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Postal History Collections
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
871   imageWorldwide, Substantial Quality Inventory of British Commonwealth + Selected Countries, Mainly Mint, 1920's-1990's. Neatly displayed with retail prices and Scott numbers on several thousand high-end black Vario-style sheets in clear holders filling (5) heavy boxes. The well arranged inventory consists of much never hinged after 1950 and o.g. earlier in complete sets, singles, sheetlets, booklets and souvenir sheets, very little is used. A stock carefully stored away several decades back so we noticed a little dust but the stamps are well protected and uniformly in excellent condition. Most items are priced in the $5.00 to $100. range with some less and a few over that price point. A broad selection of countries including: Bahamas, Bermuda, Channel Islands, Papua New Guinea, St Vincent, India, Great Britain, Ireland, Isle of Man, Malaya, Singapore, Sierra Leone, Seychelles, Pitcairn Island, Nyasaland, Barbados and more Commonwealth. Additional countries include: Austria, Belgium, France, Norway, Russia, San Marino, Chile, China, Yugoslavia, Iceland, Persia, Switzerland, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Monaco, Kuwait and many more. A perfect holding to easily breakdown for online sales with the work already done. A super clean inventory with very few faults as this was assembled by a condition conscious dealer. Based on a large sample the retail prices should be about $90,000. There is also a plethora of topical issues within this comprehensive and quite saleable inventory that is without the usual high priced 19th questionable items. Please view the scans or in person to fully appreciate. Shipping charges apply - weight 196 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $8,000-12,000
Currently Opening at...$6,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
872   imageWorldwide, It's an Enormous World After All, 1980-2021, literally tens of thousands of modern mint Walt Disney sets, singles, and souvenir sheets from all over the globe; virtually every nation who has ever issued a Disney stamp and in dealer-sized quantities (moderate large to "bricks" of souvenir sheets; Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Daffy, Donald, Pluto, and the rest of the gang; several massive boxes to house all this Post Office fresh topical material; substantial catalog and resale value of a very popular, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 118 lbs. (Image)

Estimate $7,500-10,000
Currently Opening at...$3,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
873   imageWorldwide, World War I Postal History Collection, 1914-18, an extensive collection of covers and picture postcards, likely approximately 800 items in 14 albums, covering a range of aspects of the War, with countries represented including South Africa, Great Britain, France, the United States, Netherlands, Malta, Hungary, Austria, Egypt, Canada, and Germany. Note perfins, Mourning Covers, Registered mail, military postcards, patriotic, ship and military leader postcards, and a variety of campaigns including France, Belgium, Italy, Salonica, Egypt, Gallipoli, with representations from cavalry regiments, artillery, Royal Flying Corps, naval, and more. Condition varies as expected with Military Mail, but a tremendous collection, nicely written-up, ideal for further research and expansion. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (PDF4 for this Lot) (PDF5 for this Lot) (PDF6 for this Lot) (PDF7 for this Lot) (PDF8 for this Lot) (PDF9 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,000-4,000
Currently Opening at...$1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
874   imageWorldwide, Zeppelin and Airship Collection, 1928-1937, about 140 flown and commemorative envelopes related to German and American airships in a deluxe Lighthouse binder with case; Los Angeles 1925 NY to Bermuda and return; Graf Zeppelin 1928 Lakehurst to Friedrichschafen, 1929 Friedrichshafen to Lakehurst with 2RM franking and another with both the 2RM and 4RM values, 1929 US to Germany around the world flight (several examples with better franking including Scott #523 and block of C5), 1929 Swiss Flight 4, 1930 Recife to Rio de Janeiro with 10,000R overprint, 1930 1st South American Flight including two postcards (C13), four with C14, five with C15, and one with C13-C15; 1930 Germany to British Isles with 2RM (South America overprint), 1931 Iceland flight with 2RM South American overprint as well as a Registered cover from Reykjavik to Brussels with the Icelandic Zeppelin overprint set, pair of Polar drop mail (one with 2RM overprint and the other the 4RM value) as well as mail from Austria and Russia, flights to Holland and from Brazil, On Board mail, examples of the 1F and 2F issues on Liechtenstein to Germany flight, 14 examples of C18 on Century of Progress flights; Hindenburg flights including Liechtenstein (a pair with both the 1F and 2F values) as well as a scarce block of four 2F, several Lakehurst to Europe and the return flight; USS Akron training flight and coast to coast trip; USS Macon commemorative covers; stunning early LZ-127 material that will fly off the shelves, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.2 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,000-4,000
Currently Opening at...$4,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
875   imageWorldwide, Stunning Stock of WW Postal History, 1840-1944, 450+ better envelopes from around the globe; most priced in the $20-$50 range; Great Britain including Scott #1 (July 2, 1840), 5, 5 and 7cut to shape; German States including Baden, North German Federation, Thurn & Taxis, Saxony, Two Sicilies, Wurttemberg, and others; eary France; Roman States; Queensland; money letter from Spain; classic Swiss; Nepal; Manchukuo WWII Registered to occupied Northern China; Mauritius to Rome; Italy (Fiume cancels) with C3 and C8; 1907 Finland (Russian stamps for foreign mail); 1930 Gabon to M'Balmaya; turn of the century Registered Hong Kong with Victoria franking; many with slips of paper containing catalog numbers and routes; tremendous opportunity in a compact lot, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.2 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image) (Image2)

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Estimate $3,000-4,000
Currently Opening at...$2,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
876   imageWorldwide, Cream of the Crop Zeppelins, 1930-1936, 25 superb Zeppelin envelopes and postcards in individual sleeves; Great Britain (2) to Bahia and another to Recife; Switzerland to Asuncion; Germany to Denmark with 2RM Zep, Roessler postcard with 2RM Zep, On Board Germany flight with 2RM franking, On Board with semi official to Frankfurt, 1RM Zep on Zeppelin stationery to Pernambuco, 4RM Zep on 1st North American Flight to New York, printed Airmail card from Berlin to Recife, beautiful Registered Leipzig Airmail cacheted cover with 5 values to New York, Hindenburg envelope with address label removed (but properly backstamped to New York, oversized Graf Zeppelin II internal Germany flight with tabbed commemoratives, and mixed franking (German 4RM and Brazil overprint) from Friedrichshafen to Pernambuco and return; Argentina with 5 Zeppelin overprints on printed stationery to America, and Condor stationery on mail from Buenos Aires to Germany; Russia includes 2 sets (4 pieces) of Russian drop mail on Polar flight from Leningrad to the Malygin icebreaker, and a great 5 franked Zeppelin set on Registered Moscow cover to H E Sieger (from his personal collection); Brazil commercial mail with Zeppelin franking from Rio de Janeiro to Pernambuco, and valuable Scott # 4CL5 airmail overprint postage on envelope to Chicago; Iceland commercial mail from National Bank of Iceland in Reykjavik to Chase National Bank of New York in Germany; and lastly a delightful Registered cover from Paraguay to Germany with 6 color franking; and in great condition and will show nicely; check these out on the website, Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 1 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,500-3,500
Currently Opening at...$1,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
877   imageWorldwide, A Tale of Six Boxes, 1813-2000, two older tubs have cardboard dividers and contain clearly $10-$50 covers in premium clear plastic sleeves, marvelous frankings, interesting auxiliary markings, and great condition, dozen stunning GB (1813-1842) folded letters with great postal strikes, Germany (Empire, Third Reich, Berlin), Faroe Islands, Canadian first flight, turn of the century Japanese postcards, Polish pioneer airmail, and better South America commercial mail; two more modern tubs have crisp, well organized (as everything is) Scandinavian material, Pacific Islands, about 50 San Marino, and perhaps 150 beautiful Greenland, expect about 50 stereo cards as well; a colorful cardbord box has 86 oversized Hugarian covers; lastly is a cut down cardboard box with the mixed condition foreign one normally sees, curled corners, roughly opened, and relatively common; only after viewing the last, typical box does one realize how carefully all the others were selected and presented; high bidder will be very pleased, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 51 lbs. (Image)

Estimate $2,000-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
878   imageWorldwide, 1000's of Covers with Emphasis on G.B., U.S. & Canada, 1808-2010, In cover albums, binders, shoeboxes and just loose, thousands of covers, beginning with the stampless era on through to the modern day. An enormous amount from Great Britain; numerous stampless, a half-dozen Penny Blacks, five Mulreadys, and a ton of gorgeous FDCs, a great deal of them from Prestige booklets and we'll show you some of them online. A relatively equal amount of United States, a few binders dealing specifically with Vermont, such as one with special cachets covering the post offices throughout the state. Also, some patriotic covers from the Civil War, over 200 covers on the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, space-related covers mostly on the space shuttle, and numerous packs of postal stationery. Placing third as far as quantity, is probably Canada, mostly consisting of FDCs, and also larger selections of United Nations and Australia including an entire binder of Ausipex '84 with cacheted covers, tickets, brochures, aerogrammes, Cinderella sheets, and covers from other countries who participated in the event. A fun and exciting lot waiting for the right owner, overall Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 278.4 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
879   imageWorldwide, Postal History for Every Sort of Collector, 1862-2018, 6,000+ envelopes and postcards over a wide range of collecting interests; about 2,500 are fairly modern (last 60 years) postal entires that trace back to the earliest through the lion's share addressed to The National Review in the early 1960's; about 450 are Candian First Flight (1929-1932), First Day Covers, and lovely postcards; about 850 are US First Day Covers 1929-1968 with many unaddressed; 425 are US First Flight from the 1930-1970s; 525 are US postal cards used with most 1¢ or 2¢ and about half from the 19th century; 500 commercial envelopes from the 1930s-1960s from Great Britian, Italy, and France; 450 are WWII Patriotics, Inaugurals, Railroad related, Ship covers, Contract Air Mail, and Air Mail routes; about 200 QSL cards with no duplication; lots to look through, noticed several Lindbergh flown covers, a few photographs on cards with Revenues on reverse, and more, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 84 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Video3 for this lot) (Image)

Estimate $1,500-2,000
Currently Opening at...$750.00
Will close during Public Auction
880   imageWorldwide, An Intriguing Soup to Nuts Accumulation, comprising multiple sections; let's begin with a solid collection of used Antigua all mounted on Palo pages with a Scott value of $1380, followed by a Grenada used collection on Palo pages with a Scott of $1490; a never hinged group of Germany from 1968-2000 which were new issue purchases has a Scott value of $4847, a worldwide mint and used selection on 27 double-sided stocksheets with some duplication and only items over $1 counted has a Scott of $6238; we note a huge section of 700 mint and used souvenir sheets plus booklets all unpicked; another section includes a group of collections in nine stockbooks, and lastly a large mystery pile of 102 cards and much, much more; certainly a few faults, but mainly Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 43 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
Currently Opening at...$750.00
Will close during Public Auction
881   imageWorldwide, "Cancelled Abroad" Postal History Collection, 1848-1949, A very unique and fascinating collection of over 250 stamps and about a dozen covers devoted to stamps cancelled outside their country of origin. Many of these stamps are listed in the Scott Classic under Forerunners in their respective sections, and not only is this a gold mine for the postal historian, but these stamps are a perfect addition for anyone considering widening the scope of their collection. The first half-dozen pages showcase the use of British stamps throughout the world, stamps such as #27-28, 52-55, 57 (4), 69-70, 85, etc., many of which catalog at many hundreds. We have Valparaiso, Chile (A93), Larnaca, Cyprus (A19), St. Thomas, D.W.I. (A10 & A29), Port-au-Prince, Haiti (A55), Callao, Peru (A45, A51, A57, A62-A63), Constantinople (A84-A85, A100, A113, A121-A122), Malta (A21-A22, A84). There are also many examples of stamps used in countries by the colonial powers before they issued their own stamps, such as Great Britain cancelled in Gibraltar, Germany in Cameroun, or the stamps of India used in Zanzibar. For those with Post Offices abroad, there's Japan cancelled in China, U.S. in Shanghai, France in Crete and numerous examples of Greek stamps used in Turkey. Also, ship cancels, forwarded mail, diplomatic pouch delivery, etc. Take a look at this intriguing collection which is entirely viewable online, overall Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 0.8 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
Currently Opening at...$750.00
Will close during Public Auction
882   imageWorldwide Airmail and Flight Thematic Collectiuon, 7 volumes of mostly mint sets, singles, S/S, etc. with topics including the Wright Brothers, Zeppelins, balloons, space flight, airplanes including Concorde, pilots, RAF, etc., mostly post-1970s NH but note a few better earlier as GB/USA 1937 Goodwill Coronation flight cover, France 414 mint, C17 used (perfin), Italy C28-33, etc., also Fr Polynesia C112-14 NH, Gibraltar 416-30 NH, etc., generally fresh and F-VF. Shipping charges apply - weight 27.6 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
Currently Opening at...$500.00
Will close during Public Auction
883   imageWorldwide, Nice Caboose Lot, 1868-1994, Starting off with a few thematic collections, we have a 4-volume White Ace set of albums in slipcases celebrating America's Bicentennial, a mint collection of singles and souvenir sheets from around the world, and one volume focusing on U.S. with souvenir cards, envelope entires, postal cards and Cinderellas. Two other White Ace albums include one on the Apollo-Soyuz Mission of 1975, also a worldwide mint collection with some FDCs, and one on QEII's Silver Jubilee with stamps, souvenir sheets and booklets from all over the British Commonwealth. Some U.N. is also featured in this lot with nearly 100 FDCs and an album of souvenir cards and imprint blocks from the 1970s. Another interesting artifact is a 23 Karat Gold Proof collection with over 30 impressions of some of America's most iconic stamps. There's also various USPS publications, like a hardcover edition of the Legends of the West (along with a Recalled Sheet) to various annual mint sets. Some other odds 'n ends too, which make in-house viewing a must; 827597, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 58 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
Currently Opening at...$500.00
Will close during Public Auction
884   imageWorldwide, Worldwide Cover Accumulation, 1890s-1990s, Dealer's old worldwide cover accumulation of over 1000 items; range from 19th century up to the 1990s; Registered, Censored, Airmail, Underpaid, Special Delivery, Paquebot and other unusual uses; mostly commercial uses with a sprinkling of topical and FDCs; priced between $10-50 with a few higher and a few lower; many smaller countries also included in this group; huge variety of countries and usages; all are sleeved and priced with total retail in excess of $20,000, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 16 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
Currently Opening at...$500.00
Will close during Public Auction
885   imageWorldwide, Clean Booklets With Substantial Catalog Value,1941-1988, several hundred booklets with few exceptions from the countries of Western Europe and Sandinavia; contains better items like East Germany 2b2 (240€), Denmark Facit # HRE 17 (2,000Kr), and Denmark Facit #9 (3,500Kr); maybe half the contents are in sales sheets or "102" cards identified by catalog number and priced accordingly; a wonderful assemblage with substantial catalog value, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 2.6 lbs. (Image)

Estimate $1,000-1,500
Currently Opening at...$500.00
Will close during Public Auction
886   imageWorldwide, "No Stamp Left Behind" Accumulation, 1890s-1990s, Nine boxes with 1000's of glassines and a tsunami of stamps. Mostly U.S. but one box of Canada, one of Israel and a bit of worldwide scattered in three others. This lot would have gigantic catalogue value if it were not for moisture damage which seems to not have affected the cancelled stamps, but much of the mint is adhering to the glassines and/or other stamps. Nevertheless there is still much to be salvaged here, and if you're looking for a bargain, you should set aside some time and inspect this lot in person, Condition obviously varies but many Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 35.4 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
Currently Opening at...$500.00
Will close during Public Auction
887   imageWorldwide, Mostly Modern FDCs, 1920s-90s, Some stray mint sets, but mostly covers, the vast majority of them FDCs, and there are thousands with heavy emphasis on the United States, United Nations, Spain, Canada, Switzerland and Israel. Much in the way of postal stationery too, especially from the U.N. & U.S. Also many additional souvenir cards and folders from the U.N., as well as various binders, such as one with cacheted FDCs from the Spanish Colonies and another with the Europa issues from 1980, generally Fine to Very Fine, should be reviewed on-site. Shipping charges apply - weight 80 lbs. (Image)

Estimate $1,000-1,500
Currently Opening at...$500.00
Will close during Public Auction
888   imageWorldwide, Mostly Commercial Mostly Airmail Postal History, 1920-1963, 450+ better envelopes in sleeves generally with retail prices between $5-$20; lion's share is commericial in nature and predominantly from the German Area and Western Europe; condition good considering its purpose; RF with favor cancel (no cert) is in great condition, Berlin, Soviet Zone, Bayern, DDR, Inflation era, Third Reich, Australian Antarctic, 1940 Guernsey bisect, Queen Mary mail, Hawaiian postal card and entires, Palestine airmail, early French covers, Saudi Arabia commerial mail, Registered Lebanese mail with censor tape, NZ to Tasmania with censor markings and tape, military mail (with censor tape) from Trinidad to US from FDR collection, 1941 Clipper mail from Palestine to US, numerous Postage Dues, Registered covers, forwarding instructions, and more, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 15.6 lbs. (Image) (Image2)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
Currently Opening at...$500.00
Will close during Public Auction
889   imageWorldwide, Key Zeppelin Cover Collection, 1932-1935, five scarce LZ-127 envelopes from Ireland and Vatican City still on auction cards; Ireland includes Sieger 138B (Michel 279) 1st SA Flight of 1932 to Pernambuco, 183B (Michel 279) to Recife, and 299Bb (Michel 438) to Brazil; 189Aa (Michel 438) without Italian postage to Recife, and 208Vh (Michel 304Aa Registered with Blue Flight Cachet and Italian Airmain (C42) in addition to the Vatican franking; consignor cost in excess of $2,500; tremendous catalog, Very Fine. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
Currently Opening at...$750.00
Will close during Public Auction
890   imageWorldwide, Huge FDC Collection, 1938-2018, 4,000 clean First Day Covers neatly organized; half are US (mostly unaddressed) with cachets from Artmaster, Staehle, ArtCraft, and Fleetwood, and the vast majority CCC Cachets; while there are about 50 oversized Chinese, and a few covers from around the word, the lion's share comes from the United Nations (about 2,000), there are also Fleetwood presentation books containing Flags of the World which took several years to issue; Lindner hingeless binder with FDCs (a least one handpainted), ceremony programs, Post Office posters, and matched plates for Scott # C75 and C80; included are about 100 UN First Day cards, and a few binders with 320 or so Contract Air Mail, Foreign Air Mail, Airport Dedications, Helicopter, and inaugural Jet service envelopes; counted at least 59 high value US covers ($1-$5 franking); many of the US covers are in White Ace flip binders while a good portion the United Nations material in located in Showgard FDC albums; attractive material at a great price, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 100 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $800-1,200
Currently Opening at...$400.00
Will close during Public Auction
891   imageWorldwide, "The Whole Nine Yards" Accumulation, 1850-2000, Here we go, another one of those lots when you're not quite sure what you will uncover next. There's a worldwide collection of 1000's of stamps hinged on album pages, from Andorra to Zaire, other collections of Spain and Mexico with some nice classics, a binder of used Australian stock, another mostly of Scandinavia both mint & used, many 100's of glassines in boxes filled with U.S. & worldwide, a binder filled with U.S. souvenir sheets with over $200 in face, three counter books along with two boxes of "102" cards with better material, a large wooden box with 1000's of stamps organized in envelopes by country, ten plastic tubs crammed with many 1000's more, much of it still on paper, another tub with 100's of covers, many of which are FDCs, a couple of stockbooks, postal card packs from the USPS, some still unopened, and then there's the more unusual. One box is filled entirely with old approval books, and then I encounter two homemade collections on pages, one an all-mint collection of stamps & souvenir sheets on Churchill, the other on the theme of space running nearly 200 pages and organized alphabetically by country. After opening mint sheet folders containing full & partial sheets of Christmas Seals and Boys Town, and perusing a gorgeous 2-volume set of Wildlife Conservation Stamps from the National Audubon Society, things just got weirder when I came across a folder stuffed with partial sheets of mint Latin American revenues and a complete set of progressive color proofs of Sharjah (Michel #1158B-77B) in sheets of 15 including more mint oddities from the Trucial States. You gotta love these lots! generally Fine to Very Fine, personal inspection highly recommended. Shipping charges apply - weight 161 lbs. (Image)

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Estimate $750-1,000
Currently Opening at...$375.00
Will close during Public Auction

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