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Sale 1231 — The James P. Myerson Collection of Superb United States Stamps

Sale Date — Tuesday-Wednesday, 9-10 February, 2021

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Category — Balance Lots of the Myerson Collection

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
820
 
Mostly Used 1851-1907 Issues. 63 mostly used stamps, including used Nos. 14, 33, 36 strip of three on piece, 70a, 116 (magenta cancel), nice group of Bank Notes with few higher grades, 235-239 with great centering, 275, 284, 14 with certificates including several graded 85J plus and many with SMQ values above $100.00, selected by owner for superior centering, overall Very Fine-Extremely Fine

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E. 1,000-1,500
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821
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Sale Number 1231, Lot Number 821, Balance Lots of the Myerson Collection20th Century High-Grade Balance, 20th Century High-Grade Balance20th Century High-Grade Balance. Eleven Mint N.H. stamps, Nos. 628, 643, 644, 645, 649, 650, 651, 654, 655, 656 single and 682, Nos. 644, 645 and 649 graded 98J, others graded 98, Extremely Fine Gem group, each with 2007-2018 P.S.E. certificate, combined SMQ value $2,065.00

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50
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822
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Sale Number 1231, Lot Number 822, Balance Lots of the Myerson CollectionWashington-Franklin Shades Collection, Washington-Franklin Shades CollectionWashington-Franklin Shades Collection. Beautiful collection on computer-made pages, clearly identified by Scott number, between one and eight examples of each with denominations to $5.00, most are subtle variations, some may correspond to Scott Catalogue sub-listings but the point is that they demonstrate the wide variety of shades these issues can come in, better include Nos. 341 (2), 342 (2), 357, 358, 382, 407 (3), 420 (2), 421 (3), 422 (2), 423 (2), 437 (2), 438 (2), 439, 440, 461, 475, 476 (2), 478 (2), 479, 480, 517 (3), 518 (3), 519, 523, 524, 547 (2), also some Offset issues, some Mint N.H., several with better centering than usual, Fine-Very Fine with a few Extremely Fine, a wonderful reference collection, Scott value is excess of $10,000.00

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E. 4,000-5,000
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823
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Sale Number 1231, Lot Number 823, Balance Lots of the Myerson CollectionWashington-Franklin Blocks of Four, Washington-Franklin Blocks of FourWashington-Franklin Blocks of Four. Beautiful collection on computer-made pages, 90 blocks of four, including Nos. 331-340, 357-358, 374-382, 405-407, 414-418, 420, 422, 424-437, 435a, 461, 462-466, 468-475, 498-499, 501-504, 506-518, 525-530, some stamps Mint N.H., fresh colors, Fine-Very Fine and desirable group, Scott value in excess of $20,000.00

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E. 7,500-10,000
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824
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Washington-Franklins Imperforates Collection. Comprehensive collection started by Henry H. Conland (collected 1918-43, buying from the post office) and continued by Henry J. Conland and Henry H. Conland, remounted on computer-designed pages by Richard C. Frajola, starts with Scott 343 with page of Mint N.H. plate blocks from the four positions, four arrow and center line blocks on the next page (several are Mint N.H.), four corner position blocks of four on the next page (couple Mint N.H.), four plate blocks from the star plates (two Mint N.H.), then another page with four corner and two arrow positions from the star plates, 2c and 4c similarly represented including a few Mint N.H. plate blocks, 3c and 5c with three of the pages including a couple Mint N.H. plate blocks, also imperforate coils, in pairs for 2c and 5c and strips of four of 2c with positions such as guide line and paste-up, next pages are Nos. 383 and 384 represented by blocks with different spacing, four star plate blocks, arrows and center line, corner blocks and letter "A" plate blocks from the four positions, 2c similarly represented, also imperforate coils in pairs and strips of four, next group is Nos. 408 and 409 with deep representation of different plate positions including 1c plate block with imprint and "A" at right and what may be a 2c "Pink Back", blocks of four of 1c and 2c Kansas City roulette, also imperforate coils in strips of four (horizontal and vertical of each), last group is Nos. 481, 482, 483 and 484 with four plate blocks of each plus some with other positions (mix of hinged with some Mint N.H.), overall fresh and Very Fine, a valuable and comprehensive collection, Scott value for the basic listed blocks, not including Kansas City roulettes, imperforate coils or "Pink Back" approximately $13,000.00 as hinged

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E. 4,000-5,000
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825
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Sale Number 1231, Lot Number 825, Balance Lots of the Myerson CollectionWashington-Franklin Offset Issues Study, Washington-Franklin Offset Issues StudyWashington-Franklin Offset Issues Study. Comprehensive collection started by Henry H. Conland (collected 1918-43, buying from the post office) and continued by Henry J. Conland and Henry H. Conland, remounted on computer-designed pages by Richard C. Frajola, mostly in blocks, including No. 531 with plate blocks from the four positions and a page with center line and four arrow blocks, No. 532 similarly represented, 533 with four arrows and four corner blocks of four, 534, 534A and 535 each with four arrows, center line block and four plate blocks from the different positions, last also with four corner positions, Very Fine and attractive collection, Scott value approximately $11,600.00

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E. 4,000-5,000
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826
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Blocks and Booklet Panes Balance. 32 items, including plate blocks of six of Nos. 503, 557, 563 and 566, blocks of four of 371 (centerline), 558, 570, C1 left arrow block (oxidized), some Mint N.H., booklet panes include 319g, C10a (missing tab), many Mint N.H., overall condition is Very Fine

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E. 500-750
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827
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Sale Number 1231, Lot Number 827, Balance Lots of the Myerson Collection1920s Definitives High-Grade Balance, 1920s Definitives High-Grade Balance1920s Definitives High-Grade Balance. 34 Mint N.H. stamps with graded P.S.E. certificates, with high grades, including Gem 100 Jumbo of 576 and 577, Gem 100 of No. 575 and 611, Superb 98 Jumbo of No. 637, Superb 98 of Nos. 551, 559, 563, 565, 568, 600, 604, 611 pair, 622, 623, 634, 684, 692, 693, 696, 699 and 715, XF-Superb 95 Jumbo of Nos. 562, 635 and 641, XF-Superb 95 of Nos. 552, 556, 560, 587, 602 pair, 606 pair, Extremely Fine Gems, with 2006-2019 P.S.E. certificates, combined SMQ $6,290.00

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E. 3,000-4,000
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828
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20th Century Collection Balance. 1902-80 Issues in four deluxe padded red Safe albums, a few 1902 Issue plus some high-grade imperforates, No. 327 (P.S.E. 90), smattering of Washington-Franklin Issues including many graded imperforates and some coils with high grades, such as a pair of No. 496 (P.S.E. 98, SMQ $225.00), a range of 1920s including No. 573, the collection picks up in the completeness category starting in 1930 including Presidential and $1.00 watermarked (PFC), continues essentially complete to 1980, the quality is very high -- reflective of the way the collector painstakingly selected the individual lots in this sale, Very Fine-Extremely Fine, more than a dozen certificates accompany

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E. 1,500-2,000
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829
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Air Post Balance. Safe hingeless albums of Mint N.H. stamps, five with graded P.S.E. certificates all graded Superb 98 (C8, C9, C20, C22 and C26, combined SMQ $1,035.00), appears to be virtually complete to 2012 for main Scott numbers starting at C19, carefully selected by collector for superior condition, Extremely Fine group

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E. 1,000-1,500
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830
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Special Delivery, Certified Mail, Special Handling, Parcel Post Postage Due Balances. Mint N.H. stamps on Safe hingeless album pages, including Nos. E13-E23, Nos. E14, E15 and E17 graded 98, QE1-QE4 each with graded certificates (first and last 98, others 95), JQ1 graded 95, Extremely Fine Gems, SMQ value for graded stamps $1,220.00

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E. 750-1,000
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831
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Postage Due Balance. Mostly Mint N.H. stamps on Safe hingeless album pages, including Nos. J31, J40, J42, J55a (PFC graded 85), J61, J62 and J64b (all three P.S.E. graded 95), J64b (P.F. graded 95), J65b (P.S.E. graded 95), J88-J101, Extremely Fine group, SMQ if all P.S.E. graded $945.00

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E. 400-500
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832
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Officials Balance. 52 unused stamps, including Nos. O15 (graded 90), O19 (graded 90), O20 (graded 85), O41 (graded 80), O72 (graded 90), O74 (graded 85), O75 (graded 90), O92 (graded 90), O119 (graded NH90), O122 (graded 90), also nice group of Navy with Nos. O36, O38, O40 (2), O41, O42, O44, block of four of O35 (no gum), O35S, Very Fine-Extremely Fine group, SMQ value as all P.S.E. graded $2,375.00, the ungraded stamps also have good value with the Navy alone cataloguing $1,980.00 in Scott

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E. 2,000-3,000
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