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Public Auction #433

Pre-auction bidding ended August 18, 2017 at 7:00pm (New York time)
Live auction takes place August 19-20, 2017 at 10:00 am (New York time)
Bids updated August 18, 2017 at 7:36pm (New York time)

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SUPPLIES AND LITERATURE — Supplies
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1Eleven cartons of like new mainly albums, slipcases, binders, and miscellenous supplies from the country club estates. Consists of a variety of makers including Lindner, Scott, and White Ace. Great for expanding your existing countries and then selling the extras.Cat. Value: S.B. 500.00
Price Realized: $200.00
2Twelve heavy cartons of supplies from a large consignment. Brand new in box Lindner items to lightly used glassines and mounts. Anything and everything supply related demanding research and an in person look. Will fill your needs for a long time.Cat. Value: S.B. 300.00
Price Realized: $375.00
3Thirty-nine unused, many brand new, expensive stockbooks in three heavy cartons. All are from famous German makers with high original cost. Easily marketable individually to collectors.Cat. Value: S.B. 300.00
Price Realized: $600.00
4Two full cartons of ten unused, almost mint expensive albums. Includes: eight Palo, one White Ace, and one Davo each in its own slipcase. Easily marketed by country. Offered at a fraction of replacement.Cat. Value: S.B. 200.00
Price Realized: $180.00
5Ten cartons of never used mainly albums, slipcases, binders, supplements and plus miscelleneous supplies from the country club estate. Comprises of a variety of makers including Lindner, Scott, and White Ace. Fantastic offering for resale or adding to your ever-expanding collection.Cat. Value: S.B. 150.00
Price Realized: $180.00
6Eight heavy cartons of used and new supplies from the country club estate. Albums, binders, supplements, glassines and mounts are all included. Still plenty of value for the small dealer as there are dozens of useful parts.Cat. Value: S.B. 120.00
Price Realized: $375.00
7Large carton filled with open packs of various mounts from various makers. Includes Crystal mounts, black strip mounts, and a few other supplies. Most have been used. Mixed condition needing inspection.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Price Realized: $300.00
8Three cartons of supplies from a small consignment. Best parts are twelve boxes of 2x2s for coins, a dozen or so aged bags of cover sleeves, a stockbook or two (one expensive one), lists, check lists, and copies of precancels and perfin catalogs. And all the other expensive to replace stuff that fit the category. Every US coin and stamp collectors could use a lot like this.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Price Realized: $190.00
9End of the line from the country club estate consisting of six cartons of supplies. Includes binder, albums without pages, some mounts, and miscellany. Viewing needed.Cat. Value: S.B. 75.00
Price Realized: $210.00
10Supplies four cartons filled with supplies. Condition ranges from unopened to barely used/like new. Includes topical albums with pages, stockbooks, glassine dividers, blank pages for Scott and Minkus, sheet file folders, etc.. Offered cheaply.Cat. Value: S.B. 50.00
Price Realized: $160.00
SUPPLIES AND LITERATURE — Literature
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11Three full heavy cartons of barely used general collectors reference books. Over three dozen individual items some with specialist value. An in person look is the best way to see the value and make an informed bid.Cat. Value: S.B. 220.00
Price Realized: $95.00
12Small but valuable China literature group. Five books: Ma's Illustrated Catalogue, June 1947, first edition, lightly used; The Rare Stamps of China, 1972, Weichoy Kan; The Shanghai Postal System, Dougan, 1981, The Postal System of the Chinese Treaty Ports, Livingston, along with Postage Stamp Catalogue of the People's Republic of China 1949-1980, People's Posts and Telecommunications, 1980. Rare and difficult to duplicate.Cat. Value: S.B. 150.00
Price Realized: $70.00
13Sports, space and political magazines and baseball books from the 1970s to 2000s weighting approximately 150 pounds. Coists of three cartons of over 150 magazines and and one carton having only seven copies of 2004 “Play Baseball the Ripken Way” signed by Cal Ripken and his brother Bill.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Price Realized: $36.00
14Five full heavy cartons of "space" related literature. Dozens of hardly opened hard cover books. Plus kid books, collectable books, and even some coloring books. Almost all is related to space and the exploration of the final frontier. Excellent condition, good reading, and donation able after marketing and processing.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Price Realized: $40.00
15Accumulation of well over a hundred titles. Ranges from definitive works to catalogs to pamphlets. Some duplication and condition runs from like new to serviceable.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Price Realized: $550.00
16Five cartons of mainly United States literature and supplies weighting roughly 250 pounds. One carton consists of new stockpages and binders, one containing 2016 used Scott catalogs, and the remaining three cartons are various genres of catalogs. Pound for pound a great value.Cat. Value: S.B. 0.00
Price Realized: $300.00
17All the literature from a large consignment in one carton. Involves a three-volume like new United States Postage Stamps of the 19th Century by Brookman from 1966, six different Mellone catalogs plus interesting miscellany.Cat. Value: S.B. 0.00
Price Realized: $100.00
18Three oversized cartons of United Nations literature from the 1980s to 2000s as received from the consignor weighting around 150 pounds. Includes “The Journal of the United Nations Philatelists, Inc. OFFICE PICK UP ONLY.Cat. Value: S.B. 0.00
Price Realized: $10.00
COINS AND CURRENCY — Coins
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19Accumulation of United States mainly medals in two cartons. Highlights include 23 Space medals in a frame which appears to be sterling silver but are not marked and selling them “as is.” Also includes several dozen mostly 3” brass or bronze appearing to be both US Mint and other products having various themes including military and space with many still in their original boxes from the past twenty years or so. Likewise includes promotional coin sets and around 175 worldwide demonetized currency in plastic pages from the 1980s to 1990s as well as miscellany. Digging might be fun.Cat. Value: S.B. 0.00
Price Realized: $550.00
20United States coin assortment in a medium box. Comprises promotional items in fancy boxes including four circulated common Peace dollars, $2.50 face circulated Walking Liberty half dollars, a polished complete set of silver war nickels, two each 2007, 2011 Proof Sets, and six sterling medals plus miscellany.Cat. Value: S.B. 0.00
Price Realized: $700.00
COINS AND CURRENCY — Currency
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21Phenomenal assortment of mainly different Military Payment Certificates (MPC) from the 1940s to 1960s in a binder. Over thirty notes including a Series 691 $1.00 Second Printing graded 58 Choice About Unc. Also includes ten Columbian Expo tickets as well as several interesting American ephemera items. Check it out.Cat. Value: S.B. 0.00
Price Realized: $650.00
22The Corn Exchange Bank from the Waupun, Wisconsin 1850s to 1860s. Uncut sheet of $1-$2-$3-$5 notes. Unissued Remainder in what appears to be in uncirculated condition. This sheet has some soiling from handling or age. Imprinted by of the American Bank Note Co. New YorkCat. Value: S.B. 0.00
Price Realized: $150.00
23Canal Bank of New Orleans uncut sheet of four $10.00 notes. Unissued and appears to be in uncirculated condition. This sheet has some soiling from handling and age. Imprinted by the National Bank Note Company.Cat. Value: S.B. 0.00
Price Realized: $50.00
24United States uncut sheet of 32 one dollar Series 1999. As received in its original Bureau of Engraving and Printing shipping tube.Cat. Value: S.B. 0.00
Price Realized: $110.00
COINS AND CURRENCY — Silver Stamps
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
25USPS sold 24 EGP .999 silver stamps in original box from 2002. Consists of 25 in various sizes and weightsCat. Value: S.B. 0.00
Price Realized: $250.00
POSTAGE — Sheets
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
26US sheets face lot filling a bankers box with well counted sheets. Ranges from 3 cents up past 25 cents. In collectable and useable condition. Owner's accurate face value of $6,246.53 counted and listed by numbered sheet file. Recount if you must. Easy to figure.Cat. Value: FACE 6200.00
Price Realized: $3,000.00
27US face mainly scrap lot filling a bankers box with well counted multiples and sheets. Ranges from one cent through $13.65 face. In collectable and useable condition. Lots of self adhesive. No Forever. Owner's accurate face value of $5,959.17 is counted and listed by denomination in large glassines. Recount if you must. Easy to figure with the enclosed list.Cat. Value: FACE 5950.00
Price Realized: $2,900.00
28US sheets face lot filling two small magazine caddies with well counted sheets. Mainly self adhesive mini sheets from 32 cents - 44 cents. Ranges from 1 cent up to $10.75. In collectable and useable condition. Owner's accurate face value of $3,199.48 counted and listed by denomination. Recount if you must. Easy, compact lot to figure.Cat. Value: FACE 3199.00
Price Realized: $2,100.00
29A tidy accumulation of booklets from 32 cents to 55 cents.Cat. Value: FACE 2355.00
Price Realized: $1,400.00
30Accumulation of mint sheets, mostly 8¢ to 15¢ values.Cat. Value: FACE 1469.00
Price Realized: $800.00
31An impressive 1920s to 1930s commemorative and airmail mint sheet accumulation. Mentionable #’s are 617-619, 627-629, 639, 643-645, 646 x2, 647 x2, 648, 649-650, 654 x2, 655, 657, 680-683, 688-690, 712, 171-719, 724-7229. 740-749, C8, C25-C31. Usual minor margin problems here and there, 629 with telescoping perfs, centering ranges from Fair-Fine to F-VF. A must have for the serious sheet collector.Cat. Value: FACE 1400.00
Price Realized: $1,600.00
POSTAGE — Postage
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32Two full bankers boxes packed with collectable and/or usable postage all counted into individual groups. Ranges from low face to Forevers, sheets to scrap, lick 'em stick 'em to self adhesive. Unsorted. Huge over $7,000.00 (owner's deliberate count) face value offered reasonably. Will serve ones needs for a long time.Cat. Value: FACE 7780.00
Price Realized: $3,750.00
33A humongous face lot that includes loads of sheets and uncounted scrap. Warning the count is a little light. Patience and a fresh new set of batteries required.Cat. Value: FACE 5500.00
Price Realized: $3,500.00
34A humongous face lot that includes loads of sheets and uncounted scrap. Warning the count is a little light. Patience and a fresh new set of batteries required.Cat. Value: FACE 5500.00
Price Realized: $2,700.00
35A humongous face lot that includes loads of sheets and uncounted scrap. Warning the count is a little light. Patience and a fresh new set of batteries required.Cat. Value: FACE 5355.00
Price Realized: $2,700.00
36A humongous face lot that includes loads of sheets and uncounted scrap. Warning the count is a little light. Patience and a fresh new set of batteries required.Cat. Value: FACE 5330.00
Price Realized: $2,800.00
37A medium size respected face lot that includes loads of sheets and uncounted scrap. Warning the count is a little light. Patience and a fresh new set of batteries required.Cat. Value: FACE 5310.00
Price Realized: $2,700.00
38A gigantic face lot that includes loads of sheets and uncounted scrap. Warning the count is a little light. Patience and a fresh set of batteries required.Cat. Value: FACE 5275.00
Price Realized: $2,700.00
39A humongous face lot that includes loads of sheets and uncounted scrap. Warning the count is a little light. Patience and a fresh new set of batteries required.Cat. Value: FACE 5275.00
Price Realized: $2,600.00
40A medium size bulbous face lot that includes loads of sheets and uncounted scrap. Warning the count is a little light. Patience and a fresh new set of batteries required.Cat. Value: FACE 5250.00
Price Realized: $2,600.00
41A adventuresome face lot that includes loads of sheets and uncounted scrap. Warning the count is a little light. Patience and a fresh new set of batteries required.Cat. Value: FACE 5250.00
Price Realized: $2,600.00
42Good mixture of booklets, self-adhesive panes, and Forever stamps. The count is light so will need to count it.Cat. Value: FACE 5160.00
Price Realized: $2,400.00
43A humongous face lot that includes loads of sheets and uncounted scrap. Warning the count is a little light. Patience and a fresh new set of batteries required.Cat. Value: FACE 5160.00
Price Realized: $2,400.00
44A humongous face lot that includes loads of sheets and uncounted scrap. Warning the count is a little light. Patience and a fresh new set of batteries required.Cat. Value: FACE 5135.00
Price Realized: $2,400.00
45A luxurious high value postage group. $1.00 values and above. Great for a high capacity shipper.Cat. Value: FACE 4516.00
Price Realized: $3,250.00
46High value face accumulation. $1.00 to $13.65 issues.Cat. Value: FACE 4000.00
Price Realized: $2,900.00
47A humongous face lot that includes loads of sheets and uncounted scrap. Warning the count is a little light. Patience and a fresh new set of batteries required.Cat. Value: FACE 2810.00
Price Realized: $1,450.00
48Accumulation of mainly 22¢ to 37¢ booklets.Cat. Value: FACE 1270.00
Price Realized: $750.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Autographs
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
49Before there was a Football hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, Stark county, Ohio was known as the "Cradle of Professional Football". On Wednesday, January 30, 1952 a testimonial dinner was held in the Ballroom of the Hotel Onesto to honor professional football player and "The Greatest Athlete of Our Time" Jim Thorpe. Here is one of a pair of tickets to this dinner attended by a man and his son. Both tickets were autographed by Jim Thorpe and attested to by Mr. H. O. Cain attendee. Rare piece of Ohio, Football, Olympic, and all around sports memorabilia.Cat. Value: S.B. 600.00
Price Realized: $350.00
50George Washington Carver autograph provided to a collector in 1942 by L. J. Harris, secretary to the president of Tuskegee Institute in Alabama,.Dr.. Patterson. It is attached to the bottom of a signed letter on "Office of the President" "Tuskegee Institute" stationery. Bold legible, historically significant piece of African American Heritage not often seen.Cat. Value: S.B. 220.00
Price Realized: $110.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Cinderellas
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
51Judaica cinderellas, over 1,000, moderately filling a large stockbook. From all eras during the formation of Israel to more modern times. Duplication. Saved over many years, so sleepers are not out of the question. Will really dress up an Israel collection and add to its value.Cat. Value: S.B. 300.00
Price Realized: $325.00
52A worldwide selection of labels, cinderellas and revenues roughly from 1904 to the 1950s. Includes a shoe box filled with hundreds on 107 sales cards and sheets in plastic pages. Austria, Germany, France and Latin America are some of this offering.Cat. Value: S.B. 200.00
Price Realized: $180.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Comic Books
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53A huge and very heavy assortment of over 1500 Modern Age DC comics featuring all your childhood favorites. Buy this lot and you will have a well stocked Comic-Con library. Shipping weight is 350 lbs. plus. Call or email for a FedEx rate quote.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Price Realized: $270.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Ephemera
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
54Neat original Maud Humphrey chromolithograph 1898 6 print calendar as received. In excellent condition considering its age.Cat. Value: S.B. 250.00
Price Realized: $16.00
55All the breakable glassware from a large space related consignment. Fills one heavy tub and four equally heavy cartons. Most are space related "brick a brack" of limited value. Perfect for display by any space collector. OFFICE PICK UP ONLY. BREAKABLE. NO SHIPPING AVALIABLE.Cat. Value: S.B. 150.00
Price Realized: $210.00

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56Seven cartons of ephemera as received from the consignor mainly from the 1950s to 1990s. Two cartons are mostly Life magazines, two mas grande cartons contain tubes of space posters as well as other posters loose or in cardboard mailers having various themes. Offered appropriately for the person who needs to decorate a man or stamp cave.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Price Realized: $70.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Framed Stamp Art
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57Pan American cover (?) in a sealed, matted and framed display. Postmarked Buffalo, New York, July 23, 1901. Interesting one color Pan American Hemisphere cachet. Perfect for stamp room or office.Cat. Value: S.B. 40.00
Price Realized: $20.00
58Pan American cover (?) in a sealed, matted and framed display. Postmarked Buffalo, New York, December 15, 1899. Interesting three color Pan American Hemisphere cachet. Perfect for stamp room or office.Cat. Value: S.B. 40.00
Price Realized: $16.00
59Pan American cover (?) in a sealed, matted and framed display. Postmarked Buffalo, New York, 1899 using the 1901 flag Expo cancel. Interesting multi color Pan American Buffalo tipping his top hat cachet. Perfect for stamp room or office.Cat. Value: S.B. 40.00
Price Realized: $42.00
60(O114) block of 50 (?) in a sealed, matted and framed display. Cataloged by us as the cheapest type. Complete with its plate block of 12. Pale shade or wash out by long hours in fluorescent lighting. Perfect for stamp room or office.Cat. Value: S.B. 40.00
Price Realized: $60.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Germany
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61German Telegrams, the large ornate ones from Coach's Third Reich holding. 24 in all with a few duplicates. Also includes a large telegram envelope and two small size telegram mailed envelopes. A few outstanding pieces make this lot a bargain at our suggested bid. Better than usual , but handled with a few pencil markings, condition. All are webphotoed.Cat. Value: S.B. 750.00
Price Realized: $475.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Germany 1936 Olympics
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62Germany two 1936 Olympics awesome “like new” menus from the Hamburg America Line. Involves one from the S S Reliance and the other from the M S Milwaukee. Just looking at these menus will make your mouth water. Some fine eating here.Cat. Value: S.B. 200.00
Price Realized: $85.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Hot Wheels
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63Collection of 570 different Hot Wheels from the late 1990’s to 2001 with a handful of later. All in their original bubble packages. Good profit potential.Cat. Value: S.B. 350.00
Price Realized: $160.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Military
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64Assortment of Military items as received from the consignor. Includes a Civil War flask made by W. T. Fry New York, buttons from an unidentified soldier killed at the Battle of Carrick’s Ford West Virginia, 1861, various other buttons from the Civil War French and Indian War etc. and an Alabama State Button Post Civil War, and, even dug cartridges from Indian War 1880s. We are not experts on these items and selling them “as is”.Cat. Value: S.B. 0.00
Price Realized: $180.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Sport Memorabilia
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding
65World Series 1928 Official Score Program for Cardinals vs Yankees at Sportsman’s Park. Program was used with scoring information, stains, small tears, and several pages have been loose in the middle after separation from the staples. In remarkable condition for its age having many period advertising and information about the players.Cat. Value: S.B. 150.00
Price Realized: $100.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — St Louis World's Fair
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66Small carton of St Louis World's Fair 1904 items. Ten period pieces in less than stellar condition and two modern soft cover books. Problems include bent pages, torn covers, no medals in the two medal boxes, foxing, toning and everything that you would expect from being carried around on the fairgrounds. Plenty of value remains for the conservator of such material to rescue and cherish.Cat. Value: S.B. 60.00
Price Realized: $46.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Topicals
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67The ultimate in Olympic collectibles. A 1936 Hitler presentation book for the Berlin Olympics showing limited edition photographs (16) from many venues. Inside the front cover are two pages of actual signatures from many of the medaling athletes. Includes: Jesse Owens, Cornelius Johnson, Jack Medica, Ken Carpenter, Helen Stephens, and over 25 others from all over the world. Coach liked to tell the story that Hitler had had these made up just for the German signatures, but every athlete "just walked up and signed the records to be included in the book". Great story, better Olympic autographs. Some cover problems with a loose emblem and severed leather strap. But all parts are here and original. Please examine with care.Cat. Value: S.B. 1250.00
Price Realized: $1,100.00
MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTABLES — Toys
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68Collectable toys in 20 cartons. Over 85 WWII German soldiers and other Nazis done to realistic detail by Dragon collectibles of Hong Kong and later china. All are the 1/6th scale models perfect in details down to the buttons on their uniforms. High capital outlay to secure these limited edition WWII collectibles. Great eBay sellers from $30-$200 each. All 85+ are different in original factory boxes and have NEVER been played with or displayed. Every one has its detail laden accessories. Not at all politically correct with many evil looking dudes included. Realistic weaponry to scale. Declaimers on the box "for historical use only" "age 14 and up". We would think that these are for the serious adult WWII history buff looking for realistic display. Downright creepy in every detail. Priced low enough to interest the history buff and the eBay merchant at the same time.Cat. Value: S.B. 1200.00
Price Realized: $1,200.00
69Collectable toys in 15 cartons. Most are space themed with limited edition high retail down to dollar store space tributes. Hundreds of different items for the flea marketer and eBayer along with plenty for your children and grandchildren. Substantial capital is tied up in these, but most have limited secondary market appeal. Cheap enough to interest many buyers. Blast off!!Cat. Value: S.B. 250.00
Price Realized: $75.00
70Stereoscopic viewers and a couple hundred cards from the turn of the last century. One of the two viewers is in excellent condition, while the other needs some work. The cards are in expected condition with many interesting varieties. Representative antique group.Cat. Value: S.B. 150.00
Price Realized: $230.00
71Russian nested dolls (matryoshkas) in a small carton. Six different, five nested, one with music chimes. The cats are extremely interesting and seemingly old and antique. The three newer ones; each has Russian makers marks on the bottom. All six for one bid.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Price Realized: $110.00
72Roy Rogers and Dale Evans collectables in two cartons. Highlights include: a 1984 FDC with autographs of both, 1943 Life Magazine, plus many other items mostly filling two small cartons. Offered to appeal to the cowboy in each of us.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Price Realized: $75.00
73Just over 15 unboxed toys on display in our gallery from a large toy consignment. Includes G. I. Joe size examples of Obama, G. W. Bush, Saddam, Osama, Putin, etc. Along with a few astronaut and other male figures. As is As found. NO SHIPPING. OFFICE PICK UP ONLY. In you box it and take it condition. With and without original boxes. AS shown.Cat. Value: S.B. 100.00
Price Realized: $20.00
PICTURE POSTCARDS — United States
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74Collection with about 920 Art Deco picture post cards in three binders. Organized by state (including an inventory), with Chicago and New York City being the heavy hitters. Also several from both the Chicago and New York World Fair. Attractive lot, viewing recommended.Cat. Value: S.B. 600.00
Price Realized: $350.00
75United States postcards from roughly WW I to WW II in plastic pages. Around 350 military cards both Army and Navy including ships having a good variety for this genre. Viewing recommended to thoroughly enjoy this offering.Cat. Value: S.B. 350.00
Price Realized: $375.00

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76United States accumulation from 1908 to 1980 in one carton as received from the consignor. Over 700 postcards and covers having many with Indiana towns cancels of which roughly 85% are postcards About 15% of the cards have Christmas Seals with many tied from 1908 to the 1960s. Postcards consist of buildings, streets, scenes, holidays, greeting etc. About 10% of this assortment has machine cancels either on postcards or covers. Inspection necessary as condition could be an issue of some material but still a fascinating holding.Cat. Value: S.B. 350.00
Price Realized: $325.00

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77United States awesome selection from the Coach’s collection on postcard pages in a Safe binder. Around 100 “Golden Age” unused and used postcards including Santa, Christmas, New Year, Thanksgiving, Abraham Lincoln, St Patrick’s Day etc. An enjoyable offering that you will bring a smile to your face.Cat. Value: S.B. 270.00
Price Realized: $210.00
PICTURE POSTCARDS — United States and General Foreign
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78All the postcards as received in seven cartons. Thousands and thousands of mainly unused postcards so tightly packed it is difficult to count from the early 1900s to 1990s. Includes Golden Era from Germany and linens from the United States but mostly United States modern cards for aviation and ships as the collector had a passion for these genres. Well worth your time to view.Cat. Value: S.B. 550.00
Price Realized: $550.00
PICTURE POSTCARDS — Germany
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79Germany study of "Adolf Hitler's rise to power" 1913-1933 from Coach's extensive Third Reich group in a sparkling Safe album. Uses 70 propaganda picture post cards, oversize blown up magazine pictures, and other ancillary materials to tell the story. Masterfully constructed with rare cards and pieces. Highlights include two different PPCs from Nurnberg "Parteitag der Nationalsozialisten" 1929 (Offizielle Nr.1 and Nr.2). The cards range from common to extremely scarce, so viewing for condition is important. See the webphotos.Cat. Value: S.B. 1000.00
Price Realized: $1,200.00

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80Germany propaganda and private mailing cards circa 1936-1937 in two custom organized, clean Safe Albums. Over 130 in all with a fairly complete assortment of these cards. Runs the gamut from common to very scarce. Mixed mint and used. Some duplication. Needs a long up close and personal viewing to come up with the right bid. Low reserve to encourage many bidders.Cat. Value: S.B. 950.00
Price Realized: $1,000.00

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81Germany study of "world War I" 1914-1916 from Coach's extensive Germany collection in a sparkling Safe album. Includes: 111 mainly propaganda cards, all selected for their various themes that would lead to the rise of Nazi Germany. Themes include: royalty, military leaders, workers, propaganda, veterans, the Red Cross, children, and battle scenes. Colorful and in better than usual condition. Each one carefully selected to tell part of the story.Cat. Value: S.B. 900.00
Price Realized: $550.00

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82Germany Propaganda PPCs (59) in a clean ready to display safe Dual album. From Coach's extensive Third Reich collection carefully chosen to Illustrate the rise of Nationalism and Hitler's assumption of power 1924-1932. Some of these cards are common. Most are not. A few are exceedingly scarce so viewing either in person or webphoto is necessary to prove the value.Cat. Value: S.B. 650.00
Price Realized: $1,000.00
COLLECTIONS, ACCUMULATIONS, AND STOCKS — United States
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83An exhausting far reaching two volume mint and used 1847-1964 collection in Lighthouse hingeless albums stored in slip cases from the Country Club estate. The powerful mint selection includes #’s 38 ng, 39 og, 63 x2 both og, one w/ certificate, 72 rg, 91 ng, 92 og, 95 og, 100 ng, 133a w/ certificate, 166 og?, 89 og, 216 NH, 219 og, with photo certificate, 29 w/ photocopy of a cert, when it was the upper right of a block, 230-245, (242 w/ certificate), 260-261A, 275-278 (276-276A, 278 w/ certificate), 285-293, 294-299, 300-313, (309 w/ certificate, 310 with a photocopy of a certificate when it was the center stamp of a strip of 3, 312 w/ certificate) 331-342 (342 w/ certificate), 357-359, (359 w/ photo certificate), 362 w/ certificate, 364-366, (364-365 w/ certs., 366 w/ photo copy of a certificate when it was the lower right stamp), 369, 374-382, 394397-404, 414-421 (419, 421 w/ certs.) 422-423, 439-440, 459 single, 461, 477-480 (477 with photo certificate, 479 w/ certificate when it was the lower left stampCat. Value: S.B. 12000.00
Price Realized: $25,500.00

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84An impressive three volume mostly mint 19th and 20th century front and back of the book collection from the Country Club estate housed in Scott Platinum hingless albums with slip cases. Loads of medium to higher values spread throughout this power laced assembly. The early material is mainly used which includes #’s 1-2, 7, 13-16, 19-20, 22, 27-28, 30A, 31-33, 67 x3 shades, 71-72, 78, 85, 85B, 86, 91-92, 95, 95a, 96-98, 100-101, 112-122, 154-155, 166, 182-191, 218, 275-278, 311-313. The better balanced mint #’s are 3, 30A , 38-39, 40 with certificate, 70-72, 45-76, 90, 99, 153, 155, 157, 211, 212-217, 216-229, 230-236, 238-245, 264-275, 285-290, 293, 300-310, 312-313, 331-341, 369, 374-382, 397-403, 414-421, 423 with certificate, 424-437, 439-440, 461, 467, 462//471, 479-480, 498-518, 523-524, 547, 533-573, 599A line pair, 630, 685-679, C1-C6, C13-C15, E1-E3, E5, Q1-Q12, JQ1-JQ5, K1//K18, RW1//RW33. Condition is mixed, however many Fine or better copied abound. Take your time with this one, as a patient minerCat. Value: S.B. 7500.00
Price Realized: $18,500.00

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85Incredible mostly used accumulation assembled in five stockbooks identified and priced with some misidentification. Used higlights include #37x4, 67, 70a x7, 75, 78 x4, 121 w/certificate, 191 x3ea, R43a w/certificate This type of assemblage does not come around that often, and is going to make someone a nice profit.Cat. Value: S.B. 7000.00
Price Realized: $5,000.00
86Small accumulation of ninety-six 1851/1870 proofs. Mostly P4’s with a few P3’s sprinkled in. Some duplication, condition is mixed with most very fresh appearing and nicely centered.Cat. Value: S.B. 6935.00
Price Realized: $1,800.00

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87An enormous 1847-2015 mint and used collection housed in fifteen beautiful Marini hingeless albums with slip cases from the Country Club estate. Appears virtually complete from 1938 to 2015 minus the very expensive items while including scattered to full populations of the pre-Columbian issues, then gets pretty serious with the early commemoratives, Washington-Franklins, airmails, and fair groupings of Special Deliveries, Postage Dues, a bit of Officials and Confederate States. Used items include #’s 1, 12, 15, 29, 32, 70-72,75, 85, 90, 101, 112-122, 145-155, 156//166, 182-191, 523. Mint #’s are 24, 26, 117, 137?, 141?, 229, 30-243, 245, 276-278, 285-293, 323-327, 328-330, 341, 357-358, 369, 388-400A, 419, 421, 524, 551-573, 578-579, 581-591, 630 NH, 658-679, C1-C6, C13-C15, O93 x2. Duplication in certain areas exist and the condition is quite mixed as you will find many Fine or better copies.Cat. Value: S.B. 4000.00
Price Realized: $8,500.00

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88A rewarding three volume 1848-1995 mint and used collection assembled in like new Lighthouse Hingless albums with slip cases from the Country Club estate. Moderately populated until the Columbians then gets a little busier with a decent scattering of Washington-Franklins and then well defined up to the modern. Airmail are missing the 1930 Zepps., and the rest of the B.O.B. is very light. The early used are #’s 1, 12, 14-15, 17, 20, 29, 30-30A, 67, 70-72, 75-76, 83, 89-90, 92, 95, 97-100, 112-122, 145-155, 162-166, 191, 217-218, 244, 278, 292, 311-312. The momentous mint are #’s 30A, 211, 200//229, 241-243, 245, 260 with certificate, 277, 310, 341, 397-400, 421-422, 454 NH line pair, 480, 500, 498//518, 523, 547, 599A NH pair, 630, 658-679, C1-C6, E2-E7, J6, J19-J20, both NH,. Condition is mixed but a careful hunter will spot some nice items.Cat. Value: S.B. 3750.00
Price Realized: $6,000.00

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89A serious 19th and 20th century front and B.O.B. mint and used collection in three very clean Lighthouse hingeless albums with slip cases from the Country Club estate. The pre-Banknotes are a little light but then starts to pick up with a full array of early commemoratives and regular issues, airmails, some BOB with a nice selection of Federal Ducks. The used section includes #’s 1-2, 12, 15, 17, 30A, 33, 37, 67, 70-72, 76, 78, 85-86, 89-90, 95-100, 112//122, 133, 134-135, 138, 145-155, 156-166, 182-191, 212-218, 241-242, 245, 293, 311-313. The mint grouping includes #’s 243-244, 292, 323-327, 328-330, 341, 369, 397-401, 422, 454 NH pair, 461, 505, 578-579, 630, 658-679, C13-C15, E3, E9, RW1-RW24. Condition is mixed with many worthwhile items to be plucked from the vine.Cat. Value: S.B. 3500.00
Price Realized: $9,000.00
90(C1//C31) Accumulation mint airmails. Better include C1 x4, C3 x4, C4 x12, C5-C6, C18 x4. Condition is mixed.Cat. Value: Catalog 3045.00
Price Realized: $300.00

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91A happy go lucky 1845-2002 mint and used collection in eight brand new Schaubek hingless albums with slip cases. There are pockets of medium to higher values scattered in various 19th and 20th century. Mentionable mint are #’s 30 with certificate, 67 (clipped perfs), 70-71, 75-76, 78, 90, 112-121, 153-155, 166, 191, 217-218, 242 with certificate, 243-245, 263 with certificate, 276A, 278, 293, 311-313, 285-290, 294-299, 323-327, 328-330 331-340, 342, 397-400, 401-404, 479 with certificate, 498//518, C1-C6, C13-C15 Q12, JQ4 NH with certificate, PR102. Useful used are #’s 9X1, 13 with certificate, 17, 18, 72 (shaved down and reperfed proof), 230-241, 276, 277. 285-290, 294-299, 323-327, 328-330 331-340, 342, 397-400, 401-404, 479, 498//518, C1-C6, C13-C15, NH C18 plate block, Q12, JQ4 NH with certificate, PR102. Condition varies quite a bit so view carefully for those that can be mined.Cat. Value: S.B. 3000.00
Price Realized: $4,250.00

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92A muddled 1847-1992 mint and used collection in five neat and clean Lindner hingeless albums housed in slip cases from the Country Club estate. Scattered pockets of material are spread throughout this sometimes-messy assembly with some duplication. Used are #’s 1-2, 15, 17, 28, 30-30A, 32-33, 37-38, 70-72, 75-76, 77, 78 x2, 112-121, 138, 155, 156-166, 191, 218, 241-242, 523. Mint spotted are #’s 17 ng, 30A rg, 243-245, 277-278, 285-293, 294-299, 310, 323-327, 328-330, 331-341, 397-404, 479-480, 551-573, 599A single with a certificate, 630 NH, C1-C5, C13-C15, C18. Condition is mixed but after careful shifting you are assured to find a few diamonds in the rough.Cat. Value: S.B. 3000.00
Price Realized: $7,000.00

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93An outstanding mostly all mint old time collection in two Scott albums. Mostly used up to the 1882 Banknotes then turns mint which includes numerous certificates, many being NH. The noteworthy mint items are #’s 186, 207-208, 210, 211 with PFC, 215, 219-223, 224 with PFC, 225-226, 227 with PFC, 228, 230-238, 248, (249-254) all six with PFC’s, with PFC, 254, 256, 257 with PFC, 259 with PFC, 264-274, 275 with PFC, 276A with PFC, 281 with PFC, 284, 285-290, 294-299, 300-310, 323-326, 327 with PFC, 328-329, 330 with PFC, 331-340, 353 single with PFC, 369, 374-379, 397-400, 407 with PFC, 414-420, 424-435, 450 single with PFC, 461, 462-467, 480, 501-514, 515 with PFC, 516-518, 540-541, 551-571, 572 x2, 573 x2, 578 with PFC, 579, 581-591, 630, 658-579, 803-834, 1053 x4, C1 x4, (one with a PFC), C2-C6, C10a, C13-C15, C18 x2, Q1-Q10. The useful used #’s are 78, 154-155, and 191. There is also an impressive batch of Farleys and a small box of duplicates and future additions to be mounted of little consequence. The cCat. Value: S.B. 2800.00
Price Realized: $6,500.00

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94A surprising mostly all mint 1851-1999 collection. Includes a skimpy pre-1893 issues, a scattering of Washington-Franklins, well represented commemoratives, appropriate amounts of airmails, Back of the Book especially officials, and postage types. Noteworthy #’s are 230-245, 285-293, 294-299, 305-309, 323-327, 328-330, 397-404, 414-417, 551-573, 630, C1-C6, C13-C15, E1-E11, O1-O5, O15-O24, O25-O31, O35//O45, O57-O65, O72-O82, O95, Q1, Q1-Q12. Also includes is a stock book of duplicates and future add ins thrown in for a bonus. Condition is mixed so viewing would be helpful. Good assembly to build upon.Cat. Value: S.B. 2600.00
Price Realized: $7,000.00

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95An amendable mint and used 1851-1950s collection nested in a brand-new Lighthouse Hingeless album in a slip case from the Country Club estate. Lightly populated with used until the 1868 grilled issues, then starts a gentle mix of mint and used until the well populated Washington-Franklins which then turns more mint. Good amount of airmails, and then a bit of B.O.B. Noteworthy items are #’s 14,15, 33, 36 x2, 75 x2, 70-71, 72 x2, 78, 87, 89, 90-92, 96-98, 112-17, 119 x2, 120-121, 146-155, 156-166, 182-191, 217-218, 242, 523 Mint 135 ng., 215-217, 228, 241, 300-309, 323-327, 328-330, 349 pr., with certificate, 397-404, 524, 547, 551-573, 581-591, 658-679, C1-C6, C18, E3, Q1-Q6, Q8-Q11. Condition is mixed with many fine copies scattered about.Cat. Value: S.B. 2400.00
Price Realized: $3,500.00

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96Small accumulation in a dealer stock book loaded with better material, identified and priced. Some used examples include 9x1a, 91, 95, 99, 100 and more. A total of 48 stamps in the lot. All ready for insertion into your collection.Cat. Value: S.B. 2200.00
Price Realized: $1,600.00

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97An exciting 1893-1961 commemorative and airmail collection from the Country Club estate. Includes #’s 230-242, 244-245, 285-293, 294-299, 232-327, 328-330, 369, 630, C1-C6, C13-C15, C18. Condition is impressive with almost all OG with many NH spread throughout. Great lot.Cat. Value: S.B. 2200.00
Price Realized: $4,750.00

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98Bonanza lot from the depths of a closed business. Mainly floor sweeping in an unsorted mass of glassines, remaindered old albums, abused stockbooks, old album pages, boxes, loose, etc. Plus one full carton of overvalued US FDCs. The face which will be considerable is mostly two cent reds through the eighteen centers of the 1980s. Heavy, nearly 350 pounds shipping. Around 50% tare in unusable albums and ruined stockbooks, but the bulk of the value will be in intermediate singles and face postage. Will take a long time to count the face, but that could be to your advantage. What fun.Cat. Value: S.B. 2000.00
Price Realized: $1,450.00
99A closet cleaning assembly made up various serious components. Includes a Scott Specialty housing 630, C13-C15, a two volume Hagner with some early commemoratives, Scott Minuteman holding 573, 630, Kansas-Nebraska sets, C1-C6, a near empty two volume Scott Platinum to 2000, a mixed-up job lot that includes a bunch of stuff, and of course loads of postage. Hours of philatelic bliss awaits.Cat. Value: S.B. 1900.00
Price Realized: $2,000.00

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100Accumulation of remaindered collections, unsold auction items, loose album leaves, stockbooks, unsorted glassines, subscription items and the like filling nine heavy cartons. Thousands of collectable stamps in variable condition, 1860-1995. Duplication mainly 1932-1965. Thoroughly remaindered of most of the premium singles leaving many intermediate sets and singles to be rediscovered. Huge uncharted catalog. Too many UN, Palau, Micronesia, and FDCs included to pad the bulk. However enough postage remains for fearless face hounds to consider. Probably breaks down into around thirty or so viable bourse lots and a pile for the fireplace.Cat. Value: S.B. 1500.00
Price Realized: $1,150.00

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