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Lot 172
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U.S., Enormous Accumulation. Loaded into a fancy travel suitcase overflowing with sheets, plate blocks and singles; impressive group of Columbians including 238 never hinged x (6); outstanding quantitites of C3's, C6's and C18's; everything imaginable in this suitcase including a large quantity of better sheets plus even some Duck sheets, important Newspaper stamps, etc.; you will need extra time to fully evaluate this impressive holding and the lucky buyer gets his own traveling suitcase to take it all home.
Estimate $15,000 - 20,000.
Realized $16,000.
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Lot 173

U.S., Valuable Accumulation. Impressive holding neatly presented on 6 x 8" stock pages housed in old style wooden cigar box; tremendous amount of value including a neat page of 1893 Columbians, 230-237 in quantity - several being never hinged; 319-320 - the 320 is a plate block/6, complete set of 1929 Kansas-Nebraska overprints 658-679 never hinged, outstanding Back Of The Book issues including some gorgeous unused Special Delivery issues E1-11, some in quantity; much value to be found in the better Newspaper stamps, including PR2-3, 5 and 7, 10, 12, 64, 81, 87 and 114-125; there's also a lovely group of Confederate States issues #'s 6-8, 11-12, and 13; well worth careful inspection.
Scott $20,000+ Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Realized $3,500.
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Lot 174
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U.S., Old-Time Used Accumulation. Hundreds of better used stamps neatly arranged in ancient glassines in box; enormous catalog value of nearly $39K, with an excellent selection of 524's, 547's, 572's and even a C13; a tremendous holding for any serious dealer of used U.S.
Scott $38,916 Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Realized $2,500.
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Lot 175

U.S., Accumulation. Impressive selection of 100's of different U.S. in glassines and stock cards; highlighted by attractive examples of scarcer unused #96, 97 and 98, this lot is loaded with value with a nice selection of Airmail, Special Delivery, and Parcel Post issues.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Realized $2,900.
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Lot 176
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U.S., Mint Accumulation 1868-1975. Presented in 5 volumes and a box, includes mint plate blocks 367, 397, 398, 536, 561, 567, 756-765, block of four C18, mint singles C1-C6 NH, C10a, C18, plus a small worldwide collection, plus 200.00 in U.S. postage, plus many more sale able items, don't let this one get away, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $8,500 Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $1,500.
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Lot 177

U.S., Plate Block Accumulation. Tremendous holding of quality early plate blocks from the 1920's to the 1940's, with strong showing of the 1930's 3¢ purple issues, and some better back of the book; excellent quality throughout.
Scott $11,000+ Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $1,700.
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Lot 178
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U.S., Old Time Holding, 1850's-1980's. In old time stock book and on black approval cards, containing the following highlights, used: 7 (2), 9, 9 vertical strip of 3, 20, 32, 72, 76, 100, 166, 218, 228 block of four and mint: 133, some banknotes including 189, 190, 191, 208, 211, 215, 217, 327 (2), 329 block of four, 397 block of four, 573, 656 (2 line pairs), 832-34, 1053 (2), C3, C10a, C15, J25 block of four, some BEP dues to 10¢ a useful group of 1980's era errors, etc., take a look at this one because there is much Scott value inside, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $2,500.
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Lot 179

U.S., Booklet Pane Accumulation (Scott 498e//554c). Balance of the stock of booklet pane specialist Myron Hyman containing 1000's of booklet panes neatly organized housed in a single large binder; a lifetime achievement containing many better panes including many position D panes with plate numbers; a rare opportunity for any advanced booklet pane collector or dealer looking for a wonderful opportunity to expand their inventory.
Scott $16,400 Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,600.
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Lot 180

U.S., Desirable Accumulation. Housed on black card in small gray box loaded with a wonderful selection of better U.S. stamps; includes 240, 416, E3, JQ2 plate block, etc; also included is a green box overflowing with hundreds of more common plate blocks from the 1940's to 1960's.
Scott $9,206 Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $900.
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Lot 181

U.S., Accumulation of Better Numbers. Remarkably fresh group of several better numbers in quantity; includes an outstanding selection of 8¢ Columbians, Scott #236 - 14 top quality examples in singles and blocks; plus a valuable section of the 1909 Parcel Post Issues, including #'s Q1-Q11, with some in quantity and mostly never hinged; an interesting lot with lots of value.
Scott $11,000+ Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,300.
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Lot 182
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U.S., Mostly Used Lot 1851-2000. Box of early used stamps 7-999, 1000-3829 in additional boxes, box of used airmails C2-C141 all with useful duplication, also a small precancel collection, careful viewing will be rewarded, mixed condition as to be expected, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $13,500 Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Unsold
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Lot 183
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U.S., Fabulous Accumulation. Loaded in a nice size box; includes mint sheet files, albums and assorted better U.S., including mint sheet files, albums, and glassine envelopes overflowing with better U.S.; the more impressive items include a wonderful 234 imprint and plate # strip, some choice Airmail plates including C7-C9; choice group of Officials and some pristine mint sheets; an interesting mish mash that is well worth our conservative estimate.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,300.
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Lot 184
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U.S., Early Airmail Quality Accumulation, 1918-28. C3 block of four (2 LH, 2 NH), C4 (31 NH, 3 hinged), C5 (18 NH), C6 (17 NH) and more, o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $5,900+ Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Realized $1,000.
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Lot 185
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U.S., Accumulation. Lots of bang for your buck; a decent appearing group of mint and used; includes an unused #9 vertical strip/3 (margins cutting into design); 312 unused (short perf at lower left corner); 546 x (8) - off centered; C13 x (2) both with corner faults; and 100 #J52's stuck down to their respective sheet interleaving; although the quality is on the low side, this lot could be a bargain for less than 10% of it's modest catalog value of over $15,000.
Scott $15,000+ Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Unsold
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Lot 186
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U.S., Old Time Stock Pile, 1850's-1960's. Two large boxes packed with stamps on loose pages, glassines and albums accumulated over many years, with an album of State Fish stamps, Scott National album containing mint: 230-34, 236, 238-40, 288, 290, 291, a Liberty album containing 551-73, 581-91, 692-701, 832-34, an early Elbe stock / counter book filled with early 1920's-1950's commemoratives, another small Elbe stock book with classics, unsorted Washington / Franklins and banknote postage dues, a stock book of Canal Zone, a White Ace album containing C1-3, some airmail plate blocks on White Ace pages including C4, C10, C12, C18, C21-22, a few envelopes of precancels, some ration books, an old time stock book with many first issue revenues, a small box of booklets from the 1920's and 1930's and a few airmail booklets, a small box with a few slightly better items scattered about: mint higher value Pan-Americans, Washington / Franklins, etc., we only had a chance to make a quick look at the stamps inside and we are sure you will find more when you view, so take a little time to look at that odd glassine to possibly find that possible rarity, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $3,000.
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Lot 187

U.S., 1938 Presidential Accumulation (Scott 803//893). Wonderful old time stock of these popular stamps neatly arranged in ancient glassines; some in impressive quantities; also includes an attractive grouping of Famous American plate blocks 859-893; a great lot for any hoarder looking to add to his estate.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $600.
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Lot 188
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U.S., Small Accumulation of Better Stamps, 1887-1990's. A nice little group of stamps on dealer tear sheets and loose in glassines or envelopes, containing 212, small group of early 20th century used commem's, 481 plate block, some Washington Franklin coil singles, 538, 540-43, 648 block of four, 702 plate block with red cross shifted down, 1304 20% perf shift nearly complete coil roll of 500, 2607c strip of three, C7-9 blocks of four, J46a, J77, RW4, RW10-13, a few modern ducks, approximately 80 mint and used State Duck stamps, testing stamp booklet, some loose USPS face value postage, a few Hawaii postal stationary entires, some nice early Canal Zone overprints, Canal Zone C36-41 blocks of four and a few slightly better Ryukus sets, o.g., some never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $600.
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Lot 189

U.S., Plate Block Accumulation, 1930's-80's. In old wooden box plate block blocks, many in quantities of 25 starting with 684, items include tagged, dull gum varieties, etc., Scott numbers to 2881 plus folder with 740-49, 1711C (10) and 1622C (4), o.g., never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $4,700 (Owner's) Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $500.
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Lot 190

U.S., Massive Accumulation of 2¢ 1894-1895 Issue. Over 28 pounds of 2¢ Bureau issues, containing tens of thousands of stamps from old time holding, still on paper and unchecked for various varieties and better types that could be the basis of a research project or study, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $400.
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Lot 191
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U.S., Massive Old Time Hoard of 1910's-30's Issues. Blocks, partial blocks, loose singles, plate blocks, even the occasional sheet, from old time estate that was accumulated many decades ago and left untouched for many years, there are lots of unidentified Washington / Franklins, large strips of 2¢ Washington vertical coils, large blocks of Pilgrim Tercentenary, many unidentified 1920's Bureaus, Huguenot-Walloons, Lexington Concords, Norse Americans, 2¢ reds and 3¢ purples, a great treasure hunting lot for grading enthusiasts, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 192
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U.S., Massive Old Time Kiloware Hoard, 1870's-1930's. So many stamps in three large boxes, containing eight small boxes full of bundles, a medium size box of early 20th century on paper, nine cigar boxes of loose stamps, a large green metal box filled 2/3 high with kiloware bundles and the remaining 1/3 with glassines full of stamps in glassines that were never bundled and finally a large box full of bundled covers from 1900's-1920's and large bag after large bag full of older issues (with many banknotes) on piece, a great lot for art projects or searching for Gem singles that has been off the market for many decades and is now ready to be part of your next stamp treasure hunt, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $1,200.
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Lot 193
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U.S., Stock / Accumulation, 1870's to 1980's. Four stock books / albums, some postage and a group of mint stamps in glassines, containing early mint issues from 1910's to 1940's containing 1930's Bureau rotary issues, Washington Bicentennial, Parks, Famous Americans in quantity, a group of mint U.S. sheets with $140 face value postage mostly from the early 1980's, three stock books of early used U.S. with a good selection of Banknotes, 1890's Bureaus and Washington / Franklins, including 228 (19), 229, 276, 310 (5), 311 (2) and 278, an album of hundreds (perhaps thousands) of bureau precancels, sorted by state, city and then Scott number and finally a group of Palau with hundreds of dollars worth of face value postage from the 1980's and 1990's, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $650.
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Lot 194
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U.S., Mint & Used Accumulation, 1851-1975. Hundreds of mint & used stamps in six volumes, used with 112-114, 239, 285-290, 294-299, 323-327, 329-330, C4-C6 blocks of four, mint includes 230, 231, 232 block of four, 234 block of four, 236, 237, 294-297, 330, 550, White Plains sheet, C1 pair, C18, also early deeds, space covers and mounts, a bunch of surprises present, mixed condition, inspection invited, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 195
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U.S., Collection Balance, 1870's-2000's. Of loose album sheets, stock books and various loose envelopes scattered about, with a brief peruse, we discovered a small stock card of better mint definitive singles, an old time collection with a couple apparent mint banknotes and used 238, a small collection of plate number strips of three on White Ace pages up to the "G" issue, a group of mint postal stationary cut squares on a couple large stock pages and a medium size blue stock book, a nice large stock book of loose revenue issues from late Documentary issues to Stock Transfers, mostly used in quantity, a group of Duck "Certificate of Appreciation" cards, a set of the mint Smithsonian Wine stamps (50+ values), a lovely group of mostly unused Philippines and Canal Zone postal stationary. Pretty messy lot, so there will be little useful items scattered about, but you will need to view carefully to properly evaluate, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $700.
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