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Lot 63
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U.S., Phenomenal and Spectacular Mostly Mint Collection. In overflowing Scott National hingeless album; a huge album containing an extraordinary selection for by a serious collection with a keen eye for quality; this valuable holding begins with a nice selection of the 1851 imperforate issues including examples of 9X1, 7, 9, 11, 14-15 and 17; 1857 perforated issues 18, 20, 22, 25-26, 27, 29-30A, 32-33, and 35-38, 1875 reprint #40; 1861 issues include #'s 56, 68-72, and 75-76; scarcer grills include 88-90, and 92-98, lovely 1869 Pictorials 112-121, some scarce Banknote issues 134-137, 141, 145-153, 155, 156-163, 166, 182-91, 206-218, 219-229; 1893 Columbians to the $3.00 - 230-243; 1894 unwatermarked first Bureau issues 246-262, 1895 watermarked 264-277 and new colors 279-284; 1898 Trans-Mississippi complete 285-293 along with 1901 Pan-Ams 294-299; 1902-03 regular issue 300-312 plus 315; 323-330; a wonderful array of better Washington Franklin issues including 331-42 complete, 374-382 complete, some scarcer coil pairs, 392-396 line pairs, 397-404 complete, 414-423 complete, 424-440 complete (440 is used), 452-458 pairs or line pairs, 468-476, and 478-480, 498-518 (no 505), elusive 523-524, plus 1918 Offset issues; Fourth bureau include 551-573, 581-591, 597-606 singles and pairs or line pairs includes 599A single and line pair, a handsome 1926 White Plains sheet #630; 1929 Kansas Nebraskas 658-679 complete; then the collection is virtually complete through 1993 including Prexies and Liberty series; Back of the book include Airmail issues COMPLETE C1-C131 - including a lovely set of Zeppelins C13-C15; Special Delivery issues are quite choice and complete E1-E13; Postage Dues are well represented with J1-J7 (mixed used and mint), J15-J21 unused complete, J22-J28 unused complete, Scarcer J29 and J30, J31-J37, J38-J44 complete, J45-J50 complete, J52-J57 (missing the scarce J58); the 1912 Parcel Post are complete Q1-12 along with Parcel Post Due JQ1-5; Ducks are mixed used or mint RW1-RW60 complete to 1993; you won;'t believe the completeness of this wonderful collection that is virtually all unused except for a few back of the book issues; as in any huge unpicked lot there may be an occasional cancel removed or cleaned on the scarcer unused classics, but that is to be expected on a collection of this size; you'll find a treasure trove of nice looking, usable stamps to choose from - don't miss this wonderful collection - it's as good as advertised.
Estimate $30,000 - 40,000.
Current Bid$15,000
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Lot 64
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U.S., Astounding Mint & Used Collection, 1847-2000. Presented for your viewing pleasure, in six volumes, better mint with 10X1, 10X2, 3,4, 242, 278 block of four, 279Bc block of four, 357-358, 479, 480, White Plains sheet, Kansas-Nebraska issue complete, C13-C15, E2, used includes 1, 2, 9 with red cancel, 10, 19b with PF 2016 certificate, 29, 38, 79 with 2004 APEX certificate, 124, 125, 128, 130-132, large Bank Notes with better cancels, excellent selection of Washington Franklins, and that's just one volume, an extensive and choice collection including many of the high percentage items that are never found in such holdings, this is one that any dealer or collector would be proud to own, a few flaws, but overall Fine to Very Fine with many NH stamps.
Scott $90,000+ Estimate $20,000 - 30,000.
Current Bid$10,000
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Lot 65
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U.S., Extraordinary Better Quality Valuable Collection. Meticulously assembled in a Lighthouse hingeless album; loaded with plenty of valuable stamps that would please any collector or dealer; beginning with a gorgeous 10¢ 1847 issue - Scott #2 with gorgeous red grid cancellation; a nice array of imperforate 1851's including 13-14 and 17; 1857 perforated issues 23-26, 28, 29-30A, 36, 36b, and 38; nice group of 1861's - 62B, 67, 67a, 69-70, 70b steel blue shade, 71-72; nice 1867 grills - 89, 91, 96-98 100-102; 1869 Pictorials 117-122, select group of better 1870's Banknotes includes 155, 165-166, 191, and 218, choice unused 1890's regulars 224-227 and 229; 1893 Columbians complete 230-245; nice Bureaus 246-259, 270-273, 275-276, 276A, and 279-284; choice 1902-03 regular issues 300-310 and a valuable 313; Washington Franklins are well represented 331-342, 414-421, 424-439, some better coils, 479-480, 506-518, 523-524, and 547; choice set of 551-573, 581-591, a choice 630 White Plains sheet, and 658-679; there's choice 1938 Prexies along with a nice group of 26 modern imperforate coil pairs from 1305Eg to 2913A; an outstanding collection - much nicer than normally encountered.
Estimate $20,000 - 30,000.
Current Bid$10,000
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Lot 66
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U.S., Phenomenal Collection. One of the most desirable United States collections being offered in this auction; housed in two spacious Scott National albums, this collection has a super abundance of choice quality mint and used stamps; highlights of this jam packed collection include lovely examples of the United State's first postage stamps, Scott #'s 1 & 2, each with neat red grid cancellations; the imperf 1851's include #'s 8A (with Doporto plating certificate), 10A with A.P.S. certificate, 12-15, and 17; the 1857 perforated issues include 35-38, with a nice appearing used #39 with a red grid cancellation; 1861's include blocks of #'s 65 and 68, along with a rare unused (regummed) Scott #64 - the scarce pink shade, with Weiss certificate; better 1867 grills include #79 - grilled all over, 84 with Weiss certificate, 85 with Weiss certificate, along with complete 86-91 E grills and 92-100 F grills; 1869 Pictorials complete to the 30¢ - #112-121; better 1870's Banknote issues 145-155, 156-166 (no 164), 182-191, 212-218 and 219-229; 1893 Columbians 230-240 and 242; 1894 unwatermarked Bureaus 246-260; watermarked 1895 Bureaus 264-277, and 1898 new colors complete 279-284; 1898 Trans-Mississippi 285-291; 1901 Pan-Ams 294-299 complete; 1902 regular issue 300-312; wonderful group of Washington Franklin issues 331-342 complete, 374-382 complete, various better flat plate coils in singles or pairs and even some line pairs; 24-440 complete, there are two 505 error blocks - one an off centered block of 9 with single error, along with a nice double error block/12 with two errors; attractive 523-524 and 547; 551-569 plus two 573's, 599A type II coil pair, a choice 1926 #630 White Plains souvenir sheet/25; 1929 Kansas-Nebraska complete 658-679; Back of the book include complete Airmails C1-C150 that includes a select unused set of the 1930 Zeppelins C13-C15; Special Delivery complete E1-E23; there are some decent Postage Dues including J1-7, J15-20, J22-28, J31-37, J38-J43, J46-49, and J52-56; 11919 Shanghai overprints K1-17; 1913 Parcel Post complete Q1-12; and this impressive collection wraps up with some choice Confederate States issues; a wonderful collection for any dealer looking for choice usable stamps from a collection that hasn't been picked over.
Estimate $12,000 - 18,000.
Current Bid$6,000
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Lot 67
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U.S., Specialized Used Collection. H.E. Harris Minuteman album absolutely overflowing with wonderful used U.S.; formed by a very particular collector who selected only premium quality stamps for his collection; the collection begins with decent 1847 issue Scott #'s 1 & 2, each with light red cancels; imperf 1851's include 7, 9-11, 14-15, and 17; 1857 perfed issues 18, 20, 22-28, 29-30, 30A, 31-33 and 35-38; Civil War issues 67-73, and 75-78; 1867 grills 86-91 and 92-101 complete; 1869 Pictorials 112-119 and a faulty 122; 1870's Banknotes 137-38, 145-55, 156-66 (no 164), 182-191, and 219-29; 1893 Columbian issues 230-243 ($3 value is faulty); 1894 unwatermarked First bureaus 246-262; 1895 watermarked 264-278, 1898 Trans-Mississippi issues 285-293; 1902-03 regular series 300-313; nice Washington Franklin issues 331 to 547, with some dubious flat plate coils; complete 551-73, beautiful #630 White Plains sheet with light slogan cancellations; complete Kansas Nebraskas 658-679; along with attractive Farley sheets and 1938 Prexies; Back of the book include Airmails complete featuring an outstanding used set of Zeppelins C13-C15; complete Special Delivery, nearly complete Postage Dues - missing only the Special Printings, J50 and J58; complete and extremely scarce used Shanghai overprints K1-K18 a beautiful selection of cut squares; and Duck Hunting Permit stamps complete from RW1 to RW43; this collection ends with an attractive group of United Nations; a premium collection with dozens of better usable stamps - unpicked as received - being sold intact per instructions of the owner; a wonderful opportunity for the astute dealer looking for those hidden sleepers that are included in this fascinating lot.
Estimate $12,000 - 18,000.
Current Bid$6,000
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Lot 68

U.S., Valuable Collection. Spectacular holding of over 150 unused items neatly presented on two Safe stock books loaded with a huge number of scarce and valuable U. S. stamps; with a Scott catalog value well in excess of $90,000, there's plenty of rarities to choose from and we'll try to mention a few; there's a wonderful group of unused early classics including #'s 10X1, 10, 14 and 77; 1869 Pictorials include 115-116, 117 with A.P.S. cert., and 119; Banknotes 150, 153 with A.P.S. certificate, 162, and 218; Columbians to the 30¢; Bureaus include a rare #263 along with used examples of 277-278; choice Washington-Franklins including 377 plate block, 394 line pair, 414 plate block, and 500; Back of the Book extremely well represented with a wonderful group of Special Deliveries, Postage Dues, Officials and Newspaper stamps; the Newspaper stamps are particularly choice and all are correctly identified - neatly presented on individual #104 cards; don't miss out on this incredible holding - as the number of scarce and rare stamps is well worth your careful examination.
Scott $90,000+ Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Current Bid$5,000
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Lot 69
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U.S., Incredible All Used Collection. Housed in sturdy Scott National album; a wonderful achievement trying to obtain every stamp from 1847 all the up to 1974 in genuinely used condition; a collection that would be difficult to duplicate; highlights are numerous and in include a four margin Scott #1, decent 1851 imperfs 7, 9 x (2), 10-12, 24-15, and 17; some choice 1857 perforated issues - 27, 30, 30A, 36 and 37; attractive 1861's including #72; better grills 85B, 87-91, and 97-98; 1869 Pictorials 112-121; Banknote issues 134-137, 141, 145-155, 156-166 (not 164), 182-191, and 219-229; 1893 Columbian issue up to the $3 - 230-243; 1894 unwatermarked First Bureau issue 246-262; 1895 watermarked 264-278 complete; 1898 Trans-Mississippi 285-293 complete; an extraordinary selection of Washington-Franklin issues, 331-42, 343-347, 348-355, 357-358, 374-382, 390-396 coil pairs, 405-423, 424-440, 443-458, plus 446 line pair, and scarce 447 pair; 452-458 pairs or line pairs, 262-480 (no 476A), 486-497 pairs (no 491), 523-533, 551-573, 599A line pair - scarce; a lightly cancelled #630 White Plains sheet; 658-679; used Farley's, Prexies (including coils); Back of the book includes a choice selection of Airmail issues C1-C6, C13 x (2), C14 and C18; Special Delivery complete E1-E23; Excellent Postage Dues J1-7, J15-21, J22-28, J29, J31-37, J38-44, J45-50, J52-57 (the J58 is not genuine and is not counted); plus 1912 Parcel Post Q1-Q12; finding genuinely used Washington Franklin coils is incredibly difficult and this collection has more than it's share of genuine coils with contemporary cancellations; a real joy to write up as it is an unusual and interesting group of stamps.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Current Bid$5,000
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Lot 70
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U.S., Desirable and Exceptional Collection. Neatly housed in a Mystic Heirloom hingeless album; loaded with plenty of select salable stamps, this collection begins with the 1847 5¢ and 10¢ 1847 issue, both choice used examples, each with red grid cancellations; there's a nice group of used 1870's Banknote issues along with 219-229 complete, there are several better high value Columbians, including choice used examples of 241-2 and 245, 1894 unwatermarked Bureau issues include a rare mint #263 - small hinge remnant (Scott catalog value - $4,000.00; there's an attractive used 278, 1898 Trans-Mississippi complete 285-293, 1901 Pan-American complete 294-299, 1902-03 regular issues complete 300-313, an interesting #367 top left corner margin block/24 which includes a full left side plate block, there's a choice group of Washington Franklin issues including #523, there's also a handsome #630 White Plains sheet/25 hinged; lots of value to be found, particularly in the more expensive Columbians, Trans-Mississippis and Bureau issues.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Current Bid$5,000
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Lot 71
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U.S., Two Comprehensive Collections. Offered as one intact lot; each collection neatly mounted on pages - one on Leuchtturm Hingeless, the other on Scott National album pages; collection #1 is a high quality used collection featuring select stamps chosen for centering and color; highlights include #'s 7, 9, 30A, 38, 70-72, 9-90, 116, 1893 Columbians to the 50¢ plus a choice $2.00 value, 276A-278, 1898 Trans-Mississippi's 285-292, 300-312, wonderful group of Washington-Franklins, including 523, then the collection is mint from 1920 on and includes 551-573 complete, a choice 630 White Plains souvenir sheet/25, 1929 Kansas-Nebraskas 658-679 complete, plus a nice group of Farleys; Back of the book include Airmails C2-C12 unused and a complete used set of 1930 Zeppelins C13-C15, Special deliveries are choice used examples E1-11, a smattering of choice Postage Dues, and a lovely complete set of the 1909 Parcel Post issue in used condition Q1-12; collection #2 is a mixed used and mint collection that begins with a used #9, a nice selection of 1870's Banknote issues, 230-240 - 1893 Columbians to the 50¢, 285-291 - 1898 Trans-Mississippi issues to the 50¢, choice mostly used Washington-Franklin plus some nice mint 1913-1915 Panama-Pacific issues 397-400 and 401-403, complete 551-573 (high values used), complete 658-679 (678 used - precancelled), 704-715 complete in plate blocks of 4 - 704-715, select perforated National Park perfed and imperforate plate blocks 740-749 and 756-765 complete; a ton of value to be found in these two interesting collections; well worth a look.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Current Bid$5,000
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Lot 72

U.S., Outstanding Collection. Impressive top quality collection in Scott National album loaded with numerous better quality mint stamps; includes 239 x (2), 240, 551-573, 599A, 630 White Plains sheet/25, 658-679 x (4) complete sets; Airmails C1-C6, C13, C18 x (8); a nice group of Special Deliveries; outstanding Postage Dues J1-J7, J15-J21, J22-J28, etc.; Parcel Post Q2-Q11; plus some interesting covers; well worth careful examination.
Scott $30,000+ Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
Current Bid$3,000
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Lot 73
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U.S., Extraordinary Collection. Nice quality, nearly all mint/unused U.S. collection neatly presented on Mystic album pages or on stock sheets with a particularly strong emphasis on better Washington-Franklins, including a select group of more valuable certified coils (P.S.E. or P.F. certificates); the collection starts with 294-299 complete, the 1902 series - 300-309, and a 100% genuine #315 imperforate single with huge margins on all sides - with just a bare suggestion of faint hinge mark! there are 323-327 and 328-330 complete; Washington-Franklins begin with 331-341, 343-347 complete; scarcer coils including 350 w/2015 P.F.C., 352 used coil single w/P.F. cert., 352 pair 2mm spacing w/P.S.E. cert., 353 choice coil pair w/P.F. cert., 355 w/P.F. cert., 357 w/P.S.E. graded cert. VF-XF-85, 358 w/P.S.E. cert., 359 (small thin), 374-382 complete, 390-396 complete, 397-404 complete (the 404 is NICE), 414-423 complete, 424-440 complete, 445-447 genuine coils, 449 genuine used coil single, 452-458, 460, 467 error of color, 468-475, 477 w/P.F. cert., 478-480, 498-518 (no 505), 523-524, 525-530, 545-547 and a 547; Fourth Bureaus include 573, 581-591, 595, 639a imperf between (regummed and creased) w/P.S.E. cert., and 658-679 complete; a handsome assembling of numerous better stamps with a high catalog value, who's break-up value would be huge; definitely do not miss out reviewing this beautiful collection - you'll be glad you did.
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
Current Bid$3,000
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Lot 74

U.S., Handsome Collection. Extremely desirable U.S. collection neatly presented on quadrille pages; virtually all mint; strong in the 1895-98 Bureau issues and a wonderful representation of better Washington-Franklins; highlights include 219-229 (no 219D); 246-263 complete 264-278 complete, 300-309, 331-342 complete, 374-382 complete, 390-396 coil singles, 414-423 complete perf 12's; 424-439 mint (440 used); 443-447 choice coils, 469-475, 506-518, 523-524 choice (524 is N.H.), 571-573, an excellent 595, 599A, 634A with plate number, 658-679 complete, and 1938 Prexies and 1950's Liberty series; a wonderful opportunity for any dealer looking for a choice selection of better/usable stamps to expand their inventory.
Scott $35,000+ Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
Current Bid$3,000
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Lot 75
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U.S., Collection, 1869-1985. Mounted in Minkus All American album, containing highlights that include: 114, 214, 257, 279Bj, 288, 294-99, 300-9, 300b, 319g, 323-27, 328-30, 331-42, 332a, 343-47 pairs, 367-73, 374a, 375a, 376-77, 379-82, 397-400A, 401-4, 407, 414-20, 422, 424-31, 434-440, 453 line pair, 454 line pair, 462-66, 469-73, 476, 479-80, 486-90 line pairs, 492-97 line pairs, 498-504, 498f, 501b, 502b, 506-518, 523, 524, 526-28B, 532 pair, 534A pair, 538a block of four, 540a block of four, 547, 551-73, 578-79, 581-91, 583a, 595, 599A line pair, 630, 634A, 658-79, 692-701, 803-34, 1030-53, C1-6, C10a, E1-3, E5-9, Q1-12, JQ1-5, K1-3, K5-6, K9-11, K13, K17-18, RVB1-2, RW8-9, RW13-15, RW19, RW21-23, RW33, RW35, plus some duplicates 325, 472, 502b, 579, 834 (2) and C6. Condition seems better than most, with the collector filling in his collection with mostly nice clean mint stamps, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
Current Bid$3,000
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Lot 76

U.S., Old Time Collection. Interesting and valuable old time Nassau album with a desirable array of better stamps; early issues include 1893 Columbians still stuck down on the album page complete except 2¢ and $4 values, and 230-240 in choice never hinged condition; 397-400, 407, 415 and 419; Q1-Q12 complete and JQ1-JQ5 complete; then there are attractive sheets of 372, 548-550 sheets/60, and Q2 and Q4 sheets/50; a great lot with lots of potential.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Current Bid$2,500
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Lot 77

U.S., Better Collection. Lovely Lindner Hingeless album along with pages from Scott album absolutely loaded with choice quality mostly mint stamps; early used issues include a decent three margin #1, and a choice 9 horizontal pair; better quality unused stamps begin with the 1893 Columbians 230-237; the "money" in this attractive lot is in the outstanding selection of better Washington-Franklin issues, which include 331-340, 390-396, 414-420, 422, 424-440 mixed mint and used, a genuine imperf coil single of 459, 462-476, and a lovely 477 with fresh full original gum - hinged, and choice examples of 479-480; there's 545-546 and even a choice 547; there are the 3 high value 1938 Presidentials, and the Airmail issues include choice C2-C6; this is a wonderful lot that shouldn't be missed, as it has an abundance of dozens and dozens of usable stamps for any dealer or collector.
Scott $21,000+ Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Current Bid$2,500
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Lot 78
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U.S., Desirable Mint and Used Collection. Meticulously featured in a beautiful Scott Platinum Hingeless album; pretty sparse up until the 1869 Pictorials, this handsome collection includes 219-229 complete, 1893 Columbians to the 50¢ - 230-240, some decent 1894-1895 Bureau issues, Trans-Mississippi issues to the 50¢, 300-311, 323-327, 328-330, 331-342, 367-373, 374-382, some better Washington Franklin coil singles, 397-404, 414-423, 424-440, Fourth Bureau 551-573, 581-591, and even a choice set of 1929 Kansas-Nebraska issues 658-679; a very usable lot that took a particular collector many years to assemble.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Current Bid$2,500
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Lot 79
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U.S., Low Quality - High Cat. Value Collection. Impressive collection assembled by collection looking to fill every spot without spending a fortune; this valuable holding is presented in Showguard mounts on Scott National album pages; loaded with value - beginning with a decent 5¢ 1847 issue with a manuscript pen stroke cancellation; we spotted a decent group of 1857 perforated issues 18, 20, 28b, 29, 30A, and 36-38, also 1861's 67-72 and 75-78 decent E grills 89-90, complete F grills 92-101, 1869 Pictorials complete 112-122, a lovely selection of 1870's Banknote issues; 1893 Columbians almost complete 230-243 and 245, 1894 Bureaus 246-262, complete 1898 Trans-Mississippi 285-293, impressive Washington-Franklins, including #523, unused set of 1929 Kansas-Nebraskas 658-679, complete 1938 Prexies, and 1950's Liberty series, Back of book include some Airmails with an unused C18; a few Special Delivery issues, a nice group of Postage Dues, nice Officials including a couple multiples, complete 1912 Parcel Post Q1-Q12, plus cut squares, revenues, documentary, proprietary, and stock transfer issues; a boat load of stamps that can be had for a small percentage of catalog value.
Scott $80,000 (Owner's) Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Current Bid$2,500
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Lot 80
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U.S., Tremendous Lifetime Collection. Housed in four red albums; a wonderful and valuable holding that would enhance any dealer's existing inventory - as it's overflowing with hundreds of better "key" pieces that would be quite salable if broken down and sold individually; Volume 1 includes premium pre-1939 mint singles, the highlights which include #11, 20, 30A. 32-33, and 76-78; unused Banknotes include 145-47, 149, 151, 156-159, 161, 178-79, 182-185, 188-190, and 206-218; 219-229 complete, Columbians to the $1 value, 230-241; First Bureaus 246-260, 264-276A, and new colors 279-84; Trans-Mississippi issues 285-291, 1901 Pan-Ams complete 294-99; 1902-03 regular issues 300-312; choice Washington Franklin issues 331-42, 374-380, 382, 367-373, 390-96, 397-404, 414-423, 424-435, 438, 452-455, 457-8, 468, 471-474, 478, 501-518 with a nice 505 error, 523-24 and 547, 525-532, Fourth Bureau 551-573 complete, 581-591, 658-679, complete 1938 Prexies including coils, and complete Airmail issues up to C24 which includes an outstanding mint set of Zeppelins C13-C15; you'll also find a eye catching selection of 2¢ Reds and 1931 Red Cross stamps in different plate number singles plus some interesting cross shifts on the 2¢ Red Cross stamp; Volume 2 is a specialized plate number strip and plate block collection and includes better strips such as #246-7, 250, 252, 270, and 294-295; better plate blocks include 367, 370-373, 374, 401, 424-425 Coil Stamps plates/10, 483-484, 504, 509, 512, 535 x (4), 531 x (4), 537, 548-550 complete Pilgrims, 610-612, 614-617, choice 2¢ Red plates, a large number of 702-703 plates, 740-749 and 756-765 plates; Volumes 3 and 4 are inexpensive stamps and plate blocks including Liberty Series plates 1030-1053 and some postage due issues; the vast majority of the "meat" of this collection is in volumes 1 and 2 - so careful review of these better stamps should be your aim while evaluating this impressive holding.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Current Bid$2,500
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Lot 81
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U.S., PSE Graded Selection, 1894-1966. 98 mostly different stamps with 87 graded certificates and 11 encapsulated by PSE (and one stamp graded by PSAG), with some notable stamps that include: 234 PSAG graded 95 previously hinged, 285 XF-Sup 95J previously hinged, 367 XF 90 NH, 398 XF 90 NH, 401 XF-Sup 95J previously hinged, 401 XF-Sup 95 previously hinged, 405 Gem 100 previously hinged, 408 Gem 100J NH, 466 XF-Sup 95 previously hinged, 506 Superb 98J hinged, 508 Superb 98 previously hinged, 512 XF 90J NH, 515 XF-Sup 95 hinged, 516 XF-Sup 95 previously hinged, 525 Superb 98J previously hinged, 537 Superb 98J previously hinged, 530 XF-Sup 95J NH, 550 XF 90J NH, 606 line pair XF-Sup 95 NH, 611 Gem 100J NH, 616 XF 90 NH (2), 617 Superb 98 NH, 619 XF-Sup 95 NH, 619 Superb 98 NH, 646 Superb 98 previously hinged, 654 XF-Sup 95J NH, 719 Superb 98 NH, 754 Gem 100J NGAI, three 3¢ Commemoratives graded Gem 100 NH, 1316 Gem 100 NH, C6 XF 90 previously hinged, C9 Superb 98 NH, C24 XF-Sup 95J NH, C25 Superb 98 NH (6), E16 Superb 98 NH, Q6 XF 90J previously hinged, Q12 VF 80 previously hinged, Q12 XF 90 disturbed o.g. and O36 Fine 70J hinged, mostly o.g., generally Fine to Very Fine centering.
SMQ $9,822.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Current Bid$2,500
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Lot 82
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U.S., Collection, 1847-1945. In Scott American album, plus some loose Scott National pages, containing used: 1, 38, 71-72, 76, 76-78, 112-17, 119 (2), 145-55, 190-91, 208, 217-18, 219-29, 230-42, 264-76, 285-92, 300-11, 523, 658-68, 679, C1-6, C13-15, good banknote postage dues, O63, PR65, PR120, PR122, perforated first issue revenues mostly complete (only missing six stamps), R136, R142, R147, private die proprietary group, Hawaii including 34 and mint: 214, 328-30, 397-400, 614-21 (2 sets), 658-79, recalled Legends of the West pane in blue folder, K1-5, PR2, PR4, RW1, RW8 and Confederate States 13 block of four, nice old time collection that has been squirreled away for many years and is now available to fresh collectors once again, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Current Bid$2,000
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Lot 83
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U.S., Attractive Collection. A lovely assortment of stamps meticulously presented in a gorgeous Scott Hingeless album; all used prior to 1890, unused thereafter, you'll find plenty of choice stamps in this quality offering; bit sparse prior to 1890, but there are some choice 1861 issues including 68-73 and 75-77; 1869 Pictorial issue 112-117, then the unused, more valuable stamps start beginning with 220-227 230-237, 253-54 and 257, 264-269 plus 266-67 combination types II and III pair, 271-273, 294-99 complete, 300-308, 1909 commemoratives 367-373, attractive selection of lovely Washington Franklin issues 331-339, 357-358, 374-379, 393-396, 397-400, 414-418, 420, 424-435, 462-465, 469-471, and 471-473, 498-516, 518, 525-534A; Fourth bureau issues 551-573, 581-592, 632-642 including scarcer 634A, 658-679, 692-701, ice group of Farley's including a set of arrow position blocks/4 along with a better set of the center line blocks/4; then there are complete Prexies including coils; a wonderful collection that should handsomely enrich the lucky buyer.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Current Bid$2,000
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Lot 84
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U.S., An Extensive Collection From 1847 to Late 1980s. Neatly mounted in a Scott National Album containing mostly used stamps prior to 1900 and mostly unused stamps thereafter, most catalog value is in used stamps prior to 1900. Some stamps were wrongly placed in spaces indicating higher value, these have been identified, left in place and the catalog value reduced accordingly. The condition is very mixed as would be expected with most early stamps having faults, later stamps fare better with most unused stamps having original gum. Some highlights include Scott 1,72(2),95,101,119(2),166(2),262,277, numerous officials and other back of book all in used condition, also unused 217,230-237,291,294-299,323-330,630,658-679, a decent selection of early Washington-Franklin issues as well as some useful back of book material including duck stamps. This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a large number of desirable U.S. stamps at a reasonable price., Very Good/Very Fine.
Scott $28,000+ Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Current Bid$2,000
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Lot 85
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U.S., Valuable Mint Collection, 1857-1995. Several hundred stamps housed in three albums, two sheet files, a counterbook and a small box, the material includes mint 26, 231-238, 240, 295-297, 268, 271, 503-516, 568, 581-589, block of four C1,O89, full sheets of 646 (2), 647, 657, 805, 809 (2), 821, and that is just a sampling of what awaits the winning bidder, uncommon material abounds, inspection invited, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $22,000 Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Current Bid$2,100
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Lot 86
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U.S., Useful & Valuable Mint & Used Collection, 1851-1980. Presented in a Scott album, you will find used 15, 29, 36, 71, 75-76, 113-117, 121, 151 with red cancel, excellent coverage of Officials, mint 230-237, 289, 299, 326, 548-550, 573, Kansas-Nebraska overprints complete, Prexies complete, Liberty Issue complete, C1, C3-C6, C10a, C18, K2-K7, K10, K12, K14, plus newspapers, revenues & CSA, nice selection of mint Ducks, tremendous break up value, detailed inspection will unearth any NH, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Current Bid$1,500
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Lot 87
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U.S., Collection, 1860's-1990's. With a strong revenue section plus several hundred dollars worth of USPS postage, containing a used collection of singles to 1990, sparse in the classic issues, a plate block album from 1964-1979 with $190 worth of face value postage, 12 unused Columbian Expedition postal cards, an album with a couple three ring binders of booklets from 1917-1990's with $100's worth of cumulative face value postage, a revenue collection in Scott Specialty pages with some nice first to third issue revenues, documentary, wine, beer, distilled spirits and a few miscellaneous extreme back of the book revenues, with highlights that include: R17c, R73c, R79c, R80c, R90c, R98c, R100c, R113, R114, R116, R128, R142, R149, R160, R435, R510 punch cancel, R732 perfin cancel, RD184, RD208, RVB1-2, WS2, an album of private die proprietary stamps on Aldrich pages with several dozen different stamps, a nice fresh unused album of locals from the Carriers and Locals society and finally an album of Hawaii post local labels from 2000-2006, a useful collection with the occasional unusual items sure to catch your interest, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Current Bid$1,500
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Lot 88
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U.S., Collection of Singles and Plate Blocks, 1851-1993. Well-organized, housed in six Elbe binders and an envelope in a small box; a modest amount of 19th-century used, plus mint singles including #210, 230-232, 234-235, 285-286, 303-304, 306, 417, 506-507, 509, 512, 548-550, 551-559, 562-565, 571, 614-616, 617-619, 658-668, C1-C5, C18; plate blocks include #525, 527, 528, 530, 534, 549, 563, 576-577, 614 (2), 617, 618 (2), 627, 628, 631, 643 (2), 644 (2), 645-646 (2 each), 654-655 (2), 657 (2), 660, 670, 680-683 (2), 688 (2), 692-694 (2), 697, 704//714, 740-749 (2), 803-831 (2), C7 (2), C8 (2), C10, C11 (2), C17 (2), C20-C22, C25-C31 (2), CE1-CE2 (2), etc.; condition of plate blocks is mainly Fine-Very Fine with many never hinged; a few scattered faults on earlier issues (mainly used), but the bulk of the value is in the mint items, with $249 in face, not Scott, value, inspect.
Scott $14,611 Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Current Bid$1,500
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Lot 89
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U.S., Collections and Stock, 1851-1943. In two hingeless albums (KaBe and Lindner) plus a couple smaller stock books, KaBe album containing used: 7 (2), 14, 15, 20, 70, 76-78, 96-98, 112-20 (a couple lower values appear mint), National (without grill), Continental and American banknotes appear early complete except for a couple missing high values, 264-76 and containing mint: 230-41 ($1 Columbian is damaged), 285-91, 294-99, 300-8, 323-27, 328-30, 1909 Commemorative horizontal pairs, 342, 399, 400A, 1922 Bureaus mixed rotary and flat plates to $1, 581-91 (2¢ misidentified), 692-701, 658-79, 803-34, Lindner album containing 692-701, Farley souvenir sheets, 803-34, 1030-53 and two stock books contain a stock of used classics and Hawaii in quantity and mint 1930's Washington Bicentennial and Harding issue in quantity. Nice little lot with plenty of scattered hidden value, o.g. or without gum as issued, generally Fine to Very Fine.
2008 Brookman $5,886 (Owner's).
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Current Bid$1,300
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Lot 90

U.S., Select Collection. Presented on album pages neatly housed in a box; a wide assortment of better early used classics, but the strength of this collection is in the Back Of The Book issues, including Airmail issues C1-C3 in singles and in blocks of four; attractive Postage Dues, and even a lovely complete set of the 1909 Parcel Post issues Q1-Q12; Ducks stamps include numerous modern $5 an $7.50 plate blocks; a well rounded collection that is unpicked and still contains many useful well centered stamps.
Scott $11,000+ Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,500
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Lot 91

U.S., Uncut Farley Sheets in Tube (Scott 752-770). Fabulous collection of 19 different uncut sheets neatly curled up in their original Post Office tube; immaculate no gum as issued uncut sheets of 752-753 - the Peace and Byrd issues; 754-755 Mother's Day & Wisconsin issues, 756-765 imperf National Parks uncut panes of 200, along with 771 pane/200, also 766-767 uncut sheets containing 9 souvenir sheets each, and 769-770 uncut press panes containing 20 souvenir sheets in each; uncommonly fresh and choice condition; well worth a serious bid.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,000
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Lot 92

U.S., Handsome Collection. Wonderful top quality collection on specialty pages neatly presented in Showguard mounts; hand picked by a quality conscious collector, this lovely collection would be a great start for any collector looking to further expand upon; highlights include #'s 325 with P.F. cert., 329 with P.S.E. cert., 367-372 with a GEM #370 with P.F. cert., there are some better Washington-Franklin issues plus a couple better booklet panes, plus some decent coils; there a complete set of 1929 Kansas-Nebraska overprints, decent Farleys and 1938 Prexies; this lot is topped off by a Recalled Legends souvenir sheet in original blue envelope from the Post Office.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,000
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U.S., Mint & Used Collection, 1857-1960. Residing in a hand decorated album on homemade pages, mint has White Plains Sheet, Kansas-Nebraska complete with a couple used, Prexies complete, Liberty Issue complete, C18, used includes 10, 30, 35-36, 71, 112-117, 119, 121, excellent Bank Notes, 230-240, 291, excellent Washington Franklins, with special deliveries, postage dues and parcel posts, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,000
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U.S., Collection, 1851-1960's. Old time Perfection album containing mint: 239-40, 285-91, 343 block of four with Durland reported scarce plate number, Farley gutter pairs, C3, C5-6, C13-15, J75, Q6-8, Q10-11 and used 68-72, 76-78, 89-91, 92 (2), 95-98, 112-17, 119 (2), 121, a couple sets mixed (National, Continental and American) banknotes, 212-18, 219-29, 276 and 300-12, plus stock book of duplicates containing mint 397 (3) and 398 (4), nice old time group with several key and better singles that will surely bring attention.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,000
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Lot 95

U.S., Commemorative Collection, 1893-1982. Neatly mounted in Lighthouse album, containing 230-40, 285-93 (50c with PF certificate), 294-99, 323-27, 328-30, 367-73, 397-400A, 401-4, 548-50, 630, 658-79, a few early stamps with minor gum issues, but overall collection seems decent with several key stamps of popular issue, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,000
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U.S., Unmounted Collection of Better Singles, 1847-1930's. On dealer tear pages or two black stock sheets that never made it into the album, containing mint: 73, 113-14, 214 (2), 226, 281 plate number strip of three, 285-93, 297, 328-30, 549-550 blocks of four, C1-C6, C10a, C18, E5, E7, J3, JQ1-5, PR1 and used: 1-2, 17 single and horizontal pair, 37, 67, 67a, 67b possibly unused single, although we counted it as used, 70, 78, 112, 115-22 and PR3, condition is a little mixed, so usual examination is recommended, plenty of value with many key stamps, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,000
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Lot 97
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U.S., Collection, 1851-1962. In two Scott National albums, containing mint: 214, 230-39, 300-8, 323-27, 328-30, 397-400, 559-71, 581-91, 658-68, 692-701, 803-34, 1030-53, E6-E8, E11-13, Q11, K8, K11, RW11-16, RW26, $350 face value worth of duck stamps including RW39-60 and used: 230-38. Fresh pages in clean albums that could easily be integrated into your own collection, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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U.S., Collection of Mint & Used, 1857-1960. Housed in a Scott Platinum album, used includes 26 with green cancel, 69-71, 112-117, 145-124, 230-238, 397-404, mint 293, 294-299, 300-309, 551-573, useful mint & used Washington Franklins, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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U.S., Handsome Mint & Used Collection, 1861-2000. Presented in six albums and on various pages, with mint airmail collection with C10a, C18, C26-C31 singles, plate blocks, and first day covers, Recalled Legends of the West sheet (3), booklet pane collection, mint back of the book collection with C1-C6, C18, newspaper stamps, postage dues, saving stamps including S5, WS2, WS4, airmail blocks and plate blocks, wine stamp collection, and a Lighthouse hingeless album with decent coverage, plus more, more, more, a nice clean lot, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 100

U.S., Mostly Never Hinged Collection. Extremely attractive collection meticulously assembled in Scott National album well kept in Showguard mounts; virtually all stamps are mint and most are never hinged except a couple early used classic stamps - including a select used example of Scott #29 the 5¢ Jefferson; highlights of this beautiful collection include mint never hinged examples of 233, 95-298, 330, 377-378, 400A, 403, 561-565, a lovely 573, complete 1929 Kansas-Nebraskas 658-679; Back of the book include some decent Airmail issues including a lovely NH C18; wonderfully fresh and choice throughout.
Scott $7,000+ Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Current Bid$600
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Lot 101

U.S., Scarce Partial Coil Roll (Scott 442). Nearly complete roll of over 450 stamps in pristine mint condition; Post Office fresh selection; line pairs every 19 stamps; centering runs from Fine to touching at left; among the few remaining partial rolls of this elusive flat plate coil.
Scott $8,000+ Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Current Bid$600
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U.S., PSE Graded Selection, 1869-1930. 23 mostly different stamps with PSE graded certificates, with some notable stamps that include: 210 XF 90J, 211 VF-XF 85J, 213 XF-Sup 95, 374 XF-Sup 95J, 377 XF-Sup 95J, C2 XF 90, E8 XF 90J and Q12 XF 90, generally Fine to Very Fine centering.
SMQ $1,930.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Current Bid$600
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U.S., Affordable and Inexpensive Collection. Housed in old Scott National album with cover falling off; a nice assortment of stamps - but nothing to jump up and down over; highlights include 1893 Columbians to the 50¢, Pan-Americans complete 294-299 mint, an elusive used #599A line pair (Scott catalog value $400.00), an attractive never hinged #630 White Plains sheet. 1929 Kansas Nebraska complete 658-679; and complete Prexies, Back of book include some decent Airmail C1-C6 and C18; for the budget conscious collector or dealer this is a surprisingly choice lot.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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U.S., Banknote Collection, 1870-90. On Scott National pages, containing 134A, 135A, 137 with PF certificate, 138, 145-55, 156-66, 178 o.g. with photocopy of PF certificate, 182-91, 208, 212-18 and 219-29, generally Fine to Very Fine, an exceptional collection from a knowledgeable and quality conscious collector.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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U.S., Collection. Large old time holding of used U.S., neatly arranged in ancient glassine envelopes; better items include an excellent arrangement of more valuable Washington-Franklin coils including 394's and 413's; much value to be had in this interesting lot.
Scott $8,500+ Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 106
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U.S., Collection, 1935-97. In four Lighthouse hingeless albums with slip cases, with some premium items: Recalled Legends of the West sheet and duck stamps mostly complete from RW38-RW67.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$600
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Lot 107
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U.S., Early Classic Collection (Scott 11//40). Nice appearing group of early classics handsomely displayed on two hingeless album pages; 2 stamps altogether (one, a #35 with perforations trimmed off is not counted); and includes #'s 9, 11 (unused), 14 x (2), 17 X (2, one with double transfer), 24 o.g., hinged, 25, 26 o.g., hinged, 33, 35 x (2), 36 x (2), 37-38, and 40 - the 1875 reprint - unused, without gum as issued; a decent group with many usable stamps for the ebayer.
Scott $4,300+ Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$450
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Lot 108
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U.S., Mint & Used Collection, 1857-2000. Mounted in two albums and a binder, mint includes 281, 294-299, 323-327, strop of four 328 & 329, 367 block of four, 397-399, 548-550, 614-616, 617-619, 620-621, Kansas Nebraska overprint complete, Prexies complete, Liberty issue complete, C1-C6, C18, with mint & used Ducks, in addition there are scores of block & plate blocks, a toothsome lot for the dealer or collector, review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$450
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Lot 109

U.S., Sparse Collection. Beautiful Schaubek Hingeless album sparsely peppered with better quality, mostly never hinged stamps; a wonderful opportunity for any collector who needs a top quality album with select examples of the 1930's issues already taken care of.
Scott $2,138 Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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U.S., Useful Mint & Used Balance, 1861-1960. Housed in a Lighthouse album with never hinged pages, with mint & used 230-237, 285-290, Kansas-Nebraska partial coverage, mint includes 832-834, C5-C6, C18, some scattered back of the book material, mixed condition, examine, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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U.S., Monster Mint & Used Collection, 1878-1960. A great buy for any dealer, includes mint #252, 260 o.g., mint 420, Q3, Q5, Q7 & Q8 NH, mint & used singles & plate blocks, postage, first day covers, mixed condition, every card, page & glassine should be examined, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$500
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U.S., Gutter Snipe Collection, 1920's-80's. Approximately 200 pieces of mostly mint and mostly blocks of four, with captures ranging from perf captures to portions of stamps opposite the gutter, in two small stock books with many early 1920's and 1930's issues, with highlights: 632 pair with portions of stamp opposite the gutter, 634, 636, 641 single, 642 used pair, 648, 692, 694 with small portions of gutter stamps, 699, 700, 720, some Presidentials and early 3¢ purples, several Famous Americans and 3¢ commemoratives to modern 1980's commemoratives, used and o.g., some never hinged / some hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 113
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U.S., Premium Prexie Collection. A sharp collection housed in an album, includes mint set with coils & booklets, set of first day covers and a set of plate blocks less 833, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $1,200 Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 114
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U.S., Collection of 20th Century Singles and Plate Blocks, 1942-79. In 12 White Ace albums containing 1030-53 and some other useful slight premium sets, o.g., some never hinged / some hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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U.S., Well Centered Used Mostly Classical Collection. Each stamp with PSE certificate, with a few better items that include: 116 and 146 as well as many premium singles that were hand picked for being attractive well centered singles with jumbo margins, mostly Extremely Fine to Superb.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid$375
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U.S., Magnificent Fancy Cancellation Study; Ex: Skinner. The finest fancy cancel collection ever to hit the market intact and as received; nearly 280 hand picked fancy cancellations from the Hubert Skinner collection attractively assembled on stock pages with corresponding reference number next to each stamp; there are fancy corks including masks, clovers, leaf, targets, patent, hearts, shields, flags, along with some major rarities including Scott #65 Waterbury "Skull and Cross bones" (PH-S 6) with 1986 P.F. certificate; Scott #65 with beautiful strike of "US in star studded fancy wreath" of Albany, New York (PT-C 17); Scott #65 - two examples with Corry Pennsylvania fancy "Eagle with three bars" (PT-E 4) plus another Corry, Pennsylvania fancy Eagle with Four Bars" (PT-E 3); Scott #73 with fancy Waterbury "Man In Hat" (PH-F 9); Scott #114 fancy Waterbury "Skull and Cross bones" (S-E PH-S 12) with 2001 P.F. certificate; all of these eye catching examples are fully described, and already priced; the marked retail is an incredible $113,860.00; the perfect lot for any show dealer specializing in better quality fancy cancels or an Ebayer's delight - as all the work is already done; this is one of the most important lots in the collections sale and is a lot not to be missed, not only for its incredible value - but for its absolute beauty, Ex: Skinner.
Estimate $30,000 - 40,000.
Current Bid$15,000
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U.S., Fancy Cancels Collection, Second Issue through Trans-Mississippis, 1851-93. Well over 600 stamps (singles, pairs, blocks) in a slipcased red Elbe springback album, on homemade quadrille pages; the cancels struck on stamps between Scott #7 and 288, with the bulk of the holding through the Bank Notes; we note some regular c.d.s.'s on the earliest issues (in black, red or blue), with a wide variety of fancy or auxiliary cancels following, including PAID, rowed or gridded circles, stars (positive and negative), numerals, targets and geometrics, nice cogwheels and circles of wedges, crossroads, "US" (positive and negative), a Waterbury #21, shields, letters (positive and negative), a Chicago Supplemental Mail blue, revenue, steamer, a possible Albany NY "Lincoln", duplexes, Registered and much, much more; most singly, some multiples plus a few on piece, with values including several 90¢ issues, including a lightly cancelled #72, Very Fine cancels overall, definitely one to view.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Current Bid$5,000
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U.S., Cool Cancels Compendium, 1851-79. In a camel-fronted heavy board stockbook; many hundreds (our rough count came to well over 600) of US Classics bearing a variety of cancels and markings; we note manuscript rates, a wealth of c.d.s.'s, a range of targets, New York Foreign Mail, flowers and circles-of-wedges, geometrics, "compass points", PAID, grids, stars, crosses, negative letters and numerals, and more; generally clean and sound throughout, Very Fine overall, add this to your viewing list.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000.
Current Bid$3,750
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U.S., Approved Cancels Collection, 1861-80s. Presented on 14 stockpages of various makes; we counted 175 stamps, majority of which are from the Bank Note era; we note bulls-eyes, circled shields, grids, numerals, crossroads, blues and violets, negatives (numerals, letters, stars and "US"), New York Foreign Mail examples, an octagonal Philadelphia c.d.s., geometrics, flowers and wedges, even a few 10¢ Continental varieties (double paper, silk fibers (2), ribbed paper), etc. A few stamps with condition issues, but cancels are Very Fine overall, inspection invited.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Current Bid$1,800
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U.S., Precancel Frankenstein, 1898-1980. Thousands of precancels in four volumes, a cigar box and hundreds of envelopes, includes special deliveries, parcel posts, parcel posts due, commemoratives, postage dues, airmails, blocks & multiples, Glen Allen Star, small box of hundreds of Texas precancels, with stamps from the small bureaus, 1902 definitive issue, 1922 definitive issue and Prexies, unchecked for transient perfs or varieties, simply put-the best precancel collection we have had the pleasure of presenting to our clients, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Current Bid$1,500
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U.S., A Pocket-full of Cancelled Bank Notes, 1880s. Neatly arrayed in a small-format eight-page (16-side) red Lighthouse stockbook; Bank Notes predominate, but we note a few earlier issues plus 1869 Pictorials to the 24¢ value; nicely struck cancels throughout, with crosses, stars, letters, wedges, targets, "FREE", "PAID", a two-line red "[ ]/Correos", manuscript, Supplementary Mail, ferns, cogwheels and more, generally Very Fine, a pretty compilation; inspect.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,000
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U.S., Fancy Cancels Collection, 1847-67. A dozen homemade Scott album pages with a lovely array of the fancy cancels of the period; we note numerals ranging from "3" to "48", a grand strike of "64" on single plus "1867" alongside c.d.s. on cover, a page of various cogwheel types, a gorgeous full strike of "STEAM/SHIP" on horizontal pair, a tough "[REG]ISTER[ED]" on single, New York and Boston Express Mail c.d.s.'s, a "01" (reversed "10") on Rochester PA cover, even a spearhead and arrowhead; strikes are clear, with many complete or better than normal, Fine to Very Fine with better, be sure to view.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Current Bid$400
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U.S., Fancy Cancel Collection, 1861-68. 45 stamps & 4 covers, includes 23 red cancels with a (P)AID and a "Paid/3" in a circle, 4 green cancels, 6 numerals, Weston "W"(S-E LS-W 24), Titusville PA "T" (S-E LS-T 13), Alpena MI "A" (S-E LS-A8), Greenfield MA Trowel (PO-Tr 1), Philadelphia "Mummers" (S-E FR-NMc 1), generally full strikes, please review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 124
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U.S., 1861 Specialized Collection (Scott 63//78). Beautiful stamp and cover collection presented on home made pages; wonderful offering of these desirable issues; a few of the highlights include two examples of #67, plus 67b the olive yellow shade, plus a choice used example used with #68 on cover to France; there's several choice used #68's along with a select unused o.g. example plus a block/3 on cover to Germany; there are 9 used examples of 70, 70a or 78 plus 2 examples on covers to England; eight #71's plus a handsome cover to France; there's some interesting 2¢ Black-Jacks on varying covers including one that "appears" to be a bisect used on cover to Texas; two #75's plus cover with #68 to France; eight #76's plus strip/3 used with #65 on cover to Germany; there are also a half dozen examples of #77 along with another example used with a Banknote issue Scott #207 on mourning cover to Massachusetts; finally there's some better Fractional Currency issues in much nicer condition than normally encountered; a great unpicked group that is sure to stir the collector inside of you.
Scott $40,000+ Estimate $7,500 - 10,000.
Current Bid$3,750
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U.S., 1861 1¢ Blue Study (Scott 63//102). Impressive study of the 1¢ 1861 and 1875 issue; includes 18 Scott #63's in varying shades of blue, and even includes an impressive example of the 1875 re-issue, Scott #102 with part original gum; there's three unused 63's and 12 choice used examples with some better cancellations or desirable shades approaching the scarcer ultramarine color variety which is seldom seen; the 1867 grilled issues include a #86 E grill, and two # the F grill.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 126

U.S., Fabulous Plate Block Collection. Extremely appealing U.S. plate block collection from 1909 to 1957 loaded with better lightly hinged or never hinged plates selected for choice centering; highlights include #'s 367-68, 370-373, 397, 537, 1920 Pilgrims 548-550 complete, 610-612, 614-619, 620-621 blocks/10 (not full plate blocks), 622-623, 632-42, 647-648, numerous 2¢ Reds; 704-15 complete, 740-49 complete, and Famous American 859-93 complete; the group of Airmail plate blocks is outstanding and include C7-12, C16-C24 that include a lovely Baby-Zepp top plate/6; if choice centering and fresh plate blocks is what you desire, then this lot is for you.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Current Bid$2,000
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Lot 127

U.S., Block and Plate Block Collection. Impressive holding of better "key" plate blocks and multiples from the 1920's and 1930's; a boatload of plates from the 1922 flat plate issue, a handsome #630 White Plains sheet/25, a in depth selection of Farley cross gutter blacks, a lovely selection of #906 China plates; and a plethora of #893 Bell plate blocks; a tremendous holding of these highly salable multiples that would be difficult to duplicate.
Scott $15,000+ Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Current Bid$1,500
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Lot 128
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U.S., Plate Block Collection, 1930's-96. On White Ace pages, containing: 549, 699, 704-15, 740-49, 756-65, 785-94, 803-34, 909-21, 1030-53, C18 block of four and so much face value postage, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 129

U.S., Mint Sheet Collection. Multiple mint sheet folders and albums containing a wonderful selection of desirable mint sheets, highlighted by a scarce 498f A.E.F. booklet pane of 30 (small margin fault), a fresh mint complete set of perforated National Parks issues 740-749; a great selection of the 1930's 3¢ purples; and a plethora of desirable Overrun Countries sheets; there a few that are rolled up - but that is the exception, not the rule; a tremendous holding with considerable value.
Scott $8,800+ Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$1,100
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Lot 130
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U.S., Plate Block Collection, 1920-53. Mounted on White Ace pages in large album, containing 630 (repaired perf separations), 730-31 and plate blocks 548-49, 614, 617-18, 627, 628, 643, 646, 649-50, various other 2c reds to red cross issue, 704-15, 740-49, 756-65, 859-93, 909-21 and 3¢ commemoratives to 1953, o.g., many never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$275
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Lot 131
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U.S., Plate Block Collection, 1927-50. Mint collection with Washington Bicentennial issue complete, 639, 667 (2), 833 (2), 834, 906, C3 block of four with plate # & "Top", C7-C9, C10, C12, C24 plus many more, be sure to check this out, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 132
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U.S., Errors, Freaks & Oddities Collection, 1930-95. Over 170 EFOs in a small stockbook, includes misperfs, under inkings, misregisters, imperfs, gutters, test stamps, Columbian dollar value imitations, with 1891a, 2112a, 2130b, 2136a, 2609a, 3265a, and many more, there are some spectacular items present, careful examination will result in some aggressive bids, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 133
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U.S., Errors, Freaks & Oddities Collection, 1910's-90's. In Supersafe stock book, containing 481 block of four with Kansas City roulette perforations, signed on back and with photocopy of Wilson Wood certificate, 499 corner margin block of four with slight shift, 639 gutter snipe with decent capture of adjoining stamps, 702 single with horizontal perforations shifted 50% into stamp design, 2¢ Nebr. block of 12 with overprint shifted into middle of stamp, 696 gutter snipe with decent capture of adjoining stamps, 915 reverse printing, 1033 gutter block of four with portions of adjoining stamps, two 4¢ Lincoln misperf pairs, three 5¢ Washington booklet panes with gutter mark captures, 1338Gh, 6¢ Olympics extra inking, 8¢ Eisenhower booklet pane with slight shift upward, 8¢ Boston Tea Party color shifts, 8¢ Wildlife Conservation block with multiple color shifts, 15¢ Holmes booklet with vertical perforations shifted half way into left stamp, 1608 block of six with a strange shade of tan ink, 1891a, 1842a, 1894b, 18¢ Flag over mountains booklet with vertical perfs shifted into cut to make center stamps imperf between, C Rate gutter capture block of three, 14¢ Sinclair Lewis block with 3 horizontal imperf between pairs, slight misperf of 22¢ Navajo Art plate block of 15, BK160 Birds color shift booklet, 2104 two stamps with vertical perforations shifted diagonally, 2115f, 2136a, 2283B red omitted complete booklet, 2201b complete booklet, 29¢ Flag Booklet vertical perforation shift into design, 2875 major double transfer, 3066a, misperf of Canada 9¢ Victoria Bill Stamp and Canada 1878 pair with shifted die cut and missing colors, a great collection with a diverse selection of errors, used and o.g., some never hinged / some hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 134

U.S., Booklet Panes, In Depth Specialized Collection. Phenomenal booklet pane collection from the estate of Myron Hyman; a specialized collection of panes from position D - each showing plate number used to produce each plate; this impressive holding includes 2 never hinged 405b with plate #6079 and 6086; 406a with plate numbers 5937, 5939, 6047 an 6554; 463a (5) - with plate numbers 7355, 7556, 7557, 7560, and 7969; 498e x 46 different plate numbers; 499e x 56 different plate numbers; 501b x 3 different plate numbers, 552a, 554c, and 804b and 806b in a huge array of different plate numbers; impossible to duplicate; this marvelous collection would enhance any serious plate # collector's collection.
Scott $7,500+ Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Current Bid$600
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Lot 135
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U.S., Airmail Collection, 1918-91. On Scott National pages, containing C1-6, C13-15 and C108d; condition is generally sound, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Current Bid$800
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Lot 136
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U.S., Back-of-the-Book, Absolutely Spectacular Collection. One of the most impressive back of the book collections we have had the pleasure to offer in some time; beautifully presented in Lighthouse Hingeless album, this wonderful offering includes complete Airmail issues with a stunning top quality used set of Zepps C13-C15 - the top two values with graded P.S.E. certificates, along with a nice assortment of salable plate blocks C11, C17, C19, and C25-31; the Special Delivery issues are complete and are mostly mint E1-E21; Postage Dues are well represented with J1-7, J18-21, J22-28, J38-43, and J45-50; 1919 U.S. Offices in China complete K1-K18 with extra K13 in differing shade; impressive 1873 and 1879 Official including O1-9 complete, O12-14, O15-24 complete, O25-32, O35-45 complete, O47-56 complete, O57-67, Scarcer O68 - $2 State Dept., O72-82 complete, O83-93 complete, and some decent soft paper issues; the scarcer Newspaper issues are better than normally encountered and include PR1-8, PR9-13, 15, 18, 22-23, 57, 59-63, 66-67, 70, 72, 78, 81-83, 86, and 114-125; six P.S.E. certificates accompany this elusive group; there's a select complete set of 1912 Parcel Post issues Q1-12, and Parcel Post Due JQ1-5; U.S. Possessions include a gorgeous group of Guam #'s 1-12; completing this impressive collection is a complete set of 1869 Pictorial card proofs 112-122P4 - each a bit faded probably from being displayed in sunlight, otherwise quite elusive; an entertaining collection overflowing with value and a lot that certainly shouldn't be missed.
Estimate $15,000 - 20,000.
Current Bid$7,500
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Lot 137
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U.S., Back-of-the-Book, Phenomenal and Magnificent Collection. Nicely presented in an overflowing old time Scott American album which is so old it's falling apart; with a carefully counted correct catalog value of well over $50,000 - this collection should not be missed; it contains a lovely mint set of the 1919 U.S. Offices in China K1-K18 (Scott catalog $2,110.00); a huge assortment of mint and used 1873 and 1879 Hard and soft paper Officials with Agriculture O1-O9, Executive O11-14, Interior O15-24, Justice O25-34, Navy O35-45, Post Office O47-56, State O57-67, Treasury O72-82, War O87-93, Soft paper Interior, Justice, Treasury and War plus several Postal Savings O121-126 - these wonderful Officials have a current Scott catalog value of $14,585.00; the valuable group of Newspaper stamps is particularly attractive, includes PR3b, PR5 x (2), PR16-22, PR63-64, PR67-68, and scarce PR109-110 and PR112-113, these elusive Newspaper stamps have a current Scott catalog value of over $32,000.00; the selection of 1853-1976 cut squares is truly remarkable, this valuable group catalogs for over $12,000.00; complete set of all used Duck Hunting Permit stamps from 1934 to 1976 - this used group would be very difficult to duplicate as they are quite elusive in choice condition; there's an extraordinary selection of Confederate State stamps from 1861 to 1864 mixed used or mint and include scarcer numbers such as two used #5's, along with #9 the "T-E-N" variety in unused condition - these confederate States stamp catalog for over $3,900.00; finally there some mixed quality United Nations which as we all know have virtually no value; this wonderful collection would be perfect for any dealer or collector looking to expand their back of the book inventory and even though it looks old and tattered on the outside, the stamps are actually quite nice.
Scott $53,838 Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Current Bid$5,000
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Lot 138
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U.S., Back-of-the-Book Collection, 1861-1935. Housed in a Scott album with Platinum hingeless pages, mint includes C1-C6, C18, E4, E6-E7, QE1-QE4, Q1-Q9, Q11-Q12, K11, useful Officials, postage dues & newspapers, plus mint ducks with RW3-RW4, RW6-RW13, RW14-RW19, RW20-RW27, needs to be closely examined for NH items, a great start to a back of the book collection or for stock, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Current Bid$600
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Lot 139
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U.S., Back-of-the-Book Collection, 1861-1950. Nice group of mint & used material, includes mint J66a, J95 wide spacing pair, Q9, JQ1-JQ5, used Match & Medicines, locals, all manner of revenues, PR3-PR4, Officials include mint O25, O27-O30, O32-O33, O49 block of four, O93, use includes O26-O30, O35-O36, an outstanding lot for your pleasure, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 140

U.S., Back-of-the-Book Multiple Collection. Impressive collection presented on Harris album pages - most in Showguard mounts; while the majority of the items presented in this interesting collection are plate blocks, there are a few blocks of four and even some choice singles; singles include C4-C6 x (2) each, and C10a booklet panes x (2); blocks include a C4 block/6 with a plate number (not a plate block), a choice C18 block/4 with plate number (not a full plate block), a JQ3 bottom left corner block/9, and a QE4 block/6; the strength of this collection is in the outstanding plate blocks which include C7-C11 (all tops), C12 side, C16-C17, C19-C24, C25-C31 complete set, and two C46 plates; then lots of more modern airmails plates with face value over $100+; there are some nice Special Delivery plates, then there is a fresh Q1 plate/6, along with QE1-3 plates; all in all - lots of value for the money.
Scott $3,500+ Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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U.S., Revenue Collection, 1861-73. Exquisite selection of revenues, some better include R2c, R14c, R41c, R73c, R74c, R77c, R79c, R80c, R86c, R90c, R92c, R97c, R98c, R100c (2), R101c, RB5-RB7 (2), also a very nice section of imperf & part-perf examples, a wonderful lot to expand upon or break up for auction, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Current Bid$1,500
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Lot 142
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U.S., Revenue and Back-of-the-Book Collection, 1898-2010. In two albums and a small group of loose items in sheet protectors, containing a pane of stamps from the Seagram Whisky company featuring 48 U.S. state stamps, a selection of quadrille pages of "I.R." overprints with a page of singles varieties and several pages containing 16 1¢ plate number strips of three and 30 2¢ plate number strips of three, an album of Scott Specialty and quadrille pages, with strong with documentary issues from 1940-1954 with plenty of better large higher values, 120 different Telegraph stamps with some full mint panes, a group of local stamps with some reprint multiples, some private die proprietary, a page of ration stamps, a couple pages of playing cards, a couple pages of Cigar, Cigarette and Tobacco stamps, an album of full panes of Christmas Seals from 1971-2010 and finally approximately 100 covers (mostly Presidential related) and a collection of probably an additional 100 Presidential Inauguration covers from FDR to Trump, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 143

U.S., Revenue Collection. Attractive revenue collection in clear mounts neatly presented on Scott National album pages; although there's nothing of huge value, there's a wide range of attractive revenue stamps including First Issue, Second issue, Documentary, Proprietary, Future Delivery, Stock Transfer, and Motor Vehicle issues; a nice lot on which to expand upon.
Scott $2,000+ Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid$150
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Lot 144

U.S., Proprietary Revenue Collection (Scott RU1-RU16). Phenomenal collection in beautifully mounted and annotated pages in attractive white binder; exhibit quality collection of these challenging stamps including differing papers and shades; a pleasure to review and well worth a serious bid.
Scott $1,618 Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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U.S., Revenue Stamped Checks, Massive Accumulation (Scott RND1, RNG1). Of #RND1 (700!) and #RNG1 in blue (1400!!) plus approximately 300 checks franked with 2¢ Battleship Documentary stamps (not counted in Scott value), Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $8,400 Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid$200
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Lot 146

U.S., Private Die Medicine, Extensive Medicine Bottle Collection. Over 150 items, a lifetime collection of these scarce to rare collectible items that the medicine stamps were used on, over 25 with original boxes and includes 2 electro-shock kits, owner spent into five-figures and is hoping for more than our ultra-conservative estimate, viewing is not only enjoyable but fascinating to see the various cure-alls and quackery that was prevalent at these historic times, Very Fine.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Current Bid$2,500
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Lot 147

U.S., Duck Stamps, Massive Modern Accumulation (Scott RW40//RW66). Absolutely phenomenal holding of the more modern Duck Hunting Permit stamps; including some better $5.00 plates including RW40 - mostly in attractive never hinged plate blocks, this remarkable selection is in immaculate mint condition and would be a worthwhile investment for any serious dealer or collector; the face value adds up to an incredible - $24,479.00 and this lot an probably be had for a percentage of its incredible value, o.g., never hinged.
Estimate $12,000 - 18,000.
Current Bid$6,000
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Lot 148
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U.S., Duck Stamps, PSE Graded Collection. RW4 XF-Sup 95J dist. o.g., RW10 XF 90, RW11 VF 80, RW13 VF-XF 85 (2), RW14 XF 90J, RW15 XF-Sup 95, RW17 XF 90, RW17 XF-Sup 95, RW19 XF 90, RW22 XF 90J, RW22 XF-Sup 95, RW23 XF-Sup 95 previously hinged, RW24 XF 90 (2), RW24 XF 90J, RW24 XF-Sup 95 (2), RW25 XF-Sup 95, RW27 XF-Sup 95 (2), RW28 XF-Sup 95 previously hinged, RW31 XF 90, RW32 VF-XF 85, RW35 XF-Sup dist. o.g., RW37 XF-Sup 95, RW38 XF-Sup 95J (2), RW39 XF 90, RW39 XF-Sup 95, RW39 Sup 98 previously hinged, RW40 XF 90, RW41 XF-Sup 95, RW42 XF 90 (2), RW42 XF 90J, RW44 XF 90, RW45 XF 90, RW46 XF-Sup 95J, RW46 XF 90, RW47 XF 90, RW48 XF 90, RW49 XF 90 (2), RW52 XF-Sup 95J, RW55 XF 90, RW55 XF-Sup 95, RW55 XF 90, RW55 XF-Sup 95, RW55 Sup 98, RW56 XF-Sup 95, RW56 Sup 98, RW57 XF 90, RW57 XF-Sup 98, RW59 XF 90 (2), RW62 XF-Sup 95, RW62 Sup 98, RW63 XF 90 and RW66 Sup 98 (2), o.g., never hinged (unless noted otherwise), mostly Extremely Fine to Superb.
SMQ $7,195+.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Current Bid$1,800
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Lot 149
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U.S., Federal and State Duck Stamp Collection, 1945-92. In Scott specialty album of Federal and State Duck Stamps and a second album full of limited edition Federal Souvenir Card RW55-RW59 with stamps affixed to card with various cancels, specialty album contains (NH, used stamps not noted) Federal Duck Stamps: RW12, RW13, RW15, RW23-25, RW29-33, RW35, RW37, RW44-49, RW51-53, RW55-59, and State Ducks mostly complete from 1985-1991 with the following better: Arkansas 1-3, 8 imperf pair, California 1, Florida 2-4 with tabs, New Hampshire 3 and Ohio 1-2, o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Current Bid$600
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U.S., It's Duck Season! 1934-73. A lovely array of our feathered friends, virtually complete mint, with only the space for #RW6 empty; several signed, including #RW3 (catalogue value $1000!), with #RW10 and RW13 present mint and used, and duplicate mint copies of #RW11-RW12; numerous issues are plate number singles, with all incredibly fresh and, generally, very nicely centered, Very Fine, this is no canard of a collection; be sure to view.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Current Bid$400
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Lot 151
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U.S., Duck Stamp Collection, 1938-2012. An exceptional selection of Federal Duck Stamps, includes but not limited to RW3, RW4, RW5, RW6, RW9 (2), RW15, RW22, RW26 plate # pair, RW27 plate block, RW75b (5), and many more, restock now at these low prices, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 152

U.S., Duck Stamps, 1998-2007. Singles, plate blocks, self adhesive panes and a full pane of JDS8 jr. duck stamps, total Face Value $900, o.g., never hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 153

U.S., Duck Stamp Collection, 1934-66. Mounted on Scott hingeless pages, o.g. (with the occasional toning or disturbed gum), generally Fine to Very Fine centering.
Scott $3,465 Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 154

U.S., Duck Stamps, Modern Collection (Scott RW35-RW75). Handsome group of 51 duck stamps or souvenir sheets from 1968 to 2008, an extremely fresh and choice group of these beautiful duck stamps hand picked for centering and freshness.
Scott $1,700+ Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid$200
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Lot 155

U.S., Duck Stamp Selection, 1998-2001. RW65 full pane of 30, RW65A (2), RW67A (2), RW68A and JDS9 (2 full panes of 30), a total of $825 face value, o.g., never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid$200
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Lot 156

U.S., Duck Stamp Autographed First Day Program Collection, 1989-2002. 21 different first day programs, signed by artist and other dignitaries attending the first day program, with other duck related signed first day programs and first day cancels on certificates of appreciation, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid$200
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Lot 157

U.S., Postal Savings, Specialized Collection (Scott PS1//PS14). Absolutely sensational collection of singles, blocks, plate # strips, and plate blocks; the most comprehensive holding of these popular stamp we've offered in a long time; includes several choice PS7 plate blocks, two of which are never hinged; interesting PS4 multiples showing experimental spacings; two better blocks of PS15 plus a scarce top margin plate # block/6 - never hinged; a large quality of PS11-14 plate blocks in choice condition; this specialized collection also includes extremely elusive used plate blocks of Official stamps, O123 and O125, along with a scarcer mint corner margin block/4 of O122 never hinged that catalogs for $1,700.00; a tremendous grouping for any serious student specializing in these issues.
Scott $14,000+ Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Current Bid$1,300
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U.S., Telegraph Collection, 1881-1947. 170+ singles or panes on Springer pages with 14T2, 14T3 used, 15TO16 complete booklet (some stamps stuck to interleaving), 15TO18 and 16T99-16T103 complete panes, usual mixed condition, a great collection with so many different stamps of this often neglected section of so many collections, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Scott $1,208 Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid$400
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Lot 159
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U.S., Christmas Topical Collection, 1907-77. Presented in a stockbook, Christmas seal collection, 1907-1941, proofs, worldwide first day covers, souvenir sheets and stamps, an enchanting topical collection, inspection invited, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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