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Lot 773
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Worldwide, Mostly Never Hinged Accumulation. Many complete sets in glassines, including singles, pairs and blocks of four such as Chile 460 x56; Dubai 18-21 x76; Indochina 203-04 x80; Laos 48-51 x74; Lebanon 810 x77; Netherlands 245-61 x75; St. Pierre & Miquelon 389-92 x27 & 400-403 x23, plus French Colonies. A highly desirable property, and an ideal lot for the retail or eBay seller, Very Fine.
Scott $12,400.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
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Lot 774
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Worldwide, Mostly Mint & Never Hinged Accumulation. Stock book with New Zealand fresh stamps: 132 x2, 133 x3, 134 x2, 135 x2, 136 x2, 137 x3, 138 x3 & 139 x2; Austria 1935 (B128-31); Belgium 1952 (435-45 & B514), 1960 (B662a, NH); France 1925 (226b, used), 1949-50 (C22, mint); Great Britain 1902-11 (140, used); Hong Kong 1891 (64, mint) & 1898 (70, mint); Hungary 1938 (B97); Italy C5-7 & C9; Liechtenstein 1938 (152, used); Syria 1924 (166-69, used), plus French Area mint examples in several presentation cards. We also noted tons of sets and singles around $10 in catalogue value. Great holding with many saleable stamps, and recommended for the dedicated dealer., Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,300.
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Lot 775
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Worldwide, Mostly Never Hinged Accumulation. A large carton with thousands of stamps and hundreds of souvenir sheets in glassines or Dealer's presentation pages. We noted Belgium sets and singles issued in the 1966-83 period, and arranged in small plastic box; Germany 1920s Inflation issues in glassines and housed in small plastic box; Austria never hinged and used stamps issued in the 1960s-70s. We also noted worldwide modern sets and souvenir sheets, including plenty of topical issues such as butterflies, marine life, sports, flowers or fruits. All in all, a useful lot for the internet dealer, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
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Lot 776
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Worldwide, Never Hinged, Mint & Used Accumulation. Giant loaded carton with many desirable stamps. Better noted including Falkland Islands Dependencies Graham Land, South Georgia, South Orkneys & South Shetlands; Lebanon 1946 Victory of the Allied Nations imperforate sheet; Germany 1936 Olympic souvenir sheets; Switzerland 1953 Insects miniature sheet, plus British Commonwealth modern and some Latin American countries such as Dominican Republic. We also noted first day covers and some booklets. Hundreds of saleable items., and a dealer's dream come true, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Realized $600.
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Lot 777
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Worldwide, Mostly Mint or Never Hinged Accumulation. In glassines and some presentation sheets, including sets, souvenir sheets & miniature sheets in the $5 to $10 range with several better such as Cape Juby B1-7; Grenada 132-42, plus extra 10s example; Guinea 663-71 & C127-29; Iran 933-34; Lebanon C149a; Macao 372-81; Qatar 494-98; Singapore 43-48; Syria C141a. We also noted Aitutaki, New Zealand & Penrhyn miniature sheets. Take a look, as this represents an opportunity not to be missed, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $600.
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Lot 778
 
Worldwide, Never Hinged Accumulation, 1967-1972. Thousands of stamps, including singles, sets, souvenir sheets and multiples in glassines and mint sheet books. Better noted countries or areas are Austria, Belgium, Germany, Greece, Italy, Monaco, Nicaragua, Portugal, Ryukyu Islands & Scandinavia. A useful holding that needs to be viewed, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $500.
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Lot 779
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Accumulation. In presentation cards and glassine envelopes, including many better mint items such as Australia 1935 (125, block of 4 with Ash imprint); Czechoslovakia C4 & C6; Germany C27-34 & CL1-3; Japan 1921 (165); Liechtenstein 1930 (107); Madagascar 1902 (52-54); New Zealand 1936 (SG SB16); Rouad, Ile 1916 (4-16); Senegal 53-56 & Tannu Tuva 1934 (45-52, NH). A real mixed bag that takes time to view, but is loaded with pockets of value that may be easily removed and sold as units, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $700.
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Lot 780
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Accumulation. Heterogeneous mixture in several cartons, including St. Pierre & Miquelon 374-76 x2, 377, 378-81, 385-88, 389-92, 397-98, 399, 423-28, 431, 432-33, C37-38, C39, C54, C55 & C56; Great Britain collection in Schaubek album with value concentrated in the 1952-80 period; Isle of Man 1973-83 collection in a Lighthouse hingeless album; Canada collection in Minkus album; Iran sets in the modest range such as 1951 (941-46), 1966 (1415-18, se-tenant blocks of four & singles), plus three-ring binder with interesting mint and used stamps that deserve your attention, including 1911-13 (481-500, blocks of four). We also noted a good number of Bhutan three-dimensional souvenir sheets, British Commonwealth modern first day covers and many unchecked in detail stamps housed in a couple of fancy cigar boxes. Excellent for the internet seller and a good chance for some possible finds. Must be viewed, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $550.
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Lot 781
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Worldwide, Mint & Used 20th Century Accumulation. Four stock books with modern Bangladesh, Hungary, India, Pakistan, Romania & Thailand, plus innumerable album pages and presentation pages with worldwide material, including sets, miniature sheets and souvenir sheets in the modest range but that can be offered individually on the internet. We also noted several booklets and Disney topical issues. Mexico collection in Scott album with value concentrated in the 1940s-60s period, plus many colorful Fleetwood panels suitable for framing. A useful lot that is loaded with saleable material, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
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Lot 782
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Worldwide, Mostly Mint & Never Hinged Accumulation. Mish-mash style lot in a large carton wit thousands of stamps, including Cuba 1930s-60s collection on Minkus album pages; Iran 1971-79 collection on album pages, and virtually complete for the period; Liberia 1950 group of eight imperforate proof sheets in excellent state of preservation (332-37 & C68-69). We also noted saleable covers such as Newfoundland 1937 cover with KGVI complete set, and addressed NY; 1868 folded letter from Silves to Lisbon; 1931 Special Air Mail Flight Australia-England; plus innumerable worldwide new issues (stamps and souvenir sheets) in a plastic box and U.S. first day covers. Good lot for the bargain hunter, must be viewed, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $600.
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Lot 783
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Worldwide, Philatelic Safari, 1850-1960, a few hundred stamps of stock pages, runs the gamut from faulty to on life support, however there is an enormous amount of catalog value and mostly in the classic period, includes German States, Italian States, France classics, South America, British Commonwealth, U.S. officials, Newfoundland, even a Great Britain #90 that needs some TLC, a great pick up for some energetic bidder, be sure to check it out, Very Good to Fine.
Scott $50,000.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $600.
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Lot 784
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Accumulation. Airmail Collection 1920s-50s approximately. 150 stamps and several covers, including Australia 1931 official overprints; Canal Zone C15-20 & CO1-7; Ethiopia C21-22 used; India 1929-30 (C1-6); Iran 1930 (C34-50, used); New Zealand 1931 (C4-5, used); South Africa C1-4; South West Africa C1-4; Liberia collection on album pages with regulars, airmails and officials; Prince Edward Island 9 sheet of thirty. We also noted old-time stock book with several useful sets such as Switzerland C3-12; U.S. 550 plate block & 1930 Gordon Bennett Balloon Race cover, plus a good number of Whale topical covers issued in the 1960s-90s period, including some with hand-painted cachets. Don't underestimate this lot, be sure to take a careful look, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Realized $425.
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Lot 785
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Worldwide, Mostly Never Hinged Assortment. In presentation cards, and including a large amount of modern art topical souvenir sheets, plus sets & blocks of four mostly issued in the 1960s-2000s. We also noted several booklets. A holding with plenty useful material and presenting a tremendous opportunity for an internet seller. You will be rewarded by not passing on viewing this lot, Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $475.
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Lot 786
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Worldwide, One Man's Vast & Diverse Accumulation. Offered intact as it arrived, thousands and thousands of stamps and covers, presented in every way imaginable including 16 albums, a lot of modestly priced material but with better mint like Brazil 172-173, 189, 260-262, 293-297, 300, 342-355, 446-449, C1-C6, C7-C16, Ecuador C176-C180, C182-C187, Haiti CB8-CB9, Hong Kong 168-173, Uruguay 394-409, 430-440, C14-C25, better covers like US baseball FDC, real photo postcard of Blue Hill Inn, Blue Hill ME, Official St Louis World's Fair postcard, several Nazi or Hitler commemorative cards, and this barely scratches the surface, a lot that will require lots of elbow grease, but should repay it exponentially, pull up a chair and go to it!! Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $600.
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Lot 787
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Worldwide, Philatelic Avalanche. Thousand of stamps in seven cartons, a gas of an accumulation, messy in presentation but it should yield some better, while thumbing through we found a decent Iceland collection, Romania with some better complete sets and souvenir sheets, six volumes of Presidential First Day covers, and tons of used worldwide material, a pleasant way to while away a few evenings, come on down, grab a chair and dig in, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $900.
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Lot 788
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Accumulation. Great Britain in two albums with 20th century; Canada stock book with stamps such as 1898 (85, mint), 1927 (141-45, mostly NH), 1929 (158 & 159, mint); Central Lithuania duplicates in stock book; Luxembourg 20th century; Denmark bundles ideal for postmark collectors. We also noted France modern sets and singles; U.S. home-made album loaded with stamps tied on cover fragments in the 1910s; Norfolk sheets (181-84), plus an accumulation of European collections mounted on pages and unchecked-in-detail, including Austria, Belgium, Monaco and some British Commonwealth examples. Great for dealer, take a look, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $700.
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Lot 789
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Worldwide, Never Hinged, Mint & Used Mish-Mash. In several cartons with diverse material, including a good number of U.S. first day covers issued in the 1930s; Bavaria large multiples of 1920 (237); Vatican collection in a Minkus album. Worldwide covers commemorating the 50th Anniversary of WWII, and housed in four albums made by the Postal Commemorative Society in the 1980s-90s period. There are also loose album pages, plus several stock books and three-ring binders with duplicated examples and unchecked-in-detail material, including never hinged sets. We didn't see anything powerful, but take a look, perhaps you can find something, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $475.
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Lot 790
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Accumulation. Thousands of stamps in 33 binders/ stock books, and housed in three cartons. The lot comprises general ranges with few to no highlights, although we did note Portugal 1940 sheet, Germany (Federal Republic) 1970s-80s issues, Germany (Berlin) 1950s-70s issues, Czechoslovakia first day covers issued in the 1960s-70s period; Isle of Man sets in Lindner album; Japan 1950s-70s issues in a three-ring binder; Romania souvenir sheets; Syrian Arab Republic 1961-70 collection; Vatican blocks of four plus Railroad topical collection in Scott album. Have a look and check for yourself, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $550.
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Lot 791
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Worldwide, Mint, Never Hinged & Used Accumulation. A mysterious man appeared in our office with a box full of heterogeneous material, and he confessed to us that it belonged to his deceased uncle. He decided to consign the box, and we offered to run it as a unit in our next large lot sale. Better noted include Switzerland "Pro-Juventute" booklets (Zumstein W1/2, W1/3, W1/4, W1/5 & W1/6), plus several issued in the 1957-67 period; United States modern stamps in blocks of four, accompanied with electroplates in larger format, and probably used to print promotional material, plus many first day covers; British Commonwealth several modern sets with "specimen" overprints and some modern booklets. We also noted Hong Kong souvenir sheets, stamps and first day covers issued in the 1990s; plus three-ring binder with worldwide modern souvenir sheets. Have a pleasant day viewing, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $450.
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Lot 792
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Worldwide, Mostly Never Hinged Accumulation. In countless glassines with Scott numbers, and including sets up to $10. We noted Aland, Finland, Gibraltar, Hungary, Monaco, Norway and some British Commonwealth countries, plus a fair number of modern booklets (Scandinavia & British Commonwealth) and small stock book with Philippines material. Ideal for the dealer, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $450.
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Lot 793
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Assortment. Mostly arranged by country and housed in folders. We noted Danish West Indies 19th century stamps and 1977 "KPK 90" bicolor reproductions in sheets of 100 issued to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the Kobenhavn Philatelic Club; Cuba section with some stamps issued under U.S. Administration and 1951 souvenir sheets; British Commonwealth 1937 Coronation & 1945-46 Peace issues, plus Belgium, Brazil, Brunei, Cyrenaica, Dominica, Eritrea, Falkland Islands, Fiji, Gambia, German Area, Gibraltar, India, Ireland, Nigeria, Puerto Rico (Spanish Dominion), Somalia Italiana, Tripolitania and butterflies topical stamps. A useful holding needing careful viewing to see its full potential, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $425.
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Lot 794
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Worldwide, Philatelic Master Disaster, 1860-2000, thousands of stamps and covers in seven cartons, presented in every way imaginable, there is too much to go through but a few highlights include British Commonwealth with back-of-the-book, 1953 Coronation issue, France collection, Korea collection with souvenir sheets, four Canada Official Millennium Keepsakes, South America, U.S. plate blocks, first day covers, and everything else that fits, this will take days to plow through but the potential is there, mixed condition as to be expected, you won't want to miss this one., Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $650.
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Lot 795
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Worldwide, Mint, Never Hinged & Used Accumulation. Several stock books and binders, including Russia 1990s never hinged sets; Belgium semipostal sets; United Nations 1980-87 Flag Series in sheets, plus 1990s-2000s miniature sheets and first day covers issued in 1957-65 period; Togo perforated & imperforate blocks (B12a, B13a & B14a). We also noted France air labels & covers in a Safe album, starting with 1910 picture postcard issued in connection with the airmail week; 1920 Guynemer labels, plus several other colorful examples that deserve your attention. We also noted three covers with semi-official & regular French stamps sent in the 1923-24 period, Air France old-time booklet with postal rates printed on back cover. Croatia sets and souvenir sheets issued in the 1940s, Disney stamps, plus some British Commonwealth modern issues and United States first day covers issued in the 1948-65 period. Truly recommended for the internet dealer, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $600.
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Lot 796
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Accumulation. Diverse lot with stamps and first day covers, including stock book with British Commonwealth sets, part sets and singles, plus U.S. that deserves your attention. We also noted a three-ring binder with British Omnibus sets and part sets, including Falkland Islands Dependencies 1948 Silver Wedding set. German Area binder with Empire, Third Reich, Federal Republic, DDR, Bohemia-Moravia & Saar unchecked-in-details. There is a fair amount of New Zealand first day covers issued in the 1940s-70s period, and Quitclaim Deed with 50¢ revenue stamp. A lot that needs some time to be examined. Make sure you don't miss this one, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $375.
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Lot 797
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Worldwide, Mint & Never Hinged Accumulation. Countless glassines with sets, part sets, singles and souvenir sheets, including British Commonwealth modern issues (Aitutaki, Bahamas, Cook Islands, Dominica, Gibraltar, Gilbert & Ellice Islands, Grenada, Pitcairn Islands, New Zealand, St. Lucia & Trinidad-Tobago), plus some Latin America & European stamps. We noted many sets (singles or blocks of four) in the $4 to $10 range that can be offered on the internet. Recommended for a dealer looking to acquire material in the modest range, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $650.
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Lot 798
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Worldwide, Mishmash, 1860-2000. Interesting lot that includes a great deal of Japan, two stock books of mint and used with forgeries, imitations and official reprints of the dragons and 1872-1873 issues, with six souvenir pages of Japan stamps, folder of mint & used New Zealand, Yugoslavia 185-196, first flight covers, enough present to encourage the treasure hunter in all of us, inspection is encouraged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $475.
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Lot 799
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Worldwide, Large Accumulation, 1880-1990. Thousands of stamps in seven albums and eleven stock books, the owner never met a stamp he didn't love but he paid attention to Belgium, China, Germany, Lebanon, Manchukuo, Montenegro, Poland, although there is plenty of coverage in the other countries, you'll need time and patience to plow through this, but who knows what will turn up, happy hunting, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $425.
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Lot 800
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Worldwide, Cinderella Stock, 1899-1960. A choice lot of several hundred cinderella items in a binder and two small boxes, includes set of ten Croatia UPU train blocks of four, set of sixty Coronation stamps for George VI., twenty four German city ad labels, revenues, cut squares, Exposition labels, philatelic labels, telegraph stamps, religious, tuberculosis stamps, space, mixed condition, a recommended viewing, truly an opportunity not to be passed up, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $550.
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Lot 801
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Worldwide, Philatelic Conflagration, 1880-1960. Thousands and thousands of stamps crammed into two large cartons, packed in boxes, glassines, envelopes and loose, there is no way to describe this morass, so we'll present just a sampling, shoebox of Germany, large glassine of French Colonies imperfs, shoebox of Cuba, envelope alphabetically by country (sort of), with Asia, British Commonwealth, South America, Eastern Europe, and Europe, you may even find a kitchen sink lurking about, for the collector/dealer with plenty of time on his hands, mixed condition, inspection strongly urged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $500.
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Lot 802
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Worldwide, Philatelic Mish Mash, 1857-1970. Thousands of stamps and covers in two large cartons, with mint U.S. face, first day and special event covers, mint 1953 Coronation Omnibus issue, mint United Nations collection, 1955 Rotary Omnibus issue, Irish presentation books, old albums, Statehood Quarter collection, plenty to pick through and discover, some mixed condition, set up a visitation with this one, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $475.
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Lot 803
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Worldwide, Mish-Mash Accumulation. A diverse lot with United Nations sheets, worldwide sets, part sets and singles in the modest range, plus a fair number of home-made approval books with unchecked stamps. We also noted some U.S. & Canada first day covers, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 804
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Accumulation. Big holding with innumerable amount of glassines with over $2,000 catalogue value in complete sets. We also noted United Nations 1980 souvenir booklet with first day covers (flag stamps); India 1950s-60s first day covers; St. Vincent baseball topical first day covers; France first day covers from 1960s; U.S. American Revolution Bicentennial album with commemorative covers, Christmas Seals in sheets, plus many first day covers, including birds and flowers topicals of our fifty states. A good property to break into smaller lots and offered on the internet, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $225.
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Lot 805
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Worldwide, Ephemera Lot, 1840-1960, includes U.S. revenues on documents, tobacco tax paids, complete sheets Ryukyus Christmas seals, auto ad card, group of currency trade cards, cancelled sheet Hamburg American Packet Company stamps, sheet Penn $2 tax stamps, and several internal revenue sheets, great lot to research and explore, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $300.
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Lot 806
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Worldwide, Philatelic Topsy Turvy, 1880-1980. Thousands of mint & used stamps in one large carton, the perfect lot for the treasure hunter in us all, we just don't have the time to plow through it, so we leave that pleasure to the winning bidder, we can tell you of a group of 3¢ #11 and #26, and reference examples of Newfoundland C1, Switzerland C1-C2, Poland 77a & 78a, but there is so much more, make this delightful lot your delight, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $425.
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Lot 807
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Worldwide, Mish Mash, 1960-2000. Mostly Great Britain, Canada and British Commonwealth, includes singles, sets, presentation packs, sheets, Iraq covers, generally new issue material, it's anybody's guess what in here, but it should be more than our low estimate, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $190.
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