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Collections, Stocks and Accumulations of the World


Accumulations and Dealers Stocks




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Lot 32
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U.S., Kitchen Sink Accumulation, 1850's-2000's. In several large boxes containing many piles of useful partial collections, large groups of album pages with many hundreds (perhaps $1,000's worth of face value), dealer cards, dealer tear pages, etc. These collections are always difficult to write because there is so much here, but it is completely disorganized, which leaves the eagle eye viewer at an advantage when going through everything, we tried to find highlights, but as we describe them, the vast amount of $10, $20, $50 stamps can easily be overlooked, the easiest way to put this into words would be to say, just trust me on this and add this one to your view list. As we picked through the many boxes, we noticed almost 50 old Nutmeg Auction lot cards of State Ducks from their internet sales, group of 20 PSE modern graded stamps (with several better Sup 98, NH certificates), group of State and Foreign duck stamps sheets (previous owners Scott value approx $8,000), a thick brick of dealer tear pages, rubber banded together with many useful stamps (total owners Scott estimate $15,000 to $20,000), a group of better Canada on dealer #104 cards, an album page of mint and used Confederate States with 1-5 and the other usual suspects with duplicates, a few better items include, used: 70/78 (3), 72, 160 pair with red cancel, 165 (4), 190 (3), 291, C5 and C6 on Round the World First Flight cover and mint: 65-E15h, 133, 233 (6), 235 (3), 237 (2), 239, 270 mint plate number strip of three, 273 (3), 282 block of four, 283, 297 (2), 299, 303, 305, 305 NH, 306 block of four, 307, 308, 319g (3), 330 (5), 371 centerline block, 537 plate block, 540a block of four, 551-73, 581-91, 619 plate block, 628 (2 plate blocks), 630 (2 White Plains sheets), 658-79, 692-701, 704-15 plate block set, 803-34 (3 Presidential sets), 803-31 plate blocks, 859-93 plate block set, 1030-53 (3 Liberty sets), 1033a with PF certificate, C1-6, C7-11 plate blocks, C20-22 (2 plate block sets) and RW73b, usual mixed condition and centering, generally Fine to Very Fine, viewing is highly recommended.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000.
Realized $11,000.
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Lot 33
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U.S., Odd and Ends Accumulation, mostly from 1851-1830's. On black stock pages, in glassines, on small black approval cards, etc., almost completely unorganized with many of the stamps not identified, which gives a bit of an advantage to the experienced U.S. retailer, containing many better items, including mint: 11 pair, 20, 26 block of four, 113, 232, 233, 235, 236, 237, 253, 255, 266/267 combo pair with PSE certificate, 287, 288, 291, 296, 297, 319 NH block of four with PSE cert, 319b block of four with PSE cert, 319f block of four with PSE cert, 325, 399, 400A, 538A pair, 540a pair, 630, 634 block of nine with long ear variety in center stamp, 692-701, 692-701 (plate number singles), 803-34, 834 plate number single, E1, E5, E10, E11 (3 NH, 2 hinged), K5, K11, K14, Q9, RY3, Guam 10, E1, and used: 30A, 67, 78, 91, 116 (2), 119, 160, 165, a group of 50+ different used plate number singles and multiples, mostly from 1898-1930's, with many early 20th century issues, very difficult to find in such quantity, condition and centering are mixed, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $6,000.
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Lot 34
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U.S., Massive Premium Hoard of Better Sets and Singles on Auction Cards, 1850's-1940's. On old time Auction and dealer tear sheets from several different dealers and auctions, filled with better sets and singles that seem to have been accumulated over many years to put together into a phenomenal collection, with all of the difficult stamps accumulated first, then when the collection was formed, to fill in some of the more common stamps, so you have the Postmaster Provisionals, 1847 set, several 1851 / 1857 issues, many of the 1861 issues, and so on, ready to either be mounted into an album or broken down for easy resale. Better items include: mint: 10X1, 10X2 reprint, 38, 63 two blocks of four, 65 with APS cert, 76 (2), 230-37, 237 block of four, 294-99, 299, 323-27, 369 block of four, 505 double error in block of 12, 571-73, 630, 658-79, 692-701 block of four set, 834, C3, C4-6 (2 sets), F1, PR1a, PR2, PR5, Confederate States 4, 6 block of fifteen, 13 block of four, 14, and used: 1, 2, 7 (3 singles and strip of three), 9 with PSE cert, 9 (4 singles and pair), 12, 13, 14 (3), 15, 17, 17 pair, 18, 20, 24 several singles, one with double perfs and another with partial imprint, 28 (possible 28A Indian red), 30A (3), 33, 36, 36 with PSAG cert, 67, 68 pair, 69 pair, 70, 71 (4), 73 strip of three, 75 (2), 76, 78/78a (3), 91, 92 pair, 100, 112, 115, 117 (2), 118, 119 (3), 121 (3), 122, 149, 151 (2), 155, 162 (2), 165, 229, 240, 276 (4), 276A (2), 278, 292, 343-47 block of four set, 343-47 pair set, 523, 658-79, O15-24, O72-82 (2 sets), O83-93, Confederate States 1 (2) and 4, occasional faults, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $9,000.
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Lot 35
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U.S., Massive Premium Hoard of Plate Blocks and Plate Number Multiples on Auction Cards, 1893-1940's. On old time Auction and dealer tear sheets from several different dealers and auctions, filled with better plate blocks and plate number multiples that seem to have been accumulated over many years to put together into a phenomenal collection, with all of the difficult stamps accumulated first, then when the collection was formed, to fill in some of the more common stamps, better plate blocks (unless noted otherwise) include: 234 plate number strip of four, 235 plate number strip of three, 264, 267, 285 plate block of four, 301, 323 plate block of 10, 325 (2 plate blocks of four), 327 plate number strip of three, 346, 368 (2), 370 (2), 371, 372 (2), 373 (3), 483, 484, 502, 508, 512, 537 (2), 538, 549, 550, 566, 611, 614-16, 616 (2), 617-19, 619, 620, 621, 622, 623, 628, 647-48, 649 (17), 650, 663 (2), 665, 673, 740-49, 756-65, 833, 834, 859-93, 1053, C1 top, C6 bottom, C18, C21-22 (2), C24, C25-31, J88 and Q3, a few minor faults, however many of these items have been pre-screened by the various auction housed for condition, so the overall condition appears to be better than usually encountered, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $6,750.
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Lot 36
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U.S., Coil Accumulation, 1910-75. Terrific group of coil singles, pairs & line pairs, some better has 387 line pair, 390 line pair (2), 411 line pair (6), 447 line pair, 493 line pair (2), 603 line pair (19), 846 line pair (50), 847 line pair (65), C37 line pair (100), a solid selection, please evaluate, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $32,500 Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $2,100.
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Lot 37
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U.S., Excellent and Valuable Old Time Accumulation, 1869-1940's. Nice selection on various album pages, nice airmails with blocks and plate blocks, some nice varieties on counter pages, lots of better premium plate blocks on stock sheets, wonderful booklets, etc., with highlights - used: 112-17, 115-17, 149 (2), 151, 160, 162, 165 (2), 191, and mint: 319g (2), 319n, 372 plate block, 374a, 375a, 405b, 406a, 501b, 502b (2), 616 plate block, 704-15 plate block set, 859-93 plate block set, C20-22 plate block set and C24 plate block. Some mixed condition, but most stamps appear sound and fresh, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,700.
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Lot 38
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U.S., Philatelic Hoo Doo, 1880-2000. Thousands of mint & used stamps, year books and full sheets in 27 volumes, one album has used 71-72, 115-117, 119, mint set of Prexies, stock book of plate blocks, Recalled Legends of the West sheet, White Plains sheet, excellent Puerto Rico collection, used set Q1-Q12, a ton of face including self adhesives and forever stamps, lots of useful stamps, pull up a chair and enjoy, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $2,700.
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Lot 39
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U.S., Dealer Stock, 1851-1987. Each stamp on dealer 102 card, with most stamps correctly identified, but still a few misidentified, a few used stamps priced with mint prices, a price revenue stamp with a cut cancel counted as normal used, a couple blocks priced as plate blocks, etc., so you will need to view to properly calculate current Scott value, we spot checked for some better items and we found a few better that include, used: 7 (4), 9 (2), 36, 69, 71, 77, 96 (2), 112 (2), 113 (3), 149, 151, 153, 165 (2), 190, 214, 217 (2), 229 (2), 238 (2), 239 (3), 240 (3), R338 cut cancel, J58 and mint: 212, 215, 233, 234, 235, 237 (2), 238 (2), 290, 297 (3), 298, 299 (3), 327, 330, 402 block of four, 550 block of four, 834 (2), C1, E3, F1, RW1, RW2, RW4, RW32, RW34, Illinois 3, some Hawaii, condition is mixed as usual generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Scott $20,000+ (Owner's) Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,900.
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