Sale 1037 — United States and Foreign Stamps and Covers

Sale Date — Monday-Friday, 10-14 December, 2012

Category — U.S. Stamps Collections and Accumulations

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
2563
 
United States Unused Collection, 1845-1976. Extensive and valuable collection of mostly unused stamps mounted in three hingeless Lighthouse albums, begins with 5c 1847 (appears unused but trace of cancel in corner), early unused mix of original gum and no gum, 1851-57 Issues incl. Nos. 9 (no gum), 11A, 22, 26, 26A, 37-38 (no gum), 1861-68 Issues incl. Nos. 62B (used), 63, two of No. 67 (appear unused at a glance and with gum, but both are used and regummed, one with defective corner), 68-69 (no gum), 78 (no gum), 90 (disturbed original gum), Bank Note Issues incl. Nos. 138 (no gum), 147 (pair), 155 (no gum), 161, 162, 163 (regummed), 165 (no gum), 188-191 (no gum or regummed), 217-218, Small Bank Notes complete less 15c, Columbians complete with very attractive dollar values ($5.00 regummed), mix of 1894-98 Bureau Issues less the high values, Trans-Mississippi complete ($1.00 reperfed), Pan-Americans complete, after 1900 some Mint N.H. stamps begin to appear, 1902-03 Issue complete less 50c and $2.00 ($1.00 and $5.00 no gum and regummed), Louisiana Purchase complete, 1909 incl. Lincoln on Bluish, decent showing of Washington-Franklins incl. 1c-2c Bluish, Panama Pacific complete incl. several Mint N.H., 1922 Issue onward complete incl. White Plains sheet, early Air Post complete less C13-C15, E2 (no gum), E3, E6-E9, the earlier issues in very mixed condition with faults to be expected, some misidentified by owner and not counted, overall a desirable collection with many better stamps, the dollar-value 1893-98 commemoratives in particular are nicer than often encountered in collection lots, Scott Retail more than $55,000.00 not counting any Mint N.H. and adjusting for no gum

E. 15,000-20,000
15,000
2564
 
Balance of Valuable United States Collection. About 500 items on Scott National pages and in album, incl. ms. cancelled Nos. 1-2, several 1851-56 with original gum, used Nos. 12 and 14 and possibly unused 17, unused 18, 20, 22, possibly original gum 25, unused 29, 30A, used 34 and unused 36 and 38, 1861-66 with used 90c and several others that appear to be unused, some unused 1867 E. and F. Grills, 1869 with used 118, scattering of Large and Small Bank Notes, few Columbians incl. used $2.00, complete 1894-98 Bureau Issues with unwatermarked $1.00 Ty. II and watermarked $2.00, Trans-Mississippi complete less $1.00, Pan-Americans less 10c, 1902 to 15c, some Washington-Franklins, 397-400A, White Plains souvenir sheet, Air Post complete less the 1930 Graf Zeppelins and some misc. used Special Delivery and Postage Dues, very mixed condition (centering or flaws), still quite large part Fine-Very Fine, also incl. somewhat duplicated collection on homemade pages, lots of 19th but generally in rough condition, still value to be found, 17 certificates accompany

E. 10,000-15,000
10,500
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2565
 
United States Regular Issues and Commemoratives Collection, 1847-1976. Hundreds of mostly unused stamps in Scott National hingeless album, many better items as Nos. 1, 2 3, 12, 20, 22, 23, 27, 29, 30A, 31-39, 67, 72, 75, 79 and other 1867 Grills, 1869 Pictorials complete, 1870-90 Large and Small Bank Notes nearly complete with couple better Grills, complete Columbians, apparently complete 1894-98 Bureau Issues less $5.00 1894, Trans-Mississippi complete, Pan-Americans, 1902 complete, lots of Washington-Franklins, 1922-25, White Plains souvenir sheets, 634A, Kans.-Nebr. ovpts, and more, condition is very mixed and there are some identification errors or questionable items, still a powerful collection with much easily identifiable value, Good-Very Fine, inspection recommended

E. 10,000-15,000
10,000
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2566
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United States Collection, 1847-1982. Hundreds of mostly unused stamps in four albums and a stock book, the most valuable book by far in the lot contains the following: 5c Deep Brown Orange No. 1d with unbelievable deep color but corner repair (valuable for reference); the other 19th Century regular issues are a bit spotty and in mixed condition with a few misidentifications although there is a nice used No. 12 with red grid cancel, the Columbians are complete with original gum to the $3.00, $4.00 disturbed and $5.00 regummed, nice colors, h.r. and couple small faults although better than other sets seen offered in collections, some better high value Bureaus with original gum, Trans-Mississippi complete to $1.00 (10c used), a sampling of other better high values with original gum incl. Nos. 312-313, 480, 523-524, 547, 1922-25 complete, also White Plains souvenir sheet and Kans.-Nebr. ovpts and more, the Air Post is complete less the 1930 Graf Zeppelins, the other volumes incl. better blocks and plate blocks of the 1920's and 30's, some B-O-B and duplicates, while the early part is mixed condition there is still an awful lot of nice useful material to be found in this collection with much Fine-Very Fine

E. 7,500-10,000
10,500
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2567
 
Balance of Substantial United States Collection, 1845-1961. Probably well over 600 stamps, nearly all on Scott National pages, virtually all used to 1887, virtually all unused thereafter, many better items incl. Nos. 10X1 (unused, no gum), used 7, 9, 12, 14-15, 20, 28, 29, 30A, 32-33, 37-39 (last unused, no gum), 62B, 67, 70b, 71-72, 85B, E. and F. Grills less four values, 1869 Pictorial less 3c, couple 1c 1869 Re-Issues, Bank Note Grills with several better, later Large Bank Notes complete less two, 1890 complete unused except 8c used, few Columbians incl. 15c and 30c, 1894-98 Bureaus complete less one 2c mostly unused, Trans-Mississippi complete less 50c and $1.00, better early Commemoratives, 1901complete less $1.00 (50c, $2.00 and $5.00 used), strong Washington-Franklin Issues (some used) incl. coils, 1922-25 complete to $5.00, White Plains souvenir sheet, Kans.-Nebr. Ovpts and other useful items, Back-of-Book with complete Air Post less 1930 Graf Zeppelins and a few Special Delivery and Parcel Post, condition varies, but still a substantial part of useful Fine-Very Fine material present, worth devoting extra time for examination

E. 10,000-15,000
12,500
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2568
 
United States Collection, 1851-1979. Two-volume collection in Scott National albums, both regular issues and back-of-book, used incl. 1c 1851 Ty. II (four), Ty. IV (six), 10c-30c 1861, 10c and 15c F Grills, mostly unused from 1879 forward, a number of Washington Franklin coils but generally sparse coverage from Bank Notes until 1917 Washington Franklins at which point there is a high degree of completeness through 1979 (less the scarce and rare stamps), White Plains sheet (Mint N.H. and choice centering), Kansas-Nebraska, etc., greatest strength is in back-of-book which is all unused, Air Post less Zeppelins, Special Delivery incl. E3, E5-E7, complete from 1917 Perf 11 forward, J3, J16-J17, J22-J25, J38-J41, Offices in China K1-K16, Parcel Post complete through 20c, Officials incl. 3c Agriculture, 1c-2c, 6c-10c, 24c-30c Interior, 6c Justice, 6c and 30c Navy, 1c-2c, 6c and 10c State, 7c, 15c-24c and 90c War, 12c Interior Soft Paper, Newspapers incl. PR2-PR3, PR5-PR7, nice group of cut squares incl. U29, extensive Canal Zone incl. Nos. 4-8, Cuba incl. E1, Guam, Philippines largely complete less the dollar values (No. 237 present), Puerto Rico, Hawaii, the stamps are all housed in enclosed mounts which makes gum examination difficult, but our checks indicate original gum with some Mint N.H. (our estimate is based on all hinged), overall condition is quite nice as this was a very valuable collection that yielded many individual lots in this sale

E. 7,500-10,000
6,250
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2569°
 
United States Collection, 1847-1949. Box with five binders or albums, nearly all the value in one binder with used and unused stamps, used with good showing of 1847-70 Issues incl. Nos. 1-2, 12, 17, 30A, 37, 71-72, 113-122 (less 118), design different large and small Bank Note Issues complete, Bureaus less a few of the highest values, Washington Franklin Issues largely complete less the rarities and without regard to watermarks, unused incl. Nos. 38 (regummed), 76 and 78 (both regummed), Columbians incl. 50c-$1.00 and $4.00-$5.00 (dollar values no gum), Trans-Mississippi incl. 50c (no gum), $1.00 (disturbed original gum), Pan-American, Louisiana Purchase, Panama Pacific through No. 400, later issues incl. 1922 complete, White Plains sheet, Air Post C1-C6, C18, Parcel Post through 75c, faults to be expected on the earlier issues, overall Fine appearance

E. 6,000-8,000
7,500
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2570
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United States Collection, 1847-1947. Hundreds of stamps in an old 1947 edition of a Scott National album, starts with a No. 1 with removed ms. cancel and very sparse through 1888, very strong thereafter with 1890 complete (90c bottom plate no. pair), Columbian complete except $3.00 altered proof, there are also some blocks of four to the 10c and a 5c Imprint and Plate No. block of six, few later Bureaus with 1898 complete, Trans-Mississippi complete, 1902 to 15c, better early commemorative singles (327, 330, 369, 400, 403-404, etc) and blocks, 1908-09 to 50c, Nos. 524 and 547, 1922-25 complete, White Plains Souvenir Sheet, Kans.-Nebr. ovpts, 1938 Presidential plate blocks complete, Famous American plate blocks, Air Post with C1-C6 and C18 singles, plate blocks with C7-C9, C20-C24 and C31, Special Delivery complete singles plus plate blocks of six of E12-E13, few Parcel Post and other B-O-B, mixed condition to be expected, especially on the early part, still a large part Fine-Very Fine, considerable catalog value

E. 5,000-7,500
5,000
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2571
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United States Collection, 1847-1950's. Several hundred stamps in Scott National album, incl. Nos. 1, two 2, 12, unused 37-39, 77 with original gum (off center), 166 original gum (crease), also some B-O-B, huge part of value is 19th Century which is in very mixed condition, Good-Very Fine

E. 3,000-4,000
3,250
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2572
 
United States Collection, 1847-1990's. Two volume collection in Scott albums, used incl. Nos. 1, 7, 9 (pair), 14-15, 17, 30A, 68-69, 65 with double perfs on both sides, 71, 75-77, Bank Notes, unused incl. original gum block of No. 24, 88, Columbians 1c-50c, largely unused after that incl. 1898 Bureaus complete, Trans-Mississippi to 10c, Pan Americans, Louisiana Purchase, Panama Pacific (less No. 404), nice showing of Washington Franklins, White Plains sheet, 1995 Legends of the West Bill Pickett error sheet, good back-of-book incl. Revenues, also a number of covers, also incl. few binders of inexpensive material, flaws to be found on the early issues, condition improving forward, overall Fine, nice collection, from the Belasco estate

E. 3,000-4,000
4,500
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2573
 
United States Collection, 1847-1937. Three-ring binder with stock sheets of unused and used stamps, incl. used Nos. 1, 2, 15, 67, 70, 112-117, 119, unused mostly starts with 20th Century and incl. No. 369, also some Air Post such as Nos. C1-C6 and C10a, earlier issues mostly defective, quality gets better with later issues, some Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
1,600
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2574
 
United States Collection, 1847-1980's. Few hundred stamps in Scott National album, incl. Nos. 1 and 2 and some other better items but condition is pretty rough for the most part, Good-Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
2,200
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2575
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United States Collection, 1893-1960. Couple hundred stamps in Elbe "Daisy" springback album, incl. Columbians to 30c, Trans-Mississippi to 50c, 1902 with values to 13c, better early Commemoratives with 294-299, 323-330, 367-373, 397-404 less 400A, 1917 to $1.00 less 2c Ty. Ia and 5c Error, 1922-25 complete, 581-591, Kans.-Nebr. Ovpts, White Plains souvenir sheet and more, Air Post complete less 1930 Graf Zeppelins, Fine-Very Fine, nice fresh lot

E. 2,000-3,000
2,100
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2576
 
Balance of United States and Canadian Collection. Large collection balance neatly mounted on pages in White Ace albums, housed in seven boxes, some from 1920's-30's incl. Air Post (C10a booklet pane), Farley pairs, but largely modern material from both the U.S. and Canada, incl. high denomination issues so the face value will add up, booklet panes, also a few binders of disorganized Canadian

E. 1,000-1,500
1,300
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2577
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United States Unused Collection Balance. Nearly 200 different items on a stock sheet and Lighthouse hingeless pages, virtually all twentieth Century, nineteenth incl. used No. 12 (one of only two used stamps), original gum 26, no gum 73, original gum 214, original gum 228, eight different Columbians with values to $1.00, 1c-5c Pan-Americans, later with White Plains and later souvenir sheets, 1922-25 to $5.00, Kans.-Nebr. Ovpts, 1938 Prexys to $5.00, $5.00 1954, Air Post with C3-C5 and C18 and a Mint N.H. Q8, and four 2005-2008 P.S.E. graded singles incl. Nos. 279Bf, 308, 411 pair and 506, all Mint N.H. and graded 90 or 95,

E. 2,000-3,000
2,400
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2578
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United States Collection, 1893-1960's. Several hundred items in a Scott album, virtually all used singles and blocks of four, begins with used Columbians complete less 50c and $3.00, used Trans-Mississippi complete less 50c, from thereon unused incl. Nos. 369, quite a number of better blocks of four, White Plains souvenir sheet, used mixed quality, unused virtually all Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
2,100
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2579
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United States and United Nations Collection and Accumulation. Many hundreds of items, nearly all unused, best part of the U.S. is a five volume Plate Block Collection with Nos. 550, 612, 614-621, Washington Bicentennial, 1938 Presidentials, Famous Americans, two 1053 and more, also three No. 630 White Plains Souvenir Sheets, there is a huge bulging First Day Cover binder (late 1930's to late 1950's) with some better incl. No. 834, also a scattering of face value and duplicates, the United Nations incl. complete collection 1951-65 with No. 38 Souvenir Sheet and the "UNTEA" ovpt set, some sheets, early FDC's, etc., this material not stored properly and there is some resultant moisture damage (stuck down/together), also many of the singles and blocks are in Crystal Mounts and have minor tape stains, still a fair amount of salvageable material to be found

E. 1,500-2,000
1,200
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2580
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Balance of 20th Century United States Collection, 1901-39. Fairly complete for the period on White Ace pages and nearly all unused, incl. 294-297, 315, 310-313 (used), Louisiana Purchase, Jamestown, Washington-Franklin coils (350, 351, 445 with certificates), 1909 Commemoratives (imperforates in pairs), 459 Mint N.H., genuine 461, 480, 1917-19 less 2c Ty. Ia and 5c error, some Coil Waste, 547, 1922-25 complete to $5.00, 595, White Plains souvenir sheet, Kans.-Nebr. ovpts. and Air Post complete less 1930 Graf Zeppelins, nearly all Fine-Very Fine

E. 3,000-4,000
4,750
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2581
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United States Blocks of Four (328/834). More than 70 stock cards with Mint N.H. multiples, mostly blocks of four, many cards with sets, issues range from No. 328 to No. 834 plus Air Post, Special Delivery and Canal Zone, the vast majority range from Scott 537-834, Regular Issues from 1922 set and forward as well as Commemoratives (328-330, the 5c only a pair), some 1909 Commemoratives, 548-550 and many others, centering covers the spectrum with the majority Fine, Scott Retail more than $9,000.00

E. 1,000-1,500
1,100
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2582
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United States Blocks of Four Collection, 1893-1949. Three-ring binder with stock pages of unused blocks of four, incl. Nos. 230-234, 237, 285-287, 323-325, 329-330, 397-398, some nice Commemoratives incl. Famous Americans, some Air Post, some Mint N.H., few earlier with slight gum issues, mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
1,500
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2583
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United States Plate Block Collection. Three binders and few other plate blocks, starting in 1926 with Sesquicentennial, comprehensive incl. Presidentials complete to $5.00, Famous Americans, other better incl. No. 1053, stops around 1962, Air Post complete from No. C7 to C137 except the four Zeppelins, fresh and Very Fine, a fantastic collection for someone looking to get into plate blocks

E. 750-1,000
750
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2584
nhbl
Complete U.S. Sheets and Commemorative Panels, 1965-2011. Massive collection of 40 albums in four cartons, beautifully displayed with each sheet and panel in individual acetate sheets facing each other, high degree of completeness if not complete and includes all the high dollar value issues, the stamps have an approximate face value of $20,000.00 and the panels have a face value of $1,000.00 with catalog values ranging from five times face to much higher multiples, Extremely Fine, an exceptionally attractive presentation, complete inventory accompanies

E. 15,000-20,000
11,000
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2585
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United States Mint Sheets, 1924-1939 (615/893). More than 100 sheets plus some blocks and part sheets, ranging from Nos. 615 thru 893 with duplication on some, some better sheets incl. 2c Huguenot-Walloon, No. 634, Vermont Issue, ten or so different numbers from Scott 690-734, complete set of Famous Americans, apparently complete National Parks but largely in plate no. blocks of 36 or so, also a book of Christmas Seal sheets, others, condition is nice throughout with the sheets separated by cellophane in pockets or folders, some perf separations obviously will be found along with the occasional edge flaw, Very Fine group, conservative Scott Retail more than $4,500.00

E. 750-1,000
950
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2586
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Modern U.S. Sheets and Coil Strips. Three sheet files, special P.O. booklet and a stock book, sheets are virtually all from the 22c to 44c period, incl. $3.00, $3.50, $5.00 and $10.75 sheets of 20 and a $15.00 2006 Duck Stamp sheet, the Coils are virtually all in strips of ten or larger up to 25, starts with Transportation Series (a few earlier) up to the 44c values, also small group of cacheted addressed FDC's, Very Fine lot

1,725
1,200
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2587
c
United States Postal Card Collection and Accumulation. Massive holding of around 2,000 to 3,000 cards in binders and shoe boxes housed in seven Banker's Boxes, complete run from the first card to recent less the rare ones and some others, mint, unused (pre-printed) and used, incl. unused UX1 (appears to have erased address), used UX4, used UX27C-UX27D, mint UX34 (creases) and UX35, good selection of the UX32 and UX33 Canceling Machine Cities, UXC1a Color Error FDC, varieties as paste-ups, miscuts, UX38 albino, UX1 Trial Colors, USPCC UX4EI, UX5 ms. "Essay" on thin colored card, interesting Foreign usages, First Day cancels, some Paid Replies incl. eight different UY1E, couple dozen used Leather cards (virtually all missing stamps) and some Foreign Cards and Prisoner of War items (virtually all unused), four cards in quantities of over to 200 to nearly 400 each, otherwise the duplication is not overwhelming for the most part, overall the condition is nice and virtually all Fine-Very Fine

E. 5,000-7,500
3,250
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2588
c
U.S. Exposition Postal Cards. Over 60 different Columbian Expo with USPCC Nos. EX1-24, 25-32, 34, 39, 45-49 and 51-61 plus one wrapper, Trans-Mississippi Nos. 94 and 95, unused, also Expo Post Cards with ten Pan-American, over 20 Louisiana Purchase (many "hold-to-light" types), also some Jamestown, Pacific 1909 and Panama-Pacific, nearly all Fine-Very Fine, nice lot for the specialist

E. 500-750
750
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2589
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United States Retail Stock. Several hundred 19th and 20th Century items in four retail counter books, wide range of issues, very minor duplication, better items throughout, for example used No. 22, 29, 31, 72, better 1867 Grills, 118, 137, Large Bank Notes, two unused 30c Columbians, used and unused $1.00 and unused $2.00, 310, used 313, unused 341-342, other Washington-Franklins with quite a number of coils both genuine and suspect, two each 400A and 404, used 523, 547, two 573, 701 plate block, Bicentennial plate blocks, $5.00 Prexy plate block, C10a booklet, 15 C1's, C2 arrow block, two C3, C4 plate block of six, C6 block of four, E12 plate block of six, better Postage Dues, K11 block of four, few Officials, Newspapers, Parcel Post, Postal Stationery, Revenues and a few CSA and Possessions, condition runs the gamut from small faults Very Good to Extremely Fine, we recommend allowing extra time for viewing this valuable lot

E. 7,500-10,000
12,000
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2590
 
Classic U.S. Extensions Balance, Eight unused and used stamps, offered as individual lots in past sales but with a new P.F. certificate noting a problem, incl. part original gum No. 11A which we feel is an almost unmistakable Orange Brown (confirmed by Dr. Amonette) but plates to 5L and so by definition cannot be No. 10A (P.F. certificate as 11A Deep Brownish Carmine), Nos. 31, 33 (unused, regummed), 97 (unused, no gum), 98, 150, 208a (original gum) and J52 with faint watermark, all but No. 150 with some kind of flaw, Fine-Very Fine appearance

5,750
2,100
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2591
 
Certified U.S. Classic Issues, 1851-69. Seven different, incl. Nos. 10, 22, 34, 36, 69, 95 and 114, first six used (No. 34 red grid), No. 114 Mint N.H., No. 95 thin and toning, No. 34 perfs just in at left, others Fine-Very Fine, six with P.F. certificates, other (No. 95) with A.P.S. certificate

E. 500-750
700
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2592
 
United States Classics Accumulation. More than 350 stamps on stock pages, issues ranging from 3c 1851 to Trans-Mississippi, mostly lower denominations but a few higher incl. 12c-90c 1861, best item is a block of four of No. 79-E15d, the "Music Box" grill, the regular issues in very mixed condition with a high percentage faulty, the highest denomination stamps defective, still a decent catalogue value lot

E. 500-750
750
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2593
 
Small U.S. Classics Balance (26, 72). No. 26 unused, original gum, beautifully centered, tiny light scuffs in top corners (probably from an attempt to turn it into a Ty. IV as the framelines are discontinuous at bottom), No. 72 choice centering, well-centered, light cork cancel and rim of circular datestamp, tiny perf crease and reperfed at right, Very Fine appearance, with 2012 P.S.E. and P.F. certificates respectively

665
120
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2594
 
Used U.S. 19th Century Balance. Stock cards of used stamps, incl. Nos. 14 (3), 15, 37 (2), 38 (2), 67, 70 (2), 71 (2), few 77, 93, 97, 98, 99, 100, nice group of 116 (8) incl. one with Japan cancel, 120 (3), 241, 242, 243, range of cancels, mixed condition, some Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
3,000
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2595
 
U.S. 19th Century Balance. Four stamps, incl. No. 123 with original gum, Nos. 38 and 38 unused (no gum), last is No. 123 used, all sound except the used reperfed at bottom, Fine-Very Fine group

2,850
750
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2596
 
U.S. 19th Century Used Pairs and Blocks Balance (21/215). 20 used pairs and two used blocks of four, incl. pairs of Nos. 24, 63, 73 (2), nice group of Bank Notes incl. 215, few small flaws, appear Fine-Very Fine

2,153
225
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2597
 
U.S. 19th Century Used Balance. Eight used stamps, Nos. 24, 98, 223, 227 (XF 90J), 228, 268 (XF 90), 273 (XF-Sup 95) and 277, several Extremely Fine, few Fine-Very Fine appearance, three with graded P.S.E. certificates

891
450
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2598
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Unused U.S. Balance. Stock cards of unused stamps, range of issues incl. Nos. 165, 189, 229 (3), 239 (2), 240 (8), 241 (2), 261, 261A, 278, 289 (2), 290 (4), 291 (3), 293, 298 pair, 369, C10a (2), several better regummed, some faults, some appear Fine-Very Fine

E. 3,000-4,000
4,000
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2599
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Balance of United States Commemoratives and Regular Issues Collection (294/1053). Unused stamps housed one to a glassine, Commemoratives incl. Pan Americans, Louisiana Purchase, Jamestown, several Panama Pacific, Regular Issues incl. a number of dollar values from Washington-Franklins and 1922 Issues (incl. 518, 523-524, 547, 570-573, 834, 1053), also a White Plains sheet, original-gum strip of four of C.S.A. No. 11 and UN No. 38 sheet, a few small flaws may be found, overall Fine, Scott Retail more than $4,000.00

E. 500-750
950
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2600
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Unused U.S. Balance, 1898-1912. Nearly 120 different neatly arranged on stock pages, incl. Trans-Mississippi complete less $1.00, Pan-Americans, Louisiana Purchase, Jamestown, Panama-Pacific (both perfs, less No. 403), 1901-02 1c-15c, 1908-09 1c-15c, some coils, 1c and 2c Bluish Paper, 1909 commemoratives with 2c Lincoln Bluish, 1910-11 1c-15c, and 1912-14 7c-50c (no No. 422 but two 422), a few minor problems, virtually all Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
2,200
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2601
 
Sale 1037, Lot 2601, U.S. Stamps Collections and AccumulationsU.S. Regular Issue and Back-of-Book Better Values, 1914-33. Over 40 different, incl. Nos. 443-447, 452-458, 461, 500, 505 514-518, 524, 533, 541, 546, 547, 572-573, 578, 599A, 634A, C1-C6, C18, E1-E2, E6 and E10, about 35% are Mint N.H., while generally Fine-Very Fine, there are several noteworthy high quality stamps included, nice fresh lot

E. 1,500-2,000
2,000
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2602
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United States Balance. Nice group of singles and multiples on stock cards and in glassines, incl. block of four with plate no. of No. 327, Q2 imprint and plate no. block of six, singles of Nos. 335, 378, LO3, imprint and plate no. strip of three of No. 305, also nice group of Air Post blocks, few other interesting, some flaws, many Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
375
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2603
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United States Balance. 40 mostly unused stamps, incl. Nos. 219, 230 (2), 231, 233, 304, 308, 319 (3), 367 (12), 370 (3), some Mint N.H., many well-centered and sound, overall Fine-Very Fine

1,024
275
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2604
 
United States Accumulation. Couple hundred used and unused stamps, mostly 20th Century, 19th incl. used Nos. 90, 117, 119-121 and 240, 20th with few better unused Commemoratives, earlier Air Post blocks of four and featuring 1c-10c Kans.-Nebr. Ovpts. in blocks of four (less 3c Kans.), also some C.S.A. with two Postmasters' Provisionals, an assortment of General Issues and a genuine $20.00 Bank Note, mixed condition, Good-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
1,000
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2605
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Small U.S. Unused Accumulation, 1893-1912. 41 items arranged on a stock sheet, incl. 3c-50c Columbians less 15c, all original gum, 5c Pan-American, 4c-10c 1902, 3c Louisiana Purchase, 5c Jamestown, 1c-50c 1908-09 singles plus blocks of four of 1c-5c and 13c pair, Nos. E7-E8 and F1, h.r.'s, a few the old paper type, couple flaws or centering issues, nearly all Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
425
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2606
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United States Accumulation. Various complete sheets from the 1940's to 1950's, plate blocks in several volumes to 1972, large stock book of duplicates, blocks and plate blocks, U.N. singles collection, inexpensive worldwide collection and some miscellaneous foreign stamps in stock books, generally Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
550
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2607
 
Diverse Balance of United States Collection. Three large boxes with a wide array of material, mint U.N. collection in Scott National album as well as loose U.N., large amount of face incl. more than 40 sets of 1976 Bicentennial sheets, more than $200 face of 1986 Ameripex sheets, five $1.00 sheets and 10 full set sheets of 1998 Trans-Mississippi, lots of other face not well organized so difficult to count, several binders of inexpensive used stamps, box of postal entires, some reference material on colors incl. Vol. I of White's color book (no binder, some toning), the patient buyer will find some value here

E. 500-750
500
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2608
 
United States Accumulation. Small carton of various stamps and covers, incl. nice group of 20th Century commemoratives in singles and blocks, few stampless covers, some foreign incl. approximately $100.00 face of Canada, other diverse items, mixed condition, many Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
400
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2609
ogbl
United States Multiples Balance. Five items, incl. imprint and plate no. block of six of 285 (defective), imprint and plate no. pair of No. 286, imprint and plate no. block of four of No. 288, block of four and imprint and plate no. strip of five of No. 294, few h.r., overall Fine-Very Fine

1,638
300
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2610
ogbl
United States Blocks Balance. 20 blocks of four, incl. Nos. 405-407, 427, 428, 431, 435, 516, 528A, 536, 546, 584, 585, several stamps Mint N.H. incl. three No. 407 and a few blocks, overall fresh and Fine-Very Fine and desirable group, ex Bechtel

3,143
600
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2611
ogbl
United States Blocks and Plate Number Blocks. Approximately 400 items on stock pages, mostly different, early 20th Century (couple late 19th) to about 1945, Regular Issues, Commemoratives, Air Post and a bit of other B-O-B, also six Booklet Panes, better blocks incl. Nos. 295, 371, 555, 616, 619, 621, C4, Q1-Q5, E13 block of six (bit oxidized), better plate blocks incl. Nos. 286, 319, 612, 692-700, 833, 715, Famous Americans, C22, C24, J80-J87 (extra $1.00) and more, also three C18 singles, large part Mint N.H. and generally Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
1,600
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2612
ogbl
United States Plate Block Collection Balance. Over 50 different on pages, incl. Nos. 279, 370-373, 397, 300, 314, 320, 575-577, 632-642, 663, 692-701, 537, 548-549, 610-612, 614-619 and E11 "Pink Back", large majority Mint N.H. and overall condition almost without exception Fine-Very Fine, nice lot containing a number of premium quality items

E. 1,500-2,000
1,300
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2613
ogbl
United States Plate Block Balance. 18, incl. imprint and plate no. blocks of four of Nos. 323-325, plate blocks of six of Nos. 329, 367, 371, 397-398, 481-483, 508, 511, 513, 542, 567 and 571, few with flaws incl. Nos. 323-325 and 397-398 stuck down to backing and 329 with adherences, some Fine-Very Fine

4,570
700
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2614
nhbl
United States Blocks and Sheets Balance. Three albums in a box containing full sheets and blocks, largely 1920's to 1930's with a few earlier incl. 2c 1903 blocks, two full sheets of No. 543, full sheet of No. R154 (selvage partly detached), Regular Issues and Commemoratives, also some Air Post and other Back-of-Book, extensive group of Farley Special Printings, lots of duplication, some flaws but overall fresh material, viewing recommended as this would be an extremely time consuming lot to catalogue completely and so our estimate is conservative

E. 750-1,000
850
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2615
nhbl
United States Plate Number Blocks of Six. Three better items, incl. Nos. 398, 536 and JQ3, fresh and Fine-Very Fine, also incl. No. 254 right imprint and plate no. 51 strip of three, original gum, couple small hinge reinforcements, Fine

E. 500-750
325
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2616
nh
U.S. Plate Number Coils Strips, Errors and Varieties. Over 20 items, incl. No. 1891 Pl. 1 strip of five, three 1895 Pl. 4 strips of five, 1908 Pl. & and 8 strips of five, 2609c Pl. 4 strip of five, 899b-901b pairs, 1057d "Look Magazine" coil joint line pair, 1058a pair, 1518b strip of four, plus others and some interesting color shifts, virtually all (if not all) Mint N.H., Very Fine lot

E. 500-750
500
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2617
 
U.S. Vending and Affixing Machine Balance. Balance of the Belasco collection, incl. stockbook with some duplicates, some modern vending machine packs, small group of covers with Schermack stamps, also few off-cover, few Mailometer and Brinkerhoff pairs with certificates, some faults, some Fine-Very Fine, a diverse group

E. 500-750
700
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2618
og
U.S. Booklet Panes, 1900-38. Collection on album pages, beginning with No. 279Bk and continuing through 1938 Presidential Issue, a few better incl. Nos. 301c and 1c A.E.F. No. 498f, (Very Fine centering but cut in at bottom), original gum, some h.r., overall fresh and Fine group, Scott Retail as hinged approx. $3,000.00

E. 750-1,000
550
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2619
og
U.S. Printer's Waste. Large irregular block of about 75 of 8c No. 560, imperforate with original gum (typically seen without gum), weak impression, creases and tears when disposed of in the waste bin, also block of 65 of No. 553 imperforate with no gum and weak impression (creases also), and blocks of 59 and 28 of 1c Green No. 632, perforated, no gum and weak impression, off-center with gutter at bottom of the larger block, in addition there are approximately 200 low value Washington-Franklin (2c), 1c and 1-1/2c 1938 Presidential and 2c 1954 Liberty with misperforations, plate smears, interesting lot

E. 300-400
300
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2620
 
No Lot.
0
0
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2621
 
United States Collection Balance. Small carton of various items, incl. U.S. plate blocks and some other, some foreign incl. France, two A.E.F. stampless covers, mixed condition, some Fine

E. 30-50
110
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2622
 
Dealer's Library. An outstanding working library that was once the property of a prominent dealer of United States stamps, this lot contains nearly 1,000 auction catalogues and over 100 reference works, encompasses both on and off-cover, subjects from pre-stamp thru Back-of-Book, incl. famous sales such as Ferrari, Hind, Caspary, Dale-Lichtenstein, Newbury and Lilly, this lot provides one with a wonderful opportunity of having the world of United States philately at your fingertips, a full inventory is available at our website at www.siegelauctions.com/2012/1037/Lit1.pdf

E. 4,000-5,000
1,000
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2623
 
Philatelic Literature Library. Extensive philatelic library, more than 180 volumes contained in 10 or so boxes, many better titles, the vast majority United States stamps and postal history, a sampling includes many of the standard reference titles such as Ashbrook two volume 1c 1851, Neinken 10c, Johl, Skinner-Eno, Simpson's Postal Markings (Alexander), Rose hardbound Classics, Hargest, Starnes, also Meyer Harris Hawaii, Lounsbery Unexhibited Exhibit, Rohloff Waterbury Cancellations, Towle Route and Station Agent Postmarks, Blake Davis Boston, Fresno Bicycle Mail (two), both Karlen Chicago books, Washington-Franklin Experts Book, Dietz 1945 (two), Milgram, variety of postal guides, a few Billig's handbooks, several others on stamp collecting, also a set of high quality 3c 1851 Issue plating photos thru Plate 7, overall a Very Fine group, we recommend carrying this out as the weight is substantial

E. 750-1,000
425
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2624
 
19th Century Philatelic Literature. Box of philatelic journals from the late 19th Century, incl. groups of issues of American Philatelic Magazine (1892), Washington Philatelist, Empire State Stamp Journal (1890), Weekly Philatelist (1892), Philatelic Journal of America (1885-1888), St. Louis Standard Philatelist (1891), Stamp Collector's Figaro (1888-1890), others, mixed condition as would be expected, Fine and fascinating group, from the Belasco estate, many of these were purchased by Mr. Belasco at auction as individual lots

E. 300-400
300
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2624A
 
The Metropolitan Philatelist, 1890-95. First five volumes of this wonderful journal published by Walter Scott, three years are bound and two are loose, cover wear on the bound volumes and other small flaws, overall decent condition for a journal of this age

E. 300-400
130
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2625
 
The Chronicle of the U.S. Classic Postal Issues. This lot comprises a complete run from issue No. 1 thru 234, a treasure trove of information on the classic issues of United States stamps and postal history from the greatest scholars

E. 200-300
90
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2626
 
Collectors Club Philatelist. 239 different issues of the journal of the Collectors Club of New York, the first issue is from 1939 and continues thru to current, a wonderful opportunity to obtain a wealth of information on a wide range of topics written by preeminent scholars from around the world

E. 150-200
60
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2627
 
The Burrus Collection. Collection of 45 different Burrus auction catalogues of one of the most comprehensive worldwide collections ever formed, Maurice Burrus was an Alsatian tobacco magnate who formed his collection starting in the early 20th Century, his collection was dispersed in a series of sales from 1962-67, a PDF file of the sales included is available at http://www.siegelauctions.com/2012/1037/Burrus.pdf

E. 200-300
80
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