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Daniel F. Kelleher Auctions, LLC Sale: 730

Great Britain and British Commonwealth
Stamp Collections

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 1930
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Cat No: Collection

image Worldwide, Magnificent Mondial Mint Collection, Mostly Mid-1920s to Mid-'70s. Old Jules would be jealous—here you can go 'round the world in 32 albums (though you might want to take 80 days to savor them); the bulk of the collection runs from the mid-1920s to the mid-'70s, with some countries (e.g., Germany, Italy, Russia) going back nearly to First Issues; truly amazing is that the collection is largely complete for the period, with everything not only mint, but overwhelmingly never hinged (the number of used stamps, mostly 19th-century Classics, is negligible); a work of love, the stamps are meticulously arrayed in mounts on quadrille pages, each with country name and Scott numbers neatly typed; as the albums run from Abu Dhabi to Zululand, a complete listing of "WOW!" items is impossible, but we note particularly strong Asia, including very pretty Bhutan and Cambodia, captivating Korea with souvenir sheets from #283a on, Laos including deluxe proofs, souvenir folders and imperforates; Japan with numerous lottery and miniature sheets, Famous Men complete, etc.; China with #307-310, 471, a range of Martyrs, and some Occupations; Taiwan featuring many of the most sought-after items, including #1037-1040, 1046-1051 (perforated and imperforate), Silo Bridge booklet, 1114a and 1126a with tabs, Emperors, etc.; excellent Middle East, with all countries well-represented, including solid Egypt, Syria (Mandatory and independent, with souvenir sheets and Airmail overprint varieties), strong Saudi Arabia, plus extensive issues from the various Gulf States that arose following the Trucial States' demise; Italy including all 1920s-'30s sets (Manzoni on) and Aegean Islands overprints, German 5M Symbols of Empire values, a mind-blowing Russia (taking up 1½ albums, including much Imperial), spectacular Spain, exquisite Colonies, lovely Latin America, and so much more; accompanied by the owner's meticulous and properly figured 2019 Scott catalog value tapes (for each album, plus at the start of each country!), totaling in excess of $360,000, Very Fine, one of the best-looking worldwide collections we've had the pleasure to offer; whether you're a collector or a dealer, this must be first on your view list.
Estimate $60,000 - 80,000. Suggested Bid $60,000-80,000 (Image)

Suggested Bid $60,000-80,000

Opening US$ 52,500.00
Sold...US$ 52,500.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 15:27:51 EST
Sold For 52500

Sale No: 730
Lot No: 1939
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image Worldwide, Philatelic Muddle, 1860-1975. Housed in four volumes on APS Stamp Store pages, with scores of $5 and up singles and sets, a few better mint includes Fiji 591-594, Greenland 136-141, Iceland 378-379, Luxembourg 329-331, Syria 349-350, C154-C156, Italy 143-146, 514, Israel 326, Switzerland B80, France B294-B299, Southern Rhodesia 33-36, Zanzibar 214-217, with plenty of sale able items, a few condition issues, viewing is a joy not to be missed, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $21,000+ Estimate $2,500 - 3,500. Suggested Bid $2,500-3,500 (Image)

Suggested Bid $2,500-3,500

Opening US$ 1,400.00
Sold...US$ 1,400.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 15:34:44 EST
Sold For 1400
Sale No: 730
Lot No: 1941
Symbol:
Cat No: Collection

image Worldwide, Goodie Lot, Mostly 1870's-1980's. Many interesting or better items from a much larger accumulation that were set aside as possible single lots, but didn't quite meet our high standards we require for our Flagship sales, so you have a chance to buy these better items in one lot, with highlights that include: Australia 221 NH, Bangladesh 496 NH, Bechuanaland 124-36, 201-5, Belgium B513 NH, B662a NH, Bolivia 433-49, British Antarctic Territory 24 NH, Cape of Good Hope 1 and 2 used, Canada 78P//85P six values of card proofs, 162-77 mint, 217-27 (2 mint sets), C1-9 mint, 1967 Baby Sisters Experimental Essay sets in blue, red, black and brown, two imperf between pairs in black and unprinted, Ceylon 1 used, PRC 99 used, Cocos Keeling Islands 225-36, Cuba 653-57 and 658-62 complete sheets, Cyprus 183-97, France 1 (2 used), Gambia 132-43, Germany B316-17 NH, C36 used, DDR 144a perf and imperf NH, 146a perf and imperf NH, Great Britain 1 used, 353c-60a (2 NH sets), offices in Eritrea 24-26 NH, Guyana 3027 (4 souvenir sheets, two of which have error message at bottom), Iceland 152-61, Italy J17 mint, Saseno 1-7, Japan 127-45 mint, Macau 372-81 (2 NH sets), group of classic used Mexico: 4 (2 from two different districts), 5, 6, 12, 22b mint, 25a, 38, Mexico 2398 NH, Monaco 283-87 NH imperf set, New Caledonia 202-7, New Guinea O23-35, North Borneo 223-37, Northern Rhodesia 39-45, Papua New Guinea J1-5, Tristan Da Cunha 1-12, Turkey 1054a NH, U.S. 69, 294-99 mint, 561 block of four (bottom two stamps NH), PS12-14 plate blocks, WS7-10 plate block set, a few EFO's, CSA 12 block of four, 13, Vietnam 30-35 NH and Zanzibar 201-13. Lovely group adding up to substantial value; some mixed condition, but generally generally Fine to Very Fine, with many great sound and useful stamps.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500. Suggested Bid $2,500-3,500 (Image)

Suggested Bid $2,500-3,500

Opening US$ 2,500.00
Sold...US$ 2,500.00


Closed..Nov-02-2019, 15:35:31 EST
Sold For 2500


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