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Sale 756

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


Accumulations and Dealers Stocks




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Lot 603
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Worldwide, Enormous Abu Dhabi to Zululand "Ready to Roll" Dealer Stock, 1850's-1990's. Of 101 counter "red box" #102 cards, incredibly diverse mix, strongly Eurocentric with European Colonies, with some decent British, French, Netherlands and Portuguese colonies, from classics to modern, mint and used, most Scott values from a little less than $1 to well over $1,000, with some items priced a decade or two ago, so several items may have drifted a bit in Scott value and with several items much higher now, retail prices range from 25c to $100's and are moderately priced, generally around 1/2 Scott for sound down to 2-3% for faulty classics and everything in between, most items seems to be in the $1-$20 retail value range, approximately 90,000-100,000 cards. We see many of the faulty classics, which can really suck the life out of a stock, priced at 10% of Scott or less and a decent mix of modern sets. This dealer was incredibly knowledgeable and noted reprints or forgeries appropriately and had some occasional interesting varieties, specialty pieces and much much more, all boxes contain cards which are identified with Scott number and value with individually retail value. 92 of the boxes are sorted into country order (but not necessarily in Scott number order), 9 of the boxes are completely unsorted. Dominant countries include: Australia, Austria, Belgium and Colonies (2 boxes), Denmark, Egypt, Finland (2 boxes), France and Colonies (4 boxes), Greece (2 boxes), Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, India, Liechtenstein, Netherlands and Colonies (3 boxes), Norway with 1 (3), Poland, Portugal, Portugues Colonies, Romania (2 boxes), Sweden and Switzerland (2 boxes with some useful early Cantonals), fantastic opportunity, a great way to be an instant bourse dealer, some mixed quality on earlies, but this by-and-far one of the cleanest stocks we have presented, If you are looking for one lot in the sale, this could be "the one", o.g., some never hinged / some hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 550 lbs.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000.
Realized $16,000.
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Lot 604
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Worldwide, Extraordinary Old-Time Dealer's Eclectic Horde. A wonderful and highly diverse mint or used selection of approximately 2400 or so items, nearly all plucked from the scores of collections that passed through the hands of this formerly active dealer; everything is perfectly arranged on about 71 6" x 9" stockcards, and includes outstanding sections of both British and French Colonies (including the mother countries), Spanish Civil War issues, Latin America, lovely Greece, strong Austria, and many others; through this holding runs a theme around a select showing of cancellations, with many excellent examples, along with some varieties, special purpose stamps, etc., Fine to Very Fine or better, a lovely lot with great potential; see it all online. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.8 lbs.
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
Realized $4,500.
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Lot 605
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Worldwide, Massive Dealer Stock on Stock Cards, 1850's-1970's. Huge value, neatly organized and mostly identified on stock cards, which all make up little country collections, each carefully organized in alphabetical order in a large bankers file box, stong with many Western Europe countries along with the various other miscellaneous countries floating about, the strongest collection is Switzerland with an owner's catalog value of over $9,500 (most of that value in seated and standing Helvetias, along with perf varieties of other early 19th century issues), condition and centering are both mixed. This is a great lot for easy and efficient breakdown for bourse or internet resale, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 23 lbs.
Scott $49,000 Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Realized $2,400.
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Lot 606
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Worldwide, Tremendous Old-Time Dealer's Eclectic Pickings. Fascinating and diverse holding of approximately 5000 or more mint or used stamps, culled from countless collections over the years by an astute, active dealer; undoubtedly these items were plucked out for a reason, but remain unorganized, though all are perfectly presented on approximately 148 6" x 9" stockcards; coverage gravitates around perhaps a dozen or so countries and their colonies, including outstanding Greece, Spain & Colonies (including nice Spanish Civil War issues), Portugal & Colonies, Benelux, Persia, Poland, the Baltics, Yugoslavia & States, Egypt (with a particularly nice range of cancellations on the Pyramid issues), Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Liberia, and others; a lovely section of ornate Expo or event labels are present, as well as evidence of a definite eye toward cancellations, generally Fine to Very Fine or better, be sure to allot ample time to inspect the lot in its entirety on our website. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.6 lbs.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Realized $5,250.
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Lot 607
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Worldwide, Large Accumulation of Better, mostly from 1850's-1970's. Very large box filled with better culled sections that seem to have been set aside for further processing, with many better items sorted dealer tear sheets, glassines and on loose album or quadrille pages in manila folders, some special areas include a small box of 1960-73 Greece sets in glassines, two large stockbooks and sheet file folders of Vatican City sets and sheets, group of Liberia small group of earlier issues, souvenir sheets, proofs, etc., post WWII Europe occupation sets, small collection of early Greece with 100+ early imperf Hermes heads on quadrille and black stock pages, with several mint values, good source to fill in this often neglected area, small box filled with better Europe souvenir sheets, with Belgium B466a, B662a, Hungary 1461a, Netherlands B144a-5a, Portuguese Colonies 1951 Fatima sheet, Russia 1325, C75a, Turkey 1054a, Vatican City 155a, many hundreds of Worldwide forgeries on black approval cards, stock pages and loose in glassines and a large group of better items on dealer tear pages, with Austria, several early imperf coat of arms, newspapers, Belgium B555-7, C5, Brazil 30c Bullseye and group of earlier pictorials, Denmark early better 10o numeral, Finland early Serpentine coat of arms, Great Britain 96, 108, 139 (2), many better early Sea Horses, 224 block of four, Greece 17 early imperf Hermes heads, Greenland 10-18, 19-21, Iceland half a dozen early numerals, several stockpages of mint Christian IX and Frederik VIII issues, 144-48 mint, 152-66 mint with extra duplicates, 213-16, C3 (3), officials, India 203-6, Italy several earlier mint Italy, mint Garibaldi set, C42-47, interesting fundraising label stamp set, Libya B22, B38-47, Liechtenstein 356, C1-6, Luxembourg 329-31, Netherlands several early imperf William III, group of perforated third William III issues, many values of 1898 Wilhelmina issue, 64-66, several semi postal used sets, Curacao Wilhelmina set, Qatar 1966 set of UN Intl. Coop Year sheetlet and souvenir sheet with perf / imperf and red / black overprint varieties, Russia several early mint coat of arms and earlier CTO commemorative sets, Sweden better coat of arms issues, Switzerland, early Cantonal and imperf seated Helvetia issues, later standing and seated Helvetia issues with better perforations, Vatican City 55-60, C18-19, C20-21 and C22-23, usual mixed condition and centering, many great items to be found here for a person who can quickly sort this somewhat messy accumulation, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance. Shipping charges apply - weight 33 lbs.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $3,750.
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Lot 608
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Worldwide, Three-Binder Assortment with Better. Everything on fully annotated Stamp Store sales sheets; most material from Europe or Colonies; first binder is all never hinged, with highlights including Canada #C2, Ital #572-573, Luxembourg #B151 and Sarawak #194-211; other two binders are mint hinged or used, among the better are mint Bermuda #126a and 143-162, Bulgaria #C12-C14, Canada #149-159, Falklands #128-142, and Trieste #C1-C6, and used Italy #Q1-Q6; nice condition throughout, with all fresh and bright, Fine to Very Fine with much better, perfect for the eBayer—or the worldwide collector. Shipping charges apply - weight 8 lbs.
Scott $15,000+ Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $2,600.
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Lot 609
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Worldwide, Large Stock in Stockbooks, late 19th Century to 1989. Many stockbooks and sheet file folders filled with many nice mint sets, with the majority of the sets from the 1960's-80's with plenty of complete sets, souvenir sheets, etc., many thousands of stamps, sorted roughly by geographic area, with 3 stockbooks of Europe (mostly Western Europe) with Austria, Belgium, France, Greece, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Estonia, Russia, etc., 2 stockbooks of Germany and Area, with a small section of States and Plebisites, 1 stockbook of Northern Europe with Iceland, Norway, Danish West Indies, Denmark, Faroe Islands, Finland, Greenland, Sweden, 2 stockbooks of Liechtenstein, 1 cover album of Liechtenstein (mostly FDC's from 1950's-1980's), stockbook of various Eastern European countries, 3 stockbooks of Yugoslavia, 1 stockbook of Italy and 1 stockbook of Italian Area, with Colonies, San Marino and Vatican City, 1 album of Europa Issues from 1950's-1989, 2 stockbooks of Great Britain Machins, 1stockbook with early Victoria's to 1990's commemoratives, 1stockbook with Great Britain Regional issues, Channel Islands and Ireland, 1 stockbook of British Commonwealth Specimens, 2 stockbooks of British Commonwealth booklets (mostly UK and Canada), 3 stockbooks of British Commonwealth and 2 cover albums of covers (1 mostly UK and the other mostly various European countries), 1 stockbook of Latin America, 1 small stockbook of French Colonies, 1 stockbook of Japan, 1 stockbook of Asia with Malaya, Ryukyu, Philippines, Manchuku, Korea, China Republic, PRC and Taiwan, 1 stockbook of Africa, Middle East and South Asia, with Iran, Israel, Vietnam, etc., 2 stockbooks of miscellenous issues, 7 sheet file folders with various souvenir sheets and sheetlets and a small box of miscellenous loose stamps, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance. Shipping charges apply - weight 143.8 lbs.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $2,300.
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Lot 610
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Lot 611
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Worldwide, Wide Ranging Accumulation of Old Time Dealer/Specialist. Fun and diverse holding in approximately 30 albums or stockbooks offering a tremendous range of material from specialized South Australia, Chile, Israel, Brazil, Greece (in 4 Vlastos albums), Portugal, Sweden, Monaco, etc.; an extensive Austrian "Notgeld" collection, a single volume celebrating the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, Spanish Civil War material, early Russia and Finland covers, etc.; excellent mix, F-VF. Shipping charges apply - weight 120.2 lbs.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $1,800.
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Lot 612
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Worldwide, Massive Collection Balance, 1850's-2000's. Containing the duplicates and possibly some of the stamps waiting to fill in a massive collection (which we are also offering this sale if you look for a collection with a similar title), containing stamps, covers, in glassines, in stock pages, in small boxes, etc., the volume here is huge, so shipping should be a consideration when bidding, before repacking, this lot filled 11 large plastic storage totes and five large boxes, so after repacking, we guess this will fill a couple dozen large boxes, as with most collection balances of this scope, it is difficult to pull out specific areas to highlights, but we did note there were some modern in the main collection, so there might be some potential to find some U.S. or worldwide postage, as were were thumbing through, we did note some moderately higher ($20-$50 range) Scott value in classic singles as well as some Canadian postage, so there is some potential to find many more useful stamps scattered about, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $1,900.
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Lot 613
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Worldwide, Mainly Mint Mega Monstrosity. A whopping 44 stockbooks or binders, plus additional pages and glassines loose; everything but the kitchen sink's here, the majority of the items hailing from Europe but with neat little pockets of otherwise sprinkled in; strongest holding by far is Germany, from Germanias to Bund and DDR; also note solid Japan, France, Sweden, Iceland and Spain, along with a bit of Norway and Switzerland, some US postage, complete booklets from various countries, a nice little colony of Lundy Puffins, even some Afghan Tiger Heads (some unused, some used on piece), etc., etc.; some material stuck down, but it looks like most will come up cleanly and easily (if carefully); good duplication throughout, Fine to Very Fine with better throughout, a great way to restock or to fill those packets (or those empty spaces in your album). Shipping charges apply - weight 89.6 lbs.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $2,300.
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Lot 614
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Worldwide, Massive Global Accumulation, 1861-2000. The absolute ultimate in worldwide mixtures and more, housed in boxes with literally tens of thousands in glassines, envelopes, stockcards, cigar boxes, stock sheets, loose, etc.; included are the good, the bad & the ugly, as this holding spans decades of gatherings and accumulations; what we can say with certainty is that better items abound throughout, with some we noted (mint) being Ionian Islands #1-3, China #449-462, Newfoundland #233-243, Malay #34, Greenland #10-18, 39-40; a lot guarateed to keep you out of the bars till early summer at least, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 75.2 lbs.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $2,000.
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Lot 615
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Worldwide, Massive and Valuable Consignment Balance. Folders and glassines and loose, oh my! Genghis would be thrilled with this golden hoard, filled with lots of, well, everything; we note Canada small collection lots in folders, most priced (originally in two dealer's show boxes); good Austria collection of Back-of-the-Book with Telegraph, Newspaper and Military stamps, etc.; Russian Revenues and Cinderellas; massive holdings of mostly mint stamps in glassines, worldwide new issues, booklets, additional country holdings in file folders, and much, much more; as received and unpicked, with massive potential on eBay or on the bourse floor (returning soon, we hope), Fine to Very Fine with much better, a fantastic mix. Shipping charges apply - weight 78.2 lbs.
Estimate $2,000 - 2,500.
Realized $2,200.
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Lot 616
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Worldwide, Wonderful Group of Better Country Collections. Bulk on Scott quadrille pages; includes lovely Saudi Arabia and a super single-volume Romania collection which, in addition to a fine showing of stamps, includes nice Revenues, essays, Soviet Transylvania issue, POW stamps, unissued items, etc.; also includes good Denmark with unlisted material; an excellent Serbia collection with premium stamps and strong Revenues; superb Switzerland with emphasis on unlisted; lovely, mostly all mint Iraq; plus lovely British Offices Abroad, Fine to Very Fine with better throughout, a lot to fill the globalist with glee. Shipping charges apply - weight 10.6 lbs.
Estimate $2,000 - 2,500.
Realized $2,600.
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Lot 617
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Worldwide, Exceptional Wide-Ranging Vintage Specialist's Accumulation. A bulging bonanza of bounty, compiled old-style with a roving eye, filling 12 binders/albums/stockbooks, nine glassines or folders of additional country pages loose, plus three sheet files; two-volume Poland 1968-2005 virtually complete mint collection, plus an additional volume of extensive "Groszy" overprints with covers plus an interesting and sizable group of imperforate green proofs; a substantial single-volume DDR collection; lovely, virtually complete 1969-85 France collection; a nice Persia collection; volume of worldwide souvenir sheets with good Hungary and Romania; sheet files with various labels; a beautiful, largely complete Ireland collection to 1994 (all mint) in a Scott album; lovely Liberia with strong classics; old-time Mexico assemblage including extensive Revenues and postal stationery in addition to the straightforward collection; nice to outstanding quality throughout, Fine to Very Fine or better, a grand holding, perfect for resale. Shipping charges apply - weight 54.2 lbs.
Estimate $2,000 - 2,500.
Realized $1,900.
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Lot 618
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Worldwide, Fabulous, Diverse Accumulation in 19 Stockbooks. Souvenir sheets, premium Hugary, Belgium, Turkey, Korea, Iraq; French Colony long sets, Scandinavia; better British Empire sets; Navra 17-30; Cyprus 183-97 (2); Great Britain 292-308; Seychelles 125a-45a, Turkey B54-68; Portugal; Poland, nice mint US Ducks RW1, 3, 4, 6-13, RW17-20; Thailand; fantastic lot with tons of premium material, obnly a handful of highlights noted, inspection invited, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 63.4 lbs.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $3,750.
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Lot 619
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Worldwide, Dealers Stock by Country. Four red boxes of #102 cards, all identified and priced with nothing under $1 counted; over 60 countries represented, predominantly solid Great Britain and Commonwealth (including Australia, Niger, Oman, New Zealand, etc.), plus other popular collecting areas such as Brazil, China, France, Germany, Scandinavia, etc.; a bonus offering of Belgium, both stock stamps and Safe Hingeless pages 1849-1939, a Safe Hingeless album 1953-65, and Lindner Hingeless pages 1963-82; good condition and massive retail potential, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 30.6 lbs.
Scott $14,800+ Estimate $1,800 - 2,200.
Realized $2,600.
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Lot 620
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Worldwide, Delectable Delight of Diversity. Thousands of singles, sets and multiples from every corner of the globe (how can a sphere have corners?), in or on glassines, stockpages, dealers cards, binders, etc.; includes a lovely assortment of Monte Carlo Rally blocks (always popular), Katanga-overprinted issues and propaganda stamps, early Europas, used Sudan "S.G." overprints, FSAT imperforates, used classics, nice Bhutan including lenticulars and gold foils, etc., etc.; a massive holding sure to please; excellent stock, or an outstanding way to pass the winter evenings, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 15.8 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $2,100.
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Lot 621
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Worldwide, Packet Makers Dream, mostly late 19th Century to 1980's. Approximately 70 albums and 25+ large boxes of glassines and 45 small shoe boxes or cigar boxes full of stamps and covers that were accumulated over many years as the duplicates of a lovely worldwide collection, inside you will find five Minkus globals, but it doesn't seem to form a full set, as well as little country collections, massive amount of sorted glassines, carefully identified with the contents of the envelope, large zip lock bags packed with stamps and sorted by geographic area, and so much more, contents fill approximately 20 boxes of stamps and are quite heavy, so you should factor in the weight before bidding, condition and centering are mixed, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $3,750.
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Lot 622
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Worldwide, Massive Global Selection. A truly "all-world" offering of many thousands of sets, singles, souvenir sheets, etc., largely mint, mostly all 20th century on dealer cards, in glassines, etc.; includes a good showing of off-beat material (where else will you find Quedlinburg State Savings Bank stamps?), some varieties, etc.; Iraq to Laos, Tuva to Trengganu, a tuppence Blue to Belgian Dues; ideal for breakdown or a fertile field for the worldwide enthusiast, mostly Fine to Very Fine or better. Shipping charges apply - weight 13.8 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $2,600.
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Lot 623
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Worldwide, Philatelic Gallimaufry, 1857-2000. Thousands of stamps messily presented in every way possible: albums, binders, stockbooks, pages and glassines, generally commons, but you'll run into Cilicia #J13-J16, Germany #B105, B106, New Brunswick #6-11, Paraguay #C74-C78, a 1937 volume of poster stamps, then we note Portugal souvenir sheets #586a, 602a, 614a, 637a, 649a, 657a, 661a, 667a, 670a, 674a, 682a, 701a, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 175.6 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $2,100.
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Lot 624
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Worldwide, Dealers Priced Stock, Mostly Mint. In over 15 binders, neatly presented, mostly mint with many hundreds of sets, singles and souvenir sheets; strong Greece, Great Britain, Germany and more; very clean and presentable, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 27.2 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $2,700.
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Lot 625
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Worldwide, Clean and Diverse Dealer's Accumulation. Various binders of better worldwide sets and souvenir sheets, British and French Colonies, Germany and surrounding area; good Portugal S/S; New Guinea 1-12; stockbook of US and Canada; binder of various labels; France #329 PEXIP sheet; Hungary B198A-D sheets of 25; stockbook with Uruguay C14-26, C63-82; Falklands 84-96 (used), 107-18 (MNH), 128-42 (MNH), IL19-33; Fiume section is lovely; excellent mix of saleable material. Shipping charges apply - weight 31.6 lbs.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,600.
Realized $2,400.
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Lot 626
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Worldwide, Massive New Issue and Topical Accumulation, mostly 1980's-2000's. Many thousands (perhaps tens of thousands of stamps) in sets, souvenir sheets, booklets, aerograms, essays, proofs, many topicals, varieties, stocks, etcetera filling many large boxes of stamps, countries are spread all around the world and many topical subjects, such as famous people, flora and fauna, olympics and more, this collection has been a goldmine for the unusual and it is reasonable to expect this group to be the same, if you are tired to stocking the ordinary and are looking for something different to capture some eyes, this lot is for you, from Leo Malz collection, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 166.6 lbs.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $3,250.
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Lot 627
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Worldwide, Rambling Selection. A box of goodies, nearly all on black cards, counter pages or individually glassined, with a bit of everything to please the internationalist; wonderfully strong in WWII German Occupations, post-war German Locals, DDR including Courier Post items; Italian North Africa; Morocco imperforates and die proofs; TAAF and French Polynesia space-related issues; a cancelled IPOSTA sheet; mint Latvian Airs, vending booklets including Netherlands and France; a smattering of early PRC and Liberated Areas, US items from used classics to mint postage, Hong Kong, Japan, and much more; no rarities, but all solid additions for your collection or stock, Fine to Very Fine with much better. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.8 lbs.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,400.
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Lot 628
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Worldwide, Stamp Treasure Hunt Lot, late 19th to 1990's. Approximately 12-15 large boxes filled with stamps in albums, on loose album and stock pages, groups of glassines, shoeboxes, small sorting boxes, etc., filled with stamps. The important thing to note about this lot is that the collector had about a five year decline where he mixed up much of his collection, so here you will find some great items intermingled with common items to such a degree that it is impractical for us to sort the premium from the chaff. That makes this an amazing treasure hunt lot because there are many great items floating about, some areas of note include some U.S. face value postage including a few modern errors, some 1980's and 1990's worldwide newer issues, occasional covers, lots of U.N., when we are going though the hundreds of boxes of this collection, any groups that didn't make sense as a lot got thrown into this lot, creating some good potential for finds here, expect a couple sorting days if you are the lucky high bidder, generally Fine to Very Fine, from Leo Malz collection. Shipping charges apply - weight 395 lbs.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $2,400.
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Lot 629
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Worldwide, Five-Box Surprise, Packets and Better. That's how we received it, a jumble of a mélange; long rows of identified US in glassines, more boxes of glassines of worldwide by country (unsorted), a massive holding of UN First Day Covers on pages, Spain Art-related issues, plus even more glassines filled with…more; all appears to be fairly common material, but in quantity and variety, Fine to Very Fine, packet-maker's dream. Shipping charges apply - weight 94.6 lbs.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $550.
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Lot 630
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Worldwide, Marvelous Maelstrom of Miscellanies. Gigantic jumble of material in albums, stockbooks, envelopes, glassines, stockpages, etc.; thousands of items in total, with strong Revenue and Cinderella holdings, a decent mostly post-war mint Canada collection, sheets of Essen Local Post stamps, stamps and souvenir sheets for various organizations, some powerful French WWI anti-German labels plus a booklet of "Made in France" labels for goods, etc., etc., etc.; Revenues include Indian States, Spain and Cuba, France, Mexico, Venezuela, Hungary, Canada and many more, with larger material not often seen such as Reunion cigarette box wrapper; note also cut squares, British Forces in Egypt used multiples (including several complete booklet panes of 20), some US face, plus randomly packed front-of-book material; as received, this fills three document boxes, so there's plenty to keep you busy until warmer weather arrives, Fine to Very Fine with better throughout, a fascinating lot worth the time to sift through. Shipping charges apply - weight 51.6 lbs.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $600.
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