Lot: #1

U.S. OFFICIAL COVER SELECTION

includes a group of about 20 various later Official covers, some are imprinted and some have stamps from the 1910 issue, usual mixed condition, mostly used but also includes some unused, a nice group for the specialist in this area, (ENV 250-300)
Opening Bid: $140.00
Lot: #2

U.S. LARGE SIZED FDC'S GROUP

Category: FDC COVERS
includes a couple dozen large sized FDC's of the modern issues, includes Trans-Miss, Bi-Cent., Prexies, also many sheetlets, all are unaddressed, all are Artcraft, quite clean and plenty of catalog value here, (ENV 100-150)
Opening Bid: $30.00
Lot: #3

EXTENSIVE ALASKA POSTAL HISTORY COLLECTION AND ACCUMULATION

Category: MISC. COVERS
there are two basic parts to this group, there are about 1,000 somewhat better covers which are in albums, stock books and loose and then there are about 5,000 covers in seven show cover style boxes jammed packed into three large cartons, these are the bulky part to the lot and includes the majority of the covers and most would retail in the $3-10 range with may be a hundred or so which are worth in the $10-25 range, the albums have many covers with values in the $25-50 range and plenty in the $10-25 range, there is an amazing array of different towns here and may we suspect are really quite scarce, the overall collection is mainly in the 1930-45 range with some later and some earlier(back into the teens and twenties), the overall condition is mixed and there are faults to be expected, there is perhaps 1,000 legal sized Penalty covers, many of the covers are from some of the more famous Alaska postal history collections like: Buchheit(there are a couple thousand various covers from this man), Warren, Anderson, Stanton, Koestler, Moffett, Roe and others, there are a good number of commercial covers included and also a few dozen post cards, without question this is the most extensive Alaska postal history collection we have ever offered and the potential retail value is substantial, we feel at $2.50 a cover this offering is a tremendous bargain given market prices on Alaska postal history being offered online, we have included numerous scans to help any potential bidder with their interest level and evaluation but view this lot in person will be a huge advantage to the specialist in this area as there are certainly several hundred better covers and towns here, if you are a serious student in this area don't let this one slip by as collections with this many covers only come up every few generations, (ENV 15,000-20,000)
Opening Bid: $9000.00
Lot: #4

U.S. MINT COVER AND POSTAL CARD ACCUMULATION

Category: MISC. COVERS
includes several hundred covers and postal cards, there is duplication, mostly modern items, there are 57 Post Card packets in PO packaging($695 face), some other unused cards which include 270 Forever items ($183 face), a box of unused stationary which includes 245 Forever items($210 face), in addition there are about 400+ FDC's which are from the 2006-2012 period, the total face is about $1,080 for the unused material and Forever items, (ENV 500-600)
Opening Bid: $350.00
Lot: #6

U.S. COVER ACCUMULATION

Category: MISC. COVERS
includes thousands of various covers and unused postal stationary, there are about five various albums, a good number of post cards and unused postal cards, there is some mixed worldwide items here, the overall condition is mixed and faults are to be expected, good variety but there is also duplication present, all jammed packed into a large carton, we noticed a few items with values in the $10-25 range but most of this lot is lower value items but still plenty to sort through, (ENV 300-400)
Opening Bid: $160.00
Lot: #7

U.S. COVER ACCUMLATION

Category: MISC. COVERS
includes about 450 various covers, contained in five single pocket double sided cover albums, mostly from the 1930-45 period with a few later, very strong in Military related covers, many "V" day cachets, there are also a number of FDC's and event covers, a few dozen "FREE" posts from WWII, the overall condition is mixed and there are faults to be expected, plenty of interesting covers here, (ENV 200-250)
Opening Bid: $110.00
Lot: #8

EXTENSIVE U.S. MINT CLASSIC COLLECTION

Category: U.S.
includes several dozen mostly different U.S. Classic stamps in mint or unused condition, mounted on Scott album pages, the collection runs to 1893, there are a few used items scattered here and there, the overall condition is mixed with faults to be expected, unused stamps and those that are regummed are cataloged as such, some of the better stamps here include: 1, 3*, 7*, 9*, 13, 15*, 17*, 20*, 23*, 25*, 26A*, 30*, 31, 32-33*, 36*, 56*, 64, 67, 68-70*, 76*, 78*, 86-88*, 91-92*, 96-97*, 116*, 119*, 121*, 134*, 137*, 139*, 141*, 148*, 151*, 152-54*, 160*, 162-63*, 165-66*, 179*, 185*, 187*, 188*(2), 218*, 219D*, 229*; in addition there are seven certificates included in this collection, a huge amount of total catalog value here and certainly a strong amount of "breakable" retail items for auction or the internet, virtually every page from this extensive collection has been scanned and is available for viewing on our website, well worth careful consideration by collectors and dealers alike
Scott Value: $87,000
Opening Bid: $7000.00
Lot: #9

U.S. MINT AND USED ACCUMULATION

Category: U.S.
includes several hundred mixed mint and used singles, contained on 102 cards, good early issues, runs to about 1930 and includes a nice B.O.B. section with Revenues and Ducks, the overall condition here is pretty mixed with faults to be expected but the general centering is very nice with many VF looking stamps, values up to about $1,000 and very few less than $10 each, there is some duplication to be expected but overall a real good mixed of material and value
Scott Value: $36,630
Opening Bid: $4000.00
Lot: #10

U.S. COLLECTION

Category: U.S.
includes several hundred mostly different mint and used, mounted in a Mystic padded album with dust cover, the collection runs to about 1934, the overall condition is mixed with faults to be expected in the early issues but getting much cleaner into the 1900's, there are a few items with certificates, some of the better stamps include: 1(2), 2, 10A, 15, 17, 24*, 25(2), 26A, 32-33, 37, 63*, 65*, 69(*), 71, 73(*), 76(*), 77-78, 78b, 87, 88(*), 96, 97(2), 112, 115-19, 121, 149, 152-54, 163, 165-66, 178(*), 185*, 205*, 208, 215*, 216*(RG), 220c(*), 229, 233**, 235-36**, 238*, 240*, 242*(RG), 255-56*, 260, 287-89*, 290(*), 291, 296**, 299(*), 307**, 312, 327(*), 330*, 369*, 400A*, 403*, 419-20(*), 421(*), 547*, 579; 630**, there is a fair number of unused stamps here, lots of catalog value and plenty of "pullable" items or a great basis for a starter collection, viewing is suggested
Scott Value: $29,900
Opening Bid: $3100.00
Lot: #11

U.S. USED ACCUMULATION

Category: U.S.
includes several hundred various used singles, contained on 102 cards, the overall quality is very mixed and faults are to be expected nearly throughout and some are very poor quality, although there are some VF appearing stamps here, quantities range in the 1-10 range with some up to 20-30 or higher, runs to about the Prexies and also includes some Airmails, Special Delivery, Postage Dues, Officials and other B.O.B. and some Duck stamps, a huge amount of catalog value and still some good sales potential here
Scott Value: $66,700
Opening Bid: $3100.00
Lot: #12

WASHINGTON-FRANKLIN MINT COLLECTION

Category: U.S.
includes a couple hundred mostly different singles and pairs, mounted on Scott album pages, the collection runs from 1908-1920 and also includes some of the commemorative from this same period, some of the better stamps here include: 343-55*, 369*, 397-403*, 405-21*, 424-28*, 430-440*, 444-45*(pairs), 450*(line pair), 457*(line pair), 469*, 475*, 467*, 505*; in addition there are six certificates included with this collection, there are some with minor faults but overall a pretty clean group, also plenty of NH stamps here, a good amount of catalog value and also a good amount of retail value here and well worth a good look
Scott Value: $17,540
Opening Bid: $2100.00
Lot: #13

U.S. MINT COLLECTION, 1900-1908

Category: U.S.
includes several dozen mostly different stamp singles, mounted on Scott album pages, the collection runs from 1900-1908, the overall condition is mixed with faults to be expected, unused stamps and those that are regummed are cataloged as such, some of the better stamps here include: 240*, 242*, 243*, 244*, 249*, 252*, 258-61*, 276-76A*, 285-91*, 294-99*, 323-27*, 328-30*, 331-40*, 342*; there are some with minor faults but overall a pretty clean group, plenty of catalog value and also a good amount of retail value here and well worth a good look
Scott Value: $19,160
Opening Bid: $1800.00
Lot: #14

EXTENSIVE FDC COLLECTION, 1939-2016

Category: U.S.
includes over 7,000 mostly different covers, virtually all are cacheted and all are unaddressed, about 95% are Artcraft covers, this collection is very complete for the period and includes many covers with specialty items like booklets, line pairs, blocks and plate blocks in addition to the singles, the collection is contained in 55 FDC albums most of which are blue Super Safe padded albums, virtually all of which are in excellent condition, there are Regulars, Commems, Airmails, Officials and other B.O.B. issues, there are three large sized albums holding the large cover types #10 size or larger, generally each album contains 144 covers, we noticed hundreds of covers with catalog values exceeding $5 and dozens which are in the $25-100 range, a really amazing and clean collection, the catalog value listed is our estimate but the actual catalog is likely to be higher, well worth a good look
Scott Value: $15,000
Opening Bid: $1300.00
Lot: #15

U.S. BETTER ITEM "SOUND" ACCUMULATION

Category: U.S.
includes several dozen mint and used singles and sets, contained in 102 cards which are identified and cataloged, mostly different, values up to about $250 and virtually every item is over $50, the key here is ALL appear to be sound and without faults, a very easy breakdown and pretty much ready-to-go for retail or internet, there is some B.O.B. material included, don't let this one slip by too cheap
Scott Value: $7,200
Opening Bid: $1600.00
Lot: #16

U.S. MINT COLLECTION, 1922-1940

Category: U.S.
includes a couple hundred mostly different singles, pairs, blocks, and some S/S's, mounted on Scott album pages, the collection runs from 1922-1940 and also includes the commemorative from this same period, quite strong in the Parks and Farley period, the overall condition is slightly mixed with only a few faults scattered, there are several items with values in the $100-200 range and up, in addition there are two certificates included with this collection, also plenty of NH stamps here, take a look at this one
Scott Value: $6,300
Opening Bid: $1200.00
Lot: #17

U.S. MINT ACCUMULATION

Category: U.S.
includes a few hundred various mint or unused singles, contained on 102 cards, the overall quality is very mixed and faults are to be expected nearly throughout, although there are some VF appearing stamps here, quantities range in the 1-3 range with a few higher, runs to about the Prexies and also includes some Airmails, other B.O.B. and some Duck stamps, a large amount of catalog value and still some good sales potential here
Scott Value: $27,180
Opening Bid: $1300.00
Lot: #18

U.S. COLLECTIONS ACCUMULATION

Category: U.S.
includes 11 various albums/stockbooks of U.S. material filling up a large carton, there is mint, used, multiples, B.O.B. and Revenues, good variety but obviously expect duplication, the overall condition is certainly mixed but plenty of clean material too, we notice many items with catalog values in the $25-100 range and much between $10-25 so this is not a junk lot, there is also a good amount of total face value here, hours and hours of fun searching through this one, (ENV 1.500-2,000)
Opening Bid: $1100.00
Lot: #19

U.S. USED ACCUMULATION

Category: U.S.
includes several hundred various used singles and some multiples, contained in 102 cards, there is duplication here with some quantities in the 10-20 range with a few higher, includes many items with values in the $5-25 each and some over $100, the overall condition is very mixed and faults are to be expected, there are some early issues and the lot runs into the 1930's and also includes a section of B.O.B. material, lots of value here
Scott Value: $19,570
Opening Bid: $800.00
Lot: #20

U.S. MINT STOCK ON 102 CARDS

Category: U.S.
includes a few hundred singles and sets, contained in 102 cards which are identified and priced at realistic retail prices, there is duplication, this stock is very clean with may be a scattered fault but there are many VF or better stamps here, generally between #550-700 and a small number of B.O.B. items, there should be a good amount of catalog value here, (ENV 1,250-1,500)
Opening Bid: $800.00