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Sale 1192 — United States Stamps including Confederate States and Hawaii

Sale Date — Wednesday-Friday, 14-16 November, 2018

Category — Collections and Accumulations

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
816
 
Accumulation. Hundreds of stamps on stock pages in a binder, three pages of No. 65 and Bank Notes, Columbians up to 15c with duplication, Trans-Mississippi including 50c, Washington-Franklins including a few blocks and plate blocks, later 1920's-30's issues including White Plains sheet, also several pages of revenues, nothing at all expensive but a lot of stamps

E. 300-400
650
817
 
Accumulation. Single carton of unsorted miscellany, several albums of plate blocks, some of which are worth more than face value, a folder of sheets, lots of mixed stamps from 19th Century to modern on cards, in envelopes and on pages, nothing expensive but sorting should yield more than our estimate, lot also includes two heavy international Global albums with foreign stamps -- the shipping expense of these is probably more than their value so the buyer may choose to leave them out or pick them up

E. 300-400
550
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818
 
Classics Balance, 1845-69. Scott National album pages of unused and used stamps, including unused Nos. 10X1, 10X2, 7, 9, 37-39, 40, 63, 68, 69, 71-73, 75-78, 85, 86-91, 92-100, 102, 112-122, used Nos. 1 (2), 12 (cleaned), 13, 16 (Position 64R1, the only recut at both top and bottom on the sheet), 23, 27, 31, 67, 83, 84, 101, mixed condition with faults and some no gum or regummed, still a very useful collection with high catalogue value

E. 6,000-8,000
13,500
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819
 
Classic Balance, 1847-1902. Used stamps hinged on album pages, range of issues with better stamps, including Nos. 1-2, 9, 12, 17, 30A, 37-38, 71-72, 112-122 (15c Ty. II), Bank Notes to 90c, Columbians to 50c, 1895 Bureau to $5.00, Trans-Mississippi to 50c, 1902 Bureau to $2.00, mixed condition with flaws and centering issues to be expected, Fine appearing and useful collection.

E. 1,000-1,500
2,000
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820
 
High Quality Used Collection Balance, 1851-1930s. On Scott pages, stamps selected for centering, color and eye-appeal, mostly lower and medium cataloging stamps, some higher cataloguing 19th Century such as No. 17 pair and No. 72, Columbians to 50c, Trans-Mississippi to 50c, some later higher values include No. 523 and the White Plains sheet, useful Back-of-Book, most at least Very Fine and several Extremely Fine, five with graded certificates

E. 2,000-3,000
5,500
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821
 
19th Century Used Balance. Album pages of nearly all used stamps from 1851 Issue through 1898 Trans-Mississippi, decent coverage of several issues (no Columbians) with some duplication to show different cancels, including a page of Black Jacks (15 stamps), lots of colored cancels (which were a favorite of the owner) including red cancels on Nos. 20 and 116-118, mixed condition with some flaws to be expected, overall Fine, seven certificates accompany

E. 1,500-2,000
2,600
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822
 
Balance of a Consignment. Seven items, including 10X1 reprint, 10X2, 64 without gum with heavy backstamp (1960 P.F. cert), 69 with original gum and couple short perfs, with 1990 P.F. certificate as No. 107 and with 2018 P.F. certificate as No. 69, also No. 100 regummed (possibly cleaned), 313 with disturbed original gum and reperfed (2018 P.F. cert), last is PR27, some faults, overall Fine, offered on their own merits

E. 2,000-3,000
2,500
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823
 
Small Classic Balance. Five used items, No. 36 block of for, No. 36B strip of three, singles of Nos. 79 and 85E, town and cork cancels, faults to be expected, otherwise Fine, No 85E with 2005 A.P.S. certificate

7,400
0
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824
og
Consignment Balance. Five stamps, including No. 263 appears Mint N.H. but perfs cutting in and tiny perf thin, also unused Nos. 68, 227 and 310, used C.S.A. No. 5, mixed condition, Very Good-Fine appearance

E. 750-1,000
600
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825
 
Small Balance. Three items, first is No. 78 in Dark Lilac shade (approaches Blackish Violet) with small faults, second is PR19 no gum and reperfed at left, last is PR73 regummed with 1960 P.F. certificate as PR101 and 2018 P.F. certificate as PR73, Fine-Very Fine appearing group, first two with 2017 P.F. certificates

E. 500-750
2,300
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826
og
High Quality Balance. Twelve stamps, all but one unused, includes 50c Columbian, No. 519, and three Hunting Permit stamps, some Mint N.H., most Very Fine or Extremely Fine, also contains No. 14 used (small faults) and No. 278 regummed and reperforated, seven P.F. certificates accompany

E. 750-1,000
1,000
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827
og
20th Century Unused Balance. Commemoratives from the Louisiana Purchase, Perf. 11 Washington-Franklin series, Mint N.H. Kans.-Nebr. set, later Regular Issues and Commemoratives, Air Post, a complete set of Parcel Post including a choice Mint N.H. 50c with P.F. certificate, also a Recalled Legends of the West sheet, many Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine or better

E. 500-750
1,200
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828
og
Balance. In various albums or stockbooks, value in plate blocks from the first half of the 20th Century, some modern including a few errors, many Mint N.H., much is Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
1,100
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829
 
Balance of an Old-Time Estate. Diverse mix of 1930s-40s plate blocks including $5.00 Hamilton, unused stationery, White Plains souvenir sheet, Philippines Nos. 464 and 472 panes ("Victory" overprints) and O41 (signed Bloch), plus more, mixed condition, appear Fine

E. 400-500
1,700
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830
 
Collection Balance, 1847-1973. In a Scott album, mostly used to about 1930, and largely unused after that, includes No. 1 (two) and 2, higher cataloguing classics such as Nos. 12, 16, 67 and 100, 1869 Pictorials complete, various Bank Notes to 90c, Columbian and Trans-Mississippi sets complete, first three Bureau issues to $5.00, some useful Washington-Franklins including two 5c errors, Air Post includes the Graf Zeppelin set, other Back-of-Book including and unused set of Offices in China, mixed condition, particularly on the earlier issues, most with Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 4,000-5,000
9,500
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831
 
Collection. Neatly laid out in a stockbook, value is in the 1847-1930 period, with some modern also present, contains Nos. 1 and 2 used, various unused and used 19th Century, including some higher value items, Columbian set complete, useful unused 20th Century, Air Post including the Graf Zeppelin set, and more, early issues in mixed condition, much of the 20th Century is Fine-Very Fine

E. 3,000-4,000
9,500
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832
 
Collection, 1847-1976. In two Scott National albums, early stamps mostly used, including Nos. 1 and 2 (latter with P.F. certificate), Columbians to $4.00, Trans-Mississippi to $1.00, later issues a mix of unused and used, from 1922 on nearly all unused and many Mint N.H., Back-of-Book includes Air Post, Special Delivery, Cut Squares, Hunting Permit stamps, and more, also sprinkled throughout are specialized items, such as cancels on the 3c 1861, plate varieties, and some modern coil imperforate errors, somewhat mixed quality, many Fine-Very Fine

E. 3,000-4,000
6,250
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833
og
Unused Collection. In two Lighthouse hingeless albums, sparse on early issues, however what is here is often better, as the collector often has the high values but not the low values, includes several turn-of-the-century dollar values and a Graf Zeppelin set, also modern issues to the 1970s, mixed condition

E. 1,500-2,000
3,750
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834
 
Voluminous Collection, 1847-2015. Housed in 44 binders, through 1946 it is a straightforward collection of unused or used stamps, after that the collector had a page for each stamp, and tried to represent it with an unused and used example, a plate block or strip and a first day cover, sometimes there is more than one plate block or first day cover, several of the first day covers have a block or plate block, many of the recent issues are in full panes, adding up to a fair amount of face value, includes high values, such as the $5.00 Brett Harte, which is represented by an unused single, used single, plate strip of twenty, and four first day covers (each with a plate block of four), also some recent mint still in the Post Office packaging, early issues in mixed quality, later generally Fine-Very Fine, weight is approximately 250 lbs., so potential buyers should factor in the shipping costs when bidding

E. 1,500-2,000
1,600
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835
og
Largely 20th Century Unused Collection. In two albums and a stockbook, starts with the 1893 Columbian issue which goes to the 30c value, includes issues to the 1980s, useful Commemoratives including the White Plains sheet, various Regular Issues, a few varieties such as No. 832b with A.P.S. certificate, Air Posts including the Graf Zeppelin set, and some Special Deliveries, some Mint N.H., slightly mixed quality

E. 1,000-1,500
1,800
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836
 
20th Century Collection Balance. Mix of unused and used stamps on album pages, 1901 Pan-Americans through 1921, commemoratives including blocks of some of the 1909, range of Washington-Franklins up to 50c and $1.00 values, Nos. 477-478 on pieces with U.S. Postal Agency Shanghai circular datestamps, Fine-Very Fine, several certificates accompany

E. 750-1,000
1,700
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837
og
1922 thru 1960's and Back-of-Book, Collection Balance. Stamps on album pages, begins with 1922 Issue complete, other 1920's issues present less the rarities, White Plains sheet, Kansas-Nebraska sets, then essentially complete to 1965, Air Post with C1-C6 in singles and blocks of four, range of extra C3 material including centerline block, used siderographer's initials block, unused pair with same initials, group of singles with plate nos. or "TOP", later Air Post, Special Delivery set with all but one unused, some other inexpensive back-of-book including cut squares, overall Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
2,400
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838
 
U.S. Accumulation. Many hundreds, probably thousands of stamps in glassines housed in two narrow boxes, wide range of material from 1847 thru Back-of-Book, the collector particularly liked Carriers & Locals and other special stamps like Telegraphs, massive amounts of these though a great many (majority) are fakes/forgeries and reprints but some are genuine, also a lot of Postmaster Provisional and other forgeries, genuine items include used Classics, some Government Carrier stamps and proofs, large format Newspaper stamps and proofs, cut squares and many others, very mixed condition but examination should yield some useful material

E. 750-1,000
7,500
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839
 
Extensions Balance. Four items, including No. 72 used with trace of red cancel, 1982 cert as sound and 2011 cert calling tiny tear; No. 75 with 1999 cert as sound and 2011 cert noting top left corner perf added; No. 1995 cert as sound and 2011 cert noting small internal crease, last is No. 239 with original gum, with 2011 cert noting tiny thins, all appear Very Fine

1,470
1,000
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840
ogbl
Plate Blocks Balance. 77, including Nos. 525, 527, 542, 549-550, 614-623, 631-642, 692-701, some Mint N.H., overall Fine-Very Fine group

E. 500-750
850
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841
nhbl
Modern Postage. Full panes and sheets from 1c-94c, significant portion from 29c upwards (over 85% of value) with a strong focus on Forever stamps, also incl. two Legends of the West recalled sheets and Looney Tunes die cut omitted sheets, much still in Post Office packs, rest is loose, Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine, face value

4,900
3,250
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842
nh
Dollar Value Postage. All Mint N.H., incl. singles, blocks, plate strips, booklets and panes, values from $1.00-$18.30, Very Fine, face value

2,050
1,500
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843
nhbl
Mint Pane and Plate Block Collection. Three mint pane albums with sheets, values mostly from 1c to 22c, incl. some premium sheets with small faults, face value alone for panes exceeds $700.00, also with two plate block and strip albums to about 1980s, some earlier plate blocks from 1920s-30s, most Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
450
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844
nhbl
Better Mint Sheet Group. Total of 70 sheets in three sheet folders, highlights incl. 1934 National Parks, few Prexie lower values, 1939 Baseball Centennial (2), 1943-44 Overrun Countries with some duplicates, Nos. 1603-1611, Air Post with Nos. C7-C8, and more, Mint N.H., some edge faults and splitting to be expected, Brookman value exceeds $4,300.00, mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
800
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845
nh
Scrap Postage Lot. Many thousands of plate strips, blocks, singles, partially used sheets, etc., nearly all of which are more desirable denominations from 15c to Forever stamps, some higher, Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine, if your skill is guessing how many jelly beans are in a jar, this lot was tailored for you, we estimate the face value to be multiples of our estimate

E. 1,000-1,500
2,500
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846
nh
Modern Booklet Accumulation. Mostly 29c to Forever, both folded and unfolded booklets, few rolls and souvenir sheets, some in original post office packaging, Fine-Very Fine, face value

1,250
750
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