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LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
161 725 imageU.S., 1932, Daniel Webster collection (Scott 725), 140+ envelopes in NUACE album; expect duplication among cachets (there were three First Day cities); cachet makers include, Gorham, 1st Griffin, numerous John Gill, 725-6, Truby, Rice, Ioor, N Joseph, 1st Grant, 1st Bailey, 1st Clifton Smith, WSE, Hacker, Rothblum, Roessler, Webster MA Chamber of Commerce, 1st Davidson, 725-50; strong group from a classic era, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.6 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $500-750
SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
162 726 imageU.S., 1933, General Oglethorpe Collection (Scott 726), 80+ neatly housed in a NUACE binder; cachet makers include, Ioor (4), Linprint (4), 726-3, Hacker, WSE, Bert, 1st Anderson (catalog $175), 726-21, 726-22, Truby, Heinrich, 726-29; about a third have rubber stamps and various cancels that relate to the issue; looking for the right collector, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.2 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $300-400
SOLD for $225.00
Will close during Public Auction
163 727 imageU.S., 1933, Washington Headquarters at Newburgh (Scott 727), 135+ FDCs from Newburgh NY in two binders; 1st Grimsland (catalog $200), Linprint (including 727-1A), Hobby Cachet, John Gill (also 5A-C), Anderson, Newburgh CofC, Roessler, Rice, Gorham, 732-32, 1st Allas Stamp Co, A O Henry hand painted (set of 3), 1st Lewis, 1st Robertson; many better items from this issue, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.2 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $750-1,000
SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
164 734 imageU.S., 1933, General Kosciuszko Collection (Scott 734), 75+ better cachets in a single binder; duplication of artwork should be expected since there were seven first day of issue locations; cachet makers include, John Gill, Ed Hacker, Covered Wagon, 734-11, 734-14, Ioor (including Special Delivery block), Rice, Linprint, Boler, 734-36, 734-58, Eagle Cover Service, 734-28, Fairway, Ed Key, Washington Stamp Club as well as a few unlisted printed cachets; difficult to duplicate, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.8 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $500-750
SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
165 736 imageU.S., 1934, Maryland Issue Exhibit (Scott 736), rare chance to own a highly decorated exhibit undisturbed from the early 1980's; compiled by an extremely accomplished exhibitor, this won the Grand Award at Rocky Gate 82, Gold ar SEPEX 84, Gold at AFDCS Washington 83, 1st place at ROAPEX 84, and best FDC exhibit at WILSHOW 83; nearly 100 different cachets in two albums including, Beazell (3e), Rothblum (and a Rothblum variety), 1st Baltimore Philatelic Society, Postmaster General corner card and letter from Assistant Postmaster General to his daughter, unlisted hand drawn Eleanor Dashiell, Nix, Stoutzenberg, Linprint, Top Notch, 1st Kapner, Hacker, Ioor, Roessler, Rice and more; includes over 20 related covers for celebrations, tercentenary, etc along with brochures; beautiful, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 10.4 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
166 777 imageU.S., 1936, Rhode Island Tercentenary Collection (Scott 777), 220+ Scott 777 housed in 3 NUACE albums; 1st Congden and Carpenter, 1st Hollywood Club Cover, Roessler, 777-9, 777-18 (25 with many colors), 777-23, 777-29, 1st L G Charist, 1st Gleason, 1st Kilton, 1st Kent County, Imperial, Chambers, Scheufler, two oversized cacheted; RI Governor autograph; very clean with very little toning common for this era, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 10.8 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $750-1,000
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
167 783 imageU.S., 1936, Extraordinary Oregon Centenial Collection (Scott 783), in 12 binders, 1100+ covers from a consummate specialist; probably the largest and finest holding available; assembled in NUACE binders (with slipcases) consisting of Planty 1-5, 6-12, 13-21b, 21c-27, 28-33, 34-44, 45-50, 51-60, 61-82, 83-114; P-58(2), Von Losberg, P-61 hand painted of the period (Daniel, Lewiston, and Walla Walla cancels), 1st South 17th Street Public School multicolor hand painted covers, P-67 Virginia Seath hand drawn, P-71 Lottie Eshliman (2), P-80 set of five Raymond Stone hand painted, P-122 George Bowring hand drawn, P-95 Max Casper (9), Chambers, P-102, W H Latta, P-109 Bertha Cleft hand painted (Astoria and Missoula), P-111 Griffith, P-127 J C Formick, P-76 M L C hand painted (Daniel and Missoula), Chambers; more than 20 unlisted hand painted in the period; impressive; some have light toning as expected for this time period, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 42.8 lbs. (Image) Suggested Bid $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
168 784 imageU.S., 1936, Susan B Anthony advanced FDC collection (Scott 784), 100+ better covers housed in NUACE album and slipcase; four different Crosby (two are unlisted); Ham in green (and unlisted in orange); Grandy (3 colors); Sidenius; VG (4 colors); Eagle (3 different); VG (9 colors); 785-14; Roessler; Bronesky; Rice; 784-10; Dyer (4 different); Goldstein; Anderson; Kershner; Ioor; Linprint and more; a wonderful lot; occasional toning as expected during this era, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.8 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $500-750
SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction
169   imageU.S., 1936-1940, Risko Art Hand Painted and Airbrushed, Collection of 190+ envelopes in three binders; an original unpicked collection with minor duplication (generally cachet or color design variations) and loaded with exceptional items; premium First Days include #776 (1st cachet x3), 777 (x7), 778 (x3), 782 (x5),783 (x16), 784 (x2), 785-94 set of 10 (plus a few singles), 795 (x3), 796 (x3), 797, 798, 799, 800, 801, 802, 835 (x2), 836 (x2), 837, 838 (x3), 852, 853, 854, 855, 856, 859-93 (set of 35), 899, 901, 902, C23 (x2); also 30+ events including USS Macon, Texas (x5), St Patrick's Day, April Fool, Easter, Paul Revere's Ride, Memorial Day, 4th of July, New Years Day; also a virtually complete (lacks $1 value) Presidential Series of 1938, from 1/2c to $5, including booklets and coils (all pairs). All the low values through 50c are blocks of four with matching typed addresses; extremely scarce and attractive, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.6 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $3,500-5,000
SOLD for $3,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
170 785-94 imageU.S., 1937, Phenomenal Army Navy Series Collection (Scott 785-94), 860+ better envelopes in long dealer tray; Marion Fulton hand painted 789, A S Allis hand drawn 790-93, Ralph Holzer hand drawn 790-94, R V Rider hand drawn, William J Volker hand drawn, Virginia Seath hand drawn, Hubbard hand colored set, Volker printed, Vaughan hand drawn, G O Shepherd, numerous color Civil War Patriotics pressed into service, unlisted photo postcards, numerous Crosby, Gundel, Ioor, Czubay, Nutnick, R E Dyer, Espenshade, MCDonough, unlisted Chambers matched set (2), Max Casper set, Brookhaven, Sidenius set, Scatchard set (printed), Scatchard set (thermographic), Sudduth, Dean Aubrey, Griffith, Top Notch, Risko (at least 12 seen), Rice set, Beverly Hills set, Roesseler set, Vining set, Ed Kee's set, Evans set, Lou Breker set, Raley, W Beardsley set, Casper, Laid, Munprint, Wanstead, Levy, Fairway, and many more; stunning collection for the specialist or advanced dealer, Attention! Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 11.8 lbs. (Image) Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
171 785-94 imageU.S., 1937, Army-Navy FDC collection (Scott 785-94), Large group of 975+ neatly housed in 9 Nuace albums; appear to be complete sets; cachet makers include, Ioor on envelopes and cards, including combos, Beverly Hills, Anderson, Breker, Linprint, Bronesky (21 plus set of 2 on monarch covers), WSE (22, some with related portraits), Rice (16 plus set of 10 on legal-sized envelope), Grandy, Imperial, Grimsland, Kapner, Crosby (75), Decatur Chapter (with 7 unofficials), Farragut Chapter (2), Levy, Fairway, Velache, Brookhaven, Top Notch, Aubry, Espenshade, Laid (both styles), Clifford, Plimpton (surface and airmail), Planty 39, Planty 40, Lane, Holland-Yudkin, Planty 43, Roessler, Sudduth, Wanstead, Planty 47 (uncommon),Sidenius (several varieties), Historic Arts, Hubbard (32, almost all unofficial), Raley, Roy, San Francisco Examiner, McDonough, Nix (52, with straight, curved, 5 stamp combos and unofficials), Munprint, Dietz, Evans, Norwood-Scatchard, Raley, Max Casper, Annapolis Philatelic Society (7 unofficials), Historic Art event set of 10, Planty 78, Chambers and Planty 104; about 140 are unknown with a few hand painted; an extensive collection; occasional toning from gum flaps, which is to be expected from this era, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 32.4 lbs. (Image) (Image2)

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Suggested Bid $750-1,000
SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
172 795 imageU.S., 1937, Northwest Territory Collection (Scott 795), 150+ Ordinance of 1787 FDCs from better artists housed in two NUANCE albums; many pairs (there were two First Day cities); Grimsland plate blocks, Sidenius, Linprint, Dyer, Laird, Historic Arts, 1st Wameford, Roessler, 1st Equitable Fire and Marine, Raley, Rice Davenport, 1st W C Maroon, 795-29 set of 5 1st Marietta NWT Commission, 1st Heyl, Beverly Hills, Anderson, Espenshade, 795-40, 795-41, Imperial, 795-44, Pavois, Evans, 1st Cachet Craft, Farnam, Historic Arts, Crosby (5 different), O A Smith (4 hand painted), Nix, Scheufler, 795-95; occasional toning as expected for the period; wonderful collection, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 7 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $750-1,000
SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
173 796 imageU.S., 1937, Virginia Dare Collection (Scott 796), 130+ better items postmarked Manteo NC (18 Aug) and Washington DC (19 Aug); cachet makers include, handpainted 796-1, Torkel (NC and DC), 796-6, Fairway (NC and DC), Ioor (NC and DC), 1st Shatz, Grandy, Anderson (NC and DC), Espenshade (NC and DC), House of Farnam, 796-17, Rice, Kapner, Sudduth, Pavois, Bronesky, 796-24, Nix (NC and DC), 796-26, 796-29, 796-30, Linprint, Ralph Dyer (plus four different), Grimsland, Evans, World Wide Cachet, 796-28, several Historic Arts (three hand colored), Aubry (NC and DC), 796-47, Raley (NC and DC) in several colors, Crosby, Cachet Craft, 796-24, Fellows, and more; includes advertising cover to Korea, beautiful Hudson Bay Company to Canada, registered block of six with plate number and other attractive items; spirited bidding expected, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.4 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $500-750
SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
174 798 imageU.S., 1938, Constitution Ratification Collection (Scott 798), 140+ envelopes housed in a NUACE album; includes Reid, Sidenius, 835-11 with 9 unofficials, Lugwig, Progressive, Crosby (5 different), Imperial, Pilgrim, Espenshade, Bronesky, Evans, Ferryman, Raley, 835-62, Nix, Leuthke hand painted in the period, Gladys Adler, Munprint, Sanders, Chambers, 835-57, as well as some with Washington DC cancels; modern hand painted Ben Kraft (6) and Mellissa Fox (5); a strong collection, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $750-1,000
SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
175   imageU.S., 1938, The Presidential Series FDC, Fidelity (Planty 5) blocks to 50c, includes $1-$5, coils and combo; Fidelity (Planty 6) denominations with different color cachets, values to $1, coils;at least 2 full sets of Crosby (often single, block, plate block) complete to $5 (96 in total); Pilgrim thru $1 plus coils; Clarence Reid 2 complete sets (first in blocks thru 50c), also color variations; Historic Art 11c-$5 (to 50c as blocks), booklets, coils; Progressive 3c-$1; Espenshade complete set ($1-$5 as pairs plus extra $1 and $2), booklets and coils; Nix thru 50c, booklets, coils; Warneford thru 50c, coils, booklets; Ferryman thru $2; Mayne thru $1, booklets, coils; Rice thru $2, booklets, coils; Sudduth thru 50c booklets, coils; Oswald Ludwig thru $2, booklets, coils; Plimpton thru 50c; Cachet Craft complete set, booklets, coils; Farnam complete set ($1 is a block); Keyworth thru 50c, coils; Holland complete (including extra $1 block and extra $5), coils, booklets; Hux (Planty 9) thru $1; Hux (Planty 10) thru 10c, coils, booklets; Ioor complete set ($1-$5 are blocks), another set thru $2, booklets, coils; Pavois thru $1; Grimsland complete, booklets, coils; Fidelity "Eagle" complete, coils, booklets; Ludwig thru 50c; Reich complete (plus spare $2); Raley "E" thru $2; Sidenius thru 30c, $2; Staehle complete set, coils, booklets; Hux complete set, coils, booklets; Annis thru $1; Raley "A" thru 25c; Imperial complete blocks (even $1-$5!), booklets, coils; Anderson complete (plus spare $5), booklets and coils; Torkel Gundel complete setbooklets, coils; Meisels hand colored $5 (plus uncacheted $1 and $2); colorized unknown $5; Gilbert; Coakley; Linn; Ioor color variations complete set (plus extra $1 and $2 block of four); H E Harris, Meisels and other handpainted (107 low values plus $1 (5), $2 (2) and $5 (2); 1,400+ covers; Wow; light indications of aging on a few, consistent with this era, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 66.2 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7) (Image8) (Image9) (Image10) (Image11) (Image12)

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Suggested Bid $3,000-4,000
SOLD for $3,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
176   imageU.S., 1938, The Presidential Series FDC, 850+ Prexies from many of the great cachet makers; Cachet Craft (to $2) and set of 13 coils, Anderson ($1, $2x2), Mayne (to $2), Rice (to $2 plus $1 block), WSE/Clifford coils, Grandy (to $2), Historic Arts line pair coils, Progressive, Ludwig coils set on cover (3), Fidelity ($1x2, $2x2), Bronesky, Fidelity #4 coils, with several $1-5 not mentioned; wonderful sets, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 12.6 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6)

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Suggested Bid $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
177 836 imageU.S., 1938, Delaware Tercentenary Collection (Scott 836), 80+ advanced collection in a single binder; includes 1st Staehle, Crosby (5), Ioor, HF, Aubry, Mayne, Crubay, Law, Hobby Cover, Historic Art and more; numerous Washington DC second days; some are hand colored; attractive special delivery block of six; unusual unofficials (correct date) onboard USS Gilmer, USS Brooks, USS Philadelphia, USS Williamson, USS Fox, USS Trinity, USS Shaw, and USS Savannah; well worth a peek, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $500-750
SOLD for $275.00
Will close during Public Auction
178 837 imageU.S., 1938, Northwest Territory Sesquicentennial Collection (Scott 837), 100+ covers housed in a NUACE album; artwork from, Imperial, Buchwald, Staehle, Ioor (17 with varieties), Pilgrim (3 different), Crosby (6 different), 837-34, ans, Florence Edmiston (hand painted in the period), Reid, 837-37, Nix, Marion Fulton, 837-50, Marietta Kiwanis Club (rare), Chambers, Ferryman and more; really lovely collection well worth a look, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.2 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $500-750
SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
179   imageU.S., 1938-2005, Presidential Topical Accumulation, 800+ very mixed covers related to US Presidents; beginning with a number of 1938 Prexie envelopes this grouping spans from George Washington to George W. Bush; some are better multicolored printed cachets from noted cachetmakers while many are hand fashioned and whimsical creations; fun for the topical or Presidential collector and would show nicely for those that collect autographs as a compliment, some condition issues but generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.6 lbs. (Image) Suggested Bid $500-750
SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
180 853 imageU.S., 1939, New York World's Fair (Scott 853), 80+ neatly mounted in a single binder; highlights include, 1st Artcraft (U/A), several different Crosby's, Carter (3 different), Gundel, Grandy, Staehle, Beardsley Horn, hand drawn of the period, Philatelic Press, some unofficials and plate blocks; assembled by a serious collector, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.8 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $500-750
SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction

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