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Sale 1206 — United States Stamps and Confederate States

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

Category — U.S. Stamp Group Lots by Issue

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
1088
 
3c 1851-57 Issue Balance. 11 used stamps, including No. 11 with unusual geometric; No. 11 with green circular datestamp; No. 11A with Jumbo margins at sides; No. 11 graded 95 (SMQ $275.00), 11A graded 90; No. 26 with green double-circle datestamp, condition is better than normally seen, Very Fine-Extremely Fine group

E. 500-750
900
1089
 
1861-67 Issue Balance. 19 used stamps, including No. 63 in Pale Blue shade, few No. 73 with colored cancels and also one graded XF-90, No. 88 with Masonic trowel cancel, No. 94 with green quartered cork, condition is far superior to what one normally sees, the collector was fastidious in looking for better condition, Very Fine-Extremely Fine, each with certificate, also includes shaved proof of 30c 1869

E. 400-500
850
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1090
 
Bank Note Issues Used Collection. Six small 3-ring binders of used Bank Note stamps, nice representation of the grills including 2c with pinwheel fancy cancel, another with nice rosette, 3c includes split grill, I Grill and quadruple split grill, several graded certificates including Nos. 184 (98J, SMQ $600.00), 209 (95), 210 (95J), fancy cancels throughout such as No. 147 with "DONT USM", 158 with negative Hat of Danbury Conn., several shields, stars, and other interesting such as No. 183 with "Held for Postage" in oval, 184 with unusual Roman Head, 188 with "2345" numeral cancel, 210 with wheel of fortune, Star and Crescent, Kicking Mule, few extend outside of Bank Note period such as No. 249 graded 95 (SMQ $275.00), selected by the owner for superior appearance and eye appeal, Very Fine-Extremely Fine and desirable group, a significant number with certificates

E. 3,000-4,000
6,000
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1091
 
Bank Note Issues Used Balance. 44 stamps, from National to the 1890 Small Bank Notes, chosen for centering and eye-appeal, some N.Y.F.M. geometric cancels, Very Fine to mostly Extremely Fine, a highly desirable group of quality stamps, most bought individually from top dealers, 39 certificates accompany

2,267
2,100
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1092
ng
Sale Number 1206, Lot Number 1092, U.S. Stamp Group Lots by Issue1c-$5.00 Columbian, 1c-$2.00 Trans-Mississippi (230-245, 285-291, 293), 1c-$5.00 Columbian, 1c-$2.00 Trans-Mississippi (230-245, 285-291, 293)1c-$5.00 Columbian, 1c-$2.00 Trans-Mississippi (230-245, 285-291, 293). Rich colors, lower values mostly original gum, higher values either regummed or no gum, few small faults, appear Fine

E. 750-1,000
2,400
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1093
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Sale Number 1206, Lot Number 1093, U.S. Stamp Group Lots by Issue1c-$5.00 Columbian (230-242, 244a-245), 1c-$5.00 Columbian (230-242, 244a-245)1c-$5.00 Columbian (230-242, 244a-245). 50c unused (no gum), several of the dollar values regummed, rich colors, few small faults, Fine appearance, $4.00 and $5.00 with 1972 or 1973 P.F. certificate

E. 1,500-2,000
2,200
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1094
 
Columbian and Trans-Mississippi Dollar Values. Accumulation including $1.00 Columbian (four used, one unused), $2.00 Columbian (three used, one unused), one each used of $3.00 and $5.00 Columbian, two used $1.00 Trans-Mississippi, original-gum $2.00 Trans-Mississippi, also two used No. 278, mixed condition, some with faults, most with Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 1,000-1,500
2,400
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1095
og
1894-98 Bureau Issues Balance. Scott album pages of unused stamps, including Nos. 246-260, 261A-263, 264-277, 279-284, the $5.00 unwatermarked no gum and reperfed, several others without gum or regummed, centering is decent, few small faults to be expected, overall a Fine-Very Fine appearing group, Nos. 261A thru 263 with 1974-1981 P.F. certificates

E. 1,500-2,000
2,500
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1096
og
Sale Number 1206, Lot Number 1096, U.S. Stamp Group Lots by Issue1894-98, 1902-08 Issues, First and Second Bureau Issues Balance (246/320), 1894-98, 1902-08 Issues, First and Second Bureau Issues Balance (246/320)1894-98, 1902-08 Issues, First and Second Bureau Issues Balance (246/320). 56 items, including Nos. 246-262, 264-277, 300-311, 315 pair, many original gum, few small faults, overall Fine with a few Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
2,000
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1097
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Sale Number 1206, Lot Number 1097, U.S. Stamp Group Lots by Issue1c-10c Pan-American (294-299), 1c-10c Pan-American (294-299)1c-10c Pan-American (294-299). Mint N.H. set, bright colors, attractive centering and margins, Fine to mostly Very Fine, 5c, 8c and 10c with 1980s-90s P.F. certificates

957
425
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1098
 
1906-1926 Imperforate Issues, Large Accumulation of Multiples. Many hundreds of items in a large box, some pairs or strips but mostly blocks of various sizes, including plate blocks, arrow blocks, centerline blocks and corner blocks, majority unused (and Mint N.H.), but there is a fair amount of used, good value in 1906-08 Shield stamp (including Mint N.H. plate block of No. 320A with P.F. certificate), 1909 Commemoratives, various Washington-Franklins with particular value in the 1918-20 Offset issue, including several positional blocks of No. 533, plus later issues thru the No. 631, some varieties such as No. 481 Electrolytic plate block and No. 631 without gum ridges in various positional blocks (including three plate blocks), most Very Fine or better, a valuable lot with huge Scott Retail, from the Depew estate, we recommend viewing as the scope of this hoard is difficult to relay

E. 5,000-7,500
16,000
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1099
og
20th Century Imperforates and Coils. Accumulation of many hundreds of items in two stockbooks and on stockcards, imperforate issues including No. 314, with a round-robin set of plate blocks and other multiples, also 1909 Commemoratives and the Washington-Franklin stamps that come imperforate, singles, pairs, and blocks of various sizes, including some plate blocks, also some Farley issues, coils are mostly Washington-Franklins, with singles, pairs (including line pairs) and strips, with several items cataloguing in the hundreds of dollars, duplication throughout, much is Mint N.H., mainly Fine-Very Fine

E. 3,000-4,000
8,500
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1100
c
Imperforates on Cover. More than 90 covers spanning the 1902 Issue through Washington-Franklins and 1920s Issues, wonderful range of covers with many better, including four with No. 314 -- one with single, one with plate no. pair and pair of No. 320, one with strip of three and one with corner margin pair, Washington-Franklins include some offsets such as No. 533, 1920's Issues including some nice Harding Memorial covers, from the Depew estate and acquired mostly individually through dealers and Ebay, he paid $50-$100 or more for many, overall a nice group worth review

E. 1,500-2,000
900
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1101
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Washington-Franklin Balance. Album pages of unused stamps, including Nos. 331-342, 357, 358, 362 (1988 PFC), 374-382, 414-423, 424-440, 460, 461, 462-476 less the 5c color error, 477-480, 498-518 including the 5c color error, 519, 523-524, 547, group of coils (some are not genuine), overall Fine with some Very Fine

E. 4,000-5,000
6,000
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1102
 
Imperforate Flat Plate Coils, Accumulation. Dozens of imperforate coils on stock pages, ranging from Nos. 343 through 409, vertical and horizontal formats, lots of multiples including strips up to 12 stamps long, some better including Mint N.H. pair of No. 346V with paste-up tab, Mint N.H. strip of four of No. 347V, No. 368V in three strips of four, No. 368H paste-up pair, majority are unused with a number used, Very Fine accumulation from the Depew estate, eight certificates accompany

E. 1,000-1,500
1,800
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1103
 
1909-1923 Imperforate Issues, Graded Gem 100 Jumbo. More than 180 singles and pairs from the Depew estate, both Mint N.H. and used, each with P.S.E. certificate graded Gem 100 Jumbo, obviously huge margins throughout, neat cancels on the used, some expected duplication, also a few blocks (not counted in the SMQ value), Extremely Fine Gems, although most of these were cut from larger multiples it is far from easy to accumulate this many Gem 100 Jumbos, especially the used, unpriced in SMQ above the grade of 100 and also 35 items unpriced even at the 100 grade, total SMQ value for the items they price at the 100 grade is more than $27,000.00

E. 7,500-10,000
13,500
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1104
 
1909-1923 Imperforate Issues, Superb Graded Accumulation. More than 125 singles or pairs from Scott Nos. 343-631, both Mint N.H. and used, each graded by P.S.E. with the vast majority in the top echelon of grades, including more than 50 graded Gem 100, more than 30 Superb 98 or XF-Superb 95, approximately 20 XF 90 and the balance of about 20 items graded 75-85, some expected duplication, also a few blocks (not counted in the SMQ value), a tiny number with flaws noted on certificates (with appropriately lowered grade), Extremely Fine Gem accumulation from the Depew estate, total SMQ value is approximately $20,000.00, not counting ten 100's and a number of 95's and 98's that are not priced in SMQ (and would add a good bit more to the total if they were priced)

E. 7,500-10,000
12,500
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1105
og
Sale Number 1206, Lot Number 1105, U.S. Stamp Group Lots by Issue1908-1910 Perf 12 Coils, Paste-Up Multiples (348/387), 1908-1910 Perf 12 Coils, Paste-Up Multiples (348/387)1908-1910 Perf 12 Coils, Paste-Up Multiples (348/387). Group of approximately 20 items on a stock page, mostly unused pairs with a few strips of four, a few with plate numbers underneath the paste-up, includes Nos. 348 strip of four and four pairs, two with plate numbers (4880 and 5187), two of No. 349 including one with part arrow in tab, No. 350 pair, three of No. 352 including a Bureau splice, two of No. 353 including plate no. 5190 on tab, strip of four of No. 355, also a few Nos. 386-387, mix of Mint N.H. and hinged, Fine and very unusual coil balance from the Depew estate, 16 certificates accompany

E. 1,000-1,500
2,100
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1106
 
Sale Number 1206, Lot Number 1106, U.S. Stamp Group Lots by Issue1908-1910 Perf 12 Coils, Used Balance (348/386), 1908-1910 Perf 12 Coils, Used Balance (348/386)1908-1910 Perf 12 Coils, Used Balance (348/386). Group of used multiples, including No. 348 in strips of three, four and five, also Nos. 385 pair (P.S.E. graded F-VF 75), 386 pair (P.F. and P.S.E. graded F 70) and 354 strip of four, all are sound except for the 4c with a thin spot in one stamp, Fine group, 10 certificates accompany

2,935
850
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1107
nh
Sale Number 1206, Lot Number 1107, U.S. Stamp Group Lots by Issue1908-1918 Washington-Franklin Coils, Small Balance (351/492), 1908-1918 Washington-Franklin Coils, Small Balance (351/492)1908-1918 Washington-Franklin Coils, Small Balance (351/492). 10 original gum stamps, including Nos. 351, 391 (Mint N.H., P.S.E. XF 90, SMQ $200.00), 450 (Mint N.H., ex "Scarsdale"), 456, 487 (Mint N.H., ex "Scarsdale"), also Mint N.H. Nos. 488-489 and 492, Extremely Fine group, five certificates accompany

545
450
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1108
 
1908-1914 Flat Plate Coils, Accumulation (353/447). Substantial accumulation on stock pages, both unused and used, the vast majority are multiples including many strips as well as some line pairs, expected duplication, lots of production varieties including paste-ups, splices, some plate numbers, double transfer, somewhat mixed condition with faults to be found but a great many are sound and well-centered, overall a useful horde with a substantial investment in 77 accompanying certificates, from the Depew estate

E. 2,000-3,000
6,250
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1109
nh
1910-1923 Coils, Graded Mint N.H. Superb 98 and XF-Superb 95 Accumulation. More than 70 coil singles, pairs and a couple line pairs, each Mint N.H. and P.S.E. graded, approximately 18 are Superb 98 and the rest are XF-Superb 95 (with some Jumbos), Scott numbers range from Nos. 390-606 with most of the strength in Washington-Franklins, duplication to be expected, Extremely Fine Gems, a superb lot of graded coils from the Depew estate, total SMQ more than $13,000.00

E. 4,000-5,000
6,750
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1110
nh
1908-1923 Coils, Graded Mint N.H. XF 90 and Below Accumulation. More than 60 coil singles, pairs and line pairs, each Mint N.H. and P.S.E. graded, approximately 25 are XF 90 and balance range from VF-XF 85 (approximately 18), VF 80 (approximately eight) and F-VF 75, Scott numbers range from Nos. 348-606 with most of the strength in Washington-Franklins, duplication to be expected, a choice lot of graded coils with most Extremely Fine, from the Depew estate, total SMQ more than $10,000.00

E. 3,000-4,000
5,500
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1111
 
1910-1932 Coils, High Grade Used Accumulation (390/722). More than 180 used singles, pairs and line pairs, mostly Washington-Franklin issues with some later, each graded by P.S.E. including approximately 20 in the Superb 98 or XF-Superb 95 range, approximately 50 graded XF 90 (with a few Jumbos), 35 graded VF-XF 85 and approximately 75 graded VF 80 to F 70, Very Fine-Extremely Fine with the majority 85 or higher, obtaining high grades on used coils is not an easy task, this is a remarkable accumulation from the Depew estate, total SMQ more than $20,000.00 not counting a number that are unpriced

E. 5,000-7,500
8,500
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1112
nh
Coils, Graded Balance. 36 (35 different) Mint N.H. pairs or line pairs, from No. 441 to 1723, plus three Air Post and one Test Stamp, the vast majority 1923-29 issues or the Presidential series, each with P.S.E. (30) or P.S.A.G. (5) certificates, most graded 98, a couple at 95 and four at 100, two are P.S.E. encapsulated, Extremely Fine, four not listed in SMQ including Nos. 1305C (two at 98), 1743 at 100, and TD107a at 100, total SMQ value exceeds $9,000.00 counting all as P.S.E. graded

E. 4,000-5,000
4,000
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1113
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Washington-Franklin Coil Balance. Four items, No. 385 line pair (lightly hinged), 392 line pair (lightly hinged), 443 line pair (Mint N.H.), and 444 pair (Mint N.H.), Fine-Very Fine, first three with P.F. certificates, latter with P.S.E. certificate, also includes a few other inexpensive coils, Scott Retail for the four listed items

1,615
475
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1114
 
Coils, Certified Accumulation. 48 singles, pairs, line pairs, or strips, all with certificates (mostly P.S.E. or P.F.), many cataloguing hundreds of dollars each, includes No. 385 line pair Mint N.H., a rare used No. 386 line pair, 454 line pair used, No. 449 used single (faint crease), 599/599A line pair used, plus used line pairs of No. 392 (P.S.E. graded 85), 395 and 446, six pairs with P.S.E certificates stating No. 606a and two stating 599b, pair and line pair of No. 496a, mostly Fine-Very Fine, with a few Extremely Fine, from the Depew estate

E. 2,000-3,000
5,500
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1115
 
Coils, Graded Accumulation. Includes nine P.S.E. encapsulated (mostly used) with SMQ value of $1,190.00, balance is unused and mostly Mint N.H., No. 390 line pair with P.S.E grade 90 and P.S.A.G grade 95, sets of 486-497 (no 491) singles, 597-606 (no 599A) singles and pairs, and Prexie coil set all graded 95, No. 686 line pair and 687 pair both graded Gem 100 by P.S.A.G., and another group of P.F. or P.S.A.G. graded (SMQ $1,570.00 as P.S.E. grades), Extremely Fine and highly saleable group of graded coils

E. 1,500-2,000
1,500
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1116
 
Sale Number 1206, Lot Number 1116, U.S. Stamp Group Lots by IssueWashington-Franklin Used Certified Coils, Washington-Franklin Used Certified CoilsWashington-Franklin Used Certified Coils. Line pairs of Nos. 390, 410, 412, 458, 486 (graded 90), and 495, pairs of No. 443 and 496 (graded 95), each with a P.F. or P.S.E. certificate, also an uncertified No. 492 pair, well-centered and fresh, Very Fine-Extremely Fine

935
550
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1117
og
1918-1930s Coil Issues, Leader Tape Collection. More than 50 mostly multiples spanning the Washington-Franklin Issue and 1920's-30's Issues, each with attached leader tape, many of the 1920's with full-size tape with imprints, virtually all Mint N.H., a few with faults but overall Fine-Very Fine, a scarce assemblage for the specialist, from the Depew estate

E. 500-750
800
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1118
 
1915-22 Washington-Franklin Rotary Press Coils, Multiples Balance (448/497). More than 75 used and unused items, mostly strips of four or larger, also some pairs, a number better including used strip of four of No. 456, lots of Bureau splices included, a few faults but most items are sound, Fine-Very Fine group from the Depew estate, 37 certificates accompany

E. 1,000-1,500
2,400
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1119
nh
Sale Number 1206, Lot Number 1119, U.S. Stamp Group Lots by Issue1915-22 Washington-Franklin Rotary Press Coils, Joint Line Strips (448/497), 1915-22 Washington-Franklin Rotary Press Coils, Joint Line Strips (448/497)1915-22 Washington-Franklin Rotary Press Coils, Joint Line Strips (448/497). Group of Mint N.H. joint line strips of four plus a couple larger, including Nos. 448, 452, 455, 457, 457 var (cracked plate), 458, 486-490 and 492-497, bright and fresh throughout, Very Fine and choice, ten certificates accompany

3,711
2,200
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1120
nh
1916-1932 Coils, Graded Mint N.H. Superb 98 Accumulation. Approximately 50 coil singles, pairs and joint line pairs, each Mint N.H. and P.S.E. graded Superb 98, Scott numbers range from Nos. 486-723, including Washington-Franklin unwatermarked rotary coils through 1920's-30's issues, duplication to be expected, Extremely Fine Gems, a superb lot of graded coils from the Depew estate, total SMQ more than $11,500.00

E. 3,000-4,000
6,750
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1121
nh
1916-1932 Coils, Graded Mint N.H. XF-Superb 95 Accumulation. Approximately 75 coil singles, pairs and joint line pairs, each Mint N.H. and P.S.E. graded XF-Superb 95, Scott numbers range from Nos. 486-723, including Washington-Franklin unwatermarked rotary coils through 1920s-30s issues, duplication to be expected, Extremely Fine Gems, a wonderful lot of high-grade coils from the Depew estate, total SMQ more than $13,000.00

E. 3,000-4,000
5,750
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1122
nh
1916-1932 Coils, Graded Mint N.H. XF 90 and Below Accumulation. Approximately 180 coil singles, pairs and joint line pairs, each Mint N.H. and P.S.E. graded, more than 100 are XF 90 and the balance range from VF-XF 85 (approximately 40), VF 80 (approximately 20), F-VF 75 (approximately 10) and a few F 70, Scott numbers range from Nos. 486-723, including Washington-Franklin unwatermarked rotary coils through 1920s-30s issues, duplication to be expected, a fresh and choice group with the majority Extremely Fine, from the Depew estate, total SMQ more than $14,000.00

E. 3,000-4,000
6,000
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1123
 
1916-1932 Coils, Graded Used XF-Superb 95 and Superb 98 Accumulation. Approximately 65 coil singles, pairs and joint line pairs, each used and P.S.E. graded, approximately half dozen are Superb 98 and the rest are XF-Superb 95, Scott numbers range from Nos. 486-723, including Washington-Franklin unwatermarked rotary coils through 1920s-30s issues, duplication to be expected, Extremely Fine Gems, a superb lot of graded used coils from the Depew estate, total SMQ more than $9,000.00

E. 3,000-4,000
3,750
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1124
 
1916-1932 Coils, Graded Used XF 90 and Below Accumulation. More than 210 coil singles, pairs and joint line pairs, each used and P.S.E. graded, more than 75 are XF 90 and the balance range from VF-XF 85 (approximately 60), VF 80 (approximately 40), F-VF 75 (approximately 20) and a few F 70, Scott numbers range from Nos. 486-723, including Washington-Franklin unwatermarked rotary coils through 1920s-30s issues, duplication to be expected, a fresh and choice group with the majority Extremely Fine, from the Depew estate, total SMQ more than $11,500.00

E. 3,000-4,000
5,000
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1125
 
Coils, Certified Accumulation with Small Flaws. Several dozen singles, pairs or line pairs, from the Washington-Franklins thru Presidentials, each with a (mostly P.S.E.) certificate noting an imperfection, most are very minor and barely noticeable, several graded (with the grades lowered due to flaws), includes some higher cataloguing Washington-Franklins, Fine-Extremely Fine appearance

E. 400-500
4,000
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1126
nh
Graded Coils Balance. 51 Mint N.H. items each with graded certificate, includes coil singles, pair and line pairs for a range of issues, better items include line pairs of 488-490 and 492-496 graded 90, Very Fine-Extremely Fine group, total SMQ value $4,980.00

E. 1,500-2,000
2,100
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1127
 
Coils, Accumulation. Hundreds of unused or used coil singles, pairs, line pairs, and a few strips, Washington-Franklins thru Presidentials, most are rotary coils, generally the more modest priced items, a few leader pairs or singles and some with plate numbers, most Fine-Very Fine

E. 300-400
1,200
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1128
nh
Graded Coils, Small Balance. Five Mint N.H. singles with P.S.E. grades of Superb 98, including Nos. 495, 603, 605, 687 and 722, Extremely Fine Gems, total SMQ $885.00

E. 400-500
350
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1129
c
Washington-Franklins thru Presidentials, Coils on Cover. Well over 200 covers bearing coils, spanning the Washington-Franklin Issues through Presidentials, only a few perf 12 coil covers are present but there are plenty in the flat plate (including No. 412 line pair) and rotary press issues for the Washington-Franklins, also a strong representation of the 1920s-30s and many Prexie covers, loads of colorful combinations present, Mr. Depew acquired these mostly individually over the years from dealers and Ebay and paid $50-$100 or more for many, a valuable hoard of coil covers, inspection recommended

E. 4,000-5,000
3,000
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1130
 
Presidentials, Graded Used Group. Twelve stamps with P.S.E. certificates, eight different values from -1/2c to 30c, graded 95 (one) 98 (five) or 100 (two), and $1.00-$5.00 each grading 95, and No. 832b graded 90, Extremely Fine, SMQ does not price used Presidentials

E. 200-300
425
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1131
 
1939 Presidential Coils, High Grade Accumulation (839-851). More than 290 items, singles, pairs and line pairs in both Mint N.H. and used condition, each P.S.E. graded including two Gem 100, more than 70 Superb 98, more than 90 XF-Superb 95, more than 50 XF 90, with the balance VF-XF 85 or below, seven specifically noted as the "small holes variety" (counted as normal in SMQ value), Extremely Fine accumulation with the vast majority of stamps in the higher grades, from the Depew estate, total SMQ for those that are priced exceeds $19,000.00 -- more than 125 items, including all the used, are unpriced

E. 4,000-5,000
4,250
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1132
nh
Modern Error Group. 27, mostly imperforate coil pairs (a few are line pairs), catalogue values from $20.00 to $350.00 (No. 1867a), Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

2,770
650
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1133
og
6c-24c 1918-23 Air Post, Accumulation (C1-C6). Singles of C1 (eight, two additional with s.e. not counted), C2 (three), C3 (five), C4, C5 (three) and C6 (two), blocks of C1 (two), C2, C3 and C4, arrow block of C2, imprint and plate number strips of five and six of C3 (catalogued as singles), one C3 and the C2 arrow block hinged, everything else appears Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail approximately

6,165
1,700
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1134
nh
50c Chicago Zeppelin (C18). 31 singles, three blocks of four, three plate blocks of six, four flown first day covers (two with block of four and one with strip of four), and three on flown covers, most on sales sheets, where all but one are noted as Mint N.H. (a spot check shows them to be correct), some will have the inevitable gum bends or skips, Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail assuming all but one Mint N.H.

5,475
1,600
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1135
 
Souvenir Pages, 1972-1974. 62 all different except 8c Yellowstone present both watermarked and unwatermarked, includes 8c Family Planning (watermarked), 2c Cape Hatteras block (unwatermarked), 14c La Guardia (unwatermarked), 11c Hawaii Air Post (unwatermarked), and a run of the later issues, Very Fine

E. 200-300
200
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