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United States Stamps continued...

SAVINGS STAMPS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1301 O WS3 image#WS3, $5.00 Deep green, rouletted 7, an incredibly choice used example, not only is this stamp extraordinarily well centered and with strong rich color, but it is also noteworthy for possessing a handstamp and light ms. cancel, which is unlike the vast majority of "used" examples, with are simply no gum copies that were removed from savings booklets (and to which the used value in Scott applies), extremely fine; a truly gem used War Savings Stamp; 2005 PF certificate for a pair, this being the bottom stamp. (Image) $650.00

SOLD for $1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
CONFEDERATE STATES
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1302 O 5 image#5, 10c Rose, choice used example, with huge margins all around, attractive pastel color, neat portion of black Virginia c.d.s., extremely fine and scarce thus; 2005 PF certificate. (Image) $500.00

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
POSSESSIONS COLLECTION
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1303 ogbl United States possessions mint single and block collection of the period of United States overprints of the various possessions, as well as the later period, Canal Zone includes the 1904 Overprints of the 1902 Issue, both the flat "A" and pointed "A" sets of 1924-25, later issues including a few blocks, and postage dues, Cuba includes the 1899 U.S. overprints complete in blocks (less the rare 10c of course) including the postage dues, the Guam overprints are complete in blocks (less the rare 10c and $1.00 types), plus some Guard Mail, Philippines includes the first overprints in blocks to the 50c, singles of the next to sets both complete to the $5.00 values, plus a run of mint singles to 1945, the first air post set is complete including the scarce 2P-10P values, plus blocks of the 1899 Postage due set, plus Puerto Rico including a postage due set in blocks, virtually all o.g., some small faults but a very large percentage is fine-very fine with many highly saleable items throughout; ex-Laurence H. Gardner Collection - sold for the benefit of the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society. Est. 4,000-5,000

SOLD for $9,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
DANISH WEST INDIES COLLECTION
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1304 ogO 1/58, J1-8 #1/58, J1-8, 1855-1917 Largely mint collection of over 50 different starting with the first issue, a couple used Numerals are present but the vast majority are mint, later issues are in complete sets, mostly o.g., fine-very fine. $1,745.00

SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction
HAWAII
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1305 E 32E image#32E, (5c) Black, vignette die essay on India, the head of Kamehameha V (M-H 34.8402), on original card being about the size of the die sinkage which measures 60x74, a seldom seen essay, fresh paper and color, very fine. (Image) Est. 400-500

SOLD for $325.00
Will close during Public Auction
1306 ogbl 71, 71b image#71, 71b, 18c Dull rose with black Provisional Govt. overprint, no period after "Govt", position 6 (M-H 70.651), in block of four, position 1-2/ 6-7, interestingly this is an early impression of the overprint before "G" of "Govt." was broken in position 1, large part disturbed o.g., nearly very fine; much scarcer than its modest catalog value reflects; ex-Honolulu Advertiser. (Image) $375.00+

SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1307 c 74-79 image#74-79, 1c-25c Pictorials cplt., tied to registered cover to Berwyn, Ill. by purple target cancels, with matching November 30, 1894 Honolulu c.d.s., "A.R." and fancy "R" registry handstamps, San Francisco backstamp, edge soiling slightly affecting two stamps, fine and scarce as a set cover. (Image) Est. 300-400

SOLD for $270.00
Will close during Public Auction
1308 nhu O1-5 image#O1-5, 2c-12c Officials a highly select set of these officials, each being a sheet-margin example including an impressive bottom left corner margin single of the 6c Deep ultramarine, all with fresh bright colors, o.g., n.h., very fine-extremely fine; not listed never hinged and seldom found thus in this choice quality; each accompanied by 2005 PSE graded certificate (grades range from three at XF 90 to one each at VF-XF 85 and VF 80). (Image) as hinged $200.00

SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
1309 ogc UX1-9a image1882-97 Postal cards a complete set of 10 different cards, the last issue is the 1894 printing of the 1c and the 1897 printing of the 2c, includes the very scarce 1892 lithographed printing of the 2c Black, which really should have its own number just as the 1c has its own number as lithographed, all are crisp and fresh with sharp edges and corners, very fine. (Image) $530.00

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
PUERTO RICO
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1310 c 210, UX1 image#210, UX1, 1899 1c Black on buff postal card with additional 1c Green overprint tied by grid cancel, posted to London, England with San Juan military station no. 4 pmk. of August 19, 1899 at bottom left, London receiving cancels on the front, minor corner creases to the card, very fine and scarce used in the proper time period. (Image) Est. 200-300

SOLD for $170.00
Will close during Public Auction
1311 ogPB 211a image#211a, 2c Reddish Carmine, 25 degree overprint, fresh left sheet margin imprint and plate no. 856 block of six, rich deep color, full o.g. that has had tiny hinge reinforcing strips on the bottom horizontal perforations, otherwise n.h. and leaving the top pair completely so, very fine for this. (Image) $275.00

SOLD for $65.00
Will close during Public Auction
UNITED STATES STAMP COLLECTIONS AND LARGE LOTS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1312 ogOblc 1/906, C1/44 #1/906, C1/44, Valuable old-time collection housed in six quadrille albums, not only are there mint and used single stamps, but there is tremendous value in the many scarce mint blocks present, plus there are better covers, some varieties and even a few proofs, the collection starts off strong with the 1847 Issue, represent by six Five Cent values (two on cover) and four Ten Cent values (two on cover), plus a plate proof pair of the 5c overprinted "Specimen", most of the value in the later 19th century is in the blocks of four (or larger), as the collector was in the process of transferring the single stamps to a Scott National album (see lot %&$#), the mint blocks includes #11 (block of nine), 36b (six), 37, three different shades of the 1857 3c, two 2c Black Jacks, 1869 Pictorials include a 2c, as well as a rare 2c Re-issue, and the 1c 1880 Re-issue, strong Bank Notes, with Continentals to the 6c and American printings to 90c (including #191 which catalogs $13,000.00), plus there are some interesting 19th century covers to be found, better turn-of-the-century blocks, excellent showing of Washington-Franklin coils including a pair of #356, Washington-Franklin blocks include #505 double error, #523, 524, 547, etc., first day covers start in the 1920's and include the scarce First Linn cachet of the 2c Harding, and the later issues are represented by blocks and/or first day covers, plus there is a solid volume of air posts that are mostly blocks and covers, the blocks including two sets of the Graf Zeppelin set, while the covers include #C3 first flight, #C15 FDC and another flown cover, plus later first flights including some premium items, condition is a little mixed as to be expected on such an old-time collection, some of the blocks are hinged in more than one place, but with a little care and patience, many fine-very fine stamps and blocks will be found; an extraordinary true original collection, the likes of which are rarely offered at public auction; ex-Laurence H. Gardner Collection - sold for the benefit of the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society. Est. 30,000-40,000

SOLD for $110,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1313 ogO High cataloging most mint collection to 1962 in two Scott albums, these stamps were once part of the original collection (lot #1312) that the collector was in the process of transferring single stamps from the quadrille album to these two Scott National albums, therefore some issues are complete, while others are lacking altogether, the collector managed to fill in most of the early issues, nearly all of which are mint or unused, with just a few used stamps present, includes the 1847 Issue (10c used), plus the two Reprint stamps, 1851 Issue to 12c and includes a used 5c value, 1857 Issue to 90c, 1861-66 to 90c and includes a 5c Buff and other high cataloging stamps, a complete and fresh set of the 1869 Pictorials is present, Bank Notes include the Nationals to 90c, Continentals to 30c and Americans to 90c, Small Bank Notes complete, Columbians complete plus a second set to the 50c, Bureau issues to $5.00, Trans-Mississippi set to $1.00, 1902 Issue complete to $5.00, Washington-Franklins are a little spotty, but includes the first set complete to $1.00, Panama-Pacific includes #404, plus there are some blocks, back-of-the-book includes a solid run of official stamps and Confederate States General Issues complete (some used), condition will be mixed as always on a collection of this vintage, with full o.g., part o.g. and no gum stamps to be found, one or two cleaned cancels may even be present, still there are many scarce or rare stamps that are almost never seen in collection lots; ex-Laurence H. Gardner Collection - sold for the benefit of the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society. Est. 15,000-20,000

SOLD for $40,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1314 ogOblP Valuable collection offered intact as received, on album pages to about 1940, 19th century is comprised of mostly used singles, with a fair number of card proof sets included as well, starting with the 1893 Columbian Issue the collection contains mostly mint singles, blocks, plate blocks and plate strips, with the multiples being heaviest in the commemorative issues, back-of-the-book was collected similarly, also useful revenues and cut squares, plus there is a pile of stamps on auction or retail cards, stockcards, glassines, etc., with numerous better items to be found in this group, the condition is mixed throughout, but that does include very fine stamps; the total catalog value should add up quite substantially. Est. 15,000-20,000

SOLD for $42,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1315 ogO 2/679 #2/679, C3/RW9, Worthwhile group of better stamps, over 50 different, early issues used including #2 (PFC), 121, 242, 261A, and more, 20th century is mint including #421, 423 (PFC), 440, 524 (n.h., PFC), a White Plains sheet, three air post stamps, five Shanghai overprints, three parcel posts including #Q12, and seven Hunting Permit stamps, generally collected for centering and freshness, mint are nearly all o.g. with several n.h., a few small faults and a handful of doubtful coils (not counted in the estimate), majority is very fine or better. Est. 3,000-4,000

SOLD for $6,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1316 ogO 3P/749 #3P/749, C1/16T103, Balance of a large collection in two albums, starts with card proofs of the 1847 Reproductions, most used through the Bank Note issues, with some impressive stamps from the 1851 Issue, better values from the 1857-68 period, with a few high quality stamps mixed in with lesser quality items, the 1869 Pictorials are complete less the 90c and includes an attractive #118 with a PF certificate, from 1890 onward the collection is mixed mint and used, and again there are very fine stamps along with stamps in fine or less condition, 20th century commemoratives being quite strong, also some mint Washington-Franklins including coils and high values, an attractive set of the 1922 Regular issue, White Plains sheet, Kans.-Nebr. overprints complete, mostly used back-of-the-book including a set of the Graf Zeppelins, as mentioned the condition is mixed, ranging from stamps with faults to extremely fine never hinged examples, so inspection is crucial to properly evaluate; six APS, five PF and three PSE certificates accompany. Est. 4,000-5,000

SOLD for $11,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1317 ogO Mostly used lot which consists basically of two collections, one is all used in two Davo albums to 1960, and contains some higher cataloging stamps such as #1-2, 12 and 243, the other is in five Safe albums to the 1980's, early used and the modern generally mint, also a stockbook, stockpages and stockcards of various items, as well as a few covers, mixed condition. Est. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $6,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1318 O Used collection balance to 1936 in an album, includes #1, some better 1868 Grilled stamps, 1869 Pictorials to 15c, various Bank Notes to 90c values, Columbians complete to the $1.00, plus a $5.00 value, 20th century is a little scattered (no Washington-Franklin issues are present), but includes a White Plains sheet, Kans.-Nebr. overprints and some early air posts, also some stamps on stockcards including color varieties of the 1851 and 1861 Issues, condition is a little mixed but a good number are very fine or better. Est. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $3,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
1319 og/nhO 7/1053 #7/1053, C1/WS11, High quality balance of a consignment, about 300 stamps neatly arranged on black stockcards, starts with some attractive used early 19th century, mint and used in the later 19th century, most of the value is in the mint 20th century, with strength in low value commemoratives and the 1922 Regular issue, also some useful Washington-Franklins, air posts and other back-of-the-book, the common theme to this lot is that they were all purchased on an individual basis and the vast majority are in very fine or better condition, mint are o.g. with a very large percentage being never hinged, several are accompanied by PF certificates; a perfect lot for a retailer or internet auctioneer that deals in high grade stamps. Est. 4,000-5,000

SOLD for $18,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1320 EPS Extraordinarily attractive and valuable proof and essay collection of hundreds of different in a quality old-time album with dust case, includes a range of essays largely consisting of 1861 "August" issues on India and a nice range of small numeral essays of the 1869 Pictorials, proofs are extensive including small die proofs of the 1902-03 Regular issue cplt., there is an excellent complement of 19th century plate proofs on India and card, we note a number of sets from the 1875 reprints of the 1857-60 issue through the Small Bank Note issues, the 1893 Columbians are complete on both card and India, the later in vertical pairs, also a comprehensive showing of back-of-the-book issues including special deliveries, postage dues, most officials and a nice range of newspaper stamps, this collection also has a remarkable selection of specimens including the "Sample." and "Sample/A" overprints complete in blocks of four with o.g. for all listed values and colors, plus others, overall condition is quite nice, a few faults are present but most are fresh with bright colors and fine-very fine; an incredibly desirable old-time collection, offered intact, of increasingly popular essays and proofs; examination of this lot is essential to fully appreciate; ex-Laurence H. Gardner Collection - sold for the benefit of the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society. Est. 7,500-10,000

SOLD for $23,000.00
Will close during Public Auction

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