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Sale 905 — United States Stamps

Sale Date — Monday, 12 December, 2005

Category — Revenue Stamp Group Lots

Cat./Est. Value
First Issue Revenue Collection. Couple hundred on pages, imperforate fairly complete, part perf part-perf spaces filled but much questionable as always, perforated apparently complete less four stamps, also a number of pages with 1c-$10.00 duplicates, mixed quality still fairly attractive with a fair amount of Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
First Issue Revenues Small Accumulation. Couple dozen items on retail sheets, includes Nos. R19a pair, 21c two singles, 74c, 76a, 79a, 91a two singles, 92a, 96a, 100a and 101a, the others are imperfs and part perfs that for the most part are questionable and are not included in our evaluation, also no. R151a Invert with herringbone cut cancel, mixed condition, useful lot

E. 1,000-1,500
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Dated Documentary Stamps. 1940-58 collection on pages (Nos. R288/R732) which is apparently complete less only nineteen stamps, uncut, cut and perfin with some unused with or without gum, condition is fairly typical for this type of material, much Fine-Very Fine, excellent foundation for challenging completion

E. 2,000-3,000
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1c-$50.00 Second and Third Issue Revenues (R103-R131, R134-R150). Complete sets, some of the better values with herringbone or circular cut cancels, some minor faults or off-center, most Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
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Dated Stock Transfers Collection. 1940-52 on pages (Nos. RD67/RD369), apparently complete less only 48 stamps, uncut, cut and perfin cancels and scattering of unused original gum, typical quality for these, generally Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
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Wine Stamps. Nearly complete collection on pages, lacks perhaps only 20 stamps, largely unused (no gum), includes 1934 $100.00 (creased between stamp and coupon, 1942-47 with values to $3,000.00 and other better items, generally Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
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Revenue Collection. Couple hundred on pages, no First Issue, starts with 1874 Documentary with 1898 $5.00 overprints, 1899 $1,000.00, 1900 $50.00 surcharge, 50c 1871-73 Proprietary, 1881 10c Perforated with original gum, earlier Stock transfer, Playing Cards nearly complete, better Silver Tax, Consular Service with the two better values, complete Motor Vehicles, Boating, Firearms and more, condition somewhat mixed, still much Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
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Revenue Accumulation. Perhaps a couple hundred stamps on pages and on old auction lot sheets, nearly all First Issue, includes collection balances, pairs, blocks, better noted includes No. R17c on back of photograph and No. R93a (nice margins, tiny tear), also includes some later issues, generally Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
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Revenue Collection. Spotty collection on pages nearly all of value in First Issue with better as Nos. R21c (perfs trimmed or blunted), R64a, R97e Ultramarine, R100c and R102c, usual mixed condition, useful lot

E. 400-500
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