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Lot 275
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U.S. and Foreign, Balance of Estate Consignment, 1800s-1900s. Thousands of stamps in stockbooks, counter books, collections and new issues; U.S. includes some Washington-Franklin issues mint plus others, along with over $2300 in face (mainly sheetlets, souvenir sheets and some higher values); we note a block of 36 of Colombia Sanabria #11 (purchased for $650), Gibraltar Morocco Agencies #20-33 (Scott $389) on auction lot card, a section of Laos imperforates; retail counter books include Israel tabs, a collection of Great Britain and imperforates of the world, France plus new issues, Greece collection…much too much to describe it all, some faults but mostly Fine to Very Fine, give yourself time enough to view.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Current Bid$2,500
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Lot 276
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U.S. and Foreign, Dealer Stock, Mostly from 1860's-2001. Approximately 540 dealer tear pages, neatly organized in nine small dealer counter books, with many great fresh complete sound sets with 1998--2007 Scott values with an average of approximately $50 per page, mostly mint except for the early classic issues, with many complete commemorative sets with a few highlights include:
used: U.S. 69, 162, 165, Brazil 2, Denmark 167a/171a/175a (2 sets of blocks of four), Eritrea 81-87, Finland 2, France B23 (2), Mecklenberg 3, Wurttemberg 16, Germany 667-68, B21A, B309, C36 on piece, Iceland C9, C10, Italy B26-29, C28-33, C42-44, Liberia 7, Liechtenstein 259-60, Luxembourg O46, Madagascar 47, Netherlands 3 (2), O9-14, Thailand 199-204, mint: U.S. 215, 235, 248 block of four, 253, Afghanistan 216, Albania B28-33, C15-21, Algeria B14-26, B260-63 (2), B269-71, Australia 175, Belgium 172-84, B468-76, B460-61, B480-84, B538-43, B544-46, B579-85, Brazil C26-27 (2), Cambodia 1-17, Cirenaica C24-29 (2), Cuba 120, Denmark 246-51, Ethiopia 327-35, N1-7 (2), France N43-58, French Polynesia C33 (2), FSAT 24, Germany 669 (2 NH), 693 NH block of four, 755-61, B21 (10 NH), B21A, C35-37, Germany office in Morocco 1-6, Greece 267-76, 381, 535-38, 582-85, Greenland 39-40, Iceland 195-98, 213-16, 246-52, 284-86, 289-96, C11, Iran 1074-76 (6), B22-27, Israel J1-5, Italy 66, C23-26, Japan 422 (4), 479 (4), 505-8, Korea 286, 286a, Laos 25-26, C13, Liechtenstein 246 block of four, O11-20, Luxembourg O1A, O11/O11b, O47, Macau 365-67, Netherlands 202-3, 286//300 (missing a few lower values), B90-93, Nicaragua 575-79, C30, Norway 104-10, 111-14, Poland NO16-24, Portugal 379-88, 390-97, 422-36, 437-52, 1038-40, 1253-54, Ryukyus 14-15, Trieste Zone A C1-6 and Tripolitania B50-53, A, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $29,000+ (Owner's) Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Current Bid$2,000
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Lot 277

U.S. and Foreign, Cover Accumulation, 1860-1990. Thousands of covers, postal stationery mint & used & picture postcards make up this eclectic lot, digging through you will discover U.S. postal history, first day covers, cacheted event covers, picture post cards with many real photo cards identified, a few better includes fire house, 1897 bicycle sale and a Binghamton NY carnival card, there are also foreign covers and picture postcards, a little elbow grease should be well rewarded, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 278
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U.S. and Foreign, Mixed Group / Accumulation, 1869-1980's. With the bulk of value on black approval cards and loose mint sheets, plus a couple albums of Princess Diana souvenir sheets and a nice little group of covers, some notable items include: U.S. 73 on cover (Ex Metzger), 119 with dramatic two way vignette shift, 238P4 with PSE graded 90 certificate, 300 with dramatic (nearly 50% shift to left), 303-4 mint with PSE certificates, 630 sheet, C22 sheet (missing side salvage), Q11 o.g. with PSE certificate, PR109P2 Roosevelt proof with PSE certificate, RW21, some nice modern U.S. Federal Ducks, some well centered Canada and a small selection of PRC, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 279

U.S. and Foreign, Ephemera Accumulation, 1888-1975. Hundreds & hundreds of sale items, includes box of aviation poster stamps and baggage labels, box of photographs, college football programs, circus programs, cover with modern official stamps, fair & exposition material, sports related material, advertising, documents, no telling what may be lurking inside, mixed condition, please inspect, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid$300
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Lot 280

U.S. and Foreign, Postal History, 1835-1975. Hundreds of better covers that includes first day covers, first flight covers with 25 first flight covers flown by the Army, also CAM's & FAM's, C18 first flights (2), stampless covers, hand drawn Donald Duck on a navy cover, mint postal cards, foreign includes Penny Black on cover and on card, display cards of 90 Great Britain #33, and much more, the thrill is in the hunt, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid$400
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Lot 281
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U.S. and Foreign, Cover Collection, 1872-1990. Exciting lot of many hundreds of covers that includes colonies cigarette card album, U.S. stampless covers, first day covers, cacheted events, postal history, mint sets, Navy covers, WWII patriotics, White Plains sheet, picture postcards, full mint sheet J88, inaugurals, postage, POW cards, British Coronation postcard, Rockwell Boy Scout first day cover collection, two shoe boxes of Canada covers, mixed condition, examination encouraged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid$300
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Lot 282
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U.S. and Foreign, Estate Balance, 19th and 20th Century. An eclectic potpourri of stamps and covers originally housed in seven plastic storage tubs; we note a U.S. $2.60 Zeppelin in Very Fine condition on cover, plus a myriad of 2¢ Red First Day Covers from the 1920s, stockbooks of used U.S. starting in the 19th century, full envelopes holding quantities of Parcel Posts used, envelope entires, mint postage (but stuck), Flight Covers, plus many thousands of worldwide stamps sorted by country, along with unsorted in cigar boxes; a selection of hundreds of worldwide commercial covers totally unpicked, and oh so much more; mixed condition, but a plethora of eBay lots, Fine to Very Fine, with better, well worth a look—there's no telling what you might find.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 283

U.S. and Foreign, Ephemera Selection, 1812-1960. Hundreds of items, with cabinet photos of royalty, lithographs by Eugene Delacroix, foreign documents, Presidential pamphlets, correspondence, magazine pages of early aviation, 19th century scrapbook of military articles mostly newspaper clippings, prints of William Shakespeare, 1866 Treaty Between U.S. and the Two Kettles Band of Dakota or Sioux Indians, cigar & cigar box labels, valentines, novelty for Hotel Byron Near Chilton, three books of pencil drawings, National Portrait Gallery Vol. 1 prints, photographs, 1903 train pass, extensive family correspondence, take some time out to examine this lot, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$300
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Lot 284

U.S. and Foreign, Postal History, 1851-1965. A few hundred mostly U.S. covers, with album of U.S. & foreign covers with a nice selection of #11's, CDV's with revenues, U.S. first day & cacheted covers, Canal Zone postal history, registered covers, censored covers, airmail covers, mixed condition, inspection invited, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 285

U.S. and United Nations, FDCs, 1936-95. Many hundreds of covers, UN predominates, but strong US stock as well; UN FDCs run 1951-95 from all three offices and include singles, issued sets, MI blocks, stationery, maximum cards and show cards; US run 1936-91 (with a handful of later as well): singles, plate blocks, stationery and special cancellations (Super Bowl XXXVII, 75th Rose Bowl parade, Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty), along with some mint and used stationery; duplication throughout (especially UN), with most covers Artmaster, Artcraft or Official UN cachets; some Ron Meyers, Fleetwoods, Softones and Andrews noted, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 286
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U.S. and Foreign, Collection, 1861-2005. An array of intriguing items, includes U.S. postal stationery, first day covers, cacheted event covers, railroad collection, cut squares, first flights, highway post offices, inauguration covers, revenue group, world wide collection of ships topical, world wide collection of ships topical, plenty of fun stuff to dig through, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 287

U.S. and Foreign, Accumulation, 1909-2000. Hundreds & hundreds of covers, includes U.S. first day covers, mint postal stationery, postage, plate blocks, full sheets, worldwide mint stamps & blocks, album of polar exploration covers, album of space related covers, album of war related covers, a Lincoln penny collection, and loads of mint & used worldwide stamps, a sure fire bargain, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid$200
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