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684   imageKorea, Mind-Blowing, Mostly Mint Stock, 1884-1970, In three boxes containing large-size glassines and small manila envelopes, an incredible offering of mostly mint stock and a lot never-hinged, and not just the standard catalogue numbers, but also varieties, such as inverted surcharges, unlisted imperfs and others. But before we get ahead of ourselves, let's talk about these so-called presentation sheets, which are only mentioned in Scott but not listed. In essence, they are of the same format as the souvenir sheets which are listed in Scott, but prior to 1957, they were only distributed to government officials and not sold to the general public. They are quite scarce and you'll find some of them here including the following referencing the Scott number, #126, 132-173 (almost all in duplication, some as many as 12), and B3 (2). As far as Scott-listed items, extensive stock with many better individual items and sets, such as mint #2, 9d (block of 4), 90, 198 (2 strips of 4), 199 (7), 200-202 (blocks of 6), 203D (2 blocks of 4), 217 (2 blocks of 4), 255a (complete booklet of 5 panes), 370a (block of 5), 371-372 (blocks of 4), 394-396, C4 (block of 4), C27-C30, C35-C38 (blocks of 4), and tons more. As previously mentioned, inverted surcharges, not as mere singles but mint blocks: 127a-128a, 175a-176a, 178a, which are listed in Scott, but more unlisted material, like a pair of #103 imperforate between or imperfs of the following: 119-121, 195 (pair) and blocks of 4 of 62-63 (2), 68, 70, 122-123, 126, 186A-186B, 187B, 202A, 204-205, 206-208, 213-215, B1-B2, C12-C16 (2). It might be a long time before we see stock from this time period rival this! generally Fine to Very Fine, because of the difficulty of photographing this lot, we highly recommend viewing in person. Shipping charges apply - weight 8.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,500-5,000
Currently Opening at...$2,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
685   imageKorea, Mint Collection, FDCs, Postal Stationery & More, 1949-69, A beautiful two-volume album from the Korean Ministry of Communications published in 1959 and still in excellent condition featuring a virtually complete set of stamps (not including souvenir sheets) from 1951-58 beginning with the Melbourne Olympic issue. Also from the same governmental department are two identical albums also in great condition containing reproductions of #1-54. We also have around 400 FDCs spanning 1953-69 with many better, such as #195, 200-202, 232-234, 265-267 (2), 290a, 291a, 353-355, 356-357, 400-403, 434-443, C35-C38, etc. Also a few hundred pieces of unused postal stationery from aerogrammes to postal reply cards and well over 10,000 stamps in the form of bundleware, but not your typical dime-a-dozen, but stamps cataloging over $1 each, like #186 (900), 203 (1,100), 264 (900), C8 (900), or the 500h Sika Deer stamp in particular. Depending on the watermark, it could be #198, 239, 261 or 281 ranging from $4.75-$10; well, there's 9,600 copies, so grab a watermark detector and get out that calculator! Generally Fine to Very Fine, additional images available online. Shipping charges apply - weight 20.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
Currently Opening at...$1,300.00
Will close during Public Auction

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