Lot 2620 /oU.S. Possessions, Collection, 1856-1978, well-filled collection of mint and used on Scott Specialty pages in a binder, with nice Canal Zone with Scott #1 and 3 used, mint 2, 4-8, 58-59, 60-66, 77-81 (80 n.h.), 90-94 (93 n.h.), 120-35 n.h., airmail complete C1-53 (C2n.h.) etc., DWI mint Scott 1 and 31-42, used 14-15 etc., Guam mint 1-8, 10-12, E1, M3-4 etc., Hawaii mint 9-11, 21 signed A. Roig, 26, 28, 30-32, 62-64, 74-82 n.h., O1-2, O5-6, used 42-44, 47-49, 50 favor cancel etc., Philippines mint 289A n.h., 340-50, 351 n.h., 353, 411-30 n.h., 431-46, C3, C5-6, C10, C12, E1, J4-7 etc., Japanese Occupation fairly complete mint, some Cuba and Puerto Rico, postal stationery throughout and Ryukyu Islands mostly mint n.h., owner's Scott $20K+, worth careful inspection.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Lot 2621 /oU.S. Possessions, Collection, 1864-1976, mint and used general collection of Canal Zone in two albums, including Scott #120-35 and C15-20 mint, also nice group of Crosby FDCs with photo cachets, second album with Possessions including Guam, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Philippines, worthwhile collections, owner's Scott $4k.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Lot 2622 /U.S. Possessions, Collection, of mostly mint Canal Zone and Philippines issues arranged on stockpages in album; Canal Zone mostly airmails including #C6-C14 plate blocks, #CO1-CO7 block of four, some variety and booklets, etc., Philippines including 1899-1901 issue with all high values present, 1903-04 set near complete missing $2, later specimen issues, booklet panes, airmails with good Madrid-Manila flight issues present, etc.; nice fresh material throughout.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Lot 2623 /o/Canal Zone, Collection, nearly complete collection (no #15), also includes some extra used, few postcards, etc.; owner's Scott cat $8,500+, very nice condition.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Lot 2624Canal Zone, Intact Mint Collection, in White Ace album, mostly complete mint #1-3 on except few cheaper and some rarities, Dues complete, 1924-25 issues on complete except #115, also Airs including. #CO8, CO12, also including few dupl. on original retail pages, Fine to Very Fine lot, realised $1900 in Harmer-Schau 2011 auction.
2010 Scott $7,900 (Owner's) Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Lot 2625Cuba, Postal History Collection, 1880-1998, approximately 80 items on pages in binder; with some post card & cover usages with a string section of postal stationery including mint and specimen cut squares, with advertising, perfins and */o postal stationery items including postal cards; inspect.
Estimate $250 - 350.
Lot 2626Cuba, Official Business Penalty Covers, 1899-1904, collection of 41 used entires on cover pages in binder; with 31 legal size entires including 1899 Department of Posts to St. Louis, Mo., War Department with 14 types of imprints, includes 1899 military letter usage franked with 2¢ Adjutant General's Office, Civil Government, Cuban Census, Custom House, Signal Office, etc., four Juzgado Municipal imprints and postmarks from Rancho Veloz, Cabanas, Artemisa and Bahia Honda, Auditor, 11 Secretary of Finance covers from various towns including regular size, other regular size entire including justice and school imprints; condition a little mix with many nice town strikes.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Lot 2627 /oDanish West Indies & Virgin Islands, Revenue Collection, 1907-35, selection of mostly mint on stock and dealer pages; various D.W.I. first issues including unlisted 10f imperf pair, Virgin Islands with many of the better 1933 surcharges and St. Croix tobacco provisionals.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 2628Hawaii, Postcards, 1898-1922, old-time collection of 150-160 picture postcards, great variety with many use; includes several Brown cards, etc.; nice lot not often offered intact anymore.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Lot 2629 /oHawaii, Accumulation, 1853-99, an unusual mix of material including mixed condition early Kamehameha III & Numeral issues mixed in with forgeries, reprints and specimens, including unused #15, hoard of Banknote issues mint with much no gum and used unchecked for better cancels, some stationery and other issues, also a hoard of the more common 6¢ & 10¢ Kahului Railroad issues (over 1,000 stamps); worth proper evaluation.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.