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Africa - Burundi, Guinea, Liberia. Trio of African countries known for producing thematic-rich issues in their post-colonial period. This Harris "Masterwork" binder is nearly filled with mint and used (cancelled to order) issues from the mid-1950’s to mid-1970’s. Many are complete sets, including airmail issues, with a souvenir sheet or mini-sheet popping up once in a while. Includes several better topicals including animal, insect, flowers, space, sports, birds, art etc. Hundreds of stamps here, with condition being overall quite good. Perfect for picking, reselling or building a new collecting area. Estimate = $150.00
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Algeria - Collection of Mostly Earlies. Collection of over 400 different mint Hinged and used 1924 to 1960s period stamps, all neatly organized and Hinged on small format quadrille album pages. Usefully comprehensive, loaded with complete sets, semi-postals, airmails, overprints and more. The perfect lot for the worldwide/French colonies collector looking for a good start to this former French North African colony. Estimate = $200.00
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Anguilla - Mint Never Hinged collection 1967-1979 all neatly arranged on Minkus album pages. A near complete run for this period, which has a wonderful array of topical interest that covers a wide range of topics including airplanes, scouts, art, ships, flowers, shells and "stamps on stamps" (to name a few). Owner’s older catalogue (year unknown) Scott US$477.40 = $644.50
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Australia #1/144. Almost all used collection of 186 stamps, 1913-1934 period GeoV issues. Useful mix of Kangaroos, George Heads and commemoratives. All neatly laid out, identified and valued on two Hagner brand stock sheets. Expect the odd small fault. 2024 Scott US$755.75 = $1,020.25
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Australia - Something for everyone in this accumulation. Do you like ‘Roos? There are a bunch of used examples up to the 2/-. How about KGV "Heads"? Yep, some of them too, including five mint "OS" overprints, including the 5d. Then for the next 60 years there is mint (often corner blocks) and used by the hundred. There is a binder with mostly 1990’s-2005 FDC, maxi-cards, mint presentation sets, postal stationery and a couple of covers. Between the "new issue" cost and the black stockpages, a lot of investment went into this group. Finally, there is also some dealer stock on "102" cards. Great fun and value here. Estimate = $180.00
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Bahamas #16/591a. Attractive, mostly mint, collection from QV to the end of 1985 on quadrilled pages in a burgundy covered "Frank Godden" album. The Victorian era is sparse and mostly used. There are some scattered singles of the "Queen’s Staircase" design, five nice "Seal of Bahamas" and a fresh mint Silver Jubilee set. The collection starts to take off with King George VI definitives to 5/-, and the first two "long" QEII definitive sets are mint to the pound and appear to be Never Hinged. From there to the end of the collection, there are very few stamps missing and some are supplemented by used examples. Very fresh, mostly Never Hinged. The catalogue value will add up quickly here. Estimate = $160.00
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Barbuda #12-20 plus others. Mint Sheet Folder containing over 100 mint Never Hinged sheets of 50 stamps, primarily the map illustrated series of 1968, with a smattering of Christmas sheets as well. Very clean Post Office stock, with over 5000 stamps in total. Even at the minimum Scott catalogue value, these would add up to quickly! Estimate = $120.00
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Belgium - Small holding of classic earlier on stock / album pages, paired with post-war (to about 1990) sheetlets, souvenir sheets and a few presentation cards. Lots of King Leopold issues, a forgery of #102 and a range of interesting (mostly used) earlier issues. Significant catalogue value here, but in need of a good sort! Estimate = $140.00
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Bermuda #22/48a. All Fine/Very Fine mint Lightly Hinged (some Never Hinged) selection of 18 different 1884-1924 period issues. Of particular note are the ¼p to 1sh GeoV "Caravel" issues including all the Scott Classic catalogue listed shades. All well organized on one Hagner stock sheet. 2024 Scott Classic US$250.20 = $337.75
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Bermuda #40-48a, 105-114, 81-93, 100-103, MR1-MR2 Plus Shades. All Fine/Very Fine used selection of 1910-1924 GeoV "Caravel" issues, plus the 1935 Silver Jubilee set of 4 and the later 1922-1934 "Caravel" issues . Of particular note are the wide range of "Caravel" shades and types, both Scott Classic catalogue listed and Stanley Gibbons listed varieties. Conservatively valued by Scott Classic only. The examples of the 1p carmine value have all been conservatively valued as the cheapest type (to avoid mis-identification). All well organized on two stock sheets. 2024 Scott Classic US$358.15 = $483.50
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Bermuda #81-93, 100-103, MR1-MR2 Plus Shades. All Fine/Very Fine mint Lightly Hinged (some Never Hinged) selection of 32 of the 1922-1934 GeoV "Caravel" issues, plus the 1935 Silver Jubilee set of 4. Of particular note are the wide range of "Caravel" shades and types, both Scott Classic catalogue listed and Stanley Gibbons listed varieties. Conservatively valued by Scott Classic only. The six examples of the 1p carmine value have all been conservatively valued as the cheapest type (to avoid mis-identification). All well organized on one Hagner stock sheet. 2024 Scott Classic US$382.85 = $516.85
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Bermuda #115/132 Plus Shades and Perfs. Superior quality all CDS used duplicated selection of 1937 to 1951 period GeoVI issues, beginning with the 1937 Coronation set and including a wide range of both perf 13 x 13 and perf 14 x 14 high value "Key Plates" in a useful range of shades. All the key plates have been sorted by perf only, then VERY conservatively valued as the most common shade in that particular perf gauge. Huge upside for the specialist using Stanley Gibbons or other more detailed references. Take a good look at the scans to appreciate the scope and quality of this group. 2024 Scott Classic US$849.65 = $1,147.05
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Bermuda #127 and Varieties Hoard. Clean group of 92 fiscally used GeoVI 12sh6p high value keyplates in a wide range of Scott and Stanley Gibbons listed shades and in both perf 13 x 13 and perf 14 x 14. Most have been cancelled with a single punch hole. As the least expensive type, the Scott catalogue for a postally used #127a is US$60.00 (x 92=US$5,520.00=$7,452.00 CDN @1.35). Here's your chance to get a useful research group of this popular issue at a fraction of the Scott or Stanley Gibbons catalogue value. On one page we've stacked several pairs of stamps to "plug" the holes and improve the appearance significantly. There's a very good chance that some of the scarcer printings are here. Maybe a "lemon yellow" or two? Estimate = $325.00
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Bermuda - Stanley Gibbons #116, 117, 118, 119, 120a. Five mint Hinged/Never Hinged 1938 "first printing" GeoVI high value "Keyplates", consisting of the 2sh, 2sh6p, 5sh, 10sh and 12sh6p values. All readily identifiable by the mottled brownish gum that Scott does not take into account. 2020 Stanley Gibbons £935.00 = $1,600.00
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British America - Bahamas, Bermuda, St. Lucia, Antigua, Barbuda and Turks and Caicos Islands. A range of collection fragments, single page auction lots or "102" cards (Bermuda) from dealer purchases were the sources for this interesting range of Caribbean material. A mix of mint and used, running from early Victorian issues up to the 1980’s. Significant catalogue value here. Start a collection, expand a collection, build circuit books, enhance your club auction. Lots of potential here, and well below the owner’s original purchase price at our estimated value. Estimate = $140.00
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British Caribbean Group - A useful selection of 128 used Victorian and Edwardian singles from Grenada, Barbados, British Guiana, Jamaica and Montserrat. Generally Fine + and lightly cancelled, though some earlier items are in the usual mixed condition. We noted a Grenada #2 and a Barbados #37. The owner has Scott numbers and valuations identified for each stamp. A good opportunity to fill in or upgrade your British West Indies. Owner's 2021 Scott US$1,220.00= $1,647.00
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British Commonwealth - 1949 UPU Omnibus Series. All mint Never Hinged nearly complete run of 302 stamps (missing only Pitcairn Islands, Burma, Egypt and Pakistan), consisting of complete sets of both 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. 2024 Scott US$436.00= $588.60
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British Commonwealth - A British Pacific offering in a Lighthouse 3-ring binder (with matching slipcase) containing 70x Vario-brand stockpages (most 4-7 strips). All from the post-war era up to the early 1980’s, when these islands were developing their own design and topic styles. The condition is generally excellent, with lots of mint (mostly Never Hinged) and a bit of used. Includes overprints, revalues, souvenir sheets and a bit of back of the book, much of which was already identified by the previous owner. We noted Norfolk Island including #42, Nauru (with denominations to 5/-, Papua New Guinea, Tuvalu, Penrhyn, Cook Islands, Aitutaki, Niue, Samoa. Over 1500 stamps in total, with lots of sets and tropical topical interest (e.g. birds, fish, boats, planes). The album and pages alone would cost what we have estimated this lot at. Estimate = $200.00
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British Commonwealth - A bundle of a collector's purchases, compiled within a small box and containing Papua New Guinea, St. Vincent, Anguilla, Australia, North Borneo, Grenada, Barbados, Jamaica, Bahamas, Turks and Caicos, Guyana, Falklands, British Indian Ocean Territory, Fiji (including some partial sheets from the 1940’s) and lots of Malayan States. Just a disorganized mess of stockpages, dealer cards, auction lots (untouched as purchased), for which the owner likely paid over $1000.00 at least 20 years ago. More mint than used, but take a good look at the scans to get an idea of what this treasure trove entails. Estimate = $200.00
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British Commonwealth - A fun mess of small cards or sleeves with some better sets, singles and souvenir sheets. A wide range from classic Queen Victoria up to about 1990. No obvious theme, other than the stamps fall under the British Empire - didn’t see and GB, Canada, Australia or New Zealand, but there is Caribbean, Africa, and something from just about everywhere. A few are auction or bidboard lots (bought but never processed by the previous owner). This grouping likely cost the original owner over $1000.00. Perfect for the reseller or the worldwide collector. Estimate = $200.00
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British Commonwealth - A gaggle of full-page (sized) items from many corners of the Commonwealth. In order of appearance, there is some QEII St. Helena, a British Africa "remainder" collection (previous auction estimate $100.00), notable mint and used Sudan, British Caribbean, North Borneo, Tristan da Cunha, five mint 1948 Royal Wedding sets, Seychelles, Pitcairn Islands, Labuan (Fournier forgeries), Kiribati, Gilbert and Ellice Islands, a nice Bahrain grouping and some large mint blocks of Transvaal, Fiji, South Orkneys and Pitcairn Islands (Princess Di). Substantial value here. Estimate = $250.00
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British Commonwealth - Aitutaki #7/36 Niue #6/105 and Penrhyn Island #1/34. A New Zealand administration era group, mostly mint collection on an album page and other black stockpages. Most have been identified by the previous owner and include overprints on New Zealand QV to GeoV issues, as well as the first set or two of the "Captain Cook" common design issues. Most are fresher than usually seen, with a wide range of condition on the back. Most are Hinged (a couple may have no gum), and a couple show signs of some minor oxidation. The few used stamps and any odd duplicates were not counted in the catalogue value which includes.. Aitutaki ($121.65), Niue ($184.15) and Penrhyn Island ($203.65). Total 2023 Scott US$509.45 = $687.76
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British Commonwealth - Bankers box with a wide range of bits and pieces. For those who love a treasure hunt, there is a large plastic bag with bits and pieces of dealer stockcards, album remnants and retired circuit books covering QV to the 1980’s. Noted some better singles and sets here and even a bit of Elvis. If you like the King, there is a bunch more royalty issues here including 1953 Coronation, Princess Anne Royal Wedding, Silver Jubilee, Charles and Di, and the death of Princess Di in various formats, including in a 32-page Filex stockbook (cover a bit damaged) and a near new Commonwealth Day commemorative album from the early 1980’s. Keep what you want, sell the rest! Lots of value here. Estimate = $130.00
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British Commonwealth - Bountiful bundle of bits and bobs from a large collection. Mounted selections include Anguilla, Disney (from several colonies), Edward VII Great Britain (used), Bermuda and Kiribati (circa 1980) and Ireland. More classic material includes earlier Bahamas, Sierra Leone, used selection of 1935 Silver Jubilee and mint UPU sets with better sets, such as the first Falkland Island QEII birds definitives. To top it off there are a dozen St. Vincent "Automobile" progressive proofs, most in full panes (we can’t imagine the original cost on this…but it would be substantial). Estimate = $200.00
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British Commonwealth - Collection in Four Volumes. Mint and used general collections of British Colonial material. All Hinged on quadrille album pages and housed in four 3-ring binders. Noted material from British Africa, the South Pacific and Australasia, the West Indies and British America, Hong Kong, the South Atlantic, the Indian Ocean and more. While the collection is mainly a "sampler" type, there are thousands of different stamps here, Victorian through Elizabethan eras, so pleasant surprises in the form of better sets and singles can be expected. Estimate = $350.00
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British Commonwealth - Cook Islands #22/132, Samoa #114/154a, Penrhyn Island #1/27 and Niue #73/104. Three stockpages containing four British Pacific colonies under New Zealand Administration. An attractive mint group of singles and sets issued up to 1940. The Cook Islands is the best, with some nice Queen Makea Tatau and Torea (bird) issue, followed by KGV and representation of the Captain Cook to the Centennial issues (catalogues $384.70). The Samoan Material is all overprints on NZ stamps, from EdwardVII to GeoV, "Peace" and the 2/- Admiral plus the "hut" set up to 1/- (catalogues $159.45). The Penrhyn and Niue is of a similar era with catalogue values of $44.75. Most with very fresh appearance, the gum is lightly hinged to very heavily hinged (a couple may have no gum). Above average condition for stamps from this corner of the world. Total 2023 Scott US$588.90 = $795.02
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British Commonwealth - Copy paper box of two minds. The first is the remnants of a dealer stock, including several single colony collections, including Zanzibar, Turks and Caicos, Virgin Islands, etc. followed by manila stockcards and bundles of "102" cards with more modern, mostly mint sets and a large binder with an older collection showing "the sun not setting". The other half of the box is Omnibus issues, including a good collection of QEII Silver Jubilee issues, 1953 Coronation and the 1982 Commonwealth Day. While a bit disorganized, there should be lots of goodies hiding here. Estimate = $160.00
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British Commonwealth - GeoVI Mint Never Hinged Sampler. Sometimes heavily duplicated accumulation of GeoVI period issues from Burma, St. Vincent, Mauritius, Southern Rhodesia, Ceylon and KUT. No complete sets and not many stamps cataloguing over $5.00. See the hand-written inventory for full details. 2024 Scott US$1,178.40 = $1,579.00
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British Commonwealth - Small brown covered Lighthouse stockbook with 16 pages of intrigue. The first page is typical, in that it has some lower value used Bermuda, Gibraltar and Trinidad and Tobago, followed by four used Great Britain Seahorses. Subsequent pages have KUT, New Zealand, Bahamas, British Guiana, then returning to some interesting British issues from the QV period before going back to British America, Africa, Ceylon, India and Australia states. In the last four pages there is some better GB including 10 never hinged values from the "Jubilee" issue (Scott $372.50 as hinged), and some never hinged "Wildings". A neat little book of collector’s duplicates. Estimate = $150.00
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British Commonwealth - Three countries: Great Britain, Bahamas and Barbados collection/accumulation on 55 black Vario-brand pages (most 7 or 8 strips) in a nice blue Lighthouse 3-ring binder with matching slipcase. The stamps are more used than mint, with up to 20 of a each in places, issued between Victorian times up to about 1975. The best is the Great Britain, with some good-looking QV singles (and some revenues), 6 "Seahorses" and a nice run of mint QEII "Wildings" including graphite lines. The Bahamas and Barbados are attractive, and not often seen, but often missing more valuable stamps. Expect some faults in the earlier material, but lots of potential here (including postmarks). The album and pages alone retail for about $140.00! Estimate = $160.00
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Brunei #N7. Partial mint Never Hinged sheet issued under Japanese occupation. Although showing the "Village of Brunei" issue of 1930, this denomination was not regularly issued in the gray shade, and is only known with the Japanese Occupation overprint. Never hinged, with minor damage in the selvedge only. Gum shows some relatively even tropical aging, probably not unusual for an issue of this nature. 2023 Scott US$2,880.00 = $3,888.00
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Burma - GeoVI Mint Never Hinged Sampler. Sometimes heavily duplicated accumulation of mint Never Hinged GeoVI period issues from Burma. No complete sets, but some stamps cataloguing in the $5.00-$25.00 range. See the hand-written inventory for full details. 2024 Scott US$1,576.60 = $2,128.40
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Canada #2. Sound used example of the 1851 issue 6p Consort on vertically laid paper. Light and unobtrusive cancel. Margins at sides, just in at top and bottom. Still a fault-free Canadian Pence Issue classic. 2024 Scott US$1500.00 = $2,025.00
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Canada #14. Sound and Fine (but not quite fresh) mint no gum example of the 1859 issue 1c rose Victoria. A good start to a mint "First Cents" set. 2024 Scott US$750.00= $1,012.50
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canada #14. 4-Ring Numerals on "First Cents" Issues. Mixed condition (expect a few faults) used selection of fourteen 1859-1864 period decimal issues, all postmarked with 4-ring numeral cancels. While the quality of strikes varies, some decent and scarcer strikes were noted in the mix. Estimate = $200.00
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Canada #14, 14a Plus Extras Study Lot. Used group of twenty 1c Victorias from the 1859 "First Cents" issue, selected at random from an old-time hoard. Unchecked for shades, papers, perfs or plate varieties. Generally sound and Fine or better, but expect the odd small fault in a lot of this type. A great assemblage of these popular classics, perfect for the student of early Canadian issues. All valued as the basic (and least expensive) type by Scott catalogue. 2024 Scott US$1,800.00 = $2,430.00
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Canada #14/302. Clean, organized, identified and priced mint and used dealer stock on 142 different style #102 dealer cards. All regular issues (no "Back of the Book") ranging from 1859 "First Cents" up to the 1951 issue $1.00 "Fisheries". Loaded with conservatively valued (by owner using Unitrade catalogue) mint and used singles and sets. Noted Large and Small Queens, other Victorian era issues, Edwardian era including Tercentenaries, GeoV Admirals, Bluenoses, and comprehensive material up to the end of the reign of GeoVI. The total Unitrade catalogue value (as determined by the owner) is $9,375.25. Clearly catalogued and net priced on each sales card. Priced by owner to sell retail at = $3,799.50
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Canada #14/336a. All used 1859 to 1954 period collection of 658 stamps, all neatly Hinged on quadrille album pages. Highlights of the collection include complete sets of QV "Leafs", "Numerals", Edward VII definitives, GeoV "Scroll" and "Arch/Leaf" sets and an intact plate block of the $1.00 "Destroyer" as well as comprehensive representation of most other issues from this period. Lots of useful and pretty material in this lot! 2024 Scott US$2,948.20 = $3,980.10
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Canada #14-15 MULTIPLES. Three used pairs and one strip of three of the 1859 issue 1c rose Victoria and two used pairs of the 5c vermilion Beaver from the First Cents series. Some minor separation noted, sensibly Hinge re-enforced. A useful group for plating. 2024 Scott US$960.00 = $1,296.00
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Canada #14-15, 17-20. Sound and Fine basic used set of 1859-1864 "First Cents" issues. A respectable and decent starter set. Expect a small fault or two. 2024 Scott US$1,027.50 = $1,387.13
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Canada #15. Fresh and Fine mint no gum example of the 1859 issue 5c vermilion "Beaver". A decent quality example of this well-known "First Cents" classic. 2024 Scott US$800.00 = $1,080.00
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Canada #15 Study Lot. Mixed condition study lot of 32 used 1859 "First Cents" issue 5c vermilion "Beaver". While you can expect some faults, none of the stamps have been checked for shades, papers, perfs or plate varieties. Great range of postmarks including legible CDS. All valued as the basic Scott listed type. 2024 Scott US$1,200.00 = $1,620.00
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Canada #17 (x 6), 18 (x 4) Shades. Used group of 1859 "First Cents" issues consisting of the 10c "Consort" x 6 examples and the 12½c "Victoria" x 4 examples. Note a useful range of shades, perfs, papers and printings. All valued as the basic stamp by Scott catalogue. 2024 Scott1,650.00 = $2,227.50
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Canada #18. Mint full gum (minor adhesions) example of the 1859 "First Cents" issue 12 ½ c yellow green Victoria. A sound and very presentable Canadian Classic. 2024 Scott US$2000.00 = $2,700.00
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Canada #19. Mint OG (original gum) Hinge Remnant example of the 17c blue Cartier from the 1859 "First Cents" series. Centered to the lower right, otherwise sound and scarce! 2024 Scott US$3000.00 = $4,050.00
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Canada #21/1408. Mostly used (some mint in the more recent) collection of 1,438 stamps, 1868 to 1992 period issues. All housed in very neatly laid out black mounts on 3-ring quadrille pages. The lot is only valued for the first 341 stamps (#21/336), from 1868 up to 1952, with the more recent 1,097 stamps not valued. Lots of complete sets and Very Fine stamps in the mix! 2024 Scott (up to #336 only) US$3,950.45 = $5,333.10
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Canada #25. Mint no gum example of the 1868 issue 3c red Large Queen. Small perf fault at bottom but still a scarce stamp in mint condition. Valued as mint no gum. 2024 Scott US$1,900.00 = $2,565.00
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Canada #27c. Fine mint (traces of gum) example of the 1868 issue 6c dark brown Large Queen on thin paper. An early printing with crisp design details. Small perf fault at upper left noted for the record. Valued as mint no gum. 2024 Scott US$1,650.00 = $2,227.50
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Canada #28. Very Fine centered mint disturbed OG Hinge Remnant example of the 1868 issue 12½c blue Large Queen. Great colour, sharp impression. 2024 Scott US$1,750.00 = $2,025.00
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Canada #34/306, MR1-MR5. All Fine mint OG Hinged collection of 212 different 1870 to 1951 issue stamps, all laid out on two Hagner stock sheets. The group includes a nice sampler range of Small Queens, Jubilees, Leafs, Numerals, Xmas Maps, Edwards, Tercentenaries, Admirals and Scrolls plus more, including commemorative sets, coils and imperfs. While the odd small fault is to be expected, there are more than enough Fine stamps in the selection to satisfy the collector. This lot is the perfect mint Canadian starter collection for the collector who doesn't mind a bit of hinging. 2024 Scott US$4,494.50 = $6,067.60
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Africa - Burundi, Guinea, Liberia. Trio of African countries known for producing thematic-rich issues in their post-colonial period. This Harris "Masterwork" binder is nearly filled with mint and used (cancelled to order) issues from the mid-1950’s to mid-1970’s. Many are complete sets, including airmail issues, with a souvenir sheet or mini-sheet popping up once in a while. Includes several better topicals including animal, insect, flowers, space, sports, birds, art etc. Hundreds of stamps here, with condition being overall quite good. Perfect for picking, reselling or building a new collecting area. Estimate =
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Algeria - Collection of Mostly Earlies. Collection of over 400 different mint Hinged and used 1924 to 1960s period stamps, all neatly organized and Hinged on small format quadrille album pages. Usefully comprehensive, loaded with complete sets, semi-postals, airmails, overprints and more. The perfect lot for the worldwide/French colonies collector looking for a good start to this former French North African colony. Estimate =
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Anguilla - Mint Never Hinged collection 1967-1979 all neatly arranged on Minkus album pages. A near complete run for this period, which has a wonderful array of topical interest that covers a wide range of topics including airplanes, scouts, art, ships, flowers, shells and "stamps on stamps" (to name a few). Owner’s older catalogue (year unknown) Scott US$477.40 =
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Australia #1/144. Almost all used collection of 186 stamps, 1913-1934 period GeoV issues. Useful mix of Kangaroos, George Heads and commemoratives. All neatly laid out, identified and valued on two Hagner brand stock sheets. Expect the odd small fault. 2024 Scott US$755.75 =
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Australia - Something for everyone in this accumulation. Do you like ‘Roos? There are a bunch of used examples up to the 2/-. How about KGV "Heads"? Yep, some of them too, including five mint "OS" overprints, including the 5d. Then for the next 60 years there is mint (often corner blocks) and used by the hundred. There is a binder with mostly 1990’s-2005 FDC, maxi-cards, mint presentation sets, postal stationery and a couple of covers. Between the "new issue" cost and the black stockpages, a lot of investment went into this group. Finally, there is also some dealer stock on "102" cards. Great fun and value here. Estimate =
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Bahamas #16/591a. Attractive, mostly mint, collection from QV to the end of 1985 on quadrilled pages in a burgundy covered "Frank Godden" album. The Victorian era is sparse and mostly used. There are some scattered singles of the "Queen’s Staircase" design, five nice "Seal of Bahamas" and a fresh mint Silver Jubilee set. The collection starts to take off with King George VI definitives to 5/-, and the first two "long" QEII definitive sets are mint to the pound and appear to be Never Hinged. From there to the end of the collection, there are very few stamps missing and some are supplemented by used examples. Very fresh, mostly Never Hinged. The catalogue value will add up quickly here. Estimate =
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Barbuda #12-20 plus others. Mint Sheet Folder containing over 100 mint Never Hinged sheets of 50 stamps, primarily the map illustrated series of 1968, with a smattering of Christmas sheets as well. Very clean Post Office stock, with over 5000 stamps in total. Even at the minimum Scott catalogue value, these would add up to quickly! Estimate =
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Belgium - Small holding of classic earlier on stock / album pages, paired with post-war (to about 1990) sheetlets, souvenir sheets and a few presentation cards. Lots of King Leopold issues, a forgery of #102 and a range of interesting (mostly used) earlier issues. Significant catalogue value here, but in need of a good sort! Estimate =
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Bermuda #22/48a. All Fine/Very Fine mint Lightly Hinged (some Never Hinged) selection of 18 different 1884-1924 period issues. Of particular note are the ¼p to 1sh GeoV "Caravel" issues including all the Scott Classic catalogue listed shades. All well organized on one Hagner stock sheet. 2024 Scott Classic US$250.20 =
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Bermuda #40-48a, 105-114, 81-93, 100-103, MR1-MR2 Plus Shades. All Fine/Very Fine used selection of 1910-1924 GeoV "Caravel" issues, plus the 1935 Silver Jubilee set of 4 and the later 1922-1934 "Caravel" issues . Of particular note are the wide range of "Caravel" shades and types, both Scott Classic catalogue listed and Stanley Gibbons listed varieties. Conservatively valued by Scott Classic only. The examples of the 1p carmine value have all been conservatively valued as the cheapest type (to avoid mis-identification). All well organized on two stock sheets. 2024 Scott Classic US$358.15 =
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Bermuda #81-93, 100-103, MR1-MR2 Plus Shades. All Fine/Very Fine mint Lightly Hinged (some Never Hinged) selection of 32 of the 1922-1934 GeoV "Caravel" issues, plus the 1935 Silver Jubilee set of 4. Of particular note are the wide range of "Caravel" shades and types, both Scott Classic catalogue listed and Stanley Gibbons listed varieties. Conservatively valued by Scott Classic only. The six examples of the 1p carmine value have all been conservatively valued as the cheapest type (to avoid mis-identification). All well organized on one Hagner stock sheet. 2024 Scott Classic US$382.85 =
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Bermuda #115/132 Plus Shades and Perfs. Superior quality all CDS used duplicated selection of 1937 to 1951 period GeoVI issues, beginning with the 1937 Coronation set and including a wide range of both perf 13 x 13 and perf 14 x 14 high value "Key Plates" in a useful range of shades. All the key plates have been sorted by perf only, then VERY conservatively valued as the most common shade in that particular perf gauge. Huge upside for the specialist using Stanley Gibbons or other more detailed references. Take a good look at the scans to appreciate the scope and quality of this group. 2024 Scott Classic US$849.65 =
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Bermuda #127 and Varieties Hoard. Clean group of 92 fiscally used GeoVI 12sh6p high value keyplates in a wide range of Scott and Stanley Gibbons listed shades and in both perf 13 x 13 and perf 14 x 14. Most have been cancelled with a single punch hole. As the least expensive type, the Scott catalogue for a postally used #127a is US$60.00 (x 92=US$5,520.00=$7,452.00 CDN @1.35). Here's your chance to get a useful research group of this popular issue at a fraction of the Scott or Stanley Gibbons catalogue value. On one page we've stacked several pairs of stamps to "plug" the holes and improve the appearance significantly. There's a very good chance that some of the scarcer printings are here. Maybe a "lemon yellow" or two? Estimate =
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Bermuda - Stanley Gibbons #116, 117, 118, 119, 120a. Five mint Hinged/Never Hinged 1938 "first printing" GeoVI high value "Keyplates", consisting of the 2sh, 2sh6p, 5sh, 10sh and 12sh6p values. All readily identifiable by the mottled brownish gum that Scott does not take into account. 2020 Stanley Gibbons £935.00 =
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British America - Bahamas, Bermuda, St. Lucia, Antigua, Barbuda and Turks and Caicos Islands. A range of collection fragments, single page auction lots or "102" cards (Bermuda) from dealer purchases were the sources for this interesting range of Caribbean material. A mix of mint and used, running from early Victorian issues up to the 1980’s. Significant catalogue value here. Start a collection, expand a collection, build circuit books, enhance your club auction. Lots of potential here, and well below the owner’s original purchase price at our estimated value. Estimate =
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British Caribbean Group - A useful selection of 128 used Victorian and Edwardian singles from Grenada, Barbados, British Guiana, Jamaica and Montserrat. Generally Fine + and lightly cancelled, though some earlier items are in the usual mixed condition. We noted a Grenada #2 and a Barbados #37. The owner has Scott numbers and valuations identified for each stamp. A good opportunity to fill in or upgrade your British West Indies. Owner's 2021 Scott US$1,220.00=
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British Commonwealth - 1949 UPU Omnibus Series. All mint Never Hinged nearly complete run of 302 stamps (missing only Pitcairn Islands, Burma, Egypt and Pakistan), consisting of complete sets of both 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. 2024 Scott US$436.00=
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British Commonwealth - A British Pacific offering in a Lighthouse 3-ring binder (with matching slipcase) containing 70x Vario-brand stockpages (most 4-7 strips). All from the post-war era up to the early 1980’s, when these islands were developing their own design and topic styles. The condition is generally excellent, with lots of mint (mostly Never Hinged) and a bit of used. Includes overprints, revalues, souvenir sheets and a bit of back of the book, much of which was already identified by the previous owner. We noted Norfolk Island including #42, Nauru (with denominations to 5/-, Papua New Guinea, Tuvalu, Penrhyn, Cook Islands, Aitutaki, Niue, Samoa. Over 1500 stamps in total, with lots of sets and tropical topical interest (e.g. birds, fish, boats, planes). The album and pages alone would cost what we have estimated this lot at. Estimate =
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British Commonwealth - A bundle of a collector's purchases, compiled within a small box and containing Papua New Guinea, St. Vincent, Anguilla, Australia, North Borneo, Grenada, Barbados, Jamaica, Bahamas, Turks and Caicos, Guyana, Falklands, British Indian Ocean Territory, Fiji (including some partial sheets from the 1940’s) and lots of Malayan States. Just a disorganized mess of stockpages, dealer cards, auction lots (untouched as purchased), for which the owner likely paid over $1000.00 at least 20 years ago. More mint than used, but take a good look at the scans to get an idea of what this treasure trove entails. Estimate =
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British Commonwealth - A fun mess of small cards or sleeves with some better sets, singles and souvenir sheets. A wide range from classic Queen Victoria up to about 1990. No obvious theme, other than the stamps fall under the British Empire - didn’t see and GB, Canada, Australia or New Zealand, but there is Caribbean, Africa, and something from just about everywhere. A few are auction or bidboard lots (bought but never processed by the previous owner). This grouping likely cost the original owner over $1000.00. Perfect for the reseller or the worldwide collector. Estimate =
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