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United States Stamps continued...

Collections and Accumulations
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
6902 og United States Collection. 1847-1985, hundreds of stamps in two volume Scott hingeless albums, about 90 stamps from No. 1 to 179, incl. Nos. 1, 12, 17, 18, 22, 27, 33, two 37, 39, 70, 75, 79, 85E, 89-91, 97, 100-101, 112-122 complete less 118, starting with 1879 Bank Notes fairly solid to recent with Nos. 191, 218, 1890, Columbian, 1894-98, Trans-Mississippi, 1902-03 all complete, extensive Washington-Franklins with coils and high values, 404, later high values, Kans.-Nebr. ovpts, Air Post complete incl. 1930 Graf Zeppelins and a few other Back-of-the-Book, all variations of gum incl. no gum and regummed but also lightly hinged and Mint N.H., condition very mixed with some cancels removed among earlier issues, Good-Very Fine, impressive and very valuable collection E. 20,000-30,000

SOLD for $28,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
6903 og United States Collection. Several hundred mostly unused stamps in hingeless album, many better items but in very mixed quality, starts out with two off-cover New York Postmaster Provisionals plus one on cover, then Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8A, 13, 15 and 17, 1857 Issue with some better 1c Types, incl. a defective o.g. single with 1988 P.F. certificate identifying it as the very rare Ty. Ia Scott 19 (catalog value $40,000.00) which it is not in our opinion, better 5c colors with Brick Red and one that appears to be Indian Red, 30 with certificate, 31-33, 37, 38, 39 (defective), 40, 62B, 67 (appears unused but most likely is not) and other 1861-66 values, Grills with 79, 83, 84, 85B, 85C, 85E and nearly all E's and F's, 102, 1869 Pictorials complete with extra 90c, some 1869 Re-Issues, nearly complete Bank Notes used or unused (no Special Printings), Columbian 235P2, unused stamps to $4.00 complete, 1894-98 unused or used, 1c-$2.00 Trans-Mississippi complete unused, 1902 to $1.00 and then largely complete from there to 1934 less the obvious rarities and some others, Air Post used and unused complete to 1933 featuring a used 1930 Graf Zeppelin set, some Special Delivery, decent Postage Due, Offices in China complete, partial set of Officials with some better values, some Newspaper Issues and Parcel Post unused to 75c, a difficult collection to evaluate but a very valuable collection nonetheless with useful material, accompanied by over 75 certificates, most of which are 2007-09 P.S.E.'s E. 15,000-20,000

SOLD for $28,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
6904   Old-time Extensive U.S. Collection. 1847-1960, many hundreds of used and unused stamps in six small spring-back binders on homemade pages, many are represented both used and unused, incl. singles, blocks of four and some plate blocks, many better items among the Regular and Commemorative Issues, Air Post and other Back-of-Book with set of Parcel Post, few Revenues, etc., also incl. four Farley Souvenir Sheet uncut sheets, some creases and bends from improper storage but cutting apart will yield a fair number of sound individual sheets or pairs of sheets, generally Fine-Very Fine with much useful material present, valuable collection E. 10,000-15,000

SOLD for $10,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
6905   United States Classics Collection. 1847-69, over 50 stamps on Scott pages, starts with 5c and 10c 1847, the 5c appears unused (and may possibly be), the 10c clearly has ms. "X" cancel, 1851-56 with five different, the 5c ms. cancel, the others appear unused but maybe only one might be, 1857-61 with 14 different, couple used but others which incl. Nos. 20, 22, 25, 26A, 30-30A, 35 and 37-39 appear unused and virtually all are, the No. 25 with traces of o.g., 37 o.g. and possibly 38, 1861-66 with Nos. 56 o.g., used No. 67, others appear unused but some have had cancels removed and the 90c is an altered plate proof, eleven different E and F Grills, again appear unused but no doubt some have had cancels removed, lastly 1869 Pictorial complete less 15c Ty. I and 30c, couple o.g., 6c clearly has been cleaned and the 90c is an altered plate proof, in the front of the collection there is a very good lithographic forgery of the Providence RI Postmaster sheet of twelve, we recommend careful viewing for this lot which has high catalog value and potentially higher, our estimate may be on the conservative side since we did not value quite a few stamps in the lot, four certificates accompany (one a photocopy) E. 4,000-5,000

SOLD for $9,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
6906   United States Collection Balance. Starts with about 75 used stamps from 1857-90, some interesting items such as Nos. 23, 25, 26 with green circular datestamp, 33, 63 pair, 69, 86, 90, 98 and 112, quite a few Bank Notes with values to 90c (four), a few colored cancels, special attention should be given to this section as there are some really nice examples among the otherwise Fine-Very Fine, unused begins with a few 1906-08, some Washington-Franklins with Nos. 331-340, 342, 374-379, 381, 407, 414-418, 420, fair number of coil singles and some pairs, 524, Offset Issue complete less Ty. VII imperf, then essentially complete from 1919 to 1957, Air Post complete less 1930 Graf Zeppelins, few later Special Delivery, some mostly used Postage Due with several attractive items, Parcel Post to 75c and some Newspaper stamps, overall Fine-Very Fine with many in higher grades, valuable collection with quite a number of surprisingly nice items, accompanied by over 24 certificates E. 4,000-5,000

SOLD for $7,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
6907 og Singles and Plate Blocks Collection. Many hundreds of items in metal file drawer, three-ring binder and small box, virtually all neatly stored in individual glassines with catalog numbers, singles incl. Nos. o.g. 240-241, 290-291, 294-299, 327, 330, better Washington-Franklins, 547, 573, Kans.-Nebr. Ovpts., C1-C6, C18, J57 and J60-J76 to name a few, plate blocks incl. 550, 616, 619-620, 704-715, 756-765, 833-834, C7-C12, C16, C21-C22, etc., also White Plains Souvenir Sheet and others of the period, largely Mint N.H., overall Fine-Very Fine lot E. 3,000-4,000

SOLD for $3,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
6908   United States Collection. 1847-1980, two bulging Scott Platinum hingeless albums with hundreds of used and unused stamps, some covers and postal stationery, the first volume is Regular Issue and Commemoratives, largely hit or miss with some better scattered throughout as used No. 1, 524, 547, 573 and White Plains Souvenir Sheet, second volume is Back-of-the-Book with Air Post through U. S. Possessions, again somewhat scattered but with the occasional better item, generally Fine-Very Fine E. 2,000-3,000

SOLD for $2,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
6909 og United States Collection. 1851-1975, several hundred virtually all unused stamps in one volume, Regular Issues sparsely populated to 1926 but there are a few better 1861-66 and 1902-03, Commemoratives better with 1c-8c and 50c, two $1.00 and $2.00 Columbian, Trans-Mississippi 1c-50, Pan-Americans complete, 3c and 5c Louisiana Purchase, 5c Jamestown, then virtually complete incl. White Plains Souvenir Sheet, Air post with Nos. C4, C6 and C18, also a little United Nations, generally Fine-Very Fine E. 2,000-3,000

SOLD for $2,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
6910 og United States Collection. 1851-1940, couple hundred nearly all unused items on double-sides pages from Volume I of a Scott International album, incl. 1890-03 with values to 10c, 15c Columbian, 2c Carmine Lake No. 249, eleven different 1895-98 with values to 15c, some decent Washington-Franklins, later Regular Issues, 1920's Commems, Kans.-Nebr. Ovpts., 1938 Presidentials, Air Post incl. C18, Parcel Post with values to 75c, some Special Delivery with several better, generally Fine-Very Fine E. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
6911 og United States Collection. 1893-1930, about 150 unused items on pages, starts with 1c-$2.00 Columbian, other Commems with 1c and 5c Trans-Mississippi, Pan-Americans, Louisiana Purchase, Jamestown, complete 1909, Panama-Pacific less Nos. 400A and 404 and White Plains Souvenir Sheet, Regular Issues with 1917-19 complete less 2c Ty. Ia (does incl. the 5c Error), 1922-25 complete to the $5.00 and Air Post with Nos. C1-C12 and three others, lastly there is a three-volume collection of United Nations form 1951 to 2009, the early part is hinged with the exception of the No. 38 Souvenir sheet (Mint N.H.), later Mint N.H. in Showgard mounts, with issues of New York, Geneva and Vienna, the U.S. part is mixed quality with some faults and/or regumming among the earlier material, still generally Fine-Very Fine E. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
6912 og United States Collection. 1893-1933, over 100 items on pages, virtually all unused with some Mint N.H., starts with 1c-15c Columbian, continues with 1c-10c Trans-Mississippi, Louisiana Purchase complete, Mint N.H. 2c Jamestown P.S.E. graded 85, 1909 Imperf Pairs, 401-403, large part of 1917-19 Issue set, 1920's Commems with 5c Walloon plate block of six, nicely centered White Plains Souvenir Sheet and some Air Post with nos. C1-C4, C10a and C18, condition varies slightly, still much Fine-Very Fine and better to be found, accompanied by eight 2008-2009 P.S.E. certificates E. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction

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