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Germany
Lot Symbol Descrip Cat. Value or Suggested Bid (S.B.)
141 c imageFive German real photo postcards issued between 1929-1938, each with a connection to dirigible airship travel. Four postcards show postal use; one card is unused. Images, cancels, stamps, messages, and addresses are shown on the scans. Clean souvenirs in sharp focus of an important period in German history. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005)

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S.B. 90.00

SOLD for $ 120.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)

COVER ACCUMULATIONS

United States
Lot Symbol Descrip Cat. Value or Suggested Bid (S.B.)
142 c imageJust in time for the 50th Anniversary of the First Moon Landing, owner’s count of 12,000 Apollo 11 C76 FDC collection/accumulation in eight cartons. Huge depth from major cachet makers. Includes singles, blocks, and space stamps accompanying C76. Entails roughly 6,000 SCHOEN covers having 26 varieties Almost all Washington D. C. cancels with a few anniversaries. NASA Maned Space Center Stamp Club around 1,200 having six varieties. Cancels involves alternate cities of Cape Canaveral, Titusville, Houston (primary) having a few anniversaries. Space City Cover Society varieties Aldrin, Collins, Armstrong (primary) having Houston cancels. All unaddressed except if printed to the cachet maker. If you want in on Apollo 11, this is your chance. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005) (image006) (image007) (image008) (image009) (image010) (image011) (image012) (image013) (image014) (image015) (image016)

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S.B. 1000.00

SOLD for $ 3,250.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
143 c/FDC imageAccumulation roughly from 1929 to 1991. Approximately 650 mainly airmail FDCs and First Flight covers mostly cacheted and sleeved. Entails several unusual cachets, about 100 handpainted, and overall a pleasant lot to view. An infrequent encountered selection needing your examination. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005) (image006) (image007) (image008) (image009) (image010) (image011) (image012) (image013)

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S.B. 800.00

SOLD for $ 1,700.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
144 c imageElite R.P.O. collection of covers, postcards, and postal cards from western railroads and states. Late nineteenth to mid-twentieth century. Contains almost 400 items housed in three clean Supersafe albums. Organized by railroad post office, Towle number, and date. Complete, detailed inventory included. Admirable condition, with clear cancels and auxiliary markings. Seldom offered in this quantity and quality. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005) (image006) (image007) (image008) (image009)

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S.B. 800.00

SOLD for $ 425.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
145 c imagePhenomenal old postal card collection/assortment from the early years of the UX numbers in one large carton. Roughly 950 mainly postally used cards consisting of around 60% in two gigantic stuffed ancient stockbooks and 40% what appears to be the remains of an exhibit. Duplication could be a source for varieties, cancellations, shades, paper difference etc. Interesting content including advertising. A rare opportunity to find a multitude of this material. Postal history collector nirvana. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005) (image006) (image007) (image008) (image009) (image010) (image011) (image012) (image013) (image014) (image015) (image016) (image017) (image018) (image019) (image020) (image021) (image022) (image023) (image024) (image025) (image026) (image027) (image028) (image029) (image030) (image031) (image032) (image033)

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S.B. 650.00

SOLD for $ 3,500.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
146 c imagePostal history assortment the 1850s to the 1940s. Comprises nearly 600 commercial covers, postal stationery, and postcards. Includes some advertising covers and postal cards. Condition varies on some items, so examination required. Searching will reveal some nuggets so happy mining. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005) (image006) (image007) (image008) (image009) (image010) (image011) (image012) (image013) (image014)

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S.B. 650.00

SOLD for $ 1,000.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
147 c/FDC imageAccumulation/collection of several thousand mainly stationary which feature cancels, destinations, interesting up rates, etc. Also includes FDC’s, 1st day rates, events a few commercial and more. Nothing spotted as scarce but extensive for lower retail level items. Great for dollar boxes or small groups on the internet. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005) (image006) (image007)

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S.B. 600.00

SOLD for $ 400.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
148 c/FDC imageAccumulation in four cartons. Consists of 2,600 FDCs, Event covers, and postal cards from the 1940s to 1990s having owner’s count of 1,000 unaddressed, 1,050 addressed, and 550 noncacheted. Also contains roughly 900 Event covers from the 1970s to 1990s, approximately 2,800 unaddressed FDCs also from the 1970s to 1990s, and around 600 US and worldwide postcards mainly from the modern era but has some linens and Golden Age. Plenty of backup so inspection recommended. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005) (image006) (image007) (image008) (image009) (image010) (image011) (image012) (image013) (image014) (image015)

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S.B. 600.00

SOLD for $ 375.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
149 c imageMinuteman Space assortment of owner’s count of roughly 2,500 mostly sleeved covers from 1961 to 1976 in two large cartons. Almost all Boudwin cachet launched Vandenberg AFB, California. Instant ICBM. Duplication slight to moderate. Become the market leader after acquiring this holding. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005) (image006) (image007) (image008) (image009) (image010) (image011) (image012) (image013)

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S.B. 500.00

SOLD for $ 260.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
150 c/FDC imageAssortment in thirteen cartons consisting of thousands of FDCs, commercial, event covers, postal stationery, and subscription items. Six cartons contain over 3,000 FDC collection from the 1940s to 2014 all in albums. The remaining run from the early 1900s to the 1990s having a heavy emphasis on subscription items. If you like a multitude of covers, pound for pound this lot will be just for you. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005) (image006) (image007) (image008) (image009)

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S.B. 450.00

SOLD for $ 450.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
151 c/FDC imageMae Weigand hand painted assortment from 1943 to 1947. Over fifty mostly FDCs including about twenty having themes of China, Korea, Four Freedoms, Bataan, Roosevelt, etc. and 34 appearing to be Weigand involving United Nations WW II Allies. An out of sight holding that WW II collectors will need to battle. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005) (image006) (image007) (image008) (image009) (image010) (image011) (image012) (image013) (image014) (image015) (image016) (image017)

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S.B. 450.00

SOLD for $ 1,050.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
152 c/FDC imageRoughly 800 mainly WW II cacheted FDC and Event covers from 1943 to 1946. Includes some cachet maker Fluegel and Guthrie. Involves V-E, V-J Day and a potpourri of other events as they occurred on a daily basis. Not to be missed. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005) (image006) (image007) (image008) (image009) (image010)

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S.B. 450.00

SOLD for $ 2,700.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
153 c imageSeveral hundred First Day and various event covers almost all autographed by Major League baseball players. Many stars and the like. Some are personalized. All were part of the Elten Schiller collection and are backstamped as such. Many have Weisz COA. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005) (image006) (image007) (image008) (image009) (image010)

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S.B. 375.00

SOLD for $ 600.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
154 c imageDoc’s Local Post of owner’s count of approximately 900 event covers mostly from the 1970s in three small boxes in one large carton. Variety of topics including Aviation, Lindberg, Dirigible, Christmas, States, Evil Knievel, Lighthouses, Nudes, Political. Mr. Zip, UFO, Military, Freedom Train, Tin Can Mail etc. Duplication runs slight to moderate. Mainly made in limited quality having numbering on their reverses. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005) (image006) (image007)

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S.B. 350.00

SOLD for $ 290.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
155 FDC imageApproximately three thousand FDC’s running from 1923 to the mid 1980’s. they range from uncatched, addressed to cacheted, unaddressed generally appearing as such early to later. Includes mainly Artcraft catchets but does contain some better. Some duplication which can feature blocks or plate blocks. All nice and clean. (Image)

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S.B. 300.00

SOLD for $ 300.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
156 c imageSeventeen autographed covers from 1941 to 1973. Includes Admiral Nimitz on a USS Arizona 1941 cancelled cover, General Wainwright, Vice President Wallace, Eleanor Roosevelt, Omar Bradley, Douglas MacArthur, and Gordan Cooper, Charles Conrad Jr both on 1965 cover. No COAs as from a period source. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005) (image006) (image007) (image008) (image009) (image010)

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S.B. 300.00

SOLD for $ 500.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
157 c imageIllinois mainly Rural Free Delivery (RFD) assortment from 1884 to 1912. Consists of approximately 75 postcards, postal cards, and commercial covers having roughly 80% from downstate counties. The remaining 20% are from Chicago which are not RFD. An interesting Illinoisan postal history offering. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005) (image006)

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S.B. 250.00

SOLD for $ 170.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
158 c imageThirty-six #855 First and Second Day covers all but two autographed by Major League baseball players. Many stars and the like: Luke Appling, Glenn Beckert, Ernie Banks, etc. All were part of the Elten Schiller collection and are backstamped as such. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005) (image006) (image007) (image008) (image009)

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S.B. 220.00

SOLD for $ 450.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
159 c imageGroup of ten early Ohio postal history covers. Seven are free franks all having something to do with Ohio. Clear and interesting markings. The other three are old folded letters from Butler County (Darr Town) and the Cincinnati area. All ten are webphotoed. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004) (image005)

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S.B. 220.00

SOLD for $ 90.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)
160 c imageAll the cover albums from a small US estate. Nine albums with all the covers that the collector accumulated during his active years. Some old, some 1960s, Some postal stationery, some classics, around a couple hundred to get you attention. Many from the 1870s, some even include the correspondence. One is transcripted. Two groups of souvenir cards counted in the total. Valiant attempt at postal history with just a couple surprises. (Image) (image002) (image003) (image004)

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S.B. 200.00

SOLD for $ 375.00
Closing..May-17, 06:00 PM (EST)

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