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Pipex Stamp Show, Portland, Oregon


U.S. Postal History Collections
 
 
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Lot 279
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, Various Flight Categories, 553 singles or matched sets, 11 diff. categories incl. Trans-Oceanic (54 - retail $1,836); Ohio aviation (113 - $1, 360), sleeved and priced with few identified, few with Foreign adhesives, mid 20th Century except Shuttle related and "X24B" flights (1980's period), retail mostly $8-20 range, total retail $7505, fine overall.
Estimate $800-1,000.
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$525
Lot 280
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, Collector's Accumulation, approx. 14 thousand 19th Century to modern incl. hand colored, stationery, Officials, events, Airs, FDC's, censored, first flights, good selection of Alaska, good money maker for dollar dealer, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $450-550.
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$230
Lot 281
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, Covers With Some Ephemera, 200+, 19th and 20th Century, wide variety 3c Washington-Franklins, multiple on pkg. piece with label c.1918, 1898 Soldier's letter, 2 covers to noted sculptor Adelaide Johnson, 1937 Puerto Rico color promo cover, 1850's-60's Pension Dept. fancy official cover, 1863 Mass. Cavalry document, few Hawaii Boy Scout covers 1945, RFK 1965 printed free frank, 1870's-80's telegrams, England to Chicago, etc., mostly Fine or better.
Estimate $350-400.
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$190
Lot 282
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, Better 19th Century Group, Over 170 earlier covers, some stampless and Postal Stationery, mostly 1850's to 1870's, a useful group, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $350-400.
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$170
Lot 283
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, Fascinating Accumulation, About 300, 1850's to modern including flights, few FDC's, and group of better 19th Century including #17 pair (faulty) on cover to Liverpool, #115 on cover, and 1960 cover to Cuba, worth a close look, Fine or better.
Estimate $300-400.
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$140
Lot 284
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, 19th Century Group, Several hundred ranging from the stampless/folded letter era up through the 1890's, dealer retail values from not very much up to about $25 or so, many sleeved and/or priced, incl. Foreign destinations, commemoratives, Bank Notes, ads and corner cards, a few registered, quite a few ancillary markings, some otherwise "better" items with condition issues, please inspect, mostly Fine or better.
Estimate $300-400.
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$140
Lot 285
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, 20th Century Mix, Hundreds of them, from 1900 right up until now, advertising covers, censored, WWI, WWII, APO's, Airmails, Foreign destinations, ships and naval, registered, Special Delivery, early or better first days (along with a lot of later common ones), small towns, DPO's, ancillary markings, retail value up to about $20 per item, some condition issues, otherwise, mostly Fine or better.
Estimate $250-300.
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$120
Lot 286
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, Mostly U.S. Accumulation, Five shoeboxes containing mostly U.S. commercial, F.D. covers and a small folder of picture postcards, some Foreign train related and Churchill stamps and covers, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $250-300.
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$120
Lot 287
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, 19th Century Stampless Group, About 100 in small binder, many with cancel frankings, an interesting and useful group, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $250-300.
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$120
Lot 288
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, 19th Century Accumulation, several hundred in small box containing commercial, Postal Card and stationery covers, mostly from large Bank Note era, a diverse group, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $250-350.
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$120
Lot 289
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, Collector's Accumulation, hundreds in ½ full bankers box, mostly 20th Century with some 19th, incl. much stationery and some postcards, bit of FDC's but mostly commercial, mainly sleeved or in envelopes, better than usual accumulation, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200-300.
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$90
Lot 290
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, Unpicked Accumulation, About 300 including Portland correspondence (no letters) from 1910 to 1940's WWI-WWII AEF and APO covers, 1930's cacheted FDC's and Earle Ovington autograph on 1931 cover, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200-250.
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$90
Lot 291
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, 20th Century Accumulation, Carton containing many hundred commercial covers, Postal Cards and event, FD covers, mostly early to mid 20th Century, a wide variety worth inspection, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200-250.
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$90
Lot 292
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, Mostly WWII Related Military Group, Half a carton containing several hundred mostly related to WWII, Airs, free franks etc., a diverse group, worth a peek, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200-250.
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$90
Lot 293
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, RPO Accumulation, over 400 covers and picture postcards primarily from the early to mid 20th Century, a useful group, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $200-250.
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$90
Lot 294
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, DPO Stock, Couple hundred circa 1900 to mostly 1940's with Northern and Oregon, extensive postcard usages, also Nebraska, etc., generally Fine to Very Fine Ex. Friedman "Cover Corner" Stock.
Estimate $150-200.
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Lot 295
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, Mostly 20th Century Accumulation, About 1,000 mostly commercial, plus collection of mint and used Postal Cards starting at 1873, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $150-200.
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Lot 296
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, Military/Naval Covers, several thousand, 1917 to modern, WWI, WWII, commissioning, launchings, port visits, APO's, FPO's, censored, etc., very good dollar box material, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $150-200.
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Lot 297
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, 2 Box Accumulation, approx 1, 200 commercial, FDC's, postcards, events, First Flight, Naval, etc, mostly 20th Century, great dollar box material.
Estimate $150-200.
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Lot 298
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, Military Ship Stock, 420 WWI to modern, incl. 138 submarines and 57 early warship postcards, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $150-200.
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Lot 299
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, Late 1910's to Early 1940's Group, 34 mostly flight related, few stamp dealers etc., incl. C3 May 15, 1918 first flight (stamp creased), all approx. #10 size, condition a bit mixed.
Estimate $100-150.
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$40
Lot 300
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, Balance of Estate, Few hundred including couple better 19th Century commercial, and stationery, U.S. FDC's and some Fluegel patriotics, Fine.
Estimate $100-150.
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Lot 301
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, Used 1920's Stationery Correspondences, Type #U93, hundreds in 2 full banker boxes, all to Kansas Refinery companies using 2¢ Washington Die, few window and #10's.
Estimate $100-200.
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Lot 302
 
United States, Postal History Groupings, 19th & 20th Century Miscellaneous Accumulation, small box with few hundred covers, stationery and Postal Cards, noted some Officials, unused V-Mail and oversize covers, inspection invited, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $100-150.
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