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1929-1937 Issues
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
669 nh/ogbl 736a image1934, 3¢ Maryland, imperf between (Scott 736a), horizontal pair in a top left corner margin block of 12, with wonderful color and detail; paper fresh and with crazy perforations from fold-over, which also produced the error at positions 1-2; hinged in selvage and at positions 3 and 12; error pair never hinged, Fine to Very Fine, unique.
Datz $6,600.
Scott $4,000. (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
670 nhbl 741b image1934, 2¢ Grand Canyon National Park, imperf vertically (Scott 741b), horizontal block of 6, interesting imperf-between error with horizontal perforations diagonally misplaced, o.g., never hinged; tiny gum skips and light gum wrinkles on top right and bottom left stamps, Fine to Very Fine, only 2-3 panes reported.
Scott $4,350. (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction
671 ngbl 752-771 image1935, Farley Special Printings complete (Scott 752-771), one full press sheet of each, the printing and color still fresh; some light wrinkling along edges to most, light edge toning to a few; the heaviest damage (heavy crinkling and some tears) looks to be to the 3¢ National Parks souvenir sheet sheet, though all stamps can be salvaged; no premiums taken into consideration in our catalogue value for positionals, gutters or blocks, without gum as issued, generally Very Fine, wonderful stock. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.6 lbs.
Scott $5,833 as singles. (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
672 nhbl 756-765 image1935, National Parks complete, imperforate and fully gummed (Scott 756-765), complete sheets of 200, each presented in its own heavy-duty PVC holder; detail is clear and color bright on each and, given their age and size, they've come to us in surprisingly sound condition, though don't be surprised to find the (to-be-expected) edge wear/wrinkling/small tears to the selvage; natural gum skips on most, the 5¢ and 9¢ values with small patch of thinning to selvage, and lightly gum-soaked edges (a natural occurrence) on the 2¢, 3¢, 7¢, 8¢ and 10¢ values; imaged in full online—front and back—for your review; note our catalogue value does not take into consideration premiums for arrow, line, center or plate blocks, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine overall.
Scott $22,870 as sets of singles.

Shipping charges apply - weight 10.1 lbs.
Originally issued without gum in 1935 in response to protests over PMG Farley's practice of presenting imperforate press sheets to certain government officials, in 1940 the Post Office Department offered to and did in fact gum full sheets of #756-765 and 769-770 that we sent in by their owners. This program was not widely known so few collectors actually participated, and these gummed stamps are quite scarce.
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Estimate $6,000-8,000
SOLD for $7,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
673 ngbl 756-765 image1935, National Parks complete, imperf (Scott 756-765), complete sheets of 200, fresh and generally sound, the most serious damage noted being a tear to the top selvage of the 9¢ sheet affecting the top left plate block (though expect some small faults, light creases, small edge tears, etc., as often on these press sheets); catalogue value does not take into account premiums for positional items or plate blocks, without gum as issued, Very Fine on the whole, an excellent opportunity for the savvy dealer to stock up on these storied items. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.2 lbs.
Scott $3,100 as singles. (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
674 ngbl 771 image1935, 16¢ Airmail Special Delivery, imperf (Scott 771), complete sheet of 200, without gum as issued, a bright and fresh full press sheet, signed at right by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and at left by Secretary of the Interior, Harold Ickes (the latter dated July 12, 1935); minor wrinkling or tiny tears along vertical edges, otherwise sound, Very Fine, an exceptional piece with the Collector President's signature. Shipping charges apply - weight 1 lbs.
Scott $782 as positionals & singles. (Image)

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Estimate $500-750
SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
675 nh 792 image1937, 3¢ Navy (Scott 792), o.g., never hinged, picture perfect with glowing color razor-sharp detail, a Superb gem, just six stamps attain this top grade in PSE's Population Report, with 2021 P.S.A.G. certificate graded Gem 100.
SMQ Gem 100; $350. (Image) (Image2)

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Estimate $250-350
SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction

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