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Sale 1166 — United States Stamps

Sale Date — Tuesday-Thursday, 24-26 October, 2017

Category — Collections and Accumulations

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
1447
 
High Quality United States Collection Offered Intact. In a Scott album, a large majority are Very Fine-Extremely Fine stamps that were purchased one-at-a time, a remarkable 425 certificates accompany, nearly all P.F. or P.S.E., including over 100 that are graded, the collection starts with the 1847 Issue and the value goes to the 1930s, the early issues are primarily used, including 5c and 10c 1847, plus both Reproductions unused, nice group of the 1857 Issue, including No. 29 graded XF 90 by P.S.E., an excellent representation of the 1861 Issue, including the grilled stamps (some unused in this period), 1869 Pictorials to 90c including an unused 24c, the Bank Note issues contain both unused and used, attractive Commemoratives, some decent Bureau issues, extensive Washington-Franklins, this is the period where more graded certificates will be found, capped off by a beautiful Mint N.H. No. 523 graded XF-Superb 95 by P.S.E., coils collected both as singles and line pairs, the later issues contain a plethora of graded certificates at 90 and higher, including Mint N.H. 8c Nebr. graded Superb 98 by P.S.E., Back-of-Book was similarly collected, with Air Post (including a lovely Mint N.H. Graf Zeppelin set - latter two graded XF 90), Special Deliveries, nice run of Postage Dues, Offices in China, Officials, Newspaper Stamps, Parcel Posts, and Hunting Permits, nearly all of the certificates are "clean" - not mentioning any faults, the tiny number (less than one percent) that are mentioned are quite minor

THE RARITY OF OFFERING ONE LOT AT AUCTION WITH THIS MANY HIGH-QUALITY SALEABLE STAMPS CANNOT BE OVERSTATED.

The resale potential is enormous on this choice collection

E. 40,000-50,000
85,000
1448
 
High Cataloguing Balance of an Old-Time Collection. On Elbe pages in three binders, the collections was formed primarily in the 1960s and 1970s, the collection starts with some Postmasters' Provisionals and goes through the 1920s, plus there are some more modern errors, primarily an unused collection with a small number of used stamps and a few covers, multiples also augment the collection, many scarce and high cataloguing stamps throughout, for instance the 1851 Issue includes used No. 8, original-gum No. 8A, lightly cancelled No. 12, No. 13 strip of three on cover to Trieste, No. 14-16 se-tenant pair on piece, No. 17 unused single and used pair, later issues are similarly filled with scarcer items, particularly the 1861-67 Issues, which includes several unused grilled stamps, Bank Notes well-filled, Commemoratives just about complete including the Columbian and Trans-Mississippi sets, excellent run of Washington-Franklins, including better Bluish Papers and coils in singles and pairs, varieties sprinkled throughout, condition is mixed as expected on a collection formed in this period, however many original-gum Fine-Very Fine stamps will be found, some Mint N.H. as they are all housed in mounts, a valuable collection boasting an enormous catalogue value

E. 30,000-40,000
55,000
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1449
og
Useful Accumulation. Many hundreds on stockcards and two binders, much is lower and medium priced unused 20th Century in Very Fine or Extremely Fine condition (many of these Mint N.H.), some 19th Century, used and Back-of-Book, condition ranges from Fine appearing with a small fault to Extremely Fine (though majority are Very Fine or better), therefore inspection is necessary

E. 4,000-5,000
5,250
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1450
og
Accumulation. Three stock books of mostly unused stamps, including nice group of modern imperforate varieties such as 1503a, 1508a, 1563a, 1704a, 1730a, 1734a, 1823a, 1856d, 1863f, 2003a, 2015a, 2025a, 2026a, 2096a (2), 2210a, 2550a, 2921a, 3112c, C108d, also some better booklet panes such as 25 of No. 406a each with different plate no., 1c A.E.F. pane (one stamp h.r. and small thin spot), also 2c and 4c Trans-Mississippi blocks of four, some Private Die Proprietary, few Hunting Permit plate blocks, some U.N., few other better, most Fine-Very Fine, a wonderful group

E. 3,000-4,000
4,000
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1451
 
Accumulation. Massive accumulation in several cartons, including few 3-ring binders with booklet panes, strength in Possessions, Revenues, some face, also 21 small dealer's books with strength in booklet panes such as 2c Shield shades (5), 332a (3), 405b (2), 501b and 502b (14), also some better Officials, Test coils and an array of other areas also represented, two metal filing drawers with even more booklet panes and intact booklets (some used), some faults to be expected, a comprehensive old-time holding

E. 3,000-4,000
4,250
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1452
 
Accumulation. Various unused and used stamps and a few covers, including unused Nos. 241, 245, 293, 1922-25 Issue with several better including few First Day covers, 571 plate block, C4 plate block, Q1-Q11, nice group of Officials including unused 90c Justice and other better, few Newspapers and Periodicals, K1-K14, K17-K18, few Revenue multiples such as R24b block of four, mixed condition with some Fine-Very Fine, a diverse group

E. 2,000-3,000
3,500
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1453
 
Interesting Small Accumulation. Most on dealer or auction lot cards, with Columbian Issue, Trans-Mississippi including $1.00, 1902 Issue with unused $1.00 and used $2.00-$5.00, better Panama-Pacific, some later issues, plus Back-of-Book including better used Offices in China and unused No. K15, No. R154 used on accepted cover with 1c Trans-Mississippi, even some fractional and postal currency, mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
2,500
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1454
 
Balance. 16 items, including unused Nos. 39, 211, 240, 274, 399, 440, 634A, J6, used No. 243, nice group of five 1c paste-up coil pairs, few faults overall Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
2,150
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1455
 
No Lot.
0
0
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1456
 
Small Balance. Three stamps, No. 9X1P5a reprint on bond (light crease), No. 426 nicely centered but regummed, No. 212 Mint N.H. with a trivial perf thin, overall Very Fine or appear so, two 2017 P.F. certificates accompany

E. 200-300
225
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1457
 
Balance of Consignment. Two boxes, includes a Scott album with some useful stamps (though condition is mixed), a couple stockbooks, postal cards, cut squares and more

E. 500-750
500
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1458
 
U.S. Collection Balance. In three banker's boxes, large number of stamps including a few items that make the lot, including commemorative album with Columbians to $1.00, Pan-Americans, Louisiana Purchase and Panama-Pacific (less No. 404) unused, White Plains sheet, couple sets of C1-C6, some face as well, mixed condition on the older stamps

E. 500-750
1,800
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1459
 
Balance of Stamps Depicting Thomas Jefferson. Several dozen items on auction lot cards with Thomas Jefferson as the subject, much of the value in 1857 5c, with unused or used of the various types and colors (several with certificates), including two pairs, also 5c 1861 Issue, 10c Bank Notes, 10c Officials, 50c Bureau Issue, later issues such as 2c Liberty on Silkote paper (P.F. certificate), also some proofs and specimens, mixed condition, but overall a useful lot

E. 2,000-3,000
2,900
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1460
 
Collection Balance, 1847-1976. In two Scott albums and a sheet file, early issues a little spotty and mostly used, including 1847 5c and 10c, plus 5c Reproduction, 1857 90c unused, some Grilled including No. 85B (choice appearing but with small repair), 1869 Pictorials to 90c, from 1893 on it is mostly unused, with Columbians to $2.00, later Commemoratives complete including the Trans-Mississippi issue, 1902 Issue complete to $5.00, excellent range of Washington-Franklin heads, including coil singles and pairs, both 5c Errors in blocks of nine, and a solid run of later issues, Air Post complete including the Graf Zeppelin set, and a few Special Delivery stamps, plus a few mint sheets, 19th Century in mixed quality, most with Fine-Very Fine appearance, much of the 20th Century is Fine-Very Fine with many Mint N.H., overall a useful collection, nine certificates accompany

E. 7,500-10,000
11,500
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1461
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Collection Balance. Two 3-ring binders of mostly unused stamps, including Nos. 551-573, 630, 658-679, better multiples including plate blocks of Nos. 328, 346, 373, 398 (pen in selvage), 401 and 473, one album is mostly back-of-book with nice Special Delivery, Postage Due including set of P2's, Parcel Post Q1-Q12 unused and used plus blocks of four of 1c, 5c, 15c and 25c, few Parcel Post plate blocks such as Q1 (8, some with imprint), Q2 pane of 45, Q3 (3), Q6 block of 15, also few on cover, few Revenues such as Boating, some faults, many Fine-Very Fine, an unusual old-time holding

E. 2,000-3,000
3,250
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1462
 
Classics Balance. Housed on stock cards, dealers pages or auction lot cards, much is used but also with some unused, numerous better Scott Nos. noticed, including 1847 5c on piece with Montreal circular datestamp, 10c with "Specimen" overprint, 1851-56 Issue with Nos. 12-15, 1857-60 Issue with 18, 20-24, 32-34 and thru 1867-68 Grilled Issue with Nos. 79, 83, 85B, 99-101, five certificates accompany, mixed condition to be expected though the total catalogue value should prove to be substantial, mostly Fine or better

E. 4,000-5,000
4,750
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1463
og
19th Century Balance. 29 mostly unused stamps, including Nos. 24, 26, 151, 178 (regummed), 183, 206, 209, 210, 211, 218 (Mint N.H.), 227, several Mint N.H. including Nos. 207, 212, 213, 214, 215, 219, 220-225, several with nice centering, Fine-Very Fine with a few Extremely Fine, 16 with certificates mostly from 1990's

8,142
3,750
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1464
 
19th & 20th Century Balance. Stock pages of unused and used stamps, including unused Nos. 63, 71, 72, 117, 189, 229, 244, 245, 276, 291, 299, block of four of 113-E3e (no gum), also 236 strip of six with two plate nos. and imprints, faults including some regummed, few appear Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
3,250
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1465
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Balance, 1893-1901. Stock pages containing 47 unused stamps, including Mint N.H. Nos. 230-232 plus additional 2c with broken hat, 234-236, 246-248, 252, 253, 255, 264, 267 (2, shades), 268-270, 272, 280, 282, 282a, 283, 285-287, 289, 294-298, lightly hinged Nos. 250, 254, 256-259, 273, 282C, used No. 240, also No. 243 (regummed), eleven Columbian Exposition tickets are also included as are ten unused color post cards from Pan-American Exposition with unused 1c stamps affixed, rich colors, most Very Fine with some Extremely Fine, 28 with mostly 1990's certificates, Scott Retail does not include the tickets or cards

7,614
3,500
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1466
nh
20th Century Balance. Approximately 375 mostly Mint N.H. stamps on stock pages, including Nos. 343-347, 348, 350, 351, 357-358, 367-373, 382, 396, 407, 459, 460, 461, 547-550, Nebr. ovpts. complete less 6c, 692-701, 803-834a including 832b, several other better, better centering than normally seen, most Very Fine with some Extremely Fine, a very worthwhile group, 20 with mostly 1990's certificates

E. 2,500-3,500
3,500
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1467
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20th Century Collection Balance. Neatly mounted in a single Scott album, lots of Mint N.H., begins with 1922 Issue complete, others include Nos. 595, 599A joint line pair, White Plains sheet, 634A, four complete sets of Kansas-Nebraska ovpts., a number of coils with leader tape, back-of-book including Air Post C1-C6, C13, Special Delivery mostly complete unused, Postage Due largely complete less the rarer stamps, includes Mint N.H. J60, Offices in China missing only K11, K12 and K16, Parcel Post complete, overall Fine-Very Fine with much in the latter category, Scott Retail over $7,500.00

E. 1,000-1,500
3,000
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1468
nhbl
Blocks Balance. About 15 multiples, including plate blocks of Nos. 621 (3), 833, C4 (2), C18, imprint and plate no. block of four of No. 287, blocks of six of Nos. 285 and 286 with plate no. and part imprint, few other better, several Mint N.H., few with faults, overall Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
1,400
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1469
nh
Commemoratives Balance. Mostly Mint N.H., including Nos. 230-233, 297 (2), 298 (3), 325, 330 (2), nice group of Pan-Americans, Panama-Pacific, up to Scott 550, far better centering than normally seen in a group lot, Very Fine-Extremely Fine

4,642
1,000
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1470
nh
Definitives Balance. Stock pages of mostly Mint N.H. stamps, including Nos. 219D, 221 pair, 224 (2), 227, 304 (3), several other better 1902 Issue, some blocks of four including Nos. 571, 572, 573 and 701, better condition than normally seen, few small faults, Fine-Very Fine with a few Extremely Fine

7,883
2,400
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1471
og
Graded Balance. 21 items, 20 with graded P.S.E. certificates from 2007 or 2009, including used No. 117 (85), Mint N.H. Nos. 298 (85), 328 (90), 348 (95), 560 (PF 95), Q3 (95), hinged including Nos. 472 (95J), E8 (98J), Very Fine-Extremely Fine group, SMQ value $4,160.00

1,288
2,300
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1472
og
High-Grade Balance. Three stamps: No. 397 OGph 100; Q8 OGph 95, last is F1 OGh 98J, Extremely Fine Gems, with 2011 or 2014 P.S.E. certificate, SMQ value $870.00

216
550
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1473
nhbl
Panes Balance. 20 Mint N.H. panes, Nos. 617 (3), 649 (11) and 650 (6), mostly fresh and Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail as plate blocks and singles

4,410
850
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1474
nhbl
Plate Block Balance. Five 3-ring binders of mostly Mint N.H. stamps, including Nos. 549-550, 614-616, 617-619, 646-648, 704-715, National parks perforated and imperforate, 803-834, 1053, many modern issues with higher denominations, Air Post including C4 (2), C10, C18 and C24, also souvenir sheets overall fresh and Very Fine with some Extremely Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
2,700
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1475
ogbl
Plate Block Group. On album pages and stockcards, much is Regular Issues from 1923 onward, including the Presidential Series to $5.00 (with an additional $5.00), some Back-of-Book, particularly Hunting Permit stamps, including No. RW20, condition is above the norm, with many Very Fine and a large number Mint N.H.

E. 1,000-1,500
1,600
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1476
og
Booklet Collection and Balance. Nice collection of intact booklets and booklet panes in Scott album with hand made quadrille pages and loose, including 279Bk (5, all different positions including plate no.), 279Bj including one pane with "Specimen" ovpt., 300b (6 including 3 with different plate nos.), 301c (8), 33 of the 2c Shield in a wide range of shades and from different positions including seven with plate nos., 331a (10 unused plus one on cover), 332a (11), complete booklets including BK14, BK27 (cover torn and taped), BK31, BK48, BK51 (some soiling on cover), BK53, BK63 with denomination crossed out by violet bar (ms. on cover), BK69, BK81 with panes cancelled in Alaska, BK94, BK114, many items identify plate scratch or other feature, some Mint N.H., few faults, overall a Fine-Very Fine and fascinating collection of booklets and booklet panes

E. 4,000-5,000
7,000
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1477
ogbl
Booklet Panes Collection. Through the 1970s on Scott pages, includes the first booklet pane (279Bj,k) with both horizontal and vertical watermarks, also one with "Specimen" overprint, four varieties of the 2c Shield, Washington-Franklins, and all of the later issues, including complete booklets, plus Air Post, a few minor imperfections but mostly Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail over $4,000.00

E. 750-1,000
550
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1478
nh
Booklets Balance. Eight items, including BK14, BK46, BK76, BK100, panes of 300b (with plate no.), 319g, overall Fine, Scott Retail approximately $5,075.00

E. 750-1,000
1,000
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1479
og
Booklet Panes Collection. Housed in a Scott album, including Mint N.H. No. 301c, range of the No. 319 issues, Washington-Franklins including a few booklet covers, later issues through modern and C10a, a few better positions are present in the earlier booklet panes, overall Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail more than $3,000.00

E. 500-750
750
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1480
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Booklet Panes Collection. To 1992 in a Scott album, includes 2c 1903, several Washington-Franklins, and a solid run of modern (including Express Mail stamps) adding up to a fair amount of face value, also better loose material, including complete booklet of two of No. C10a and three examples of BK159, most Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
375
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1481
 
Certified Group. Over 100 stamps, mostly higher quality, each with a P.F. or P.S.E certificate, including more than 30 graded, some 19th Century used, such as a four-margin No. 1, much of the value in 20th Century Mint Never Hinged or lightly hinged, several with P.S.E. grades of 90 or 95, many medium priced stamps in superior condition, some Back-of-Book, including Postage Dues, Officials and Hunting Permit stamps, a small number of the certificates mention a flaw (most are quite minor), vast majority Very Fine or Extremely Fine

E. 4,000-5,000
6,000
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1482
 
Collection, 1847 thru 20th Century. Housed in a single Scott album, wide range with many better stamps, early issues nearly all used including 1847 Nos. 1-2, 1851-57 Nos. 12, 17, 28-29, 30A, 39, 1861-68 largely complete including Nos. 67, 72, 75, 83, E and F Grills largely complete, 1869 Pictorials complete, a few genuine Bank Note grills, nearly all unused beginning with the 1887-93 issues which are complete, Columbians complete with $2.00, $3.00 and $5.00 original gum (all dollar values with P.S.E. certificates), 1894-95 Bureaus with some of the dollar values used, Trans-Mississippi complete with original gum, 1902 Issue complete with 15c-$5.00 used, Washington-Franklins including a few genuine coils, Panama-Pacific complete, later issues largely complete with White Plains sheet, Air Post including Graf Zeppelin C13-C15, Parcel Post complete and some Postage Dues, mixed condition on the 19th Century with varying degrees of problems to be expected on the better stamps, overall Fine appearing collection with substantial retail value, Scott Retail in excess of $50,000.00

E. 7,500-10,000
15,500
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1483
 
High Quality Used Collection, 1847-1929. On Scott pages, the collector was just starting to form a used collection, so at first it seems a little sparse, however the stamps that are present are nearly all Very Fine or Extremely Fine, much of the value in 19th Century including a nice four-margin No. 1, various medium priced stamps, scattered but useful 20th Century, some Back-of-Book, as mentioned the overwhelming majority is Very Fine-Extremely Fine, 26 certificates (twelve P.F., thirteen P.S.E., and one A.P.S.) accompany, including ten graded

E. 1,500-2,000
3,750
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1484
 
19th & 20th Century Collection. Three albums of unused and used stamps, including unused Nos. 219-228, 230-239, 241, 244, 245, 293, 369, 397-400A, 480, 551-573, 630, 658-679, C1-C6, used including Nos. 1-2, 17, 100, 120, 122, 242-243, 292, other better, some faults especially noticeable on the earlier issues, some Fine-Very Fine

E. 5,000-7,500
7,500
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1485
og
Unused Collection. In three Scott albums, a handful of early 1851-69 Classics, picks up steam with the Bank Notes, Columbians through $1.00, good coverage of Washington-Franklins with values to $5.00, Panama-Pacific complete, 1920's issues, later issues to 1970's including White Plains sheet and a range of freaks and a few errors, back-of-book with Offices in China complete less K16, Graf Zeppelin C13-C14, Special Delivery complete, also some Revenues, mixed condition and the early album has many pages that are stained, though it does not appear to affect the stamps which are in mounts, some are Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
5,000
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1486
 
Collection. In a single Scott National album, good coverage of the Classics including Nos. 2, 14-15, 27, 70, 75-78, 12c Z Grill (85E), F Grills complete less the 10c, 1869 Pictorials through the 24c, range of Bank Notes, Columbians including $1.00 and $3.00-$4.00, 1894-95 Bureaus largely complete, Trans-Mississippi complete to $2.00, 1902 Issue to $2.00, Washington-Franklins including some coils, later issues through 1980's, mixed condition on the 19th Century, overall Fine collection

E. 2,000-3,000
5,500
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1487
 
Collection Balance. Box with four albums and two stock books, one album with earlier used and unused stamps, including Nos. 1, 11 with disturbed original gum, 30-30A, 37-38, 134A (two), Columbians unused through 30c, Pan-Americans, these earlier issues very mixed condition, condition in the later issues picks up and highlighted by more than 60 certificates including some high grades (though modest SMQ values), back-of-book represented including C13 and some other graded Air Post, the stock books with some duplication of used and unused, finally a section of Revenues, overall Fine appearance with some Very Fine and Extremely Fine 20th Century

E. 1,000-1,500
2,000
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1488
 
Collection. In a Scott Album, sparsely filled with a few useful items including Kansas-Nebraska Set, some loose items and mint sheets with over $125.00 in face, mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
550
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1489
ogbl
Multiples Collection. Substantial collection housed in three albums, essentially all multiples with plate blocks, blocks and plate strips, strong coverage from 1890's forward with a few earlier such as No. 212 imprint and plate no. strip of five, a few Columbians in blocks including 6c, wide range of 1894-95 Bureaus in various formats with several better (Scott Retail for individual multiples up to $800.00), Pan-Americans with plate block of 2c and two blocks of 4c, 1902 Issue including blocks of 3c-6c and 8c-13c with some of these Mint N.H., Louisiana Purchase with Mint N.H. block of 5c, range of Washington-Franklins including plate block of six of No. 500 (Scott Retail $2,000.00), strong coverage from 1922 Issue forward including Mint N.H. $1.00 plate block and blocks of four with plate no. of Nos. 572-573, centerline block of 573, two White Plains sheets, Presidentials plate blocks, No. 1053 plate block, back-of-book also with good coverage including Air Post C1-C6 in various multiple formats, C18 plate block, a few other back-of-book, overall a nice collection with many better and useful multiples, worth careful review, Scott Retail well over $20,000.00

E. 5,000-7,500
12,000
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1490
nh
Modern Mostly Commemoratives. Incl. 40 of the 1992 Columbus souvenir sheets, group of Trans-Mississippi commemorative sheets with some of just the $1.00, few others including Pan-American Invert sheets, also two panes of 20 of $5.00, few others, face value approximately

1,192
750
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1491
nhbl
Dealer's Book of Large Multiples. Old-time dealer's book of large multiples, includes 47 copies of No. 612, four panes of No. 617 and five of No. 646, 150 copies of 647 and 76 of No. 648, also six panes of 100 of 1864b with overall tagging plus some scrap, few panes with perf shifts and one with prominent ink smear, few other shifts or tagging varieties, overall fresh and Fine-Very Fine, a wonderful old-time holding

E. 1,000-1,500
1,200
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1492°
 
Dealer's Stock Cards. Two small glassine-size boxes of unused and used stamps on dealer's stock cards, including unused Nos. 251, 274, 288, 323-326, multiples including 247 plate block (rejoined), 463 plate block, used Nos. 90, 92, 116, 163 (2), some back-of-book including unused Special Delivery, Postage Dues, Hawaii No. 32, few other better, some faults, some Fine, owner's catalogue value $17,373.00

E. 1,000-1,500
1,400
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1493
nh
Imperforate Multiples and Freaks. Stock book containing hundreds of mostly Mint N.H. imperforate pairs and larger multiples, starts with No. 1058a (6 pairs and 2 strips of four) and goes on from there, better items including 1615b, 1897b, 1898Ac paste-up single (with 1990 PFC), 2135a strip of four, 2256a pair, 2260c pair, 2517a pair, 2550a strip of three, 2913 imperf strip of six with plate no. 77767, nice group of freaks including misperfed such as C25a miscut, some color missing or mostly missing, overall fresh and Fine-Very Fine, a fantastic group from an old-time dealer, just looking at this takes us back to our youth when one would walk into a stamp store and spend hours poring over which one to choose, conservatively catalogued by us at more than $21,000.00

E. 2,000-3,000
6,500
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1494
nh
Modern Postage Lot. Mostly 15c and higher, many in booklets, some sheets, plate blocks, and a small amount of scrap, several dollar values up to $9.95, Fine-Very Fine, face value exceeds

900
500
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