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Lot 125
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U.S., Overrun Countries, 1943-44, Massive Holding (Scott 909-921). Full panes of 50, 909 (60); 910 (9); 911 (16); 912 (5); 913 (599); 914 (5); 915 (6); 916 (10); 918 (10); 919 (169); 920 (6) & 921 (324) a total of 60,950 stamps, face value alone is over $3,000.00, unchecked for reversed/inverted flags or quality for grading, mostly Very Fine.
Brookman $27,594.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Unsold
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Lot 126
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U.S., Diverse and Valuable Grouping, 1851-1970. In twelve volumes, includes stock book of Canal Zone, Scott hingeless with mint C13, decent revenues, another Scott album with used Bank Notes, 397-404, mint 323-327, collection in album with used 112-115, 117, stock book with used classics, couple of hundred 2¢ Nebraska, Hawaii, stock book back-of-the-book, and a book of a few covers with material such as Fort Fetterman W.T. cover, CSA cover, essay 184 E-B used on cover, RF stamp tied on cover, C18 on flight cover, plenty more to plunder, mixed condition, inspection strongly urged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Unsold
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Lot 127
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U.S., Bank Note Bonanza. Over 800 used Bank Notes, intact as received, unchecked for varieties or cancels, includes 205 (x70), 209 (x80), 211 (x80), 214 (x23), 215 (x40), 216 (x100), and 217 (x11), some mixed condition, excellent lot for the specialist, a very useful lot chock full of potential, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $8,000.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Realized $700.
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Lot 128
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U.S., Mint Imperf Holding, 1912-35. A few hundred singles, pairs, blocks, arrow blocks, and gutter blocks residing in a stock book, includes 408, 409, 482, 483, 531, 532, 534, 575, 576, 577, as well as many Farleys, a few private perfs and a few coil pairs, enormous potential for the Washington Franklin specialist, a thorough review is suggested, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $400.
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Lot 129
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U.S., Miscellaneous Balance of a Huge Specialized Collection. Small, extremely eclectic balance contained in three small stockbooks and on several lose album pages; includes a nice group of used Postage Dues & Parcel Post Dues, several nice 1861-69 cards proofs, a group of lower value Official Specimens, a little Fractional Currency, some used Hawaii, a F-VF NH 2¢ Norse-American plate block, a collection of guide lines & split arrows on straight edged stamps, etc., etc. Lots of value scattered throughout.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $425.
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Lot 130
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U.S., Overrun Countries, 1943-44, Massive Plate Block Holding (Scott 909-921). Sets (4); 909 (96); 910 (56); 911 (70); 912 (135); 913 (79); 914 (105); 915 (129); 916 (104); 917 (218); 918 (217); 919 (436); 920 (60), o.g., mostly never hinged, unchecked for any printing reversals/varieties; some faulty, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $5,933.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $500.
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Lot 131
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U.S., The Best Oddball Lot Ever, 1861-1960. One of the most interesting lots we have ever offered, this has some really unusual material so be prepared to dig in, includes Canal Zone 117b hand cut booklet pane (cat value 160.00), Hawaii mint postal cards UX8-UX9, U.S. complete booklets BK54, BK82, complete sheets of officials, 1959 postage dues in singles and plate blocks, coils and panes with plate numbers, coil line pairs, covers, mint and used postal stationery, cut squares, telegraph stamps booklets, mint documentary revenues, and all forms of oddball stuff, bid and prepare to have some fun, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $600.
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Lot 132
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U.S., Mint & Used Philatelic Mayhem, 1873-1950. Thousands of stamps, plate blocks and sheets somewhat disorganized, presented in a large carton, mint and used material, a quick glance revealed a couple of hundred used 833 and 834's, revenues, possessions, plate number singles, several hundred precancels in a bag, postage dues, mint sheets, and what else there is will be revealed by close inspection, mixed condition, will be a bonanza with a careful examination, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Realized $275.
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Lot 133

U.S., Postage Due, 1931, ½¢ scarlet and 1959, 1¢ carmine rose & black (Scott J79a, J89). Full panes of 100, accumulation including J79 (12); J89 (56), some nicely centered singles within the sheets; few perf separations, mostly Very Fine.
Scott $3,230 as singles/plates only.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $200.
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Lot 134
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U.S., Mint Coil Accumulation, 1912-66. A few hundred singles, pairs, line pairs and strips in a stock book, Washington Franklins need identification, quite a few 1922 flat plates, Prexies, probably a few sleepers, an intriguing lot is view, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $300.
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Lot 135
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U.S., Balance of Consignment. Stuffed in four large cartons, with Xmas seal collection, tons of used material, first day and cacheted event covers, mint face, commemorative panels, Bicentennial collection, a detailed inspection should reveal plenty more, be prepared to give this lot sufficient time to properly evaluate its worth, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Realized $140.
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Lot 136
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U.S., Mint & Used Accumulation. Three binders with commercial covers, used postal envelopes, dedication covers and first days sent or postmarked in the 1870s-1970s period, including some Presidentials; extra binder with bank checks with revenue stamps, receipts and some unchecked agreements; cigar box with used picture postcards, including some leather cards; three liberty stamp albums by Harris with some stamps issued in the 1940s; scrap book with a fair number of covers sent from France to Dayton, Ohio in the 1939-41 period, plus several USPS books issued in relation to the U.S. stamps commemorating the bicentennial. We also noted a collection mounted on White Ace album pages with some nice airmails that deserve your attention. Careful review should reward the audacious dealer, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Realized $110.
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Lot 137
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U.S., Consignor Caboose Lot. Intriguing lot, loads of stamps but the value is in the covers, with 1st man on moon covers, 1st voyage of the SS Manhattan, first day and cacheted event covers, more than enough to mine hidden gems for, but at a reasonable price, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
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Lot 138
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U.S., Grandma's Accumulation, 1880-1980. Nice grouping of counter books with singles and plate blocks, some first day covers, postal stationery, a mixed bag to dig through and enjoy, condition is mixed, please examine, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Realized $90.
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