Sale 1187 — United States Stamps

Sale Date — Wednesday, 25 July, 2018

Category — Group Lots, Collections and Accumulations

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
854
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Old-Time Dealer's Stock. Five metal-bound albums containing stock pages, each volume is packed full of singles and blocks with a few better multiples, starts with 1857 Issue and gets jam-packed with later issues, massive quantities of unused stamps, our cursory count yielded the following -- No. 214 (42), 250 (100), 252 (100), 303 (46), 306 (42), 334 (40), 357 (15), 358 (21), 418 (21), 536 (35), one volume is all Commemoratives such as Nos. 232 (45), 233 (55), 234 (30), 238 (11), 239 (8), 287 (25), 289 (12), 291 (4), 294 (80), 296 (25), 297 (27), 327 (10), 400 (5), 400A (8), 550 (50), 701 (70), another volume is all back-of-book such as Nos. C1 (18), C2 (15), C5 (20) C6 (7), C18 (21), F1 (21), E7 (70), Offices in China also with some large quantities such as Nos. K3 (30), K5 (22), K7 (10), K8 (27), K18 (31), Parcel Post, some others, also quantities of souvenir sheets such as 730 (10) and 731 (85), some faults, centering varies, some Mint N.H.

OVERALL FINE-VERY FINE. A PHENOMENAL OLD-TIME DEALER'S STOCK, CONTAINING MASSIVE QUANTITIES OF A WIDE RANGE OF POPULAR STAMP ISSUES. WE HAVE NOT ENCOUNTERED A HOLDING SUCH AS THIS IN A VERY LONG TIME.

Looking at these albums reminds us of our younger days, going to shops or shows and spending hours picking out just the right stamp for our collection, handing over our hard-earned snow shoveling money to a patient dealer. Our rough catalogue value exceeds $160,000.00, counting all stamps as hinged and without any premium for better multiples such as blocks of four and imprint and plate no. pairs or strips

E. 20,000-30,000
42,500
855
 
Stock and Accumulation. Thousands of mostly used stamps, most are arranged in glassines by Scott number, includes popular higher values such as nine No. 1 and three No. 2, several 90c 1869 Pictorial, and dollar-value Columbians, but there is also quantities of lower and medium-priced stamps, such as over 1,000 copies of No. 275, which catalogues $40.00 each, similar priced items in quantities of hundreds each, goes through the 1922 Issue, plus useful Back-of-Book and some Possessions, also some better unused, a small group is not organized (but contains better items), condition is mixed, the total catalogue value is enormous, our estimate reflects only a miniscule percentage of that

E. 10,000-15,000
19,000
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856
 
Collection Balance, 19th Century. Red Scott Platinum album containing mostly unused stamps, starts in 1847 with unused appearing No. 2 but cancel removed, 1851 Issue with 7 and 9, also Nos. 8 and 16 unused appearing with cancels removed, 1857 Issue with denominations to 30c, 1861-66 Issue to 90c including No. 66, nice showing of Grills, 1861 Re-Issue includes Nos. 102, 103 and 105, nice group of 1869 Pictorials and Re-Issue with some higher denominations, nice group of Bank Notes to 90c with some grilled, some sets complete such as Nos. 212-218 and 219-229, Columbians represented by 1c-50c and $3.00, 1894-98 Bureau Issue with unwatermarked from 1c-50c plus $2.00, watermarked to $2.00, Trans-Mississippi from 1c-50c plus $2.00, Pan-Americans complete, a significant number of stamps are either regummed or have disturbed original gum, our theory is that the collection was housed in another album that was exposed to moisture and it was then rehoused in this beautiful album, many of the no gum stamps, such as Scott 77, still have significant catalogue value, a few may have been cleaned or have cancels removed but our careful examination saw only a few (such as No. 13), some have faults but most appear Fine-Very Fine, this lot has tremendous catalogue value, twelve with certificates from the 1970s and 1980s, the three better cancel removed stamps with 2018 P.F. certificates

E. 10,000-15,000
24,000
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857
 
Collection Offered Intact as Received, 1847-2013. In seven American Heirloom albums with slipcases, early issues mostly used and includes Nos. 1 and 2, other higher cataloguing stamps, including a few with certificates, there are unused stamps starting in the Bank Note era, includes the Columbian and Trans-Mississippi sets complete, nearly all of the 20th Century is unused, with a nice run of Commemoratives and Regular Issues, modern issues complete including the Recalled Legends of the West and recent panes, Air Post complete including the Graf Zeppelin set, Offices in China complete, other Back-of-Book such as used Officials and Revenues (with Hunting Permit stamps), also another binder with plate blocks and strips, mixed condition, though the condition improves as the collection progresses, Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 7,500-10,000
9,000
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858
 
Collection, 1845-1982. Album pages of unused and used stamps and some proofs, including proofs of 41P4, 45P4, 55P3, 57P3, 66P3 pair with imprint, E1P4, E2P4, unused Nos. 10X1 and 10X2, 229, most dollar-value Columbians, 293, 400, 479, 630, C13-C15, used Nos. 9X1a (on piece), 1, 2, 12, 14 pair, 15 pair, 67, 71, 72, 100, 119 (2), 122, 244, 292, some Revenues and other Back-of-Book, some faults, some Fine-Very Fine

E. 4,000-5,000
7,000
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859
 
Collection, 1847-1970. In a Liberty album, 19th Century mostly used and includes Nos. 1 and 2, 1869 Pictorials complete, 1893 Columbian set complete, 20th Century has some useful unused stamps, Air Post includes the Graf Zeppelin set, other Back-of-Book, condition is quite mixed, so viewing is recommended, high catalogue value

E. 2,000-3,000
6,250
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860
 
Collection, 1851-1930's. Housed in a single old-time Schaubeck album, used stamps plus a multitude of covers mounted on the pages, earlier include some N.Y. Foreign Mail, 1869 to 30c (missing 24c), $2.00 Columbian, some duplication for shade and cancel varieties, mixed condition with some faults to be expected, overall Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
2,200
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861
og
Collection, 19th-20th Century. Album and some loose pages of unused stamps, including Nos. 230-245 (stuck to album page), Q1-Q12, also pane of 45 of Q1-Q3 (last two missing side selvage), pane of 50 of No. 372, pane of 70 of Nos. 398, 548-550, many stamps Mint N.H., few faults, overall Fine-Very Fine

E. 3,000-4,000
4,750
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862
og
Collection, 1890-1930's. Mostly unused stamps mounted on album pages, the unused include 1890 Issue complete, 1894-98 Bureaus complete, 1902 Issue through the 15c, wide range of Washington-Franklins including Nos. 331-342, Perf 12 coils, Nos. 369, 421-423, 523-524 and others, later issues include two No. 573, Kansas-Nebraska set, some small flaws to be found, overall Fine collection

E. 2,000-3,000
4,250
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863
og
Collection Balance, 20th Century. Three red Scott Platinum albums of unused stamps, starts with 1902 Issue to $1.00 plus 5c imperforate, other better include Nos. 323-330, 331-342, 358, 359, 369, 374-382, 397-404, 414-423, 424-440, 477, 479-480, 498-518 including 505, 523, 524, 547, 551-573, 595, 599A line pair, 630, 658-679, nice range of coil singles and line pairs (some not genuine), fairly complete for later issues up to around 1970, few Mint N.H., some h.r., couple slightly disturbed gum, few faults to be expected but overall a Fine-Very Fine and attractive collection, also includes some loose odds and ends

E. 4,000-5,000
8,000
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864
 
Collection, 1904-1940's. Hinged in an old Scott album, early 20th Century largely used, then unused including Nos. 571-573, Kansas-Nebraska sets, Air Post includes unused C1-C3 as well as the Graf Zeppelin Issue C13-C15 and C18, also some back-of-book and a bit of foreign, mixed condition, overall Fine

E. 500-750
1,600
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865
 
Mostly Used Collection. To 1937 in two Scott albums, one album is singles, with Nos. 1 and 2, unused No. 4, other higher cataloguing classics, Commemoratives include a complete set of the Trans-Mississippi issue, some 20th Century unused including a White Plains sheet, scattered Back-of-Book, with some useful stamps to be found, second album is mostly blocks, a few sheets and a second White Plains sheet, also a few 3c 1861 stamps with fancy cancels, mixed condition

E. 1,500-2,000
2,900
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866
 
Used Collection. In three stockbooks, early to modern, with value in medium priced 19th Century, including Officials and other Back-of-Book, mixed condition

E. 400-500
350
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867
og
Balance, 19th Century Mostly Unused. About 200 stamps, many cataloguing $1,000.00 or more, particularly from the 1857-1869 period, Bank Notes to 90c, many dollar values from 1893-98, a couple proofs or essays, and even Great Britain No. 1 and 2, slight duplication (such as three $3.00 Columbians), includes original gum, part original gum, no gum and regummed stamps, condition varies greatly, many of the higher cataloguing stamps have faults, but there are also lesser cataloging items in Very Fine or Extremely Fine quality, therefore careful inspection is recommended, 33 certificates accompany, our estimate represents a small fraction of the total catalogue value

E. 7,500-10,000
17,500
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868
og
Balance, 20th Century Unused, 1901-1929. Complete commemoratives including the White Plains sheet, value in Washington-Franklins, with sets to the $1.00, two 5c errors, and coils (several with certificates), mixed condition, many Fine-Very Fine, twelve certificates accompany

E. 2,000-3,000
5,250
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869
 
Eclectic Balance of a Consignment. Mostly on dealer or auction lot cards, salable group predominately from 19th century, we notice Nos. 56, 141 (with PF certificate), $1.00 Columbian with small inclusion (with PF certificate), small group of bisects on piece incl. two No. 17 (one signed Usticke), few Black Jacks, plate varieties, fancy and well-struck town cancels incl. "Steamboat" and Express company cancels, some Back-of-Book such as No. C3 center line block, Nos. PR1-PR5, Parcel Post complete and Carriers and Locals, even Philippines No. 238 (with PSAG certificate), plus much more, slightly mixed condition but much is Fine or better

E. 2,000-3,000
3,000
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870
og
Balance, 19th-20th Century. 23 items, including unused Nos. 238, 240 (5), 243 (2), 291 (3), 292 (no gum), 400 (2), 421, few faults including few regummed or reperfed, overall Fine-Very Fine appearing group

E. 2,000-3,000
3,250
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871
 
Miscellaneous Balance. Small group mostly in stock book, incl. No. 1 pair on cover, 1-2 used singles, Columbians to $5.00 with some duplicates, Trans-Mississippi 8c plate no. and imprint block of four, plus $1.00 and $2.00, Graf Zeppelin set (65c unused, $1.30 on cover and $2.60 used), also with additional group on stock pages with some useful material though unused is stuck down which incl. additional Graf Zeppelin set, mixed condition

E. 2,000-3,000
4,000
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872
 
Collection Balance. Eclectic mix of issues on stock pages, includes Nos. 1 (faults) and 12 but nearly all the rest from 20th Century, including 5c error in a block of six (No. 467, error stamp Mint N.H.), No. 480 with plate no., various plate blocks including Nos. 619, 620-621, Presidential dollar value plate blocks of four, plate blocks of No. 1053 and five of No. 1295, Kansas-Nebraska sets, range of Air Post including C1-C6, C10a, three C18, Air Post plate blocks, others, Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
1,800
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873
 
Small Balance. Few classics incl. Nos. 17, 27 vertical pair, 30A, four 71 with attractive cancels such as "Paid", 102, few 12c and 24c Banknotes and even some Newspaper stamps, better items signed A. Brun, mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
1,300
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874
 
Miscellaneous Balance. Two boxes, includes plate blocks and strips adding up to a fair amount of face value, used stamps in quantity, used blocks and more, mixed condition

E. 500-750
475
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875
og
Balance of a Collection, Unused. More than 50 stamps on stock cards, nearly all unused with original gum and some Mint N.H., a couple early used (including No. 10), range of issues through 1920's with all but a few from the 20th Century, some slightly better including No. C13, Very Fine balance

E. 500-750
1,000
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876
 
Balance of Classic Issues, Captured Imprints. Group of seven, incl. three of No. 24, 26, two 35 and 182, also with No. 93 with part imprint in selvage at right, small faults, mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 300-400
225
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877
 
Balance. Small accumulation of unused and used stamps, including 9X1 unused (no gum, pinhole, 2018 PSE certificate), 117P3 block of four, used Philippines No. 225, some Revenues, Telegraph, Official Seals and others, mixed condition, some Fine

E. 500-750
650
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878
og
Back-of-Book Balance. Scott hingeless pages of mostly unused stamps, including Nos. C1-C6, C18, E1-E19, J1-J4, J6, J15-J20, J22-J28, J31-J37, J38-J44, J60, J61-J78, F1, Q1-Q12, JQ1-JQ5, nice group of Newspapers including seven of the large format, range of better sets with denominations to $100.00, some disturbed original gum, few regummed, several of the better Newspapers unused (no gum), some faults, some Fine-Very Fine, a worthwhile group with high catalogue value

E. 4,000-5,000
6,000
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879
og
Back-of-Book Unused Balance. Air Post (which goes up to 2012), a complete run of Special Deliveries, a few Postage Dues including No. J89a, and Hunting Permit stamps from No. RW1-RW40 (a few of these are used), mixed condition

E. 400-500
800
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880
 
Carriers & Locals, Forgeries. Stockbook with more than 320 items, many are forgeries, also some genuine stamps of lower value, Fine group for study

E. 200-300
375
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881
 
Accumulation, 19th-20th Century. Stock pages of unused and used stamps, including used Nos. 1 (cleaned and regummed), 12, 119, 292, 293, unused Nos. 294-299, 310, 547, C1-C6, C2 plate block, C18 block of four, some Hunting Permits, some faults, some Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
5,250
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882
og
Mostly 20th Century Unused Assortment. Variety of medium priced items, much of the value is in Washington-Franklin heads and other Regular Issues, Back-of-Book including No. PR91 with Weiss certificate as Mint N.H., a few better Commemoratives, some higher cataloguing 19th Century (including a few used), mixed condition, many Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
2,300
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883
 
Assortment. In a few albums, pages and glassines, with singles, blocks and plate blocks, plus a few covers, very little modern, better items noted are used $2.00 Columbian, a White Plains sheet and No. C18 plate block, mixed condition

E. 750-1,000
1,900
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884
og
Accumulation. Small group of mostly unused items, including Nos. 229, 1053 plate block (2), 1402 misperfed strip of four, C24 plate block, Guam 1-8, Philippines 212 unused and used, E1also some worldwide with few Italian States and German States, overall Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
750
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885
 
Accumulation. Large plastic tub containing a range of mostly used stamps, including two volumes of precancels, used Nos. 112-117 and 119, 285-291, some worldwide with focus on Africa and G.B. including a Penny Black, mixed condition, some appear Fine-Very Fine

E. 300-400
1,200
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886
 
Worldwide Accumulation. Small carton of unused and used stamps, among better items are U.S. 233 unused and C10a pane, nice showing of British Commonwealth, range of new issues in glassines with some topicals, some Fine-Very Fine

E. 300-400
350
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887
 
Worldwide Accumulation. Small carton of unused and used stamps, mostly Europe with strength in Germany, few Air Post covers, mixed condition, a diverse group

E. 200-300
170
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888
nh
Mint N.H. Imperforates Graded Gem 100 or Gem 100 Jumbo. 15, including Nos. 314 , 320, 346, 408-409, 481-484, 575-577, 611, 631 and 631 without gum breakers, huge margins, most are 100 Jumbo (all look it to us), Extremely Fine Gems, each with 2013 or later P.S.E. certificate , SMQ value with no premium for the Jumbos or the 631 without gum breakers

2,130
1,400
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889
nh
Mint N.H. Imperforate Pairs Graded Gem 100 Jumbo. Ten, each graded Gem 100 Jumbo, including Nos. 314, 320, 481-484, 611 and 631 (3, including one with vertical gutter and one with horizontal gutter), massive margins, Extremely Fine Gems, with 2015 or later P.S.E. certificates (Gem 100 Jumbo; unpriced as pairs in SMQ)

E. 300-400
1,100
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890
 
Imperforate Used Singles Graded Gem 100 Jumbo. Three, each graded Gem 100 Jumbo, Nos. 408, 409 and 611, each with side plate no. sheet margin and showing part of five adjoining stamps, neat cancels, Extremely Fine Gems, with 2017 or 2018 P.S.E. certificates, SMQ value

550
275
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891
nh
Sale 1187, Lot 891, Group Lots, Collections and AccumulationsGraded Balance. Nine stamps or coil pairs on a stock card, Mint N.H. except for one stamp hinged and one used, each graded between 85 and 100J by P.S.E. or P.F., including Nos. 250 (85), 332 (98J used), 406 (90 P.F.), 411 line pair (90 P.F.), 484 (100J), 506 (95 OGph), 623 (95), 656 line pair (90), 692 (90), Extremely Fine group, total SMQ if all were graded by P.S.E. (two are P.F.) $1,140.00

E. 500-750
600
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892
nh
Sale 1187, Lot 892, Group Lots, Collections and Accumulations20th Century Superb Graded Balance. Three Mint N.H. and two used stamps, all but one 20th Century, each P.S.E. graded, including Nos. 188 with faint purple cancel (XF 90), 619 (Superb 98), 656 (used, Superb 98), 649 (huge corner margins, XF 90 Jumbo) and 739 (Gem 100), Extremely Fine Gem group, total SMQ $1,060.00

E. 400-500
500
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893
nh
Sale 1187, Lot 893, Group Lots, Collections and AccumulationsBack-of-Book Superb Graded Balance. Seven Mint N.H. stamps and one proof, each P.S.E. graded, including Nos. C8 (Superb 98), C10 (Superb 98), C20 (Superb 98), C38 (Gem 100), E21 (Gem 100), Q2 with bottom plate no. (XF-Superb 95 Jumbo), Confederate States No. 11d (XF 90), finally No. 76P4 plate proof on card (NGAI, XF-Superb 95), Extremely Fine Gem group, SMQ not counting the 76P4 is $1,635.00

E. 500-750
850
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894
nh
Mint N.H. Certified Balance. Six Mint N.H. stamps on a stock card, each with nice centering and fresh color, including Nos. 235, 320A, 369, 407, 414 and 419, Very Fine and choice group, each with P.F. or P.S.E. certificate

1,155
800
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895
 
Extensions Balance. Six used stamps from prior sales with good graded certificates but with a small problem or a newer conflicting certificate, including No. 240 (2014 P.S.E. certificate as XF-Superb 95, but we detect a pinhole), No. 219 (2009 and 2013 P.S.E. certificates as Gem 100 Jumbo, 2018 P.F. certificate with faint thin), No. 483 pair (2015 P.S.E. certificate as Gem 100, but we detect a pinhole), No. C13 (2009 P.F. certificate as XF-Superb 95, 2018 P.S.E. certificate with faint diagonal crease), No. K6 (2012 P.S.E. certificate as XF 90 Jumbo, 2018 P.F. certificate declining opinion on whether cancel is contemporary) and No. O40 (2015 P.S.E. certificate as Superb 98 Jumbo, 2018 P.F. certificate as reperfed), Extremely Fine appearing group

E. 400-500
1,800
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896
 
Extensions Balance. Six items offered in prior sales, including No. 12 with ample even margins, 2018 P.S.E. certificate notes a toned spot in margin, appears Very Fine, No. 12 with P.F. certificate stating "faintly cancelled" and 1950 A. Brun certificate stating unused, No. 14 appears unused though faintly cancelled, No. 15 pair with small crease, No. 76 reperfed, No. 120 with target cancel, reperfed, Very Fine-Extremely Fine appearances, each with new P.F. or P.S.E. certificate

E. 300-400
1,600
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897
og
Booklet Panes Accumulation. Old-time dealer's stock book of unused panes, massive accumulation including Nos. 319g (33), 319p (6), 319q (2), 331a (8), 332a (30), 374a (2), 375a (26), 405b (24), 406a (30), 463a (12), 502b (29), 583a (10), many others up to Scott No. 1278b, fantastic range of positions, many Mint N.H., few faults to be expected, overall a Fine-Very Fine and valuable holding, Scott Retail as hinged in excess of

23,000
4,500
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898
og
Booklet Panes Balance. Six, including Nos. 279Bj, 300b (2), 301c, 319g (2), lightly hinged, Fine-Very Fine

2,450
375
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899
ogbl
Washington-Franklin Booklet Pane Accumulation. Over 1,100, consisting of Nos. 498e, 499e, 502b, 552a, and 554a, last has over 500 examples, a desirable feature is that most have plate numbers in the tab, most are lightly hinged, a few small faults, vast majority Fine-Very Fine, the catalogue value probably approaches $10,000.00

E. 750-1,000
950
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900
nh
Booklet Accumulation. Over 1,700, including Nos. BK109 (245), BK116 (13), BK117A (100), BK122 (165), BKC19 (215), BKC21 (175), quantities of BKC20, BKC22 and BKC23, also QI1 (145), pristine condition, Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail in excess of

13,400
1,300
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901
nh
Coils Accumulation. Several hundred Mint N.H. coils in singles, pair and strips of four, including Nos. 487 (32), 488, 489, 492 (9 pairs and 3 singles), 494 (19 pairs and 4 singles), 495 (approximately 200 total), 656 (32), 687 (82), on cardboard stock cards, Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail mostly as singles in excess of

8,100
1,600
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902
nh
Coil Rolls Accumulation. Approximately 45 rolls, range of denominations, many with original cellophane and stickers from the post office, some others with end leaders still intact, few opened but intact, some better than face including Nos. 1619 and C37 (3), few others, overall fresh and Fine-Very Fine, face value approximately

1,100
700
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903
 
Classic Multiples Balance. Seven items, including unused No. 29 vertical strip of three (no gum), what appears to be a No. 75 unused block off four but either a color changeling or chemically treated, No. 95 used and rejoined block of four (2011 P.S.A.G. certificate), No. 97 unused vertical pair, (small part original gum, 2016 P.F. certificate), No. 98 single, No. 239 unused block of four (no gum), No. 299 Mint N.H. pair, also a block of what appears to be No. 639a, but we detect faint blind perfs (not counted in our estimate), faults to be expected nearly throughout, still a high cataloging group

E. 2,000-3,000
3,500
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904
ogbl
Commemorative Plate Blocks Balance. 16, including plate bocks of six of Nos. 328-329, 367-368, 370-373, 397-399 and 401, plate blocks of four of Nos. 323, 324 and 327 (2, one regummed), No. 370 unused (no gum), Nos. 367 and 371 Mint N.H., overall Fine-Very Fine

8,600
1,300
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905
ogbl
Commemorative Plate Blocks. Eight, including plate blocks of four of Nos. 285 and 286, bottom imprint and plate blocks of ten of Nos. 294 and 295, plate blocks of six of Nos. 537 and 548-550, overall Fine

3,577
500
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906
nhbl
Blocks, N.H. Five blocks of four and one plate block, including Nos. 233, 398, 399, 616 plate block, F1 and Q7, rich colors, fresh and Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail as singles plus the one plate block

3,055
1,500
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907
ogbl
Blocks Balance. Eleven blocks of four, including Nos. 232 (2), 288 (2), 399 (3), 400, 403, E8 and F1, two stamps on each Mint N.H., others either lightly hinged or h.r., rich colors, Very Fine group, Scott Retail as singles

6,160
2,800
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908
ogbl
Blocks Balance. Twelve blocks of four and two plate blocks, blocks of four of Nos. 233 (3), 296, 297, 330 (4), 399 (2), 400, plate bocks of 572 and 619, either lightly hinged or h.r., Fine-Very Fine group

5,235
1,200
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909
ogbl
Plate Block Balance, 20th Century. Small group of plate blocks, including Nos. 340 top (selvage slightly reduced), 380 top, 501 left (Mint N.H.), 514 bottom, 566 right (Mint N.H., gum skips, P.S.E. certificate), 567 bottom (Mint N.H.), also No. 319Fi bottom imprint and plate no. strip of three, Fine-Very Fine with some Extremely Fine

4,040
700
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910
nhbl
Modern Plate Block Collection. 1940s-1980s, on Minkus pages in thirteen binders, mounted with corner mounts, nearly complete for the period, also some loose plate blocks, strips and sheets (the loose material has over $300.00 face value), slight toning affects a tiny percentage, Mint N.H., vast majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 300-400
425
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911
og
Imprint and Plate Number Strips. 27 imprint and plate no. strips, mostly of three, including Nos. 237, 247, 249 (no gum), 251, 252, 253, 254 (no gum), 258, 268, 269, 272, 273 (2), 282 and 283, four imprint and plate no. strips of four including Nos. 231-232, 234 and 236, few small faults to be expected, overall Fine with some Very Fine

9,963
1,300
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912
ogbl
Imprint and Plate Number Multiples. Nine items, including imprint and plate no. strips of three of Nos. 297, 300, 304, 308, 416 and 516, imprint and plate no. pair of No. 286, blocks of four with plate no. of Nos. 398 and 422, few Mint N.H., overall Fine with a few Very Fine

2,292
400
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913
ogbl
Imprint and Plate Blocks, 1893-98 Issues. Eight imprint and plate no. blocks, Nos. 230 (of eight), 235 (of six), 246 (no gum), 248, 255 (stray perfs in selvage), 265, 279 and 279B, overall fresh and Fine

4,860
0
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914
nhbl
20th Century Blocks and Sheets. Accumulation in a single box, sheets include three sets of Overrun Nations, six different perforated National Parks, 1c Lexington-Concord (617), 2c-5c Civil Aeronautics (649-650), the bulk of the lot is blocks with duplication, including No. 571 two blocks of four with plate no., Air Post including a large quantity of C45, also some singles and coil strips, Fine-Very Fine

E. 5 500-750
1,200
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915
nhbl
Modern Panes Accumulation. Extensive group of complete panes in large sheet albums and sleeves, few complete booklet panes, vast majority of value in 20c and above with values to 86c, nearly a third (over $1,000.00) in forever stamps, some duplication, Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine, face value exceeds

3,100
1,800
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916
nhbl
Panes Accumulation. Stock book and carton of panes, several better including nice group of Famous Americans such as Bell, Nos. 617, C17, C19, C24, E14, E15, E18, nice group of face and some slightly better than face which will add up to a few hundred dollars, overall Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail for better items in excess of $2,700.00

E. 500-750
1,000
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917
nhbl
Modern Postage. Mostly sheets, panes and unfolded booklets ranging from 18c thru 64c, most of the values in 18c, 22c, 37c, 42c and 44c denominations, some sheets with minor selvage damage (not affecting stamps), also incl. some extra loose and stationery (uncounted), Very Fine, face value

2,900
1,500
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918
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Modern Postage Accumulation. With panes, plate blocks and strips, booklets, a few sheets and a little loose, many 29c-32c booklets and panes, some dollar and up values including Express Mail, also a few first day covers including some with silver sterling coins, Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine, the face value will be way in excess of our estimate

E. 750-1,000
650
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919
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Recent Postage Accumulation. Full panes and sheets of mostly 32c-42c stamps, plus forever stamps (which were valued at 50c and account for $595.00 of the face value), Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine, face value

1,860
1,000
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920
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Modern Group. Two Recalled Legends of the West sheets, over $100.00 face value in sheets, and some other odds and ends, mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 200-300
250
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921
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Modern Mint Group. Many 29c-37c panes still in the original Post Office packaging, also several dollar and up values (these account for $120.00 of the face value), Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine, face value

426
225
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922
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Dollar Value Postage. All Mint N.H. in part sheets and complete panes, values from $1.00 to $19.95 incl. Global Forever stamps, Very Fine, face value

788
650
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923
 
Classic Literature Group. Single box including Tiffany 1886 book, hardbound Ward 1938 sale, Ward Philatelic Library 1965-67 hardbound, Henry Gibson 1944 and 1984 sales, Waterhouse 1955 sale, Stephen D. Brown sale, finally a complete run of the ten Josiah K. Lilly sales by Siegel, nice condition with just a few spine bends or small issues, Very Fine group of better titles

E. 300-400
400
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