Sale 358

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Stamps, Covers and Collections


Collections and Misc.
 
 
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Lot 305
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Balance of a Fine Used Collection, 1851-1960, better items include 22-24, 28, 37-38, 62B, 67, 83, 100, 242, 261A, 276A, better used coil singles, line pairs, etc., most of better have small or very minor faults, plenty of Very Fine items, includes certificates.
Estimate 3,000 - 4,000
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Lot 306
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Balance of the Duplicates of a Fine Used Collection, several thousand stamps with strength in regular issues 1851-1930, including shades, cancels, coil multiples, etc., does include some commems, modern, etc., quality is quite mixed, but there are plenty of attractive and better stamps, includes certificates.
Estimate 4,000 - 5,000
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Lot 307
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Collector's (a would-be-dealer) Accumulation, of many, many 100s, most of the value 1850s to 1920s, loaded with stamps in the $1-$50 cat value range plus some higher, mostly used, the collector wanted to offer stamps in all grades, including faulty (plenty of those), minor defects (much more of those), and some very nice stamps here and there (with perhaps a 95 grade lurking), definitely plenty of salable material here, will reward a very careful viewing.
Estimate 2,000 - 3,000
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Lot 308
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Collector's Accumulation, in several cartons. Contains bits of collections, face value material; First Day covers, some foreign Did not spot anything rare, but he was a good collector so a careful examination should be warranted.
Estimate 400 - 500
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Lot 309
 
Comprehensive Collection of Commem Blocks and Plate Blocks, 1893-1960s, includes blocks: 233-35, 237, 239, 298-99. 400-400A, 402-403, includes plate blocks: 285-289, 297, 325-326, 367-368, 370-373, 399, apparently complete 1919-1960, very mixed condition, especially on better items, plenty of F-VF otherwise, needs a careful examination.
Estimate 3,000 - 4,000
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Lot 310
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Comprehensive Collection, 1847-1970s, absolutely loaded with scarcer items, high values, etc., including many unused 1857-1869 issues, as well as bank notes, commems, virtually complete unused (appears to be missing only $2 Columbian), 1902-1922 issues very strong including dollars values, condition is very mixed including "unused" with removed cancels, perforated proofs, fake coils, and some tape stains (most of which can be removed), condition not withstanding, there is much value here which will become readily apparent with a careful viewing.
Estimate 10,000 - 15,000
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Lot 311
 
Early Commems, comprised 230-40 (less 234), 285-6, 290 glazed original gum, 238, 240 without gum, well centered, few minor faults, but generally Very Fine.
Estimate 150 - 200
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Lot 312
 
Face Value Lot, includes several handfulls of loose plate blocks, shoe box full of plate blocks in glassines plus some PNCs, plus 2216-19 (24), and a half dozen of 2433 and 2624-29, etc., face perhaps $650-800.
Estimate 300 - 400
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Lot 313
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Fairly Comprehensive Collection, 1851-1976, mounted in two Schaubeck/Scott hingeless albums (seem to be identical to the Scott Platinum), lacking only the Officials (offered elsewhere in this sale), plus an extra Lighthouse album, most unused, highlights include 85B (APS cert), 218, 261, 262, 276, 276A, 277-8, 315, 397-403, 415-23, 462-480, 551-73, 599A (single and pair), E1-13, J1-4, J15S-21S, J18, J22-26, PR84, 86, 87, 89 (these PRs are original gum and with Weiss certs), Q1-12, condition is very mixed with the 19th century mostly with faults and or regummed, the 20th century though still mixed is much better, with plenty of nice stamps and even some graded certs, well worth a careful look, well over 60 certs, many Weiss, plus some PSE and a few APS.
Estimate 5,000 - 7,500
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Lot 314
 
Lot of six PSE Graded Never Hinged Stamps, comprised: 210 (90J, also has PF 90J but as hinged), 551 (98), 640 (98J, has gum crease not mentioned), 803 (100), 805 (100 slabbed), K11 (80).
Estimate 500 - 750
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Lot 315
 
Modern Face Lot, mostly recent complete sheetlets, Very Fine, face approximately $400.
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Lot 316
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P.S.E. Graded Lot, seven stamps comprised of: 233 (2, each graded 85 previously hinged), 279B (85 never hinged), 536 (95 previously hinged), C9 (95J never hinged), C11 (85 never hinged), E7 (85 previously hinged), lovely fresh lot, the two 4¢ Columbians and the 536 have those imaginary hinge marks and were all sold by a major auction house (not us) as never hinged. SMQ $490.
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Lot 317
 
Small Group of Regular Issue Blocks of Four, 220a/536, includes 347 corner block with initials, 426 pink back, 435, 435a, etc., couple minor faults, but generally original gum some hinge remnants, F-VF.
Estimate 200 - 300
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Lot 318
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U.S. Accumulation, large carton filled with interesting and eclectic material, note: Postal History, FDCs, Post Office seals, Highway Post Offices, "RFD" (9), Metered Mail, illegal usages (5), about $100 face value, mostly in plate blocks, also about 100 each 1947, 1956 & 1960 S.S.s, 19th and 20th century used issues (all off paper), Booklet Panes, etc., generally a F-VF lot, sure to please, careful examination should prove rewarding.
Estimate 200 - 300
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Lot 319
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U.S. Collection Balance, 1851-1942, few hundred in mostly stripped Scott album, most value is in first issue revenues with better noted: R7a, R48a (handstamp), R49a, R57a, R61a, R62a, R66a, R72a, R76a, R78a, R79c, R84c, R97c, etc., also includes attractive Officials, some dues, cut squares, etc., some mixed condition but generally F-VF.
Estimate 300 - 400
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Lot 320
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U.S. Collection with Postal History, 1857-1948, old time collection on pages, includes many interesting covers, mostly to Germany, good mix of issues and usages, including couple uprated postal cards, commemorative usages, aux. markings, First Flights, note Catapult flight cover, etc., stamps include: bank notes to 24¢, Columbians to 50¢ (50¢ appears unused), Omaha to 10¢, 4th Bureau, expect a few stamp/cover flaws/faults but overall a F-VF collection.
Estimate 400 - 500
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Lot 321
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U.S. Dealer Balance, large carton, mostly early to mid 20th century, includes some later 19th century, somewhat organized, includes 3 bundles on dealer pages (mostly 1930 issues with much never hinged), Private perfs arranged on stock pages (mostly used), International Reply cards, mostly used in foreign countries, envelope of entires with albinos, offsets, partial printings, etc., variety of "RPO"s including Chicago (24), Brooklyn/Staten Island (12), Boston (20), Cleveland (10), Street Car covers, various covers and entires, etc., generally Fine, somewhat useful, ideal for bourse or eBay dealer.
Estimate 200 - 300
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