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    U.S. Mishmash Style Accumulation. An general assortment of predominantly U.S. odds and ends in envelopes, glassines, folders, etc., all stored in a box. Includes mint and used issues ranging anywhere from the late 19th century forward, modern year sets, unused postal cards, some slightly better sheets (including Yorktown, Byrd Antarctic Expedition, Virginia Dare), Washington Bicentennial and National Parks plate blocks, Kansas / Nebraska overprints, a Baby Zeppelin, and others, plus a Great Britain Penny Black and a complete set of Official Audubon Birds of America 150th Anniversary Commemorative Stamp Issue (issued by the Republic of Haiti) in sheets (total of 15 sheets to the set). Some typical mixed condition to be expected, otherwise Fine to Very Fine...

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2009
    8th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 1
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