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LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
121 C10//FA1 imageU.S., Airmail, Massive Wholesale Accumulation, 1927-1979 (Scott C10//FA1), each sorted into large envelope containing 1,000-2,000 stamps, with several better premium items, with C10 (1000), C25 (2800), C26 (1000), C32 (2400), C33 (2000), C34 (1000), C39 (4500), C40 (6000), C42 (1000), C43 (2000), C44 (1000), C45 (3000), C47 (5200), C49 (3000), C50 (2000), C51 (2000), C53 (2000), C54 (3000), C55 (2000), C56 (2000), C57 (1000), C58 (2000), C59 (1600), C60 (2000), C62 (1000), C63 (3200), C64 (1000), C66 (1000), C68 (2000), C69 (3000), C70 (1000), C72B (400), C74 (2000), C76 (3000), C77 (1000), C78 (1000), C81 (2000), C84 (2000), C85 (2000), C86 (1000), C90 (2000), C93-94 (1000), C97 (1000), E15 (1000), E16 (1000) and FA1 (4000). Face Value $9,960, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 48.6 lbs. (Image)
Scott $45,000 ++
Suggested Bid $5,000-7,500

SOLD for $4,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
122 / B1//R733 imageU.S., Back-of-the-Book Face Accumulation, 1931-2011 (Scott B1//R733), in five mint sheet file folders and several file folders filed with quantities of stamps, sorted by Scott number, containing the following mint sheets (unless noted otherwise), even though many of these are not valid for U.S. postage, these sheets are always of use to collectors: B1 (10 sheets), B2 (12 sheets), B3 (31 sheets), B4 (2 sheets), E15 (15 singles, 5 sheets), E16 (4 sheets), E17 (4 singles, 2 sheets), E18 (1 sheet), E19 (2 sheets), E20 (11 sheets), E21 (6 sheets), E22 (20 singles, 9 sheets), E23 (4 sheets), FA1 (20 singles, 18 sheets), J79 (650 stamps), J80 (400 stamps), J81 (100 stamps), J82 (100 stamps), J83 (200 stamps), J84 (100 stamps), J88 (3476 stamps), J89 (5098 stamps), J90 (2620 stamps), J91 (819 stamps), J92 (1360 stamps), J93 (2800 stamps), J94 (1082 stamps), J95 (796 stamps), J96 (811 stamps), J97 (2087 stamps), J98 (620 stamps), J99 (619 stamps), J100 (1190 stamps), J101 (250 stamps), J102 (691 stamps), J103 (792 stamps), J104 (698 stamps), O127 (2970 stamps), O128 (1750 stamps), O129 (1550 stamps), O129a (800 stamps), O130 (1844 stamps), O132 (60 stamps), O138 (2100 stamps), O138b (420 stamps), O143 (1420 stamps), O146 (700 stamps), O146A (820 stamps), O147 (520 stamps), O148 (700 stamps), O151 (20 stamps), O155 (120 stamps), O161 (20 stamps), O163 (1920 stamps) and R733 (5 sheets). Total face value is $6,900+, o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 13.8 lbs. (Image) Suggested Bid $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $2,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
123 / 909-921 imageU.S., 1943-1944, Overrun Countries, Massive Accumulation (Scott 909-921), in several mint sheet files, filled with mint sheets along with some loose scrap (not counted), a count of sheets reveals the following quantities: 909 (74), 910 (87), 911 (90), 912 (92), 913 (70), 914 (75), 915 (62), 916 (49), 917 (47), 918 (50), 919 (50), 920 (41), 921 (60) and 921 with Korpa error (64), there is a small group of stamps marked reverse printing and there is a 915a complete sheet with APS certificate, mostly sound with only occasional brown gum or perf separations, face value is $2,275+, o.g., mostly never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 17.2 lbs. (Image)
Scott $14,400+
Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $2,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
124 909//921 imageU.S., 1943-1944, Overrun Countries, Massive Wholesale Accumulation (Scott 909//921), each sorted into large envelope containing 1,000-2,000 stamps, with 909 (1000), 910 (5000), 911 (1000), 912 (3000), 913 (3000), 914 (3000), 915 (2000), 919 (1000) and 921 (2000). Face Value $1,050, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.2 lbs. (Image)
Scott $5,300
Suggested Bid $750-1,000

SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
Postal Stationery
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
125   imageU.S., Stamped Envelopes and Wrappers, 1860-1983, Vast dealers stock consisting of thousands of mint entires in four long trays; very clean material with excellent coverage and mild to moderate duplication; examples include; U19, U39 (4), U61 (2), U63, U65, U73, U218, U219, U351 (14 #6 and 13 #10), U426, U508 (2), U509b (4), used U525a, U544, U544c (5), UC4 (3), UC9 (67), UC16c (10), UC21 (13), UC29 (10). Includes Philippine U30, U35, U41 and U42. Inventory is from a consumate dealer known for superior quality material, Scott value $26,700+, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 34.4 lbs. (Image) Suggested Bid $3,000-4,000
SOLD for $2,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
126   imageU.S., Postal Stationery, Columbian Issue Collection, 1893-1933, over 280 Columbian issue stamped envelopes on pages; some better includes #U351 uprated with #237 to Germany, #U349 uprated with #728 & 729 with Columbian ticket, #U349 with early corner ad for cachet maker, #U349 with 1896 stamp dealer corner ad, 1896 #U349 on illustrated ad cover for nuts, #U349 with #E3, #U349 with Wells Fargo Paid cachet, 1894 #U349 with #232 for Registry fee, 1894 #U349 with San Francisoc RPO, 1893 #U349 illustrated ad cover with elk, 1893 #U349 corner ad for Match & Medicine dealer; the perfect lot for the postal history dealer, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 13 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction
127   imageU.S., Postal Stationery, Select Entires, 1853-1989, 300+ choice pieces of postal stationery; all are cataloged, most priced, and in protective sleeves; quality is exhibition grade; expect light duplication and almost excusively mint; U9 (with inverted watermark) UPSS numbers 14, 15 & 17, U10, U19, U27, U34, U35, U41, W47, U50, U52, W53, U54, U56, U58, U65, U74, U76, U78, U79, U80, W81, U83, U85, U86, U87, U88, U113, U114, U115, U118, U129, W131, U142, U151, U152, U163, U164, U172, U177, U178, U223, U181, U189, U191, U192, U193, U194, U194a, U227, U229, U230, U231, U233, U234, U235, U238, U239, U250, U251, U253, U257, U258, U259, U260, U262, U265, U268, U279, U282, U284, U288, U291, U295, U304, U305, and so forth; concentrated value here, UPSS catalog value $6474.40, Fine to Very Fine, ex Petersam. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.2 lbs. (Image) (Image2)

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Suggested Bid $750-1,000
SOLD for $1,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
128   imageU.S., Postal Stationery, Plimpton War Dept. Official Entires, 1875, UO53 (250+), UO54 (approximately 1,700), UO55 (100++), each with preprinted address to Chief Signal Officer, U.S. Army, Washington, D.C., envelopes were stored in a slightly humid environment, so backflaps are slightly stuck to back, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 11.8 lbs. (Image)
Scott approximately $10,150
Suggested Bid $750-1,000

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
129   imageU.S., Postal Stationery and Postal Card Accumulation, 1853-1995, of well over 1,000 entires (one box of stationary, two boxes of postal cards) with a couple early Nesbitts and 2c Jackson wrapper, U293 (4 letter sheet entires), 1893 Columbian entires set, used Pacific Union Express Co., 3 Wells Fargo and Co. over California routes, 16 stationary EFOs with six albinos, UX24 (approximately 50 unused), UX24 (4 unused) and UY1 (2 unused preprinted), generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 34.8 lbs. (Image) Suggested Bid $500-750
SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
130 /o   imageU.S., Prolific Postal Stationery, Cut Squares and Entires Collection, 1853-1886, on vintage Scott National pages from classic springback series of albums, which still used the old Scott numbering system, filled with many great cut squares, full corners and full entires, with several better pieces, including some interesting Wells Fargo or overland route frankings, some interesting early Nesbitt issues and several lovely official entires, with used: U6, U16, U71, U72 and mint: U13 entire, U16 entire, U18 Wells Fargo Calfironia and Atlantic Express entire, U28, U29 entire, U30 large legal size entire, U31 large legal size entire, U43 entire, U45 entire, U66, U70, U74a, U93, U196 entire, U199 entire, U204, U205 entire, U211, U211 entire, U212 entire, U336 entire, U338-41, U462, several albino regular and surcharged entires, U476, U477-78, UO24 Specimen Entire, UO40, UO58 entire, UO59 entire and UO65 entire, most appear sound and fresh with several great pieces that are often neglected from many U.S. specialized collections, so don't miss your chance to instantly upgrade what is often the weakest part of most specialist collections, the catalog value doesn't begin to capture the full value of these with usages and full corners galore, begin this intriguing area with a solid start or break it up and reap the rewards, either way you're a winner! generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.4 lbs.
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Scott $20,000+ (Owner's)
Suggested Bid $5,000-7,500

SOLD for $5,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
131 /o   imageU.S., Postal Stationery, Cut Squares, 1853-1950's, a little over 750 cut squares, on dealer tear pages, glassines and album pages, with a good diversity of papers and dies, roughly sorted by issue and many identified (although occasionally misidentified), with good amount of early 1850's 3c and 10c Nesbitts, several 1c to 3c 1860 small indicia, U36 and U39 unused, a half dozen 2c Jackson's, U62 unused, U73 unused, early Plimpton issues, with U198 full corner, U218, 1887 Plimpton three different papers of 90c purple, a great accumulation for someone willing to put the time in to sort the dies and papers to fill in this part of your collection, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.2 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $500-750
SOLD for $700.00
Will close during Public Auction
132   imageU.S., Postal Card and Postal Reply Card Accumulation, 1873-1950's, between 100-200 cards, mostly earlier issues, mostly unused, with only a few preprinted, on a small group of Scott album pages, with the larger quantity (approximately 125 cards) in little envelopes or protective pouches, many better cards, with the following noted cards: UX1 preprinted, UX5 (4), UX6 (11), UX7 (2), UX8 (2 different shades), UX11 (9), UX13 (3), UX15, UX21, UX32, UY1 (5), UY4, UY5, UY6, UY8, Hawaii UX3 and UX9 postmarked, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.2 lbs.
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Scott $8,000+ (Owner's)
Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
Postal History Collections
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
133   imageU.S., 3¢ Issue, 1851-55, approximately (400) 3¢ 1851-55 issues on cover or folded letter, with good selection of 11/11A along with occasional early 10/10A issues, several Cameo's and embossed corner cards, a few express mail, some nice paids, and potential to find other interesting postal markings, a great lot for the early 3c 1851-55 specialist or for the historic voyeer who enjoys reading early mail from over 150 years ago, unchecked for better platings, shades and cancels, intact! generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.6 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $2,500-3,500
SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
134   imageU.S., 3¢ Types I & II Postal History Collection, 1851-1856, Considerable collection of 240+ covers from a 3c 1851-56 student; many have been plated or indicate plating varieties including recutting, double transfers, etc; most are imperforate; postal history includes various towns, cancels including color, a few fancies, paids, railroad post offices, express mail, advertising, forwarding, auxiliary markings including missent; condition is mixed as you would expect; of equal use to the dealer or advanced collector, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.8 lbs. (Image) Suggested Bid $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
135   imageU.S., Advertising & Illustrated Covers, Incredible Old-Time Dealer's Stock, grand stock of approximately 500 covers, each in its own sleeve and priced long ago; timeframe is roughly late 19th and early 20th century, with subjects including bicycles, cars/carriages/wagons, stoves, hotels, various manufacturing concerns, shoes, tires, furniture, publishers, schools/colleges, petroleum…pretty much the full gamut is here; the occasional usage wear, but generally crisp and sound, Fine to Very Fine or better, dealer's delight. Shipping charges apply - weight 14 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7) (Image8)

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Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $2,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
136   imageU.S., Baseball combo cover/cards, 1980-1995, nearly 100 different and quite unusual 8" x 10" envelopes with cardboard insert; produced in very limited quantity by Americana; the printed all over covers have cutouts where the collector can see a deformed souvenir penny, and up to three mint baseball cards, often the envelopes are autographed (probably about 40) by the players; collector paid $2500 on this collection; all are in mint condition; includes a 1991 Legends Sports magazine with proof baseball cards (9) and postcards (3), Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 15.6 lbs. (Image) (Image2)

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Suggested Bid $750-1,000
SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
137   imageU.S., Civil War 170+ Patriotic Covers, 1861-1865, beautiful collection of unused Patriotic entires with many beautiful multicolor, with Generals, Flags, Shields, Caricatures, etc. with 85+ beautiful multicolor and monocolor cachets, 33 Magee "Arms of ___________" with various state seal of states of the Union, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.8 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $750-1,000
SOLD for $3,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
138   imageU.S., Civil War Postal History Collection, 1861-1865, 17 covers addressed to Union officers: Captains, Colonels and Generals, 65s on covers with letters discussing Civil War, 8 used Patriotics, 65 on U.S. Sanitary Commission cover, stampless Soldier's Letter from 1st Indiana Heavy Artillery from New Orleans, LA., back home to Indiana, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.2 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $600-800
SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
139   imageU.S., Classic Postal History Collection, 1845-1890, over 100 covers, with good selection of 19th century covers, starting with earlier stampless, continuing into stamp period with early #1 and postmaster provisional, along to early high values of 1851 issue, proceeding to perforated issue, continuing on to 1860's issues, grills, 1869 Pictorials, good selection of banknotes, Territorials and Possessions, with notable items that include 9 stampless covers, with Washington Railroad stampless, 1778 cover from George Clinton, 1855 Post Office Department draft signed by Postmaster General, 9X1, 1, 7, 9, 9 on large oversize cover, 10A (2), 14, 22, 24 (4 singles and 2 strips of three), 24/26 (2), 25, 29 strip of three, 26 Civil War Patriotic, 32, 33, 35, 71 single and pair cover to Paris, 63 (2 singles and strip of three), 63/65 (3 covers), 65 (two covers with Old Point Comfort, POW prisoner mail exchange point), 65 pair on cover to Canada West, 68 (3), 69, 68/76 cover to Paris, 70 cover to Bordeaux, 73, 73 pair on early advertising corner card cover, 65/77 to courthouse in Raymond, Mississippi, 78 on cover to Scotland, 92, 98, 112/113, 113, 114 (2 covers), 115, 116, 148, 150, 159 (2), 161 (2), 188, 189, 205, 205 pair/207 registered cover, 209/U142, 210 on Photographer corner card, 213 on Senate Chamber cover, 214 on U293 cover front, 216 Counselor at Law cover to Devon, England, 319 on large Valentine cover, one Montana Territorial cover, one 1858 Kansas Territoritorial cover, 210 on Muscatine, Iowa Territory cover and six early New Mexico Territoritorial covers, Canal Zone 38 pair on cover to NY, Hawaii UX2 unused, Philippines 215 on U11 entire to Berlin, usual mixed condition as you would expect to see on these 'over a century' covers, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.4 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $3,000-4,000
SOLD for $4,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
140   imageU.S., Contract Air Mail Postal History, 1926-1930, 175+ CAM envelopes with all appropriate markings; includes 60+ Mauck first flights from the collection of the President of the American Air Mail Society and leading collector of Contract Air Mail; the balance of the covers include a healthy percentage (20%?) autographed by the pilot; a good lot for fans of early contract mail movement, Fine, ex Major General Lee Downer. Shipping charges apply - weight 11.2 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $400-600
SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction

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