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LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
42   imageU.S., Powerful and Extensive Marginal Markings and Booklet Collection and Stock. Useful and substantial horde, comprising nine or ten volumes of plate, ZIP or other marginal markings blocks, with better plates including #328, lots of 2¢ Reds, Famous Americans, #1030-1053, C8-C10, C12, C20-C22, C24, C25-C31; excellent never hinged booklet panes like #319g, 331a, 332a, 375a (2), 405b (2) 406a, 463a, 501b, 502b, plus a lovely 1¢ AEF pane (#498f); in addition, there are packed shoeboxes, each containing complete booklets and plate blocks in quantities; worthwhile accumulation to say the least, Fine to Very Fine or better, inspection invited. Shipping charges apply - weight 58 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
43   imageU.S., Substantial and Diverse Tail-End of a Mighty Consignment. A wonderful and valuable old-time assembly including a vintage red Scott American album containing nothing but nice cut squares and Revenues, the latter including #R40a-R42a, R44a-R49a, R52a, R57a-R62a, R81a, R82a, R85a, R91a, R97c-R98c, R100c-R101c, R123-R125, R127-R128, R145-R147, etc.; we also note a small but cheeky group of covers including some nice 19th century usages, several nice crash covers, private perforation covers, etc.; additionally, look for a couple small stockbooks of coils, with duplicated pairs and line pairs, Ducks including loads of plate blocks like #RW38-RW42, RW43 (2), RW44, RW45 (2), RW46-RW54, RW64-RW67, RW69-RW70, RW72 and others; fun to wade through and figure, Fine to Very Fine, inspection invited. Shipping charges apply - weight 10 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7) (Image8)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
44   imageU.S., Powerful Mint Officials Collection, 1873-1911. A dynamite collection of Officials, most have OG and many with still vibrant color. A couple of proofs are noted, but otherwise complete sets of the Department of Agriculture, Interior, Post Office, Treasury, and both paper varieties for the War Department. Hinged on Scott pages, the only downside is that many of the stamps are adhering to the paper, but in the hands of someone with the care and patience needed, there is over $20,000 in catalogue value waiting to be rescued! The bulk are Fine to Very Fine, All pages viewable online. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $4,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
45   imageU.S., Rotary Coil Rolls, 1916-1922. Partial rolls of early coils with estimated quantities including Scott 486 (500), 488 (400), 489 (400), 490 (400), 492 (300), 494 (30) and 496 (400); some of the original Post Office Department wrapper are included; cataloged as MNH pairs with no premium taken for guide line pairs which add significant value; catalogs $20,100+, Fine to Very Fine. (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
46   imageU.S., Bedford's Best Postal Stationery, 1853-1874. 38 key early postal entires; all are mint except for one exceptional postally used cover (U29); this top shelf collection consists of Scott U12, U17 ($625), U28 (2), U29 (2), U30 ($3,250) U36 (3), U42, U53 (2), U67 (3), U67a, U68 ($600), U70, U71, U72, U93, U94, U97, U99, U101 (2), U102, U104, U107 (2 at $600), U203 ($750), U207 (3), U209 and U350a ($1,100); catalog exceeds $16,000 you have the rest, now get the best, Fine to Very Fine. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $3,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
47   imageU.S., All the Ducks in a Row, 1934-2012. Attractive Federal Duck stamps from 1934-2012 unused and complete mounted on album pages in a slender binder; of the 100 stamps, all appear MNH except RW1 and RW6-RW8; black stock pages house plate blocks of JDS9-JDS23; autographed RW74b and RW75b; Virginia (VA1) PB of 10; Canadian in presentation folder FWH1, FWH2 (2), FWH3 (2), FWH4 (2), FWH5 (3), and FWH6; owners cat $6,500+, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.2 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
48   imageU.S., Revenues, Whopping Collection, 1862-1955. Many thousands of Federal and State Revenue stamps with Distilled Spirits, Cigars, Documentary, Narcotics (including full sheets of 1¢ and 2¢), Snuff, parchment paper Cotton Revenue tag (with razor-sharp harpoon), Gin Rosin, 1933-35 metal Cotton tags, Lock Seal (sheet of 10 Scott #LS106), Manufacturer of Tobacco (1881 Series) book with eight stubs and one unissued certificate, exquisite SPECIMEN engine-turned Washington design in blue (for hydrometer or lock seal?), over a hundred on document; considerable catalogue value with much to discover; powerful collection for the savvy Back-of-the-Book specialist, Fine to Very Fine, see a solid sampling online. Shipping charges apply - weight 13.5 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
49   imageU.S., 19th & 20th Century Stockbook Selection. Pretty mint and used holding neatly arranged in a thick stockbook (only partially filled, leaving plenty of room for additions), with stamps through about 1940; stamps run from the 1851 issue, with some interesting cancels, and include better such as used #291-293, two #505 error blocks (the error stamps never hinged), Bank Notes, Columbians up to 50¢, etc., etc.; no howling rarities, but solid additions to any collection, with plenty of retail potential to boot, Fine to Very Fine, see it all online.
Scott approximately $10,000 (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $1,900.00
Will close during Public Auction
50   imageU.S., Multi-Volume Collection, Stock and Face Lot, 1851-. The heart of the collection two slipcased National albums; 19th century light and used, mixed mint and used to about 1925, whereafter everything (or nearly so) is mint and presumed never hinged, including a nice array of earlier booklet panes; several binders of stockpages with plate blocks (front-of-book and Airmail), modern postal stationery, a light mix of First Day Covers, etc.; also a stack of material from the 1980s to early 2000s, including booklets, full panes, coil strips, miniature and souvenir sheets, etc.; a smattering of commercial usages, a glassine bag of joint issues, etc., etc.; two lightly filled but fully serviceable Traveler Stamp Albums, an actual mixed bag of foreign, etc.; well worth review by the dealer looking for a clean collection ready for onward sale, solid albums, or a way to avoid lines at the Post Office (there's plenty of face here), Fine to Very Fine with much better throughout, well worth review. Shipping charges apply - weight 58 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
51   imageU.S., Airmail Sheet Collection, 1926-1957. Old time collection balance and duplicates in three small stock books and group of White Ace pages, each page carefully totalled with the Scott value of that page with plenty of useful and nice singles, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 10.8 lbs.
Scott approximately $21,000 (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $2,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
52   imageU.S., Express Company Related Ephemera, 1846-1880. Large binder packed with a few hundred mid 19th century items including stage notices, Bill of Lading books, parcel receipts, COD envelopes, letterhead, postal cards, telegraph messages and telegrams; companies include United States Express, Western Express, Excelsior Line, American Express, Adams Express, Ludlow, Cheney, Fiske, Snow's European Express, Southern Express, Harnden Express, Putney's Express, Eastern Express, Bill Brothers, Beal's Nantasket Beach Express, Lawrence Express, United States & Canada Express, Jones Express, Westcott Express, Western Union Telegraph, Wells Fargo, Atlantic & Pacific Telegraph, Central Vermont Railroad Telegram, and Trans-Atlantic Cablegram; delicious, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.8 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $950.00
Will close during Public Auction
53   imageU.S., Unexploded Booklet Collection, 1917-1964. Excellent intact old time generally F-VF or better collection; from BK53//QI1-5 including BK53, BK63 (miscut cover/panes), BK67 (cover folds), BK69, BK85, BK87, BK94, BK96-9 (extra 97), BK106-9, BKC1-13, and BKC18-19; total Scott without premium for positions exceeds $6,000; includes $300 Face val for other booklets, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.6 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
54   imageU.S., Definitives and Back-of-the-Book Collection, 1847/1963. 19th century nearly all used and the 20th mostly all mint though a some earlier in the period without gum or regummed, starts with a lightly canceled 4-margined (close but clear) #1 plus 30A used, 35 used (VF), 1861/68 perforated issue complete used (very mixed centering), 1869s to 15c used, useful selection of used Banknotes to 90c values, 19th century Bureaus mixed unused and used incl 276-77 regummed, 311 mint, 312 regummed, nice group of Washington-Franklins to the $5 values, 658-68 mint, etc., also includes some extras on stockacrds with 70-72 used, 191 used, 311-12 used, 572-73 mint, etc., usual mixed condition and centering especially in the pre-1920s issues with some regum/ reperf/ small faults, VG-VF, plenty of value here but needs careful viewing. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.1 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $5,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
55   imageU.S., Rotary Press Coil Partial Rolls, 1930-1932. Partial rolls with estimated quantities from Scott 686 (roll of 1000, partial of 900, and partial of 100), 687 (300), 722 (3 rolls of 500, a partial of 450 and another of 300) and 723 (250); cataloged as MNH pairs with no premium taken for guide line pairs which add significant value; catalogs $15,500+, Fine to Very Fine. (Image)

Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $950.00
Will close during Public Auction
56   imageU.S., Superb, Specialized Postal Stationery Selection. Neatly presented specialist's selection of approx. 50 items, postal cards or entires, the majority selected to show a wide range of errors & varieties. Some highlights show #U471e, U632a, UX72a, U458m var, triple surcharge, 2 inverted on front, 1 on reverse, UXC1a FDC, 3¢ Wells Fargo entire with "Loon Creek Express Paid" imprint, U619a, U621a (APS cert.), U605a-b, U605 var with all colors omitted, UX122 non-denominated essay, UX124-125, unissued 16¢ value cards, an 1870 U82 Wells Fargo from Eureka N.B. to Maine, a U221 with "Clarkes Centennial Express to the Black Hills" etc. imprint, UX12 & 14 showing splendid NY Bay designs (Burdick #83v6 & 136v13), a 3¢ entire with blue "Red River Steamboat" h/s, and loads more including miscuts, color shifts, etc, Lovely specialist holding, largely Fine to Very Fine, be sure to view in its entirety on the web. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
57   imageU.S., Extraordinary Picture Postcard Collection, 1903-1942. Approximately 800 antique postcards beautifully presented in four Leuchtturm albums; these premium cards were carefully curated are are an absolute delight to view; Patriotics, Happy New Year, 1901 Pan American Expo, leather cards, Barham (6 different), Boileau (13 different), Brundage (6 different), Clay (10 different), mechanical cards, Buster Brown (3 different), autographs of Bob Walkey, Debbie Reynolds, Jack Dempsey, "hold to the light", turn of the century hand painted, Hudson-Fulton, Hillson (4 different), Green Santa (6), Russell (6 different), a few San Francisco 1915 Exposition, a dozen turn of the century Native Americans, Illustrated Card Co (7 different), Valentine's Day, Sing Fat Bazaar (13 different), Thanksgiving Day, made from stamps, artist signed (15), Kenyon, Leap Year, embossed with cloth clothing, Blue Santa (10), Brown Santa (6), and pop-up cards; virtually all premium material; owner's retail price $13,400, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 16 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Video5 for this lot) (Video6 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
58   imageU.S., Mostly Mint Collection, 1857-1959. In multiple parts, beginning with a Scott Commemorative album from 1959 with spaces for both singles and blocks. Outside of a few used, entirely mint attractively arranged in black mounts and almost complete from 1925 on. There are also additional pages added for plate blocks and regular issues, two mint sheet folders, packets of mint singles and blocks and a dozen covers, two of them from the Civil War era. You'll find many better mint singles and blocks, such as 230-39 (230-32 also as blocks), 285-90 (285-86 also as blocks), 294-99, 323-26, 328-29 (blocks), 369, 397-99, 401-02, 803-34, C4 (block) and others. Also accompanying this collection is a Scott UN album until 1958 which is über-complete with blocks both with and without inscription, postal stationery and 79 FDCs, Fine to Very Fine Online images available for closer inspection. Shipping charges apply - weight 17.2 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,900.00
Will close during Public Auction
59   imageU.S., Mostly Mint Scott National Collection, 1851-1977. While there are a few stray postally used stamps the vast majority are unused in black mounts; includes Scott# 214, 230-233, 235-239, 294-299, 300-309, 508-512, 548-550, 614-619, 730-731, Kansas-Nebraska, National Parks, Prexies to $5 Coolidge, Liberty Series to $5 Hamilton, C1-12, C16-83, and Q1-12 used; album in great condition and ready to be built, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.7 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
60   imageU.S., Airmail, Attractive and Valuable Selection, 1918-52. A holding pattern you'll actually enjoy; presented on extensively annotated (typed!) quadrille pages and black stockpages; quadrilles present mounted #C1-C15 with information on each issue and each stamp individually, with plate number singles of #C6 and C7-C9, and two sets of Zeppelins; stockpages offer duplicates for sale, with blocks of four of #C7, C8 (2), C10 and C18, along with plate blocks of #C19 and C46; a pretty, fresh group with centering ranging from the solid to the sublime, Very Fine on the whole, imaged in full online. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
61   imageU.S., Large Balance Lot to Explore, 1851-2005. Davo 6 volume hingless albums with slipcases, mixed used and unused with many spaces to 1940 left to fill, did note attractive Scott 240 with faint cancel, 260, 311, 523, 524, and E1-E6; box of better material including partial sheet of 24 stamps (including plate number) of Scott 715, hundreds of better Revenues in glassines and 102 cards heavy in higher denomination Documentary, Tobacco, State Ducks and much more; 1940-1989 plate blocks in two volumes; Airmail singles 1941-2010 on custom pages; Airmail plate blocks C23-C130; Rapkin specialist album with unused singles and blocks in the 1925-1933 period; beautifully mounted revenue stamped paper includes RN-D1, RN-B24, RN-P5 and RN-Q1; about 100 modern GB blocks (minimal duplivation) in glassines; 90+ oversized black cards as issued by the Royal Mail with new commemorative sets; 19 WWII era Censored military mail to Maine; Scott Great Britain Specialized with pages to 2010 moderately populated with mixture of used and unused, including Scott used 26, 28, 49-51, 54, 55, 57, 111-122, 139, 173, 179, 180; stockbook with hundreds of Revenues including playing cards, motor vehicles and telegraph; slender stockbook of Locals (not expertized) including Pomeroy, Hussey's, American Letter Carriers, Pony Express, Boyd's and Empire City Dispatch; Rotnem Precancel Album with quadrille pages and 150-200 precancels mounted with hinges; stockbook with mint and used Airmail, Special Delivery and Parcel Post; Lighthouse hingeless Great Britain unused collection with a start on Victoria, KEVII, KGV and KGVI (catalog approx $2,000); deceptively nice, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 120 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $2,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
62   imageU.S., If It Quacks Like a Duck, 1934-2010. 184 mostly unused Federal Ducks; includes $1 (49), $2 (25), $3 (19), $5 (15), $7.50-$12.50 (48) and $15 (28) with most $1 ungummed, most $2-$3 hinged and most later material MNH; RW1 (1 unused, 2 used), RW2, RW3 (2), RW4 (2), RW5 (4), RW6 (3), RW7 (3), RW8 (2), RW9 (2), RW10 (3), RW11 (7), RW12 (5), RW13 (5), RW14 (4), RW15 (3), RW16 (3), RW17, RW18, RW19 (3), RW20 (4), RW21, RW22 (3), RW23 (3), RW24 (2), RW25 (3), RW26, RW27 (3), RW28, RW29, RW30 (3), RW31 (2), RW32, RW33, RW34 (2), RW35, RW36 (2), RW37 (2), RW38 and many more; several plate singles as well as a few $12.50 and $15 plate blocks; tremendous catalog for the dealer with Duck clients, Fine to Very Fine. (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,900.00
Will close during Public Auction
63   imageU.S., Better Singles Collection, 1851-1990. Lighthouse pages well-populated with US mint and postally used stamps; used include 9, 10, 12, 13, 36, 37, 64, 70, 70a, 71, 75, 76, 98, 112-117, 119, 121, 145-153, 156-166, 190, 191, 217, 218, 229, 239, 260, 276, Kansas-Nebraska mixed used and unused, and a good selection of Special Delivery; Unused include 230-238, 240, 287, 288, 290, 294-299, mostly unused 1929-1980, C1-C5, C7-C13, and C18; condition varies widely and examination encouraged, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $2,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
64   imageU.S., Washington Booklet Panes, 1908-18. Clean, nicely presented collection of 1¢-3¢ Washington booklet panes along with a few complete booklets. Arranged by catalog number from 332a to 502b, some with many examples of different plate numbers arranged in ascending order, as well as an array of plate number singles. Owner places CV of $7000+ By George, this is a nice lot! Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.8 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
65   imageU.S., "It's Duck Season!" Collection, 1934-2002. Nothing Daffy about this one—a stunner of a holding complete to 2002 for sheet stamps, plus a 2001 Junior Duck Stamp and 1998-2002 self-adhesive sheetlets; mixed hinged and never hinged (noted on album pages), with numerous plate number singles including #RW1; fresh throughout, most with superior centering, Fine to Very Fine with much better, take a gander online—imaged in full.
Scott $5,514 (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,200-1,800
SOLD for $1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
66   imageU.S., Advanced Postal Stationery Collection, 1873-1913. [Binder 1] 145+ curated postal cards in a G&K binder; mint and postally used examples with mild duplication and annotated with Scott catalog number and value; unused include UX1 ($375), UX3 (3), UX5 (3), UX6, UX7 (5), UX8 (11), UX9, UX10 (2), UX11, UX12, UX13, UX14 (4), UX15, UX18, UX19 (2), UX20, UX21 (2), UX22 (2), UX23, UX24, UX28, UX29, UX30, UX270 ($550), S44-27 ($130) UY1, UY2, UY5 ($175); Puerto Rico UX1 ($165), Cuba UX2, Hawaii UX8; mint Columbian Exposition cards; numerous better postally used classic cards and overprint varieties; [Binder 2] 125+ mostly 19th century postal cards in 3 ring binder; many annotated with Scott catalog number and priced between $15-30 each with better usage and interesting markings; early cards addressed to Swizerland, Belgium, Germany, Canada, and Holland; some censored and a few APO noted; several included for superior cancellations; several UX1 as well as UX3, UX6, UX7, UX15, UY2 and UY4; a pair of scarce 1889 experimental Washington DC machine cancels; "South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition 1901-1902" slogan flag cancel; most postally used but includes some early in mint condition; very interesting work for the specialist or dealer in search of eye candy; view in person or online to whet your appetite, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 9 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,200-1,800
SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
67   imageU.S., Rotary Press Coil Partial Rolls, 1923-1929. Partial rolls with estimated quantities from Scott 597 partial rolls (1000), 598 two partial rolls (400 and 300), 602 roll (500) plus two partial (450 and 100), 601 partial (100), 603 roll (500) plus partial (200), 604 partial (200) and 606 partial (200); cataloged as MNH pairs with no premium taken for guide line pairs which add significant value; catalogs $13,100+, Fine to Very Fine. (Image)

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Estimate $1,200-1,800
SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
68   imageU.S., 1909, Sultry Group of Commemorative Plate Blocks (Scott 371, 373). 371 (3 plate blocks) and 373 (11 plate blocks), all different positions or plate numbers, including wide tops, overall Very Fine, a useful group for re-sale.
Scott approximately $4,000 (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5)

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Estimate $1,200-1,500
SOLD for $1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
69   imageU.S., Better Back of Book Balance, 1859-1984. Large carton stuffed with unusual B.O.B; C1 MNH plate block of 6 (oxidized); about 15 unused and postally used Wells Fargo entires; a few thousand used Postage Due with nice selection of First Issue (including J18S-J20S), Full used sheets of Second Issue, and great selection of Due on cover (check out the 1844 "undercharged" stampless); a few 3c photo essays; extensive Western Airletter on Scott pages and 22 legal-sized covers; IPSA collection complete on black stock pages; a dozen unused Newspaper Periodicals plus 6 SPECIMENS; Halley's Comet USPS Experimental Photostamp Program set; perhaps 100 Parcel Post, and much more, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 7.7 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image) (Image2)

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Estimate $1,200-1,800
SOLD for $1,000.00
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70 nh   imageGrade-able Quality Collection, 1963-2020. From a consignor to our Flagship Series with phenomenal centering and overall quality comes his 30 binder modern material on black stock pages annotated with Scott numbers; each stamp is worthy of being graded for picky collector so inclined; in addition to the stamps, coils, booklets and sheets look for Scott 1727 (brown misregistered), this DOES NOT INCLUDE 1789b or any better perfs of this issue, 1789 misperf, 1789 imperf, 1894 misperf, 2004 misperf, 2115b wide tag, 2115c test coil, 2149e tagged error, 2723a, 2881a-2887 (these booklets require 94 stamps alone), 3785g (#P2222 tagged error); while every issue isn't here it is because the consignor demanded perfection; in the vast majority of cases he got it, Very Fine to Extremely Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 72.8 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
71   imageU.S., Starter Collection of Federal Ducks, 1934-1981. 51 of the most attractive Revenue stamps the US has issued; includes 18 early $1 beginning with RW1, 15 of the $2 values, 8 of the $3 issues, and 6 $5 stamps, as well as a $7.50 plate block of four; most are unused or hinged; the centering and color are wonderful and duplication is minimal; great introduction to a wonderful series, Fine to Very Fine. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $750.00
Will close during Public Auction
72   imageU.S., Enticing Compilation of Plate Number Strips, Blocks, and More, ca. 1894-1953. Pretty and fresh array falling between the First Bureau Issue and the Liberty Series, neatly arranged in a Lindner hingeless album; we note never hinged plate strips of #294 and 295, plate blocks of #346, 700, 833 (top block of 20), 834, 1053, quarter-panes of #QE1-QE3, plus hinged block of 12 #425 with plate number and "COIL STAMPS", used normal blocks of four of #617-619 and a used block of eight with plate number of #439; fresh and apparently sound throughout; also includes a number of early UN inscription blocks, Fine to Very Fine with much better, imaged in full online. Shipping charges apply - weight 3 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
73   imageU.S., State Revenues, Enticing Collection with Seals. Housed in four stockbooks or albums, plus a sheet file, a box of glassines, and additional material gathered in envelopes, offering a solid look into this often-overlooked area of Fiscal philately; two stockbooks hold a plethora of items, organized alphabetically and running from Territory of Alaska to Wyoming, with Beer, Cigarette, Hunting/Fishing/Trapping, Controls and general Revenues; glassines hold duplicates (some heavy, some mint never hinged) again by state and type (useful for trade or sale), the two albums with even more State Revenues and a variety of seals—Christmas Seals, Boys' Town, WWII propaganda, philatelic shows, and more besides; condition varies, but generally clean and sound, with numerous on-document or on-license usages; also includes photocopies of Wooten's Streamside Catalogue of Fish and Game Stamps (2001 edition) and Hubbard's State Revenue Stamps (1992), Fine to Very Fine, an interesting lot not often encountered; the main collection imaged in full online. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
74   imageU.S., Mint Collection, 1980-2017. A comprehensive collection of NH and self-adhesive singles, coils, S/S, mini-sheets, booklet panes, etc. in mounts on Scott pages in three Minuteman albums with nary an empty space to be found and also including a "zip-loc" bag of misc mint, includes the high value priority mail and express mail definitives, recalled "Legends" sheet, imperf "Bugs" pane, etc., fresh and VF, ideal opportunity to acquire a comprehensive modern mint collection in one fell swoop; Face Value in excess of $2,100. Shipping charges apply - weight 15.4 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,900.00
Will close during Public Auction
75   imageU.S., Collection, 1847/1979. Commemoratives and regular issues in mounts in a nicely filled Scott "Minuteman" album 19th century mostly used, the 20th century mixed mint and used through the 1920s and primarily mint and complete thereafter with large majority NH, some highlights would include 1 used, 17 used, 30A used, 119 used, 121 used, assorted used Banknotes to 30c value, 219-29 used, 233-40 used, assorted mostly used Washington-Franklins to $5 value including some coils (some dubious), 404 used, 630 mint (thin preprinting paper crease), 658-79 mint (few NH), etc., classic period very mixed condition noting good number of issues with faults/ reperf, etc., VG-VF with the later issues generally F-VF. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,900.00
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76   imageU.S., Beer Revenue Collection, 1866-1934. Custom printed album pages with sheet protectors in heavy duty Scott Specialized binder with about 100 used and unused stamps; includes #REA3, REA4, REA16, REA20b, REA22a-REA22c, REA25, REA26, REA30-REA32, REA34, REA37, REA38-REA41, REA39b-REA39f, REA51, REA53, REA55, REA62, REA63, REA65, REA75a, REA77b, REA80c, REA80d, REA89, REA97, REA145, REA190, REA198a and many more; considerable condition range as expected for Revenues; mild duplication; considerable catalog for dealer in need of exquisite stock, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 10 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $3,250.00
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77   imageU.S., "Bedford" Plate Number Coil Stock, 1968-1988. A bee hive of activity with several hundred Scott 2281 (Honeybee) in virtually every conceivable PNC strip; massive amounts of Scott 1518a, 1613a, 1614a, 1615a, 1615c, 1616b, 1617a, 1618a, 1813a, 1816a, 1895a, 1898a, 1900a, 1901a, 1902a, 1903a, 1904a, 1905a, 1905ab, 1906a, 2123a, 2124a, 2125a, 2126a, 2127a, 2127ab, 212828a, 2129a, 2130a, and the rest of the untagged in the series as well as all the regular tagged values of the Transportation Issue; also 1891, 1895, 2005, 2112, 2115, 2115b, 2149, and 2150; volumes of Honeybee varieties; huge Face and catalog, Fine to Very Fine, ex-Bedford. (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,500.00
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78   imageU.S., Sturdy Balance Collection, 1893-1970. Four serviceable albums plus an ancient (read indestructable) stockbook, well populated with unused and cancelled stamps; Scott National album with some light Banknotes, Columbian to 30c, Trans-Miss to 8c, good start on Washington-Franklins, and a start of unused (hinged) with 1922 Definitives (thru $1), fairly complete (except S/S) forward (except $2 and $5 Prexie) to 1941, nice Postage Due and Stock Transfer; Minkus with mint in black mounts fairly complete 1929 to 1970; White Ace binder with mint commemoratives from Lexington-Concord through 1948; and a delicious Vernon Album for 20th Century United States Issues, lightly populated with unused Washington-Franklin and up to 1930; lastly a stockbook with modern cut squares on the first several pages but with nice meat in the back including mint National Park sets, Washington Bicentennial blocks (heavy in 7c-10c), and 30 centerline blocks of Scott 753; clean, Very Fine. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $900.00
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79   imageU.S., Official Envelopes & Postal Savings Hoard, 1873-2001. Extraordinary file containing hundreds of unused Official entires required with the end of the franking privilege; begins with Scott UO1, UO2 AND UO4 Specimens; better items including (2) UO38 Specimen ($750), UO40, UO41, plus two UO41 Specimens ($500), UO44 (2), UO47, UO56 (3), UO65, UO67, UO71 (8) and UO72 (35); considerable modern Officials as well; includes stunning U104 Specimen as well; catalog exceeds $11,200, Fine to Very Fine, ex-Bedford Stock. (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $2,000.00
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80   imageU.S., Classic Postcard & Postal Card Collection, 1873-1972. Pioneer, early advertising and exposition postal stationery compiled by an advanced specialist; several hundred mostly used examples selected for cancels beginning with UX3 (dozens with fancy cancels or numerals) as well as valuable defects (SP4, SP7, SP23 and SP45); magnificent turn of the century Britannia Rules the Waves type (about a dozen different); spectacular Kohle Souvenir Card to Russia (postage due); 1902 mechanical postcard; 1901 printed Grand Canyon UX14 card from territory to CO; 1898 New Oreans scene on UX12; 21 unused turn of century multicolor embossed Birthday Wishes set; set of 10 mint 1904 St Louis World's Fair postcards; 11 Admit Bearer cards to the United States Senate (1917-1918) all diff; dozens of missing persons or "be on the lookout" for stolen automobiles; about 50 postcards featuring Blacks; 1895 Illustrated Souvenir Card with folded message; spectacular English fan postcard; mint 1897 American Souvenir Card Co set of 12 (only no 7 used) of Washington DC; Standard Postal Souvenir or Grant Monument and one of a battleship sent to Germany; Livingston Souvenir Card honoring McKinley; a number of turn of the century from American Souvenir Co; too many exceptional items to mention; check out a smattering of this extraordinary collection at our website, Fine to Very Fine, ex Bedford. (PDF for this Lot) (Image) (Image2)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,300.00
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81   imageU.S., Computer Vended Coils, 1989-1992. A real sleeper of a collecting specialty; thousands of coils and imperforate stamps from the earliest CV period; in addition to Plate Number Coil strips, there is an exhaustive selection of denominations, fonts, and gum; in addition to CVP31-33, the consignor has dozens of postally used (including Priority and Express Mail) from the CVP1 and CVP2 designs; Face alone exceeds $2,000 but the real value will turn out to be the usages, Fine to Very Fine. (Image) (Image2)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $3,000.00
Will close during Public Auction

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