The Worldwide auction of 2340 lots will be held in 3 sessions.
The 1st session of 836 lots on Friday, January 10th at 3:00 pm will contain Coins & Currency, Foreign and British singles, Autographs, and U.S. 19th Century singles. The session will be highlighted by better China; the "Winnipeg" Collection of Japan & related (200+ lots) including an extensive intact 1904-05 Russo-Japanese War cover collection Est. $6000-8000; a Karl Lewis cover selection; and Falkland Islands. Individual highlights will include Virgin Islands 1861 "Paid At Tortola" Cover, SG#CC5, Cat. $22,000 (extremely rare); and Newfoundland 1919 3¢ mint "Hawker" #C1, Cat. $25,000. The U.S. 19th Century will be highlighted by 1861 12¢ Essay, #69-E6e Cat. $90,000; 1847 5¢ Cover used to Hungary; 1869 15¢ Type I used, #118, Grade 98, SMQ $12,000; 1851 1¢, Type I (pos. #7R1E) on Cover, #5, Cat. $110,000; Trans-Mississippi 8¢ Pair, Imperforate Horizontally, #289a, Cat. $27,500, and other rarities.
The 2nd session of 644 lots on Saturday, January 11th at 3:30 pm will contain U.S. single lots of the 20th Century, Back-of-the-Book, Possessions, U.S. Colllections; Postcards; and Ephemera. The session will be highlighted by 1901 Pan-American 1¢ Inverted Overprint used #294a, Cat. $25,000; and 1930 Zeppelin set on F.D.C., Cat. $10,000. The session will continue with 265 U.S. collections featuring a high-end mostly certified stock, estimate $20,000-$30,000, followed by Postcards and Ephemera lots.
The 3rd session on Sunday, January 12th at 9:00 a.m. will consist of 860 Worldwide collection lots. The session will be highlighted by strong country and regional collections. It will feature a Korea "Presentation Sheets" collection, Est. $8000-10,000; intact British Empire collection, Est. $40,000-50,000; intact British Caribbean mint collection, Est. $20,000-25,000; 50 China collections; Egypt Exhibit collection lots; France & Colonies, Germany, Japan collections; and a Worldwide mint better stock, Est. $10,000-12,000. The auction will conclude with Topical collections; a Postal History section, and literature.
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Postal Viewing is available. Please contact us as soon as possible.
PDFs of the entire sale are available
Our next auction will be in the fall. Please contact us if you would like to include some or all of your philatelic material in the auction.
Also we have an extensive library of U.S. and Worldwide literature for direct sale. Contact us in February if you are looking for specific items for your library.