gum and accompanied with 2010 APS certificate), 1897 (50-52, 54-55, 58 & 61 mint, plus 62 used), 1928-29 (158 used & 159 mint), 1930-31 (162-77), 1932 (195-201, including 13¢ NH), 1935 (217-27), 1938 (241-45, incl $1 NH), 1942-43 (249-62, including $1 NH), plus airmails, postage dues, officials and special delivery examples. We also noted War Tex stamps, including 5¢, 20¢ & 50¢ (Unitrade MR2Bi, MR2C & MR2D). Newfoundland 1928-29 (145-59, including 4¢ rose purple), 1929-31 (163-71), 1931 (172-82), 1932-37 (183-99), 1933 (212-25, plus seven stamps with perf. 14). We also noted Nova Scotia, New Brunswick & Prince Edward Islands. Well worth checking out as there is much material and retail value, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,700.
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Lot 362
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Canada & Provinces, Mint & Used Collection, 1850s-1990s. In Scott album, starting with 1860s-1890s used QV examples, 1897 Jubilee (52-53, 55 & 57, mint), 1898 Map (85-86, mint), 1908 (96-99 & 101-102), 1912-25 Admiral (112, 113-14, 118 & 119, mint), 1927 (142-45, mint), 1928-29 (149-58, mint), 1935 (217-27, mint), 1938 (241-45, mint), 1942-43 (249-62, mint), 1946 (268-73, mint), followed by large amount of sets in the modest range, including semipostals, airmails, special delivery stamps, officials and some postage dues. We also noted Newfoundland section with useful singles and sets such as 1897 (70-71, 72 & 74, mint), 1928 (145-59, mint), 1937 KGVI (233-43, mint), 1931 Airmail (C6-8, mint) & 1939-49 (J1-7). A lot that is a delight to go through and will break down well, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $700.
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Lot 363
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Canada & Provinces, Mint & Used Collection, 1859-1933. In a binder with some useful earlies such as 1859 (17 x4, used), followed by small and large QV examples, and then by 1897 (51 x2, NH & used), 1897 (54, used), 1898 Imperial Penny 2¢ Map & 1899 Surcharges. The 20th century section with sets and part sets, including 1911-25 Admiral Issue (108-112, 114-15, 117-118 & 120, mint), plus some airmails, official perfins, special delivery examples and unchecked revenues; Newfoundland section with 1876-79 (38 & 40 x3, used), followed by many other stamps in the modest range. We also noted some New Brunswick, Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island stamps, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $225.
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Lot 364

Canada & Provinces, Canada & Newfoundland, Collection of Stamp Dealer Ad Covers. Over 100 covers, eight are pre-1900, over sixty are pre-WW2, with a few labels and seals, better includes 1888 The Canadian Philatelist, second year of its existence, with strip of three #35, #56 on registered cover from H.F. Kalse, strip of four #74 on illustrated ad cover for The Canada Stamp Co, pair #86 on registered cover from W. Kelsey Hall, 1930 cover from K. Bileski with 126a imperf pair, and a multiple of ten #34 with#37 on 1895 registered cover from International Stamp CO, a rare opportunity to acquire a huge stock of this popular collecting area inexpensively, a few mixed condition, inspection is desirable, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $750.
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Lot 365
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Canada & Provinces, Mostly Mint & Never Hinged Assortment. In presentation cards, including Canada 114 block of four with three stamps NH, 125 block of four with bottom pair NH, 200 NH, 225 x2 NH, 268-73 NH; Newfoundland 233-43 NH; Nova Scotia 1-5 used & 11 mint. We also noted six modern booklets and some modern plate blocks. Well worth a look, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $1,300.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $200.
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Lot 366
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Cape of Good Hope, Used Assortment, 1850s-1860s. Interesting property, including 1855-58 (3-4); 1856 cover from Cape Town to Grahams Town, bearing two 4d blue values (Scott 4, right stamp from Die A) tied by triangular barrred cancels; 1861 1d & 4d "wood-blocks" (7 & 9) & 1863-64 (13, pair, unused no gum). Useful for the dealer or specialist, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $800.
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Lot 367
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Dominica, Predominantly Used Collection, 1874-1974. Mounted on Scott pages, starting with a good representation of the XIX Century issues in used condition, including 1874 QV (Scott 1-3), 1877-79 QV (4-9), 1882 Bisects (10-12), plus 1888 QV 6d & 1sh (23-24), followed by several better XX Century used sets & singles such as 1903 & 1906-07 Roseau & KEVII sets (25-33 & 35-49), 1914 KGV 5sh (54), 1921 Roseau (56-63), 1923 KGV (65-82), 1923 KGV (83-85), plus several other sets & some 1984 first day covers. Condition is generally F-VF. A very useful collection.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $650.
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Lot 368
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Great Britain, Mostly Never Hinged Collection, 1952-2012. Magnificently presented in four Scott albums and virtually complete for the period; Volume I starts with 1952-54 (292-308), 1955 (309-12), followed by several coil strips and coil leaders with stamps attached; 1958 Castles De La Rue set; 1958 3d blocks of four with flaws (338); 1955-57 (317-33 x2, including set with cylinder numbers on left selvage), 1958-60 (353-369), 1958-59 (353c-360a), 1959 QEII phosphor-graphite issue, and then by a wealth of sets and gutter blocks; Volume II with 1976-95 sets and booklets; Volume III with sets, se-tenant multiples, booklets and sheets; Volume IV with se-tenant multiples, sheets, souvenir sheets, followed by Machin Head definitives issued in the 1967-2006 period, and then by postage due sets and regional issues (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland & Wales). We also noted several first day covers and a couple of folded letter covers sent to Italy in 1876 & 1877, plus a Royal Mail Smilers album that contains many sheets of stamps issued in the 2000-2010 period. Great lot for the discriminating collector or dealer, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $3,250.
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Lot 369
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Great Britain, Mint & Used Collection, 1840s-1980s. In two Lindner hingeless albums with several better stamps such as 1840 (1, used), 1856 (27-28, used), 1867 (54, used), 1867 (57, used), 1872-73 (59-61, used), 1873-81 (65-67, used), 1876 (73, used), 1883 (96, used), 1884 (108, used), 1902-11 (139-40, used), followed by KGV & QEII sets in mint condition, and then highly complete in the 1960-80 period. Great material throughout. Just a nice lot at our estimate, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $500.
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Lot 370
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Great Britain, Used Classics Assortment, 1862-1900. In presentation sheets, including 34 x2; 34a; 37; 37a; 40; 52 plate 4; 53 plate 1; 55 x3 plate 1; 64 x4, plates 8-10 & 13; 69 plate 15; 70 plate 15; 73; 85; 86 x2, plates 17-18; 94 x2, mint; 95; 103-07. Some stamps with small faults, otherwise Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $10,350.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $700.
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Lot 371
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Great Britain, Mostly Used Dealer's Stock, 1854-1980. In four stock books in some semblance of Scott order. The first two books hold the Victoria issues as well the Kings to 1950. Obviously, the last two books mainly hold the Elizabeth issues. We found that value is concentrated in the first volume which holds the early issues. Better items are found throughout all four books. We encountered a number of high catalog value used items such as Scott 3 (13), 10 (2), 28A, 37, 42, 96 (3), 108 (3), 104 (3), 105 (4), 122 (15), 136 (12), 137 (13), 139-40, 174, 179 (14), 180 (15), 181, 183 (4), 222-23 (2), and 312 (9). One of the Elizabeth books is exclusively Machins and includes a few gutter pairs including #MH175-76. As usual for 19th century material, condition is a little mixed, however total catalog value is substantial, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $600.
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Lot 372
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Great Britain, Used Dealer's Stock Edward VII, 1902-1911. A couple hundred used stamps mounted on small pages filling a dealer's counter book. Every page is identified by Scott number and most pages also indicate the Stanley Gibbons number for paper and color varieties. Many are in quantities of five to ten each with a few higher. Includes Scott 129b (16), 132 (11), 132d (5), 133 (22), 133c (14), 134 (28), 135 (30), 136 (6), 136d (3), 138a (17), 138 (17), 139 (3), 148 (19), 149 (15), 150 (14) and much more. The owner has also noted many interesting cancels. Generally a clean, Fine-VF group that is well worth a few moments to review, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $10,000.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $190.
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Lot 373
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Great Britain, Mint & Used Stock, 1887-1960. Delightful lot for the Anglophile, includes used 116 to 122 with moderate duplication on a stock page, then dozens of display cards with items such as mint 78, 220, 113, 131, 185-186, 305, useful and desirable material, a few condition issues, but generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $5,600.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Unsold
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Lot 374
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Great Britain, Postal Strike Collection, 1971. In a stock book, including several undelivered covers to the United States, followed by a wealth of sets, first day covers and some souvenir sheets, Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $160.
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Lot 375
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Great Britain: Channel Islands, Back-of-the-Book Accumulation, 1942-82. Great lot for the specialist loaded with goodies, includes Jersey and Guernsey aerogrammes including a rare Jersey 6½p with an extra 1½p surcharge at lower right, Jersey German Occupation stamps, Jersey J1-J6 mint NH, 1944 cover with German stamp tied by feldpost with Jersey c.d.s., complete booklets, Isle of Man revenues, loads of first day covers, mint and used gutter pairs, registered envelopes, Guernsey 22a and 23a, a selection that will please any collector or dealer of this material, excellent basis for an advanced specialized collection, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $275.
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Lot 376
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India & States, Mint & Used Collection, 1854-1975. In Scott album, beginning with some earlies issued in the 1854-76 period, followed by 1882-87 (36-46, used), 1895 (50-52, used), 1902-09 (71-72 & 74, used), 1935 (142-48, mint), and then by Airmail section with 1929-30 (C1-6, mint); Military Stamps (Chinese Expeditionary Force) 1900 (M1-10, mint) & 1901-11 (M12-20, mint); Officials 1937-39 (O97-103, used). We also noted Chamba, Gwalior, Jhind, Nabha & Patialas, plus a good number of Native Feudatory States examples. A good starter collection of this popular country, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $425.
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Lot 377
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Ireland, Mostly Mint & Never Hinged Collection, 1922-2001. In two Scott albums with better noted (mint unless denoted) including 1922 (1-8), 1922 (12, Nissen Re-entry, plate 2A: Row 1/ Stamp 3), 1922 (23-35), 1922 (36, used), 1922 (39-43), 1922-23 (45-55 & 57-58, plus 2s6d used), 1923 (59-62), 1925 (77-79, including 10s NH), 1922-23 (65-76), 1935 (93 mint & 94 used), followed by a highly complete section with sets issued in the 1929-92. We also noted many modern booklets and miniature sheets, plus useful airmails and postage dues (J1-4 & J5-14). A lovely collection, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,900.
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Lot 378
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Ireland, Mint & Used Collection, 1922-2000. Well over a thousand stamps and souvenir sheets residing in two volumes, earlier material is used, later in mint and mostly NH, is virtually complete from 1941-2000, range of items are Scott 1//1278, C1//C7, J1//J47, also includes complete booklets and panes, mounted on quadrille pages, a fantastic opportunity to acquire some nice stock in this popular country, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $4,000.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $375.
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Lot 379
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Ireland, Used Stock, 1922-2000. 2,400 stamps and covers residing in one volume, range of items are Scott 16//578, there are six MNH sets of 519-520, enough material to assure high potential, scoop it up before someone else does!! Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $2,800.
Estimate $400 - 600.
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Lot 380
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Jamaica, Cancellation Collection, 1875-1940. A few hundred stamps and registry labels, arranged by cancel number or town, needs some organization, but the effort will be well rewarded, some mixed condition, a few minutes will convince you of its potential, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $250.
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Lot 381
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Jamaica, War Tax Specialized Mint & Used Collection, 1916-19. In Palo hingeless pages, including MR1a-c, MR4a, plus some unlisted varieties such as dropped "A" or small "P" in "Stamp", followed by MR5a, x2, plus dropped "A" or small "P" in "Stamp", and then by MR7b-c, MR8a-c, MR9a & MR9c, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $225.
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Lot 382
 
Malaya, Postal History Collection, 1910-87. 35 covers mounted on annotated pages, including many franked on reverse with single or mixed frankings representing the 4¢ (Empire letter rate), 5¢ (Malayan internal rate) & 8¢ (Empire letter rate). We also noted Singapore aerogrammes 1913 Penang registered postal packet receipt & 1914 money order, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Unsold
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Lot 383
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Malaysia, and Area, Mint & Used Dealer Stock, 1880-1950. A few hundred stamps in a counter book, better mint unless noted includes #12, Johore 158-169, Kedah used 53, 81, Kelantan 10a, 40, Malacca 1-2 (x2), Negri Sembilan 64-74, with loads of material in the $10.00 to $50.00 range, a choice lot that will please collector and dealer alike, close inspection will attest the value of this offering, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott approximately $4,000.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $800.
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Lot 384

New Guinea, Relief Cancels on Cover, 1969-81. 35 covers with relief postmarks from various post offices used until the permanent hand stamp arrived, includes Kiunga, Wakunai, Bulolo, Kagua, Hula, Mendi, Salamo and other, mounted on pages and well written up, could be the basis for an exhibition, please review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Unsold
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Lot 385
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New Zealand, Mostly Used Assortment, 1860s-1940s. Approximately 250 stamps in stock pages, including many useful (used unless denoted) such as 1864-71 (Stanley Gibbons 111); 1873-92 (146 & 149-51); 1878 (178), 1882-1900 1d stamps with Sunlight advertisements on reverse (195 x2) & 5d with Miller & Reich advertisement on reverse, followed by several QV stamps issued in the 1882-1900 period. We also noted 1901 (279, mint pair), 1902 (294-95, mint pairs), 1902 (315-16), 1909-16 KGV perforation varieties & 1936-43 pictorials in mint condition, and with mixed perforations. Unchecked in detail, and in consequence presenting opportunities for collectors or dealers, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $140.
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Lot 386
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Palestine, Mostly Never Hinged Specialized Collection / Assortment, 1918. Plated typographed stamps highly recommended for the plate flaw student; 1m brown part sheets, including one with pencil notations on selvage; 2m blue green multiples corresponding to specific positions, 1pi indigo multiples & 10pi ultramarine part sheet. We also noted several pages with unchecked-in-detail (2m, 3m, 4m, 5m, 1pi, 2pi & 5pi) pairs, blocks, multiples and part sheets. A real opportunity for the specialist, collector or dealer to acquire material that is seldom offered, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $800.
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Lot 387

Palestine, Cover Accumulation, 1918-40s. About 90 covers, primarily Pictorials used from Jerusalem, Haifa or Tel Aviv, though there are a good number of earlier covers and smaller towns, plus lots of interesting rates and usages including a 13m Registered Letter envelope uprated with 17m postage and used from Jerusalem to Haifa in Jul 1935; also three Postage Due covers and two documents with Palestine Revenues; condition is a little mixed, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $450.
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Lot 388
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Palestine, Mint and Used Collection, 1918-42. Small collection on a few album pages and a small stockbook; includes Scott numbers (mint unless noted) 1 (used), 3a, 4-25 plus 22a & 22d; the stockbook contains duplication and a few large multiples of some lower value pictorials.
Scott approximately $800.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $160.
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Lot 389
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Singapore, Mint & Never Hinged Assortment. Mostly in glassines with many sets and souvenir sheets that are relatively easy to sell. We noted 1963 $1 wmk. sideways (67a x2), 1970 (115a x3), 1971 Festivals souvenir sheet (141a), 1971 first day cover (144-49), plus three souvenir booklets issued in the 1980s. Great for the internet dealer, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $850.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $225.
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Lot 390
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South Africa, Mint & Used Assortment. Enormous holding in thirteen stock books with duplication, several binders and a large number of first day covers. There are regulars, airmails, postage dues and officials. We also noted four booklets, including 2s6d (SG SB17), plus many catalogued varieties (plate flaws) of stamps issued in the 1950s, corresponding to specific positions and deserving your attention. Large amount of first day covers, including a good proportion issued by South West Africa. There is an extra stock book with Cape of Good Hope, Natal, Transvaal & Zululand truly useful material, and identified with Stanley Gibbons numbers. Good lot for the collector or dealer, and worth viewing, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $550.
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