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Lot 76
U.S., Accumulation Balance, 1840-1990's. In ten albums, some loose pages, loose glassines and two boxes of dealer stock cards and glassines, with some highlights that include: Bureau precancels with a couple stock pages of perf and imperf Harding precancels, a quadrille album of used plate number singles from later Washington / Franklins to Presidentials, perf and imperforate Park plate block sets and blocks, lots of Farley imperf park sets (in singles, blocks and pairs) and many Farley souvenir sheets, early airmails, several stock cards full of mint and used banknote postage dues, set of State Dept. dollar value Facsimile's, group of Newspaper facsimiles, RI18 potato tax booklet of 16 panes, 15TO16 telegraph booklet, 1969 USPS year set, some Priority and Express first day covers, an album of a few thousand Bureau precancels sorted by state, city and then by issue, Great Britain #1, and some better premium singles including used United States: 1 (2), 17, 29, 70, 72, 75, 77 (4), 78, 96, 97, 98, 112, 115, 117, 119, 151 (2), 153, 155, 165 (2), 218, 239, 240 (2) and mint: 159, 205, 220 block of four, 239, 240, 279-84, 294-99, 323-27, 330, 528 plate block with monogram, 614-19 blocks of four, 630 (3 sheets), 658-68, 1053 (2), C2, C3 (2), C5, C18 (2) and E1. Centering and condition are both mixed, so examination is recommended to properly evaluate. This is a bit of a treasure hunt with many little premium stamps among many common stamps, so a little careful sorting and processing should be expected with the reward of substantial Scott or retail value, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance. Shipping charges apply - weight 54 lbs.
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
Realized $5,750.
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Lot 77
U.S., Airmail, 1938 6¢ Eagle Plate Number Accumulation (Scott C23). In glassines sorted into plate number with a total of 1,959 different plate # blocks of four Durland value is $33,623 and an estimated value of $3,020 ($4 per pair) for the plate number pairs. A great hoard of plate numbers for the specialist, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 11.8 lbs.
Durland C23; $33,623.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $5,750.
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Lot 78
U.S., Primavera 19th & 20th Century Closet Accumulation. Presented in 15 albums, binders, stockbooks, etc.; semi-organized holding of Classics to modern, with a bit of everything you might want: fancy cancels, Revenues, Dues, cut squares, precancels, perfins, blocks of four, plates, and more; note of particular interest mint #C18 block of 4 with plate number, #566-572 blocks of four, #832-834 never hinged plate blocks, etc., etc., Fine to Very Fine with better, loads of interesting material. Shipping charges apply - weight 42.8 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,600.
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Lot 79

U.S., Accumulation of 30 Complete Panes, 1924-34, full panes of 50 or 100. Just like the Post Office sold 'em; ranging between the 2¢ Huguenot-Walloon issue (#615) and the 3¢ Wisconsin Tercentenary (#739); a couple definitives, but overwhelming commemoratives with many of the popular 2¢ Reds; review shows intact perforations; #739 missing bottom selvage with plate number, all other panes with plates, several with initials and part-arrows; centering varies as expected, but numerous singles noted that might benefit from grading, o.g., never hinged, Fine to Very Fine with better, imaged in full. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.4 lbs.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Realized $900.
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