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Finland
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
544   imageFinland, The "Nothing Could Be Finer" Finnish Collection, 1856-1962, neatly mounted in a slipcased Stender album, a virtually complete collection including regular issues, Semi-Postals, Airs, Military Stamps, and 1941-42 Karelia overprints; starts with a well-margined #2 with Wasa low box cancel, followed by Serpentines that will put all the dentists you know on the dole, basic 1875-94 Finnish Coats-of-Arms complete (with a few shades), Russian Coats-of-Arms complete including 7R value (both mint and used) plus cross-gutter blocks of four (1k-4k values) and normal blocks of six (1k-20k), all but one Saarinen and Vaasa Lions, and complete from there including #C1 never hinged; mostly used to 1882, mint with a mix of hinged and never hinged thenceforth; quality and centering appear far superior to most such collections, but beware the occasional fault that may be hiding, Very Fine overall, a gorgeous lot; see it all online. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.8 lbs.
Scott $17,700 (Owner's). (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $4,000-6,000
Currently Opening at...$2,000.00
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545   imageFinland, Sensational Stock Selection of Classics, 1856-1915, a beautiful holding of early material, starting with #2 (5, 2 manuscript cancels, 2 high boxes, one manuscript plus town postmark), followed by a jaw-dropping array of Serpentines, most all fully toothed and with superior centering, with numerous town cancels, low boxes, "FR.KO.", manuscript or manuscript plus postmark, a few color cancels, etc., even including multiples, among which are a strip of four plus single 10k (#5) on piece with three Uleåborg low box cancels, strip of three 8pen (#7) on piece plus two pairs off, 20pen (#9) pairs on piece (4) plus block of four on piece, plus several with double roulettes, ribbed paper, plate flaws, etc.; Russian Coat-of-Arms issues offer both mint and used, including pairs, blocks and a cover; quantities useful, especially as the Serpentines offer a wide range of shades; defective stamps noted and quarantined by the collector, Very Fine overall, a must-see holding; fully imaged online. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.6 lbs.
Scott $19,400 ++. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $4,000-6,000
Currently Opening at...$2,000.00
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546   imageFinland, Spectacular Collection of Postal Entires and Forms, 1850-1950s, all neatly arranged in four G&K binders on stockpages, all identified by Norma catalogue numbers (which clearly delineate more varieties than does Facit); two volumes are dedicated to 123 entires, from Posthorns to Russian-era to post-WWII Semi-Postals, with a solid portion of the post-Posthorns holding parallel mint and used; one volume holds 67 Return Receipts, Receiving Reports, Wrappers, Lettercards and Aerogrammes; and the final volume offers 97 COD, Address and Money Cards; while the Cards offer a colorful array of single, multiple and mixed frankings (even a multi-meter), the real draw of the lot is the Posthorns entires, comprising 1850 5k blue (Facit #FK3) and 10k red rose carmine (#FK4, seven (!), with several different Norma numbers, one addressed to Russia, one with premium low box Sordavala postmark) plus 1856 10k carmine rose red (#FK9, three used, one addressed to Russia but never cancelled)—though the various Coat-of-Arms and Russian-era items aren't too shabby either, including a Specimen 20pen orange, a stamp dealer's corner card, a brightly colored uprated 25pen blue, plus a 20pen blue Russian Double-Eagle uprated by 10pen Saarinen Lion; an exceptional holding of material not often seen in this quantity, quality and variety, Very Fine overall, a must-see; imaged in full online. Shipping charges apply - weight 17.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (PDF4 for this Lot) (PDF5 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,000-4,000
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547   imageFinland, "First Place Finnish" Mint Collection, 1866-2006, In a 2-volume Stender album with all stamps in black mounts, an awesome collection of strong classics and utter completeness from 1927 onwards, with additional booklets and the booklet singles, some FDCs and a complete range of Framas, each design with an average of six denominations. Better stamps in this collection include #17-19, 23 (might be the only used stamp in the collection), 26-30, 31-36, 38-45, 46-58 (58 with cert), 64-69, 75, 82, 111-18, 177-79, C1, M8, Q1-5, Q6-9. Also covers the Finnish occupation of Russia (Aunus) with N13-18, Karelia 1-15, North Ingermanland 1-7, and the islands of Åland (1984-2006), complete and also with many booklets and Framas. An absolutely beautiful collection in every respect and partly viewable online, overall Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 12.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,500-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,300.00
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548   imageFinland, Fantastic First Issues Collection, 1856-92, neatly arranged on quadrille pages in a pristine slipcased Oriel album, an extensive and valuable holding of imperforate and serpentine Coat-of-Arms issues (#1-13) with matching postal stationery, the latter extending to the early Russian period; comprises over 160 examples of stamps and 20 stationery items, mostly used, the stamps organized by issue and then by type, with duplication in useful quantities for the dealer; imperfs cut close or toned, the serpentines generally with teeth superior enough to make the most hardened dentist smile; a gorgeous collection and study group with enormous catalogue value, Fine to Very Fine with much better, fully imaged online. Shipping charges apply - weight 3.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,500-3,500
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549   imageFinland, Attractive Mint and Used Collection of Postal Cards, 1871-1953, a whopping 476 cards presented on stockpages in five binders, all identified by Norma number (#1//117), with a fair number present parallel mint and used; essentially all clean with a solid range of printing and paper varieties (12 sides of minor numbers of #1 alone!), shades, postmarks, auxiliary markings, Reprints, and more; an interesting window on Finland's political history, with early cards in Finnish only, followed by trilingual Finnish-Swedish-Russian, bilingual Finnish-Russian, Russian only and back to Finnish; note 1881 10pen (Norma #16) with double printing of the indicia (1995 Philatelic Federation of Finland certificate), uprated cards, two 1901 "Mourning Stamp" design cards (one mint, one sent from Helsinki), a censored card, an attractive set of Anti-TB Semi-Postal cards with different designs on reverse, a Military card, and more besides; also included is a handy concordance of 1983 vs. 2002 Norma stationery numbers; generally fresh and sound, Fine to Very Fine with better, an amazing compilation; see it all online. Shipping charges apply - weight 20.4 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
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550   imageFinland, Multifaceted and Valuable Stock Holding, in five albums or binders with another stack of material loose (much on counter book pages or Jay Smith sales cards), a healthy quantity of material to replenish your stock; albums comprise 1875-1925 issues, 1875-Russian era, Serpentines to 1941, Serpentines to post-WWII Lions, and a group of nearly 60 order number blocks (1910-56); nice mix of mint/unused, used and on-cover uses, with unused #35-37 with proofs of the 5M and 10M values (small faults), plate and perforation varieties, shades, cancels galore and more to appeal to clients; loose material includes some better such as exceptional quality used #27, 31, and 67, and mint #33a, 43, 43a (not necessarily expensive stamps, but these are top-notch as seldom seen), #Q1-Q5 (2 sets, 1 never hinged, 1 used), Q6-Q9 never hinged, used #16, complete booklet of #218 footnote, lightly hinged #71b bottom margin block of four, used strip of four #75, etc.; some condition issues particularly on earlies, but generally clean and sound with great retail potential; owner catalogued only part of this group, but just that totals over $9500, Fine to Very Fine with much better, inspection invited; see a sampling online. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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551   imageFinland, Strong Postal History Selection, ca. 1866-1944, comprising a couple hundred covers plus a similar number of postal cards, variously franked (or not), and offering a snapshot of Finnish postal markings; most sleeved individually (or sensibly grouped), some identified and priced, all ready for your next online listing or bourse; begins with a well-toothed #9 on cover, a #10 on cover that's got it all: thrice-tied by manuscript, Helsingfors postmark and low box receiver, with two boxed dated "ANK" markings alongside; an attractive #23 on cover, a 40pen Saarinen Lion bisect on 5.III.18 cover (Facit #71v), an attractive mixed franking 1930 Zeppelin cover with all appropriate cachets, 1916 picture post card with Cyrillic military censor marking, a 1907 trilingual cancel ("Helsingfors/Helsinki/Gel'singfors") on cover to Sweden, Military Post covers (some franked), Russian-era issues, Parcel Post address cards, and much more besides; condition varies, but much sound and saleable, with much of interest for the specialist, Fine to Very Fine or better, inspection invited. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.4 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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552   imageFinland, Wide-ranging Cancels Collection, several hundred stamps from the Serpentines to about the early 1940s, along with a few stationery items, presented on a variety of pages in a springback album with additional loose pages in a glassine, offering a broad array of Finnish cancels; the album begins with a strong 14-page (!) holding of Railway cancels including a couple on incoming Swedish stamps and a nice mix of night run cancels; Swedish "Fra Finland" and Stockholm cancels on Finnish stamps, one noted "shipwreck", Roman-only and mixed Russian-Cyrillic cancels, etc.; the loose material includes alphabetical towns (H-Å), Åland cancels, boxed "FRKO", a few low boxes, "ANK", grids, quartered and segmented cork, colors, crossroads, circles-of-wedges, and much, much more; attractive holding that generally appear sound, but as usual, faults should be expected, Fine to Very Fine with better, fully imaged online. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,200-1,800
Currently Opening at...$600.00
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553   imageFinland, Collection of Russia Used in Finland, 1904-16, 153 items (singles, pairs, blocks and larger multiples, pieces and covers/fronts) neatly arranged and annotated on quadrille pages in a blue springback binder, comprising the 1889-1904 Coat-of-Arms issue (no 7R value), 1909-11 Coat-of-Arms, and 1913 Romanov Issue (to the 25k value); each item is identified by location, with a solid range of towns represented; covers and cards include Registered, domestic and foreign destinations, numerous wartime Censors, and more; an intriguing look at this relatively brief period of Finnish history, Fine to Very Fine with better, see it all online. Shipping charges apply - weight 3 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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554   imageFinland, A Legion of Lions Collection, 1917-18, in three binders plus additional, a varied and semi-specialized compilation of the Saarinen and Vaasa Lions, including proofs (normal plus one UPU for an unissued value), reversed watermarks, offsets, plate flaws, cancels, overprints, blocks and larger multiples (including marginals), full sheets of Saarinen issue to 50pf (some duplication, but sheets show different order numbers), some perforation flaws, and more; nice mix of mint and used and a boon for the specialist; initial review suggests all sound, but expect the occasional flaw as usual in a lot this size; owner's catalogue value on two binders totals over $4800, Fine to Very Fine with better throughout, see a sampling online. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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