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Sale 1204 — Worldwide Stamps and Postal History, including the Angel Collection

Sale Date — Tuesday-Thursday, 18-20 June, 2019

Category — Australian States thru Canada

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
1231
 
Australian States Collection. In a Scott album, all six states well represented, from the earliest to the Federal issues, majority used, but there is some unused, particularly in the later period, in addition to the major Scott numbers, there are additional shades and varieties, some unlisted such as Revenues, also a stockbook that contains not only duplicates, but some blocks and covers, mixed condition, but better than usually found, many of the imperforate stamps with four margins, Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 4,000-5,000
16,000
1232
og
Australia Mostly Unused Collection. 1913-1965, on Scott pages, value in the Kangaroo issues, First Watermark to £1, Second Watermark complete to 5sh, Third Watermark to £1 (both £1 values), Fourth Watermark complete to £2, and Fifth Watermark complete to £2 (£2 used), other postage issues seem complete, with a few varieties, also Air Posts, Postage Dues, and Officials (the last two groups with some used stamps), majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 3,000-4,000
7,500
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1233
nh
Australia and Dependencies Decimal Issues Collection. 1966 to at least 2014, Mint N.H. Australia and Papua New Guinea from the decimal issues onward, plus Australian Antarctic Territories, Christmas Islands, Cocos Islands, and Norfolk Islands from the first issues, all just about complete (a few more recent issues may be missing), plus a pile of loose material, much still in the original Post Office packaging, including post office packs and a few first day covers, Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
1,400
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1234
 
Austria Collection. Arranged in a stockbook, from the earliest issues to 1990s, some better early used stamps, value in 20th Century, such as a used 10sh Dollfuss (Sorani certificate), and better unused sets, some varieties, unissued 1974 Council of European Municipalities (photocopy of Soecknick certificate for a block), useful Back-of-Book, Bosnia, and more, early issues in slightly mixed quality, most Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
1,400
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1235
 
Austria Mostly Used 19th Century Assortment. On stocksheets and auction lot cards, with better cancels and varieties, several Lombardy-Venetia that adds up to a fair amount of catalogue value, also some unused, Offices Abroad, a little 20th Century including covers, somewhat mixed quality, but overall a useful lot

E. 750-1,000
900
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1236
c
Austria 19th Century Covers and Cards. Over 275 covers or postal cards, collected for different town cancels, with a wide range of towns and types, some duplication, a couple 20th Century, slightly mixed quality, many Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
500
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1237
og
Bahamas Mostly Unused Collection. To 2006 in three homemade albums, a stockbook and loose, some early Queen Victoria issues including the 1883 4p Surcharge, good run of the 20th Century, a significant portion of the value is in more specialized items, such as Specimen sets (including the 1942 Landfall of Columbus set), proofs, varieties from early to modern, and more, slightly mixed condition, majority Fine-Very Fine, well worth a closer look

E. 2,000-3,000
6,000
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1238
 
Bahrain and Kuwait Accumulation. On album pages, stockpages and a stockbook, from earliest issues to 1990s, unused and used, stockbooks contain duplication to various degrees, mainly Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
900
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1239
 
Belgium Accumulation. On stockpages and album pages, some early used, better unused 20th Century sets and high values, a few proofs and other unlisted material, a good portion of the value is in tete-beche pairs and advertising se-tenant pairs from booklet panes, these carry quite a bit of catalogue value in the COB catalogue, majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
600
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1240
og
British Commonwealth Clean Unused Collection Offered Intact as Received. Neatly hinged in two Scott and two Palo albums, emphasis on issues from the 1890s to 1950s, with numerous desirable definitive and commemorative sets from a wide range of colonies, some of which are complete or nearly so for the 20th Century, absolutely loaded with sets and high values cataloguing hundreds of dollars each, the strongest colony is probably Falkland Islands, which is complete from 1898 onwards (including the popular Tercentenary set) and also has an attractive used No. 1 with R.P.S. certificate, a few other colonies have some better early used stamps (St. Vincent, for instance, which has SG No. 10 with two certificates), other popular sets and singles such as Cayman Islands good War Tax stamp (with P.F. certificate), St. Helena Badge of Colony to 15sh, St. Kitts Tercentenary set, Sierra Leone Wilberforce set, plus good selections of Bermuda, North Borneo, Papua, and more, overwhelmingly Fine-Very Fine, an excellent lot either for the dealer desiring a comprehensive stock of highly saleable British Commonwealth sets and singles, or for someone wanting to begin a serious collection of this always popular area

E. 30,000-40,000
45,000
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1241
og
British Commonwealth Group. Mostly unused sets from the first half of the 20th Century, such as the Sierra Leone Wilberforce complete, popular Cayman Is. and Falkland Is. sets, various King Edward VII definitive sets, Australia two 10sh Kangaroos, New Zealand includes a few early used and Coast of Arms postal-fiscals, a few better used, British Central Africa 1903 £10 with fiscal circular datestamp, and some early stamps including British East Africa No. 2 with a Brandon certificate, some Mint N.H., most Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
5,250
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1242
og
British Commonwealth 20th Century Unused Lot. Stockbook with issues from the mid-1930s to about 1950, wide range of colonies, it appears that the stamps in the King George VI period were bought as new issues, as these are all Mint N.H., including just about all of the 1948-49 Silver Wedding sets, could yield some better varieties, with just a quick glance we noticed Ascension 1p and 8p with "Teardrops flaw", Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
4,000
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1243
 
British Commonwealth Small Balance. With a few sets, "Specimen" overprints and plate proofs, incl. Cyprus SG Nos. 40s-49s, 123s-132s and 151s-163s, New Zealand King George VI imperforate plate proofs and plate blocks, Northern Nigeria Nos. 40-52 and St. Helena SG Nos. 55s-60s, plus others, couple small flaws noticed, mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
1,500
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1244
 
British Commonwealth Assortment. Much is Canada, from early to modern, including some errors, varieties, covers, and a couple proofs, plus a range of other colonies, a few dubious items, mixed condition

E. 400-500
950
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1245
og
British Honduras Unused Collection. From 1888 through the 1980s (Belize issues), includes the 1899 "Revenue" 11mm Overprint set, plus a 25c "BEVENUE", 1932 Semi-Postal set perforated "Specimen", varieties such as 1964 1c with Orange-yellow omitted, much is Mint N.H. and Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
600
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1246
og
Bulgaria Unused Collection. 1879-1905, neatly hinged in a Godden album, nice representation from all issues of the period, some duplication including shade and other varieties, nice range of the Lion issues, including 1884-85 Surcharges, largely Fine-Very Fine, a fresh and desirable collection of early Bulgaria

E. 1,000-1,500
2,000
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1247
 
Canadian Provinces Revenue Balance. Wonderful selection individually identified in glassines by the van Dam catalogue, incl. singles, part and complete sets, even some complete panes and varieties, both used and unused with some Mint N.H. noticed, little to no duplication from areas such as Alberta with better Law stamps incl. No. AL10a, British Columbia with Telephone Co., Manitoba with better Law stamps, New Brunswick, Newfoundland incl. Nos. NFR34-NFR35, Nova Scotia incl. No. NSB17, Ontario with No. OL89, Quebec and Yukon incl. No. YL19, some individual values exceed C$500.00 each, while some faults are to be expected, the overwhelming majority is in Fine-Very Fine condition, the total van Dam catalogue exceeds C$30,000.00

E. 5,000-7,500
5,500
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1248
 
Canada Group of Better Items. Neatly organized in glassines, we notice some better classic issues such as Nos. 1-2, 13a (faulty), Large and Small Queens, some original gum and even used 3c Laid Paper, Jubilee values incl. $2.00 and $5.00, high-value Maple and Numeral Issues plus Nos. 77b and 90b booklet panes, Admirals with a couple Lathework blocks, even a few proofs and specimens, condition can be mixed for early high-value classics but much is Fine or better, worth close inspection

E. 4,000-5,000
5,000
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1249
og
Canada and Newfoundland Unused Group. Over 50 items (singles, blocks, or sets) on sales sheets, mostly late 19th or early 20th Century, a few earlier or later, many cataloguing a few hundred dollars each, some higher such as a $1.00 Jubilee, mixed condition, many Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
3,000
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1250
nh
Canada Unused Collection. To 1990 in three Davo hingeless albums, it appears the collector was just starting to build a collection of well-centered Mint N.H. stamps, and got as far as the low values and some medium priced stamps, earliest is No. 43, a smattering of early 20th Century, and a solid run of modern issues, also some loose material, as mentioned condition is nearly all Mint N.H. and Very Fine

E. 500-750
750
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1251
 
Canada Used Group. Includes No. 1 and 4c (latter with P.F. certificate), rest is in the 1898-1911 period, with many well-centered stamps, majority Very Fine or with Very Fine appearance

E. 200-300
275
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1252
 
Canadian Federal Revenues Collection Balance. Neatly organized and cataloged by van Dam in glassines, wide range of areas with both used and unused, some Mint N.H., incl. better Bill stamps incl. varieties such as No. FB9b, Gas Inspection, Weights & Measures, Supreme Court incl. Nos. FSC10 and FSC12, War Tax, Excise Tax, Consular Fee incl. No. FCF1, Postal Note, Unemployment Insurance and others, individual values to C$1,200.00, few small flaws to be expected but far nicer than usual with most Fine-Very Fine, total catalogue exceeds C$20,000.00 in van Dam

E. 4,000-5,000
4,000
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1253
 
Canadian Telephone & Telegraph Franks Balance. Well over 100 franks neatly organized in glassines, incl. Canadian Pacific Railways which is complete except for six franks, Great North Western Telegraph complete, Grand Trunk Pacific Railways incl. Nos. TGT4, TGT6 and TGT7-TGT10, Canadian National Telegraphs complete except No. TCN4 and Bell Telephone incl. No. TBT1, little to no duplication, incl. both used and unused plus some varieties and even panes, few faults but mostly Fine-Very Fine, the total van Dam catalogue should exceed C$12,000.00

E. 2,000-3,000
3,250
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