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Sale 756

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Lot 80
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U.S., Massive Early 20th Century Dealer Stock, 1909-1934. Containing singles, blocks and plate blocks, many of which are never hinged, but counted in the catalog value as previously hinged singles, each organized into individual glassines (many 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: 368 (16), 422 (1), 445 (1 pair), 446 (1 pair), 456 (1), 462 (8), 470 (2), 471 (3), 473 (2), 547 (1), 548 (250 singles, 22 plate blocks), 549 (250), 550 (58), 551 (1050), 552 (35 plate blocks), 554 (100), 555 (30), 556 (5), 557 (60), 558 (7), 559 (83), 560 (7), 561 (12), 562 (12), 563 (225 singles, 2 plate blocks), 564 (50), 565 (50), 566 (37), 567 (11), 568 (25), 570 (11), 571 (17), 572 (21), 576 (150), 583 (36), 584 (24), 588 (16), 589 (18), 590 (14), 591 (22), 598 (200), 599 (100), 599A (1), 600 (50), 601 (50), 603 (300), 611 (150), 614 (200 singles, 11 plate blocks), 615 (150 singles, 10 plate blocks), 616 (100), 617 (48 singles, 4 plate blocks), 618 (50 singles, 1 plate block), 619 (132), 620 (50), 621 (58 singles, 1 plate block), 622 (100), 623 (100), 627 (350), 628 (159 singles, 5 plate blocks), 629 (100), 632 (25), 633 (50), 634 (600), 636 (50), 637 (50 singles, 14 plate blocks), 638 (60 singles, 5 plate blocks), 639 (20 singles, 8 plate blocks), 640 (16 singles, 8 plate blocks), 641 (100 singles, 12 plate blocks), 642 (60 singles, 10 plate blocks), 643 (100), 644 (150 singles, 4 plate blocks), 645 (1200 singles, 6 plate blocks), 646 (160 singles, 2 plate blocks), 647 (50), 648 (27), 649 (500 singles, 9 plate blocks), 650 (100 singles, 6 plate blocks), 651 (600 singles, 9 plate blocks), 653 (15 plate blocks), 654 (1500 singles, 9 plate blocks), 655 (100), 656 (148), 657 (2300 singles, 11 plate blocks), 659 (1 plate block), 680 (250 singles, 7 plate blocks), 681 (350 singles, 5 plate blocks), 682 (8 plate blocks), 683 (250 singles, 2 plate blocks), 684 (50 singles, 17 plate blocks), 685 (50 singles, 8 plate blocks), 686 (50), 687 (25), 682 (150), 688 (300 singles, 3 plate blocks), 689 (350 singles, 3 plate blocks), 690 (300 singles, 4 plate blocks), 692 (4 plate blocks), 693 (6 plate blocks), 694 (25), 695 (30 singles, 2 plate blocks), 696 (4 plate blocks), 697 (2 plate blocks), 698 (6 plate blocks), 701 (1 plate blocks), 702 (300 singles, 7 plate blocks), 703 (600 singles, 14 plate blocks), 704 (800 singles, 5 plate blocks), 705 (1050 singles, 9 plate blocks), 706 (200 singles, 1 plate blocks), 707 (400 singles, 19 plate blocks), 708 (250 singles, 3 plate blocks), 709 (250 singles, 12 plate blocks), 710 (300 singles, 3 plate blocks), 711 (150 singles, 2 plate blocks), 712 (350 singles, 7 plate blocks), 713 (150 singles, 1 plate blocks), 714 (125), 715 (350), 716 (1000 singles, 11 plate blocks), 717 (700 singles, 18 plate blocks), 718 (350 singles, 22 plate blocks), 719 (1000 singles, 12 plate blocks), 720 (150 singles, 21 plate blocks), 721 (100), 722 (50), 723 (50), 724 (100 singles, 2 plate blocks), 725 (700 singles, 2 plate blocks), 726 (2 plate blocks), 727 (600), 728 (250), 729 (350), 730a (50), 731a (50), 732 (500), 733 (250), 734 (250), 736 (350), 737 (900), 738 (600), 739 (500), 740 (20), 741 (400), 742 (400), 743 (150), 745 (100), 747 (100), 748 (50), 749 (125), 752 (200), 753 (200), 754 (300), 755 (500), 756-65 (50 sets), 756 (300), 757 (200), 758 (300), 759 (200), 760 (200), 761 (150), 762 (100), 763 (150), 764 (100), 765 (150), 768 (50), 769 (100), 770 (100) and 771 (750). Condition mixed among earlier issues, o.g., mostly never hinged, earlier issues are mostly previously hinged, a few earlier stamps without gum, generally Fine to Very Fine, from William Langs stock.
Scott $91,000 ++ Estimate $10,000 - 15,000.
Realized $9,000.
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Lot 81
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U.S., Massive 1938 Presidential Dealer Stock. Containing singles 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: 803 (500 singles and 112 plate blocks), 804 (1100 singles and 150 plate blocks), 805 (600 singles and 200 plate blocks), 806 (500 singles and 200 plate blocks), 807 (700 singles and 300 plate blocks), 808 (700 singles and 300 plate blocks), 809 (1200 singles and 50 plate blocks), 810 (200 singles and 100 plate blocks), 811 (400 singles and 50 plate blocks), 812 (200 singles and 75 plate blocks), 813 (200 singles and 75 plate blocks), 814 (200 singles and 75 plate blocks), 815 (200 singles and 100 plate blocks), 816 (300 singles and 50 plate blocks), 817 (300 singles and 125 plate blocks), 818 (2400 singles and 25 plate blocks), 819 (600 singles and 125 plate blocks), 820 (200 singles and 125 plate blocks), 821 (150 singles and 23 plate blocks), 822 (600 singles and 50 plate blocks), 823 (1600 singles), 824 (300 singles and 50 plate blocks), 825 (100 singles and 125 plate blocks), 826 (600 singles and 20 plate blocks), 827 (600 singles), 828 (1300 singles and 20 plate blocks), 829 (100 singles and 125 plate blocks), 830 (1400 singles and 150 plate blocks), 831 (1200 singles and 125 plate blocks), 832 (500 singles and 12 plate blocks), 833 (262 singles and 4 plate blocks), 834 (14 singles and 2 plate blocks), 839 (150), 840 (150), 841 (50), 842 (350), 843 (25), 844 (50), 845 (25), 846 (25), 847 (75), 848 (200), 849 (150), 850 (100), 851 (75)., o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine, from William Langs stock. Shipping charges apply - weight 8 lbs.
Scott $54,000 Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
Realized $6,250.
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Lot 82
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U.S., Valuable, Retired Dealer's "I'll get to it later" Holding. Fascinating and widely diverse holding of items removed from dozens of collections over the years by a well-seasoned veteran; everything is keenly presented on 38 6" x 9" stockcards, with approximately 1100 mint or used items present; within this strong assemblage we note many "better" individual stamps, plus extensive Revenues and used Ducks, lovely Possessions with especially nice Philippines, plus Canal Zone, Hawaii (including several reference items), along with Test stamps, varieties, imperforate coils, items of cancellation interest, cut squares, unusual multiples, Confederate States, precancels, and much more; available for viewing in its entirety on our website, bulk generally Fine to Very Fine, a lovely holding. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.6 lbs.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $5,250.
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Lot 83
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U.S., Dealer Stock of Mint 20th Century Issues, 1912-1990's. With each stamp carefully sorted and put into individual glassine by issue many years ago, with good selection of early Washington / Franklin issues, good 1920's definatives, early 1920's to 30's commemoratives, Kans. Nebr. issues, Farlies with a small selection of gutter and line pairs, decent Prexies, some imperf and misperf coil pairs from the 1960's-70's, etc., many stamps are never hinged and fresh singles, notable items include: 412 pairs, 416 (2), 422, 433, 434 (3), 437, 439, 443 pair, 446 pair, 473 (2), 475, 483 block of four, 484 (2 blocks of four), 493 pair, 494 (4 pairs), 514 (8), 516 (4), 517 (4), 532 block of four, 534 block of four, 534A block of four, 535 (2 blocks of four), 537 (54), 540 (9), 550 (10), 558 (4 NH), 560 (7), 562 (5), 566 (2), 570 (5), 571, 572 (2), 573, 591, 599A (2), 611 centerline block, 619 (17), 621 (5), 622 (19), 623 (5), 628 (14), 661 (12), 662 (6), 663 (5), 664 (2), 665 (2), 666 (3), 667, 668 (4), 672 (2), 673 (4), 674 (8), 675 (3), 676 (2), 667 (5), 679, 704-15 (15 sets), 740-49 (10 sets), 756-65, 771 complete set of matched arrow and centerline blocks, 834 (2), 1053 (10) and Recalled Legend of the West pane (with two normal panes), decent amount of sound stamps along with a glassine envelope filled with many higher Scott value stamps (both mint and used) that are damaged, o.g., some never hinged / some hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.6 lbs.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $2,400.
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Lot 84
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U.S., Dealer Stock Balance, 1862-1981. Containing singles, blocks and plate blocks, each organized into individual glassines, with strong sections of JQ, QE, postal insurance booklets, thousands of mostly first issues revenues each sorted by Scott number into individual glassines, approximately 150-200 dealer cards of stationary cut squares, a small section of possessions with some sections of Spanish American War overprints and 1920's Canal Zone overprints of U.S. stamps and miscellenous other loose stamps, with the following highlights: F1 (2), FA1 (200), K2, O5 used, O7, O16, O19, O30, O59, O82, O88 (2), O91 (5), O92 (4), O93, O100, O118, O119 (2), nice officials used to mail postal savings (with many never hinged stamps): O121 (140), O122 (34), O123 (2), O124 (270+), O125 (14), O126 (160+), Q1 (14), Q2 (10), Q3 (15), Q4 (9), Q5 (12), Q6 (4), Q8 (2), Q9 (6), Q10 (6 used), Q11 (1 mint, 3 used), Q12 (4 used), JQ1 (10), JQ3 (5), QE1 (700), QE2 (800), QE3 (400), QE4/QE4a (23), QI2 (approximately 50 booklets), QI4 (350+ booklets), QI5 (approximately 100 booklets), group of test stamps, cut squares with early Nesbitt reprints, several 2c Jackson U.S. post issues, some 1874 Plimpton issues up to 30c U207, U337 (2), U338, U339, U341, U343 and some airmail and official cut squares, Canal Zone J1 (18) and J2 (12). Typical mixed condition and centering, o.g., some never hinged / some hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine, from William Langs stock. Shipping charges apply - weight 8.6 lbs.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $3,750.
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Lot 85
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U.S., Dealer's Stock, Red Box Blight, 19th & 20th Century. Two red "102" dealer stock boxes with many hundreds of issues all cataloged and priced for sale; 87 ($200), 439 ($220), 386 ($280), 385 ($100), 191 ($325), 165 ($130), 309 ($200), 756-765 ($114), 208 ($110), 302 ($225), 238 ($200); strong in Back of Book and state revenues, overal combined high catalog and resale value, worth a look, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 8.4 lbs.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,100.
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Lot 86
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U.S., Dealer Stock of Used, 20th Century. In about 20 drawers, neatly organized by number in glassines, #551/3403 plus airmails, special delivery, dues, etc., has to be at least 50,000 stamps, unchecked for varieties, cancels, premium quality for grading, etc., old time holding (nothe the old wooden cabinets), generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $650.
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Lot 87
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U.S., Back-of-the-Book Dealer's Stock, 1869-1939. In four six dealer counter books, with small tear pages packed with better stamps, with mint: C1 (1 single and 2 top arrow blocks), C2 (4 singles and block of four), C3 (1 single and 2 blocks of four), C4 (1 single and 2 blocks of four), C5 (5 singles and 1 block of four), C6 (1 single and 1 block of four), C7 (29), C8 (33), C9 (26), C10 (18), C11 (11), C12 (26), C13 (2), C14 (1), C18 (40), C21 (8), C22 (19), C24 (25), E2 (4), E3 (2), E6 (2), E7 (4), E11 (4), E12 (2), F1, J1, J4, J18, O2SD, O10SD (5), O10SxD (2), O11SD (2), O15SD, O25SD (3), O26SD (2), O35SD (4), O36SD (2), O47SD (3), O57SD (6), O58SD (3), O60SD, O72SD (2), O83SD (2), Q1 (18), Q2 (4), Q3 (9), Q4 (3), Q5 (3), Q6 (4), Q7 (3), Q9 (5), Q10, Q11 (2), Q12 (2), JQ1 (7), JQ2 (3), JQ3 (6), JQ4 (2), JQ5 (4), QE4 (8), 112-E4c, 113-E3e (2 shades), several early classic india and card proofs, 71SB, 77SB, 211SD, J15SD-J21SD, stock book with several minor perf shift or color shifts, used: C14 (2), C18, E1 (2), E2 (3), E3 (5), E7 (3), J6, J7, J20, J21, J27 (3) and J28. Condition and centering are mixed, o.g., some never hinged / some hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance. Shipping charges apply - weight 5 lbs.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Realized $5,250.
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Lot 88
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U.S., Airmail, Massive Dealer Stock, 1918-1960. Containing singles, blocks and plate blocks, some of which are never hinged, but counted in the catalog value as previously hinged singles, 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: C1 (4 mint, 3 used), C2 (2 mint, 6 used), C3 (4 mint, 4 used), C4 (8 mint, 2 used), C5 (5 mint, 1 used), C6 (7 mint, 2 used), C7 (700), C8 (600 singles, 1 plate block), C9 (500), C10 (400), C10a (11), C11 (400), C12 (100), C16 (100 singles, 22 plate blocks), C17 (200 singles, 8 plate blocks), C18 (44), C19 (200 singles, 100 plate blocks), C20 (500 singles, 79 plate blocks), C21 (300 singles, 16 plate blocks), C22 (400 singles, 38 plate blocks), C23 (800), C24 (100), C25 (400), C25a (28), C26 (300 singles, 100 plate blocks), C27 (200 singles, 73 plate blocks), C28 (100 singles, 74 plate blocks), C29 (200 singles, 59 plate blocks), C30 (200 singles, 31 plate blocks), C31 (50 singles, 25 plate blocks), C51a (100), C60a (50), CE1 (100 singles, 96 plate blocks), CE2 (700 singles, 38 plate blocks), BKC2 (2), BKC3 (3), BKC4 (9), BKC5 (2), BKC6 (7), BKC7 (2), BKC8 (5), BKC10 (5), BKC11 (4) and BKC19 (13). Condition mixed among earlier issues, o.g., mostly never hinged, earlier issues are mostly previously hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine, from William Langs stock. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.6 lbs.
Scott $47,400+ Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $7,000.
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Lot 89
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U.S., Airmail, Massive Wholesale Dealer Stock, 1926-1939 (Scott C7-C24, CE1-CE2). In large blocks and sheets filling several sheet file folders, for the sake of simplicity, we broke down the catalog value into singles and plate blocks, but you should be aware, most of the singles are actually in larger blocks, most stamps are never hinged, especially in the earlier issues, many great items for dealers to break down or for specialists to fill in some of those difficult plate numbers, stock consists of: C7 (78 singles, 3 plate blocks), C8 (218 singles, 11 plate blocks), C9 (119 singles, 10 plate blocks), C10 (81 singles, 3 plate blocks), C11 (344 singles, 3 plate blocks), C12 (58 singles, 1 plate block), C16 (46 singles, 1 plate block), C17 (3 sheets, 45 singles), C18 (12 singles, 2 plate blocks), C19 (36 singles, 1 plate block), C20 (32 sheets, 51 plate blocks with disturbed o.g.), C21 (48 singles, 5 plate blocks, 6 plate blocks with hinged or disturbed o.g.), C22 (2 sheets, 38 singles, 2 plate blocks, 1 hinged plate blocks), C23 (2 sheets, 33 singles, 20 plate blocks of 4 or 6, 23 plate blocks of 10), C24 (12 sheets, 20 plate blocks), CE1 (1 sheet) and CE2 (13 sheets (types 1 and 2), 5000 singles and 8 plate blocks), the vast majority of the stamps are sound with plenty of very well centered singles floating about, o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 6 lbs.
Scott $30,000+ Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $4,250.
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Lot 90
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U.S., Special Delivery, Massive Dealer Stock, 1885-1971. Containing singles and blocks, each counted in the catalog value as previously hinged, organized into individual glassines (many 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: E1 (2), E2 (6), E3 (5), E5 (5), E6 (6), E7 (2), E8 (3), E9 (2), E11 (10), E12 (26), E13 (40), E14 (300), E15 (200), E16 (300), E17 (1000), E18 (500), E19 (900), E20 (500), E21 (1100), E22 (600) and E23 (800). Condition mixed among earlier issues, o.g., mostly never hinged, earlier issues previously hinged or without gum, generally Fine to Very Fine, from William Langs stock. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.2 lbs.
Scott $18,600+ Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $2,200.
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Lot 91
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U.S., Postage Due, Massive Dealer Stock, 1879-1985. Containing singles, blocks and plate blocks, many of which are never hinged, but counted in the catalog value as previously hinged singles, each organized into individual glassines, which were conservatively estimated in the inventory below. Mint inventory consisting of: J1 (13), J2 (3), J3 (5), J6 (2), J7 (1), J15 (19), J16 (5), J17 (4), J18 (3), J19 (1), J20 (2), J21 (2), J22 (91), J23 (27), J24 (8), J25 (24), J26 (1), J27 (2), J31 (3), J38 (5 plate number strips of 3), J39 (5), J40 (23), J41 (4), J42 (1), J45 (46), J46 (28), J48 (5), J52 (5), J53 (2), J61 (50+), J63 (30), J64 (15), J65 (7), J68 (100), J69 (77), J77 (167), J78 (2), J80 (100), J81 (100), J82 (100), J83 (100), J84 (100), J85 (36), J86 (28), J88 (500), J89 (1000), J90 (500), J91 (500), J92 (500), J93 (500), J94 (500), J95 (200), J96 (200), J97 (800), J98 (200), J99 (200), J100 (200), J101 (50), J102 (300), J103 (300) and J104 (100). Condition mixed among earlier issues, o.g., some never hinged / some hinged, earlier stamps are mostly previously hinged or never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine, from William Langs stock. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.4 lbs.
Scott $42,000 ++ Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $4,250.
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Lot 92
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U.S., Official Mail, Massive Dealer Stock, 1983-2007. Containing more than $13,500 worth of face value in mint official mail stamps, in singles, blocks and small coil strips, 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: O127 (3900), O128 (4000), O129 (4300), O130 (1950), O131 (2800), O132 (1580), O133 (1190), O135 (4100), O138 (3000), O139 (200), O140 (2000), O141 (900), O143 (2100), O144 (400), O145 (1000), O146 (1300), O146A (400), O147 (1000), O148 (700), O151 (50), O152 (400), O153 (50), O154 (500), O155 (200), O157 (200), O159 (600), O160 (446), O161 (74), O162 (230), and 23 coil rolls of 100., o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine, from William Langs stock.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $2,600.
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Lot 93
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U.S., Savings Stamps, Massive Dealer Stock, 1911-1961. Containing singles, booklet panes and plate blocks, many of which are never hinged, but counted in the catalog value as previously hinged, each organized into individual glassines, consisting of: PS1 (14), PS7 (125), PS8 (130), PS9 (6), PS11 (150), PS11b (3), PS12 (130), PS12b (6), PS13 (105), PS14 (119), PS15 (14), S1 (150), S1a (1), S2 (14), S3 (6), S4 (5), S7 (274), WS1 (4), WS7 (84), WS7b (6), WS8 (124), WS9 (43), WS10 (13), WS11 (1), WS12 (270) and WS13 (38)., o.g., some never hinged / some hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine, from William Langs stock.
Scott approximately $11,750 Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $2,000.
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