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Sale 88: The Sescal Sale

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Philatelic Literature

Lots 2418-2424

Lot 2418

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Lot 2419

Auction Catalog Group, starting with a run of Rumsey first 13 sales plus better items consisting of 1995 Honolulu Advertiser softbound in 3 volumes in slipcase, and the following all hardbound: 1981 American Illustrated Cover Catalog (which has become the standard work in the field); 1983 Sotheby's Cape of Good Hope Maximus Collection; 1989 Christie's Sale of Weill Brother's Postmaster Provisionals; Shreve's Collections Auctions 1998 Wampler, 2000 Lyons, and 2001 Buranasombati; 2001 Feldman New Brunswick, Nova Scotia & Canada; 2010 Zurich auction Switzerland, and 2018 Siegel Faust Black Jack Collection, most with pr's, some pen notations to the Rumsey items.
Estimate    $100 - 150.

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Current Opening Bid: $50

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Lot 2420

Knapp, Edward S. Knapp Collection of Philatelic Americana, Parts 1-3 SB plus Philatelic Iconography, 1941-42, Parke-Bernet, 7,890 lots, normal use, one of the great early postal history auctions.
Estimate    $100 - 150.

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Current Opening Bid: $40

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Lot 2421

Paige, Samuel C. Paige, complete run of Sale #1-36 including many names sales such as Chambers Stampless, Sterling Dow Maine, Darlington Territorials, Burr Carriers and Locals, de Windt 20th Century Fancy cancels, Ashbrook stampless, Chase 3¢ 1851-57, etc., loaded with postal history, fancy cancels etc.; One of the premier early postal history auction houses, a must have for the postal history researcher, a rare complete run.
Estimate    $750 - 1,000.

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Current Opening Bid: $350

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Lot 2422

[United States] National Philatelic Museum, National Philatelic Museum of Philadelphia, 1948-57, run of 35 issues less only one for completion, included are scholarly studies by distinguished philatelists such as Chase, Ashbrook, Brazer, Lidman, Ward and Bruns. An enormously interesting series, and superb reference source for US and world philately, F.-V.F.
Estimate    $400 - 600.

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Current Opening Bid: $190

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Lot 2423

[United States] Perry, E., Pat Paragraphs, 1931-50, Vol I#1 June 1931 complete to Vol I#58 Feb 1950 originals bound in 5 HB volumes; always scholarly, somewhat disputatious official organ of the controversial Westfield dealer. A classic periodical of US philately.
Estimate    $200 - 300.

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Current Opening Bid: $90

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Lot 2424

Airmail Zeppelin Books, Magazines and Memorabilia, carton including LZ 130 Zeppelinpost by Duggan, various original magazines showing Zeppelins: 1906 Scientific American magazine showing "The Great Dirigible of Count Von Zeppelin" on the front page, 1937 L'Illustration showing showing the Hindenburg crash, couple photos of USS Los Angeles, etc., F.-V.F.
Estimate    $100 - 150.

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Current Opening Bid: $40

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