Lot 2751 /oUnited States Collection, 1845-1930. Valuable assemblage neatly mounted on quadrille pages, with wide range of material from all periods to Washington Franklins; far too many highlights to enumerate, but note a few carriers & locals, 1847's 5¢ & 10¢ plus pair of #1, 1851 & 1857's (indeed for most 19th Century items) including extensive studies of cancels, varieties, shades, types, etc., with some duplication; values to 90¢ in most cases; 1869's complete used to 30¢, Bank Notes well represented (sparse in grills); small Bank Notes to $5, same for Bureau's; Trans-Miss complete fresh mint; Columbians used to 50¢; Washington-Franklin's to $2 & $5; mint E1-E4, etc; also note decent 3¢ Ayers Encased Postage example, group of proofs; needs much closer evaluation for all the cancels & varieties, generally F-VF or better, many nicely centered, please inspect.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Lot 2752 /oBalance of Consignment, 1847-1922. Neatly arranged on stockcards and sales sheets, with examples from #1 & 2 used, many later classics and including several mint $5 Columbians, Bank Notes and Bureau Issues; much back-of-the-book with Dues and Officials, etc; this lot will require carefully evaluation, please inspect, some mixed condition.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Lot 2753 /oU.S. Collection, 1847-1950. Displayed in large Ne Plus Ultra Scott Specialty album, somewhat mixed quality but including issues from #1 onwards, mostly used classics & Bank Note's,Washington Franklin's mixed *&o, early commemoratives mostly mint, Columbians mint to $2 mixed quality; 20th Century includes mint Kansas Nebraska; back-of-the-book including quite full Officials, Revenues, Newspapers, some cut squares, and other miscellaneous; closer inspection recommended.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Lot 2754 //oUnited States Collection, 1851-1969. Quite powerful display housed in Scott Specialty album, lacking first issues but strong afterwards, with used 1861 2nd issues to 90¢, 1869's complete to 30¢, Bank Note's well represented including 90¢ grill #144, thereafter about complete through 90¢ purple; small Bank Note's & Bureau's with key values to $5, including mint (thin) 263, other high values used; Columbians complete mint ($2-$5 values quite faulty); Trans-Miss. mint to 10¢, used including decent $2; commemoratives thereafter virtually complete mint; Washington-Franklins lacking most coils but including to $5; nice 498-523, 1922 series complete and regulars afterwards; nice White Plains, airmails including C13 & C14 plus other back-of-the-book; over all mostly fresh, please evaluate closely.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000.
Lot 2755 oUnited States Collection, 1851-1902. Used collection in Heirloom album, 1851 issues including scarce #8 and 10¢ types, 1857 with better types including 5¢ issues with type I brick red, Indian red and brown shades, 10¢ types and higher values to the 30¢, 1861 issues with higher values present, 1867 grills with complete E. grills and F. grills to the 30¢, Pictorial missing only the 3¢, re-issues, good Banknotes including grills with 90¢ (small flaws, with A.P.S. certificate), other Banknotes with all high values present, Columbians with $1-$3 & $5 values, small bureaus with many dollar values present, Trans-Miss including $1 and 1902 definitives with complete dollar values; accompanied by 8 certificates, condition varied, worth review.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Lot 2756 o1851-88 Used Classics Stock. Quality group of singles and pairs on dealer stockcards; issues including Scott #7, 9 on piece, red carrier cancel, 10(2) and 11(5) couple tiny flaws, 26, 35(3), 63. 64b on piece, natural s.e., 65, 68(2), 69(2) and 73, 35 & 36 used pairs, 113, 136 and 215 a trifle oxidized, 146, 149, 189 and 217; 5 certs accompany; worth review.
Scott No. 7//217; $3,033 Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Lot 2757 /oUnited States Stock. Stockbook with 100's of used and mint stamps (many n.h.), mainly regular issues including a little back of the book, no high cat. items but lots of value, quality material with many little gems throughout; worth evaluation.
Scott No. 10//QE4 Estimate $500 - 750.
Lot 2759Selection of U.S., 1851-1925. Group of singles, including #11's with various postmarks and a position piece with huge margins, some fancy cancels, other 19th Century singles, some Revenues, $2 Harding with major vignette shift to left, and much more, please inspect.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 2760 /oClassic Issue Group. Couple dozen stamps on stockpages, mostly scarcer issues including 1857, 24¢ mint o.g., mint o.g. #65 and a used example with unusual "THREB" printing anomaly, #76 in brown (unused) and dark brown (part o.g.) shades, unused #77, better 1867 grills including used 3¢ D grill, used 2¢ & 12¢ Z grills, 1¢ E grill large part o.g., 2¢ & 12¢ E. grills used and unused, scarce 15¢ E grill unused, etc.; condition mixed, Scott cat $23,900+.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.