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United States Stamps continued...

Collections and Accumulations continued...
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
6913   United States Collection. Three volumes, one singles with some better items as ms. cancelled No. 122, part o.g. 240 and used 293, other two volumes blocks of four and plate blocks to 1979 featuring a 373 imprint and plate no. block of six, also small box of duplicates, nineteenth century very mixed condition, otherwise generally Fine-Very Fine E. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $2,900.00
Will close during Public Auction
6914   United States Collection. Two volumes, one used and unused singles, other blocks of four to about the 1960's, there are a few better used nineteenth century but largely in faulty condition, quality gets better later on in generally Fine-Very Fine condition E. 750-1,000

SOLD for $1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
6915 og United States Collection. 1919-37, virtually complete unused for the period on pages, also some Air Post and Officials, few small problems, mostly Fine-Very Fine E. 400-500

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
6916   Specialized Commemoratives Collection. 1898-1920's, seven volumes, many hundreds of stamps, covers and postcards, the Trans-Mississippi through Jamestown is fairly sparse but there are occasional better items, the same is largely true for the Panama-Pacific onward except there are more better items such as Panama-Pacific 398-E1 var photo essay (PFC) and nice variety of covers, two White Plains Souvenir sheets and two covers with inscription blocks of ten from the souvenir sheets, there is also a small Lincoln Topical collection featuring 4c 1890 Imperforate pair and a 5c 1902 imprint and plate no. block of six, the core value of this collection is focused on the 1909 Commemoratives (Lincoln, Alaska-Yukon and Hudson-Fulton), with used and unused blocks and plate no. blocks of six, covers with multiples (fair number of imperforate imprint and plate no. blocks of six), 367 souvenir Lincoln embossed picture postcard with Feb. 12, 1909 First Day circular datestamp, Private Vending Machine Coils, Pioneer Flights, Foreign usages, No. 370 "oily" and "varnish" ink varieties, articles, clippings and much more, nearly all Fine-Very Fine, a wonderful lot and with some work and "window dressing" the 1909 part could become a first-rate exhibition collection E. 5,000-7,500

SOLD for $3,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
6917 og Unused 20th Century Collection. 1904-34, several hundred items on Scott pages, Commemoratives appear complete with Louisiana Purchase, Jamestown, 1909 and the nine different Panama-Pacific, virtually complete Washington-Franklin issues (less Bluish Paper) except coils are a little spotty, evidently complete from 1919 Victory to 1934 Parks Souvenir Sheets less the obvious rarities, this incl. -1/2c-$5.00 1922-25 Issue, some better Coil Waste, No. 634A, Kans.-Nebr. Ovpts and White Plains Souvenir Sheet, there is also an imprint and plate no. pair of the 10c Trans-Mississippi and Mint N.H. blocks of six of the 1c and 2c Pan-Americans, with the exception of a few misidentifications and a few questionable coils this is a nice collection with the vast majority Fine-Very Fine, some certificates accompany E. 4,000-5,000

SOLD for $5,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
6918   Back-of-Book Issues Collection. Well over 150 items on Scott pages, used and unused, incl. unused Special Delivery complete less No. E4, some Postage Due, spotty Officials, mostly used and a few plate proofs, complete unused Parcel Post and Parcel Post Postage Due, fairly complete Hunting Permits from 1934-75, these are virtually all used (signed) or unused (no gum), and finally a few CSA, variable condition, Good-Very Fine E. 750-1,000

SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
6919   Dealer's Stock. Many hundreds if not several thousand nearly all unused stamps neatly arranged in nine glassine boxes, the unused ranges from Nos. 206 to fairly recent plus Air Post, Special Delivery, Postage Due and other Back-of-the-Book, virtually all singles in various quantities with some blocks, strips and plate blocks as well, one box of used (about 15% of value) with No.10 to fairly recent, fancy cancels, Air Post, Officials, etc., one box with some Canada and Newfoundland plus U.S. Possessions (about 6% of value), somewhat mixed condition as one would expect, still some useful material to be found throughout, Good-Very Fine, excellent fodder for the internet entrepreneur, catalog value in the range of $100,000.00 to slightly more E. 10,000-15,000

SOLD for $9,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
6920   Old-Time Dealer's Used Accumulation. Carton full of many thousands of stamps in four stock books and one small album, nineteenth century to the early 1930's, wide variety of material, one is absolutely bulging stock book of Air Post from C1 to C74 (no Zeppelins), Nos. C1-C6 about five to ten each, others in large quantities which in some cases exceed 200 each, quality varies, Good-Very Fine with much useful material to be found by the observant viewer E. 3,000-4,000

SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
6921   U.S. Accumulation. Carton with three albums, stock cards and stock sheets, used and unused, collections are mixed quality but there is a nice section of high quality Nos. 619, 627, etc. in quantity, collections Good-Very Fine, other part nearly all Very Fine-Extremely Fine E. 2,000-3,000

SOLD for $1,900.00
Will close during Public Auction
6922 og Small U.S. Accumulation. About 50 items on stock sheets, incl No. 1 (cancel removed, appears unused), 73 disturbed o.g., 90 part o.g. (top perfs trimmed, 2009 A.P.S. certificate), 94 o.g., 113 traces of o.g., 189 o.g., 274 o.g., decent set of Pan-Americans, Mint N.H. C3 and twelve different Special Delivery, also six gummed labels by the Hamilton Bank Note Co. for the 1913 International Philatelic Exhibition in New York (different colors), mixed condition, fair amount Fine-Very Fine E. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
6923 nh United States Mint Stock. Over 4,500 Mint N.H. stamps sorted in individual pages, over 30 different, in the range of Nos. 654 to 764 with the exception of No. 441 1c Green Coil where there are 167 singles, 152 pairs and 177 paste-up pairs, Fine-Very Fine, as this is an unpicked assortment, there will no doubt be some higher grade material, some of which may be worthy of submission for grading 4,867.30

SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction

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