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Sale 1240 — United States Stamps

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

Category — Group Lots by Issue

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
737
 
Sale Number 1240, Lot Number 737, Group Lots by Issue1c-30c 1851-57 Issues, Accumulation (7/38), 1c-30c 1851-57 Issues, Accumulation (7/38)1c-30c 1851-57 Issues, Accumulation (7/38). Choice accumulation of more than 110 used stamps on stock cards, many Scott numbers represented including better and heavy duplication of some, more than 30 combined of Nos. 7 and 9 with some pairs and red cancels, carrier cancel, Express Mail cancel, triple transfer, sheet margins, etc., five of Nos. 10 or 10A including corner margin example and red cancel, about sixteen of No. 11 or 11A, two of No. 12 including one with two extra large margins, twenty combined of Nos. 14-15 including red cancels and some large-margined examples, one No. 16, eleven of No. 17 including a pair and several red cancels, 1857-61 perforated including No. 20, three of No. 22 (including one with part imprint), Nos. 30A, 32-33, three No. 35 (including one with part imprint), Nos. 37-38, also 1875 Reprint No. 40, many with full to large margins, some faults will be encountered but overall this is a good quality accumulation with a number of stamps on the cusp of being individual lots, we recommend viewing the entire lot on our website PDF, eleven clear P.F. certificates accompany, total Scott value more than $17,000.00

E. 5,000-7,500
11,000
738
 
1851-57 1c Blue (7/24). 40 items, majority perforated, the 1851 Imperforate stamps are mostly Type II or IV, includes a pair, a strip of three, and one piece with a pair and a strip of three, some better cancels, 1857 Perforated are mostly Type II or IIIa, but includes a couple Type IV, a few varieties, mixed condition, most with Fine-Very Fine appearance

E. 1,000-1,500
1,800
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739
 
1c Blue, Ty. III, IIIa (20, 22). Used single of each, latter with blue cancel, rich colors, Ty. IIIa with one unpunched perf at bottom left, otherwise Fine-Very Fine

770
350
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740
og
1c Bright Blue, Reprint (40). Ten, without gum as issued, most with bright color, a few small faults (mostly minor perf irregularities), Fine-Very Fine appearance

6,000
2,900
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741
 
Sale Number 1240, Lot Number 741, Group Lots by Issue1861-68 Issues, Balance (69/98), 1861-68 Issues, Balance (69/98)1861-68 Issues, Balance (69/98). Balance of 22 nearly all used stamps on stock cards, lots of better including strength in grills, ungrilled including Nos. 69 (pair), 71, 72 (two), 73 (pair plus one unused), 77 (unused), 78, grills including Nos. 85, 89-90, 92, 94-95, 96-98 (two of each), several with red cancels including Nos. 72 and 95, a few small flaws may be found but overall an attractive balance with many useful stamps, five older P.F. certificates accompany, Scott value approximately $9,000.00

E. 2,000-3,000
2,600
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742
 
Sale Number 1240, Lot Number 742, Group Lots by Issue5c 1861-68 Issues (67, 75-76, 95), 5c 1861-68 Issues (67, 75-76, 95)5c 1861-68 Issues (67, 75-76, 95). Attractive group of fifteen 5c Jefferson stamps, including Nos. 67 (two), 75 (four), 76 (eight) and 95 (one), neat cancels including blue and red, wonderful range of shades which nicely contrast lined up on the stock cards, a couple minor flaws but overall Fine-Very Fine with a number of attractive stamps chosen individually by the consignor, three P.F. certificates accompany

5,140
1,600
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743
 
1870-93 Bank Note Issues, Balance. 45 stamps on stock cards, mostly used with about ten of the later unused with original gum, four grilled stamps including Nos. 134A, 137 and 138 (two), 15c-90c National ungrilled, range of Continental issues including No. 157 original gum and four 90c, American Bank Note issues with several original gum, Small Bank Note issue including some original gum, mostly attractive centering, some small flaws to be expected, overall Fine-Very Fine or appear so, Scott value in excess of $6,500.00

E. 1,500-2,000
4,250
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744
 
Bank Notes, Used Accumulation. A few hundred in a stockbook, on stockcards and sales cards, all denominations including at least ten 90c, each of the three printers represented, a few unused and a couple blocks, mixed condition, some Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
1,600
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745
 
1c-30c 1869 Pictorial Issue, Accumulation (112-121, 123). 26 stamps on stock cards, all denominations present thru 30c, except oddly missing the common 3c, all used except for a single No. 112 with original gum, duplication of several denominations including 1c (three), 2c (three), 6c (two), 10c (five), 12c (four), 15c Ty. II (two), 30c (three) and 1c Re-Issue (two), single examples of 15c Ty. I and 24c, range of cancels including one blue "B" on 2c, mostly attractive centering, a few small flaws may be found but overall a Fine-Very Fine group, three certificates accompany, Scott value approximately $6,400.00

E. 2,000-3,000
2,300
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746
og
Sale Number 1240, Lot Number 746, Group Lots by Issue1c-10c Columbian (230-233, 236-237), 1c-10c Columbian (230-233, 236-237)1c-10c Columbian (230-233, 236-237). Mint N.H. except 3c lightly hinged, choice centering, Extremely Fine, 1c-4c with P.S.E. certificates graded between 85 and 98, SMQ for graded $920.00

628
800
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747
ng
Columbian and Trans-Mississippi Issues (230-245, 285-293). Complete sets of both, unused, all the dollar values no gum except for No. 292 original gum, lower values a mix of gum condition including No. 291 original gum, some others disturbed gum or no gum, faults essentially throughout the better stamps and some with light perf toning from exposure to moisture long ago, otherwise Fine and useful complete unused sets, Scott value approximately

8,200
2,300
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748
og
Columbian and Trans-Mississippi Issues, Balance. More than 50 mostly unused stamps on stock pages, Columbians from 1c-50c with original gum (30c regummed) including some light duplication, also imprint and plate no. strips of four of 1c and 2c plus block of four of 8c, used examples of the 50c and $2.00, Trans-Mississippi Issue complete to 50c with original gum, also three used 50c and two used $1.00, a few faults to be expected, overall Fine balance with some Very Fine, see our website PDF for a complete scan, Scott value more than $5,700.00

E. 1,500-2,000
2,200
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749
og
Sale Number 1240, Lot Number 749, Group Lots by Issue1894-1902 Bureau Issues, Balance, 1894-1902 Bureau Issues, Balance1894-1902 Bureau Issues, Balance. 32 stamps on stock cards, six are used and the rest are unused with original gum, better include used Nos. 276-276A (two of latter), original gum Nos. 302-310, used Nos. 311-312 (two of $1.00), original gum pair of No. 315, some are well-centered, a few minor flaws but overall a Fine-Very Fine balance, three P.F. certificates accompany, Scott value approximately

2,700
2,000
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750
og
1902 Issue, Unused Group (300/310). 38 original-gum stamps, one to ten each of the 1c-13c values, and one 50c, several Mint N.H., a few minor flaws, majority Fine-Very Fine

E. 400-500
750
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751
og
1906-1920 Imperforate Stamps, Unused Group. Many dozens of singles, pairs, or strips of the stamps that were regularly issued imperforate, namely 1906 1c Franklin, 1908 2c Shield, 1909 Commemoratives, and various Washington-Franklins including the Offset issues, duplication particularly on the 2c Shield and 1909 Commemoratives, a large portion Mint N.H., Very Fine or better

E. 750-1,000
1,900
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752
og
Washington-Franklins, Unused Accumulation. Over 400, appears to be sorted by type and perforation but not by watermark, encompassing 1c-$1.00 values but most are middle values, original gum, some Mint N.H., largely Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
6,250
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753
 
Washington-Franklins Coils Group. Over 140 unused or used items, mostly pairs (including line pairs), a few singles and some strips, some early Perf 12, several Perf 8-1/2 including 1c line strips of four, and Perf 12 flat and rotary printings, also two singles, pair and line pair (with usual crease) of No. 459, a few later, many Mint N.H., vast majority Fine-Very Fine, careful scrutiny needed to find the true value

E. 1,000-1,500
5,250
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754
nhbl
1c-10c 1923-26 Issue, Perf 10 (581-591). Impressive holding of Mint N.H. multiples, most are blocks of 64 with plate no., 7c is block of 60, 10c ten singles, bright and fresh colors, 8c one column with gum skip, 90c unusual plate wash, overall Fine-Very Fine, Scott value close to $20,000.00

E. 2,000-3,000
3,250
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755
nhbl
$2.00-$5.00 Presidential (833-834). Ten each Mint N.H. top plate number blocks of four, Very Fine

4,100
1,200
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756
nh
5c China Resistance (906). Fifteen Mint N.H. panes of 50, 43 Mint N.H. plate blocks of four, ten Mint N.H. blocks of four, 23 Mint N.H. singles, and 41 first day covers (see website for scan of all the first day covers), latter includes some with blocks including two plate blocks, a small number of the first day covers with lightly toned bands, otherwise Fine-Very Fine, Scott value approximately

4,900
2,100
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757
nhbl
$5.00 Hamilton (1053). Ten Mint N.H. plate blocks of four, Very Fine

2,100
725
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758
nh
Transportation Coil Group. No. 1903 plate 5 (three strips of three and five strips of five), plate 6 (four strips of three and six strips of five), No. 1907 plate 7 (strip of three and strip of five), 1908 plate 6 strip of three, plate 7 two strips of five, plate 8 three strips of five, also No. 2005 plate 1 strip of three and strip of five, plate 2 two strips of five, plates 3 and 4 strips of five, and No.1891 plate 7 seventeen strips of five, Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

4,202
400
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759
nhbl
22c Ameripex, Booklet Pane, Black Omitted (2201b). 129 complete booklets (BK153a), each containing two error panes, Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

12,900
2,200
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760
nhbl
20c George Washington, Booklet Pane of 10, Se-Tenant Die Cut Sizes (3483c, 3483f). Unfolded booklets, 22 of No. 3483c and 25 of No. 3483f, Very Fine

1,410
200
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761
nhbl
23c George Washington (3616). 100 Mint N.H. plate no. 1 blocks of four, Very Fine

2,500
170
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762
 
Back-of-Book Collection. Schaubek hingeless album pages of unused and used stamps, including mixture of unused and used Special Delivery, Postage Due and Officials, few Newspapers and Periodicals including proofs, unused Q1-Q12 and JQ1-JQ5, used K1, unused K2-K18, Confederate States such as used No. 5, some in mixed condition, some Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
2,600
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763
og
Back-of-Book Unused Group. Air Post (C1-C6, C18), Special Delivery, a few Postage Due, Offices in China, and Parcel Post, nearly 200 stamps, useful duplication, many Mint N.H., a few minor flaws, but overwhelmingly Fine-Very Fine

E. 2,000-3,000
4,500
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764
og
Back-of-Book Balance. Air Post including range of C1-C6 material both unused and used with duplication, Mint N.H. block of C3, multiple used copies of C5-C6, Special Delivery including original gum Nos. E3-E4, Mint N.H. E7, F1, also Mint N.H. JQ2 and JQ4, overall Fine with some Very Fine, Scott value in excess of $4,200.00

E. 750-1,000
1,000
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765
og
Back-of-Book Balance. Eleven items, including Nos. C2-C4, C10a, C18, E7, U44 cut square, full corners of U66 (with Wells, Fargo imprint), U211, U216, U346, Fine-Very Fine

1,495
400
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766
nhbl
Air Post Plate Blocks. Collection of mostly Mint N.H. plate blocks, including Nos. C7-C12, C16-C17 (C17 hinged), C19-C22, C24, C25-C32 and later thru C44, also includes Postage Due No. J65 plate block of six Mint N.H., overall Very Fine, Scott value approximately

1,600
325
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767
og
Postage Due Collection. On album pages, every space is filled (no Special Printings), though a small number may be misclassified, mostly unused and original gum, some Mint N.H., somewhat mixed quality, many Fine-Very Fine

E. 1,500-2,000
4,250
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768
 
Postage Due Balance, 1879-1917. 24 stamps on stock cards, early issues are mostly used but do include original gum Nos. J1, J3 and J6, later include original gum Nos. J42, J49 and J57 (Mint N.H.), few others, overall Fine-Very Fine, three certificates accompany, Scott value in excess of $1,500.00

E. 400-500
850
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769
nhbl
-1/2c Carmine Rose, Postage Due (J88). Eleven Mint N.H. panes of 100 and nineteen Mint N.H. plate blocks of four, Fine-Very Fine

5,184
750
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770
 
Officials Assortment. Many dozens on album pages, stockpages and stockcards, unused and used (latter includes some fancy cancels), some special printing "Specimen", high catalogue value but condition is quite mixed (including one album page with some unused stamps stuck down), so viewing is recommended

E. 1,500-2,000
5,250
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771
 
Officials Balance. Two groups of nearly all used stamps, first on album pages and second on stock pages with some duplication, most issues are present including used Agriculture Nos. O5-O8, unused O9 with part original gum, Executive Nos. O13-O14, a handful of unused including Nos. O24 and O28 with original gum, some flaws to be expected but overall Fine balance, see our website PDF for a complete scan

E. 750-1,000
2,500
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772
og
Newspapers & Periodicals Issues. Several dozen unused on album pages, stockpages, sales sheets, and stockcards, several from the First Issue (both issued stamps and reprints), including two "cancelled" 10c, some better Continental and ABNC printings, $2.00 (two), $5.00, and $10.00 1895 Unwatermarked, mixed condition including a handful of altered proofs, higher value stamps with faults (mostly small), Fine-Very Fine appearance, a useful and high-cataloguing group

E. 3,000-4,000
5,750
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