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Public Auction #442

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204A clean comprehensive stock on 102 sales cards beginning with #11 and continuing through to the revenues. There is an assortment of fancy cancels in the early issues including #73, 114, 146, 148, 209 and 230. There are nice selections of early commemoratives and Washington Franklins are well represented as are early air mail, postage due and officials. The revenue selection begins with R1c and continues through the second issue plus some documentary, proprietary, private die proprietary, and duck revenues. These stamps are of better condition than is normally encountered. This is a very good stock with little duplication and readily saleable.Cat. Value: S.B. 6500.00
Price Realized: $4,750.00

205An enchanting mostly used 1847-2003 collection hinged in four clean Scott albums. This unorthodox assembly starts with an engaging Locals grouping (probably reprints) then Confederate States along with the latter reprints. Well balanced 19th century regular issues and commemoratives with many higher values are present. The 20th century offers an impressive representation of both regular issues and commemoratives as well. Here is where you might find an occasional mint example like the Kansas-Nebraska sets. The airmails hold a mint C13. In the Back of the Book you will find on parade Eís, Jís, Kís, Oís, PRís, 1st through 3rd issue revenues as well as Reds and Greens (many higher values with cut cancels), Wines, M & Mís. And what collection would not be complete with a few Ducks floating around. The collector liked to interlace covers within the appropriate sets for a little chutzpah. Condition is very mixed so take your time to examine this fine example a labor of love.Cat. Value: S.B. 5000.00
Price Realized: $9,500.00

206A perky 1851//2018 mostly mint collection nestled in 14 very clean Scott Platinum Hingeless albums. Almost nothing before the Banknotes then gradually more populated staring with the Columbians. A small handful are accompanied by photo copies of 240 NH, 266 NH, 351 single, 595 when they were parts of larger pieces. Also #ís 251 with a PSE certificate, 255 and 500, both with a PFC. Condition is better than normally encountered with NH, OG present with a few RG. Also a identifiable amount of face types to figure in to get to the right number. A worthwhile group to consider.Cat. Value: S.B. 4000.00
Price Realized: $9,000.00

207Mint and used stock from 1850s to the late 1930s which can be set up for resale. This holding includes a #1, a good selection of first and second issues, many banknotes, some with fancy cancels, 832, 833 and 834 plate blocks as well as a block of C18. A close inspection will reveal many gems. The condition is mixed and viewing is suggested to gain a full appreciation of this lot.Cat. Value: S.B. 3000.00
Price Realized: $4,750.00

208A solid collection of mainly 19th century used and 20th century mint on sales pages. You will find an image of every stamp that catalogs over $100. Condition is mixed with no duplication and a ton of catalog value being offered at a very reasonable price. Weíll let the pictures do the talking.Cat. Value: S.B. 2700.00
Price Realized: $5,500.00

209Twenty collections mostly in a menagerie of mass produced albums. Some have been moderately picked over and some intact. All have utility to be mined or sold as separate units at bourses or the internet. Lots of catalog valueCat. Value: S.B. 2500.00
Price Realized: $2,200.00

210A rather better stock than normally encountered with some duplication. It begins with Scott 26 with a few items until the Columbians where the selection expands. There is good group of air mail, back of the book and Canal Zone. A sampling of never hinged stamps include 220, 230, 231, 246, 267, 294, 295, 323,324, 328,329, 367, 370, 372, 397, 398 and increasing items from here. There is a good group of Kansas and Nebraska overprints, higher denominations 571, 832 and 833 and booklet panes. The air mails start with C4 and there is very good representation of early issues. Finally, there is a very good assortment of line pairs with most being never hinged. A great lot for the internet or show dealer.Cat. Value: S.B. 2400.00
Price Realized: $2,000.00

211A mostly used collection rescued from a dilapidated old time album. The stamps mirror the condition of the album, old and dilapidated. However the is much worthwhile used, like #ís 9X1, 1-2, 12, 38, 70, 71-72, 78, 118, 155, 166, 191, 217-218, 240-241, 277-278, 292, 293. Marvelous mint are #ís 242, 630, C13-C14, RW1 (all the aforementioned are og.) Also included are some enticing B.O.B like a group of mostly mint Shanghais and newpapers, Federal Ducks (mint are hinged and some used), and a decent spread of used officials. And letís not forget an infusion Confederate States and a bit of Hawaii. Solid catalog value, though condition is quite mixed so thoughtful due diligence while viewing is necessary.Cat. Value: S.B. 2200.00
Price Realized: $3,500.00

212An old time mint collection that hasnít seen the light of day for decades. Strangely this assembly starts with the last Banknote series runs up into the 1930ís. A healthy selection of early commemoratives though a light in the higher values. The Washington-Franklins are lightly populated then picks up steam in the 1920ís then abruptly ends in the 1930ís. Nice airmails and Special Deliveries and a bit of War Savings. Condition a little mixed. Needs a new album and special attention.Cat. Value: S.B. 2000.00
Price Realized: $3,500.00
213Always a Crowd Pleaser. Exciting gathering of popular U.S. banknote issues, 1870-1888. Includes stamps mounted on four hingeless album pages, a detailed inventory, three Philatelic Foundation certificates, and one American Philatelic Society certificate. Some items are of questionable integrity, with instances of regumming, repairing, and altering. Also, the condition of the remaining material is mixed, but there are stiil sound, attractive stamps present. Fun assortment to work through. Scans show entire lot. Huge catalog value, offered cheaply.Cat. Value: S.B. 1900.00
Price Realized: $2,700.00

214An impressive old time accumulation of a few dozen older mint sheets squirreled away by a multi-generation Midwest stamp company. As to be expected there is some perf separation and margin faults present. However, not all the sheets do not fit that description. Due to the minor problems the suggested bid does not include any plate block premiums and only reflects the value as single stamps.Cat. Value: S.B. 1700.00
Price Realized: $2,700.00

215A modest accumulation of lower to medium value NH plate blocks. All sorted and identified by a knowledgeable Midwest dealer. Includes regular issues, commemoratives, airmails, B.O.B., and a few later Federal Ducks with varyingly degrees of duplication. Very clean group offered at a very reasonable starting bid.Cat. Value: S.B. 1600.00
Price Realized: $1,150.00

216An accumulation of Newspaper stamps. Includes proofs, both card and India paper types. Condition is mixed. Huge catalog value. Needs careful consideration.Cat. Value: S.B. 1500.00
Price Realized: $3,000.00

217A very good, well balanced collection of commemorative and regular issues from the 1850s to 1960s. Included are the early airmails (C13-C15) Special Deliveryís Shanghaiís Parcel Postís and Ducks. The banknotes and bureaus are well represented as are the Washington Franklins. The condition is mixed and a regummed item has been spotted. This is a nice lot with many delightful stamps.Cat. Value: S.B. 1500.00
Price Realized: $3,250.00

218Used stock in five binders brimming with several thousand regular issues including 10, 11, 26, 63, 65, 68, 73, 88, 94, 113, 114, 121 and more classics and pictorial stamps. Banknotes begin with 145 and are well represented as are the bureaus, early commemoratives and Washington Franklinís. The ownerís accurate but unverified catalog of the first book totals about $50,000. The remaining four binders contain modern issues including many high values. This lot can be broken down nicely for retail.Cat. Value: S.B. 1450.00
Price Realized: $1,700.00

219A handsome mint and used 1847//2015 collection housed in ten Marini hingeless albums with slip cases. Starts with a used #1 then is all used and very skimpy until the 1922 Bureau issue where the subjects turn almost entirely mint with loads of face types to figure. Early airmails are present with C1-C6, and a NH C13-C15 set. Just a bit of B.O.B. will be found. Condition is mixed with NH scattered about. The perfect gift a starting philatelist looking for a high end set of albums.Cat. Value: S.B. 1400.00
Price Realized: $2,900.00
220WITHDRAWN/OUTCat. Value: $0.00
Price Realized: $0.00

221A luxurious 5 volume mint, almost all NH 1920-2008 collection nestled in Lighthouse hingeless albums with slip cases. Almost no stamps prior to 1919 so there are no Washington-Franklins. Starting with the 1919 Victory issue this assembly looks fairly complete with a Kansas-Nebraska, Presidential, and Liberty issues. A generous Farley section awaits your approval with numerous postage types, including high values. The airmails miss the 1930 zeppelin set but most everything else is there. No other Back of the Book is present yet a surprising flock of Federal Ducks swoop in. Very neat and clean group just waiting for a new home.Cat. Value: S.B. 1200.00
Price Realized: $3,000.00

222Three very heavy cartons housing a beginning collectorís nirvana. Includes mint, used, old, modern, plate blocks, blocks and singles. Little tiny trinkets spread throughout these 23 albums to be discovered by new philatelistís sparking eyes.Cat. Value: S.B. 1200.00
Price Realized: $2,800.00

223A small box that packs a punch. The assembly is a dissected collection where the old material has been separated from the postage. Includes a decent amount of 19th and 20th century regular issues and commemoratives. Enough postage to make you sit up and take notice. The earlier material is mixed mint and used with mostly lower value with an occasional medium value turning up. Condition is very mixed. Worth a serious look.Cat. Value: S.B. 1150.00
Price Realized: $2,500.00

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