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Worldwide

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LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
795   imageWorldwide, Extensive Old-Tyme Collection, 1840-1924. Very well filled Schaubek album (1924 Edition - which is in impeccable condition) with very nice Europe including mint and used issues and some sets, noted very good Old German States, Scandinavia, France and colonies, Italy and territories, Great Britain and colonies, Switzerland, Spain, Japan, USA, condition generally Fine-VF, the occasional fault as one might expect, have a peek as it is fully imaged online for your viewing pleasure. Shipping charges apply - weight 11.5 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (PDF4 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $15,000-20,000
Currently Opening at...$7,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
796   imageWorldwide, Alpha and Omega Collection, 1840 to 1970s, mint and used and housed in 30 bulging and loaded Scott International Albums, some so heavy they are hard to manage, containing stamps from every corner of the globe and offered intact at the owners instruction, formed by a working laborer who collected passionately for six decades, so many stamps it would be daunting to estimate, He, like most of our elder clients, loved all the Blue Chip Countries; Great Britain; Canada; Austria; Belgium; France; Germany; Luxembourg; Netherlands; Switzerland and a host of others too lengthy to list, condition seemed clean overall, an impressive start to collecting the World or an excellent unit to be broken apart and sold for a tidy profit, the collector neatly arranged the pages in each volume so that the best items were in the front as presented alphabetically by voume, the owners inventory last done in 2007 exceeded $175,000 Scott Catalog Value, trust your gut on this one, generally Fine to Very Fine or better. Shipping charges apply - weight 300 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $15,000-20,000
Currently Opening at...$9,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
797   imageWorldwide, "What's in Your Album?", 18-Volume Set of Scott Internationals, 1840-1980s, International album sets this size are not supposed to be this full! So often, collectors get overwhelmed by the size and scope resulting in vastly under-filled volumes. Certainly not the case with these babies! Eighteen very large Scott Blues, a mix of mint & used with many in mounts; strength in virtually all areas, from the British Commonwealth to Latin America, this collector was clearly swinging for the fences! Extremely well-filled throughout all volumes, we're talking about an enormous variety of virtually all different stamps with an astronomical amount of catalogue value, more than likely in the six-figure range. There's a used Great Britain #1, an unused Newfoundland #1, and others which catalogue over $100. Best reviewed on-site, but we are including quick flips of a couple of volumes to also give you a visual of what was described here. Condition will inevitably vary, but generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 158 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

Estimate $12,000-15,000
Currently Opening at...$6,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
798   imageWorldwide, Global Wall of Stamps, 1863-2020, 53 binders filled with black stock pages annotated with catalog numbers; includes Afghanistan, Albania, Austria, Baltics, Belgium & Colonies, Bhutan, China (with Ryukyu and Korea), Jugoslavia, DDR, Ecuador, Europa, France (2), French Colonies, Germany (4), Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Greece, Israel (with tabs), Japan (2), Liberia, Lebanon (with Palestine, Syria, Turkey, and Libya), Luxembourg & Liechtenstein, Monaco & San Marino, Netherlands & Colonies, Norway, Poland (2), Portugal & Colonies, Romania, Russia, Scandinavia (2), South America (2), Spain & Colonies, Sweden (2), Switzerland, United Nations (2), US Trusts, Vatican, and Virgin Islands; literally thousands for fun or profit. Shipping charges apply - weight 226 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $7,500-10,000
Currently Opening at...$3,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
799   imageWorldwide, Roller Coaster Ride of Albums & Stockbooks, 1840-1990s, Around 120 albums, some on the verge of falling apart while others in near pristine condition, and some with just a handful of stamps, while others are loaded with thousands. And just about everyone reading this has owned at least one of the albums contained in this description. Numerous from Scott, Minkus, Harris; higher-end albums, many hingeless from Lindner, SAFE, Davo and Lighthouse. Some smash hits from yesteryear, like a Schwaneberger album (Kaiser Edition!) from 1912 and a Scott International from ca. 1900. Some fine homemade jobs, for example, the stamps of Switzerland from the 1960s with mint blocks, FDCs and some gorgeous ETBs, another on the Feudatory States of India, and a 2-volume set of mint & used Machins including Regionals with many on cover. And you never know what you'll find; quickly flipping through I came across at least two Great Britain #1's. Other highlights include strong United Nations with multiple collections including postal stationery, souvenir cards and mini-sheets, Poland mint & used in multiple Lindner albums, jam-packed worldwide albums, each with many 1000's, and many other single country albums with better sets & singles throughout. Tons more in over 40 stockbooks of various sizes with useful mint/used stock; abundant Great Britain & Commonwealth, Greece, France among others. In addition, many hundreds of "102" cards in four red boxes, a counter book and old, brittle circuit book pages of classic Austria and Lombardy-Venetia. Just like a roller coaster, there are ups and downs, but what a ride this lot is! It goes without saying that condition will vary, but on the whole Fine to Very Fine, a few video flips as a sneak peek but this lot should be viewed in person. Shipping charges apply - weight 630 lbs. (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
Currently Opening at...$3,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
800   imageWorldwide, Avalanche of Circuit Books, Where do circuit books go when they are retired? Well, around 1,000 of them ended up here, and there's a little bit of everything, from British & French Colonies, to the U.S., Asia, Latin America and the rest of the world. Consignor states that the remaining value is about $86,000, and from the looks of it, that sounds about right. Considering that the consignor only asked about 40% of catalogue, the total cat value must then easily exceed $200,000. This could be the biggest bargain of the sale, and because all the stamps are already organized and listed, perfect for the reseller, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 171 lbs. (Image)

Estimate $5,000-7,500
Currently Opening at...$2,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
801   imageWorldwide, Voluminous Globe-Trotting Collection, 1872-2014, about 50 albums, stockbooks, and yearbooks from around the world; Vatican sumptuous Yearbooks from 1999, 2003, and 2005 as well as a G&K stockbook with a few hundred mint sets and singles and a 3 ring binder packed with mint issues; Worldwide several hundred sets, singles mini and souvenir sheets from Poland, Spain, Japan, China, Korea, Romania, Hungary, Israel (low value Coins plate blocks), Great Britain, and Finland; Russia mint blocks, partial sheets, and numerous souvenir sheets plus a few hundred singles on manila stock pages; Nicaragua 4//708, C236-240, J36-J41, O1-O51, O100-O108, O129-O139, O158-O166; Monaco sets and souvenir sheets in the hundreds; Israel large stockbook packed with mint tab singles and a second volume of plate blocks (no duplication); Sweden packed with exquisite booklets and souvenir sheets; China hundreds of stamps in sets, blocks, as well as postal stationery and a few premium FDCs; Slim UPU binder with about a hundred related issues and covers; Tunisia binder mixed older classics with more modern mint; Germany in at least a dozen slender black paged stockbooks each containing perhaps 200 stamps as well as a large binter with modern blocks and "Yearbooks" from 1995-1998; Saarland in a diminutive stockbook with several dozen stamps; Bosnia & Herzegovina relagated to a few scant stock pages; World Food Day (Oct 16th) stockbook with topical issues from several countries; Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg and Ukraine with a few hundred mixed used and unused examples; packed binder with UN, Tuvalu, Austria, Panama, Norway (booklets), Canada, Antigua, Gibraltar, Australia, Cayman Islands, Liberia, Viet Nam, and many more; Aviation and Space related binder with souvenir and mini sheets from all over the globe, includes a pair of Graf Zeppelin covers with C18 postmarked in Akron; extensive Czech Republic with a 1,000 used on manila stock pages and well over 100 mint souvenir and mini sheets as well as another volume with a 1,000 more; Minkus New Worldwide album well stocked with several hundred stamps; Worldwide including Lundy, Canada booklets, British Honduras plate blocks, GB Machin corner blocks, about 20 Ireland corner blocks, seven mini sheets from Spain; Argentina stockbook with several hundred nicely arranged; Austria mixed mint and postally used in a European stockbook; and thousands more in a pair of Harris Citation albums, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 154 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $4,000-6,000
Currently Opening at...$2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
802   imageWorldwide, "Who's on First" Collection of the World's #1's, 1840-1994, A collection of the "Number Ones of the World" according to the Scott Catalogue. This homemade collection neatly presented and annotated on pages is arranged chronologically as opposed to alphabetically. From four copies of Great Britain's #1 to the Palestinian Authority, around 300 different issuing entities are represented in this mostly used collection. As you would expect, many high value items, such as used Brazil, United States, Switzerland, France, Canada, Nova Scotia, Portugal (with certificate), Cape of Good Hope, Tasmania, Western Australia, St. Helena, Ceylon, Russia (on piece), Two Sicilies, New Caledonia, Poland, China, Crete (with certificate), and unused Ionian Islands, Liberia, Greece, Netherlands Indies, etc. Condition does vary, but generally Fine, sit back and enjoy the video as the entire collection is viewable online. Shipping charges apply - weight 12.2 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,500-4,500
Currently Opening at...$1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
803   imageWorldwide, "Oldies But Goodies" Mostly Used Collection, 1857-1920, In two clean, neatly-organized and like-new binders, many hundreds of classics with plenty of better material, like used British Central Africa #59d, Canada 74 (2) tied on envelope entire, China 11-12, 121, France 1, 7 (4), 64, 66, 79, 89, 93-94 (3), 96, 102 (2), 107-08, J7, Germany 27, Great Britain 26, 43, 99-100, 133, 136, 138, 139-41, Hanover 22-23 (2), Norway 1, 3-5, 10-12, 21, 22-34, 59, Rhodesia 36, 123a, 125, 129a, Saxony 2, 9-13, United States 14, 68, 70, 76, 89, R94c & R100c on separate documents, and… well, I could spend another hour or two identifying more, but have a look for yourself, as the entire collection is viewable online. Some condition issues will exist, but generally Fine to Very Fine, for the unused stamps, a bit of sticking going on, but nothing major and for the most part, should be fine if handled with care. Shipping charges apply - weight 9.8 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,500-5,000
Currently Opening at...$1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
804   imageWorldwide, New Issues Stock to 2010. Housed in five double-thick, bulging-at-the-seams, stockbooks, very extensive, sets, souvenir sheets and booklets, all still valid for postage, including beautiful topics. Includes material from Singapore, Thailand, France, Channel Islands, New Zealand, Sweden, Canada, USA, Australia and many others in manageable quantities. Great lot for resellers!!! Face value over US $10,000, ideal lot for re-stocking, Ebay and online sales at a fraction of the face value, Generally Very Fine and Never Hinged, fully imaged online. Shipping charges apply - weight 32.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,000-4,000
Currently Opening at...$1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
805   imageWorldwide, Wonderful Collection, 1941-63, eight volumes of Scott International (Parts II-IV) albums; 40,000 stamps for the period with quality sets throughout; the albums are clean and in great condition and the pages are very well-populated; mint are in clear or black mounts; check it out on the website, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 54 lbs. (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) (Video8 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,000-4,000
Currently Opening at...$1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
806   imageWorldwide, Wild & Woolly Adventure Lot, Three boxes filled with tens of thousands of stamps, the vast majority in glassines. Didn't see any U.S. while sifting through, but quite a bit of Canal Zone and virtually all other areas: Eastern & Western Europe, Latin America, Asia, British Commonwealth, etc. Primarily mint with sets, sheets, blocks, souvenir sheets and mostly in the timeframe of 1950s-90s. Perfect for the internet seller or circuit book maker! generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 45.4 lbs. (Image)

Estimate $3,000-5,000
Currently Opening at...$1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
807   imageWorldwide, Mint & Used Collections in 40+ Binders, 1849-1985, In over forty binders with all stamps blackmounted on album pages, decent starter collections on many fronts, and especially useful for the collector who is not satisfied with the shortcomings of an international album series. Some albums are sparsely populated while others are well-filled, in particular mint & used China (1885-1968), Haiti (1881-1970), Spain (1850-1984), and Taiwan (1945-70), an almost all mint collection of the Dominican Republic (1879-1966), mostly mint Nepal (1881-1985), and mostly used France (1852-1974) and Persia (1876-1977). And these are also the kind of collections where you can flip through a number of empty pages and then suddenly happen upon a better set. Here's a sampling of some of the better items I encountered: Ceylon used #3-4, 6-6A, 9-11, 15, 38, 42, China used 10-11, 120-21, 620, 731, 969-70, 980 and mint 276-79, 280-83, 284-87, Finland used 23, France used B11 and mint B249-54, B258-63, B294-99, Haiti mint 1-4, Israel mint 16, J1-5, Italy used 24-33, 324-28, mint Offices in China (Peking) 12-19, 21, 22-27, 30, J6-8, Offices in China (Tientsin) 5-13, 23, J6-7, Offices in Turkey (Salonika) 1-8, Offices in Turkey (Smyrna) 7, Offices in Turkey (Valona) 1-8, Nepal used 4, 7, 10a, and mint 44-50, 51-59, 134, Spain mint B109-22, C1-5, C6-11, C12-17, O20-29, and a set of seven mint gutter pairs of Triste Zone A with "Natale Triestino" overprint. In addition to many other collections, such as Afghanistan (1873-1964), Australia with States (1860-1967), Belgium (1849-1950), Brazil (1850-1975), Denmark (1851-1970), Greece (1861-1954), Hungary (1871-1953), St. Pierre et Miquelon (1892-1964), also a nearly complete mint collection in a 1977 album of QEII's Silver Jubilee and a file of mostly hinged stamps on a variety of old album pages, overall Fine to Very Fine, a few additional images online but on-site inspection is highly recommended. Shipping charges apply - weight 187 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (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
Currently Opening at...$1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
808   imageWorldwide, Chaotic Yet Enticing Adventure Lot, I always wanted to bid on a lot like this; boxes crammed haphazardly with all sorts of material. Perhaps it was a last-ditch effort to grab whatever from a burning home? Or maybe the person was served an eviction notice because they spent all their money on stamps and could no longer afford to pay the rent? Whatever the case may be, there's a lot of worthwhile material here in many hundreds, if not thousands of "102" cards, mostly loose but an entire red box of Switzerland too. Tons more in glassines, both mint & used, and in sets. Larger quantities of Spain, Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, France, Hungary, Israel, Great Britain and U.S. on paper. Some unusual items, like a stocksheet of Swiss Probedrucke (test stamps), a number of U.S. coins including steel pennies, proof sets and Susan B. Anthony dollars, and a bunch of certs, mostly bad, but some declared genuine, such as U.S. 2¢ Jackson Z-Grill (#85B). Additional pix online but we highly recommend viewing this lot in person, generally Fine to Very Fine, perfect for the semi-retired reseller with a lot of time! Shipping charges apply - weight 64.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,000-4,000
Currently Opening at...$1,500.00
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809   imageWorldwide, Mint/Used Collections with Strong France, Egypt, Russia & Others, 1850-2002, A total of 20 albums and two binders with enough stamps, if placed end-to-end, would encircle the earth. Alright, I'm obviously exaggerating, but we are talking about many thousands of stamps with some very nice collections in the mix. In one Scott binder you will find densely populated mint/used collections of France (1853-1982) and Egypt (1867-1979), another with Portugal (1866-1980), very well-filled collections of mostly used Sweden (1858-2002), highly complete mint Micronesia (1984-97), powerful mostly used Russia (1875-2000), a CTO collection of Vietnam (1959-89), and very respectable collections of Austria (1850-1977), United Nations (1951-87) with an additional binder of mint postal stationery and souvenir cards, mint Laos (1951-67), mint Congo (1959-75) in a hingeless Lighthouse album, a mint/used collection of Germany (1872-1948), Latin American countries A-G, and others including an over-filled Minkus worldwide album. Condition will vary over a collection this vast, but generally Fine to Very Fine, for a look under the hood, check out the video flips online. Shipping charges apply - weight 80.8 lbs. (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 $2,500-3,500
Currently Opening at...$1,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
810   imageWorldwide, Mint & Used Country Collections, 1856-1984, Worldwide collections in over twenty albums, mostly hinged but many in mounts. Some all or mostly mint collections include France (1939-82), Great Britain (1911-60), Guatemala (1871-1977), Laos (1951-69), Lebanon (1960-68), Philippines (1863-1966), Portugal (1948-83), St. Lucia (1860-1984), Spain (1943-82), Syria (1942-69), Vietnam (1951-75). Mostly used collections of Brazil (1942-69), Bulgaria (1940-74), Germany (1925-82), Hungary (1945-1974), Mexico (1856-1974), Poland (1918-76), Russia (1955-76). And if you're wondering if these are merely remainder collections, here's just a sampling of the better items I came across: Germany mint #B91-92, Great Britain used 173, 179-80, 222-24, and possibly complete collections of the 1937 & 1953 Coronations, Guatemala mint 7-10 and used 20, Laos mint 25-26, C13, C20-21, Philippines mint N1-7, NJ1 and plate blocks of six of C47-51, EO1, O11-14, St. Lucia mint 1, 5-6, 13, 15017, 19-21, 25, 37-39, 43-48, 50-54, 60-63, 76-89, 95-106, and used 2, 7-10, 22, 24, 39, 40a, Vietnam mint 1-13, 30-35, 39-50. And to sweeten the pot even more, some premium collections on stocksheets of British Guiana, with mint 29, 92 and used 25, 27, 45, 79, 99, 106, and French Guiana mint 7, 10, 19-20, 24-26, 30, 32-48, and used 13, 18, 21, 28-29, overall Fine to Very Fine, recommended to view on-site but we are including additional images. Shipping charges apply - weight 116.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,500-3,500
Currently Opening at...$1,300.00
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811   imageWorldwide, Collections of Mint Japan, Laos, New Zealand & More, 1882-1990, Two virtually all-mint collections in hingeless Lighthouse albums; Japan (1894-1988) is sparse on 19th century but is extremely well-filled from 1956 on and many better throughout, such as mint #87-90, 112, 148-151, 163-166, 201, 227-229, 378a, 422-423, 438, 439-441, 480-497, 521c. New Zealand (1882-1990) is also not missing much from 1936 on and features better mint like #64, 78, 123-124, 170, 179-181, 288-301, B3-B4, C1-C3, C4-C5. Also, one Lighthouse album for United States Commemoratives from 1893-1976, as well as a mint sheet folder filled with sheets in the 10¢-13¢ range. The last collection is Laos (1951-75), all mint and in mounts on Scott pages with such better as #25-26, C13, C20-C21. But that's not all, as we also have five stockbooks filled with modern mint singles & blocks of the above-mentioned countries, as well as three boxes of many hundreds of modern worldwide covers organized by region: Europe, Asia & Pacific, generally Fine to Very Fine, a few video flips but should be reviewed in person. Shipping charges apply - weight 80 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,000.00
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812   imageWorldwide, Over-stuffed Album Collection, 1959-63, 20,000 different stamps so packed into a Scott International Part V that it blew off the covers with nothing but the spine and pages remaining, how so many stamps can be crammed onto these pages is a mystery; includes sets, singles, and souvenir sheets with some unused but most postally used; virtually every page is plastered with issues and what remains of this album is unbelievably heavy; just waiting to be broken down and sold online, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 12 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,000.00
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813   imageWorldwide, "The Whole Ball of Wax" Collection of Stamps, Stamps & More Stamps, Gigantic lot of easily 100,000+ stamps; shoeboxes, bags, glassine files, loose album pages, stockbooks, old circuit books, counter pages, photo albums, cigar boxes, "102" cards, vintage stamp albums, etc. Whatever the container, it's packed with stamps, some loose, some on paper; there are portions which are quite organized, while others border on chaos. Much United States, Canada, Great Britain, New Zealand noted, as well as various covers, U.S. FDCs and souvenir pages, postal stationery, and tons more to be discovered as only the surface was scratched when examining this lot. A true adventure lot if there ever was one! Condition will inevitably vary, but generally Fine to Very Fine. Due to the nature of this lot, only an on-site visit could possibly do it justice. Shipping charges apply - weight 385 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,000.00
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814   imageMulti-Generational US & Worldwide Collection, formed by three generations sadly now an estate, comprised mostly of used stamps on about 1,000 stockpages, better includes US, Great Britain, Germany, some Asia including China, a handful of mostly US covers including a very scarce used Civil War Patriotic design on a cover front and an all-over Spanish American War Patriotic, an absolutely gorgeous 7.5 x 5 in. Valentine with green "Mt. Washington KY Feb. 13" circular datestamp "3" and "PAID" handstamps, also includes an accumulation of used 2c Columbian stamps in five small albums, 21 13c US State Flags Sheets (Scott 1682a), an album of India, and more, overall Fine-Very Fine, there are many stockpages that have better stamps interspersed in the approximately 1,000 stockpages, so even though we have scanned three albums for your viewing pleasure, this lot must be carefully viewed to properly appreciate and evaluate, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 220 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Image)

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815   imageWorldwide Stamp Collection, tens of thousands of stamps, better countries including Australia, Austria, Bolivia, Canada, Cuba, France, Great Britain, Guyana, Iceland, India, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Romania, and Sweden; exceptionally well-organized on printed album pages, also includes a modest inventory on #102 cards, accompanied by a detailed inventory by the owner, who was a known part-time stamp dealer in the Northeast; owner's catalog value well into the tens of thousands, Very Fine, see a nice sample online so you get the feel of this collection. Shipping charges apply - weight 440 lbs. (Image)

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816   imageWorldwide, Mint & Used Classic Collection, 1849-1940, Four volumes of the Scott International, all in slipcases and in excellent condition, with a mixed mint & used collection from the classic era. What makes this lot especially fun to thumb through, is the close attention paid by the collector to reprints and forgeries referencing both Billig's Philatelic Handbook series and the legendary Serrane Guide. Better items to be found throughout including used Finland #9-10, France 6, 11-13, 20, 29-31, 50-53, Great Britain 17, 27, 32, 43 (plate 14), 48-50, 55, 61-62, 67, 71, 73, 78-81, 85, 99, 104-05, 107, 116-22, 140, 173, 179, 181, Italy 33, 62-63, Nepal 9 (pair), Netherlands 12, 32, Norway 3, 19, 33, Roman States 4, 8, Russia 12, Switzerland 35, 37-38, 41-48, 54, 75, Tuscany 6 and mint Korea 2. Condition will vary, but generally Fine to Very Fine, many scans viewable online. Shipping charges apply - weight 27.8 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
Currently Opening at...$750.00
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817   imageWorldwide, Spanning the World Collection, 1856-1940, seven-volume (one with poor binder) Scott International moderately populated with most postally used; many thousands in sets and singles; a collector spent a lifetime putting it together and it can be yours, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 50 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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818   imageWorldwide, Mostly Unused Postal Stationery, 1879-1949, With at least 800, but probably closer to 1,000 pieces of postal stationery from a number of countries and much of it identified by Higgins & Gage catalogue number. Very strong Italy and Japan, extensive Colombia and Belgian Congo, and nearly 100 from Jamaica, about 140 from the Feudatory States of India, and 40 all used and censored during WWI from Hungary. Other countries include Cape Verde, Iceland and Israel, generally Fine to Very Fine, additional images online. Shipping charges apply - weight 12 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

Estimate $1,500-2,000
Currently Opening at...$750.00
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819   imageWorldwide, "Stamp of Approval" Remainder Lot, 1851-1980s, Expectations can be quite often low after setting aside the core collections from an estate, but occasionally we'll run across a lot like this, still brimming with worthwhile material. There's the usual floor sweepings, such as brown paper bags stuffed with stamps on paper, random stockcards, old circuit books, tupperware containers filled with loose stamps, and some of it a bit more organized, like a glassine file alphabetized by country, some counter pages, a stockbook, annual mint sets, and a couple of red boxes filled with "102" cards. It is then we begin to see better material catch our eye. After poking around for a bit, here's what I saw: Azores used #27, 53-54, Belgium mint 134, Canada mint 58, 136-38, 149-59 and used 22, 82-83, France mint B28-30, Great Britain used 27, 29 (plate 12), 32, 43 (plate 10), 43a, 49, 51, 61-62, 66-68, 87, 94-95, 96, 100, 103-05, 107, 139, 222-24, Newfoundland mint 145-59, and used 25, 30, 32A, Straits Settlements used 2, Switzerland mint 242, United States used 1, 9, 68, 72, 77-78, 87, 93, 96, 112-13, 117, and a couple of proofs from the 1861 issue. We're including some scans of the U.S. to whet your appetite and view the lot in person. You'll be glad you did! generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 24.8 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
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820   imageWorldwide, Mostly Latin American Mint & Used Collections, 1855-1996, Large holding of 24 binders / stockbooks, more than half of which cover Latin America, totaling thousands of stamps both mint & used all neatly arranged. Among the countries of Latin America on offer here include Argentina (1860-1994), Bolivia (1867-1993), Brazil (1884-1994), Chile (1867-1993), Colombia (1877-1996), Costa Rica (1863-1994), Cuba (1855-1959), Dominican Republic (1880-1991), Ecuador (1872-1994), El Salvador (1889-1993), Guatemala (1875-1994), Honduras (1865-1995), Mexico (1886-1994), Nicaragua (1882-1991), Uruguay (1884-1994), Venezuela (1882-1992) and more. Other areas also included in this lot are Afghanistan (1921-89), Andorra (1929-1995) which include both French & Spanish administrations, Liberia (1880-1963), Monaco (1891-1993), and two binders on all three offices of the United Nations (1954-99). And that's still not all, as there are four more binders filled mostly with worldwide booklets & mini-sheets with much from Scandinavia, Belgium and the British Commonwealth. I don't know how we could possibly show you all of this, but there's a taste of it online, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 104 lbs. (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)

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821   imageWorldwide, Old-Time Global Collection, 1850-1972, many thousands of stamps in 15 mostly German albums and stockbooks; several Elbe binders with quadrille pages and thousands of hinged Third Reich, German Colonies, German Republic and American stamps (Famous American plate blocks and later); a few Thorpe & Martin albums with Danzig, Bavaria, and Imperial Germany; the meat is in the 1936 and 1937 Schaubek albums which are extensively populated, since it appears the collecting occurred at least 50 years ago there is precious little Cancel To Order material; nice selections of Turkey, France, Australian States, Natal, Armenia, Russia, Iceland, Austria, Italy and Japan; includes a 1958 Minkus All American with a fair showing of moderate value; much to be harvested here, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 62.6 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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822   imageWorldwide, "Antiques of Philately" Selection of Mostly Used Worldwide Classics, 1843-1913, This homemade collection was assembled as a retirement project by a lifelong APS member and features many of the world's #1's as well as many other high-value stamps. Arranged by geographical region, you will be able to view this collection online, but here are some of the highlights in the order they appear: used Canada #4, New Brunswick #1, Newfoundland #1, 20, Bahamas #14, Barbados #6, Cape of Good Hope #4, St. Helena #1, 5, India #4, New South Wales #2, 16 (pair), Queensland #5, South Australia #7, Tasmania #6, 14 (strip of 3), Victoria #1, Western Australia #1, 14, New Zealand #14-15, Mexico #4 (handstamped Guadalajara), Brazil #1, 26, 39, France #1, Saxony #2 (on piece), Modena #1, Romagna #2, Sardinia #2, Tuscany #5, Two Sicilies #13, Luxembourg #1, Switzerland #8, Liechtenstein #3. Some nice unused too, like Newfoundland #11A, Natal #15 (imperforate proof), and a Specimen of the 7½p of Canada from 1857 (Unitrade #9TCi). I'm fairly certain the collector had as much joy assembling this collection as we have viewing it, overall Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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823   imageWorldwide, "Got Stamps?" Mint & Used Accumulation with Covers, 1841-2000s, Numerous stockbooks, hundreds of covers, boxes and glassines with thousands of stamps, and a handful of albums, one in particular, a Scott International from 1935 absolutely loaded and many better throughout, like United States mint #225, and used #63, 73, 112-117, 285-290, 298-299, 300-310, 323-327, 403-404, Q1-Q10, Q12 and Great Britain used #3, 49, 55, 61, 66, 82, 96, 100-101, 104, 121-122, 138-139. Other albums of interest include one from the 1937 Coronation of King George VI which looks complete and a beautiful two-volume set on the Centennial of the Universal Postal Union from 1974. This too is an all-mint collection with hardly a stamp missing and featuring worldwide with many booklets and miniature sheets. We're including a few scans from one album, but a lot like this really needs to be reviewed in person, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 62.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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824   imageWorldwide, Mint & Used Accumulation of Collections, 1850-2000, A half dozen albums, about twice as many stockbooks, as well as some counter books. There's a lot of ground to cover, so let's get started, beginning with a mostly mint Liechtenstein (1917-84) collection in a hingeless Lighthouse album which looks complete from 1957 on and features such better as mint #82-85, 116-29, 151, 171, 356, C14 and used 159a. We also have a 2-volume hingeless Edifil set of mint Vatican (1929-87) with 19-34, 41-46, 47-54, 55-60, 122-31, 149-53, 155a, 173, J1-6, and a 3-volume set of mint Israel (1948-86) on White Ace pages with all stamps in mounts and looks complete from 1953 onwards. Better mint with tabs include 23-24, 46-47, 55, C1-6, C9-17. There is also a well-filled, all-used collection of France (1870-2000) hinged in a Scott Specialty album. It doesn't include any B-O-B, but many better throughout including a very nice selection of Ceres & Napoleon Heads (see scans). Equally impressive are well over 300 "Les Gravures Officielles Intaglio", which are specially engraved proofs issued by La Poste from 1995-2000 and a binder of more France mostly in the form of mint blocks & booklets. On a similar note is a folder with numerous Schwarzdrücke (black prints) from the Austrian Postal Service. With additional stockbooks / counter books of mint/used Austria, Cuba, Germany, Hungary, Spain, and Switzerland, this is a lot you definitely want to check out! generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 101.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Video for this lot) (Image)

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825   imageWorldwide, Albums, Counter Books and More, 1850-1960s, Three worldwide albums, five counter books, a binder of stockpages and two smaller boxes of older stamps on paper and cover; a fun lot with some nice premium material. Some of the better items you will encounter include the following: Austria used #1-5, Brazil used 2, 9 (pair), 21-26, 37-39, 62, Chile used 1, and mint 17, Danish West Indies mint 9, 11, 46, 48, used J7-8 and a bisect of the 4¢ tied on cover (18a), Hungary used 8-12, Italy used 60, 62, Lombardy-Venetia used 4-6, 21-24, Luxembourg used 1-2, 12, Nepal used 9, Russia used 24a, United States mint 235 (NH with plate #), 236. A good deal of the mint in the one binder is adhering to the page or I would be able to list many more. Nevertheless, a lot on offer here and despite some video clips online, the lot should be reviewed in person, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 27.8 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Video4 for this lot) (Video5 for this lot) (Video6 for this lot) (Image)

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826   imageWorldwide, Multiple Collections with Extensive Egypt, Austria & Germany, 1841-1980s, One of the highlights of this lot is a binder entitled "Classic Stamps of the World" with some better material, like used Cape of Good Hope #4, 4b (pair); Confederate States #1; Denmark #3, 6, 8; Great Britain #3-4 (2); India #5 & 6 (cut to shape) on piece, 15, 15a, 32-35, M10; Switzerland #8, and unused Ionian Islands #2-3. Some EFOs are also featured along with Scott-listed errors, such as unused Danzig #68a (center inverted, signed), United States #1520b, 1618Cd and used Tasmania #29c (double impression, unpriced). For other worldwide, there are over a dozen stockbooks in this lot along with a large stack of old Scott pages with many hundreds of mixed mint & used. As far as individual countries, we have an accumulation of Egypt scattered in multiple albums & stockbooks. A decent, mostly mint modern collection hinged in a Minkus album from 1958-77, a sparsely-populated mint collection in a two-volume Palo set in pristine condition with pages up until 2000, and a used collection in a Scott album of only about 75 stamps, but what could have been easily missed is a "bleeding cheek" variety of #340 (Nile Post #D210a). Four other Scott albums in immaculate condition and in slipcases include one volume of Austria (1850-1930) with Lombardy-Venetia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, and an entire section devoted to perforation, plate and color varieties, and three volumes covering Germany before WWII with the strongest material from the States. Condition will vary, but on the whole Fine to Very Fine, a portion of this lot may be viewed online. Shipping charges apply - weight 78 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Image)

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827   imageWorldwide, "The Family Album" Mostly Mint U.S., U.N. & Canada Collections, 1926-2010, The Scott Minuteman, Harris Liberty and the Minkus All-American; iconic stamp albums as American as apple pie, and they're all here in multiples. United States dominates this lot with 14 albums plus 2 for possessions & trust territories. Multiple mint collections overlap with various mint runs, but overall a huge amount of face, also helped out by a fairly large plate block collection in 4 volumes covering the years from 1961-86. United Nations also shows its strength particularly in one collection which looks complete from 1951-89 for all three offices. Also an imprint block collection until 1980 for both New York & Geneva. Canada is no weakling either; a nearly complete mint collection from 1964-88 with added booklets & mini-sheets, another collection which looks almost identical to the previous but also has some mint classics, and a third volume with some B-O-B and FDCs. Also included is a nearly complete mint collection of Vatican City from 1940-84, a fairly well-packed pair of Harris Traveler albums, and an American Bicentennial album of worldwide issues commemorating America's 200th birthday, overall Fine to Very Fine, a collection this large and varied truly needs to be reviewed on-site. Shipping charges apply - weight 119.8 lbs. (Image)

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828   imageWorldwide, Remainder Collections in Albums & Stockbooks, 1853-1978, Six albums and an equal number of stockbooks with what may seem at first as merely remainders, but plenty of better material to satisfy the worldwide collector. Albums include mint & used Netherlands, a CTO collection of Poland, small collections of Afghanistan and Albania, and two Schaubek albums of France hinged on pages with a nearly complete 20-year run of mint from 1958-78. The best material though you will find in the half-dozen stockbooks, for example, mint Australia #144, Austria B110, Belgium 221, Canada 158, Germany B105, Netherlands 105, Newfoundland C6-8, Switzerland B2-3, B4-6, B80, B297, and used Canada 23, French Offices in Madagascar 9-10, Spain 222-30 (230 has telegraph cancel), United States 12., generally Fine to Very Fine, should be viewed in person for full evaluation. Shipping charges apply - weight 38.8 lbs. (Image)

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829   imageWorldwide, An Enjoyable Smattering, 1885-2016, four albums with a healthy dollop of stamps; Scott International including Costa Rica, Cuba, Denmark, and Dominica; Harris Liberty moderately populated with hinged unused and used from late 1920's to 1970; Scott International Junior with Austria, Canada, Great Britain, Hungary, India, Liberia, Montenegro, Persia, Russia, and Ukraine; and Harris plate block album includes commemoratives from 1932 through 1961 plus some Airmail in oversized Crystal Mounts requiring tape to keep the blocks from sliding out; value for the picking, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 22.2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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830   imageWorldwide, Mint & Used Estate Balance, Two very well-filled Citation albums of 1000's mint/used, an apparently complete mint collection of Ghana (1957-78) in a Minkus album, and another thoroughly filled, mostly used collection of Hungary (1871-1980). Plenty more with entire tubs of Germany, DDR, Czechoslovakia, and Hungary filled with glassines and a lot of items purchased from dealers still residing on counter pages or auction cards. An entire file of manila envelopes organized alphabetically by country, a stack of full sheets from Britain from the 1990s, plate blocks and full & partial sheets of U.S. mint, topical stamp albums from the USPS, around 30 APS circuit books, a commemorative panel of PRC #1974-80, and much more, generally Fine to Very Fine, another lot which should be reviewed in person. Shipping charges apply - weight 57.2 lbs. (Image)

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831   imageWorldwide Stamp Collection, comprising thousands of stamps in 76 binders with strength in Latin America, Europe and some Asia, on homemade pages, Fine-Very Fine, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 164 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Image)

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832   imageWorldwide, Ottmar Zieher "Stamp Post Cards" Collection, 1900, 66 different (one used) postcards featuring images of world stamps; many are embossed and all have rich color and great visual interest; includes an article from The American Philatelist (Nov 1978); delightful, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.8 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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