RASDALE STAMP COMPANY Family Owned & Operated Since 1932
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Public Auction #430

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SUPPLIES AND LITERATURE — Supplies and Literature
1All the unused and lightly used supplies from a large consignment. The former owner had expensive tastes so this three carton lot represents a huge capital outlay. Highlights include: eight new three ring leather-like binders and slipcases from Lighthouse and HBK, a new medium sized better stockbook, a handful of unopened black mount strips, and just a few books about stamps that the collector accumulated. Enough other stuff of value to make viewing a rewarding experience. Have a look.Cat. Value: S.B. $100.00
Price Realized: $400.00
2All the literature as received from the consignor in two cartons. Consists of US and foreign large, soft copy books and pamphlets from roughly the 1920s to the 1950s. Includes some often not seen reference material in German for various European countries.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $65.00
3Shanghai 1895 handbook published for Stanley Gibbons in London by W. B. Thornhill. Book is 6” by 9” and at one time appears to have been in a public library. In remarkable condition considering its age.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $42.00
4Great Britain and colonies literature in five small to medium cartons weighting approximately 150 pounds. Consists of hard, soft cover books and pamphlets issued from various periods of the 20th Century. Good representation from Britain Canada, Australia and States as well as areas throughout the Empire. Searching might reveal be that elusive reference material you been looking for.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $170.00
5Five small to medium cartons of general philatelic literature weighting over 100 pounds. Comprises mainly hard, soft cover books, and spiral pamphlets issued for the casual to serious philatelists. Many are informational in nature but others offer helpful knowledge. Viewing a mustCat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $140.00
6Accumulation of books, monographs, and historical volumes from an extensive philatelic specialist’s library in central Ohio. These five small cartons contain around 100 titles many of which are quite scarce. These are "in general" stories, "how to" books, and general information books on the subject of philately. Getting harder and more expensive to find in the marketplace. Should do well in the secondary market as individual items.Cat. Value: S.B. $200.00
Price Realized: $65.00
7All the supplies and literature from a large consignment. The literature relates toward the fields of Machin collecting, aerograms and FDCs, and Framas labels. The supplies are: a stamp press, some approval cards, and around a dozen new and lightly used stockbooks of various sizes. Will fit the needs of a new generation of collectors.Cat. Value: S.B. $150.00
Price Realized: $140.00
8All the supplies and literature from a large consignment. Half supplies and half literature. The best part is an almost complete copy of the 1974 Higgins and Gage handbooks and an 1897 Scott catalog along with some useful plastic sleeves.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $90.00
9Scott Specialty binders and slip cases. All never used to lightly used. Fills three large cartons. Includes: 8 larger three ring type, 6 regular size binders, 5 large slipcases, and three small slip cases. Huge replacement value. All useable, no dogs.Cat. Value: S.B. $100.00
Price Realized: $150.00
10Large carton of new and gently used supplies. Highlights include a two volume empty Duck Stamp collection, first day cover albums, mint glassines, approval cards, stockcards and other implements of collecting. Useful for any collector.Cat. Value: S.B. $100.00
Price Realized: $140.00
11Collector’s personal library of mainly hard cover books and monographs concerning WWII German flying Aces and airplanes of the Third Reich. Many different and hard to assemble in today’s market. Colorful reminders of WWII.Cat. Value: S.B. $50.00
Price Realized: $90.00
12Worldwide literature accumulation from a dedicated philatelist’s library in five small to medium cartons weighting nearly 100 pounds. Three cartons are Great Britain and its colonies and one carton each consists of worldwide and mixed of both. Involves mainly hard, soft cover books, and spiral pamphlets printed during numerous decades of the 20th Century. Could contain some difficult to find information that may be a great source to expand your knowledge of your collecting interests.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $110.00
13Eight cartons of small to medium size having United States literature from a enthusiastic philatelist’s library weighting approximately 150 pounds. Involves mostly hard, soft cover books, and spiral pamphlets printed during numerous decades of the 20th Century. Appears to have a wide range of subjects to increase your knowledge of the varied collecting areas of U.S. material or to spark interests into collecting something new. Checking out a must..Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $180.00
14The Royal Philatelic Collection book by Sir John Wilson in its original slipcase. In excellent condition having only slight wear. Approximately 15”X11”X 3.5." If you like British colonies, a great historical reference.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $375.00
15United States coin accumulation mainly in Whitman folders, wooden box, and biscuit tin. Consists of fourteen circulated Morgan, Peace dollars from 1879 to 1925, an assortment of silver dimes, quarters, and half dollars from 1892 to 1964 and Kennedy 40% silver from 1965-1969. Also comprises a 1988 Proof Silver Eagle in original box. wheat pennies, Liberty, and Buffalo nickels. Of particular interest is a book of Barber halves from 1904 to 1915 averaging ag to good condition which includes better mintmarks of 1905-S and 1913-D. Viewing recommendedCat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $1,050.00
16US coin assortment of silver coins and promotional items. Comprises 20 circulated Morgan Silver Dollars from 1879 to 1921, $11.50 face Barber and Walking Liberty half dollars loose in capsules, and $9.00 face Walking Liberty in a green collection book. Promotional items consist mainly of colorized Silver Eagles and Silver Dollars. Miscellaneous involves mostly Sacagawea, Ike dollars and Liberty Nickels.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $750.00
17Accumulation of United States coins. Consists of nine mint Morgan silver dollars in a cardboard page from 1878 to 1921 and twelve silver half dollars from 1941 to 1964 also in a cardboard page. Also involves a circulated 1834 Bust Half, an assortment of silver mainly mint half dollars from 1937 to 1962 including three 1946 Booker T Washington, Walkers from 1937-1945, Franklins including proofs 1955-56, 1961-6, and five 1976 crisp Bicentennial two dollar bills with stamps.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $800.00
18United States coin assortment. Comprises over 45 proof and mint sets from 1973 to 1994 with some years represented with more than one. Also includes two proof Silver Eagles, a 1990 Eisenhower Prestige Set, three brown and blues Ikes from 1971-72, 1991 Mount Rushmore proof silver dollar, seven proof and mint 1982 Washington silver halves, two Statue of Liberty uncirculated silver dollars, and three 1980 Suzie dollar sets. Of particular interest are two circulated 1889 Morgan silver dollars and a partial 1954 mint set in its original cardboard but missing some coins. A most intriguing selection.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $550.00
19Foreign and United States accumulation. OFFICE PICK UP ONLY. Consists of fourteen circulated Morgan, Peace silver dollars, two 1 ounce .999 silver coins, foreign tourist change having no silver, and around 80 common worldwide currencies. Also includes a framed 22” x 28” New York Tribune newspaper from February 7, 1952 announcing the death of King George VI.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $220.00
20All the metal items found from a large consignment in a medium plastic storage tub. Entails foreign coins in 2 X 2’s in plastic pages (very little silver), medals, tokens, plated souvenir spoons, pinbacks etc. What you see is what you get.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $70.00

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