Auction 50

Collector Series


Dealers Stocks


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Lot 557
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1852-1887, dealer's stock of mostly mint Classics, including (all unused unless noted) No. 11 (pair without gum, plus 3 used on covers), 24 (used), 67 (used), 68 (regummed), 77SB (without gum), 87 (regummed), 92 (stuck down), 114 (two, one without gum, one regummed), 116 (part o.g.), 117 (regummed), 120 (without gum), 145 (o.g.), 182 (regummed) and 214 (regummed). Most with small faults, centering averages Fine or V.G. Scott $9,408.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
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Current Bid $550
Lot 558
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1855-1964, mega mint accumulation, of particular note is Sc. #73 (o.g.), 145 (part o.g.), 179, 212, 226 (n.h.), 232 (n.h., small tear), 578 (n.h.), 579 (n.h.), 586 (n.h.), 591 (n.h.). Most of the classics are no gum or hinged, some with faults or heavier hinges or remnants but the catalog value adds up; all imaged on the website. Scott $8,275 approx.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
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Current Bid $550
Lot 559
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1855-1934, mixed condition used balance lot, 98 stamps in all, a few highlights include Sc #76, 89, 91, 99, 291; the lot has faults throughout but many lots for resale or inclusion in a used collection; all are imaged on the website. Scott $5,000.
Estimate $500 - 750.
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Current Bid $350
Lot 560
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1861-1940, small dealer's stock of misc. mint and used, including some 1861 issues used, used Bank Notes, couple Columbians including 50¢ unused without gum, misc. 20th century commemoratives, Parks blocks, a few airmail and special delivery, 12 revenues and a small group of used Canal Zone. Condition tends toward a mediocre average with a few glimpses of decency here and there. The gum on mint stamps ranges from excellent to imaginary. All imaged on the web. Scott approximately $3,200.
Estimate $250 - 350.
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Current Bid $180
Lot 561
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1870-1888, dealer's stock of used Bank Note issues, including Nos. 137, 149, 151 (x11), 152 (x4), 153 (x5, 2 with red postmarks), 154 (x5 sound, plus 4 with small faults), 155 (tear), 161, 162 and 187. Condition overall averages F.-V.F., with some V.F. and some Fine. All are sound except for the 5 noted (cataloging $1425). A nice lot of very salable stamps in above average quality overall. Scott $7,400.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
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Current Bid $700
Lot 562
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1870-1945, dealers stock of mint singles, from Sc #145//938, earlier items are hinged but as you progress to the more modern issues stamps are n.h., all housed in a red stock book and neatly identified in Scott number order, prices listed with the stamps are old retail catalog values; this is a very clean and neat accumulation and is all imaged on the website! Fine to Very Fine. Scott $3,100+.
Estimate $500 - 750.
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Current Bid $375
Lot 563
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1880's-1990's, misc. U.S. and Foreign accumulation, mystery box and barbecue starter, on collection pages or stock pages, including a few items cataloging $20-$30, but mostly face value items or packet material. Also, for no apparent reason there is a bit of foreign including some Old Persia and Spanish Cuba. And unfortunately there are some U.N. issues in full sheets (catalog value several thousand dollars at least, estimated value zero). Lots of bulk here with some value for the patient. Gloves and a shovel might prove useful (not included in the lot). Shipping weight 16 lbs / 7.3 kilos.
Estimate $100 - 150

Our estimate is probably ridiculously cheap, but we really want the lot out of here
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Current Bid $110
Lot 564
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1890-1898, dealer's stock of better used, a small but attractive group including:
1890 issue: 228, 229 (x5, one with tiny thin);
Columbians: 15¢, 30¢, 50¢ (x6), $1, $2 (x2, one with tiny thin);
1894 issue: 254, 259, 260, 261 (tiny thin);
1895 issue: 276 (tiny tear);
Trans-Miss: 10¢.
All are sound except for the four noted (catalog value $1100). Centering averages V.F. or F.-V.F. This is a very useful stock of very salable stamps - all are imaged on the web. Scott $4,214.
Estimate $500 - 750.
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Current Bid $400
Lot 565
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1890-1898, dealer's stock of mint including many Columbians, 43 stamps total. Includes:
1890 issue: 219D (x2), 226, 228;
Columbians: 2¢ (x8), 3¢ (x2), 4¢ (x4), 5¢ (x7), 6¢ (x5), 8¢, 10¢ (x7), 15¢ (x2), 30¢;
1894 issue: 251, 258;
Trans-Miss: 2¢, 10¢.
About half have no gum, are regummed or have heavily disturbed gum, the balance tends to be o.g., hinged or hinge remnant. Small faults affect perhaps 10% of the catalog value. Centering averages F.-V.F., a few better, a few worse. Many useful stamps here. All are imaged on the web - check them out. Scott $4,020.
Estimate $350 - 500.
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Current Bid $275
Lot 566
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1901-1981, dealer's stock of mint and used regular issues, mainly Washington-Franklins (catalog value $3,568) plus others cataloging $722 including 1920's definitives, Nebr. set complete hinged, Prexie coil pairs NH, a $5 Moore plate block and an imperf pair of the 20¢ Fire Pumper. O.g., some never hinged / some hinged, a few used. Condition is generally F.-V.F., without faults except for a 413 line pair never hinged but with a tiny speck thin (catalog value $575). Many useful stamps here and all imaged on the web. Scott $4,290.
Estimate $600 - 800.
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Current Bid $425
Lot 567
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1901-1932, dealer's stock of better mint and used commemoratives, a small but attractive group of 51 mint (a mixture of never hinged and lightly hinged, mainly never hinged after 1920) and 7 used. Noted are Pan-Americans, Jamestown, 1909 commemoratives, Panama-Pacific, Pilgrims, Lexington-Concord and more. Condition is generally F.-V.F. or V.F. All are imaged on the web. Scott $2,755.
Estimate $500 - 750.
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Current Bid $375
Lot 568
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1901-1926, dealer's stock of mint stamps, much duplication with some interesting items including some sets, overall a great lot to add to your stock, take a look it's all imaged on the website! o.g., some never hinged / some hinged, Fine. Scott $1,170+.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Current Bid $225
Lot 569
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1908-1981, mint dealer's stock, identified and arranged on black stock pages, mainly Washington-Franklins and some 1920's-30's issues, singles, sets, coil pairs, line pairs and a few blocks, also a set of Famous Americans (plate blocks except Clemens #863 is a block of 4), a few later misperfs, and Ryukyus 44-53 (not photo'd). Condition is generally o.g., hinged or never hinged, F.-V.F., except #440 is a dog (off-center, thinned and the gum is dubious at best, catalog value $450, estimated real value $25; catalog value for all others in the lot is $1354.15, estimated real value $240).
Estimate $200 - 300.
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Current Bid $160
Lot 570

1914-1964, plate blocks accumulation, including 31 different mint plate number blocks, all with fresh n.h. gum; a neat little lot! generally Fine to Very Fine. Scott $375.
Estimate $60 - 80.
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Current Bid $45
Lot 571

1981-1995, huge plate # strip of 5 collection / accumulation, housed in a stock book and including singles, pairs, strips 3-4, all neatly arranged; huge face value and even larger catalog value, duplication of course but nice variety present, many seldom available in dealer stocks and unchecked for better plate numbers or tagging; all imaged on the website, generally Fine to Very Fine. Scott $1,200 approx.
Estimate $250 - 350.
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Current Bid $180
Lot 572
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Airmail, 1918-1944, dealer's balance lot, including C1 (x3), C2 (x4 - one is n.h.), C3 (x2), C4 (x2), C5 (x2), C7-C9's in blocks and pairs (these are n.h.), C10a, C18 (x6) and C31's (x11 all n.h.) all imaged on the website; a neat little airmail group! o.g., some never hinged / some hinged, Fine to Very Fine. Scott $1,334.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Current Bid $225
Lot 573
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Back-of-the-Book issues, 1862-1933, dealer's stock, including C18 (one hinged, one used), E6 (o.g.), E7 (regummed), F1 (one NH, one LH), J60 (used), O15-O14 (used), PR2 (unused, small faults), PR108 (two, one with disturbed part o.g., other with straight edge and small thin), PR125 (regummed), Q9 (used pair), Q12 (regummed), R76c (used), R110 (used) and RW6 (LH). Thins affect $2,550 total catalog value. Centering is generally F.-V.F. Scott $5,876.
Estimate $400 - 600.
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Current Bid $275




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