This series was based on an Archie's comic book of the same name and created by Dan DeCarlo. A series of educational animated vignettes were produced by Hanna-Barbera Studio called Educational topics included Niagara Falls, Lasers, Land Yachts, Surf Boating, Rome, Eskimos, County Fairs, Making Ice Cream, Ship Building, Ship Launching, Surf Sailing, Dinosaurs, Voting, and Being a Bat Boy. Art Babbitt worked for years in the Hanna-Barbera Commercial Division, which handled these types of projects.
Useful collection of a couple hundred covers, many of which are in sleeves. Generally commercial covers from the 1940-1990. Many have multiple franking. Also spotted a few first days but most are commercial usages. Suggested bid $75
Lot of three admission tickets to the funeral of Catherine Gladstone, wife of famed United Kingdom Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone, ''The People's William'' who was the only Prime Minister to serve four terms. Funeral took place on 19 June 1900 at Westminster Abbey. Each card measures 4.5'' x 3.5''. Some light soiling, very good condition.
Very useful lot of unused and used singles and sets on various stock cards with good 1920-1950 era issues for the most part with good German occupation issues noticed as well as some good commems and other back of the book. Generally sound and useful with an owner's catalog value of $860+ plus more not counted.
Event cover cachet envelope, postmarked July 24, 1969, measures approximately 3.5" x 6.5" in size and has been hand-signed in blue ink pen by Buzz Aldrin. The postmark date is the day Apollo 11 returned to Earth.
Complete set includes all (80) cards as shown, each card has been graded (PSA) 8-10. Please see photos for details regarding the condition of the cards. Currently the "4th Finest" set of its kind on PSA Set Registry. (37) of these cards are the highest grade available. The 1961 Nu-Card Scoops are significantly harder to locate in PSA graded form (approximately 10,000 submitted) than other vintage sets of the time such as 1961 Topps (approximately 300,000 submitted). This set gives collectors a c
The highlight of the collection is the promotional black and white photo of Brown autographed in black pen (“9″). Features a wonderful salutation To Jack – Your Friend and dated 8-30-48. The photo measures in at 3.5″ x 5”.
Useful lot of approx. (600-800) various U.S. commercial mail covers, 1975-2000 era. All franked with various U.S. commemorative issues. Most are #10 legal size envelopes. Plus there are two small bundles of oversize envelopes with multiple franking that for the most part are philatelic in nature. Fun lot. Suggested bid $50
Clean, useful lot of many hundred stamps, nearly all mint never hinged new issues from the 1974-1980 era from Germany, Gibraltar, Great Britain, Greece, Ireland, Italy and a few others. There are also a few glassines with other issues. A great stock for dealers or a great lot for collectors. Suggested bid $250
Small but useful lot of about (100)+ stamps, mostly used, on stockpages and in glassines. Some decent $1-10 stamps with a couple of better. Condition is mixed. Good lot for beginner U.S. collector looking to add some better stamps to their collection. Suggested bid $100
Post office fresh lot of new issues that never made it into albums were issued from 1987-1994. Loads of quality, mint never hinged sets and souvenir sheets with some booklet panes. Mostly concentrated between France, Germany, Japan, Slovenia, Croatia and Monaco. Great stock for the bourse or eBay dealer or collector looking to get caught up on some new issues. Original cost to the previous owner was over $1500+. Catalog value today much higher. Suggested bid $350
Useful lot of various Davo album supplements from the ate 1970's-1980 era. Noticed Netherlands, Russia, South Africa, etc. Great eBay resale. 20+ supplements all together. A few are missing a page or two. Still useful. Suggested bid $50
William H. Perkins, Jr. (1921-2009) was an esteemed and well-respected lobbyist, historian, and humanitarian. During his 50-year career, he amassed one of the largest private collections of presidential and political memorabilia. He was present at the founding of the United Nations. Mr. Perkins had the honor to meet 11 United States Presidents from Franklin D. Roosevelt to Bill Clinton. Presented are items direct from his renowned collection.
Beatrix Potter autograph letter signed "Beatrix Potter", written from her home at 2 Bolton Gardens on 23 December 1907, with interesting content regarding writing to "unknown children" and her misgivings about killing a pig. She writes to Millie Warne, the sister of Potter's fiance and publisher Norman Warne, who died in 1905. Letter reads in full, "My dear Millie, What a very nice Christmas card - present you have sent me! It is beautifully made and I shall like using (but not on this dirty tab
Request condition report! A Medal of the Order of the Lion of Malawi presented to Leonard Massey by the Malawian government. The medal is a cross with a central image of a lion, circling the image of the lion are the words “Unity and Freedom.” The medal is suspended from a red and yellow grosgrain ribbon and housed in a case. Accompanied by a certificate from the President of Malawi’s secretary with original transmittal envelope, a typed letter from Sir William Heseltine, former private secretar
162. Television series of the 1980s-1990s (19) table-draft and shooting scripts. (Various, 1980s-1990s) Vintage (19) original table-draft, spec, and shooting scripts for films and television episodes of the 1980s-1990s. Includes series and TV-films The Ropers, The Flash, CHiPs, T.J. Hooker, The Incredible Hulk, Seaquest DSV, The Van Dyke Show, Bring Me the Head of Dobie Gillis, The Wonder Years, The Tom Show, Home Improvement, The Jeffersons, Love, Sidney, Family Matters and The Gilmore Girls; a
Albert Einstein autograph letter signed, dated 14 August 1921 just months before he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics. In German, Einstein writes in full, ''Dear Colleague! / I am happy to send you the advisory opinion that you had requested, authorizing you to use it as you see fit. If, for any reason, this version should not appear to be suitable, I will be glad to make whatever changes you might request. I hope your efforts will be met with success! / Warm greetings, / Yours / A. Einstei
Useful lot of approx. (400-600) misc. covers, mostly commercial airmail covers to the University of Pennsylvania from all over the globe. Mostly 1960-1990 era covers. Many originating from Asian countries. Many also have multiple franking. Fun lot. Good lot for the $1 cover collector or bourse dealer. Suggested bid $100