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Sale 1143 — Worldwide Stamps and Postal History, Featuring The Irwin Weinberg Inventory

Sale Date — Wednesday-Friday, 16-18 November, 2016

Category — Collections and Accumulations - Africa thru Ethiopia

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
3947
 
Africa Collection. To 1960s in five Scott albums, the independent issues are well-filled with unused sets, early colonial issues a mix of unused and used, some varieties and covers also present, majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
6,000
3948
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Antigua Unused Collection. 1863-1954, neatly arranged on stockpages, some early stamps including one used, all of the better 20th Century sets are present, including the 1922 Barbuda set, most Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
1,300
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3949
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Ascension Unused Collection. 1922-80, neatly arranged on stockpages, 1922-34 is complete, King George VI definitive set including perf varieties, and QEII sets, much Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
750
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3950
 
Asia Collections. Five Scott albums, with value in Japan (including souvenir sheets), Korea, Iran, Thailand, and more (no China), albums duplicate each other, somewhat mixed condition, much is Fine-Very Fine, should be carefully inspected

E. 2,000-3,000
10,500
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3951
 
Asia Collection. To 1960s in two Scott albums, representation from all independent countries except China, used and unused, with many 20th Century unused sets, good value in Iran and Thailand, slightly mixed condition, many Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
8,500
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3952
 
Australian States - New South Wales Sydney Views Group. Thirteen used 1p, 2p or 3p stamps from the 1850 or 1851 issue, each on an individual auction lot card, three Scott No. 8, otherwise all different, nearly all with four margins, including some choice large-margined stamps, a few minor imperfections, otherwise a Very Fine group, two with P.F. certificates, Scott Retail about $5,400.00

E. 1,000-1,500
1,700
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3953
 
Australian States - Western Australia Swan Balance. Dozens on stock cards and auction lot cards, both used and unused, some better items noticed including quite a few with original gum even a No 4 on cover, items with catalogue values up to $950.00 each, some small faults but mostly Fine-Very Fine, a worthwhile balance lot of this popular Australian State

E. 1,500-2,000
2,400
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3954
 
Australia Accumulation. Four Scott albums with an array of useful unused and used stamps, including Kangaroos, key Commemoratives such as a few 5sh Sydney Harbor Bridge, Postage Dues and other Back-of-Book, one album has a selection of States, there is also a group on album pages with good value, plus a binder with some specialized King George V stamps, slightly mixed quality, a large portion is Fine-Very Fine, a worthwhile lot

E. 3,000-4,000
8,500
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3955
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Australia Unused Collection. To 1974, neatly arranged on stockpages, first two Kangaroo sets to 10sh, later Kangaroos to 10sh, King George V to 1sh4p, solid run of definitives and some commemorates, also Back-of-Book and a few booklets or panes, several varieties throughout, more modern issues generally Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine, a desirable collection

E. 2,000-3,000
3,250
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3956
 
Australia Kangaroo Selection. Eleven stamps, used incl. £1 with Narrow Crown watermark (56; SG 44 with Alcuri certificate) and couple other used Pound values, few unused incl. 10sh Multiple Crown and "A" watermark (101; SG 112), plus used and unused 5sh Sydney Bridge, Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
2,300
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3957
 
Australia Collection. Mostly used to 1966 on album pages, various Kangaroos to 10sh, 5sh Sydney Harbor Bridge, a good portion of the value in Postage Dues, with about 80 different including some unused, much is Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
950
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3958
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Bahamas Mostly Unused Collection. 1859-1954, neatly arranged on stockpages, a few dozen 19th Century stamps including nine used, 20th Century all unused and contains some varieties, a few small faults, largely Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
2,100
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3959
 
Barbados Group of Better Items from the "Britannia" Collection. 19 items on individual auction lot cards, plus six groups on album pages, focus is on the Britannia issue, both imperforate and perforated, with better singles, blocks, small study groups including shades, two covers, one lot card has three examples of the 1873 5sh, a few Specimen sets, and more

E. 3,000-4,000
4,250
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3960
 
Barbados Mostly Unused Collection. 1852-1970, several of the Sitting Britannia issues, including some higher cataloguing stamps, unused 1873 5sh, from 1882 onward it is all unused, with many complete sets, early issues in slightly mixed quality, later issues Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
1,400
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3961
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Bechuanaland Unused Collection. 1886-1966, in mounts on Scott pages, lacking only the rarities for completion, including Postage Dues, spot check of early stamp shows all with original gum, also includes a run of Swaziland, vast majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
2,400
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3962
 
Belgian Congo Group of Better Items. 16 individual and two specialized groups, mostly covers or used postal stationery, all are scarce or unusual uses, including better cancels, military use, elusive destinations, group of nine postal cards with "Congo Belge" overprint Princes printings (all with Belgian Congo Study Group certificates), 1912 5c and 10c Postal Cards in complete set of picture post cards (10c) or almost complete (5c), also some Specimens, including 50c and 5fr from Second Issue and three panes of nine with Waterlow Specimen and punch, a couple better stamps including No. Q1 (Belgian Congo Society certificate), most are Fine-Very Fine and the better items generally with Belgian Congo Society certificates, our estimate is very conservative compared to what these bring individually on the market

E. 1,000-1,500
4,000
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3963
 
Belgian Congo Accumulation. In two boxes, with unused and used from a wide range of issues, in albums, stockbooks, pages, glassines, etc., thousands of stamps, mixed condition

E. 500-750
1,600
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3964
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Belgian Congo Unused Collection. On album pages and stockpages, value in 20th Century, including the 1942 set of eight souvenir sheets with UPU inscriptions, much from the later period (including the mentioned souvenir sheets) is Mint N.H., mainly Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
650
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3965
 
Belgian Congo Booklet Panes. Neatly housed in large album, with the various printings of the 1915 5c, 10c and 25c panes, also incl. No. 48a, 1922 Belgian Surcharges, 1931-37 Pictorials and 1934 Air Post, plus a few other items, some duplication, Fine

E. 300-400
500
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3966
 
Belgian Congo Small Balance. Five items on auction lot cards, 1887 5fr Violet used, 1908 3.50fr local "Congo Belge" handstamp (No. 38a, three, one unused, two used, all with Belgian Congo Study Circle certificates), and 1908 5fr "Congo Belge" Brussels handstamp, Fine-Very Fine

E. 300-400
400
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3967
 
Belgium Used Collection. To 1990 in four Lighthouse hingeless albums, early issues including duplication, value in 20th Century Semi-Postal sets, including the 1932 Mercier set on one cover (1979 Diena certificate), early issues in mixed condition, later mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
2,700
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3968
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Bermuda Unused Collection. 1865-1938, early stamps include three 1874-75 Surcharges (one used), unused sets from the later period, early issues have slightly mixed quality, otherwise Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
1,600
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3969
 
Bolivia Air Post Collection. 1923-35, several hundred unused or used written up in an album, includes Scadta "Bo" set unused, all of the Scott-listed stamps, including some multiples (including sheets of the 50c-5b first School Aviation series) and specimen ("Musetra") overprints, also an unused and used Platanillos provisional, specialized selection of the 1935 Map issue, including essays, proofs and specimens, Fine-Very Fine, a lovely specialized collection of the Bolivia Air Post stamps, ex Ortiz-Patino

E. 2,000-3,000
3,250
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3970
 
Sale Number 1143, Lot Number 3970, Collections and Accumulations - Africa thru EthiopiaBrazil 1843 30r-90r "Bullseye" Group (1-3), Brazil 1843 30r-90r "Bullseye" Group (1-3)Brazil 1843 30r-90r "Bullseye" Group (1-3). Nineteen used stamps, seven 30r, eight 60r and four 90r, mostly large margins but a couple just touching outer frameline, different cancels, some small faults (mainly small thins), Very Fine appearance, Scott Retail as least expensive impressions

10,500
3,750
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3971
 
British Commonwealth Valuable Collection. In two Imperial albums that go to 1936, some areas are very well filled, such as the entire page of Cape of Good Hope triangles, which include both Woodblock stamps, strong value in later unused sets, singles and high values, with popular sets such complete Canada Jubilee Issue and the Falklands Tercentenary set, numerous other sets and high values to be found throughout, as well as classic used stamps, an occasional variety or block, mixed condition, however the more expensive stamps appear to be fresh and largely Fine-Very Fine, collections such as this are rarely offered anymore

E. 20,000-30,000
42,500
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3972
 
British Commonwealth Extensive Accumulation. On stockpages, stockcards, glassines, old time retail cards, and more, unused, used, blocks, specialized material, etc., a very large number of better sets and singles, too many to go into any detail, anyone interested in buying clean saleable British Commonwealth should carefully inspect this lot

E. 10,000-15,000
35,000
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3973
 
British Commonwealth Desirable Group of Collections. 23 albums (21 Scott Specialty, one Minkus, and a Malta collection in a Davo album), covering a wide range of colonies, there is of course duplication among the albums, some have better early used stamps, but a large portion of the value is in unused 20th Century sets, with many desirable and saleable items to be found throughout, mixed condition but a large portion is Fine-Very Fine

E. 10,000-15,000
55,000
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3974
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British Commonwealth Highly Desirable Unused Lot. Mostly complete sets from the King George V and King George VI reigns, and also some early QEII definitive sets, a very small number are short sets or high values, loaded with sets cataloguing in the $100.00-$400.00 range, some higher, excellent range of colonies, occasional duplication and a few sets in blocks, all of the QEII is Mint N.H., virtually all of the King George VI is Mint N.H., and even several of the King George V sets are Mint N.H. (others are lightly hinged), many are still on the original auction lot card where purchased, Fine-Very Fine, a particularly select and saleable group whose overall catalogue value will likely be very high

E. 7,500-10,000
22,000
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3975
 
British Commonwealth Accumulation. Over 200 items on auction lot cards from the late 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s, loaded with sets, singles and high values from a wide range of colonies (no Great Britain or Canada), unused and used, includes some high cataloguing 19th Century, but much of the value is in 20th Century, a few Specimen sets, a good portion is Fine-Very Fine, an extraordinarily saleable lot

E. 7,500-10,000
26,000
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3976
 
British Commonwealth Valuable Holding. 75 items from the Weinberg retail stock, includes early unused and used (especially British America), and 20th Century complete sets or high values, but much of the value and interest in is more elusive areas, such as a nice group of New Republic including tete-beche pairs, early Turks Islands surcharges, Swaziland first issue errors, Uganda type-set stamps, a few Indian States varieties, some Specimen sets and more, several with certificates, some small faults but overall a most desirable lot containing many scarce items

E. 5,000-7,500
15,000
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3977
 
British Commonwealth Group of Better Items. About 50 on auction lot cards (three of these on album pages), some early used and unused, including better stamps with certificates, desirable 20th Century sets, singles and high values, some specialty material such as a group of Mauritius used in Seychelles, some from important collections, including British East Africa and Zanzibar from the Vestey sale, slightly mixed quality on some of the earliest, but a large portion is Fine-Very Fine, a highly saleable lot that should have tremendous resale potential

E. 4,000-5,000
12,000
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3978
 
British Commonwealth Collections on Album Pages. A few dozen different collections on various album pages, very little modern material, most of the value is in pre-1935 unused or used stamps, many are clean straightforward collections, others have a little more specialization, much is Fine-Very Fine, inspection is strongly encouraged

E. 4,000-5,000
13,500
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3979
 
British Commonwealth Lot. Five albums with an array of unused and used stamps with value in pre-1950, two albums in particular have better sets and high values, condition is mixed and presentation not that great, however there is plenty of value to be found

E. 3,000-4,000
8,000
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3980
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British Commonwealth Desirable Lot. Mostly unused sets from the King George V to early QEII period (though there is some more modern), neatly laid out in five stockbooks, loaded with complete sets cataloguing a few hundred dollars each or more, contains all of the omnibus sets including the 1948-49 Silver Wedding, a few covers, very little duplication, Mint N.H. or lightly hinged, Fine-Very Fine, an highly saleable group

E. 3,000-4,000
6,250
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3981
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British Commonwealth Islands Collections. Neatly mounted on either Scott or Lindner pages, mostly complete for the time periods covered from 1921 to as recent as 1998, incl. Antigua, Cayman Islands, Cook Islands, Gilbert & Ellice Islands, Norfolk Island, Papua New Guinea and Pitcairn Island, mostly Mint N.H. but a few earlier stamps lightly hinged, assembled by a particularly fastidious collector, fresh and Very Fine throughout, far better quality than typically seen, Scott Retail

7,417
2,500
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3982
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British Commonwealth Queen Elizabeth II Collections. On album pages, various colonies including a nice run of Channel Islands (Mint N.H.), some are lightly hinged on the pages, others are in mounts and Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
2,200
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3983
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British Commonwealth Modern Balance. Mostly omnibus sets, including a complete set of the 1937 Coronation on White Ace pages, 2002 QEII Anniversary sets and souvenir sheets, 2006 80th Birthday sets in blocks of four, also some Canada including 27 of the $2.00 Jubilee re-issue, Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 150-200
160
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3984
c
British Commonwealth Covers. Several hundred mostly pre-WWII commercial, wide range of colonies and usages, better and interesting items noted, so a close inspection is advised

E. 1,500-2,000
4,750
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3985
c
British Commonwealth Cover Balance. Twelve items, a few 19th Century including South Australia three-color franking on front only, interesting 20th Century uses, including Postage Due, Official Seals, parcel tags, registered, and more, mixed condition

E. 300-400
425
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3986
 
British Asia Collection. To 1960s in four Scott albums, representation from all areas including Malayan States and India & States, early used and some 20th Century unused sets, a few covers scattered throughout, slightly mixed quality, much is Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
6,750
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3987
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British Carribean from the Vestey Collection. Unused selections from four colonies, Barbados is strongest, with 1852-55 Issue in singles, pairs and blocks, 1882 Queen Victoria head set, a run of 1892-1927 issues including varieties, also St. Lucia 1883-91 issues, St. Vincent 1883-84 Issue including to 4p, and a small selection of Cayman Islands, somewhat mixed condition, much is Fine-Very Fine, Stanley Gibbons catalogue value stated to be over £6,000

E. 750-1,000
1,400
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3988
 
British Pacific Collection. Of "N" (Niue) to "W"(Western Australia) colonies, in a Scott album, with value in unused stamps from North West Pacific Islands, Papua and Tonga, also North Borneo and Sarawak, plus used and unused Australian States, many are Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
4,250
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3989
 
British Guiana Classic Balance. Much on original lot cards, main focus on the various Ship Issues incl. overprints from 1860-81 with Nos. 60, 68b, 69, 85-86, 98, among many others, also a few early items such as SG Nos. Z13, 123ba ("1" for "I" in "British", faults) and 124, both unused and used, Fine-Very Fine, a useful lot

E. 1,500-2,000
2,600
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3990
 
British Guiana Collection. 1853-1954, neatly arranged on stockpages, early issues unused and used, with some higher cataloguing stamps (these are in somewhat mixed condition), starting in 1881 the collection is nearly all unused, with complete sets and some varieties, overall Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
2,600
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3991
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British Honduras Mostly Unused Collection. 1866-1954, neatly arranged on stockpages, high degree of completion, three early stamps are used, includes the Queen Victoria and King Edward VII tablet sets, and both King George V definitive sets, a few early stamps with no gum, otherwise original gum and mainly Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
1,700
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3992
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Brunei Unused Collection. 1906-53, neatly arranged on stockpages, contains all Scott major numbers through 1947, including the 1908 $25.00, also fifteen different Japanese Occupation overprints, most Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail about $2,800.00

E. 500-750
1,000
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3993
 
Canadian Provinces - British Columbia & Vancouver Island Specialized Group of the 1865 Vancouver Island Perforated Stamps. 5c Rose and 10c Blue (Nos. 5 and 6), nineteen 5c and fourteen 10c, a few unused, most are used, with better cancels including Wells, Fargo and Dietz & Nelson Express, some shade varieties, stamps in mixed condition

E. 500-750
1,100
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3994
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Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland Collection. Over 250 on album pages, virtually all unused, only three stamps to 1863, fairly complete thereafter, with earlier used, also Air Post including 1932 DO-X and four sets (one used) of 1933 Pictorials, plus a small group of other Maritime Provinces, generally Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
1,400
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3995
 
Canadian Provinces - Newfoundland Balance. On album pages, basically two different collections, with early used and unused including duplication, later unused sets, a few varieties and multiples, mixed condition, many Fine-Very Fine (particularly from the later period)

E. 1,000-1,500
2,200
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3996
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Canadian Provinces Mostly Unused Collection. Neatly arranged on stockpages, Br. Columbia includes some of the 1860-65 issues, and eight of the 1867-69 Surcharges, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia contain the 1851 issues including Nova Scotia 1sh, P.E.I. complete including all three of the 1861 Issue, Newfoundland is the strongest, with better early stamps such as 1857 6-1/2p, 1860 4p, 6p (Friedl certificate) and an extra 6p used, then a solid run of later unused sets including Air Post, the earliest issues are in somewhat mixed condition, the later material (particularly Newfoundland) is largely Fine-Very Fine

E. 3,000-4,000
11,500
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3997
 
Canadian Provinces Balance. Housed on stock cards and original auction lot cards, primarily consists of British Columbia and Vancouver Islands, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, few Newfoundland and without Prince Edward Island, highlights noticed incl. British Columbia 1867-69 Surcharges with strong selection of better items (such as unused Nos. 12, 17-18 and others), New Brunswick Nos. 1-2, 1sh Dull Violet (No. 4, with faults) and Connell proof, Nova Scotia Nos. 4-5, 1sh Dull Violet (No. 7, with faults), much is Fine-Very Fine

E. 3,000-4,000
5,750
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3998
 
Canada Valuable Group. Nearly 300 items on auction lot cards from the late 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s, some early used stamps, unused Large Queens and later, many Jubilees including at least 20 dollar values, then loaded with 20th Century unused sets and high values, some Back-of-Book, also Provinces including Newfoundland unused sets, somewhat mixed quality, however many are Fine-Very Fine, overall a useful lot that should have a very high catalogue value

E. 7,500-10,000
24,000
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3999
 
Canada and Provinces Collection Offered Intact. To 1970s, housed in mounts on quadrille pages in a binder, earliest issues mostly used, including No. 1 and 2, starting with the Large Queens it is largely unused and with a high degree of completion, from 1898 on all the major numbers appear to be present, plus some varieties, including part-perforated sets, including the 1928-29 Scroll Issue complete to $1.00 in vertical pairs, imperforate horizontally, also coils and booklet panes, Back-of-Book including some Revenues, Provinces is mostly Newfoundland, with some early stamps and a good range of unused sets, mixed condition, however many are Fine-Very Fine, and the catalogue value should be substantial

E. 5,000-7,500
11,500
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4000
 
Canada Accumulation in Albums. Thirteen albums of various kinds, filled with unused or used stamps from all periods, though much of the value is in later 19th and early 20th Century unused, also Back-of-Book and some Provinces, useful stamps in all volumes, mixed condition

E. 5,000-7,500
11,000
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4001
 
Canada Group of Better Items. 46 auction lot cards, with singles, sets or groups, and some blocks, mostly unused, some early stamps including Small Queens, several Jubilees, with ten dollar values, later issues include several blocks, a few Provinces, majority Fine-Very Fine, a highly saleable lot, the resale value will be several multiples of our estimate

E. 5,000-7,500
12,000
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4002
 
Canada Better Classic Balance. On stock cards and original auction lot cards, strong in early Cents and Pence incl. some unused rare items (high catalogue value) with small faults such as Nos. 5d, 9, 11, 13 (color faded), 18, 20 and others, small but quality selection of Large Queens with a few thin paper varieties and couple imperforates (Nos. 34a and 45c), even a couple of anomalies such as U.S. fancy Kicking Mule on 3c Small Queen, 2c Numeral with 1902 "Yorktown Assa" circular datestamp and more, mixed quality but much is Fine or better, five certificates accompany

E. 4,000-5,000
8,500
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4003
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Canada Mostly Unused Collection. On stockpages, 1851-1951, some high cataloguing early stamps such as two No. 1 (one appears uncancelled but stained, so probably will not get certified as unused), unused No, 7, 9 (original gum), used No. 13, good range of unused Large Queens, plus used 3c on Laid paper, unused Small Queens including shades, from 1897 on all unused and original gum, including Jubilees to $1.00, just about complete thereafter, also Back-of-Book, earliest stamps in mixed quality, with the very high cataloging items usually having a small fault, condition improves on the later issues, with many Fine-Very Fine and several Mint N.H.

E. 4,000-5,000
16,500
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4004
 
Canada Assortment. In stockbooks, stockpages, album pages, stockcards, glassines, etc., wide range, with much value in unused from the early 19th Century, some Provinces, very little low end material, mostly medium or higher value items, mixed condition with a large portion Fine-Very Fine, certainly needs to be viewed to appreciate all of the value

E. 4,000-5,000
5,500
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4005
 
Canada Group of Better Items. 44 on old Miner Stamp Company sales pages, with thirteen dollar value Jubilees including at least one of each value unused (some are quite well-centered), some early used and unused, later unused sets, also Newfoundland, some small faults, Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 3,000-4,000
6,250
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4006
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Canada and Provinces Unused Collection. To 1992 in two Lighthouse hingeless albums with slipcases, some early stamps, from the Large Queens on every space is filled, including Jubilees complete and all of the later sets, including Back-of-Book (which contains perforated Officials), most of the Provinces value is in Newfoundland, with many complete sets, the collector went for fresh appearing stamps and gum was a secondary concern, so on the early issue there are no gum, part original gum and full original gum stamps, much of the later issues are Mint N.H., some small faults, overall a worthwhile collection

E. 2,000-3,000
8,000
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4007
 
Canada Accumulation. On hundreds of sales cards, early to modern, unused and used, some duplication, a little Newfoundland, many medium priced items, mixed condition, our estimate is a small fraction of the catalogue value

E. 2,000-3,000
1,000
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4008
 
Canada Small Queens Cancel Accumulation. Close to 600 stamps with better cancels neatly arranged on sales cards, wide range of cancels, including geometrics, letters, pictorials and other fancy cancels, majority are 3c values, but higher values present as well, stamps are in mixed quality, cancels strikes are Fine-Very Fine, a desirable lot for the Small Queen specialist

E. 2,000-3,000
750
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4009
 
Canada Large and Small Queens Specialized Group. Well over 100 items, various values with shade, paper and plate varieties, all neatly annotated, mostly used, but some unused, and one cover (3c Small Queen on Wells, Fargo cover), nice lot for the specialist

E. 1,500-2,000
800
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4010
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Canada, 1898-1902 -1/2c-20c Numerals Unused Multiples Collection (74/84). Selection neatly mounted on album pages, with multiples from pairs and strips to blocks of four and even a sheet of the -1/2c, some better items noticed incl. blocks of four of 8c (3), 10c and 20c, some duplication to account for shades which are noted, the catalogue value alone should prove to be quite high as we figured about $14,000.00 as hinged (we notice some singles of the 8c-20c blocks are Mint N.H.), some small faults may be present, Fine-Very Fine, ex Baillie

E. 1,500-2,000
1,800
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4011
 
Canada and Provinces Used Collection. To 1974 in a Scott album, Canada has a high degree of completion, lacking only the rarities, and includes high cataloguing early stamps, extra Large and Small Queens on stockpages, and the Jubilees complete, plus all of the 20th Century including Back-of-Book, Provinces include two Nova Scotia 1sh values and Newfoundland sets, somewhat mixed quality, Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 1,500-2,000
6,000
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4012
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Canada Plate Block Accumulation. Many hundreds in glassines and stockbooks, 1940s to modern, some better early such as No. 262 and two No. 273, good Back-of-Book, particularly Officials, with matched sets of No. O11 (two sets), O23 (two sets) and O24, a tiny number of plain blocks, plus a large number of modern issues in matched sets, including dollar values, adding up to a fair amount of face value, most, if not all, Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
600
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4013
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Canada Booklet and Booklet Pane Collection. 1912-82, mostly panes through the 1960s and full booklets thereafter, includes seven different panes of the Admiral series, later panes through the early QEII issues, and a solid run of booklets after that, all but three panes Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 200-300
120
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4014
 
Canada Revenue Lot. Several hundred neatly arranged on individual sales cards, includs both Federal and Provincial, excellent range of issues, includes some Telegraph and Wildlife stamps, a large number cataloguing over C$100.00, condition is mixed as one would expect, however there are many Fine-Very Fine items, owner's van Dam catalogue value is over C$40,000.00

E. 4,000-5,000
4,500
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4015
 
Canada Revenue Collection. Neatly mounted in specialized album plus loose in glassines, with both Canada and some Provinces, some better items noticed incl. van Dam FEG1-FEG11 in blocks of four, FWM60-FWM71 in blocks of four and ten, FG7-8, FG13, OL61-OL65, plus many other cigarette and cigar tax stamps, both used and unused, mostly Fine-Very Fine, a worthwhile lot for the revenue collector

E. 1,000-1,500
1,200
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4016
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Canada Telegraph Postal History. Over 70 covers from 1860-1960s plus some unused forms, wide range of companies with imprint, corner card and fully illustrated covers, incl. a few Small Queens and Jubilee Issue covers and even a few Provinces incl. Nova Scotia No. 4 on Nova Scotia Electric Telegraph Company corner card cover (faults), some small faults but mostly Fine or better

E. 500-750
900
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4017
 
Cape of Good Hope Triangles from the Medina Collection. Over 100 stamps, including thirteen pairs and six covers, purchased as eighteen lots in the Medina sale, some were single stamps or pairs, some small groups, and a couple balance lots, including one showing the 4p re-entries, mostly 1885 or 1863 printings, includes two 4p Wood Blocks, a large number with full margins, slightly mixed quality, Fine-Very Fine appearance, the total Stanley Gibbons catalogue value is probably over £30,000

E. 4,000-5,000
5,250
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4018
 
Cape of Good Hope Collection. Mostly used on album pages, complete run of the basic Triangle numbers (including the Woodblocks), plus duplication including shades and a few multiples, various 1871-1899 Seated Hope issues, thirteen different Mafeking stamps (two with certificates and another signed Bloch), overall condition is better than the norm, most of the triangle stamps with full margins, Mafeking stamps generally Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
2,500
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4019
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Cayman Islands Unused Collection. 1900-38, neatly arranged on stockpages, lacking the 2-1/2p Surcharge and a couple minor stamps for completion (no War Tax), a few varieties, largely Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
1,200
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4020
 
China Collection. Neatly housed in Scott Album, well-filled with quality sets and singles such as First Issues, Dowager Surcharges, Red Revenue incl. unused 4c, I.C.P. & C.I.P. sets, better 1912 overprints and Sun Yat-sen material such as Nos. 980-981, also with Taiwan incl. 1950s sets with imperforates, some useful Japanese Occupation especially Sinkiang, complete Offices in Tibet set and more, some faults are inevitable, mostly Fine-Very Fine, careful viewing is warranted as there are many better items hiding within

E. 4,000-5,000
27,000
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4021
 
China Accumulation. Made up of multiple small balances, items on dealer pages, loose, etc., we notice a wide range of material incl. better items such as the first issue Dragons, unused C.I.P. set, Shanghai, Taiwan incl. 1956 Surcharge set in sheets, Japanese Occupation, even some People's Republic with a few better sets, some postal history incl. a few early P.R.C. covers, mixed condition but worthy of close scrutiny

E. 3,000-4,000
37,500
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4022
 
China Accumulation. Some early used on album pages, much is P.R.C. from the 1970s-1990s, with a large portion from the latter decade, of note is the 1980 8f & 70f Exhibitions of the People's Republic of China in San Francisco miniature sheets of twelve in original presentation folder, later material is Mint N.H. and Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
2,600
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4023
c
China and Hong Kong Covers. Twenty covers, one front and two postal cards, mostly commercial uses from the first half of the 20th Century, incl. U.S. 5c and 15c Bureau tied by Shanghai duplex on front only to New York, various other China or Hong Kong to the U.S., incl. several WWII uses, some with censor tape and three with "By Air To London Only" handstamp, three different Hong Kong 1937 first flight covers (FAM 14), one commercial use to Paris with Hong Kong $1.00 King George V stamp, slightly mixed condition

E. 300-400
400
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4024
nh
China, People's Republic, Modern Accumulation, 1980-2009. With booklets, souvenir sheets, imprint blocks, single stamps, etc., also some postal cards and railway stationery, some duplication, Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
1,700
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4025
 
Colombia Accumulation. 1930s-1950s, includes Postage Issues, Air Post and Back-of-Book, in two stockbooks and on album pages, unused and used, includes a used set of the 1935 Barranquilla Olympic Games, other better items including some varieties, duplication in the stockbooks including multiples, a large portion is Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
750
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4026
c
Cuba Cover Balance. 23 items on individual Nutmeg auction lot cards with meticulous descriptions, about half are nice group of stampless covers from 1830's and 1840's, also U.S. cover to Cuba and a couple flight covers, plus one proof, overall fresh and Fine-Very Fine

E. 300-400
425
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4027
 
Cyprus Useful Early Accumulation. On auction lot or stock cards, predominately unused, better items incl. Nos. 6 (with R.P.S. certificate), 14, 23a, 26a, 27, 1928 King George V set, and others, mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
1,500
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4028
 
Czechoslovakia 1918 Scout Mail Collection. Scott No. OL1-OL2, with 10h blue (31) and 20h red (30), used and unused shades and postmarks, also six covers including a very scarce one franked with both values, variety of destinations and postmarks, Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
650
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4029
 
Danish West Indies Accumulation. Many hundreds that were purchased at auction in the 1970s, either as singles lots or group lots, unused and used, all issues represented, some stamps in quantities of 50 or more, which could yield shades, varieties and cancels, some multiples, also a group of mint postal stationery, mixed condition, generally Fine-Very Fine appearance, the total catalogue value should be quite high

E. 2,000-3,000
4,000
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4030
og
Dominica Unused Collection. 1874-1968, neatly arranged on stockpages, fairly well-filled through the King George VI issues, three early stamps are used, mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
1,100
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4031
 
Egypt 1866-1879 Accumulation. Hundreds of stamps neatly arranged in stockbook from 1866 First Issue thru 1879 Provisionals, majority used with some unused, including duplication such as 1866 2pi (35), 5pi (7), 10pi (5) plus more highlighting different cancellations and perforation sizes, usual mixed condition, the catalog value should prove to be very high

E. 1,000-1,500
1,900
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4032
c
Egypt, British Forces in Egypt Military Covers, 1932-1935. 24 stamped covers from Scott Nos. M1-10, duplicates of Nos. M1 (2), M3 (5), M7 (4), M8 (6) and M10 (2), incl. the scarce 1935 Jubilee tied by retta cancel on reverse of cover, accompanied by Postal Services of the British Forces in Egypt, 1932-1940 by John E.O. Hobbs, mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
1,100
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4033
 
Ethiopia Errors and Varieties Lot. Housed on old lot cards, predominately consists of 1920s surcharges with double, inverted and misspelling of "Guerche" in different ways, 1931 issue with four imperforate proofs printed in black, 1929 Air Post set incl. inverted in red and green, multiples with one stamp missing overprint, tete-beche overprint pairs, sideways overprints and 1931 Air Post set, also eight Air Post covers, Fine-Very Fine, an interesting assortment

E. 400-500
2,000
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