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Lot 1674
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Worldwide, Dealer Stock, Late 19th to Mostly 20th Century. Large stock meticulously organized and identified in #3 glassines, housed in over 170 counter boxes in alphabetical country order and easily containing over 60,000 individual glassines with strong selection of British Commonwealth, Western Europe and a bit of Asia and Latin America, with stronger areas that include: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Finland, France with some decent offices in Colonies, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Japan with many better commemorative complete sets, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal with a bit of colonies, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and U.S., individual stamps and sets which range from mostly a few dollars and up to $50 or more, with sets picked for desirability and sound condition, the first thing you will notice is the degree of precision this previous owner had with not only how he picked his stamps, but also the methodical way he sorted and made careful notes about each item. Keep in mind, when you view, with our conservative estimate of 60,000 glassines and $30,000 low estimate, likely in excess of $300,000 catalog value (which could be conservative). On our estimations, the stock breaks down to only 50¢ a glassine and the average glassine Scott price and quality is higher than you often see with dealer stocks, so be sure allow enough time to value appropriately, the vast majority of the stamps are o.g., some stamps never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine, a useful stock of much better quality than usually encountered with many fresh and sound complete sets, a bourse or internet sale in one lot!
Estimate $20,000 - 30,000.
Current Bid$10,000
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Lot 1675
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Worldwide, Safety Deposit Box Accumulation of Goodies, 1850's-1950's. Highly valuable group of better sets and singles on individual black approval cards or counter book tear pages with each item identified (mostly by Scott numbers) and of better condition with mint: Antigua 1, 21-30 (2 sets), Australia 76, 113-25, 218-21, 365-79 NH, 376-79 Specimen, J20, Bahamas 49-56, 70-84, Bahrain 32-37, Barbados 90-101, Bechuanaland Protectorate 105-16, Belgium B122 NH, Bermuda 97, 118-28, 126a NH, SG 120a, Brazil 2CL1, 2CL3-5, British Columbia 5, British Guiana 66a, 124, Bulgaria 244-50, Canada 53 block of four, 55, O1-4/O6-10, Cape of Good Hope 12, 63-71, Cayman Islands 32-44, Ceylon 225-44, 263-64 Specimen, Cook Islands 30-38, Cyprus 12, 61a-71, Denmark 192-97, C1-3 NH, C1-5, Dominica 24, 35-49 (less 42), Falkland Islands 20-21 (2 sets), 107-20, Fiji 70-78, France 197, B38 (3 NH), C16-17, C23-27 NH, C29-32 NH, French Antarctic Territory 25-28 (2 NH), Germany 350 NH corner margin block of four, 351-62, 670-80 NH, B141-43, C45, C46-56 (2), Berlin to 2m, 9N1-20, 9N68 NH corner margin block of four, 9N35-41, 9N61-63, 9N75-79 NH corner margin blocks of four, DDR 82-84 NH, Gibraltar 5, Great Britain 51, 58, 64 plate 10, 80, 81 (2), 82 plate 22, 85, 86 plate 17, 122, 143b, 155a, 161e, 173e, 177-78, 205a-7a, 207c, J18-25 (3 sets), J39-44, J45-54 (2 sets), offices in Turkey 2, SG 536a-39a, SG M47b, SG N7a, SG N15c, Greece 277-86, 321-34, 344-61, 556-67, Grenada 11, 58-65, Hong Kong 178-79, Iceland 144-48, 144-48 NH, C4-C8 (2), India 150-67, 203-6, Ireland 79b, Israel 33-34 with tabs, Italy 46-50/C29-35, 117-18, 165-70, 349-54 NH, 477, 486-88, C23-26, C27, C66-72/CE8-9 (2 sets), C79-83, Aegean Islands 31-35, C32-38, Rodi 45-54 NH, Trieste 15-17 NH, Jamaica 75-87, Jordan 145-57, Karelia 1-15, South Korea 90, 227-28, 286-86a, Kuwait 80-81A, Labuan 110-18, Leeward Islands 83 NH, Libya B48-54, Liechtenstein 94-107, C1-6 (2), Malta 1, 85, 86-93, 98-114, Malaya Perak 59, Malaya Trengganu 38, Malta 82-84, 98-114, Manchukuo 59, Montserrat 22-31, 75-81, Natal 97, Nauru 13-16, 15, Netherlands O1-8, Newfoundland 104-14, New Guinea 1-11, 18-29, C14-27, C46-59, British New Hebrides 17-25, J1-5, New Zealand 31, 53, 119, 130-39, 145-59, J2-11, Orange River Colony 61-69, Pakistan 2-15, Penrhyn Island 15 block of four, Portugal 747-48, Queensland 83, Rhodesia 13 block of eight, Romania 166-72, 196-206, Russia 489-509, 706-12, 845-49, 852-55, 1284-89, B80-87, C34-35, C37, C37-39, Ryukyu Islands 1a-7a, St. Helena 101-10, St. Lucia 5, 6, St. Vincent 39, Samoa 199, Saar B9-15, Solomon Islands 1-7, Spain 58a, CB6, CB8-17, Suriname 184-207, Switzerland 7O1-19, Syria 20, Tannu Tuva 45-52, Thailand 75-89, Trinidad & Tobago 12-20, Upper Silesia 32-42 NH, Vatican City C16-17, C20-21 (2), Venezuela C79-113, C189-97, Victoria J10, Wallis & Futuna 94-126, used: Bavaria 3, Bermuda 54, British Honduras 84, British Protectorate 50 bisect, Bulgaria 1-5, Cape of Good Hope 12, 14, 15, Cayman Islands 30, Falkland Islands 44a, Finland 7, France 9, Great Britain 2, 4 pair, 124, 140 pair, 141 (2), O51, O69, Grenada 67, Northern Rhodesia 1-17, New Brunswick 1, Nova Scotia 1, Rhodesia SG 241, SG 279, Serbia 2NB5-6, Southern Nigeria 56 and Thailand C1/C3/C5 2¢ FDC. Overall condition is of superior quality with many beautiful sets that were chosen for freshness and desirability, generally Fine to Very Fine, if you are a buyer of quality worldwide items, then you should add this lot to your viewing list.
Estimate $15,000 - 20,000.
Current Bid$7,500
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Lot 1676

Worldwide, Topsy-Turvy Topical Tumbler. Come to us in 25 stockbooks plus seven tubs, a surprising salmagundi of stamps on several subjects; wildlife predominates, from the birds and the beetles to the walruses and the whales; additional topics found include sports, art, space, celebrities, ships, etc.; stockbooks are generally sorted alphabetically by country (or by region), as are the three tubs of hanging file folders with additional material; the stamps come in all formats: singles, sets, blocks, souvenir sheets and booklets, with many duplicated (either blocks or part- or full sheets), with First Days, maximum cards and the like interspersed; some material appears not yet unpacked from the original shipping envelopes; the time needed to organize this properly will be well rewarded by either a rock-solid collection or a wealth of material ready for the web, bourse or packet, Very Fine, be sure to set aside time to view.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000.
Current Bid$3,750
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Lot 1677
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Worldwide, "So You Want To Be A Stamp Dealer", 1880-2000. Tens of thousands of U.S. & foreign stamps & covers, presented in every which way possible, there is U.S. postage, mint United Nations & foreign, in singles, blocks & plate blocks, approval booklets, worldwide first day covers, precancels, mixed condition, this is going to take quite a while to examine so set aside sufficient time, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
Current Bid$3,000
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Lot 1678
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Worldwide, Massive Premium Souvenir Sheet Accumulation, Generally 1930's-50's. From an old time holding which was accumulated mostly in the mid to late 1950's from various auction houses and built upon until it filled a large box, many of the souvenir sheets are remarkable fresh considering their age and were primarily stored in dealer lot envelopes or in mint sheet files in a climate controlled area, so they don't have the amount of curling or condition issues you see with many sheet from this time period, containing: Albania 280 (9), 289 (4), 298 (20), Argentina 452 (5), 474 (4), Belgian Congo 172 souvenir sheet (30), Belgium 171 (2), 221, B106 (3), B169 (4), B178, B178 (3), B179, B302A (10+), Bolivia 288-89 perf and imperf, Brazil 465 (7), Costa Rica 183 (approximately 450), China B9a (3), Croatia B11-12 (3 perf and imperf), B18 (4), Czechoslovakia 239 (85), 251 (24), 310 (60), B152 (many), B153 (many), B158 (100), B159 (40), P26 (34), Danzig C41 (10), France 226, 241, 329 (4), several sets of French Colonies set of Colonial Arts Exhibition, Germany B33, many Hitler and Horse souvenir sheets, B106 (2), Guatemala C99 (approximately 40), Honduras C154 imperf (2), Hungary 486 (5 mint, 2 used), 528 (19 mixed mint and used), B94 (10), B97 (3), B108-9 (2), B113 (100+), B198-D (2), CB1-1C (2), Iceland B5 (11), Japan 117a, 283a, 288a (3), 358a (7), 367a (10), 395 (20), 396 (20), Latvia B70-71 (5-10 of each), Lithuania 309a (20), Liechtenstein 151 (8), B10 (10), B18 (1), Luxembourg 217 (5), B151, Paraguay 410-13, Poland 314-16 (5), 333 (9), B29 (7 mixed perf and imperf), B35 (17), Portugal 594a (4), 614a (3), 637a (4), 641a (11), 649a (14), 657a (4), 661a (4), 670a, 674a (4), Philippines 515 (100-200), Romania B354 (10+), B40 (18), B148, B267, Russia 596 (14), 603a (36), 959 (7), 970 (15), C75a, San Marino 185 (3), 186 (200), 186-87 (8 sets), 239 (5 perf, 5 imperf sheets), Serbia 2NB5a-b perf and imperf, 2NB27-28 (2), Slovakia B27a, Spain 585 (4), 585c (94), B106B (35-40), B106C, B108A, Spanish Morocco 174a (5), 175a (5), Switzerland 242 (10), B80 (15), B89 (29), B105, B116 (2), B144 (8), B178 (3), Syria C141a, Turkey 841 (12), 933 (21), 1054a, Yugoslavia 196a (3), B57a (many) and more that were in lower quantities that made identification overwhelming, mostly o.g., many never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine, an unusually fresh group that can be difficult to encounter these days.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Current Bid$2,500
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Lot 1679
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Worldwide, Safety Deposit Box Accumulation of Goodies, 1840's-1950's. Highly valuable group of better sets and singles on individual black approval cards or counter book tear pages with each item identified (mostly by Scott numbers) and of better condition with mint: Canada 38, 46-47, 101-2, Denmark C1-5 (2 sets), Hungary C24-25, Israel 28-30 with tabs, Liechtenstein C7-8, Newfoundland 115-26, C3, France B38, C16-C17, C17, Germany 585A-93 NH, 675a, 9N35-41, Greece 202 block with foldover and printed on reverse, Great Britain, group of 18 better Victoria's from 49//126, 111-22, 209, 309-12, SG 419b, SG 420f, Iceland O40-47, Liberia M1, Malta 148-66, New Zealand 98, Switzerland B105 NH, Turks Islands 14, and used: Australia SG 65, Austria B110a, Canada 62, 136-38 used blocks of four, Cyprus 108, France C15, Great Britain 1, 2 single, 2 horizontal pair, 5 on cover to Boston, 28, 57, 108 (2), 109, 126 (2), 224 (two blocks of four), group of nine better officials, offices in Turkey 62-64, Tripolitania J9, Italy Aegean Islands CE1-2, Latvia CB21-24, Malaya Johore 100, North Rhodesia 8 block of four, St. Helena 93, San Marino 134-38, 150, Seychelles 125A-48 (less 134A), Sierra Leone SG 111 and Trinidad and Tobago 21-33 (less 32). Overall condition is of superior quality with many beautiful sets that were hand picked for desirability, generally Fine to Very Fine, view this lot if you enjoy better quality sets or singles.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Current Bid$2,000
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Lot 1680
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Worldwide, Old Time Better Accumulation, Mostly 1850's-1950's. Massive old time hoard from various auction lots and glassines that were mostly accumulated in the 1950's and have been squirrelled away these last six or seven decades, with many better classical issues scattered about, with highlights: Australia 3-10 mint, Belgium B69-77 (3), B241-48, Canada 8, 18 (2), 19 (2), 20, 22-25, 26, 27-30, 28, 46-47, 50-57, 51-54 mint, 84, 95, 99-100, 99-102, 99 mint, 101-2 mint, 119 mint, 158, 162-77 mint, Danzig 200-10, Denmark 4a, 12 (2), 14 mint, 17, 24, 82, C4, Falkland Islands 1L19-33, Finland several coat of arms serpentine perforations, 19 (2), 20, 30, 57, 75, Greenland 19-21 (4), 22 (2), 27 (2), Iceland full page of early numerals of various denominations, 1902 Christian IX to 2k, several numerals with '1 Gildi' overprints, 1907 Christian IX and Frederik VIII to 1k, 86-91 (4 sets plus stray values), 92-95 (x4), 98 used, 130-38 plus duplicates, 149, 152-61, 170-75, O54-62, Italy C42-47 (2 sets), Malta 246-62, Netherlands 3, 11, Norway 1 (2), 2-5, 2-3, 7, 9, 10, 13, 20, 28, 41 (2), 66 (2), 67, 96-98 (20+ sets plus many higher values), B1-3 (1 used set, 1 mixed mint and used set, 1 mint set), Switzerland 10, 29, 35, British Commonwealth 1946 Peace issue (a couple sets that appear complete), condition is mixed as usual, but you should find the overall condition to be better than usually encountered, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, excellent old time accumulation with so many better stamps that seem to jump out.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Current Bid$2,000
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Lot 1681
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Worldwide, Wide-Ranging Stock Selection. A total of 100 black cards housed two per page in a Lighthouse stockbook; every page a surprise, with cards placed as they were obtained; good British Commonwealth, with Great Britain #3 mint, Bahamas (including #17 no gum), Barbados (including four cards of Britannias), Bermuda, Canada (Jubilees mint, ½¢ to 10¢; Quebec Tercentenary mint complete), Cape of Good Hope, Grenada, New South Wales, Queensland, St. Vincent, South Australia, Trinidad (including #O8 with unlisted double overprint), Victoria, Western Australia; as well as Algeria #178 double print, and imperforate pairs of #200, 203 and 206; two cards of angled "Serbien" overprints on Bosnia Herzegovina Military Post issues; Liuboml Locals, Italian States (Romagna, Parma, Roman States), Saar (two cards), Japan (including a pretty #3b used), Spain #164-165, 167 and 172 double prints, Corrientes setting of eight, DDR #122-136 never hinged blocks of four, an 1867 cover front bearing Sweden #6 and 14 (both tied), Turkey (five cards), Seated Helvetias, Albania #13A mint, Mexico (three cards), Tibet #1//5 & 8 used, Poland Tarnow Local overprints, and much more including even a few Revenues, Fine to Very Fine with much better throughout, most definitely worth the time to view.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Current Bid$2,000
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Lot 1682
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Worldwide, Philatelic Conflagration, 1850-1975. Many thousands of mint & used stamps held in display cards in red file boxes, includes excellent Canada, Prince Edward Island, mint PRC 126-127, Vatican, Falkland Islands 128-139, solid Italy, super Iceland with 274-277, Great Britain, Belgium, & Germany and areas, generally inexpensive stamps, but with enough gems throughout to make for an interesting acquisition, mixed condition, review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Current Bid$2,500
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Lot 1683
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Worldwide, Massively Valuable Goodie Accumulation, 1850's-1990's. Cameroun C295-95 CTO sheets of 50, Canal Zone C15-20 (2 mint sets), J12 mint block of four with plate number, Ceylon 6, Finland in a red box of dealer "102" cards with a couple serpentine roulette Coat of Arms and a few better perforations of early coat of arms and Imperial Arms of Russia, France 19 used, 96, 226b mint, 294 mint, 300a mint, B6 mint, B8 mint, B43 mint, Bavaria 8, group of dealer tear sheets of better Germany Imperial issues, small book of dealer tear sheets containing post WWII German locals with a couple Hitler Obliteration sets, stockbook with a good section of Great Britain with many sea horses, Gold Coast 78a mint, Israel group of better covers, from Palestine, Forerunner and a few early commercial covers, Liechtenstein 54-69, 82-89 mint sets, Natal 91 mint, Netherlands 3 (2), 6 mint, 11-12, Straits Settlements 88, 171 mint, Switzerland 7 (3), 8 (4), 10 (2), 12 (3) (Scott value $3,100, just for the coat of arms issues) 19, U.S. 541 NH block of six (Scott $660), 3137 Bugs Bunny 30 vertical pairs with gutters between (Scott $900), Michigan 1968 Non Resident Fishing Stamp sheet of 20, Tibet 1, 3-6, group of 1960's Vatican sets in complete sheets, a nice little South Vietnam mini collection with a good selection of mint stamps between 1950's and 1975, a few better Latin American proofs, mounted on cards, some 1937 Coronation sets, 1946 Peace issue covers and nearly complete mint 1953 Coronation issue and a few Coronation covers, group of 20-30 Disney Topical sets and souvenir sheets, some mixed condition as you would expect to see with a lot of this type, combined with pockets of value that quickly add up to substantial amounts, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,000
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Lot 1684
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Worldwide, Massive Retired Dealer Stock, Late 19th to Mid 20th Centuries. In 55 dealer counter books, 37 boxes of glassines and 3 shoeboxes of glassines, with 32 of the counter books that seem to be penny approvals, where common stamps are hinged to a page for customers to pick out at their leisure, the remaining 22 counter books are of normal dealer tear sheets, boxes of glassines contain slightly better than common sets and singles from less than a dollar to $10 or $20 and even the occasional over hundred dollar stamp, organized and identified and could add up to decent cumulative Scott value, usual mixed condition, the stamps seem to have been identified three or four decades ago, so expect dramatic Scott value changes, a little spot checking to see how much these stamps have increased would be prudent, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Current Bid$1,100
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Lot 1685
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Worldwide, Philatelic Macédoine, 1863-2000. Thousands of stamps, cards, covers and sheets in one huge lot, includes approximately $1,500.00 face with singles, plate blocks, souvenir sheets, full sheets and sheetlets, values from 3¢ to $2, a mint PRC collection, worldwide first days and postal history, hundreds of glassines with mint & used, some supplies and who know what else is in here, the only limit is the work put into it, mixed condition, please review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 1686
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Worldwide, Philatelic Festival, 1851-2000. Residing in 36 albums, boxes, in envelopes, and loose, we have thousands of mint & used stamps & covers, a few better mint shows Canada #34-40, 47, 60, 66 (20), 71 block of (6), 66-72, 99 block of (3), 102 (3), 209 (2), C3 block of six, New Brunswick 6-11, U.S. first day covers and cacheted event covers, U.S. face, Great Britain & British Commonwealth, better used Canada 61-63, Prexie kiloware, even some mounts & supplies, some condition & moisture issues but overall, Fine to Very Fine, plenty of gems to mine here!!
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$1,200
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Lot 1687
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Worldwide, Mostly Europe Dealer Stock, 1850's-1980's. Approximately 2,300 to 2,600 dealer cards, on 101 size cards in baseball card holders, with values from 20¢ to over $100, written many years ago, containing a few albums of topicals and Europa, decent sections of Austria, Beligum, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Sweden and exceptionally higher Scott value worth of Switzerland (which should be spot checked as many of the Swiss value is late 19th and early 20th century that can be easily misidentified), over $13,400 retail or older Scott value, usual mixed condition, when we spot checked the value, many of the stamps have increased substantially, you should also spot check when viewing or ask for a couple sample scans so you can find a good multiplier to determine current value, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$800
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Lot 1688
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Worldwide, Dealer Stock Balance, Late 19th Century to 1980's. In three sections: processed inventory on dealer cards, stamps in a Tarifold and unprocessed material, containing approximately 5,000 to 7,000 dealer cards, with values from 20¢ to over $100, written many years ago with a very diverse selection of dealer cards from all over the world including a good amount of U.S. with values ranging from a small amount to some quite meaty sections with approximately $8,000 to $10,000 retail or older Scott value, in addition there is a complete Terifold display with over $500 Scott or Retail value within its pages, additionally there is a group of glassines filled with souvenir sheets and large blocks that was unprocessed as well as a group of black dealer approval cards that was unpriced, usual mixed condition, when we spot checked the value, many of the stamps have increased substantially, you should also spot check when viewing or ask for a couple sample scans so you can find a good multiplier to determine current value, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$800
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Lot 1689
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Worldwide, Packet Makers Delight, 1850's to 1990's. Containing loose stamps in small boxes, album pages, small mini collections, supplies including a box of unopened Vario pages, some U.S. postage and the occasional better item. This is the balance of a huge messy dealer's stock, where we found many better stamps squirrelled away in boxes filled with common, but we couldn't find everything, so there is some great potential to find some real treasures here, we suggest taking a bit of time with viewing so you can fully appreciate, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$850
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Lot 1690
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Worldwide, Large Old Time Collection Balance, Mostly 1850's-1950's. Several large boxes of loose glassines, envelopes, stock books and approval books from old time collection, mostly from the 1950's (plus a few odds and ends that were thrown in from the son's desk), that appears to have not been looked at for 60 or 70 years, with approximately 30 old time approval books that were produced in the 1940's and 1950's from American Philatelic Society, National Philatelic Society and Society of Philatelic Americans with Denmark 2, 2a, 3, 8, 12, 15, 135, C1-3, Finland 7, 9 (2), 13, Luxembourg 1, 11, approximately a dozen stock books with Canada 17, 29, 43 no gum, 47, 54 mint, 71 no gum, 99, 100, 102, J3 mint, F3 no gum, Switzerland 376-77, better unidentified U.S. with banknote and early BEP postage dues and nice selection of early officials, expect usual mixed condition, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, valuable old time collection with plenty of smaller premium stamps that quickly add up to significant value.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 1691
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Worldwide, Philatelic Pandemonium, 1845-2000. Terrific lot of British Commonwealth, Great Britain, Channel Islands, Germany, Ireland, France, French Antarctic & Southern Territories, we note mint Canada 202 block of four, 209 block of four, 268-273 in pairs, Cyprus 183-197, Belgium 171, album of used Great Britain with 3 & 33 platings, and a collection of Antarctic related stamps & souvenir sheets, well worth aggressive bid, inspect, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 1692
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Worldwide, Philatelic Gallimaufry, 1851-2010. A copious amount of material with many desirable item, includes U.S. face, US. first day covers, worldwide first day covers, postal stationery, stamps used as revenues, presentation packs, Malta postal history, China postal history, picture postcards, German postal history, Bahamas postal history, British Commonwealth postal history, advertising covers, and much more, needs careful inspection so please leave sufficient time, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 1693
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Worldwide, Accumulation, Mostly From Late 19th Century to 2000's. 10 stock books, several cover albums and many loose glassines / dealer stock cards full of random sets, singles and souvenir sheets accumulated over many years, accumulation is unsorted and there appear to be plenty of better $5 to $50 sets scattered about and has potential for the person looking for a good project of sorting and processing, just based upon the volume of the lot, it should easily be worth the inexpensive estimate, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$550
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Lot 1694
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Worldwide, Philatelic Farrago, 1880-1999. In 44 albums, better with hundreds of mint China, mint & used Republic of Chlna, PRC, Greece collection, Bahrain collection with mint 26, 28, 38-51, 52-59, 62-63, Vatican collection, San Marino collection, French Colonies, India States, sure to make some bidder's day, mixed condition, review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 1695

Worldwide, Small Dealer's Bonanza. A box containing perhaps 200-300 singles/sets in various glassines, stock cards, and dealer cards; strongest in Europe and British Empire, but includes a good bit of other areas as well. Just about everything catalogs $25-$100, with some higher and some lower, but everything just failed to be an individual lot, due to either lower catalog value or to condition problems, many of which are very minor. This one's worth a careful examination.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 1696
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Worldwide, Stock Book Hoard, 1850's to 1980's. 66 stock books of various sizes, from small little book holding random stamps; binders filled with stock sheets or nice Lindner or Lighthouse bound stock books. 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 to find some real treasures here, taking a little time to carefully view may yield a decent return, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$550
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Lot 1697
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Worldwide, Philatelic Avalanche, 1857-2010. Thousands of items presented in a messy fashion, includes Europe commercial covers, British Commonwealth first day covers & picture postcards, Africa commercial mail, Scandinavia postal history, U.S. private perfs, German Colonies postal cards, Netherlands Colonies postal history, Shanghai China postcards with U.S. K1, 1992-1993 PRC year sets, U.S. CAM & first flight covers, 1904 St Louis exposition item, mint & used Germany, Australia postal history, and that barely scratches the surface, time is required to inspect this winner, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Current Bid$400
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Lot 1698
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Worldwide, Philatelic Clutter, 1880-1975. Thousands of mint & used stamps & souvenir sheets residing in eight volumes, mostly modestly valued material, but a careful look will turn up better mint with Bangladesh 68a, Chile 254a-y, 255 a-y, Luxembourg 217 NH, Mali C114, Netherlands B144a, Poland 312-316 NH, Prince Edward Island 4-9, imperf Romania C185, and much more, mixed condition, please review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Current Bid$425
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Lot 1699
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Worldwide, Philatelic Block Buster, 1857-2010. An amazing array of material, includes advertising covers, British Commonwealth covers, presentation packs, souvenir sheets, worldwide picture postcards, U.S. face, WWII patriotics, world wide first flights, mint & used postal stationery including aerogramms, stamps used as revenues, registered letters, country collections, German Colonies used postal cards, worldwide first day covers, also nice Russia & Greenland collections, well worth our low estimate, mixed condition as to be expected with a lot this size, please take your time with this one, examine, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.
Current Bid$400
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Lot 1700
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Worldwide, Philatelic Ragout, 1851-2010. A massive lot with premium items throughout, includes worldwide postal history, China postal history, country collections, picture postcards, registered mail, mint postal stationery, British Commonwealth postal history, French Colonies postal history, mint & used France, Cyprus & Malta, U.S. face, and mint PRC, it will take time to view but it will be well worth the effort, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$400
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Worldwide, Used Behemoth Accumulation, 1890-2000. On & off paper mixture, a total of 15 boxes with total weight of 306 pounds, in various shoe boxes, coffee containers and other miscellaneous containers with pounds and pounds of bulk, a great lot for treasure hunting or for dealers building up box lots, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 1702
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Worldwide, Philatelic Hodge Podge, 1857-2010. For the dealer/collector who has everything we offer this lot, includes U.S. first flight covers, worldwide first day covers, German postal history, worldwide picture postcards, postal stationery, airmails, British Commonwealth postal history, Asia postal history, U.S. face, U.S. used high values, German propaganda cards, inaugural covers, presentation packs, country collections & Cuba postal history, your patience in viewing this group will be well rewarded, mixed condition, a terrific money maker, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 1703
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Worldwide, Philatelic Mish Mash, 1857-2010. Many thousands of covers, stamps & souvenir sheets, some better include British Commonwealth postal history, Europe postal stationery, hotel advertising, U.S. postal stationery, U.S. first flights, picture postcards, registered, checks with stamps, censored, U.S. face, Chinese postal history, cacheted event covers, Norway & Sweden year sets, mixed condition, a lot limited only by the time needed to evaluate, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 1704
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Worldwide, Philatelic Hodge Podge, 1865-1995. Thousands of stamps in glassines and display cards, includes Algeria C8-C11, Liechtenstein B7-B10, Morocco CB1-CB10, Portugal 528-533, 579-586, San Marino B26, C17-C18, Somalia 62, group of foreign covers, this is one of those lots where everything needs to be examined, some condition issues, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 1705
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Worldwide, Balance Collection, 1850's-1990's. 17 stockbooks, a couple sheet file folders and a few small boxes filled with various interesting issues, with some newer issues from the 1990's, book after book of foreign stamps with stamps packed on to Manila pages, a small box packed with glassine new issues from the 1960's to the 1980's with the occasional promising glassine, one mint sheet file contains early 1960's sheets of Laos, etc., a fabulous mystery lot with great potential, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$400
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Lot 1706
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Worldwide, Dealer Stock, Mostly from 1860's-1980's. Approximately 5,000 dealer cards, on 101 or 102 size counter cards in five red boxes plus 18 dealer counter books, with values from 20¢ mostly up to $10 or $20 with a better cards, written many years ago, with thousands of dollars of retail or older Scott value, usual mixed condition, when we spot checked the value, many of the stamps have increased substantially, you should also spot check when viewing or ask for a couple sample scans so you can find a good multiplier to determine current value, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 1707
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Worldwide, Crazy Mixed-up Tail-end of Consignment. Your first thought may well be, "This is a nightmare"; your next thought will be, "This is going to be fun"; a jumble of everything imaginable, from stocks to near-complete collections to long runs of solid material to high-grade loose; the whole world is here, including a 1974-89 Soviet collection (nearly complete and as far as we can tell, never hinged), long runs of Spanish material, solid classic British Empire material (including Victorias and Britannias, a heavenly host of Saints, Hong Kong, killer cancels, etc., etc.), plus souvenir sheets from Portugal and Belgium, sets from Laos to Nyasaland, and just about anything else you can dream up, Fine to Very Fine with better throughout, an absolute mess—and a treasure hunter's delight; sort a little, find a lot!
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$425
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Lot 1708
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Worldwide, Tail-end of a Formidable Consignment. Show the young ones what a mash-up really looks like; a true rag-tag worldwide selection, with many small country collections, plus loose material with some real value; generally clean and sound, with very nice items throughout; note good France and Colonies, a semi-specialized Belgium collection, souvenir sheets from Egypt and Poland, plus real strength in British Empire material; excellent stock, Fine to Very Fine with better, a bit of work will definitely reward.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 1709
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Worldwide, Philatelic Back Breaker, 1857-2010. Thousands of covers, cards & stamps lurk in this holding, we note collection of U.S. #65 covers, censored mail, Canal Zone postcards, U.S. fancy cancels, Asia used singles, U.S. first flights, worldwide picture postcards, Sweden first day covers, 1927 first flight Haiti to Santo Domingo, advertising, New Zealand postal history, mint & used worldwide stamps, 1931 Australia to England first flight cover, document with revenues, British Commonwealth postal history, WWII patriotics, a great lot with many surprises, the only limitation is the time needed to truly evaluate it's value, some mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$400
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Lot 1710

Worldwide, Philatelic Muddle, 1900-2000. Thousands of stamps, covers & cards and miscellaneous, includes foreign picture postcards, worldwide postal history, U.S. picture postcards, British Commonwealth postal history, British Commonwealth mint & used, U.S. first day covers, worldwide first day covers, PRC first day covers, registered covers and mint PRC, a robust lot, mixed condition, review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 1711
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Worldwide, Philatelic Last Roundup, 1890-2000. Eclectic lot of diverse material including foreign currency, two different sets of playing cards-White Squadron & The Mayflower both with boxes, military ribbons & medals, vintage guide to Paris, 1930's to 1940's German documents, map, passport, 1927 Lucky Lindbergh medal, German souvenir sheets, Switzerland collection, German Official stamps, German Naval labels, stamps include mint Rhodesia #111, Argentina 445 blocks of four (3), 446 block of four, New Zealand 195-198, enough sale able stamps and miscellaneous to please any dealer, mixed condition, review is urged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid$350
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Lot 1712
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Worldwide, Philatelic Master Disaster, 1888-2010. Tens of thousands of mint & used material, includes hundreds of used Korea, used U.S., Australia, mint Hong Kong souvenir sheets, Canada, mint Mongolia souvenir sheets, and much much more, spend some quality time with this honey, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid$300
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Lot 1713
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Worldwide, New Issue Accumulation, 1940-2010. Thousands of mint stamps housed in six stock books, includes Australia, Belgium, Bhutan 3D, Canada, Denmark, France, French Colonies, Germany, Great Britain, Israel, Italy, Japan, Russia, if you missed these the first time, don't let it happen again, inspection invited, o.g., some never hinged / some hinged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Current Bid$300
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Lot 1714
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Worldwide, Circuit Book Accumulation, Mostly APS, Mostly Late 19th to Mid 20th Centuries. Over $4,000 retail value in 73 mostly APS circuit books (a small hand full are club circuit books) that were put together from 1979 to early 1980's, plus an additional 18 APS circuit books that never made it to APS for distribution and probably have a retail value of around $1,000, usual mixed condition as you typically see in these circuit books, who knows how much more the Scott value is than the old retail value after nearly four decades, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$350
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Lot 1715
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Worldwide, Organized Stock Selection. 11 #102 glassine boxes filled with tens of thousands of stamps; all chronologically organized and ready for sale or packets; countries covered are Canada, France, Germany, Italy and the US; amazing runs included, Fine to Very Fine with better throughout.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1716
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Worldwide, Large Retired Approval Book Accumulation, Mostly 1860's-1980's. In approximately 100 approval books, many of which were filled many decades ago, with 13 of the approval books being retired APS Circuit books with reported Scott values of over $2,600 and 33 approval books filled with U.S. precancels, sorted mostly by State and City and two books with Imperial China, starting at a very low price per book, it shouldn't take long to find value, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1717
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Worldwide, Philatelic Playbox, 1860-1995. Hundreds of mint & used stamps, with PRC CTO 920, 922, 923, 966, 973, 979, 990, 991, 995, mint Uruguay C14-C25, Cayman Islands 148-149, Chile 254-255, C124, France & French Colonies, also Swiss, Aruba, Netherland Antilles, Denmark, Sweden year sets, and Great Britain stamp sets, great lot to dig through, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 1718
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Worldwide, Philatelic Mayhem, 1857-2010. Thousands of philatelic items, we observe airmails, British Commonwealth postal history, Italy postal history, mint & used British Commonwealth, registered, censored, mint & used worldwide stamps, picture postcards, mint & used postal stationery, worldwide first day covers, and so much more, mixed condition, you'll need to set aside sufficient time to properly evaluate this hoard, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1719
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Worldwide, Philatelic Miscellanea, 1851-2010. A meaty selection filled with items like British Commonwealth postal history, U.S. first day covers, British Commonwealth mint & used, censored, registered, mint Denmark, Pan American Air Mail Test covers, Bahamas postal history, be prepared to spend some quality time with this beauty, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1720
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Worldwide, Philatelic Havoc, 1880-2000. A lot with a box containing mint & used Hungary & Poland, two boxes worldwide mint & used neatly arranged by country & Scott number, and a binder of of souvenir sheets, a nice holding to explore, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1721
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Worldwide, Philatelic Dribs & Drabs, 1870-2000. Thousands of mint & used stamps presented in albums, boxes, and pages, used U.S., used worldwide, mint Austria imperfs, decent coverage throughout, foreign first day covers, U.S. covers, used on check pieces, plenty of quantity, you'll have to check on the quality, ideal fro the internet or bourse dealer, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1722

Worldwide, New Issue Accumulation, 1946-2010. Keen lot of full sheets for Montserrat 104-105, souvenir sheets & sheetlets for Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Brazil, Hungary, Australia, Ireland, British Commonwealth, Germany, Monaco, a second chance to acquire useful & sale able material, please review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1723
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Worldwide, Sheets and Multiples New Issue Wholesale Cache, 1960's to 1980's. Several medium to large boxes full of stamps that were purchased in huge messy dealer's stock, where we found many better stamps squirrelled away in boxes filled with common stamps, there are many complete mint sets that may have been purchased as new issues or new issue remainders that built up in the back room until is just became too daunting, a few of the postmarks on the boxes and accompanying paper seem to indicate these haven't been touched in nearly 20 years, but is certain that just the sheer quantity of sets, even at a few dollars apiece, quickly add up to substantial cumulative Scott value, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$350
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Lot 1724
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Worldwide, Kiloware Hoard, 1910-2010. Over 350 pounds of on & off paper stamps, everything and anything might appear, hours of fun, please review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1725
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Worldwide, Philatelic Mish Mash, 1815-1945. Balance of consignment, includes U.S. ad covers with contents, foreign first day covers, two German registered covers, U.S. first flights, cacheted event covers, Asia picture postcards, O1S specimen, mint & used Luxembourg, used Japan, China & Great Britain, a U.S. strip of twenty #1863 with vertical blind perfs, and an 1815 Connecticut Courant newspaper, some nifty material present, please review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 1726
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Worldwide, Small Dealer Stock, 1881-1980's. On approximately 1,200 to 1,600 "102" cards, with better sections of Poland, Italy Trieste, Haiti, followed by cards of miscellaneous worldwide countries. Previous owners retail price from mid 1990's was $3,772 which was based upon a discounted Scott value, prices should be spot checked for current accuracy, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$275
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Lot 1727
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Worldwide, Balance, 1893-2002. Eclectic group of everything philatelic, with seven albums, plus mounted on pages and loose, includes 328-330, 614-616, 617-619, C1-C6, C18, mint U.S. year sets, covers include U.S. Catapult via S.S. Europa, Fam's, Cam's, space & rocket related from 1961-1962, and a collection of 1959-1964 Antarctic covers, plus much worldwide on & off paper, plenty of turmoil that needs some TLC, mixed condition, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid$225
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Lot 1728
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Worldwide, Stock Selection. Housed in two albums and 12 stockbooks; albums are your general worldwide collections, with some countries better than others; each stockbook is alphabetized, with selections from each country grouped together; mostly 20th century, with much post-WWII, but we do note earlier US (including Dues, Revenues, etc.), Queen Victoria Penny Reds, Canadian Queen Victorias, plus some Edwards from both; also included are two pristine, never used Scott Specialty albums, one Austria (pages 1971-2006), the other France (1985-2008, slipcased); a nice little lot for the packet maker or online dealer, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid$200
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Lot 1729
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Worldwide, The Melting Pot Assortment. A true ragtag tumbler, with a little bit of everything for everyone; pretty post-war Italy on homemade pages (mint and used), UN complete (with #38) to 1980 mint (we assume both these are never hinged, as all mint are mounted); a Blue International album, pages Portugal onwards, no stamps but pages and binder as new; US FDCs, Canada sheets, Christmas Seals, PRC & ROC Yearbooks, loads of worldwide off-paper in envelopes or glassines by country, and more; hours of pleasure for the worldwide collector or packet maker, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Current Bid$200
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Lot 1730
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Worldwide, Balance Accumulation, 1970's-2000's. With two glassine boxes and a large envelope filled with 100's of glassines of various Trucial States issues with many topicals, a group of 100-200 mostly modern commercial mail covers from various worldwide orgins sent to the U.S. mostly in the early 2000's and two USPS year sets from 1994 and 1996, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Current Bid$150
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