Sale 337

Harbour Auction


U.S. Dealers Stocks
 
 
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Lot 2045
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Valuable Stock of Many Thousands, in stockbooks, strong in early Commems, early Bureaus, Washington-Franklins, high values, coils, etc. Lots of value here, will need some time to fully value.
Estimate $20,000 - 25,000
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Lot 2046
 
Position Piece Holding, 1893-1970s, mostly plate blocks, includes Commems (including some plate number strips), Washington-Franklins, some imperf position items, high value plate blocks, Airs, some Officials, etc. Many F-VF, much never hinged. Well worth a close study.
Estimate $15,000 - 20,000
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Lot 2047
 
Stock of Mint Blocks, 1893-1940, plus some booklet panes and souvenir sheets, loaded with better items, beginning with a nice never hinged corner block of 232, continuing with block of 299, 302 (4), 303, 307, 308 (2), 314, 320 (4 or 5 of each), 339, 343-47, 371 (2), 415, 416, 418, 435 (5), 437, 472, 581-91 (2 sets, only one 5¢), 617-19 (3), 730-31 (10+), plus some nicer early booklet panes including 498f (AEF pane of 30), etc. Condition pretty nice for a stock, with plenty of never hinged.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000
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Lot 2048
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United States, Dealers Stock 1867-1871, mounted on retail pages, includes used 92 (4), 93 (8), 95 (4), 100 (3), 101 (2), 120, 121 (3), Mint 94 (2 never hinged), 113 (4), 149 (2), condition varies, but plenty of sound examples, high catalog, well worth a very careful examination.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000
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Lot 2049
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United States, Dealer Stock of Well Over 500 Covers, Generally 1870-1925, includes 200 Bank notes, numerous small Bureaus and 1902-1903 issues, featuring many foreign usages, railroad covers, cancels, a group of College covers, etc. Generally Fine and a very worthwhile lot.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500
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Lot 2050
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United States, Dealers Stock, mostly 1909-1915, mounted on dealer pages, some highlights include: 319, 358 (4), 369 (3), 399 (16), 400 (10), 400A (3), 420 (5), 437 (2), plus some Kans-Nebr, and just a few used. Mostly Fine or better, some never hinged. Very useful lot of this period.
Estimate $4,000 - 5,000
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Lot 2051
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United States, Small Dealers Stock 1851-68, includes 9X1, 17 (3 pairs), shades of 24¢ 1861, mixed condition but plenty of Fine or better. Worth a careful examination.
Estimate $4,000 - 5,000
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Lot 2052
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United States, Dealers Stock, on retail pages, mostly 20th Century, includes some nice used blocks, strong in Washington-Franklins including 479-80 (2 mint singles of each), 505 (2) in strips of 3, etc. Generally Fine or better.
Estimate $4,000 - 5,000
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Lot 2053
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United States, Dealers Stock of Nearly 500 Covers, 1851-1869, includes many better cancels, colored cancels, ad covers, patriotics, foreign usages, the occasional better usage, over 100 #11s, over 150 114s, etc. Condition varies but generally Fine or better. Highly useful lot.
Estimate $4,000 - 5,000
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Lot 2054
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Accumulation of 22 High Values, 1847-1898, Comprises used 5¢ & 10¢ 1847s (first - dot in "S" with 4 margins, tiny tear, 2010 PFC), $1, $2 & $4 Columbians and 50¢-$2 Trans-Mississippis ($2 with tiny scuff, VF appearance, 2010 PFC) plus mint Columbians 15¢, 50¢, $1 (6), $2 (2), $3, $4 (2) and $5, all with O.G. (several disturbed), none well centered, a few Fine; also includes a Great Britain Penny Black and several small glassines of cheap foreign stamp.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000
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Lot 2055
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Small Show Dealer's Stock, comprehensive stock in several hundred stamps in 13 counter books; nice across-the-board showing, used beginning with #32, mint with #69, includes a large number with certificates and a nice selection of Back-of-the-Book. Marked retail prices total more than $80,000.
Estimate $15,000 - 20,000
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Lot 2056
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Used Dealer's Stock, shoebox with about 900 dealer cards, nearly all of which are 19th century beginning with the 1861 issue, all with descriptions and catalog values; everything is $10-and-up most are from $100 to $900 or so. Condition is a little mixed, with some attractive stamps having small flaws, but overall a very clean lot with being Fine or better. A very worthwhile lot for a small dealer or eBay marketer. Scott value is over $95,000.
Estimate $15,000 - 20,000
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Lot 2057
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Valuable Dealer's Stock, several hundred, mainly mint stamps on black cards in a large stockbook; includes a wide range of mostly better material beginning with a mint OG 3¢ 1869 block of 4 with a split grill and running to a mint C18 plate block with lots of good things in between; condition is a little mixed, but most is Fine or better.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000
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Lot 2058
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Dealer's Proof Stock, hundreds of proofs in four retail books with up to about 10 of a number on a page; mainly card proofs with a scattering of Indias and small dies plus some Specimens including low-value Officials; a nice clean lot with a very high catalog value. Marked retail prices, which appear to be about equal to Scott, total more than $32,000.
Estimate $10,000 - 10,000
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Lot 2059
 
Oldtime Dealer Holding, Generally 1890-1930s, including singles, blocks, plate blocks, usually up to 10 of each, a few higher, strong in early Commems, Washington-Franklins, Kansas-Nebraska, and Airs. Condition mixed, with the earlier often being regummed and/or reperfed but improves dramatically in the 20th century, with numerous F-VF original gum and some never hinged. Fine and highly useful lot.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000
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Lot 2060
 
Small but Nice Dealer Group, Mostly 1890-1930s, loaded with nicer items, including blocks of 4 of Kansas-Nebraska, C1-6 and C13, set of Zepp singles, Parcel Post group. Mixed condition but plenty of F-VF or better with some never hinged. Clean lot overall.
Estimate $4,000 - 5,000
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Lot 2061
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Valuable Dealer Lot, hundreds of stamps, proofs and a few covers, just about all valued at $100-&-up; just a few highlights include mint & used $5 Columbians, 478 PSE XF-Sup 95, five White Plains sheets (one NH), 634A VF NH, two mint and two used sets of Zeppelins (one of the mint sets with PSE VF-XFnh certificates), a C18 part-sheet of 48 with plate block, Hawaii #54 sheet of 50 with one 54a, etc., etc., etc. An exceptional lot that deserves a careful appraisal.
Estimate $15,000 - 20,000
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Lot 2062
 
Old Time Dealer Holding Generally 1890-1930, including singles, blocks, plate number strips and blocks, very little duplication, includes some First Bureaus, 294-99, 296 (block), 298 (block), 323-27, 331-40, 397-404, 523 (pair), 1922 issue includes 573 (2 never hinged blocks), 658-68 (blocks), C1-6 (blocks), etc. Condition varies widely with many of the earlier regummed, a small number of reperfs, some fake coils (not counted) yet there are plenty of F-VF original gum with some nice never hinged. A very worthwhile lot that should be examined carefully.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000
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Lot 2063
 
Old Time Dealer Holding Generally 1890-1940, includes 183 (block), 212 (block), 225 (plate number strip of 7), 285 (plate blocks of 4 and 6), 294-99, 299 (block), 325 (block), 327 (block), 346 (plate block), 397-404, 669-79 (blocks), 832-34 (plate blocks), 1053 (plate blocks), C1-6 (blocks), C2 (plate blocks), C3 (plate block of 4 and arrow block), C4 (plate block), C13-15, RW1, few modern coil errors etc. Condition varies widely, with some regums and reperfs early, then plenty of F-VF original gum later including some never hinged, loaded with nice stamps and definitely worth some quality viewing time.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000
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Lot 2064
 
Duck Stamp Stock, Mint stock of 13 different between RW10//RW25 with from 1 to 22 of a number (mostly 5-8); some typical gum skips and bends, all NH and F-VF. Scott value is $8550.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000
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Lot 2065
 
Interesting Stock of Modern Mint, box full of miscellaneous items like PSE Hawaii-grade encapsulated stamps from modern souvenir sheets including two sets of Columbians (2624a-2629a) graded Superb 98, plus some assorted booklets and plate blocks, including Airmail booklet BKC8 (10) and Test booklet TB12a (16); an unusual lot.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500
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