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Sale 1086 — Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Sale Date — Tuesday-Wednesday, 18-19 November, 2014

Category — Worldwide Collections and Accumulations (Continued...)

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
2895
ogbl
Worldwide Air Post Blocks of Four Group. A few dozen sets in blocks of four on album pages, much is European Colonies, especially French, but also some Italian and others, best is Danzig 1932 Surcharge set (two hinged, two Mint N.H.), also some Costa Rica and Dominican Republic, in many cases there are two or three stamps in the block that are Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 200-300
400
2896
 
Worldwide Accumulation. Thousands and thousands of stamps in glassines filling three boxes, from all over the world, looks like mainly low-end material, but we do notice some unused sets

E. 200-300
650
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2897
 
Worldwide Collection. Six small binders filled with mostly used stamps from all over the world, also a United States collection in a Minkus album with some useful Commemoratives and Air Posts, mixed condition

E. 150-200
350
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2898
 
Worldwide Lot. Stockbook of used New Zealand from the turn of the century, a few hundred Great Britain 1864 1p Reds, and a group of United States unused and used on stockpages, mixed condition

E. 150-200
140
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2899
 
Worldwide Lot. Various stamps and covers in albums and loose, also some coins and banknotes, mixed condition

E. 100-150
50
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2900
 
Worldwide Old-Time 19th Century Revenue Collection. Offered intact as received, many hundreds in seven volumes, the collector focused on specific areas, namely Austria, German States, Swiss Locals, Spain and Colonies (Cuba, Philippines and Puerto Rico), Netherlands, Turkey, Iran, and one volume of India Court Fee stamps, plus there is a miscellaneous loose group incl. some on documents, the collector tried to get as many different as he could, so there is virtually no duplication and the variety is excellent, many complete or nearly complete sets, the quality will be mixed of course, but overall in much better condition than typically found on a 19th Century revenue collection, would make a nice basis on which to build, or to add to an existing collection

E. 2,000-3,000
2,200
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2901
 
Worldwide Revenues. Hundreds, many are Latin America in sheets or part sheets, also some Great Britain and Commonwealth, Europe and others, a few on documents, mixed condition

E. 200-300
300
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2902
 
Worldwide Unlisted Lot. Small box filled with Revenues, Labels, Proofs, Seals, Private Issues, etc., wide variety

E. 200-300
1,400
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2903
c
Worldwide Cover Lot. Hundreds neatly arranged by country, heaviest in Europe incl. Colonies, with particularly good French area (incl. French Polynesia), also some South America, Middle East and a little bit of Asia, early to modern, we note several interesting uses that are mixed in with more inexpensive covers, Fine-Very Fine, definitely worth a look

E. 1,000-1,500
8,500
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2904
c
Worldwide Cover Accumulation. Many hundreds (probably over 1,000) from a wide range of countries, commercial and philatelic, incl. a large number of France first day covers, Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
500
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2905
c
Worldwide Covers. Many hundreds (probably over 1,000), early to modern, commercial and philatelic, from all over the world, we noticed some interesting items mixed in with more mundane, so close inspection is advised

E. 750-1,000
2,000
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2906
c
Worldwide Covers. Dozens of items, 19th Century incl. a Great Britain Penny Black, 20th Century incl. flight covers and some first day covers, postcards and more, good range of countries

E. 300-400
1,700
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2907
c
Worldwide Covers. Eighteen items, with some late 19th Century South Africa incl. some inbound uses, 1899 postal card from Gibraltar with Hawaii consular handstamp, India Oct 15, 1934 Diamond Harbour Rocket Mail cover signed on the back by Stephen Smith, 1917 P.O.W. cover from Isle of Man to Brazil, and more incl. a couple United States, largely Fine-Very Fine

E. 300-400
1,100
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2908
c
Worldwide Modern Covers. Many hundreds of mostly post-1940 covers (thought there are some earlier), commercial and philatelic, incl. first day covers of Great Britain (starting with the 1935 Jubilee set), Australia and French Polynesia, as well as 1953 Coronation omnibus (which may be complete) and several sets of the 1937 Coronation omnibus, Fine-Very Fine

E. 300-400
400
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2909
c
Worldwide Covers. Hundreds of mostly post-1940, some philatelic incl. Greenland first day covers with blocks of four and Saar first day covers, commercial mail incl. a large number of Iceland, also some earlier 20th Century, a few 19th Century used postal cards from Denmark, and more, largely Fine-Very Fine

E. 200-300
300
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2910
c
Worldwide 1940 Schooner Yankee Third World Cruise Covers. 17 different covers from 15 different countries, all with cachet and signed by shipmaster Irving Johnson, mostly from Pacific Islands or Pacific Rim countries, incl. Ecuador stamps cancelled on Galapagos Island and Tonga tin can mail, two censored, Very Fine

E. 200-300
200
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