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Sam Houston Philatelics Sale - 3063

Mail Sale - April 3, 2019

Sam Houston Philatelics next auction will close on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 1:00 PM, Central Time. The sale contains over 600 lots, with material in all price ranges and something for everyone, collectors and dealers alike. A few of the highlights include the following:
  • UNITED STATES, There are about (90) U.S. lots, with approximately (20) Classics and Banknotes, including a rare 2(B) double transfer variety, nos. 19 & 28A; a few (4) Columbians and early Commemoratives. There are about (20) Washington-Franklins, including a lovely no. 350 coil Guine Line Pair. Also, about (10) 1920 Commemorative and Kansas/Nebraska Overprints; and over (30) 1930 to Date with a large selection graded issues, including a few GEM 100.

  • COVERS, a nice selection of about (45) lots with a few (7) Commercial covers, and mostly (40) FDC covers.

  • AIRMAIL & BACK OF BOOK ISSUES, contains about (25) lots of Airmails and BOB, with a very nice C14 $1.30 Zeppelin; a few Newspaper issues, nice distilled spirits and plate proof lots - interesting selection.

  • ERRORS, FREAKS & ODDITIES, about (20) lots with interesting selections of color varieties and shifts, perforation faults and other types of EFO's, with a beautiful copy of 1906b - imperforate plate no. strip/6 error, and newly discovered error for U584 (energy conservation/development) with ALL colors missing.

  • GENERAL FOREIGN & COLLECTIONS, over (50) lots from a variety of countries, including several PRC, Great Britain and Japanese lots.; along with very nice Argentina and French Africa country collections, and other country and topical collections.

  • AUTOGRAPHS & MISCELLANEOUS, a few lots of miscellaneous and Cinderella items (3). Also, a few autographs (14) with a group of autographs of Nobel Laureates, distinguished Ace Fighter Pilots and a number of entertainers.

  • DUCK STAMPS AND CONSERVATION STAMPS (Federal, Junior & State) contains approximately (380) lots; including (9) collections, covers, licenses and collateral material, (17) Junior Ducks, including artist signed, (43) PNS's, and (120) Federal singles, Mini-sheets (9), Press Sheets (11), Artist Signed (27 Federal & 14 State), Duck EFO's (about 20) to review. Also, about (50) State items, (20) Governor Editions and (30) Conservation and Fishing issues.

Collectors and dealers are welcome to view the lots Monday-Friday (11:00am-5:00pm) by appointment at Sam Houston Philatelics’ retail location at 14780 Memorial Dr., Ste. 110, Houston, TX 77079, on-line at shpauctions.com. Printed catalogs may be obtained from Sam Houston Philatelics, P.O. Box 820087, Houston, TX 77282 or by calling 1-800-231-5926. E-mail requests may be directed to auctions@shpauctions.com.

Prices realized will be posted on both web sites approximately 24 hours after the sale.

Bid with confidence by:

  • Web shpauctions.com or StampAuctionNetwork.com
  • Phone 1-800-231-5926
  • Fax 281-496-1445
  • Mail P.O. Box 820087, Houston, TX 77282

    For more information please contact us at:

    Sam Houston Philatelics
    14780 Memorial Dr Ste #110
    HOUSTON, Texas 77079
    Phone: 281 493 6386
    Fax: 281 496 1445

    To request more information by email. auctions@shpauctions.com

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