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Sale 756

Collections, Stocks and Accumulations of the World
Including Langs Stock and Private Holdings


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Lot 66

U.S., 1919, 3¢ Violet, Rotary Press Coil Waste, Perf 11 X 10, Large Wholesale Group (Scott 541), a total of 346 stamps in various sized multiples. With block of 86, block of 68, block of 55, 8 blocks of 8, block of 12, 10 pairs, strip of 6, strip of 7, 4 blocks of 4 and 2 blocks of 6, o.g., never hinged; several perf separations and occasional tiny flaws such as inclusions, etc., mostly Very Good to Fine.
Scott $34,600 Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $1,600.
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Lot 67
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U.S., 1922-1931, Fourth Bureau Definative Issue Wholesale Group (Scott 551//694). Massive holding of many large multiples with large blocks, sheets, plate blocks, centerline blocks, center cross gutter blocks, etc., with the types of the 1922 flat plate issue and proceeding to the imperforate issues, perf 10 issues and perf 11x10.5 issues, with: 551 (169 stamps in large blocks), 552 (74 stamps in large blocks which also contains three plate blocks, 1 complete sheet of 100), 553 (block of 99 and complete sheet of 100), 554 (block of 100), 576 (100 stamps in large blocks, centerline block of 36), 581 (165 stamps in large blocks), 582 (complete sheet of 100), 631 (72 stamps in large blocks, plate block of 24, 5 gutter blocks of 16, 6 large gutter blocks of 64, large gutter block of 62), 632 (4 complete sheets which have been separated, one of separation tears 10 stamps in half), 633 (complete sheet of 100, plate block of 20), 634 (9 complete electric eye sheets of 100, long ear variety, several electric eye plate blocks), 635 (87 stamps in large blocks, 3 complete sheets of 100), 636 (complete sheet, missing some selvage, partial sheet which is missing one stamp and three plate blocks of 20), 637 (block of 100, missing plate number), 639 (2 complete sheets, one with gutter snipe at top), 641 (complete sheet of 100), 653 (200+ stamps in large blocks, 2 complete sheets of 100) and 694 (large separated plate block of 100), occasional faults, including many perf separations and occasional missing selvage on the sheets, most singles are sound, a great lot for the specialist looking for that shade or variety or for that grading enthusiast looking for that perfectly centered single, o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 3 lbs.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,200.
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Lot 68
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U.S., 1926, White Plains souvenir sheets, 23 in all (Scott 630). 16 souvenir sheets never hinged, 7 souvenir sheets previously hinged, some of which are only hinged in selvage, o.g., some never hinged / some hinged; a few small faults, such as one with light toning, some perf separations, a couple with selvage tears, etc., plenty of sound and attractive sheets, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.2 lbs.
Scott $9,925 Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $2,700.
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Lot 69
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U.S., 1929, Kans.-Nebr., Wholesale Stock (Scott 658//679). Large stock, forming nearly complete Kans. and Nebr. overprint sets, consisting of: 658 (329 singles), 659 (17 singles), 660 (136 singles), 661 (38 singles), 662 (21 singles), 663 (21 singles, 1 plate block), 664 (60 singles), 666 (6 singles), 667 (143 singles, 1 plate block), 669 (1 sheet, 273 singles, 1 plate block), 670 (2 sheets, 244 singles), 671 (1 sheet, 74 singles), 672 (49 singles), 673 (2 singles), 674 (13 singles), 675 (66 singles), 676 (40 singles), 678 (11 singles) and 679 (4 singles), nearly all stamps are sound and fresh, o.g., mostly never hinged / a little minor hinging on 669 and 670 sheets; 669 sheet with toning spots on three stamps, 670 sheet with slight corner crease on top left stamp, Very Good to Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.2 lbs.
Scott $28,600+ Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Realized $3,750.
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Lot 70
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U.S., 1932, Washington Bicentennial, Massive Accumulation (Scott 704-715). In mint sheet file, filled with mint sheets along with some loose scrap, a count reveals the following quantities: 704 (9 sheets, 574 singles, 3 plate blocks), 705 (2 sheets), 706 (3 sheets), 707 (3 sheets, 341 singles, 3 plate blocks) 708 (3 sheets), 709 (3 sheets, 25 singles), 710 (2 sheets), 711 (2 sheets), 712 (2 sheets, 30 singles), 713 (1 sheet), 714 (2 sheets) and 715 (1 sheet). Very fresh, mostly never hinged and mostly sound, o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.6 lbs.
Scott $5,800+ Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 71
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U.S., 1933-1934, Farley Souvenir Sheets, Massive Accumulation (Scott 730-731, 735, 750-51, 769-70). In small envelopes sorted into each Scott number, containing: 730 (158), 731 (307), 735 (125), 750 (105), 751 (60), 769 (12) and 770 (18), there are a partial sheets and gutter between multiples that will boost up the catalog value, many of the souvenir sheets are either no gum or o.g. (as they were originally issued) with the catalog value for hinged, but there are also some never hinged souvenir sheets that will also boost the value, mostly fresh and mostly sound, o.g. or without gum, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 3 lbs.
Scott $13,800 Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,900.
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Lot 72
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U.S., 1936-37, Army-Navy (Scott 785-794), complete sheets of 50. In two sheet file folders, sorted by Scott number, containing the following mint sheets (singles are calculated in Scott and face value, but are not in sheet count): 785 (27), 786 (34), 787 (17), 788 (16), 789 (17), 790 (27), 791 (34), 792 (26), 793 (16) and 794 (15). The face value is a little over $320. This might make a great lot for you grading enthusiasts or sheet sellers. Mostly fresh and stamps are mostly sound, some missing selvage or perf separations on sheets, o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine centering. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.2 lbs.
Scott $5,100 as singles Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $600.
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Lot 73
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U.S., 1938, Presidentials (Scott 803-834). In two sheet file folders, sorted by Scott number, containing: 803-34 (2 lightly hinged sets of singles), 803 (26 sheets), 804 (10 sheets), 805 (22 sheets), 806 (20 sheets), 807 (16 sheets), 808 (5 sheets), 809 (5 sheets), 810 (2 sheets), 811 (1 sheet), 813 (1 sheet), 814 (1 sheet), 815 (1 sheet), 816 (1 sheet) and 820 (7 sheets). The face value is a little over $335. Mostly fresh and mostly sound, o.g., mostly never hinged, singles are lightly hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.4 lbs.
Scott $3,750+ Estimate $500 - 750.
Realized $800.
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Lot 74
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U.S., 1940, Famous Americans, Massive Dealer Stock. Containing singles, blocks and plate blocks, each organized into individual glassines (mostly by 100), plus some strays that haven't filled a glassine yet, which were conservatively estimated in the inventory below, in old Library card drawers. Inventory consists of: 859 (900 singles and 45 plate blocks), 860 (900 singles and 50 plate blocks), 861 (600 singles and 50 plate blocks), 862 (700 singles and 15 plate blocks), 863 (700 singles and 8 plate blocks), 864 (900 singles and 25 plate blocks), 865 (700 singles and 50 plate blocks), 866 (700 singles and 38 plate blocks), 867 (600 singles and 25 plate blocks), 868 (400 singles and 10 plate blocks), 869 (500 singles and 35 plate blocks), 870 (700 singles and 38 plate blocks), 871 (600 singles and 50 plate blocks), 872 (500 singles and 24 plate blocks), 873 (200 singles and 25 plate blocks), 874 (800 singles and 75 plate blocks), 875 (700 singles and 60 plate blocks), 876 (800 singles and 90 plate blocks), 877 (500 singles and 20 plate blocks), 878 (500 singles and 16 plate blocks), 879 (700 singles and 60 plate blocks), 880 (800 singles and 75 plate blocks), 881 (700 singles and 100 plate blocks), 882 (500 singles and 25 plate blocks), 883 (1000 singles and 18 plate blocks), 884 (700 singles and 60 plate blocks), 885 (700 singles and 60 plate blocks), 886 (600 singles and 100 plate blocks), 887 (100 singles), 888 (350 singles and 25 plate blocks), 889 (500 singles and 50 plate blocks), 890 (500 singles and 75 plate blocks), 891 (500 singles and 50 plate blocks), 892 (500 singles and 20 plate blocks) and 893 (1000 singles and 14 plate blocks)., o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine, from William Langs stock. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.6 lbs.
Scott $29,300 Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $3,500.
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Lot 75
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U.S., 1940, Famous Americans (Scott 859-893), complete sheets. In a banker's box filled with plastic sheets filed with quantities of stamps, sorted by Scott number, containing the following mint sheets, plus some left over scrap singles which are not counted: 859 (21), 860 (22), 861 (16), 862 (7), 863 (6), 864 (27), 865 (27), 866 (22), 867 (10), 868 (6), 869 (20), 870 (17), 871 (15), 872 (9), 873 (5), 874 (20), 875 (30), 876 (16), 877 (10), 878 (6), 879 (25), 880 (17), 881 (12), 882 (5), 883 (5), 884 (17), 885 (18), 886 (13), 887 (4), 888 (4), 889 (10), 890 (11), 891 (15), 892 (3) and 893 (5), plus three full sets of plate blocks. The face value is $969. Stamps are fresh and mostly sound, occasional missing selvage or perf separations on sheets, o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 9 lbs.
Scott $18,750+ Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $2,700.
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Lot 76

U.S., Airmail, 1928, 5¢ Beacon, Plate Number Block Bonanza, 1000 Plates Mint NH (Scott C11), plate block of 6. Incredible holding of various numbers, positions, combinations and layouts, all unchecked for the newly listed "special paper", a treasure-trove to pick from, a great positional holding to either use as a basis to start collecting all the positons, fill in those that you might not have, or for resale, we haven't seen a hoard like this in decades, o.g., never hinged; perf separations as one would expect, but overall Post Office Fresh!, typical centering very good to very fine, mainly fine to very fine, ex-Dick Hall. Shipping charges apply - weight 10.4 lbs.
Scott $57,500 ++ Estimate $10,000 - 12,000.
Realized $12,000.
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Lot 77

U.S., Airmail, 1928, 5¢ Beacon, Plate Number Block Tsunami, over 1500 Plates (Scott C11), plate block of 6. Impossible holding of various numbers, positions, combinations and layouts, all unchecked for the newly listed "special paper", these were improperly stored in Grand Cayman and with disturbed gum and/or some with staining, many affixed to each other (two plates of 6 looking like a strip of 12) easily separated. the owner already soaked and pressed some number we guess around 500 and gave up, the others waiting for you, the bath and a rubber ducky, apply work liberally and reap the rewards, typical centering for the issue vg to vf, ex-Dick Hall. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.6 lbs.
Scott $63,750 + + as og Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $3,250.
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Lot 78
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U.S., Airmail, 1941-44, Transport Issue, Massive Accumulation (Scott C25-C31). In mint sheet file, filled with mint sheets along with some loose scrap, a count of sheets reveals the following quantities: C25 (36), C26 (32), C27 (8), C28 (3), C29 (4), C30 (4) and C31 (4 and a half sheet containing a plate block), very fresh, mostly never hinged and mostly sound, o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.2 lbs.
Scott $4,900+ Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $1,300.
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Lot 79
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U.S., Postage Due, 1895, 5¢ and 30¢ Deep Claret, D.L. Watermark (Scott J41, J43). Large wholesale group, with several well centered singles and many large multiples that make this lot interesting, with J41 many singles and several very large multiples, J43 block of four, block of eight, strip of six and two strips of four. Several small faults, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $7,000 Estimate $1,200 - 1,500.
Realized $1,000.
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