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United States Stamps continued...

Collections and Accumulations
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
1589   Outstanding Balance of Valuable Collection, 1847-1969. In two Heirloom albums, 19th Century mostly unused and contains many stamps cataloguing in the hundreds and thousands of dollars each, although the condition is quite mixed, including stamps with faults and a few cleaned cancels, 20th Century is well-filled, with much Fine-Very Fine, also useful Back-of-Book, one desirable feature is the large number of certificates, 154 in all (28 P.F., 23 P.S.E., 18 A.P.S., and 85 Weiss), the total catalogue value is enormous

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E. $ 10,000-15,000

SOLD for $35,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1590 og Balance of a Major Classic Unused Collection, 1851-1893. Extensive and valuable collection of unused stamps on Scott album pages, 1851 Issue with original gum Nos. 9 and 11, 1857 Issue largely original gum including Nos. 20, 24 (block of four), 25-26, 26A, 30A, 35, 36, 36B and 38, a couple of these are regummed or no gum, 1857 Reprint with Nos. 40 and 42, 1861 Issue includes a couple with original gum and others with no gum or regummed, Nos. 63, 65, 68-69, 73, 75-78 all present, a few E and F Grills, 1861 Re-Issue with original gum No. 102, 1869 Pictorial Issue through the 30c less the 24c (15c Type II only, 6c is used), the 1c-10c are original gum, the others are regummed or no gum, 1875 Pictorial Re-Issue with both 1c and 2c, decent range of Bank Notes including National Nos. 134, 149, 151 and 153, Continental Nos. 156-161, American Issues complete less just a couple and includes Special Printing No. 211B, Small Bank Notes complete, the centering is mostly Fine with some Very Good, small faults to be expected and there are plenty of regummed stamps as mentioned, our estimate takes that into account, overall a desirable collection with many useful stamps, a dozen or so old P.F. certificates accompany, Scott Retail approaches $40,000.00

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E. $ 7,500-10,000

SOLD for $12,000.00
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1591   Valuable 19th Century Collection, 1851-1898. Used and unused stamps in a Scott hingeless album, 1851-57 Issues include Nos. 7, 9, 10A, 12, 17, 20, 24 (o.g.), 28 and 36B (o.g.), 1861 Issue includes Nos. 56, 63, 64 (PFC), 69-70, 72, 73 and 76 with a few of these unused, 1867-68 Grills with Nos. 90, 92, 94, 100-101 with 1c and 3c unused, 1869 Pictorials through the 30c (less 12c) with 1c-3c and 10c unused, also 1869 Pictorial Re-Issue with Nos. 123 and 130 (latter o.g.), strong coverage of the Bank Notes with used Nationals and Continentals and mostly unused beginning with the American Bank Note issues, 1890 Issue complete unused, Columbians complete unused through the $4.00 with all but the $2.00 original gum (disturbed on the other dollar values), 1894-98 Bureaus mostly complete including original gum No. 262, Trans-Mississippi through the 50c with original gum and Pan-Americans, also some back-of-book including E1-E4 and some Postage Dues, mixed condition with flaws to be expected or many more stamps would have made individual lots, overall Fine appearing and valuable collection, several certificates accompany, Scott Retail in excess of $35,000.00

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E. $ 7,500-10,000

SOLD for $10,500.00
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1592   19th & 20th Century Unused and Used Collection. Actually two collections formed by the same collector, at one time they may have been separate unused and used collections, but both albums now have both unused and used stamps, and there is a group of loose material (mainly on auction lot cards) that was never mounted, includes used classics (both albums contain a No. 1 and 2), toward the late 19th Century one album contains more unused, both have complete sets of the Columbian and Trans-Mississippi issues, 20th Century contains useful unused, particularly Washington-Franklins, and an array of Back-of-Book issues, while condition is mixed, many of the better items were purchased at auction and are Fine-Very Fine, with an occasional Extremely Fine stamp, several with certificates, careful viewing is recommended

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E. $ 7,500-10,000

SOLD for $26,000.00
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1593 og Substantial Unused 19th & 20th Century Collection. To the 1950s in two Lighthouse hingeless albums, value is in 19th Century, with many higher cataloguing stamps, several over $1,000.00, 20th Century is well-filled, with Commemoratives and Regular Issues (mainly Washington-Franklins), and useful Back-of-Book, includes original gum, regummed and no gum stamps, mixed condition, 47 (mostly A.P.S.) certificates accompany, majority noting faults to some degree, our estimate takes into account the mixed quality, many stamps were valued at a tiny percentage of their catalogue value, inspection is recommended

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E. $ 5,000-7,500

SOLD for $15,000.00
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1594 og 19th & 20th Century Collection. White Ace album pages of unused stamps, including Nos. 7 (Position 13L2 with cracked plate), 9, 35, 38, 63, 65 single and block of ten, 69, 117, 165-166, 190, 191, 212-217, 219D-229, 230-245, 260, 276, 277, 278, 279-284, 285-292, 294-299, 311, 312, 323-330, 342, 357, 358, 397-403, 421, 422, 479-480, 500, 505, 519, 523-524, 551-573, 658-679, better stamps generally have small faults but appear Fine with a few Very Fine

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E. $ 5,000-7,500

SOLD for $13,000.00
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1595   Well-Represented Collection, 1847-1917. Used and unused stamps on album pages and in envelopes, lots of better Scott numbers including used Nos. 1-2, 30A, 37, 38 (appears unused), 112-122 (1c unused, no gum, extra 6c), unused including Columbians Nos. 230-245 complete plus extra No. 245 used ($3.00 is used and rest of dollar values regummed or no gum), Trans-Mississippi Nos. 285-293 complete with 50c and $2.00 unused, 1894-95 Bureaus used including a $2.00, 1903 Bureaus unused to 50c and used $1.00, mix of early 20th Century mostly unused including Nos. C13-C15 hinged and a handful of Air Post plate blocks including C7-C9, mixed condition especially on the early issues, overall Fine or appear so, Scott Retail well more than $18,000.00

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E. $ 4,000-5,000

SOLD for $6,500.00
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1596   Regular Issues Collection Balance, 1847-1954. In a Lindner hingeless album, early issues mostly used but does contain some better unused, includes 1847 5c and 10c, plus 5c pair on cover, both 1847 Reproductions, 1857 Issue to 90c, and Nos. 20-20-18 strip of three used, 1861-67 Issues contains some shades and grilled stamps to 90c, 1869 Pictorials complete, plus Re-Issues including a rare block of four of 1c (no gum, small faults), and single 15c used and 30c unused, Bureau issues include the $5.00 stamps, Washington-Franklins are a little spotty, but does contain a few better stamps, solid run from 1922 onward, sprinkled in are extras, such as multiples and better cancels on 3c 1861, mixed condition, vast majority with Fine-Very Fine appearance

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E. $ 5,000-7,500

SOLD for $10,000.00
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1597 og Collection, 1847-1964. Red Lighthouse album of mostly unused stamps, few used at beginning including Nos. 1 and 36, unused include Nos. 11A, 63, 65, 73, 217, 230-239, 461, 467 in strip of three with two normal 2c, 480, 630, 658-679, Air Post including Nos. C13-C15 and C18, some other Back-of-Book areas represented, Mint N.H. starts with some of the Columbians, overall fresh and Fine-Very Fine, a far cleaner collection than often encountered, 19 with certificates

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E. $ 4,000-5,000

SOLD for $6,500.00
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1598   Collection of Stamps and Covers. 1845-1930s in an old Rapkin album, starts with No. 1 and 2 on covers, 90c 1860 (cancel likely genuine but with repaired corner), 1869 Pictorials complete plus extra 90c that appears unused, various Bank Notes, turn-of-the-century high values, some 20th Century unused including the Graf Zeppelin set C13-C15, a few Revenues and other Back-of-Book, covers include several 19th Century to Nova Scotia or Canada, and some registered 20th Century to Canada, mixed condition, careful inspection is recommended and will likely prove our estimate to be conservative

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E. $ 3,000-4,000

SOLD for $12,000.00
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1599   Mostly Used Collection, 1847-1938. Mostly used stamps on Harris album pages, better includes 5c 1847, range of 1851-57 Issues up to 12c, 1861 Issues up to 90c less the better shades, few Grills up to 30c, 1869 Pictorial Issue complete to 90c, Bank Notes to 90c, later 19th Century with Mint N.H. 4c Trans-Mississippi plate no. single, 20th Century includes No. 505 in pair with normal 2c stamp, 529a double impression, Back-of-Book with Special Delivery essentially complete, others, mixed condition with flaws to be expected on the better 19th Century, many appear Fine

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E. $ 2,000-3,000

SOLD for $2,500.00
Will close during Public Auction

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