Sale 664

Lot 791


Worldwide, Mint, Never Hinged & Used Accumulation. A mysterious man appeared in our office with a box full of heterogeneous material, and he confessed to us that it belonged to his deceased uncle. He decided to consign the box, and we offered to run it as a unit in our next large lot sale. Better noted include Switzerland "Pro-Juventute" booklets (Zumstein W1/2, W1/3, W1/4, W1/5 & W1/6), plus several issued in the 1957-67 period; United States modern stamps in blocks of four, accompanied with electroplates in larger format, and probably used to print promotional material, plus many first day covers; British Commonwealth several modern sets with "specimen" overprints and some modern booklets. We also noted Hong Kong souvenir sheets, stamps and first day covers issued in the 1990s; plus three-ring binder with worldwide modern souvenir sheets. Have a pleasant day viewing, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.

Realized $450

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