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Lot 574

Lithuania, Independence Collection, 1919-40. Lovely and virtually complete on Scott country pages, with vast swaths of material mint; 1919 Coat-of-Arms complete mint, 1922 overprints complete, Semi-Postals including a never hinged block of 4 of #B22, Airmails including several used on piece, Airmail Semi-Postals, plus German and Russian Occupation issues including a set of #L1-L8 (cancelled to order, each on piece, the set signed and accompanied by Sismondo 2015 certificate), generally Fine to Very Fine, with better, well worth review.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 575
Lithuania, Highly Complete Collection, 1918-38. Presented in Scott order on four pages (eight sides) taken from a stockbook; begins with a nice array of typographed issues (including se-tenants of differing values), and runs virtually complete from there; we note mint #120-122 and 126, 165-173, 176-188, 286-295, 309a, 309b, plus Semis, Airs, #2N9-2N16, and a handful of post-Soviet First Issues, Fine to Very Fine+, have a look.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Realized $450.
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