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Revenue
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
156   imageSolid Collection of the First Three Revenue Issues, An outstanding starter collection, with minor duplication, neatly arranged on black stockcards. The Second & Third Issues are complete - with no cut cancels - the First almost so. Highlights of the First Issue include Imperf 2¢ plays (3 large margins, just touching at the left), 2¢ Proprietary (ample to mostly large margins), 10¢ Certificate, 10¢ Inland Exchange, $2.50 Inland Exchange (cut close, not counted), $3 Charter Party, $3 Manifest, All five $5, $10 Charter Party & Mortgage, $20 Conveyance and $50 U.S.I.R.; the Part-Perfs, which catalog over $15,000, include a number of very scarce numbers with large, but not conclusive imperforate margins, including the 1¢ Playing Cards, 2¢ Express, 3¢ Proprietary and 10¢ Contract ultramarine; among the Perforated stamps are the 2¢ Proprietary ultramarine, the 4¢ Playing Cards, the $1 Mortgage & Passage Ticket, the $15 Mortgage (3, two of them ultramarine), the $20 Probate (few short perforations), and the $200 U.S.I.R. (red color faded); condition is a little mixed but mostly F-VF or better, with plenty of nice handstamped cancels or uncanceled stamps throughout. A truly wonderful lot, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.8 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $10,000-15,000
Currently Opening at...$5,000.00
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157 O   imageFirst Issue Revenues - Huge Cancellation Collection, More than 1,000 stamps, plus about 20 stamped documents, at least 90% of which have handstamped or printed cancel (the rest are neatly dated - and usually identified - manuscript), all on blank pages in a Scott Specialty binder; loaded with $100-and-up stamps, the best being an a Perforated $20 Probate of Will (R99c) and a Perforated $200 U.S.I.R. (R102c), but also including Perforated Playing Cards: 1¢ (11) 3¢ (2) & 4¢ (1), plus one each of the Perforated $1 Mortgage & Passage Ticket, and much more. Condition is somewhat mixed but generally F-VF and our catalog value only counts stamps with Scott values of $10 or more, which means that most of the lot was not even counted! A truly fabulous lot for the Specialist, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.4 lbs.
Scott $24,000 ++. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $7,500-10,000
Currently Opening at...$3,750.00
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158   imageWell Filled Specialized Revenue Collection, 1862-1955, mounted in Scott Speciality album, first issue imperforates many to $50, part perforate to $60, perforated complete less only R31c, second series complete to $50 (only a couple with cut cancels), third series complete (a few cut cancels), R159-R160, R173-R181 (R181 cut cancel), R217-226 (last with certificate), later documentary sets well filled missing some high values, a few of the early proprietary, fairly complete from 1898 issue on, strong group of stock transfers except after 1940 missing many of the high values, but with 1949 complete, and 1950 $10,000, wine stamps complete through RE107 except RE56-RE59 with $20, extensive later wines but missing many high values, nice playing cards, silver tax 1934 issue to $30 less $3, 1940 unused to 25¢, 1940 unused to 10¢ plus 50¢ and 80¢, few 1942, 1944 to $2, RI1-RI13 complete, tobacco complete used, a diverse group of narcotic tax, Marihuana tax complete with Mystic certificate, an extensive group of consular service, and some additional types, a diverse group of over 60 private proprietary stamps, and a very nice and quite extensive telegraph collection both on Springer pages, a quite comprehensive collection of revenue and back of the book material, condition is substantially better then usual for these, a quite limited number of cut cancels and some very difficult to obtain items are included, an outstanding basis for expansion into an important collection, or suitable for breakdown and distribution; some faults to be expected, some questionable imperforate and part perforated earlies, still a Very Fine Collection. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.8 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (PDF4 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $6,000-8,000
Currently Opening at...$4,000.00
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159   imageOld-time Revenues Collection, 1862-75. Mounted on Scott National pages and with lots of duplicates and extras including several documents; the mounted collection has a marvelous and extensive array of First Issue imperforates including #R1a, R4a, R33a, R37a, R43a, R51a, R63a, R71a, R81a, R82a, R85a, R86a, R88a, R90a, R94a, two R98a, R101a, part-perforations highlighted by #R6b, R13b, R45b, R57b, R62b, perforated missing only a few numbers between #R1c-R102c; Second Issue complete from #R103-R128 and R130 with extra diagonal perforations, Third Issue complete from #R134-R149 plus R135b inverted center, plus some additional later issues; also included are stock pages and glassines stuffed with duplicates and numerous other assorted Revenues certainly containing many pleasant surprises; minor flaws to be expected but generally appears to be significantly better than usual, many questionable imperforates and part perforations included but not counted in total catalog value, generally Fine to Very Fine, An outstanding group worthy of careful inspection and consideration. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.4 lbs.
Scott $27,000+. (Image)

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Estimate $5,000-7,500
Currently Opening at...$2,500.00
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160   image"Unusual" Revenue Collection, from a man who loved Revenue Stamps, the album begins with over 50 Lowenberg essays, and contains faulty #R82a with partial imprint at left, few first issue revenue Specimens, #R13 vertical half used with #R13c to pay 3c on distillery Warehouse stamp, many 1861-1898 issues either with revenue cancels or used as revenues on documents including #63 (17 including a strip of 3), #67 (faulty), #68 (9 including two used with R18c and R27c on 1868 document), #73 (13), #76 (5), #112 on small piece of document, #R3c blocks of 25, 35 and bottom margin block of 14 with plate no. 1A and partial imprint stamps with "Ruth & Fleming Baltimore" canning company cancel, #R5c with socked on the nose Dec. 24 1864 N.T. (Nevada Territory) cancel (Nevada became a state Oct. 31, 1864), #R6c (T5) and #R7c (T7) major double transfers, #R13c with bold socked-on-the-nose "Poland's Magic Powder" illustrated mortar & pestle handstamp, #R13c blocks of 4 and 21 with "W. & Co. October. 1866" canning company cancel, #R48c with embossed advertisement on small piece, #R54c with Montezuma Mining Co. of Santa Fe NM blue double circle datestamp and two punch cancel, #R59c (4) with different plate cracks, #R66a bottom selvage with sewing machine perfs, #R81c bisect on document, #R96c on check, #R`35b, 17 revenue stamps with double transfers (two noted above), 5 stamps with green cancels, 3 revenue stamps with four punch cancels and ribbon through the holes, five Turner essays including 2c Blue #232 -- reported to be his copy from his sale (July 1980 lot 824); only 250 reported printed, two covers with revenue stamps used illegally as postage, 56 revenue stamps with pre-printing paperfolds, plus a "collection" of used first issues to $3, and small groups of proprietary and druggist cancels, uses on many CDV's including generals, advertising cards, six stereoscope cards, 25c revenues used on Coal, Mining, Railroad company documents, and more, some faults to be expected on revenue stamps, overall, Fine to Very Fine, view this entire collection online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.8 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $5,000-7,500
Currently Opening at...$2,500.00
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161   imageFirst Issue Revenues - Backup Collection/Accumulation, An outstanding balance lot of several hundred stamps on blank pages in a Scott Specialty binder; loaded with $100-and-up stamps, the best being an Imperf 40¢ Inland Exchange (R53a), a Perforated $20 Probate of Will (R99c) and two Perforated $200 U.S.I.R. (R102c). Also included is an unusually large number of handstamped cancels, plus nearly $6,000 catalog value in Plate Proofs and about 30 stamped documents, mostly with lower values. Condition is somewhat mixed but generally F-VF and certainly better than average for this sort of balance. Our catalog value only counts stamps with Scott values of $10 and up and DOES NOT COUNT about $80,000 worth of doubtful Imperfs & Part-Perfs. There's plenty of useful material here for the specialist—either Dealer or Collector, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.2 lbs.
Scott $30,000. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $5,000-7,500
Currently Opening at...$4,000.00
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162   imageOutstanding Collection of First Issue Part-Perf & Perforated Multiples, Several hundred items, including more than 40 documents, on blank pages in a Scott National binder; highlights include Part-Perfs (imperf horizontally) 1¢ Express (two vertical pairs and vertical strips of 4 & 5); 5¢ Inland Exchange (strip of 7, pair & single on a document, plus a block of 4); 10¢ Certificate (vertical pair, large margins, a bit soiled, cat. $2,000), 50¢ Lease (vertical pair); 50¢ Mortgage (horizontal strip of 6, ex-Curtis, Census ID 5338); and 60¢ Inland Exchange (vertical pair, horizontal strip of 4 & single on a document); Perforated highlights include 2¢ Playing Cards (horizontal pair); 2¢ Certificat, orange (strip of 5 on an 1862 Marriage Certificate; 3¢ Foreign Exchange (block of 15 on an 1864 Summons); 4¢ Playing Cards pair; 5¢ plays (blocks of 4 & 8); 6¢ Inland Exchange (block of 12); 20¢ Foreign Exchange (2 pairs, one on document); Blocks of 4 of the 70¢ Foreign Exchange, $1 Mortgage, $1.50 Inland Exchange, $2.50 Inland Exchange, and $3 Manifest; and Pairs of the $15 Mortgage, $20 Conveyance, $25 Mortgage and $50 U.S.I.R. Some faults are present, as would be expected, but overall condition is well above average. A tremendous lot, ex-Gatsby.
Scott $30,000. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $5,000-7,500
Currently Opening at...$4,000.00
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163 R151/R734 imageDynamite Documentary Stamp Collection, 1874-1940 (Scott R151/R734), like all of the collections formed by the extremely passionate collector "Mr. Gatsby", this impressive collection possesses the basic stamps either in mint (mostly) or used condition supported by a massive quantity of extra items including multiples in varying sizes from pairs to complete sheets, plus unusual varieties, interesting cancels, uses on documents (and infrequently on covers), noteworthy are the many multiples of #R152 including imprint blocks of 4 & 15, and a vertical pair with roulettes (#R152c), #R154 with U.S. Express Company cancel (on the day it closed), #R154 sheet of 100 and partial sheet of 96, #R154's on 5 different express company documents, #R153-R155c plate no. blocks and strips, #R174a (Scott $500), #R178 used block of 30 with red 1899 cancels, #R191a with 2 additional partial overprints (1992 PFC), Never Hinged #R192 & #R192a, the 1917-1940 issues in mint and used blocks including 1c with two horizontal strikes of blue "CANCELLED" and two crossing diagonal strikes of black "United States", mint plate no. and imprint strips and blocks including #R276 & R277 Never Hinged block of four, used singles include 10c with Sinclair Oil and Refining Co. cancel, 50c PRR (Pennsylvania Railroad) cancel, and 85 precanceled singles and blocks of 4 from 25 different towns, also #R234 sheet of 100 with back faults, #R218 used with two diagonal preprinting paperfolds, #R249a used vertical pair, also includes #R733 complete sheet, some faults as always found on revenue lots of this size, generally, Fine to Very Fine, see this entire Dynamite Documentary collection online, ex-Gatsby Shipping charges apply - weight 7.4 lbs.
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Estimate $4,000-6,000
Currently Opening at...$4,500.00
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164 R288 image"Red & Green" Dated Documentaries and Stock Transfer Issues Collection, 1940/58, between R288/ R732 and RD67/RD370 in a Scott album with dozens of pages added to incorporate the numerous "extras" - multiples, documents, assorted cancels including punch, herringbone, etc., good deal complete for both issue, a sizeable number of better as Used R305A pen and cut cancel, R308 strip of four pen and staple holes cancels, R329 pen and handstamp cancel, R334-35 cut cancels, R359-60 pen cancels, R384 pen cancel, R459 handstamp cancel, R509-10 pen and/ or handstamp cancel, R685 handstamp cancel, R687 cut/ punch cancels, R692-94 handstamp cancel, R696 cut cancel, R704 handstamp cancel, RD138 perfin cancel, zRD139 cut cancel, RD207 perfin cancel, RD231 cut cancel, RD232 cut cancel, RD256 staple hole cancel, RD258-60 cut cancels, RD282 handstamp cancel, RD311 cut cancel, RD332 pen cancel, Mint R288-90 "sensitive ink" blocks NH, R299-302, R603 block NH, R679-83 with complete receipt tab, R685a NH, R730a, R731 NH, R731 with complete receipt tab NH, RD78-81, RD91 imperforate booklet pane of four without overprint and serial number, RD251 NH, RD330, etc., usual mixed condition with most F-VF, ideal foundation collection, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 6 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $4,000-6,000
Currently Opening at...$5,000.00
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165   imagePowerful Specialized Collection of Second Issue Revenues, Several hundred stamps and about 45 Documents on blank pages in a Scott Specialty binder; includes a complete set of R103-R130 plus myriad varieties, cancels and multiples; highlights, in addition to the complete set, include two 50¢ Inverted centers (slight faults), two duplicate $1.30 and one duplicate each of the $3.50, $10, $25 plus an additional example each of the 40¢ (2), $1.90 (3), $3.50, $25 & $50 with extra rows of perforations - and only a few of the aforementioned highlights have cut canels! Among the 45 stamped documents, most of which bear the more common values, we note one with a $2 block of 4 and another with a $10 & $25 (the later with abrasions) plus the $5 & $10 of the Third Issue. Condition, though including the expected small flaws here and there, is, overall, well above average. A truly excellent lot, ex-Gatsby.
Scott $29,000. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $4,000-6,000
Currently Opening at...$2,000.00
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166   imageExcellent Collection of First Issue Imperforate Multiples, 76 multiples on blank pages with highlights including blocks of 4 of the 20¢ Inland Exchange, the 50¢ Conveyance (plus a strip of 3), the 50¢ Mortgage, the 50¢ Power of Attorney, the $1 Inland Exchange, the $1 Manifest (plus a strip of 4), and the $1.50 Inland Exchange (block of 6!); also includes the following (pairs unless noted): the 3¢ Telegraph (2), the 10¢ Bill of Lading (strip of 4), the 20¢ Foreign Exchange (2), the 25¢ Bond, the 25¢ Power of Attorney (strip of 4 on a document), the 25¢ Protest (2), the 25¢ Warehouse receipt (2 plus a strip of 4), the 50¢ Passage Ticket (with a nice pre-printing paper fold), the 60¢ Inland Exchange (plus a strip of 4!), the $1 Protest, the $2 Conveyance, the $2 Mortgage, the $20 Conveyance, and the $50 U.S.I.R. (plus a strip of 4!); includes some faults, as always, but overall condition is well above average. A marvelous lot, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.2 lbs.
Scott $24,000. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,500-5,000
Currently Opening at...$1,800.00
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167   imageSemi-Specialized Opulence of Revenues Collection, well over 1000 stamps in all, mounted or arranged on Scott album or stock pages in a Specialized binder, divided into three sections: cancels, perforation shifts and varieties, and hole-punch cancels; the cancels reign supreme, with our eyeball estimate of half or more being desirable handstamped cancels (we'll say about 40% to be safe), with a wide range of types including Territorials, cross-border uses (2 District of Niagara Suspension Bridge handstamps), numerous County Clerks or Treasurers, banks, Wells Fargo and Adams Express, an 1865 Petersburgh, W.Va. (early statehood period), insurance companies of various stripes, Naval Offices, and more, along with plenty of manuscript cancels, precancels, and punched or "perforated" cancels; stamp varieties include a noted stitch watermark, a couple silk papers, imprint captures, plate and printing flaws, dry printings, paper shades, shifted and doubled perforations, etc.; at first glance condition is generally clean and sound, but expect faults as usual in a holding of this size, Fine to Very Fine, imaged in full online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 7 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,000-4,000
Currently Opening at...$1,500.00
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168   imageRavishing Railroad Cancels on Revenue Stamp Collection, thousands of mostly 1c to $1 first issue revenues with various railroad company cancels, mostly off document but there are just over 100 railroad related documents and checks with and without revenue stamps, better include R101a with manuscript "Susq. & Wyoming Valley RR & Coal Co. Aug. 22/68 E.T. Secy." and R123 horizontal pair with manuscript "S.P.R.R. (Southern Pacific Railroad) Feby. 15th" cancel, very well-organized by state and neatly mounted on Scott pages in a Scott Specialty album, also includes about 50 pieces of ephemera including tickets & agent's stubs, a map of the Illinois Central RR system and a 1907 reprint of 1902 book "Chicago & North-Western Railway Company Rules of the Operating Department" plus a couple of covers, Very Fine, strikes, see the entire collection on the web, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 11.4 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (PDF4 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,000-4,000
Currently Opening at...$1,500.00
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169 R161 image"Battleships" Documentary & Proprietary Revenues Collection, extensive collection of these issues featuring mint (including plate no singles) and used singles and multiples with plate no and arrow blocks, "perf" errors, "hyphen-hole" varieties, shades, wide range of cancels, use on assorted documents including receipts, checks, legal and insurance documents, stock certificates, etc., highlights are many and include tied on forms in an Adams Express receipt book, also includes Documentary #R163 right imprint and plate no 11615 block of 18 NH (some perf seps), #R167p right imprint and plate no 9840 block of 12 unused, #R170 pair mint, #R171p vertical block of 10 mint (8 stamps NH), #R172p pair mint and used, Proprietary #RB28p right imprint and plate no 9382 block of six NH, etc., usual mixed condition with most F-VF, a real "collector's collection" of these popular issues, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 8.8 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
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170   imageImpressive Specialized Collection of Third Issue Revenues, A marvelous collection on blank pages in a Scott Specialty binder; includes one complete set plus lots of duplicates include three additional $20 R150: two with extra perforations (one w/cut cancel), the third on a Document with a $5 plus three 50¢ & a 20¢ Second Issue . Also included are Inverted Centers R135b (3) & R151a (2), and the 2¢ Color Error R135a (2). Additionally, the are a number of better multiples including pairs of the 30¢, 40¢ (2), $2 (plus a block of 4), $2.50, $3 (2), and $5 (2 plus a strip of 3), plus 40¢ & $3 card proof blocks of 4 and about 25 stamped documents, including a nice 1872 Deed with a $3 & a $5. Condition is well above average, with cut cancels far outnumbered by handstamped cancels (though the are a number of punched cancels that were not counted at all - as a matter of fact, nothing under $10 was counted. All-in-all, quite a terrific lot, ex-Gatsby.
Scott $17,000 over. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,500-3,500
Currently Opening at...$1,300.00
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171   imageEarly Revenues on Documents, 1863-85, 5 volumes and a flip file of documents with revenues affixed; dozens of stunning engraved bank checks from the Civil War and just after with wide variety of revenue stamps attached; insurance policies, court summons, probate, real estate, stock certificates, bonds, mortgages, indentures, letters of administration, fire insurance policy, quitclaim (release of Dower-Homestead exemption), bill of sale, bond of indemnity, certificate of transcript (the colored seals from Iowa, Indiana, New Jersey and Pennsylvania are lovely), and letters of guardianship; multicolor intent to become a citizen (1867) document from Illinois, Wisconsin marriage certificate with both postage and revenue stamps affixed, engraved 1866 church marriage certificate with revenue issue, pair of 1860s teaching certificates with tied revenues, 1867 New York rent receipt for a month ($30), 1881 soldier's license to peddle goods, $100 Bounty to Volunteers to join the army (1865), widow's pay of Brigadier General, poster-sized last will and testiment from 1863 (pristine calligraphy), and so much more, drives home the point that a rich history is connected to these tax stamps; condition varies considerably as one would expect; unchecked for better stamps; many months of enjoyment to be had reading these documents, Fine to Very Fine, ex Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 23.8 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) (Video7 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,000.00
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172   imageSolid Revenue Collection, 1862-1947, Scott Revenue album in excellent condition; includes Scott # R1a, R6b, R19a, R32a, R33a, R40a, R50a, R51a, R52a, R57a, R62a, R63a, R64a, R65b, R70a, R74a, R75a, R86c, R89a, R90a, R94a, R98a, R103, R105, R106, R113, R117, R124, R127, R138, R141, R145, R146, R148, R149, R249, R557, R559, R604, RE57, RE59, RE152, RE154, RE161, RE183, RE188, RE195, and many more; considerable attention paid to select well-centered, lightly cancelled examples; tremendous catalog value for the right bidder, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,000.00
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173   imageStory of Dr Kilmer & Co. Collection, 1898, 47 "IR"-overprinted stamps mounted on homemade cardstock album pages; includes not only major numbers RS307/RS315, but also a multitude of Celtic, Gothic and hyphen type varieties, each identified in accordance with the accompanying checklist of Morton Dean Joyce; rounding out the collection are photos of some Kilmer landmarks and other historical information; an eye-opening collection with room to expand; faults to be expected, but overall Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 0.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
Currently Opening at...$1,100.00
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174   imageDocumentary Revenues on Documents, 1914-60, two binders, one primarily revenue stamps and the other stamps tied to commercial documents, plus another 100 documents with multiple Documentary stamps affixed; stockbook with lots of Scott # R173-R178 (about 100), dozens of R184-R188, nice block of R190, used examples of R190-R192, extensive R217-R221 "Series 1914" including blocks, very nice selection of R246-R250; while binder cover is faulty, the contents is wonderful with extensive Liberty Series on accounting pages of brokerage firms from the 1930-40, State stamps (Mass, New York, and Penn), and Stock Transfer; includes well over 100 more documents sporting multiple frankings; a great lot, Fine to Very Fine, ex Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 12.8 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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Estimate $500-750
Currently Opening at...$650.00
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175   imageFormidable Proprietary Revenues (RB) Collection, 1871/81, comprehensive collection with the main collection on Scott pages and accompanied by 100s of additional singles and multiples showing a wide range of shades, paper, cancels including pen "precancels", wondrous variety of proprietary cancels, handstamps, manuscript, etc., some multiples, proofs, multiple perfs, etc., multitude of premium issues with Proofs #RBTC3p block of 10, #RB17TCah, stamps #RB1a horizontal block of 12 unused, #RB2a unused block of 13 with six stamps showing double transfer, #RB3b block of 15 manuscript cancels, #RB6b NH, #RB7a unused, #RB8a used (2 with manuscript cancels), #RB8b handstamp cancel (2 including one with double perfs at bottom), #RB9a used (2 including one with PSE cert), #RB10a unused with PF cert in much better condition than usually seen, #RB10a used with 1879 "JHB" manuscript cancel, 1875/81 issue assorted roulettes used, #RB11a top imprint and plate no 3 block of 20 mint (many h.r.), #RB12b bottom imprint block of 14 mint (reinforced perfs), #RB14b top imprint and plate no 12 block of 10 mint, unused #RB16a-b, mint #RB20-41 & #RB43-73,#RB20p-31p Never Hinged, plus multiples of #RB65-73 including 1c complete sheet (no gum) plus mint and used blocks of 4, 1c-3c mint plate blocks (plate blocks are not listed in Scott) and many used organized by company cancels, etc., typical very mixed condition for these but better than typically encountered, generally Fine or better, allow plenty of time for careful viewing, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.8 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (PDF2 for this Lot) (PDF3 for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $15,000-20,000
Currently Opening at...$7,500.00
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176 RB32-RB64 image"Black Proprietaries" Issues Collection, on Scott pages and with extra stock sheets filled with multiples, range of cancels, perfins, etc., also a substantial section of the issues sorted by a large number of different proprietary cancels, etc., the collection is essentially complete for mint (including RB42) and used singles with premium multiples as RB38 top margin imprint block of 20 NH, RB41 blocks of 4(2) and 6 NH, etc., typical mixed centering and condition, VG-VF, an unusually comprehensive offering of these with plenty of interest for the cancel collector, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 5 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $3,000-4,000
Currently Opening at...$1,500.00
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177 RC1-RC27 imageFuture Delivery Stamp Collection, 1918-34 (Scott RC1-RC27), a nearly complete collection comprising #RC1-RC27 including Never Hinged #RC2 single and block of 4, #RC3A, #RC13, without gum as issued #RC16, #RC16a, #RC17, #RC17a, #RC18, #RC19, #RC20 (2), #RC21, #RC23, #RC25 (2), #RC26, couple cancel & perf & overprint varieties including #RC5a block of six on document, #RC10 with "Specimen" overprint; only 11 known including a block of 4, used including 12 in a Tasco booklet (1c/$10), #RC12a, #RC20a, possible #RC27 reperfed, vertical strips of four of #RC16, #RC17, #RC20, #RC21 (2), also includes some unused blocks, documents with stamps, and 53 stamps with rare "F.D." provisional cancels and a postal card with a "Philadelphia PA Sep. 4 (18)95 F.D." duplex cancel to Germany, few faults, overall, Fine to Very Fine, see everything online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 1 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,000.00
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178 RD1/RD66 imageSuperior Stock Transfer Stamp Collection, 1918-40 (Scott RD1/RD66), like all of the collections formed by the extremely passionate collector "Mr. Gatsby", this superior collection possesses the basic stamps either in mint (mostly) or used condition supported by a massive quantity of extra items including multiples in varying sizes from blocks to plate blocks to complete sheets, plus unusual varieties, interesting cancels, uses on documents, noteworthy are Never Hinged #RD1 sheet of 100, #RD16a block of 4, #RD17 block of 4, #RD18 (2 stamps in block of 4), #RD30 (7 including block of 4), #RD32 (15 including 3 blocks of 4), #RD35 block of 100 (sheet with selvage removed), #RD37, #RD38, #RD53 with top plate no. 35011, #RD54, #RD55 (12; 2 blocks of four and strip of 4), #RD56, #RD57 (3), #RD58, lightly hinged #RD11, #RD54-56, #RD59 & #RD60, used #RD24 two vertical strips of four, one with perfin cancels and one with manuscript & punch cancels (Scott $560), #RD61-RD66 with cut or perfin cancels, #RD61 & RD63 with William Weiss certificates (Scott $8,500), couple very minor faults; the vast majority are sound and, Fine to Very Fine, Scott catalog value approximately 15,000; imaged completely online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $4,000-6,000
Currently Opening at...$4,000.00
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179   imageCordials and Wines Revenue Issues Collection, 1914/54, extensive collection in a Scott album with extra pages added for multiples plus a well-filled stock book of used duplicates, multiples, etc. premium galore including RE6-14 blocks mint, RE15-29 mint (few NH), RE25 sheet of 100 NH, RE30 pair mint, RE31 NH and used, RE32-55 mint singles and blocks, RE56 mint (folded between stamp and tab), RE57-59 used, RE60-83 mint (RE79 used as always), RE80 block mint, RE96A mint (Weiss cert), RE103-07 mint (RE106-07 Weiss cert), RE107D mint (folded between stamp and tab), RE108-54 mint (less RE132, RE143 used as always), RE156-61 mint (less 159A), RE152-54 blocks mint, RE163-65A mint, RE167A-B mint), RE169 used (small faults), RE171 used (faulty), RE175 perfin cancel, RE179 used (small scissor cut), RE180A mint, RE182A-D mint, RE183A mint, RE184A mint, RE185-94 mint, RE188 block mint, RE198b pair mint (PSE cert), RE197 mint, RE199-203 mint, RE201 block mint, etc., usual mixed condition in the used with the mint being generally fresh and F-VF; accompanied by 20 Weiss certificates for Scott numbers RE/148/202, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 8.2 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image) (Image2)

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Estimate $5,000-7,500
Currently Opening at...$2,500.00
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180   imageRemarkable Beer Stamps Collection, approximately 320 singles and multiples neatly displayed on specialty pages in two binders and with better issues in abundance including REA1a die cut used, REA1b cut to shape (2), REA2, REA3, REA6a, REA9 punch cancel, REA11a, REA14 (2), REA14a, REA15a, REA16, REA16 (2), REA17c cut to shape, REA18a (2), REA20, REA20a (2), REA20c, REA21b, REA27, REA27b, REA28-29, REA31 (3), REA34-36, REA37c, REA38b, e, f, REA39b, c, REA40e, REA41b-f, REA42c, e, f, REA43c (FAULTY), REA43e-f, REA48a-b, REA49, REA58-61, REA262-67, REA72, REA74, REA76b, REA79a bottom margin plate no 20320 and arrow block of four unused, REA80a, REA81a, REA83 top margin plate no 33190 pair unused, REA84, REA87, REA89-100, REA100A, REA102-07, REA118c, REA121-22, REA132a, REA137, REA138 (2 including one with partial plate no), REA145 UR plate no 60493 block of four, REA147 UL plate no 46182 block of four, REA156a, REA175, REA182, REA190B-192 mint, etc., typical mixed condition but nicer than typically seen, VG-VF, ideal foundation collection, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 13.4 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image) (Image2)

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Estimate $7,500-10,000
Currently Opening at...$5,250.00
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181   image"What's on Tap?" Beer Stamps Collection, 1947, 37 Beer revenue stamps plus a hundred pieces of alcohol ephemera in protective sleeves; includes Scott # REA194 (used) and mint block of 4, REA195 (used) as well as used block of 4, REA196, REA197, REA198A used block of 4, REA190 block of 4, REA190B block of 4, REA191 block of 4, REA192 block of 4, and REA193 block of 4; ephemera includes menu letter sheets for Beverwyck, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Piel's Light, Genesee Draft, Schlitz, and Heileman beer; labels from Fisher, Brown Jug, Old Broadway Lager, Becker's Best, Leinenkugel, Alpen Brau, Piel's, Coors, Rainier, Ballantine's, Carling's, Walter's, Olympus, Acme, Brown Derby, Miller, Blatz, Dutch Lunch, 7 Crown, Fletcher, Iroquois, Century, Tivoli, Budweiser, Mt Olympus, Koehler's, Sweet Life, Hampden, Camden Lager, Rex, Queens Braii, Rahr's, 100th Anniversary Premium, Old Shay, Hedrick, Topper, Armanetti's Holiday, Genesee 12 Horse, Sunshine Premium, Tutor, Valley Forge, Wisconsin Club, Pilsener Select, Kaier's, Fuhrmann & Schmidt, Pop's Brau, Goldcrest, Old Export, Twins Lager, Golden Brau, Old Timers, Old Fashioned, F&S Half & Half, Malt Duck, Bavarian, Prizer, Mann-Chester, Simon, and Red Cap; delightful mix of old and new, Fine to Very Fine, ex Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 3 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $750-1,000
Currently Opening at...$375.00
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182   image"Wine By Any Other Name" Fermented Fruit Juice Revenue Collection, 1933, in an effort to speed the reintroduction of legal alcohol FDR redefined intoxicating beverage to exceed content found in beer and wine, these short-lived revenues were used in 1933; includes REF1-REF9 with mild duplication, REF3 study (rare cancels, inverted overprint, precancel, etc), REF3 MNH block, REF9 unused block, and Minnesota Decalmania 12 1/2 in poor condition; all you need is REF10 to be complete, Fine to Very Fine, ex Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 0.6 lbs. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
Currently Opening at...$700.00
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183   imageExceptional Collection of Playing Card Revenues, A specialized collection of several hundred stamps on blank pages; basically complete for the "regular" numbers, including RF7a & RF15, but loaded with varieties and multiples (plate blocks of RF2 & RF3) as well as specialized group of precancels, include a few rarities like Creative Playing Card Co. "C.P.C." on RF26 (American Precancel Soc. $1,000). The collection even includes three unopened decks of cards: a deck of small size "Cadet" Cards with RF16; a deck of "Aviator" cards with RF26; and a double deck of ""umbo Index" cards with two RF27/27A, all from the U.S. Playing Card Co. A marvelous lot, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.8 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
Currently Opening at...$2,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
184 RG1/RG125 imageSilver Tax Stamp Collection (Scott RG1/RG125), comprising #RG1-18 (1c-20c & 50c & $1 Never Hinged, rest lightly hinged, plus extra #RG1-7 & #RG9 -- all 8 lightly hinged with violet boxed "Silver Tax" handstamp overprint (unlisted in Scott), and #RG1-9 & #RG11-12 Never Hinged blocks of four, #RG37-50 (1c, 3c-8c & 20c Never Hinged, rest lightly hinged, plus 2c & 5c Never Hinged blocks of four), #RG58-72 (5c no gum, 50c & 80c lightly hinged, plus 1c & 3c Never Hinged blocks of 4), #RG74 very lightly hinged, #RG86-92 & #RG96 Never Hinged, #RG93-95 & #RG99 lightly hinged, #RG108-125 & #RG127 Never Hinged except #RG118 & #RG119, #RG122-#RG124 Never Hinged blocks of 4 (Scott $2,100), used #RG1, #RG3, #RG5, #RG7 & #RG12 -- all 5 with "SILVER TAX" in violet large block lettering (unlisted in Scott), #RG18 (5), #RG19-23, #RG21 vertical strip of 4, #RG26, #RG59, #RG61-64, #RG66 (unpriced in Scott), #RG71, #RG72, #RG75 (single and pair), #RG80, #RG130, #RG132 plus a 1963 document for the transfer of an interest in silver bullion with #RG125 (block of 15 and vertical strip of 5) plus 1c & 3c & $2 (#RG121) pairs and 10c strip of 4, plus a few fake overprints, Fine to Very Fine, Scott over $12,000 plus the unlisted; #RG18 with 2003 PFC, #RG22 with 1973 APS certificate; view this entire collection online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 1 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $4,000-6,000
Currently Opening at...$2,700.00
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185 RH1-RH4 imageCigarette Tubes Collection, 1919-33 (Scott RH1-RH4), comprising #RG1-18 (1c-20c & 50c & $1 Never Hinged, rest lightly hinged, plus extra #RG1-7 & #RG9 -- all 8 lightly hinged with violet boxed "Silver Tax" handstamp overprint (unlisted in Scott), and #RG1-9 & #RG11-12 Never Hinged blocks of four, #RG37-50 (1c, 3c-8c & 20c Never Hinged, rest lightly hinged, plus 2c & 5c Never Hinged blocks of four), #RG58-72 (5c no gum, 50c & 80c lightly hinged, plus 1c & 3c Never Hinged blocks of 4), #RG74 very lightly hinged, #RG86-92 & #RG96 Never Hinged, #RG93-95 & #RG99 lightly hinged, #RG108-125 & #RG127 Never Hinged except #RG118 & #RG119, #RG122-#RG124 Never Hinged blocks of 4 (Scott $2,100), used #RG1, #RG3, #RG5, #RG7 & #RG12 -- all 5 with "SILVER TAX" in violet large block lettering (unlisted in Scott), #RG18 (5), #RG19-23, #RG21 vertical strip of 4, #RG26, #RG59, #RG61-64, #RG66 (unpriced in Scott), #RG71, #RG72, #RG75 (single and pair), #RG80, #RG130, #RG132 plus a 1963 document for the transfer of an interest in silver bullion with #RG125 (block of 15 and vertical strip of 5) plus 1c & 3c & $2 (#RG121) pairs and 10c strip of 4, plus a few fake overprints, Fine to Very Fine, see it all online, ex-Gatsby. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $400-600
Currently Opening at...$200.00
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186   imageThe "Field of Dreams" Potato Tax Collection, 1935, a complete-plus collection, featuring all 18 of the issued stamps as singles, #RI1-RI13 as blocks of four (two #RI7), full panes of 50 of #RI1 and RI2, booklet panes of 12 #RI14a (2), RI15a, RI16a, RI18a (2), Provisional booklets of #RI14a (24 stamps), RI17a (24 stamps, adhering to interleaving as Scott-listed), RI18a (96 stamps), and Definitive booklets of #RI14a (96 stamps) and RI18a (96 stamps); all appear fresh and sound, though a fault or two may not meet the eye, and our spot checks turned up only never hinged, Very Fine, a tasty dish well worth viewing; imaged in full online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 1 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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187   imageAddictive Narcotics Stamp Collection, like all of the collections formed by the extremely passionate collector "Mr. Gatsby", this exceptional collection possesses most of the basic stamps either in mint (mostly) or used condition supported by a massive quantity of extra items, and in this collection, the extra items are multiples in varying sizes, highlights include many singles and blocks with "NARCOTIC" overprinted plus mint #RJA18, #RJA19 (unpriced in Scott), #RJA20, #RJA21 (2 including one plate no. single), a massive number of the purple issues in multiples with better including mint #RJA62b strips of 3 and 7 (2 each), #RJA68a, #RJA70a strip of 6, #RJA70b strip of 5, #RJA80a vertical pair, #RJA89b, #RJA94Cb, #RJA95b, used #RJA70a, plus unusual varieties and other interesting items, few faults as always, generally, Fine to Very Fine, Scott for listed items $5,355 with much value unlisted, see it all online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 2 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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188   imageConsular Fee Stamp Collection, #RK1-RK40 complete set in mostly used condition in mounts on two Scott National pages, plus #RK11 on piece, #RK11 with captured plate number 22076, & #RK12 with plate no. 82159, #RK18 with part imprint on small piece, #RK21a on piece, #RK22 Never Hinged block of 4, #RK36 tied by American Consulate in Yokohama cancel and many more on both full and partial documents, most of which are franked with $2 and higher and are from a good variety of countries, few faults to be expected because these are working documents not made for collectors, overall, Fine to Very Fine, see it all online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 2 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,000-3,000
Currently Opening at...$1,000.00
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189   imageCustoms Fees and Labels, 1887, small but complete collection of Custom fees and labels mounted on album pages; includes RL1-RL8 w additional examples of RL1 with 5 1/2 roulette and another that appears to be roulette 7 (RL1c); exploded (has cover but staples removed) book of Passenger Baggage stamps (100 to a book) plus the equivalent contents on hingeless pages; dozens of older, used labels present as well as a few on piece; a comprehensive showing, Fine to Very Fine, ex Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 1 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $400-600
Currently Opening at...$200.00
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190   imageRevenue Stamped Paper Collection, 1862-98, several hundred different examples of revenue stamped paper housed in two large binders; RN-T4 on American Banknote certificate for 100 shares of the New York and Harlem Railroad, RN-B1, RN-B17, RN-B24, RN-B23, RN-B10, RN-B13, RN-B2, RN-B3, RN-B4, RN-B5, RN-B6, RN-B6, RN-B13a, RN-B20a, RN-H3, RN-L13, RN-K1, RN-M2, RN-E5, RN-E4, RN-J4, RN-J5, RN-N3, RN-C2, RN-C5, RN-C19, RN-B20, RN-C21, RN-C22, RN-D9, RN-D1, RN-X6, RN-G1, RN-G3, RN-W2, and more; Rev Turner essay "Lincoln", railroad company scrip, Custom's House ledger, $1,000 first mortage Rockford Rock Island St Louis Railroad, numerous bonds, RN-N3 essay, RN-A10 tapework, RN-X7 proof, RN-X6E essay, RN-11 on bank check, RN-12, RN-X7 voucher check, RN-G1, 5 Specimen checks invalid for actual use, stamp redeemed overprint unlisted, RN-A2, RN-T4, RN-D1, and much more; the engravings are exquisite, Fine to Very Fine, ex Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 15.2 lbs. (Video for this lot) (Video2 for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,500-2,000
Currently Opening at...$750.00
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191   imageImpressive Collection of Private Die Match Stamps, An excellent collection of a few hundred mostly different on Aldrich album pages; to give you an idea of the scope of the collection, there are nearly 20 stamps, cataloging $500-and-up, including RO11a, RO17u, RO25b, RO27b, RO45e (2), RO63d, RO66u (2), RO107a, RO113e (2), RO115u, RO136a, RO137e (3), RO139b, RO141u, RO145a (completely rebacked and not counted), RO165b & 186u. Accordingly, there are many, many in the $100-$450 range. In addition, there is a group of Byam/Carlton wrappers with different dates—including one undated, as well as some nice multiples and proofs scattered throughout. As always, condition is extremely mixed, especially on the higher catalog value stamps, but there are plenty of sound, F-VF stamps among the sub-$500 numbers. A rare opportunity, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 3 lbs.
Scott $44,000. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $7,500-10,000
Currently Opening at...$7,250.00
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192   imageHuge Collection of Private Die Proprietary Medicine Stamps, A tremendous collection of many hundreds, mostly different, on Aldrich album pages. To give you an idea of what's here, there are more than 25 stamps cataloging $500-and-up, including RS15a, RS16a, RS17a, RS41a, RS42c, RS42e, RS47b, RS47d, RS65a, RS72d, RS74ah, RS99a, RS100a, RS112a, RS113a, RS134b, RS135b, RS136b, RS174cj, RS176a, RS178c, RS178e, RS191a, RS192a, RS203b, RS210b & RS270d (which someone has colored pink!). Accordingly, we can only imagine how many there are in the $100-$450 range. In addition, there is a selection of sixteen 1898 Dr. Kilmer & Co. overprints, all with different dates, as well as multiples—including RS4b pair & RS4d vertical strip of 5—and proofs scattered throughout. Condition is extremely mixed, as always, especially on the higher catalog value stamps, but there are plenty of sound, F-VF stamps among the sub-$500 numbers. A rare opportunity, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 5.6 lbs.
Scott $68,000. (Video for this lot) (Image)

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Estimate $15,000-20,000
Currently Opening at...$11,000.00
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193   imageMarvelous Collection of Proprietary Medicine Ephemera, A bulging stockbook filled with Medicine related advertising including about 50 post-June 1883 Facsimiles, plus more than 100 advertising covers, Trade Cards, Promotional letters, etc., etc.; we note Husband's Calcined Magnesia facsimile imperfs with various style Specimen overprints—14 singles, 15 blocks of 4 and 5 pairs—theoretically retailing for $20-$30 per single, and 10 different Medicine Co. Almanacs, 1858-1929. A veritable Treasure Trove, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 7.6 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $2,500-3,500
Currently Opening at...$1,300.00
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194   imageExcellent Collection of Private Die Perfumery and Playing Card Stamps, About 85 different plus some duplication on Aldrich album pages; better numbers include RT2k, RT5a, RT9d, RT15b, RT15d, RT22e, RT23d, RT25d, RU2 (pair & single), RU7, RU10a and RU11e (missing corner), plus proofs RT2P3 (block of 4) & RT12TC3a (pair). Condition is mixed, as always, but generally Fine. A great starter collection, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 2 lbs.
Scott $5,500+. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
Currently Opening at...$1,300.00
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195 RV1-RV53 imageThe Model A+ Collection of Motor Vehicle Use Revenues, 1942-46 (Scott RV1-RV53), all mounted on Scott album or stock pages, the entire run complete as singles, plus a number of pairs and blocks of four, #RV6 block of 16, RV53 block of six, two on different patriot decals (#RV1 "Remember Pearl Harbor", #RV6 "Keep 'Em Flying"), plus two 1944 California Motor Vehicle Stamps, State of New York 1955 Certificate of Inspection, and Pennsylvania Bureau of Motor Vehicles pre-printed envelope; all appear fresh and sound (those on decals used and thus sunned), but the occasional fault might have skidded in, generally Very Fine, one to get your motor running; see it all online, ex-Gatsby. Shipping charges apply - weight 0.8 lbs. (PDF for this Lot) (Image)

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Estimate $1,000-1,500
Currently Opening at...$500.00
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