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Lot 538
Haiti, Substantial, Mainly Mint or Unused Stock, 1881-1940. In six large stockbooks, extensive duplication and replete with blocks of four and larger, highlighted by a staggering amount of varieties, particularly so in the handstamped overprints throughout, including 1881 Liberty Head imperforate 1c (15), 2c (8), 3c (8), 5c (8) and 20c (4) unused, and 7c (10) and 20c (8) used; 1886-87 Liberty Head perf 13½ 5c marginal block of four unused (age spotting); 1887 Salomon 5c (4) unused, o.g.; 1891-98 Coat-of-Arms issues with a fantastic permutation of perforated and imperforate varieties in multiples' 1902 Installation of Provisional Government 1c to 1g unused (6 complete sets) as well as blocks and varieties; 1904 Centenary of Independence with imperforates and missing and inverted centers; 1904 handstamped surcharge in brown 2c on 50c unused (3) and used (3); 1906 Provisional External Service overprints in red 1c to 1g, blocks of four with many additional values mint and at least five complete sets of singles unused; 1914 handstamped surcharges (#177-201) basically complete in blocks of four with various sets of singles as well; 1917-20 handstamped surcharges with an incredible quantity of singles plus blocks of four as well; 1933-40 Definitive issue well represented mint; Airmail 1933 Boyd-Lyon flight surcharge 60c on 20c pair unused and three singles mint; Airmail Semi-Postal 1939 60c + 40c and 1.25g + 60c corner pairs never hinged and two sets of singles mint; Postage Dues 1914 overprints replete with blocks and varieties including 50c olive gray (24, with two blocks of four, one of which has combination of double overprint with one inverted and one sideways), Fine to Very Fine, practically impossible to replicate in terms of the specialized nature of varieties for nearly every relevant issue. Shipping charges apply - weight 24.2 lbs.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $2,100.
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