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Postal stationery collection plus specialized extras!

Postal stationery collection plus specialized extras!

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Regular Price: $2,300.00

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Nice postal stationery collection in a Scott binder with slip, then a whole bunch more that I’ll call an “accumulation” for lack of a better term – loose, banded, on old custom pages, etc.  Probably 1,000 or so items with better noted.  An old-time unpicked group waiting for the specialist to look closer.  The easiest to assess is the Scott album, where a lot of nice cut squares with CV’s to $200 or more are present.  Highlights include Scott U19-W20-W21 (CV $167+) and includes better like U62 ($100), U64, U68-U69 ($465), U71-U73 ($335), Reay and Plimpton issues (including a few nice full corners,) U226 ($350), U345 (full corner,) Columbians complete, nice selection of surcharges, airmails just about complete except for the rarities (with specialized items present,) etc. In addition to these highlights, there’s a plethora of $5-$50 items in very nice condition, and the total Scott value will add up very quickly

In addition to the album, there are many loose entires, some loose pages (with some exceptional, highly-specialized material especially in the airmails,) other odds and ends (both mint and used) including a few FDC’s (like U523-U528), advertising, albinos (including a number of postally used examples,) banded items (like U528 mint entires x100, CV $425+), a number of penalty overprint items, etc.  I’ve not checked very closely, but finds are very likely as this knowledgeable collector seemed to set stuff aside only if there was some reason to do so. 

Huge retail potential with lots of upside! Great for specialist expansion or resale as quality is well above the norm. 

Additional Information

Additional Information

Item Number 962188
Large Lot Type Accumulation

Extension/Expertization Policy

Expertization/Extension Policy

Any uncertified (single) stamp that I sell may be placed on "extension" while a certificate of expertization is obtained. In addition, stamps with existing certificates issued prior to January 1, 2015 may be placed on extension for a new certificate. Individual stamps from a larger lot may not be placed on extension, unless prior approval has been obtained. The following procedure must be followed for all extensions:

  • All lots must be paid for in advance and the lot will ship once payment clears. Upon receipt, please examine the item. If you agree with my description but want a certificate, then...
  • You must notify me (preferably at time of purchase) that you are requesting a certificate and we must agree on a 3rd party service (APEX, PF, PSAG and PSE are acceptable) to do the certification. This notification must occur within 7 days of receipt but in no event later than 30 days from the purchase date. The item must be submitted within 7 days of receipt, but in no event later than 30 days from the sale.
  • You submit the item as the rightful owner and pay any certification and postage costs required at that time.
  • If the item comes back with an opinion stating "not genuine", with a different identification (different Scott number), or with faults not originally described, you may return the lot and I will reimburse your purchase price plus the cost of the certificate (up to 20% of the purchase price or $100, whichever is lower). The stamp must not be marked in any way, and must be returned in the original condition (not encapsulated). Express service premiums are not reimbursable. Certificate costs are not refundable if the service cannot render an opinion, or if a graded certificate disagrees with any statement regarding grade or estimated grade.
  • Upon receipt of the returned stamp and certificate, I will credit your account (as defined in (4) above) within 24 hours. You can leave the money on account to apply toward future purchases, or request a refund, in which case funds will be sent within 2 business days.

The following expertization services are acceptable: