James R. Simon Collection
June 12, 2019

The James R. Simon collection is comprised of over 600 volumes, well researched by a historian and student of philately of very diverse areas, starting with Afghanistan and Albania, continuing with extensive Austro-Hungarian Empire, impressive Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Serbia, Montenegro and Yugoslavia, as well as Croatia, Fiume and Trieste. There are specialized collections of Honduras, Liberia, Poland, Russia and Ukraine, Armenia, Georgia and many others. Most of the collections are offered intact and include United States & Possessions, Independent Asia, Benelux and British Commonwealth, Canada, Croatia, Cuba, Germany, Greece, Italy and Italian Colonies, as well as South and Central America, Japan, Korea, Portugal and Colonies, Turkey, Uruguay and many others. Many of the collections are highly specialized and viewing is recommended, either in person (by appointment prior to the sale) or here on our website, where additional scans are added continuously.

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Lot #4266
LARGE LOTS AND COLLECTIONS FRANCE
1900-75 "Exposition Philatelique", large specialized collection on pages in Scott binder, many hundreds of perf. and imperf. stamps and vignettes issued for the many Philatelic Exhibitions, including covers, cards and stationery envelopes, blocks of four, sheetlets, Patriotic designs, booklet panes, better items include 1923 Congres de Bordeaux unused and on cover (Scott 197, $1,090), 1927 Strasbourg souvenir sheet with Exposition cancels (241, $1,000), 1929 Le Havre unused and on cover (246, $1,350), souvenir sheets, Air Post, 1937 PEXIP souvenir sheet (329, $360), plus many others. Also included are numerous International Exhibition labels, Fairs in various towns, Jewelry and Art, Music, Cinema, Festivals and much more. A comprehensive and seldom offered collection of many rare and beautiful stamps and labels
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Price Realized
$2,000.00

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