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


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Lot 312
Czechoslovakia, One Collector's Lifelong Pursuit. Massive holding housed in 13 albums or stockbooks, plus a pile of additional loose pages, etc.; comprises various collections including marginal markings in singles and blocks of four, items of cancellation interest, gutter and tête-bêche pairs, a tremendous and diverse assemblage of Revenues, a small stockbook filled with proofs and trial colors, excellent WWII Locals, Eastern Silesia, a one-volume powerful used collection with postal history, an entire stockbook (fully organized) of "1919 Posta Ceskoslovenska" overprints, excellent souvenir sheets, and more; well-kept and cared for, generally fresh and sound; you likely won't find such coverage this easily again, Fine to Very Fine with much better, a Czech that definitely won't bounce. Shipping charges apply - weight 61.8 lbs.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $9,500.
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Lot 313

Czechoslovakia, Stunning Mint Collection, 1960-2018. Comprehensive collection of mint sets, singles, souvenir sheets and some art mini-sheets in four Scott hingeless albums with apparently no empty spaces, large majority NH and the bulk of any l.h. stamps will be in the 1960s era, plenty of colorful topicals, generally P.O. fresh and, Fine to Very Fine, Czech it out! . Shipping charges apply - weight 19.2 lbs.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $2,100.
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Lot 314
Czechoslovakia, Virtually Complete Collection, 1918-1959. Mostly mint sets, singles and souvenir sheets in a well-filled Scott hingeless album, highly complete for the period with high percentage of NH and additional issues for Bohemia & Moravia and Slovakia, numerous premium including 1918/20 Hradcany issues mint, 102-04 mint, 114-40 mint, 175-78 NH, 187-90 NH, 200a-201a without gum as issued, regular issues and commemoratives (including S/S) essentially complete and many NH (e.g. 856) for 1935-59, "back of the book" premium include C1-3 mint (C2-3 each signed Sanabria), C4-6 mint (each with a pencil signature on gum), Bohemia & Moravia 1939-44 complete mint, etc., generally fresh and Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.8 lbs.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Realized $2,400.
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