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Lot 297
Hawaii, Small Collection, 1860's-1899. Containing 5cts. Kamehameha III, banknotes (with a few Provisional overprints) with the real value in a complete sets of 1894 American Banknote and 1898 Schmidt, Kahului Railroad issues with the majority of the stamps used, except for 6¢ and 18¢, condition appears better than usual with only a few small faults, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $2,800.
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Lot 298
Hawaii, The Aloha Collection, 1864-99. Solidly complete, on a mix of cut-down Minkus album pages, three stockpages plus a manila stockpage with duplicates; all items on album pages identified by Scott number, with colors and shades noted; the collection's strength is in its cancels, which come in a variety of designs and colors—the three stockpages, in fact, are nothing but cancels, both on off-paper stamps and on piece, including fancy and town cancels; duplicates are useful for the variety hunter or dealer, Fine to Very Fine, worth review.
Scott approximately $3,250 Estimate $600 - 800.
Realized $1,200.
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