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Sale 756

Collections, Stocks and Accumulations of the World
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Lot 43
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U.S., Massive Neatly Organized, Valuable Stock, 1846-1915. Neatly arranged in box on stock cards and in glassines, a remarkable group of mostly premium material, a few of the almost endless highlights include unused 10X1, seven used #1s many 4 margin, numerous 1851's 1¢ to 12¢ used and unused unchecked for types including many quality stamps including multiples and better cancels, dozens of 1857's also unchecked with many better, included are unused #37 and #39, exciting group of 1861s unused used and with fancy cancels, amazing accumulation of grills mostly used and nominally identified including high values multiples and fancy cancels, large group of 1869's mint and used values to 30¢ represented, massive group of banknotes which need to be rechecked for grills shades and types but which includes high values, multiples exciting cancels and fantastic stamps in abundance, starting with the American Banknotes unused stamps begin to predominate with numerous useful examples, small banknotes include many excellent examples including some never hinged and well centered, Columbians show large quantities mint (including NH) and used up to the 50¢ value with many premium stamps and substantial value, first bureau's well represented with mint to 5¢ and used to 50¢ second bureau's many mint to 15¢ used with large quantities to 50¢ and a few $1 of both types with many attractive examples, nice array of 279-284 mint and used including NH and interesting cancels, Trans-Mississippi in quantity to 10¢ mint including NH and used, excellent group of Pan-Americans including many NH with an outstanding 8¢ block of 4, 1902-03 regulars contain mint to 50¢ in various quantities and used to $2 with quality examples throughout, 314, 319 and 320 well represented including blocks of each, quantities of Louisiana and Jamestown present, diverse and valuable selection of Washington Franklins with many premium items such as blocks coils etc, finally a nice group of Panama Pacific issues with mint lower values (including NH and blocks) nice used high values, noted #341 used block of six, tremendous accumulation, huge value, some mixed condition and average centering, vast quantities of sound, attractive and useful material, pleasant surprises abound, with some work resale should be many multiples of our conservative estimate and one should keep an eye out for stamps that may well be worth grading; mixed quality and faults as one would expect from this intact old-time holding, Very Good to very fine, ex-Fink. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.2 lbs.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Realized $30,000.
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Lot 44
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U.S., Massive Old Time Accumulation, 1847-1950's. On old album pages and old time stock pages, that appear to have been put together many decades ago, which adds up to substantial value when you add up the substantial duplication of many of the better stamps here, with mint: 24, 38, 63, 67, 71, 72, 73 (3), 76, 90, 116, 133, 162, 165, 166, 179, 205 (4), 214, 227 (2), 228, 230 (6), 231 (35 and 2 broken hats), 232 (6), 233 (6), 234 (4), 235 (4), 236 (2), 237 (2), 242, 243, 253 (12), 255 (2), 260, 268, 270 (4), 273, 280 (2), 281 (4), 284, 287 (2), 288, 289 (2), 290, 291, 294 (4), 295 (4), 296 (3), 297 (3), 298 (2), 299 (3), 300 (9), 301 (4), 302, 303 (3), 304 (4), 305, 306, 307 (2), 308, 310, 328 (18), 332 (15), 337, 340, 368, 370 (2), 373, 374-81, 406 (14), 414, 432, 470, 515 (2), 518, 537 (24), 571, 630, 658-79, two stock pages of Confederate States issues, with 8, 6/7 (15), 11/12 (32 mint), 13 (2), 14 and used: 1 (4), 2, 7, 14, 17 (2), 22 (3), 23, 28, 32 (2), 33 (3), 36 (5), 36B (3), 37 (3), 38, 63 (9), 68 (6), 69 (5), 70b? 71 (9), 72 (9), 73 (13), 75 (3), 76 (8), 77 (6), 70/78 (16), 85E, 87 (4), 91, 92, 93 (3), 96 (3), 97 (5), 98 (2), 100, 112 (4), 113 (11), 114 (11), 115 (12), 116 (6), 117 (12), 118, 119 (3), 120 (3), 121 (3), 135 (2), 138, 148 (20), 149 (4), 151 (11), 152 (6), 153 (4), 160 (4), 162 (6), 163 (2), 165 (5), 166, 190 (7), 191 (2), 208, 214 (4), 216 with Yokohama, Japan cancel, 217 (7), 218, 228 (8), 229 (6), 238 (2), 239 (2), 240, 275 (5), 276, 276A (2), 285-291, 311 (3), C13 on postcard, Confederate States 6/7 (2), 11/12 (4), group of 24 Newspaper Facsimiles, and more, Condition and centering are mixed, watermarks were unchecked, but most are correctly identified, some of the above mint classics above are suspect and should be factored into your bid price accordingly, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.8 lbs.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Realized $19,000.
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Lot 45

U.S., Massive 2¢ Red to 3¢ Purple Wholesale Accumulation, 1922-1943 (Scott 606//908). Each sorted into large envelope containing 1,000-2,000 stamps, with 606 (2950), 634 (4000), 649 (1000), 653 (1000), 683 (1000), 688 (1000), 690 (2200), 704 (2600), 707 (1200), 716 (1000), 717 (1500), 727 (1000), 728 (1000), 729 (1100), 732 (1500), 736 (4000), 737 (4000), 738 (3000), 739 (2200), 740 (1000), 754 (1000), 772 (3300), 773 (4000), 774 (5000), 775 (1000), 776 (5000), 777 (4000), 782 (1000), 783 (5000), 784 (7000), 785 (2000), 787 (2000), 788 (2000), 790 (3000), 791 (2500), 792 (1000), 794 (1000), 795 (2000), 796 (3000), 798 (3000), 799 (3000), 800 (2000), 804 (1500), 805 (1500), 806 (1000), 807 (3000), 835 (3000), 836 (5000), 837 (3300), 838 (1000), 852 (4000), 853 (4000), 854 (3000), 855 (5000), 856 (3000), 857 (4000), 875 (1000), 881 (1000), 894 (3000), 895 (3000), 897 (3000), 898 (2200), 899 (3000), 900 (3600), 901 (5600), 903 (2000), 904 (3000), 907 (7500) and 908 (4500). Face Value $5,100+, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 76 lbs.
Scott $74,500 ++ Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $6,000.
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Lot 46
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U.S., Massive Accumulation of Commemorative Issues, 2¢ Red to Farleys, 1927-1934 (Scott 643//749). In eight sheet file folders, sorted by Scott number, containing: 643 (28 plate blocks, 2 complete sheets, 1069 singles in larger blocks), 644 (4 plate blocks, 5 complete sheets, 60 singles in larger blocks), 645 (4 plate blocks, 2 complete sheets, 330 singles in larger blocks), 646 (4 complete sheets, 608 singles in larger blocks), 647 (3 complete sheets, 94 singles in larger blocks), 648 (3 complete sheets), 649 (8 plate blocks, 6 complete sheets, 291 singles in larger blocks), 650 (13 plate blocks, 188 singles in larger blocks), 651 (24 plate blocks, 695 singles in larger blocks), 653 (6 complete sheets, 640 singles in larger blocks), 654 (2 plate blocks, 5 complete sheets, 171 singles in larger blocks), 655 (1 complete sheet), 657 (6 plate blocks, 5 complete sheets, 396 singles in larger blocks), 680 (3 plate blocks, 1 complete sheet, 339 singles in larger blocks), 681 (1 plate block, 4 complete sheets, 44 singles in larger blocks), 682 (2 plate blocks, 1 complete sheet, 300 singles in larger blocks), 683 (3 plate blocks, 2 complete sheets, 323 singles in larger blocks), 684 (4 plate blocks, 373 singles in larger blocks), 688 (1 plate block, 2 complete sheets, 214 singles in larger blocks), 689 (3 plate blocks, 2 complete sheets, 101 singles in larger blocks), 690 (8 plate blocks, 6 complete sheets, 447 singles in larger blocks), 702 (488 singles in larger blocks), 703 (12 plate blocks, 48 complete sheets), 716 (5 plate blocks, 13 complete sheets, 532 singles in larger blocks), 717 (2 plate blocks, 17 complete sheets, 330 singles in larger blocks), 718 (2 plate blocks, 3 complete sheets, 352 singles in larger blocks), 719 (1 plate block, 3 complete sheets, 288 singles in larger blocks), 720 (1 plate block, 3 complete sheets, 114 singles in larger blocks), 724 (2 plate blocks, 6 complete sheets, 238 singles in larger blocks), 725 (1 plate block, 6 complete sheets, 108 singles in larger blocks), 726 (791 singles in larger blocks), 727 (1600 singles in larger blocks), 728 (1234 singles in larger blocks), 729 (956 singles in larger blocks), 732 (914 singles in larger blocks), 733 (1237 singles in larger blocks), 734 (630 singles in larger blocks), 736 (1338 singles in larger blocks), 737 (2649 singles in larger blocks), 738 (1429 singles in larger blocks), 739 (1153 singles in larger blocks), 740 (16 plate blocks, 6 complete sheets, 608 singles in larger blocks), 741 (2 plate blocks, 10 complete sheets, 707 singles in larger blocks), 742 (1 plate block, 7 complete sheets, 194 singles in larger blocks), 743 (1 plate block, 12 complete sheets, 30 singles in larger blocks), 744 (8 complete sheets, 19 singles in larger blocks), 745 (5 complete sheets), 746 (1 plate block, 5 complete sheets), 747 (4 complete sheets), 748 (1 plate block, 3 complete sheets, 44 singles in larger blocks), 749 (4 complete sheets). Some of the sheets and plate blocks have little faults like creases or perf separations, but even if we calculated everything as singles, the Scott value is still well over $43,000 and the face value is a little over $1,060, so this might make a great lot for you grading enthusiasts or sheet sellers. Mostly fresh and mostly sound, o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 13 lbs.
Scott $48,000+ Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $4,750.
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Lot 47
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U.S., Massive Accumulation, 1851-1998. In four stock books that appear to be a stock from the duplicates that were accumulated over many years sorted into dealer stock format, inside you will find, mint: 230 block of four, 233 (2), 237, 239, 270, 274, 294-99, 298 (2), 324-26, 328-30, 397-99, 537 block of four, 550 (2), 572, 614-16 (7 sets), 620 (6 sets), 646-48 (10 sets), 740-49 (3 sets of plate blocks), 650 (2 plate blocks), 715 plate block, 803-34 (2 sets), 839-51 pairs, 839-51 line pairs, 859-93 (8 sets), 1030-53, C1-6, C1-2, C5, C7-9 plate blocks, C10 plate block, C10a (3 panes and front cover), C18 (3), C46 (4 plate blocks), E1, E6, E12, F1, J3 (2), O57, O59, O91-93, O91-93, QE1-4 (NH, 2 sets), RW1, RW3 (2), RW4, RW5, RW7, RW8, RW9 (3), RW10-13, RW15 (2), RW19, RW22, RW23 (2), RW24, RW26, RW31-33, RW35, RW36 (2), RW37 (3), RW38 (4), plus $1172.50 worth of face value in modern $5-$15 (1972-1998) Federal Duck stamps and used: 7, 9, 10, 25 (5), 25A, 63 (10), 68 (5), 71 (2), 73 (12), 76 (4), 77, 90, 92 (2), 100, 112 (3), 113 (5), 114 (17), 115 (7), 116 (5), 117 (3), 119 (2), 135, 135A, 149 (4), 151 (3), 160 (2), 163, 190 (2), 210-18, 238 (4), 239 (3), 240, 264-75 (2 short sets), 275 (3), 285-91, 294-99 (3 sets), 300-11 (2 short sets), 323-27 (2 sets), 832b, C1-6 (2 sets), C18, RW4 and RW6. Condition and centering are both mixed, with some of the classics a bit on the rough side, occasional items misidentified among some of the more difficult classics, some useful items among the more modern items with nice items from the 1930's and 40's and well as a very useful section of duck stamps, plenty of value for the knowledgeable dealer who can quickly break down such a stock for individual resale, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 12.8 lbs.
Scott $58,000+ (Owner's) Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $7,000.
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Lot 48
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U.S., Accumulation of Better Mint and Used Issues, 1851-1930's. Each in vintage auction lot cards of yesteryear from Simmy's Stamp Co. or Kukstis Auctions, plus a few large stock pages filled with better issues that will break down well into smaller units for retail sale, with used: 9 (2), 15, 17 (4), 22, 30A, 32, 67, 68 (2), 69, 70, 70d with PF cert, 71 (2), 72 (2), 75, 76, 77 (2), 78, 86, 87, 89, 112, 113 (2), 115 (3), 116 (3), 117 (4), 119 (4), 120 (2), 121 (4), 163, 191, 208, 217, 239, 276, 278, 292, 404, C1-3 (2 sets), C18 and mint: 209, 217 block of four, 220, 279-84, 298, 301-7, 309, 367-68, 370-73, 407, 658-68, C1-6 set of blocks of four, C1, C1 block of four, C3, O11, E5, K14 (2), K18, RVB1-2 and Confederate States 8 corner margin block of four. Some mixed condition, plenty of sound and premium stamps scattered about with little duplication, a great lot for retail breakdown or to fill in some missing spots of your collection, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.6 lbs.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $5,500.
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Lot 49
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U.S., Superior Unpicked Old-time Used Wholesale Accumulation, 1851-1913. A better than average quanity group of several hundred different 19th and early 20th century used stamps housed in glassines containing thousands of better United States issues. Beginning with Scott 11 (35) and also including: 26 (40), 65 (213), 114 (41), 94 (65), 140 (20), 88 (14), 156 (300), 157 (22), 159 (10), 178 (25), 179 (32), 182 (50), 185 (29), 187 (3), 205 (120), 209 (80), 211 (28), 214 (2), 215 (25), 216 (58), 220A (10), 235 (14), 236 (40), 237 (50), 28 (50), 221 (68), 222 (50), 223 (40), 225 (30), 226 (50), 227 (2), 232 (25), 233 (50), 234 (50), 249 (120), 251 (20, 253 (10), 254 (20), 258 (20), 268 (40), 269 (40), 270 (30), 271 (25), 272 (50), 273 (30), 274 (18), 280 (50), 282 (25), 282c (20), 283 (20), 284 (40), 285 (90), 280 (80), 287 (6), 288 (9), 289 (4), 290 (4), 294 (30), 296 (9), 297 (10), 298 (9), 299 (25), 302 (80), 304 (80), 303 (80), 305 (30), 306 (60), 307 (50), 308 (27), 308 (27), 309 (47), 323 (20), 324 (70), 325 (3), 326 (6), 328 (25), 329 (25), 330 (4), 367 (20), 370 (30), 372 (20), 399 (20). A diverse group with a nice section of commemoratives, reasonable quantities with many well over the count number when a "plus" is noted up to 50% more, which was not counted in the Scott value. Condition is as usual a bit mixed but still and overall attractive group with many F-VF, Scott $28,000++, Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.2 lbs.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $1,800.
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Lot 50
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U.S., Large Accumulation of Better Commemorative Sheets and Large Multiples, 1923-1926 (Scott 610//629). Filling up a sheet file folder, with 610 (full sheet of 100, large block of 99 with missing side selvage and half sheet of 50), 614 (complete sheet of 50), 615 (complete sheet of 50 and large block of 36 with missing straight edge stamps), 616 (complete sheet with portion of top left stamp missing and large vertical crease across 12 stamps), 617 (3 complete sheets), 618 (2 complete sheets, 6 plate blocks), 619 (large blocks of 35 and 15 which were once part of one sheet of 50), 620 (4 complete sheets of 100, one of which is missing some selvage at bottom), 621 (1 complete sheet of 100, 1 large block of 96 which is only missing top right four stamps, large plate block of 20 from top of sheet), 627 (2 complete sheets of 50 and 26 singles in larger blocks with plate numbers), 628 (complete sheet of 50, large block of 36 missing straight edge stamps, large plate block of 20) and 629 (complete sheet and large block of 81 missing all straight edge copies). Occasional perf separations and small faults, but the majority of single stamps are sound, fresh and never hinged. This would be a great lot for breakdown to find better well centered singles, o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.4 lbs.
Scott $17,000+ Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $2,900.
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Lot 51
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U.S., Mostly Classic Accumulation, Mostly from 1851-1990's. Mostly used on 16 large stock pages, with a small dealer counter book filled with small tear pages and group of small stock cards crammed with modern high denomination issues from the 1980's to 1990's, with better items that include (used): 7 (2), 9 (7), 24 (12), 63 (23), 68 (13), 70 (2), 71 (2), 73 (29), 76 (4), 77 (7), 78 (3), 87 (6), 92, 93 (4), 96, 98 (4), 112 (2), 113 (4), 114 (28), 116 (2), 117 (2), 148 (13), 149 (2), 151 (7), 152 (7), 153 (3), 160, 162 (4), 163 (2), 165 (4), 166, 208 (11), 214 (4), 217, 218, 228 (2), 229, 404, Q11 and Q12. Condition is mixed, as you typically expect of these classic issues, plenty of better stamps with higher Scott value that add up to high total value, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.6 lbs.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $2,300.
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Lot 52
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U.S., Large Group of Washington / Franklin Large Multiples, 1910-1918. With several large imperforate or perf 11 issues, with strong cumulative Scott value when you add everything up, with 383 large top arrow block of 80, 408 corner margin plate block of 42, 481 (276 stamps in large multiples containing three massive plate blocks), 499 with plate number and small preperforating perf fold in corner selvage, 503 (200 stamps, mostly in very large blocks, a couple with plate numbers, one with plate block) and 530 plate block of 20, some perf separations for the larger perforated blocks and occasional gum disturbances, but the vast majority of the stamps are sound with plenty of value, o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,200.
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Lot 53
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U.S., Large Booklet Pane and Coil Amalgamation, from 1910's to early 1970's. 1519 misperf by about 20% right coil roll of 100, 1519a partial coil roll of 97 (Scott $35 per pair), four dealer counter books filled with better panes from 1910's-1960's including C10a three panes and a complete booklet, plus packs of coil rolls, booklets and panes from late 1960's to early 1970's containing $1,816 worth of face value postage, o.g., mostly never hinged, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 10.8 lbs.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,500.
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Lot 54
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U.S., Fancy Cancel Accumulation, 1851-1890. Well over 500 stamps on various stock or approval pages, with good selection of stamps, many of which have fancy cancels, with 3c 1851 issue with 33 mixed 10's and 11's, 65 (51 with various numerals, paids, all, U.S., geometrics, etc.), 73 (91 with many geometric cancels, including red paint cancel), 2c Banknote (46 with stars, numerals, geometrics), 3c Banknote (150+ with letters, numbers, stars, color cancels, etc.), 10c Banknote (79), 210 (42, with stars, letter duplex cancels, geogetrics, etc.), 220 (55 with stars, geometics, etc.), usual mixed centering and condition, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,000.
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Lot 55
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U.S., Plate Block and Plate Number Multiple Accumulation, 1893-1938. Each in glassine or on old time auction card, with 234 plate number strip of three, 236 plate number strip of three, 286 plate number pair, 287 (2 plate number pairs), 288 (2 plate number pairs and 1 corner margin pair with plate number), 644 (4 full sheets), plate blocks: 506, 590 (2), 648, 655, 692-94, 696-98, 740-49 (2 sets), 756-65 (2 sets), 771 (2), 832 and C10, some hinged plate blocks, a few minor gum issues or perf separations, but most appear sound and fresh, o.g., some never hinged / some hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 1 lbs.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $1,200.
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Lot 56
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U.S., Accumulation of Late 19th and Early 20th Century Issues. Large group of mint and used singles sorted into a large stack of glassines, most stamps are roughly sorted, with some better stamps scattered about with used: 23, 71 slight misperf, 73, 209 with star in circle cancel, three Match and Medicine issues and mint: 10X2 (2 reprints), 63, 236 (2), 238, 250, 250 block of four, 252 block of four, 323 (2), 324 (2), 325 (2), 431-32, 550 (3), 617-19 (6 sets) and C10a. Condition is mixed as usual. While we tried to find some of the more interesting stamps for the above list, there were too many stamps to sort effectively, so there is a good chance to find some more treasures floating about here, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.2 lbs.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 57
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U.S., Accumulation of Modern Used High Value, 1970's-2010's. With soaked items on group of black stock pages, plus group of higher denomination stamps still on piece, all used via the USPS mail system, so difficult to keep in stock as there aren't large hoarders of these, where is Haig when you need him? generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 2 lbs.
Scott approximately $5,000 (Owner's) Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $600.
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Lot 58
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U.S., Back-of-the-Book, Burgeoning Accumulation, 1873-1913. Several small collections of back of the book stamps (mostly officials, with newspapers and parcel post), on loose album pages and stock pages, with mint: JQ1-5, Q1-11, QE1-4, O1, O3 (3), O5-9, O11-13, O15-20, O20, O21, O22 (2), O23, O24, O25-28, O31, O34, O35, O38-40, O42, O47-56, O58, O59-67, O59 (2), O61, O62 (2), O63, O66, O67, O71, O75, O78 (2), O79, O87-93, O88, O90, O91 (2), O92, O95, O96-102, O96, O101, O106-7 (2), O109-11, O112 with Pinchot cert, O113, O114 block of nine and large plate block of 12, O114-20 (2 sets), O119, O121-26 (2), PR2-3, PR6, PR8, PR11, PR13, PR15-16, PR18, PR57-59, PR61 and used: O2 (2), O4, O10, O12-14, O14, O24, O25, O29, O30 (2), O32, O44-45, O47-56, O61, O64-65, O67, O80 (2), O93, O111-13 and PR19-20. Mixed condition, o.g. or without gum, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.4 lbs.
Scott $52,295 (Owner's) Estimate $10,000 - 12,000.
Realized $8,000.
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Lot 59
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U.S., Back-of-the-Book Accumulation, Mostly 1911-1959 (Scott Q1//RE4). Large accumulation of better mint large multiples and sheets filling up several sheet file folders, with J67 used block of 100, J68 sheet, J69 plate block of 100, J69 (complete sheet horizontally separated at center), J79-83 sheets, J85 sheet, PN1-10 complete sheets, Q1 (304 singles, 4 plate blocks, 2 sheets), Q3 no gum (72 singles, 3 plate blocks), Q4 no gum (1 sheet), Q5 no gum (1 sheet), Q9 (30 used stamps in block), QE1 (15 singles, 3 sheets), QE2 (15 singles, 2 sheets), QE3 (15 singles, 2 sheets), QE4 (1 sheet), O124 (1 sheet), O126 plate number strip of 10), PS4 (1 sheet), S1 (1 sheet), S2 (1 sheet), S3 (2 sheets), S4 (2 sheets), S5 (1 sheet), WS7 (3 sheets), WS8 (3 sheets), WS9 (3 sheets), WS10 (3 sheets), WS11 (1 plate block, 4 sheets), a few Canal Zone sheets, a couple mint sheet files of Christmas Seals and Cinderellas and a mint sheet file filled with complete used sheets. Occasional perf separations and small faults, but the majority of single stamps are sound with many fresh never hinged items. This would be a great lot for breakdown to find better well centered singles, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 8.4 lbs.
Scott $42,500 ++ Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Realized $9,000.
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Lot 60
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U.S., Back-of-the-Book, Accumulation of Better from Airmail to Revenue Issues, 1862-1990. Messy assortment with many stamps crammed into glassines (sorted by issue in quantity of many issues) along with a small mini collection and a group of revenue documents, all of which seems to be the basis of an inventory or project lot, as you browse through, you will note, mint: C10a, E1P4, K17-18, O2, O29, O31 (2), O32, O33, O35, O36 (3), O37, O40, O41 (2), O42 (2), O44, O84, O87 (2), O90, O120, Q2-Q9, Q11, RI1-13, RO2P3, RO28P3, group of 5 Wells Fargo, 50 Pound Express Frank stamps and used: C1-6, C18, C46 matched plate blocks, E1-12 (2 sets), K1-3, K5, K10, O3, O4 (2), O5 (2), O24 (3), O25, O26, O28 (3), O30 (4), O32, O35 (2), O36 (2), O37, O38 (3), O39, O40, O41 (5), O42 (2), O43, O44 (4), O45, O93, O107, Q1-12 (enough stamps to make 11 sets and many duplicates of most values), a half dozen album pages of cut squares, group of 50+ different first issue revenue stamps up to $5, plus scattering of seven more album pages of various revenue issues, wholesale group of R727 (x100 with manuscript cancels, Scott $475), wholesale group of R729 (x50 with cut cancels, Scott $525), a couple indenture documents paid with 1960's documentary stamps, RY6 single, RY6 on Sub Machine Gun firearm tax paid transfer and registration document, RY8 and small group of Match and Medicine stamps, some usual condition issues, sure to be good cumulative Scott value for decent Ebay or retail sales, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance. Shipping charges apply - weight 4 lbs.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 61
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U.S., Back-of-the-Book, High Value Accumulation, 1873-1919. Each stamp carefully identified in small plastic envelope, with strong sections of Shanghai overprints, Newspaper stamps and Official stamps, with highlights, mint: K1 (3), K2 (2), K3 (2), K4 (2), K5 (2), K6, K7 (2), K8 (2), K9 (2), K10 (2), K11, K12 (2), K13, K14, K15, O3-O7, O9, O11-14, O16 (4), O22, O25, O29, O32, O41, O42, O47, O48 (2), O48 block of four, O49 (2), O50 (2), O51-53, O56 (2), O62, O64, O65, O76 (2), O77 (2), O78 (4), O79, O80 (2), O81, O84, O85 (2), O87 (2), O90 (3), O91 (3), O92 (2), O93 (2), PR9 (2), PR10 (2), PR11, PR12 (2), PR13, PR15, PR16, PR17, PR57, PR58, PR59 (2), PR61, PR62 (2), PR64, PR66, PR67, PR68, PR69, PR114-25, PR125, PS15, PC16, used: K1, K2, K5, K6, K11, O2, O4, O24, O25, O26, O28 (2), O29, O30, O31, O33, O35, O39, O44, O45, O57, O61, O62, O63, O65, O66 (2), PR13, PR16, PR70, PR121, PR123, 80+ mint and used locals (some reprints), centering and condition are mixed, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.4 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $5,000.
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Lot 62
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U.S., Revenues, Resplendent Old Time Accumulation, 1862-1940's. In glassines, album pages and ancient stockbook, filled with many first issues, several in larger multiples of first to third issue revenues, stockbook contains many hundreds of first issue revenues filling the pages of the stockbook, organized by issue neatly organized row after row of the same Scott number filling the pages in the old style Scott numbering system sorted by first, second, third, fourth, fifth, etc. issue and not by our current numbering system that splits issues between the various R, RB, RC, RD, etc. revenue categories, with half of the stockbook filled with first to third issues, followed by Proprietary and Battleship issues, documentary, proprietary numeral issues, ending with Narcotic (Scott unlisted) Cigarette issues, State Revenues, various other revenue issues and two stockpages of Telegraph stamps, condition is a little rough in areas with occasional items missing pieces, along with some really nice stamps that will be a welcome addition to a revenue specialists collection, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.4 lbs.
Scott $32,800 (Owner's) Estimate $6,000 - 7,500.
Realized $5,750.
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Lot 63
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U.S., Revenues, a Riveting Old Time Accumulation, 1862-1940's. In glassines, dealer tear pages, small approval cards, etc., with imperf first issues up to $20, perforated first issues up to $50, better second issues, RC18 strip of four, RD312, RG13, RG14, RG15, RG98 mint, RG19 used, RI complete, R159-60 used, a few Federal ducks, Motor Vehicles, great treasure hunt lot for a specialist looking for interesting cancels or varieties, some faults, many generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.2 lbs.
Scott $10,000 (Owner's) Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,500.
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Lot 64
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U.S., A Flock of Federal Duck Stamps, 1934-1999. Small group of duck stamps, with several stamps in quantity of many stamps, with RW1-6, RW1, RW2 (3), RW4, RW5 (3), RW6, RW7, RW8 (3), RW9, RW10, RW11 (2), RW11-27, RW12, RW13 (2), RW14, RW15 (2), RW16, RW17, RW18 (2), RW19, RW34, RW35, RW36 (2), RW37 plate block, RW38 plate block, RW1-51 used and $1060 face value of Federal Duck stamps, Condition is mixed among earlier issues, modern stamps all appear mostly sound, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 1 lbs.
Scott $13,000 Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $2,600.
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Lot 65
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U.S., Duck Stamps, Large Mint and Used Accumulation, 1934-1998. Loosely arranged in various glassines and stock pages, with 10 small black approval cards, tightly packed with row after row with multiple ducks in year order, mostly used, with occasional no gum stamps thrown in for a good chance to quickly run up the value, along with full stock page, packed with stamps from 1930's to 1980's and a group of better mint o.g. (many of which are NH) individually sorted into glassines, with RW6, RW10, RW11, RW12 (2), RW13, RW14, RW15, RW19 (2), RW20 (2), RW21, RW22 (2), RW23, RW24 (2), RW25 (2), RW26 (2), RW27, RW28 (2), RW29, RW31 (2), RW33, RW35, RW36 (2), RW37 (3), RW38-RW46, plus $160 face value of modern ducks from late 1980's and 1990's, some mixed condition, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 1 lbs.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,400.
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