FEATURED ITEM LOT 2005 - SALE 759 Powerful & Highly Complete Intact Estate Collection of Mint and Used, 1847-1976. Including all the key stamps, mostly used in the classics until 1873 where the focus became predominantly unused, listed as mounted
Closing August 6-7 2021
FEATURED ITEM LOT 2585 - SALE 759 Worldwide, 70 Volume WW Mint Postal Stationery Collection, 1855-2005. A lovely, keenly assembled collection of perhaps 6,250-6,500 items alphabetically assembled and annotated from Aden through Zanzibar; housed in 70 uniform G&K binders, the coverage runs mostly from the 19th century through the WWII years; includes strong postal cards, plus lettercards, entires, wrappers, pneumatic postcards, feldpost cards
Closing August 6-7, 2021
FEATURED ITEM LOT 2190 - SALE 759 United States Card and India Proof Stock, 1857-1894. Very fresh and mostly sound huge stock of proofs, many complete sets and incredibly popular. This may be the only offering of this size to come on the market in quite some time. Copy of inventory list is available upon request
Closing August 6-7, 2021
FEATURED ITEM LOT 2607 - SALE 759 Worldwide, Simply Magnificent All Mint in 54 Volumes, 1934-2014. Wonderfully diverse, true worldwide selection of tens of thousands of sets and singles; minimal duplication noted; keenly assembled in 54 pristine and highly serviceable 2 inch stock books; all are mint with strength in post WW II to the very recent, with scores of newer issues from nations that you just don't see in the market; the Great Britain and Empire issues are remarkable

Closing August 6-7, 2021
FEATURED ITEM LOT 2405 - SALE 759 Cuba, Sensational Four-Volume Collection, 1855-1929. Most definitely not your grandfather's collection—even grandpa would be envious of this outstanding holding, all neatly mounted on homemade pages; selected with a keen eye for condition and quality, this collection offers a rarely encountered depth and breadth of material
Closing August 6-7, 2021

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