OK, well I stepped in it again! I specifically told myself, I was NOT going to buy any more large collections/accumulations.
The gentleman I bought this batch from, this weekend, had been accumulating for quite a while, but never organized much. He sort of specialized in Germany, so there will be a good amount of that in here. Everything else is just as disorganized as the collection I mentioned at the beginning of this thread. Just started sorting through it yesterday, but what I am noticing is that there is much more to this batch than what he had photographed for the sale, which was mainly the German stuff, and some U.S.
Much of this are pages from dismantled album purchases, where sorted out the German items and piled up the rest. There are also stock books, glassines, envelopes full and loose stamps as well. Also found several old time approval books, with the information and prices written in fountain pen. I'm sure they were the cheap stamps of the day and are still cheap today, but there is much that I do not have.
Unlike the collection at the beginning of this thread, which I had already sorted out by country when I started this, I will be able to post updates form this collection as I sort it out.
Since my scanner is upstairs and my stamp arena is downstairs, I will take impromptu photos, with my phone, of interesting (at least to me) that I find as I do my sorting, and post them here. All comments are welcome on any of them. These may not be expensive items, just things I like.
Here are a few things I found in tonight's sorting session.
So, if you see me mention "Accumulation 2.0", this is the collection I am referring to.
BTW, I am still working on Morocco, as I sort this batch.