• Login (enter your user name) and Password
    Please Login. You are NOT Logged in.

  • To see new sales and other StampAuctionNetwork news in your Facebook newsfeed then Like us on Facebook!

Login to Use StampAuctionNetwork.
New Member? Click "Register".

StampAuctionNetwork Extended Features

StampAuctionNetwork Channels


 
You are not logged in. Please Login so that we can determine your registration status with this firm. If you have never registered, please register by pressing the [Quick Signup (New to StampAuctionNetwork)] button. Then Login.   Listen to Live Audio!
 

logo

Worldwide continued...

Accumulations & Assortments
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
667   imageWorldwide, "The Whole Schmear" Trilogy, Part III. The saga continues with the final episode featuring more of the same with about a dozen albums and at least 25 stockbooks of various sizes. And that doesn't even account for the bulk of the content, with many thousands of glassines both in files and heaping piles, and stacks upon stacks of covers with many FDCs, shoeboxes, mint sheet folders, stockcards, bags, you name it. You'll find many mint sets from postal services around the world, like U.S., Canada, Britain, Ireland, Finland, NZ, India, a very pretty collection of British Commonwealth gutter pairs mounted on pages, many full and partial sheets of Italy, Japan, Korea, Liberia, Monaco, Poland, Russia, Ryukyu including Christmas Seals, a homemade collection of Belgian Congo stamps & covers annotated on pages, numerous souvenir cards, four boxes of "102" cards with excellent used French stock until 2014, used Canada up until 2000 and extensive Austria and Ireland, an approval book with many 100's of mostly mint French Colonies, a mint/used collection of Hong Kong 1946-86, U.N. Year Packs, nice selection of U.S. Transportation PNC strips, huge Swiss stock of mint & used in envelopes, sheets of U.S. Christmas & Easter Seals, Boys Town and other labels, a couple of pages of Great Britain #33 plate numbers, an entire binder of Greek covers, and much, much more. Zipping through this lot, some individual items also stuck out - Norway #1, 3-5, 11-12, 15, Sweden 2, 12, Denmark 3, 5, over 20 U.S. Duck stamps including RW26-27 NH, Germany 10NB11 mint, Nicaragua 3-7 mint, a number of Canadian KGV booklets cataloging over $1000 and you can bet your sweet bippy there's more to be discovered. Check out the lot firsthand and happy hunting! Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 725 lbs. (Image)

Get Market Data for [Collections Collection]

Estimate $3,000-4,000
SOLD for $5,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
668   imageWorldwide, "The Whole Schmear" Trilogy, Part I. Stamps are like a box of chocolate, you never know… well, you know the rest. And this lot illustrates that perfectly with everything but the kitchen sink. Rummaging through the 20-odd boxes, I encountered what must be many tens of thousands of stamps in albums or on loose pages, a few thousand glassines, envelopes organized by country, stamps on paper in large Ziploc bags, numerous stockbooks and stocksheets, cigar boxes, shoeboxes… whatever it was, it was crammed with stamps from all over. A lot of U.S. with hundreds of covers, some first flight and many FDCs, postal stationery and picture postcards, early bundle-stock, a few annual mint sets as issued by the U.S. Postal Service, an entire box filled with folios from the Postal Commemorative Society, etc. There's a glassine file of classic France by cat number, stacks of CTO blocks and sheets from the Trucial States, mint sheet folders with full and partial sheets from Argentina, Brazil, Russia, Greece and around 50 from Egypt alone, a couple stockbooks filled with thematics, a huge stack of Brazilian new issue announcements with FDC cancels, French Colonies on pages, a box with thousands on paper, mostly earlier 20th century Turkey, an Israeli mint collection with tabs in a hingeless SAFE album and a file of inscription corner blocks, Soviet commemorative folders, stocksheets filled with mint/used Belgium, Germany, Mexico, Philippines, Poland, Russia, Spain, U.N., Vatican and tons more. The most exciting part is what I alluded to earlier; you never know what you might come across and in the short time of examining this lot, here are some of the more eclectic items encountered… a packet of Austrian revenues, full panes of Danish Christmas seals, an envelope with seven hunting licenses with federal and state ducks, six retired APS circuit books from the 1970s, a number of Cinderella blocks from the 1933 WIPA exhibition, even some full sheets of Württemberg. Even more specifically, I saw Belgium #B178 & B662a, Alexandretta C1-8 used, Gibraltar 132-45 mint, Andorra (Spanish Administration) 1-12 as listed in Sanabria, Telegraph stamps from Tangier 35-46 as listed in Edifil, U.S. C18 on cover, and other goodies. Viewing is not only helpful but mandatory! Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 275 lbs. (Image)

Get Market Data for [Collections Collection]

Estimate $3,000-4,000
SOLD for $3,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
669   imageWorldwide, "The Whole Schmear" Trilogy, Part II. You won't find a C3a in this lot either, but there is plenty of worthwhile material here, whether for the reseller or for the collector getting ready for the long winter. Similar to Part I, we have about 10 albums, over 30 stockbooks, numerous cigar boxes and thousands of glassines. Some of the albums are high-end, like a SAFE hingeless in pristine condition with a mint Faroes collection, a U.S. mint collection (1940-75) on hingeless Lighthouse pages and others. There's even an impressive 2-volume homemade Worldwide collection on the topic of Christianity (Churches, Madonnas, Christmas, Martyrs, Missionaries, etc.). A few of the 30-odd boxes border on psychotic ranging from everything from S&H Green Stamp Booklets and Yugoslavian bundleware to some very nice stock of France & Colonies. Among the varied material you will find is stockbooks filled with mint/used Portugal, Russia, Turkey, one with mint Cyprus, some very useful Switzerland, a cigar box loaded with Australia, another with Korea, a folder of Grenada full sheets, 100's of worldwide souvenir sheets, stacks of Canadian FDCs, a nearly complete collection of mint Victory & Peace Issues on White Ace pages, old Danish circuit books filled with classic Italy, bags of stamps on paper, U.N. inscription blocks & FDCs, abundant U.S. postal stationery, a box filled with 1000's from the Middle East organized by country and counter book pages scattered throughout with better material. And this lot, like the previous, is largely unchecked, but I did manage to spot the following - Mint Belgium #B106, France B157a, NZ 165-70, Egypt 172-76, C5-25, a nice selection of mint/used Soviet Tax Stamps as listed in Michel under Gebührenmarken, and a stockbook of imperf New Caledonia and Wallis & Futuna Islands, including some proofs. So grab a shovel, because "there's gold in them thar hills!", Fine to Very Fine. (Image)

Get Market Data for [Collections Collection]

Estimate $3,000-4,000
SOLD for $3,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
670   imageWorldwide, Mint & Used Accumulation, 1819-1979. With this lot, you get a bit of this, and that, and of course, the other too! Despite being worldwide, there is a sizeable chunk of U.S. here mostly in the form of covers, over 350 of them, with stampless covers dating back to 1819, many of them transatlantic, some from World's Fairs and Expos, most notably St. Louis from 1904 and the Jamestown Exposition from 1907. You'll also find many FDCs, picture postcards, postal stationery, first flights, and more. There's also a stockbook with a neatly arranged used collection from 1925-77 and a box of duplicates with a lot of precancelled. Another country dominating this collection is Switzerland; over 250 with the usual mix of postal stationery and picture postcards, but also stampless, Soldatenpost, Balloonpost, revenues on documents and more. In addition, we have 8 retired circuit books with over $3000 in catalogue still remaining; #200-03 mint, 200a-03a mint, B7-9 used and B206 MNH to name just a few. For the rest of the world, there's a stockbook of Liechtenstein Framas along with worldwide souvenir sheets, a small album with 100's of mint/used hinged on pages, a stockbook of Iraq and one on British Africa, five old circuit books with a boatload of used, packets of older stamps, around 90 Russian covers from the WWI era and around 400 more worldwide featuring a half-dozen Spanish Graf Zeppelin covers and a 1917 first flight from Torino to Rome with Italy C1. All in all, a fantastic lot and surely much yet to be discovered, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 37 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

Get Market Data for [Collections Collection]

Estimate $2,500-3,500
SOLD for $2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
671   imageWorldwide, Mint & Used Accumulation, 1852-1990. Around 15 stockbooks with much mint/used Great Britain, Italy, Latin America, Mongolia, U.S., French Colonies, Yugoslavia, among others, and 10 or so albums. A Mexican collection mounted in a Minkus album, exceptionally strong in the modern era with a nearly complete mint run from 1956-90 and with many added blocks. Two Scott albums covering British North America, Caribbean and the South Atlantic, as well as some binders with stamps on pages including excellent representation across the Commonwealth. There are also a few U.S. collections in Scott albums up to the 1960s with some better items like mint #C4-6, C18 and used C1-2, E1, E3. One of the albums appeared fairly empty, but upon closer examination I saw a number of ducks, mint RW11, RW12 NH, RW13, and used RW4, RW5, RW7 and out of nowhere, a couple of Shanghai overprints, one of them K16 NH! Oddly enough, some of the best material I discovered among the 100's of glassines stuffed in bags, U.S. mint 232-33, 287-89 and used 76, 78, 116, a nice selection of Bank Notes, duplicates of the Columbians up to 30¢ and Trans-Mississippi issue up to 10¢, extensive Washington/Franklins and tons more. A few more odds 'n ends like mint sheet folders with mostly full and partial sheets of Argentina, bunches of U.S. plate blocks and an excellent selection of mint/used Roman States hinged on pages and in stocksheets, but closer examination is recommended, Fine to Very Fine. (Image)

Get Market Data for [Collections Collection]

Estimate $2,500-3,500
SOLD for $3,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
672   imageWorldwide, A Mostly Twentieth Century Accumulation/Amalgamation. In various albums and on dealer's cards, with better never hinged country collections including French South Antarctic Territories, 1955-2007, in Lighthouse album and on dealer's cards with #16-19, 23-24, 25-28 and 294, similar for French Polynesia, 1921-2008, with #C17-C19, and St. Pierre & Miquelon, 1931-99, with #J48-J57; also Ghana 1957-60 collection of corner plate or requisition number blocks of four, Europe, US, and recent United Nations, Fine to Very Fine and fresh. Shipping charges apply - weight 46 lbs.
Scott $14,000+ (Owner's) (Image)

Get Market Data for [Collections Collection]

Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
673   imageWorldwide, A-Z Adventure Lot with Topicals Galore. Without a doubt, an adventurous lot but one that will surely pay dividends. Mostly 20th century, with mountains of mint, some in the form of year sets issued by the post office (around 20 years for Canada, 13 from Denmark, many from NZ and others), mint sheet folders, numerous stock books, hundreds of glassines, all filled with mostly mint singles, blocks, and a seemingly never-ending supply of souvenir sheets. You'll find stamps from all over the world; much U.S., China, British Commonwealth, Scandinavia, Japan, and many more, but let's not forget about the topical collector; there is so much material here, it's mind-boggling… ships, aviation, trains, space, stamps-on-stamps, birds, and much, much more. Some of it is chaotic but other parts are quite orderly, like four stockbooks of mint/used Philippines, an entire box filled with philatelic panels, and a binder of Marshall Islands loaded with mini-sheets and blocks. Photos will not do this lot justice; it must be seen to get a grasp of the enormous value this carries, Fine to Very Fine and better. Shipping charges apply - weight 102.2 lbs. (Image)

Get Market Data for [Collections Collection]

Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
674   imageWorldwide, Accumulation of Delicious Leftovers, 1900-2000. Among the dozen or so binders included in this remainder collection, we have a hingeless Lindner album containing a very nearly complete MNH Europa collection from 1968-78 with some added mini-sheets along with a stockbook of additional issues from 1956-71with many better, such as Luxembourg #318-20 and Liechtenstein 356. There's a UN album with almost complete mint NY, Geneva and Vienna from 1974-85 with an additional binder of flag stamps in singles, blocks and mini-sheets. A commemorative album of around 80 covers of the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow, a worldwide Audubon FDC collection consisting of 78 covers, a collection of 56 Soviet and U.S. covers commemorating the Apollo-Soyuz Space Test Project, and a hardcover book entitled "The Millennium Collection" from Canada Post. There's also a binder and box filled with worldwide postal stationery featuring a good selection of Brazil, Mexico and Nicaragua, and a binder loaded with sheets, like an entire sheet of Belgium 139b and a slew of Japanese sheetlets from the 70's & 80's. And that's not all folks! This lot also contains a great deal of Germany, especially from the Third Reich era, with many stamps, sheets and covers, as well as leaflets, documents, photographs, brochures, maps and other odds 'n ends. Finally, leftovers to look forward to! Fine to Very Fine, Some images online, but inspection is still strongly encouraged. Shipping charges apply - weight 81 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Image)

Get Market Data for [Collections Collection]

Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
675   imageWorldwide, Small But Powerful Accumulation, 1851-1982. Looks can be deceiving. We have a Denhof U.S. album with just a smattering of stamps, a cigar box filled with mint U.S., Canada and Austria; not bad but nothing extraordinary. That is when I happened to come across a small box filled with unimaginable treasure! Mint Andorra #C2-4, Austria C54-60, Cyprus 226a (2), Greece 568-73, Israel 1-4 with tabs, 27 with tab (2), 33-34 with tabs, Italy Q76, Luxembourg 318-20 (3), Persia 995-98 (3), Taiwan 1064-69 (imperf), 1077-91, Trieste (Zone B) C21 (2) and many more! Talk about a nice surprise! Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.8 lbs. (Image)

Get Market Data for [Collections Collection]

Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
676   imageWorldwide, Massive Wide-Ranging Balance Lot, 1862-2019. Albums, stockbooks and tens of thousands (or more) of mint sets, singles, souvenir sheets and postally used stamps; Albums include Scott International 1920-1926, Scott 1899, Scott National 1940, Scott International 1901-1920, Aristocrat World Album, HE Harris Canada, Scott 1900, Minkus 1961-1970 plate blocks, Scott International Junior, HE Harris Liberty and a Berck French album; Supplies include 7 Lighthouse two inch black page unused stockbooks, 10 heavy duty White Ace binders with page guards, Scott Specialty binder, and 20 stockbooks populated in varying degrees organized by country; Stamps include several dozen oversized black stock cards with modern Great Britain, considerable recent Canadian commemoratives, Swedish booklets, Israel blocks and tabs, and $300+ US Face mostly coils and blocks; quite the opportunity for the dealer ready to impose order, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 382 lbs. (Image)

Get Market Data for [Collections Collection]

Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
677 og/O   imageWorldwide, Incomparable, Superior Grade Mix Masters Delight, 1855-2018. A simply superb and enormously extensive, clean and super high grade mixture, not burdened with the typical lower grade material, comprised of over 200 pounds, housed in a dozen, uniformed sized cartons; there is truly an exceptionally worldwide representation here, with dozens of countries represented, with the bulk of items present spanning the last 50 years or so; a great lot for traders, as mixtures of this quality do not come up often, inspection invited, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 223 lbs. (Image)

Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $2,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
678 O   imageWorldwide, Mother of All Mixture Lots, 1882-2019. Ok, got your attention now; seriously, for those of you who crave something way different, here it is; first off, the lot consists of many, many tens of thousands of issues; issues here spanning decades worth of philately; still not convinced?; well, what if I told you that every single country, or in a few cases, areas, have been diligently sorted into plastic bags; it's almost as if the owner stripped collections by country and put them into sorting bags; highlights include extensive British Empire, Korea, Thailand, Sweden, Mongolia, Salvador, Italy, Japan, Columbia, China and Peoples Republic of China, Germany, New Zealand, Costa Rica, Uruguay, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Spain, Australia, Romania, Greece, Netherlands, India, Belgium, Russia, Poland, etc.; mostly all appear used;generally VF, should be examined to be appreciated; hey folks, I did my best! Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 111.2 lbs. (Image)

Get Market Data for [Collections Collection]

Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
679   imageWorldwide, 20th Century Global Accumulation, 1892-1965. Dealer's old worldwide and US cover accumulation of over 1000 items; these range from the 19th century to the 1960s or so; includes Registered, Censored, Airmail, Underpaid, Special Delivery, Paquebot and other unusual uses; mostly commercial with a sprinkling of topical and first day covers sleeved and priced between $10 and $50 with a few higher and a lew lower; many small countries are included in this grouping; huge variety of countries and usages; consignor reports total retail in excess of $20,000, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 19.7 lbs. (Image)

Get Market Data for [Collections Collection]

Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $700.00
Will close during Public Auction
680   imageWorldwide, Caboose Lot from a Fine Consignment. A dream lot for the packet-maker or bourse dealer, with a fair amount of everything to make things interesting; numerous shoeboxes of foreign singles, some identified by country, others specifically by Scott; binders of stockpages centering on Haiti, Hong Kong and Iceland; a solid offering of covers, be they First Day, commemorative cancel or postally used; seals and labels; a box of foreign Revenues sorted by country, and much more besides; US material included, Fine to Very Fine, worthy of review. Shipping charges apply - weight 52 lbs. (Image)

Get Market Data for [Collections Collection]

Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
681   imageWorldwide, Far-flung Super Interesting Balances, 1870-2016. Each area makes you want to jump down the rabbit hole; a cursory look includes Minkus pages of Australian Antarctic, Suez Canal references, Danish West Indies, Faroe Islands, Greenland including a couple Pakke-Porto and American Issues (the latter mint), beautiful Latin American cut squares, Japanese WWII war bonds, German Marshall Islands and Samoa, hundreds of stamps on Scott Specialty Album Mexico pages, about 100 Lundy mint/used/on piece, a few hundred better Australian Antarctic on album pages and loose, at least 100 Viet Nam on four manila cards, a few hundred used Belgium Railroad Parcel Post nicely presented on pages (1882-1940), six sheets (different denominations) of unidentified Philippines (circa 1899), St. Pierre and Miquelon on Scott pages plus postal stationery, sheets of Matanzas locals, etc., etc., Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 13.4 lbs. (Image)

Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction
682   imageWorldwide, A Mondial Amalgamation of Amassed Amusements. A hodgepodge of a lot, including a stockbook of souvenir sheets from Afghanistan to Yemen; Slovakia postal stationery (including Pigeongrams!), black prints, and a nice holding of miniature and souvenir sheets in useful quantities, plus booklets; and three baggies of worldwide issues including Bhutan Record stamps, Tonga and Sierra Leone shaped stamps, a good dose of mid- to modern Italy and Vatican, and more; no great rarities, but useful and salable material, much of it prepped and ready to go, Fine to Very Fine or better, worth a look-through. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.8 lbs. (Image)

Get Market Data for [Collections Collection]

Estimate $600-800
SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
683   imageWorldwide, Enticing Caboose Lot from an Outstanding Consignment. A nice mix of miscellanies, organized to a greater degree than most such holdings, sure to please the online or bourse dealer, especially useful for the Topicalist; we note recent US miniature sheets and panes First Day canceled, with subjects such as Elvis, Space, Olympics, etc.; a binder of British Caribbean sheets focusing on Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen Mother, Butterflies, Crickets, Birds, Cars, Planes, and Michael Jackson (we did say it was a mix, didn't we?); loads of US First Day Covers with additional commemorative cancels, many associated with Chinese New Year; useful US face sprinkled throughout; a binder of fresh 1960s Japan and Ryukyus mint; numerous PRC folders and year books 1997 (Return of Hong Kong Philatelic Exposition) to 2000, and more besides; Post Office fresh and carefully bundled, well worth a look, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 110 lbs. (Image)

Estimate $600-800
SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction

Previous Page, Next Page or Return to Table of Contents


StampAuctionCentral and StampAuctionNetwork are
Copyright © 1994-2019 Droege Computing Services, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
Back to Top of Page