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United States Stamps continued...

COMPLETE BOOKLETS continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
981 BK BK87 image#BK87, 1939 97c Green on lavender complete unexploded booklet of sixteen panes of 1c Green with 3mm spacing (#804b), panes overall are quite well centered ranging from fine-very fine, fleck of toning on one pane, covers are particularly fresh and crisp, scarce thus as they frequently are found damaged on this large booklet, very fine and choice; very few of this size yet remain intact (Furman #BK87 BC5A IVd). (Image) $600.00

SOLD for $250.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
982 BK BK87 var. image#BK87 var., 1939 97c Green on lavender complete unexploded booklet of sixteen panes of 1c Green with 3mm spacing (#804b), panes show nearly half of plate no. 20777 at top left, all are well centered and fresh, covers are quite crisp and clean, minor opening wrinkle to front cover and light wrinkle to reverse, this booklet also shows the variety of being double stapled, very fine and quite desirable with plate number showing (Furman #BK87 BC5A IVd). (Image) $600.00+

SOLD for $100.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
983 BK BK94 image#BK94, 1939 97c Red on blue complete unexploded booklet of eight panes of 2c Rose carmine with 3mm spacing (#806b), well centered panes, o.g., n.h., especially crisp covers with bright colors, extremely fine (Furman #BK94 BC5A IVd). (Image) $400.00

SOLD for $150.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
984 BK BK95 var. image#BK95 var., 1942 97c Red on blue complete unexploded booklet of eight panes of 2c Carmine rose with 2 1/2mm spacing (#806b), panes show nearly half of plate no. 22404, 22405 on alternate panes respectively at bottom left, quite well centered, though trimmed tight at bottom, o.g., n.h., fresh crisp covers with bright colors, light staple indentation on reverse from Post Office packaging, extremely fine; rare both in this choice condition and with partial plate numbers (Furman #BK95 BC5A IVd). (Image) $1,250.00+

SOLD for $725.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
985 BK BK101 var. image#BK101 var., 1939 73c Violet on pink complete unexploded booklet of four panes of 3c Deep violet with 3mm spacing (#807a), panes show over half of plate no. 22170, 22171 on alternate panes respectively at bottom left, appropriately centered to show the plate numbers, o.g., n.h., pristine covers with bright colors, extremely fine; plate numbers are as complete as they come in this position (Furman #BK101 BC9A IVd). (Image) $875.00+

SOLD for $325.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
986 BK BK102 var. image#BK102 var, 1942 37c Violet on buff complete unexploded booklet of two panes of 3c Deep violet with 2 1/2mm spacing (#807a), panes quite well centered, though trimmed tight at bottom, o.g., n.h., covers are the very rare variety blank on both inside front and inside back, immaculate in every respect, extremely fine; this cover type was used for all of the next 3c Liberty booklets but is extremely rare on the Presidential booklets (Furman #BK102 BC9A IVf). (Image) Est. 750-1,000

SOLD for $525.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
987 BK BKC12 image#BKC12, 1962 $2.00 Red on pink complete unexploded booklet of five panes of 8c Carmine with slogan 2 (#C46b), panes are fresh and well centered, o.g., n.h., crisp and pristine covers, extremely fine (Furman #BKC12 BC11D IIIc). (Image) $300.00

SOLD for $110.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
988 BK BKC13 image#BKC13, 1962 $2.00 Red on pink complete unexploded booklet of five panes of 8c Carmine with slogan 2 (#C46b), panes are fresh and well centered, o.g., n.h., crisp and pristine covers with strong colors, extremely fine (Furman #BKC13 BC13B IVa). (Image) $300.00

SOLD for $110.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
989 BK BKC14 image#BKC14, 1962 $2.00 Red on white complete unexploded booklet of five panes of 8c Carmine, slogan 3 (#C64b), lovely fresh example of this exceedingly rare booklet, panes are well centered to exceptionally well centered, o.g., n.h., covers are pristine with strong bright color, possessing none of the flaws that are so frequently found on complete booklets, centered a bit to the bottom showing a portion of the white selvage at top, very fine and exceedingly choice; this is the rarest of the modern booklets differing from the other booklets of this same design by possessing slogan 3 panes that are untagged, it is believed that only about ten examples are known; 2002 PF certificate (Furman #BKC14 BC13B IVb). (Image) $3,500.00

SOLD for $4,000.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
990 BK BKC17 image#BKC17, 1962 80c Black on pink complete unexploded booklet of two panes of 8c Carmine tagged (#C64c), panes are very well centered and fresh, o.g., n.h., crisp and immaculate covers, extremely fine; next to the untagged booklet #BKC14 this is the next rarest of the air mail booklets (Furman #BKC17 BC11D Va). (Image) $1,000.00

SOLD for $600.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
991 BK BKC18 image#BKC18, 1962 $2.00 Red on pink complete unexploded booklet of five panes of 8c Carmine tagged (#C64c), panes are unusually well centered, o.g., n.h., covers are incredibly fresh and crisp, extremely fine (Furman #BKC18 BC13B IVa) (Image) $325.00

SOLD for $75.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
992 BK BK42/123, BKC1/22 #BK42/123, BKC1/22, Substantial complete booklet balance consisting of a total of 106 different booklets including 27 air mail booklets, this collection has been collected by the Furman specialized catalog that differentiates all of the different booklet cover types, often there are several types that correspond to one Scott listing (Scott notes how many different there are in parentheses), all in this collection are different by Scott number or Furman type, some of which deserve premiums over the basic pricing, this balance starts with issues of the 1917 perforated 11 Washington issues and goes up to 1972, most are from the 1939 Presidentials or earlier, air mails include the first Lindbergh booklet and includes most issues up to 1971, not only are there many scarce and desirable issues but the condition is normally highly select and far above the condition normally found in booklets of this period, for example in the entire collection not one pencil number or erasure was found, the vast majority are very fine or better; certainly a collection worth examining by the booklet collector or dealer. $5,275.00

SOLD for $1,450.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
993 BK BK124/ 295 #BK124/295, 1973-2004 Comprehensive modern complete booklet collection of 318 different including varieties, while face value is a significant value determining factor, there are premium items to be found including 1986 22c Stamp Collecting with black omitted on both panes, $9.35 and $10.75 Express Mail booklets and 1997 Bugs Bunny booklet of ten with the pane of one being imperforate (#3138) just to name a few, all are sorted into envelopes by year of issue with most opened out to lay flat, those issued in flat self-adhesive sheets are unfolded, o.g., n.h. or self-adhesive, fine-very fine; face value is in excess of $1,650.00. Est. 1,500-2,000

SOLD for $1,450.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
994 BK BK178A/273 #BK178A/273, Minnesota Diversified Industries vending machine booklets specialized collection of 377 complete unexploded booklets, these booklets were manufactured by this company specifically for vending machines, all the covers are the same blue cover with window to show a portion of the stamp design, on the back is a printed white area naming the stamp issue and the value of the booklet, plus an item number (3609/3679), then there are numerous positions of the panes that can be identified within each item number, this collection consists of all the positions of all the booklets manufactured by this company, clean and fresh, all unopened, very fine; certainly a very difficult task to amass and a great opportunity to acquire them all at one time; face value alone is over $2,700.00. Est. 2,000-3,000

SOLD for $2,400.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
AIR POSTS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
995 nh C1 image#C1, 6c Orange, a pristine mint gem that is perfectly centered within large margins, dazzling bright color on fresh white paper without any of the usual paper inclusions, o.g., n.h., extremely fine; 1999 PF certificate. (Image) $110.00

SOLD for $450.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
996 nh C1 image#C1, 6c Orange, an incredibly choice mint single, possessing absolutely radiant color, flawlessly centered within very large margins, o.g., n.h., extremely fine; surprisingly elusive in this gem quality; 1992 PF certificate. (Image) $110.00

SOLD for $170.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
997 nh C2 image#C2, 16c Green, exceedingly well centered and margined, lovely bright color, o.g., n.h., extremely fine; 1996 PF certificate. (Image) $140.00

SOLD for $280.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
998 nh C3 image#C3, 24c Carmine rose and blue, eye-catching mint single, being perfectly centered within extravagantly large margins all around, vibrant colors, o.g., n.h., extremely fine gem; 1992 PF certificate. (Image) $140.00

SOLD for $475.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
999 nh C3 image#C3, 24c Carmine rose and blue, well balanced margins all around, bright fresh colors, o.g., n.h., extremely fine. (Image) $140.00

SOLD for $325.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM
1000 og C3a image#C3a, 24c Carmine rose and blue, Center Inverted, position 3, natural straight-edge at top, deep rich colors, part o.g., fine. The 1919 Twenty Four Cent Inverted Jenny is one most recognized and desired rarities in all of philately. Its legendary status began the moment the stamp was issued in May 1918, when William T. Robey purchased an entire error sheet of 100 at the New York Avenue Post Office window in Washington D.C. - just one day after the stamp was issued - May 14th. Within one week Robey sold the sheet for $15,000.00 to the well-known Philadelphia stamp dealer Eugene Klein (an impressive return on his initial $24.00 investment). Shortly thereafter Mr. Klein sold the sheet to the renowned, yet eccentric collector, Col. Edward H.R. Green for $20,000.00. Col. Green asked Klein to break up the sheet for him into singles and blocks, and instructed him to sell all but the few key position blocks. What is puzzling is how, given the immediate attention created by a spectacular new error, so many of the stamps from the sheet have been poorly handled and stored over the years. In fact, there are at least seven examples whose whereabouts are unknown and presumably lost to philately. A great many of the known copies have varying degrees of faults and some even have lost all of their original gum. Improper hinging has caused a significant number of the faults, often thinning or creasing the stamps. That is why this copy, despite the natural straight-edge, is a highly desirable example of one of the most important errors in philately.An especially fresh Twenty Four Cent Inverted Jenny. Accompanied by a 1970 PF certificate. (Image) $170,000.00

SOLD for $100,000.00
Closing..Nov-05, 05:00 PM

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