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Sale 1145 — United States Stamps

Sale Date — Wednesday, 14 December, 2016

Category — Collections and Accumulations

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
795
 
United States Collection Balance, 1851-1968. Neatly mounted in Scott album, substantial collection of used and unused chosen for choice quality and eye-appeal, we notice a number of better cancels such as green, wide range of issues with 1857 and 1861 Issues, Grilled Issue, 1869 with 24c, strong Banknotes, Columbians to 50c plus $3.00, attractive Washington-Franklin series, modern mostly complete including Kansas-Nebraska set, impressive Back-of-Book with Air Post, Special Delivery, Postage Dues including Nos. J29 and J59, Offices in China complete, nearly complete Officials, Revenues including $20.00 and $25.00 Second Issue, plus an additional Scott album for Possessions which is sparsely filled but with some Canal Zone, an incredible 121 mostly P.F. or P.S.E. certificates accompany, much is Fine-Very Fine, worthy of close inspection

E. 10,000-15,000
15,000
796
 
U.S. Collection. Housed in two albums and loose album pages to the 1990, sparse Classic period but some better material from around 20th century onwards such as Columbians to $2.00 plus $5.00, Trans-Mississippi complete to $2.00, two complete sheets of No. 505, one with single error and other with double error (each with mount disturbed gum and one sheet slightly adhering to page), Kansas-Nebraska set, Back-of-Book including 65c Zeppelin, Special Delivery and Parcel Post complete, some stationery and more, condition slightly mixed but much is Fine or better

E. 4,000-5,000
8,000
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797
 
U.S. Better Selection. Over 90 stamps on stockpage and cards, some better classics with No. 12 which appears unused (even under UV light) though not counted towards our estimate, 1869 Issue including 3c-15c and 90c, Columbians with $1.00, $2.00 and $5.00 (2), Trans-Mississippi $1.00, Back-of-Book such as Offices in China $2.00 and Officials including State $2.00 and more, much is unused though we notice a large amount of regummed and a few reperfed, Fine or better

E. 4,000-5,000
5,000
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798
og
Collection Balance, 1898-1963. Schaubek album of unused stamps, including Nos. 285-291, 294-299, 1902 Issue from 4c-15c, 323-330, 331-341, 357-358, 369, 382, 424-440, 523, 524, 547, 551-573, 658-679, few other better, some faults including few regummed, overall Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail approximately

11,000
2,250
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799
 
U.S. Balance. Housed in a small stockbook, value predominately in 2c Black Jacks which include proof on card, Atlanta Trial Color (orange), "Specimen" overprint, plus singles including Grilled such as No. 85B and 93 unused block of four, a few colored cancels and covers including a suspicious bisect on piece, plus some modern material, mostly Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
900
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800
 
U.S. Collection. Eight albums and miscellaneous material housed in three boxes, both stamps and covers, modest material including an album of used 19th and early 20th Century, best is an album of unused incl Nos. 323-327, lower denomination Washington-Franklins, 1922 Issue complete, other 1920's largely complete with about half the Kansas-Nebraska sets, 1930's-60's largely complete with Presidentials, some plate blocks and full sheets, album of Bureau precancels, various Back-of-Book, boxes 2 and 3 consist mostly of first day covers, other inexpensive covers and some glassines of foreign stamps, overall Fine

E. 400-500
475
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800A
 
U.S. Accumulation. Over 100 dealer cards, with a few classics, a couple better 1869 Issues incl. 24c and 30c, some Washington-Franklins and even a few Air Posts, mixed condition, mostly Fine or better

E. 400-500
800
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801
 
U.S. Plate Block Collection. In four Scott albums, begins with 1920s though early material is blocks without plate nos. (such as No. C18), pages thru 1990s and including Presidential plate blocks complete to $5.00 and much of the modern dollar-value blocks, some sheets noticed as well, mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
850
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802
og
Booklet Pane Group. Over twenty better panes, most on old auction lot cards, includes two each No. 300b and 301c, others are Washington-Franklins, with better early panes and several with plate numbers, also one scarce booklet (No. BK33 with creased covers), some Mint N.H., a few trivial imperfections, majority Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail easily exceeds $5,000.00

E. 750-1,000
550
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803
nhbl
Autograph Plate Blocks. Collection of 36 plate no. blocks of four neatly mounted on stock cards in an album, Scott nos. from 1004 thru 1085, each block signed in the selvage by designers, engravers, etc., fresh and Very Fine collection

E. 500-750
0
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804
og
Extensions Balance. Two items, No. 380 Mint N.H. though reperf at right per P.S.E. (clear P.F. certificate) and No. 415 plate no. block of six with couple natural gum creases, Extremely Fine appearance

875
700
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805
nhbl
Face Value Accumulation. Mostly sheets but also plate strips, much of value in 22c, 25c, 29c and 32c stamps, plus a significant portion (about 20% of value) in $1.00-$10.75 stamps, Mint N.H., mostly Very Fine, face value

1,720
1,100
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806
nhbl
Face and Miscellaneous Lot. Most of the value in 6c-10c full sheets (some stuck together and not counted), also thick glassines of plate blocks, approx. 100 CIPEX sheets (No. 948) and stacks of FIPEX (1075) and SIPEX (1311) sheets, finally one album of inexpensive foreign stamps worth about $50.00, total face value for the sound full sheets alone approximately

550
550
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