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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 - Europe thru Virgin Islands

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
4034
 
Europe Desirable Group. Over 250 items on auction lot cards from the late 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s, some better early stamps, much of the value lies in the 20th Century, with numerous unused sets, some used, several souvenir sheets, a few varieties, many cataloguing in the hundreds of dollars each, a large percentage is Fine-Very Fine, great retail potential

E. 7,500-10,000
23,000
4035
 
Europe Collections. 25 Scott Specialty albums of various European countries or areas, some are duplicated, filled with useful early used and later unused or used sets, plus the occasional cover or variety, a useful group with better items to be found throughout, a large portion is Fine-Very Fine

E. 7,500-10,000
47,500
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4036
 
Europe Accumulation in Scott Specialty Albums. 43 Scott Specialty albums from various European areas, with an array of unused and used early to usually the 1960s or so, each album should be worth at least a couple hundred dollars, some quite a bit more, mixed condition

E. 7,500-10,000
30,000
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4037
 
Europe Voluminous Accumulation in Albums. Over 90 albums of various sorts (no Scott Specialty), including albums of a single country, multiple albums of one country, and albums with more than one country, wide range, with early used, several with unused 20th Century sets, mixed condition, certainly a worthwhile lot for someone who can deal with this many albums

E. 7,500-10,000
32,500
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4038
 
Europe Collection. In twenty different Scott albums, most go to the 1960s, some early material, but value is in 20th Century, particularly unused sets, includes Western and Easter Europe, as well as Colonies, majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 5,000-7,500
32,500
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4039
 
Europe Group of Better Items. 43 singles, sets or groups on auction lot cards, everything from high cataloguing classics in slightly mixed quality to popular 20th Century sets and key values in Very Fine condition, all would retail at least $100.00, and a large percentage would be several hundred dollars, a few are probably over $1,000.00, an outstanding opportunity, as lots with this many better items are rarely freely sold on the auction market

E. 5,000-7,500
12,000
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4040
 
Europe and Colonies Accumulation. Over 300 items on old Miner Stamp Company sales cards, some high cataloguing classics, but much of the value is in 20th Century, particularly unused sets cataloguing $50.00 to $300.00 or more, from a wide range of countries, very limited duplication, majority Fine-Very Fine, a highly saleable group

E. 5,000-7,500
18,000
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4041
 
Europe Lot of Better Items. 34 items from the Weinberg retail stock, some high cataloguing classic stamps, especially from Switzerland and Italian States (some of these in Very Fine condition), some 20th Century sets or souvenir sheets, a few errors and varieties, a couple Colonies and a few non-European items, some with certificates, earliest issues in mixed condition, later generally Fine-Very Fine, overall a useful and saleable group

E. 3,000-4,000
8,500
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4042
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Europe Souvenir Sheet Group. A few dozen better souvenir sheets, mainly from the 1920s and 1930s, some later, most unused (including Mint N.H.), a few used or on cover, France and Germany are the strongest, France having two 1925 Philatelic Exhibition, four 1927 Strasbourg, two 1937 Pexip, Germany has two 1930 Iposta (one used), three 1930 Nothilfe unused, plus two other used with fake or backdated cancels, also the Berlin Bear sheet, other countries include Czechoslovakia Music sheets and Austria set of Renner sheets, some small faults (which are generally trivial imperfections), Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 3,000-4,000
9,500
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4043
 
European Colonies Group. About 50 items on auction lot cards from the late 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s, with colonies and offices abroad from a variety of European countries, some early stamps, several better sets or high values, some blocks, a couple proofs, much is Fine-Very Fine and quite saleable

E. 1,500-2,000
3,500
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4044
og
Falkland Islands Unused Collection. 1878-1964, early stamps including two used, value in 20th Century unused including better complete sets, QEII issues are Mint N.H., including Dependencies, majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
1,800
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4045
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Fiji Unused Collection. 1871-1971, some early stamps including one used, contains all of the King Edward VII and King George V One Pound Tablet high values, condition on 19th Century is somewhat mixed, 20th Century Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
900
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4046
 
Finland Collection. 1856-1965, nearly complete collection of well over 600 used or unused stamps on Scott Specialty pages, lacking only the 1856-58 Coat of Arms issues and a few others, includes some very nice 1861-74 Serpentine Roulettes, nearly all with full teeth, No. 10 on cover and four 1893 Reprints, good section of 1875-1916 Russian Empire Arms issues with cancels and shades, including 32p Lake, all of the 1r, 3-1/2r, 7r, 1m and 10m high values, later Commemoratives and Pictorials, complete Semi-Postals and Air Posts, majority Fine-Very Fine, far superior collection to those typically seen offered and a great foundation to build upon

E. 2,000-3,000
1,800
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4047
 
France and Colonies Collection. To the early 1960s in four Scott albums, France has some high cataloguing early used stamps, unused and used 20th Century, colonies are mostly 20th Century unused sets, fairly well-filled throughout, early stamps in typical mixed quality, much of the later is Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
8,000
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4048
 
France Collection. To 1964 on album pages, early stamps used, First Issue contains two 15c and two 1fr, 1853 Napoleon Issue to 1fr, 5fr Napoleon, 20th Century filled with unused including souvenir sheets and Semi-Postals, housed in Crystal mounts, so we can only say the 19th is in typical mixed quality, while the 20th Century appears Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
3,000
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4049
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France Classic Blocks. 18 blocks (16 different) of four (one is six and one is nine), 1849-77 (Nos. 6/84), seven unused with original gum, and eleven used, includes 1849-50 25c and 40c in used blocks, also 1852 25c, three 1853-60 80c (one a block of six), later issues mostly unused, condition is mixed, though most have Fine-Very Fine appearance, several are signed by experts, Scott Retail (counting 1870 and later as singles only) is nearly $40,000.00

E. 3,000-4,000
3,250
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4050
 
France 1853-60 Napoleon Issue Group. Mostly used on album pages and a few lot cards, with specialized 10c, 20c and 80c values, including a shade study and a few multiples, also some unused including three 80c, also two 1fr values, plus a specialized group of the 1862 1c Olive Green, somewhat mixed quality, Fine-Very Fine appearance, a worthwhile lot, for both the specialized nature and having a large catalogue value

E. 750-1,000
1,100
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4051
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France Unused 20th Century Group. Semi-Postals and Air Posts on stockcards, to the 1960s, Semi-Postals just about complete including the 1917-19 War Orphans set, Air Posts seem to be missing only the Ile de France set, and includes both 1936 50fr stamps, mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
1,800
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4052
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France Small Air Post Balance. Complete to 1955 with the exception of the 10fr Ile de France but with 1931 1.50fr "E.I.P.A. 30" perfin initials, some duplication, mostly lightly hinged but some Mint N.H., mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
700
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4053
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France World War II Lot. Several of the British Intelligence forgeries, with ten different all with selvage, plus five in full sheets of twenty, also the unissued 1942 Marianne both sets of three (six altogether), and a small stockbook with Legion Volontaires Francais stamps, various liberation overprints and more, including a few used or covers, some Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine.

E. 400-500
800
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4054
P
France and Colonies Proof and Imperforate Lot. Well over 100 items, France has some deluxe proofs, including the 1936 Intellectuals set of four, many plate proofs including trial colors, good Monaco, with several Deluxe proofs, a stockbook of Dahomey imperforates, Deluxe proofs of various colonies, and more, mostly Very Fine, the retail value of these is many multiples of our estimate

E. 2,000-3,000
3,250
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4055
c
France Stampless Covers. Three-ring binder of stampless covers, range of dates with many from 1760's, 1770's and early 19th Century, various straightline town handstamps, overall Fine-Very Fine, accompanied by notes from Dr. Carroll Chase

E. 300-400
650
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4056
c
France Classic Covers. Several dozen (including a few fronts), over 20 better on individual auction lot cards, 1850s-1870s, better destinations including South America, some large frankings, two Ballon Montes, and more, the better covers are generally Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
2,700
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4057
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French Colonies Unused 20th Century Collection. To 1970s in four large Scott albums, housed in mounts, with a high percentage Mint N.H., well-filled throughout, Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
7,250
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4058
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French Colonies Unused Group of Better Items. On seventeen auction or retail cards, individual catalogue values to $1,200.00 (Gabon No. 15), other scarce 19th Century cataloguing hundreds of dollars each, a few sets such as Madagascar 1892 Overprints and Obock 10c-5fr Postage Due first issue, also some errors and varieties (including 20th Century) such as Reunion 1892 50c with country name in Blue and Red, a few small flaws, but mainly Fine-Very Fine, most are signed by a recognized French expert or with certificate, all but two are ex Gibralter or Markowitz

E. 1,500-2,000
3,500
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4059
 
French Colonies Collection. Three Scott albums, mostly colonies of the Americas, Pacific and Europe (Monaco and Andorra), value in 20th Century unused sets, a few commercial covers, some proofs from Monaco, majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
4,000
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4060
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French Colonies 20th Century Unused Collection. To about 1973 in two large Scott albums, some useful sets from the colonial period, the independence issues are complete for most of the colonies present, many are in mounts and Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
2,700
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4061
 
French Colonies Assortment. In albums and album pages, used and unused stamps from an array of colonies (plus some France proper), many useful medium priced stamps and sets, slightly mixed quality, much is Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
1,900
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4062
c
French Colonies Covers. About 50, better 19th Century including usages with French stamps, range of colonies, several from the Middle East, 20th Century including Reunion "France Libre" stamps on covers, also eleven French stamps with Port Said cancels, largely Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
1,700
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4063
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French Guiana Unused Collection. To 1940, a few better early stamps such as No. 11, starting with the 1892 Perforated Overprints it is complete, also a complete run of Inini, Fine-Very Fine, ex Markowitz, Scott Retail

4,387
1,100
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4064
og
French India Complete Unused Collection. To 1939, contains all major Scott numbers incl. the 1903 Surcharges and the Postage Dues, fresh and Fine-Very Fine, ex Markowitz, Scott Retail

2,044
700
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4065
og
French Morocco Unused Collection. To 1940, missing only a handful of stamps for completion, mostly Fine-Very Fine, ex Markowitz, Scott Retail

3,377
750
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4066
og
French Oceania Complete Unused Collection. To 1939, all major numbers, plus four surcharge varieties on Semi-Postal stamps, Fine-Very Fine, ex Markowitz, Scott Retail

2,018
550
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4067
 
French Southern and Antarctic Territories Collection of Specialty Items. On album pages, significant group of covers with some First Days and from the four French bases in Antarctica, covers are quite colorful and beautiful, also desirable group of trial color plate proofs with many multiples such as strips of five with sheet margin of Nos. 40, 43 and 44, also No. C3 Deluxe Proof, stamps of Madagascar, a few imperforate stamps, Fine-Very Fine, an attractive lot with better material

E. 1,000-1,500
1,200
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4068
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French Southern & Antarctic Territories Accumulation. Mint sheets from the 1970s-1990s, with duplication, Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine, stated to catalogue $15,000.00 using 2004 Scott

E. 1,000-1,500
850
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4069
 
German States Collection. On Ka-Be album pages, mostly used, but does have some useful value in unused, strongest are Baden, which is essentially complete, Bavaria, which has only one space unfilled, and includes unused No. 1 (signed Buhler), and Wurttemberg, which has all of the key stamps, such as all of the 18kr values from 1851 to 1867, and both shades of the 1873 70kr, mixed condition, but the better stamps are in nicer quality than what is often found

E. 1,500-2,000
3,750
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4070
 
German States - Wurttemberg Collection. In an album, early issues mostly used, contains all of the major numbers, such as the early 18kr values and both shades of the 1873 70kr (one original gum, one used), but there are also many shade varieties, including some of the scarcer ones that have been certified, some later varieties, also officials including some in used condition (signed by Infla-Berlin), condition varies slightly, but in far better quality than what is typically found, a large number of the better items have been certified by the BPP experts

E. 1,500-2,000
5,250
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4071
 
Germany Collection. Offered intact as received, nearly all 20th Century, unused and used (many are present both ways), Third Reich includes better sets and all of the souvenir sheets, also some Colonies and Occupation issues, the most interesting part of the collection are the WWII and issues right after, including Locals, Allied and Soviet Zone, the collector was in Berlin right after the war, and there is a commercial correspondence to him, post-war issues are quite extensive, with Federal Republic, Berlin and DDR (latter includes a first day cover of the 1951Mao set), includes many Mint N.H. sets, also a specialized study of the 1948-51 Building issue, many of the unused are in mounts and Mint N.H. or lightly hinged, largely Fine-Very Fine, overall a worthwhile collection that has value in both straightforward stamps and more esoteric items

E. 3,000-4,000
9,500
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4072
 
Germany Worthwhile Balance. In an album, a stockbook, pages, and auction lot cards, includes States, Germany proper with 19th Century (including a group of Shield issues in blocks), Third Reich including souvenir sheets, and post-war, plus occupation issues and more, many $100.00-$500.00 items (some higher), mixed condition on early issues, later is Fine-Very Fine

E. 3,000-4,000
5,000
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4073
 
Germany Accumulation in Albums. Thirteen albums of various kinds, focus is on WWII and post-war issues, with Federal Republic, Berlin and DDR, better sets are present both unused and used, also some useful Third Reich and earlier, much is Mint N.H., vast majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 3,000-4,000
6,000
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4074
 
Germany Stock. Many hundreds of items neatly arranged on sales cards, very little in the way of States, Germany proper includes 19th Century, Third Reich, WWII, and post-war (including some Berlin and DDR), also good value in Colonies and Occupation issues, many $50.00-$200.00 cataloguing items (several higher), much is Fine-Very Fine, overall a worthwhile and saleable group with a high total catalogue value

E. 3,000-4,000
6,000
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4075
nh
Germany Unused 20th Century Group. Mostly Mint N.H. sets from the Third Reich period, better definitive sets such as 1928-32 Ebert & Hindenburg, and two sets of the 1933 Hindenburg, some booklet panes and blocks, some occupation sets and World War II local handstamps, a little postwar including two complete sets of the DDR Marx souvenir sheets, some still on the original auction lot cards where purchased, Fine-Very Fine, should be closely inspected

E. 1,500-2,000
1,400
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4076
 
Germany, Early Post-War Local Issues. In 13 albums or stockbooks, includes the various Allied Occupation issues, A.M.G., Russian Occupation, Berlin, Local Issues (Thuringen, West Saxony, etc.), and Federal Republic issues from the 1940s, and a small number of earlier issues, mostly unused, some used and a few covers, also blocks, varieties, and more, largely Fine-Very Fine

E. 3,000-4,000
4,000
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4077
 
Germany Zeppelin Stamp and Cover Group. Off-cover stamps consist of two used first set, used and unused (lightly hinged) Suidamerica set, and unused (h.r.) 1m and 4m Polar-Fahrt, covers are three each with three Suidamerica stamps, and two with single 4m Chicago Zeppelin, a few small faults, mostly Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail (counting multi-stamp covers as used stamps) is $7,015.00

E. 1,000-1,500
1,300
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4078
 
Germany World War II Locals. Accumulation in two albums, stockcards and stocksheets, strongest is Thuringen, which has many singles, some souvenir sheets and covers, other useful areas including some overprinted, also some occupation issues, largely Fine-Very Fine, an interesting assortment of these elusive stamps

E. 1,500-2,000
1,700
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4079
c
Germany Post-War Covers. A few dozen from the early post-war period, nice array of commercial and philatelic usages, including complete sets, Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
700
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4080
 
German Colonies Intriguing Assortment. Mostly on album pages and auction lot cards, nice range of all Colonies and Offices Abroad, includes numerous forerunners, unused and used sets including better items, a few covers, somewhat mixed quality though the majority is Fine-Very Fine, a highly desirable group of this popular area

E. 4,000-5,000
10,000
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4081
 
German Colonies and Offices Abroad Used Group. Well over 50 stamps, mostly better values, includes early overprints and surcharges, as well as Kaiser Yacht issues, including several Mark values, all are tied to piece, with many showing the complete cancel, sixteen are on the original auction or mail sale card, largely Fine-Very Fine, could certainly hold interest to the cancel specialist

E. 400-500
650
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4082
og
Gibraltar Mostly Unused Collection. 1886-1970, in an album, the major numbers appear to be complete including the 1921 £5 King George V, a little duplication (sometimes unused and used), varieties such as 1935 Silver Jubilee set with extra flagstaff in corner margin blocks of four, somewhat mixed quality including slight gum toning on some early stamps, Fine-Very Fine appearance, overall a useful collection

E. 2,000-3,000
5,500
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4083
og
Gibraltar Unused Collection. To 1954, includes the 1886-98 Queen Victoria definitive set, both King Edward VII sets to £1, and both King George V sets to £1, plus more, majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
2,200
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4084
 
Great Britain Mulready Group. Eight items on exhibit pages, unused 1p Envelope, 2p Envelope and 2p Letter Sheet, three used 1p Letter Sheets, including one dated May 25, 1840, and two forgeries, Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
800
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4085
 
Great Britain 1841 1p Red Specialized Collection. Over 650 used stamps of the 1841 1p Red (Scott 3; SG 8), well annotated, with different plates, shades, varieties, cancels (including some in blue), and more, typical mixed condition, counting everything as the cheapest variety the Stanley Gibbons catalogue value exceeds £20,000

E. 1,500-2,000
950
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4086
og
Great Britain 1864 1p Red Unused Plate Collection. Complete unused collection of all plates of the 1864 1p Red (Scott 33; SG 43-44), from 71-225, the scarce No. 225 has full original gum and a natural gum crease, spot check show most with full or part original gum, overall a Fine collection, while complete plates of used stamps are offered with some frequency, it is rare to find a complete group in unused condition

E. 2,000-3,000
2,200
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4087
 
Great Britain Collection. To the 1960s in a Scott album, early used with duplication such as six Penny Blacks, several other Line Engraved including pairs, eleven embossed issues (all cut square), high cataloguing stamps of the Surface Printed issues including Shilling and Pound values, the three long Queen Victoria £1 values, King Edward VII to £1 both unused and used, around the turn of the century more unused stamps are present, including some blocks, Officials, Postage Dues, Offices Abroad including both sets of Office in China, and more, 19th Century stamps are in typical mixed condition, 20th Century is generally Fine-Very Fine, huge catalogue value

E. 5,000-7,500
12,500
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4088
 
Great Britain Collection. Housed on album pages from Queen Victoria thru early QEII, wide selection incl. sixteen Penny Blacks, eight 1840 2p Blue plus pair and strip of three, multiple Embossed examples, numerous Surface Printed Issues with some duplication, 2sh6p-£1 high-values with duplication incl. King Edward VII unused 5sh and £1, various Seahorses, £1 P.U.C., plus six hand-illustrated cover fronts and advertising cover, mixed condition with faults noticed, overall catalogue value should prove to be enormous, Fine, worthy of close inspection

E. 4,000-5,000
8,500
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4089
 
Great Britain Assortment. Two albums with an array of early to modern stamps, stockcards with early used (including Penny Blacks) and later unused sets, 1948-49 £1 Silver Wedding pane of 25, better items on auction lot cards including several unused Seahorse stamps and sets, a few other odds and ends, mixed condition but an extremely useful lot

E. 4,000-5,000
6,000
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4090
og
Great Britain Unused Collection. To 1992 in two Lighthouse hingeless albums with slipcases, a few Line Engraved stamps including a Penny Black, some Surface Printed, collection takes off in 1880, and includes the 1883-84 2sh6p-£1 Queen Victoria stamps, King Edward VII to £1, all of the Seahorse printings, £1 P.U.C., and then a solid run after than, including Postage Dues and Regional issues, early issues are in mixed quality, the condition improves on later issues, with many Fine-Very Fine and the more modern issues Mint N.H.

E. 2,000-3,000
8,500
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4091
 
Great Britain Classic Selection. Consisting mostly Queen Victoria thru George V, with better items incl. Penny Black, 1878 10sh Slate, two 1884 £1 Brown Violet (one with broken frame), 1891 £1 Green, £1 Green Seahorse, £1 P.U.C. among others, mixed condition but much Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
3,250
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4092
 
Great Britain Used Collection. To 1980 in a Windsor album, the album has spaces for all the SG-listed shades and plate numbers of the Surface Printing issues, the collector tried to fill in as many spaces as he could, starts with 1840 four 1p Black and three 2p Blue, six embossed stamps cut square, well filled Surface Printed issues, long £1 Queen Victoria Violet Brown and Green stamps, £1 King Edward VII, Seahorses to £1, and the £1 P.U.C., some Back-of-Book, also includes a small group of Cape of Good Hope triangles, mixed condition, high total catalogue value

E. 1,000-1,500
4,250
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4093
 
Great Britain Booklets. Small accumulation, begins with SG BD19 (May 1951) but most are early Queen Elizabeth II to about 1970s, with various dates, SG catalogue as high as £150, also with Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man and a few scattered other countries, Very Fine

E. 200-300
150
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4094
nh
Great Britain Modern Errors. Ten (nine different), SG Nos. 923b-924b pair, 925a, 927a, 931Ea, 932a, 948a, 948b (two), and 961 imperforate pair, Mint N.H., Very Fine, SG value

£ 2,845
425
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4095
c
Great Britain Illustrated Envelopes of John Mathieson. 36 covers from 1891-1919 with hand-illustrated designs by the famous cartoonist John Mathieson, sent to various members of his family, nice range of topics, including several satirical, a few small faults, mainly Fine-Very Fine, an interesting and attractive group of illustrated covers

E. 750-1,000
450
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4096
c
Great Britain Illustrated Postcards of A.J.G. Clayton. 43 hand-illustrated multicolored watercolor postcards made by Clayton and sent to his friend Albert Harris in Kingston-on-Thames from 1945-55, neatly mounted and annotated on album pages, these skillfully crafted cards were centered around the meeting places of Clayton and Harris, a rare and beautiful group of watercolored drawings on postcards, ex Shaida

E. 750-1,000
1,200
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4097
c
Great Britain Illustrated Envelopes. Twenty mostly multicolored hand-drawn designs, 1900-03, each franked with a 1p stamp and sent to Kent or Wales, excellent range of motifs, many quite elaborate, a couple with minor flap damage, otherwise Fine-Very Fine, a most eye-appealing group

E. 400-500
1,300
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4098
c
Great Britain Covers. Dozens, some on auction lot cards including five nice Penny Black covers, also several surface Printed issues to European destinations (mainly Belgium), a few illustrated including one fancy multicolored (fault), a couple 18th Century stampless, some WWII Guernsey, and more, mixed condition

E. 1,500-2,000
2,200
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4099
 
Greece Large Hermes Heads Specialized Collection. Over 1,500 stamps in a Lighthouse album, most are used, but does contain some unused (including with original gum), some multiples, excellent representation of all printings from 1861 to 1880s, nearly half the collection is prior to 1868, a particularly strong selection of the earlier Athens printings, with 39 coarse impressions and 185 fine impressions, including rare shades such as the 1l Deep Chocolate with Holcombe certificate, several varieties, later issues similarly represented, with duplication including shades and varieties, all formed over a 25 year period by a knowledgeable student, condition is mixed as would be expected on such a large holding, nearly all with Fine-Very Fine appearance, an extensive collection of Large Hermes Heads that catalogues over €75,000 in the Hellas catalgue

E. 7,500-10,000
6,250
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4100
 
Greece Lot. Several hundred in six counter books, some better Hermes Heads both unused and used, 20th Century unused and used sets, with many medium priced items and some higher cataloguing, Back-of-Book and Occupation issues, majority Fine-Very Fine, overall a useful lot with good retail potential

E. 2,000-3,000
2,000
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4101
 
Grenada Collection. 1861-1969 on album pages, a selection of mostly used Chalon Heads, plus 6p plate proof pair, 1883 Issue to 8p in tete-beche blocks of four, various 1883-87 surcharges, from 1895 onward it is largely unused, with many complete sets including Specimen overprints, some varieties and a small group of better cancellations, mainly Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
1,700
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4102
og
Guadeloupe Nearly Complete Unused Collection. To 1940, lacking only the 1891 80c and the first three postage dues for completion, plus a couple varieties, mainly Fine-Very Fine, ex Markowitz, Scott Retail

4,126
600
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4103
 
Haiti Specialized Collection. Two binders, one has 1881-1907 Issues, with many varieties including imperforate, tete-beche, and surcharges, including 1906 1c on 50c Claret (Scott 108a, small faults, P.F. certificate), also issues from 1960-78, with numerous varieties, mostly imperforate or part-perforate, but also a double impression, the second binder contains 250 different Specimen overprints from the American Bank Note Co., most are Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
1,500
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4104
 
Honduras Specialized Collection. To 1930s in two albums, 19th Century unused including several 1877 Surcharges, later issues unused, with some error and varieties such as all three 1891 Peso values with inverted center, later issues also with many errors, particularly the overprints and surcharges of the 1920s, much of the value in Air Posts, which contain a myriad of errors and varieties of all kinds, and while some of these don't catalogue a high dollar amount, they are not at all easy to find, several with certificates or signed by recognized air post experts, mainly Fine-Very Fine, a collection chock full of elusive stamps, ex Edward Gilbert

E. 2,000-3,000
3,250
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4105
nh
Hong Kong Unused Accumulation. Of mostly QEII sets and souvenir sheets, to about 2004, some of the later souvenir sheets in useful quantities, some King George VI including the Silver Wedding high value, also some earlier used, the modern issues are Mint N.H. and Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
1,200
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4106
 
Hong Kong Treat Ports. Over 350 stamps with treaty port cancels, majority 19th Century, with some early 20th Century, good range of stamps and cancels, Queen Victoria heads to 96c, some stamp varieties such as 1865 48c Pale Rose with Inverted Watermark, some better surcharged stamps, also includes some fiscal stamps with different company cancels, mixed condition

E. 750-1,000
1,100
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4107
 
Hungary 1919-21 Occupation Issues. Specialized group on in an album, plus some others on album pages and stockcards, including Western Hungary, mostly unused singles, also some blocks, several covers including some better commercial uses, also a group of the underlying Harvesting and Parliament issues, largely Fine-Very Fine, a useful collection of these elusive stamps

E. 500-750
300
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4108
c
Hungary Covers and Postal Stationery. Nearly all from the 1880s and 1890s, 26 covers or used postal stationery with a range of uses, including a couple to New York, over 50 pieces of mint postal stationery, good variety with only slight duplication, Fine-Very Fine

E. 200-300
120
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4109
 
India and States Comprehensive Collection. To 1962 in a Scott album, early issues mainly used, value in 20th Century unused, which includes not only India, but a nice run of Convention States, with many of the key King George VI sets, also a solid group of Feudatory States, with many elusive stamps, some varieties present, slightly mixed quality on the early issues, but the 20th Century (where much of the value lies) is largely Fine-Very Fine

E. 4,000-5,000
18,000
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4110
 
India Accumulation. Four albums with various stamps of India proper, Convention States, and Feudatory States, album pages with useful stamps, better loose items such as No. 104 sheet with four "PIES-PIES" and four "NINE-NINE" varieties, 27 Mint N.H. sets of the 1949 U.P.U., Bhor fiscal stamp with inverted frame (Koeppel/Manners 151a) on large piece, various covers, and more, much is Fine-Very Fine, well worth a careful look

E. 2,000-3,000
10,000
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4111
c
India Advertising Cards. 33 postcards, mostly bearing 3p stamps and with attractive designs, many for merchants or stationer's, some small flaws but overall a Fine-Very Fine group

E. 400-500
300
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4112
c
Indian Feudatory States Covers. 66 covers, 43 of which are from Travancore, variety of other States, some on stationery (most of these uprated with adhesives), some with receipts attached, mainly Fine or better

E. 500-750
300
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4113
 
Iran Accumulation, 1889-1930. Housed on black stock pages in a binder, both used and unused, with some better sets and singles incl. Back-of-Book such as Air Post and Officials, prior owner's Scott Retail exceeds $11,000.00

E. 750-1,000
425
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4114
og
Ireland Unused Collection. 1922-93, nearly complete, appears to be lacking only the 10sh Second Setting overprint, including an excellent showing of early overprints with all printings, in mounts with many Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
800
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4115
 
Israel Assortment. A couple albums with some better early tabs, No. 1-9 tabs affixed to special presentation page (20m and 1,000m with separated perfs between stamp and tab), better items on lot cards, sheet of 1952 1,000p Menorah, covers and specialized material, mostly Fine-Very Fine, worth taking a look

E. 1,500-2,000
3,500
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4116
nh
Israel New Issue Accumulation. 1950s-1970s, filling a box, earliest is 1952, which includes a plate block of the 1,000p Menorah, later tabs and souvenir sheets, all in the original mailing envelopes from the Israel Post Office (often using tab stamps for the mailing), Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 300-400
325
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4117
c
Italian States Cover Group. Sixteen, one early stampless with San Salvador in Shield, five from Naples with multiple frankings, Parma 5c and 10c Black on one cover, Neapolitan Provinces mixed franking with Italy stamp, two Papal States bisect covers, a couple Lombary-Venetia including a 15c with scarce Piazza cancel, and more, somewhat mixed quality but in better condition than usually found

E. 1,000-1,500
1,500
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4118
 
Japan Assortment. Mostly on album pages and auction lot cards, the latter has some early stamps including three from the First Issue, plus some better unused sets, pages have some early used and 20th Century unused, with many sets, Back-of-Book, also some Manchukuo and Ryukyu Islands, early issues in typical mixed condition, later generally Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
5,750
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4119
og
Japan Souvenir Sheet Group. A few dozen, earliest is the 1935 1-1/2s Mt. Fuji sheetlet of 20, 1947 1.20y Light Olive Green souvenir sheet of 15, a dozen National Park souvenir sheets with folders, others mostly sheetlets from the 1950s, including a few Ryukyu islands, a few early are hinged, most Mint N.H., a couple trivial imperfections, otherwise Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
1,400
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4120
 
Korea Collection. To 1962 hinged on album pages, includes the 1903 Falcon set complete (no gum), later run of singles, No. C17-C19 souvenir sheets, plus a second set on a stocksheet, majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
1,200
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4121
 
Latin America Collections in Scott Specialty Albums. 24 albums, from South America, Central America, Latin West Indies, and Mexico, several are quite well filled with unused or used, some duplication of albums, mixed condition

E. 5,000-7,500
23,000
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4122
 
Latin America Group. About 70 items on auction lot cards from the late 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s, includes South America, Central America and a little Mexico, some early used and unused, better 20th Century unused sets, some varieties, many saleable items in the $100.00-$300.00 catalogue value range, some even higher, majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
3,500
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4123
 
Latin America First Issues. About 40 items from an exhibition collection, including Paraguay, Haiti, Chile, Guatemala, Argentina, Mexico, Cuba and Ecuador, used and unused stamps, plus six covers, several scarce and interesting items, mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
2,000
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4124
 
Latin America Specialized Groups. Various specialized collections, Peru is the most prominent, with early issues and American Bank Note Co. Specimens in blocks, also early Guatemala, Panama Map issues, some Colombia, an assortment of proofs, and more, well worth inspection

E. 1,000-1,500
3,500
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4125
 
Latin America Group of Better Items. Twelve mostly errors or varieties, on auction or sales cards, includes Panama 20c with inverted center, Bolivia No. C11-C15 with inverted surcharges, Brazil with classic used block, two No. C45 imperforate, and Rio Grande Do Norte revenue stamp imperforate and with inverted center, Mexico No. C191b pair, C194a pair and No. C3 imperforate, and a few others, most Fine-Very Fine, interesting group

E. 750-1,000
1,800
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4126
og
Lebanon Complete Unused Collection. To 1940, contains all major Scott numbers, incl. Semi-Postals, Air Posts and Postage Dues, Fine-Very Fine, ex Markowitz, Scott Retail

2,533
600
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4127
 
Liberia Accumulation Balance. Much of which consists of the various errors and varieties associated with this popular country incl. inverted centers, "Specimen" overprints and artist proofs, but also some better quality material such as No. 120a unused block, 1938 Air Post with "Proof" overprint in pairs, No. C48B used block on piece, one with missing surcharge and another with inverted surcharge, plus group of twelve covers from the Fosdyke-Ray collection with Missionary mail and multi-colored pictorial uses, Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
3,250
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4128
og
Malta Unused Collection. To 1953 on Scott pages, just about complete including the scarce 1919 10sh Black (light crease), includes Back-of-Book, most are Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
1,500
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4129
og
Martinique Nearly Complete Unused Collection. To 1940, lacking only the four scarce major numbers, mostly Fine-Very Fine, ex Markowitz, Scott Retail

3,718
750
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4130
c
Mexico 1872 Issue Postal History Group (Scott Nos. 93-95). 26 covers, attractive group on original auction lot cards from the 1970s, with different cancels and each addressed to New York, incl. 6c Green block of four with N.Y. Steamship cancel, mostly Very Fine

E. 400-500
1,400
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4131
og
Middle Congo Unused Collection. Complete for all major numbers, a good portion of the value is in six errors that each catalogue in the $150.00-250.00 range, Fine-Very Fine, ex Markowitz, Scott Retail

1,768
300
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4132
 
Nepal Specialized Collection of the Native Paper Issues. 1881-1928 on neatly annotated exhibition pages, with unused, used, multiples including complete sheets, shades, varieties, errors, covers and more, includes several of the 1917 -1/2a Red Orange and associated shades, including a tete-beche pair and a block of four (usual telegraph cancels), many large multiples showing a myriad of varieties and plate flaws, including missing cliches, inverted cliches, and tete-beche pairs, many items came from well-known collections such as Bates, Hardayal, Gupta, Singer and Evans, nine Geoffrey Flack certificates, overall a Fine collection of these delicate stamps, a superb start for a serious medal-winning exhibit

E. 7,500-10,000
14,000
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4133
 
Netherlands Collection. To 1980s in a Scott albums, better early unused including the first two issues, later definitive sets to the 10g unused or used, solid run of unused sets from 1920 onward, including Semi-Postals and Air Post, some Mint N.H., mixed condition on the early issues, otherwise mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
3,000
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4134
 
Netherlands Collection. To 1935 in an old Yvert & Tellier album, early issues mostly used including duplication, all of the 10g high values present, 20th Century unused or used including syncopated perfs, plus some colonies, much is Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
1,700
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4135
c
Netherlands Zeppelin Flight Covers. 18 covers or cards, wonderful range of colorful frankings and a fair number of scarce flights with several Oct. 1933 Century of Progress (Sieger 238E), 1930 Graf Zeppelin Round Trip, Iceland, Argentina, Netherlands, England and other South America flights, virtually all Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
900
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4136
 
New Republic Exceptional Collection. Well over 400 items on album pages (the best stamps were removed from the album pages and put on a stockpage), not only a solid run of the major listings (including duplication), but also many better dates, several tete-beche pairs, other varieties including a double impression, several with embossing inverted, mainly unused, but there are several used stamps which are much more difficult to find, condition is mixed as would be expected, but many of the better items are Fine-Very Fine, collections this substantial from the elusive colony of the New Republic are rarely seen, Stanley Gibbons catalogue value stated to be in excess of £40,000

E. 10,000-15,000
16,500
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4137
og
New Hebrides Practically Complete Unused Collection. To 1940, lacking only No. 35 for completion, also a complete run of Wallis & Fatuna, Fine-Very Fine, ex Markowitz, Scott Retail

1,546
225
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4138
 
New Zealand Chalon Heads from the Hackmey Collection. 28 used singles, two pairs and three covers, purchased as twelve lots in the 2010 Joseph Hackmey sale, all imperforate stamps from the 1855-58 or 1857-63 issues, includes one 1sh value (SG 6), some shades, cancels or varieties, some small faults, several four-margin examples, Fine-Very Fine appearing, six certificate accompany, SG catalogue value (not counting the covers) is about £15,000

E. 3,000-4,000
4,500
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4139
nh
Northern Rhodesia Unused Collection. 1925-63, in mounts on album pages, appears complete except for the 1963 Postage Due set, a few varieties, also includes Nyasaland 1945 set, and Rhodesia & Nyasaland 1959-62, vast majority (including the first set) Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
700
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4140
 
Sale Number 1143, Lot Number 4140, Collections and Accumulations - Europe thru Virgin IslandsNorway 1855 4s Blue Group (1; Facit 1), Norway 1855 4s Blue Group (1; Facit 1)Norway 1855 4s Blue Group (1; Facit 1). Nine, all with large to huge margins all around, a few different cancels including grid, target with number and circular datestamp, Very Fine-Extremely Fine, Scott Retail

1,575
450
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4141
og
Orange River Colony Balance. Unused singles and multiples on album pages, value in blocks of various sizes of the 1900 Surcharges, with several varieties, also King Edward VII Issue including 4p "IOSTAGE" variety in a strip of three, largely Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
800
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4142
 
Philippines Lot. Three albums and two stockbooks, one album is filled with mostly used stamps from U.S. Administration through the 1970s, other album has some used stamps and many covers from the 1930s-1960s, the two stockbooks are crammed with stamps ranging from Spanish period to modern, mixed condition

E. 500-750
1,000
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4143
S
Portuguese Colonies Specimen Overprints on 1898 King Carlos Issue. Sixteen different colonies (236 total stamps) with the King Carlos definitive series overprinted with a small diagonal "Specimen", slightly sweated original gum as expected, Fine-Very Fine, not often offered as a group from all of the colonies

E. 750-1,000
1,100
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4144
 
Russia Collection. To 1967 in a Scott album, early used stamps including No. 1, early 20th Century is a mix of unused and used, mainly unused (hinged) from 1943 onward, includes souvenir sheets and a few imperforate sets, majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
5,250
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4145
og
Russia Collection. To 1991 in three large Scott albums, value is the well-filled 20th Century, which are mostly unused sets, housed in mounts so the majority is Mint N.H., also some Back-of-Book and Republics, Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
2,900
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4146
c
Russia Zeppelin and Flight Covers. Fifteen, mostly used between 1932-35 but also one from 1939 and one from 1944, fantastic range of stamps, cachets and different flights, several better incl. 1932 Leningrad-Berlin, 1933 Chicago Flight from Moscow to Berlin, 1934 11th SAF card to Brazil franked with entire set of Airships (Scott C53-C57), several other better, overall fresh and Very Fine, a valuable and desirable group

E. 5,000-7,500
3,750
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4147
 
Saar Group. A solid run of unused or used on album pages, a couple stockpages with better unused sets and the two souvenir sheets, also two items on auction lot cards, much is Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
950
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4148
nhbl
St. Pierre & Miquelon 1942 "France Libre" Multiples Accumulation. Mint N.H. blocks of four, some with selvage, duplication with as much as seven blocks, from Nos. 209 to 255, B9-B10, J10-J17, J19-J20 and J46, obviously missing the rare values but with individual catalogue values up to $87.50, also with some singles which were uncounted, fresh and Fine, complete breakdown accompanies, Scott Retail as singles

15,381
2,000
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4149
 
Samoa (British) Group of G.R.I. Overprints. 32 used stamps, all are tied to piece, -1/2p on 5pf to 9p on 80pf, up to five of a value, also four Stanley Gibbons listed varieties, Fine-Very Fine, SG catalogue value over £1,400

E. 300-400
600
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4150
og
Saudi Arabia, Hejaz Collection. Over 130 mostly unused stamps housed on stock pages, begins with the 1916 First Issue design onwards into the overprint period and Jedda Issues, incl. some varieties such as inverted overprints, Postage Dues, and more, some better items noted incl. SG 74a, 127, 141 and D89a (Mint N.H. and signed both Graham and Wilson), most of the better items are signed and many plated by John Wilson or David Graham, mostly Very Fine, scarce grouping certified by respected authorities for this area, the catalogue value exceeds £6,100 in Stanley Gibbons

E. 1,000-1,500
750
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4151
 
Saudi Arabia Collection. In an album, most of the value in Hejaz issues of 1916-25, including Postage Dues, with straightforward unused or used, plus several multiples and some varieties, also some mostly used later issues, including Kingdom period, largely Fine-Very Fine, should be closely examined

E. 500-750
1,400
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4152
 
Scandinavia Collection. To 1960 in a Scott album, representation from all countries except Norway, early used stamps including Denmark with duplication, Finland roulettes and Sweden 1855 3s Green, 20th Century contains unused and used, with many complete sets, mixed condition, the later issues are largely Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
4,000
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4153
 
Somaliland Protectorate Collection. 1903-53, parallel unused and used collection, appears to be complete unused including Official stamps, good representation of used stamps, majority Fine-Very Fine, Stanley Gibbons catalogue value is over £3,000

E. 750-1,000
1,000
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4154
og
South Africa Unused Collection. 1910-61, on hingeless album pages, just about complete for the period (no postage dues or officials), with 1913-24 King George V set (£1 is SG 17a with R.P.S. certificate), and all of the later bilingual pair sets, some coils, all of the Air Post stamps, vast majority is Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
1,000
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4155
 
South Africa Interprovincial Period Unparalleled Collection. Neatly mounted, organized and knowledgeably described on exhibit pages covering the time period after the creation of the Union of South Africa in May 1910 by Cape of Good Hope, Natal, Transvaal and Orange Free State, whereas stamps, revenues, stationery and stamped stationery were valid for a period afterwards (stamps as late as 1937), also partially due to shortages, this collection includes examples used provincially (used within the same province) as well as interprovincially (i.e. Natal used in Transvaal), there is an incredible array of stamps incl. multiples, covers and stationery with a wide variety of uses such as railway markings, maritime, air posts, fiscal uses, governmental uses, customs duty, postage dues, forwarded mail, etc., collection also includes a one frame exhibit of Postal Stationery and two frame exhibit of Revenues with a wide range of documents and uses, there are also a few pages of stamps used in Basutoland and Swaziland plus a copy of The Interprovincial Stamps and Postmarks of the Union of South Africa by Berry and Vermaak, much is Fine-Very Fine, an undeniably difficult collection to recreate which would easily take a lifetime worth of effort to amass, a wonderful opportunity from which to continue building this collection

E. 3,000-4,000
5,250
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4156
 
Spanish Civil War Postal History Small Balance. Seven covers on lot cards, incl. Las Palmas local stamps, Burgos souvenir sheet, Jerez de la Frontera overprint errors, Vich locals, Segovia stamps and Barcelona F.I.J.L. label and another local cover, also with Spain 1940 Pillar Virgin imperf set and Canary Islands Edifil 29hcc error, mostly Very Fine, all ex Florence

E. 2,000-3,000
1,200
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4157
 
Switzerland 20th Century Accumulation. Unused and used in stockbooks and stockpages, value is in souvenir sheets and Semi-Postal sets, some duplication, the better items are Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
2,400
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4158
 
Switzerland Soldier's Mail Stamps. Extensive collection of over 2,000 neatly arranged on stockpages, includes both World War I and World War II, identified by Wittwer numbers, many of the better WWI stamps present, some perf varieties, also some proofs, blocks and sheetlets, some duplication up to five of each, largely Fine-Very Fine, a fascinating and substantial holding of these attractive and elusive stamps

E. 3,000-4,000
2,500
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4159
og
Syria Comprehensive Unused Collection. To 1940, lacking only a few stamps for completion, incl. the First Issue and all Air Posts complete, a few varieties, also selections of Latakia, Rouad and Alexandretta, majority Fine-Very Fine, one of the most substantial collections we have ever offered of this country, ex Markowitz, Scott Retail

10,433
2,700
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4160
nh
Thailand Souvenir Sheet Accumulation. Thousands from the 1990s (from Scott 1348a to 1676a), includes 1,000 of No. 1424a, others usually in quantities of 100 to 400 each, some still in sealed packs of 100, Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine, Scott Catalogue value stated to be $30,000.00

E. 1,500-2,000
2,000
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4161
og
Trinidad Unused Collections from the Vestey Collection. On album pages, much of the value is in the 1863-72 issues, duplicated with shades and watermark varieties, also a selection of the 1879-82 Surcharges, plus Postage Dues in control number blocks (two of the 1/- with upright stroke variety), early stamps a mix of no gum, part original gum and full original gum, largely Fine-Very Fine, Stanley Gibbons catalogue value stated to be £7,300

E. 1,000-1,500
2,100
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4162
og
Tunisia Complete Unused Collection. To 1940, complete run of Postage, Semi-Postal, Air Post and Parcel Post issues, largely Fine-Very Fine, ex Markowitz, Scott Retail

4,312
1,500
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4163
 
Turkey Errors and Varieties. Dozens on pages, with small study of 1918 2pa Surchages (No. 548A) and 1928 Second Izmir Issue, plus many Postal Tax items from 1932-55 incl. imperforates, part-perforates, inverts, essays and pair with one missing overprint, much is Fine-Very Fine, an interesting grouping

E. 750-1,000
800
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4164
 
Uruguay 19th Century Collection. 1856-60, on quadrille pages, over 100 mostly used stamps and three covers, six stamps from the 1856 Issue, ten from the 1858 Issue, plus a few forgeries, 1859 and 1860 are well represented, with all of the major numbers present, plus numerous varieties, all identified by Lee types, several with position numbers, forgeries are noted including Sperati, range of shades, cancels, etc., mixed condition, most with Fine-Very Fine appearance, excellent lot for the specialist in classic Uruguay

E. 1,500-2,000
2,700
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4165
 
Venezuela 19th Century Collection. 1859-1873, over 180 stamps on album pages, mostly used though there is some unused, duplication with cancels and shades, all issues from the period represented, also includes a selection of private steamship stamp from 1864-75, slightly mixed condition, Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 750-1,000
850
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4166
og
Virgin Islands 19th Century Unused Collection. On album pages, covers the period 1866-78, and also the 1899 Issue, solid run of the major numbers including the better stamps from the 1867-70 Issue, some duplication, with varieties such as SG 4a (B.P.A. certificate) and SG 21ba (small thin, B.P.A. certificate), also the 1887-89 set of four with "Specimen" overprint, a few small faults, mainly Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
2,000
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