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Sale 1217 — United States Stamps

Sale Date — Tuesday, 3 March, 2020

Category — Collections and Accumulations

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
1589
 
Outstanding Balance of Valuable Collection, 1847-1969. In two Heirloom albums, 19th Century mostly unused and contains many stamps cataloguing in the hundreds and thousands of dollars each, although the condition is quite mixed, including stamps with faults and a few cleaned cancels, 20th Century is well-filled, with much Fine-Very Fine, also useful Back-of-Book, one desirable feature is the large number of certificates, 154 in all (28 P.F., 23 P.S.E., 18 A.P.S., and 85 Weiss), the total catalogue value is enormous

E. 10,000-15,000
35,000
1590
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Balance of a Major Classic Unused Collection, 1851-1893. Extensive and valuable collection of unused stamps on Scott album pages, 1851 Issue with original gum Nos. 9 and 11, 1857 Issue largely original gum including Nos. 20, 24 (block of four), 25-26, 26A, 30A, 35, 36, 36B and 38, a couple of these are regummed or no gum, 1857 Reprint with Nos. 40 and 42, 1861 Issue includes a couple with original gum and others with no gum or regummed, Nos. 63, 65, 68-69, 73, 75-78 all present, a few E and F Grills, 1861 Re-Issue with original gum No. 102, 1869 Pictorial Issue through the 30c less the 24c (15c Type II only, 6c is used), the 1c-10c are original gum, the others are regummed or no gum, 1875 Pictorial Re-Issue with both 1c and 2c, decent range of Bank Notes including National Nos. 134, 149, 151 and 153, Continental Nos. 156-161, American Issues complete less just a couple and includes Special Printing No. 211B, Small Bank Notes complete, the centering is mostly Fine with some Very Good, small faults to be expected and there are plenty of regummed stamps as mentioned, our estimate takes that into account, overall a desirable collection with many useful stamps, a dozen or so old P.F. certificates accompany, Scott Retail approaches $40,000.00

E. 7,500-10,000
12,000
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1591
 
Valuable 19th Century Collection, 1851-1898. Used and unused stamps in a Scott hingeless album, 1851-57 Issues include Nos. 7, 9, 10A, 12, 17, 20, 24 (o.g.), 28 and 36B (o.g.), 1861 Issue includes Nos. 56, 63, 64 (PFC), 69-70, 72, 73 and 76 with a few of these unused, 1867-68 Grills with Nos. 90, 92, 94, 100-101 with 1c and 3c unused, 1869 Pictorials through the 30c (less 12c) with 1c-3c and 10c unused, also 1869 Pictorial Re-Issue with Nos. 123 and 130 (latter o.g.), strong coverage of the Bank Notes with used Nationals and Continentals and mostly unused beginning with the American Bank Note issues, 1890 Issue complete unused, Columbians complete unused through the $4.00 with all but the $2.00 original gum (disturbed on the other dollar values), 1894-98 Bureaus mostly complete including original gum No. 262, Trans-Mississippi through the 50c with original gum and Pan-Americans, also some back-of-book including E1-E4 and some Postage Dues, mixed condition with flaws to be expected or many more stamps would have made individual lots, overall Fine appearing and valuable collection, several certificates accompany, Scott Retail in excess of $35,000.00

E. 7,500-10,000
10,500
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1592
 
19th & 20th Century Unused and Used Collection. Actually two collections formed by the same collector, at one time they may have been separate unused and used collections, but both albums now have both unused and used stamps, and there is a group of loose material (mainly on auction lot cards) that was never mounted, includes used classics (both albums contain a No. 1 and 2), toward the late 19th Century one album contains more unused, both have complete sets of the Columbian and Trans-Mississippi issues, 20th Century contains useful unused, particularly Washington-Franklins, and an array of Back-of-Book issues, while condition is mixed, many of the better items were purchased at auction and are Fine-Very Fine, with an occasional Extremely Fine stamp, several with certificates, careful viewing is recommended

E. 7,500-10,000
26,000
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1593
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Substantial Unused 19th & 20th Century Collection. To the 1950s in two Lighthouse hingeless albums, value is in 19th Century, with many higher cataloguing stamps, several over $1,000.00, 20th Century is well-filled, with Commemoratives and Regular Issues (mainly Washington-Franklins), and useful Back-of-Book, includes original gum, regummed and no gum stamps, mixed condition, 47 (mostly A.P.S.) certificates accompany, majority noting faults to some degree, our estimate takes into account the mixed quality, many stamps were valued at a tiny percentage of their catalogue value, inspection is recommended

E. 5,000-7,500
15,000
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1594
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19th & 20th Century Collection. White Ace album pages of unused stamps, including Nos. 7 (Position 13L2 with cracked plate), 9, 35, 38, 63, 65 single and block of ten, 69, 117, 165-166, 190, 191, 212-217, 219D-229, 230-245, 260, 276, 277, 278, 279-284, 285-292, 294-299, 311, 312, 323-330, 342, 357, 358, 397-403, 421, 422, 479-480, 500, 505, 519, 523-524, 551-573, 658-679, better stamps generally have small faults but appear Fine with a few Very Fine

E. 5,000-7,500
13,000
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1595
 
Well-Represented Collection, 1847-1917. Used and unused stamps on album pages and in envelopes, lots of better Scott numbers including used Nos. 1-2, 30A, 37, 38 (appears unused), 112-122 (1c unused, no gum, extra 6c), unused including Columbians Nos. 230-245 complete plus extra No. 245 used ($3.00 is used and rest of dollar values regummed or no gum), Trans-Mississippi Nos. 285-293 complete with 50c and $2.00 unused, 1894-95 Bureaus used including a $2.00, 1903 Bureaus unused to 50c and used $1.00, mix of early 20th Century mostly unused including Nos. C13-C15 hinged and a handful of Air Post plate blocks including C7-C9, mixed condition especially on the early issues, overall Fine or appear so, Scott Retail well more than $18,000.00

E. 4,000-5,000
6,500
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1596
 
Regular Issues Collection Balance, 1847-1954. In a Lindner hingeless album, early issues mostly used but does contain some better unused, includes 1847 5c and 10c, plus 5c pair on cover, both 1847 Reproductions, 1857 Issue to 90c, and Nos. 20-20-18 strip of three used, 1861-67 Issues contains some shades and grilled stamps to 90c, 1869 Pictorials complete, plus Re-Issues including a rare block of four of 1c (no gum, small faults), and single 15c used and 30c unused, Bureau issues include the $5.00 stamps, Washington-Franklins are a little spotty, but does contain a few better stamps, solid run from 1922 onward, sprinkled in are extras, such as multiples and better cancels on 3c 1861, mixed condition, vast majority with Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 5,000-7,500
10,000
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1597
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Collection, 1847-1964. Red Lighthouse album of mostly unused stamps, few used at beginning including Nos. 1 and 36, unused include Nos. 11A, 63, 65, 73, 217, 230-239, 461, 467 in strip of three with two normal 2c, 480, 630, 658-679, Air Post including Nos. C13-C15 and C18, some other Back-of-Book areas represented, Mint N.H. starts with some of the Columbians, overall fresh and Fine-Very Fine, a far cleaner collection than often encountered, 19 with certificates

E. 4,000-5,000
6,500
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1598
 
Collection of Stamps and Covers. 1845-1930s in an old Rapkin album, starts with No. 1 and 2 on covers, 90c 1860 (cancel likely genuine but with repaired corner), 1869 Pictorials complete plus extra 90c that appears unused, various Bank Notes, turn-of-the-century high values, some 20th Century unused including the Graf Zeppelin set C13-C15, a few Revenues and other Back-of-Book, covers include several 19th Century to Nova Scotia or Canada, and some registered 20th Century to Canada, mixed condition, careful inspection is recommended and will likely prove our estimate to be conservative

E. 3,000-4,000
12,000
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1599
 
Mostly Used Collection, 1847-1938. Mostly used stamps on Harris album pages, better includes 5c 1847, range of 1851-57 Issues up to 12c, 1861 Issues up to 90c less the better shades, few Grills up to 30c, 1869 Pictorial Issue complete to 90c, Bank Notes to 90c, later 19th Century with Mint N.H. 4c Trans-Mississippi plate no. single, 20th Century includes No. 505 in pair with normal 2c stamp, 529a double impression, Back-of-Book with Special Delivery essentially complete, others, mixed condition with flaws to be expected on the better 19th Century, many appear Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
2,500
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1600
 
Balance of Major Used Collection, 1851-1959. Scott National album containing used stamps in black mounts, including Nos. 8A, 13, 14, 18, 20, 28, 32, 69, 70, 73, 75, 78, 86, 87, 91, 95-98, 118, nice representation of Bank Notes with values to 90c, few other interesting such as 36B pair, few with captured imprint such as Nos. 24 and 35, four of No. 114 with different cancels including one in green, 3c Bank Notes and No. 210 with various cancels, Columbians include 8c-$2.00 and $5.00, First Bureaus to $2.00, 1902-03 Issue to $2.00, great range of Washington-Franklins, Panama-Pacific complete for both perfs, few booklet panes, Air Post with Nos. C1-C6 and C18, Special Delivery complete, Postage Dues including J59, Parcel Post complete, 5L2, 143L1, 143L3, few other areas such as Confederate States with used Nos. 5 and 13, some faults, many Fine-Very Fine, a worthwhile holding

E. 4,000-5,000
5,500
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1601
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Collection Balance, 19th Century. Scott National pages of unused stamps in black mounts, including Nos. 9, 26 pair with part imprint and "P" of plate no., 35, 56, 63, 68, 71, 76, 93, 96, 102, 113, 114, 117, 120, 136, 157, 160, 178, 179, 206-211, 217, 219D, 227, 229, 211B, 238-241, 243, 259, 260, 261A, 276, 276A, 279Bj, 279-274, 285-292, some unused (no gum), some regummed or disturbed gum, few original gum, few faults to be expected especially in the higher value stamps, otherwise Fine-Very Fine group, 15 with older certificates

E. 3,000-4,000
12,000
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1602
 
Collection, 1847-1990s. In three albums, mostly used thru 1940, many unused after that, some higher cataloguing early stamps, useful 20th Century including a White Plains sheet, various Back-of-Book, including Revenues and Hunting Permit stamps, mixed condition

E. 1,000-1,500
1,800
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1603
 
Balance, 19th & 20th Century. On 17 stockcards, used Nos. 1 and 2 (two), three copies of No. 3, various other unused and used classics, later issues unused, Columbian issue complete, Trans-Mississippi to $1.00, Bureau issues to $2.00, later Commemorative sets, Air Post including the Graf Zeppelin set C13-C15, mixed condition, some appear Fine

E. 3,000-4,000
8,500
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1604
 
Mostly 19th Century Balance. Over 60 stamps, mainly used, with 1869 Pictorials to 90c, various Bank Notes to 90c, some unused including No. 154 pair (no gum), a little 20th Century and some cut squares, mixed condition, many with Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 1,000-1,500
2,200
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1605
 
Balance, 1851-94. Stock pages of used stamps, including Nos. 9, 10A pair, 14 pair, 15, 17 single and pair, 67 (two), 70-72, 75, 89, 92, few Bank Notes such as 153, also some freaks such as pre-printing paperfolds and misperfs, some faults, some Fine-Very Fine, three with older P.F. certificates

E. 2,000-3,000
2,400
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1606
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Tremendous 6-Figure Catalogue Value Holding of Plate Blocks. Over 150 plate no. blocks (a few are plate no. strips), starts with the Trans-Mississippi issue and goes to about 1938, plus Back-of-Book, most cataloguing at least hundreds of dollars each, a large number over $1,000.00, early Commemoratives, 1902 Regular Issue to 13c, many Washington-Franklins, including elusive items such as Nos. 461 and 500, first two Air Post issues, high cataloguing Special Deliveries, Offices in China, Guam, and more, also seven plate number strips of ten of No. 213, there is some duplication (often on the better plate blocks), some Mint N.H., somewhat mixed quality though a good amount is Fine-Very Fine, a substantial lot, we would not be surprised if the total catalogue value approached $200,000.00

E. 20,000-30,000
40,000
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1607
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Substantial Group of Unused Blocks. Mostly 20th Century, well over 100 singles, sets or groups, in blocks of four (a few larger), early 20th Century Commemorative sets and singles in various quantities, Regular Issues include the 1902 Series and a substantial group of Washington-Franklins, later Regular Issues, useful Back-of-Book (primarily Air Post, Special Delivery, and a high cataloguing group of Officials), some positional blocks, most cataloguing several hundred dollars each and quite a number are over $1,000.00, includes blocks that have all or some of the stamps Mint N.H., some small faults, majority Fine-Very Fine, even the most conservative method of cataloguing will come to a value in excess of $80,000.00

E. 10,000-15,000
23,000
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1608
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Plate Block Balance. Small balance of six Mint N.H. items, including plate blocks of six of Nos. 279, 567, JQ3, RW15 and RW32, also No. 1894a in a side margin plate no. block of 20, Very Fine, Scott Retail approximately

2,800
1,000
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1609
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Sale Number 1217, Lot Number 1609, Collections and AccumulationsEarly 20th Century Imperforate Plate Blocks, Early 20th Century Imperforate Plate BlocksEarly 20th Century Imperforate Plate Blocks. Six Mint N.H. plate blocks, including Nos. 320 (top), 368 (top), 371 and 373 (sides), 384 left sheet margin block of 20 showing all marginal markings including variety of initials, finally No. 534 (left), large margins on all, Very Fine-Extremely Fine, a fresh group

1,875
850
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1610
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Used Blocks. Fifteen items, most are blocks of four, but includes a few larger and one plate no. strip of four (No. 573), Washington-Franklin dollar values, 1922 dollar values, first Air Post set, and No. O89 block of eight, two are plate blocks of six (No. 572 and C6 - catalogued as a block of four and two singles), a few small faults or perf. reinforcing, Fine-Very Fine appearance, Scott Retail well in excess of $3,500.00

E. 500-750
750
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1611
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Plate Number Multiples Balance. Ten items, including imprint and plate no. strips of three of Nos. 269 and 270, imprint and plate no. strips of four of Nos. 232, 235, 294, 325 (two), imprint and plate no. block of four of No. 326, imprint, double plate no. and arrow strip of six of No. 295, few small faults, overall Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
700
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1612
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20th Century Unused Collection, 1902-1965. Collection in two Scott hingeless albums, essentially all original gum with issues up to at least 1922 hinged and also some disturbed gum, including 1902 Issue through the $2.00, Louisiana Purchase and 1909 Commemoratives complete, Washington-Franklins largely complete including the dollar values (less the rarities of course) and includes some genuine Perf 12 coil pairs, Panama-Pacific complete, No. 505 in a block of six, 1922 and later issues including White Plains sheet, back-of-book with Air Post including C13-C15, Parcel Post complete, range of Postage Dues, Offices in China complete, etc., a few small flaws to be found and some disturbed gum as mentioned, overall Fine-Very Fine and fresh collection

E. 5,000-7,500
10,000
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1613
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Valuable 20th Century Unused Assortment. A couple hundred items, many were purchased individually at auction as singles, sets, or groups, contains early Commemorative sets in useful quantities, 1902 Regular Issue has several dollar values including two $5.00, Washington-Franklins include high dollar values, coil pairs, Bluish Papers (three 6c, one 10c and two 15c) and 5c Errors, later Regular Issues and three White Plains sheets, also Air Post including four Graf Zeppelin sets C13-C15, a small number of used (these are usually better items such as No. 313 and an additional Graf Zeppelin set), slightly mixed condition, some with small faults, but a large portion is Fine-Very Fine, overall a saleable group that boasts a catalogue value approaching (if not exceeding) $70,000.00

E. 7,500-10,000
26,000
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1614
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20th Century Collection Balance. Scott National album of unused stamps in black mounts, including Nos. 295-299, 300-311, 323-327, 399-400A, 404, 479-480, 500, 545, 546, 595, 599A pair, coils represented by singles and pairs, few blocks including blocks of four of 538a, 546, 538, few faults, few reference items in the coils, still a Fine-Very Fine collection

E. 2,500-3,500
6,250
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1615
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20th Century Collection, 1922-39. Unused stamps on album pages, essentially all Mint N.H. and a spot check of some of the better stamps confirms this with just a couple exceptions, 1922 Issue complete plus No. 573a, remainder of 1920's complete less the rarities and less No. 634A, three White Plains sheets with decent centering, Kansas-Nebraska sets complete, continues through 1939 Presidentials including No. 832b, also some later sheets including a group between Nos. 733 and 748 and three sheets of se-tenant Nos. 1331-1332, three plate blocks of the $5.00 Hamilton No. 1053, also some coils, fresh and Very Fine collection

E. 1,000-1,500
1,500
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1615A
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20th Century Collection Balance. On album pages, regular issues include Nos. 299 and 327, booklet No. BK43 (missing one 2c pane), plate blocks of Nos. 554 and 577, few other blocks of four, 1938 Presidentials complete in both singles and plate no. blocks of four with extra $1.00 No. 832c, Air Post including C1-C6, C10a, C14, plate blocks of Nos. C21 and C24, other singles and blocks, finally No. Q10, fresh condition essentially throughout with just the few typical flaws that may be found, a number of these were bought as individual lots in 1980's auctions, Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
900
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1616
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Late 20th Century Collection Balance. Four stuffed banker boxes of Mint N.H. material from 1970's to recent, both albums and loose, including singles, blocks, sheets, booklets and some postal stationery, denominations up to Express Mail rates, a few better than face items including a Recalled Legends of the West sheet, fresh and Very Fine hoard, not doubt several thousand dollars in face at least -- which will take a significant amount of time to count

E. 1,000-1,500
1,600
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1617
 
Collection Balances. Two collections, one is Regular Issues in an old album, with early used stamps and unused starting in 1890, with a strong showing of Washington-Franklins, other is Commemoratives in a Lindner hingeless album, complete to the 1950s, some of the Columbian and Trans-Mississippi stamps are used, others all unused, mixed condition, some appear Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
9,000
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1618
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Balance, Late 19th & 20th Century. Stock pages in album of mostly unused stamps, including imprint and plate no. strips of three of Nos. 270 (two), 282, plate no. singles of Nos. 269, 275, imprint single of No. 228, also Nos. 404, C10a, C18 block of four, few used such as Nos. 276A and 226-229, nice group of singles with plate nos., some faults to be expected, overall Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
1,700
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1619
 
Balance, 19th & 20th Century. 13 items including used Nos. 119, Hawaii No. 24, blocks of four of Nos. 219D, 679 and J67, plate block of 14 of C.S.A. 11c, few other better such as 851 pair graded 98, 1054A pair graded 100, 1298 line pair graded 100, 1949a complete booklet, 117L3, RJA80a pair, overall Very Fine-Extremely Fine group

E. 1,000-1,500
1,500
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1620
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Unused Balance. 41 items, including Nos. 24, 63, 76, 157, 229, 240, 294-299, 402, 403, 503 (NH 90), 511 (NH 90J), C3 approaching Fast Plane, most are Very Fine, eleven with certificates

E. 1,000-1,500
1,500
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1621
 
Collection Balance. About 10 albums and some miscellaneous, three of the albums contain face from 1960's-1990's, with denominations up to $10.75 and a recalled Legends of the West sheet, also several international volumes with low-value material, Fine-Very Fine, we recommend carrying this out as it is heavy for the value

E. 200-300
475
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1622
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Modern Collection, 1963-2003. In four Lighthouse hingeless album, nearly every space filled, value is in modern full panes, including high value Express Mail Stamps ($9.95, $10.75 and $14.00), premium items such as the Recalled Legends of the West sheet and some varieties, probably all Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine, face value approximately

2,400
1,700
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1623
 
U.S. & International Collection. In an old-time Scott International album, best items are U.S. including used Nos. 12, 27 and 28, also some unused including Nos. 24, 65 and 73 as well as a range of unused 1887-1890 Bank Notes, back-of-book with War Department unused, international pages contain a range of countries with nothing particularly valuable, mixed condition, some appear Fine

E. 300-400
1,500
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1624
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Back-of-Book Unused Group. Over 40 items, singles or sets, with Special Delivery, Postage Due (including Nos. J1-7, J20-21, J37, J58 used, and J59), Offices in China (including a complete set), Officials, Newspaper Stamps (where a good deal of the value lies - catalogue values up to $2,600.00), and a few others, many were bought individually at auction, slightly mixed condition, most with Fine-Very Fine appearance, Scott Retail approximately $50,000.00

E. 5,000-7,500
10,500
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1625
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Back-of-Book Collection. Wide-ranging mostly unused collection in a single box, extensive Air Post including C1-C6, Graf-Zeppelins C13-C15 but at least first two and possibly all three regummed, sheets of C10 and C46, plate blocks of C20-C22 with duplication (at least five each), smattering of earlier Postage Dues including J3, J6, J25-J26, J33 and a few others, from perf 11 forward largely complete, Parcel Post including 15c and 75c, JQ's complete less 10c, Offices in China up to K15 with several missing, Officials are mostly used, Newspapers & Periodicals with six large-format stamps and a range of later issues, C.S.A. with genuine No. 1 and a group of forgeries, wide range of cut squares and revenues (mostly used of course) with nothing particularly valuable but a lot of stamps, finally a 1939 printed invitation from King George VI, overall Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
7,500
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1626
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Back-of-Book Issues Balance. Scott National pages of unused stamps in black mounts, including Special Delivery Nos. E2-E3, E5-E8, E10, Newspapers and Periodicals such as PR3, PR5-PR7, Q1-Q12, QE1-QE4, JQ1-JQ4, few faults, many Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
1,600
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1627
 
Booklets Collection. Comprehensive collection mostly mounted on pages, including unused panes of 279Bj (two), Philippines 214b, 300b, 301c, two of the 2c Shield issue including one with plate no., some collateral items such as postage stamp agency receipt for booklets from 1906 and printer's waste of uncut covers from 1939, 2c pane with double line at bottom, two reconstructed booklet panes of 1c showing plate crack, several varieties such as pre-printing paperfolds, shifted margins (miscut), etc., C10a well represented by a pane and two covers plus five covers with intact panes, other issues also represented by a fantastic range of covers containing either stamps from panes or intact panes, overall fresh and Very Fine, a wonderful collection for the specialist

E. 3,000-4,000
5,500
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1628
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Booklet Pane Collection, 1903-1975. In a single Scott album and some loose, including Nos. 300b, 301c, 319g (two), Washington-Franklins complete less the AEF panes, 1920's thru later issues ending in 1970's, Fine-Very Fine

E. 500-750
600
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1629
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Sale Number 1217, Lot Number 1629, Collections and Accumulations19th Century Proofs Balance, 19th Century Proofs Balance19th Century Proofs Balance. More than 60 proofs, two are small die proofs and the rest are plate proofs in a mix of India and card, issues range from 1857 through Columbians with several better proofs including Nos. 42P3, 55P3, 62BP3, 59P2 and 61P2 on original Roosevelt Album card backing, 70P4, range of Bank Notes and Columbians up to 8c, some small flaws to be expected, overall Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail approximately

5,700
2,300
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1630
P
Proof and Essay Balance. Several dozen items, much of the value in 1847-1866 Issues, with several die essays, plate proofs (some trial colors) including multiples (we note an imprint and plate no. block of No. 145P3), a couple large die proofs, many were purchased individually at auction and catalogue hundreds of dollars each, a few over $1,000.00, slightly mixed quality, mostly Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail well in excess of $15,000.00 (may approach $20,000.00)

E. 3,000-4,000
6,250
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1631
P
Proofs Balance. 18 items, including Nos. 70P4 (faded), 74TC3, 74TC4, 236P4, 240P4, 241P4, others are Bank Notes, all have four margins, Fine-Very Fine group

E. 500-750
425
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1632
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Balance of Better Items. Eleven items, including Nos. 1 (2), 241, 242, 292 (3), C1, C14 on 1c Postal Card, RW1 affixed to license, few faults, most appear Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
1,500
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1633
 
Balance of Consignment. Most of the value in Graf Zeppelins, with a complete used set, two $1.30 on flown covers, and $1.30 and $2.60 on flown first day covers, also used No. 1, various odds and ends including Revenues and covers, mixed condition

E. 1,000-1,500
2,100
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1634
 
Used Balance. 23 stamps, including Nos. 27, 28, 71, 78b, 101, 162, 229 (Sept. 12, 1890 cancel), few Bank Notes with NYFM cancels, some faults, some Fine-Very Fine with a few Extremely Fine, eight with certificates

E. 500-750
1,400
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1635
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Sale Number 1217, Lot Number 1635, Collections and AccumulationsExtensions Balance, Extensions BalanceExtensions Balance. Three choice condition items with older clear certificates and a newer certificate noting a discrepancy, including No. 256 with bottom plate no. selvage, Extremely Fine, with 1996 P.F. certificate as Mint N.H., with 2019 P.S.E. certificate as lightly hinged (OGph, VF-XF 85J), No. 440 with left plate no. selvage, outstanding centering and Extremely Fine, with 1984 and 2002 P.F. certificates as Mint N.H., with 2019 P.F. and P.S.E. certificates as regummed (XF-Superb 95), finally Mint N.H. No. 573 with top plate no. selvage, Extremely Fine, with 2003 P.S.E. certificate as the Carmine Lake & Dark Blue No. 573a, with 2019 P.S.E. certificate as No. 573, Scott Retail counting No. 440 as hinged original gum

765
1,700
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1636
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Certified Group. 31 unused mostly 20th Century items, several Washington-Franklin coils, also Back-of-Book including Newspaper stamps, each with a certificate (26 P.F., four P.S.E. and one A.P.S.), a few of the certificates mention small faults but most are clean, a couple are photocopies of blocks, a large number are Fine-Very Fine, Scott Retail in excess of $15,000.00

E. 2,000-3,000
4,750
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1637
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20th Century, Superb Graded Balance. 12 P.S.E. graded Mint N.H. singles or pairs plus a block, including Nos. 320 pair (98), 496 joint line pair (95), 538a block of four (95), 548 with plate no. (95J), 549 (95), 564 (98), 565 (98), 605 pair (98), 606 pair (98), 637 (98), 849 joint line pair (95), RW22 (98), fresh and Extremely Fine Gems, total SMQ not counting No. 538a block is $3,000.00

E. 1,000-1,500
2,100
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1638
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Errors. Over 30 items, a few pre-WWII items such as Nos. 499c and E15c (two), most of the others are modern errors, imperforates and color-omitted, most cataloguing in the $200.00-$850.00 range, also blocks of four (two pairs) of Nos. C113a and C119a, a couple of the earlier items hinged, otherwise Mint N.H., eleven with P.F. certificates, Scott Retail is over $13,000.00, but there are some items that were not counted, such as No. 689a no gum and with blue mark on back showing thru, majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
3,500
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1639
 
Fancy Cancels Balance. Stock pages of various fancy cancels, including No. 10A with small "Paid", nice group of 1861-66 Issue such as several No. 65, No., 67 with San Francisco cogwheel (two), group of No. 65 with various cancels, 113 with face, 114 tied on small piece by well-struck Heart, great group of Bank Note issues with skull & crossbones, faces, NYFM, Stars, Letters, Shields, others, some faults to be expected but selected by the owner for their superior strikes, Very Fine and diverse group

E. 2,000-3,000
5,750
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1640
 
Accumulation. Carton containing a wide range of items, including some War Savings stamps and collateral items such as bonds and booklets, stamps include Nos. C1-C6, C18, nice group of official seals, few assorted Revenue items such as two coupon books for special tax stamps, mixed condition, some Fine-Very Fine, a diverse group

E. 500-750
1,100
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1641
c
Cover Accumulation, 1860's thru Early 20th Century. Many hundreds of covers in two plastic bins, the vast majority are 3c or 2c standard letter rates from the latter half of the 19th Century into the early 20th Century, including lots of 3c Bank Notes, 2c Columbians, 2c Washington-Franklins, others including some international, condition is a bit rough but careful sorting should yield some usable material

E. 200-300
450
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1642
 
Balance of Estate. Several envelopes that were purchased as auction large lots decades ago, various other balances, much is Back-of-Book including Revenues, mixed condition, requires careful viewing as our estimate is probably very conservative

E. 1,000-1,500
7,500
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1643
nh
Modern Lot. Mint N.H. plate blocks from the 1940s-1970s, including a $5.00 Hamilton, a few later sheets and plate strips, and some recent issues still in original Post Office packaging, Fine-Very Fine

E. 300-400
475
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1644
nhbl
Mint Sheets, Substantial Accumulation of Premium Sheets. Nearly all before 1940, earliest is Scott No. 248 (two), both with extensive perf. reinforcement, some 1c and 2c Washington-Franklins including Nos. 526, 527 and 536, and 5c single and double errors in complete sheets, early Commemoratives such as Nos. 285, 368 and 371, many 1920s issues, with four sets of the Hawaii overprints (plus extra 2c), Back-of-Book includes Nos. J55, JQ1, PR118, PR119 (two) and RW4, even Puerto Rico No. 215, and many more, including a few part sheets, some perf separations and other minor imperfections as would be expect with sheets of this vintage, overall Fine-Very Fine, a valuable lot containing some rarely offered sheets

E. 7,500-10,000
14,500
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1645
nh
Mostly Face Collection, 1929-1991. Housed in two boxes, the non-face items include a complete Kansas-Nebraska set (Nos. 658-679), mostly Mint N.H. with a couple regummed, Fine set, also a Recalled Legends of the West pane (No. 2870) with accompanying Post Office Dept. hardbound commemorative book, the face portion starts in 1935 and contains probably a couple thousand singles, blocks and plate blocks from 1935 forward, plus a number of yearly Post Office mint sets, booklet panes, commemorative books and other items, total owner's estimated face value is over $1,300.00 and that might not account for everything

E. 500-750
900
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