Scandinavian Collectors Club

    • Lot No.: 1. Danish West Indies: Danish West Indies Mails, Volume I – Postal History, Second Edition
    • Description: Danish West Indies Mails, Volume I – Postal History, Second Edition, revised by John L. DuBois and Jay Smith (Series Editor), Jay Smith & Associates, Snow Camp, NC, 2000, 192 pages, profusely illustrated, ISBN 0-9656592-4-0, hardbound, pristine. The essential handbook that supersedes the earlier edition by Robert G. Stone; this is a completely revised and expanded edition with all aspects of D.W.I. postal history now covered, including British, French, German, U.S., and private mail services. CMV = $75, Starting bid = $35.
    • Market Value: 75.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 2. Denmark: Postiljonen AB Auctions #143 (October 7, 1988) and #146 (October 6, 1989) Catalogues for Parts I and II of the Chri
    • Description: Postiljonen AB Auctions #143 (October 7, 1988) and #146 (October 6, 1989) Catalogues for Parts I and II of the Christian Andersen World Famous Denmark Collection, 52 pages each, paperbacks, pristine. Extensive stamp and postal history lots, featuring the unused block of four 2 RBS Thiele (“The Greatest Item in Danish Philately”), all with color illustrations, includes lists of “prices realized” ─ valuable resource for Denmark specialists/postal historians. EMV = $20, Starting bid = $5.
    • Market Value: 20.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 3. Denmark / Danish Areas: AFA Specialkatalog 2002
    • Description: AFA Specialkatalog 2002, in Danish, Lars Boes (Editor), AFA-Forlaget, Otterup, Denmark, 2001, 800 pages, profusely illustrated in color, hardbound, ISBN 87-7012-306-3, pristine. Priced catalogue with specialized listings of the stamps of Denmark, Faroes, Greenland, Danish West Indies, and Slesvig, including varieties, watermarks, coils, booklets, ad pairs, covers, etc. No Iceland coverage in this edition, but for the first-time color is used throughout for stamp illustrations, and this 2002 edition remains an essential reference handbook in that added are a specialized 102-page treatise on the color plates of all printings of Denmark #1 through the bi-colors and 24 pages of priced listings of Danish and DWI essays, proofs, and reprints, both by the prominent expert, Lasse Nielsen. CMV = $80, Starting bid = $25.
    • Market Value: 80.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 4. Denmark: Two items: Tillæg 1951 til Haandbog over Danmarks Staalstukne Frimærker / 1951 Supplement to Handbook of Denmark
    • Description: Two items: Tillæg 1951 til Haandbog over Danmarks Staalstukne Frimærker / 1951 Supplement to Handbook of Denmark’s Recess-Printed Stamps, in Danish, by A. Tholl and Mogens Juhl, Stella Forlag A/S, Copenhagen, 28 pages, profusely illustrated, paperback, pristine, and Tillæg 1956 til Haandbog over Danmarks Staalstukne Frimærker / 1956 Supplement to the Handbook of Denmark’s Recess-Printed Stamps, in Danish, by A. Tholl, Stella Forlag A/S, Copenhagen, ii + 52 pages, profusely illustrated, paperback, pristine. Though in Danish, they contain illustrations and tabular listings so not a handicap to English-only users; the 1956 Supplement includes the 1951 Supplement’s 28 pages, adds the 1951-56 issues, corrects previously listed margin numbers 503 to 1015 and adds 1029 to 1301, with a 1-page English summary in both. EMV = $15, Starting bid = $3.
    • Market Value: 15.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 5. Denmark / Postal History / Periodical: A comprehensive run of 93 different 1994 through 2016 quarterly issues of PHT / Posth
    • Description: A comprehensive run of 93 different 1994 through 2016 quarterly issues of PHT / Posthistorisk Tidsskrift (Danish Postal History Journal), lacking only one issue (2007 #2), plus five additional issues (one each from 1985, 1988, 1992, 1993, and 2017). PHT is the premier journal of Danish postal history, a slick quarterly publication of the Dansk Porthistorisk Selskab (Danish Postal History Society) in Odense, in Danish, 6½” x 9¼” staple-bound paperback, profusely illustrated in black-and-white through 2002 and full color thereafter. Total pagination ranges from 192 to 248 (five issues for 1994) per year, with an average (mean) count of 50 pages per issue over the course of this 23-year run. An impressive amount of information herein, with in-depth postal history-related research articles on royal mail, stampless covers, usage of various stamp issues, postmarks and other aspects of specific cities and municipalities, by posts, expeditions, military mail, wartime mail, censorship, auxiliary postal markings, and other subjects. EMV= $392, Starting bid = $50. Caution to non-U.S. bidders: The shipping weight of this lot is ~26 pounds and postage will cost the buyer ~$113.65 to Canada and ~$116.85 to Europe; by contrast, cost of library mail to a U.S. address is ~$14.53.
    • Market Value: 392.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 6. Finland: The Color and Printing Identification of the 1875 Issues, A New Approach, Volume I
    • Description: The Color and Printing Identification of the 1875 Issues, A New Approach, Volume I, by Herbert Oesch, Authorized English Translation by Kauko I. Aro, Scandinavian Philatelic Foundation, Thousand Oaks, CA, 1994, x + 108 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, ISBN 0-936493-15-1, pristine. Handbook to help identify the various printings of the m/75 coat-of-arms stamps, including additional information on mixed perforations and forgeries. CMV = $45, Starting bid = $18.
    • Market Value: 45.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 7. Finland: Suomen Telaleimat / Finnish Roller Cancellations
    • Description: Suomen Telaleimat / Finnish Roller Cancellations, in Finnish, by Paavo Heimo, Philatelic Federation of Finland, Helsinki, 1986, 152 pages, softbound, profusely illustrated, ISSN 0782-0100, good condition (cover marring at lower right). Illustrated handbook of machine roller-type cancellations, listed alphabetically by post office and classified into three sections by characteristics between circular datestamps (vertical straight dashes, horizontal wavy lines, and vertical wavy lines). Although in Finnish, this book is easy for English-only users as it is tabular listings of illustrated postmarks. CMV= $16, Starting bid = $5.
    • Market Value: 16.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 8. Finland: Finnland ─ Feldpost / Finland ─ Field Post
    • Description: Finnland ─ Feldpost / Finland ─ Field Post, in German, by Hans G. Moxter, FG Nordische Staaten e.V., Niedernhausen, Germany, 1978, 277 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, good condition. When first published, this work became the definitive postal history of field posts in Finland, and it remains a comprehensive reference on WWI- and WWII-era postal history, covering the years 1638 into the 1970s in conjunction with the historical development of Finland. Though in German, it has an English Preface and systematic presentation with sufficient illustrations, tables, and catalog-like listings to enable the English-only reader to navigate through its 21 chapters. CMV = $40, Starting bid = $13. (2 copies)
    • Market Value: 40.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 9. Norway: Skip og Post i Hamburgruten, 1853-1865 / Ships and Mail of the Hamburg Route, 1853-1865
    • Description: Skip og Post i Hamburgruten, 1853-1865 / Ships and Mail of the Hamburg Route, 1853-1865, in Norwegian, by Tore Gjelsvik, Norsk Filatelistisk Forbund, Oslo, 1983, 54 pages, profusely illustrated, paperback, ISBN 82-7319-01`1-0, pristine. Postal history of the two major Norwegian-Hamburg steamship routes, including eight detailed chapters on the mail-carrier steamships Bergen, Nedelven, Norge, St. Olaf, Nordstjernen, Jupiter, Hakon Jarl, and Finmarken. CMV = $25, Starting bid = $8.
    • Market Value: 25.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 10. Norway: Norway 4 Skilling, 1st January 1855,
    • Description: Norway 4 Skilling, 1st January 1855, by J. Jellestad and R. King-Farlow (translator), Norsk Filatelistforbund, Oslo, 1955, 20 pages and 12 black-and-white plates, softbound, good condition. Issued for the centenary of the first Norwegian postage stamp, this is a useful monograph, but perhaps more of an ancillary item for the Norway specialist as it contains a reproduction block-of-four of Norway #1 in a Norwex 1955 4” x 5¾” souvenir sheet (#1571 of 5000) imprinted as a bound inset page after the title page ─ this is listed as Norway #1E1 reproduction in the reprints section of Facit Specialkatalog @ SEK275/~$33. Another copy of this book sold for $63 in SCC Library Auction #49. CMV = $60, Starting bid = $35.
    • Market Value: 60.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 11. Norway: Norske Prefrimstempler / Norwegian Prephilatelic Postal Markings
    • Description: Norske Prefrimstempler / Norwegian Prephilatelic Postal Markings, in Norwegian, by Kjell Germeten and Kjell Mathiesen, Norsk Frimerkeforlag, Oslo, 1983, 80 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, ISBN 82-90501-01-03, pristine. Postal history handbook and catalogue of 1845-54 postmarks alphabetically listed by place names, followed by sections on ship markings and differentiating similar postmark types. CMV = $25, Starting bid = $8.
    • Market Value: 25.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 12. Norway: Set of four auction catalogues for Skanfil’s Modenhauer Auction #75
    • Description: Set of four auction catalogues for Skanfil’s Modenhauer Auction #75, held in Oslo, November 11-12, 2016, in Norwegian, profusely illustrated in color. The set consists of one general sale of primarily Norwegian stamps, covers, and collections, and three specialty name sales (Finn Aune’s International Gold Medal Collection of “The History of the Norwegian Skilling Stamps 1855-1872,” highlights from the famous ship mail collection “Norwegian Ship Mail Up to 1875” of Pieter Ahl, and Knut J. Buskum’s International Gold Medal Collection of “The Norwegian Skilling Issues on Postal Items”). Important information on classic stamps and postal history. Prices realized are available on line at http://www.skanfil.no/LotMenu?n=101003&auctionid=EVT%2f100042, but because of Skanfil’s format, are not printed out and included here. EMV = $20, Starting bid = $5. (2 copies)
    • Market Value: 20.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 13. Sweden: Svensk Posthistoria, 1855-1925 / Swedish Postal History, 1855-1925
    • Description: Svensk Posthistoria, 1855-1925 / Swedish Postal History, 1855-1925, in Swedish, by Jan Billgren and Sören Andersson, Sveriges Filatelist-Förbund, Stockholm, 1995, viii + 329 pages, profusely illustrated, ISBN 91 85702 30 7, softbound, excellent condition. SFF Philatelic Handbook D:2, comprised of nine chapters on the Post Office during 1855-1925, letters, postcard mailings, brochure mailings, money orders, packets, newspapers, other postal services, and list of sources for postal history research, includes a subject index and bibliography. EMV = $40, Starting bid = $12.
    • Market Value: 40.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 14. Sweden: Facit Postal VIII, Ortstämplar & Posthistoria / Place Name Postmarks & Postal History
    • Description: Facit Postal VIII, Ortstämplar & Posthistoria / Place Name Postmarks & Postal History, in Swedish and English, Facit Förlags AB, Västerås, Sweden, 2009, 512 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, ISBN 91-86564-65-X, excellent condition. Revised and expanded version of the 2004 edition, with improved chapters on rural mail service, railway mail PKP, and military mail cancels, plus an added nine-page section on perfins (prices for stamps and covers), retails ~$60 for new. CMV = $50, Starting bid = $20.
    • Market Value: 50.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 15. Sweden: Leveranslikare, Del I: Vapentyp 1, Skilling Banco / Delivery Comparison Samples, Part 1: Coat-of-Arms Type 1, Skill
    • Description: Leveranslikare, Del I: Vapentyp 1, Skilling Banco / Delivery Comparison Samples, Part 1: Coat-of-Arms Type 1, Skilling Banco, in Swedish, by Lars Erik Thorsson, Skillingtrycket Frimärksforum, Hultsfred, Sweden, 1980, 38 (6½” x 9¼”) loose-leaf pages. Rarely offered out-of-print authoritative reference comprising 16 color plates of shades of Sweden’s five different denominated skilling banco stamps arranged by “deliveries” (classic Swedish stamps were generally printed in several press runs, so subsequent deliveries frequently were of different color shades than those preceding and following). More extensive listings and illustrations of the skilling banco issues here than in Nordisk Filateli Färglikare, hence an essential reference for specialists distinguishing the skilling banco stamps by their printings and deliveries. EMV = $38, Starting bid = $13.
    • Market Value: 38.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 16. Sweden: Aktuellt om Posthistoria, Nr 6 1999 / News About Postal History, No. 6 1999
    • Description: Aktuellt om Posthistoria, Nr 6 1999 / News About Postal History, No. 6 1999, in Swedish, SSPD (Swedish Postal History Society), Lund, Sweden, 80 pages, profusely illustrated in color, softbound, pristine. The sixth of SSPD’s postal-history anthologies, comprising seven articles on 1914-1918 parcels from Switzerland via Sweden to Russia, post development in southern Sweden along the new Torsås-Karlskrona and Torsås-Kalmar railway lines, letters from Prussia to Stockholm during the cholera period in 1831, mail set to Sweden's Post Office during 1806-1814, working conditions for managers of small post offices, Jönköping-Gripenberg railway, and Borgholm’s post office. EMV = $15, Starting bid = $5.
    • Market Value: 15.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 17. Scandinavia / Nordic: FACIT Special 2014
    • Description: FACIT Special 2014, in English and Swedish, Facit Forlags AB, Västerås, Sweden, 1008 pages, profusely color illustrated, softbound, ISBN 91-86564-72-2, good condition. Priced catalogue with fully specialized listings of stamp issues for all Nordic countries and DWI, including booklets, machine stamps, FDCs, and varieties, plus special sections on Sweden proofs and essays, Swedish cover valuations, rarity rankings of 1855-1938 Swedish covers abroad, Norway early ship and stampless covers, rarity rankings of Danish franked 1851-1905 covers to and from abroad, DWI prephilately, complete listings of Iceland cancellations and postmarks, Finnish stamps on covers, postmarks on Finland stampless covers, and more. CMV = $60, Starting bid = $24.
    • Market Value: 60.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 18. Scandinavia: Interesting SCCL archive lot of thirteen philatelic-/postal-related items
    • Description: Interesting SCCL archive lot of thirteen philatelic-/postal-related items, comprised of eight 1970-1980s brochures from Sweden Post, two Swedish Post Museum publications (Claes-Göran Wetterholm’s exhibit of Letters from the Titanic and a 1981 trains monograph in Swedish), and three Danish Post publications (rate guides for 2011 and pamphlet on the stamps of the Nordic nations). Starting bid = $10
    • Market Value: 0.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 19. Denmark: 38 items
    • Description: 38 items: five maps, ten guide books (one hardbound), three periodicals, 13 museum guides and place brochures, six magazine articles, and a Danish shipping booklet. Starting bid = $5.
    • Market Value: 0.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 20. Denmark / Danish State Railways: 48 items from or related to the DSB (Danske Statsbaner)
    • Description: 48 items from or related to the DSB (Danske Statsbaner): four postcards, twelve fliers, 14 loose-leaf pages, 11 train specification sheets, 50-page booklet titled Facts About DSB), four slick annual reports from 1966-69, 1975 DSB supplement, and a brochure on container transport. A wealth of information here for anyone interested in the DSB. Starting bid = $8.
    • Market Value: 0.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 21. Finland: 13 items
    • Description: 13 items: two maps, four guides, one National Museum and three Post Museum guides, Helsinki pamphlet, 1967 Finland Post publication, and 1973 Finnair magazine with four-page article on Finnish stamps illustrated in color. Starting bid = $3.
    • Market Value: 0.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 22. Iceland: 11 items
    • Description: 11 items: maps of Reykjavík and Iceland, Saga Museum guide, and six booklets on Iceland, one on Reykjavík, and one on the Hekla eruption of 1970. Starting bid = $2.
    • Market Value: 0.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 23. Faroes: Ten items
    • Description: Ten items: two booklets from Postverk Føroya, six pamphlets from Faroe Islands Tourist Board, 1972 Anders Nyborg A/S guide book, and 2007 New York Times eight-page feature article. Starting bid = $2.
    • Market Value: 0.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 24. Norway: 20 items
    • Description: 20 items: four Oslo, Bergen, and Norway guide books, six museum guides, six place brochures, pamphlet on Norwegian Vikings (800-1050 AD), bilingual (English and Norwegian) 8¼” x11½” booklet on sardine tin labels illustrated in color, and first two issues of Norway.Com magazine. Starting bid = $4.
    • Market Value: 0.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 25. Sweden: Seven items
    • Description: Seven items: 1963 National Geographic map of Scandinavia + Finland, three guide books (two Sweden and one Göteborg), Vasa (Ship) Museum and National Museum guides, and a booklet on The Vitlycke rock carvings. Starting bid = $2.
    • Market Value: 0.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 26. Philately: All About Stamps, Their History and the Art of Collecting Them
    • Description: All About Stamps, Their History and the Art of Collecting Them, by Mauritz Hallgren, Alfred A. Knopf, New York City & London, 1940 First Edition, x + 358 pages + xvi Index pages + 30 inset black-and-white plates, illustrated, hardbound with dust jacket, excellent condition. Superb historical treatment of Rowland Hill and the inception of the postage stamp as well as an erudite overview of stamps and philately ─ one of the great books of its time on philately. CMV = $12.50, Starting bid = $5
    • Market Value: 12.50
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 27. Philately: The Stamp Collector’s Encyclopaedia
    • Description: The Stamp Collector’s Encyclopaedia, by R. J. Sutton and K. W. Anthony, Bonanza Books, New York City, 1967 Sixth Edition, ii + 370 pages, illustrated, hardbound with dust jacket, pristine. Useful reference of alphabetical listings and five appendices. CMV = $9, Starting bid = $3.
    • Market Value: 9.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 28. Philately: The Musson Stamp Dictionary
    • Description: The Musson Stamp Dictionary, by Douglas and Mary Patrick, Musson Book Co., Toronto, Canada, 1972, viii 277 pages, illustrated, hardbound with dust jacket, ISBN 0-7737-0006-4, pristine. Useful reference of alphabetical listings and an appendix of non-Latin European alphabet entries. CMV = $16, Starting bid = $5.
    • Market Value: 16.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 29. Philately: Fun and Profit in Stamp Collecting
    • Description: Fun and Profit in Stamp Collecting, by Herman Herst, Jr., Amos Press, Sidney, OH, 1988, First Revised Edition, viii + 168 pages, softbound, ISBN 0-940403-05-6, pristine. Another Herst staple comprising ten chapters of advice on what to do and what not to do within the hobby. CMV = $13, Starting bid = $4.
    • Market Value: 13.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 30. Philately / Thematics: Handbook of Thematic Philately
    • Description: Handbook of Thematic Philately, by W. E. J. van den Bold, 1994 English Edition, James Bendon Ltd., Limassol, Cyprus, xi + 215 pages, illustrated, hardbound with dust cover, pristine. Possibly still the best reference ever on this subject, a practical guide to building and improving a thematic collection, and an essential handbook for the topical/thematic exhibitor. Note that three philatelic booksellers offer this book at $60+, but Subway Stamp Shop is presently offering discounted copies for $22. CMV= $40, Starting bid = $10.
    • Market Value: 40.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 31. Forgeries / Worldwide: The Yucatan Affair, The Work of Raoul Ch. de Thuin, Philatelic Counterfeiter
    • Description: The Yucatan Affair, The Work of Raoul Ch. de Thuin, Philatelic Counterfeiter, James M. Chemi (Ed.), American Philatelic Society, State College, PA, 1980 Second Printing, 524 pages, profusely illustrated, hardbound, excellent condition. The definitive handbook on de Thuin’s deceptive forgeries. CMV = $20, Starting bid = $8. (2 copies)
    • Market Value: 20.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 32. Revenues / Literature: An Index to Revenue Articles Which Have Appeared in Serial Publications
    • Description: An Index to Revenue Articles Which Have Appeared in Serial Publications, by Richard F. Riley, published as a supplement to The American Revenuer, Volume 46, Number 6, June 1992, American Revenue Association, Rockford, IA, 192 pages, softbound, pristine. Bibliography of ~7218 articles in philatelic journals on revenue stamps of the world, arranged alphabetically by country. Useful in that it includes all Nordic countries. CMV = $10, Starting bid = $3.
    • Market Value: 10.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 33. Canada: Holmes’ Specialized Philatelic Catalogue of Canada and British North America
    • Description: Holmes’ Specialized Philatelic Catalogue of Canada and British North America, by British North American Philatelic Society Committee, Ryerson Press, Toronto, Canada, 1996 11th Edition, vii + 434 pages, profusely illustrated, hardbound, good condition. Despite outdated prices, this excellent specialist catalogue has extensive detailed sections on Canada and its provinces postal history, postmarks, postal markings, postage stamps, and revenues. CMV = $16, Starting bid = $5.
    • Market Value: 16.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 34. Canada / Revenues: Canadian Revenues
    • Description: Canadian Revenues, set of seven volumes, all first editions, by Edward Zaluski, author-published, Ottawa, Canada, 7” x 8½” spiral-bound paperbacks, profusely illustrated, pristine. Volume titles (subject area) and publishing details: One = Federal Bill and Law Stamps, 1988, v + 138 pages, ISBN 0-921336-01-2, Two = Federal Inspection, Unemployment Insurance, and the “America” Duty Stamps, 1988, xi + 138 pages, ISBN …-02-0, Three = Federal War and Excise, Customs, Consular Fee, Postal Currency, and War Savings Stamps, 1990, xii + 154 pages, ISBN …-03-9, Four = The Prairie Provinces, 1991, xii + 164 pages, ISBN …-04-7, Five = The Atlantic Provinces, 1992, v + 138 pages, ISBN …-05-5, Six = Ontario and Quebec, 1993, xiv + 146 pages, ISBN …-04-7, and Seven = B.C. and Yukon Revenue Stamps and Most Federal Franks, Seals, and Labels, 1994, xiv + 170 pages, ISBN …-07-1. Throw away your Springer Catalogues as this set appears to be the most authoritative and complete publication for Canadian revenues ever with its extensive introductory explanatory text and exhaustive listings. All stamps are identified in accordance with CARIS, the Canadian Revenue Identification System. CMV = $150, Starting bid = $60.
    • Market Value: 150.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 35. Great Britain / Lundy: Two pristine softbound priced catalogues
    • Description: Two pristine softbound priced catalogues by Stanley Newman: Stamps of Lundy Island, CILA, Brighton, Sussex, England, 1984, 62 pages, ISBN 0 902633 96 1, and Stamps of Lundy Island, 1993 Second Edition, 80 pages, ISBN 0 9514364 5 X. CMV = $30, Starting bid = $4.
    • Market Value: 30.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 36. Netherlands / East Indies: De Nederlandse Scheepspost, I. Nederland – Oost-Indié, 1600-1900 / The Netherland’s Ship Po
    • Description: De Nederlandse Scheepspost, I. Nederland – Oost-Indié, 1600-1900 / The Netherland’s Ship Post, I. The Netherlands – East Indies, 1600-1900, in Dutch, by Claude J. P. Delbeke, author-published, Aalter, Belgium, 1998, 344 pages, profusely illustrated, hardbound with dust jacket, pristine. Comprehensive, authoritative postal history handbook that includes catalogue listings of ship postal markings, information on prephilatelic covers and handstamped and manuscript markings, mail ships, routes, and detailed tabular listings of dates of ship sailings. CMV = $60, Starting bid = $20.
    • Market Value: 60.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 37. Switzerland: World War II Mail from Switzerland to Great Britain, Canada & the United States, A Postal History Handbook
    • Description: World War II Mail from Switzerland to Great Britain, Canada & the United States, A Postal History Handbook, by Charles J. LaBlonde, American Helvetia Philatelic Society, Colorado Springs, CO, 2003, iv + 222 pages, profusely illustrated, spiral bound, ISBN 0-9742619-0-4, pristine. Scarce out-of-print book with informative text on this subject, interspersed with cover illustrations and explanatory captions. EMV = $45, Starting bid = $15.
    • Market Value: 45.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 38. U.S.A.: Stamping Our History, The Story of the United States Portrayed on Its Postage Stamps
    • Description: Stamping Our History, The Story of the United States Portrayed on Its Postage Stamps, by Charles Davidson and Lincoln Diamant, Carol Publishing Group, New York City, 1990, xvi + 254 pages, profusely color illustrated, hardbound with dust jacket, ISBN 0-81840532-5, excellent condition. Oversize (11” by 11”) “coffee table” book with enlarged illustrations of and stories about U.S. stamps. CMV = $12, Starting bid = $4.
    • Market Value: 12.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 39. U.S.A.: United States Postage Stamps of 1869
    • Description: United States Postage Stamps of 1869, by Jon Rose, Linn’s Handbook Series No. 5, Amos Press, Sidney, OH, 1982, vii + 191 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, ISBN 0-940403-66-8, pristine. Details the 11 stamp issues in this series, including design origins, essays, proofs, stamps, reprints, cancellations, usages, and postal history. CMV = $12, Starting bid = $5. (2 copies)
    • Market Value: 12.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 40. U.S.A.: Discovering U.S. Rotary Booklet Pane Varieties 1926-1978
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 41. U.S.A.: Springer’s Catalogue of U.S.A. Taxpaids, B.N.A. Fantasies, M. & M. Facsimiles
    • Description: Springer’s Catalogue of U.S.A. Taxpaids, B.N.A. Fantasies, M. & M. Facsimiles, 1964-65 Third Edition, Sherwood Springer (Editor and Publisher), Los Angeles, CA, 40 pages, profusely illustrated, paperback, pristine. Priced catalogue primarily of revenue issues not listed in Scott’s U.S. Specialized Catalogue, includes extensive listings of 11 categories of stamps, facsimiles, and fantasies. CMV = $25, Starting bid = $6.
    • Market Value: 25.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 42. U.S.A. / Airmail: American Air Mail Catalogue, Fifth Edition, Volumes One and Two
    • Description: American Air Mail Catalogue, Fifth Edition, Volumes One and Two, Joseph L. Eisendrath (Editor), American Airmail Society, Washington, DC, 1975, 1000 pages, profusely illustrated, hardbound, ISBN 0-940403-30-7, excellent condition. Lot includes 96-page 1983 Pricing Supplement for Volumes One, Two, and Three. Despite outdated prices, these remain classic handbooks with extensive encyclopedia-like coverage of all aspects of airmail services (domestic and foreign flights, interrupted flights/crash covers, balloon and zeppelin mail, rates, routes, and postmarks). CMV = $30, Starting bid = $10.
    • Market Value: 30.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 43. U.S.A.: Simpson’s U.S. Postal Markings, 1851-1861
    • Description: Simpson’s U.S. Postal Markings, 1851-1861, by Thomas J. Alexander, 1979 Second Edition, U.S. Philatelic Classics Society, Inc., Columbus, OH, xiv + 434, profusely illustrated, hardbound, ISBN 0-96035-0-8, pristine. Scarce out-of-print basic work on U.S. postal markings of the 1850s and an essential reference on 19th Century U.S. covers, this 1979 Edition is a completely rewritten and major expansion from the 1959 First Edition. CMV = $75, Starting bid = $25.
    • Market Value: 75.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 44. U.S.A.: Postmarks on Postcards
    • Description: Postmarks on Postcards, by Richard W. Helbock, La Posta Publications, Lake Oswego, OR, Third Printing, 1989, vii + 248 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, pristine. Authoritative illustrated guide to early 20th Century U.S. postmarks arranged by postmark types. CMV= $15, Starting bid = $5.
    • Market Value: 15.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 45. U.S.A.: The United States Transit Markings Catalog, Volumes II, III, and IV
    • Description: The United States Transit Markings Catalog, Volumes II, III, and IV, by Charles L. Towle, Mobile Post Office Society, published serially 1977-82, 630 (3-hole punched) loose-leaf pages, profusely illustrated. Massive compilations that cover the period of 1877 to 1974, includes catalogue listings (with rarity factors) of railway post offices (Volumes II and III) and of local mail agents, transfer clerks and offices, terminal (rail, truck, and air), separating post office transit, train late & city distribution, airmail field RMS & PTS, and U.S. sea post (Volume IV). CMV = $70, Starting bid = $23.
    • Market Value: 70.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 46. U.S.A. / Revenues: Introduction to United States Revenue Stamps
    • Description: Introduction to United States Revenue Stamps, by Richard Friedberg, Linn’s Handbook Series, Linn’s Stamp News, Sidney, Ohio, 1994, 154 pages, softbound, ISBN 0-940403-62-5, pristine. Rare out-of-print demand book, and based on internet sell prices, apparently the essential reference for anyone interested in U.S. revenue stamps! CMV = $100, Starting bid = $35. (2 copies)
    • Market Value: 100.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 47. U.S.A. / Montana: Montana Territorial Postmarks
    • Description: Montana Territorial Postmarks, by Wesley N. Shellen and Francis Dunn, James E. Lee Publishing, Wheeling, IL, 2003, 128 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, ISBN 0-9712608-5-0, good condition. Outstanding explanatory information, catalogue listing of territorial postmarks with census figures, and post office locations, maps, and routes. CMV = $25, Starting bid = $8.
    • Market Value: 25.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 48. Confederate States of America: Dietz Confederate States Catalog and Handbook of the Postage Stamps and Envelopes of the Con
    • Description: Dietz Confederate States Catalog and Handbook of the Postage Stamps and Envelopes of the Confederate States of America, 1959 Edition, Van Dyk MacBride and Lawrence L. Shenfield (Editors), The Dietz Press, Inc., Richmond, VA, 286 pages, profusely illustrated, hardbound, good condition. The classic treatise on Confederate States philately ─ enough said! CMV= $50, Starting bid = $15.
    • Market Value: 50.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 49. Confederate States of America: Collector’s Guide to Confederate Philately
    • Description: Collector’s Guide to Confederate Philately, by John L. Kimbrough and Conrad Bush, author-published, Benbrook, TX, 2002, xiv + 366 pages, profusely illustrated, spiral-bound paperback, ISBN 978-0-9818893-0-6, pristine. Excellent primer that contains 25 chapters of explanatory text and nine appendices. CMV= $45, Starting bid = $18.
    • Market Value: 45.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 50. U.S.A. / Miscellaneous: The Congress Book 1994
    • Description: The Congress Book 1994, Michel Forand (Editor), American Philatelic Congress, vi + 186 pages, profusely illustrated, hardbound, ISBN 0-929333-20-9, pristine. Anthology of seven in-depth articles on the Chambers family and their U.S. postmarking devices, express stamps and services of Egypt, Soviet field post of WWII, Canada’s first provisional airmail stamp of 1932, four airmail street car R.P.O. covers, war tax stamps of Mozambique, and O.A.T. and AV 2 markings and their forerunners. CMV= $25, Starting bid = $6. (2 copies)
    • Market Value: 25.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 51. Denmark / Postal Stationery:
    • Description: Six 2001 Danish Post intact post office retail sales packs, five containing five postal cards and one containing five postal stationery invitations, all with prepaid indicia of 2001 stamp issues, Danish Post’s price for these items is DKK190.50/~$30. EMV = $45, Starting bid = $18.
    • Market Value: 45.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 52. Denmark / Cinderellas / Christmas Seals:
    • Description: Significant collection of 32 different (23 mint, 8 unused OG, and 1 postmarked) complete consecutive years of Danish National Christmas seals from 1919 to 1950, plus additional 115 mostly mint seals primarily 1952-59, AFA Julemærker Norden 2012 @ DKK1960/~$310, but market value here based solely on AFA CV @ DKK1040/~$164 for the 1919-1950 issues, with post-1950 issues not counted. EMV = $82, Starting bid = $32
    • Market Value: 82.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 53. Denmark / Ephemera:
    • Description: 74 different Postens Filateli/Danish Post Office official publicity announcements for stamp issues primarily of the 1980s (37 @ 6” x 4” postkorts and 37 @ 8¼” x 4½” brevs, all posted to U.S.A. addresses), English text (some in English and German). Interesting ancillary items that give design and production information about the stamp issues and most of which show printed uni-color (blue, red, or black) reproductions of the stamps with simulated perforations. EMV = $37, Starting bid = $9.
    • Market Value: 37.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 54. Faroes / Stamps:
    • Description: Mint new issues of February 26, 2018, five stamps and one mini-sheet of four se-tenant stamps, comprising flies (4), H. C. Müller (1), lakes II (2), and seabird fowling (2), face value = DKK150/ ~$23.99, cost from Posta = €19.50/~$23.27. CMV = $35.00, Starting bid = $14.
    • Market Value: 35.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 55. Faroes / Stamps:
    • Description: Mint new issues of April 23, 2018, six stamps and one mini-sheet of two vertical se-tenant stamps, comprising SEPAC spectacular view (1), mackerel (1), Europa bridges (2), Fuglafjørður centenary (2), and Torshavn’s Actors’ Association centenary (s/s 2), face value = DKK140/ ~$22.39, cost from Posta = €20.95/ ~$25.00. CMV = $35.50, Starting bid = $14.
    • Market Value: 35.50
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 56. Finland / Postal Cards / Postal History:
    • Description: Eleven used U.P.U. quadrilingual-design postal cards with m/75 10p indicia, comprising a complete frame type (LAPE #12) with 1880 railway postmark and boxed “ANK” receipt mark, and ten broken frame types (#13) with various 1885-1888 postmarks and receiving marks including seven “ANK” and two datestamps, LAPE @ €56/~$65.50. EMV = $50, Starting bid = $20.
    • Market Value: 50.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 57. Finland / Postal History:
    • Description: Exceptional grouping of seven covers posted 1898-99 to same addressee in Uleåborg, all franked with coat-of-arms type m/89 “three-numbered” perforated 14 x 13 definitives postmarked ‘K.P.X.P. No. 7” railway cds with receipt trilingual Uleåborg datestamps on back. Lot consists of three mourning covers franked, respectively, with 2 x 10p (Facit #29C2), horizontal pair 10p, and horizontal strip of four 5p (#28C2), plain manila cover (wax seal on back) franked with horizontal strip of four 5p and pair 10p, and three business envelopes from “AUG. TH. LAUREN, KANNUS.” Franked, respectively, with 20p (#30C2), Facit SEK1185/~$149 for stamps on cover, but premium here for mourning covers, railway postmarks, etc. EMV = $175, Starting bid = $70.
    • Market Value: 175.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 58. Finland / Postal History:
    • Description: Fourteen covers and a pictorial postcard with 1911 new Russian-design, Finnish-denominated m/09 type stamps, domestically postally used 1911-1917, frankings include postcard with 10p (Facit #64), three covers with 5p (#63), five covers with 20p [two 10p x 2,and three 20p (#65)], and six with 25p (two with vertical strips of 5p, and three with 5p + 20p, so four bicolor frankings, all with railway cds postmarks and 12 with additional transit/receipt marks including one with town straight-line and two with censor cachets, Facit SEK450/~$57 for stamps on cover, but premium for railway cds, censor, etc. EMV = $60, Starting bid = $25.
    • Market Value: 60.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 59. Finland / Postal History:
    • Description: Impressive exhibit-quality “mixed franking” 1910 registered commercial cover from Ekenäs/Tammisaari to Copenhagen with five m/89 + m/09 Russian definitives used to meet the 20-kopeck rate to Denmark, the affixed stamps (positioned left to right) consisting of a horizontal pair of m/09 2k (Facit #R19), two upside-down m/89 7k (#R6), and a third m/09 2k, tied by three trilingual Ekenäs 4/30/10 datestamps with a fourth strike at lower left, and Abo-Turku 5/1/10 transit and Copenhagen K 5/4/10 receipt postmarks on back. EMV = $50, Starting bid = $25.
    • Market Value: 50.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 60. Finland / Russia / Postal History:
    • Description: Commercial 6½” x 5” tan cover from Petrograd, Russia to Helsinki franked with a horizontal strip of five Russian 1917 5k imperforate definitives (Scott #123, not carmine but scarcer lilac) tied by three bilingual Petrograd August 3, 1917 datestamps and on back affixed additional four uncancelled strips of five of same 5k definitive (thus unusual), no transit or receipt marks. EMV = $15, Starting bid = $5.
    • Market Value: 15.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 61. Finland / Postal History:
    • Description: Lion type M/30 definitives postal history grouping of 50 1930-1954 covers and eight 1931-1955 pictorial postcards. All are domestic uses and comprise 42 single-stamp frankings, 42 covers have transit or receipt markings, nine have straight-line town cancels and one is registered, range of 50p to 25m frankings, 44 various railway postmarks and six straight-line town postmarks, and 42 with transit/receipt markings (mostly on back), so good lot for rate and postmark study; postcards include six single-stamp frankings ranging from 50p to 15m, and all have railway postmarks. Facit SEK712/~$89 for stamps on cover, but not examined for varieties and priced at cheapest listing, and additional premium here for railway and town straight-line cancels, registered, etc. EMV = $90, Starting bid = $40.
    • Market Value: 90.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 62. Finland / Postal History:
    • Description: 23 postally used items (15 different ranging from 1977 to 2004, comprising 20 postal cards (*six uprated with added postage stamps) and three postal stationery, LAPE #130 x 2, 134*, 135, 143, 145*, 146, 150 x 2, 151 x 2, 151* x 4, 159 not postmarked x 2, 166, 193, and 4 post-2000 issues, LAPE CV for 19 listed items @ €44/~$51.50, total ECV = €50/~$58.50. EMV = $39, Starting bid = $13.
    • Market Value: 39.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 63. Finland / Postal Cards:
    • Description: 24 (14 different) unused postal cards issued 1985 to 1999, LAPE #144 x 4, 146 x 2, 149 x 2, 150 x 2, 151, 152 x 2, 152v, 159, 164, 165, 178, 183 x 2, 188 x 2, and 193 x 2, LAPE @ €61/~$71. EMV = $48, Starting bid = $16
    • Market Value: 48.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 64. Finland / Stamps:
    • Description: 1995 Finnish Post “Pro Filatelia” presentation folder containing three mint sets of 1991-1995 semi-postal stamps depicting paintings, respectively, by Schjerbeck, Jarnsefelt, and Edelfelt (Scott #s B244a-b, B248 pair, and B252-53 @ $9), premium for presentation folder format. CMV = $10, Starting bid = $4.
    • Market Value: 10.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 65. Finland / Postal Stationery:
    • Description: Seven 1996 Postikirjeet (postal letters), comprising the four different plus three duplicate “Mämmilä” (“What are you doing?”) issues (LAPE #13-16), all favor cancelled with the Finnish pictorial NORDIA 96 / Reykjavík postmark, LAPE @ €14/~$16.50. EMV = $8, Starting bid = $1. (2 lots)
    • Market Value: 8.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 66. Iceland:
    • Description: 16 mint 1961-1996 miniature and souvenir sheets, comprising Facit BL#s 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, and 24 @ SEK1150/~$131 (Scott #s 344a, 581, 590, 646, 667, 681, 715, 740, 751, 772, 781a, 788, 789, 806 sheetlet of 8, 810, and 823 sheetlet of 8 @ $151). CMV = $100, Starting bid = $40.
    • Market Value: 100.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 67. Iceland:
    • Description: 16 mint 1996-2004 miniature and souvenir sheets, comprising Facit BL#s 25, 26, 27, 28, 20, 30, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42, and 43 @ SEK1049/~$119 (Scott #s 830, 841 sheetlet of 8, 848, 859a, 866, 876a, 901, 905a, 921, 926, 951, 960a, 977, 988, 1000, and 1007a @ $124.50). CMV = $82, Starting bid = $33.
    • Market Value: 82.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 68. Norway:
    • Description: Collection of 1863-1981 stamps housed in a used Lighthouse 48-page glassine stripped and interleaving stock book, comprising ~434 mostly different stamps (~136 postally used, 42 unused, and 256 mint) with total Scott 2018 CV @ $3063. Strength here is with the primarily used earlies (Scott #8 to #97 = 133 stamps @ ~$2345), followed by sporadic #99-276, but good representation of 256 mint NH for #s 408-578 + 678-778 @ $325. Many better (CVs exceeding $25) noted – for example, used #s 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17, 18, 21, 23, 26, 28, 33, 34, 35, 38a, 42, 45, 57a, 59, 60, 61, and B1-3), and in most cases where different “subtypes” are Scott listed, the stamps here were not examined for color and/or die varieties, watermarks, perforations, etc. and priced as the cheapest listed variety – so there is fertile ground here for the specialist who is willing to make time with Facit and/or Norgeskatalogen to scrutinize these stamps for pricier varieties. EMV = $850+, Starting bid = $340. Note: A detailed list of the stamps in this collection and their CVs is available upon request.
    • Market Value: 850.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 69. Norway: Norske Posthorn-Frimerker, Norwegian Posthorn Stamps Gift Set No. 2 – 1993
    • Description: Norske Posthorn-Frimerker, Norwegian Posthorn Stamps Gift Set No. 2 – 1993, 8¼” x 6” eight-page cardstock souvenir booklet, bilingual (Norwegian and English) text, with mounted therein 17 mint post horn stamps (10 to 90ø + 1 to 9kr denominations, Scott #s 417, 419, 709-14, and 960-68), 2014 Scott CV @ $20.50 for just the stamps, but Posten charges a premium over face value for its Gift Sets. EMV = $10, Starting bid = $4.
    • Market Value: 10.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 70. Norway:
    • Description: Eight unused 1888 Hammerfest By Post stamps, complete set of six and two duplicates, 2ø, 2x 4ø, 8ø, 2x 10ø, red 2ø surcharge on 10ø, and red 4ø surcharge on 8ø denominations, hinged on homemade album page, Hammerfest #1-8 in 2005 Katalog over Norges Byposter @ NOK590/~$72. CMV = $60, Starting bid = $24
    • Market Value: 60.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 71. Sweden:
    • Description: Two stock cards containing ~300 mint and unused primarily 1930-1970 stamps, much duplication but ~90 different, majority mint NH, Scott #s 241-879 and B37-46 (several #s lower and higher but majority in this range), most are inexpensive (CV <70¢ each) but some better noted (for example, 3x #241, 2x #359, 364, B32 @ $30), 2014 Scott ~$184. EMV = $75, Starting bid = $30.
    • Market Value: 75.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 72. Sweden / Covers:
    • Description: More than 200 Swedish covers with special and commemorative postmarks, mostly from the 1960s and 1970s, but a few as early as the 1930s and as late as the 1980s, these were assembled by a Swedish collector thus a compilation quite unusual to be found in North American collections. Includes ~25 covers related to various philatelic exhibitions or anniversaries of philatelic clubs, others with event postmarks for exhibitions, fairs, and various anniversaries (Jubilees) of Swedish cities, still others cite specific events or meetings such as the 23rd World Ploughing Contest in Vara, airmail to Visby in 1962, the Kristianstad Folk Festival, 200th anniversary of Swedish Veterinary Medicine, 28th Esperanto Congress in Skellefteå, and the Nordic Paper Engineers Congress of 1952, very few duplicated items. Difficult to assess a fair market value for this lot but many of these covers will sell in the $2 to $5 range, so let’s figure a cheap $1 per cover for starters. EMV = $200, Starting bid = $80.
    • Market Value: 200.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 73. Sweden / Cinderellas:
    • Description: Unusual potpourri cinderella lot comprising five different vintage Solstickan matchbox labels (poster stamps from the Swedish Charity founded in 1936 for aiding needy children and elderly), mint 1974 Isö imperforate military uniform stamp issued for the 100th Anniversary of the U.P.U., and two postally used show souvenirs – Malmö 1946 cover with added label for SFF’s 60th Anniversary and Gothia 61 postcard with added “GOTHIA 61” overprinted Swedish 2-öre definitive (Scott #68). EMV = $20, Starting bid = $8.
    • Market Value: 20.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 74. Sweden / Sports / Olympics / Ephemera:
    • Description: Four different Swedish trading cards: one 1” x 2” realphoto card issued 1932 by Coralli AB of Helsingborg for soccer player Carl Johnsson and three 1” x 1¾” cards from Alfra Confection Co. in 1936 picturing Olympic Games athletes. EMV = $12, Starting bid = $4.
    • Market Value: 12.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018
    • Lot No.: 75. Scandinavia:
    • Description: NORDIA 98 assorted ephemera, including Palmares banquet menu with three souvenir sheets affixed and cancelled by pictorial postmarks – Scott #s for s/s are Denmark #1066, Faroes #312, and Greenland #334a, 2014 Scott @ $20 – lot includes other “show welcome package” items and tourist information, but the market value here is for the three s/s. CMV = $15, Starting bid = $6.
    • Market Value: 15.00
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    • Closing Date: 10/31/2018