Lot 2918 o1851-56, 3¢ Issue Balance, on stock and dealer cards, mostly #11-11A issues with a few #10's (most with certs); includes many 4-margin items, cancels including green town, group of plated items, shades, etc.; worth a look.
Scott No. 10-10A, 11-11A Estimate $400 - 600.
Lot 2919 /o/1857, 3¢ Issue Balance, mix of issues including a number of #25's including scarce strip of three and a strip of seven on cover (faulty and missing a stamp), mint o.g. #26A (cat $600), partially separated #26 block of 5 on cover, etc.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Lot 2920 /1893 Columbian Issue Multiples Balance, includes 2¢ plate block of 8, corner pair and right margin block of 30 with imprint, 4¢ part sheet of 25 (with plate block), right margin block of 20 and block of 24, 6¢ block of 11 and 8¢ block of 32; mostly n.h. and centering generally F-VF or better; some typical natural flaws and some perf separations to be expected, cat $18,000+ for n.h. alone.
Scott No. 231//236 Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Lot 2921 /1916, 1¢ green, imperf plate block collection, of approximately 240 plate blocks on stockpages, arranged by plate number with an attempt to collect each position for each number; total cat $7,200 for hinged (with several n.h. items).
Scott No. 481 Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Lot 2922 /oBetter Quality Group, 1850-1930's, of over 95 items in dealer cards housed in binder; generally good to better VF to Superb centered items including some jumbos; includes Scott #15, 71, 75-76, 153, 208 x3, 215, 217-18, 252 x2, etc., choice Washington-Franklin issues mostly mint, Kans-Nebr, early airmails and other back-of-the-book, etc.; worth careful evaluation.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Lot 2923 BKBooklet Stock, 1908-1980, hundreds of unexploded booklets identified in glassine in a couple stockboxes, with some duplication modest to moderate; better early booklets including BK41 x3 (cat $300 each), BK 42 ($135), BK44 x5 (cat $500 each), BK69 x4 with back cover types I & II (cat $400 each) with a nice run of good later booklets, some covers only (noted on glassine, few provisional booklets worth checking, etc.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Lot 2924 oClassic Issue Cancellation Group, over 40 items on dealer card in binder; colored and fancy cancels, various issues with some better including #13, 71, 75, 77, 112 x2, 119-120, etc.; condition mixed, inspect.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 2925 /o/Consignment Balance, group including some used Duck stamps, philatelic and commemorative covers and a nice section of over 30 signed FDC's with signatures including Hubert Humphrey (one including signed letter), Ted Kennedy (Senator of Mass.), astronauts John Glenn and Gordon Cooper, Walter Cronkite, Ronald Regan and many others including politicians, stamp designers, etc.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Lot 2926 /oL is for Lines Collection, small exhibit collection devoted to guidelines; includes wines issues regular issue imperf, coils including private vending and test coils, gutter blocks, other back-of-the-book issues, possessions, etc.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 2927 /Mint Accumulation, 1880-1910's, selection of singles and multiples in small stockbook, with many plate no. items throughout; singles with a a good showing of definitives to the mid-values, Trans-Miss including 50¢ & $1, multiples with impressive plate pair/strip selection including small banknotes with plate strips of 5 up to the 15¢ and a strip of 3 with plate of the 30¢, 3¢-8¢ Columbian plate strips of 4, small bureaus plate strips to the 10¢, Trans Miss 4¢, 5¢ & 10¢ plate no. pairs, Pan-Ams including strips of 2¢ & 5¢ & pairs with 10¢, numerous Washington-Franks to the 15¢ including 1¢-2¢ bluish, etc., other multiples including 4¢-8¢ 1902 definitives plate blocks of 6, #315 block of 4, etc.; remarkably fresh material with centering generally F-VF with some better.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.