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LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Cat. Value
21 image U.S. MINT AND USED STOCK ON 102 CARDS, includes several hundred mint and used singles, contained on a few hundred 102 cards, the inventory starts with #9 and runs through about 1940, most of the value here is in the pre-1900 material, values run from a few dollars catalog up to $5,000 with hundreds of items in the $50+ range, there is some duplication in the lower value items and overall quantities range in the 1-5 with some higher as the values lower, the overall condition here is very mixed and faults are to be expected throughout but also some sound Very Fine stamps are present, even with the duplication there is still plenty of variety and a huge amount of value to break out, viewing is suggested to get a feel of the quality, well worth a good look and a great amount of total retail value, we have included a few scans of the very high catalog value stamps but there is still a good amount of "meat" throughout this lot (Image)

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CV 95,000.00

SOLD for $13,000.00
Will close during Internet Auction
22 image U.S. MINT AND USED COLLECTION IN LIGHTHOUSE HINGELESS ALBUM, includes several hundred mostly different mint and used singles, contained in a hingeless album with dust cover, the collection runs to about 1934 and includes some B.O.B. material, the overall condition is pretty mixed with faults in the early material but there are some V.F. stamps here too, some of the better items include: 22*(RG), 27, 29, 31(2), 32, 36, 64b*, 72, 78*(RG), 87*, 92, 98*(RG x2), 99, 100, 101, 113*, 122, 123, 137, 138, 144, 145*, 187*(RG), 240*, 241*(RG), 242*, 243*(RG), 244*, 262, 278*, 291*, 292*, 313*, 315, 423*, 460*, 476*, 523*, 630*, C13*, 15*; there is a detailed inventory available for this collection, plenty of useful items and well worth a careful look (Image)

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CV 75,000.00

SOLD for $11,500.00
Will close during Internet Auction
23 image U.S. MINT BLOCK AND PLATE BLOCK COLLECTION, includes several dozen mint blocks, strips and plate blocks, mounted in a three ring binder, the collection runs to about 1930 and includes some B.O.B. material, the overall condition is mixed and faults are to be expected but there are also many F-VF items and also a good amount of NH material, there are some heavy hinged and also some without gum, also expect some perf seps, some of the highlights include: 63*(blk/4), 65*(blk/4), 113*(blk/8), 147*(blk/8), 232*(St/4), 235*(PB/8 NG), 247*(Pl.St/3), 250*(Pl.St/3), 272*(PB/6), 281*(Pl.St/3), 285*(Pl.St/5), 286*(Pl.St/3), 290*(blk/4), 296*(Pl.St/5), 299*(PB/4), 304*(Blk/4), 308*(PB/6), 324*(PB/8), 326*(Blk/4), 314*(CL/Blk), 330*(PB/6), 367*(PB/6), 371*(PB/6), 372*(PB/6), 373*(PB/6), 381*(PB/6), 397*(PB/6), 398*(PB/6), 415*(PB/6), 418*(Blk/4), 508*(PB/6), 509*(PB/6), 515*(PB/6), 536*(PB/6), 546*(PB/4), 558*(PB/6), 562*(PB/6), 566*(PB/6), 567*(PB/6), 663*(PB/4), 666*(PB/4), 667*(PB/4), 673*(PB/4), 674*(PB/4), 675*(PB/4), 676*(PB/4), 677*(PB/4), 678*(PB/4), 679*(PB/4), Q4*(PB/6 NG), Q4*(PB/4), E3*(Pl.St/3), PR122*(Pl.St./3), in addition to these items there are dozens of others with values in the $5-250 range, a very powerful collection with a huge amount of total value and a significant number of breakout pieces, we have scanned a large number of pages from this collection and those images are available on our website, viewing is suggested to get a handle on the overall quality and the number of higher quality items, don't let this on pass you by (Image)

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CV 58,600.00

SOLD for $11,000.00
Will close during Internet Auction
24 image U.S. MINT AND USED INVENTORY ON 102 CARDS, includes several hundred mint and used singles and some multiples, contained on several dozen 102 cards, much of the value here is in the pre-1900 material but the group runs to about 1930 and includes some B.O.B. along with some Duck stamps, values run from a few dollars catalog up to $400 with dozens of items in the $25+ range, there is some duplication in the lower value items and overall quantities range in the 1-3 with some higher as the values lower, the overall condition here is mixed and faults are to be expected throughout but also some sound Very Fine stamps are present, virtually everything is Fine or better centering, a good amount of total retail breakout value here, we have included a few scans of the very high catalog value stamps but there is still a good amount of "meat" throughout this lot (Image)

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CV 37,000.00

CLOSED
Will close during Internet Auction
25 image U.S. BETTER ITEM SELECTION, includes several dozen mint and used singles, pairs and multiples, arrange on black stock pages by catalog number, the group runs to about 1925, good variety but there is some duplication to be considered, the overall condition is mixed with faults to be expected especially in the early issues but the post 1900 stamps for the most part are F-VF or better with many of the mint being NH, values generally in the $25-150 range with some higher, some of the better stamps include: 10, 10A, 14, 20-21, 25, 26A, 36, 70b, 71(2), 76(2), 75, 78, 83, 87, 89, 96-97, 112, 116, 149, 153, 162(2), 163, 165, 191, 208(2), 220a*, 229, 236*, 238*, 240, 242, 260(2), 271*, 277, 288*, 291*, 291, 298-99*, 302-05*, 307-08*, 337*, 349, 353*, 353, 354-55*, 413*, 415*, 417*, 422*, 444*, 456*, 456(2), 464-65*, 487*LP, 545*, 546(3), 573*, 599A*; we have included scans of every page of this lot on our web site, a very worthwhile group which has significant retail value one broken down (Image)

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CV 30,450.00

SOLD for $6,000.00
Will close during Internet Auction
26 image AMAZING GROUP OF GEMS AND JUMBOS, PART I, includes over 800 various singles and some multiples, mixed mint and used but about 80% used, neatly arranged on black stock cards and then displayed on black stock pages, runs from 1860 to 1938 and includes some B.O.B. material, this incredible holding of super high quality stamps is something to behold, most of the stamps here are Extremely Fine or better, there are hundreds of Jumbos some of which are very impressive, the overall quality is pretty clean but some faults are to be expected and most of which are minor, there is some duplication to be expected but really very impressive variety here, it appears the owner simply bought the biggest and best and then accumulated them for future purposes, none are graded at this point but we believe there must be dozens of 100's and 100J's in this group and certainly several hundred which are 90+ and also several hundred which would get the "J" designation if they were to be graded, even though there are no high catalog value items here, there should still be a substancial amount of total catalog value, lots like these are very difficult to get a handle on for an accurate market value, but we will try: we estimate that there are about 400 stamps which would retail about $10 each, 200 at $15 each, 100 at $20 each, 50 at $25 each and 50+ which would retail over $30 each, and we feel these are very conservative numbers, this makes for a potential total retail value in excess of $12,000 and we feel this number is probably very conservative, these kinds of stamps realize ridiculous prices on online auction platforms, given this likely significant market value we are basing our lot estimate on that potential, (ENV 5,000-6,000) (Image)

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SOLD for $4,750.00
Will close during Internet Auction
27 image U.S. CLASSICS COLLECTION, includes several dozen mixed mint and used, mounted on Scott hingeless album pages, the collection runs to 1900, the overall condition is mixed and some faults are to be expected but there are also some sound Very Fine stamps here, and also a some NH stamps, some of the highlights include: 1, 15, 25*, 32-33, 36, 63*, 65*, 68*, 70, 70b, 71*, 72, 73*, 75-76*, 77, 86, 87, 88*, 92-94*, 96, 113*, 116*, 117, 119, 134*, 138, 145-47*, 149*, 149, 150-51*, 151-55, 157*, 159*, 161*, 162, 163*, 165, 178-79*, 185-86*, 188-89*, 206*, 209*, 224*, 226-27*, 233*, 235*, 239*, 251*, 258*, 272*, 281-82*, 284*, 288*, 296-97*, 299*; there are some mint stamps without gum and they are cataloged as such, in addition there are 21 Certificates included in this lot, a huge amount of value and certainly many items can be broken out of this collection, well worth careful consideration (Image)

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CV 28,880.00

SOLD for $5,250.00
Will close during Internet Auction
28 image U.S. COLLECTION, includes several thousand mostly different but there is some duplication here and there, mixed mint and used but mostly used, many of the modern mint sheets are mint which means there is several hundred dollars in face value here, hinged and mounted in three large three ring binders, the collection runs to about 2019 and includes some B.O.B. material along with a section of Canal Zone, the overall condition is really pretty clean with some faults to be expected in the early issues, values to about $400 with some higher, a very nice collection with lots of breakout material, careful consideration is suggested with this one due to the good amount of value (Image)

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CV 21,000.00

SOLD for $3,400.00
Will close during Internet Auction
29 image U.S. MOSTLY USED INVENTORY ON 102 CARDS, includes several hundred mostly used, contained on several dozen 102 cards stored in a small box, there is duplication with quantities generally in the 1-10 range but some up to 20 of each, the overall condition is mixed and there are faults to be expected but there are also some nice stamps here, runs up to the 1930's and includes some B.O.B. material along with some Duck stamps, a huge amount of total catalog value here and certainly plenty of retail breakout value, values up to about $200 with some higher (Image)

CV 35,000.00

SOLD for $5,250.00
Will close during Internet Auction
30 image MINT COLUMBIAN ACCUMULATION TO THE $5, includes several hundred mint singles, most have gum but there are some without, neatly arranged in a Lighthouse style stockbook, the overall condition is mixed and there are faults to be expected here, but there are many Very Fine stamps too, the lot contains: 230*(127), 231*(134), 232*(48), 233*(33), 234*(48), 235*(38), 236*(26), 237*(23), 238*(13), 239*(3), 240*(3 with 2 NG), 241*, 243*, 245*(NG); many stamps and plenty of catalog value here with lots of breakout material (Image)

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CV 22,500.00

SOLD for $3,700.00
Will close during Internet Auction
31 image U.S. MINT INVENTORY ON 102 CARDS, includes several hundred mint singles, contained on several dozen 102 cards, much of the value here is in the pre-1900 material but the group runs to about 1940, values run from a few dollars catalog up to $500 with dozens of items in the $50+ range, there is some duplication in the lower value items and overall quantities range in the 1-3 with some up to 30-40 of the lower values, the overall condition here is mixed and faults are to be expected throughout but also some sound Very Fine stamps are present, generally hinged in the early items and more NH later, a good amount of total retail breakout value here, we have included a few scans of the very high catalog value stamps (Image)

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CV 27,180.00

SOLD for $4,000.00
Will close during Internet Auction
32 image U.S. COLLECTION, includes several hundred mixed mint and used, mounted in a Liberty album, the collection runs to about 1968 and includes a nice section of B.O.B. material including revenues, the overall condition is mixed and faults are to be expected, much of the value here is in the pre-1925 issues and strong Classics, lots of catalog value and plenty of useful stamps for retail or online sales, the total catalog value should exceed the amount we have listed, well worth a good look (Image)

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CV 30,000.00

SOLD for $3,700.00
Will close during Internet Auction
33 image U.S. USED COLLECTION, includes several hundred used singles, mounted in a Scott National album, runs to 1956 and includes some B.O.B. and Revenues, the overall condition is mixed and there are faults to be expected, any badly damaged stamps or doubtful items were not figured or counted in the total catalog value listed, values up to about $300 with much of the value in the pre-1900 issues, some of the better stamps include: 7, 10(2), 20, 22, 25, 29, 30A, 36-38, 67, 70a, 71, 77, 78b, 87, 89, 98, 112, 149, 151-55, 162-63, 165-66, 191, 208, 218, 229, 240, 315(looks okay), 351-53, 387, 445-46, 456, 460, 491, 545-46, 578-79, E4; there are a few mint singles in the post 1940 issues, plenty of catalog value and plenty to break out, take a good look at this one (Image)

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CV 20,250.00

SOLD for $3,100.00
Will close during Internet Auction
34 image U.S. MINT AND USED SELECTION WITH CERTIFICATES, includes 24 different mint and used singles and booklet panes, arranged on a black stock page, virtually every item has a PSAG certificate, the overall condition is mixed and there are faults and some without gum or regummed(figured as no gum), the lot includes: 7(*), 15*, 22(*), 34, 37a, 75, 77, 90, 95, 98, 100, 116*, 118, 138, 150, 154, 205(RG), 210*(NH), 211*, 279Bj*(RG), 279Bk*(RG), 319*(NH 95), 319j*, 471*; some very useful items here and well worth a good look (Image)

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CV 17,115.00

SOLD for $2,600.00
Will close during Internet Auction
35 image U.S. MINT COLLECTION, 1900-1934, a couple hundred mint, mounted on Scott hingeless album pages, most of the value here is in the Washington-Franklin area along with the 1923-25, the overall condition is mixed and some minor faults are to be expected but there are also many sound Very Fine stamps here, also a significant number of NH stamps, some of the highlights include: 304*, 326*, 330*, 369*, 335-36*, 381*, 385-86*, 400*(2), 418-20*, 444*, 454*, 455*(LP), 457*(PR), 464*, 466*, 468*, 472*, 474*, 475*, 479*, 517*, 541*, 546*, 595*, 679*, 656*(LP); a really very clean collection with many well centered stamps, a huge amount of breakout value in this one (Image)

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CV 12,000.00

SOLD for $2,100.00
Will close during Internet Auction
36 image U.S. ACCUMULATION, includes hundreds of most used singles, there is some scattered mint material, on stock pages and album pages, the overall condition is very mixed and faults are to be expected, there is duplication, a huge amount of total catalog value here, the amount listed is our estimate but it is likely low, values up to about $500, viewing is strongly suggested, still plenty to break out of this one (Image)

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CV 25,000.00

SOLD for $2,400.00
Will close during Internet Auction
37 image EXTENSIVE MINT PARKS AND FARLEY'S COLLECTION, includes hundreds of singles, pairs, blocks, plate blocks, gutter and line pairs, gutter and line blocks and centerline and cross gutter blocks, neatly arrange but issue in four large Lighthouse stockbooks and one three ring binder, in addition to all the stamps there are dozens of various collateral items like proofs, essays, presentation items and some documents, there are about 8-10 sets each of perforated plate blocks and imperf plate blocks, most with both upper and lower positions and various numbers, there are some large "window pane" multiples with groups of four cross gutter blocks in the corners, there are two Roosevelt presentation with Ickes certificates, there are several photographic essays and Harry Peckmore engravings for the Parks issues, there are some oversized FDC's with complete sets - one with line pairs of the imperfs, the overall condition is very clean but some scattered faults are likely, this is without question the most extensive Parks/Farley collection we have ever offered and/or seen, there are many very interesting items here, the catalog value only reflects those items which are listed in Scott but there is easily several thousands of dollars in value in the Essays alone, viewing this one will be a huge advantage to the competitive bidder, we have included a number of scans of this collection and those images are available on our website, if you are a specialist in this area do not let this one go by (Image)

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CV 10,000.00

SOLD for $2,500.00
Will close during Internet Auction
38 image AMAZING GROUP OF GEMS AND JUMBOS, PART II, this lot is very similar to the Part I lot listed earlier in this sale - just smaller, includes over 325 various singles and some multiples, mixed mint and used but about 80% used, neatly arranged on black stock pages, runs from 1851 to 1938 and includes some B.O.B. material, this incredible holding of super high quality stamps is quite extraordinary, most of the stamps here are Extremely Fine or better, there are dozens of Jumbos some of which are very impressive, the overall quality is pretty clean but faults are to be expected and most of which are minor, there is some duplication here but really impressive variety, it appears the owner simply bought the biggest and best and then accumulated them for future purposes, none are graded at this point but we believe there must be dozens of 100's and 100J's in this group and certainly many, many which are 90+ and also dozens which would get the "J" designation if they were to be graded, even though there are no high catalog value items here, there should still be a good amount of total catalog value, lots like these are very difficult to get a handle on for an accurate market value, but we will try: we estimate that there are about 150 stamps which would retail about $10 each, 50 at $15 each, 50 at $20 each, 50 at $25 each and 25+ which would retail over $30 each, and we feel these are very conservative numbers, this makes for a potential total retail value in excess of $5,000 and we feel this number is probably very conservative, these kinds of stamps realize ridiculous prices on online auction platforms, given this likely significant market value we are basing our lot estimate on that potential, (ENV 2,500-3,000) (Image)

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SOLD for $2,600.00
Will close during Internet Auction
39 image U.S. BANKNOTE ACCUMULATION, includes 104 various mint and used stamps, contained on 102 cards, the overall condition is mixed and faults are to be expected, some of the better items are: 134, 138, 146*, 151(10), 152(8), 153(7), 154(3), 155(2), 166(3)179*, 186*, 205*, 216*, 217*, 218(2); values up to about $400.00 with some higher, plenty to look through here and lots of catalog value and retail potential (Image)

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CV 16,129.00

SOLD for $2,600.00
Will close during Internet Auction
40 image U.S. MINT AND USED ACCUMULATION, includes several thousand mint and used singles and multiples, contained on album pages, stock pages, stock cards and some loose, contained in a large white box, also includes some B.O.B. material, there are about a dozen groups of pages which have been cataloged for retail sales, the overall condition is mixed and there are faults, also expect duplication, the catalog value listed is our estimate and it is likely low, a real good amount of value here and plenty of breakout material (Image)

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CV 15,000.00

SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Internet Auction

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