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Lot 288
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U.S. and Possessions, Old Time Stamp Collection, 1845-1909. Type collection in old time Scott International large bound album with lovely gilt edged pages, with stamps carefully mounted in their proper place with some highlights that include: 9X1, 1-2, 9, 12, 15, 27, 28, 29, 30A, 36B, 37, 38, 39 mint, 71, 78, 86, 90, 91, 92-101, 112-17, 119 (2), 120-22, 134A, 135A, 138A, 139, 143, 144, mixed set of National and Continental banknotes, 215-18, 219-29, 248-63 (not checked because many had paper adherence to back), 230-45 (mostly mint, middle values from 6¢ to 30¢ are used), 277, 278, 285-93, 298-99 mint, 312, 331-42 (mint except higher values are used), E3 mint, E7 mint, mostly used officials (papers mostly correctly identified): O2-9, O10-14 (mostly unused), O15-24, O25-34, O35-45, O48-56, O57-68, O72-82, O83-93, PR1-4 mint, PR114-25 mint, R94a, perforated first issue revenues mostly complete only missing three expensive key stamps, R103-27, R134-49, R159-60, R179-81, R189, Confederate States 1 mint, Canal Zone 1-3, 4-8 mint, 27-30, 31-35, Guam 1-8, 10-12, E1, Hawaii mixed set of banknotes, red and black Provisionals only missing a few values, O1-6, Philippines 39-42, 43-47, some Alfonso XII with some overprints and a decent amount of Newspapers, mostly complete Alfonso XIII long sets, 212 mint, 224 mint, 226-36 mixed mint and used, E1 mint, J1-7 mint, Puerto Rico high level of completion of Alfonso XII and XIII sets, 210-14 mint, J1-3 mint, Samoa decent Palms with surcharges and Provisional overprints, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $12,000 - 18,000.
Current Bid$6,000
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Lot 289
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U.S. and Possessions, Vast Old Time Dealer Stock, 1850's-1930's. In old time Elbe stock book, a Scott specialty album, a group of possessions multiples on pages and a group of better U.S. issues in quantity in glassines, containing U.S. used: 92, 97, 162, 165, 166, 217, 218 (3), some telegraph stamps and mint: a few lower denomination pictorials, 205, 207 (6), 209, 212 (2), 214 (5), 215, 216, 219D, 221, 222 (6), 224, 228, 230 (14+), 231 (30+ unchecked for broken hat), 232 (7), 233 (11), 234 (11), 235 (4), 236 (10), 237 (10), 238 (5), 239, 242, 253, 272 (4), 273 (2), 281 (3), 282 (2), 282C, 285 (20), 286 (11), 287 (7), 288 (3), 289 (3), 290 (3), 293, 294 (50+), 295 (60+), 296 (11), 297 (13), 298 (11), 299 (10), 300 (7), 301 (4), 302, 303 (4), 304 (5), 305 (2), 306 (3), 307 (3), 308 (4), 309, 323 (14), 324 (12), 325 (3), 326, 327, 328 (11), 329 (14), 330 (4), 1909 Commems, Washington / Franklin coils, 397 (8), 398 (7), 401 (2), 402 (2), 407 (2), some flat plate and rotary coils, perf 11 Washington / Franklins to 30¢, a few offsets, 573, 648 (20), a bunch of 2¢ reds and 3¢ purples in quantity, O90, K5, K7, K12, RW1 (2), RW2 with plate number, RW3 with plate number, RW4, RW5 (3), RW6, RW7, RW8, RW9 (3), RW11 (3), RW12 (3), RW13 (block and single), RW14 (2), RW15 (3), RW19, Canal Zone 116 oversize plate block of 50, 120-35 mint blocks of four and set of singles, J2, Philippines 383-96 two sets of blocks of four, various blocks and singles of 1906-1920's pictorial issues in various watermarks and perforations, C18-28, E1, Puerto Rico 210-16, unusual Aerovias Puerto Rico 1¢ to $1 private airmail set of 8, o.g., some never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine, great hoard from old time dealer that has been hidden away for several decades, but now is available for a new generation of collectors.
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
Current Bid$3,000
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Lot 290
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U.S., Trust Territories and U.N., Better Quality Dealer Stock, 1910's-90's. Neatly organized in hundreds of glassines and dealer "104 cards", with many great fresh complete sound sets with Scott values from a little under a dollar to a little over $100, consisting of United States (including 450 line pair, 452 line pair, J52, J67, PR9), Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Palau, Ryukyus, United Nations, Geneva and Vienna, o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
2017 Scott $5,700+ (Owner's) Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 291
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U.S. Possessions, Mint & Used Collection, 1880-1950. A brilliant lot with many better items, some include Canal Zone 19var missing "Canal Zone", mint Hawaii 73, used 49, Hawaii 31 tied by target cancel to cover to Oahu with PF certificate, covers from Guam, mint UX1 & UX3 Puerto Rico, and a binder with a Canal Zone collection, if you want to restock or start a new area of interest, this lot's for you, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 292
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U.S. Possessions, Far-and-Wide Collection. Mixed mint and used, mounted or hinged on a variety of album pages or stockpages; includes Canal Zone, Cuba, Guam, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Palau, Philippines, Puerto Rico and Ryukyus (2 collections, 1 mint, 1 used); fresh and clean throughout; we note Canal Zone #16 type b ("Paxama" error), Airs and Dues; Philippines "Victory" overprints; Puerto Rico Revenues; Ryukyus virtually complete parallel, etc., etc., Fine to Very Fine with better, nice selection with room to grow; worth careful review.
Scott $3,273 Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid$300
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