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Lot Photo Description
Lot 905

Canal Zone, 1904, 5c blue (2), tropicalized original gum (cert states no gum and stained, we do not agree), well centered, fresh and Very Fine.
Scott $300

Expertization: with 1979 A.P.S. certificate for block.
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Lot 906
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Canal Zone, 1904, 10c yellow (3), well centered, neat July 1904 Cristobel cds, fresh, Very Fine.
Scott $230

Expertization: with 1985 P.F. certificate.
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Lot 907

Canal Zone, Postage Due, 1925, 10¢ orange, missing "E" of "POSTAGE" (J17b), original gum, natural straight edge at bottom, rich color, F.-V.F.
Scott $750
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Lot 908
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Canal Zone, Official, 1941, 50¢ rose lilac, type Ia (O8), nicely centered, bright shade, roller cancel as always, F.-V.F.
Scott $500

Expertization: with 1970 P.F. certificate.
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Lot 909

Danish West Indies, 1874, 14¢ lilac & green (12), original gum, tiny h.r., bright colors, Fine.
Scott $650

Expertization: with 2012 Nielsen certificate.
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Lot 910

Danish West Indies, 1902, 2¢ on 3¢ blue & carmine, inverted frame (23), original gum never hinged, well centered, rich fresh colors, nibbed upper right corner perf.
Scott $700 as hinged

Expertization: with 2000 A.P.S. certificate.
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Lot 911

Guam, 1899, 1¢-$1 (1-10, 12), part original gum to full original gum, 15¢ no gum, one or two minor faults, mostly F.-V.F., fresh set.
Scott $1,380
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Lot 912

Guam, Guard Mail, 1930, 2¢-4¢ complete (M1-M2), tropical original gum, fresh, well centered, F.-V.F.
Scott $625
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Lot 913

Hawaii, 1893, 12¢ red lilac, black overprint (69), original gum, h.r., well centered, rich color, F.-V.F.
Scott $350
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Lot 914
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Philippines, 1901, $1 black, type II (223A), well centered, virtually unnoticeable crease, Very Fine appearance.
Scott $750
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Lot 915
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Philippines, 1901, $2 dark blue (224), bright color, fresh, F.-V.F.
Scott $325
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Lot 916
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Philippines, 1901, $5 dark green (225), rich color and well centered, light cancel, small faults, including tiny repair, choice, Very Fine appearance.
Scott $900
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Lot 917

Philippines, 1904, 5¢ blue (230), block of four, original gum never hinged, rich color, fresh and Fine.
Scott $160 as singles
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Lot 918
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Philippines, 1904, $2 dark blue (238), deep color, face-free cancel, thin, Fine appearance.
Scott $800
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Lot 919
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Philippines, 1904, $5 dark green (239), unused, without gum, beautifully centered, exceptionally fresh color, couple small thins, choice Very Fine appearance.
Scott $800
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Lot 920

Philippines, 1931, 2c-10p imperf definitives complete (340-353), original gum, 30¢-10p are never hinged, Very Fine set.
Scott $602
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Lot 921

Philippines, 1944, 2c rose, handstamped "VICTORY" (463), single from booklet pane, lightly disturbed original gum, slight margin thin, not mentioned in cert, otherwise Fine.
Scott $1,250

Expertization: with 2016 P.S.A.G. certificate.
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Lot 922
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Philippines, 1944, 6c violet, handstamped "VICTORY" (466), well centered, rich color, small faults, including two repaired tears which do not detract from the sound VF appearance.
Scott $2,000

Expertization: with 2016 P.S.A.G. certificate.
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Lot 923

Philippines, 1944, 12c ultramarine, handstamped "VICTORY" (475), part tropicalized original gum, well centered, faults, including small stain and thin, otherwise Very Fine, scarce.
Scott $1,100
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Lot 924

Philippines, 1944, 12c purple, handstamped "VICTORY" (477), tropical original gum, rich color, fresh, about Fine.
Scott $500
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Lot 925

Philippines, 1944, 16c dark blue, handstamped "VICTORY" (480), slightly tropicalized original gum, fresh and Fine.
Scott $500

Expertization: signed Koslow, with 2004 A.P.S. certificate.
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Lot 926
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Philippines, 1944, 30c orange red, handstamped "VICTORY" (483), unused, without gum, fresh and well centered, Very Fine.
Scott $800

Expertization: with 2007 P.F. certificate.
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Lot 927

Philippines, Airmail, 1926, 2p Madrid-Manila Flight (C13), original gum, fresh and Fine.
Scott $600

Expertization: W.B. Manila backstamp.
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Lot 928

Philippines, Airmail, 1926, 4p Madrid-Manila Flight (C14), original gum, fresh and Fine.
Scott $750

Expertization: with 2011 P.F. certificate.
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Lot 929

Philippines, 1898-1899 8¢ green registration stamp (YF1a), top margin imperf pair, without gum as issued, large margins, light creases and tiny thin speck, Extremely Fine appearance.
Scott $400
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Lot 930

Philippines, Postage Dues, 1944, 4c-30c complete, handstamped "VICTORY" (J16-J22), 4¢ and 28¢ with interleaving adhering on reverse, others mostly full original gum, fresh F.-V.F. set.
Scott $770
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Lot 931

Puerto Rico, 1899, 10¢ Postage Due, 25° and 36° overprints (J3, 3a), original gum, h.r., fresh, F.-V.F.
Scott $340
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Lot 932
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Virgin Islands (U.S.), 1920, Playing Cards, 4¢ on 2¢, 4¢ on 8¢ (RF1-3), first two with usual usage crease, last unused, F.-V.F., seldom seen.
Scott $510
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