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Sale 1140 — Outstanding United States Stamps, featuring The Irwin Weinberg Inventory

Sale Date — Wednesday-Friday, 9-11 November, 2016

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*A buyer’s premium of 15% of the winning bid was added as part of the total purchase price on all lots in this sale. Buyers were responsible for applicable sales tax, customs duty and any other prescribed charges. By placing a bid, bidders agreed to the terms and conditions in effect at the time of the sale.

Category — Group Lots by Issue

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
1538
 
Classics Balance, 1845-98. 19 used stamps, incl. Nos. 1, 7, 12, 17, 32-33 (32 with PFC), 38, 73, 77-78, 87-88, 93-95, 100, 120, 291 and 293, mixed condition, few sound and Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
850
1539
 
5c Red Brown, 10c Black, Balance (1-2). Accumulation mostly on 1970's era Siegel lot cards, also a few on Miner Stamp Co. sales sheets, 31 5c stamps plus one cover, incl. three Orange Brown, nearly all with handstamp cancels in red or blue, one pair with pen cancel removed, three 10c stamps incl. two with pen cancels and one with handstamp cancel, mostly with at least one margin in or with four margins and a flaw, Fine appearing 1847 balance and not often seen in this quantity, Scott Retail more than $15,000.00

E. 4,000-5,000
6,250
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1540
 
Sale Number 1140, Lot Number 1540, Group Lots by Issue5c Red Brown, 10c Black (1-2), 5c Red Brown, 10c Black (1-2)5c Red Brown, 10c Black (1-2). One of each, red grid cancels, small flaws including tiny edge tears, appear Fine

1,325
500
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1541
 
Sale Number 1140, Lot Number 1541, Group Lots by Issue5c Red Brown, 10c Black (1-2), 5c Red Brown, 10c Black (1-2)5c Red Brown, 10c Black (1-2). Both with ample to full margins all around, blue and red grid cancels respectively, 5c with small ink mark at bottom right, 10c with small faint vertical crease at bottom, Very Fine appearance

1,290
600
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1542
 
Sale Number 1140, Lot Number 1542, Group Lots by Issue5c Red Brown (1), 5c Red Brown (1)5c Red Brown (1). Seven singles and vertical pair, few in better shades, generally three or four margins, different cancels incl. black grid, one with green pen is not contemporary, mixed condition, few appear Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
1,100
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1543
 
5c Red Brown (1). Five singles, all but one with a handstamp cancel, three in red, one in blue, variety of shades, faulty, Very Good-Fine appearance

2,125
550
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1544
 
1851-57 Issues, Accumulation. Substantial accumulation of mostly used stamps on stock pages and a few 1970's era Siegel lot cards, very extensive group with duplication, incl. Nos. 7 (three), 8A (two), 9 (seven), 11-11A (study group of five pages incl. pairs), 12, 13 (three), 14 (three), 15 (eleven), 17 (eight), 18-20 combination pair (unused, original gum), 18 (two, one appears unused), 20 (two, one unused), 23 (two), 24 unused (four plus a no-gum block of nine), 24 used (13 incl. a cancel study) 25, 26 (unused), 27 (two), 28, 29 (one unused and seven used), 30 (two unused and one used), 30A (four), 31 (two), 33, 35 (five), 36/36B (seven incl. vertical pair cancelled in red), 37 (three unused and four used), 38 (one unused and eight used), 39 (unused), 40 (three), mixed condition with some flaws to be expected but overall Fine with many useful and saleable stamps, Scott Retail more than $50,000.00

E. 7,500-10,000
8,500
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1545
 
1c-12c 1851 Issue, Accumulation (7-17). Accumulation mostly on 1970's era Siegel lot cards, every stamp included except for Nos. 8 and 13, duplication on most, incl. on some better values with eleven No. 12 and seventeen No. 17, a number of unused incl. a few original gum No. 9, no-gum No. 15, largely handstamp cancels, some multiples present, some varieties incl. major plate crack on No. 7, flaws to be expected but many Fine-Very Fine stamps bought as individual lots up to 40 years ago, total Scott Retail more than $35,000.00

E. 5,000-7,500
8,000
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1546
 
1851-57 Issues, Balance. On stock cards, incl. Nos. 13, 14 (two), 15, 17 (pair plus singles), 17 on thin paper, (crease, Scott Retail $1,750.00), 29, 30A, 32, 33, 33 strip of three, 36, 36B, 37 and 38, some flaws to be found but several are sound, Fine with some Very Fine or Very Fine appearing, several certificates accompany, Scott Retail more than $7,000.00

E. 1,500-2,000
1,600
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1547
 
1c 1851-57 Issues, Collection Balance. 29 imperforate stamps and 13 perforated stamps on a stock page, each one plated, some with the assistance of Richard Celler, singles, pairs and strips, incl No. 7 from Plate 3 plus three other singles and two pairs, No. 9 incl. eight singles, two pairs and strips of three and six, variety of recuts, a single and one strip show centerlines, Nos. 18, 20 (two), 23 (two) and 24 (eight), wide variety of cancels incl. colored, carrier, Baltimore blue "Paid" double-circle, a few flaws to be found but overall a very attractive and worthwhile group, Scott Retail more than $6,800.00

E. 1,000-1,500
1,600
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1548
 
3c 1851-57 Issues, Collection (10-11A, 25-26). Substantial collection on stock pages, each page with labeled envelope indicating the plate from which the stamps originate, some pages sorted by condition as well -- a number of pages labeled "VF-XF" (and many in fact are) -- each stamp with a small tag indicating the plate position, wonderful range incl. more than 40 of No. 10 or 10A, more than 340 of No. 11 or 11A, nice representation of Plates 1, 2 and 3 including a reconstruction of the "Three Rows" positions, pairs and strips and position pieces abound with centerlines, wide variety of cancels, ten or more of No. 25, five of No. 25A, large number of No. 26 with varieties, also a page of 1c Nos. 9 and 24, some flaws obviously will be found in such a group but overall a most attractive and Fine collection, especially desirable with all the plating work that went into it, Scott Retail well in excess of $20,000.00 not counting any recut varieties or colored cancels, full scan available

E. 3,000-4,000
3,750
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1549
 
1c-90c 1857 Issue, Accumulation (18-39). Valuable accumulation mostly on 1970's era Siegel lot cards, every stamp included except for No. 19, duplication on most, incl. on some better values such as three No. 21, five No. 27, three No. 39, many unused incl. high-catalog items, some original gum on the unused incl. Mint N.H. block of No. 26, numerous multiples present in the 1c and 3c values, handstamp cancels on the used, flaws to be expected especially on the high catalog value stamps but many Fine-Very Fine stamps bought as individual lots up to 40 years ago, well worth review as there is substantial value here, total Scott Retail more than $80,000.00

E. 15,000-20,000
13,500
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1550
 
Sale Number 1140, Lot Number 1550, Group Lots by Issue1851-57 Issues, Captured Imprints, 1851-57 Issues, Captured Imprints1851-57 Issues, Captured Imprints. Group of 11 items, each with a part captured imprint, four of No. 11A, three of No. 24 plus a strip of three, one shows "7P" plate no., one of no. 27 and one of No. 35, also a cover with No. 26 and "enterar" error in the part imprint, centering obviously is off on the perforated stamps in order for the imprints to be present, a few small flaws as well, a fascinating and desirable group

E. 750-1,000
700
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1551
 
3c Dull Red, Ty. III (26). Approximately 275 stamps mounted on album pages, constructed as a study of town circular datestamps, double-circle and single-circle styles, some faults no doubt but also some well-centered stamps, largely Fine with some Very Fine

2,475
400
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1552
 
1861-68 Issues, Accumulation. Substantial accumulation of mostly used stamps on stock pages and a few 1970's era Siegel lot cards, very extensive group with heavy duplication, incl. Nos. 62B (two), 63 (five unused incl. block of four), 65 (more than 130 as a cancel study), 67 (four), 68 (29, incl. a cancel study), 69 (15), 70/78 (16 incl. shades and sub-numbers), 71 (27 incl. a nice group of cancel varieties), 72 (one unused plus 15 used), 73, 75 (eight), 76 (one unused plus nine used, some with better cancels), 77 (15), Grills incl. Nos. 79 (three plus a "music box" grill essay), 83 (three), 85 (two), 85B, 85E (two), complete E and F grills incl. multiple copies of better such as Nos. 91, 95, 99, 100 and 101, also Re-Issue No. 102 (two), mixed condition especially on the high catalog value stamps with faults and perfs to in, still a very notable lot with substantial retail potential, Scott Retail more than $85,000.00

E. 10,000-15,000
12,500
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1553
 
1c-90c 1861 Issue, Accumulation (62B/78). Substantial accumulation on 1970's era Siegel lot cards, many better stamps with duplication, both used and unused, incl. some blocks, mix of original gum, no gum and regummed on the unused, lots of highlights too numerous to mention, with catalog values to a couple thousand dollars plus an unused No. 70b (defective), mixed condition with faults to be expected on the better stamps, worth review as this is a valuable lot, Scott Retail more than $50,000.00

E. 5,000-7,500
8,000
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1554
 
1861-67 Issues, Balance. On stock cards, incl Nos. 64, 64b, 68, 69, 71, 72, 73, 75 (two), 76, 77, 78 (four, incl. sub-shades), range of grills incl. Nos. 86-87, 89 (two), 90-91, 93 (four), 92, 96-100, nice range of cancels, mixed condition with some flaws to be expected, overall Fine and attractive group, three certificates accompany, Scott Retail more than $11,000.00

E. 1,000-15,000
1,200
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1555
 
1867 Grilled Issue, Balance (79/101). On 1970's era Siegel lot cards, balance with many better stamps incl. a good deal unused, highlights incl. Nos. 79 (two, one unused), 84, (two), 85B apparently unused (faulty), 88 unused imprint pair and block of four, 89 original gum, 91 double grill, 94 unused blocks of four, 95 original gum, two 99 unused, 100 unused, 101 unused and four used, also two No. 102 Re-Issue and a handful of covers, mixed condition with flaws to be expected, still a worthwhile balance with many scarce and seldom seen unused grills, Scott Retail more than $75,000.00 (assuming all those that appear unused are in fact unused)

E. 7,500-10,000
12,500
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1556
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Sale Number 1140, Lot Number 1556, Group Lots by Issue2c-24c D., E., F. Grills (85, 89, 95, 97, 99), 2c-24c D., E., F. Grills (85, 89, 95, 97, 99)2c-24c D., E., F. Grills (85, 89, 95, 97, 99). Five unused stamps, No. 85 disturbed original gum (faults incl. toned and sealed tear), Nos. 95 and 99 large part original gum, each with perfs cutting in on one at least side and with flaws, overall Very-Good to Fine appearance and difficult to find unused, Scott Retail $23,700.00

E. 1,000-1,500
1,000
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1557
 
1867-70 Issues Balance. On stock cards and page, more than 130 stamps with a wide range of denominations, better incl. Nos. 115-121 with some duplication, 137-139, 153-155 with duplication, also a nice range of varieties incl. grill varieties with No. 118 split grill, No. 135 end roller grill, captured plate no., double paper and others, some nicer cancels, mixed condition with flaws to be found, overall Fine group, Scott Retail well in excess of $13,000.00

E. 1,500-2,000
2,100
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1558
 
1c-90c 1869 Pictorial Issue, Accumulation (112-122). Valuable accumulation mostly on 1970's era Siegel lot cards, every denomination represented with substantial duplication incl twelve 90c, lots of unused with every value except 15c Ty. I and 90c represented, with heavy unused duplication of the 15c Ty II, 24c and 30c values, mostly no gum or regummed for the unused but a few original gum will be found, range of cancels in the used portion with some better on the 2c-3c, mixed condition with flaws to be expected on the better stamps but some sound stamps will be found as well, a valuable lot worth careful review, Scott Retail more than $80,000.00

E. 10,000-15,000
14,000
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1559
 
1c-90c 1869 Pictorial Issue, Accumulation (112-122). Substantial mostly used accumulation, multiple copies of each denomination, high values include eight 15c Ty. I, eight 15c Ty. II, thirteen 24c, fifteen 30c and seven 90c, unused with two blocks of four of the 2c, also group of 3c showing colored cancels incl. two cancelled in green, centering ranges up to Fine and faults to be expected with some space fillers, but there are some sound stamps as well, huge retail potential with Scott value exceeding $50,000.00

E. 5,000-7,500
7,500
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1560
 
Sale Number 1140, Lot Number 1560, Group Lots by Issue1c-30c 1869 Pictorial Issue, Fancy Cancels (112/121), 1c-30c 1869 Pictorial Issue, Fancy Cancels (112/121)1c-30c 1869 Pictorial Issue, Fancy Cancels (112/121). Ten stamps and one cover, choice range of fancy cancels incl. 1c Pumpkin Face, 2c Maltese Cross tied on cover, 3c Fouled Anchor, 3c Four Playing Card Suits, 10c "Paid" in Shield of Dedham Mass., 15c Ty. I Star, 15c Ty. II "Paid 3" in arc, 24c Segmented Leaf, two other 24c with Stars, 30c Clover Leaf, a few minor stamp flaws but the strikes are Very Fine, a nice group, all but the 15c Ty. I with P.F. certificates

E. 2,000-3,000
1,100
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1561
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1c-15c 1869 Pictorial Issue and Re-Issue (113/133). Group of 11 unused stamps, incl. Nos. 113 (original gum), 114, 116-117, 118 (large part original gum), 119, 123 (two, original gum), 126 and 133 (two), each with faults ranging from minor to more serious (No. 118 reperfed at least two sides but still a decent space filler), overall Very-Good to Fine appearance, Scott Retail approximately $15,000.00

E. 750-1,000
2,100
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1562
 
Sale Number 1140, Lot Number 1562, Group Lots by Issue1c-3c 1869 Pictorial Issue (112-114, 133), 1c-3c 1869 Pictorial Issue (112-114, 133)1c-3c 1869 Pictorial Issue (112-114, 133). Group of unused blocks, incl. 1c block of four (no gum), 2c three blocks of four (two with h.r., one large part disturbed original gum), 3c two blocks of four and block of six (two disturbed original gum, one h.r.), 1c soft paper block of four, original gum, some reinforced perf separations, some flaws to be expected, appear Fine, Scott Retail counting first 1c block as four no-gum singles

18,550
1,600
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1563
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1c-30c 1869 Pictorial Re-Issue (123/133a). Balance mostly on 1970's era Siegel lot cards, most stamps from the series included (no 3c, 12c or 90c) with duplication incl. numerous copies of 1c and 2c values, four of 6c, two of 10c, four of 15c, two of 24c, one 30c, numerous copies of soft paper 1c incl. a pair, largely unused with a handful used, the unused majority with no gum though some original gum found as well especially on the 2c value, mixed condition with a small flaw or one side close, Fine balance with many attractive stamps, Scott Retail more than $22,000.00

E. 4,000-5,000
6,750
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1564
 
1870-88 Bank Note Issues, Accumulation. Group of mostly used stamps on stock pages with duplication, incl. Nos. 136 (11), 137, 138 (nine), 139 (two), 145-154 with some duplication incl. Nos. 150, 152 and 153 unused, No. 155 (five), 156-165 incl. several unused, 166 (nine), 190 (four unused), 191 (one unused, one used), range of 1882 and later Large Bank Notes incl. 217 (three, original gum) and 218 (one original gum, seven used), mixed condition with some flaws to be found, otherwise Fine, Scott Retail more than $30,000.00

E. 4,000-5,000
3,500
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1565
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1870-88 Bank Note Issues, Unused Balance. On about 80 old auction lot cards, with representation from all of the Large Bank Note issues, including several grilled, higher values from the National and Continental printings which carry a high catalogue value, various American Bank Note Co. issues including two No. 211B, there are no gum, part original gum, and full original gum stamps, centering varies but does include some Very Fine, some with faults (mostly small), the catalogue value is quite high, as even the most conservative method of cataloguing will come up with a figure well in excess of $50,000.00

E. 5,000-7,500
9,500
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1566
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1870-93 Bank Note Issues, Unused Balance (153/229). On stock cards, incl. Nos. 153, 154, 161 (large part original gum), 165, 188, 190, 191, 212 (block of ten with plate no. and part imprint), 217 (two, glazed and large part original gum), 218 (part original gum), 219D (two blocks of four, most stamps Mint N.H.), 224P and 228-229 (original gum), some flaws to be expected but overall an attractive group, Scott Retail more than $13,000.00

E. 2,000-3,000
1,600
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1567
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1870-88 Bank Note Issues, Unused Blocks and Multiples. 41 Large Bank Note items, mostly blocks of four, but a few larger including No. 211 imprint block of eight, also some imprint strips such as No. 205 strip of five, includes blocks of Nos. 136, 146, 157 and 179, many cataloguing $500.00-$1,500.00 each, most with original gum, some stamps Mint N.H., generally Fine, the catalogue value is many multiples of our estimate, probably in the mid-five figures

E. 3,000-4,000
12,500
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1568
 
1870-88 Bank Note Issues, Used Balance. 38 used stamps, including Nos. 134, 136A, 149, 150 (graded 90), 151, 152, 153, 160, 162, 208, 210 with Kicking Mule fancy cancel, 227-229, selected by the owner for superior appearance, Very Fine-Extremely Fine and desirable group, 16 with certificates including few graded such as 136A XF-90, 150 XF-90, 205 XF-90, 220c XF-90 and 224 XF-90J, also a few with older certificates as clear and newer with faults such as No. 153 reperfed (ex Dr. Morris)

2,011
2,100
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1569
 
Bank Note Used Group. Several dozen on old auction lot cards, value in the Grilled Issue, with denominations to 15c, later issues to 90c, some duplication including about 30 each Nos. 159 and 186, also pairs of Nos. 162 and 165, mixed condition, most with Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 750-1,000
850
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1570
 
Kicking Mule Fancy Cancellation Collection. One binder containing 20 off-cover stamps and over 20 covers, nearly all are second type mules ranging in dates of use from the 1880's to late 90's, most of the covers are from Port Townsend WA with some from Forbestown CA (these are mostly poor strikes), stamps bearing mule cancels incl. Nos 187 (P.F. certificate), 189, 209, five Postage Dues and 3c Interior and 12c War Officials, some of the frankings on cover are unusual as well, also there is correspondence from Lee Cornell, writer and publisher of The Tale of the Kicking Mule (copy of his booklet accompanies), quality somewhat mixed, still largely Fine-Very Fine, an excellent foundation for expansion and eventual exhibition, fascinating lot

E. 3,000-4,000
4,000
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1571
 
Bank Note Stamps with Better Cancels. On eleven auction lot cards, includes colorful NYFM, some on 6c stamps that were bought in the Landau sale, groups of 2c and 3c with various fancy cancels, others with values to 12c, plus hundreds (perhaps 1,000) 3c Green on album pages neatly arranged by cancel type, including fancy, stamps are in mixed condition, strikes are generally Very Fine with some choice examples

E. 750-1,000
1,300
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1572
 
6c Carmine (148). Mostly used balance comprising 90 singles, used multiples incl. four pairs, strip of three and a block of four, production varieties, shades, fancy cancels, etc., better items incl. unused single with P.F. certificate, colored cancels in green, Yokohama, Danbury “Top Hat”, “Weeping Abe” plate gouge, five pre-printing paper folds, rare shades such as Brownish Carmine and Violet Carmine, Pink, some faults, overall a Fine-Very Fine and desirable group, ex Landau

E. 1,500-2,000
1,200
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1573
 
6c Dull Pink (159). Comprehensive balance of mostly used stamps, incl. over 120 singles and used multiples: eight pairs, nine strips of up to six stamps, blocks of four, six and ten, incl. production and printing varieties, shades, fancy cancels, etc., better items incl. double perfs, double paper, colored cancels, fancy cancels such as Steamer “Alaska”, Dedham “Paid” starred shield, Hebron anchor, etc., some faults, overall a Fine-Very Fine group, ex Landau

E. 2,000-3,000
1,600
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1574
 
6c Pink (186). Group of 43 items, incl. unused single (preprinting crease), pair with plate capture "305" and a reconstruction of imprint, also 24 singles with fancy cancels incl. Syracuse Masonic trowel, Pittsburgh “RKN”, Worcester shield, geometrics, multiples incl. two pairs, strip of three and strip of seven (largest recorded), block of six (reconstructed from two strips), also eight singles comparing Continental and American papers, few faults, a Fine group which was the balance of an exhibition collection, ex Landau

E. 750-1,000
650
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1575
 
6c Rose, Deep Brown Red (208, 208a). Ten items, incl. No. 208a unused (1976 PFC) and used block of four (rejoined), others are 208 (shades) incl. foldover affecting perfs, double perfs on one side, four pairs, strip of three and block of four, range of cancels, some faults, overall appear Fine, ex Landau

E. 500-750
650
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1576
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1c-90c 1890 Issue Unused Group (219-229). A few dozen items mostly on old lot cards, mainly singles, but some blocks (including a No. 219 plate block of sixteen and No. 228 block of four), twelve 90c values and several 15c and 30c, nearly all with original gum, slightly mixed condition, most with Fine-Very Fine appearance, Scott Retail approximately $20,000.00

E. 2,000-3,000
3,750
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1577
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1c-$5.00 Columbian (230-245). Unused accumulation on stock pages, each value represented with duplication on most, better items incl. plate blocks of eight and ten of 1c, more than 10 of 30c, four of 50c, dollar values with range of one to three incl. three $2.00 and two each $4.00 and $5.00, original gum on the lower values, the dollar values no gum or regummed, some flaws to be expected but overall an attractive and Fine group, Scott Retail more than $15,000.00

E. 2,000-3,000
3,750
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1578
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$1.00-$5.00 Columbian, Unused Group (241-245). On old auction lot cards, contains eleven $1.00, sixteen $2.00, and five each $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00, includes original gum, no gum and regummed, mixed condition, Fine or better centering, Scott Retail more than $37,000.00

E. 4,000-5,000
12,500
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1579
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1c-50c Columbian, Unused Group (230-240). Over 90 old auction lot cards, many contain one stamp, some contain a group of stamps, includes at least 25 each of the 15c, 30c and 50c values, majority with original gum, some Mint N.H., somewhat mixed condition, small faults here and there, many Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
3,500
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1580
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1c-50c Columbian, Unused Blocks (230-240). Over 50 blocks, mostly of four, but a few larger, most on old auction lot cards, each value represented by more than one, including three each 30c and 50c, nearly all with original gum, some stamps Mint N.H., some small faults and reinforcing, Fine-Very Fine appearance, Scott Retail (as hinged blocks) is in excess of $25,000.00

E. 3,000-4,000
4,750
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1581
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Columbian Issue, Plate Blocks and Strips. Plate blocks of six or eight of 1c (four), 2c (three) and 3c (two), plate blocks of 25 of 4c and 8c, plate strips of four of 3c, 4c, 6c, 10c and 15c (two), and a plate strip of three of 30c, almost all with original gum, some stamps Mint N.H., some small faults and reinforcing, Fine-Very Fine appearance, Scott Retail (counting strictly as hinged plate blocks) approximately $15,000.00

E. 2,000-3,000
2,600
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1582
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1c-30c Columbian (230-236, 238-239). Blocks of four, 1c, 5c, 6c and 15c two stamps Mint N.H., rich colors, 8c one stamp thin spot, Fine group

4,648
450
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1583
 
$1.00-$5.00 Columbian, Used Group (241-245). On old auction lot cards, contains six $1.00, fourteen $2.00, six $3.00, three $4.00 and one $5.00, also two 30c and one 50c, mixed condition, some with faults, most have Fine-Very Fine appearance

21,700
5,250
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1584
 
1c-$5.00 Columbian (230-245). Complete used set, rich color, some small faults, Fine to mostly Very Fine appearance

4,740
1,400
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1585
 
Columbian Collateral Group. Three unused sets of ten of Columbian Exposition Souvenir Cards (EX15-24), with multicolored illustrations of Exposition buildings, one illustrated of the battleship Illinois, two of these with original envelope, also eight (four different) admission tickets, souvenir cards are Very Fine

E. 400-500
300
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1586
 
1894-98 Bureau Issues, Accumulation (246-283). Significant accumulation mostly on 1970's era Siegel lot cards, largely unused with some used as well, very heavy in the dollar denominations with lots of duplication of both unwatermarked and watermarked top values, incl. multiple copies of the $5.00, the unused dollar values with a mix of no gum, regummed and some original gum, lower denominations largely original gum, range of blocks and plate no. multiples incl. some better, mixed condition with flaws to be found on the better stamps, worth careful review as this is a valuable lot, Scott Retail more than $45,000.00

E. 7,500-10,000
11,000
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1587
 
1894-1902 Bureau Issues. Group of used and unused stamps on stock pages, incl. Nos. 259 (two, original gum), 260 (four, three original gum), 261 (two, original gum), 262 (regummed), 263 (used), 274 (unused, two original gum), 276 (one unused and four used), 276A (five used), 277 (four used), 278 (five used), 310 (two unused and one used), 311 (used), 312 (one unused and two used), 313 (one unused, regummed and two used), mixed condition, overall Fine appearing group, Scott Retail approximately $19,000.00

E. 2,000-3,000
3,250
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1588
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1894-1908 Bureau Issues (249/320). Group of mostly unused original gum stamps on 1970's era Siegel lot cards, 1894-95 Issues incl. blocks of four of Nos. 249, 250 (six), 252, 255 (four, shade variety), 256 (two), pair of No. 258a, singles of Nos. 275, 276, 277 (two, small thins), much of the gum with h.r., also some used incl. Nos. 277 and 278 (three), 1902 Issue incl. four sets or part sets to 15c value, some multiples incl. 4c imprint strips of four (four), 13c Mint N.H. imprint and plate no. strip of six, 50c block of four, (all affected by thins), also $2.00 used, some flaws or messy gum to be found, overall Fine group, Scott Retail more than $17,000.00

E. 2,000-3,000
2,800
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1589
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Sale Number 1140, Lot Number 1589, Group Lots by Issue50c-$1.00 1894-95 Bureau Issues (260-261, 275), 50c-$1.00 1894-95 Bureau Issues (260-261, 275)50c-$1.00 1894-95 Bureau Issues (260-261, 275). Blocks of four, incl. two of No. 275, original gum, h.r., bright colors, some perf separations, Fine

9,300
1,400
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1590
 
Sale Number 1140, Lot Number 1590, Group Lots by Issue1894-95 Bureau Issues, Perforation Varieties (256, 258, 260, 266-267), 1894-95 Bureau Issues, Perforation Varieties (256, 258, 260, 266-267)1894-95 Bureau Issues, Perforation Varieties (256, 258, 260, 266-267). Five items, No. 256 original gum block of ten, perf foldover causing imperforate left margin on bottom left stamp and mostly imperforate left margin on the stamp above, No. 258 perforated on three sides and with wide selvage at left where imperforate, No. 260 bottom plate no. 75 single, unusual freak perforations at bottom caused by foldover in selvage, No. 266 bottom right corner selvage vertical strip of three, foldover causing bottom stamp to be missing perfs at right and also partly printed on the gummed side, No. 267 Mint N.H. imprint and plate no. 419 strip of seven, freak perfs at top caused by foldover with imprint and plate no. strip plus one one other imperforate at top and another almost completely imperforate at top, a few minor flaws, fascinating group, ex "Whitpain"

E. 1,000-1,500
750
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1591
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1898-1914 Commemoratives, Balance. Unused group incl. Trans-Mississippi Issue 1c Mint N.H. block of four, 2c-50c original gum with extra 2c, 5c and 8c, also 50c used, Pan-American Issue incl. blocks of 1c-2c and 4c (latter disturbed gum), also imprint pair of 1c, singles of 4c-10c with couple no-gum extras, Louisiana Purchase complete with extras, 1909 incl. Lincoln on Bluish, few Panama Pacific, overall Fine, Scott Retail more than $4,000.00

E. 1,000-1,500
950
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1592
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1c-$2.00 Trans-Mississippi, Unused Group (285-293). Over 60 stamps, all values represented, most are on old individual lot cards where purchased individually or in small groups, includes ten 50c, three $1.00 and one $2.00, most with original gum, some small faults ($2.00 with natural straight-edge), Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 1,500-2,000
4,000
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1593
 
50c-$2.00 Trans-Mississippi, Used Group (291-293). On old auction lot cards, two 50c, ten $1.00 and four $2.00, some small faults, Fine-Very Fine appearance

12,050
3,500
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1594
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1c-10c Trans-Mississippi, Blocks and Plate Blocks (285-290). 21 items mostly on old auction cards, blocks include three 10c, five are imprint and plate no. pairs to 10c, various plate blocks of four or six to 5c, also 2c plate blocks of 10 and 25 and a complete pane of 50 (some separations and extensive hinge reinforcements), original gum, some Mint N.H., a few small faults or reinforcing, otherwise Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail over $10,000

E. 1,500-2,000
2,800
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1595
 
Sale Number 1140, Lot Number 1595, Group Lots by Issue1c-$2.00 Trans-Mississippi, Balance (285-293), 1c-$2.00 Trans-Mississippi, Balance (285-293)1c-$2.00 Trans-Mississippi, Balance (285-293). Balance of unused and used stamps, all denominations included except 8c, 1c-4c in imprint and plate no. pairs (first two Mint N.H.), 2c unused block of four, 4c unused, 5c unused (two), 10c unused (three), 50c unused and used (two and five respectively), $1.00 unused (two, no gum and regummed), $1.00 used (defective), $2.00 used, most of the unused with original gum, some small flaws to be found incl. on the dollar values, Fine-Very Fine or appear so

7,090
1,600
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1596
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1c-10c Pan-American (294-299). Accumulation on stock cards, all values complete with duplication, singles incl. three of 8c and six of 10c, multiples incl. 1c-2c imprint and plate no. strips of four plus position blocks, 4c imprint and plate no. strip of three, 8c block of four, a couple small gum or condition problems, overall Fine with some Very Fine, Scott Retail more than

2,500
425
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1597
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1c-$2.00 1902 Issue, Balance (300-312). Mostly unused on 22 old auction lot cards, some are groups of lower values, higher values include seven 50c, six $1.00 and three $2.00, also seven used $2.00, mixed condition, some small faults, Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 1,500-2,000
2,100
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1598
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1c-50c 1902 Issue, Blocks and Plate Blocks (300-310, 314/320A). 22 unused items mostly on old auction lot cards (some of these items contain more than one item), plate blocks include Nos. 304 and 320A, blocks to 50c and many blocks of the 5c-13 values, some small faults, Fine-Very Fine appearance, Scott Retail approaches (if not exceeds) $10,000.00

E. 1,500-2,000
2,200
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1599
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1c, 2c Louisiana Purchase (323, 324). Accumulation of 66 of 1c and 65 of 2c on stock pages, incl. two blocks of ten and three blocks of four of 1c, blocks of 20 and 16 of 2c, some pairs of both, virtually all Mint N.H., few minor faults, overall a Fine group with a few Very Fine, Scott Retail as Mint N.H. singles

8,515
1,100
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1600
nh
1c, 2c Jamestown (328-329). Accumulation consisting of 73 of 1c and 51 of 2c, mostly Mint N.H., incl. blocks of 12, 10 and four (2) of 1c and blocks of ten, eight, six (3) and four (2) of 2c, bright colors, few small faults, a Fine group with a few Very Fine, Scott Retail as Mint N.H. singles

8,170
900
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1601
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Sale Number 1140, Lot Number 1601, Group Lots by Issue1c-15c 1908-09 Issue (331-340), 1c-15c 1908-09 Issue (331-340)1c-15c 1908-09 Issue (331-340). Blocks of four, some h.r., bright colors, perhaps a small flaw or two, Fine

1,735
375
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1602
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1909-14 Washington-Franklin Issues, Better Balance (341/459). 26 stamps, all better items incl. Nos. 341 (two), 342 (four), 353 line pair, 358 (imprint block of four and plate block of six which is separated vertically), 366 (four, including a pair and a single with selvage), 423 (three) and 459 (Mint N.H.), some small flaws, mostly Fine, Scott Retail more than $11,000.00

E. 1,500-2,000
3,250
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1603
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1909-19 Washington-Franklin Issues, Balance. Dozens of unused stamps on 1970's era Siegel lot cards, range from Nos. 343 thru 535 with part sets, coils incl. No. 348, perf 12, 10 and 11 issues represented as well as a number of 3c offset in blocks of four (incl. Nos. 529a and 530a double impressions), a few flaws but overall Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
1,600
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1604
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Washington-Franklin Unused Group. Over 50 old auction lot cards, some contain one stamp, others with sets or groups of stamps, includes several 50c and $1.00 high values, a few 1c and 2c Bluish Paper, at least ten of the 5c error No. 505, several Mint N.H., some small faults but the majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
5,250
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1605
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Washington-Franklin Plate Blocks. 40 old auction lot cards (some have more than one plate block), from the whole range of Washington-Franklin issues, including several from the Offset Printing, many cataloguing hundreds of dollars each, a few over $1,000.00, such as Nos. 381, 407, 518 and 545, some matched sets, a few minor faults and some reinforcing, mainly Fine-Very Fine, the value adds up, as even conservatively catalogued all as hinged, it would be well over $10,000.00

E. 2,000-3,000
2,700
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1606
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1909-19 Washington-Franklin Issues, Plate Blocks. 13 plate blocks of six, incl. Nos. 340, 379, 383-384, 427, 508, 511, 513, 534-536, a few Mint N.H., a flaw or two may be found but overall Fine group

3,315
600
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1607
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Washington-Franklin Blocks Balance. Old-time dealer stock pages containing thirteen blocks, incl. blocks of four of Nos. 407, 414, 415, 418, 419, 426-429, 475, 500, 547, last is plate block of 414, few stamps Mint N.H. incl. all of 475 and 547, few h.r., overall Fine with a few Very Fine

6,642
1,700
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1608
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Washington-Franklin Unused Blocks. Over 40 old auction lot cards with blocks of four (some cards contain more than one block), many imperforate issues, including arrow and center line blocks, better values such as No. 419, several 1c and 2c Bluish Paper, No. 546, and more, many stamps (and some complete blocks) are Mint N.H., largely Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
2,500
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1609
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Washington-Franklin Coil Group. On about 75 old auction lot cards (mostly Siegel in the 1970s), most in pairs including several line pairs, a few singles and some strips of four (including No. 453 line strip), a few used, a large number cataloguing hundreds of dollars each, many Mint N.H., vast majority Fine-Very Fine, high catalogue value and resale potential

E. 2,000-3,000
10,500
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1610
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1c-10c Panama-Pacific Issue (307-403). Old-time stock pages of unused singles and blocks, incl. blocks of four of Nos. 397-400A and 403, additional blocks of four of 397-399 (last Mint N.H.), also singles of each, Fine-Very Fine group

4,264
1,500
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1611
 
1c-10c Panama-Pacific (397-404). Specialized collection of unused and used singles, blocks, and a few plate blocks, also slogan cancels, precancels and plate no. singles, unused incl. blocks of four of Nos. 397-400 and 401-402 and plate block of 398, used plate blocks of Nos. 399 and 401, other interesting incl. San Francisco precancels on 398-401 (plus Detroit, Cleveland & St. Louis on 397), also incl. three covers: 401 pair, 403 pair and 404 single, mixed condition but generally Fine-Very Fine appearing, Scott Retail (counting used plate blocks as block of four and two singles) is over $8,000.00

E. 1,500-2,000
1,500
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1612
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1c-10c Panama-Pacific (397-404). Unused and used accumulation, multiple copies of some, incl. Nos. 399 (five), 400 (five), 400A (two), 403 (three), 404 (two unused, seven used), also blocks of four of Nos. 397-398 and 401-402, a few small flaws or gum problems, overall Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail approximately

4,300
1,300
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1613
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Sale Number 1140, Lot Number 1613, Group Lots by Issue1917-22 Dollar Values (479/573), 1917-22 Dollar Values (479/573)1917-22 Dollar Values (479/573). Original gum stamps on a stock card, incl. Nos. 479 (two), 480 (four), 523 (two), 524 (three plus a used block of four), 547 (two), 572 (five), 573 and 573a, decent gum with a couple lightly hinged, a couple disturbed, Fine-Very Fine group

3,755
1,600
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1614
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5c Rose (505). On Siegel auction lot cards from the 1970s, consisting of five in blocks of six, two in blocks of nine, two double errors in blocks of twelve, also No. 467 in a block of six, some error stamps Mint N.H. though we have conservatively catalogued everything as hinged, one double error block has a small bit of gum staining affecting the errors, a few 2c stamps with faults, otherwise a Fine group

5,850
2,300
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1615
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Sale Number 1140, Lot Number 1615, Group Lots by Issue$2.00, $5.00 1918-20 Issues (523-524, 547), $2.00, $5.00 1918-20 Issues (523-524, 547)$2.00, $5.00 1918-20 Issues (523-524, 547). Four of first, one barely hinged, two with vignette shifts to right, Nos. 524 and 547 Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

2,730
900
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1616
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1c-2c 1919-21 Issues (538/543). Twelve blocks and a few pairs, incl. different configurations of plate blocks of 538 (2), 540 (3 incl. S30 inverted), also 540 block of four with bottom selvage and imperforate at bottom, 541, also left plate block of No. 542, few Mint N.H., overall fresh and Fine-Very Fine

2,495
325
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1617
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-1/2c-$2.00 1922-25 Issue (551-572, 622-623). Old-time stock pages with blocks of four, 63 total with duplication of many denominations, some stamps Mint N.H., bright colors, overall fresh and Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail as blocks of four with no premium for Mint N.H. stamps

4,221
800
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1618
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1c-10c 1923-26 Issue, Perf 10 (581-591). Impressive holding of Mint N.H. multiples, most are blocks of 64 with plate no., 7c is block of 60, 10c ten singles, bright and fresh colors, 8c one column with gum skip, 90c unusual plate wash, overall Fine-Very Fine, an impressive holding of this issue, Scott Retail as singles and plate blocks of four

22,095
2,500
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1619
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1922-25 Issue, Plate Blocks. 17 plate blocks on 1970's era Siegel lot cards, between Nos. 556 and 571 with a couple duplicated, more than half Mint N.H., No. 571 top is particularly nice, Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail more than

4,525
1,000
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1620
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1922 and Later Issues, Balance. On 1970's era Siegel lot cards, sets or part sets incl. Nos. 551-572, 572 Mint N.H. with selvage, two Mint N.H. pairs of 599A, plate blocks of Nos. 575-576, 611 (four, from each position), 612, 632-642 less No. 634A which is present as a Mint N.H. single, Kansas-Nebraska incl. Nos. 658-668 with some Mint N.H., plate blocks of Nos. 667, 669, 670 and 672, Presidentials in blocks of four incl. arrow blocks of $1.00 and $2.00, overall Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail approximately

4,500
700
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1621
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1c-10c Kans., Nebr. Overprints (658-679). Complete set of 22 in used blocks of four, also used plate no. blocks of 1-1/2c, 3c and 4c Kansas, used blocks of eight of 1-1/2c and 2c Kansas, used block of six of 10c Nebraska, plus a few unused blocks of Nebraska, one showing misplaced ovpt. in top row, a few small flaws may be encountered as usual for used blocks, overall Fine-Very Fine, used blocks (and plate blocks) are unpriced in Scott, Scott Retail as singles more than $1,600.00

E. 500-750
325
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1622
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Famous Americans Accumulation. Carton consisting mostly of panes and plate bocks, incl. four panes of each of the 10c stamps (including Bell, which has a total of six panes), some matched plate blocks, large accumulation of other panes, some faults, overall Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
1,800
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1623
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Farley Accumulation. Massive accumulation of panes, blocks, plate blocks and larger multiples, incl. three complete sets of all Farley sheets and souvenir sheets in uncut form (sheets of 200 or sheets of 9 or 20 etc.), one set has almost all signed by Farley (others in the group are signed on paper to which they are hinged), also an accumulation of other uncut sheets, also incl. about ten sets of National Parks imperf plate blocks plus several sets of other blocks, album with matched arrow and centerline blocks, some of the others in large quantities such as No. 750 (130), 766 (100), 767 (130), also a dozen sets of plate blocks of the perforated National Parks set, few faults to be expected but overall fresh and Very Fine, a rare old-time holding of these popular issues, Scott Retail in the neighborhood of $24,000.00

E. 2,000-3,000
9,500
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1624
 
1920's-70's Regular and Commemorative Issues, Freaks and Oddities. More than 370 items in a box incl. a large number of 1920's-30's issues, singles, pairs and blocks showing a wide variety of of perf shifts, misperfs, misregistration, foldovers, guttersnipes, P.O. splice tape, pre-print creases, over and under-inking, etc., some are quite dramatic, fascinating lot worth review

E. 1,000-1,500
2,000
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1625
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6c-24c 1918-23 Air Post (C1-C6). Accumulation of blocks of four mostly on on old 1970's era Siegel lot cards, much duplication incl. six of C1, couple position blocks, vast majority Mint N.H., C2 with one corner margin block, C3 with 12 blocks, many of them position pieces incl. corner margin (two), top arrow, center line and plate no. (two), about -1/3 Mint N.H., C4 with 13 blocks of four plus a block of six and a Mint N.H. plate block of six, less than half Mint N.H., C5 with four blocks incl. two with plate no., more than half Mint N.H., C6 with five blocks, about half Mint N.H., the hinged with some h.r. and some small flaws no doubt can be found, overall Fine-Very Fine group with many useful blocks, Scott Retail as singles more than $12,000.00

E. 2,000-3,000
3,000
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1626
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6c-24c 1918-23 Air Post (C1-C6). Large accumulation mostly on 1970's era Siegel lot cards and some Miner Stamp Co. sheets, more than 85 lots in all, part sets and some full sets, also some used sets, mostly singles but also a few blocks plus eight blocks of C1 (each one oxidized, some work might clean these up), some Mint N.H. along with hinged and h.r., overall Fine-Very Fine, substantial Scott Retail value which in the 1970's exceeded $18,000.00 (it is less now)

E. 1,500-2,000
3,250
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1627
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Air Post Accumulation (C1-C18). Unused stamps on stock cards, multiple copies of C1-C6 plus Mint N.H. blocks of C1-C4, C10a (tropicalized gum), C18 (block of four and single, three Mint N.H.), also a group of lesser value Scott Nos., a few of the early singles no gum or disturbed gum, also a few Mint N.H., all counted as hinged except the blocks, Scott Retail for just the better items more than $3,600.00

E. 750-1,000
650
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1628
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1926-46 Air Post Issues, Plate Blocks (C7-C46). Large accumulation in a box, mostly on 1970's era Siegel lot cards plus some Miner Stamp Co. sheets, close to 200 lots in all, numerous sets with heavy duplication (no Graf Zeppelins or C18 plate block), lots of Mint N.H. and also some hinged or h.r., Fine group and fascinating to see what made an individual or set lot 40 years ago

E. 2,000-3,000
2,600
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1629
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Air Post Blocks and Plate Blocks. Old-time stock book pages containing 13 items, incl. blocks of four of Nos. C1-C6, plate blocks of eight of Nos. C2 and C3, plate block of six of C18, second set of blocks of four of C4-C6, last is used block of four of C18, few stamps Mint N.H., one C5 with small gum soak, overall Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail as hinged

4,845
1,100
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1630
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Air Post Accumulation. Carton containing what was probably several collections or accumulations, incl. nice run of plate blocks with some better, earlier issues incl. C1-C6 with duplication incl. 23 singles, centerline block and plate no. block of six with arrow, C5 has seven copies, C18 two singles and block of four, few other interesting such as stock page with C19 plate blocks with a wide array of plate nos. and positions, some faults, some Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
1,200
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1631
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Air Post Panes. Accumulation of well over 150 mostly Mint N.H. panes, several better incl. Nos. C7-C9, C10 (20, Scott Retail $12,480), C11 (3), C12 (16, Scott Retail $17,344.00), C16 (7), C21, C22, C30 (5), C31 (2), few other better, several of the 1948-1949 time period such as C42-C44 (counted as face), few faults to be expected but overall Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail more than $40,000.00 plus an additional $350.00 of face

E. 4,000-5,000
4,750
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1632
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The Weill Brothers' Special Delivery Stock (E1/E20). From the famous New Orleans stamp dealers Raymond and Roger Weill, extensive unused stock with some duplication in glassines, nearly all are blocks or plate blocks, missing only Nos. E2-E4 and E7, much Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine with a large amount of very nice stamps, total Scott Retail approximately

37,000
6,250
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1633
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1885-1914 Special Delivery, Balance (E1/E9). Unused stamps on stock cards, incl. E1 (two), E4 (two), E5 (five), E6 (four), E7 (three), E8 (two), E9 (three), nearly all original gum, some h.r., a few minor flaws, Fine with some Very Fine, Scott Retail approximately

5,500
800
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1634
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1885-1944 Special Delivery, Accumulation (E1/E18). Unused accumulation mostly on 1970's era Siegel lot cards plus some Miner Stamp Co. pages, nearly all issues present with all the better stamps, heavy duplication on some incl. more than twelve of E1, nine of E2, block of four of E3 plus several singles and a cover with 3c Columbian, six E4, arrow block of E5, block of E6 with plate no. and part imprint, five blocks of E7 incl. two with plate no. and part imprint, three plate blocks of E11, Mint N.H. plate block of E12, imperforate between error pair E15c, full sheets of E15-E18 with extras, also Registration with six F1 singles plus two covers, some no gum or regummed to be expected, the original gum on the early issues generally with h.r., usual small flaws for an accumulation, overall Fine with many useful stamps bought as individual lots up to 40 years ago, Scott Retail as all original gum (and not counting any Mint N.H.) more than $28,000.00

E. 4,000-5,000
3,750
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1635
 
Special Delivery Used Accumulation. Stock cards of used stamps, much duplication, incl. Nos. E1 (16), E3 (21), E4 (40), E5 (65), also later issues, few unused for later issues, curiously there are no E7's, decidedly mixed condition, few appear Fine, Scott Retail in excess of $8,000.00

E. 750-1,000
650
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1636
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Postage Dues, Balance. Group mostly on 1970's era Siegel lot cards plus some Miner Stamp Co. sheets, mostly unused with some used, wide range of issues with Scott Retail up to $900.00, plus J37 (Scott Retail $1,800.00), several blocks of 1879-91 Issues, other better stamps, also a large quantity of J68 and sheets incl. five of J88, mixed condition on the better stamps, overall Fine balance, Scott Retail more than $15,000.00

E. 1,500-2,000
1,800
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