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United States Stamps continued...

UNITED STATES STAMP COLLECTIONS AND LARGE LOTS continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1321 EP Small proof and essay lot consisting of six die essays including #11-E14b blue on bond, large gummed National Bank Note Co. essay perf. 16 around the oval and similar design in red on orange surface paper perforated (#79-E30j, n), also a couple of Turner essays for revenues (Turner #127, 232) , two plate proofs on card (#73P4, 74P4), in addition there is a $5.00 Bank of New Brunswick, New Jersey banknote with vignettes of Franklin and Washington as used on the first issue postage stamps, and finally a spring loaded stamp box of about commemorative stamp size, produced around the time of the Columbian Exposition, in sterling silver with 2c Columbian under mica on the front, very much like encased postage, very fine and interesting assemblage. Est. 400-500

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
1322 PTC Small collection of plate and trial color proofs consisting of 22 different, all black, includes twelve trial color or plate proofs #44P4 to #228P4, a set of Post Office plate proofs on India and a set of the first design postage dues in Atlanta trial color proofs, all are fresh and with nice margins, very fine; also includes a privately gummed and perforated black 1869 30c Burgoyne essay on India not counted. $942.00+

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
1323 ogbl/PB Mint block and plate block group of several dozen items, starts off with a block of four of #11, some other 19th century blocks, plate block start with the 2c Trans-Mississippi and includes the Lexington Concord set, 2c and 5c Hawaii overprints, Presidential set complete, #C18, and more, o.g., some n.h., a few small faults on the earliest issues, overwhelmingly fine-very fine. Est. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $2,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
1324 O 24/666 #24/666, Premium certified used lot of 25 mostly different stamps, all but one are 19th century, with catalog values to $400.00 (#90), some premium cancels though no premiums were added to the catalog value, all are least very fine and many are extremely fine; each is accompanied by a recent PF or PSE certificate, including a few that are graded. $2,691.00

SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1325 O 30A/311 #30A/311, Conflicting certificate lot of nine used stamps, each is accompanied by a clear PF certificate (mostly recent), but each also has another certificate (mainly PSE) noting a small flaw, or in two cases reperforation, stamps are quite attractive with extremely fine appearance. $3,570.00

SOLD for $1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
1326 Ou 63/670 #63/670, C4/Q1, Graded used lot of 22 different stamps, each accompanied by a PSE (one PF) graded certificate (one encapsulated), with SMQ values to $130.00, all grade at least 80, there are some 85's, several 90's and even a few 95's, includes six with Jumbo designation (no premiums were added to the SMQ value), very fine-extremely fine group. SMQ $1,436.00

SOLD for $1,150.00
Will close during Public Auction
1327 O 65 #65, 3c Rose, specialized used group of nearly 300 stamps, most of the value lies in the cancellations, with geometric, fancy cork, stars, Ship, Paid, colored cancels, town cancels, etc., also a few shade varieties, includes some grilled, stamps are in mixed condition, generally very fine strikes. Est. 300-400

SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1328 ogO Useful group of mint and used, about 70 stamps in all, from 1861 Issues to early 20th century, as well as back-of-the-book, many medium priced items, as well as higher cataloging stamps such as used #67, 70b (PSE certificate) and three mint $1.00 Trans-Mississippis (one no gum), many attractive stamps will be found throughout, including some with certificates, condition ranges from stamps with small flaws to choice very fine, therefore inspection is suggested to properly evaluate. Est. 1,500-2,000

SOLD for $4,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1329 ogO 68/673 #68/673, C1/K7, Higher quality lot of 34 mint or used stamps, includes four used 1861 12c Black (two grilled, all with certificates), #100, 153, mint #226, 237, 277a mint (thin) and used (printing ink flaw), C6, and more, includes some lower cataloging used stamps in choice condition, eighteen of the items are accompanied by certificates (mainly PF) including all of the above listed stamps, some graded certificates, a couple minor flaws, but the vast majority are very fine or extremely fine; a desirable lot for the dealer of premium U.S. stamps. Est. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1330 og 112/547, E1/JQ4 #112/547, E1/JQ4, Valuable mint lot of over 130 different stamps neatly arranged in a safety deposit box type stockbook, these were nearly all full original gum stamps, but were subjected in a slightly humid climate, resulting in some gum disturbance or loss of varying degrees, with some stamps clearly affected by disturbance, while others show little or no evidence of gum disturbing, in fact many would probably receive a simple "previously hinged" opinion if submitted for expertizing, and few of the 20th century stamps may even qualify as never hinged, much of the value in the 19th century, with four 1869 Pictorials including a 10c, the Bank Note issues are quite strong, with many high cataloging stamps, including an attractive example of the rare 30c National Printing, better commemoratives include $1.00, $4.00 and $5.00 Columbians, as well as the $1.00 and $2.00 Trans-Mississippis, Bureau issues to $2.00, better Washington-Franklins, with numerous 50c and Dollar high values, back-of-the-book includes an especially impressive showing of postage due stamps, except for the above mentioned gum problems, the stamps are generally fine-very fine with many highly saleable stamps throughout; even using the most conservative method of cataloging, the total catalog value will be well in excess of $70,000.00. Est. 10,000-15,000

SOLD for $16,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1331 nh 124/ #124/538, J1/K18, Attractive and valuable mint collection of 57 different mint items, nearly all are singles but including three coil line pairs, this collection starts with a fresh 2c 1875 re-issue of the 1869 Pictorials, full o.g., lightly hinged (about the only hinged stamp in the entire lot), then several late Bank Notes, Small Bank Notes and Bureau issues, 20th century includes a few regular issues and commemoratives, a nice selection of never hinged postage dues and six different Shanghai surcharges with values to the 60c on 30c Orange, all are attractive with bright colors on fresh paper, o.g., n.h. with hardly any exceptions, most are quite well centered, fine-very fine with many even better than that; each stamp is accompanied by a certificate (total of 59), mostly of the 1990's from the Philatelic Foundation $11,545.00

SOLD for $9,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1332 ogO Mint and used collection in three Scott albums, early issues mainly used, the 20th century is a mix of mint and used but the value is in the mint, some blocks including a set of the Kans.-Nebr. overprints, back-of-the-book issues including officials and some revenues, as well as possessions, some of the mint has been affected by humidity, causing some gum disturbance or stuck down to some degree, although some of the mint are completely unaffected (including one never hinged Graf Zeppelin set; a second set is partially stuck down), mixed condition. Est. 1,500-2,000

SOLD for $8,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1333 ogngO Large mint and used accumulation in collection balances and on sales cards, all in a large box, collection balances include seven albums, each of which has a modest amount of 19th century and modern issues, face value of the mint will add up, better stamps are found on cards including a quite a number of high catalog unused and used 19th century, includes 1869 Pictorials, Bank Note issues and others, we note a used set of the 1898 Trans-Mississippi cplt. and a mint White Plains souvenir sheet, even some stock pages with hundreds of pre-cancels, condition is very mixed with faults throughout the 19th century, unused are often without gum or regummed, but there are also better quality items as well, especially in the 1920's-1930's issues; certainly worthy of inspection. Est. 1,500-2,000

SOLD for $4,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1334 og Rather eclectic mint collection of over 50 stamps, the one feature that holds them all together is that they are black, actually all are quite nice quality, starts with two unused 2c "Black Jacks", one with "E" grill, several 20th century regular issues including a couple of 7c Black perf. 10 Washington Heads with PSE certificates graded 95 or 98 for previously hinged stamps, also includes a nice set of mint or unused Post Office hard paper officials including well centered 12c, 24c and 90c with full o.g., the last with PSE certificate, even a couple of private die match and perfume stamps, etc., overall very fine and an interesting lot with catalog value over $2,400.00; accompanied by six PF or PSE certificates. Est. 500-750

SOLD for $1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
1335 ogO 88/678 Miscellaneous balance of 29 items, all but two accompanied by a PF, PSE or APS certificate, includes unused #116, mint #226 and 228, some graded stamps including Kans.-Nebr. overprints, a few private vending coils, two #RW1's, and more, mixed condition. Est. 500-750

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
1336 og 93/404 #93/404, Balance of thirteen mint stamps, includes #159, 229, 239, 240 and 310-312, generally well centered, most o.g., all but two accompanied by a recent PSE certificate mentioning a small flaw or reperforation, very fine appearance; the Scott catalog value exceeds $7,000.00. Est. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $2,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1337 og/PB 189/650 #189/650, Four extension returns, with singles of #189 and #254 ("repaired perf. tip"), and plate blocks of #372 and #650 ("previously hinged"), each with a 2005 PF or PSE certificate (the first two have earlier clear PF certificates), o.g., extremely fine appearance. $850.00

SOLD for $525.00
Will close during Public Auction
1338 ogObl 229/533 #229/533, C3/JQ4, Mostly mint balance of sixteen items, most of the value in early commemorative blocks and plate blocks, includes 8c Columbian block of twenty, Louisiana Purchase complete set in arrow blocks, plate blocks of the 2c Pan-American and 1c & 2c Jamestown, some mint singles, also two used blocks, with #229 block of six and #C3 block of eighteen, most o.g., some n.h., slightly mixed condition with much being fine-very fine. Est. 1,500-2,000

SOLD for $2,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
1339 ogPB Mint single and plate block collection offered intact as received in 28 White Ace albums, a few early singles, but it really starts from the 1893 Columbians, which go to the 50c value, better items include the White Plains sheet and the Graf Zeppelin set, plate blocks start in the 1920's and include #C18 and some other better, both the singles and plate blocks are quite comprehensive from 1940 to the very late 1990's, and also includes modern full booklets as well as some full panes, therefore the face value will be rather substantial, most o.g., modern issues n.h., mixed quality on the early issues, later material generally fine-very fine. Est. 4,000-5,000

SOLD for $9,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1340 og 230/1063 #230/1063, C1/47, Mint commemorative and air post collection in a White Ace album, includes Columbians to 30c, Trans-Mississippis to $1.00, most of the early 20th century commemoratives, just about complete from 1919 on, air posts complete less the Graf Zeppelins, in addition there are some presentation folders that include a pen-cancelled #1, another mint $1.00 Trans-Mississippi, a White Plains sheet, and a few others, mixed condition with some of the earliest issues regummed, otherwise o.g. with some of the modern n.h., fine-very fine appearing. Est. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $2,700.00
Will close during Public Auction

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