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United States and Foreign Stamps and Covers continued...

U.S. Stamps Collections and Accumulations continued...
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
2585 nhbl United States Mint Sheets, 1924-1939 (615/893). More than 100 sheets plus some blocks and part sheets, ranging from Nos. 615 thru 893 with duplication on some, some better sheets incl. 2c Huguenot-Walloon, No. 634, Vermont Issue, ten or so different numbers from Scott 690-734, complete set of Famous Americans, apparently complete National Parks but largely in plate no. blocks of 36 or so, also a book of Christmas Seal sheets, others, condition is nice throughout with the sheets separated by cellophane in pockets or folders, some perf separations obviously will be found along with the occasional edge flaw, Very Fine group, conservative Scott Retail more than $4,500.00

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E. 750-1,000

SOLD for $950.00
Will close during Public Auction
2586 nh Modern U.S. Sheets and Coil Strips. Three sheet files, special P.O. booklet and a stock book, sheets are virtually all from the 22c to 44c period, incl. $3.00, $3.50, $5.00 and $10.75 sheets of 20 and a $15.00 2006 Duck Stamp sheet, the Coils are virtually all in strips of ten or larger up to 25, starts with Transportation Series (a few earlier) up to the 44c values, also small group of cacheted addressed FDC's, Very Fine lot 1,725.55

SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
2587 c United States Postal Card Collection and Accumulation. Massive holding of around 2,000 to 3,000 cards in binders and shoe boxes housed in seven Banker's Boxes, complete run from the first card to recent less the rare ones and some others, mint, unused (pre-printed) and used, incl. unused UX1 (appears to have erased address), used UX4, used UX27C-UX27D, mint UX34 (creases) and UX35, good selection of the UX32 and UX33 Canceling Machine Cities, UXC1a Color Error FDC, varieties as paste-ups, miscuts, UX38 albino, UX1 Trial Colors, USPCC UX4EI, UX5 ms. "Essay" on thin colored card, interesting Foreign usages, First Day cancels, some Paid Replies incl. eight different UY1E, couple dozen used Leather cards (virtually all missing stamps) and some Foreign Cards and Prisoner of War items (virtually all unused), four cards in quantities of over to 200 to nearly 400 each, otherwise the duplication is not overwhelming for the most part, overall the condition is nice and virtually all Fine-Very Fine E. 5,000-7,500

SOLD for $3,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
2588 c U.S. Exposition Postal Cards. Over 60 different Columbian Expo with USPCC Nos. EX1-24, 25-32, 34, 39, 45-49 and 51-61 plus one wrapper, Trans-Mississippi Nos. 94 and 95, unused, also Expo Post Cards with ten Pan-American, over 20 Louisiana Purchase (many "hold-to-light" types), also some Jamestown, Pacific 1909 and Panama-Pacific, nearly all Fine-Very Fine, nice lot for the specialist E. 500-750

SOLD for $750.00
Will close during Public Auction
2589 og United States Retail Stock. Several hundred 19th and 20th Century items in four retail counter books, wide range of issues, very minor duplication, better items throughout, for example used No. 22, 29, 31, 72, better 1867 Grills, 118, 137, Large Bank Notes, two unused 30c Columbians, used and unused $1.00 and unused $2.00, 310, used 313, unused 341-342, other Washington-Franklins with quite a number of coils both genuine and suspect, two each 400A and 404, used 523, 547, two 573, 701 plate block, Bicentennial plate blocks, $5.00 Prexy plate block, C10a booklet, 15 C1's, C2 arrow block, two C3, C4 plate block of six, C6 block of four, E12 plate block of six, better Postage Dues, K11 block of four, few Officials, Newspapers, Parcel Post, Postal Stationery, Revenues and a few CSA and Possessions, condition runs the gamut from small faults Very Good to Extremely Fine, we recommend allowing extra time for viewing this valuable lot E. 7,500-10,000

SOLD for $12,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
2590   Classic U.S. Extensions Balance, Eight unused and used stamps, offered as individual lots in past sales but with a new P.F. certificate noting a problem, incl. part original gum No. 11A which we feel is an almost unmistakable Orange Brown (confirmed by Dr. Amonette) but plates to 5L and so by definition cannot be No. 10A (P.F. certificate as 11A Deep Brownish Carmine), Nos. 31, 33 (unused, regummed), 97 (unused, no gum), 98, 150, 208a (original gum) and J52 with faint watermark, all but No. 150 with some kind of flaw, Fine-Very Fine appearance

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5,750.00

SOLD for $2,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
2591   Certified U.S. Classic Issues, 1851-69. Seven different, incl. Nos. 10, 22, 34, 36, 69, 95 and 114, first six used (No. 34 red grid), No. 114 Mint N.H., No. 95 thin and toning, No. 34 perfs just in at left, others Fine-Very Fine, six with P.F. certificates, other (No. 95) with A.P.S. certificate

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E. 500-750

SOLD for $700.00
Will close during Public Auction
2592   United States Classics Accumulation. More than 350 stamps on stock pages, issues ranging from 3c 1851 to Trans-Mississippi, mostly lower denominations but a few higher incl. 12c-90c 1861, best item is a block of four of No. 79-E15d, the "Music Box" grill, the regular issues in very mixed condition with a high percentage faulty, the highest denomination stamps defective, still a decent catalogue value lot

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E. 500-750

SOLD for $750.00
Will close during Public Auction
2593   Small U.S. Classics Balance (26, 72). No. 26 unused, original gum, beautifully centered, tiny light scuffs in top corners (probably from an attempt to turn it into a Ty. IV as the framelines are discontinuous at bottom), No. 72 choice centering, well-centered, light cork cancel and rim of circular datestamp, tiny perf crease and reperfed at right, Very Fine appearance, with 2012 P.S.E. and P.F. certificates respectively

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665.00

SOLD for $120.00
Will close during Public Auction
2594   Used U.S. 19th Century Balance. Stock cards of used stamps, incl. Nos. 14 (3), 15, 37 (2), 38 (2), 67, 70 (2), 71 (2), few 77, 93, 97, 98, 99, 100, nice group of 116 (8) incl. one with Japan cancel, 120 (3), 241, 242, 243, range of cancels, mixed condition, some Fine-Very Fine

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E. 2,000-3,000

SOLD for $3,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
2595   U.S. 19th Century Balance. Four stamps, incl. No. 123 with original gum, Nos. 38 and 38 unused (no gum), last is No. 123 used, all sound except the used reperfed at bottom, Fine-Very Fine group

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2,850.00

SOLD for $750.00
Will close during Public Auction

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