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Sale 1240 — United States Stamps

Sale Date — Tuesday-Wednesday, 20-21 July, 2021

Category — Collections and Accumulations

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
773
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High Cataloguing Unused Collection, 1847-1944. In two Safe hingeless albums, postage issues well-filled throughout, with many 19th Century stamps cataloging hundreds and thousands of dollars each, Commemoratives complete less only the $5.00 Columbian, 20th Century also well-filled, including complete Air Post, the collector was starting to fill in Back-of-Book, so it is a little more spotty, however it contains better stamps such as No. J58, condition is mixed, a small number may not be unused and we noticed some stamps misclassified so careful inspection is strongly suggested, by any metric the catalogue value is enormous, and our estimate reflects only a small percentage of it

E. 10,000-15,000
40,000
774
 
Collection Balance, 1845-1976. In two Schaubek hingeless albums, 19th Century mostly used, though with some higher cataloguing unused stamps, includes No. 1-2 (used), 4, 39 (unused), and more, starting in 1890 it is mostly unused, with an extensive showing of Washington-Franklins, including coils, virtually complete from 1930 onward, Air Post complete including the Graf Zeppelin set, Special Deliveries, a few Postage Dues, Offices in China including No. K16, Parcel Post, and a complete run of Hunting Permit stamps, 19th Century in mixed quality, 20th Century overwhelmingly Fine-Very Fine, 34 certificates accompany

E. 7,500-10,000
16,500
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775
 
Collection, 1847-1901. Schaubek hingeless album pages of unused and used stamps, including used Nos. 1 (2), 2, 14, 15, 27, 28, 29, 31-34, 38, 71, 72, 75, 76, 83, 85B, 85C, 98-101, 144, 151-155, nice group of unused including Nos. 20, 30 (2), 36, 37, 39 (2), 42, 65 (2), 107, some 1869 Pictorials, 124, 129, 130, 132, 185, 188, 189, 191, 209, 212-217, 219-229, 230-244, 276, 277, 285-293, 294-299, few other better, some no gum, mixed condition, some Fine-Very Fine, an excellent old-time collection with high catalogue value

E. 10,000-15,000
19,000
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776
 
Collection, 1847-1970. The collector made his own pages and pre-cut mounts for all major Scott numbers, as well as shades and other varieties, so at first glance it may look like a sparse/stripped collection, but it is actually filled with high cataloguing stamps and is offered intact as received, a large percentage of major Scott numbers are present, early issues unused and used, as the collection progresses there is more unused, and it is exclusively unused from 1890 onward, there is also some loose unmounted material which has a fair bit of value, it is difficult to convey the virtues of this collection, other than to say the catalogue value is extremely high, the condition mixed, the value often hidden, and our estimate is conservative, so careful viewing is strongly recommended

E. 7,500-10,000
25,000
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777
 
Collection, 1847-1933. Offered intact as received, in a Lindner hingeless album, early stamps mostly used, including Nos. 1, 2, and 21, starting in 1861 there is some unused, including higher values, 1869 Pictorials unused to 12c and used to 90c, plus Re-issues including a 30c, high-cataloguing unused Bank Notes, Columbians complete, Trans-Mississippi issue to $1.00, well-filled unused 20th Century, Air Post including the Graf Zeppelin set and Special Delivery stamps, mixed condition, some early stamps no gum or regummed, the condition improves as the collection goes along, most with Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 7,500-10,000
21,000
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778
 
Collection, 1847-1975. In a single thick Scott National album, strong range of issues from 1847 through Back-of-Book, largely used but some sets and individual items unused as well, better including Nos. 1-2, 17, 28-29, 31 with wide bottom margin, 67, 70-72 (No. 70 appears unused), 77-78, few grills, 112-117, 119-122, Bank Notes to 90c, 240, 291-292, range of Washington-Franklins including unused Nos. 331-342, 421, 5c error No. 467, 480, 523-524, later 20th Century to about 1975 including White Plains sheet, Back-of-Book including Revenues, mixed condition with some faults to be expected on the better stamps but overall a nice collection with some better Scott numbers

E. 5,000-7,500
8,500
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779
 
Collection, 1845-1910. Album pages of unused and used stamps, including used Nos. 9X1, 1, 2, 12, 14, 30A, 33, 36B pair, 38, 100, 112-121, nice group of Bank Notes with range of cancels, unused Nos. 10X1, 102, 166, 230-241, 285-290, 294-299, 323-330, 367-370, some faults, some Fine-Very Fine

E. 4,000-5,000
5,250
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780
 
Collection, 1847-1998. Five large binders, stamps to 1920 are mostly used, earliest include Nos. 1, 7, 15, 17, 36, 68-71, 76-78, few grills with several misidentified, 112-117, Bank Notes to 30c, Columbians to 50c (unused), Pan-Americans and Louisiana Purchase (unused), Bureaus to $1.00, 1902 to $1.00, Washington-Franklins including several $1.00-$5.00 issues, beginning with 1922 the collection becomes largely unused, modern includes Legends of the West recalled sheet and Buggs Bunny imperforate, Back-of-Book with C1-C6, Special Delivery and Parcel Post largely complete, Officials largely complete in mix of used and unused, Confederate States including No. 1, binder of Revenues with a range of issues and Duck stamps Nos. RW1-RW73, also includes a binder of booklet panes with a decent amount of face ($100.00 in Express Mail stamps alone), mixed condition with flaws to be expected on the earlier stamps, overall Fine appearance

E. 3,000-4,000
5,750
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781
 
Collection, 1847-1973. In a Lighthouse hingeless album, early used and unused stamps, value in turn-of-the-century high values, solid run of unused Washington-Franklins and later 20th Century, Graf Zeppelin set and other Back-of-Book, mixed condition that includes Fine-Very Fine

E. 4,000-5,000
14,000
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782
 
Collection, 1860s-1920s. Three binders with stamps mostly from the 1869 Pictorial Issue through Washington-Franklins, the collector would buy various unused and used stamps from particular issues, and then augment them with proofs and essays, some fancy cancels and an occasional cover, many stamps are Fine-Very Fine, a few with certificates, proofs generally Very Fine, overall a worthwhile collection that should be carefully inspected

E. 4,000-5,000
11,000
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783
 
Collection, 1847-20th Century. Scott National album of unused and used stamps, including used Nos. 1, 68, 71, 75, 76, 78, 116, 117, 119, unused including Nos. 24, 217, 229, 230-239, 276, 284, 285-290, 323-330, 630, E2, RW2, few faults to be expected, overall Fine with a few Very Fine

E. 3,000-4,000
5,250
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784
 
Collection, 1847-1919. On hingeless album pages, early high-cataloguing used and unused stamps, Columbians complete to $4.00, Bureau Issues to $5.00, unused 20th Century, with value in Washington-Franklins, condition is mixed so inspection is advised

E. 3,000-4,000
8,000
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785
og
Unused Collection, 1881-1938. In an Heirloom album, lacking the highest values, but well-filled with middle values, solid run of Washington-Franklins including coils (many with certificates), better stamps were bought individually, so the vast majority Fine-Very Fine and many Mint N.H., overall a very worthwhile collection with many highly saleable stamps, of the 42 accompanying certificates only two mention faults

E. 4,000-5,000
17,500
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786
 
Collection, 1902-1934. Schaubek hingeless album pages of mostly unused stamps, including Nos. 300-311, 323-329, 331-342, 374-382, 362, 365, 369, 397-404, 414-423, 424-435, 438, 461, 467, 477, 478, 479 (2), 480 (2), 505 (2), 519, 523, 524, 547, 630, 634A, 658-679, nice group of coils including 348 guide line pair, 355 pair, few other better, few Mint N.H., few faults to be expected, overall Fine-Very Fine with a few Extremely Fine, a wonderful collection

E. 5,000-7,500
15,500
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787
og
High Quality Accumulation. Many hundreds of mostly unused stamps, each on an individual stockcard with catalogue number, catalogue value (at the time purchased), purchase price and seller (various internet dealers) noted on the back of the stockcard, the buyer went after only well-centered stamps, some duplication, a few blocks and plate blocks, some 19th Century which is mostly used, most of the value in unused 1890-1930 issues of lower and medium catalogue value, some up to several hundred dollars each, Air Post, Hunting Permit stamps and other Back-of-Book present, as we spot checked we did notice a very small number with imperfections, including some regummed and a few of the Perf 12 coils may not be genuine, however the vast majority are original gum and many Mint N.H., virtually all with at least Very Fine centering and a large portion Extremely Fine, including some choice gems, a highly desirable and saleable lot

E. 7,500-10,000
16,000
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788
 
High Quality Certified Lot. About 70 stamps, early to 1920s, selected for centering, catalogue values to a few hundred dollars each, early issues mainly used, though much of the value is in unused 1890 and later, each with a certificate (mostly P.F. or P.S.E.), including a few photocopies from blocks, several lower cataloguing stamps with high grades, only eight of the certificates mention an imperfection (usually trivial gum flaws), Very Fine-Extremely Fine, the PDF on our website shows all of the certificates

E. 3,000-4,000
8,500
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789
 
High Quality Certified Group. 45 items, mostly singles with a few pairs or strips, each with a clear certificate (mostly P.F. or P.S.E.), including some with high grades, includes three No. 1, a few other 19th Century, most are Mint N.H. 20th Century, majority at least Very Fine, several Extremely Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
6,500
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790
og
High Quality Unused Lot. Over 100 mostly 20th Century stamps including a few multiples, this group comes from an accumulator who would set aside a particularly well-centered stamp and put it on a stockcard, most are low and medium cataloguing stamps, a large percentage Mint N.H., all are at least Very Fine and many easily qualify as Extremely Fine, some may receive high numerical grades if submitted, so very careful examination is recommended

E. 2,000-3,000
6,500
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791
og
Sale Number 1240, Lot Number 791, Collections and AccumulationsHigh Quality Unused Balance, High Quality Unused BalanceHigh Quality Unused Balance. 23 items, including Nos. 24, 65, 209, 214, 233-235, 270, 285, 198, 308, 400, 414, 420, 432, 434, 514, 517, 518 block of four, 571, 573, quality better than normally seen, few Mint N.H., Very Fine-Extremely Fine, eleven with certificates, Scott value approximately

2,125
1,900
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792
 
High Quality Used Balance. 14 items, including Nos. 35, 68, 69, 70, 71, 116, 117, 153, 218, 292, block of 524, also with three advertising covers including two with 2c Columbian and one with strip of 1c Bank Notes, better quality than normally seen, overall a fresh and Very Fine-Extremely Fine group, four with certificates, Scott value for used and not including the advertising covers

2,140
1,100
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793
 
High Cataloguing Certified Group. 30 stamps, each with a certificate mentioning a fault, repair, or reperforated (a couple have clear certificates but less than Fine centering), mainly 19th Century, with particular value in the Grilled issues, catalogue values to $25,000.00 (Nos. 85E and 144 with original gum), many others in the $2,000.00-$10,000.00 range, even the most conservative method of cataloguing would come to over $170,000.00

E. 5,000-7,500
16,500
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794
nh
Graded Lot. 41 Mint N.H. stamps with P.S.E. (one P.F.) certificates, SMQ values to $275.00 (No. 832 graded Superb 98), two RW54 graded Gem 100 (the only duplicated stamp in the lot), No. RW71 graded Gam 100 (these four stamps encapsulated), others with paper certificates, a few 1920s, eight other Presidential values graded Superb 98, and several 3c Commemoratives graded Superb 98, Extremely Fine, SMQ $2,935.00

E. 1,000-1,500
1,400
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795
nh
1934-1960, Superb 98 Graded Group. Nineteen stamps, from No. 747 to 1172, each with P.S.E. certificate graded Superb 98, one duplicate (No. 989), SMQ values from $25.00 to $175.00 (No. 749), most in the $40.00-$55.00 range, includes two Presidentials and five Famous Americans, Extremely Fine Gems, total SMQ $1,105.00

E. 400-500
275
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796
og
19th Century Unused Group. 80 items, mostly singles, a few pairs including No. 75, some 1851-57, two No. 40, value in 1861-67 Issues, with three 3c August, values to 90c, 3c A Grill essay, 2c D and Z Grills, 1c Re-issue, various Bank Notes, including four 3c with Continental J Grill, majority no gum, though many of the later issues with original gum, mixed condition and some likely have light or cleaned cancels, our estimate takes all of this into account and is quite conservative

E. 2,000-3,000
5,500
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797
 
Used Selection. Over 240 mostly 19th Century stamps including a few pairs, value in 1845-67 Issues, including five No. 1, 1851 Issue with 5c and several 10c including a Type IV, 1857 Issue with better shades of the 5c, many 10c value including one Type IV, 1861 Issue with 3c Pink and several shades of the 24c, better Grills, 1869 Pictorial include two 90c, range of Bank Notes, and some 20th Century high values, mixed condition, many are attractive with Fine-Very Fine appearance, very close examination should prove beneficial, as the catalogue value (and resale potential) is quite high

E. 5,000-7,500
13,500
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798
ng
Unused Classics, 1851-87. 25 stamps, including Nos. 11 (original gum, sheet margin with guideline), 26 (three, two original gum), 30 (original gum), 30A, 35 (original gum), 37, 38 (part original gum), 63 (two), 63b, 65 (five, several original gum), 78, 98, 102 (part original gum), 212 (two, original gum), also C.S.A. No. 62X3 (original gum), mixed condition with faults to be expected and No. 30A repaired, overall Fine with some useful stamps, Scott value in excess of $7,500.00

E. 1,000-1,500
1,900
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799
 
Used Classics, 1851-87. More than 110 used stamps with duplication, highlights include six Nos. 14 or 15 including a pair, seven No. 17 including a pair, 28-29, 30A, 37-38, 67, 68 and 10c grilled counterparts with heavy duplication, 69 (nine), 71 (four), 72 (two), 75-76 with duplication, 77-78 with duplication, mixed condition with faults to be expected, some appear Fine, Scott value in excess of $14,000.00

E. 1,000-1,500
2,400
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800
 
Used Group. Many dozens on auction lot cards, 19th and early 20th Century, many medium priced stamps, some higher values such as $1.00 Trans-Mississippi, White Plains sheets and the Graf Zeppelin set, also some blocks, slightly mixed condition, many Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
3,000
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801
og
Unused Accumulation. A few hundred on auction lot cards, some 19th Century, much of the value in 20th Century, including Back-of-Book, some blocks, many medium priced stamps in saleable condition, a large portion Fine-Very Fine

E. 3,000-4,000
7,000
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802
og
20th Century, Group of Better Unused. Dozens of items, with early high-value Commemoratives, key $2.00 and $5.00 stamps in various quantities, Bluish Papers, a few better coils such as No. 449 unused (disturbed original gum), and No. 491 pairs unused (no gum) and used (small faults), Graf Zeppelins, blocks including a Mint N.H. block of eighteen of No. 500, three White Plains sheets, and more, slightly mixed condition, though many are Fine-Very Fine and some Mint N.H., overall a very saleable lot

E. 5,000-7,500
16,000
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803
og
20th Century Unused Accumulation. Hundreds and hundreds of stamps in albums, album pages, stockpages and loose, mostly singles, some blocks, both Regular Issues and Commemoratives, duplication (heavy on some), many Mint N.H., a large portion Fine-Very Fine, needs some work but the resale potential is very strong

E. 3,000-4,000
13,500
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804
og
20th Century Unused Accumulation. Many hundreds of items, mostly from the first half of the 20th Century, with singles, blocks, plate blocks, booklet panes, coils (including full rolls), and more, lots of Farley material including positional pieces, also some modern EFOs, much Mint N.H., overwhelmingly Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
4,750
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805
og
20th Century Unused Balance. Better balance of dozens of original gum stamps on stock cards, the vast majority from the Washington-Franklin issues, highlights include Nos. 342, 357-358 (two of each, half Mint N.H.), 419-422 (No. 421 Mint N.H.), 438-439 (two of each), 460 used, 461 Mint N.H., 479-480, 505 error in a block of nine (error Mint N.H. with perf disc indentation), 519, 523-524 (extra No. 523 used), 534A block of four, 547, 570-573 with duplication, 832b, others, mix of centering but overall good condition with very few faults to be found, six certificates accompany, Scott value more than $8,000.00

E. 2,000-3,000
8,000
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806
ogbl
19th Century Unused Blocks, High Cataloguing Group. 35 blocks, most blocks of four, a few larger, from Scott No. 24 to 218, catalogue values to $35,000.00 (No. 98), most with original gum, Nos. 71 and 133 regummed, No. 112 with traces of gum, one No. 113, No. 115 block of six, Nos. 153, 161, and 218 all no gum, some small faults, Fine centering or thereabouts, Scott prices blocks only with original gum, so counting everything with original gum the Scott value is about $300,000.00

E. 10,000-15,000
17,500
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807
ogbl
20th Century Unused Blocks. A few hundred unused blocks of four or larger, a few from the late 19th Century, value in early 20th Century, particularly Regular Issues, with Washington-Franklins and a large number from the 1922 Series, useful group of Commemoratives, and strong Air Post (C1-C6 and C18), some other Back-of-Book, duplication throughout (including on the better items), many stamps (and entire blocks) Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine, excellent resale potential

E. 5,000-7,500
26,000
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808
ogbl
Plate Block Valuable Holding. A few hundred, from late 19th Century to the 1930s, with some of the better later issues (several of the $5.00 Hamilton for instance), almost all medium or higher priced items, better Commemoratives, numerous Regular Issues, with many of the high values in quantity (over 40 of the $5.00 Presidential), some Air Post and other Back-of-Book, many cataloguing hundreds of dollars each, several over $1,000.00, a large number Mint N.H., majority Fine-Very Fine, an outstanding lot with great resale potential

E. 10,000-15,000
25,000
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809
ogbl
Plate Block Accumulation. In albums, album pages, stockpages, and loose, a few 19th Century, but nearly all are from the first half of the 20th Century, Commemoratives through the 1920s, Regular Issues, Air Post, etc., loaded with plate blocks cataloguing in the hundreds of dollars each, duplication (including the high values), most in mounts and many Mint N.H., slightly mixed quality, but a high percentage is Fine-Very Fine

E. 7,500-10,000
16,000
Back to Top
810
ogbl
Plate Block Lot. A few hundred on auction lot cards, stockbooks, and album pages, most from the first half of the 20th Century, including Air Post and other Back-of-Book, loaded with items cataloguing in the $50.00-$250.00 range, some higher, majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
2,700
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811
ogbl
1920s Plate Block Group. Dozens on sales pages, focus is on Commemoratives, with several each of 1c-5c Pilgrim Tercentenary and 1c and 2c Lexington-Concord, other Commemoratives and Air Post from the period in useful quantities, some Mint N.H., majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
1,700
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812
nhbl
Mint Panes. Nos. 617-619 panes of 50, No. 620 pane of 100, two No. 564 panes of 100, No. C24 pane of 50, and No. Q2 pane of 50, Mint N.H. except Q2 hinge reinforcement in selvage affecting the plate block, Nos. 618 and 619 with a few large gum skips, Fine-Very Fine

E. 750-1,000
950
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813
nhbl
Modern Better Plate Blocks. No. 2881 (three), 3277 (four), 3620 (twenty-eight), and 3629F (twelve), all in Mint N.H. plate blocks of four, Very Fine

1,420
200
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814
bl
Used Blocks. About 25 used blocks of four or larger, mainly 20th Century, with a strong focus on the 1909 Commemoratives, also 50c Columbian, high value Washington-Franklins, Parcel Post, and more, plus strip of four of No. 10A, a White Plains sheet, and three No. C10a, some positional blocks including plate blocks, mixed condition, some faults, Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 1,000-1,500
1,800
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815
ogbl
Booklet Pane Group. One 1902 2c, ten of 1903 2c Shield, six Washington-Franklins, seven No. C10a, and three unexploded booklets each with two C10a (one booklet with marks on front cover, another with small scrape on back cover), most panes Mint N.H., two 2c Shield with disturbed gum, a few trivial imperfection, including one 2c Shield with hinge reinforcement of separated perfs, largely Fine-Very Fine, Scott value approximately $5,250.00

E. 750-1,000
1,200
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816
og
Commemoratives, Unused Accumulation, 1893-1920. Over 200 with duplication, Columbians to 30c, Trans-Mississippi to 50c, Pan-American and Louisiana Purchase, 1909 Commemoratives including several 2c Lincoln on Bluish Paper, Panama-Pacific both perf 12 and 10, nearly all with original gum, many Mint N.H., largely Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
3,250
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817
 
Accumulation. Thousands of mostly early to mid-20th Century off-cover stamps, mix of unused, precancels and some used, divided into three groups, first group is blocks and plate blocks in glassines, some better in this group including Nos. 518 block of four, 538a and 540a blocks, 545-546 plate blocks of eight, few others similar, second group is on album pages and contains both unused blocks and many pre-cancel singles, two complete sheets of No. 634 from plate nos. 21149 and 21150 -- first two experimental-eye plates, some other 1920s-30s plate blocks, final group is an album of mostly used with a lot more precancels, overall nice condition, viewing recommended as there are a lot of stamps here

E. 1,000-1,500
950
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818
 
19th Century Balance. 13 items, including three shades of 9X1TC5, unused Nos. 10A with original gum (margins in) and 211B and 236 block of four, used Nos. 14, 15, 75, 67, 241, 245 and 292, some faults, overall appear Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
1,600
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819
og
20th Century Early Commemoratives, Balance. Approximately 55 original gum stamps on stock cards, nice range of issues with Pan-Americans complete plus several extras, 3c-10c Louisiana Purchase (four of 3c), 5c Jamestown (two), 1909 Commemorative imperfs including multiples plus centerline block of No. 371, also No. 369 Bluish, Panama-Pacific Issue complete for both perforations less No. 400A, finally a few 1920s or later commemoratives, some gum problems to be expected and a few small faults, overall Fine-Very Fine and useful group, Scott value approximately

3,000
1,500
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820
 
Collection Balance, 19th & 20th Century. Balance contained mostly in two Scott albums, 19th Century is rather sparse including unused No. 35, few Bank Notes, from Washington-Franklins forward collection is mostly unused, including two White Plains sheets (one Mint N.H.), Kansas-Nebraska sets, Air Post includes some plate blocks and flight covers, other back-of-book including extensive Hunting Permit stamps which are complete from 1943-72 and mostly complete from 1982 to mid-2000s, includes artist signed No. RW74b, also some Hawaii and a package of assorted blocks and plate blocks, overall Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
3,250
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821
 
Collection, 19th & 20th Century. Carton of unused and used stamps in albums, stock pages and loose, better items include White Plains souvenir sheet, Kans.-Nebr. set, C3, Hunting Permits with unused RW1, stock pages with duplication of used stamps mostly from 19th Century, also few covers, mixed condition, some Fine-Very Fine

E. 300-400
1,600
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822
nh
Collection, 1960-2000. Large banker box with seven stuffed binders, full range of issues from early 1960s thru 2000s, all neatly mounted, lots of blocks and most of the more recent issues collected in full self-adhesive panes, a good number of higher denomination stamps to be found including Priority and Express Mail, one of the binders is mostly international stamps and not counted, fresh and clean collection, counting this would take some sustained effort and time but we easily and conservatively surpassed $1,000 face in a cursory review

E. 500-750
1,500
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823
 
Balance in Albums. Six Scott or White Ace albums, some early stamps, most of the value in 1890s-1930s unused or used, and Back-of-Book, also a small stockbook, Air Post on album pages, and a little bit of loose material, mixed condition, plenty of value to justify our estimate

E. 2,000-3,000
8,000
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824
 
Balance of Consignment. Three boxes with stamps (mostly modern adding up to a fair amount of face value), covers (early to modern, commercial and philatelic), and miscellaneous odds and ends including some worldwide

E. 1,000-1,500
750
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825
 
Useful Lot. Several dozen on sales cards, a few used 19th Century, but most is 20th Century unused and used, catalogue values to $160.00, much in the $40.00-$80.00 range, overwhelmingly Fine-Very Fine, Scott value should be in excess of $4,000.00

E. 750-1,000
475
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826
 
Balance of a Large Estate. Various odds and ends from early to modern, mixed condition, certainly worth taking a look at

E. 500-750
4,250
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827
 
Diverse Balance. Hundreds of Revenues, most of which are not listed in Scott (State or Tax Paid), a little Postal Stationery, other Back-of-Book including No. LO3 block of six, a few proofs, mixed condition, overall Fine

E. 400-500
700
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828
og
19th & 20th Century Balance. Fourteen items, including unused Nos. 234, 273 (imprint and plate no. strip of three), 283, 286 (2), 309, 310, 326, also block of four of 114-E6d and bottom plate block of 16 of 156TC3, few Mint N.H., overall Fine-Very Fine

2,500
650
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829
 
Balance. Two used and ten unused stamps, including used Nos. 2 and 28, unused including Nos. 20, 68, 112, 113, 123, 260, E1, E3 (2) and E9, few faults, overall appear Fine, Nos. 28 and 113 with certificates

E. 1,000-1,500
1,600
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830
 
Balance, 19th & 20th Century. Stock pages of unused and used stamps, including unused Nos. 342, 437, 438, 440, 466, 470, 573, used including Nos. 17, 118-120, 122, 245, few other better, mixed condition with some Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
3,750
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831
 
Small Classic Balance. Including used Nos. 24, 76, 78, 91, 97, 115, 117 and 276A, small faults, otherwise Very Good-Fine

2,022
225
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832
 
Small Classic Balance. Six items, including No. 7 with pen cancel, No. 28 from Position 23R1 with plate flaw (1974 P.F. certificate, reperfed), No. 77 unused (no gum, few short perfs, 2020 P.F. certificate), No. 158 with double transfer -- looks like a double impression and called such on 2006 P.S.E. certificate (158j, Scott value $7,000.00) -- but 2021 P.F. certificate disagrees and calls it a double transfer, No. 188 with removed cancel, finally No. R90a with manuscript cancel, interesting and unusual group, Scott value more than $3,000.00 counting the No. 28 as normal and with no value assigned to the No. 158

E. 750-1,000
1,300
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833
 
Collection Balance. Three White Ace albums in a box plus some loose, sparsely filled before the 1920s and more robust thereafter, including original gum Columbians 5c-6c and 10c, No. 247P1 full size die proof, lower value original gum Trans-Mississippi, Pan-Americans complete, smattering of Washington-Franklins, 1922 Issue including $1.00-$5.00 and missing a few lower values, later 1920s including Kansas-Nebraska sets, some back-of-book including C3, J61-J67, also some inexpensive Canada, overall Fine

E. 400-500
650
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834
 
Cancels Study. Dozens of stamps on stock pages, mostly 1861 Issue to 1870s Bank Notes with a couple earlier or later, diverse range of cancels, nothing rare but a decent variety including colors, diamonds, stars, rosettes, shamrock, leaf, flowers, "Paid", "U.S. Ship", few NYFM, lots of numerals, etc., mixed condition as usual for a cancellation group, many appear Fine

E. 300-400
600
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835
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Errors, Freaks, and Oddities Assortment. Hundreds of items, many are modern imperforate coil pairs and strips, but there are also some Commemorative imperforates, and a few better Scott-listed Washington-Franklin errors, plus perf shifts, color shifts, paper folds and other freaks from all time periods including a few 19th Century, vast majority Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
8,000
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836
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Vending and Affixing Machines Perforation Group. A few dozen items on album pages and stockpages, mostly pairs or strips, some better Brinkerhoff and Mailometer, several Schermack with the different separation types, U.S. Automatic Vending pairs and strips, some in mild quantities, also three stamp pockets and some imperforate coils, original gum, some Mint N.H., largely Fine-Very Fine, Scott value should be well over $3,000.00 (and may even exceed $4,000.00)

E. 500-750
2,000
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837
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Test Coil Group. Mostly modern test coils in plate or line strips of five, including TD107a (27), TD27e (26), TD127 (11), etc., some singles and pairs, a few earlier and a couple test booklet panes, Mint N.H. or on original backing, Fine-Very Fine, Scott value exceeds $1,500.00

E. 300-400
110
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838
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Extensions Balance. Eight items, including No. 1 which appears unused but with cleaned cancel and thin spot (2021 PFC), No. 63 original gum, approaching ultramarine shade but with 2021 P.F. certificate Pale Blue, No. 116 appears unused but cancel removed (2021 PFC), No. 179 huge margins but reperfed (2021 PFC), No. 208a original gum with clear 2001 P.F. certificate and with 2021 P.S.E. certificate stating small filled thin, No. 456 pair original gum, No. PR59 (2021 PFC), finally No. PR120 with very faint watermark, overall Fine-Very Fine or appear so

2,700
1,700
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839
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Sale Number 1240, Lot Number 839, Collections and AccumulationsExtensions Balance, Extensions BalanceExtensions Balance. Two stamps offered in prior sales, first is No. 218, slightly disturbed original gum and couple small filled thin spots, appears Extremely Fine, with 2021 P.S.E. certificate, second is No. 422, original gum but a bit heavily hinged, Very Fine and choice, with 2021 P.S.E. certificate (OGh, VF-XF 85; SMQ $225.00)

1,025
450
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840
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Postage Lot. Several sheet and panes, many 29c-34c, also plate blocks and strips, booklets and scrap, face value of just the full sheets and panes exceeds $600.00

E. 300-400
425
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841
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Modern Panes. Mostly 32c and 33c panes of twenty, some earlier sheets and panes, a few dollar values, also some uncounted Farley souvenir sheets and other odds and ends, face value of the panes exceeds $300.00

E. 150-200
300
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