Scandinavian Collectors Club

    • Lot No.: 01. Danish West Indies: Part 1, Danish West Indies of “The Scandinavian Postal Stationary Lexicon” ─ Descriptive Listing
    • Description: Part 1, Danish West Indies of “The Scandinavian Postal Stationary Lexicon” ─ Descriptive Listing of Scandinavian Postal Stationery, by Victor E. Engstrom, North Jersey Scandinavian Collectors Club Chapter 9, 60 pages, 1968 to 1970, profusely illustrated, paperback, good condition. Useful descriptive priced (albeit dated) catalogue of DWI stamped envelopes, postal cards, and double postal cards (message cards with attached reply cards). EMV = $5, Starting bid = $2.
    • Market Value: 5.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 02. Denmark: An Introduction to the Postal History of Denmark, 1624-1950
    • Description: An Introduction to the Postal History of Denmark, 1624-1950, by David Cornelius, Stuart Rossiter Trust Fund, Bristol, England, 2004, xxii + 346 pages, profusely illustrated in black-and-white, hardbound with dust jacket, ISBN 0-9545207-0-X, pristine. More than just an introduction, this 8½” x 12” handbook is essential for collectors of Danish postal history in seven parts covering background and general information, the inland post, foreign mails, mail transport, wartime and military mails, postal rates, fees and charges, and additional notes and references, plus six pages of indices of subjects and abbreviations. CMV = $90, Starting bid = $36.
    • Market Value: 90.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 03. Denmark: The Private Local Posts of Denmark
    • Description: The Private Local Posts of Denmark, in English, by Sten Christensen and Sigurd Ringström, Trelleborg Philatelic Society, Trelleborg, Sweden, 1974, 200 pages, profusely illustrated (some color), standard edition without reprints, hardbound, pristine (dust jacket just fair). Authoritative handbook and priced (in US$) catalogue on this subject, starting with Holte Landpost, Kjøbenhavn posts, and Adams Express, then proceeding alphabetically with the city byposts from Aalborg through Viborg. Contains extensive listings of the stamps and plate flaws and other varieties as well as all postal stationery items, includes valuable background (history and geography) of Danish private posts and postal history specifics of all of the private posts covered. In previous SCCL Auctions, copies of this same book realized $47 and $45, respectively. CMV = $57, Starting bid = $35.
    • Market Value: 57.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 04. Denmark: Filatelistisk Bibliografi / Philatelic Bibliography,
    • Description: Filatelistisk Bibliografi / Philatelic Bibliography, in Danish, by Pierre Terrisse, AFA Forlaget, Aarhus, Denmark, 1986, 224 pages, softbound, ISBN 87-7012-140-0, excellent condition. Bibliography of articles in Danish philatelic periodicals by subject, useful reference source. CMV= $11, Starting bid = $3.
    • Market Value: 11.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 05. Denmark / Periodical: A comprehensive run of 100 different 1985 through 2011 quarterly issues of NFT
    • Description: A comprehensive run of 100 different 1985 through 2011 quarterly issues of NFT / Nordisk Filatelistisk Tidsskrift (Nordic Philatelic Journal), lacking only eight issues (1986 #4, 1993 #4, 1995 #s1-4, 2000 #2, and 2008 #2). NFT is the premier journal of Nordic philately, a slick quarterly publication of the Copenhagen Philatelists Club, in Danish, 6¾” x 9⅝” staple-bound paperback, profusely illustrated in black-and-white until June 1995 when some color illustrations were introduced and steadily increased to March 2003 when NFT became full color. Total numbered pages range from 128 to 200 per year, with an average (mean) count of 43 pages per issue over the course of this 27-year run. A remarkable amount of information herein, with an emphasis on Denmark and Danish areas, including in-depth research articles on stampless covers to modern postal history, 19th and 20th century stamp issues and their usage on mail, plating studies, and a variety of other subjects and countries considered. EMV= $400, Starting bid = $50.Caution to non-U.S. bidders: The shipping weight of this lot is ~29 pounds and postage will cost the buyer ~$122.50 to Canada and ~$125.10 to Europe; by contrast, cost of library mail to a U.S. address is ~$15.97.
    • Market Value: 400.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 06. Finland: Norma 2002 Suomi Erikoisluettelo / Finland Special Catalogue
    • Description: Norma 2002 Suomi Erikoisluettelo / Finland Special Catalogue, trilingual (Finnish, English, and Swedish), Käpylän Merkki oy, Helsinki, 656 pages, profusely illustrated in color, softbound, good condition. Vastly expanded and improved under a new publisher from previous issues, this edition prices its listings in euros and includes slot-machine booklets, franking labels, postal bus parcel stamps, military/faltpost stamps, local posts stamps, private railway stamps, and Ǡland issues. A useful specialized catalogue containing detailed information on prephilately, cancellations, and postal history related to Finland’s classic stamp issues, plus a useful section and tables on Finnish postal rates. EMV = $35, Starting bid = $12.
    • Market Value: 35.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 07. Finland: David Feldman Auctions December 5, 2017 Catalogue of Classic Finland, Including the Erkki Toivakka Grand Prix Coll
    • Description: David Feldman Auctions December 5, 2017 Catalogue of Classic Finland, Including the Erkki Toivakka Grand Prix Collection, 92 pages, softbound, pristine. Extensive 1856-59 and 1860 coat-of-arms stamp and postal history lots, all with color illustrations ─ valuable resource for Finland specialists and postal historians. EMV = $20, Starting bid = $5.
    • Market Value: 20.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 08. Finland: Suomen Postimerkkien Käsikirja, VI Osa / Handbook of Finnish Stamps, Part VI
    • Description: Suomen Postimerkkien Käsikirja, VI Osa / Handbook of Finnish Stamps, Part VI, in Finnish, by Kalle Vaarnas, Jarl Pettersson, and D. A. Dromberg, Philatelic Federation of Finland, Helsinki, 1972, 158 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, good condition (marred cover). Scarce out-of-print anthology of three authoritative articles on the Helsinki City Post (Helsingfors Stadspost), Tammerfors local post, letter and parcel stamps of Finnish shipping companies, plus three brief articles on Finnish postage due stamps, perfins, and classification of Finnish stamps, and an extensive corrigenda (errata) section for the first six volumes in this series. CMV= $15, Starting bid = $4.
    • Market Value: 15.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 09. Finland: Suomen Postipysäkit ja Niiden Leimat, Osa 2 Mikkelin Lääni, Osa 3 Kuopion Lääni / Cancellations of the Finnis
    • Description: Suomen Postipysäkit ja Niiden Leimat, Osa 2 Mikkelin Lääni, Osa 3 Kuopion Lääni / Cancellations of the Finnish Post Stopping Places, Part 2 Mikkeli Province, Part 3 Kuopio Province, in Finnish, by Kaarlo Hirvikoski, Postimerkkiliike Stamp-Finns, Helsinki, 1980, 175 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, good condition (cover and title page damage). Specialized, priced catalogue of illustrated alphabetical tabular listings of straight-line postmarks of towns in Kuopion and Mikkeli provinces, includes mail stops, types of cancellations and dimensions, colors, and valuations on covers, pieces, and stamps, and, although in Finnish, it includes a three-page English preface with explanations on format and use of the tables, so readily understandable for the English-only user. Still useful for its detailed listings and ancillary information despite outdated pricing. CMV = $35, Starting bid = $12.
    • Market Value: 35.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 10. Greenland: Postruterne til Grønland Under 2. Verdenskrig / Postal Routes to Greenland During World War II (Part 2)
    • Description: Greenland: Postruterne til Grønland Under 2. Verdenskrig / Postal Routes to Greenland During World War II (Part 2), in Danish, De Grønlandske Posthistorikere, Copenhagen, 1985, 26 pages, profusely illustrated, paperback, pristine. Pamphlet of official documents and route maps. CMV= $4, Starting bid = $1.
    • Market Value: 4.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 11. Norway: Norske Brevportotakster til Utlandet, 1743-1855 / Norwegian Letter Rates Abroad, 1743-1855
    • Description: Norske Brevportotakster til Utlandet, 1743-1855 / Norwegian Letter Rates Abroad, 1743-1855, in Norwegian, by Harry Snarvold, Oslo Filatelistklubb, 2000, iii + 55 pages (printed on one side only), profusely illustrated in black-and-white with six pagers in color, hardbound, pristine. This 8½” x 11¾” book includes rate tables throughout the text plus four additional tables at the end, listings are chronological and by destination, with references to postal regulations and conventions. Despite being in Norwegian, the tabular format, limited text, and ample illustrations of covers make this easy to use for English-only readers. CMV = $60, Starting bid = $20.
    • Market Value: 20.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 12. Norway: Norway Number One, The 4 Sk Lion of 1855
    • Description: Norway Number One, The 4 Sk Lion of 1855, by V. Tufts, J. Barefoot ltd. York, England, 1983, 52 pages, profusely illustrated, comb-bound paperback, ISBN 0 906845 26 2, pristine. Useful handbook on the first postage stamp of Norway, comprising an Introduction and References and nine sections on early postal services (covers), printing and production methodologies, margin sizes, varieties, plating guide, multiples recorded (pairs to blocks of eight and unique larger blocks), postmarks, reprints, and forgeries. CMV = $15, Starting bid = $6.
    • Market Value: 15.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 13. Norway: Norwegian Exile Mail, 1940-1945
    • Description: Norwegian Exile Mail, 1940-1945, by Karl U. Sanni, Scandinavian Philatelic Foundation, Thousand Oaks, CA, 1986, iv + 219 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, good condition. This is the English translation by Sigmund Meireran of Sanni’s monograph published in 1981 by Norsk Filatelistforbund that discusses letters and postal documents handled by or originating from the postal services specially created to serve Norwegians refugees (excluding POWs, political prisoners, and Eastern Front volunteers). CMV = $30, Starting bid = $12.
    • Market Value: 30.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 14. Norway: Håndbok over stempler og påskrifter fra post med skip i locale ruter i Trøndelag / Handbook of Postmarks and Ins
    • Description: Håndbok over stempler og påskrifter fra post med skip i locale ruter i Trøndelag / Handbook of Postmarks and Inscriptions on Ship Mail on Local Routes in Trøndelag, in Norwegian, by Tore Gjelsvik, Filatelistisk Forlag A/S, Bergen, Norway, 1991, 56 pages, profusely illustrated, paperback, ISBN 82-90272-36-7, good condition. Though in Norwegian, easy to use for English-only readers because of the tabular listing format utilized for the postmarks, datestamps, manuscript markings, and ship cachets found on covers from this central Norwegian area, includes illustrations, details, earliest and latest dates of use, etc. CMV = $20, Starting bid = $8.
    • Market Value: 20.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 15. Sweden: Facit Postal VII, Ortstämplar & Posthistoria / Place Name Postmarks & Postal History
    • Description: Facit Postal VII, Ortstämplar & Posthistoria / Place Name Postmarks & Postal History, in Swedish and English, Facit Förlags AB, Västerås, Sweden, 2004, 456 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, ISBN 91-86564-55-2, good condition. Greatly expanded version of the Ortstämpelkatalog forerunners, with additional sections on postal rates from 1856 to 1997, military and emergency postmarks, 1874-1920 postal labels/etiquettes, and 1911-1976 postage due labels. EMV = $25, Starting bid = $10.
    • Market Value: 25.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 16. Sweden: Brevportot i Sverige, 1786-1830 / Letter Rates in Sweden, 1786-1830
    • Description: Brevportot i Sverige, 1786-1830 / Letter Rates in Sweden, 1786-1830, in Swedish, by Lennart Ivarsson, Sweden Post Museum, Stockholm, 2000, 508 pages, illustrated, hardbound with dust jacket, ISBN 91-973472-1-3, pristine. An attractive, well-produced 8¼” x 11½” book that will be the interest of students of early Swedish postal history as well as philatelic bibliophiles. The first 50 pages consist of introductory text with 16 color illustrations of documents and covers and the rest of the pages comprise numerous rate tables, much of which represent the author’s research of archives and original documents. CMV = $50, Starting bid = $15.
    • Market Value: 50.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 17. Sweden: Brevportot i Sverige, 1831-1855 / Letter Rates in Sweden, 1831-1855
    • Description: Brevportot i Sverige, 1831-1855 / Letter Rates in Sweden, 1831-1855, in Swedish, by Lennart Ivarsson, Sweden Post Museum, Stockholm, 2005, 342 pages, illustrated, hardbound with dust jacket, ISBN 91-975051-2-9, pristine. A continuation of the subject matter of the book in the previous lot. The first 43 pages consist of illustrated introductory text with 28 color illustrations of documents and covers and the rest of the pages comprise numerous rate tables, again much of which represent the author’s research of archives and original documents. CMV = $50, Starting bid = $15.
    • Market Value: 50.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 17A. Sweden: Lots 16 + 17 above (the two volumes of Brevportot i Sverige)
    • Description: Lots 16 + 17 above (the two volumes of Brevportot i Sverige). If the high bid for lot 17A exceeds the combined high bids for the two books separately, they will be sold as a set. CMV = $100, Starting bid = $40.
    • Market Value: 100.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 18. Sweden: Svensk Lösen / Swedish Postage Due
    • Description: Svensk Lösen / Swedish Postage Due, in Swedish, by Curt Haij, SFF Specialized Handbook No. 1, Sveriges Filatelist-Förbund, Stockholm, 1973, 52 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, good condition. Useful treatise on Swedish postage-due mail over seven time periods from before 1835 to after 1918, includes rate information on prephilatelic covers mailed postage due, manuscript and handstamp markings, official Post Office Lösen handstamps and adhesive labels, Sweden postage due stamps, and numerous illustrations of cover examples. CMV = $20, Starting bid = $7.
    • Market Value: 20.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 19. Sweden: Svensk Postcensur under Andra Världskriget / Swedish Postal Censorship During World War II
    • Description: Svensk Postcensur under Andra Världskriget / Swedish Postal Censorship During World War II, in Swedish, by Ingemar Wågerman, Swedish Postal Museum, Stockholm, 1995, 118 pages, profusely illustrated, ISBN 91-971567-1-X, ISSN 1100-5092, softbound, pristine. Postal Museum Publication No. 38, handbook of cancels, postal markings, and censor marks, extensive bibliography and index. EMV = $42, Starting bid = $12.
    • Market Value: 42.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 20. Sweden: Postryttaren – Årsbok för Postmuseum 2002 (Årgang 52) / Post Rider – 1998 Yearbook of the Swedish Postal Mus
    • Description: Postryttaren – Årsbok för Postmuseum 2002 (Årgang 52) / Post Rider – 1998 Yearbook of the Swedish Postal Museum (Issue 52), in Swedish, 158 pages, profusely illustrated in color, hardbound, ISSN 0586-6758, pristine. Anthology of seven feature articles on a rediscovered letter from Queen Kristina, postal route via Markaryd and its post office, Swedish 1897-1965 postage due markings with centimes denominations, Sweden’s first four mail steam vessels, stamp exhibitions, the Swedish Post Office in Hamburg, and Swedish pioneer airmail, a selection of flights between 1809 and 1920. CMV = $30, Starting bid = $10.
    • Market Value: 30.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 21. Scandinavia / Nordic: Methods and Topics in Postal History, Nordic Mails and Routes
    • Description: Methods and Topics in Postal History, Nordic Mails and Routes, proceedings of the postal history symposium at NORDIA 2001, January 17-18, Tucson, AZ, Rosetta Stone Press, New Providence, NJ, iv + 174 pages, comb-bound paperback, good condition. Anthology of 11 articles, comprising U.S-Sweden letter mail prior to the Bilateral Postal Convention of 1873, Slesvig Plebiscite of 1920, Danish mail cancels, Denmark-U.S. postal connection 1850-1922, Danish West Indies classic stamps on covers, philatelic research tips, Norwegian mail during the Napoleonic War 1807-1816, 50 years of Greenland postal history, Swedish express mail 1920-1970, Danish field post in the Balkans from 1992, and GPU, UPU, and Swedish mail to the U.S. 1875-1907. CMV = $40, Starting bid = $16.
    • Market Value: 40.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 22. Scandinavia: Luftpostens Historia i Norden / The History of Airmail in Scandinavia
    • Description: Luftpostens Historia i Norden / The History of Airmail in Scandinavia, bilingual in Swedish and English, by Örjan Lüning, Sveriges Filatelist-Förbund, Stockholm, 1978, 352 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, ISBN 91-85202-00-7, good condition (slight cover and spine damage/mars). As the title indicates, this SFF Special Handbook No. 10 offers an extensive exposition of Nordic airmail history and includes airmail catalogue listings for Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Greenland, Iceland, and Finland flight covers ─ a must-have reference for Nordic airmail cover collectors and airmail postal historians! CMV = $60, Starting bid = $24. (2 copies)
    • Market Value: 24.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 23. Scandinavia / Periodical: Nine issues (March 2014 to March 2017) of Scandinavian Contact
    • Description: Nine issues (March 2014 to March 2017) of Scandinavian Contact, the slick quarterly journal of the Scandinavia Philatelic Society (U.K.). This 5¾” by 8¼” English-language publication, akin to SCC’s Posthorn, averages 44 pages per issue and is profusely illustrated in color. Each issue contains in-depth research articles and briefer articles on a range of postal history and stamp topics, Society news and meeting reports, notes about philately and news of the Scandinavian/Nordic countries, book reviews, library notes, etc. ─ hours of interesting, informative reading here! EMV = $72, Starting bid = $15.
    • Market Value: 72.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 24. Scandinavia / Nordic / Periodical: Four complete 2016 issues (#s 173-176) of Philatelistche Nachrichten/ Philatelic News
    • Description: Four complete 2016 issues (#s 173-176) of Philatelistche Nachrichten/ Philatelic News, quarterly journal of Forschungsgemeinschaft Nordische Staaten e.V. (Nordic States Research Community), This 2016 run of 8¼” by 11¾” German-language journal averages 36 pages per issue, profusely illustrated in black-and-white, and contains articles ranging from postal history to modern stamps of the eight Nordic areas (Åland, Denmark, Faroes, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden). The annual PN subscription cost is €26 (~$7.50 per issue). CMV = $30, Starting bid = $6.
    • Market Value: 30.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 25. Europe / Postal History: De Pariteit van Munten in de Postgeschiedenis, 1700-1875 / Parity of Currencies in Postal History,
    • Description: De Pariteit van Munten in de Postgeschiedenis, 1700-1875 / Parity of Currencies in Postal History, 1700-1875, in Dutch, by Leonard H. J. Janssen, author-published, Bocholt, Belgium, 2001, 501 pages, illustrated, hardbound with dust jacket, pristine. This voluminous 12” x 8” book is a compilation of postal-rate and currency-conversion tables useful to serious postal historians attempting to interpret the postal markings on primarily pre-U.P.U. stampless covers routed through two or more European postal administrations. It is interspersed with color illustrations of stampless covers from the years covered with explanations of the markings, rates, and conversion equivalents of currencies of the countries involved in the transport of these covers. Although this book is in Dutch, an excellent three-page Introduction in English, its tabular arrangement, and the explanatory captions accompanying the cover illustrations make it relatively accessible to the English-only reader. A rare, out-of-print, limited-edition, and seldom-offered title, this book is assigned starting bids and reserves of €100 to €150 when it infrequently appears in European philatelic auctions, and a recent Leonard Hartmann/Philatelic Bibliopole price list offered the one copy in his stock at $245, then discounted to $190! CMV = $150, Starting bid = $50.
    • Market Value: 150.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 26. Philately: The Foundations of Philately
    • Description: The Foundations of Philately, by Winthrop S. Boggs, D. Van Nostrand Co. Inc., Princeton, NJ, 1955, xi + 196 pages, profusely illustrated, hardbound, good condition. Still relevant fundamental book on the historical, practical, and technical aspects of philately. CMV = $10, Starting bid = $4.
    • Market Value: 10.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 27. Philately: Stamp Collector’s Handbook, A Valuable Storehouse of Philatelic Knowledge
    • Description: Stamp Collector’s Handbook, A Valuable Storehouse of Philatelic Knowledge, by Samuel Grossman, Longacre Publishing Company, New York City, 1957 (April 1960 Fourth printing), 192 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, pristine. Author Grossman was the founder in 1927 of the Grossman Stamp Co., Inc. of New York City, and his book is not only a nostalgic look back at the hobby in simpler times, but it is encyclopedic in scope and chock full of still useful information. CMV = $5, Starting bid = $2.
    • Market Value: 5.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 28. Philately: Nassau Street
    • Description: Nassau Street, by Herman Herst Jr., Amos Press, Sidney, OH, 1988, First Revised Edition, vi + 310 pages, softbound, ISBN 0-940403-06-4, pristine. Herst’s all-time best-selling philatelic book on the hobby with insightful stories about notable stamp dealers in New York City. CMV = $20, Starting bid = $8. (4 copies)
    • Market Value: 20.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 29. Philately: The World’s Greatest Stamp Collectors
    • Description: The World’s Greatest Stamp Collectors, by Stanley M. Bierman, Fell Publishers, Inc., Hollywood, FL, 1990, xvi + 270 pages, softbound, ISBN 0-8119-0668-x, pristine. Includes 19 chapters about 21 notable stamp collectors of the past, with useful preface, bibliography, and index. CMV = $25, Starting bid = $10.
    • Market Value: 25.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 30. Philately: The Wild Side
    • Description: The Wild Side, by Stephen R. Datz, General Philatelic Corporation, Loveland, CO, 1990 First Edition, v + 167 pages, softbound, ISBN 0-88219-024-5, pristine. Intriguing and entertaining “true adventure” stories by a philatelic insider on a side of stamp dealing you never hear about. CMV = $8, Starting bid = $2.50. (3 copies)
    • Market Value: 8.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 31. Philately / Exhibiting: The Philatelic Exhibitors Handbook
    • Description: The Philatelic Exhibitors Handbook, by Randy L. Neil, 1995 Second Edition, The Traditions Press, Shawnee Mission, KS, vii + 222 pages, profusely illustrated, hardbound, pristine. This book still serves as a useful primer for exhibit preparation despite rule changes and evolution of exhibiting in the past two decades. CMV = $35, Starting bid = $10.
    • Market Value: 35.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 32. Forgeries / Worldwide: Focus on Forgeries, A Guide to Forgeries of Common Stamps
    • Description: Focus on Forgeries, A Guide to Forgeries of Common Stamps, by Varro E. Tyler, Linn’s Stamp News, Sidney, OH, 1993 First Edition, x + 158 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, pristine. Details of 150 forged stamps listed alphabetically (Albania to Wuhu local post). CMV = $16, Starting bid = $7.
    • Market Value: 16.00
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    • Closing Date: 07/31/2018