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Lot 1132

U.S., Postal Stationery and Back of the Book Collection, 1910's-70's. In large quantities in two Scott Specialty albums, four shoe boxes and three plastic totes, plus a few stacks of loose stationery, with group of various precancels on envelope entires, nice group with various paper types, knives (many legal size envelopes), precancel cities, die types, etc., plus a partial roll of test coils, some first issue revenues, $50 face worth of modern duck stamps and a stock page of used parcel post stamps, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid$200
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Lot 1133
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U.S., Postal Card Collection, 1873-1960. 70 mint & used postal cards, better include UX1, UX3 (4), UX5, UX6, UX6a, UX7, UX8 (3), UX10, UX12 (2), UX13, UX15, UX20, UX21, UY1, UY2, UY3, UY4, UY5, UY6 and many more, excellent break up value, please examine, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1134

U.S., Advertising Cover Collection, 1860-1940. 300 covers & cards with wide range of subjects, includes hardware, magazines, stamp dealers, hotels, animals, shoes, furniture, stoves, food, soap, tires, trucks, many are illustrated, please inspect, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Current Bid$400
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Lot 1135

U.S., Fancy Cancel Collection, 1861-88. Approximately 150 items with fancy cancels including 14 covers, a few better includes Skinner & Eno LS-R 15 Rockville CT fancy "R", CR-G 9 Toledo OH blue cross, PT-US 44 San Francisco CA "US", PT-US 53 Albany NY "US" in circle, GE-C 54 Albany NY Starburst, Hiogo Japan double circle postmark, some full bold strikes, a careful examination is urged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Current Bid$2,500
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Lot 1136

U.S., Fancy Cancels on Cover, 1861-88. A couple hundred, includes solid stars, outline stars, stars in stars, colored, Boston negative numerals, letters, cross, U.S. in circle, geometrics, pictorials, St Louis "Seeing Eye", a marvelous and valuable collection, mixed condition, examination is mandatory, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 1137

U.S., Ephemera Collection, 1860-2000. With advertising pamphlets, postcards, advertising cards, religious cards, valentines, Christmas cards, stock certificates, stationery from the Playboy Club, labels, Masonic, exposition, railroads, concert programs, dance cards, needle cases, road maps, documents, trade cards, worldwide currency, plus a 1933 & 1937 FDR Inaugural programs, stereoviews, stamp designer signatures, postal stationery, a great lot for a paper dealer, inspect closely, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1138

U.S., Mind Blowing First Flight Collection, 1918-65. A cover album with 65 trans Pacific first flights, a cover album with 101 trans continental and CAM flights, a cover album with 91 inter continental flight covers, two crash covers, two flight covers Honolulu to Guam, nine pages with better flight covers, and an album of (46) covers that includes rocket mail covers, glider mail, a few better includes 1934 first flight Australia to New Zealand via "Faith in Australia", U.S. 1924 first flight night flying C6, 1918 C2 New York to Chicago first flight, 1937 New Zealand to U.S. first flight, a spectacular collection with immense break up value, don't hesitate to review this one, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Current Bid$1,500
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Lot 1139

U.S., Postal History Usages, 20th Century. Formed by a lifelong collector, an impressive compilation of a couple thousand covers including Bureau Issues, Prexies, Famous Americans, even some Back-of-the-Book; from our quick review, we noted machine cancels and special services including Airmail, Special Delivery, Certified and Registered; many solo uses, etc.; while completely unsorted (and unchecked for potential gold), it is clear that much can be sold individually, given the insatiable appetite for this material in the retail/internet markets, generally Fine to Very Fine, a very useful lot; plan accordingly to view as it is well worth the effort—and our estimate is just a drop in the bucket of its potential value.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,000
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Lot 1140

U.S., Chicago Blue Fancy Cancels on Postal Cards, 1873. A spectacular compilation of 140 postal cards (#UX3, with an oddball one or two) with an array of blue fancy cancels including anchor in square, three-leafed clover, shield, geometrics, "W" in circle, and many more; excellent break-up value for individual sales online, Fine to Very Fine or better, a fantastic collection that must be viewed to appreciate fully.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,000
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Lot 1141

U.S., Postal History Extravaganza, 1926-2010. Thousands of covers and cards in -over 30 albums and loose, includes first day covers 614-616, 617-619, 620-621, 1928 South American test flight, 1928 Lindbergh "WE" commemorative card, cacheted naval covers, 1959 rocket flight cover, airport dedications, registered, cacheted event covers, advertising, mixed franking, please give this lot it's due, a tremendous amount of material to plow through, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 1142

U.S., Postal History, 1847-1873. Lot of 12 classic covers and 4 fronts. Includes but not limited to #1 on cover uncancelled and unused appearing, #1 pen canceled & #2 canceled, neither of which likely belongs on its respective cover, #9 on cover, #35 on cover from CA, two #119 on covers to Gettysburg PA, #U35 with New York domestic fancy cancel, etc.; mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine, careful inspection will be rewarded.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$650
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Lot 1143

U.S., Postal History Caboose, 1890-1960. Hundreds of cacheted covers and picture postcards in this loaded balance lot, better covers includes gutter block of eight #576 special delivery, first flights, airport dedications, air meets, U.S.S. Akron christening, air shows, balloon races, cover canceled on deck of racing yacht, better postcards include full face Santa, Buster Brown & Yellow Kid cartoon, 1908 water tower in action, 1908 calendar, and Graf Zeppelin, lots of surprises, mixed condition, inspection invited, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Current Bid$400
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Lot 1144

U.S., Postal History Mardi Gras, 1851-1945. Over 90 covers and cards, with registered, censored, advertising with illustrated, a few with contents, better include #210 on allover ad cover for the Saturday Globe with letterhead, airmail to Brazil with #642, pair 698, strip of three 736, #504 strip on three to Slovakia, #286 on illustrated ad cover front & back for wheel barrows, block of 25 #707 on cover for last day of Century of Progress Exposition, and #281 on olive oil ad cover to Rome Italy, a memorable lot with many premium covers, some mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 1145

U.S., Group of 37 Covers, 1855-83. Interesting grouping which includes fancy cancels, some Waterbury's, locals, Confederates; includes 2 stampless, 2 with 3¢ 1855, one with Scott 9, 7 with 3¢ 1861 (negative "F. blue Brattleboro "B", green Columbus Ohio, star cancel) two different Scott 112 on cover, Scott 117 single franking and cover with an additional three 3¢ 1869, nine Waterbury CT covers (seven with fancies, but some with faults), 3¢ Centennial envelope with violet postmark, three local covers (Bloods, Husseys, and Blizzard Mail), one Business School cover, and five miscellaneous Confederate covers; condition is somewhat mixed, otherwise Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 1146

U.S., Postal History Collection, 1925-60. Several hundred covers, including but not limited to naval covers including U.S.S. Hornet, U.S.S. Nautilus, U.S.S. Triton, U.S.S. Arizona plus loads of submarines, advertising, German propaganda cards, post office closings, first flights, first flights, airport dedications, zeppelins flights, U.S.S. Akron, easily sale able covers, please peruse, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 1147

U.S., Minnesota Picture Postcard Collection, 1903-60. Hundreds of picture postcards, includes many identified real photos, with A Fishing Stream Near Port Arthur, Court House Willmar, Court House Henderson, Cass Lake, State Normal School, Nelson Bros Threshing Grain Near Eagle Bend, Robert Street St Paul, Riverside Drive Minneapolis, Lake Pokegema Sanatarium Pine City, Turtle Brook Austin, Chestut Street Stillwater, Very Good to Excellent.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 1148

U.S., Stampless Cover Stock, 1830's-1860's. Approximately 200 folded stampless letters and covers from mostly north east states with a nice mixture of mostly smaller towns or interesting rates that you usually don't find in many stampless groups, with Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia and District of Columbia, previous dealers mid 1990's retail value was over $4,600, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$1,100
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Lot 1149

U.S., Hotel Advertising Collection, 1880-1940. Over 300 advertising covers, many with matching letterhead, wide range of states & cities including RPOs, fresh & clean collection, please review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid$300
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Lot 1150

U.S., Postal History Collection, 1845-1930. A few hundred covers and cards, includes "The Patriot Statesman of '76" (Bischel-234, W-unlisted), "Union State of Indiana" (Bischel-unlisted, W-unlisted), Army of Northern Virginia with blue due "10" rate, ad cover for Rufus Blanchard Map Publisher famous map maker, official 1904 Lewis & Clark Exposition illustrated cover, ad cover for New England Screw Co, collection of 3¢ Washington green covers with colored & fancy cancels, stampless, mint & used postal stationery, collection of Jefferson related material, examination suggested, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 1151

U.S., Group of 3¢ Washington Covers, 1861-68. Approximately 98 covers presented for your viewing pleasure, includes fancy cancels, corner ad covers, blind embossed and cameo ads, on a small valentine cover, Western Union cover, State of West Virginia House of Delegates, offered intact, unchecked for shades, please review carefully, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid$600
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Lot 1152

U.S., Black Jack Group, 1863 (Scott 73). 13 covers, some better includes #73 on Clarion IA cover, 73 with guide arrow at right, pair with blue target & town cancel, 73 straddle copy & 63 with "Paid" cancels, 73 on 1866 printed price list, 73 on Alabama printed bankruptcy notice, mixed condition, some choice items, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1153

U.S., Picture Postcards, 1906-60. Over 200 cards that include several advertising cards, 1907 Buffalo NY Old Home Week, multiview Evanston IL, Greetings from Theresa WI, several American Indian cards, real photos, 1909 Old Faithful Geyser Yellowstone, 1905 Main Street Mitchell S.D. Corn Palace Festival, some mixed condition, review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid$150
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Lot 1154

U.S., Massive Cover Accumulation, mostly from 1930's to 1980's. Approximately 7,500 to 10,000 covers, with many first day covers including several hundred Colorano first day covers, some 1930's first flights, commercial mail, a box of covers from a pyramid scheme chain letter, a couple large boxes of coil singles on legal envelopes, inauguration covers, etc., these covers were gleaned from an amateur dealer / accumulator who spent many years purchasing collections and stocks from bourses and auction houses around the area and then took out what he was interested in and left the balance to fill up his back room, with a little sorting and processing, there is a good potential of finding some decent items here, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$550
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Lot 1155

U.S., Postal History Stock, 1850's-1940's. Approximately 2,400 covers, identified and in order by Scott number, with nice advertising covers, Trans-Atlantic, D.P.O.'s, fancy cancels, mourning covers, etc., containing 7 on circular, 24 (4 covers), 25 (2 covers, one with nice ad corner card), 63 (3), 65 (approximately 50 covers), 73 (4), 211 (3), a nice selection of mid range issues 3¢ to 10¢ (small banknotes, Columbians, Bureau issues, 1902 issue, Washington / Franklins), nice 1920's commemoratives, a few lower denomination Kans. Nebr. issues, Farley's, Presidential's, Famous American's, Special Delivery, Parcel Post, Postage Dues, with a few international or early banknote usages, group of bank to Federal Reserve parcel tags from the 1940's-1960's, nice little local group and a few hundred postal stationary covers, most covers range from about $5 to $50 with plenty of better covers, well organized for easy break down, previous owners retail value from mid 1990's is $33,200+, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Current Bid$2,800
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Lot 1156

U.S., Postal History Stock, 1815-1930's. Approximately 550 covers with many better commercial mail, classics, overseas usages, some early first day covers, used and unused postal cards and envelopes, etc., with some notable items that include: twelve stampless: 1815 Lewistown, PA folded letter with 12¢ war rate, 1831 Easton, Maryland, 1837 Charlestown, Ma, 1851 mourning cover from West African Coast to Norfolk, VA, 1858 Cross Border to Canada W., stamps, sorted by issue: 1 brown on folded piece, 1 pair cover, 7 on two local delivery, 7 on preprinted circular, 7 strip of three cover, 8A/7/7 vertical strip of three folded piece, 9 on preprinted advertising letter, 9 cover, 9 strip of three cover, 10 (2 folded letter), 10 with scarce Steubenville Ohio experimental grill, 10 from Harrodsburg, Kentucky, 13 on cover to New Sharon, Me, 14 cover from Sacramento, CA, 11 (11) folded letters and covers from various plates (some identified) and a few color cancels (including a green grid), 20 single and horizontal strip of three, 23 local use, 24 (6, some nice usages including one with cross border to Canada), 24 (3 strips of three), 25 (4), 26 (6 with nice usages, including a usual Connecticut Literary Institute ad cover, one steamboat), 32 (3 covers, including one San Francisco and one cross border usage to New Brunswick), 33 (2 trans-continental from California to East coast), 63 (5, two used with #65, one pair, 2 with three stamps to make up 3¢ rates), 64b/65 (10 covers with various shades, DPO's, etc.), 68 (8 covers, six to Canada, one from California, one to Cuba), 73 (2), 77 from New Orleans to France, 112 (2 local use), 113 (6, mostly circular rate, three with ad corner cards), 114 (6, two with ad corner cards), many banknote covers with unusual rates and destinations including: 3¢ pair to Ireland, 148 (2, one to London, one to Galt, Ontario), 152 on registered cover with APS certificate, 160 (2, one from San Francisco to France, one to Germany), 163 (3 to South Africa), 179 to Vienna, 185 to Yokohama, Japan from San Francisco, 211 (3) on registered cover, 215/U294 to England, Columbians: 230 with Worlds Fair Expo cancel to Germany, 232 to Wittenburg, Prussia, 233 (2) registered cover, 235 to Germany, 232/235/U348 to Wiesbaden, Germany, 236 on registered cover from stamp dealer, 230 (2), two 236 to Paris, 287 registered cover, 288, 330 (2) registered cover with Pan-American Expo label on reverse, 325 to Berlin, 399 to Cairo, Egypt, 619 registered cover to Malta, 627 (2)/U525 Byrd Antarctic Expedition, 537 Marine Det. Am. Legation, Pekin, China postmark, Airmails: C2 cover, C4 (2) first trip, C5 three covers, C6 to Canada, C6 (3 zones), C10 Lindbergh FDC, C13 (2) to Savilla round flight cover, C13 (Sieger 64F with type II cachet), C14 on card, C14 (Sieger 64B), C14 (2) round trip covers, C18 (4 Graf Zeppelin flights), twelve 1920's-early 1930's early flight covers, 1930 Lindbergh airmail special delivery from Havana to Orange, N.J., seven early special deliveries, 39 postal cards and envelopes with better fancy cancels, albinos, better destinations, etc., JQ3 parcel postal due on Honduras 158 single and bisect cover, fancy cancels: several nice stars and fancy cancels on banknotes, 114 with Waterbury, Ct. postmark and six covers with 12920's-30's fancy cancels, ten 1946-1961 Federal Reserve Bank registry labels, 20 Florida covers with 1843 folded letter from Apalachicola, 114 cover with St. Marks postmark, 1895//1900 Bureaus with various overseas destinations, unusual machine postmarks including 1895 early Barry experimental machine cancel, seven interesting Washington / Franklin usages, fourteen Advertising covers, starting with two Cameo's on #11 and 26, U34 Union Bank ad on stationary, 1901 Pan Am Expo cover, a couple nice unused 1911 Kellogg's postal cards, three 1907 Jamestown or 1905 San Francisco expo cards, Locals: 1851 Swarts Branch post office folded stampless letter, 15L14/26, 15L18 (3 covers), 20L4, 20L7, eight Wells Fargo (used and unused, a couple with Domestic Frank (UPSS WF-H 650 and WF-HI 903), Pacific Express unused ad envelope, fifteen patriotic covers, mostly Spanish American, three postally used Confederate patriotics and one 1861 Upham patriotic envelope, ten Territorial covers from various Western states with a couple early stampless from Wisconsin territory, Confederate States #2 (3 covers from Virginia), 6 pair on cover, 7 pair on cover, 11/12 singles on cover (x11), five Philippines covers with unused UY2, ten Canal Zone with a few better unused stationary, AAMC F5-2 first flight, two 1929 airmail stationary covers (UC2a), eight Danish West Indies with a few better unused stationary items, twelve Hawaii, half of which are unused postal cards with UX2a, UX3, UX7, prices range from about $25 to $950, well organized for easy break down, previous owners retail value from mid 1990's is $34,217, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Current Bid$2,700
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Lot 1157

U.S., Postal History Stock, 1850's-1980's. Most covers from early 20th century, approximately 1,800 covers, with nearly 200 advertising covers, diverse machine cancel section (with nice Doremus, Flag and other machine cancels), 20+ Territorial covers, nice group of ship theme covers, either post cards with ships, or ship letter home, with nine stampless covers, nice railroad or railroad theme covers, perfins and precancels, patriotics with half a dozen Civil War (mostly unused) and a group of Spanish American war patriotics and a few WWI patriotics, WWII related with small group of V-mail and approximately 100 WWII patriotics, about 75 exposition related, revenues and documents, officials, free franks, hand drawn / painted, U.S. Possessions: Puerto Rico, China, Canal Zone, Philippines, Ryukyu, United Nations, first days (many 1930's), 19th century fancy cancels, private vending machine cancels, space, eagles, ten first airmails from C1//C6 sets, commercial airmail, Trans-Pacific, Transport, C.A.M.'s, F.A.M.'s, Catapult and ship to shore, mixed frankings, Zeppelins and Airships, Lindberg, airmail first days, event covers: Naval covers, Trans-Atlantics, most covers range from about $5 to $50 with plenty of better covers, well organized for easy break down, previous owners retail value from mid 1990's is approximately $22,300, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Current Bid$1,800
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Lot 1158

U.S., Prexy FDC and Plate Block Collection, 1938-39. Extensive collection in twelve binders and a couple slipcases with Vario pages from Scott 803-34 with booklet panes and 739-51, with singles and blocks of four in two albums, FDC's in four albums, with five 833 FDC's and five 834 FDC's, 20+ to many dozens of plate blocks of each value to 50¢, 832 (28 plate blocks), 833 (1 large plate block of 20, 3 plate blocks and group of singles and blocks), 834 (3 singles and 4 plate blocks) and group of full sheets up to 25¢, Fine to Very Fine, A detailed specialized collection.
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
Current Bid$3,000
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Lot 1159

U.S., Commemorative FDC and Plate Block Collection, 1932-39. Extensive collection in nine binders and slipcases with Vario pages from Scott 716 to 858, with first day covers, from various cachet makers from the popular silver age of cachet making, a few of the earlier issues with as few as a half dozen, later issues with 20+ FDC's, plus plate blocks in various plate numbers and the occasional variety, Fine to Very Fine, A detailed specialized collection.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Current Bid$1,500
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Lot 1160

U.S., Farley FDC and Plate Block Collection, 1933-34. Extensive collection in five (mostly Lighthouse) binders and a couple slipcases with Vario pages from Scott 727 to 771, with singles, vertical and horizontal pairs, blocks, arrow blocks and FDC's of the various values including: 730-31 several blocks and singles on FDC's, 744a imperf between pair, 740-49 set of plate blocks and 4-6 of each value FDC, 733 (6 FDC's and 2 Antarctic Expedition covers), 735 (6 complete sheets on FDC's) 755 (11 plate blocks), 756-65 (3-5 of each plate block of each value), 754-65 FDC, 766-70 (2 sets of cross gutter blocks), 769 (2 blocks of four souvenir sheets), 770 (1 block of four souvenir sheets) and 771 (8 plate blocks), Fine to Very Fine, A detailed specialized collection.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Current Bid$1,300
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Lot 1161

U.S., Mostly Collins Hand Painted FDC Collection, 1980's - Early 2000's. Approximately 1,800 mostly different first day covers, mostly from some of the earlier 1980's to the 2000 Millennium issue, generally Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,200
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Lot 1162

U.S., Commemorative FDC and Plate Block Collection, 1940-39. Extensive collection in ten Lighthouse binders and slipcases with Vario pages from Scott 894 to 921 (with two volumes of Overrun Countries alone), each issue with 10 to 20+ of each first day covers, with an occasional event or commercial cover, from various cachet makers, plus plate blocks of various plate numbers, Fine to Very Fine, A detailed specialized collection.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 1163

U.S., Famous American FDC and Plate Block Collection, 1940. Extensive collection in ten Lighthouse binders and slipcases with Vario pages from Scott 859 to 893, with several albums of different first day covers, from various cachet makers and several albums of plate blocks of various plate numbers, approximately 4-8 of each, Fine to Very Fine, a detailed specialized collection.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 1164

U.S., First Day Cover & Postcard Collection, 1932-2010. Originally stored in (21) file boxes and (19) large volumes, there are a few thousand first day covers & picture postcards, includes Golden Replicas of United States Stamps, volume of Olympic 1984 first day covers, postal stationery & oversized first day covers, with many used blocks, an entertaining lot, inspection urged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Current Bid$600
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Lot 1165

U.S., Army Navy FDC and Plate Block Collection, 1936-37. Extensive collection in four Lighthouse binders and slipcases with Vario pages from Scott 785 to 794, with three albums of different first day covers with approximately 14 of each cachet, from various cachet makers and several albums of plate blocks of various plate numbers, with approximately 12-18 of each, Fine to Very Fine, A detailed specialized collection.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1166

U.S., First Day Cover Collection, 1940-2010. Hundreds of first day covers housed in 34 cover albums and loose in envelopes, with some better cachets such as Fluegel, Grandy, Anderson, Crosby, with Famous Americans complete, Inauguration covers of Kennedy, LBJ, Nixon, also C18 on Graf Zeppelin flight, naval covers, oversized booklet pane & sheetlet first day covers, really needs careful inspection, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 1167

U.S., First Day Cover Plus Collection, 1938-2015. Thousands of first day covers with singles, panes, officials, postal stationery, souvenir sheets, mostly unaddressed, also includes a mint collection from the 1930's, and some face, great lot for the internet or flea market dealer, some mixed condition, review is urged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid$200
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