Sale 1270 — Worldwide Stamps and Postal History

Sale Date — Tuesday-Thursday, 6-8 December, 2022

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Category — Brazil thru Canada

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
2793
 
Brazil Comprehensive Collection. 1843-1999, the main collection housed in fourteen binders, plus a small binder of souvenir sheets, a springback album, and some loose covers and postal stationery, starts off with the three Bull's Eye stamps showing the three different impressions (all with four large margins), plus an array of forgeries, other 19th Century mostly used, but does contain some unused, 20th Century well-filled with a high degree of completion, also Back-of-Book, no Air Post (these were collected separately), but does contain Revenues (including proofs), throughout there are many "extras", such as varieties, blocks, proofs and covers, some early issues with small faults, later Fine-Very Fine, would certainly make a fine basis on which to develop a specialized collection of Brazil by adding the rarities and more expensive items

Video 1/3 of lot https://vimeo.com/769074804

Video 2/3 of lot https://vimeo.com/769075942

Video 3/3 of lot https://vimeo.com/769077048

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E. 4,000-5,000
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2794
 
British Commonwealth Valuable Collection Balance. Mounted on homemade pages in seven albums, high degree of unused but also used as well, mostly covering the period to early QEII but majority focused around King Edward VII thru King George VI, one album of Hong Kong with much of it being modern period, we notice numerous desirable and salable singles and sets covering a wide range of areas, many of which were purchased individually from reputable auctions or dealers and often times with accompanying descriptions mounted next to item, some specialized material such as SG listed varieties and "Specimen" overprints, while small flaws should be expected, the vast majority is Fine-Very Fine

Video of lot https://vimeo.com/769087434

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E. 7,500-10,000
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2795
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British Commonwealth Holding. Many hundreds of sets or singles, on sales pages, stockcards, album pages, stockpages, etc., some early stamps, but much of the value is focused on the late 19th Century and first half of the 20th Century, numerous items cataloguing $50.00 to hundreds of dollars each, from a wide range of colonies, with noteworthy sections of Gibraltar, Malta, and New Zealand, slightly mixed quality, but overall a highly saleable lot

Video of lot https://vimeo.com/769131600

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E. 7,500-10,000
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2796
 
British Commonwealth - The Gary Yunker Collection. On quadrille pages in eight binders, plus one Minkus album (for British Europe), contains nearly all colonies except for the South-East Asia, which was his main interest and is offered separately, despite not collecting the other areas as intense as the South-East Asia, the value certainly adds up with numerous desirable unused sets of the first half of the 20th Century, British Africa is the strongest, though there is representation across the Commonwealth, slightly mixed condition, with many Fine-Very Fine

Video of lot https://vimeo.com/769119797

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E. 4,000-5,000
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2797
 
British Commonwealth Accumulation. On stockpages, sales pages, sales cards, etc., each country or area is in a folder which the dealer put new purchases to work up, some are worked up and priced, some partially worked up, and some have yet to be worked on, early to mid-20th Century is where most of the value lies, some areas stronger than others, a bit messy in presentation right now, but once it is organized and presented for sale, it should be quite saleable

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E. 4,000-5,000
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2798
 
British Commonwealth Accumulation. Most still on auction lot cards from respectable auction houses in the U.S. and Europe, plus a few large decorative pages of Hong Kong with early classics, wide variety of material both unused and used from Queen Victoria thru King George VI period, with better British Africa and British Asia noticed, few small flaws noticed but an overall highly salable and clean lot, mostly Fine-Very Fine, worthy of close inspection

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E. 3,000-4,000
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2799
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British Commonwealth Mostly Unused Assortment. Most of the 1935 Silver Jubilee and 1948 Silver Wedding sets in Mint N.H. condition (some duplication on the 1935 Jubilee), stockpages with various unused and used from the first half of the 20th Century, and a small collection of 19th Century Mauritius, slightly mixed quality, many Fine-Very Fine

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E. 1,500-2,000
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2800
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British Commonwealth Specimen Group. Nineteen complete sets from British West Indies, British Africa, and a couple Falkland Islands, spot check shows all to be original gum, mostly lightly hinged and some Mint N.H., mostly cataloguing up to a few hundred pound in Stanley Gibbons, some higher such as Cayman Islands 1932 Centenary, Falkland Island Dependencies Graham Island and South Georgia, and Sierra Leone Wilberforce (£1 small flaw), mostly Very Fine, SG value over £7,600

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E. 1,000-1,500
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2801
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British Commonwealth Unused Lot. Four stockbooks, much is Omnibus issues, including 1935 Silver Jubilee and 1948 Silver Wedding (both close to completion), one stockbook with lower to middle values, and with with primarily King George VI sets, most hinged, with a small number Mint N.H., mainly Fine-Very Fine

Video of lot https://vimeo.com/769060513

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E. 1,000-1,500
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2802
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British Commonwealth Group. A few dozen mostly unused sets or singles from Great Britain and various colonies, slightly mixed condition, many Fine-Very Fine

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E. 400-500
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2803
 
British Commonwealth Revenues - The Gary Yunker Collection. Many hundreds on quadrille pages in five binders, strongest areas are Hong Kong, Malaya, Southern Africa, Canada, and Australian States, but there is representation from a wide range of colonies, excellent variety with practically no duplication, many complete sets and high values, much is 19th Century, but there is also some high-value 20th Century, a few on document, including a St. Settlements King Edward VII $100.00 Postage & Revenue stamp, usual mixed condition

Video of lot https://vimeo.com/769163317

Bid on this lot

E. 2,000-3,000
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2804
 
British South-East Asia - The Gary Yunker Collection. Offered intact, on quadrille pages in six binders, strongest colony is North Borneo, also good value in Labuan, St. Settlements and Malay States, Brunei, Sarawak, and Hong Kong, absolutely loaded with singles and sets cataloguing $50.00-$300.00, and several higher, not only straightforward unused and used, but a myriad of varieties, specimen overprints, multiples and a few covers, many sets, though on the early definitives of Malaya, the highest values are often represented by a specimen overprint or fiscally used, condition is slightly mixed, a high proportion is Fine-Very Fine, the perfect lot on which to form an even more comprehensive collection by adding the rarities and more expensive varieties

Video of lot https://vimeo.com/769172131

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E. 7,500-10,000
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2805
 
Canada Accumulation. Hundreds of items on sales pages, retail cards, stockcards, stockpages, and album pages, some used classics, much value in the Jubilee Issue, including several dollar values (unused and used), 20th Century unused, Back-of-Book, some modern dollar value plate blocks, Newfoundland and other Provinces, loaded with medium and higher priced stamps, slightly mixed condition, many Fine-Very Fine

Video of lot https://vimeo.com/769124741

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E. 5,000-7,500
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2806
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Canada Modern Mint Accumulation. Mostly from the 1980s and 1990s, large stockbooks crammed with mostly plate blocks (many matched sets), Commemoratives (mostly 29c-39c) and Definitives (including several dollar values to $5.00), also a few hundred booklets, and some mint sheets (mainly 34c-39c Commemoratives), face value exceeds C$6,500.00

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E. 1,500-2,000
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2807
 
Canada Semi-Official Airmail Accumulation. All still on over 40 auction lot cards, wide range of various Private Commercial Airlines plus a No. CLP2, well over 30 covers, various singles including varieties and errors, multiples such as intact panes, strength in the obvious larger companies such as Patricia Airways, many items with catalogue values ranging in the hundreds to as high as C$2,000.00 for a complete pane of Unitrade CL29b (without gum), condition generally Fine-Very Fine, a lot worthy of close scrutiny as the total catalogue should be quite substantial, all ex Wong

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E. 4,000-5,000
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2808
 
Canada Impressive Official Perforated "O.H.M.S." Collection. Organized on hingeless pages including both the 5 and 4 hole perfins, 5 hole perfins largely used as usual, some mint and a few blocks of the 4 hole perfins, little duplication, we notice some scarce perfins with values to $650.00 each (including Nos. O158-O159), few small flaws noted but mostly Fine-Very Fine, an impressively comprehensive collection of these scarce perforated Official stamps which should exceed $13,000.00 in catalogue value

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E. 1,500-2,000
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2809
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Canada Federal Wildlife Habitat Conservation Stamps. The first seven years, 1985-1991 (Unitrade Nos. FWH1-FWH7), 25 Mint N.H. booklets of one from each year, Very Fine, Unitrade C$3,875.00

Video of lot https://vimeo.com/769136782

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E. 300-400
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