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Sale 1206 — United States Stamps and Confederate States

Sale Date — Tuesday-Thursday, 23-25 July, 2019

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Category — U.S. Stamp Collections and Accumulations

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
1136
 
Collection, 1845-1961. Gorgeous red Oriel album with quadrille pages containing unused and used stamps hinged in place, including unused Nos. 10X1, 3, 4, 30, 208-211, 238-240, 294-299, 300-309, 323-330, 397-404, 630, C1-C6, C13-C15, E1, K1-K18, Q1-Q12, several better used including Nos. 9X1, 1, 2, 12, 17 (6), 27, 28, 29, 30A (3), 36 (6), 37 (3), 39, 39 with magenta "+" cancel, 67, 67a (2), 70, 70b, 75, 83, 84, 95 (3), 99, 100 (3), 101, 115-122, excellent assortment of Bank Notes, 241-245, 260-263, 275-278, 290-292, U.S. Possessions with Canal Zone, Cuba such as E1, Philippines to $5.00, also some C.S.A. with used Nos. 1 (6), 3 (on piece), 5 (2), 8 (red circular datestamp) and 9 (2), some faults especially in the earlier issues, otherwise Fine, a wonderful old-time collection formed by Lieutenant General Leslie Groves, who oversaw U.S. Army construction projects including the building of the Pentagon, he was also in charge of the Manhattan Project

E. 12,000-15,000
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1137
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High Quality Dealer's Stock. Several hundred mostly unused in twelve counter books, plus a few loose, value primarily lies in 1890-1930 issues, including Back-of-Book, many were selected for their centering and/or Jumbo margins, some could potentially receive high grades if certified, many stamps cataloguing $50.00-$350.00, but some definitively higher, such as $2.00 and $3.00 Columbian, and $1.00 Trans-Mississippi, there are a small number regummed or reperforated, but there are many highly saleable Very Fine-Extremely Fine stamps present, careful examination is recommended to properly value this impressive lot, as our estimate may prove too conservative

E. 10,000-15,000
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1138
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Plate Number Singles, Valuable Balance of the Dr. Hinrichs Collection. A few hundred different unused stamps with plate number in the selvage, from the Bank Note period until fairly recent, though the bulk of the value is from 1890 to 1930, not only did Dr. Hinrichs set out to find as many different stamps with plate number as he could, he insisted on having only high quality stamps, in fact nearly every stamp is accompanied by a certificate, including a large number that are P.S.E. graded, the early issues with many 90 or 95 grades (though there are some imperforate Washington-Franklins grading as high as 100J), after 1925 there are several graded 98, and recent issues graded Gem 100, many Mint N.H., overwhelming majority are at least Very Fine and a high percentage Extremely Fine, would make an excellent basis on which to continue Dr. Hinrich's quest for a plate number single collection in the highest quality, and would be equally desirable for a dealer who wishes a large number of different stamps in choice condition

E. 10,000-15,000
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1139
 
Collection, 1846-1988. In two Scott albums, early issues are a little sparse, picks up in the Bank Note era, including an attractive No. 166 used with P.F. certificate, strength of the collection is 1890 onward which is all unused, Bureau issues to $2.00, including No. 277 with P.F. certificate, good run of Washington-Franklins, including coils and No. 505 error in block of nine, solid run thereafter, decent Back-of-Book with value in Postage Dues, Officials, and a complete set of Offices in China, condition slightly mixed, many of the higher value stamps are Fine-Very Fine, at least 25 certificates accompany

E. 5,000-7,500
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1140
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Unused Collection. In four Safe hingeless albums, starts off with No. 1 (the only used stamp in the collection), with various stamps in the classic period cataloguing hundreds of dollars or more each, Bureau issues to $2.00, and a solid run of Washington-Franklins, Columbian series to $3.00, later Commemoratives complete to 1973 including the Trans-Mississippi, Air Post includes the Graf Zeppelin set and booklets, other Back-of-Book such as Special Deliveries, Postage Dues, Officials, Office in China, and Parcel Posts, mixed condition on the early stamps, including regumming, a couple may have cleaned cancels, the condition improves as the collection goes along, with many Fine-Very Fine and some Mint N.H., overall a useful collection

E. 5,000-7,500
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1141
 
Collection, 1847-2011. In six Scott National albums, contains unused and used stamps up to about 1920, after that it is nearly all unused, including many Mint N.H., many useful medium priced stamps to be found throughout, including Back-of-Book issues, also a few errors, varieties, covers and unlisted material, condition ranges from stamps with faults to Extremely Fine, the 20th Century containing many Very Fine examples, twelve certificates accompany, including some with high grades

E. 3,000-4,000
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1142
 
Collection, 19th-20th Century. Two albums and some loose stamps, including unused Nos. 230-239, 243, 244, 299, 323-330, 669-679, C1-C3, C10a, used including Nos. 241-242, 245, also few entires, few Columbian Exposition tickets, mixed condition, some Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
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1143
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Modern Collection, 1976-2002. In two Lighthouse hingeless albums, just about complete for the period, including the Recalled Legends of the West and other panes, Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
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1144
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20th Century Unused Accumulation. Over 300 items on stock cards or dealer's sales sheet, mostly singles, but some sets or blocks, actually starts slightly before 20th Century with the 1890 Issue and goes to the 1930s, numerous cataloguing in the $100.00-$500.00 range, with some higher, condition ranges slightly, many Fine-Very Fine, some Extremely Fine, there may be a small number with flaws, but most will be sound and saleable, some duplication, overall a useful group for an internet dealer

E. 5,000-7,500
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1145
 
19th Century Used Accumulation, 1845-1888. Many dozens on retail cards, many cataloguing hundreds of dollars each, some even higher, such as ten No. 1, two No. 12 and one No. 122, a few covers including No. 1 and 2, some better cancels, a couple varieties including No. 24 Type Va (A.P.S. certificate), somewhat mixed quality, though there are several Fine-Very Fine stamps, overall a useful and saleable lot

E. 3,000-4,000
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1146
 
Dealer's Stock. Single box of small approval cards, both unused and used stamps ranging from 1851 Issue through early 20th Century, Back-of-Book including Officials (some unused), typical small flaws to be found on some but many sound and attractive stamps present, owner's Scott Retail $24,877.00

E. 2,000-3,000
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1147
 
Miscellaneous Assortment. Various unused and used on stock pages, including some higher values such as $5.00 Columbian, also a group of certified stamps where the certificates note faults (including reperfing and regumming), this group also contains some high cataloguing stamps, plus some booklets and panes, mixed condition

E. 2,000-3,000
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1148
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Modern Accumulation With Varieties. Much is coils, including plate number strips and varieties, over 60 panes of the $2.00 Madison, including some with the minor double transfer, specialized 1959 Postage Dues, including spacing varieties and 7c with dull gum, group of 25 Honeybee coil, with color shifts, imperforate strips of four and six, and two singles and two pairs with black omitted, tagging varieties, Fipex souvenir sheet with significant shift of the 3c, and more, most Mint N.H. and Fine-Very Fine, a useful lot for the dealer in modern varieties

E. 1,500-2,000
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1149
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19th Century Unused Group. Several dozen on sales sheets, mostly from the 1857, 1861, and Bank Note issues, many cataloguing hundreds of dollars each, some with original gum, others no gum or regummed, includes a few proofs, mixed condition, Fine-Very Fine appearance, the catalogue value will be many multiples of our conservative estimate

E. 1,500-2,000
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1149A
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Unused Balance, 1847-1914. Two 5c 1847, both with faults and with P.F. certificates, rest is mostly commemorative sets, including the Trans-Mississippi set and Panama-Pacific in both perfs, also a couple proofs, mixed condition, Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 1,500-2,000
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1150
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1845-93 Issues, Classic Collection Balance. Mostly unused balance on Scott Platinum pages, includes Providence R.I. reprint, No. 26 barely hinged, just a small smattering of used 1861 Issue, Large Bank Notes are unused including original gum Nos. 206, 209-211, 212 (Mint N.H.), 214 (Mint N.H.), 216-217, Small Bank Notes largely complete through the 90c including several Mint N.H., Columbians to the 15c less the 5c and 10c including several Mint N.H., these were all bought from high-end dealers as sound stamps so the quality is well above average, Very Fine balance, 13 certificates accompany

E. 1,500-2,000
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1151
 
Classic Balance, 1851-98. Album pages of mostly unused stamps, including Nos. 7, 9, 10A, 11, 17, 18, 20, 22, 30, 35, 36, 37, 38, 56, 62B, 63, 68, 69, 71, 76, 77, 87 (part imprint), 90, 134, 136, 145, 154, 155, 162, 166, 178-179, 191, 212-218, 219-229, some used including three strips of three of No. 9, some unused (no gum) or regummed, some original gum, few with cancel removed (not many), faults, many appear Fine

E. 5,000-7,500
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1152
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Classic Balance, 1851-75. 20 unused stamps, including Nos. 7, 9, 11A, 24, 26, 35, 37, 63, 65, 68, 69, 73, 94, 112, 116, 117, 123, 124 and 133, mostly unused (no gum) but few with original gum, far better centering than normally seen, the imperfs are all four margins, overall a Very Fine group, twelve with P.F. certificates from the 1970s or early 1980s

6,925
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1153
 
Used Balance, 1851-69. 12 items, including pair of No. 7, singles of Nos. 16, 17, 72, 115-119, few faults, overall appear Fine, two with certificates

E. 750-1,000
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1154
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Unused Balance, 1851-57. Seven singles, including Nos. 9 (two, one with double transfer), 11, 20, 30, 35 and 36B, mostly unused (no gum), few regummed, also two blocks of four of Nos. 24 (no gum) and 26, few small faults, appear Fine-Very Fine, five with certificates

E. 400-500
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1155
 
High Quality Classic Balance, 1851-69. 27 stamps, mostly used from the 1851-1869 issues, imperforate stamps with four large to full margins, perforated stamps well-centered, a few with minor flaws (three of the certificates mention tiny imperfections), Very Fine-Extremely Fine and highly saleable, sixteen P.F. and one P.S.E certificates accompany

E. 2,000-3,000
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1156
 
Balance with High Cataloguing Stamps. Over 30 mostly used 19th Century, including Nos. 9X1, 1 (two) and 2, some unused classics, $1.00 and $2.00 Columbians used, $2.00 Trans-Mississippi unused, and more, including a few proofs, mixed condition, most with Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 1,500-2,000
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1157
 
Balance, 1857-93. Scott album pages of unused stamps, including Nos. 18, 20, 89, 136, 145-150, 156-159, 161-163, 166, 182-189, 191, 208-211, 212-218, 219-229, some no gum or regummed, centering is generally better than normally seen, few with small faults such as possible reperfing, overall a Fine-Very Fine and worthwhile group, twelve with P.F. certificates from 1970s or early 1980s, Scott Retail approximately

18,000
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1158
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1894-1933, Unused Collection Balance. Choice unused balance mounted on Scott Platinum pages, many Mint N.H., 1894-95 Issues to 10c value with Mint N.H., Trans-Mississippi to 10c with some Mint N.H., 1902 Issue to 15c with some Mint N.H., 1904-09 Commemoratives with Bluish Lincoln, Panama-Pacific Issue including No. 400, smattering of Washington-Franklins until the Perf 11's which are complete (less Nos. 500 and 505), Offset Issues complete less 534B, 1922-29 issues complete less the rarities, including White Plains sheet, Air Post with C1-C6, these were mostly bought from high-end dealers as sound stamps so the quality is well above average, Very Fine-Extremely Fine balance, more than 20 certificates accompany

E. 2,000-3,000
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1159
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Commemoratives Balance, 1893-1925. Album pages of stamps and a few covers, including No. 242 on large part of cover, 232 top imprint and plate no. strip of three, 234 block of six, 294-299, 323-330, 367-373, 397-404, some faults, some Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
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1160
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Balance, 1898-1969. Scott album pages of unused stamps, including Nos. 285-291, 294-299, 300-312, 315, 323-330, 331-342, 357-358, 369, 374-382, 397-404, 405-407, 414-423, 424-440, 459, 460, 461, 462-476, 478-480, 498-518, 519, 523-524, 547, 551-573, 595, 630, 634A, 658-679, some of the earlier with gum issues, overall a Fine-Very Fine group

E. 4,000-5,000
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1161
 
Balance. 19th Century used, including No. 1 and $1.00 & $2.00 Columbians, this section is generally poor quality, some unused 20th Century including Air Post and a Recalled Legends of the West sheet, much of this group is Fine-Very Fine, also some Possessions including Canal Zone on sales sheets, mixed condition as noted

E. 400-500
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1161A
 
Balance. Odds & ends in a small box, mostly used 19th Century or Back-of-Book, including cut squares, a little Hawaii and even some worldwide, condition is quite mixed

E. 300-400
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1162
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Balance, 20th Century. 72 Mint N.H. items on stock cards, including nice group of imperforates such as 314 single and pair, 346 and 347 pairs, 533 single and pair, also some nice coil singles, pairs and line pairs across a range of issues with graded certificates such as 443 (95), 450 pair (90), 489 line pair (90), 601 pair (98), 602 line pair (95), few other better, an Extremely Fine group

E. 3,000-4,000
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1163
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High Quality 20th Century Unused Balance. Starts with the 1922 Regular Issue and goes to the 1970s, value in the earlier Regular Issues, which were purchased one-at-a-time, with an eye toward centering and freshness, many at well over catalogue value, also some Back-of-Book from the same time period, nearly all Mint N.H., Very Fine or Extremely Fine, over 40 certificates accompany

E. 2,000-3,000
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1164
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Mint Collection, 1893-1976. Unused collection of mostly Mint N.H. stamps, starts with a few lower denomination Columbians, then a smattering of 1902 imperforates and Washington-Franklins, later issues, Back-of-Book including C1-C3, C14, C15 (hinged), K5 (Extremely Fine Gem and would grade high), K8, K14, etc., overall the condition and centering is well above average even if few higher cataloguing stamps are present, Very Fine-Extremely Fine

E. 750-1,000
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1165
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Plate Number Coil Collection, 1981-2000. Two Scott albums, one plate strips of five, other plate strips of three, both appear complete (one each of every Scott number), Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 200-300
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1166
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20th Century and Back-of-Book Balance. Album pages of unused stamps, including Nos. 551-573, 578-579, 595, 630, 634A, 658-679, C1-C6, top arrow block of C3 with vignette shifted high, C10a single pane and intact booklet, C13 on postcard, C18 single plus FDC with hand drawn zeppelin by Tom Mueller, E1-E16, F1, K1-K18, some faults, overall Fine-Very Fine and attractive collection

E. 2,000-3,000
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1167
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Commemoratives and Air Post Unused Group. Trans-Mississippi including 50c (no gum) and $1.00 (regummed), Panama-Pacific perf 12 set (Mint N.H. and well-centered), and a few later sets, two sets of No. C1-C6, and two additional C6, blocks of four of No. C1-3, the blocks are no gum, spot check of the Air Post singles shows all Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
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1168
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Back-of-Book Unused Assortment. Well over 100 items on sales pages or stock cards, with Special Deliveries, Postage Dues, Offices in China (including complete sets and high values), extensive Officials (this represents probably more than half the value of the lot), Parcel Post and Newspaper stamps, many cataloguing in the $100.00-$500.00 range, a small number have faults but most are Fine-Very Fine and quite saleable

E. 4,000-5,000
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1169
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Back-of-Book Balance. Scott album pages of unused stamps, including Nos. C1-C6, C18, E1-E3, E5-E23, F1, strong in Postage Due with Nos. J1-J3, J5-J7, J15-J16, J20-J21, J22-J28, J30, J44, Q1-Q12, few faults to be expected but overall a Fine-Very Fine group, nine with P.F. certificates from the 1970s or early 1980s

E. 3,000-4,000
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1170
 
Miscellaneous Balance. Used stamps on album pages, a Postage Due collection, various in glassines including a few high-cataloguing stamps, choice appearing stamps but with certificates noting reperfing, plate blocks, errors and more, mixed condition

E. 750-1,000
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1171
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Mostly Unused Balance. Over 30 stamps, most 19th Century, a few early 20th Century, many cataloguing hundreds of dollars each, a few higher values including 24c and 90c 1869 Pictorials (latter used), and a $3.00 Columbian, condition is decidedly mixed, including some faults, regumming, a few cleaned cancels and a couple dubious items, our estimate takes all that into account and is a small fraction of the apparent catalogue value

E. 1,000-1,500
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1172
 
Balance of a High Quality Used Collection. In two albums, this is the balance of a collection whose stamps were featured in our May Gem United States sale, these are the lesser cataloguing stamps which were collected in the same choice quality as the more expensive stamps, virtually all are at least Very Fine and a large number are Extremely Fine, though a tiny number have a small fault, many were purchased on an individual basis at well over the catalogue value, very little 19th Century, since these stamps qualified as single lots, value in the early 20th Century, particularly Commemoratives and Washington-Franklins, goes to the 1970s, plus Air Posts, Special Deliveries, Postage Dues, and Hunting Permit stamps, at least twenty certificates accompany

E. 1,000-1,500
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1173
 
High Quality Certified Balance. Over 50 unused or used stamps, each with P.F. or P.S.E. certificate, including several graded, many are more modestly catalogued stamps in choice quality, some medium priced, Very Fine-Extremely Fine group

E. 1,500-2,000
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1174
 
Used Graded Balance. 17 used stamps, each with graded P.S.E. certificate from 2005-2007, including Nos. 367 (95J), 374 (95J), 375 (98J), 397 (98J), 409 (100J), 498 (98J), 658 (98, SMQ $300.00), few other better, Extremely Fine group, total SMQ value $2,345.00

E. 1,000-1,500
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1175
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Group of Certified Stamps. 24 stamps, two early used (Nos. 93 and 115), others unused from 1880s to 1920s, some Back-of-Book, well-centered and fresh, some Mint N.H., No. O39 with "small part original gum" catalogued as no gum, catalog values to $325.00, each with P.F. or P.S.E certificate (three are photocopies), tiny gum flaws noted on two certificates, others all clear, a few are graded, Very Fine-Extremely Fine and quite saleable, Scott Retail

3,225
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1176
 
High-Quality Used Balance. Small but select group of used stamps, including 348 pair, most with plate nos., few plate blocks such as 663 and 673, virtually all are Very Fine-Extremely Fine, several with certificates

E. 500-750
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1177
 
Miscellaneous Balance of an Estate. Filling four boxes, mostly in albums or stockbooks, unused and used, Cut Squares and Postal Stationery, Revenues, Possessions, a collection of plate number coil strips and more, some of it haphazardly arranged, with better items mixed in with more common material, so careful examination is strongly suggested

E. 750-1,000
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1178
 
Balance of an Estate. Various used, mainly lower or medium priced, but several well-centered, a few modern high denomination plate blocks, booklets, Possessions, including two with P.F. certificates, U.N., and more

E. 300-400
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1179
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Sale Number 1206, Lot Number 1179, U.S. Stamp Collections and AccumulationsMultiples Small Balance, Multiples Small BalanceMultiples Small Balance. Four items, Mint N.H. top double plate no. and arrow block of four of No. 834, Extremely Fine, block of four of No. PR 120 with plate no. and part imprint, three Mint N.H., Extremely Fine, also plate no. and imprint strip of six O16 (original gum) and part imprint strip of O50 (no gum), the strips Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail counting all but the first item as singles without premium for the positions and the O50 as original gum

1,150
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1180
 
Extensions Balance. Four items: No. 292 used with small thin spot, 312 with clear 2006 P.S.E. certificate, J44 original gum with tiny toned spot, R21c with tiny corner perf crease, Very Fine-Extremely Fine appearance, the three with faults with 2019 P.F. certificates

2,015
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1181
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Booklet and Booklet Pane Accumulation. From the earliest to the 1990s, much of the value in early panes, with particular focus on positions, a large number having a plate number in the tab, the 1903 2c Shield panes alone have over 40 with plate number, also five examples of 279BjS, some better early booklets, including No. BK11 (faults), many of the panes and booklets catalogue hundreds of dollars each, modern issues with several Scott-listed errors, plus plate numbers and varieties, a few early panes with small faults, majority Fine-Very Fine, a desirable stock containing many scarce and highly collectable items

E. 5,000-7,500
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1182
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Booklet Pane Balance. No. 279Bk (two), 301c (two), 319g (with plate number), 319Fq (two), 331a, 374a, and C10a (four), one No. 279Bk and 331a lightly hinged, others Mint N.H., one No. 319Fq with faint toning, otherwise Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail

6,035
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1183
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Sale Number 1206, Lot Number 1183, U.S. Stamp Collections and AccumulationsBooklet Pane Group, Booklet Pane GroupBooklet Pane Group. Mint N.H. examples of No. 301c, 332a, 406a, and 583a, well-centered and bright colors, first two with P.F. certificates, latter with P.S.E. certificate, Very Fine-Extremely Fine

1,500
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1184
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Booklet Panes, 1900-1939. Includes first booklet pane with vertical watermark, two shades of the 2c Shield, all of the Washington-Franklins except for the A.E.F. panes, and the later issues including No. C10a, most lightly hinged, Fine-Very Fine

E. 300-400
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1185
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Booklet Pane Collection, 1903-1939. On Scott pages, with four 2c Shield, Washington-Franklins complete less the A.E.F. panes, a few Mint N.H., most lightly hinged, Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
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1186
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Booklet Pane Collection. In two Scott albums, starts with a few Washington-Franklin panes, but the focus is on later panes, the period from 1932-2002 just about complete, adding up to many hundreds of dollars face value, includes the premium panes such as the imperforate Bugs Bunny, probably all Mint N.H., Very Fine

E. 400-500
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1187
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Booklet Collection. A few from the 1930, takes off from the Liberty series thru 37c stamps, which is nearly complete, including the high-value Express Mail stamps, also Air Post including No. BKC1, and Postal Insurance including the first booklet,

E. 400-500
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1188
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Modern Booklet Pane and Complete Booklet Collection, 1954-2010. In two Scott albums, appears relatively complete for the period including Express Mail and Bugs Bunny imperforate, Mint N.H., Very Fine, face value more than

1,700
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1189
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Booklet Collection. 33 mostly different from BK42 to BK110, including BK59, a few early with minor cover faults, otherwise Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail is well over $1,000.00 (probably closer to $1,500.00)

E. 200-300
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Plate Block Collection Balance. In seven binders, commemoratives go to 1930, regular issues to 1979, starts with the 1890 Small Banknotes (including top plate block of No. 221) and several Bureau Issues (some of these are represented by plate strips), Columbians include plate blocks to 4c and 10c strip of four, useful later commemoratives including Louisiana Purchase complete in plate blocks of four, nice range of Washington-Franklins, including 1c and 2c Bluish Paper, and a run of later regular issues, Air Post includes C1-C6 and C18, other Back-of-Book, loaded with items cataloguing hundreds of dollars each, and some over $1,000.00, mixed condition, some of the early blocks or strips with small faults or hinge reinforcing, generally Fine-Very Fine, the total catalogue value is substantial

E. 7,500-10,000
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Plate Block Collection Balance. About 70, from 1890 to the 1920s, including 1890 Issue No. 223 bottom plate block of 12 (Scott Retail $3,170.00), 1894 Issue to 10c (No. 258), early Commemoratives such as 5c Trans-Mississippi and 4c Pan-American, Washington-Franklins including 1c on Bluish, 1922 Issue to $2.00, plus a $5.00 plate block of six, Back-of-Book, with Special Deliveries, No. F1, and Parcel Post to 25c, Mint N.H. RW9, some Mint N.H., condition is somewhat mixed, some of the higher cataloguing plates have faults (mostly small), Fine-Very Fine centering, our estimate takes into account condition, as many were valued at tiny percentages of their catalogue value, viewing is recommended

E. 4,000-5,000
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Plate Block Assortment. Over 30, mostly better cataloguing in the $100.00-$700.00 range, earliest is 2c Trans-Mississippi, No. 308, a few Washington-Franklins, Norse-American set, three $5.00 Presidential, three $5.00 Hamilton, Nos. C1, C2, C4 (two), C6, and C18, other Back-of-Book includes Nos. K3 and some better Hunting Permit, a few are plate strips, most Mint N.H. and Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
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Plate Block Collection. In two White Ace albums, Commemorative volume 1901-1944, starts with 1c Pan-American, includes four from the 1909 Issue, from 1919 onward it appears complete, including all of the better sets from the 1920s, Regular Issue volume 1922-1990, some better early such as the $1.00 1922 (No. 571), complete from 1931 onward, including all of the sets to the $5.00, also some coil plate number strips of three, all are in mounts, many Mint N.H., majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
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Plate Block Collection, 1901-1959. On Minkus pages in two binders, includes 1c and 2c Pan-American, 1909 Commemoratives, a few Washington-Franklins, No. 579 with P.F. certificate, Commemorative sets from the 1920's and well-filled from 1930 onward, including the Presidential and Liberty series, Air Post including No. C18, other Back-of-Book, early issues generally lightly hinged, later issues with a high percentage of Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
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Block and Plate Block Group. Many dozens, from Washington-Franklins to 1930s, a few early plate strips, an array of commemorative and regular issues, with several cataloguing hundreds of dollars each, a few small faults, mostly Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
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1196
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Plate Blocks, Better Items. No. 289 imprint and plate no. pair (lightly hinged), 272 imprint and plate no. strip of three (Mint N.H.), No. 325 imprint and plate no. block of ten (Mint N.H.), plate blocks of six of Nos. 534, 558, 567, 569 (all Mint N.H.), and C2, C5 (lightly hinged), Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail $5,550.00

E. 1,000-1,500
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1197
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Plate Block High Quality Balance. In a Scott album, Regular Issues 1925-54, Commemoratives 1923-47, and a little Back-of-Book, these were picked for centering and freshness, so quality is well above what is normally found, includes a choice No. 575 with P.F. certificate, Presidential and Liberty series complete, useful Commemoratives from the 1920s and 1930s, while not containing any high cataloguing items, there are many choice and desirable plate blocks to be found, most Mint N.H. and Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
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1198
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Plate Block High Quality Balance. About 60, a few Washington-Franklins, majority from the 1920s and 1930s, including Commemoratives, Regular Issues, and Back-of-Book, highest cataloguing is No. 595 (no gum, P.S.E. certificate), others up to $400.00 catalogue value, a few Farley souvenir sheets, most (if not all) Mint N.H., condition much better than usually found, with many Very Fine and some Extremely Fine, including a couple modern with graded certificates, not counting No. 595, the rest catalogues over $2,500.00

E. 750-1,000
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1199
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Commemorative Plate Block Collection, 1932-1987. In seven White Ace albums and one Minkus album, a few early premium items, high degree of completion from 1950 onward, adding up to a fair amount of face value, nearly all Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 300-400
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1200
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Modern Plate Block Collection, 1948-2002. In seven Scott albums, every space is filled, including the dollar value Regular Issues, Express Mail stamps and Air Post, some full panes including the Recalled Legends of the West sheet, Mint N.H., Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
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1201
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Modern Plate Block Collection, 1960-2009. In four binders, plus additional binders of Zip blocks and Slogan blocks, missing only a handful of minor plate blocks for completion, includes Air Post, high denomination Regular Issues and Express Mail stamps, Mint N.H., Fine-Very, the face value is probably close to (if not exceeding) $3,000.00

E. 1,500-2,000
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1202
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U.S. Modern Mint Sheets. Large accumulation of sheets ranging from 1c-39c, wide range of issues with some duplication, well-over half the value in 29c and higher denominations, rest mostly 13c-25c, the odd sheet with some minor splitting but vast majority Fine-Very Fine, face value exceeds

6,600
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Modern Panes, 1989-2014. Neatly arranged in four Scott albums plus a couple mint sheet files, nearly complete to 2010, a little spotty in the last few years, but there is a group of unmounted (with duplication) from that period, includes $1.00 Hopkins and $5.00 Harte, as well as some Express Mail high values to $14.00 denominations, also premium panes such as Recalled Legends of the West and Riverboats with special die cutting (though everything is counted strictly as face value), Mint N.H., fresh and Very Fine, face value approximately

5,000
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1204
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Modern High Value Panes. Panes of mostly 20, stamps range from $1.00 to $14.00 denominations including many priority mail and express mail panes, face values of these panes as high as $273.00, mix of self-adhesive and gummed, all fresh and Mint N.H., a very useful postage lot without any of the lower denomination stamps, total face value

2,528
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1205
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Modern Panes Collection, 1992-2002. In three Scott "Small Panes" albums, mostly 29c-37c panes of twenty, includes premium items such as the Recalled Legends of the West sheet, Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine, face value

1,640
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1206
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Modern Mint Panes. Mainly 8c-25c Commemoratives, a few higher value Air Post or Regular Issues, slight duplication, Fine-Very Fine, face value

1,230
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Modern Accumulation. Sheets (including dollar values), part sheets, many booklets, adding up to a fair amount of face value, plus there are inexpensive stamps from the 1950s-2000s that have been graded by P.S.E., including several 98s and a few 100s, several uncut press sheets, errors, and more, probably all Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
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1208
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Modern Mint Accumulation. Mostly plate blocks and strips in the 15c-25c range, a few booklets, Transportation coil strips (including premium items), includes dollar value regular issues, a few better early plate blocks, Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine, the face value alone should be well over $400.00

E. 200-300
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Loose Postage. Plate strips, booklet panes, partial sheets, etc., from 3c Commemoratives up to fairly recent, with some still in the original Post Office packaging, Fine-Very Fine, face was not calculated but is likely multiples of our estimate

E. 300-400
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1209
 
LITERATURE, Hardcover Literature Balance. Two cartons of bound volumes of United States Specialist, covering years 1937-40, 1945, 1948-51, 1960-81 and 1987, also bound run of Siegel catalogs covering Sales 633-658, buyer must pay actual Fedex ground shipping or carry out

E. 100-150
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