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CATALOGUES AND LISTS OF PRICES REALISED OF THE "ARTHUR HIND" COLLECTION OF EMPIRE POSTAGE STAMPS

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Sold at Auction (by order of F. M. J. Hind, Esq.) by H. R. Harmer, Philatelic Auctioneer and Expert, 131-134 New Bond Street, London, W.1, During the Season 1933-34. [London: H. R. Harmer, 1934]. 9.25" x 6.75 ". Various pagings, index, plates of stamps. Bound in 3/4 red morocco and cloth. Embossed gilt lines between morocco and cloth. Five raised bands on spine. Marbled endpapers. Spine reads: "The Hind Collection British Colonials." at bottom: "H.R. HARMER". Top edge gilt. NEAR FINE, bright, clean and tight copy. Bound by Morrell of London. *** Sales 671-672, April 30th and May 1st, 1934 through Sales 690-692, July 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 1934. Introduction by H. R. Harmer. *** TOGETHER WITH: CATALOGUES AND PRICES REALISED OF THE "ARTHUR HIND" COLLECTION OF FOREIGN POSTAGE STAMPS Sold at Auction. by H. R. Harmer, During the Season 1934-5. 9.25" x 6.75". Various pagings, index, plates of stamps. Bound in green morocco and cloth. Embossed gilt lines between morocco and cloth. Five raised bands on spine. Spine reads: "The Hind Collection. Foreign Countries". At bottom: "H.R. Harmer". Top edge gilt. Marbled endpapers. Corners slightly bumped, o/w NEAR FINE, bright, clean and tight copy. Also bound by Morrell of London. Both volumes make a matched set. Two Volumes. *** Sales 706-708, October 22nd, 23rd and 24th, 1934, through Sales 768-771, June 24th, 25th, 26th and 27th, 1935. Introduction by Fred J. Melville. *** Superbly bound, described and illustrated set of the two groups of H. R. Harmer auction stamp catalogues, with prices realized, of the groundbreaking and valuable Arthur Hind Collection. *** ARTHUR HIND, 1856-1933, lived in Utica, N.Y., but made his fortune manufacturing automobile upholstery in nearby Clark Mills, known for its textile milling. He spent a sizable sum of money on stamps. Fellow American Philatelic Society members called Hind the Tycoon of Philately. *** Laid in is a short article on Arthur Hind, his stamp collecting, etc. Bookseller Inventory # 002853

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