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A Jenny Sold


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    planetsteveplanetsteve Posts: 1,425 ✭✭✭✭
    "fewer than five to have been never hinged...."

    That's many fewer than I would have suspected. I wonder how quickly these were broken up into singles. Are there any multiples left?
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    It will be interesting to see how Heritage does with philatelic auctions. I wonder if they will only be auctioning "certified" singles such as coin auction site David lawrence (www.davidlawrence.com) or will they offer non certified singles, collections, bulk lots etc.

    I have a large collection that I would like to sell as one piece in the next few years and have dealt with heritage for years on coins. It would be nice to have a venue I trust to sell my 14+ albums of material.
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    There are a few multiples left, but most are singles now. It didn't take too lonk for them to get broken up I think Col. Green was the third buyer/owner in 1918 and was the one who started breaking up the original sheet of 100. It's an interesting story but my mind is a bit rusty on the exactly detailed story.
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