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Lot 86

U.S., Mint Sheet Extravaganza, 1931-2006. Phenomenal opportunity for the lucky buyer; over 1200 sheets in total, arranged in 15 binders (all but one slipcased), filled with 75 years of US postage, plus additional oversized items; starting with a 2¢ Red (Pulaski, #690) and running to #4001, this lot has it all, with commemoratives, definitives, Airs, Dues, Officials and more; premium sheets abound such as #726, 818, several Overrun Countries (including a #921var "Korpa"), #1105, 111, 1113-1116, 1148 (2), 1188, 1274, 1354d, 1381, 1448a, 1822, 1928, 2016, 2046 (2), 2089, 2097, 2481-2482 (2 each), 2842, 2870, C24, C95, C132, J79, R733 (2), R734, O148etc., etc.; high values including #2532, 2539, 2836, 2958, 2998, 3210, 3412-3413 (2 each), 3473…even some Rattlesnake Island sheets; total face value of $9638, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine, a whopper of a lot; PDF of full inventory presented online. Shipping charges apply - weight 83.4 lbs.
Estimate $6,000 - 7,500.
Realized $6,250.
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Lot 87

U.S., Airmail and Back of the Book Face Value Accumulation, 1941-2012. Representing a lifetime of searching for different plate numbers and positions, containing $10,500 of face value postage, $422.75 of which are officials or a duck stamp and the remaining stamps airmails or semi postals, includes the scarce plate numbers C118 plate number 999999-1 and C132 plate number S1111 plus many other premium items, a once-in-a-lifetime offering, Fine to Very Fine, ex-Nogle. Shipping charges apply - weight 30 lbs.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,000.
Realized $5,500.
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Lot 88
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U.S., Gargantuan Face Value Accumulation, 1940's-2000's. In over a couple dozen albums and large stock books, 16 mint sheet files and many glassines and loose sheets packed with many thousands of dollars worth of value approaching five figures is our best guesstimate, from early 3¢ purples to group of panes of forever stamps with the occasional high dollar, priority or express value and even a press sheet in a tube, the value seems to be split pretty evenly among scrap and mint sheets, plenty of value for the eagle eye postage counter, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 134 lbs.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Realized $4,750.
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Lot 89

U.S., Massive 6¢ 1969 Christmas Huck Printing, Plate Block Collection / Accumulation (Scott 1384). Adding up to approximately 12,000 plate blocks of various plate numbers in various settings with the occasional mint precancel and many duplicates, adding up to $7,215 face value. Without a doubt, the most comprehensive plate block collection of this issue that has come on the market in many years (and likely the only collection of this scope to have ever been formed)., Fine to Very Fine, ex-Nogle. Shipping charges apply - weight 58.4 lbs.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Realized $3,750.
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Lot 90

U.S., A Half-Century of Postage, 1960-2011. Being a complete, never hinged collection of the period, neatly mounted in six Specialty albums (four of which with slipcase); everything is here, including high-value definitives of the Prominent Americans, Americana, Distinguished Americans series, plus Priority and Express issues (including a plate block or two); coil pairs, line pairs and plate number strips (unchecked for better); miniature panes, souvenir sheets, prestige booklets—everything you remember getting at the post office or from the Stamp Cave; ready-made bourse or eBay offering, or postage enough to allow you to avoid said for quite a while; total face $3870 per the consignor—and pricey albums to boot, Very Fine, years of work to assemble—yours in the fall of a gavel. Shipping charges apply - weight 40.4 lbs.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $2,200.
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Lot 91

U.S., Face Value Lot of Booklets, 1980-2010. Approximately 2,000 booklets, with about $5,000 total face, values from 25¢ to 44¢, with better booklets, o.g., never hinged, Fine to Very Fine, please see inventory list online. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.6 lbs.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $3,000.
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Lot 92
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U.S., Face Value Postage Accumulation, 1950's-1980's. High face value total in plate blocks, plate strips, booklets and larger multiples in mint sheet and plate block files, face value with much duplication on each page, filling a large bankers box full of postage, high face value, all you need is a calculator and an ability to do some quick estimating for this lot to be yours, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 28.2 lbs.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,900.
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Lot 93

U.S., Face Value Lot, 1945-2000. Thousands of singles all in glassines of 100 of the same value, with values from 4¢ to 29¢, total face $4,100, make this a priority on your bidding list, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 20 lbs.
Estimate $2,000 - 2,500.
Realized $2,100.
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Lot 94
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U.S., Large Face Value Accumulation, 1940's to early 2000's. Large accumulation of many hundreds (perhaps thousands) of glassines and a few mint sheet file folders and USPS large glassines filled with various multiples from plate blocks to mint sheets adding up to substantial face value postage, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 30 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,500.
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Lot 95
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U.S., Face Value Collection, 1930's-early 2000's. Mostly full sheets and plate blocks in a large box of sheets in sealed USPS retail packets, groups of sheets and plate blocks in large envelopes and a sheet file album of 3¢ commemorative sheets from 1930's-1950's, bring your calculator and be prepared for a few hours of counting to properly break down, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 33.4 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,600.
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Lot 96
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U.S., Large Plate Block Stock, 1930's-2003. Organized stock of 19 small boxes of plate blocks with a few better plate blocks that have a cumulative Scott value of over $2,000 and the rest stamps figured at face value, with over $2,000 worth of face value postage, beautiful organization. Shipping charges apply - weight 39.8 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,200.
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Lot 97

U.S., Face Value Lot of Booklets, 1980-2010. Close to 980 booklets, with about $2,800 total face, values from 6¢ to 22¢, excellent mixture throughout, a great escape from the post office, o.g., never hinged, Fine to Very Fine, please see inventory list online. Shipping charges apply - weight 8.6 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,600.
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Lot 98
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U.S., Large Face Value Mint Sheet and Large Multiple Accumulation, 1940's to early 2000's. In 26 mint sheet files, plus many loose USPS envelopes filled with large sheets and larger multiples of various issues adding up to substantial face value postage, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 32 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,500.
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Lot 99

U.S., Face Value Lot, 1938-2010. Made up of singles, pairs, blocks of four, plate blocks & strips, coils, complete booklets, souvenir sheets & full sheets, 5¢ to $14.00 values, with self adhesives, loads of high values, with better 2542 plate block, 2194 sheet, 2482 sheet, held in (13) sheet files, in folders, tear sheets, & an album, stop wasting your time at the Post Office, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 49.2 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,800.
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Lot 100
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U.S., Face Value Lot, 1940-1980. Made up plate blocks and strips and singles, with values from 4¢ to 20¢, total face approximately $2,500.00, great time saver, examine, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 18 lbs.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800.
Realized $1,300.
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Lot 101

U.S., A Merriment of Mint Sheets, 1944-60. Gathered in ten sheet binders, ranging between #922 and #1169 (the 3¢-4¢ period); quantities range from a couple each to bulging; the perfect lot to make up your discount postage offerings—or to sell at your next bourse; total face (per consignor) is $2120.82, Fine to Very Fine or better. Shipping charges apply - weight 44.2 lbs.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,500.
Realized $1,300.
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