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Public Auction #436

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41United States currency accumulation from 1928 to 1957. Consists of 436 pieces having $556 face. Includes one dollar, two, five ten and twenty dollars silver certificates, United States, Federal, National currency from poor to average circulated condition. About 88% are one dollar silver certificate “star notes.”Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $1,200.00
42World currency mainly purchased in the early 1990s as investment lots. Comprises roughly 475 mostly uncirculated demonetized currency from Latin America, British, French colonies, and Eastern Europe from the 1970s to early 1990s (some older) having duplication. Includes neat 30 Antigua “World’s First Gold and Silver banknotes and the Saga of Treasure Ship and Pirates” (not gold nor silver) on their original pages and album which was sold as a promotional item. Fun educational lot offered at a fraction of the original purchase price.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $260.00
43Canada uncut sheet of 32 One Dollar notes from the 1980s. This was the last issue before it was replaced with the “loonie”. This sheet was mounted in a frame having several minor tape damage or tape still on a least three notes. Would look great in an office or man cave if properly reframed.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $40.00
POSTAGE — Sheets
44Mint sheets sorted by Scott number ranging from 13˘ to Forevers. Mostly 29˘ and above. Face 3200+Cat. Value: Face 3250.00
Price Realized: $1,800.00
45Grouping of 29˘ to Forever sheets organized in Scott order. Duplication on average is around five of each.Cat. Value: Face 3250.00
Price Realized: $1,900.00
POSTAGE — Postage
46Modern stock of mostly 29˘ to 41˘ unfolded, self-adhesive, and ATM booklet panes. All sorted and identified in Scott order. A turnkey and instant money making opportunity.Cat. Value: Face 5500.00
Price Realized: $3,250.00
47Postage from the Michigan Bank holding in two heavy cartons. Many three cent sheets in a couple of old time, long term stored, musty, sheet files begin the hoard. The bulk of the estimated face of around $3,500.00 is in modern sheets many of which are the self stick variety. Some are still in their heavy government packs. A fair amount of booklets are also included, but spot checking reveals that at least a few of these have stamps missing. Will benefit from a fresh count which will take considerable time.Cat. Value: Face 3500.00
Price Realized: $2,200.00
48Carefully counted mint useable postage from a medium sized consignment. No fractional, BOB, special deliveries, or other unusable postage in the mix. Includes sheets, plate strips, plate blocks, and even a small group of dollar and up. All counted and ready to go. Almost all 18 cents and up. Useful. Take the better out for your collection and mail the rest.Cat. Value: Face 3250.00
Price Realized: $1,900.00
49Postage accumulation stuffed in three heavy bulbous cartons. There are three primary components, mint sheets, plate blocks sorted by Scott numbers ranging the 600’s to the 4800’s, and scrap mainly sorted by denomination in glassines arranged by the 100 count.Cat. Value: S.B. 3000.00
Price Realized: $3,750.00
50Postage types from a small mainly US estate. Two pizza sized boxes. The first is fully and carefully counted sheets in files, plate blocks with strips, and some sorted scrap in baggies. All in this box are useable and collectable most between 22 cent and 37 cent face values which amounts to $2,773.00 face. The other box is unsorted with all the rest mixed in with the rest (around 85% good postage). This is where they quit counting. We agreed and said that the rest weighed enough to be worth a couple hundred. Feel free to count this second box for we have hardly figured it into the total. Face for sure over $2,800.00. Jump in with your calculator, make a count, and get a bargain.Cat. Value: Face 2800.00
Price Realized: $1,900.00
51Nice little postage grouping. Mostly sheets, mainly 29˘ values and higher.Cat. Value: Face 1200.00
Price Realized: $650.00
52Postage from the Huskie hoard. Huge duplication with way too many 3 and 4 cent sheets, plate blocks, blocks of four, etc. Even includes around 1,500 #948 souvenir sheets. Not counted; only roughly estimated at around $2,500.00. Would benefit from a clean count for there are some sheets that stretch out to the mid 1980s. Calculator practice anyone?Cat. Value: S.B. 1100.00
Price Realized: $1,350.00
53Postage as received from an estate in the Wolverine State in two cartons. Runs from 3 cents to Forevers in sheets to scrap mainly in stockbooks, binders, loose, and a small selection of postal mint sets. Coming along for the ride several folders of miscellaneous material. Counting will be beneficial and profitable.Cat. Value: S.B. 650.00
Price Realized: $850.00
54Difficult to use postage from the Michigan Bank accumulation. Some of the mint, a sizable amount (over $700.00 face), is stuck down, or onto, or in glassine envelopes that have been damp storage or water damaged. A few may be able to be salvaged. The other half is scrap mint postage of all types from full sheets missing a stamp or two down to loose individual stamps. Face value from 3 cents to 44 cents in various degrees of salvage. Total face estimate is around $1,500.00 altogether, but an in person viewing is recommended for this difficult to use postage lot.Cat. Value: S.B. 550.00
Price Realized: $750.00
55Accumulation of mostly airmail sheets and scrap.Cat. Value: Face 460.00
Price Realized: $290.00
POSTAGE — Canada
56NO LOTCat. Value: S.B. 0.00
Price Realized: $0.00
57Over thirty framed and not framed pictures, drawings, prints, posters, and original art from a large consignment. Odd and unusual with "Johnny Appleseed" a sub-theme. All are easily saleable and offered at a reserve that will interest many bidders. A few keepers that can be gleaned from an in person inspection. Offered as is. FRAGILE. GLASS. OFFICE PICK UP ONLY. NO SHIPPING AVAILABLE.Cat. Value: S.B. 150.00
Price Realized: $170.00
58Art nouveau, possibly bronze, nude man and woman statue 19” high from the base. Some of the naughty parts have been artfully covered by the artist. Cannot find an artist’s signature. OFFICE PICK UP ONLY.Cat. Value: S.B. -----
Price Realized: $85.00
59Autographed Kennedy campaign photo featuring the future President with Harry Bauler some time in 1959. Bauler was the head of "Streets and San." and a key member of Mayor Daley's machine that was integral to JFK's election in 1960. Signed "Sincerely, Jack Kennedy" and "to the fellas & Harry Bauler". Was at one time mounted in a frame, with no certificate of authenticity. As is.Cat. Value: S.B. 250.00
Price Realized: $65.00
60Sports cards mainly basketball, from one of the largest area hoards. Fills over 65 (YES, SIXTY-FIVE) cartons of various shapes and sizes in an estimated weight probably exceeding 1,000 pounds. 1985-1999 mostly with an emphasis on the Chicago Bulls. Huge duplication in places. Purchased individually, in sets, in bulk, etc. to have and to hold as an "investment". Huge capital outlay to originally secure has now collapsed back to ground floor levels. How many thousand? We just don't know perhaps 60,000-100,000. Pallet shipping only which should be considered only as a last resort. Instant storage locker filler. OFFICE PICK UP RECOMMENDEDCat. Value: S.B. 550.00
Price Realized: $350.00

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