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United States continued...

Guam
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
141 og 9 image#9, 10c Brown, Ty. II, original gum, hinge remnant, warm shade, centered to the left, a sound example of this key stamp, fine, with 1987 P.F. certificate. (Image)

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$2,750.00

SOLD for $675.00
Will close during Public Auction
Philippines
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
142 og 224 image#224, $2.00 Dark blue, lightly hinged, deep shade, choice centering, an ideal example of this scarce and key stamp, very fine, with 1986 P.F. certificate. (Image)

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$2,000.00

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
Stamp Collections & Balances
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
143 nh   Mint 20th century consignment balance, consisting of one binder filled with 29c and 32c self-adhesive booklet panes, a nicely-mounted study of the United States flag on stamps and postal stationery, with die cut singles, coils, etc., five recalled Legends of the West souvenir sheets, mint sheet folder with various mostly 1980s/90s issues, binder of regular issues from 1954-91, clean and very fine throughout, with noteworthy face value along with the more uncommon items.

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Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $850.00
Will close during Public Auction
144 nh   Mint sheet & multiples accumulation, in fifteen sheet folders, most appear to be denominations below 10c and from the 1940s/60s, yet still noteworthy face value, some duplication, fresh and chiefly fine-very fine.

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Est. $200-300

SOLD for $280.00
Will close during Public Auction
145 O   Fancy cancel and postmark reference collection, well over a thousand stamps, mostly Banknote issues, though note also back of the book, Columbians, and others, including examples of many desirable strikes, a review yielding skull and crossbones, man with hat, running chicken, donkey, insects, fish, many ornate stars, corks, and leaves, chiefly fine, an attractive collection, filling two large stockbooks and an album, many dubious strikes, still a useful reference collection of this very popular area.

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Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
146 nh/og/O   Voluminous estate of Post-WWII, mostly mounted on White Ace pages and housed in over 20 binders filling four cartons, beginning in the 1940s and progressing through to the mid-1990s, a strong degree of completion for the period, including not only the basic stamps but complemented by blocks, plate blocks as well as coil pairs and line pairs, booklet panes and booklets, plate number coil strips, modern sheets and sheetlets, including recalled Legends of the West, the odd cover to be found within, noteworthy face value, a good lot for the enthusiast of twentieth century philately.

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Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
147 nh/og/p   Balance of consignment in five albums, and a few folders, including one album of United States commemoratives, mix of mint and used, with 1893 Columbians and 1898 Trans-Mississippi complete but with faults, two Scotts American Stamp albums with useful back-of-the-book, noting used 10c Executive, unused 90c Navy, and used 90c State, condition truly mixed, so inspection is encouraged.

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Est. $500-750

SOLD for $2,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
148 nh/og/O   imageGroup of quality mint & used stamps, individually selected by a discerning collector, with many choice singles and sets highlights including #12 used, #14 used with c.d.s., #94 unused, #121 used, #133 mint, #135 used, #179 unused, #209 mint, #215 mint, #225 n.h., #226 n.h., #241 used, #242 mint and used, #258 mint, #273 mint, #276 mint, #278 used, #292 mint, #294-299 mint, #302 n.h., #310 mint, #371 hinged plate block of six, #420 n.h., #472 n.h., #523 mint Kansas and Nebraska overprints, #C3 n.h. with "Top" imprint, and many more, significant catalogue value, with most individual stamps and sets cataloguing over $100, a truly lovely group, chiefly fine-very fine, a few possible regummed or reperfed, inspection encouraged to discover the many superior examples included. (Image)

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Est. $5,000-7,500

SOLD for $8,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
149 og/nh   Mint collection with United Nations, in three Lindner hingeless albums, the USA beginning with 1904 Louisiana Purchase, noting mostly complete 1923-26 issues, 1926 White Plains sheet, complete Kansas and Nebraska overprints, then appears complete for the available spaces from 1930s until 1969, complemented by imperforate pairs including 2c 1909 Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposition, 2c 1909 Hudson River, and 1935 National Parks, etc, the United Nations comprehensive from the first issues to early 1970s, including the 1955 souvenir sheet never hinged, chiefly very fine, and a good basis for continuation.

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Est. $400-500

SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction
150 og/nh/O   Superior quality balance of consignment, on stock cards in three binders, predominantly from the1851 issues to Washington-Franklins, the early issues being mostly used, noting #7, 9, 17, 25, 35, 68, 112 unused and o.g. examples, note also colored and fancy cancels Trans-Mississippi mint and used, the used to the 50c, Pan-American sets in mint and used, American Bank Note Co. issues including 1890-3 used to the 30c, extensive Bureau issues and Washington-Franklins, including many never hinged examples, imperforate blocks and pairs, back-of-the-book including officials with navy and executive issues, postage dues, parcel post, special handling, airmails, postal agency in China, a wonderful lot, chiefly with bright, fresh colors, and often very fine, the result of careful selection by a quality-conscious collector, some possible regummed or reperforated, much value to be found through careful review.

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Est. $3,000-4,000

SOLD for $4,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
151 og/nh/O   Mostly mint collector's accumulation, two large cartons full of stockbooks of duplicated mint singles and multiples, largely 1930s through 1960s, a few hundred Minkus album pages with mounted blocks of four and larger, two Lighthouse hingeless albums, sparse among the early issues through note three-margin used #17, good selection of used 1861 Banknote issues, mint Columbians to the 50c, largely complete mint from the 1920s through 1980s, two stockbooks of earlier material, noting mint airmails including a 65c Graf Zeppelin, good Special Delivery, Columbian and Washington-Franklin mint duplicates, mixed condition among the earlier issues though chiefly very fine in later years, a good sorting project.

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Est. $500-750

SOLD for $2,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
152 og/nh/O   Powerful collection in four albums, filled with desirable items, beginning with 1845 New York Postmasters Provisional, #1 four-margin used with bold red cancel, #2 used just touching at bottom, #8 1c blue Type II, #12 and #16 used (both cut close), #27 with dated cancel, #31 used, 1861-2 Second Issues include #64 used, #68 unused, higher values including #72 and 78, good selection of grills including many scarcer examples, note #79 used, #84 used, #85, #85E, #99, and #101 used (horizontal crease), 1869 Bank Note issues complete used, 1869 Re-Issue including mint #123 and unused #132, 1871 Bank Notes with #140 and 155 used, mint examples including #148, 149, 150 and 151, fulsome selection of 1879 issues on soft porous paper, 1890-93 ABN issues complete mint, 1893 Columbians complete mint, 1894 Bureau issues complete used, 1898 watermarked issues #279-84 mint, 1898 Trans-Mississippi complete mint, an exceptional range of Washington-Franklin issues, mostly mint and with bright fresh colors, note complete 1908-9 #331-42, experimental blued paper including #366, mint #440, 460, 477, and 523, complemented by a wonderful selection of mint and used coil singles and pairs as well as booklet panes, enhanced by comprehensive post-war regular issues and a selection of mint sheets, back-of-the-book issues are equally strong, with exceptional and comprehensive officials, complete in many areas, a tremendous number of high-value and key stamps, note Postage Dues used J1-7, J15-21, J22-28, J29-37, and J38-44, 1912-3 Parcel Post complete, Postal Offices in China complete mint, the real strength in officials including 1873 Agriculture issues O1-9 mint, except the 10c which is used, Executive O11-14 mint except 6c used, Interior, Justice O25-34, Navy O35-45, Post Office O47-56, State O57-71 , the top $10 and $20 values being plate proofs, Treasury O72-82, War Department, the scarce 1879 Agriculture on soft porous paper, various other 1879 issues from Interior, Justice, Treasury and War, including O103 unused, O113 unused, impressive selection of valuable Newspaper stamps noting #PR1-4, PR5-7 and PR8 mint, #PR30 1879 ABN Issues to the 48c in plate proofs of varying colors, 1885 issues complete, Hunting Permit Stamps complete to 1993, only the first four examples being used, useful mint Confederate States including Nos. 1-5, 14a with CSA certificate, United States Possessions all represented including Canal Zone, Cuba, Guam including #1-8 and #M1-2, solid Hawaii including mint #6, #22, and #24, strong Philippines including a mint example of the scarce #223A, close inspection is encouraged as condition and centering as expected is mixed among the earlier stamps, with no gum and regummed and some reperforated stamps to be found, yet an impressive and valuable collection, the many desirable and quality stamps making this an exceptional opportunity for the collector or dealer alike.

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Est. $40,000-50,000

SOLD for $32,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
153 og/nh/O/c   Interesting carton of mint & used, a collector's accumulation in seven albums and several envelopes, strong in 1930s/60s with hundreds of plate blocks, an annotated Elbe album with airmails, Philippines, and Canal Zone, a nicely-mounted springback album, with mint and used, beginning with 1901 Pan-Am issues, progressing through to 1930s including imperforates and coils, a mostly mint Liberty album, largely complete (hinged) from 1930s through the 1960s, album of postal stationery and envelope of covers, a good sorting project.

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Est. $300-400

SOLD for $575.00
Will close during Public Auction
154 og/O   Confederate States mint and used reference collection, thirty three mint and used singles, selected as a shade study, largely 5c and 10c Jefferson Davis issues in a variety of blue and gray-blue shades, also three 2c Calhoun in varying shades of red-brown and four 20c Washington, also note used block of fifteen 10c blue Davis (edge faults), complemented by two stock pages with several dozen mostly Jefferson Davis stamps identified as fakes and facsimiles, along with two covers franked with #11 and #12 (various faults), mixed condition though there are many fine examples to be found, an interesting study lot.

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Est. $300-400

SOLD for $260.00
Will close during Public Auction
Postal History Collections & Balances
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
155 c   Stampless ship mail postal history collection, written-up on album pages, with a detailed examination of rates and routes of the period, highlights including an early 1772 folded ship cover from Manchester to Philadelphia via New York, sent per "the Hope" with 9 FE Bishop mark and NEW/YORK straight-line (small repair at right), 1789 and 1791 folded letters with Baltimore straight-lines to New York, 1796 free frank from Albany to Philadelphia, a superb 1797 folded ship letter from Bordeaux to Philadelphia via Boston, unusual 1798 folded letter from Alexandria, Virginia to the Vice-Consul of France in Baltimore, datelined "27 Floreal" using the French revolutionary calendar, 1816 Hudson N. York ornamental c.d.s. on folded letter to New Haven, lovely 1834 steam boat letter from Savannah to Portsmouth N.H., 1838 New York to Buenos Aires, Argentina, forwarded by Gilpin's Exchange, 1840 Bristol Ship Letter from Philadelphia to Yorkshire per the Great Western, 1840 ship letter Hamburg, Germany to New York via Philadelphia, clear strike of "Tallahassee Flo" oval territorial datestamp on folded letter to New York, 1842 packet letter from New Orleans to Bordeaux, circa 1840s Keeseville to Moriah, New York, endorsed "stage driver will leave this at the store," nice group of 1840s railroad covers, 1849 New Orleans to Paris via England, over thirty items in all, many better examples, with an array of ship mail handstamps, postmarks, and rate markings, a wonderful and select collection of mostly very fine covers.

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Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
156 c   WWII Army Post Offices in Canada cover group, an interesting group of a dozen items sent from APOs in Canada, including one from the 908th Automotive Maintenance Co at APO 724 (Dawson Creek, Yukon), three from various units at APO 702 (Whitehorse, Yukon), and eight from APO 997 (Prince Rupert, British Columbia), including one on an attractive patriotic cover, an uncommon group, particularly in such top quality, very fine.

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Est. $200-300

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
157 c   Exceptional and comprehensive postal card collection, mounted in five albums and extensively annotated, including mint and used examples, the first volume beginning with the 1873 Liberty Issues, progressing through to the 1921 revalued Washington cards, with a dizzying number of varieties, from minor examples to scarcer cards, noting #UX7 "One Cent" re-entry, UX11 "Picture Hanger" variety, UX27C Die I and UX27D Die II with inverted cancel, several dozen varieties of UX32 and UX33, the next three volumes continuing from 1920 through 1986, with an additional volume of airmail cards, impressive degree of completion with hundreds of specialized items unlisted in Scott but noted in the UPSS catalogue, superior quality and exceptional in its comprehensiveness, ideal for the specialist to continue this lifetime's work.

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Est. $4,000-5,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
158 c   Airmail postal stationery comprehensive collection, in two binders, with detailed annotations, with the exception of the first 1929 issues most are covers and letter sheets, beginning with various border types of UC1, including a scarce cover with border omitted, a fulsome study of dies and types follows, including more difficult items and varieties such as UC1a, UC2 Die 2 with border type D, and unusual air letters including UC16r with die cut reversed, UC16w without front overlay, UC16x with no overlay, UC16y with color and inscription omitted, the scarce UC23 6 on 4c Washington & Franklin, UC32b and UC32c Jetliner air letters showing the red and blue omitted respectively, UC38x John F. Kennedy air letter with red omitted, later examples with various die cutting varieties, a wonderful collection with many key items, significant Scott retail value, visually appealing and very fine.

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Est. $4,000-5,000

CLOSED
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159 c   Civil War Union patriotic covers, group of forty six unused examples, all appear different, including Magnus designs, various Liberty and Flag illustrations, about a dozen are in color, a few with scattered toning spots, overall clean and very fine.

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Est. $300-400

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
160 og/O   Valuable intact postal stationery lifetime collection, in two large volumes, carefully annotated and impressive in its comprehensiveness, almost entirely cut squares, filled with scarce and challenging material with many key rarities included, beginning with 1853-55 Washington issues, noting U8 and U11 used, 1860-1 issues including the scarce U25 used, 1861 Nesbitts including mint U36 from letter sheet, U42-U45 mint, 1863-5 including the extremely difficult U48 Die 2, with P.F. certificate, U66, U68 , U89, U90, U95, U98 and U98a mint, 1874-86 issues including U108, U109, and the very scarce U124 mint, U154. U176, U195, U195, U200, U212 mint, 1876-86 Plimpton including U226 mint, 1883-6 including U244-6 mint, U247 and the scarce U248 used, U249 mint, the rare U272 used, U276 used, 1887-94 issues including used examples of U308 and U310, U323 mint, 1893 Columbus & Liberty including U350a slate brown error mint, 1899 issues with the scarce mint U373 Lincoln, 1907-16 with U407a-408a mint, 1915-32 with mint U421a, U437g, U437h and U439g, 1920-21 Surcharges including mint U545, U456 and U457, mint U462-U465, U466Ae, U477a, U478 and U479, 1925 Surcharges with mint U486-9, U492a, mint U502-506, U586a with missing overprints, carrying on to the Hologram designs of 1991, many important mint officials also included, almost complete for basic Scott numbers, noting the rare UO8 and UO13, UO19 (small spot on indicia), UO22, UO39, UO60, UO66. and UO69, huge Scott retail value, a superb top-quality collection with many significant items, representing a lifetime of dedicated effort..

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Est. $15,000-20,000

SOLD for $23,000.00
Will close during Public Auction

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