September 24-25 Auction

Auctions

Saturday, September 24 and Sunday, September 25

2:00 p.m.

Saturday:  Whirlpool Ice Magic Plus stainless steel double door refrigerator, Whirlpool Heavy Duty washer and dryer, GE stainless microwave, dishwashers, walnut poster/canopy bed with removable canopy, like-new 3-cushion sofa, Smith Brothers red leather recliner, like new oversized suede electric recliner chair, oak dinette set with 6 chairs, new chests, cocktail and end tables, console tables, pub tables, bar stools, benches, Kroehler walnut bedroom suite, night stands, Large collection of Hallmark die cast Kiddie Car Classics, collection of over 100 Hallmark Keepsake ornaments, large collection of porcelain collector dolls, Holiday Barbie dolls, door stops, cookie jars, 30′ aluminum extension ladder, tools, shop vac, small kitchen appliances, small heaters, Duroflame electric fireplace with remote, Dyson portable heater, GoldStar humidifier, Emerson Moist Air humidifier, The Beast Portable Jump-Start System, Shop Vac, Craftsman tools, battery charger, Orick vacuum, Miele Plus sweeper, Euro-Pro Shark Transformer Vacuum, Flexible Flyer 4 X 4 wagon, misc. china and glassware, depression glass, iron lard kettles, other iron items, box lots with good household and holiday items, tobacco baskets, stone jars, misc. glassware, luggage, air mattress, and much more.

Sunday:  Rosewood china cabinet/bookcase, walnut corner cupboard, walnut Victorian parlor set, cherry stand tables, cherry and oak dining tables, Humphreys “Specifics” 34-drawer apothecary cabinet, Clark’s ONT 5-drawer spool cabinet, mahogany pie crust tables, 2-tier mahogany tables, walnut sideboard, walnut Eastlake dresser, walnut sofa table, oak wash stand and chest, painted oak 5-stack bookcase, (3) leaded panel lamps, fine Argand lamp with finely cut shade, Capodimonte table lamp, Stiffel brass table lamps, lamp parts, Fenton, good selection of paperweights (St. Clair (Bob, Maude and Bob, Joe), Blenko, Fenton, Murano, ICET, Willow Creek Glass, Gibson, Golden Crown Italy), viewscopes and cards, Blenko, child’s Singer sewing machine, Germantown Milling Co. flour sacks (“Sample” gilt Edge Enriched; White Rose Self-Rising 2-5-10 lb.; Maid o’the Wheat Self-Rising 2-5-10 lb.; Maid o’the Wheat All-Purpose 2 lb. and 10 lb.; White Rose All-Purpose; Top Notch; Top Notch Self-Rising 2 lb. and 5 lb.; Bolted-White Self-Rising Corn Meal Mix 2-5-10 lb.; Gilt Edge Graham Whole Wheat 5 lb.; Gilt Edge 5 lb.; White Rose Plain 10 lb.; gilt Edge Self-Rising 10 lb.), pattern and pressed glass, 1968-71 Indianapolis 50 bronze pit badges, and more. Thomas Kincade “Clocktower Cottage – Streams of Time I” signed and numbered 1989/3850 print; Ned Smith signed and numbered print on canvas of a turkey in flight; Tom Mansanarez 2008 signed and numbered 2354/2600 National Wild Turkey Federation framed print; James S. Wright signed and numbered 66/100 print of a Wildcat signed by Rick Pitino; National Wild Turkey Federation figure “The Getaway” by Greg O’Neal number 819/2600.

Fine Early Stamp Collection:  1847 Benjamin Franklin; 1851-57 George Washington; 1861-66 George Washington; 1869 Locomotive; 1870-71 Jackson, Washington, Jefferson, Webster; 1873 Abraham Lincoln; 1879 Franklin, Washington, Jefferson, Jackson; 1882 Franklin, Washington; 1883 Washington, Jackson; 1887 Franklin, Washington; 1888 Jackson, Garfield; 1890-93 Franklin, Washington, Jackson; 1894 Franklin, Washington, Jackson; 1895 Franklin; 1898 Franklin; 1902-03 Franklin, Washington, Lincoln, Garfield, Webster; 1903-06 Washington; 1908-09 Franklin, Washington; 1910-11 Washington; 1917-19 Washington, Franklin; 1922-25 Washington, Martha Washington, Jefferson, Monroe, Golden Gate, US Capitol, America, Warren G. Harding; 1923-26 Franklin, Washington; 1923-29 Franklin, Washington; 1930 Harding, Taft; 1925-26 Wilson; 1926-34 Group of (12); 1931 Cleveland, Statue of Liberty; 1932 Washington; 1931 Wilson, Golden Gate, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Amphitheater; 1938-43 The Presidential Issue; 1930 and ’34 Winged Globe; Air Mail stamps (1938-39, 41-44, 46, 47, 48, 49); 1943 booklet pane; 1891-93, 1930-31, 1931-32 Postage Due; 1888, 1917, 1925 1927, 1944 Special Delivery; 1893 Special Delivery in orange; 1861-64 Confederate States of America; 1893 Columbian Exhibition; 1898 Trans-Mississippi Exposition; other Exhibition stamps (1904, ’07, ’09, ’19, ’20, ’23, ’24, ’25, ’27, ’29, ’30, ’31); 1932 Washington Bicentennial; 1932 Olympic Winter Games and Olympiad; 1933-34-36 Commemoratives; 1935 1-10 cent Imperforates of parks; 1936 Third International Philatelic Exhibition issue; 1937 Society of Philatelic American issue; 1936-37 Army/Navy issues; 1937 Territorial issues; Commemorative issues up to 1952, and more.  Complete inventory list will be on line.

Terms:  Cash or check with proper ID.  Visa and MasterCard accepted.  10% Buyer’s Premium added on all items.

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    1. 1847 Issue Benjamin Franklin, 1, blue in center
    2. 1851-57 Issue George Washington, 26, partial town cancellation
    3. 1861-66 Issue George Washington, 65, partial grid cancellation
    4. 1869 Issue Locomotive, 114, on card stock
    5. 1870-71 Issue Andrew Jackson, 146, circle of wedges cancellation
    6. 1870-71 Issue George Washington, 147, with partial cancellation
    7. 1870-71 Issue Thomas Jefferson, 150, with partial cancellation
    8. 1870-71 Issue Daniel Webster, 152, with 4-wedge cancellation
    9. 1873 Issue Abraham Lincoln, 159, with single line cancellation
    10. 1879 Issue Benjamin Franklin, 182, with circular cancellation
    11. 1879 Issue Andrew Jackson, 183, with circular cancellation and partial town mark
    12. 1879 Issue George Washington, 184, with circular cancellation
    13. 1879 Issue Thomas Jefferson, 185, with cancellation
    14. 1882 Issue Benjamin Franklin, 206, Block of 2, with 1886 cancellation
    15. 1882 Issue Benjamin Franklin, 206, with cancellation
    16. 1882 Issue George Washington, 207, with bulls eye cancellation
    17. 1883 Issue George Washington, 210, block of 2
    18. 1883 Issue George Washington, 210
    19. 1883 Issue Andrew Jackson, 211, circle in grid cancellation
    20. 1887 Issue Benjamin Franklin, 212, partial circular cancellation
    21. 1887 Issue George Washington, 213,
    22. 1887 Issue George Washington, 213, cursive cancellation
    23. 1887 Issue George Washington, 213, partial cancellation
    24. 1888 Issue Andrew Jackson, 215, partial cancellation
    25. 1888 Issue James A Garfield, 216, double circle with 5 cancellation
    26. 1890-93 Issue Benjamin Franklin, 219, “X” cancellation
    27. 1890-93 Issue George Washington, 221, grid and circle partial cancellation
    28. 1890-93 Issue Andrew Jackson, 221, grid cancellation
    29. 1894 Issue Benjamin Franklin, 247, partial cancellation
    30. 1894 Issue George Washington, 249, 6 wavy line cancellation
    31. 1894 Issue George Washington, 252, partial cancellation
    32. 1894 Issue Andrew Jackson, 253
    33. 1895 Issue Benjamin Franklin, 264, partial cancellation
    34. 1898 Issue Benjamin Franklin, 279, partial double cancellation
    35. 1902-03 Issue Benjamin Franklin, 300, faint cancellation
    36. 1902-03 Issue George Washington, 301, partial cancellation
    37. 1902-03 Issue Abraham Lincoln, 304, partial cancellation
    38. 1902-03 Issue James A Garfield, 305, partial double cancellation
    39. 1902-03 Issue Daniel Webster, 307, partial town cancellation
    40. 1903-06 Issue George Washington, 319, wavy line cancellation
    41. 1908-09 Issue Benjamin Franklin, 331, with 7-line cancellation
    42. 1908-09 Issue George Washington, 332, partial town and cancellation
    43. 1908-09 Issue George Washington, 333, with cancellation
    44. 1908-09 Issue George Washington, 336, with partial New York cancellation
    45. 1908-09 Issue George Washington, 338
    46. 1910-11 Issue George Washington, 375, 7-line cancellation
    47. 1917-19 Issue George Washington, 452, partial town cancellation
    48. 1917-19 Issue George Washington, 453, with partial cancellation
    49. 1917-19 Issue George Washington, 464, with partial cancellation
    50. 1917-19 Issue George Washington, 468, with partial cancellation
    51. 1917-19 Issue Benjamin Franklin, 472, with partial Chicago cancellation
    52. 1917-19 Issue Benjamin Franklin, 478, with punched hole cancellation
    53. 1922-25 Issue George Washington, 554, with partial cancellation
    54. 1922-25 Issue Martha Washington, 556, with partial cancellation
    55. 1922-25 Issue Thomas Jefferson, 561, with partial cancellation
    56. 1922-25 Issue James Monroe, 562
    57. 1922-25 Issue Golden Gate, 567, scroll cancellation
    58. 1922-25 Issue US Capitol, 572, scroll cancellation
    59. 1922-25 Issue America, 573, partial cancellation
    60. 1922-25 Issue Imperforate Warren G. Harding, 576, 7-line cancellation
    61. 1922-25 Issue George Washington, 577, 7-line cancellation
    62. 1923-26 Issue Benjamin Franklin, 581, partial cancellation
    63. 1923-26 George Washington, 583, 7-line cancellation
    64. 1923-29 Issue Benjamin Franklin, 597, partial town cancellation
    65. 1930 Warren G. Harding, Cedar Rapids Iowa cancellation
    66. 1923-29 Issue George Washington, 599, coil line pair, 5 wavy line cancellation
    67. 1923-29 Issue Benjamin Franklin, 604
    68. 1925-26 Issue Woodrow Wilson, 622, Chicago cancellation
    69. 1926-34 Issue Group of (12)
    70. 1930 Issue William G. Harding, perforated, 6-lin cancellation
    71. 1930 Issue William Howard Taft, perforated, oval double cancellation
    72. 1930 Issue Warren G. Harding, Buy US Savings Bonds cancellation, Coil perforated verticle
    73. 1931 Issue Grover Cleveland, partial cancellation
    74. 1931 Issue Statue of Liberty, partial cancellation mark
    75. 1932 Issue George Washington (2), 720 and 721 (with cancellation)
    76. 1931 Issue Perforated 10 ½ X 11 – (5) – Wilson, Golden Gate, Niagra Falls, Buffalo, Amphitheatre
    77. 1938-43 The Presidential Issue:  Page 1 with 10 of 11 stamps, missing The White House, (4) with cancellations; Page 2 with 7 of 11 stamps, missing James K. Polk, Andrew Johnson, Ulysses S. Grant and Rutherford B. Hayes, (3) with cancellations; Page 3 with 5 of 10, missing Chester A. Arthur, Grover Cleveland, Benjamin Harrison, Warren G. Harding and Calvin Coolidge.  With 1939 Issue of Perforated 10 Vertically Coil stamps 5 of 9, all with cancellations, missing 4 cent, 4 ½ cent and 10 cent; plus a Perforated 10 Horizontally 1 cent with cancellation
    78. 1930 Issue Winged Globe, C-12, Air-Mail, with cancallation
    79. 1934 Issue Winged Globe, Air-Mail, with cancellation
    80. Air-Mail stamps:  Issue of 1938, Issue of 1939, 4 of 7 of Issue of 1941-44, Issue of 1946, Issue of 1947, 2 of 3 of Issue of 1947, Issue of 1948 Perforated 11 X 10 ½, Issue of 1949 Perforated 10 1/2 X 11, Issue of 1949 Coil Perforated 10 Horizontally
    81. Issue of 1943 Air-Mail booklet pane
    82. 1891-93 (2) One Cent Postage Due with cancellation
    83. 1891-93 Two Cent Postage Due
    84. 1891-93 Three Cent Postage Due with cancellation
    85. 1930-31 One Dollar Postage Due with partial cancellation
    86. 1931-32 Postage Due stamps, ½ cent to 50 cents, all with cancellations
    87. 1888 Issue Special Delivery, Messenger Running, with cancellation
    88. 1917 Issue Special Delivery, Man on Bike, with cancellation
    89. 1925 Issue Perforated 11 Special Delivery, 15 cent and 20 cent, with cancellations
    90. 1927 Issue Perforated 11 X 10 ½ Special Delivery 10 cent, with cancellation
    91. 1944 Issue Special Delivery 13 cents
    92. 1861-64 Confederate States of America 10 cent
    93. 1861-64 Confederate States of America 10 cent, block of 4
    94. 1893 Columbian Exposition 8 of 16, (5) with cancellation marks.  Missing Announcing His Discovery, Columbus at La Rabida, Recall of Columbus, Isabella Pledging Her Jewels, Columbus in Chains, Describing His Third Voyage, Isabella and Columbus, Christopher Columbus
    95. Jan. 24, 1893 to Jan. 5, 1894 Special Delivery with Messenger Running, in orange, 10 cent
    96. (4) 1893 Columbian Exposition blocks of 2: Columbus in Sight of Land, with cancellation; Landing of Columbus, with cancellation; Fleet of Columbus, with cancellation; Columbus Welcomed at Barcelona, with cancellation.
    97. Trans-Mississippi Exposition 1898: Marquette on the Mississippi, with cancellation; Farming in the West, with cancellation
    98. Louisiana Purchase Exposition 1904, Thomas Jefferson, with cancellation; Jamestown Exposition 1907, Founding of Jamestown, with cancellation
    99. Lincoln Memorial 1909, with cancellation; Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition 1909; Panama-Pacific Exposition Balboa
    100. Victory Stamp 1919, 3 cent, with cancellation.
    101. 1920 Pilgrim Tercentenary 3-stamp set:  The Mayflower; Landing of the Pilgrims, with cancellation; Signing the Compact
    102. 1923 Harding Memorial 2 cent, 1925 Norse American 2 cent, Sloop Restaurationen, cancellation
    103. 1924 Huguenot-Walloon Tercentenary – Ship, New Netherlands, Landing at Fort Orange; 1925 Lexington-Concord – Washington at Cambridge, Birth of Liberty, The Minute Men
    104. 1927 Burgoyne Campaign, with partial cancellation
    105. 1929 Thomas Alva Edison, single from sheet with cancellation, (2) from coil
    106. 1930 Commemoratives:  Massachusetts Bay Colony, with cancellation; General Von Steuben, with cancellation; Carolina – Charleston, with cancellation.  1931 Commemoratives: General Pulaski, with cancellation; Yorktown Sesqui-Centennial; Red Cross
    107. 1931 Yorktown Sesqui-Centennial, block of 3
    108. 1932 Washington Bicentennial – 8 of 11 in series – 1, 1 ½, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 cent.  1 ½, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 with cancellations.
    109. 1932 Commemoratives:  III Olympic Winter Games, Ski Jumper, with cancellation; X Olympiad, 3 cent and 5 cent, both with cancellation; Arbor Day, with cancellation.
    110. 1933 Commemoratives:  Georgia Bicentennial, General Oglethorpe, with cancellation; Proclamation of Peace, Washington’s Headquarters at Newburgh, N.Y., with cancellation; Century of Progress, Fort Dearborn, with cancellation; The Federal Building; N.R.A., Worker’s Marching Forward, with cancellation
    111. 1934 Little America, imperforate
    112. 1934 Mother’s Day, with cancellation
    113. 1935 Commemorative 1-10 cent Imperforates: Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Mt. Ranier, Mesa Verde, Crater Lake, Yellowstone, Acadia, Zion, Glacier Lake, Great Smoky Mountains; plus (3) of the 1934 Issue – Mt. Ranier, Yosemite, Glacier Lake
    114. 1935 Yosemite block of 4, perforate
    115. 1931 Red Cross block of 4
    116. 1936 Commemoratives:  Susan B. Anthony; Texas Centennial, with cancellation; Arkansas Centennial; Oregon Territory
    117. 1936 Third International Philatelic Exhibition Special Imperforate Miniature sheet of (4) stamps
    118. 1936-37 Army/Navy, sets of (50 stamps each
    119. 1937 Territorial Issue, Alaska – Mt. McKinley, with cancellation
    120. 1937 society of Philatelic American souvenir sheet, Ashville, N.C.
    121. 1939 New York World’s Fair, with Trylon and Perisphere, with cancellation
    122. 1939 Baseball Centennial, Sand Lot Game, with cancellation
    123. 1940 Famous Americans – Authors:  Washington Irving, James Fenimore Cooper, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Louisa May Alcott, Samuel L. Clemens
    124. 1940 Famous Americans – Authors – Washington Irving, block of 4
    125. 1940 Famous Americans – Authors – James Fenimore Cooper, block of 4
    126. 1940 Famous Americans – Poets:  Henry W. Longfellow, John Greenleaf Whittier, James Russell Lowell, Walt Whitman, James Whitcomb Riley
    127. 1940 Famous Americans – Educators:  Horace Mann, Mark Hopkins, Charles W. Eliot, Frances E. Willard, Booker T. Washington
    128. 1940 Famous Americans – Scientists:  John James Audubon, Dr. Crawford W. Long, Luther Burbank, Dr. Walter Reed, Jane Addams
    129. 1940 Famous Americans – Composers: Stephen Collins Foster, John Philip Sousa, Victor Herbert, Edward A MacDowell, Ethelbert Nevis
    130. 1940 Famous Americans – Artists:  Gilbert Charles Stuart, James A. McNeil Whistler, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Daniel Chester French, Frederic Remington
    131. 1940 Famous Americans – Inventors:  Eli Whitney, Samuel F.B. Morse, Cyrus H. McCormick, Elias Howe, Alexander Graham Bell
    132. 1940 National Defense:  Statue of Liberty, Anti-Aircraft Gun, Torch Symbolizing “Enlightenment”, with cancellations
    133. Commemoratives:  1942 – Win the War, with cancellation; 1943 – United Nations, Four Freedoms
    134. 1943 Four Freedoms, block of 6
    135. 1943-44 Over-run Countries (13):  Poland, Czechoslovakia, Norway, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Greece, Yugoslavia, Albania, Austria, Denmark, Korea
    136. 1944 Commemoratives:  Railroad, Steamship, Telegraph, Corregidor, Motion Picture; (3) with cancellation
    137. 1945 Commemoratives:  Florida Statehood, United Nations Conference, Alfred E. Smith
    138. 1945 Commemoratives:  Franklin Delano Roosevelt – Hyde Park, Little White House, White House, Globe
    139. 1945-46 Armed Forces Commemoratives:  Iwo Jima; Army; Navy, with cancellation; L.C.T. Boats, with cancellation; Liberty Ship
    140. Commemoratives:  1945 Texas Statehood; 1946 Honorable Discharge, with partial cancellation; 1946 Jackson, Sevier and State Capitol; 1946 Iowa Statehood, with cancellation; 1946 Smithsonian Institution; 1946 New Mexico, Kearny Expedition, with cancellation
    141. 1947 Commemoratives:  Joseph Pulitzer; Thomas A. Edison, with cancellation; American Doctors; Everglades Park, with cancellation; Utah Centennial, with cancellation; Frigate Constitution
    142. 1947 Centenary International Philatelic Exhibition, New York, Methods of Transportation; Reproduction of the First U.S. Stamps
    143. 1948 Commemoratives:  Dr. George W. Carver; discovery of gold; Four Chaplains; Mississippi Territory; Wisconsin Centennial; Swedish Pioneer Centennial; Progress of Women; William Allen White; Century of Friendship; Francis Scott Key, with cancellation; American Youth Month; Justice Stone, with cancellation; Clara Barton, with cancellation; Volunteer Firemen, with cancellation; Indian Centennial; Will Rogers; Juliette Low; Fort Bliss Centennial; Joel Chandler Harris; American Turners; Gettysburg Address; Moina Michael
    144. 1948 Gettysburg Address, block of 4
    145. 1949 Commemoratives:  Minnesota Territory, with cancellation; Washington and Lee University, with cancellation; Puerto Rico; Annapolis Tercentenary, with cancellation; Edgar Allan Poe; Alexandria Bicentennial; Grand Army of the Republic
    146. 1950 Commemoratives:  California Statehood; Samuel Gompers; Indiana Territory; American Bankers; Railroad Engineers, with cancellation; Midwest Centenary; Boy Scouts of America; Washington Sesquicentennial Celebration – Legislative Branch, Freedom, Judicial Branch, Executive Branch.  1951 Commemoratives:  Colorado Statehood; Nevada Settlement; United Confederate Veterans; The Landing of Cadillac at Detroit; American Chemical Society
    147. 1950 Boy Scouts of America, pane of 50, minus one at lower left corner
    148. 1950 Nevada Settlement, pane of 50, minus one at top right
    149. 1950 Judicial Branch, US Supreme Court, block of 4
    150. 1951 United Confederate Veterans, block of 6, minus lower right; 1949 Grand Army of the Republic, block of 4
    151. 1951 Washington Saves His Army at Brooklyn, pane of 20
    152. 1951 Washington Saves His Army at Brooklyn, block of 4, plus one
    153. 1950 American Bankers, block of 4
    154. 1951 Colorado Statehood, block of 4, plus one
    155. 1948 American Turners, block or 4
    156. 1893 Columbian Exposition Commemorative envelope clip
    157. Betsy Ross, pane of 50, minus one upper right
    158. Air-Mail 25 cent, block of 4
    159. NATO, block of 4
    160. The National Guard of the US, block of 6, minus one lower right
    161. 4-H Clubs, block of 4
    162. 1952 Commemorative, Reclamation, block of 4, plus one
    163. Arrival of Lafayette in America – 1777, block of 4, plus one
    164. 1952American Automobile Association 50th Anniversary, block of 4, plus one
    165. 1952 125 Years of Rail Transportation, block of 4, plus one
    166. (3) envelopes/letters with early free hand cancellations
    167. (3) Columbian Exposition covers
    168. Postal Stationary:  Washington W389, unused, Frankfort, KY; U311 var. with New York 1892 post mark; U277a var. with Louisville, 1886 post mark; Panama Canal cancellation on 2 cent stamp with 1913 post mark; 2 cent postcard from Georgetown to Frankfort
    169. Book of Foreign stamps
    170. 1st Day Covers:  1948 American Turners; 1948 Fort Bliss; 1952 Grand Coulee Dam; 1949 Grand Army of the Republic; 1950 boy Scouts of America; Frankfort, KY envelope with 1926 Sesquicentennial Exposition stamp
    171. Page of early stamps with cancellations
    172. Page of Air-Mail stamp with cancellations, Internal Revenue stamp
    173. Sheet of stamps, one without cancellation
    174. Air-Mail and other stamps with cancellations
    175. Page of early stamps, with and without cancellations
    176. Partial sheet of cancelled stamps, with one without cancellation
    177. Sheet of various stamps, including Postage Due issues
    178. 1950 Boy Scouts of America 1st Day Cover; (2) national Jamboree Valley Forge 1950 1st Day Covers
    179. Black Hills South Dakota, block of 4, plus one
    180. Foreign stamps – Hungary, India, Spain, Austria, Mexico
    181. Foreign Stamps – Egypt, Cyprus, Hitler Heads, San Marino, Guadaloupe, Nicaragua, Bulgaria
    182. 13 cent Special Delivery with motorcycle (4), one with cancellation
    183. Yosemite 1 cent, 3 blocks of (3)
    184. (3) 1 cent, 10 cent Internal Revenue Documentary Stamps, 1 cent Series of 1898 Internal Revenue Documentary Stamp
    185. ½ cent, 2 cent (2), (2) 10 cent Postage Due stamps with cancellation
    186. (4) blocks of (2 and (3) single 1 cent Yosemite
    187. (4) Littleton envelopes, 1 Raymax
    188. (7) Folk Art blocks of (4) 22 cent stamps
    189. Nevada 1951 with cancellation, B&) railroad 1952 with cancellation, Colorado 1951 with cancellation, (2) Reclamation 1952, one with cancellation, Arrival of Lafayette in America with cancellation, Washington Territory 1953 with cancellation, Centennial of Engineering 1952 with cancellation, Future Farmers of America 1953
    190. 1931 Red Cross, NATO with cancellation, Monticello 20 cent with cancellation, (3) John Adams 2 cent 1797-1801, (2) Franklin 1 cent, Franklin 1706-1790, Susan B. Anthony 50 cent with cancellation, Edgar Allan Poe
    191. Columbus Presenting Natives, with cancellation, Columbus in Sight of Land (2), with cancellation, Fleet of Columbus, with cancellation, Landing of Columbus with cancellation, 300th Anniversary of New York with cancellation, 200th Anniversary – The Birth of Betsy Ross, Washington Saves His Army at Brooklyn
    192. Foreign stamps
    193. 1986 Liberty Stamps: (4) blocks of 4, (5) singles, (1) row of 3
    194. Cut Squares:  U359 with cancellation, W425 with cancellation, U296 with cancellation, U292 with cancellation
    195. Cut Squares:  U292 with cancellation, U015 with cancellation, U311 (3) with cancellation, U160 with cancellation
    196. Cut Squares:  Washington 1 cent, Jefferson 1 cent, Three Cents, 1 ½ cents
    197. Everglades National Park block of 4, (2) 1952 Mt. Rushmore National Memorial, one with cancellation, (2) Indiana Territory Sesquicentennial 1950, American Institute of Architects 1957, Tennessee 150th Anniversary of Statehood, 50th Anniversary Devil’s Tower National Monument
    198. The 4-H Clubs of America with cancellation, Boy Scouts of America (2) with cancellation, Women in Our Armed Services, with cancellation, These Immortal Chaplains, Newspaper boys, Children’s Stamp 1956, 1952 500th Anniversary of the printing of the first book, The Holy Bible by Johann Gutenberg, Honoring Gen. George S. Patton and the Armed Forces of the U.S. Army
    199. US Ari-Mail 5 cent (4), 3 attached, one with cancellation; (2) 6 cent Air-Mail with cancellation; 6 cent Air-Mail with Eagle, with cancellation; 8 cent Air-Mail with cancellation; 6 cent Air-Mail with wings and globe, with cancellation
    200. Block of 6 Thomas Jefferson 1801-1809; block of 4 George Washington 1789-1797, Andrew Jackson 1829-1837, (4) Martha Washington, George Washington 1 cent with cancellation; Patrick Henry $1 with cancellation
    201. Alfred E. Smith (2); George Washington Carver (2); William Allen White (2); 1953 Ohio Sesquicentennial with cancellation; The Hermitage with cancellation; American Automobile Association 1952 50th Anniversary (2)
    202. American Automobile Association 1952 50th Anniversary with cancellation; The national Guard of the US with cancellation, Special Delivery 10 cent with motorcycle, with cancellation, Labor Day 3 cent; Columbia University 1754-1954 with cancellation; 100 Years of Progress of Women 1848-1948; International Red Cross 3 cent with cancellation; Indian Centennial 1948; Home of Theodore Roosevelt with cancellation; 200th Anniversary of Nassau Hall 1756-1956
    203. Mexico and Foreign stamps, Republica De Cuba post card; Cuba stamps with cancellation; Cayman Islands Air-Mail envelope; Italian postcard; 1917 postcard; 1934 postcard
    204. 1841 letter
    205. (2) bags stamp hinges
    206. May 2007 Nutmeg Stamp Sales catalog, Mail Auction 144, plus postal issues pages

 

 

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