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UNITED STATES & POSSESSIONS continued...

Stamp Collections & Balances continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
221 og/O   United States 1851-1932 mint & used collection, on Harris pages, many useful items noting 1857 1c Blue mint, 24c Gray used, 1861 Issues 5c-24c used, 1875 5c Blue unused, 1893 Columbians 8c, 10c, 15c and 50c mint, 1898 Trans-Mississippi with 50c and $1 used, 1901 Pan-American Exposition complete mint, 1922-5 $5 n.h. plate number single, 1926 White Plains souvenir sheet n.h., 1918 6c-24c Air Post mint, 1930 65c Graf Zeppelin used, run of Special Delivery issues, etc, some small faults but a useful and predominantly fine collection, and a good basis for expansion. Est. $750-1,000


Will close during Public Auction
222 og   United States 1893/1923 small mint collection on Scott pages, with 1893 Columbian Exposition including $1, $2, and $5, 1898 Trans-Mississippi missing only the 50c, 1901 Pan-American Exposition complete, 1912-13 Parcel Post issues, 1918 and 1923 Air Post complete mint, some small faults, the dollar values often without gum or with adhesions, a high-cataloguing group with many fine appearing stamps. Est. $750-1,000

Currently...$450.00
Will close during Public Auction
223 nh   United States 1940s-1970s mint sheet collection, in several albums filling a carton, many hundreds of sheets, largely 3c through 6c denominations, though notice up to 10c, many sheets complemented by plate blocks and other multiples, comprehensive coverage of this era, attractive and very fine. Est. $300-400


Will close during Public Auction
224 nh/og/O   United States mostly twentieth century group of coils, booklets, and stationery, with better stationery including UX3 (2), UX12, UX32, eighteen booklets, most complete, a few with missing panes or exploded, with better including two BK70, 1912/18 Washington, 1923 1c Franklin, 1c Prexie, 73c combination booklet (creases to cover), 1949/58 Airmail, some duplication, as well as a Presidential series accumulation of partial coil rolls, with 1c, 1&1/2c, and 6c, as well as a few later coils, an interesting group, chiefly fine-very fine. Est. $500-750


Will close during Public Auction
225 og/nh/c   United States stamp and postal history balance, with mint duplicates, many hundreds filling a stockbook, fom 1851 issues through the Bank Note issues, low-denomination Columbians, Washington-Franklins, Trans-Mississippi to the 10c, Pan-American issues through to the 1930s, some back of the book noting Special Delivery, Parcel Post, Postage Dues, etc, with an interesting accumulation of postal history, many dozens, stampless through to 1940s, noting 5c Garfield covers to France, fancy cancels, special delivery, military mail, postal stationery, Lindbergh airmails, interesting Hawaii with two 5c 1866 King Kamehameha covers, 5c black brown Thurston Official on "Remember the Maine" patriotic cover (faulty), two 1894 Elite Ice Cream Honolulu advertising covers, an accumulation of unused stationery, etc, wildly varied condition, from faulty to fine, meriting close inspection. Est. $400-500

Currently...$240.00
Will close during Public Auction
Revenue Stamp Collections
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
226 og/O   United States revenue hoard, thousands of stamps filling a stockbook, beginning with 1862-71 First Issue, perforated and imperforate, noting dozens of 10c blue and 15c brown, 25c red, 50c blue, $1 red with Conveyance, Entry of Goods, Foreign Exchange, etc. through to the $10 green with Conveyance, Probate of Will, etc, then 1871 Washington issues to the $10, 1871-2 Third Issue to the $3, pages of Proprietary Die from the 1c Washington to 5c Battleship, and Playing Card stamps, followed by pages of Cordials and Wine stamps, noting several examples of Cigarette and Tobacco stamps, State revenues, Telegraph stamps, and more, condition varies significantly, from faulty to fine, many nice examples, a large accumulation with significant catalogue value that would benefit from detailed examination. Est. $500-750

Currently...$350.00
Will close during Public Auction
Postal History Collections & Balances
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
227 c   North Dakota postal history collection, filling a small carton, likely approaching 1,000 covers and postcards, the vast majority appearing to be from the first few decades of the twentieth century, with myriad town cancels including many DPOs, typical mixed condition but with mostly clear readable strikes, a wonderful opportunity for the North Dakota enthusiast. Est. $300-400

Currently...$210.00
Will close during Public Auction
228 c   Oregon postal history accumulation, likely approaching a thousand items, the majority being early twentieth century to WWII, a pleasing mix of cancellations as well as a large number of DPOs, note advertising and corner cards, interesting postcards, stationery, etc, mixed condition with many superior strikes, an ideal lot for the Oregon collector. Est. $400-500

Currently...$270.00
Will close during Public Auction
229 c   Tennessee postal history collection, an exceptional holding of thousands of covers, in ten large cartons,stampless through modern, carefully arranged by town on pages, from Adamsville to Zion Hill, the vast majority of the value being from the nineteenth century to 1910s, a diverse range of postal history represented, including a plethora of cancels from manuscript to c.d.s. to RFD and flag cancels, many analyzed in detail noting misspellings, machine cancel varieties, etc, strong as expected in Nashville, Knoxville, and Memphis, though many smaller towns have dozens of covers included, many examples with original enclosures, ideal thus for further historical or genealogical research, condition varies as expected, a must-see for the collector of this popular state. Est. $4,000-5,000

Currently...$2,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
230 c   United States predominantly nineteenth century postal history group, with eighteen items, note several stampless covers from Maine, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, steamship cancellation, fancy cancels, 10c Davis Confederate cover to Paineville, Virginia , 3c Bank Note strip of six franking, 1891 5c stationery to Denmark, attractive 1c-5c Pan-American franking on 1902 postage due cover, Wells Fargo & Co money order receipt, etc, some small faults, an eclectic group. Est. $100-200


Will close during Public Auction
231   United States postal history hoard, filling two large cartons, the first with albums and small boxes, a wide range of material noting a few albums with hundreds of early nineteenth/early twentieth century covers and stationery to European destinations, mostly Switzerland, hundreds of mostly mid-20th century First Day Covers with colorful and attractive cachets, a study of airmail stationery on pages, the second box filled with hundreds upon hundreds of covers of all description, unsorted, noting precancels, airmails, meters, hand-painted, and much more, condition ranges from faulty to very fine, an ideal lot for the treasure-hunter. Est. $500-750


Will close during Public Auction
232 c   United States WWII Army Post Offices in Canada cover group, an interesting selection 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), note one on an attractive patriotic cover, an uncommon group, particularly in such top quality, very fine. Est. $150-200


Will close during Public Auction
233 c   United States World War II military postal history collection, with a couple hundred covers and postcards, noting a few dozen patriotics with cachets of American Art Service, Miller, Jarrett, Staehle, and more, dozens of postcards depicting military scenes and camps, many being usages from soldiers, a couple dozen covers with naval cancels, and APO usages from Alaska, Hawaii, Great Britain, Australia, India, Algeria, Austria, Belgium, Germany, Greece, Italy, and Morocco, with many more unsorted, mixed condition typical of military mail, useful group for the specialist. Est. $200-300


Will close during Public Auction
234 c   United States World War II military postcard collection, a few hundred postcards, a wide range of military scenes, noting regiments, humorous, soldiers overseas, Red Cross, and many different camps in the United States, including Fort Slocum, Camp Douglas, Camp Sevier, Camp Wadsworth, Camp McClellan, and Camp Devens, many dozens of real photo cards including bomb damage scenes, nursing and medical, and much more, some edge wear and corner creases to be expected, many excellent cards, an ideal group for the military collector. Est. $300-400

Currently...$210.00
Will close during Public Auction
235   United States & Possessions postal stationery lot, with several hundred items, unused, with better examples noted throughout including several 1860s – 1880s embossed covers, 1873 #UX1 and #UX3, #U92 Die I, Columbians with U348-51 unused (two sets), UX41a, Canal Zone with early including 2c and 3c on 2c surcharge covers, varieties and errors including printed inside, albino impressions, and misplaced surcharges, noteworthy value here to be uncovered through careful inspection, many higher cataloguing items, a few with small faults but generally good quality throughout, ideal for the stationery specialist. Est. $750-1,000


Will close during Public Auction

Worldwide Stamps & Postal History

Andorra
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
236 og 1-22 image1931, 1/2c - 20fr Overprints, hinge remnants, fresh color, an attractive set, chiefly fine-very fine. (Sc. 1-22, $1,316) (Image) (image_2) (image_3) (image_4) Est. $300-400


Will close during Public Auction
Australia
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
237 og 44 image1915 5/- Yellow and grey Kangaroo, hinged, impressive bright color and detailed impression, a difficult stamp, fine-very fine. (Sc. 44, $850; S.G. #30, £1,000) (Image) Est. $300-400


Will close during Public Auction
238 nh 100 image1929 5/- Yellow and grey Kangaroo, pristine never hinged original gum, beautiful bright color, choice centering, a superb stamp, very fine. (Sc. 100, $1,000; S.G. 111) (Image) Est. $300-400


Will close during Public Auction
Austria
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
239 nh B100-105 image1932 12g slate to 1s claret, never hinged, right-margin examples, beautiful color and detailed impressions, very fine. (Sc. B100-105, $260) (Image) Est. $75-100


Will close during Public Auction
240 og B110/110a image1933 50g Deep ultramarine, ordinary & granite paper, both fresh, hinged, deep color, very fine. (Sc. B110/110a, $475) (Image) Est. $100-150


Will close during Public Auction

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