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Specialized Collections
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
225   imageU.S., Jaw Dropping EFO Stock, 1882-2019. Thousands of stamps in 6 stockbooks covering the gambit of imperfs, color omitted, misperfs, misregistration, paper folds and more; over 50 different imperfs (some with mild duplication) including 1699a unlisted PB of 12 ($2,100+), 1618Cd block, 4 pair 1304e ($250), 2489b block of 6, 2 pair 2551a ($600), 1787a vertical with plate number ($325+), 1769b block ($2,000), 1908a strip of 6 Plate 3 ($1,500), and C82a LP ($375); color omited includes a stunning 16 stamp block of 1432a (5) and 1432b (4) unlisted ($4,225++), 2955a block of 4 ($800), and several others; hundreds of crazy misperfs and bizzare color misregistration resulting in some spectacular stamps; an online dealer could go for years with this lot, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $15,000 - 20,000. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Video5 for this lot) (Video6 for this lot) (Video7 for this lot) (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Estimate $15,000-20,000
SOLD for $30,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
226   imageU.S., Imperfs, Misperfs, and Other EFOs, 1917-1995. Centering varies GREATLY in this packed mint sheet binder; thousands of mint stamps, often in sheets, show just how wrong stamp production can go; extensive study of Scott 498 including block of 15 with 2 plate numbers and bizzare perfs (one imperf stamp), block of 20 with missing plate number, plate blocks with cracked plate; 504 double transfer, numerous 505 misperfs and paper creases, 1394 progressive misperf over 10 sheets; 12 examples (including plate singles and pairs) of 2540b ($750) as well as strange miscut sheet; 4 sheets 2541 with perf bisecting eagle's head and 2 sheets with color shift (Face alone is $300), several butchered 2194 minisheets, beautiful 25c Savings stamp sheet before it got perforated (now the plate number in comfortably inside the stamp),complete sheet of 2723A ($1,060), three 1591b untagged sheets ($600), definitive and commemorative sized gummed and perforated blank sheets, 2111 complete gummed imperf sheets (5) plus 2 perf sheets with red tape (stunning), jaw dropping $1 O'Neil (1294) sheet with half profoundly underinked, 1735 imperf sheet, three sheets of imperf 1894 ($1,500), five complete imperf sheets of 2897a, fascinating 1890a sheet half perfed, two rows blind perfs, and three rows imperf; 1597e sheet with a row perfed, a blind row, and 8 rows imperf (also an imperf plate strip of 20 and block of 36) as well as 2 complete imperf sheets and two with a single row of blind perfs, and dozens of sheets unmentioned; a TON of catalog here, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000. (Video for this lot) (Image)

Estimate $10,000-15,000
SOLD for $20,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
227   imageU.S., 1861 to Banknotes, Phenomenal Fancy Cancels. Presented in two volumes, about 400 items mostly off-cover, and includes: pictorial; faces; masks; shields; paid, colors; US; letters; NYFM; kicking mule; steamship; Bee; masonic; shoe; Waterbury; Apple; stars; leaves; crosses; skull and bones; Albany Lincoln; man in coffin; gengerbread man (2); each item identified and/or priced at very low retail to about $750 each, includes South Hanson MA pictorial locomotive on a #210 (we do not like it and it hasn't been counted), substantial value and uncommon to find such a nice holding intact, buy now as we haven't seen one this nice in a while, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $10,000 - 15,000. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $10,000-15,000
SOLD for $9,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
228 og   imageU.S., The Balance of a Powerful Specialized Collection of Proofs. A tremendous mounted collection balance beginning with #3P2-4P2 & 3P4-4P4 and including five pages of 1861-66 proofs including six 1861 First Design; five pages of 1870-71 N.B.N.Co. proofs, including a 10¢ imprint & plate number strip of 7 and a 15¢ imprint & plate number block of 12; four pages of 1873-79 C.B.N.Co. & A.B.N.Co. proofs including 1¢-3¢ & 7¢-90¢ plate proof on India blocks of 4; nine pages of 1881-82 A.B.N.Co. (205-209) proofs including plate proofs on card singles & blocks, 1¢, 6¢ & 10¢ "Roosevelts", #205-E2 on full card and 5¢, 1¢, 3¢ & 10¢ large die proofs; six pages of 1883-88 A.B.N.Co. proofs (210-218) including five "Roosevelts" & two large die proofs; six pages of 1890 A.B.N.Co. proofs including complete plate proofs on card and 5¢, 6¢ & 10¢-90¢ blocks of 4; three pages of First Bureau proofs; and a stocksheet of unmounted proofs, which includes 6¢, 8¢ & 15¢ First Bureau large die proofs (reduced). Condition is just about all clean and F-VF, with a small flaw here and there. All-in-all, a truly extraordinary lot.
Scott $24,500 Estimate $6,000 - 8,000. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7) (Image8) (Image9) (Image10) (Image11) (Image12) (Image13) (Image14) (Image15) (Image16) (Image17) (Image18) (Image19) (Image20) (Image21) (Image22) (Image23) (Image24) (Image25) (Image26) (Image27) (Image28) (Image29) (Image30) (Image31) (Image32) (Image33) (Image34) (Image35) (Image36) (Image37) (Image38) (Image39) (Image40) (Image41) (Image42) (Image43) (Image44) (Image45)

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Estimate $6,000-8,000
SOLD for $9,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
229   imageU.S., Fresh Dealer's First Day Cover Stock, 1942-2019. Massive ultra-clean dealer's stock of approximately 4,800 premium covers ready to be put to work; extensive holdings include Kapner, Grandy, Farnam, Fidelity, Sanders, Von Glen, Ioor, Fulton, Fleetwood (both classic and extensive modern), Coronado, Ferryman, Crosby, Staehle, Historic Arts, Grimsland, PentArts, Aristocrats, Ken Boll, Anderson, Spartan as well as hundreds of unaddressed Fluegel from 1948-68; several dozen unusual First Cachets; vast majority are individually sleeved and annotated with cachetmaker and priced; owner's retail over $66,800, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 100 lbs.
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000. (Image)

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Estimate $6,000-8,000
SOLD for $4,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
230   imageU.S., Dealer's Private Stock First Day Covers, 1929-2016. 1675+ better FDCs in 15 Showgard albums; a breathtaking smattering of First Day Covers from the earliest cachets to the best of today; the first four volumes are all 1st cachets from the 1930s forward for a total of an astounding 425+ envelopes; the remaining 1250+ are premium artists including Fluegel, Fleetwood/Knapp, Staehle, Fairway, Smart Craft, Crosby, Gundel, Pavios, Kapner, Dyer, Top Notch, Clifford, Ioor, Griffin, Imperial, Fleetwood (Ducks), Pilgrim, Historic Arts, Fidelity, Beverly Hills, 1st Artcraft ($350), Poormon (6 diff), Weigand hand painted (19 diff), 1st Aero-Print, 1st Barcus, 1st Horn, 1st Tyndall, 1st Habbert, Fulton hand painted (3 diff), Doris Gold hand painted, Wright hand painted, Knoble hand painted, Adler hand painted, Goldberg (4), Griffin (9), 1st Williams, 1st Egolf ($150), Williams (4), 1st Horseheads Rotary ($150), Mauck, Roessler, 7 Beazell ($2,100), 1st Jenkins, 1st Linprint, Stoutzenberg, 1st Decker and much more; obviously a labour of love to assemble; owner retail price nearly $60,000, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 47 lbs.
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Video5 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $6,000-8,000
SOLD for $4,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
231   imageU.S., Massive Old-School First Day Cover Dealer's Stock, 1922-40. 3200+ classic First Day Cover (most sleeved) in four long cardboard dealer's drawers; drawer 1 begins with Scott 551 and runs through 727, printed cachets around 634 including Roesseler, Gorham, Mauk, 1st Adam Bert, Earnest Smalley, 1st Henry Moye, 1st Ganser, 1st Shockley, 1st Ploch, Garfield Perry, Hux Cut, Egolf, Klotzbach, 1st Perry Harold, Nickles, Stoutzenberg, 1st Nicoll Co Wheeling, 1st Herman Gordon, Leo August, 1st Douglas Stamp Co, 1st V H Jenkins, Ioor, 1st Linprint, 1st Nelson White, 1st Olympic Cover Co, 1st Adelphia Stamp Co, John Gill, Baxter, Rice, Faiway, 1st R A Griffin, 1st Daniel Webster Commission, and 1st Gordon Davidson; drawer 2 picks up around 731 and ends at 802, exquisite cachets, many in multiple colors and with some unlisted or autographed, the sleeves usually have the catalog number, cachet maker, and a retail price ($15-$50); drawer 3 begins with the Prexies (through 50c), National Parks, and Army Navy; drawer 4 goes through 1939 (with a handful of Fleetwood in the 1940s) before a serious plunge in Airmail beginning with C7, not neglected are Special Delivery, postal entires, aerograms, and Special Handling; clearly a mix of addressed and unaddressed as well as minor faults as to be expected; preview this lot as it can serve as a cornerstone for servicing your most demanding clientele, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 57 lbs.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500. (Image)

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Estimate $5,000-7,500
SOLD for $3,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
232   imageU.S., Extensive Hand-Colored Collins First Day Cover Collection, 1978-97. Approximately 1400 presented in 12 Nuance binders, beginning with his sold-out American Quilts and the scarce (48 produced) A102 variety with blue Mountain State Philatelic Center pictorial cancel; sought after by collectors for superior cachets, attention to detail, and frequent bonus postmarks which set Collins apart from the run-of-the-mill servicers; no duplication noted; this would make a great addition to your collection or surefire stock for the austute dealer, Fine to Very Fine, see a sampling online. Shipping charges apply - weight 44 lbs.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $5,000-7,500
SOLD for $3,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
233 C18 imageU.S., 1933, 50¢ "Chicago" Zeppelin (Scott C18). lot of 203 mint copies, 108 are never hinged, 85 lightly hinged and 10 faulty; the usual natural gum skips and bends are to be expected here and there, but otherwise Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $12,375 Estimate $3,500 - 5,000. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7) (Image8) (Image9) (Image10)

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Estimate $3,500-5,000
SOLD for $2,900.00
Will close during Public Auction
234   imageU.S., Bevil Collection of "Special Covers", 1992-2000. Approximately 375 hand-colored limited edition First Day Covers in four albums, the covers' "Special" nature being either artist proofs, plate number singles, plate number coils or a combination cover; highlights include Canoe PNC #1, Elvis unofficial cancels, and artist proofs of 29¢ Baseball, many WWII, American Aircraft, Movie Monsters as well as many Celebrate the Century; a great specialized collection worthy of a complete review, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 13 lbs.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,500-5,000
SOLD for $2,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
235   imageU.S., Fancy Cancels of Watkins NY, 1869-1929. Mounted exhibit containing fancy cancels of Watkins NY; 11 envelopes and one postal card as well as one stamp; includes left pane of Scott 657 as well as vintage Post Office correspondence and a lovely photograph of the engraving from which the stamp was created; absolutely top drawer, Very Fine.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

Estimate $3,500-5,000
CLOSED
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236   imageU.S., Extensive Dealer Stock of Ham Hand-Painted First Day Covers, 1979-2001. Approximately 700 unaddressed First Day Covers by the talented, fanciful, and innovative cachet-maker; sometimes festooned with feathers or covered with cloth, stickers or even puzzle pieces, he never fails to deliver; multicolored and rarely in quantities greater than 25; in exceptional condition with minimal duplication perfect for online sales or stock for shows, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 10.8 lbs.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000. (Image)

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Estimate $3,500-5,000
SOLD for $2,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
237 cover   imagePrexie Series Covers & Postal History, 1938-58. 3500+ Presidential Series-related envelopes; excellent range of solos, combination usages, registered, rate combos, postal tags, censors, special delivery, airmail including Clipper mail, return to sender, advertising covers, overseas usage, perfins, patriotics, FDCs, coil usage, insured mail tags, RPOs, and more; convenience overpaid 14¢ and 22¢ solo covers noted; around the world registered envelope from Washington DC to Annapolis MD via Hong Kong and London with $2 Harding on 6¢ entire mailed on first day of issue; Wells Fargo bank tag with 9 perfin stamps (including two $2); FAM-18 to Germany with complete horizontal coil set; bisect usage on cover; exceptional lot for the specialist with many select usages, Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 46.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7) (Image8) (Image9) (Image10) (Image11) (Image12) (Image13) (Image14) (Image15) (Image16) (Image17) (Image18) (Image19) (Image20) (Image21) (Image22) (Image23) (Image24) (Image25) (Image26)

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Estimate $3,000-4,000
SOLD for $2,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
238   imageU.S., 2¢ Washington Specialized Mint Collection, 1908-19. Very nicely presented and detailed collection of the 2¢ Washington organized by catalog number from #332 to 540 with just a few used, precancels and a few covers, otherwise entirely mint. 78 pages of singles, pairs, strips and blocks of various sizes, many with plate number, imprint and/or star, arrow, center line, spacing variants, as well as coils (some line pairs) imperfs (some with vending & affixing machine perfs) and some perfins. An excellent reference collection or for anyone interested in early 20th century U.S. philately. Owner states CV in excess of $16,000+, Much NH and generally Fine to Very Fine or better. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.4 lbs.
Estimate $3,000 - 3,500. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,000-3,500
SOLD for $2,900.00
Will close during Public Auction
239   imageU.S., Exposition & Celebration Picture Postcard Collection, 1899-1926. 575+ extraordinary postcards and ephemera related to early 20th century expositions in 4 binders; don't let the hideous old binders fool you, these exquisite cards (some mint and others postally used with show cancels) properly displayed form a difficult to duplicate foundation for a collection or the makings of several fascinating philatelic exhibits; 1899 Greater American Exposition, Book of Views from the Omaha event; 1901 Pan-American Exposition, about 70 cards from Buffalo; 1904 St Louis World's Fair, 20 cards; 1909 Hudson-Fulton Celebration, about 70 postcards from New York, and an Official Program; 1909 Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition, about 75 postcards including about 20 haunting color images of Inuit; 1911 Appalachian Exposition, 2 postcards from Knoxville (who knew?); 1915 Panama-California Exposition, 180+ from this San Diego event; and the 1926 Sesquicentennial International Exposition, 7 cards from Philidelphia; includes about 30 off color (but interesting) turn of the century cards, and 20 related to April Fools Day, including one with fancy cancel and bold April 1st postmark; while condition varies most look remarkably fresh and attractive, Very Good to Excellent. Shipping charges apply - weight 20.2 lbs.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,000-4,000
SOLD for $2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
240   imageU.S., Eight & Ten Cent Denomination EFOs, 1970-1975. Many thousands of modern misperfs, inking, and color misregistration (many in full sheets) in a bulging binder; 1434-35 (double row perfs), 1455 (10 sheets crazy misaligned), 1472, 1508, 1473 (bizzaro), 1473, 1463, 1469, 1468, 1507, 1439, 1445, 1440-43, 1485, 1486, 1484a (3 vrt imperf plate strips of 16) cats $3,840++, 1479 (stunning color shift), 1478 (equally stunning), 1476, 1559, 1477, 1504, 1464-67 (27 sheets), 1480-83, 1470 (shift is a showstopper), 1461, 1436, 1426, 1474, 1471, 1499, 1453 (great paper fold at plate number), 1489-98, 1444, 1488, 1166 (nothing wrong here, signed by PMG), 1431, 1433 (crazy perfs and color shift), 1041, 1041B, 1338Fi (4 strips of 20 stamp imperf plate blocks) plus numerous imperf pairs, 1285, 1396, 1427-1430, 1503, 1447 (great progressive missing color sheet), 1660, 1579, 1525, three 1551a panes with certs ($1,575), 1548, 1556 blue in on reverse with cert, 1569-70, 1506, C76 sheet with overink through to back, 1527, 1529, 1511, 1542 (amazing misperf and color shift), 1505, 1509a (full sheet plus 3 partials with plate numbers), 1286, 1538-41, 1576, 1555a block ($1,800), 1565-68, 1557, 1558, 1580a two imperf sheets ($4,250++),1571, 1510, 1577-78, 1583, and many more; In a mere sliver of the lot we note listed items achieving well above $10,000 which does not begin to reflect the value of the unlisted items in this treasure trove, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

Estimate $3,000-4,000
SOLD for $15,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
241   imageU.S., Powerful Dirigible Covers Collection, 1931-35. Approximately 350 fascinating lighter-than-air envelopes, postcards, and photographs in three albums; well over 100 classic autographs on flown and commemorative airships including USS Akron, USS Macon, TC-13, K-2, Defender, K-125, Enterprise, Reliance and America; notables include C E Rosendahl (numerous), P F Randolph, Ernest Jahncke, A H Dresel, G Campbell, Hugo Eckener, R J Blair, W G Crosby, C M Cowart, S H Sheppard, R D Wilson, Raymond Rodwick, R W Crosier, Ray Hortan, Wilfred Bushnell, Herbert Wiley, Richard Deal, Moody Erwin, Alger Dresel, A J Sewell, W L Massic, Verner Smith, Capt Walker, A H Voss, J R McRants, P S Ryan, W J Shaffer, H V Wiley, E F Cochran, George Steele, Harold Miller, F C Simpler, P W Litchfield, M R Pine, Lester Pritchett, T G Settle, L A Larson, E J Sullivan, W R Peeler, and many more; one USS Macon envelope has 12 signatures, another 17, and yet another an amazing 27 autographs; a few lovely hand-painted covers as well as numerous ring raisings, inaugural flights, training missions, overflights, ship-to-shore, and memorials, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 11.4 lbs.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,000-4,000
SOLD for $3,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
242   imageU.S., A Solid Wall of First Day Covers, 1935-2018. 50 binders (and several drawers) of First Day Covers spanning over 75 years; virtually all have printed cachets from the most popular cachet makers of the period and well mixed between addressed and unaddressed; several hundred premium sets from Bronesky, 1st Ben Kopel, Imperial, Scatchard, Scrampy, Historic Arts, Pavois, Torkel Gundel, Bates, Ioor and more; with vast majority in binders, there is a box of at least 100 oversized envelopes, all told there are 7,000+ envelopes; very clean drawers of United Nations FDCs (including a nice selection of Airmail) in excess of 3,000 covers; included are BEP and UN type show cards with mild duplication; tremendous stock for the dealer with eager customers, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500. (Image)

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Estimate $2,500-3,500
SOLD for $2,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
243   imageU.S., Staehle Premium First Day Cover Stock, 1943-50. Approximately 675 better First Day Covers in a long dealer's box; vast majority are unaddressed, sleeved, and sporting the Scott catalog number; duplication is mild; these are the covers your customers are clamoring for, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 7.6 lbs.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500. (Image)

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Estimate $2,500-3,500
SOLD for $2,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
244   imageU.S., Trove of Collins Hand-painted First Day Covers, 1930-2016. Over 600 better limited edition envelopes in a deep dealer's box; long list of wonderful artists represented with vast majority sleeved; cachet makers include Collins (480+), Pasley Classic (46), Kribbs Kover (3), A O Henry, Dan Mangus (3), Vaughn Hord (9), Tom Morrissey, Bevil (16), T M Weddle, Silverwing, David Peterman (2), Karen's Cachets (6), Heluva Covers, T M Weddle (21) and R T Bellik (13); there are also a handful of mostly uncacheted covers from the 1930s, includes C25-C31 complete with Anderson cachet; this lot calls for a dealer with an online presence who needs fresh stock, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 11.6 lbs.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500. (Image)

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Estimate $2,500-3,500
SOLD for $1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
245   imageU.S., Mae Weigand Hand Painted Collection, 1942-1943. Approximately 230 very collectable covers postmarked with hand cancels throughout the country during WWII, housed in three attractive UN Covers flip binders; mild to moderate duplication of her work showing nation flags set against an outline of the Statue of Liberty; overall condition is quite good and does not suffer from glue staining often observed during the period; golden opportunity to stock up on personally fashioned artwork from a glorious age, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 10 lbs.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
246   imageU.S., Stampless to Fancy Cancel Collection, 1851-1925. About 250 items of postal history individually sleeved in a dealer's drawer; stampless folded letters from the 1830s; a few Bloods Local acid tied; stamps on cover include Scott 7, two with 9, 10, 24 (3), 26A, five with 73, and others; 64b on a stained Patriotic cancelled Baltimore; several unused Civil War Patriotics; 35 with Steamboat cancel; mint Hawaii postal stationery including UX2 (2), UX3, UX6, UX8a, UY1, UY2m, UY4m, UY4r; early US postal stationery including U139, UY3, UX3, U111a, U262, U293, UX10 Columbian Expo, U351; Christmas Seals on postcards 1911 (4), 1915, 1918, 1922, 1925 (2); Wells Fargo (about a dozen); about 10 Railroad covers; and lastly 150+ Banknote Fancy Cancels, Rates, Redirected, etc; includes 10 reference pages of Banknotes on piece with fake cancels; powerful lot for dealer or collector, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000. (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
247   imageU.S., Fancy Cancels on Cover Collection, 1857-1891. 60+ envelopes and postal cards mounted on quadrille pages; includes interesting fancy cancels including Route, Cancelled, CityDate, Correct, Direction, Free, Month, Letter Number, Steam, Ship, Steamboat, Railroad Ticket, Time, U S Ship, Way, Words, Stage, Paquebot, and Railroad Marking; Interesting, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.4 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
248   imageU.S., Washington/Franklin Specialized Mint Collection, 1908-18. Very nicely presented and detailed collection of the Washington/Franklin series from the 3¢ to $1 organized by catalog number from #333 to 535. A 99% mint collection of singles, pairs, strips and blocks of various sizes, many with plate number and arranged in ascending order, as well as coils (some line pairs) imperfs (some with vending & affixing machine perfs), some perfins and even a few misperfs. An excellent reference collection or for anyone interested in early 20th century U.S. philately. Owner states CV in excess of $7,750+, Much NH and generally Fine to Very Fine or better. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.4 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $2,300.00
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249   imageU.S., 1¢ Washington/Franklin Specialized Mint Collection, 1908-21. Very nicely presented and detailed collection of both the Franklin and Washington 1¢ denomination organized by catalog number from #331 to 543 with just a handful of used, precancels and a few covers, otherwise entirely mint. Over 70 pages of singles, pairs, strips and blocks of various sizes, many with plate number, imprint and/or star, arrow, center line, spacing variants, as well as coils (some line pairs) imperfs (some with vending & affixing machine perfs), some perfins and a few Shanghai overprints. An excellent reference collection or for anyone interested in early 20th century U.S. philately. Owner states CV in excess of $8000+, Much NH and generally Fine to Very Fine or better. Shipping charges apply - weight 5 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,800.00
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250   imageU.S., Spotless Fluegel First Day Cover Dealer Stock, 1945-68. About 800 extremely popular, full-color covers in a long transport tray; unlike many envelopes from this era, there is virtually no toning and all appear unaddressed; the perfect stock for the online operation catering to the fastidious collector, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 8.4 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
251   imageU.S., Cream of the Crop Torkel Gundel First Day Cover Collection, 1929-40. 225 or so of many of the finest cachets of the era; widely recognized for his artistic flair and multicolor printing, these pre-war covers would grace any collection; both addressed and unaddressed observed as well as very little toning (except on an 855 Baseball) so often from this period; early material including 681, 717, 773, and the Famous American series; several blocks noted as well as two examples boldly autographed by the artist; a shrewd investment to stock the cupboards for your better clients, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.8 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
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252   imageU.S., Specialized Mostly Used Classics Collection, 1852-1935. Extensive collection in three binders, either in mounts on pages or in stocksheets, presenting various color shades, double transfers, recuts, worn, cracked and other plate flaws, watermark orientation, fancy and various color cancellations, etc. Numerous better stamps, many in duplication, such as #9 (4), 69, 71, 76, 78 (5), 89, 96 (2), 115 (3), 149 (3), 151, 152, 190, 217, 260 and even a few mint sprinkled in, like 205, 237 (2), 288. A fun and insightful lot waiting for a new home, Generally Fine to Very Fine, Entire lot viewable online. Shipping charges apply - weight 11.4 lbs.
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253   imageU.S., Classic Polar Exploration Collection, 1927-76. 26 mostly better Polar covers from a long-lost era in a 3-ring binder; 1927 Wilkins Arctic Second Season Detroit News (AAMS PP57a) flown 12,000 miles by air and 100 miles on foot signed by Hurbert Wilkins (cat $600), 1928 Third Season Detroit News (AAMS PP64) Alaska to Spitsbergen autographed by Wilkins (cat $675), 1928 First Powered Flight in the Antarctic (AAMS PP72a) signed by Carl Ben Eielson and Hurbert Wilkins and reused for the 1931 Wilkins-Ellsworth Trans-Arctic Submarine Expedition (cat $350), Minkus cachet on envelope postmarked at Little America, Antarctica and signed by R E Byrd at the South Pole, Dustin Trans-Polar Flight Around the World (AAMS PP356) with printed letter, Byrd lecture tour covers, Bernt Balchen signature on 1930 envelope, scarce Byrd III Expedition paquebot envelope from the USS North Star, five seldom seen USS Bear covers (Byrd III) including day of arrival in January 1940 and two from Evacuation of East Base in March (including wonderful letter on USS Bear stationery the day of the emergency evacuation, 1960 airmail envelope postmarked Ladd AFB from Fletcher's Ice Island (T-3) and a similar timeframe cover from the International Geodetic Greenland Expedition, and lastly an autographed envelope from Australian Hurbert Wilkins; classic material from both poles of the globe, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.4 lbs.
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254   imageU.S., 15¢ Honeybee Entires with Brown Omitted. 75 copies of #U599a, plus some normal for comparison. Scott CV $7,500., Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. (Image)

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255   imageU.S., Massive Babe Ruth FDC Collection, 1983. 900+ different (200 of these handcolored or hand drawn) baseball FDC envelopes housed in 5 Fleetwood binders; cachetmakers include Hall, Adams, American Postal Arts, Aristocrat, Arlo, ArtCraft, Artmaster, Artopages, Ashley, Babbitt's, Bazaar, Bowie, Centennial, Cliff's, Colorano, Elite, EduCachet, Farnam, Gamm, Garis, Gill, Glen, Globe, Goldcraft, H&M, Hudeck, Jemm, Justice, King, Kornas, Kribb's, Land's End, LEB, Marj, Maury, Mirrorcraft, Mount Penn, Myers, Namake, Philgraf, Post, RL/NSC, Roberts, Thelen, Santog, Singling Hills, and Slavin; premium include JBA, Applegate, BV Cachets, David "C" Cachets, Collins, Riggs, Rank, Ellis, Den's, Emmy, Everett, Judith Fogt, Melissa Fox, Gundel, Goldberg, Ham, Gary, Murry, Ike, Irby, Remmick, Gamm, McNatt, Pasley, Pugh, Roberts, Scott, Skat, Walsh, Weddle, Andrews, and Wild Horse; an out of the park collection of the Sultan of Swat, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 27.2 lbs.
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256   imageU.S., Pristine Collins Hand-Painted Cover Collection, 1981-2003. About 425 premium covers (mostly Collins) arranged in sets; Collins includes unique 1981-1993 Christmas collection (35), Circus (4), Dinosaurs (9), Endangered species (15), Playing fields (9), WWII (30), wildflowers (7), Greetings from America (19), Ameripex 86 (34), Great Plains Praire (9), Celebrate the Century 1970 (11), Celebrate the Century 1990 (11), 1996 Olympic Games (13), Civil War (7), Transportation issue (10), Oregon Trail (7), Flags (5); some J Pugh and a little House of Farnam; top drawer material sleeved and ready for sale, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.6 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $950.00
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257   imageU.S., Tsunami of Used Washington/Franklins, 1908-21. Eleven stockbooks, two binders, two glassine files and fourteen tubs, all add up to tens of thousands of stamps. The binders and stockbooks are arranged first by denomination and then by cat number with page after page of singles, blocks, pairs and strips separated by varieties, such as straight-edged, perfins, those with plate numbers, and also the various shades, town cancels and precancels, imperfs with the various vending & affixing machine perforations, etc. There are definitely some better varieties here and perhaps others waiting to be discovered. Obviously with this amount of stamps, condition will vary, but generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 58 lbs.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. (Image)

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SOLD for $1,600.00
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258   imageU.S., Comprehensive Airship Collection, 1924-30. 60 flown or commemorative envelopes and postcards from American and Canadian airships as well as photographs and magazine articles from the era; USS Shenandoah includes San Diego Naval Air Station postmarked cover signed by 7 including Frank McCrary, 1st commander of the Shenandoah, envelope signed by Jerome C. Hunsaker, designer of the Shenandoah, atypical cover signed CE Rosendahl, Shenandoah navigator on envelope postmarked July 3, 1925 and backstamped Bar Harbor but without ship postmark FLOWN on Shenandoah (catalog $750), unflown Shenandoah cover created by Roessler (catalog $250), autographs from airship tender USS Patoka, as well as newspaper clippings, photographs and notorized fabric swatch from the wrecked Shenandoah; flown mail on the USS Los Angeles from New York to Bermuda including nice Scott C6 paying rate with Feb 19th cancel (and Rosendahl signature), two dated April 15th (one with Rosendahl autograph) and a fourth on April 18, two return Hamilton to Lakehurst covers, as well as a pair of Lakehurst to San Juan (one is franked 617-619), there is also two San Juan to Lakehurst return covers; USS Akron pilots W T Van Orman and A F MacCraken signed a ring laying cover, great note with autograph of William A. Moffett on Akron ring laying envelope, typed letter signed by Moffett on Bureau of Aeronautics letterhead, many other wonderful autographed covers including one signed by R V Litchfield, President of Goodyear, Admiral Moffett, and Karl Armstein, chief engineer at Luftschiffbau, three signatures on Los Angeles transfer of command including Captain Clarke, 5 autographs on commemorative cover for Los Angeles at Guantanamo Bay; scarce Canadian R-100 from Montreal signed by the Captain, 1st Officer, and a Rigger; this material is hard to find and well worth your examination, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.4 lbs.
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259   imageU.S., Better Collection of Early First Day Covers, 1922-1939. 235+ pre-war First Day Covers in two binders; most are before the era of cachets; FDCs include 551, 554, 559 ($275), 560 registered blk ($190+), 564 ($185 x2), 567 ($600), 569 ($800), 587-590, 610, 611, 612 ($100), 614-616 ($150), 617-619 ($150 x2), 620-621, 622-623, 634, 638, 684, 685, 720b ($100), 692 ($100), 694 ($100), C18 ($200) and a C18 blk of 4 ($200+), and lots more; you have the common stuff, this is your chance to own the good stuff, Fine to Very Fine.
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SOLD for $1,800.00
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260 og   imageU.S., Stamp Essays - The Balance from a Large Specialized Collection. An exceptional group comprising Scott numbers 11-E3c (3 different colors), 11-E8b (2 different), 11-E10b (5 different plus 2 duplicates), 63-E13f (2) & g (1), 73-E3e-73-E5e (sheet of 9, red on pink laid), 75-E5 var. (5 different colors on card plus one Brazer 75-Ej, "probably counterfeit"), 79-E30n (small), 205-E2 (on full card), 184-E5e (11 singles, 2 blocks of 4 and 2 blocks of 10), and 184-E5g (6 singles & 10 pairs), and 190-E2a (6 different). A marvelous lot, virtually all clean and F-VF.
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SOLD for $2,400.00
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261 C18 imageU.S., Airmail, 1933, 50¢ "Chicago" Zeppelin, First Day Cover collection (Scott C18). Sixteen covers sporting a total of 23 of these "Babies", many of them actually flown; we note postmarks from New York (7 singles, including two striking Rice cacheted-covers, plus one pair and two blocks of four), Akron (1), Washington DC (2, both cacheted) and Miami (3); all with US addressees, six with additional red double-triangle South America-Chicago flight cachet; one Registered, one endorsed "to Rio de Janeiro", another endorsed "to Sevilla, Spain"; an attractive group for your collection or your stock, Fine to Very Fine or better, imaged in full online.
Estimate $1,200 - 1,800. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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262 799-802 imageU.S., 1937, Territorial Issues First Day Cover Collection (Scott 799-802). Over 240 classic envelopes (many cleanly addressed) for a terrific exhibit including cachet colors unlisted in Mellone; includes #799-1 (13 different), Anderson (5 different including hand-colored), H B Co (4 different), Fidelity, Naegele (hand-drawn), Brunner (hand-drawn), Holland, Grandy, Hobby Cover Service, Rice (6 different), Sidenius, #800-15, 801-15, 799-16, Grimsland set of 4 (beautiful), Parson's/Aubry, #799-22, 800-22, 800-22, 800-23b, Linprint (4 different), Espenshade (4 different), #799-30, 800-30, 802-30, Imperial, Bronesky (4 different), Gilbert, Mayne (5 different), Plimpton (5 different), Roy, Scatchard-Buchwald (4 different), WSE/Dyer (6 different), Davenport (6 different), Ioor (11 different), Crosby (5 different), Historic Arts (8 different), Warneford (10 different), Kapner (4 different), Roessler (4 different), Farnam (4 different), Pavois (6 different), Laird (13 different), Caribbean Sales (4 different), Nix, #801-125 ($100), 801-125a ($100), and a few hand-painted including AO Henry; relative completeness and unlisted hand-colored items make this lot special, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.4 lbs.
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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $600.00
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263   imageU.S., Presidential Series EFO Stock, 1938-1939. Hundreds of Prexies in a Lighthouse binder; delicious colection of imperfs, blind perfs, impropper wiping, overinking, misperfs, dozens of plate booklets (and a few nice coils), and splice;beautiful margin block of 3c counterfeit (807CF2); represented are 1/2c - 15c, 20c, 24c, 25c, and 50c; coils and booklets are found in abundance; definitely worth a look, Fine to Very Fine.
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SOLD for $2,000.00
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264   imageU.S., Unmanned Spaceflight Event Collection, 1961-2004. Approximately 1800 extremely clean launch envelopes from a large range of satellites including Explorer, Pioneer, Ranger, Surveyor, Mariner, Lunar Orbitor, Telstar, Voyager, Viking, Galaxy, Domstar, Transit, ATS, Tiros, Intelsat, Syncom, Relay and more; postmarks include Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, Vandenberg AFB, and Wallops Island; cachetmakers include Space Voyager, JPL Stamp Club, Swanson, Orbit Covers, Robert Boudwin, Sarzin, Dubeau; includes FLOWN Challenger cover with Express Mail stamp, first space mailgram, and more; Space is becoming popular again, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 20.2 lbs.
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SOLD for $550.00
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