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Afghanistan #966, 986, 990, 991, 1007-1008, 1013. VF mint NH selection of 7 different 1979 to 1982 period issues, all complete singles or sets of two, in quantities ranging from 77 up to 100 of each (mostly 90 to 100 of each). Great topicals, including birds, maps, tourism, children, sheep and telecommunications. Also included in the lot (but not valued) are a couple of dozen different 1960s period souvenir sheets, almost all mint NH. Only valued for the 1979-1982 material. 2023 Scott US$1,073.05= $1,341.31
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Argentina #160/592. Wholesale lot of sheets and blocks of up to 30, thousands of stamps in an unusual Egyptian-themed leather stockbook. Heavy duplication to be expected in these 1910-1951 issues with much Back of the Book material including extensive sections of "Ministerio" overprints (Scott prefix OD). Many overprint varieties to be found within. 2021 Scott US$3880.00 = $4,850.00
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Argentina - plus Chile & Ecuador. Accumulation of collections from South America, mostly hinged or mounted on Scott album pages as well as in stockbooks, old auction pages and loose in cards and envelopes. Thousands of stamps with many complete sets, mostly 1860's to 1960's period with decent representation throughout. All early Argentine Republic and Buenos Aires imperf issues have been assumed to be counterfeits. The conservative estimate is but a small fraction of the total catalogue value. Estimate = $300.00
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Australia #1/141, C1-C3. Used collection of 1913-1936 issues featuring many Roos and KGV Heads, 101 stamps hinged to Stanley Gibbons album pages numbered 1 to 7. 2021 Scott US$952.15 = $1,190.15
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Australia #1/206. Lovely lot of 1913-1945 issue Kangaroos and KGV Heads on DAVO pages, all used except for the 1d engraved 1913 issue. With only 3 exceptions all the Roos are correctly placed for watermarks with extras also hinged beside the boxes. The highlight of the 94 stamps is the deep aniline pink shade of the 10sh with watermark 10, plus some shades and an inverted watermark variety. Two faulty stamps not counted. 2022 Scott US$1569.00 = $1,961.25
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Australia #17,21. Incredible specialized reference/study collection of the KGV Head 1d red issue, with 8 examples of the 1d engraved (4 mint and 4 used) and 496 examples of the later issue. Owner’s detailed description notes: Starts with 11 annotated major varieties and 15 minor varieties, then continues onto both shades of the single line perf, 27 shades of smooth paper, 12 shades of rough paper, 4 shades of large multiple watermark (wmk 11) and 2 shades of Die 3. Then 36 copies perf OS on smooth paper, 17 perf OS on rough paper, 7 perf OS NWS, 6 perfins and 1 NWPI overprint, then a cancel collection of used in all 6 states (including Kalgoorlie, WA) and a collection of dated copies from August 1914 through the 1921. Estimate= $200.00
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Australia #27/1868. Mint and (mostly) used collection of 1927 to 2000 issues on stockbook pages and stockpages, high degree of completion including both commemorative and definitive issues with denominations up to $20. Nearly 1,550 stamps plus 13 S/S with the section from 1997-2001 used on piece with nice CDS cancels. Great coverage for the period including the KGVI long definitive set with perforation varieties. Estimate= $250.00
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Australia #142/966. Used collection of 1934-1985 issues hinged to Stanley Gibbons album pages numbered 8 to 75, plus Back of the Book. A total of 829 stamps with the 466 examples of issues after 1970 conservatively valued at US$0.25 each though denominations reach as high as $10. 2021 Scott US$760.00 = $950.00
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Australia and New Zealand Selections - Consignor assembled selections of mixed mint and used material from these two south Pacific Commonwealth countries. The Australian section consists of 77 higher values: #142 mint, 143,143a, 144, 148, 152-154, 159-161, 177-178, 184-187, 218-221, 434-439 MNH, 446 to 449 MNH booklet panes, 450 to 453 complete booklet, 508a, b, c, e, f(2), g MNH, C3(2) and O3. The New Zealand consists of 36 higher values: #67, 116, 101 mint, 126, 128, 147, 156a, 168, 187, 192(2), 193(2), 194, 195(2)229 -241 mint set, 235 mint, 241 mint, 404, B16, B17, J5, O27 and O37. All identification and valuation has been done by the consignor. Owner's 2022 Scott US$960.45= $1,200.56
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Bahamas #100/443. Sound, fresh and F/VF mint H/NH selection of 137 different stamps, 1938 to 1978 GeoVI and QEII period issues, all in complete long definitive and pictorial sets. All laid out on six Hagner brand stock sheets, identified and valued by Scott. Great range of time period and topics. The 1938-1946 issue GeoVI definitives include several premium Stanley Gibbons listed printing/paper/shade varieties, all valued by basic Scott catalogue. 2023 Scott US$677.75= $847.19
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Bolivia #20/1018, C1/C349, J1/J9, RA1/RA28, RAC1/RAC2. Plus Other Countries. Bolivia collection of 867 stamps and souvenir sheets, 1878 to 1999 period issues, all laid out on quadrille album pages (total 2022 Scott US$1,124.85). The second part of this lot consists of sheets and part sheets from Costa Rica (2022 Scott US$230.00), Guatemala (2022 Scott US$420.75), Nicaragua (2022 Scott US$108.25), El Salvador (2022 Scott US$223.50), with some SPECIMEN overprints noted in the mix. Buy this lot for the Bolivia collection and play with the other countries. Total 2022 Scott US$2,106.50= $2,633.13
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British Commonwealth - 1949 UPU Omnibus Series. High quality all mint H/NH complete run of 313 stamps, consisting of all complete sets of the common design and non-common design British Commonwealth issues commemorating the 1949 Universal Postal Union 75th Anniversary. All neatly laid out on Hagner brand stock sheets. A classic 20th century series. 2023 Scott US$453.60= $567.00
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British Commonwealth - Balance of consignment in 6 black binders consisting of: 2 volumes devoted to the 1977 Silver Jubilee issue; one to mint GB Regional issues; one to GB decimal issues mostly in Presentation Packs; Isle of Man collection mostly on album pages; and a lovely assortment of Commonwealth countries on Vario and other stockpages with many complete sets and lots of MNH and useful items. The owner's total (presumed) Scott catalogue value is over $1500 on 5 of the 6 binders and is likely very outdated. Estimate= $350.00
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British Commonwealth - Carton of Great Britain, Channel Islands, British Colonies and Commonwealth countries contained in 8 stockbooks, 8 binders/albums as well as loose in envelopes, filling a 1.5 cu ft box. Thousands upon thousands of stamps, with the especially notable being mint modern GB including Presentation Packs, a "British Europe" album with high CV from the early British sets and singles, Isle of Man Christmas Cards, and stockbooks with Australian States, pre-Union South Africa, Ceylon and Mauritius. Hours of fun sorting ahead to get everything in order! Estimate = $450.00
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British Commonwealth - Eclectic accumulation of smaller collections from Southwest Africa, Rhodesia, Nyasaland, Sudan, British Offices Abroad and beyond on stockpages or album pages, 364 stamps in sets and singles. The Falkland Islands KGVI set of 14 is NH with tropicalized (toned) gum and the QEII set of 15 from Jersey is fresh NH. Estimate = $220.00
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British Commonwealth - Fresh MNH collections of overseas territories, consisting of Australian Antarctic Territory #L1/L80, British Indian Ocean Territory #16/89 and Ascension #131/300. The AAT is mounted on SG album pages with the balance neatly arranged and identified on stockpages. 182 stamps in total. 2021 Scott US$356.80 = $446.00
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British Commonwealth - GeoV 1935 Silver Jubilee Series. Mint and used, NEARLY COMPLETE run of all the GeoV 1935 Silver Jubilee Omnibus set, including both common and non-common design types. Appears to be missing only the Ascension, Offices in Morocco, Offices in Morocco (French) and Tangier. Mostly select quality sets, whether in mint or used condition. All neatly laid out for inspection on Hagner stock sheets. With this lot, completion will be child's play! 2022/2023 Scott US$1,276.60= $1,595.75
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British Commonwealth - GeoVI Silver Wedding Omnibus Series. NEARLY COMPLETE set of the 1948-1949 period George VI and Queen Elizabeth (Queen Mother) Silver Wedding Omnibus set, missing only a handful of issues (seven of the Malayan States high values). Almost all VF mint Hinged (Malta, Singapore high values and a smattering of low values are used). A great series from the time when the Monarchy was still the Monarchy. 2022 Scott US$2,073.05= $2,591.31
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British Commonwealth - Island Nations Selection. Group of 28 stamps, identified, valued and lotted by the consignor, all laid out on one Hagner stock sheet, including: Bermuda #9 mint VF all perfs clear of design, #20 mint, 22a mint, 23 mint, 24 mint, 41A mint, 42 mint; Ceylon #99 and 263; Cyprus #55, 76, 81, 82; Falkland Islands #8a, 11 mint nibbed corner; Gibraltar #110b mint; Heligoland #14; Malta #42 mint, 44 mint; New Hebrides #10-16 mint set; Penrhyn Island #5; Seychelles #6 mint, 6a mint NH; 23 mint, 24 mint, 29-32 mint set, 44 mint NH, 118-121 mint set, 130 mint, 132 mint. Take a good look at the scan to determine overall quality and catalogue accuracy. Owner's 2022 Scott US$1,079.45= $1,349.31
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British Commonwealth - Mint and used collection of Fiji and Samoa in 2 stockbooks, also containing samplings of Cook Islands, Gilbert & Ellice, Nauru and Norfolk Island. Most of the value is in the early Classics (issues from 1872) with a variety of Samoan overprints, surcharges and shades. Also of note are the 3 stamps with "APIA KAISERL.DEUTSCHE POSTAGENTUR" postmarks on German Imperial stamps. 440 stamps in total. Aside from light pencil identifications on the pages the 16- and 32-double sided page stockbooks are in like-new condition. Estimate = $250.00
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British Commonwealth - MNH/H collections of 1940-1981 issues from Pitcairn Islands (#1/208) and Norfolk Island (#1/286), 406 stamps in complete sets organized and identified on Hagner stockpages. 2021 Scott US$580.30 = $725.35
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British Commonwealth - Mostly mint hinged collections on Scott Specialty album pages with a focus on QEII issues, consisting of Gilbert & Ellice Islands #37/149, British Solomon Islands #8/194 and Cook Islands #31/242, B1-B7, C4-C11. A total of 355 stamps of issues ranging from 1902 to 1968, with the high values usually NH in mounts. 2021 Scott US$740.30 = $925.35
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British Commonwealth - Selection of collections from the South Pacific consisting of Fiji #44/256 & B1-B4, British Solomon Islands #64//452, Niue #60/342 & C1-C8, Penrhyn Island #35/180 & B1-B3, and Nauru #17/223. Mainly mint (with some used/CTO) and most QEII issues NH. 833 stamps from 1881 to 1981 with the Fiji on Scott 2-post album pages and the rest neatly organized on stockpages. 2021 Scott US$948.90 = $1,186.10
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British Commonwealth - Smaller Collection Aggregation. Useful range of 1860s to 1960s period material from a combined group of smaller collections, the balance of a much larger lot. The material consists of (in no particular order): Guyana #1/33, 1966 to 1967 period, Scott catalogue US$21.10; British Virgin Islands #1/201, 1866 to 1969 period, Scott catalogue US$90.25; Turks #45/52, 1882 to 1889 period, Scott catalogue US$16.50; Turks and Caicos #2/181, 1900 to 1969 period, Scott catalogue US$66.75; Maldive Islands #7/68, 1909 to 1960 period, Scott catalogue US$77.60; Tristan da Cunha #1/131, 1952 to 1969 period, Scott catalogue US$104.90; and finally a miscellaneous lot consisting of Barbuda, Batum, British Antarctic Territory, Brunei, Christmas Island, Nauru, New Guinea, New Hebrides, Niue, Norfolk Island, Pitcairn Islands, Scott catalogue US$639.90. The lot contains over 450 different stamps. Total 2002 Scott US$1,016.80= $1,271.00
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British Commonwealth Selections - Consignor assembled selections of mixed mint and used material from Caribbean and African area British colonies/Commonwealth countries. All used unless noted as mint or NH. The group consists of: British Honduras #4, 12, 14, 36, 37 mint, 40 mint, 52 mint, 53(x 2), 58(x 2); Cayman Islands #1, 2 NH, 10 NH, MR2a (x 2) NH, MR2a mint; Dominica #42, 97 to 102, 104, 106, 108, 109, 158 (all mint); Jamaica, #3, 9, 13 (x 3), 16 (x 2), 24, 32, 60, 62a, 106-108 set, MR11(x 2), all mint except #3 & 9; Nevis #21 mint (x 2); St. Christopher #4 mint, 13; Tobago #2, 25 mint; Gambia #26 mint, 29 mint, 32 mint; Sierra Leone #13, 36, 42, 148, 166-169 mint set, 175 mint, 176 mint; Gold Coast #10, 87, 116a mint, 117a mint, 121a mint, 123a mint, 125, 125a, 1226a mint, 126a; Turks and Caicos #1 mint, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 49, 54, 56 (LR corner cut not included in value). Take a good look at the scans to determine overall condition and accuracy. All identification and valuation has been done by the consignor. Owner's 2022 Scott US$1,911.25= $2,389.06
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British Virgin Islands #21/846 plus Extras. Almost all mint collection/selection/stock of 1899 to 1996 period issues, all laid out on Hagner stock sheets. Loads of complete sets. Also noted "SPECIMEN" overprints, modern imperf blocks, lots of duplicates including sets and high values, plus Back of the Book material. The catalogue total does not include a good number of the duplicates. Add up the numbered and priced tags to assist you in determining what has and hasn't been valued. 2022 Scott US$1,597.75= $1,997.19
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Burma: WWII Japanese Occupation - Old-time (you can tell by the mounts) collection of 1942-1943 period Japanese Occupation issues, consisting of a range of the early "Peacock" overprints on GeoVI definitives, as well as the typographed and lithographed stamps printed in the later war years. If all are genuine, the catalogue value will be significant. They do look good, but forgeries exist. Sold "as is". Estimate= $250.00
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Canada #3Pii. Badly damaged and roughly "restored" plate proof of the famous 12 Penny Black, with diagonal "SPECIMEN" overprint in carmine. Still the Holy Grail of any Canadian collection, rarely seen in ANY condition. 2022 Unitrade = $6,000.00
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Canada #4d. Sound and F/VF four clear margin used example of the orange red 3 penny Beaver imperf on the Scott and Unitrade listed thin paper. 7-ring target cancel. 2023 Scott US$225.00= $281.25
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Canada #5. Used example of the 1855 issue 6p slate grey Consort imperf on wove paper. Good margins on three sides, cut-in at left, otherwise sound. 2023 Scott US$1,150.00= $1,437.50
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Canada #7. Sound used example of the 10p blue Cartier on thin paper. Margins close to cut-in, light and unobtrusive cancel. 2023 Scott US$1,500.00= $1,875.00
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Canada #8. Sound and VF used example of the half penny rose 1857 issue Queen Victoria imperf. Four large margins, light cancel. 2023 Scott US$700.00= $875.00
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Canada #9. Used 1857 issue 7½p green Queen Victoria imperforate on wove paper. Margins close to just in, otherwise sound and lightly cancelled. 2023 Scott US$3,000.00= $3,750.00
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Canada #11. The rare 1858 half penny rose perforated pence issue, Fine/VF used. Very lightly Cancelled and well centered for this provisionally perforated stamp. Only issued for a very short period of time and missing from most collections we see. 2023 Scott US$1,500.00= $1,875.00
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Canada #12. Fine used example of the 1858 issue perforated 3p Beaver. Light 4-ring #21 numeral cancel (Montreal). Comes with a 2022 Vincent Graves Greene photo certificate which states "genuine in all respects". A sound and certified example of this very short usage and rare transitional pence item. 2023 Scott US$1,400.00= $1,750.00
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Canada #12. WITH INSCRIPTION. Used example of the 1859 issue perforated 3 Penny Beaver, faulty lower left corner but with "Wright, Hatch & Edson. New Y" inscricription in lower margin. While some "First Cents" issues are listed in Unitrade as "inscription copies", this issue doesn't list these varieties. Pity! Probably quite rare. A regular #12 catalogues for US$1,400.00 in Scott. Estimate= $200.00
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Canada #13. Forgery. Looks like a used #13 but is most likely a faded and illicitly perforated #5 (the 6p Consort on wove paper). A genuine #13 catalogues for US$7,500.00 in Scott. A nice reference item for Ken Pugh or a convincing looking spacefiller for your collection until you acquire the genuine article. Estimate = $325.00
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Canada #14. SELECTION OF SHADES. Used group of ten 1859 "First Cents" issue 1c Victorias. Generally sound and Fine. Unchecked for printings, papers, perfs or plate flaws but note a decent range of shades and cancels. All valued as the basic Scott listed stamp. The perfect lot for the student of this Classic series. 2023 Scott US$900.00= $1,125.00
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Canada #14/867a, C1/O49. Deluxe hingeless Lighthouse album labeled "CANADA I" on spine containing 749 stamps, mostly mint no gum and used up to 1951 then mint from 1953-1980. The Scott catalogue value for issues up to KGVI plus the Back of the Book is US$2574.40 and the total face value of the Elizabethan section is $65.41 with high values up to two dollars. Estimate = $500.00
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Canada #14-15, 17-20, 17a. Basic used set of 1859 "First Cents" issues, including an additional shade of the 10c Consort. A great looking starter set. 2023 Scott US$1,227.00= $1,534.38
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Canada #18. SELECTION OF SHADES. Used group of ten 1859 "First Cents" issue 12½c Victoria. Generally sound and Fine. Unchecked for printings, perfs or plate flaws but note a decent range of shades. All valued as the basic Scott listed stamp. The perfect lot for the student of this Classic series. 2023 Scott US$1,500.00= $1,875.00
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Canada #21/27. All used selection of 14 Large Queens, all further identified (often by Unitrade) by a very knowledgeable collector for papers, perfs and in some cases cancels. Expect the odd fault in a study group such as this but all have been valued as the basic stamp by Scott catalogue. 2023 Scott US$1,540.00= $1,925.00
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Canada #21/85. All mint Victorian era "Sampler". All sound and F/VF mint H/NH selection of nine different 1868-1898 period issues, consisting of #21 (OG H), 29 (OG H), 34 (NH), 35 (NH), 51 (NH), 52(NH), 66 (NH) and 85 (NH, tiny natural gum skip). A great fault free introduction to the 19th Century issues. Combined 2022 Scott Classic (for the NH prices) and 2023 Scott. 2022/2023 Scott US$875.00= $1,093.75
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Canada #21/88. Generally sound and Fine used selection of 47 different (2 duplicates) used 1868 to 1902 period Victorian era issues. All in basic complete sets. All neatly laid out on one Hagner brand stock sheet. Noted a few very nice VF stamps in the mix. A nice start to a used Queen Victoria collection. 2023 Scott US$3,264.40= $4,080.50
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Canada #21-30. Complete used set of all ten Queen Victoria 1868-1876 issue Large Queens. All valued as the basic Scott listed types. Unchecked for papers or printings. A few minor faults noted in the group but generally sound and F/VF. Get your your Large Queens going with this decent quality "starter set" and add extra shades/papers/perfs of individual stamps from this long running series later. 2023 Scott US$1,160.00 = $1,450.00
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Canada #30e. Very Fine used example of the distinct deep blue shade of the 15c Large Queen. Huge margins, light cancel. Unitrade is $600.00 for VF used. 2023 Scott US$450.00= $562.50
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Canada #33. Sound used example of the 1868 issue 3c bright red Large Queen on the rare and delicate horizontally laid paper. Centered to the upper left and with a lightened pen cancel. Missing from most collections in any condition. 2023 Scott US$2,400.00= $3,000.00
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Canada #34/432. Slightly remaindered collection in a vintage crimson springback album stuffed with pages, mostly mint hinged issues from the Small Queens up to matched sets of plate blocks of 1964 issues. Noted an 8c Jubilee, good representation through the KGV era and Back of the Book material. A total of 2277 stamps and 18 booklet panes, with a useable face value of $117.79 alone. Estimate = $300.00
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Canada #35/41. Unchecked old-time hoard of Small Queens, consisting of 47 copies of the 1c yellow, 329 of the 2c green, 240 of the owner-identified #37 and 563 of #41. As usual for this issue, lots of interest in shades, papers and cancels. Housed on one manila stockpage and in a vintage "NETTO" brand stockbook (along with a small selection of foreign stamps). Expect some faults in the 1179 stamps conservatively valued as Fine by Unitrade. 2022 Unitrade= $821.40
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Canada #38. F/VF mint NH example of the 1876 issue 5c slate green Small Queen.Fresh and decently centered. 2022 Scott Classic for NH US$1,600.00 = $2,000.00
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Afghanistan #966, 986, 990, 991, 1007-1008, 1013. VF mint NH selection of 7 different 1979 to 1982 period issues, all complete singles or sets of two, in quantities ranging from 77 up to 100 of each (mostly 90 to 100 of each). Great topicals, including birds, maps, tourism, children, sheep and telecommunications. Also included in the lot (but not valued) are a couple of dozen different 1960s period souvenir sheets, almost all mint NH. Only valued for the 1979-1982 material. 2023 Scott US$1,073.05=
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Argentina #160/592. Wholesale lot of sheets and blocks of up to 30, thousands of stamps in an unusual Egyptian-themed leather stockbook. Heavy duplication to be expected in these 1910-1951 issues with much Back of the Book material including extensive sections of "Ministerio" overprints (Scott prefix OD). Many overprint varieties to be found within. 2021 Scott US$3880.00 =
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Argentina - plus Chile & Ecuador. Accumulation of collections from South America, mostly hinged or mounted on Scott album pages as well as in stockbooks, old auction pages and loose in cards and envelopes. Thousands of stamps with many complete sets, mostly 1860's to 1960's period with decent representation throughout. All early Argentine Republic and Buenos Aires imperf issues have been assumed to be counterfeits. The conservative estimate is but a small fraction of the total catalogue value. Estimate =
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Australia #1/141, C1-C3. Used collection of 1913-1936 issues featuring many Roos and KGV Heads, 101 stamps hinged to Stanley Gibbons album pages numbered 1 to 7. 2021 Scott US$952.15 =
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Australia #1/206. Lovely lot of 1913-1945 issue Kangaroos and KGV Heads on DAVO pages, all used except for the 1d engraved 1913 issue. With only 3 exceptions all the Roos are correctly placed for watermarks with extras also hinged beside the boxes. The highlight of the 94 stamps is the deep aniline pink shade of the 10sh with watermark 10, plus some shades and an inverted watermark variety. Two faulty stamps not counted. 2022 Scott US$1569.00 =
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Australia #17,21. Incredible specialized reference/study collection of the KGV Head 1d red issue, with 8 examples of the 1d engraved (4 mint and 4 used) and 496 examples of the later issue. Owner’s detailed description notes: Starts with 11 annotated major varieties and 15 minor varieties, then continues onto both shades of the single line perf, 27 shades of smooth paper, 12 shades of rough paper, 4 shades of large multiple watermark (wmk 11) and 2 shades of Die 3. Then 36 copies perf OS on smooth paper, 17 perf OS on rough paper, 7 perf OS NWS, 6 perfins and 1 NWPI overprint, then a cancel collection of used in all 6 states (including Kalgoorlie, WA) and a collection of dated copies from August 1914 through the 1921. Estimate=
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Australia #27/1868. Mint and (mostly) used collection of 1927 to 2000 issues on stockbook pages and stockpages, high degree of completion including both commemorative and definitive issues with denominations up to $20. Nearly 1,550 stamps plus 13 S/S with the section from 1997-2001 used on piece with nice CDS cancels. Great coverage for the period including the KGVI long definitive set with perforation varieties. Estimate=
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Australia #142/966. Used collection of 1934-1985 issues hinged to Stanley Gibbons album pages numbered 8 to 75, plus Back of the Book. A total of 829 stamps with the 466 examples of issues after 1970 conservatively valued at US$0.25 each though denominations reach as high as $10. 2021 Scott US$760.00 =
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Australia and New Zealand Selections - Consignor assembled selections of mixed mint and used material from these two south Pacific Commonwealth countries. The Australian section consists of 77 higher values: #142 mint, 143,143a, 144, 148, 152-154, 159-161, 177-178, 184-187, 218-221, 434-439 MNH, 446 to 449 MNH booklet panes, 450 to 453 complete booklet, 508a, b, c, e, f(2), g MNH, C3(2) and O3. The New Zealand consists of 36 higher values: #67, 116, 101 mint, 126, 128, 147, 156a, 168, 187, 192(2), 193(2), 194, 195(2)229 -241 mint set, 235 mint, 241 mint, 404, B16, B17, J5, O27 and O37. All identification and valuation has been done by the consignor. Owner's 2022 Scott US$960.45=
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Bahamas #100/443. Sound, fresh and F/VF mint H/NH selection of 137 different stamps, 1938 to 1978 GeoVI and QEII period issues, all in complete long definitive and pictorial sets. All laid out on six Hagner brand stock sheets, identified and valued by Scott. Great range of time period and topics. The 1938-1946 issue GeoVI definitives include several premium Stanley Gibbons listed printing/paper/shade varieties, all valued by basic Scott catalogue. 2023 Scott US$677.75=
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Bolivia #20/1018, C1/C349, J1/J9, RA1/RA28, RAC1/RAC2. Plus Other Countries. Bolivia collection of 867 stamps and souvenir sheets, 1878 to 1999 period issues, all laid out on quadrille album pages (total 2022 Scott US$1,124.85). The second part of this lot consists of sheets and part sheets from Costa Rica (2022 Scott US$230.00), Guatemala (2022 Scott US$420.75), Nicaragua (2022 Scott US$108.25), El Salvador (2022 Scott US$223.50), with some SPECIMEN overprints noted in the mix. Buy this lot for the Bolivia collection and play with the other countries. Total 2022 Scott US$2,106.50=
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British Commonwealth - 1949 UPU Omnibus Series. High quality all mint H/NH complete run of 313 stamps, consisting of all complete sets of the common design and non-common design British Commonwealth issues commemorating the 1949 Universal Postal Union 75th Anniversary. All neatly laid out on Hagner brand stock sheets. A classic 20th century series. 2023 Scott US$453.60=
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British Commonwealth - Balance of consignment in 6 black binders consisting of: 2 volumes devoted to the 1977 Silver Jubilee issue; one to mint GB Regional issues; one to GB decimal issues mostly in Presentation Packs; Isle of Man collection mostly on album pages; and a lovely assortment of Commonwealth countries on Vario and other stockpages with many complete sets and lots of MNH and useful items. The owner's total (presumed) Scott catalogue value is over $1500 on 5 of the 6 binders and is likely very outdated. Estimate=
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British Commonwealth - Carton of Great Britain, Channel Islands, British Colonies and Commonwealth countries contained in 8 stockbooks, 8 binders/albums as well as loose in envelopes, filling a 1.5 cu ft box. Thousands upon thousands of stamps, with the especially notable being mint modern GB including Presentation Packs, a "British Europe" album with high CV from the early British sets and singles, Isle of Man Christmas Cards, and stockbooks with Australian States, pre-Union South Africa, Ceylon and Mauritius. Hours of fun sorting ahead to get everything in order! Estimate =
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British Commonwealth - Eclectic accumulation of smaller collections from Southwest Africa, Rhodesia, Nyasaland, Sudan, British Offices Abroad and beyond on stockpages or album pages, 364 stamps in sets and singles. The Falkland Islands KGVI set of 14 is NH with tropicalized (toned) gum and the QEII set of 15 from Jersey is fresh NH. Estimate =
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British Commonwealth - Fresh MNH collections of overseas territories, consisting of Australian Antarctic Territory #L1/L80, British Indian Ocean Territory #16/89 and Ascension #131/300. The AAT is mounted on SG album pages with the balance neatly arranged and identified on stockpages. 182 stamps in total. 2021 Scott US$356.80 =
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British Commonwealth - GeoV 1935 Silver Jubilee Series. Mint and used, NEARLY COMPLETE run of all the GeoV 1935 Silver Jubilee Omnibus set, including both common and non-common design types. Appears to be missing only the Ascension, Offices in Morocco, Offices in Morocco (French) and Tangier. Mostly select quality sets, whether in mint or used condition. All neatly laid out for inspection on Hagner stock sheets. With this lot, completion will be child's play! 2022/2023 Scott US$1,276.60=
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British Commonwealth - GeoVI Silver Wedding Omnibus Series. NEARLY COMPLETE set of the 1948-1949 period George VI and Queen Elizabeth (Queen Mother) Silver Wedding Omnibus set, missing only a handful of issues (seven of the Malayan States high values). Almost all VF mint Hinged (Malta, Singapore high values and a smattering of low values are used). A great series from the time when the Monarchy was still the Monarchy. 2022 Scott US$2,073.05=
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British Commonwealth - Island Nations Selection. Group of 28 stamps, identified, valued and lotted by the consignor, all laid out on one Hagner stock sheet, including: Bermuda #9 mint VF all perfs clear of design, #20 mint, 22a mint, 23 mint, 24 mint, 41A mint, 42 mint; Ceylon #99 and 263; Cyprus #55, 76, 81, 82; Falkland Islands #8a, 11 mint nibbed corner; Gibraltar #110b mint; Heligoland #14; Malta #42 mint, 44 mint; New Hebrides #10-16 mint set; Penrhyn Island #5; Seychelles #6 mint, 6a mint NH; 23 mint, 24 mint, 29-32 mint set, 44 mint NH, 118-121 mint set, 130 mint, 132 mint. Take a good look at the scan to determine overall quality and catalogue accuracy. Owner's 2022 Scott US$1,079.45=
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British Commonwealth - Mint and used collection of Fiji and Samoa in 2 stockbooks, also containing samplings of Cook Islands, Gilbert & Ellice, Nauru and Norfolk Island. Most of the value is in the early Classics (issues from 1872) with a variety of Samoan overprints, surcharges and shades. Also of note are the 3 stamps with "APIA KAISERL.DEUTSCHE POSTAGENTUR" postmarks on German Imperial stamps. 440 stamps in total. Aside from light pencil identifications on the pages the 16- and 32-double sided page stockbooks are in like-new condition. Estimate =
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