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Lot 1581
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Central America, Mint & Used Collection, 1850's-1990's. Many thousands of stamps presented in three Scott International albums, with a high level of completion for the Scott International albums, with nice classic section and great modern from 1960's about 1980, noted: Costa Rica, a few nice provisional overprints, Cuba Isabella, Coat of Arms, Alfonso XII, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Haiti good Liberty heads, Honduras, Mexico some nice early Hidalgo's, Coat of Arms, Experor Maximilian, numerals, surcharges, C1, Nicaragua 3-7 mint, 1898 Coat of Arms set, Panama with 1955 Popes set (see note after 403) and El Salvador, a lovely collection of great inexpensive stamps that always seem to be undervalued and are always popular, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$600
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Lot 1582

Central America and Caribbean, Postal History Stock, 1875-1959. Approximately 1,000 covers, with many unused stationary postal cards and envelopes, early airmail routes, censors, international usages, Trans-Atlantic, earthquakes and other interesting usages, approximately half of the value is in Mexico with a great section of early Hidalgo's to Civil War issues, with Costa Rica, Cuba, 1851 Cuban Commodities circular on Steamer Cherokee to Maine, 1871 stampless folded letter, Steamship 10 from Santigo to NYC, 103 1889 cover to NYC with paid all cancel, three early 1890's Alfonso XIII covers, Dominican Republic, C1 first flight 1928 Santo Domingo to San Juan, PR, 1940 Liquor Ad cover, two 1930s postal cards (H&G 113 x2), Guadeloupe, Guatemala, 1863 stampless 'Steamship 10' cover from San Jose to NYC, Haiti, 1899 message and reply card to Germany (H&G 5), 1902 paid reply card (H&G 6), 136 registered cover from Port Au Prince to NYC, 318 on 1927 U.S. Marine Corp. 'U.S.M.C. Port Au Prince' cancel, 1928 Lindberg Day Roessler cover, Honduras, several nice early 1900's covers, Mexico 27+ early Hidalgo (mostly imperfs), several 1913-16 Civil war issues, two 1929 airmail postal stationary (H&G FB2), C5/C7/656 1930 registered airmail cover, many WWII censors, C191 airmail Pepsi Cola advertising cover, several Wells Fargo and other Express issues, Roessler and other interesting airmails, Nicaragua, five 1899 103 bisect covers, 1904 stationary cover to Germany (H&G B46), Panama 128a on registered FDC, C67-71/RA7 FDC, and El Salvador, covers range from about $4 to $250, mostly in the $5 to $100 range, well organized for easy break down, previous owners retail value from mid 1990's is $14,931, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,800
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Lot 1583
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Latin America, Solid Array Collection. Five Scott Specialty albums housing nine Central and South American collections: Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Mexico, Paraguay and Peru; nice material throughout, including some early, including a Bolivia #1 (fiscally used?), extensive Brazil from #23, very nice Chile including early Colons, nice Haiti including overprints, and more; nice runs of material for each country; pages pristine throughout, with most binders still with years of service, Fine to Very Fine, worth a look from dealer and collector alike.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 1584
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Latin America, Mint & Used Collection, 1852-1980. In two Scott International Blues comprising Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua and Panama, plus Salvador on loose pages; the collective is a beautiful overview of the region's stamps, while each country is a solid collection in its own right, essentially complete mint from 1956 onward, with earlier items a mix of mint and used; includes many First or Second Issues, overprints, Airs, Officials and other Back-of-the-Book material; no great rarities noted, but nor were many faulty—the collector strove for quality, with all but a handful pristine and sound, Fine to Very Fine with better throughout, a collection to be proud of—and to build on.
2009 Scott $12,000 (Owner's) Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Current Bid$1,300
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Lot 1585
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Latin America, Stock, 1860-2000. Thousands of stamps with many mint new issues, includes Costa Rica, El Salvador, Peru, Nicaragua with many mint multiples, Colombia, Panama, Argentina officials, many souvenir sheets, dozens of mint blocks of four, generally fresh & clean, great potential for this underappreciated material, give her a long look, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$300
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Lot 1586

Latin America, Postal History, 1870-1975. A few hundred covers and cards, with censored, advertising, first flights, registered, postal stationery, 1898 Mexico #249 on cover, mixed condition, examine closely, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid$150
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Lot 1587

South America, Postal History Stock, Late 19th Century -1950's. Approximately 800 covers, with many unused stationary postal cards and envelopes, Trans-Atlantics, early airmail routes, Antarctic, censors, with Argentina, 1826 stampless cover from Buenos Aires to London, 99 (3) to Germany, 452 souvenir on 1935 Philatelic Expo cover, 1900 letter sheet (H&G G7a), Bolivia, better postal card / stationary envelope (H&G 3, 8a, B2, B3, B5 and B9), Brazil, 1934 Airmail cover with unusual routing, six postally used postal cards (H&G 25, 26d, 28b, 35, 40, A45), some postal deposit receipts, Chile, Colombia, early 1857 stampless folded 'steamship 10' letter, 131 to London on Christmas Day, 153 via NYC to Germany, C111-14 on registered, airmail, censor with official U.S. post office seal on reverse, unused registration forms, a couple SCADTA, Ecuador, French Guiana, Netherlands Antilles: 78 (5) on 1929 first flight to Canal Zone, many values on 1935 registered cover franked with Scott 101, 1895 cover with clipped corner, franked with 30c William III to Venezuela, B21-5 first day cover, Netherlands Indies three better early 1929 first flight covers, Paraguay C211a and C215a on two registered covers, Peru, 1863 folded letter from Lima to France, 10 on folded letter, 104 on message reply card (H&G 19), Suriname, 96/106 first flight Paramariso to Port Au Prince, 1907 Postal Stationary H&G 4, Uruguay 1925 First Flight from Florida to Montevideo, C7 (2) and C8 on three 1925 registered covers and Venezuela C31/C48 (2) on registered cover, C61-62 registered airmail, 1907 postal card (H&G 52), 1903 postal envelope (H&G 14), Venezuela 1845 stampless folded letter to U.S. Council, 45 on folded piece, 47 on folded piece, two 1938 registered airmail covers to Cleveland, covers range from about $3 to $225, most in the $5 to $100 range, well organized for easy break down, previous owners retail value from mid 1990's is $12,911, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,400
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Lot 1588
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South America, Mint & Used Collection, 1850's-1990's. Many thousands of stamps presented in four Scott International albums, with a high level of completion for the Scott International albums, with nice classic section and great modern from 1960's about 1980, noted: Argentina, Bolivia 40-46, Brazil a few early black numerals, 53-60, Chile a few early Columbus imperfs, 254 separated sheet in blocks and strips, Columbia, some useful SCADTA letter overprints, Ecuador a few good early officials, Paraguay, Peru a few early Coat of Arms, Uruguay, Venezuela occasional early 1950's Arms issues (used), a lovely collection of great inexpensive stamps that always seem to be undervalued and are always popular, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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