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Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions, LLC Sale - 776

United States

General Collections
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1   imageThe Great Gatsby Powerhouse Collection, 1847 to 1920s, intact and offered in a single volume with unused, mint and used containing some of the most sought-after issues that are often missing from even the most advanced collections, replete with a plethora of varieties and shades, we start off with unused/mint (unless noted): #1 & #2 four margins (each with certs); 2TC3b dark brown; extra used #2; 3P4; 3-4; 7; used 8 (PFC); 8A; 9; 10; 11(three shades); used 12 (appears unused); used 13 (2); 14(2); 15 (Crowe Cert); used 16 (PFC); 17; 18 (PSE); used 19; 20 (PSE); 21; 22(2 one plate 12); 23; 24 (2); 25(2 shades); 26 (2) plus a used plum ?; 27 (Crowe cert); used 28, used 28b, used 28A (2 one w/ PSE)); 29; 30; 30A (2) plus used 30A; 31 used 31; 32 used 32 (2); used 33 (2); used 34 (2); 35; used 35; 36; 36B (2); 37 (3); 38; 39; used 39; 40; 42 (PFC); 45(Crowe cert); 63a (five shades); 63; 63b plus another shade; 64; used 64; 64b; 65 (2); used 65 laid paper; 65TC cert; 66; 67; used 67 brown yellow and used 67b; 68; 69(2); 70 (2); 70a; 70b used 70b; used 70c (2); used 70d; 71; 72; 73; 74TC4; 75 (two shades0; 76 (three shades); 77; 78; 79; used 79 (PSE); 83 (PSE); used 84 (2 one w/ PSE); used 85; 85B (PSE); used 85B (2); used 85C (single and pair w PSE); used 85E (2); 86 (2); 87; 87 double grill; 88 thin paper; 88 double grill; 89 (2); 90 (2); used 91 3 one a double grill); 92 (three one dark blue another a double grill); 93; 94 (4 one a double grill); 95; 96 (2 one w/ PFC); 97 (2); 98 (2 one a double grill); 99; 100; 101(PFC); 102 (PFC); used 102(2); 107, he has others which we need further study and certification; 112(2); 112b; 113(2); 114 (3 one with a double split grill); 114 pair; 114 possible grey paper; 115; 116-121; used 119 drastic vignette shift; used 122; 123 (2); 124; 125; used 125 proper cancel and signed; used 126; 128; 131 (Crowe cert); 132 (Crowe Cert); 133a (2); the following grills are unchecked for the better size grills and are listed as mounted: 134 (2) used 134 (2); 135; 136; 137; used 137 (3 one a double grill); 138; used 139 (APS cert); 140; used 140; 141; used 142-144; 145 (3); 146; used 146 kiss print double impression (PSE); 147(3); 148; 149 (2); 150 (2); 151; 152 (2); 153 (2); 154; 155; 156; 157 (2); 157c; used 157c; 158 (6 with various var incl double paper); used 158 double paper (2); 159; 160; 161(4); used 161c with split grill; 162; 163; used 163a with grill; 165 (2); used 165c with grill; 166; 178; 179 (4); 182-185 (2); 186; 187 (2); used 187 with what appears to be a grill; 188-191; 205 (three shades); 206(2); 207; 208; 208a; 208 (5 vars shades); 209 (2); 209b; 210 (8 shades); 211 (2); plus a stocksheet of varieties including shades 187//210; 212-213 (2); 214 (5); 215; 216 (3); 217 (2); 218; 219 (3); 219D (2); 220 (2); 220a; 220c; 221-223 (2); 224; 225-227 (2); 228 (3); 229 (2); 230-245 with extra 230-31; 233(3); 237; 241; 244; another page with varieties 231c broken hat; 240 single and block with newspaper punch cancels; 246-63 with extras; 264-278; 279-84 plus 279Bc and 8¢ USIR; 285-293; 294-99; 299 (2); 289P1; 294 vars; 300-313; 315 pair; used 315 (3); 319 (13 vars shades); 320 (6 shades); a dreamy page of coils, one should further scrutinize this but it is not counted; 314 & 320 c/l blocks; 323-7; 328-30; 330 Pl #; 369; 369 used; 331-342; 332 lake; 342 used on cover front; 374-382 with extras plus a page of varieties incl china clay and others; 343-347 singles, pairs and vert pairs; 348-355 some extras; used 356 (2 one a perfin); then another used 349-356; line pairs 348-355 some appear to be genuine with extras and used, 354 pair; used 354 pair; 357 (2) 358; used on cover 358; 359; 362; 364; plus sample selvage of blue paper for reference; 385-396 vars single, pairs, line pairs some used, includes what appears to be a #389- has shot, we didn't count it; 397-404; 397 plate block of 6; 410-413 vars line pairs; 414-423 with extras; 424-440 plus extras; 423A (needs cert); used 424b (needs cert); 441-447 various singles, pairs/line pairs some used; 448/458 singles pairs line pairs; 459; 460; 461 (2); 462-480; 467 double error in block of 30; 486-497 various mint used singles pairs line pairs; 498-518 with various extras and shades, used 499h lake; 511 perf 10 at bottom; used 518b; 519; 523-524; 544 and used 544 (need certs and uncounted here); 454-6; ending with a complete set of offsets 525-530 with vars shades and imperf 531-534B; 536 extra. There are varying degrees of faults and possible used stamps listed as unused above, these are listed as the Great Gatsby himself identified them, usually not too optimistic, some might be misidentified so a thorough and careful review and examination will benefit the buyer immensely as we didn't evaluate many of the items that actually look very probable, all-in-all this is the best US single collection we have offered intact and will prove to be an invaluable lot for the trader, imaged fully online but the beauty is in seeing this in the flesh, generally Fine to Very Fine, ex- Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $75,000-100,000
Currently Opening at...$62,500.00
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2   imageHighly Complete, Powerful Mint & Used Collection, 1845 onwards, intact as received with many of the premium high value items not often encountered in collections format, some of the highlights include - Unused: #3-4; 39 repair; four Postal Currency; extra 117; 133; U218-9; 146; 156 (2); 184; 205; 208; 211; 212 pair; 214; $5 Columbian corner margin single, small fault; 261; 262; 279Be; 300-9; 315 pair; 300b; 301c; 319g; 323-330; 331-40; 331a-332a; 343-7; 348 pair; 349-51; 352-55; 348 line pair; 351 line pair; 357-8; 369; 374-79; 374a-5a; 381; 385-7; 390-6; 385-6 line pairs; 390-1 line pairs; 392-5 line pairs; 396 paste-up pair; 397-99; 402; 405a-6a; 407; 410-13 line pairs; 441-3 line pairs; 447 line pair; 420-22; 430-4; 452-8; 452-55, 457 line pairs; 458 pair 461; 465; 470-1; 473-4; 505 double error in block of six; 486-90, 492-7, line pairs; 498/518 includes 500;501b 502b; 519; some offsets; 551-73; 578-9; 581-91; 630; 658-79; 832b; 1053 plate block, highly complete to 1960, Airmails complete to 1990 includes #C1-6; C13-15; E7; J58 (corner fault); K1-18 (K2 used); Officials: O7-8; O56; O57; O59-60; various modern Officials with PNC s and Plate Blocks; Q1-9; JQ1-5; QE1-4; Ducks #RW1; 3-10; 12-13; 14-15; 22-23; many later including $25 s/s. Used: #9X1; 1-2; 12 (2 one unused appearing); 13-16; 17; 18; 20 pair; 22; 27-28; 28A faulty; 29; 30A; 31-33; 37-8; 67; 72; 75; 83 PFC; grills 86-91; 92-101 complete; 112-22; 134-141; 144; 145-55; 156-166; 182-91; 216-8; 219-29; 230-244; 261A; 263; 276-8; 292-93; 369 extra; 440; 460; 477-80; 523; extra 832b; Postage Dues include: J7; J21; J28(2); where the lots of used Officials, where the mint is lacking the used completes things such as Washington Franklins, Es; Q's and RWs, a few U.S. Possessions including Philippines #214b booklet pane Guam 1-2 used, etc., as mounted condition improves vastly with the mint 20th Century with some NH and quite well centered; there are faults as one would expect and some issues with identification or genuiness on the coils, but overall quite clean and presentable with plenty of valuable single items, a handfull of certificates, viewing wil prove to be useful, but if you cannot make it, rely upon our images and conservative estimate to guide you, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.8 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $25,000-35,000
Currently Opening at...$16,000.00
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3   imageOutstanding United States Collection, 1847-1958, mostly used 1847-90 with better including #1 with four full margins and 1998 APEX cert, #2, 7, 9 (2005 PSE Cert), 12, 13-15, 17 (1989 PFC), 18 (2007 PFC), 29 (2007 PSE small corner crease), 30, 30A, 32 (Pos. 75L1; 1986 PFC), 33, 36b, 37, 67 with blue cancel and sealed tear (2006 PSE), 68-72, 75, 77, 78, 85 (small tear; 2003 PFC), 86-90, 91 (2007 APEX), 92-98, 112, 115, 116, 118-121, 122 (2002 PSE), 124 (?), 128 (?), 134 (2001 APEX), 145-154, 155 (1997 PFC; A GREAT STAMP), 156-166, 182-191, 206-217, 218 (2004 APEX), 219-229, 240, 241, 242, 243, 245, 249-260, 262, 263, 271-278, 287-293, 310-313, 327, 404, 421-423, 440, 478-480, 491 (small faults; 2011 PFC); mint o.g. (unless noted) including #38 (appears no gum), 40 (2009 PFC), 56 (2008 PFC), 102 (no gum), 123, 124 (?), 127 (regummed; 1974 PFC), 133 (1978 PFC), 133a (2006 PSE), 231 broken hat, 232 never hinged, 233-236, 237 never hinged, 239, 244, 261, 294-299 (#298 never hinged), 325 & 326 (never hinged), 339, 340 (2010 PSE graded 85), 342 (disturbed gum, 1988 PFC), many single coils, #357 (never hinged; 2004 PSE for block), 358, 369 never hinged, 397-400A, 403, 424/436a, 438 (2006 APEX), 459 (never hinged; 2004 PF), 467 (single error never hinged in block of six), 505 single error in horizontal strip of three, 500, 507 XF GEM, 508-518, 519 (?), 524 never hinged, 525/534A, 545, 546, 547, 551-573 (lightly hinged/never hinged; $5 never hinged), 578, 579, 581-591, 599b (never hinged single; 2008 PSE), 630 never hinged, 558-679, C1-C6 (never hinged except C2 & C5), C13-C15, C16 (never hinged grade 85 2007 PSE), C18 never hinged, E1, E6, E7, E11 pink back, F1 (never hinged grade 75 2004 PSE), J3, J6, Q12, JQ1-JQ5, K1-K18 (K15 2007 PSE, K11a never hinged), RW1 & RW10 (regummed), RW2-RW80a complete mixed hinged and never hinged with four duplicates (RW16 graded 80J 2005 PSE); faults as noted, in two American Heirloom albums, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 8.4 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6)

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Estimate $20,000-30,000
Currently Opening at...$18,000.00
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4   imageSpectacular Mostly Used Collection plus Stock, 1851-1944, a truly jaw-dropping holding in a Schaubek album, presenting an amazingly complete collection for the period, all neatly mounted and annotated in either German or English; begins with a just-shy-of-four-margined #9X1e (with double transfer at bottom) on cover, the first page of stamps offers a near-complete group of 1851 and 1857 issues, including an apparently relatively sound #39 (!), and from there we're off to the races: complete (basic types, at least) of 1861-67 Issues, 1869 Pictorials (with extras, including a 2¢ bisect on piece and a "homemade" #122 with inverted center—yes, used); nearly all Bank Notes to the 90¢ with shade, grill and perforation varieties; Columbians to the 50¢ including a jumbo 10¢ with imprint, 1894 Bureaus to the 50¢, Trans-Mississippis to the 50¢, #261, 261A & 276A, Pan-Americans complete, Second Bureaus to the $2 (the $5 space filled by a #480), #323-327, a wonderfully centered #330 (the set complete), extensive Washington-Franklins (many sets complete, including #479 & 480), #523, 524 and 547, 551-573, Kansas complete, Nebraska nearly so, #630 (lower right #18771, cancelled no date "Bowling Green, Fla./Fort Green [?] Sta.", plus all commemoratives (including 1930s imperforates) through the Overrun Countries; Airmails complete for the period less #C2 and C13-C15 (though two "R.F."-overprinted 6¢ Transports), most Special Deliveries, Parcel Posts & Parcel Post Postage Dues complete, a nice mix of Dues, a couple Newspapers, even a page of unused Carriers (some reprints); and then there's the stock: an additional five stockbooks filled to greater or lesser degree with duplicates running from the couple to the many; throughout you'll find shades, varieties, perforation faults, private vending perforations, loads of cancel types, numerous on-cover uses, and more besides; some condition issues as you'd expect, several stamps with certificates accompanying; a most glorious collection that must be seen to be believed, Fine to Very Fine with better throughout, the main collection imaged in full online to whet your appetite. Shipping charges apply - weight 22.8 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $20,000-30,000
Currently Opening at...$10,000.00
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5   imageExpansive and Valuable Collection, 1851-modern, presented on a variety of pages in a blue zip-up binder, offering a full range of US material (plus the occasional foreign); duplication, where present, is useful, making this a perfect lot for the bourse or online retailer; note 19th century (mainly used) including attractive grills, a range of cancels and popular 1851, 1857, and 1861 Issues, some 1869 Pictorials, plus Bank Notes, and Columbians (to the 30¢); 20th century includes wide-ranging mint and used Washington-Franklins, #400 (2 mint), Prexies complete (½¢-50¢ "framed" stamps), all 1992 Columbus joint issue souvenir sheets, several high-denomination plate blocks (including two $8.75 Eagles), 37 booklet panes, etc.; Back-of-the-Book equally strong with mint #C13 and C14, K1-K17, OXF1 (part gum), plus Postal Notes, Occupation Stamps, good Dues, strong Officials, and more besides; mixed condition with some nice quality, a few certificates accompany; cumulative catalogue value nears $80,000, Fine to Very Fine with better, see it all online. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $10,000-15,000
Currently Opening at...$5,000.00
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6   imageFantastic Deverse Collection, 1847-2000, in two Lighthouse hingless albums and two binders, first binder begins with a heavy dose of classics, imperfs include #2 and 17 pair, 1857's include several examples of each of the lower values to 12¢, a used 30¢ and unused 90¢, several with certificates, an extensive group of 1861-1866 including all values with essays and trial colors, varieties and shades, again many with certificates, some interesting grills, 1869 grills complete except 118 and 122, a few 1870-71 National grills, and without grills to 90¢ less 12¢, and 1873 Continentals to 30¢, 1875 unused, nice group of 1879 American Bank notes mixed used and unused to 30¢, also 1887-88 unused and used to 30¢, small banknotes to 90¢ unused except 3¢ and 30¢ used, Columbians to 50¢ unused, first bureau's to 90¢ mixed, 1895 to 15¢ mixed, 1898 unused except 10¢ type II used, remainder unused unless otherwise stated, Trans-Mississippi to 10¢, Pan-American complete, 1902 to 15¢ and 50¢ used, imperforates and shields complete except 4¢, Louisiana and Jamestown complete, scattered Washington Franklins with some better values to $5 and coils, Shanghai overprints complete to $2, issues from 1919 to 1934 are largely complete, second Lighthouse album contains back-of-book material with Airs including C1-C6, C7-C10 and C10a, C13-C15 plate singles, and mostly complete to C131 with extras and booklets, mostly never hinged, few lightly hinged, special delivery from E2 on, earlies mostly used later unused, postage dues light on earlies and mostly used, parcel post complete less 20¢, low values never hinged, plus miscellaneous other material, first binder contains #538a block of 4 with certificate, a group of Shanghai overprints including ten values to $1 never hinged with certificates, and a batch of used officials on Scott pages, the last binder contains an eclectic mix of odds and ends from possessions to postage, nothing important but some decent material, very significant value, including countless hidden gems and certain pleasant suprises, well worth the search with loads of useful and desirable material to be found within these albums; classics are in usual mixed condition, with occasional flaws and defects, some questionable stamps and identifications, the rest is mostly clean and very worthwhile, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 18.2 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $10,000-15,000
Currently Opening at...$5,000.00
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7   imageImpressive Essay Collection 1847-1880's, of approximately 400 essays with many better including #1XaE1c (two), #1XaE1d, #11E4c, #11E7d (scarlet and brown), #11E8a, #11E12a (two shades), #11E12g top selvage block of four, #69E4a, #71E2c, #70E4a, #73E5a complete set of six colors, #79E35e (four different shades), #205E2, #210 Essay on horizontally laid paper watermarked "Steamer Press & Co." (1979 PFC), also includes a nice group of Lowenbergs, and a strip of four of #156 printers waste wtih PFC, most are identified and in mounts on pages, few faults as always, especially considering the fragile paper, but vast majority are sound and, Fine to Very Fine, or better, Scott Catalog value approximately $25,000, a great lot, see every item in this amazing lot online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.8 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $8,000-12,000
Currently Opening at...$4,000.00
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8   imageMultiplicitous Holding of Multiples, 1861-1909, over 60 multiples of nostly blocks and some plate blocks, includes blocks of four unless o/w noted: #63; 65 (strip of four; blocks of four and six, block of ten w/ partial imprint); 86 (two stamps NH! PFC); 94 (pair, two blocks and beautiful block of 16 which has 10 stamps NH); 136 (three NH stamps!);145; 156 pair; 161; 182; 185 pair; 186; 206; 207; 209; 212; 212 partial imprint plate # strip 5 and imprint strip of 4; 213 (4 plus a few strips); 214 imprint block of 8); 221 & 223 top imprint plate # strips of five NH; 224 bottom margin plate block of 10; 284; some Washington-Franklin blocks incl c/l; 328-330; 328-330 plate blocks; 367-371 (includes 369! and extra 370-1); 373 (2 one a c/l); plate blocks of: 367; 368; 371 (3 one is used); 373(2). A very useful lot and will be a nice additio to the collection or for individual internet/retail sales, generally Fine to Very Fine or better, ex- Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 1 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $8,000-12,000
Currently Opening at...$5,750.00
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9   imageHigh Quality High Value Collection, 1847-1970, in Scott Platinum hingeless albums, virtually the entire value in volume 1 part I and II, some highlights include used #1-2, 12, 28, 64, 67, 72, 85B (with certificate), 85C, 86-91, 92-93, 95-98, 100, 112, 115-122, 134-139, 151-155, 158-163, 165-166, 242, unused include 3P4-4P4, 36B-37, 63, 68, 73, 93-94, 113-114, 123, 178-179, 182-185, 216-218, Columbians to $1, 276, 288-292, 294-299, later issues are mostly present unused, used or mixed including many high values and complete sets, bonus of some premium face material to 1970 included and empty Platinum albums to 2010, condition is somewhat mixed but attractive and desirable examples abound, much useful and salable material to be found, several certificates included; reasonable amount of usual flaws are present, Fine to Very Fine and attractive. Shipping charges apply - weight 35.4 lbs.
Scott $66,286 by owner. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $7,500-10,000
Currently Opening at...$7,250.00
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10   imageExtensive Collection of 1919/1940 Issues, in a very well-filled Scott album being quite comprehensive for the commems and definitives of the period and also including a wonderful array of additional items as fancy cancels, multiples including plate and positional blocks, coils with leader strips, #634 counterfeits, print varieties, assorted varieties including misperfs, over/ under-inked, shades including two pages of #537 shade varieties, etc., many premium as well with 564 plate block NH (2 including one with 5-point star), 571 top arrow block NH, 572 top plate no. single NH, 573 NH (2), 575 matched set arrow blocks NH, 578 NH (3), 579 NH, 581-91 NH with most VF or better, 584 plate block mint, 588 plate block NH, 591 plate block mint, 599A (3 including 2 NH), 606a NH (PSE cert, small corner crease), 612 plate block NH, 623 plate block NH, 631 cross gutter block of 64 NH, 634 "Smiling George" variety in plate block of 25 NH, 634 counterfeit used on 1936 cover, 634A NH (PF cert), 658-79 NH (an especially well-centered set), 617-19 plate blocks NH (619 l.h. in margin only), 620-21 arrow and centerline blocks NH, 620-21 plate blocks NH, 630 NH, extensive section of the 2c "Reds", 710-11 FDC with hand-painted cachet, 832b NH (2), 803-34 plate blocks NH ($5 arrow and non-arrow), 839-51 line pairs NH, 859-93 plate blocks NH, etc., most of the mint NH with many singles selected for centering, a few minor faults here and there but overall F-VF (many better) and an outstanding collection of the period's issues, view to truly appreciate its scope, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 10.2 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $7,500-10,000
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11   imageInteresting and Unusual Study Collection, 1847-67, important group selected for shades, cancels and varieties of the early issues, imperforates begin with a set of #1-2 with four margins, followed by a group of 1851's most with margins all around and a few duplicates, then a small study of 10¢ values including pairs, then a stamp described as an imperforate reprint with explanation from Chase, followed by a page of 1857's with many duplicates apparently assembled for shades and interesting cancels to 90¢ (trimmed perforations), 1861's to 90¢ include a large variety of shades and colors with an interesting selection of unused and used with attractive cancels including stars, negative stars, shields, numerals and others in blue and black, next is a group of thirteen 67's in various shades including one with an olive yellow certificate and two others described as olive yellow, others of different shades and better cancels, another page of 1861's to 90¢ is concentrated on better cancels, we note green, blue, red and black stars, a red supplimental, green crossroads, and other interesting fancy cancels, finally there's a page of assorted grills and grill varieties to 90¢ also with better cancels, a gold mine for the specialist, an incredible array of facinating stamps and cancels sure to reward further study and examination, remarkable opportunity; somewhat mixed condition as would be expected for this era, Fine to Very Fine for this, ex- Gatsby. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $7,500-10,000
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12   imagePowerful Proof Collection, Well over 200 pieces, better including #3P4, #4P4, #40P4-47P4, #70P4, #77P1, #151P3 plate block of 14, #164P4 (block of four), #219P4-229P4, #227P5 with top selvage, #253P5 block with PFC, #255P1, #256P1, #258P5 block, #262P1 (reduced), overall, Very Fine, an outstanding collection, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image) (Image2)

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Estimate $7,500-10,000
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13   imageParticularly Pleasing Collection, 1846-1934, most interesting collection neatly mounted in two Scott Platinum albums, begins with an excellent 10X1 with certificate, followed by two #1 and a #2, 3, a nice group of used 1851's with several values and shades, 1857's mixed used and unused including 30 and 37a unused, 1861 to 90¢, a fairly extensive selection of grills, excellent 1869's to 30¢ with duplicates, a 132 with gum, nice used 138, 145-155 except 150, 1873 Continentals complete, 1879-83 American banknotes except 90¢, 1887 complete unused except 30¢ used, small banknotes mixed unused and used with unused 90¢, Columbians to $2.00 and with $4.00 unused, first and second Bureau's are well filled with a mix of unused and used, Trans-Mississippi to 50¢, complete Pan-American, 1902 series except $5.00, 1904 onwards is well filled with numerous premium high values such as 505 in block, 523-524, 547, White Plains sheet. Kansas-Nebraska set, and more, E1-E4 used and E5 unused, an interesting group of postage dues, Shanghai's complete, an extensive first issue officials collection with many complete sets, a few newspapers, and a nice group of Confererates, also included are lots of extras such as proofs 146TC1a and 44P3 block, shades, blocks, etc, at least 15 certificates are included, excellent condition overall, many useful and valuable stamps throughout, exceptional break-up potential where pleasant suprises abound; a few faults to be expected, generally Fine to Very Fine or better. Shipping charges apply - weight 11.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (Image)

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14   imageValuable United States Collection, 1847-2012, 3 volume Scott Speciality albums, imperforates begin with #1 (torn) and 2, few others including 10A with certificate, some 1857's including unused 36B and 37, used 1861 with 24¢ and 30¢, grills with unused 92 and 93, 1869 grills complete, 1870 national banknote complete, 1873 continental to 90¢, 1879 american complete, 208 unused, 1887-88 to 90¢ with low values unused, small banknotes to 90¢ with several to 8¢ unused, Columbians complete unused, first bureau complete mixed used and unused 261A and 262 unused with certificates, second bureau's mixed complete, change of color complete mixed, Trans-Mississippi complete unused except 10¢ and 50¢ used, Pan-American complete unused, 1902 complete mixed $5 used with certificate, Lousiana and Jamestown complete, extensive mixed Washington Franklins with some questionable coils, mixed Panama-Pacific, 595 never hinged with certificate, later issues largely complete and unused, airmails virtually complete to 2012 including C1-C6 and C13-C15 never hinged with certificates, special delivery complete mixed used and unused, reasonable group of postage dues mixed used and unused, Shanghai overprints complete mostly unused, parcel post mostly used, parcel post due used, special handling unused, appealing group of officials used and unused, a few scattered newspapers, and some other miscellaneous back of the book complete the first volume, next book contains a small collections of booklet panes, postal stationery and postal cards, and volume 3 contains back-of-book remainders with some revenues, postage dues, postal stationery cut squares, official seals, and possessions, volume 1 contains a thorough and comprehensive United States collection, condition is mixed but useful and attractive sets and singles abound, catalogue value is far in excess of $50,000, of which a considerable portion will bring good money and replenish significant inventory or form a strong immediate basis for a formdable collection, ten stamps with certificates included; faults are to be expected but not overwhelming, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 25 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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Currently Opening at...$7,250.00
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15 24//RW61 imageSuperior Condition Mint Collection, 1857-1994 (Scott 24//RW61), in Scott album, regular issues to 1929, Airs to 1935, Special Deliveries to 1971 and Ducks to 1994; highlighted by classics including #30A, 117, small Bank Notes including 30¢, Columbians to $3 except 5¢ and $2, an arrray of Bureaus with values to 15¢, Trans-Mississippi to 50¢, Pan-Americans complete, Lousiana Purchase complete, choice Washington-Franklins with 1908-09 complete less 8¢ and 10¢, coils include #413 and 447 pairs, the latter never hinged, 1916-17 few including lovely $5, nice group of 1917-19 missing a few with excellent #524, Panama-Pacific complete except #404, most never hinged, 1922-28 complete with many never hinged, later regular issues mostly complete and many never hinged, concludes with lovely Kansas-Nebraska overprints complete hinged less #664; Airs with #C1-C6 and C18, wonderful group of Special Delivery stamps with #E1 never hinged, E3, E5-E9 few never hinged, E11 on mostly never hinged. Parcel Post missing only 15¢ and 75¢ with low values mostly never hinged, Ducks complete #RW1-RW61 except RW6, including many never hinged, overall outstanding condition, carefully selected for premium centering, bright, fresh and attractive examples, many choice stamps including jumbo margins; few flaws, a couple regummed, still Very Fine to Extremely Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $7,500-10,000
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16   imageStamp and Cover Collection, 1893-1907 Issues, Columbians include 2c top left imprint plate no. 174 and "RR" block of ten (Scott $800+), plate no. strips of four of the 1c, 6c (NH; Scott $700) & 8c (glazed gum; Scott $360), 3c NH blocks of 15 (three stamps natural straight edge at top) and 4 Scott $1,852.50), 6c block of four (top pair VLH, bottom pair NH; Scott $410), $1 no gum, $2 used, approximately 580 off cover stamps with cancels including 3c with pneumatic mail, 8c with kicking mule, 10c with skull & crossbones, 1c (2), 2c(3), 3c (2), 6c, 10c, 15c & 30c used with World's Fair handstamp duplex cancels, many stars, 34 covers including 1c with Vera Cruz 1914 duplex cancel, 2c on large valentine with enclosure, #U349 with wheel of fortune cancel, #U349 with blue Wells Fargo printed frank at top, many advertising, frankings to 10c, Trans-Mississippi includes nine covers including two with violet "Unclaimed" and "Return to Sender" in pointed hand, one all-over Spanish American War flag, stamps include 1c top right imprint and plate no. block of ten (separated), 2c imprint and plate no. block of 4 with extra pair (Scott $575), 5c plate no. 602 pair hinged, 8c Never Hinged right selvage block of 4 (Scott $1,720), approximately 150 off cover stamps to 10c with cancels including stars, flags, letters, Pan Americans include Never Hinged 2c bottom imprint double plate no. and arrow block of ten (Scott $1,000), 5c & 8c top imprint and plate no. strips of three (Scott $710), 8c block of 4 (top pair LH, bottom pair NH; Scott $640), 1902-1903 issues include plate no. strips, few fancy cancels, and a handful of covers and postcards, also includes a few later issues to the 1920's, faults as always found on lots of this age and size, overall, Fine to Very Fine, Scott for the noted items alone exceeds $10,000; see the entire lot online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.8 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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17   image"What About Bob?" Exceptional Mostly Mint Collection, 1847-2000, Alright, let's get this out of the way from the very beginning, B-O-B is not here. And he's not coming, but after seeing the rest of this collection, you really won't care. In two Scott Nationals with slipcases, a very clean and well-presented collection all in black mounts, and it's a home run from the very first page. In addition to a #1 & 2, other fantastic used include as mounted: 7, 8A, 14-15, 17, 18, 29, 30A, 35, 69-70, 73, 76-77, 96, 98, 112-22, 151, 153, 160. But wait, the title states this collection is mostly mint; it is, and virtually all already from 1904 onwards with the following unused, also as mounted: 10X1 (reprint), 9, 24, 63, 65, 68, 133, 136, 145-47, 158-59, 161, 179, 182-84, 205, 206-09, 210-11, 212-14, 215-18, 219-29, 237, 253-57, 259-60, 264-73, 279-84, 297, 300-09, 311, 323-27, 328-30, 331-40, 342, 369, 374-81, 405-07, 414-29, 423, 424-39, 461, 468-74, 479-80, 523-24, 547, 551-73, 581-91, 630, 658-79, 803-34, even some hi-value moderns, like 2870 & 3138, not to mention the extremely high overall face value. After numerous spot checks, some unused stamps show signs of regumming or brushing, but it also turned up numerous classics legitimately never-hinged. As far as condition, some variance to be expected, but overall Fine to Very Fine, feast your eyes on some of the scans available online. Shipping charges apply - weight 17 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $6,000-8,000
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18   imageInteresting and Varied Stockbook Collection, 1851-1960s, filling a 20-page (40-side) black stockbook, a nice mix of unused and used postage issues (no Back-of-the-Book); condition varies, with some nicer items and some mixed; good selection of classics with better values including used #18 (red cancel), 20, 37, 38, 292, 311-313, etc., and mint o.g. #241, 367-369, 547, 658-679, etc.; some interesting cancels, Schermacks, and pre-cancels; high catalogue value (well over $42,000) with roughly $45 in face; worth the time to review, Very Good to Very Fine, fully imaged online for your convenience. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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19   imageDiverse and Pleasing Collection, 1847-1936, neatly mounted in Lindner album, imperforates start with #1 trial color proof and proceeds with a nice group of used regular issues, 1851's include used and unused values to 30¢ wth a 90¢ proof, 1861-66 includes a mix to 90¢ including some pretty cancels, 1867 grills to 30¢, nice group of 1869 to 15¢ (including 118 unused), large banknotes with unused 152, small banknotes to 90¢ missing 2¢ carmine and 10¢, Columbians to 50¢, unused 261, used 278, Trans-Mississippi including 50¢, nice Pan-American set, and a diverse mix beyond including complete sets and singles, airs with C4-C6, special delivery group with E1, E3-E8, as well as parcel post high values and 2¢ and 10¢ pair of parcel post due, classics somewhat mixed with a few flaws, later issues mostly sound and attractive, many never hinged, quite a bit of very useful material to work with, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 6 lbs.
Scott $39,900 (Owner's). (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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20   imageCharming Collection, 1847-2000, in two Lighthouse hingless albums, starts with used four margin #1-2, continues with a small but attractive group of imperforates with duplicates, a few 1851's with 38, 1861's with multiple shades with values to 90¢, some excellent 1867 grills up to 30¢, 1869 grills including 118, an important group of large banknotes with many high values up to 90¢ whose identification should be verified, $1, $2 and $3 Columbians, first and second bureau's to $5, $1 and $2 Trans-Mississippi, unused 8¢ and 10¢ Pan-American never hinged, 50¢, $1 and $5 1902, Washington Franklins including #342, 422, 423 (with certificate), 440 (with certificate), 500 (with certificate), largely complete thereafter with many extras included, second volume is back-of-book material highlights are C4-C6 never hinged blocks, airmails complete from C7 on except C13-C15, including extra block, booklets, coil pairs, special delivery E1-E5 used, E7 on unused with most never hinged, Shanghai overprints nine values to 24¢ plus K17-K18 most never hinged, parcel post, parcel post due and special handling complete except JQ5 mostly never hinged with extras, a smattering of officials, newspapers, and some other way back of the book groups and items round out the collection, much wonderful material is contained in this collection, there is a definate concentration on high values, but there are numerous excellent examples included, the more recent material contains abundant outstanding high value stamps in choice condition, a huge opportunity for resale and distribution; some flaws are present as would be expected but overall useful collection, generally Fine to Very Fine and better. Shipping charges apply - weight 11.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (Image)

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21   imageWashington-Franklin Issues Specialized Collection, 1908-20, "collector's collection" of mint and used singles and blocks, multiples including booklet panes, coil pairs (some with leader strips) and line pairs, fancy cancels, assorted precancels and perfins, varieties including shades, misperfs, offsets, print varieties, etc., all arranged on pages in a Scott album, leafing through the pages we note #340 bottom plate no block of six (top stamps NH), 358 block NH, 384 top plate no. and star block of six NH, 421 block used, 424-25 "COIL STAMPS" plate no blocks of 10, 461 mint, strong section of the various (mostly) perf and imperforate offsets with numerous "flyspeck" varieties, 528 top plate no block of 20 NH and useful group of double impressions, a few trivial faults but overall F-VF, a marvelous collection of these challenging issues and an ideal foundation for continuation, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.6 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Currently Opening at...$3,750.00
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22   imageFresh and Clean Stock Collection, 1866-1968, nearly all mint (and much 20th century never hinged), neatly arranged and identified on stockpages, with pages of superior-quality material; you'll find whatever your heart desires—singles, pairs, line pairs, blocks and plate blocks—here, sometimes with duplication; note never hinged #614-616 (2 sets), 617-619, 620-621 (plus #620 top plate number block of 8 hinged), a top right pane of #630 (plate F18771), Fourth Bureau ½¢//25¢ blocks of four (some hinged, some never hinged) plus strong selection of never hinged singles to the $2 plus hinged $5, multiple #832 and 832g blocks or plates, Fourth Bureau and Prexie coil pairs or line pairs (some with partial plate numbers), three complete Kansas-Nebraska sets (2 marked never hinged), Prexies complete, Liberty complete, Parcel Posts unused to #Q11, a page of 19th century used (some nice cancels), etc., etc., etc.; mostly sound, though expect the occasional flaw; a gorgeous holding with total Scott value over $20,000, Fine to Very Fine with much better throughout, a must-see; imaged in full online. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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23   imageAlluring Collection with Surprises, 1861-1981, mounted in Harris Liberty with extra bimders, earlies mixed used and unused, after 1880 apparently all unused with many never hinged, used include #38, 1869 include 24¢ with certificate, #166, unused banknotes include a nice selection of midddle to high values, Columbians to 50¢ and $3.00 with certificate, first bureau's with a selection to 50¢, second bureau's include $1.00 type I and $2.00, #279-284 complete, Trans-Mississippi complete to 50¢, Pan-American complete, 1902 to $1.00 less 10¢, Louisiana complete, later issues well filled or complete with many never hinged, including 397-400A and 404, 479-480, 523-524, 545-547, White Plains sheet, Kansas-Nebraska, and seemingly complete thereafter, airmail complete mostly never hinged including C13-C15 set, special delivery #E7-E8, and parcel post complete to 75¢, condition is significantly better than usual with many highly desirable stamps, worthy of a good look, with loads of useful material, several certificates included; occasional minor flaws to be expected, generally Very Fine and attractive. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.2 lbs.
Scott $35,000 + owners value. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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24   imageTop Flight Collection, 1847-1988, US collection in Davo hingeless 4 volumes with slipcases; used include Scott # 1, 2 (with red town cancel), 112-121, 242, 260, and 291; unused includes 230-241, 285-290, 294-299, 323-327, 328-330, 397-400A, 401-404, 505 (in block of 9), 523, 524, 630, National Parks special printings arrow blocks and gutter blocks, Prexies complete (and a second set with plate number), and mint through 1988 C1-C31, BKC1, E1-E14, Q1-Q12, PR114-125, K1-K18, RW-RW80, and RVB1-RVB2; carefully curated with fresh colors and better centering; catalog $32,500+, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 19.2 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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25   imagePremium Plates Plus Face, 1894-2019, classic plate blocks in two 3-ring binders plus a packed album (1932-70) and a modicum of modern material; with plate number strips (#247, 267 (2), and 530); plate blocks include #367, 537, 548-550, 551-554, 576, 581-591, 610-612, 614-616, 617-619, 620-621, 627-629, 644, 649-650, 651, 634-642, 684-685, 658-668, 669-679, 692-701, C7-C12, PS7, PS8, O121, O124, O126, R154b, RB20p-RB21p, RB23p, RB25p, RB28p, RBV1, RVB2, 27 Federal Ducks ($15-$25), PN1-PN18, WS7-WS9, and PS11-PS13, plus wonderful Canal Zone singles and plate blocks (the latter including #72); the buldging album contains Washington Bicentennials, National Parks, Special Printings, Prexies complete, Famous Americans, Overrun Countries, Liberty and Prominent Americans Series complete, C17-C76 (including Baby Zepp), Air Post Special Delivery, and more; includes $530 Face, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 19.8 lbs.
2017 Scott $24,000 (Owner's). (PDF for this Lot) (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $4,000-6,000
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26   imageSpectacular Autograph Collection, 1950-2000, hundreds of signatures on cards and letters related to US stamps; includes Earl Warren (Supreme Court), John Bradley (Iwo Jima), John Lewis (United Mine Workers), Clementine Spencer Churchill, "Buster" Crabbe (Olympics), Coretta Scott King, Mrs T F Sullivan (Gold Star Mother), Joe DiMaggio (1939 Yankees), Douglas MacArthur (General), Mrs Robert H Goddard, Ramon Magsaysay (President of Philippines), Everett Dirksen (Congressman), Lester B Person (PM of Canada), Grant Sawyer (Governor of Nevada), Alan Shepard (Astronaut), J H Glenn Jr (Astronaut), Thomas P Stafford (Astronaut), Alekei Leonov (Cosmonaut), Jim Irwin (Astronaut), Dave Scott (Astronaut), Al Worden (Astronaut), J H Doolittle (General), William H Rehnquist (Supreme Court), William Westmoreland (General), Anna C Chennault, Georgia O'Keefe (Artist), Dorothy Hamill (Figure Skating), John Lindsay (Mayor of New York), John McCormack (Congressman), William R Anderson (USS Nautilus), Donald MacMillan (Peary Expedition), Stanley Reed (Supreme Court), William Brennan (Supreme Court), Harry Blackman (Supreme Court), Byron White (Supreme Court), Potter Stewart (Supreme Court), Bruce Jenner (Olympics), Emmett Kelly (Clown), Francis Sargent (Governor of Massachusetts), James Sclessinger (Secretary of Defense), Richard Richie (Vietnam Ace), U Thant (UN Secretary General), Dean Rusk (Secretary of State), Thomas Watson (IBM), Averell Harriman (Diplomat), Ray Acuff (Musician), Margaret Chase Smith (Senator), Edmund Hillary (Everest), Vivian Fuchs (Polar), Donald Douglas (Aviation), Arthur Summerfield (Postmaster General), Martin Luthur King, Sr (father), Finn Ronne (Polar), Hank Aaron (Baseball), Kate Smith (Singer), Omar Bradley (General), Bing Crosby (Actor), Irving Berlin (Composer), Rosa Parks (Civil Rights), Norman Rockwell (Artist), Ogden Nash (Author), Dr Jonas Salk (Polio), Henry Kissinger (Secretary of State), Mark Clark (General), Ira Gershwin, Aaron Copeland (Composer), Carl Sandburg (Author), Thornton Wilder (Author), Thurgood Marshall (Supreme Court), Daniel Inouye (Senator), Shockley/Brattain/Bardeen (Transister), Jessie Owens (Olympics), Carl Albert (Congressman), Pierre Trudeau (PM of Canada), Elliot Richardson (Secretary of HHW), Elmo Zumwalt (Navy), Matthew Ridgeway (General), Marlin Perkins (Zoo), Daniel "Chappie" James (General), Frank Shorter (Olympics), Mrs Walt Disney, Anthony McAuliffe (General), Borman/Lovell/Anders (Astronauts), George Vaughn (WWI Ace), Vermont Garrison (Korea Ace), Randy Cunningham (Vietnam Ace), Benjamin O Davis (General), Robert Indiana (Artist), Maxwell Taylor (General), George Meany (AFL-CIO), Francis Gabreski (WWII Ace), Eddie Rickenbacker (WWI Ace), Curtis LeMay (General), Robert M White (X-15), Archibald MacLeish (Poet), Henry Ford II, Robert McNamara (Secretary of Defense), Malcolm D Ross (Ballooning), Paul Tibbets (Atomic Bombing), J Edgar Hoover (FBI), John Paul Stevens (Supreme Court), and many, many more. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.4 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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27   imageAttractive Mostly Mint Collection, 1847-1998, mounted in three slipcased Scott National 3-post binders; most used to 1879, most all mint thereafter with much never hinged; begins with four-margined examples of #1 & 2, nice mix of 1851s and 1857s to the 12¢, 1861s to 30¢, 1869s to 15¢, nice Bank Notes (most to 90¢), Trans-Mississippis to 10¢, Pan-Americans complete, Second Bureau mint to 50¢ plus nice used #311, #369, strong Washington-Franklins (a mix of mint and used) including coil pairs and line pairs, and essentially complete from there with mint Fourth Bureau complete, #630, Kansas-Nebraskas, Farleys, Prexies, Liberty Series, Recalled Legends, etc.; nice Back-of-the-Book as well, the Airs (mint) including #C1-C6, C18, Transports, plus a used #C13; complete Special Deliveries (#E2-E4 used), mint complete Parcel Post & Parcel Post Postage Due, Special Handling, #K1-K11 less #K3; nice mix of mint and used Dues and Officials, a few mint Ducks, some Newspapers, etc.; several certificates accompany (some noting faults); face-fresh throughout, though expect the occasional flaw or fault, Fine to Very Fine with much better, a solid collection to build on, or easily broken down for resale; see a sampling online. Shipping charges apply - weight 19 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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28 J29//J77 imageUnited States, Old School Postage Due Plate Single Collection, 1894-1930 (Scott J29//J77), several hundred fresh, mostly unused plate number singles on black stock pages; 1894 Issue (36), 1895 Issue (104), 1910 Issue (30), 1914 Issue (50), 1917 Issue (561), 1925 Issue (53), 1930 Issue (29), stunning engraving and rich color with many MNH and beautifully centered examples, grading of many would be appropriate, o.g., some never hinged / some hinged, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.4 lbs.
Scott $18,400 + w/o premium for #. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,500-5,000
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29 241 imageCollection of Dollar-Value stamps, 1893-1994, Interesting group of postally used dollar values from Columbians to recent issues, includes quantities to about ten of-a-kind, blocks, plate blocks and souvenir sheets, Columbians include #241, 242, three 243, four 244, two each $1 and $2 Trans-Mississippi, bureau's are represented in varying quantities including two 262, four 276, 277, three 278, six 311, 312, 313, four 342, four 423, five 478 and four blocks, three 479, three 480 and a block, 518b (flaws) with certificate, seven 523, four 524 and three blocks, twelve 547, numerous Liberty and prexie singles and blocks, eight Q12, also included are a smattering of other miscellaneous used U.S., generally mixed condition, many attractive and useful examples, several with certificates, outstanding breakdown potential for the astute internet dealer, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance many better. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.8 lbs.
Scott $25,000+. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,500-5,000
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30   image Wide-ranging, Large-Part Back-of-the-Book, Collection, 1873//1960s, mounted on a variety of Scott pages in a 3-ring Specialty binder, 1873-1934 regular issues and commemoratives, including Bank Notes, a complete Fourth Bureau Issue, and perforated and imperforate National Parks among others; the bulk of the holding, however, is in Back-of-the-Book material, including Airs complete less #C14 & C15, complete Special Deliveries (mint #E6, E7, and E13 on), well-filled Dues, Parcel Post Postage Dues less #JQ4, Parcel Posts complete, Special Handlings complete (#QE4 used with "TA" joined); a solid flock of Ducks between 1934 and 2011; a smattering of Officials including mint #O60 with part imprint; and Revenues featuring First Issue Perforated (including a herringbone-cancelled #R102c), Third Issues, Proprietaries, Battleships, Stock Transfers, and more; if you've focused your collection on Front-of-Book material, here's your opportunity to fill in huge swathes of pages for just a fraction of catalogue value (which surpasses $24,000), Mixed quality, very good to fine, with faults, a grand holding, fully imaged online. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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31   imageExtensive Collection, 1847-1975, mounted in Scott National album, classics are mostly used beginning with attractive #1-2, nice 1861's to 12¢ with apparemtly unused 11, scattering of 1857's, 1861's to 90¢, and 1862's to 24¢, some useful grills including 99 with certificate, 1869's complete, a reasonable selection of later banknotes including some high values, small banknotes complete, Columbians to 50¢ with 1¢ and 5¢ unused and with used $2.00, second bureaus mostly complete including $2.00 and $5.00, Trans-Mississippi to 10¢ with $1.00 and extras, well filled from Pan-American on including some better values, starting with the 1920's mostly unused or never hinged, with never hinged 1922 set, White Plains sheet, and Kansas (hinged) and Nebraska (never hinged), Farley's on are mostly complete, airs include used C1-C6, later without C13-C15 unused or never hinged to C22 and some later, few special delivery and other back of the book, contains a good amount of useful and attractive material particularly among the classics, some better later sets and singles; some mixed condition and minor flaws, Fine to Very Fine overall. Shipping charges apply - weight 7 lbs.
Scott $30,000 + owner's catalogue. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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32 499 imagePlate Number Single Collection, 1917 (Scott 499), pair of massive 3 ring binders packed with fresh singles organized on black stock pages in plate number order with vol 1 from 5990-10329 and vol 2 10372-13885; 7,500+ examples with mild duplication, unchecked for premium condition or grading, o.g., some never hinged / some hinged, Very Good to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 11.2 lbs.
Scott $18,750 + w/o premium for NH or #. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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33   imageReprint and Reproduction Collection, 1840s-1950s, in Scott Specialty albums of various cover and stamp reproductions or forgeries, some of which are classically produced, some of which have been produced recently with the aid of inkjet printers and modern printing techniques, a few of these reprints are quite desirable with several interesting supplementary items, such as a few covers signed by postmaster who produced the provisional stamp or various show souvenirs that honor the original stamp, within this collection, you will find: 1X1 three cover reproductions, 2XU1 two cover reproductions, one in blue, 3X1-3X2 two well done cover reproductions, plus a cover signed by J.M. Buchanan (although we suspect it is a different J.M. Buchanan as the signature doesn't match) and 14 more cover reproductions of both denominations, 3 reproductions on piece, 6 label reproductions and group of five 1946 souvenir cards from Baltimore Philatelic Society, 3UX1 one cut square reproduction, 3UX4 two cut square reproductions, 4X1 two cover reproductions, stampless cover from Boscawen, NH free frank signed by PM, 5X1 four cover reproductions, 6X1 two cover reproductions and one free stampless cover from Lockport, NY signed by H.W. Scovell PM, 7X1 two cover reproductions, 8XU1 three cover reproductions and 8XU1 reproduction of 1923 E.A. Mitchell reprint, 8XU1R red and 8XU3R dull blue, in original Carroll Alton Means booklets, very rare as only 130 were printed in each color, Scott describes and values these scarce booklets at approximately $250 each, with 1938 red and blue souvenir pages along with FDC, 9X1 three forgeries, each with FALSH in printing at lower corners, 9X1 two cover reproductions and one reproduction on piece, 10X1, 10X1 two reprints with letter on reverse, 10X1 four forgeries, 10X2 three forgeries, 10X1-2 three cover reproductions, 10X1-2 Rhode Island Philatelic Society 1936 special souvenir No. 296 sheet reprint, 11X1-2 five cover reproductions and 13 stamp forgeries, and small show souvenir cards of 11X1. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.6 lbs. (Image)

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34   imagePowerful Selection of Mint & Used Classics, 1847-1937, Very impressive lineup of classics on stockcards. Better unused include #3, 36, 112, 190-91, 216, 234-37, 347 (plate block of six), C18 and used 17, 37, 67-71, 76-77, 115-16, 162, 165, 218, 229, 276A, 311, 326 and many more, so be sure to check the scans. Also, some stamps are adhering to the stockcard or mount, but none of the above-listed; nevertheless, lot should be evaluated in person. As can be seen, condition will vary, but generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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35   imagePremium Quality Collection, 1851-1943, delightful collection of Regular issue, Airmail, Special Delivery, Postage Due, and Officials lovingly assembled on black stock pages; includes Scott # 32, 36, 67, 70, 71, 72, 75, 87, 89, 90, 92, 96, 97, 98, 121, 152, 208, 219-229 (unused), 238 (mint), 240 (unused), 242, 323-327 (unused), 630 (MNH), Kansas Nebraska (unused), Prexies to $5 Coolige (MNH), and Legends of the West error sheet; BOB includes C1-C6 (MNH), C18 (MNH), and strong mint and used Special Delivery, as well as Postage Due; O47-O56 proof set, O63 (unused), O75 and O78 (unused), O89-O93 (unused), and modern Official plate blocks through $5; generally useful and correctly identified with the occasional miscue, some faults including regumming as one might expect; plenty of meat to chew on, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.8 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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36   imageAdvanced U.S. Plate Number Coils Collection, bulging Scott album of nearly all mint plate number singles and strips through about 2008 issues arranged primarily in Scott number order in mounts on pages or in stock sheets, replete with better issues and numbers as 1895 plate 1-6, 8-14 strips of five, plate 8, 10 imperf strips of five, 1900 plates 3, 5 strips of five, 1900a plate 3-6 strips of five, 1903 plates 1-6 strips of five, 1903a plate 8 strip of five, 1908 plate 2 strip of four, plate 7-8 strips of five, 2005a untagged strip of five with plate 4, three pairs in a strip of six with plate 4 on the 4th stamp, 2523c plate 7 strip of five, 2602 plate A32333 strip of five, O135 plate 1 strip of five (2), etc. plus an array of varieties including some imperfs with additional misperfs, miscuts, tagging omitted, gums and paper, precancel varieties including gaps, etc., also includes some "waiting to be sorted" miscellaneous mint and used singles/ strips, NH or self-adhesive, generally fresh and F-VF, a desirable collection of this popular area, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 10.2 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Image)

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37 1//3182 imageLifetime of Enjoyment Collection, 1847-1998 (Scott 1//3182), Scott National album houses a considerable collection well worth a look; begins with a Blood's Local on cover followed by a few pages of Locals (suspect most reprints); attractive four-margined #1 red cancel on cover from NY to Hartford, 1 (3 margin), stunning 2 with light red cancel, 7, 8A, 14, 17, 29, 30A, 31, 35, 63-78, 86-98, 112-122 (90¢ is a spacefiller), 151-155, 162, 163, 165, 190, 191, 217, 218, 229, 240 (unused), 242, 261, 262, 276, 276A, 277, 291, 311, 312, 523, 630 (unused), Kansas-Nebraskas, mostly used to modern interspersed with mint mini-sheets of last 20 years; Bureau and Washington-Franklin eras very nicely populated; page of dozen Bank Note-era proofs on card labeled as essays (toning noted); condition highly variable and some misidentification is likely; a delicious set of mysteries to unravel, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.4 lbs.
Scott $22,000+. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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38   imageSensational Specimen Collection, comprising #148SA, #63SB-78SB (no 69SB and extra 73SB), #189SD-211SD with four duplicates, #273SE, #277SE, #278SE, #279BjSE (NH but short gum), #294SE-301SE, #303SE-310SE, #63S & #65S with control numbers, #212SK/191SK, #212SL/191SL, #209SM, also includes unlisted items - American Bank Note Company Specimens blocks of 10 in green, red and blue with control numbers 0000000 and block of 20 in purple with different control numbers - all showing an image of a Trojan, two 1c 1851 designs and ten George Washington "Specimen Postage" stamps (9 imperforate), some faults to be expected, on pages in Scott Specialty album, overall, Fine to Very Fine, Scott catalogue value $11,000.+ see all of the Specimens online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 0.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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39   imageAttractive All-Mint Collection, 1857-1980, mounted in a two brown Harris US Classics albums; begins with an o.g. #24, then sparsely filled until 1929, from which date the collection is essentially complete; among the earlies we note a handful of Bank Notes (including #189, 215, 217, 222, 227, 273 and 276), Columbians to the 30¢, some Trans-Mississippis, Pan-Ams complete, a pretty #304, 328-330, 367-369, 439, 611-613, 620-621, while later issues include complete Farleys, Prexies (with line pairs), Liberty, Prominent Americans and Americana sets, etc.; Back-of-the-Book includes Airmails from #7 (no C13-C15, but C18 is present) and 1927-51 Special Delivery issues; much face value in the modern; a few flaws to be expected, but an attractive holding on which to build or to break down for resale, Fine to Very Fine with better, get a taste online. Shipping charges apply - weight 7 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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40   imageClassic Early Mint Sets, 1892-1930, 100+ key mint, unused, and used stamps on three black stock pages; unused or mint (unless noted) include Scott 230-245 Columbians ($2 with fault not counted) and 241 (used), 285-293 Trans Mississippi, 294-299 Pan American Exposition, 323-327 Louisiana Purchase, 328-330 Jamestown Exposition, 505 block of 6, 505 block of 9 (some perf seps), 524, 658-668 Kansas (2 sets), 669-679 Nebraska (2 sets), C13-C15 Zeppelins (both used and unused sets), and more; condition varies as found for this period; tremendous dealer opportunity, Fine to Very Fine. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6)

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