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Postal Stationery to Labels

Lots 4166-4175 Lot 4176

Lot 4166    

Cut Square Collection, 1853-1952, collection including U2 full corner, U10 fc, U26, U19-W21, U28, U36, U39, U40-41, U42, U43, U45, U46, W47, W53, U61, U62, U63, U65, U66 (cut close, thin), U67, U68, U69-U73, U88, U91-U94, U96, U99-100, U102, U128-129, U131, U136, U174, U198-99, U204, U189-194, U211, U215, U336-37, U342, etc.; nice collection with many better.
Estimate    $1,000 - 1,500.

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Current Opening Bid: $575

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Lot 4167 /o   

Postal Stationery Cut Square Collection, virtually all mint housed on Scott pages with many full corners throughout; starting with a few Nesbitts and a selection of Star Dies, 1861 issues with high values to the 24¢, good showing of 1865 high value issues, strong 1870 Reay & Plimpton's with good later full corner high values and a nice showing of other issues, 1920 surcharges worth checking, also includes some additional stock including entires; worth careful evaluation.
Estimate    $500 - 750.

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Current Opening Bid: $250

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Lot 4168 S   

Postal Stationery Specimens, 1870s-1890s, group of hundreds in quantities neatly identified by Scott/UPSS envelope in regular and legal-sizes, note U163, U166, U277 (790, 791, 793, 794, 795, 797, etc), U278, U279, U280, U281, U282, U294, U296, U300, U301, U311, U312-U318, U362, etc. plus 3¢ and 6¢ Post Office.
Estimate    $500 - 750.

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Current Opening Bid: $240

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Lot 4169 /   

1886-1899 Plimpton and Morgan Envelope Collection, bulging binder containing several hundred entires from U294/378 (no Columbians), mix of mint and used, note better including albinos and misfolds, 30¢ 1105-7 mint, 1110 and 1113 mint, etc, generally F-VF, a wonderful selection ideal for continuation or resale, very difficult to replicate.
Estimate    $500 - 750.

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Current Opening Bid: $250

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Lot 4170    

Postal Card Collection, 1873-1902, small collection including mint and used cards, a few proofs, etc., starts with UX1 essay, UX1 mint (2), UX3 trial color proofs, UX3 mint, big hole damage cards, some cancels, UX11 printers waste with inverted black impression, some 1893 Columbian expo cards, UX17 Garbage Card used (cat $3,750), small flaws, UX33c, UY10 preprinted, etc., interesting collection with some better cards.
Estimate    $1,500 - 2,000.

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Current Opening Bid: $725

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Lot 4171 /   

United States Postal Card Collection 1873-1913, approximately 270 mostly used cards (includes some returned reply cards) arranged in UPSS order in a binder with some duplication including different card stock and shades, cancels including auxiliary markings, machines and fancies, ads, some minor varieties, etc., better include (UPSS numbers) S1 mint, S2 mint and unused, S4 1876 uprated to England, S5 mint (2), S5 1896 to India, 1889 to Denmark, S6 mint (3), S6b used (creased), S7 mint (2), S7 mint (3), S10 mint, S14 mint, S16 mint (2), S17 mint with a diagonal foldover causing odd-shaped card, S17 used with a photo affixed on back side, S26 mint (2), S28 mint (2), S30 mint (5), etc, usual mixed condition, nice collection with excellent potentional.
Estimate    $500 - 750.

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Current Opening Bid: $240

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Lot 4172    

UX39 Postal Card Varieties, mint, postal stationery post cards, specialized group of sixty-two UX39 varieties, very fine mint, includes 39d (26, three misplaced surcharges (to right or left), twenty-five varieties of 39c (six 39c, nineteen 39c but with extra surcharges on reverse with ten upright and nine inverted), best here is 39f plus seven varieties of 39f with one to three surcharges on reverse as well; great lot with twenty-seven items unpriced in Scott.
Estimate    $600 - 800.

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Current Opening Bid: $290

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Lot 4173 o   

Paid Reply Postal Card, 1926, 3¢ Red on Buff Group, approximately 170 reply halves used from Germany to the U.S. in 1947, many different cancels and many censors, good basis for a research project; inspect.
Scott No. UY12r    Estimate $150 - 200.

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Current Opening Bid: $70

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Lot 4174    

Test Coil Collection, collection with many different items including TD79-82 pairs, TD91 pair, TD107b strip of four with purple defacement lines, pair with blue defacement line and a pair with three small magenta defacement lines, TD107c strip of three, TD109 pair, TD109a pair, TD109 pair on cover with 4¢ Lincoln coil, TD123 pair, TD124 pair, also includes two different Social Security essay coil pair, Very Fine and scarce group.
Estimate    $500 - 750.

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Current Opening Bid: $240

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Lot 4175    

Labels & Seals Collection, esoteric collection of vintage labels and seals from various destinations around America in four stockbooks, including festivals and vacation destinations, also vintage product labels including Yankee Doodle Root Beer, Old Anvil Kentucky Bourbon, Lady Adair Dry Lime Soda, Pomeroy Birch Beer and many others, also a group of seldom seen Christmas seals and labels, a real glimpse into life how it used to be, generally fine to very fine.
Estimate    $300 - 400.

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Current Opening Bid: $200

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