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Public Auction #440

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COLLECTIONS, ACCUMULATIONS, AND STOCKS — Europe
LotConditionDescriptionValue/Bidding

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395Liechtenstein and Switzerland in six heavy cartons containing: new issues (3 cartons) 1975-1990, most are on FDCs and used as CTO singles and around 30% mint in blocks; two cartons of FDCs from both countries in 22 sparsely filled cover albums; A fairly complete Liechtenstein collection in a stockbook of mixed mint and used plus an old remainder collection on European pages. Highlights include: CTO #115, 131, C7-C8, etc.; Switzerland collection in stockbooks with heavy duplication, but including mint #226 x2, strong used classics and much, much more. Needs in person inspection as our extensive webphotos only scratch the surface of this valuable holding.Cat. Value: S.B. 2200.00
Price Realized: $4,000.00

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396Unassuming European holding, nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Mint and used, singles and sets. Lightly remaindered. Housed in six notebooks of homemade pages and one small carton with additional homemade pages. Most items identified by Scott catalog number. Emphasis on Belgium, Germany, Italy, Monaco, and Yugoslavia. Includes regular issues and BOB. Condition is mixed, but many attractive, sound stamps present. Many surprises throughout the lot, high catalog value overall. Needs a new home. Suitable for replenishing a dealer’s common and intermediate stock in these countries, for stamp club swap-and-shop sessions, or for an energetic collector new to European philately.Cat. Value: S.B. 1000.00
Price Realized: $700.00

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397Stock of Italian occupation of Austria in a 6-ring sales book. Incudes around a hundred mostly different better issues mostly listed after Austria. Condition overall is pretty good.Cat. Value: S.B. 900.00
Price Realized: $750.00

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398Do-it-yourself-project. Includes six Scott specialty albums (France—1 vol., Germany and area—3 vols., Luxembourg and Scandinavia—1 vol., and Switzerland—1 vol.), most with stamps and souvenir sheets already neatly and accurately hinged onto clean pages; all binders in excellent condition. Nineteenth century to early 1960's. All material used, with city-date cancels, favor cancels, and CTO. Also features two binders of stamps roughly organized by country and ready to be placed into the various albums. High catalogue value, with many surprises. In one easy purchase, you can be well on your way to acquiring strong collections of popular European countries.Cat. Value: S.B. 700.00
Price Realized: $1,150.00

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399Collections in twelve Scott Specialty albums and one binder from the late 19th Century to the mid-1990s in three cartons. Hundreds and hundreds of mixed mint and used stamps in full, partial sets, singles, souvenir sheets, and booklets. Involves France and colonies, Germany, DDR, Scandinavia, Switzerland and Russia. Some albums are somewhat sparsely populated and remaindered but still plenty of stamps to wet your whistle.Cat. Value: S.B. 550.00
Price Realized: $550.00

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400Remainder lot from Three Generations Estate. Better than usual organization and value. Features strong folders of Germany, Luxemburg, and Italy, with good amounts of Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, and Vatican City; also contains miscellaneous mixed country stockbooks. Minimal duplication. Material runs from late 1800s to 1960s. Condition mixed but many attractive sound stamps present. Could fill many holes in a worldwide collection or could be easily incorporated into a dealer's stock.Cat. Value: S.B. 400.00
Price Realized: $550.00

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401Basic stock of stamps from Western European countries, late 19th century to 1950's and later. Roughly sorted in glassines by country and Scott catalogue number. Includes surprises. Especially heavy in Belgium with a strong representation of Germany and states, Scandinavia, Netherlands with some colonies, and Great Britain. Varying amounts of duplication. Also includes bundle ware. Pickings throughout and worth viewing.Cat. Value: S.B. 400.00
Price Realized: $210.00
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Unused w/o Gum or Regum
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