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Lot 1629
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Worldwide, Ab Fab Collection, 1840-1955 and beyond. Housed in 15 pristine Scott International Blues, this isn't your standard Blue collection, where five countries are strong and the rest is largely empty, or earlies are present but with mighty faults; this is a true worldwide collection running from Aden to Zululand, with nary a country or colony weak, where even the earliest issues are overwhelmingly fresh, sound, and some of the prettiest we've seen; amazing British Empire material, incredible French and Portuguese Empires, robust Latin America, excellent Asia…all with strengths in the time periods that are most desirable—and sell the best; had we had more time to work with this, we could easily have split out 80 or more stand-alone country collections; these include Algeria, Angola, Antigua, Argentina, Australia & States, Austria, Barbados, Belgian Congo, Bermuda, Brazil, British Guiana, British Honduras, Bulgaria, Canada & Provinces, Ceylon, Chile, China (including several 3¢ Red Revenues), Colombia & States (!), Costa Rica, Cyprus, Czechoslovakia, Dahomey, Denmark, Ecuador, Egypt (with Suez Canal Co.), Eritrea, Falkland Islands, Finland (starting with #2), France (including used #37, mint #197, never hinged #224 (with First Day cancellation), never hinged #241 or the two PEXIP sheets or near-complete used Airs), Gibraltar, Great Britain (including #1 (5!), 4 (strip of six), platings of the 1d Red (#33)), Greece, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indian States, Iran, Italy, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Japan (with several premium souvenir sheets and a never hinged #154!), Korea, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Malaya/Straits Settlements, Malta, Martinique, Mauritius, Mexico, Monaco, Nepal, Netherlands & Colonies, New Zealand, Nicaragua (with Provinces), North Borneo, Norway (including two #1), Peru, Philippines (including Victory issues), Poland (including #77 and 78 each on piece), Réunion, Romania, Salvador, San Marino, South Africa, Spain, St. Helena, St. Lucia, St. Pierre & Miquelon, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand (including #64 used), Transvaal (including #135 mint, signed), Uruguay, Vatican City (including #35-40, no gum, with Raybaudi certificate), Venezuela, Viet Nam, Yugoslavia and Zanzibar—with many additional countries strong candidates; the individual items listed here are just the tip of the iceberg of what is on offer—presented as received, you truly must see the collection in person; the cumulative value is immense—and from 2013; the consignor revalued Volume 1 in 2016 and recorded a 50% increase ($40,541 to $66,161); we leave the extrapolation to you, Very Fine overall, a last-minute consignment where our lack of time equals your gain, Likley exceeds $800,000 in todays catalog value.
2013 Scott $600,000+ (Owner's) Estimate $100,000 - 150,000.
Current Bid$50,000
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Lot 1630
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Worldwide, The Collection You Wish Your Grandfather'd Had. These eight Scott International Blues are what every kid dreams of inheriting; from Abyssinia on, there's rarely an empty page…or even a long stretch empty spaces; this collector took "worldwide" seriously, with every geographical area equally filled—rarely have we seen such a nice collection; we note many 5s values across the British Empire (mostly mint); a very pretty array of Helvetias; mint Liechtenstein #3b (lightly hinged), Newfoundland #C3b (lightly glazed gum), New Guinea #45 (appears never hinged), plus a wealth of early French Colonial overprints, nice early Japan with cancels ranging from Botas to Telegraphs, nice Scandinavia and Latin America, and much, much more; he may not have had time for the kids, but Gramps loved his stamps—and worked hard to fill his albums, Fine to Very Fine, a joy to view—be sure you do.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000.
Current Bid$3,750
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Lot 1631
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Worldwide, Massive Collection of Collections, 1860's-1970's. Approximately 350-500 albums, ranging from beginner to intermediate album's or stock books, many worth as little as $10 or $20 apiece, but some of the albums are worth much more (as much $100, $200 or more each) if you take some time to sell individually, there are many U.S. albums, general multi-volume worldwide collections, specialized country collections, as well as some better areas such as worldwide revenues or better singles, a three volume Churchill collection. If you put in enough processing time, this could easily net you double, triple or even ten times your cost, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, be sure to take the appropriate time to properly view.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Current Bid$1,800
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Lot 1632
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Worldwide, Soccer Exhibition Collection. "Just for kicks" this isn't; rather, it is a serious, comprehensive, 100-page-plus exhibit of soccer (football, to the rest of the world) in all its philatelic glory; stamps and souvenir sheets abound, of course, but we also note errors of color or perforation, presentation proofs, die proofs, stationery…along with a slew of commercial covers, soccer-themed cancels, and much, much more; covers all aspects of the game: its history and professional development, playing skills, international competitions and World Cups, etc.; a lovely strip-of-three set of Uruguay's 1924 issue, mounted and cancelled by the Madagascar Postal Office, makes a striking opener to the exhibit, Very Fine, one to view.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Current Bid$1,800
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Lot 1633
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Worldwide, Earlies-heavy Collection, ca. 1860-1979. In 16 Minkus Supreme or Master Global albums, the pages running from foxing to brand new, with binders generally in good, usable condition; pages run through the mid-1990s, with stamps ending around 1980 in general; coverage is strongest until the mid-1960s and—unlike almost every other such collection you'll find—coverage actually improves as you go further back; no rarities spotted, but many countries well-filled, including some not normally encountered; we note better Australia, Albania (!), Bhutan, Burundi, Ethiopia, India & States, Indonesia, Poland, Switzerland and Turkey, along with lovely Latin America (Argentina and Haiti quite nice); we also spotted Serbia Death Masks mint complete, etc.; no Great Britain but the Empire/Commonwealth is thoroughly represented, Fine to Very Fine, a solid collection in need of a new home; inspection invited.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Current Bid$1,600
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Lot 1634
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Worldwide, Philatelic Jumble, 1880-1985. Thousands of mint & used stamps presented in 27 Scott albums and four boxes, better mint includes Bahrain 81-90, Falkland Islands 54-60, with coverage of China, Great Britain, Germany, France and British Commonwealth, with many mint sets & part sets, a fresh clean collection with enough pickings to keep you busy for a while, be sure to check it out, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Current Bid$1,800
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Lot 1635
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Worldwide, Solid Collection to 1940. In two Scott International Blues, each slipcased and with years of life in them yet; no great rarities, but also no weak spots, either; nearly every country is well represented, some with duplication—much nicer than many of these types of collections we've seen; strong Europe and Colonies (though no Great Britain proper), nice Latin America and India & States, good China, decent Japan, etc., etc.; the condition issue here or there with the earliest items, but generally clean and sound; majority used (and a boon for the cancel collector) with mint a mix of hinged and never hinged, Fine to Very Fine, well worth a look.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Current Bid$1,300
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Lot 1636
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Worldwide, Collection of Specialty Collections, 1860's-1970's. A total of 34 albums, consisting of mostly Scott or Minkus specialty albums, with 10 Scott National albums, containing British Europe, Czechoslovakia, Israel, two Volumes of Germany with some good states, Imperial embossed eagles and perf and imperf Marx souvenir sheets, Greece, Netherlands and Colonies, Switzerland and three volumes of Latin America and 9 Minkus Specialty albums with Belgium, Italy (two albums), French Colonies, Germany, two volumes of Latin America, Netherlands, Scandinavia, Spain, a few Scott International albums (eight volumes that do not make up a complete set with the occasional better British Commonwealth set in the $30-$50 range, plus a 1840-1940 bound album with a very respectable level of completion) and five volumes of Minkus Global albums with of a bit of China and some better sections of Fiume, France 20c Ceres on cover, India and Korea, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,100
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Lot 1637
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Worldwide, Collection / Stock Accumulation, Mostly From 1850's to 1950's. 15 albums and stockbooks, 5 of which are albums and 10 are stockbooks, containing the following highlights: Belgium 235-36, Canada 14, 18, 23, 26, 60 mint, 99-103 no gum, 111 no gum, 113 no gum, 116 no gum, 119-20 no gum, 262 mint, Denmark 2 (4), 3 (2), 5 (3), 6, 8 (2), 12, 14, 15 (4), many numerals, 164-75, Egypt 172-76, Finland 10, Germany B59-67, B68, B91-92, B105, B106, C35-37, Norway 104-10 (3 sets plus duplicates), B2-3 used, B4 (3 used), Puerto Rico set of 6 Aerovias Puerto Rico Inc. stamps, Romania a few early imperf Carol issues, expect usual mixed condition, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, valuable collection with plenty of smaller premium stamps that quickly add up to decent value.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,000
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Lot 1638
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Worldwide, Mondial Melée. Five Scott International Blues holding, well, a bit of everything in need of some TLC, which will be well rewarded; this is a mix of old and new, mint and used, the common and the unusual; there are stretches of modern (1960s-'80s) material interspersed with very pretty classics; note very nice Latin America (including several pieces of postal stationery), nice Iran (with caveats), El Salvador #134-145 as proof pairs, Japanese Occupation of the Philippines including #N5 on cover, King George V Nyasaland, Obock overprints, Nicaraguan Provinces apparently complete, Lithuanian Airmails, Luxembourg Semi-Postals, stunning early Mauritius, and much, much more, Fine to Very Fine, an absolute must-view lot.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,000
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Lot 1639
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Worldwide, Collection, 1840-2000. In 24 Scott International albums, mostly used with pages to 2000, with strength from 1850's to 1980's with emphasis in Western Europe with their colonies, a few good sets in Canada and a few other Commonwealth areas as well as some good modern Japan on home made pages, a useful collection for expansion or if you wish to fill in some of those nice modern worldwide used sets that are missing in many collections, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,100
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Lot 1640
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Worldwide, Powerful Philatelic Collection, 1847-1970. Excellent grouping of worldwide souvenir sheets, better covers, former auction lots and sets, includes a binder of St Pierre & Miquelon, mint Australia 508 full sheet, St Thomas & Prince Islands 350a, Japan 283a, 288a, Poland 251, Argentina 452, B80-B83 sheets, U.S. 620-621 first day cover, Korea 73 used block if (20), Vatican City 155 first day cover, terrific stock for the dealer specializing in better material, have a close looksee, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,000
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Lot 1641
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Worldwide, Extensive Collection, 1840-1960's. In 23 albums, mostly Scott International, with a couple early bound Internationals and a few Minkus Globals thrown in, with the blue Internationals forming the main collection and a few back up and duplicate collections, the main collection strong in two volumes of early pre-1940's issues, with decent representation of British, French, Italian and Portuguese Colonies, with highlights that include: Australia 54, 179, Bavaria, several early imperf numerals, Belgium early imperf Leopold to 40c, Bermuda, three George V shilling value key plates, Cameroon, some Kaiser Yacht mark values, Canada 14, 25, 27, 30, 47, 58, 59 mint, 60, 99, 100, 149-59, 162-77, Cape of Good Hope 4p Triangle, China, a few early Empire and Republic issues, decent Fiume section, France, good perforated and imperf Napoleon to 90c, Ceres to 80c, good Peace and Commerce, offices in Egypt - Alexandria 1 full pane of 25, Gambia a couple imperf early Victoria issues, Germany 8, 24, early semi-postals, B141-43, some offices in China, German New Guinea mint Kaiser's Yacht to 3m, Great Britain 1, many early Victoria's including shilling values: 96 (2), 109, mixed mint and used Jubilee issue, 139, 141, several early Victoria officials, India, interesting Convention and Feudatory states, Ireland 93 mint, Italy 165-68, 210 mint, strong Memel, Mexico, early numerals, 1910's overprints, Monaco 5, a few early Nepal Khukris issues, strong early Russia with nice early commemoratives with C12-13, St. Helena 17 mint, Switzerland imperf seated Helvetia five values to 20r pale orange, Trinidad, nice early perf and imperf seated Britannia, decent early Turkey crescent moon and star and early Emp. Ottoman issues, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, This collection could easily be broken into individual collection with the main collection split into individual mini country collections for maximum profit potential.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,300
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Lot 1642
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Worldwide, Selection of Surprises. A box of mostly mint odd-ball material that's sure to please; US items include 1913 Philatelic Expo labels, miscellaneous Farleys, early Airs, 10 sets of Famous Americans sets, mint #212 with double perforations at top, some very pretty Special Delivery items and used #479-480, a few EFO miscuts, and more—some of this will grade; we also find Azad Hind sets, perf and imperf (and duplicated); a set of three Great Britain King George V International Stamp Exhibition labels, plus trial color printings of the Penny Black (postage and Official) from the original die, Newspaper stamps and an 1806 "FREE" crown cancel; a set of German Vacation stamps in blocks or strips, plus #B90 (2), B102 (2), B105-B106, DDR #B21a mint and used, along with Allied Forgeries and French Legion stamps; set of six Eritrea independence stamps; cut squares from Russia (including St. Petersburg), Austria, etc.; Egyptian proofs, two stamps from the King Farouk collection, plus a pane of 12 stamps used to make booklets (#212B)—one of only 20 such panes (though lower row damaged by removal of rubber band); Japan includes a set of First Issues in silver; plus souvenir sheets from Jordan, Uruguay, Egypt, Japan, Belgium, Timor, and more, Very Fine, for the collector who loves surprises (or the dealer looking for the unusual to spice up his list)—this is your lot.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 1643
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Worldwide, Balance Collection, Generally From 1930's-2000's. Several large boxes of stamps, currency and ephemera that were accumulated over many years as the collector was home bound, but never made the transition into albums and are stored in envelopes as he purchased them, it was clear after a quick view that many items were purchased from the various stamp approval companies with the occasional EBay purchase, there are decent sections of mint Australia, Canada, Great Britain (including some post office sets), various British Commonwealth and other worldwide issues that quickly add up in value postage, plus the occasional slight premium stamp that can be culled for retail sale, approximately 500-750 U.S. FDC's including a partial album of addressed gold replica's, additionally there is a nice ephemera group with newspapers, some stock certificates and receipts, some worldwide (mostly British Commonwealth) currency, etcetera, unfortunately, some of the boxes were stored in a moist environment, so a portion of the glassines have been water damaged and have a faint smell of mold, there is still plenty of value for the person who wants to take an hour or two sorting out and counting postage and occasional better items, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 1644
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Worldwide, Philatelic Shilly Shally, 1860-2000. Stored in 21 volumes plus on sheets and loose, includes mint Great Britain 78 (2), 132, 167, Canada C1, C4, E3, Canada postage including year sets, German collection, Austria collection, worldwide booklets, a bookplate from Hitler's library, collection of German wafers, France collection, loads of sale able material, some condition issues, a fine lot to dig through and enjoy, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 1645
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Worldwide, Philatelic Olla Podrida, 1855-1960. Meaty lot with many old time former auction lots in their original folders, includes Phillips, Apfelbaum, Abbey & Warwick & Warwick, with used Iceland collection, mint & used Germany collection, mint & used Belgium, Portugese Colonies, Australian States, Portugal, India, French Morocco, Japan, overall condition appears better than usual with many desirable stamps to be found, mixed condition, please inspect, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 1646
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Worldwide, Philatelic Endeavor, 1861-2000. Enormous collection of everything philatelic, includes country collections of British America, British Commonwealth, Italy, Japan, Switzerland, eleven volumes of U.S., six volumes of worldwide mint & used, two boxes of on & off paper, a nice bunch of worldwide covers, and a box of Showguard mounts, should be some decent digging throughout, mixed condition as to be expected, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 1647

Worldwide, Specimen and Cinderella Collection, 1860's-1980's. A total of 700-800 Specimens, Cinderella's and Labels organized two stock books of manila pages, one album containing 350 to 400 specimen stamps, mostly Japan Mihon's, Latin America, Victoria era British Commonwealth and a few modern Africa stamps and the other album containing roughly 350-400 Cinderella's, Seals and Labels, many great items that are often desired these days as many collectors have long ago found the usual issues and increasingly desire the more unusual items, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 1648
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Worldwide, Collection Balance, 1850's-1980's. A large array of duplicates, loose album pages and glassines that never made it into the main collection and little starter collections without any order, plus a couple Scott Specialized volumes of Canada with a couple post office year sets, a couple Scott Internationals, all jumbled together. Needless to say, it has not been picked and that makes it a great candidate for the treasure hunter. If you take the care and patience a lot like this needs, you could be rewarded with some great sets lurking about, needless to say, careful viewing is recommended, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Current Bid$600
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Lot 1649
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Worldwide, Foundational Collection to about 1980. Housed in seven Scott International Blues, thousands of stamps from around the world; overwhelmingly used, but note some mint mounted; strongest in British Commonwealth and Eastern Europe, with solid post-WWII coverage worldwide; no rarities, but well-filled overall and an excellent basis for expansion; pages generally clean (some Scott, some homemade), a couple binders in need of replacement, Fine to Very Fine, inspect.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Current Bid$650
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Lot 1650
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Worldwide, Philatelic Mish Mash, 1870-1995. 5 volumes and on pages, includes album of New Zealand, stockbook of mint & used Iceland, album of mint & used British Antarctic Territory, mint & used Australia, German Plebiscites, British Commonwealth Omnibus sets, also Switzerland, classic Scandinavia, classic Mexico and more, quite a few tasty morsels, bring your appetites and your checkbooks, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Current Bid$600
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Lot 1651
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Worldwide, Collection With Pages From 1940-80. In 20 Scott International albums containing thousands of stamps from many different countries, which has much potential for breakdown and sales as individual country collections, a bargain price with a low estimate of just $50 an album, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$800
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Lot 1652
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Worldwide, Collection of Collections, 1850's to 1980's. Over 60 albums of various subjects, manufactures and sizes, with sections such as a three volume Art collection, some European single country collections and several worldwide multi-volume collections. This is from the balance of a huge messy dealer's stock, where we found many better stamps squirrelled away in boxes filled with common stamps, but the mass of these books was just too daunting, so there is some great potential here, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$550
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Lot 1653
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Worldwide, Philatelic Aria, 1888-2000. A holding in ten volumes and various boxes, contains Monaco, Great Britain first day covers, Lebanon, Switzerland, Polar stamps & covers including FAST 2-7, C4, Australia Antarctic Territory, British Antarctic Territory, volume of souvenir sheets, United Arab Republic, Vatican 155a, Morocco, Chad, Tannu Tuva mint & used collection, Ethiopia, everything and anything philatelic, a sure fire money maker, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 1654
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Worldwide, Zeppelin-issue Airmails, 1912-38. A mint and used stockbook collection (mint including a few no gum items), featuring issues from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Egypt, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy (with Cyrenaica and Tripolitania), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Paraguay, Russia, San Marino, Tannu-Tuva and the US; Argentina and Germany used (Germany including Polar, South America and Chicago sets); Russia includes perf and imperf issues; the US #C18 (one mint, pair used), with five nice looking Zeppelin covers (4 German, 1 Brazil) included; a big bonus is a mint set of Germany Rhine-Main Airmails (Michel #I-III), Fine to Very Fine or better, a nice lot—be sure to view.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Current Bid$700
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Lot 1655
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Worldwide, Former Auction Lots From The 1980's. Housed in 10 volumes and on pages, with binder of used Romania, stockbook of used Lebanon, two stockbooks of German States, stockbook of Italian Colonies, stockbook with mint & used Bulgaria, stockbook of Syria, Angola on stockpages, mixed condition, no rarities to mention, but quantities of material, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$400
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Lot 1656
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Worldwide, Collection, 1850's-1960's. Well-worn and certainly beloved beginner to intermediate album held together with much tape and the occasional banal fortune cookie paper that briefly touches enlightenment when placed along certain stamps making an interesting scrapbook feel to the collection, with the occasional better item scattered about, with Canada 54 mint, 62 used, 81-82 mint, 84 used, 92 mint, several interesting revenue issues, some nice early China Republic issues and a few early PRC, France a few Peace and Commerce with plenty of colonies issues, Great Britain 136-38, Hong Kong 31, 33-35 (faulty), 52-54, 65, 104, 106, QEII mint group to $10, Hawaii 34 mint, 44 mint, Northern Rhodesia 3-16 mint, 61-74 mint, a few interesting Spanish Civil War stamps / labels and United States Cigar Stamp, Series 125 / Class C / 25, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, nice little collection with better items scattered about to be worth consideration.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$550
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Lot 1657

Worldwide, Massive Postal Card / Stationery Accumulation, Late 19th to Early 20th Century. Approximately 1,400 mostly unused stationery entires, some identified by Higgins and Gage, moderate duplication, but many of the cards are different, from all over the world with a good section of Portuguese colonies, Russian area with a strong former Russia and Soviet area section, Romania, Hungary, early Finland, etc., decent Belgium and Spain, good amount of Middle East, including some really unusual Tunisia, some nice early Germany and France, a nice little Honduras section and 300 cards from all over British Commonwealth with many Victoria, Edward, George V issues, some occasional Indian States and various interesting usages, etc., Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 1658

Worldwide, Photo Stamps, 1880-1940. An extensive worldwide collection of stamp-like photos, personal, business, promotional including uses on cover, card, business card, etc., a broad range with emphasis on earlier material, a 15-year collection, must be seen, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 1659
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Worldwide, Air Etiquette Booklets, 1941 Onward. 63 booklets of various sizes, all are different, 22 are U.S., these are very difficult to find, especially in the condition present in this group, inspect, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 1660
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Worldwide, Classics Conglomeration, from F onward. In three Scott International Blue plus a Minkus Master Global albums; starts with French Back-of-the-Book issues and continues with a nice array of the world from there; note solid European Offices (including better-than-usual French Offices in China) and Indian States, decent Latin America and Monaco, nice Mexico, Lebanon and Yugoslavia, etc.; three volumes of Classics plus a single-volume 1940s collection—plus a bonus Hungary collection with near-filled early Occupation overprints; coverage is mixed, but the holding is generally clean and sound, Fine to Very Fine, inspect.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid$325
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Lot 1661
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Worldwide, Philatelic Pastiche, 1880-1975. Presented in 12 volumes, we note stockbook of mint & used Egypt with back of the book, stockbook of France, mint Swiss Officials, with Greece, quantities of Norway and Western Europe, should be more than enough to while away a weekend or two, mixed condition, please inspect to obtain this lots true value, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid$300
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Lot 1662
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Conglomerate, 1855-1990. Residing in 9 volumes, binder of used France, album of mint & used Romania, stockbook of Germany, album of mint Channel Islands, German States, binder of Denmark, plenty of sale able material, mixed condition, careful viewing will be well rewarded, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid$300
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Lot 1663
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Worldwide, Balance of Miscellaneous Stamps and Covers, Mostly From 1890's-1950's. Approximately 100 covers and groups of interesting stamps in glassines or on black dealer cards, with Canada - Saskatchewan set of seven law stamps, China Scott C12/C15/C18, 1937 legal size registered cover starting in Shanghai completing FAM 14 from Hong Kong to San Francisco, Great Britain 10/- NH Windsor Castle, seven 1950 Italian airmail covers (mostly franked with 473A/477) from Carpino Foggia to New York, small group of Japan postal cards, Ryukyu Islands #8-13 three unaddressed FDC's, 8-13 two sets and many duplicates of various values, 15 eight FDC's, 18 three FDC's, E1 FDC, E1 (68, mostly NH), U1a (2 unused entires, with normal for comparison), and a group of 1960's commemorative sets in quantity, twelve envelopes signed by Shuhei Higa, Chief Executive, Prov. Central Gov't, Ryukyu Islands, British Commonwealth 68 mostly different 1937 Coronation covers, many registered and many first days, group of five Boy Scout first day covers, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid$300
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Lot 1664
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Worldwide, Revenues Collection. Several hundred mostly used Fiscals and Revenues in two Lighthouse stockbooks; an interesting array of material, with regularly seen countries such as Austria, France and Germany, but with surprises throughout, including a very nice Italy selection (including two stamps used on a mass request at the Basilica of St. Anthony in Padua), nice Cuba, Russia (including multiples used), Switzerland (many Cantonals) and Turkey, an array of Latin America, and uncommon material, among which Albania (!), Bulgaria, Poland, and even some Colonies, Fine to Very Fine, be sure to view.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$300
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Lot 1665
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Worldwide, Philatelic Melange, 1901-20. Residing in five Scott albums, better mint with Antigua "Specimen" overprints 21, 24, 27, 28, 30, Azores 101-111, Barbados "Specimen" overprint 104, Gibraltar 66-75, 71a, 71b, 71c, 92, Romania 196-205, Saint Helena 50-55, with plenty of sale able material, mixed condition, review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 1666
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Worldwide, Willy-Nilly Collection, 1940-79. Housed in 19 Scott International Blues, one volume a world-wide A-Z for the 1940s, with the collection organized by year thereafter; scattered holding throughout, with the 1960s showing the strongest overall coverage; throughout the time period, however, we note fuller Africa (especially independent Africa) and Eastern Europe than normally found; binders still usable, pages largely clean, Fine to Very Fine, be sure to view.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1667
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Worldwide, Useful Mint & Used Collection, 1860-1960. Mounted in a Scott album, mint unless noted Philippines 383-395, 411-424, Curacao 1-3, 5, 7, C18-C32, CB1-CB8, Guadeloupe 44, 142-147, 189-205, B4-B8, Martinique 173-178, B3-B7, C10-C12, Saint Pierre & Miquelon 156-159, 207-208, 209-212, 214-215, 324-342, 345, B9-B10, C15-C17, C18, C20, C21-C22, some excellent pickings especially in the Saint Pierre collection, mixed condition, please examine, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1668
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Worldwide, Collection, 1850's-1966. In 3 Minkus Global albums containing thousands of stamps, hinged or mounted, from many countries, which has much potential for breakdown and sales as individual country collections, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1669
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Collection, 1880-2000. In boxes, albums, sheets & display cards there are hundreds of worldwide mint & used, first day covers, Canada first flights, Monaco collection, Bulgaria collection, Newfoundland, Canada, French Occupations and Denmark sheets, Australia collection, Great Britain collection, plenty of sale able material, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$400
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Lot 1670
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Worldwide, Butterflies & Moths Exhibit Collection. "Beauty on the Wing" is the exhibit's sub-title, and it holds true for this 48-page presentation; mounted and ready to present, fully annotated, this is the prettiest science lesson you're likely to see for some time; introduces the Lepidoptera Order and its classification and nomenclature, with presentations of 11 butterfly and six moth Families; discusses their relation to mankind (sericulture, folklore, art, environment, conservation, etc.); and finishes with markings from towns and ships with butterfly names; stamps are pristine mint, covers are commercial and clean, and we even noted several revenue uses of postage stamps; the title page is graced by an Ivory Coast cover bearing two 65F Cat's Eye Emperor stamps, used postally but not issued through the Postal Agency—and thus not Scott-listed despite their postal validity, Very Fine, a gorgeous holding, and a colorful introduction for non-collectors.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1671
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Worldwide, Philatelic Havoc, 1890-1975. Thousands of mint & used stamps & souvenir sheets, mint unless noted, with Azores 101-111, Greece 484-487, Libya 10-12, Spain imperf C62-C67, Netherlands B1-B3, Switzerland plus military stamps, 352a, B80, B297 (2), semi official airmail stamps, a healthy lot perfect for internet dealings, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 1672
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Worldwide, Philatelic Kerfuffle, 1890-1975. A few hundred stamps and cover held in three albums and three boxes and loose, with a box of large Bank Note correspondence, mint & used singles in the albums, on & off paper, an interesting lot to be sure, look her up, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid$150
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Lot 1673
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Worldwide, Mash-Up Collection. 6 binders/albums of material, including three volumes of Israel (many with tabs, some as blocks of 4 or sheetlets, and strongest post-1970), one of UN, and one of Bhutan featuring lenticular and gold-embossed stamps (no Records); also features several PRC presentation folders and a mix of supplies; good stock for the internet dealer or packet maker, Fine to Very Fine with better.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Current Bid$130
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