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Public Auction #431

Click here for pre-auction bidding, ended February 17, 2017 at 7:00pm (New York time)
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Bids updated February 17, 2017 at 7:18pm (New York time)

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COINS AND CURRENCY — Currency
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
21$Phenomenal original selection of uncirculated mainly United States Silver Certificates that have been in storage in a safe deposit for decades. Includes eleven 1957, 1957B $1.00 of which two are Star notes, five are consecutive serial numbers, two are almost uncirculated and one 1935 D dirty circulated, ten 1934 D $5.00 of which there are one set of four and five consecutive serial numbers, and ten 1953 A $5.00 consecutive serial numbers in a bank band from 1959. Also, includes two uncirculated 1953 United States Notes and 24 $5.00 1953 A of which there are sets of 10, 6, 5, and 3 having consecutive serial numbers. Also, includes a circulated 1923 large $1.00 silver certificate Star note that is torn on its left side having the piece included.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $500.00
22$Fantastic original selection of uncirculated United States Federal Reserve Notes that have been in storage in a safe deposit for decades. Entails unusual 17 1934 D $5.00 in having consecutive serial numbers, and one each $5.00 1934 C $5.00, 1934 C $20.00, and 1934 B $50.00 having slight folds.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $350.00
23$Currency and coin accumulation in a half sized computer paper carton. Consists of five uncirculated 20 dollars US Federal Reserve bills, about 100 worldwide currency having about half heavily spotted and toned from pre-WW I Germany and Russia, and a small assortment of state quarters. Also entails around 100 Warranty deeds mainly from Clark County, Illinois form the early 1960s having Documentary stamps plus miscellaneousCat. Value: S.B. 200
Price Realized: $210.00
24$Three Michigan broken bank currency from Detroit. Consists of one dollar and five dollars 1832 from The State Bank of Michigan both appear slightly circulated and a five dollars 1855 from the Peninsular Bank uncirculated. Three awesome currency notes from the pre-Motor City.Cat. Value: S.B. 75
Price Realized: $160.00
25$Civil War currency selection. Consists of four Confederate States of which two are 20 Dollars, and one each 1 Dollar and 10 Dollars. Also comprise two 50 Dollars of which one is from the Merchants and Planters Bank, Georgia and the other is from the Bank of Columbia, South Carolina. Condition ranges from poor to good so inspection required.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $65.00
COINS AND CURRENCY — Fractional Currency
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
26Friedberg #1257, 10¢ Note Fourth Issue, sound EXF.Cat. Value: S.B. 50
Price Realized: $60.00
27Friedberg #1259, 10¢ Note Fourth Issue, unwatermarked, violet fibers, blue on obverse. Bit of a stain at lower left, mild crease at lower right, F-VF.Cat. Value: S.B. 60
Price Realized: $36.00
28Friedberg #1374, 50¢ Fourth Issue Lincoln, about uncirculated.Cat. Value: S.B. 150
Price Realized: $350.00
29Friedberg #1374, 50¢ Fourth Issue Lincoln, couple minor bends, VF.Cat. Value: S.B. 50
Price Realized: $120.00
POSTAGE — Mint Sheets
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
30**OUTCat. Value: S.B. 0
Price Realized: $0.00
31**Accumulation of mostly older 1¢ to 6¢ mint sheets. Duplication is quite heavy in the lower values. Offer cheap.Cat. Value: Face 1225
Price Realized: $750.00
32**Neat and tidy accumulation of mostly 29¢ to 32¢ along with some high value singles and souvenir sheets.Cat. Value: Face 1055
Price Realized: $650.00
33**Sheets of mostly 29 cents to 37 cents FOR MORE MINT SHEETS SEE THE UNITED STATES SINGLES SECTION STARTING WITH LOT 1055, THEN LOT 1079 AND BEYOND.Cat. Value: Face 650
Price Realized: $400.00
POSTAGE — Postage
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
34*The postage hoard from the Empire estate. Fourteen very heavy cartons stuffed with sheets, plate blocks, plate strips, scrap, etc. This overwhelming mountain of stamps are spread out from the 1930’s to the 1980’s. Spotted within this stockpile are quantities of Famous American’s, Overrun Nations, Presidentials plus others. We did not make an attempt to count so our suggested bid is truly a guess. Prepare to take a couple days to come up with the right number. A gamblers lot if ever there was one. Good luck.Cat. Value: S.B. 2800
Price Realized: $6,500.00
35**A small pile of postage made up of sheets, booklets and scrap with over 70% of the value being in sheets.Cat. Value: Face 2340
Price Realized: $1,350.00
36*All the postage accumulated by a determined collector/ accumulator. Diligently went to the post office ever now and again to purchase the new issues. Begins in around 1972 with plate blocks and ends around 1997 with sheets and year sets. Haphazardly organized leading to some condition problems especially in the water gum earlier issues. Most are still useable for postage with few if any premium sheets. Our count is only estimated making it possible for a collector with a calculator and a couple hours, to get a bargain. Just what you would expect from a post office sourced accumulation.Cat. Value: S.B. 2100
Price Realized: $2,000.00
37***All the postage from a large foreign consignment. Only estimated by us with many items including high values still in the government packaging. All eras from the 1930s through the 1990s. Fills several boxes in our largest carton. A quick estimate of $3,250.00 face is only a guess. Proper counting will yield rewards.Cat. Value: S.B. 1600
Price Realized: $1,900.00
38*A plethora of postage from the Empire estate. Includes sheets, coils, plate blocks and plate strips, booklets and scrap. Most of the value runs from 1¢ to 13¢. Highlights are 11 complete roils of 500 of Scott 1304, and a unopened pad of 100 sheets of the 13¢ Capex Wildlife issue, and a shoe box filled with complete and broken rolls. This lot will test the fortitude of any serious postage counter.Cat. Value: S.B. 1000
Price Realized: $2,300.00
39**Postage as plate blocks and strips, mounted in collections and scrap.Cat. Value: Face 780
Price Realized: $450.00
40**Old plate block accumulation sorted and identified in glassines covering the 2¢ Red era to the 10¢ values. Does include the marginally better items like Parks, Famous Americans. Duplication ranges from digestible to indigestible. Loads of face value that we did not have time to count because of its late arrival.Cat. Value: S.B. 350
Price Realized: $700.00

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