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Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
541 og/O   French Africa mint & used country collections, in several well-organized folders, many desirable singles and sets, noting Senegal collection with powerful 1887 surcharged issues, #3 and 15 used with P.F. certificates, 1892 issues complete mint, J1-21, Battleship “Richelieu” Air Post overprints, Nossi-Be strong in 1890/93 issues used, including #17 & #18 signed Bloch, #19 signed Diena, #20 signed Kohler, postage dues with #J1 used on piece, single signed Bloch, #J5 with APEX certificate, Somali Coast mint with good early twentieth century coverage, including inverted centers and color proofs, Diego Suarez with #1-17 used, mint & used Navigation & Commerce sets, valuable Gabon, particularly used 1886 issues, including #7 signed Bloch, #10 used with APEX certificate, 1904-18 issues appear complete and mostly mint, French Guinea #1-17 mint,1904-7 complete mint, Benin noting #1, 2, 3, 4, 8, and 9 mint, good coverage of French Offices in Zanzibar in mint and used, Ivory Coast with useful Parcel Post, and much more, some small faults but many fine and desirable and scarce examples; an ideal nucleus for a new endeavor into this area, or to fill many of the challenging gaps in an existing collection. Est. $4,000-5,000


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542 og/O   French Colonies & Offices Abroad two-volume mint & used collection, from French Colonies issues through French Polynesia, mint and used, most of the value being in the well-filled areas of the twentieth century, many territories with a high degree of completion, particularly in the 1900s through 1940s, noting useful Alaouites, Cameroon, Fezzan, Guyana, Ivory Coast, Madagascar, Martinique, Mauritania,Oubangi-Chari, and more, a colorful and attractive collection, chiefly fine-very fine. Est. $1,000-1,500


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543 og/O   French Colonies & Offices Abroad mint & used collections, filling a large carton, most in Scott Specialty albums, note strength in 1920s-40s issues, good representation of Alaouites, Anjouan, Cameroon, Cilicia, Dahomey, Offices in China, French Morocco and Equatorial, much predominantly mint, two stockbooks of duplicated Navigation & Commerce issues, two well-filled French albums, mostly mint, strongest in 1920s-30s, from a wide range of colonies, also post-World War II Germany French Zone, noteworthy value here, with much fresh and fine-very fine material. Est. $1,500-2,000


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544 og/O   French Colonies & Offices Abroad mint & used mostly nineteenth century collection, much neatly-arranged on black pages, Navigation & Commerce issues of Anjouan, Benin, Diego Suarez, French Congo, Madagascar, Ivory Coast, Martinique, etc, as well as St Pierre & Miquelon overprints on issues of France, worthwhile assembly of Obock, some Offices in China including Hoi Hao, some small faults, but good value and well-warranting a close look by the enthusiast of early colonial issues, chiefly fine. Est. $750-1,000


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545 og/O   French Colonies & Offices Abroad two-volume mostly mint collection, beautifully-mounted on quadrille pages, with Alaouites 1-15, C1-4, J1-5, Anjouan 1-19, 20-30, Cameroon with exceptional run of overprinted 1915/24 issues, several of the Corps Expeditionnaire and Occupation Francaise overprints with expert markings (including several Brun), French Congo #6 used (signed Brun), #9 used, 14-17 used (all signed), Somali Coast #1, 1902 issues with inverted centers, trial color proofs, Dahomey #1-17, Lebanon near-complete 1924-43, comprehensive Grand Comoro, French Guyana, Obock 12/20 (missing only the 75c value), #30, etc, a few covers and postal cards add further interest, a uniformly fresh and attractive collection, formed by a collector seeking quality examples, chiefly fine-very fine, a collection that must be seen to be appreciated. Est. $3,000-4,000


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546 og/O   French Colonies & Offices Abroad valuable group of mint and used collections, including stock pages of Benin through Tahiti nineteenth century used, useful Offices in China and Turkey, a few signed examples including Cavelle #J1, Guadeloupe #12 (signed Brun), Obock on old-time French album pages, mostly mint, with #33-44, good run of mint/used 1894 issues to the 1fr, several folders of Benin with useful used 1892 issues including #1-5 used, #3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 13 mint, #20-32 and #33-45 mint, J1-4 used, Dahomey with #1-16, 17-31, Cameroon with #101-5, 106-15 mint and useful World War II-era semi-postals, French Congo with #3, 5, 7a, 8, 8b, 10, 11, etc, Algeria 1924-58 on Scott pages with mint #1-32, 33-67, B1-13, C4A, St. Pierre & Miquelon with #1-3, 19-35 (missing 32), 36-45, 79-109, Tahiti with #8-11 mint, and much more, some sets a mix of mint and used, varied condition with some small faults, many fine-very fine examples, with catalogue value well into five-figures, a powerful group of valuable collections. Est. $5,000-7,500


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547 og/O   French Colonies & Offices Abroad, mint and used collection, on manila pages, significant catalogue value, particularly strong in Offices in China as well as Canton and Mongtseu,noting also Alexandria, Port Said, and Cavalle, some denominations with significant duplication, but potential for interesting cancellations to be found, a useful and mostly fine accumulation for the dealer or dedicated collector. Est. $1,000-1,500


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548 O   French Colonies & Offices used selection with APEX certificates, a useful group of eight scarcer examples, most with small faults, consisting of French Offices in China J27a tied to piece (scissor cut along one side), Benin 18 used on piece (crease), Diego Suarez J12, scarce Gabon 9 used with lovely appearance (small thin), Madagascar 27 with neat c.d.s (corner crease), Nossi-Be J6, Senegal 8 (nibbed perfs), and Tahiti 17 (pulled perf), a scarce and high-cataloguing lot that would fill many gaps in even advanced collections, typically fine appearance Est. $750-1,000


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549 og/O   French Colonies & Worldwide mint and used dealer stock, in four “red boxes” of 102 cards, organized by territory, three boxes with various French colonial items, noting examples from Alaouites through Wallis & Futuna, the fourth box an unusual mix of “odds and ends”, good variety, mixed condition, but much fine material, and a useful addition to a dealer stock or collection. Est. $200-300


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550 og   French Colonies balance of better mint singles & sets, an extensive grouping of approximately 65 items, purchased individually at auction and remaining on their original lot cards, with many interesting items noting French Morocco #24, Ivory Coast #1-17, several scarce parcel post including #Q22, Q24-5, Q30-31, Q32-6, Tahiti #J9, Benin #16-17, St. Pierre & Miquelon #10, Nossi-Be #8, #10, #16, J12-15, Pack Hoi #1-16, Hoi Hao #16-31, Madagascar #68, French Congo #3, French Guiana #10-11, Martinique 1a, Obock #9, J16-18, and much more, significant catalogue value, a few with thins or other small faults, careful inspection of some surcharges essential, but note several examples with expert markings or pencil signatures, an excellent group of difficult items, chiefly fine. Est. $4,000-5,000


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551 og   French Colonies balance of better used singles & sets, a strong group of approximately fifty items, all purchased individually at auction and remaining on their original lot cards, with many difficult items noting French Officer in Zanzibar #39-49, French Morocco #10, Ivory Coast #Q18a, Q22, Q24-5, Tahiti #J6, J13, J17, Benin #11b, Nossi-Be #J4, French Offices in China #47A, Senegal #15, #30-31, #J1-3, Diego Suarez group of better postage dues, Madagascar #8-13, strong Gabon with #8, #14, New Caledonia #182-207, Obock #19, and much more, close inspection of some postmarks and surcharges essential, but note many with expert markings, the odd fault but a chiefly fine and useful group of scarcer examples. Est. $3,000-4,000


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552 og/O   French Colonies collections in five Scott speciality albums, mint and used, a wide range of territories, note album of Cameroon through Wallis & Futuna, well-filled particularly from 1920s through 1940s, though good selection of 1880s issues as well, particularly for St. Pierre & Miquelon, another of French Polynesia through New Caledonia, including some post-independence issues, very few gaps, good Alaouites, Indo-China, and some French Zone post-WWII issues of Germany, one sparsely-filled of mostly French Offices including China and Morocco, another Madagascar to St. Pierre & Miquelon, with good Martinique, and including some Monaco, a diverse and useful group of collections, mostly fine-very fine. Est. $1,500-2,000


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553 og   French Colonies Fournier forgeries reference collection of approximately 500 stamps of the Peace & Commerce design, with representation from Moheli, Nossi-Be, Obock, Ste. Marie de Madagascar, Senegal, French Congo, Ivory Coast, Dahomey, Diego Suarez, French Congo, Gabon, Guyana, French Guinee, French India, Grand Comoro, Indo-China with Canton overprints, Mayotte including surcharges, Martinique, Guadeloupe including surcharges, Indo-China with overprints from Tchongking and Hoi Hao, and others, a useful study lot, fine-very fine. Est. $150-200


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554 og/O   French Colonies group of better mint and used country collections, including French Congo & French Middle Congo, good representation of the early colonial period, with better including #2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 7A, 8, 10a, 14-17, 18-34 (less 32), J12, J122, J23-33, Madagascar 1899-1957 on Scott pages including 48-50, 51-5, 58-60, 61, 125-9, Diego Suarez including 1892 Peace & Commerce, French Guiana with useful nineteenth century, the occasional fault but a solid group of valuable collections, chiefly fine. Est. $1,000-1,500


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555 og/O   French Colonies in the Americas mint & used country collections, with St. Pierre & Miquelon on Scott pages, good nineteenth century with #1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 10, and several 1891 overprints, mint hinged and chiefly complete from 1932-1994 save for the scarcer France Libre overprints, French Guiana with excellent coverage from 1886 to 1928, near complete save for a handful of 1880s/90s issues, and Guadeloupe mostly mint except for the earliest issues, note #1, 2, 3-5, 12, 13, 27-44, near-complete then for the regular issues until the 1940s, a few small faults, but much is fine-very fine, a useful group of collections with many nice examples. Est. $1,000-1,500


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556 og   French Colonies mint & used collection in Scott album, covering a range of territories, note particular value in French Offices in China, with Canton, Hoi Hao, Kwangchowan, Mongtseu, and Tchong King, Syria, Lebanon, useful Latakia, French Indo-China, New Caledonia, and French Guiana, typically fine quality throughout, and a good basis for expansion. Est. $1,000-1,500


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557 og/O   French Colonies mint & used collections, with three Scott albums and many dozens mounted on pages, comprehensive, well-filled collections, a diverse range of Colonies and Offices noting French Offices in China and Turkey, Indo-China, Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Inini, Lebanon, Martinique, Ivory Coast, Sudan, particular strength in French Africa, note additional interesting items including deluxe proofs, souvenir sheets, postcards, and covers, a few faults but much is fine-very fine, an excellent assortment and basis for expansion. Est. $1,000-1,500


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558 og/O   French Colonies mint selection with certificates, most being APEX but also includes Philatelic Foundation and Friedl certificates, a useful group but many with a small fault, with rare Diego Suarez J13 (horizontal crease), French Guiana 2 (no gum and small surface scuff), Nossi-Be J15a (horizontal bend), Senegal 15 (without gum), 19 (pulled perf), 20 (small thin and rounded corner), and 32, St. Pierre & Miquelon 58 (without gum), Tahiti J9 (thin and small stain), and J10 (corner flaw), typically fine appearance, an affordable opportunity to acquire many scarce items. Est. $750-1,000


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559 og/O   French Colonies mostly post-independence collections, filling a large carton, with several albums and large stockbooks, a wide range of colonies represented, note French Polynesia mint 1958-87 largely complete in hingeless album, stockbooks replete with mostly mint issues from Togo, Mauritania, Tunisia, Wallis & Futuna, Guinea, Algeria, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Dahomey, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Somali Coast, St. Pierre & Miquelon, Niger, Morocco, and more, some colonial issues present, an excellent lot for the topical collector, extensive coverage of this era, the post-WWII examples largely fresh and never hinged, attractive and chiefly fine. Est. $1,500-2,000


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560 og/O   French Offices Abroad mint & used collection, on well-filled Scott pages, a useful range of nineteenth and early twentieth century issues, note better general Colonies issues, Alexandretta, Alaouites, Offices in China with Canton, Kwangchowan, Pak Hoi, Yunnan Fou, etc, Offices in Turkey with Port Lagos and Dedeagh, Zanzibar, as well as a selection of Andorra with 1931 2fr-20fr overprints, the odd small fault as well as some suspect overprints, an overall strong and fine collection. Est. $750-1,000


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