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United States Stamps and Confederate States continued...

U.S. Stamp Collections and Accumulations
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
1136   Collection, 1845-1961. Gorgeous red Oriel album with quadrille pages containing unused and used stamps hinged in place, including unused Nos. 10X1, 3, 4, 30, 208-211, 238-240, 294-299, 300-309, 323-330, 397-404, 630, C1-C6, C13-C15, E1, K1-K18, Q1-Q12, several better used including Nos. 9X1, 1, 2, 12, 17 (6), 27, 28, 29, 30A (3), 36 (6), 37 (3), 39, 39 with magenta "+" cancel, 67, 67a (2), 70, 70b, 75, 83, 84, 95 (3), 99, 100 (3), 101, 115-122, excellent assortment of Bank Notes, 241-245, 260-263, 275-278, 290-292, U.S. Possessions with Canal Zone, Cuba such as E1, Philippines to $5.00, also some C.S.A. with used Nos. 1 (6), 3 (on piece), 5 (2), 8 (red circular datestamp) and 9 (2), some faults especially in the earlier issues, otherwise Fine, a wonderful old-time collection formed by Lieutenant General Leslie Groves, who oversaw U.S. Army construction projects including the building of the Pentagon, he was also in charge of the Manhattan Project

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E. $ 12,000-15,000


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1137 og High Quality Dealer's Stock. Several hundred mostly unused in twelve counter books, plus a few loose, value primarily lies in 1890-1930 issues, including Back-of-Book, many were selected for their centering and/or Jumbo margins, some could potentially receive high grades if certified, many stamps cataloguing $50.00-$350.00, but some definitively higher, such as $2.00 and $3.00 Columbian, and $1.00 Trans-Mississippi, there are a small number regummed or reperforated, but there are many highly saleable Very Fine-Extremely Fine stamps present, careful examination is recommended to properly value this impressive lot, as our estimate may prove too conservative

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E. $ 10,000-15,000


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1138 og Plate Number Singles, Valuable Balance of the Dr. Hinrichs Collection. A few hundred different unused stamps with plate number in the selvage, from the Bank Note period until fairly recent, though the bulk of the value is from 1890 to 1930, not only did Dr. Hinrichs set out to find as many different stamps with plate number as he could, he insisted on having only high quality stamps, in fact nearly every stamp is accompanied by a certificate, including a large number that are P.S.E. graded, the early issues with many 90 or 95 grades (though there are some imperforate Washington-Franklins grading as high as 100J), after 1925 there are several graded 98, and recent issues graded Gem 100, many Mint N.H., overwhelming majority are at least Very Fine and a high percentage Extremely Fine, would make an excellent basis on which to continue Dr. Hinrich's quest for a plate number single collection in the highest quality, and would be equally desirable for a dealer who wishes a large number of different stamps in choice condition

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E. $ 10,000-15,000


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1139   Collection, 1846-1988. In two Scott albums, early issues are a little sparse, picks up in the Bank Note era, including an attractive No. 166 used with P.F. certificate, strength of the collection is 1890 onward which is all unused, Bureau issues to $2.00, including No. 277 with P.F. certificate, good run of Washington-Franklins, including coils and No. 505 error in block of nine, solid run thereafter, decent Back-of-Book with value in Postage Dues, Officials, and a complete set of Offices in China, condition slightly mixed, many of the higher value stamps are Fine-Very Fine, at least 25 certificates accompany

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E. $ 5,000-7,500


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1140 og Unused Collection. In four Safe hingeless albums, starts off with No. 1 (the only used stamp in the collection), with various stamps in the classic period cataloguing hundreds of dollars or more each, Bureau issues to $2.00, and a solid run of Washington-Franklins, Columbian series to $3.00, later Commemoratives complete to 1973 including the Trans-Mississippi, Air Post includes the Graf Zeppelin set and booklets, other Back-of-Book such as Special Deliveries, Postage Dues, Officials, Office in China, and Parcel Posts, mixed condition on the early stamps, including regumming, a couple may have cleaned cancels, the condition improves as the collection goes along, with many Fine-Very Fine and some Mint N.H., overall a useful collection

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E. $ 5,000-7,500


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1141   Collection, 1847-2011. In six Scott National albums, contains unused and used stamps up to about 1920, after that it is nearly all unused, including many Mint N.H., many useful medium priced stamps to be found throughout, including Back-of-Book issues, also a few errors, varieties, covers and unlisted material, condition ranges from stamps with faults to Extremely Fine, the 20th Century containing many Very Fine examples, twelve certificates accompany, including some with high grades

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E. $ 3,000-4,000


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1142   Collection, 19th-20th Century. Two albums and some loose stamps, including unused Nos. 230-239, 243, 244, 299, 323-330, 669-679, C1-C3, C10a, used including Nos. 241-242, 245, also few entires, few Columbian Exposition tickets, mixed condition, some Fine-Very Fine

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E. $ 1,500-2,000


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1143 nh Modern Collection, 1976-2002. In two Lighthouse hingeless albums, just about complete for the period, including the Recalled Legends of the West and other panes, Mint N.H., Fine-Very Fine

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E. $ 400-500


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1144 og 20th Century Unused Accumulation. Over 300 items on stock cards or dealer's sales sheet, mostly singles, but some sets or blocks, actually starts slightly before 20th Century with the 1890 Issue and goes to the 1930s, numerous cataloguing in the $100.00-$500.00 range, with some higher, condition ranges slightly, many Fine-Very Fine, some Extremely Fine, there may be a small number with flaws, but most will be sound and saleable, some duplication, overall a useful group for an internet dealer

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E. $ 5,000-7,500


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1145   19th Century Used Accumulation, 1845-1888. Many dozens on retail cards, many cataloguing hundreds of dollars each, some even higher, such as ten No. 1, two No. 12 and one No. 122, a few covers including No. 1 and 2, some better cancels, a couple varieties including No. 24 Type Va (A.P.S. certificate), somewhat mixed quality, though there are several Fine-Very Fine stamps, overall a useful and saleable lot

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E. $ 3,000-4,000


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1146   Dealer's Stock. Single box of small approval cards, both unused and used stamps ranging from 1851 Issue through early 20th Century, Back-of-Book including Officials (some unused), typical small flaws to be found on some but many sound and attractive stamps present, owner's Scott Retail $24,877.00

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E. $ 2,000-3,000


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