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Lot 544
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Old Time collection, 1850s-1970, in three albums, few nicer used earlies, then some decent mint Washington-Franklins, complete sets 1922 issue, Kansas-Nebraska, Prexies, and Liberty issue, mint commems are complete less 242-245, 292-293, 400A, 404, mint back of book includes Airs complete less Zeppelins, E3, E5-9, Q1-12, JQ1-5, etc., quality a bit mixed on earlies but improves quite a bit after 1908, with plenty F-VF (and even a few VF, XF).
Estimate 1,500 - 2,000
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Lot 545
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Collection, 1850s-1950s, several 100 in an "All American" album, condition is mostly quite poor-fair but every now and then there is a salvageable item, including mint/used 230-40, 285-89, 293, 294-99, RW1, used 291-92, etc.
Estimate 500 - 750
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Lot 546
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Collector's Accumulation, generally 1851-1898, over 150 stamps, plus some multiples, loaded with better items including mint or unused: 7, 9 (pair), 11 (margin block), 78, 97, 114 (block), 209 (block), 241, 262, 263, 278, 505, including used: 9 (5), 10, 22, 25, 28-29, 31-35, 76-78, 100, 118, 242, 292, etc. In addition, there are some nicer cancellations, naturally flaws are to be expected but most are relatively minor, these stamps were chosen for appearance, and there are some F-VF. All in all, a lovely group filled with very saleable stamps. Rough Cat approximately, $35,000.
Estimate 4,000 - 5,000
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Lot 547
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Collector's Accumulation, 1851-1898, couple hundred stamps on black cards, generally up to 1-3 of each, duplication is often due to cancels, condition mixed, faults mostly minor or small to fine, a few unused here and there, including some original gum and even a never hinged surprise or two. See photos for a sampling. Catalogue value should be $10,000-$12,000.
Estimate 1,000 - 1,500
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Lot 548
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Good Starter Collection in three Scott albums, 1851-1960, including used 136, 217, 276, 285-290, 323-30, 341-2, plenty of Washington-Franklins, C1-3, including mint 614-19, 620-21 (blocks), 647-48 (blocks), 830-31, 833(plate blocks), etc., plus a nice little selection of Postage Dues and Revenues in a second album, and a good start on cut squares in a third, condition on the used is typical mixed, mint overall appears to be original gum F-VF, quite decent beginning collection.
Estimate 200 - 300
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Lot 549
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Stockbook, 1860s-1970s, many 100s, plenty of stamps in the $5-$50 catalogue range, small faults to Very Fine.
Estimate 200 - 300
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Lot 550

Small accumulation of better items, generally 1860s-1915, over 80 stamps plus a few multiples, some regummed, many disturbed original gum, with a few original gum (even a couple never hinged in the later period), includes 14,29,30 (2), 37-38, 68, 72, 76(2),78, 85B, 85E(these "Z" grills are possibly ok, sold as is), 187-188, 208, 217-18, 220a, 220c, 228-229 (2), 240 (4), 241 (4), 242 243-244. 245(2), 261A(2), 276, 293,310-11, 340 (plate block), 369, 400 (3), E1 (2), 3 (3), very mixed condition, a few of the early unused may be cleaned (probably not) but mostly quite saleable.
Estimate 5,000 - 7,500
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Lot 551
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1923, 2¢ Harding, the 3 major perf types, accumulation comprised of #610 over 250, mostly in blocks, plus about 30 plate blocks; 611, 15 blocks including positions and a never hinged top plate number and Shermack Type III, pairs and a line strip of four; 612, 3 blocks plus a few, some never hinged, some flaws, mostly Fine or better.
Estimate 400 - 500
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Lot 552
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1923, 2¢ Harding, small group of stamps and covers, including shades of 610, a dozen used blocks of 611, plus one signed by Harding's Attorney General, Daugherty, one that might be Hoover (indistinct), mourning stationery from the State Department and a mourning First Day Cover from the Postmaster General, a couple of unofficial bisect usages, etc.
Estimate 300 - 400
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Lot 553
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United States and British Collector's Stock, many 100s, used on stock pages, here and there a better item plus a little nicer British.
Estimate 150 - 200
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