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Collections, Stocks and Accumulations of the World

Area Collections

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Lot 199
Asia, Collection, 1883-1987. In Scott specialty album and stockbook of miscellaneous issues, a few better sets along with many $10 to $50 sets and a decent level of completion of many of the countries, including: Cambodia, Indonesia starting with Netherlands Indies, Labuan, Laos 1-17 set and souvenir sheets, Singapore with mint Silver Wedding issue, 101-6, 107-11, 144-49, 166a, 336-48, Thailand 1-5, 11-18, four quadrille pages of the various overprints of the late 19th century, mostly complete 1899 Chulalongkorn set, 92-105, 113-17, mostly complete 1908 Chulalongkorn Statue set 118//24 (missing middle value 122), a few 1908 Throne Room values, 275-82, 283-95, 348//362A, 444-49 mint, 460-63 mint, 464-67 mint, 469-76 mint, 501-8 mint, B24-30, B31-33 on FDC, B38-40, stockbook contains a few Singapore souvenir sheets, a couple stockpages of PRC, several stock pages of mostly North Vietnam and various miscellaneous issues, expect occasional faults among early classics, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,300.
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Lot 200
Asia, A Dim Sum Selection. From the remainders of an outstanding collection, with something to please any palate; strongest in Taiwan, with strongly duplicated used, all sorted in individual glassines, including some highly sought-after classic issues (including multiple used painting strips) plus a large holding of commercial covers; note also early Thailand with First Issues and King Chulalongkorn surcharges mint, King Vajiravudh series used to the 20Bt; solid, if rambling, holding of Japan, with several smaller stockbooks of used, First Day Covers from about 1960 to the early '70s, plus decent face value/postage mixed in; a bit of British Hong Kong, etc.; in need of a solid sort through, but much of interest, Fine to Very Fine, review encouraged.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Realized $850.
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Lot 201
Asia, Latin America and Africa, Dealer Stock, mostly from 1850-1960's. Each stamp on dealer 102 card, with most stamps correctly identified, occasional faults and a few with incorrect Scott value, so you will need to view to properly calculate current Scott value, we spot checked for some better items and removed or lowered the price on a few stamps that were clearly mis-identified and we found a few better items that include, Asia: Abu Dhabi 1-14, People's Republic of China 458, 640-46, 808, 1143-48, Iran, Japan, a few early classics, a couple Parks sets, 479 (2), Korea, a couple 1902 surcharges, 427, Nepal, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, a few better early Hejaz issues, 171, 172, 500, C53, C65, C97, some early Tibet issues, United Arab Emirates 1-9, Africa: Burundi 587-600, -Egypt, Ethiopia, Liberia 8, Latin America: Argentina, Bolivia 12 (2), Brazil 28, 39, 173, Chile 15 (2), Costa Rica 34, Mexico, group of early classic issues with various district names, 302, O122, Nicaragua, Panama, Venezuela, a few early coat of arms and a few 1896 maps, some spot checking would be prudent to properly evaluate as we could not possibly check everything; usual mixed condition, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Scott $11,500+ (Owner's) Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Realized $800.
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Lot 202
Central America, The Trade Winds Windfall Collection, 1862-1955. On Vintage reproduction pages in blue International binder, both used and mint (some never hinged but most o.g.) with a few issues parallel mint and used; probably 2/3 mint; with some varieties, shades and cancels; 20th century for all countries is mainly complete; Costa Rica, Guatemala and Nicaragua (with dozens of souvenir sheets) very extensive; Dominican Republic, Honduras and Salvador also quite strong; Haiti and Panama well represented, generally Fine to Very Fine, a nice old-time collection with thousands of different stamps.
Scott $9,000 ++ Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,600.
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Lot 203
Latin America, Small Accumulation of Auction Lots, 1859-1930's. 44 auction lot pages or glassines and dealer tear pages, with mint: Argentina 7H, 8P-10P black trial color proofs, 389, 390, 391, 446-50, Buenos Aires 12, Columbia 6a, 482 imprint block of eight, Costa Rica C24-C27 var. blocks of four, C146 inverted surcharge, Guatemala C12a double overprint, Nicaragua 3-7, 5, Peru C78-81a, Uruguay 12, and used: Argentina 31a, Buenos Aires 1 with RPS cert, Bolivia 15-18, 20-23, 28-34, Chile 15-19, Columbia 10, 11, 51, 52, 65, Peru 3, 8, 9-11, 13, 14 strip of three and 15, a few possible faults, but most stamps appear to be in better condition as the sellers obviously thought enough to run the stamps as single lots, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Realized $750.
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Lot 204
South America, The Simon Bolivar Bulge Collection, 1844-1955. On bulging Vintage reproduction pages in blue International binder (and two countries in a separate folder), both used and mint (some never hinged but most o.g.) with some issues parallel mint and used; with some varieties, shades and nice postal cancels; most countries are virtually complete mint or used from early 20th century on; overview: very strong Argentina from late-1880s-onwards virtually complete, a few highlights include (mint o.g. unless noted): #1-2, 7f used, 11-14, C1-C19, C20-C21, C25-C28 signed, C30-C34, Buenos Aires #12 used; respectable Bolivia; Brazil bursting from 1844 Issue onwards; Chile with some nice examples of London and Santiago Printings, such as (used): #1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 9-10, 9b, 11-12, 12b, 14; impressive Columbia with many 19th century and 20th century filled; Ecuador begins with #2-6 used and onward with 20th century mainly complete; Paraguay has #6 used and many used 20th century with strong Airmails and other back-of-the-book; Peru starts with (used) #9c, 12, 14, 19 and other 19th century with pretty extensive 20th century; Uruguay has several El Sol del Mayo and some very nice earlies and 20th century; Venezuela with some 19th century and 20th century mainly complete; this is the whole enchilada, generally Fine to Very Fine, an area of growing interest and popularity in an old-style collection, Argentina C25-C28 mint o.g. signed.
Scott $22,500 ++ Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Realized $3,750.
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