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United States continued...

Accumulations
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
112   imageU.S., Stock of Duplicates, 1850's-1950's. In red box full of #102 dealer cards, filled with stamp collection duplicates slowly filling this box full of better stamps. Unlike many dealer stocks you may run into, this lot has some great potential to find a really expensive or rare item mixed with common stamps, as the collector would throw a $1,000 stamp into the same box as a 25¢ stamp. There is a fairly high misidentification and faulty rate as it seems the collector did not care as much about these stamps as he took with meticulously identifying each and every stamp in his main collection, although we tried to catch and correct most of those errors for the list below. Better items include - used: 25, 36, 68 (2), 69 (3), 70 (3), 71 (2), 76 (4), 77 (2), 78b, 92, 93, 97, 98, 100 faulty, 134 (2), 135A, 144, 151 (2), 152, 153, 154, 155, 160 (2), 162 (2), 163 (3), 165, 166 (2), 190 (2), 191, 217, 218, 276, 523, R80c, R83c, R87c, R97c, R100c, R101c, R125, R130, R146, R147, R148, R535, R683 and mint: 24 type Va, 26, 92, 114, 123, 145, 149, 165, 205, 210 (3), 215 (2), 216, 218 mint? 220, 221, 223-24, 225 (2), 228, 230-32, 234-37, 248, 256, 258, 259, 269, 270, 272, 273, 275 (3), 283, 289, 303-4, 306, 326, 327, 328-30, 334 (2), 335, 336, 337, 357 (3), 369 (6), 380, 381, 394, 395, 396, 399, 401-4, 405-7, 414 (2), 415, 416, 417, 418, 426 (2), 428, 429, 431-35, 437-38, 505, 507, 511-12, 514, 515 (2), 516, 517 (3), 518, 533, 541, 548-50, 571, 591, 599A, 614-21, 622-23, 666, 1053, C5 (2), C6 (2), E1, E2 (2), E3 (2), E5, E7, E12 and Q12. Condition and centering are mixed, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.8 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video11 for this lot) (Video10 for this lot) (Video12 for this lot) (Video13 for this lot) (Video14 for this lot) (Video15 for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Video5 for this lot) (Video7 for this lot) (Video8 for this lot) (Video9 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $7,500-10,000
SOLD for $11,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
113   imageU.S., Eclectic Accumulation of Total Miscellany, 1849-1986. A Lighthouse stockbook loaded with several hundred stamps and 5 covers plus Confederate States, mint and a used, everything from used 5¢ 1847 to a $1 Trans-Mississippi used, we note a 90¢ 1869 used plus #120-121 used, Columbians to the 50¢ mint with duplicates, additional better 19th Century Revenues mint and used, 20th Century Washington-Franklins, a collection of mis-perforated Revenues, a few interesting 19th Century covers, #E4 never hinged with certificates, Newspaper stamps, #C1-C6 (16 various examples mixed mint and used), a few Ducks with #RW2 no gum, small stock of Officials and Parcel Post plus Postage Due issues, a few Local posts, also Confederate States; well worth a look, mixed condition and a few items should be carefully reviewed but overall a very interesting holding containing substantial value with much F.-V.F. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $4,000-6,000
SOLD for $6,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
114   imageU.S., Plate Number Coil Hoard, 1981-1989. 6,000+ PNCs in strips of 3 and 5 (about 3,000 of each) organized by Scott number and plate number in two shoe boxes and a Lighthouse PNC hingeless album with slip case; owners catalog for the half populated album is $3,200+; in one shoe box are coil P/N strips of three (1981-1984 Transportation Issue) with most with 40-50 strips; the other box contains coil strips of five from the 1985-1989 Transportation Issue, again with often 40-50 examples of each plate number; the saavy dealer will snag this lot to supply coil specialists; tremendous catalog (Face alone is quite considerable), Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 12.8 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $4,000-6,000
SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
115   imageU.S., A Valuable Volute End-of-Estate Mishmash of Miscellanies. Treasure hunter's delight, largely organized on stockpages, stockcards or in glassines, the Washington-Franklins a strong presence; note better items including used #277 and CSA #1-3, mint #342 and 524, plus various plate blocks, multiples, Farleys including positionals, Ducks, Dues, Parcel Posts, Postal Notes (five complete used sets), a few Test Stamps, private perforations, and more and more, including Guam with Guam Guard Mail used, Hawaii, and further Confederate States material; condition varies, but generally fresh and sound, with tremendous catalogue value and solid retail potential, Fine to Very Fine or better, imaged online. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,500-3,500
SOLD for $2,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
116   imageU.S., Attractive Group of Errors, Freaks & Oddities. A bit of a hodge-podge presentation, but a fun opus of these ever-popular items, including misperforations, miscut booklet panes with plate number capture, pre-printing paper folds, partial reverse printing Overrun Countries plus "Korpa" error, #455 plate crack used, 499c very lightly hinged, 1813 tagging omitted, a couple postal forgeries, 29¢ Mt. Rushmore in Toledo Brown (plate number 7 strip of five), dry prints, imperforates and more; most singles or pairs but larger blocks and part- to full panes included as well, Very Fine in general, a rewarding holding; see it all online. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6)

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Estimate $2,500-3,500
SOLD for $2,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
117   imageU.S., Mint & Used Accumulation, 1847-2012. Beginning with an old Minkus album from 1953 containing a very nice #1 to a binder of FDC panes up to 2012, and a little bit of everything else sprinkled in, this is an enticing lot for any U.S. collector regardless of interest. In addition to the #1, there is a nice selection of classics with other better, such as 116 and 153, revenue on pages, and a ton of modern mint. In a mint sheet folder and bags containing blocks, strips, mini-sheets and booklets, the total face value easily exceeds $2300. I even found a Legends of the West recalled sheet, but you might not want to use this one for postage! There's also a postal stationery album loaded with cut squares, entires and postal cards, a mix of mint and FDCs. Speaking of FDCs, there are three gigantic binders loaded with over 1,300 covers from #620 to 1128 including blocks and cachet varieties. Also, the aforementioned binder of FDC panes from 1998-2012 consisting of over 100 panes, as well as a few other surprises, Fine to Very Fine, Inspection encouraged. Shipping charges apply - weight 88 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $2,500-3,000
SOLD for $2,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
118   imageU.S., "Get To Later" Goodies, mint and used, 19th & 20th Century. A stack of items on various cards and stocksheets ranging from nothing to quite nice, this was squiirelled away by an old codger that was only in the acquisition mode, we note some highlights such as used: 241; 17(2); 30A; 38; 70; 78; 95; 119; 155; 191; 229(2); 311-2; 477; 500(2) and mint: 93 block unused; 294-99; 294 block; 330; 369; 832g; C4 block plus a lot more, one can easily sell these online or retail as many are VF and up, of course some fine and the occasional fault but a fun little group, have a peak as we've listed it very conservatively, generally Fine to Very Fine or better. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $2,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
119   imageU.S., Wide-ranging and Useful Balance of Collection. Many hundreds of glassines or dealer's cards, with material ranging from 1851 to the present; nice mix of mint, never hinged and used, with light duplication on some; most singles, but note used multiples (block of six #834, for example), plate blocks, booklet panes, booklets, a few souvenir sheets, etc.; some gems and Extremely Fine material mixed in; over $5,000 in Scott catalogue value, plus an additional $350 in better face; generally fresh and sound, and a boon to the online or bourse dealer, Fine to Very Fine with much better, inspection invited. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.6 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
120   imageU.S., Mint & Used Accumulation, 1861-2004. Fairly large assemblage of an album, folders, souvenir and cover books and a few small boxes covering a wide range of material. There is a 95% mint collection in mounts on quadrille pages from 1920-79 featuring many better items, such as a MNH #595, mint Kansas overprint set (some NH), Farley gutter pairs and blocks and a mint Prexie set. We have a binder with numerous souvenir folders and large-size FDCs, a 10-volume hardcover book set of the "Celebrate the Century" issued by the Postal Service, a couple of boxes and two cover books filled with mint and used postal stationery, a few items of which are perhaps suspect, but nevertheless some of the scarcer die varieties. There are also various covers, mostly special event but also some FDCs and a very good selection of nautical postcards. Lastly, a small box with some high-end material, such as used examples of 71, 76, 152, 162, E4 to name but a few., Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 48 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
121   imageU.S., Savory Mulligatawny Accumulation/Stock Base Holding. Presented in albums, binders, glassines and as loose pages, a broad and well-duplicated compilation to replenish your show and online offerings; the box of glassines are generally in order and identified, with the earliest item spotted being #11 and running through about 1935, with Airs, Dues, Revenues, Ducks, Postal Notes, Telegraphs and Locals; binders include manila stock pages (some stuffed, some organized…some not), a plate block collection running ca. 1951-1980 (Liberty Series to $1, Prominent Americans to $5), plus black stockpages with much additional material; condition varies, the earlies offering a nice array of cancels; worth a bit of time to sift and sort, Fine to Very Fine, inspection invited. Shipping charges apply - weight 49 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $2,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
122   imageU.S., Extensive Consular Service Fee Stamp Accumulation, 1906-37. A very nice accumulation of Consular Service Fee stamps with many better values, such as RK8 (pair), RK9 (2), RK11, RK25 and blocks of four of RK2, RK6, RK21 & RK31. There are around 35 documents with attached stamp(s), many with better values or just downright interesting, such as a bisect usage (RK19a) on an invoice cancelled in Stavanger, Norway, a visa issued in Warsaw bearing RK14, RK33 & RK35 (pair), even a German Empire passport from the 1920s with RK20 affixed to an enclosed visa issued in Frankfurt. An absolute must for any U.S. collector of revenues! Fine to Very Fine, Entire lot viewable online. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,900.00
Will close during Public Auction
123   imageU.S., Tail-End of a Fine Consignment. A true caboose lot with a bit of this, a bit of that…something for everyone; we note plate number singles of several high-value issues along with #RW4, RW53, RW55, RW57 and RW58 (2); a slew of mint face, most 5¢ and up and including multiple booklets, etc.; a two-volume White Ace plate block collection (1951-70), First Day Covers, commercial mail, a bit of UN, etc., etc.; no screaming rarities, but a wealth of useful and salable material, Fine to Very Fine with much better, inspection invited. Shipping charges apply - weight 32 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
124 og   imageUnited States, Engravings, Documents, and Covers, 1872-2005. 28 engravings of prominent Civil War era figures including Cornelius Vanderbilt, Richard Henry See, Col Elmer Ellsworth, Maj Gen Nathan Banks, John Vanderbilt, Brig Gen Abraham Duryee, Gen McClennan, Andrew Johnson, Samuel F Dupont, Ambrose Burnsides, B F Butler, Nathan Banks, David Farragut, William Rosencrans, James Shield, John Wool, Nathan Lyon, Joseph Hooker, Henry Hallack, Winfield Scott, Ormsby Mitchell, Charles Wilkes, Edwin Sumner, James Fremont and Andrew Foote; dozens of wonderful documents including 1871 Confederate States of America 7% Cotton loan (with 4 coupons clipped), 1872 vault title with revenue stamp, 1926 and 1927 stock certificates for American Bank Note Co, a clear title for a home in Philadelphia with several documents with revenue stamps attached from the mid-19th century, 1791 pension receipt for $18, 1811 New York judgement demanding $14.34, 1770 shipping document, 1763 Pennsylvania document, 1849 and 1852 Pennsylvania deeds, 1784 shipping document, 1763 Newport RI lawyer's bill, 1804 stampless letter from Georgetown DC to Baltimore; also at least 150 interesting envelopes including a hundred 2c Harding Memorial (both perforated and imperforated) on commercial covers, Q4 on uprated envelope, a binder with a few dozen early round trip Contract Air Mail (CAM) routes, a $2 Harding used on cover as partial franding on Registered mail from stamp dealer, and much more; you will have loads of fun with this lot, Fine to Very Fine. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction
125 og   imageUnited States, Delicious Mish Mash to Explore, 1862-2005. Remnants from several collections arrived in six cartons; like a box of chocolates, you never know what you'll get (unless you come to examine it first); numerous albums including White Ace with Columbian to 10c then mostly mint 1926-1946 including Prexies to $5 Coolidge, Minkus 1926-1958 mint, and Scott American 1936-1968; early plate blocks including 498, 525, 548, 549, 628, C16, National Parks perforated and Special Printings, plus several dozen more; hundreds of better worldwide postcards with commemorative cancels as well as dozens of US mint entires; several 1904 World's Fair fancy cancels on period postcards; folder stuffered with dozens of revenues on documents; Supersafe black stockbook with Christmas Seals from 1907-1976; fascinating study of the 1932 5c and 7c Washington issues for double transfer, re-entry, and scratches as well as 1c Franklin and 2c Washington studies; wonderful 1939 Elmer Long Christmas Seal Album about half full (or is that half empty?); expect the full range of condition from faulty to flawless; lots of hidden value for the treasure hunter, Fine to Very Fine. (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
126   imageU.S., Uncut Press Sheets, 1994-2014. Over 60 press sheets housed in nine tubes with light duplication. Legends of Hollywood (Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Humphrey Bogart, etc), Celebrate the Century, Civil War, Legends of the West, Jimi Hendrix Forever among many others including higher denominations, such as Space Achievement & Exploration and the $3 Mars Pathfinder. Owner states face value in the neighborhood of $2150, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 19.2 lbs. (Image)

Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
127 P   imageAccumulation of Production Proofs and Press Photos, 1960s-80s. With three difficult-to-find production proofs, each showing enlarged stamp image along with color and saturation scales, plus approximately 600 black and white press photos to announce new stamp, postal card and souvenir card issues, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.2 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Estimate $750-1,000
SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction
128   imageU.S., Mint Sheet Accumulation, 1922-97. A stack of mint sheets totaling well over $600 in face, but you probably do not want to use all of it for postage. There's a number of better stamps in full sheets from the 1920s & 1930s, like 551, 644, 649-50, 655, 680, 682, 703, 709, 734, 744, 747, 749, 855 (2), 878, 888, 890 & 892, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 13.4 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $600-800
SOLD for $950.00
Will close during Public Auction

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