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


Iraq




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Lot 489
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Iraq, Specialized Accumulation, 1940's-1990's. With many difficult to find overprints and scarce items, seldom listed in most catalogs and even less seldom encountered on the philatelic market, with 1948-55 Iraqi Scenes picture postcards, 1952, Children's Welfare Association, unadopted design, produced by Bradbury Wilkinson but never issued, each with punched hole to void stamp, with 1f (8 perforated), 4f (17 perforated), 10f (17 perforated and four imperforate), and 20f (20 perforated), 19582-71 8 Anti Tuberculosis Association in Iraq stamps, 1958 10f Mothers Day photo proof, 1958-59 Iraqi Republic 78 officials in multiples, 1967 Obligatory Tax for defence fund (SG T764) block of four, 1967 flood relief 70+ stamps with various overprints including several very difficult issues, not widely available with this overprint, 1971-72 46 overprint officials, 1975 Lawyers Society Stamps four values in blocks of four, 1976 five travel funds revenue stamps, 1980 mint four value Lion of Babylon revenue block of four set, 1980 World Health day 35f anti smoking campaign green color error, good selection of 1992-1997 Embargo overprint issues, including what appears to be complete RA23 Dome of the Rock provisional revaluation overprints, approximately 85 FDC's from 1950's-1980's, typical mixed condition, from Leo Malz collection, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4 lbs.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $2,300.
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