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ABC Auction / Michael E. Aldrich, Inc. / Large Lot Sale: 126

Great Britain and British Commonwealth
GREAT BRITAIN

Sale No: 126
Lot No: 232
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image EXTENSIVE GREAT BRITAIN INVENTORY IN SIX RED BOXES, several thousand mixed mint and used singles and sets but mostly mint, identified and priced on 102 cards in 6+ red boxes, there are some early issues and a good chunk of value here but there is still much bulk and value after 1900, there is also some B.O.B. material included, the condition is mixed and there are some faults to be expected but overall a pretty clean lot, there is duplication with quantities generally in the 1-3 range with some higher, catalog values appear to be a few years old but for the most part are in line with current values, a ready-to-go inventory (Image)

CV 32,760.00

Opening US$ 1,800.00
Sold...US$ 1,800.00


Closed..May-30-2020, 18:30:03 EST
Sold For 1800

Sale No: 126
Lot No: 233
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Cat No: Collection

image GREAT BRITAIN COLLECTION, includes over 5700 various mint and used singles of which there are many each for each issue, also includes a number of booklets, SS's, and a few hundred FDC's, some of the covers have water stains, hinged in five three ring binders, the collection runs to 2007 and there is some B.O.B. and Machins along with Regionals, the overall condition is pretty clean with some faults in the early issues, values to about $250, there are hundreds of plate numbers, varieties and other speciality material spread throughout including may phosphors, a good collection with lots of value and plenty of stamps (Image)

CV 18,800.00

Opening US$ 1,800.00
Sold...US$ 1,800.00


Closed..May-30-2020, 18:30:26 EST
Sold For 1800

Sale No: 126
Lot No: 234
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Cat No: Collection

image GREAT BRITAIN COLLECTION, includes several hundred mixed mint and used but mostly mint and many NH, virtually all mint after 1900, mounted in a Scott Speciality album with dust case, the collection runs to 1993 and includes some B.O.B. and some Regionals, this collection is quite complete after 1920 including many speciality items and very strong phosphor issues, some of the better stamps include: 5, 39, 42, 43*, 44-45, 48, 55, 60, 62*, 64*, 80*, 81, 83*, 85, 87-88*, 94, 95*, 179*, 181*, 190a*, 213*, 249*, 309-12*, O36; the overall condition here is really very nice with only some scattered faults in the early issues, a wonderful starter collection with still plenty of room for expansion, certainly one of the better mint G.B. collections we have offered in some time, well worth a good look (Image)

CV 12,600.00

Opening US$ 1,800.00
Sold...US$ 1,800.00


Closed..May-30-2020, 18:30:51 EST
Sold For 1800
Sale No: 126
Lot No: 235
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Cat No: Collection

image BETTER GREAT BRITAIN ACCUMULATION, includes several dozen various mint and used singles, contained in 102 cards and then on a black stock page, good variety but there is some duplication with quantities generally in the 1-3 range with a few higher, condition is mixed and there are faults to be expected, very strong in the classic area, values generally $50 and up with some over $350, we noticed some better plate numbers and cancels, a huge amount of retail value here and well worth a good look (Image)

CV 21,900.00

Opening US$ 1,300.00
Sold...US$ 1,300.00


Closed..May-30-2020, 18:31:05 EST
Sold For 1300


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