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Lot # Description Cat. Value
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Alexandretta #13-17. VF mint Light Hinge complete set of five 1938 issue "Death of Kemal Ataturk" mourning overprints. Harder to find than the Scott catalogue value would suggest. 2021 Scott Classic US$247.50= $309.38 $90
3961
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2
Australia #1/4013, C1/C8, L1/L119. Used collection of 2813 stamps and 8 souvenir sheets (as well as a dozen or so mint souvenir sheets and booklets) of 1913 to 2013 issues - a century of Commonwealth issues with many complete sets. The stuffed-full blue springback album contains 192 pages including some with stamps hinged on front and back. Valued in 2015 with an inventory list included. Owner's Scott catalogue US$5723.30 = $7,154.13 $775
2299
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3
Australia #1/470. Plus Back of the Book and AAT. All used 1913 to 1969 period collection of 475 stamps, all Hinged on the original Scott Specialty album pages. While few individual high values are present, this is still a pretty comprehensive group offering a great opportunity for the person interested in starting a used Australian collection. 2022 Scott US$2,750.50= $3,438.13 $375
6001
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4
Australia #2b/540, C4-C6. Lightly duplicated stock of 491 stamps, 1913 to 1948 period issues, all identified and priced on dealer "102" cards. Some faults noted (the faulty material has been taken into consideration in the pricing). The value of the mint and used material is more or less even. Victoria #222 was also noted in the lot. Owner's total Scott US$653.55= $816.94 $65
5841
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5
Australia #314/579, C1-C2, CO1;. Plus AAT #L1/L34. All VF mint NH selection of 61 different Australian stamps, 1921 to 1984 period issues, plus 30 different from the Australian Antarctic Territories. Mostly in complete sets. Includes the high value sterling currency "Navigators". All laid out, identified and valued on three Hagner brand stock sheets. 2021 Scott US$502.50= $628.25 $120
3121
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6
Austria #618A/1079, B298/B330, C61-C63.. Clean and comprehensive selection of 374 all different and all VF mint NH stamps issued between 1957 and 1968, including regular, semi-postal and air mail issues. All neatly laid out on pages removed from a formerly bound stock book. Very high "new issue" cost compared to catalogue value. 2022 Scott US$176.70= $220.00 $60
2712
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7
Australia #M1-M7, M2a. Complete F/VF mint all NH set of seven 1946-1947 "British Commonwealth Occupation Force of Japan" overprints in black plus the very rare overprint in BLUE on the 1d brown violet (#M2a). An undervalued WWII related provisional issue with a particularly elusive variety added in! 2022 Scott US$513.25= $641.56 $375
5178
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8
Australia and Area Collection - Eclectic and interestingly laid out mint and used 1913 to 1972 period collection of hundreds on pages in a fat springback binder. Noted singles, blocks, covers and cards from Australia proper including regular, airmail, official and other "Back of the Book" material as well as stamps and covers from Australian Antarctic Territories, Christmas Island, Norfolk Island, New Guinea, Papua and PNG. While only the odd £1 value was noted, there's lots of good pickings here for the ardent aficionado of Aussie items. Owner's 2021 Scott US$2,589.00= $3,236.25 $230
5841
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9
Australian States - New South Wales #19. Sound, Fine and lightly cancelled used example of the 1852-1855 issue 6p brown QV imperf, plate II (background of coarse lines). Margins are well clear to close on all sides. 2021 Scott Classic US$425.00= $531.25 $60
6136
  History
10
Bahamas - Bermuda Collections. Mixed mint H/NH and used collection/selection of over 200 stamps, 1880s to 1990s period issues, all mounted on album pages or laid out on one Hagner brand stocksheet. The owner's older Scott catalogue valuations (2009-2012 editions) list the Bahamas at US$220.00 and the Bermuda at US$440.00. Estimate = $150.00 $50
4389
  History
11
Barbados #2/281. Mostly used collection of 224 stamps, 1852 to 1966 period issues, still mounted on the original Scott Specialty album pages. While there are a limited number complete sets there are more than a few useful higher value singles noted. Take a good look at the scans to determine quality and accuracy. Here's a good opportunity to acquire a very solid basis for expansion. Owner's 2021 Scott US$3,732.25= $4,665.31 $325
4389
  History
12
Barbados - Mint and used Selection. Lightly duplicated selection of 41 stamps and one cover, all laid out on two Hagner brand stock sheets. The owner's inventory notes (with "M" denoting mint): #60 (x 3) M, 63(x 2) M, 63a, 66(x 2), 67(x 4), 69/69a se-tenant, 73 M, 81 M, 82M, 83 M, 84 M, 87, 90 M, 91 M, 92 M, 95, 96 M, 98, 100, 107, 110, 124, 125, 130, 132, 133, 135, 143, 176, 178, 179 & 223. Also included is a cover dated August 1921 (not valued in the total). Owner's 2022 Scott US$936.00= $1,170.00 $70
4389
  History
13
British Commonwealth - "A South Pacific Stamp Collection" Compact 1983-1984 period collection of mint NH South Pacific stamps, used stamps and FDCs, all assembled during the consignor's travels through the area. The lot includes issues from Australia, AAT, Christmas Island, Cocos Keeling Islands, Cook Islands (including Aitutaki and Penhryn), Fiji, Nauru, New Zealand, Norfold Island, Pitcairn Island, Samoa and Tonga. Pretty high cost as "new issues". Estimate - $100.00 $42
1202
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14
British Commonwealth - 1935 GeoV Silver Jubilee Issues. Small VF used group (two better sets and one plate variety) consisting of VF CDS sets of Bahamas (#92-95) and St. Helena #111-114 (US$82.50 total), plus Bermuda #101 with the Stanley Gibbons listed "Bird by the Turret" constant plate flaw (SG #95m @£275.) Combined 2021 Stanley Gibbons and Scott Classic = $446.87 $44
163
  History
15
British Commonwealth - 1977-1978 QEII Silver Jubilee/Royal Visit Collections. Neatly organized and comprehensive all mint NH collection of 484 stamps, 81 souvenir sheets, 18 complete booklets and 11 pieces of postal stationery. All laid out on manila stocksheets. The material is all "new issue" quality and each page has the catalogue value page total noted. The lot includes a complete set of the Scott CD328 design type souvenir sheets. 2021 Scott US$403.40= $504.25 $70
4096
  History
16
British Commonwealth - British Solomon Islands and Fiji Collections. Mostly used collection of 157 stamps from the British Solomon Islands, 1907 to 1968 period issues and 172 mostly used stamps from Fiji, 1878 to 1968 period issues, the majority still mounted on the original Scott Specialty album pages. While there are not that many complete sets, there are a useful number of higher value singles noted. Excellent basis for expansion. 2022 Scott US$1,094.60= $1,368.25 $180
622
  History
17
British Commonwealth - N-Q Countries. Mint and used collections of British Commonwealth countries from N to Q, consisting of Niger Coast #1//56, Nigeria #2//737, Niue #41//94, Norfolk Island #1//100, North Borneo #35//296 and B15//J1, Northern Nigeria #1//29, Northern Rhodesia #1//70, North West Pacific Islands #11//44, Oman #27//326, Orange River #1//71, Pakistan #1//782b and O1//O112, Pakistan - Bahawalpur #22//O28, Papua #60//933, Penrhyn Islands #1//199, Pitcairn Island #1//73 and Qatar #7//324. A clean selection of mini-collections on computer-generated pages in a 3-ring binder with a total of 797 stamps on 183 pages, the highest single Scott catalogue value to be found in North Borneo (Scott US$214). 2021 Scott US$1039.20 = $1,299.00 $170
3612
  History
18
British Commonwealth - T-Z Countries. Mint and used collections of British Commonwealth countries consisting of Tanganyika #8//32, Tanzania #19//1475, Tokelau #2-3, Tonga #70//C150, Transvaal #123//284, J2-J3, Tristan da Cunha #1//286, Turks Islands #45/57, Turks & Caicos #1//1230, MR1/MR13, Virgin Islands #22/279, MR1-MR2 and Zanzibar #39//280. Also includes some more modern Uganda and United Arab Emirates. A clean selection of mini-collections on computer-generated pages in a 3-ring binder with a total of 511 stamps, much of the Scott catalogue value to be found in the Turks & Virgin Islands sections. 2021 Scott US$1164.65 = $1,455.81 $160
5906
  History
19
British Guiana #107/177. Mint and used selection of 31 different 1882-1910 period issues, all still in mounts on the original quadrille album pages. All identified by the consignor. Some pen cancels noted. 2021 Scott US$216.05= $270.06 $34
4389
  History
20
Canada #1. Lightly cancelled (partial 7-ring target) used 1851 issue 3p Beaver imperf on horizontally laid paper. Faulty but still a good "starter" example of this classic Canadian First Issue. 2022 Scott US$1,000.00= $1,250.00 $220
5410
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21
Canada #4a. Mint OG Hinged example of the brown-red shade of the 1852 issue 3p Beaver imperf, printed on medium wove paper. Sharp impression with four clear margins, light horizontal crease. 2022 Scott US$1,600.00= $2,000.00 $675
5178
  History
22
Canada #5. Sound and Fine used example of the 1855 issue 6p slate grey Consort imperforate on wove paper. The margins are clear of the frameline on 3½ sides (just touching at upper left). Nice light 7-ring target cancel. 2022 Scott US$1,150.00= $1,437.50 $450
6146
  History
23
Canada #5d. F/ VF used example of the 1855 issue grey violet shade of the 6p Prince Albert imperforate on thicker hard paper. Margins are large to just touching at lower right. This is the scarcest printing of this stamp and comes with a 2021 Vincent Graves Greene photo certificate. A very nice stamp! 2022 Scott US$2,750.00= $3,437.50 $575
5849
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24
Canada #7. Smudge cancelled and lightly creased used example of the 1855 issue 10p blue Jacques Cartier imperf on thin crisp paper. Still a decent pence era item that can be "upgraded" later. Comes with an AIEP certificate. 2022 Scott US$1,600.00 = $2,000.00 $325
6028
  History
25
Canada #7. Sound and moderately cancelled, four margin used example of the 1855 issue 10p blue Jacques Cartier imperf on thin crisp paper. An attractive pence era item. 2022 Scott US$1,600.00= $2,000.00 $270
3587
  History
26
Canada #9. Sound and Fine used 1857 issue 7½p green Queen Victoria imperforate on wove paper. Margins large to just in at upper left (as noted on the certificate). Rich deep colour, "21" (Montreal) 4-ring numeral cancel. Comes with a 2013 Vincent Graves Greene photo certificate which states "used, genuine". 2021 Scott Classic US$3,500.00= $4,375.00 $425
5178
  History
27
Canada #9. Used 1857 issue 7½p green Queen Victoria imperforate on wove paper. Margins range from large to close at bottom left. Moderate cancel, small thin noted in the AEIP certificate. Rich deep colour. Still a great looking early Canadian Classic. 2022 Scott US$3,500.00= $4,375.00 $425
4096
  History
28
Canada #12. Fine appearing used example of the 1858 issue perforated 3p Beaver. Tiny thin at top and sealed scissor cut at right noted for the record. All in all still a very reasonable example of this very short usage and rare transitional pence item. 2021 Scott Classic US$1,400.00= $1,750.00 $325
5849
  History
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Canada #12. Fine used example of the 1858 issue perforated 3p Beaver. Light target cancel. All in all a very reasonable example of this very short usage and rare transitional pence item. 2022 Scott US$1,400.00= $1,750.00 $375
5567
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30
Canada #15. Fine mint no gum example of the 1859 issue 5c Beaver. Bright original colour, nice sharp impression. 2021 Scott Classic US$575.00= $718.25 $110
6035
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31
Canada #18a. Fresh mint no gum example of the 1859 issue 12½c "First Cents" issue in a rich and distinctive deep blue green shade. Small thin at right hand side noted for the record. 2021 Scott Classic US$1,050.00= $1,312.50 $260
5178
  History
32
Canada #20v. Fine mint no gum example of the 1864 issue 2c rose Victoria with the Unitrade listed "dash in lower right 2" plate variety. The shade is tending towards the deep claret rose. Valued as a regular #20 by Scott Classic. 2021 Scott Classic US$675.00= $843.75 $170
5567
  History
33
Canada #21/45. Mixed condition used selection of Large Queens (#21/28) and Small Queens (#35/45). Note both early and later printing of both issues. Expect a few faults in the group but offered as received. Unchecked for papers, perfs, shades or varieties. Significant total catalogue value. Estimate $200.00 $85
6301
  History
34
Canada #21c. Mint no gum example of the 1868 issue the ½c black Large Queen (perf 12 x 12) on the thinnest paper I've ever seen on a Large Queen issue (almost tissue paper). VF centered with a few short perfs (understandable due to the delicate nature of the paper). A great reference/research piece for the Large Queen specialist. Estimate = $100.00 $28
4197
  History
35
Canada #21c, iii, iv. VARIETY COMBINATIONS. F/VF lightly cancelled used pair of the ½c black Large Queen, perf 12 x 12, on thin paper. The right hand stamp has the Unitrade listed "spur in scroll at left" (#21iv), while the right hand stamp has both the "spur in scroll at left" (#21iv) and the "white area in the bun of hair" (#21iii) varieties. Valued in fine used condition as two singles with single varieties. 202s Unitrade= $150.00 $65
5958
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36
Canada #21iii/iv (x2), 21a, 21a/iv. VARIETY FOURSOME. All mint quartet of ½c black Large Queens all with Unitrade listed varieties, consisting of a basic #21a (perf 11½ x 12, Fine no gum), a #21a/iv (perf 11½ x 12 plus spur, Fine OG HR), and two #21iii/iv (perf 12 x 12, plus spur and white area in bun; one stamp F/VF OG H small thin, the other F/VF no gum). A great reference/research group for the Large Queen specialist. Owner's 2022 Unitrade = $740.00 $85
6028
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37
Canada #23. Sound and VF mint example of the 1869 issue 1c yellow orange Large Queen. Lightly Hinged on Full Original Gum. Great centering. A lovely stamp in all respects. Unitrade is $4,000.00 for a VF mint OG Hinged stamp ($2,000.00 for VF mint with a 100% premium for OG). 2022 Scott US$1,750.00= $2,187.50 $575
5178
  History
38
Canada #28. Fresh and well centered mint part OG HR example of the 1868 issue 12½c blue Large Queen. Small faults at right noted for the record. 2021 Scott Classic US$1,200.00= $1,500.00 $70
6301
  History
39
Canada #28. Reference Lot. Carefully researched and precisely identified study of 15 used examples of the 12½c blue Large Queen. All sorted for shades, perfs and papers. While the odd fault is to be expected, you will appreciate the accuracy and detailed effort made by the collector to properly classify this group. The lot includes clearly dated CDS cancels as well as Unitrade listed varieties. All valued as basic stamps by Scott Classic catalogue. A useful reference lot. 2021 Scott Classic US$1,875.00= $2,343.75 $170
3266
  History
40
Canada #29, 73, 91, 92. Sound, fresh and F/VF mint quartet of Victorian and Edwardian era issues, consisting of the 15c Large Queen (full OG LH), the 10c QV "Leaf" high value (LH) plus the 5c and 7c Edwards, (both OG HR). An attractive and fault free group of key and semi-key issues. 2022 Scott US$1,165.00= $1,456.25 $110
6012
  History
41
Canada #29-30. The two basic shades (grey violet and grey) of the 15c Large Queen. Both Fine+ mint OG hinged. 2022 Scott US$180.00= $225.00 $120
3737
  History
42
Canada #35/2314. Massive used stock/accumulation in twelve 3-ring binders neatly organized on 138 reinforced manila stockpages, with issues up to 2009 including many "Permanent" values. Unchecked for perforation, paper or plate varieties nor for tagging errors, though many of these are noted on the pages. Conservatively estimated at approximately 28,000 stamps! Estimate = $600.00 $260
5841
  History
43
Canada #36d, 38 (x 2), 39, 42.. All mint but mixed condition group of five Small Queens, consisting of: the 2c green, perf 11 ½ x 12, no gum; two shades of the 5c olive green, both no gum; the 6c yellow brown, OG Hinged, toned; and the 5c grey, OG HR. 2022 Scott US$2,540.00= $3,175.00 $140
6300
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44
Canada #41. VF mint NH example of the 3c vermilion later printing Small Queen. Near "Jumbo" margins, nice fresh and unblemished original gum. 2022 Scott US$135.00= $168.75 $130
3856
  History
45
Canada #41, 44. Fresh and Fine mint NH examples of the 1888 issue 3c bright vermilion and 1893 issue 8c violet black "later printing" Small Queens. 2022 Scott Classic US$685.00= $856.25 $75
5377
  History
46
Canada #41-45. Complete mint set of 3c to 10c "later printing" QV Small Queens, all sound and F/VF with full OG and and VERY light Hinging. Vivid original colours. 2022 Scott US$1,455.00= $1,818.75 $250
5178
  History
47
Canada #45. VF centered mint, full OG LH example of the brown red shade of the later 1890s printing of the 10c Small Queen. Unitrade is $900.00 for VF mint Hinged. Note, a small perf thin on the UR corner, which does not detract much. 2022 Scott US$675.00= $843.75 $110
6012
  History
48
Canada #46. Very Fine mint OG VERY LH (hard to see the hinge mark) example of the 1893 issue 20c vermilion Widow's Weeds. Bright colour, sharp impression. Unitrade is $600.00 for VF mint Hinged. 2022 Scott US$400.00= $500.00 $280
6052
  History
49
Canada #47. Fresh and Fine mint OG NH right hand sheet margin example of the high value 1893 issue 50c deep blue Widow's Weeds. 2021 Scott Classic for NH US$1,000.00= $1,250.00 $250
6035
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Canada #47. Fresh and VF JUMBO MARGIN mint OG Hinge Remnant high value 1893 issue 50c deep blue Widow's Weeds. Light diagonal bend noted for the record. 2022 Scott US$400.00= $500.00 $190
6052
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