U.S. Scott Catalogue Update (March 2017)

5156 $6.65 Lili’uokalani Gardens
5157 $23.75 Gateway Arch

5158 (49¢) Flag coil stamp (Banknote printing), serpentine die cut 11 vert.
5159 (49¢) Flag coil stamp (Ashton-Potter printing), serpentine die cut 9½ vert.
5160 (49¢) Flag booklet stamp (Banknote printing), microprinted “USPS” on right end of fourth red stripe, serpentine die cut 11¼x10¾ on 2 or 3 sides
a. Booklet pane of 10
b. Booklet pane of 20
5161 (49¢) Flag booklet stamp (Ashton-Potter printing), microprinted “USPS” on right end of second white stripe, serpentine die cut 11¼x10¾ on 2 or 3 sides
a. Booklet pane of 20

5162 (49¢) Flag ATM booklet stamp (Ashton-Potter printing), microprinted “USPS” on left end of second white stripe near blue field, serpentine die cut 11¼x10¾ on 2, 3 or 4sides
a. Booklet pane of 18
5163 (34¢) Queen Conch shell, serpentine die cut 11¼x10¾
5164 (34¢) Pacific Calico Scallop shell, serpentine die cut 11¼x10¾
5165 (34¢) Alphabet Cone shell, serpentine die cut 11¼x10¾
5166 (34¢) Zebra Nerite shell, serpentine die cut 11¼x10¾
a. Horiz. or vert. strip of 4, #5163-5166

5167 (34¢) Alphabet Cone shell coil stamp, serpentine die cut 9¾ vert.
5168 (34¢) Zebra Nerite shell coil stamp, serpentine die cut 9¾ vert.
5169 (34¢) Queen Conch shell coil stamp, serpentine die cut 9¾ vert.
5170 (34¢) Pacific Calico Scallop shell coil stamp, serpentine die cut 9¾ vert.
a. Horiz. strip of 4, #5167-5170

5171 (49¢) Dorothy Height

U695 $6.65 Lili’uokalani Gardens stamped envelope

2 thoughts on “U.S. Scott Catalogue Update (March 2017)

  1. Hello,

    I am the successor trustee for a man who died in 12/2016. He was a stamp collector and has a very large collection that he wanted donated. First I need to have the collection appraised. The collection is in Berkeley. Can you give me some names or direction for appraisers?

    • See my article on this website, “Help! I Inherited A Collection” at http://www.virtualstampclub.com/inherit.html It should help you get started. At the end of the article is contact information for the American Philatelic Society. If the late collector was a member of the APS, it may even supply a volunteer to help you sort the collection and find an appraiser. (The volunteer is not an appraiser and is not permitted to buy it!) But as the article notes, there is a list of member dealers on the APS website, many of whom perform appraisals.

      BTW, I am the trustee for my mother’s estate, so I’m going through many of the same issues that you are probably experiencing, although Mom was not a serious collector. (Elsewhere on this site is my article, “Whatever Happened To Mom’s Collection,” http://virtualstampclub.com/lloydblog/?p=3559 )

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