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United States
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
181 ogngO   Extensive mint and used collection with duplication, in mounts and housed in three Scott albums, mint and used to around 1890, then mostly mint with issues to the 1990s, better used include #1, 2, 7 pair, 13-15, 15 pair, 17, 22, 23, 28, 30, 30A, 32, 36, 37, 39 with a fake cancel, most 1861 issues including a 24c shade study, "E" grills cplt., "F" grills to 30c, 1869 issue complete, grilled Bank Notes to 7c and most other to 90c with plenty of duplication, $4.00 and $5.00 Columbians, 261-63, 278 and 312, among the many mint are 7, 9, 20, 33, 38, then 1c, 3c, 10c (2), 24c, 30c and 90c 1861 issues with "Specimen" overprints and some proofs, 102, 124, 127, 133, some Bank Notes, small Bank Notes to 30c, Columbians cplt to $3.00, 255-60, 268-75, Trans-Mississippi complete, twentieth century commemoratives complete including 404 and 630, Washington-Franklins highly complete, including coils and coil pairs, but many of the flat plate coils are fakes, 505 single error in a block of nine, then virtually complete from the 1922 issue to the 1990s, the air mails are complete but for C13-15, but include a C18 block of four and C20-22 plate blocks, the special deliveries are complete, plus E6 block of four, the postage dues are quite complete, but some are used, offices in China are comlete except for K11 and K15, then officials mint or used, with Executive ovpt'd "Specimen,", a few newspapers, parcel post cplt. including JQ1-5, then a booklet panes collection with 279Be, 319g and a 1c AEF pane, cut squares mint and used with better items such as U28-29 and finally a decent showing of revenues with first issue imperf., part perf. and perforated, second and third issues, reds and greens, wines, etc., and ending with hunting permits including mint RW2-18 and some later, also included is a fairly modest possessions collection with a few better mint items, the quality is decidedly mixed, including regummed, reperfed, repaired, cancels removed, misidentifies, off center, faults, etc., so a careful examination is essential.

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Est. $15,000-20,000

SOLD for $29,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
182 og/nh   Voluminous estate offered intact, many thousands of singles, some blocks, numerous plate blocks as well as coils in pairs and line pairs, booklet panes and booklets, plate no. coil strips, modern sheets and sheetlets, including Recalled Legends of the West and interspersed covers, all in mounts on White Ace pages housed in over 30 binders filling four large cartons, starts with a volume of regular issues including used #1, 2, 36, 1861 issue to 90c and a few grills to 15c, 1869 to 15c, Bank Notes to 90c, unwatermarked Bureau issue to 50c, 313, and mint starting with some watermarked Bureau issues, 1902 to 15c and a $2.00, 331-42, the last with PFC, useful Washington-Franklins including coils as well as 422 and 547, 551-73, 578-79, 581-91, Kans.-Nebr. cplt., 804-84 singles and plate blocks, 1030-53 singles and plate blocks, etc., with issues to 1996 and plenty of face value in modern issues, especially high values, the commemoratives are complete but for a $5.00 Columbian, however most of the early issues are regummed, the air mails are complete with a nice set of mint Graf Zeppelins and there are a few back-of-the-book such as Q1-8, the commemorative plate blocks start with the Pilgrim issue and are quite complete to 1996, mixed condition prior to 1920, then largely fine-very fine; a valuable collection that is worth spending the necessary time required to do a proper evaluation, with much of the value being in the first box.

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Est. $7,500-1,000

SOLD for $12,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
183 nhbl   Massive mint accumulation of virtually all post 1940 singles, blocks, plate blocks and plate strips, booklets, sheets, sheetlets, souvenir sheets and scrap housed in twenty large mint sheet albums or stockbooks filling three large cartons, with much of the face value being from the last 30 years or so; plenty of high values make this a worthwhile lot; an inventory of sorts is available.

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Face value $12,152.00

SOLD for $5,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
184 nh/og   Pleasing quality mint mostly n.h. collection balance housed in three Scott National hingeless albums with issues to 1997, noteworthy items include #24, 26, 75 (Buhler certificate as o.g., but is regummed), 206-07, 210-12, 214-15, 217, 219-26, 230-40, 247-49, 258, 264-68, 270, 280-82, 283-84, 288-90, 291, 294-99, 300-08, 310, 323-27, 331-37, 339-40, 357-58,1909 commemoratives complete, 374-82, 392-96, 397-400, 401-03, 407, 414-20, 422, 424-35, 446 line pair, 447, 453, 457-58 singles and joint line pairs, 468-74, 479, 492-97 joint line pairs, 501-18, 545-46, 547, 551-73 complete, 578-79, 581-91, 599A, 630, then complete to #3178 except for 634A and a few of the most modern issues, but including a Recalled Legends of the West sheet, a few mostly 19th century regummed, a couple faults, occasional hinged stamp and most of the flat plate coils are fakes, including pairs and line pairs, plus a few scattered 19th century used of little consequence, but overall this is a very clean collection of predominantly o.g., n.h., fine and better stamps and is well worth a thorough inspection; six certificates accompany.

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Est. $3,000-4,000

SOLD for $6,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
185 ogO   Mint and used "old time" collection housed in twelve albums or binders and a variety of small boxes filling three large cartons, the main collection is in a old Scott National album from which many of the better items have been removed and placed on dealer pages in two counterbooks, here we note 9X1 reprint from the plate on nine, unused 10X1, then mostly used with 1847 5c and 10c, 1851 to 12c including #12 and 13, 1857 to 90c, the latter unused, 1861 to 90c, 1867 grills to 30c, 1869 to 30c, grilled Bank Notes to 10c and most other Bank Notes to 90c, Columbians complete with 50c, $3.00 and $4,00 unused, unwatermarked and watermarked Bureau issues complete, Trans-Mississippi complete, then mixed mint and used to 1922 including 2c Pan-American bottom plate block of ten, 1902 issue complete used, etc, also decent Possessions with Canal Zone, Guam including mint $1.00, Hawaii, Philippines including some high values such as #223A used and Puerto Rico, the next volume is back-of-the-book including C13-14 used, K1-16 postally used with Shanghai duplex cancels, officials, revenues, etc., the rest is mostly post-1920 material, including plate blocks, with occasional better items such as 832-34 plate block and C18 block to be found, also a carton filled with duplicates and junk, very mixed condition, including faulty, repaired, off center, stuck down, misidentified, etc., so a careful viewing is essential.

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Est. $3,000-4,000

SOLD for $8,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
186 ogngO   Small stockbook of "goodies", a few dozen better used, unused and mint nineteenth and early twentieth century singles arranged in a stockbook, we note used 1, 2, 13, 72, 99, 118, 120, 121 (2) and 293 as well as mint or unused 2, 28, 30, 37, 67, 72, 76, 77, 116, 119, 155, 160, 166, 218, 229, 244, 276 (2), 276A, 291, 312, 315, 421, 478, 547, C1-6 (2) and C18 (3), however some of these probably have had a cancel removed, mixed condition, many regummed as well as some off center, small faults, reperfed and the like, so please inspect carefully.

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Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $9,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
187 nh   imageUseful mint accumulation of selected items on stockpages in a binder, including #119P3 and mint 224 with PFC, 303-05, last with PFC, 231 broken hat variety, 233 with PFC, 294-99, 328-30, 370 with PSAG 95 n.h. certificate, 371 pair (2), block of four (2) and plate block (2), 373 pair, block of four (3) and plate block, 524, 547, 564 plate block (2), 567-73, 630, 1934a vertical strip of three, a Recalled Legends of the West sheet, C1-3 and Q8 with PSAG certificate, also includes an album with 1926-40 commemoratives and a Harris album with 1927-81 mostly commemorative issues, occasional small fault or regummed, but overwhelmingly n.h., fine to extremely fine. (Image)

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Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $3,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
188 og/nhO   Varied accumulation comprised of two large stockbooks, one crammed full with mint singles, blocks and plate blocks from around 1920 to 1940 including better items such as two White Plains souvenir sheets, the other with back-of-the-book material including air mails with quite a bit of face value, hunting permits from $7.50 era to recent and other bob material, also a substantial plate number coil collection and accumulation of strips of three and five as well as plain strips, a mint and used collection balance in as stockbook with better items, but mixed condition, and a large stockbook of used, substantial cumulative face value and enough better to warrant a look.

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Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $3,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
189 og/nhO   Mostly mint mainly twentieth century collection in mounts on White Ace pages housed in six binders and comprised of regular issues from 1922-83 and 2001-14 including Kans and Nebr. sets, 803-34,1030-53 and recent high value postage, commemoratives from 1893-1950 both mint and used, air mails complete to 2006, except the Graf Zeppelin set, air mail plate blocks, Hunting Permits complete to 2013, plus some used, occasional small fault, most o.g., l.h. or n.h., fine-very fine.

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Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
190 ogO   Largely mint collection to 1982 in mounts and housed in six White Ace albums, the nineteenth century is scattered and mostly used including 1869 issue to 15c, the twentieth century is mostly mint and includes 1902 issue to 8c, 1922 issue to $2.00, Columbians to 10c, Pan-Americans cplt. and most other 20th century commemoratives, air mails with C1-6 and C18 (2), K1-16, Q1-6, RW7-13 and a smattering of postage and foreign, mixed condition, however much is o.g. or n.h., fine-very fine.

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Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
191 O   Early twentieth century premium quality used collection housed in a Lindner hingeless album comprised of regular issues with #331-42 ex. 5c, 343-47, 355, 376-81, 390-96, 414-23 ex. 12c, 424-40, 460, 462-80 ex. 20c and 50c, offset issues, 541, and 545-46, then a set of mint n.h. Prexies and a range of duplicates and extraneous material, most of these stamps were carefully selected for their superior centering, margins and cancels, inevitably there may be some small faults, however most are very fine or extremely fine; difficult to assemble and ideal for expansion.

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Est. $500-750

SOLD for $850.00
Will close during Public Auction
192 og/nh   1895 2c Carmine, Ty. III imprint and plate number strips of three matched sets, nineteen "round robin" matched sets of #267 comprised of plate nos.143, 145, 148, 150, 151, 153-56, 158, 160, 290, 506-11 and 513, perfs. touch a few, most are fine-very fine or better o.g. or n.h.

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Est. $300-400

SOLD for $260.00
Will close during Public Auction
193 nhPB   Air mail plate block collection of only pre 1952 issues, having been collection by plate number and position, all mounted on quadrilled pages in an album, included are C4, C7 (10), C8 (5), C9 (8), C10 (16), C12 (13), C16 (6), C17 (4), C18 plate block of ten, C19 (14), C20 (6), C21 (7), C22 (9), C24 (11), C31 (6) and C46 (12), spot checking did not reveal any to be hinged, generally fine-very fine or better.

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$11,380.00

SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
Postal History
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
194 c   Exhibitions and Fairs massive all-encompassing accumulation of around 675 virtually all pre 1920 pieces, including not just illustrated and advertising covers, but also numerous mostly used Columbian and Trans-Mississippi postal cards, picture post cards, Columbian entires, expositions station cancels including registered, tickets and other ephemera, slogan cancels, exposition corner cards, usages of the commemoratives issued to promote the expositions and more, all in sleeves on G&K pages in absolutely no order at all filling ten binders, with most of the exhibitions listed in Bomar from the 1870s to 1915 being represented, as well as some minor fairs, including perhaps a couple hundred items that should retail in the $25.00 to $350.00 range, highlights are too numerous to mention, but to give an inking of the scope we found several dozen Columbian World's Fair Exposition Station cancels, plus seven scarce registry cancels, ten scarce Trans-Mississippi Exposition Station cancels (Bomar records only 75), with six being on postal cards, a 50c Trans-Mississippi on cover, two Louisiana Purchase complete set covers, covers addressed to the American Legation at Paris expositions, many 1900 Paris exhibition covers with U.S. Postal Station cancels and a dizzying array of advertising cover designs, including many all-over and a few collars, some typical faults, most are fine-very fine; please view to fully appreciate.

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Est. $10,000-15,000

SOLD for $8,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
195 c   Postal history collection of over 125 mostly better nineteenth century, early twentieth century and air mail covers mounted on pages and annotated, starts with three 5c and one 10c 1847 issue frankings and continues with several 1c 1851 frankings including two paying the 5c rate to France and a strip of three, 1857 10c Ty I on cover, several advertising covers, a couple Civil War patriotics, 1861 3c Pink on cover, 5c Brown pair on cover to France, two 12c single franking domestic covers, 3c "C" grill on cover, 3c "E" grill tied by Cambridge, Mass. fancy shield, Bank Note covers including three franked by 15c, early commemoratives on cover including three Spanish-American war patriotics, useful air mails including frankings by C1, C2, C3, C5 and C6 single and block of four, a couple Zeppelin flights, some first day covers and a good deal more, the condition is mixed but many are fine-very fine and desirable.

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Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $3,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
196 c   Better covers and cards accumulation of over 250 items in sleeves housed on G&K pages in no particular order filling three binders, including numerous covers that will retail in the $50.00 to $250.00 or more range, several with certificates, we not eleven nice Civil War patriotic covers, many Spanish-American war covers, illustrated and advertising including collar and all-over designs, stampless, many RPO and railway related, many sea post cancels, foreign destinations including postal cards, territorial, fancy and unusual cancels, registered, special delivery, etc., including some better frankings such as 15c 1861, two with 30c 1861, one with 12c 1869 and a 15c Bank Note, some typical faults, most are fine and better

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Est. $2,000-3,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
197 c   New Jersey cover and card accumulation of around 350 items in sleeves arranged in no particular order on G&K pages in four binders, virtually all pre-1920, with nineteenth century predominating, including better frankings like a 5c 1847 used from Newton with PFC and 7c and 12c Continental Bank Notes on registered cover with PSE certificate, also strong in RPO, these being mostly a Morris & Essex rail road collection filling most of a binder including ephemera, stampless including fancy ovals, many illustrated and advertising, fancy cancels with many Blairstown fancy "JVD" monogram cancels, small towns and DPOs, foreign destination including Denmark and Uruguay, postal cards, registered, special delivery, Spanish-American war, etc., typical mixed condition, many fine-very fine or better.

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Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,450.00
Will close during Public Auction
198 c   New Jersey extensive picture post card collection of over 1,200 different pieces in sleeves and arranged on G&K pages in twelve binders with strength in north Jersey, including strong Lake Hopatcong, Morris Canal, Hoboken, Patterson, etc., also some from New York, Pennsylvania and other states, plus some political, ships, trains, real photo and a few foreign, vast majority are from the turn of the century, with very little after 1920, many scarce views and small publishers present so please view to appreciate.

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Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
199 c   imageTrans-Atlantic correspondence comprised of ten covers with original enclosures (which we have not explored) from Europe in 1856 to a Mrs. C.H. Newlin in Philadelphia, five are stampless covers with red or black Philadelphia exchange office datestamps, the other five are franked and comprised of Great Britain 1/- embossed (#5) cut square, Thurn & Taxis (Southern District) 1kr pair (#42) with 9kr irregular block of five (#46), two covers from Switzerland franked by Seated Helvitias, one a beautiful four color franking with 10r (#21), 20r (#23), 40r (#19) and two 1Fr (#30), the other with 10r, 20r and 1Fr and the last from France with Napoleon 20c (#15) and 80c strip of three (#19), some faults, others fine-very fine; worth exploring. (Image)

Est. $400-500

SOLD for $2,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
Confederate States
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
200 c   Confederate Civil War correspondence of 26 covers with letters to Constantine A. Hege, a soldier in the army of the Confederate States of America with Captain Heitman, Company H, General Cook's Brigade, 48th regiment, North Carolina Troops from various relatives and correspondents, the letters having been meticulously transcribed and some genealogical research done, the covers range from tatty to fine, all franked with adhesives, many of which are affixed to the back of the cover as a seal, many originating in Salem, N.C. including two with Salem Mutual Insurance Co. advertisement, all mounted and annotated on album pages, also includes a modest C.S.A. stamp collection.

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Est. $300-400

SOLD for $700.00
Will close during Public Auction

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