Scandinavian Collectors Club

    • Lot No.: 1. Denmark/Danish Areas: AFA Specialkatalog 1981-82
    • Description: AFA Specialkatalog 1981-82, in Danish, Lars Boes (Ed.), Aarhus Frimærkehandel, Aarhus, Denmark, 1981, 448 pages, profusely illustrated, hardbound, ISBN 87-7012-087-0, pristine. The standard priced stamp catalogue in Denmark where AFA catalog numbers are used extensively, with detailed specialized listings of the stamps of Denmark, Faroes, Greenland, and Danish West Indies. Though superseded by later editions, this out-of-print, seldom-offered 1981-82 effort remains an essential reference handbook, containing several important one-off articles, including 108 pages of detailed, specialized information on the Denmark and DWI bi-color issues. This lot includes a separate 10-page paperback supplement listing additional die varieties. CMV = $54, Starting bid = $13.
    • Market Value: 54.00
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    • Closing Date: 02/01/2017
    • Lot No.: 2. Denmark/Danish Areas: AFA Specialkatalog 1987-88
    • Description: : AFA Specialkatalog 1987-88, in Danish, Lars Boes (Ed.), Aarhus Frimærkehandel, Aarhus, Denmark, 1987, 592 pages, profusely illustrated, hardbound, ISBN 87-7012-164-8, pristine. Priced catalog with detailed listings of the stamps of Denmark, Faroes, Greenland, Danish West Indies, and Slesvig (Schleswig-Holstein). Though superseded by later editions, this 1987-88 effort remains an essential reference handbook, containing several important one-off articles, including 146 pages of Slesvig and Greenland postal markings, Greenland parcel cards, plate flaws of Danish 1918-33 Christian X issues, Danish postal etiquettes, Danish essays and proofs, and Danish booklets, with detailed tables of Danish postal rates from 1851 to 1981. Out-of-print, high-demand reference work. CMV = $69, Starting bid = $17
    • Market Value: 69.00
    • Lot No.: 3. Denmark/Danish Areas: AFA Specialkatalog 1995
    • Description: AFA Specialkatalog 1995, in Danish, Lars Boes (Ed.), Aarhus Frimærkehandel, Aarhus, Denmark, 1994, 720 pages, profusely illustrated, hardbound, ISBN 87-7012-232-6, with matching slipcase, good condition (slight binding separation). Priced catalog with detailed listings of the stamps of Denmark, Faroes, Greenland, Danish West Indies, Slesvig, and Iceland. Though superseded by later editions, this 1995 effort remains an essential reference handbook in that added are a specialized Iceland stamp section, Iceland postmark types and postal rates, extensive listings of Danish numeral cancellations, Danish-English vocabulary list, and special articles on Denmark’s 1882-1904 coat-of-arms 20-øre issues and production of Danish stamps. CMV = $82, Starting bid = $20.
    • Market Value: 82.00
    • Lot No.: 4. Denmark/Danish Areas: AFA Specialkatalog 2002
    • Description: AFA Specialkatalog 2002, in Danish, Lars Boes (Ed.), AFA-Forlaget, Otterup, Denmark, 2001, 800 pages, profusely illustrated in color, hardbound, ISBN 87-7012-306-3, pristine. Priced catalog with detailed 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. This 2002 effort 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 = $20.
    • Market Value: 80.00
    • Lot No.: 5. Denmark: Frimærke Årbogen / Stamp Yearbook,
    • Description: Frimærke Årbogen / Stamp Yearbook, in Danish, four different softbound yearbooks by Ib Eichner-Larsen, 1967-68,1968-69, 1969-70, and 1976-77 editions, poor condition (water damaged and staining, but all pages are readable), consequently discounted from CMV. Each edition contains 148 to 160 pages and is an anthology of illustrated articles on Danish stamps, postmarks, and personages. CMV = $30, Starting bid = $3.
    • Market Value: 30.00
    • Lot No.: 6. Finland: LaPe Suomi Postimerkkiluettelo 1976 / LaPe Finland Stamp Catalog 1976
    • Description: LaPe Suomi Postimerkkiluettelo 1976 / LaPe Finland Stamp Catalog 1976, bilingual in Finnish and Swedish, Lauri Peltonen (Ed.), Lauri Peltonen Ky, Hanko, Finland, 1975, 224 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, good condition (marred cover, but pages excellent). This specialized priced catalog remains a useful reference for its extensive information on every stamp issued, details of stamp varieties and postal stationery, treatment of the 1901-15 issues of Russian designs with Finnish denominations, and sections on postal history, postmarks, and the 1856 imperforate and 1860-66 rouletted issues. EMV = $10, Starting bid = $2
    • Market Value: 10.00
    • Lot No.: 7. Iceland: Postal Service in Iceland, 1776 – May 13th – 1951
    • Description: Postal Service in Iceland, 1776 – May 13th – 1951, in English, by Guðmundur Hlíðdal, Iceland Post and Telegraph Administration, Reykjavík 1951, 52 pages, illustrated, softbound, fine condition. Useful account of Iceland’s Postal Charter of 1776 (excellent six-page English translation of this historical document) and more on the subsequent development of the Icelandic Postal Service. CMV = $20, Starting bid = $8.
    • Market Value: 20.00
    • Lot No.: 8. Iceland: Two items
    • Description: Two items comprising Catalogue of the Specialised Collection of Iceland Formed by an Eminent Continental Philatelist, Harmer Rooke & Co. Ltd.., London, catalogue for April 9, 1965 auction of 424 lots of Iceland stamps and postal history, with list of prices realized, vi +34 +2 pages, profusely illustrated (seven pages of color plates), paperback, good condition (cover marred and detached from contents pages), and Iceland, A Bibliography, Philatelic Books and Articles in the English Language, by Lester Winick, Supplement to The Posthorn, Vol. 35, No. 3, August 1978 (reprinted from the American Philatelic Library’s Philatelic Literature Review), 32 pages, paperback, good condition (cover marred). EMV = $15, Starting bid = $4.
    • Market Value: 15.00
    • Lot No.: 9. Norway: Phenomenal treasure trove of information
    • Description: Phenomenal treasure trove of information in English on Norwegian philately, consisting of three 7” x 9” black 3-ring binders chock full of photocopied articles from decades-past issues of The Posthorn, Binder #1 = 1943-57 (138 pages), #2 = 1958-67 (157 pages), and #3 = 1967-74 (190 pages). An enormous range of subjects covered here, including stamps, locals, revenues, cinderellas, postmarks, and postal history ― much research and lengthy in-depth articles in addition to those of one-to-two pages. EMV = $60, Starting bid = $25.
    • Market Value: 60.00
    • Lot No.: 10. Norway: Norgeskatalogen 1971 / Norway Catalog 1971
    • Description: Norgeskatalogen 1971 / Norway Catalog 1971, in Norwegian and English, Catalog committee of the Oslo Filatelistklubb (Ed.), 168 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, pristine. Despite its outdated prices, this specialized priced catalog remains a useful reference for its introduction, vocabulary list, and table of contents in English, listings of varieties, plate flaws, and back-of-the-book issues, and standalone article on Norwegian airmail postmarks from 1920-60. EMV = $5, Starting bid = $2.
    • Market Value: 5.00
    • Lot No.: 11 Norway/Nobel Prize: 100 År Nobels Fredspris / 100 Years Nobel Peace Prize
    • Description: 100 År Nobels Fredspris / 100 Years Nobel Peace Prize, in Norwegian, Posten Norge, 2001, profusely illustrated, 58-spiral bound pages mounted within protective hardcover, with custom slipcase, ISBN 82-995127-1-9. Gorgeous souvenir book produced by the Norwegian Post to celebrate the Nobel Prize centenary, containing mounted within Norway’s 2001 mint Nobel set and souvenir sheet (Scott #1308-15 and #1310a), four FDC covers for the set with se-tenant blocks of four and FDC for the s/s, mint Sweden #2415 and US #3504 joint-issue Nobel stamps, and an uncatalogued, serial-numbered (#5922) souvenir sheet of three progressive design proofs of Norway Scott #1313 picturing the head of 1922 Nobel recipient Frídtjof Nansen, probably only available from this book and overlooked by specialist Norway collectors! Scott CV for mint and used stamps = $66.45 and EMV of the uncatalogued s/s = $40. EMV = $100, Starting bid = $50.
    • Market Value: 100.00
    • Lot No.: 12. Sweden: “Sweden ― Its Pre-Adhesive Postal History and Covers,”
    • Description: : “Sweden ― Its Pre-Adhesive Postal History and Covers,” by Eric Hallar, reprint of article in The Collectors Club Philatelist, Vol. XXX, No. 2, March 1951, pp. 85-98, profusely illustrated, stapled pages. Authoritative article on the subject ― the title says it all! EMV = $5, Starting bid = $2.
    • Market Value: 5.00
    • Lot No.: 13. Sweden: Postryttaren – Årsbok för Postmusei Vänner 2015 (Årgang 65) / Post Rider – 2015 Yearbook
    • Description: Postryttaren – Årsbok för Postmusei Vänner 2015 (Årgang 65) / Post Rider – 2015 Yearbook of Friends of the Swedish Postal Museum (Issue 65), in Swedish, Erik Hamberg (Editor), 148 pages, profusely illustrated in color, hardbound, ISSN 0586-6758, pristine. Anthology of eight feature articles on Sweden’s first great collector – Ernst Ljungström, fake postmarks in philately, Sweden Post’s first principals, Karl-Erik Forsberg’s stamps and postal stationery, collectible joy – an overview of Cinderella philately, Farmiljen Bagge's postage stamp printing during 1868-92, and Adrian Johansson, a Småland postcard photographer, and private steamers in the Post Office's service during 1824-69. CMV = $35, Starting bid = $12.
    • Market Value: 35.00
    • Lot No.: 14. Scandinavian/Nordic: Facit Special 1987
    • Description: Facit Special 1987, in Swedish and English, 510 pages, softbound. Includes bilingual articles on Swedish postal documentation before the stamp period, values of Swedish stamps on covers to domestic and foreign destinations, rarity rankings of Swedish covers abroad 1855-1919, Swedish proofs-reprints-forgeries, Norwegian prephilately, Icelandic covers and cancellations, and prephilatelic postmarks of Finland. CMV = $8, Starting bid = $3.
    • Market Value: 8.00
    • Lot No.: 15. Scandinavian/Nordic: Facit Special 1991
    • Description: Facit Special 1991, in Swedish and English, 672 pages, softbound. Includes bilingual preliminary catalogue information and articles on stamp production and explanations, values of Swedish stamps on domestic covers and to foreign destinations, rarity rankings of Swedish covers abroad 1855-1938, Norwegian prephilately, Icelandic covers and cancellations, and prephilatelic postmarks of Finland, also extensive “back of the book” listings. CMV = $8, Starting bid = $3.
    • Market Value: 8.00
    • Lot No.: 16. Scandinavian/Nordic: Ten different Nordia 1999-2013 show catalogues
    • Description: Ten different Nordia 1999-2013 show catalogues, bulletins, and palmarès, useful for 18 specialized articles therein, in English, Swedish, Norwegian, Icelandic, and Finnish. Articles include Finnish steamboat mail, Rogaland stamps, Iceland stamps, a Norwegian basilica, counterfeit & misused Finnish stamps, exhibiting picture postcards, postal history of two Icelandic towns, and Scandinavian mail abroad during the Napoleonic Era. EMV = $20, Starting bid = $5.
    • Market Value: 20.00
    • Lot No.: 17. Scandinavia/Nordic/Periodical: Philatelistischen Nachrichten / Philatelic News
    • Description: Philatelistischen Nachrichten / Philatelic News, quarterly philatelic journal of Forschungsgemeinschaft Nordische Staaten e.V. (Nordic States Research Community), complete 2015 issues, No. 169-172. The 2015 run of this 8¼” by 11¾” German-language journal is 32 pages per issue, is profusely illustrated in black-and-white, and contains articles ranging from postal history to modern stamps of the eight Nordic areas (Åland, Denmark, Faroes, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden). The annual PN subscription cost is €26 (~$7.50 per issue). CMV = $30, Starting bid = $6.
    • Market Value: 30.00
    • Lot No.: 18. Germany: Germany 1872-1900, A Philatelic & Postal History Handbook
    • Description: Germany 1872-1900, A Philatelic & Postal History Handbook of Germany and Her Colonies, Darryl Hinton-Blaker, Album Publishing Co., Raleigh, NC, 1996, xviii + 238 pages, profusely illustrated, hardbound with dust cover, pristine, ISBN 1-885184-00-x. Useful treatment in English of subject compiled by the author from German-text sources, catalog listings, and research. CMV = $25, Starting bid = $10.
    • Market Value: 25.00
    • Lot No.: 19. Philately: Stamp Collector’s Guide to Europe
    • Description: Stamp Collector’s Guide to Europe, by Jon L. Allen and Paul H. Silverstone, Arco Publishing Co., New York City, 1974, x + 320 pages, profusely illustrated, softbound, ISBN 0-688-0344-4, pristine. Although information in this book is dated, it is worthwhile as a nostalgic trip down memory lane for its philatelic tour of 34 countries, featuring postal systems, philatelic services, stamp markets, stamp dealers, publications, collectors & collections, and postal museums. CMV = $15, Starting bid = $2.
    • Market Value: 15.00
    • Lot No.: 20. Philately: three profusely illustrated softbound books
    • Description: three profusely illustrated softbound books on fundamentals of the hobby ― How to Collect Stamps, Coins and Paper Money, by Ervin J. Felix, Windsor Press, Chicago, IL, 1954, 160 pages, good condition, Collecting Stamps, by Paul Villiard, Signet, New York City, 1966, x + 166 pages, pristine, and An Introduction to Stamp Collecting, by Steven J. Rod, Amos Press, Sidney, OH, 1989, vi + 186 pages, ISBN 0-940403-10-2, good condition. Nostalgic look on stamp collecting over a span of four decades. CMV = $30, Starting bid = $5.
    • Market Value: 30.00
    • Lot No.: 21. Sports/Olympics: Seoul Calgary 1988
    • Description: Seoul Calgary 1988, The Official Publication of the U.S. Olympic Committee, Lisa H. Albertson (Editor), Commemorative Publications, Salt Lake City, UT, 1988, 128 pages, profusely illustrated, hardbound, ISBN 0-918883-02-4. Gorgeous nonphilatelic coffee-table book useful to Olympic sports topicalists and enthusiasts. CMV = $8, Starting bid = $2.
    • Market Value: 8.00
    • Lot No.: Stamps, Covers, and Postal Stationery Lots
    • Description: The first eight lots consist primarily of Finland railway-related covers, stationery, and postal cards from a generous donation by an SCC member-exhibitor of Finnish railway postal history. The items are in F-VF condition unless otherwise noted. They are only briefly described to save space (scans available upon request via e-mail only). Starting bids are only one-fourth of market value, so this an excellent opportunity to cheaply acquire these difficult-to-find items. Purchase all these lots and have enough material to put together an award-winning one-frame exhibit of Finnish postal history! “Buy” bids will not be accepted for the individual lots, but a “Buy” bid for lot SC, all eight lots combined as a single lot, will be accepted provided that a maximum bid amount is specified by the bidder.
    • Market Value: 0.00
    • Lot No.: S1. Finland/Covers: two internal Finnish covers:
    • Description: two internal Finnish covers: 1895 postal stationery with 20p Finnish arms indicia (LAPE #32II) to Viborg, double-circle bilingual “H.FORS-ST.P.BURG/No. 1” black-circle (night train) railway postmarks, bilingual “VIBORG WIIPURI” and “PYHÄJÄRVI.Wp.L.” routing/receiving datestamps on back; 1897 Lati to Lemu cover franked with 1890 Finnish-arms pair of 10p definitives tied by double-circle bilingual “H.FORS-ST.P.BURG/No. 2” railway postmarks, bilingual “LEMU” and “ABO TURKU” routing/receiving datestamps on back. EMV = $30, Starting bid = $8.
    • Market Value: 30.00
    • Lot No.: S2. Finland/Postcards: six light-blue free-franked (no postage stamp or indicia) “weather report” cards
    • Description: six light-blue free-franked (no postage stamp or indicia) “weather report” cards, posted 1898-99 from various Finnish towns to pre-printed addressee “Finska Vetenskaps-Societeten / Helsingfors” (Finnish Society of Science and Letters, Helsinki), railway double-circle bilingual “H.FORS-ST.P.BURG/No. 2” black-circle (night train) postmarks on front. EMV = $90, Starting bid = $23.
    • Market Value: 90.00
    • Lot No.: S3. Finland/Covers: 11 internal Finnish covers and one front
    • Description: 11 internal Finnish covers and one front from 1905 to 1912 franked with Finland 1901-11 Russian-arms-series, Finnish-denominated definitives (eight @ 20p, three with multiple-stamp frankings, one roughly opened at top, and three @ 5p), tied by double-circle bilingual “H.FORS-ST.P.BURG/No. 2” railway postmarks, six having “HYVINKÄÄ” or “HELSINKI” routing or receiving datestamps on back. Scott Classic CV for covers franked with these (cheapest listed) stamps = $35 minimum, but stamps not checked for varieties or perforation gauge, so possibly some “sleepers” here. EMV = $100+, Starting bid = $25.
    • Market Value: 100.00
    • Lot No.: S4. Finland-Russia/Covers: three 1907-12 covers from St. Petersburg to Hyvinkää,
    • Description: three 1907-12 covers from St. Petersburg to Hyvinkää, Finland, each franked with a different Russian 1883-1902 series 7k definitive, tied by double-circle bilingual “H.FORS-ST.P.BURG/No. 2” railway postmarks, two have “HYVINKÄÄ” receiving datestamps on back. EMV = $45, Starting bid = $11.
    • Market Value: 45.00
    • Lot No.: S5. Finland-Russia/Covers: two 1915-16 censored covers
    • Description: two 1915-16 censored covers from St. Petersburg to Hyvinkää, Finland, franked with a 1909 Russian 10k definitive, tied by double-circle bilingual “H.FORS-P-GRAD/No. 2” railway post-marks, violet censor cachet on front (1915 = two-line text and 1916 = circular), trilingual “HELSINKI” routing and bilingual “HYVINKÄÄ” receiving datestamps on back; small (~10 mm) tears on right and left sides of 1916 cover. EMV = $60, Starting bid = $15.
    • Market Value: 60.00
    • Lot No.: S6. Finland/Postal Cards: 15 UPU-stipulated postal cards
    • Description: 15 UPU-stipulated postal cards with Finnish arms 10p printed indicia, two 1879 quadrilateral design (LAPE #12) used 1880, and 13 1881 broken frame design (LAPE #13) used 1881-88, all different postally used internally except 1881 card to Dresden, all are railway conveyance with “Kupé” and “PostExped(ition)” postmarks and most have two or more postal markings. LAPE CV = €67 (~$76) without premiums for the many scarce railway postmarks herein. EMV = $185, Starting bid = $46.
    • Market Value: 185.00
    • Lot No.: S7. Finland/Postal Cards: four 1888 design postal reply cards
    • Description: four 1888 design postal reply cards with ring type 10p printed indicia, used halves 1889-94, 3 x (LAPE #20), all railway with “KUPEN” etc. postmarks and receipt postal markings. LAPE CV = €12 (~$13) without premiums for the scarce railway postmarks herein. EMV = $30, Starting bid = $8.
    • Market Value: 30.00
    • Lot No.: S8. Finland/Postal Cards: six 1901 eagle type postal reply cards
    • Description: six 1901 eagle type postal reply cards with Russian arms 10p printed indicia (LAPE #24-35), all internal used halves (no railway postmarks), four with receipt postmarks, 4 x 1903-11 + 2 x 1918, LAPE CV = €34 (~$38). EMV = $24, Starting bid = $6.
    • Market Value: 24.00
    • Lot No.: SC. Finland/Postal History: Lots S1 through S8 (49 items total) offered as one
    • Description: Lots S1 through S8 (49 items total) offered as one combined lot (SC). If the high bid for this SC lot exceeds the cumulative high bids for the eight individual lots (S1-S8), or if all eight lots fail to receive bids, SC will be sold as a single combined lot. Cumulative EMV = $564, Starting bid = $170.
    • Market Value: 564.00
    • Lot No.: S9. Sweden/Isö: complete pane of 20 phantasy stamps
    • Description: complete pane of 20 phantasy stamps (4 across x 5 down) with margins and inscriptions, 1970 “four famous statesmen” issue, depicting Sir Winston Churchill, John F. Kennedy, Dag Hammarskjold, and K Adenauer, respectively, purported Swedish locals denominated 50, 75, 1.25, and 2.50 (no currency symbol), respectively, seldom-offered, fun Cinderella topical item. CMV = $13, Starting bid = $2.
    • Market Value: 13.00
    • Lot No.: S10. Europe: 16 stamps + 2 s/s
    • Description: 16 stamps + 2 s/s, all mint, Liechtenstein 1983 #646 and #762-65, Switzerland 1963 #s 422-28 and B324-28, and Russia (USSR) 1985 #5375, Scott CV = $21.35. EMV = $10, Starting bid = $1.
    • Market Value: 10.00
    • Lot No.: S11. Bermuda/Colombia: four used stamps
    • Description: four used stamps, Bermuda F-VF #67-8 and Colombia VF C92-3, Scott CV = $67.35. EMV = $10, Starting bid = $1.
    • Market Value: 10.00
    • Lot No.: NP. Net-Price Item/Finland/Stamp Booklet:
    • Description: as-issued, mint intact 1985 “Finnish Bank Note Printing” booklet containing a mint pane of eight se-tenant stamps (Scott #706 complete booklet @ $9 / Facit #H7, 962-69 @ SEK60/~ $6.74), CMV = $7.50. 12 booklets are available at net price of $4 each ― specify quantity if more than one is desired and auctioneer will try to accommodate orders based on demand. Net price = $4 each.
    • Market Value: 4.00
    • Lot No.: Year Pack Lots
    • Description: The next 14 lots are official year packs produced, respectively, by the Danish & Greenlandic postal administrations. All year packs are in pristine, as-issued condition, in their original sealed protective poly sleeve packing. The stamp counts given for the Denmark packs are estimated from the Facit listings for stamps issued that year, not from actual examination of the yearbook contents, so counts may vary slightly from those given.
    • Market Value: 0.00
    • Lot No.: YP1. Denmark 1976
    • Description: year pack (24 stamps). CMV = $14, Starting bid = $7.
    • Market Value: 14.00
    • Lot No.: YP2. Denmark 1977
    • Description: year pack (20 stamps). CMV = $17, Starting bid = $9.
    • Market Value: 17.00
    • Lot No.: YP3. Denmark 1978
    • Description: year pack (20 stamps). CMV = $15, Starting bid = $8.
    • Market Value: 15.00
    • Lot No.: YP4. Denmark 1979
    • Description: year pack (22 stamps). CMV = $18, Starting bid = $9.
    • Market Value: 18.00
    • Lot No.: YP5. Denmark 1980
    • Description: year pack (21 stamps). CMV = $20, Starting bid = $10.
    • Market Value: 20.00
    • Lot No.: YP6. Denmark 1981
    • Description: year pack (29 stamps). CMV = $25, Starting bid = $13.
    • Market Value: 25.00
    • Lot No.: YP7. Denmark 1982
    • Description: year pack (21 stamps). CMV = $23, Starting bid = $12.
    • Market Value: 23.00
    • Lot No.: YP8. Denmark 1983
    • Description: year pack (25 stamps). CMV = $30, Starting bid = $15.
    • Market Value: 15.00
    • Lot No.: YP9. Greenland 1978
    • Description: year pack (9 stamps). CMV = $8.50, Starting bid = $4.
    • Market Value: 8.50
    • Lot No.: YP10. Greenland 1979
    • Description: year pack (9 stamps). CMV = $8, Starting bid = $4.
    • Market Value: 8.00
    • Lot No.: YP11. Greenland 1980
    • Description: year pack (10 stamps). CMV = $9.50, Starting bid = $5.
    • Market Value: 9.50
    • Lot No.: YP12. Greenland 1981
    • Description: year pack (8 stamps). CMV = $14.50, Starting bid = $7.
    • Market Value: 14.50
    • Lot No.: YP13. Greenland 1982
    • Description: year pack (10 stamps). CMV = $10, Starting bid = $5.
    • Market Value: 10.00
    • Lot No.: YP14. Greenland 1983
    • Description: year pack (8 stamps). CMV = $23, Starting bid = $12.
    • Market Value: 23.00