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    REST OF THE WORLD, GREAT BRITAIN, 1870 1/2D ROSE

    Lot 914
    Estimate: $1,200

    Plates 1 to 20 mint, variable centring, Plate 9 [IO] with 3mm closed tear at top, most with part o.g. (15). Cat 8860

     

    Lot 915
    Estimate: $800

    Mint selection comprising Plate 5 block of eight (perf separation), Plate 10 lower left corner strip of three with Plate No. (some staining and oxidation), Plate 13 strip of three, Plates 6, 10, 13 pairs, and Plates 5 (4), 6, 10, 14, 15, 20 (2) singles, few faults, mostly large part o.g. A useful group (30). Cat 4055+

     

    Lot 916
    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $360

    Plates 1 to 20 used, variable centring, Plate 9 [KR] well-centred and fine (15). Cat 1472

     

    Lot 917
    Estimate: $350

    Selection of Printed Matter single uses comprising Plates 4, 5, 6, 8 (2), 10, 12, 13, 14 and 15 (2), few minor faults. A mostly fine and clean lot (11 covers)

     

    Lot 918
    Estimate: $300

    Group of four wrappers posted contrary to regulations, comprising Plate 4 on 1872 Leeds to Poole with mss 'Refused' and '1d' handstamp; Plate 6 on 1874 Bury St. Edmunds to London with boxed 'CONTRARY TO REGULATIONS/S.W.', circular 'MORE TO/S.W./PAY' and '1d' in circle; Plate 11 on 1874 Leeds to London with boxed 'CONTRARY TO/REGULATIONS', circular 'MORE TO PAY/T/ABOVE OZ. and '1d'; and Plate 14 on 1880 Hereford to London with boxed 'Contrary to regulations/357' and mss '1'. Few small faults, generally fine and an interesting quartet

     

    Lot 919
    Estimate: $350

    Selection of covers showing letter rate use, comprising Plates 1, 5, 10, 11, 13, 14 and 15 pairs for 1d rate; Plates 5, 12 and 15 with 1d for 1d rate; Plate 13 strip of three for 1d rate; Plates 11 and 20 with 1d pairs for 2d rate; and Plate 5 (2) with 1d (2) for 3d rate. Few minor faults, mostly fine and a useful group (14 covers)

     

    Lot 920
    Estimate: $300

    Group of five uprated d Green wrappers, destinations comprising Denmark, France, Germany (2, one of 1877 addressed to 'Prince Bismarck') and Sweden. Few minor faults, generally fine and an interesting lot (5 wrappers)

     

    Lot 921
    Estimate: $300

    Group of five covers showing 2d UPU foreign rate use, in combination with 1d pairs comprising 1878 to Bremen, 1879 to Norway, 1879 to St. Petersburg and 1880 to Copenhagen; and on 1d Brown postcard used 1880 to Hamburg. Few small faults, generally fine and a useful group (5 items)

     

    Lot 922
    Estimate: $150

    Group of five 1876-80 covers showing 2d UPU rate to USA, comprising Plates 5, 11 and 19 (2) used with 1864 1d (2), and Plate 14 used with 1880-81 1d (2). Few small faults, generally fine (5 covers)

     

    Lot 923
    Estimate: $400

    Selection on Printed Matter envelopes or wrappers (7) and on piece (6), mostly with Newspaper Branch cancels, two being to overseas destinations (one to USA with printed 'first steamer' on address panel). A nice range of different cancellation types, some scarce or rare, few small faults, generally fine (7 covers + 6 on piece)

     

    Lot 924
    Estimate: $1,000

    Plate 1 block of 12 [MV-PX] from right side of sheet, showing part marginal inscription '..Address/In Wetting the Back be careful not..', some imperfections in selvedge, still an attractive and scarce block from this plate, with fine colour. Cat 3900+

     

    Lot 925
    Estimate: $1,500 Realised Price : $1,150

    Plate 1 [AX], variety 'Imperforate', large part o.g. and a fine example with part sheet margin at right. 1988 RPSL Certificate. Cat 4500

     

    Lot 926
    Estimate: $1,750

    Plate 1 [JR] tied by London cds on 1870 (1 Oct) printed voting form for 'British Asylum for Deaf and Dumb Females', light vertical filing fold, otherwise a very fine and rare First Day use

     

    Lot 927
    Estimate: $350

    Plate 3 block of four [KD-LE], good colour and well-centred, some perf separation, large part wrinkled o.g. Cat 960+

     

    Lot 928
    Estimate: $350

    Plate 3 block of four [ID-JE], centred top left, with 1d Plate 159 tied by London duplexes on 1873 (1 Nov) entire to Paris (2 NOV 73 arrival datestamp), also with red 'PD' in oval. Blocks of four on cover are most uncommon, even more so for one of the scarcer plates

     

    Lot 929
    Estimate: $300

    Plate 4 mint block of four [NW-OX] with imperforate right margin and showing part marginal inscription 'In Wetting the Back..', some perf reinforcement, large part wrinkled o.g. Cat 600+

     

    Lot 930
    Estimate: $600

    Plate 4 block of eight [MS-PT], centred lower right, unmounted with typical gum wrinkles. Cat 1200+

     

    Lot 931
    Estimate: $400

    Plate 5 block of 12 [HV-KX] with imperforate right margin, lower row rejoined and split in selvedge, showing part marginal inscription 'Place the Labels/ABOVE and at the RIGHT HAND SIDE..', large part wrinkled o.g. Cat 1320+

     

    Lot 932
    Estimate: $125

    Plate 5 pair [SJ/TJ], centred low, with 2d Plate 13 tied by Birmingham '75' duplexes on 1873 (29 Apr) mourning cover to Chambisy, Switzerland (2 MAI 73 arrival backstamp), the d pair also struck with red 'PD' in oval. Fine

     

    Lot 933
    Estimate: $700

    Plate 5 [HO] tied by Louth '477' duplex on 1874 (13 Jun) printed notice to Alford, with mss 'Not known' and framed semi-circular 'CONTAINS/ UNAUTHORISED/WRITING/ R.L.O.' handstamp in red, mss charge '1'(d). A fine use and scarce instructional marking

     

    Lot 934
    Estimate: $800

    Plate 6 lower marginal block of 12 [RQ-TT], showing Current No. '176' and part marginal inscription '..careful not to remove the Cement', well-centred, large part o.g. with usual gum wrinkling. A very fine multiple. Cat 1440+

     

    Lot 935
    Estimate: $175 Realised Price : $135

    Plate 6 block of four [AT-BU], centred right, slightly toned o.g. with typical gum wrinkling. Cat 480+

     

    Lot 936
    Estimate: $200

    Plate 6 block of four [CP-DQ], centred top left, rich colour with large part wrinkled o.g. Cat 480+

     

    Lot 937
    Estimate: $600

    Plate 6 [NW], centred left, with 1d Plate 159 and Blued paper 2d Rosy-mauve Plate 1 pair and single, tied by Dublin '186' numerals on 1875 (31 Jul) registered cover to Shullsburg, Wisconsin. Cover refolded at top and soiled in places, still an attractive make-up of the 5d double UPU rate plus 4d registration fee, and a very scarce multiple use of the Blued paper 2d on cover

     

    Lot 938
    Estimate: $750

    Plate 8 Imprimatur [SS], good margins all round, fine and rare

     

    Lot 939
    Estimate: $250

    Plate 8 LA] and [LB], with 1d Plate 137 (3) and 6d Mauve Plate 9 tied by Mallow '321' duplexes on 1871 (7 Aug) cover to Melbourne (SE 26 71 arrival backstamp). Back flap torn, mild overall toning and some stains, however an attractive make-up of the 10d 'via Marseilles' rate

     

    Lot 940
    Estimate: $125

    Plate 8 [JU] with 2d Plate 13 and 3d Plate 7 tied by Bath ''53'' duplexes on 1872 (27 Mar) registered cover to London, paying the 1d double inland rate plus 4d registration fee. Minor peripheral toning, otherwise fine

     

    Lot 941
    Estimate: $500

    Plate 8 strip of three [AJ-AL] and pair [BD-BE] tied by London '98' duplexes on 1876 (1 Mar) envelope to St. Petersburg, arrival cds of 22 FEB 1876 on reverse (prior to despatch, due to Russian use of the Julian calendar), envelope creased at base, flap torn and slight soiling. A very scarce franking of this better plate paying the 2d UPU rate

     

    Lot 942
    Estimate: $350

    Plate 8 pair [NG-NH] with 1873-80 1/- Green Plate 13 tied by 'L1/GRACECHURCH ST.' duplexes on 1880 (7 Oct) cover to Auckland, New Zealand, endorsed 'via San Francisco', reverse with three-line 'FORWARDED BY/R.T. TURNBULL & CO./LONDON.' in violet, and Auckland 14 NO 80 arrival backstamp. A fine cover showing the 2 x 6d double rate plus 1d Late fee

     

    Lot 943
    Estimate: $800

    Plate 8 [KJ] tied by circular 'MORE/TO/PAY' handstamp on undated 'Great Northern Railway' wrapper addressed to Edinburgh. Fine and most unusua

     

    Lot 944
    Estimate: $2,000 Realised Price : $1,500

    Plate 9 block of four [RF-SG], well-centred with full perfs, cancelled by Irish numeral. A very rare used multiple from this rare plate. 1999 Brandon Certificate

     

    Lot 945
    Estimate: $350

    Plate 9 [PC], centred lower right. Cat 850

     

    Lot 946
    Estimate: $500

    Plate 9 [SJ] tied by Edinburgh '131' duplex on 1872 (12 Jan) wrapper used locally, adhesive centred left and wrapper with central filing fold, otherwise a fine single use of this rare plate

     

    Lot 947
    Estimate: $900

    Plate 9 [SP] tied by Edinburgh '131' duplex on 1872 (17 Jan) printed wrapper to London, ironed out vertical filing fold, otherwise a very fine single use of the rarest d plate. 2004 RPSL Certificate

     

    Lot 948
    Estimate: $500

    Plate 9 [JC] tied by Leicester '449' duplex on 1872 (4 Mar) printed notice to Oxford (MR 5 72 backstamp), notice with some internal soiling and filing hole tear in face, nevertheless a good single use of this rare plate

     

    Lot 949
    Estimate: $750

    Plate 9 [IE] tied by Leeds '447' duplex on 1872 (27 Mar) large part printed letter to Bradford, adhesive centred lower left, otherwise a fine and rare single use of Plate 9

     

    Lot 950
    Estimate: $900

    Plate 9 [DS] tied by Glasgow cds on 1872 (17 May) printed notice to Hamilton. A most attractive and rare use

     

    Lot 951
    Estimate: $1,250

    Plate 9 vertical pair [KV/LV], centred top right, tied by Beauly '39' duplex on 1872 (18 Jul) cover to Edinburgh, roughly opened at top, otherwise fine and a rare multiple use of Plate 9

     

    Lot 952
    Estimate: $350

    Plate 10 left marginal block of nine [QA-SC], centred right, showing part marginal inscription 'PRICE d Per Label, 1/-..', some perf reinforcement and tone spots, mostly in selvedge, large part o.g. Cat 1170+

     

    Lot 953
    Estimate: $350

    Plate 10 vertical block of six [AO-CP], centred left and perf separation in top pair, usual gum wrinkling, otherwise fine and fresh with full o.g., hinged on top pair only. Cat 780+

     

    Lot 954
    Estimate: $250

    Plate 10 block of four [IC-JD], well-centred with large part wrinkled o.g. Very fine. Cat 520+

     

    Lot 955
    Estimate: $1,000

    Plate 10 [BU] with 1d Plate 178 strip of three, tied by London 'E/30' duplexes on 1875 (29 Oct) envelope addressed to Osman Bey, Cairo, with boxed 'L1' late fee mark (hence 2d UPU + 1d late fee franking) and arrival cds of 10 NOV 1876 on face. Mss endorsement "Trovata in bucca in queste state" (found in the letter box in this condition) and sealed with two paper labels of the Cairo Khedival Post. Light vertical fold and some light staining, still a scarce and intriguing item

     

    Lot 956
    Estimate: $100

    Plate 10 [PK], centred lower right, with 2d Rosy-mauve Plate 2 and 6d Grey Plate 13 tied by poor '439' numerals of Tullow on 1875 (24 Dec) cover to Launceston, Tasmania (FE 2 76 arrival backstamp). Portion of back flap missing, otherwise fine, and an uncommon make-up of 9d 'via Brindisi' rate

     

    Lot 957
    Estimate: $200

    Plate 10 pair [CQ-CR] with 1d Rose-red Plate 3 tied by 'EXCHANGE/LIVERPOOL 466' duplexes on 1877 (13 Apr) cover to Herzogenbuchsee, Switzerland (15 IV 77 arrival backstamp), back flap missing, still an attractive and scarce make-up of the 2d UPU rate

     

    Lot 958
    Estimate: $250

    Plate 10 [KP] with 1d Plate 102 tied by 'BLACKROCK/DUBLIN' '67' duplexes on 1877 (15 Apr) 1d Pink (dated die 30 10 75) stationery envelope to Amsterdam (17 APT 77 arrival backstamp). A very fine and attractive make up of the 2d UPU rate

     

    Lot 959
    Estimate: $300

    Plate 10 [CX], part imperf sheet margin at right, with 1d Plate 183 pair and 6d Grey Plate 15 tied by Killarney '272' duplexes on 1878 (5 Jun) cover to Melbourne (JL 16 78 backstamp). The cover was overweight and 7d deficient for the 2 x 8d via Brindisi rate, and struck with 'DEFICIENT POSTAGE (7)/FINE____(6), and on arrival oval 'MORE TO PAY' mss '1/1'. Missing back flap, peripheral faults and toning, still a most interesting taxed cover

     

    Lot 960
    Estimate: $3,000

    Plate 11 right marginal block of 25 [KT-OX], variety 'Wmk inverted and reversed', showing part marginal inscription '..HT HAND SIDE of the Address'/In

     

    Lot 961
    Estimate: $250

    Plate 11 block of six [DP-FQ], centred left, punctured 'MBW' (Metropolitan Board of Works), large part wrinkled o.g. Cat 720+

     

    Lot 962
    Estimate: $400

    Plate 11 top marginal block of four [AT-BU], variety 'Wmk inverted and reversed', part o.g. and very fine. Cat 720+

     

    Lot 963
    Estimate: $125

    Plate 11 tied by Charing Cross duplexes on 1879 (17 Sep) 1d Brown postcard to Lima, Peru. Some soiling and staining on both sides, still an interesting use of the d to make up the 1d foreign postcard rate to a very uncommon destination

     

    Lot 964
    Estimate: $5,000

    Plate 12 block of 91 from base [HF-TL], variable centring, showing part marginal inscription 'PRICE d Per Label, 1/- Per Row of 24, 1.. Per Sheet/Place the Labels above and at the RIGHT..', some perf separation/ reinforcement and slight soiling down left side, nevertheless an incredible and rare multiple. Cat 10920+

     

    Lot 965
    Estimate: $500

    Plate 12 block of 15 [FJ-JL], good colour, large part o.g. with usual gum wrinkling and of fine appearance. Cat 1800+

     

    Lot 966
    Estimate: $600

    Plate 12 top marginal block of 12 [AG-BL], strong colour, showing Current No. '220' and part marginal inscription '..d Per Label, 1/- Per row of 24, 1.. Per Sheet/Place the Labels ABOVE and at the..', some perf separation, large part o.g. and strong colour. Cat 1440+

     

    Lot 967
    Estimate: $1,200

    Plate 12 block of 12 [EF-HH], variety 'Wmk inverted and reversed', few separated perfs and usual gum creasing, otherwise fine and fresh, large part o.g. Cat 2160+

     

    Lot 968
    Estimate: $400

    Plate 12 strip of three [GN-GP] tied by London 'S.E./9' duplexes on 1876 (7 Oct) 1d Pink (dated die 8 11 75) blue stationery envelope to Berlin. Fine, and a very attractive make-up of the 2d UPU rate

     

    Lot 969
    Estimate: $2,500

    Plate 13 top left corner block of 25 [AA-EE], very fine colour, showing plate number and marginal inscription '..careful not to remove the Cement', some reinforced perfs in lower two rows, otherwise mounted in top selvedge only. Rare. Cat 3000+

     

    Lot 970
    Estimate: $200

    Plate 13 block of four [IM-JN], usual gum wrinkling, lower pair with reinforced perfs, large part o.g. good deep colour. Cat 480+

     

    Lot 971
    Estimate: $200

    Plate 13 [LP] with 6d Grey Plate 15 tied by poor Dublin '186' numerals on 1876 (8 Aug) registered entire to Genoa, with 'DUBLIN/PLO/REGISTERED' cds and London transit cds in red on face, and Genoa 11 AGO 76 arrival backstamp. Minor faults on reverse and horizontal filing fold, otherwise fine

     

    Lot 972
    Estimate: $150

    Plate 13 vertical pair [SX/TX], with imperforate right margin and part Plate No. '13', tied by London '89' duplex on locally used cover. Fine and most unusual with plate number on cover

     

    Lot 973
    Estimate: $500

    Plate 13 [QS] used with 1d Plate 220 [KF] and [LF] on envelope from Dunkirk to London, Dunkirk 3 DE 1879 despatch and London Foreign Branch 4 DE arrival datestamps on face. The adhesives represent an unsuccessful attempt to pay the 2d UPU rate from France with British stamps, with 't' in triangle applied at Dunkirk, mss '2(d)', and the stamps uncancelled until arrival in London where obliterated with multiple '2' handstamps. Slight overall soiling, still a most uncommon use

     

    Lot 974
    Estimate: $1,200

    Plate 13 [IM] with 1880-1 1d (2) and 1873-80 2d Plate 6 tied by Glasgow '159' obliterators or duplexes on 1880 (26 May) envelope addressed to a member of the 10th Brigade of the Royal Artillery in Malta. Initially franked with the two 1d adhesives to meet the 2d Soldier's rate via Brindisi, the letter was overweight and not eligible for the concession. It was struck with the boxed 'CANNOT BE SENT/EXCEEDS OZ.' in red and held over for the additional 3d postage prior to despatch. The envelope with some peripheral faults and missing back flap, nevertheless a rare and important d use. Ex Gerald Sattin

     

    Lot 975
    Estimate: $175

    Plate 14 block of four [GK-HL], centred left, paper adhesion on [GK], large part o.g. with usual gum wrinkling. Cat 480+

     

    Lot 976
    Estimate: $200

    Plate 14 block of four [SC-TD], centred top right, large part o.g. and fine, hinged on top pair only. Cat 480+

     

    Lot 977
    Estimate: $700

    Plate 14 [PH] with 1d Plate 170 pair tied by London 'SE/17' duplexes on 1878 (4 Jul) Mulready imitation envelope ('J.H. Lacy & CO./FOREIGN STAMP IMPORTERS/ROTHERHITHE/S.E.' with colourless embossed seal on flap) to New London, Connecticut. New York transit datestamp on reverse. Fine and attractive. 1984 BPA Certificate

     

    Lot 978
    Estimate: $450

    Plate 15 block of nine [AD-CF], centred top right, minor tones on three units, large part wrinkled o.g. Cat 1575+

     

    Lot 979
    Estimate: $450

    Plate 15 mint block of six [EA-FC], strong deep colour and large part wrinkled o.g. Cat 1050+

     

    Lot 980
    Estimate: $300

    Plate 15 block of four [KN-LO], well-centred with perf separation between upper pair, part o.g. Cat 700+

     

    Lot 981
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $210

    Plate 15 [DX], atypically with perforated right margin, with 2d Rosy-mauve Plate 12 pair and single, tied by London '97' duplexes on 1878 (22 Nov) cover to Melbourne (JA 3 79 arrival backstamp). A fine and unusual make-up of the 8d 'via Brindisi' rate

     

    Lot 982
    Estimate: $3,500

    Plate 19 irregular block of 39 [EO-GV/HR-JV], some perf reinforcement. Fine deep colour, large part o.g. and an exceptional multiple from this scarce plate. Cat 11700+

     

    Lot 983
    Estimate: $600

    Plate 19 block of six [KP-MQ], large part wrinkled o.g. Fine and scarce. Cat 1800+

     

    Lot 984
    Estimate: $700

    Plate 19 horizontal strip of seven [TF-TL], handstamped 'SPECIMEN Type 9, centred to base and small stain on [TL], large part o.g. and a very scarce Multiple

     

    Lot 985
    Estimate: $1,000

    Plate 20 block of eight [DH-GI], deep fresh colour, large part o.g. with usual gum wrinkling. A fine multiple from this scarce plate. Cat 2800+

     

    Lot 986
    Estimate: $1,000

    Plate 20 lower right corner block of four [SW-TX], centred lower left, with imperforate right margin and showing Plate No. '20', centred lower left, large part wrinkled o.g. Fine and very scarce. Cat 1400+

     

    Lot 987
    Estimate: $250

    Plate 20 [CB] tied by Manchester squared circle datestamp on 1880 (31 May) folded notice for The Manchester & Liverpool District Banking Company, addressed to Rothschild Bros. in Paris, faint vertical filing fold, otherwise a fine and clean single use of this scarce plate

     

    Lot 988
    Estimate: $600

    USED ABROAD: Gibraltar: Plate 10 (2) [OP] and [OW] tied by 'A26' obliterators, with cds alongside, on 1878 (11 Mar) outer wrapper to Madrid, faint creasing, otherwise clean and very fine

     

    Lot 989
    Estimate: $750 Realised Price : $800

    USED ABROAD: Haiti: Plate 10 strip of three [JJ-JL] with 1/- Green Plate 12 tied by ''E53'' numerals on 1876 (10 May) outer from Port-au-Prince to Paris (31 MAI 76 arrival backstamp), with despatch and two transit datestamps on face. Fine and attractive

     

    Lot 990
    Estimate: $600

    USED ABROAD: Malta: Plate 6 [NT] with 6d Grey Plate 14 tied by ''A25'' obliterators on 1875 (5 Oct) registered outer to Naples, with ''REGISTERED/MALTA'' cds in red on face, and Naples 8 OTT 75 arrival backstamp. Horizontal filing fold, otherwise a fine registered use

     

    Lot 991
    Estimate: $800

    USED ABROAD: Malta: Plate 6 [TS], centred lower left, with 1d Plate 146 and 6d Grey Plate 15 tied by 'A25' duplexes on 1876 (11 July) outer to Livorno (14 LUG 76 arrival backstamp). Horizontal filing fold, otherwise a fine and very scarce treble 2d UPU rate

     

    Lot 992
    Estimate: $700

    USED ABROAD: Malta: Plate 14 lettered [IC] with 6d Grey Plate 15 tied by 'A25' obliterators on 1877 (4 Dec) registered entire to Corfu, endorsed 'via Messina', with 'REGISTERED/ MALTA' cds in red on face and four transit datestamps on reverse. Some tears on reverse in removing wax seals and horizontal filing fold, otherwise a fine and attractive registered use

     

    Lot 993
    Estimate: $400

    USED ABROAD: Malta: Plate 6 [PJ] tied by 'A25' duplex on 1880 (26 Jul) printed notice to Sira. Horizontal filing fold and a few spots on face, still a fine single use

     

    Lot 994
    Estimate: $1,000

    USED ABROAD: Malta: Plate 20 vertical strip of four [EC/HC] and single [HB] tied by 'A25' duplexes on 1880 (16 Sep) outer to Catania (17 9 80 arrival backstamp). Horizontal filing fold, otherwise a fine use of this scarce plate paying the 2d UPU rate to Italy

     

    Lot 995
    Estimate: $750 Realised Price : $750

    USED ABROAD: Smyrna: Plate 11 [AE], centred top right, with 1880-811d Venetian Red pair tied by 'F87' obliterators on 1880 (10 Nov) entire to London, endorsed 'Via Brindisi', with Smyrna despatch cds on face, and London arrival cds in red on face and reverse. A very fine and scarce used abroad item

     

    Lot 996
    Estimate: $750

    USED ABROAD: St. Thomas: Plate 10 [MQ] with 1d Plate 163 and 1/- Green Plate 12 tied by ''ST THOMAS/PAID'' C51 duplexes on 1876 (30 Jan) outer to Hamburg (20 FEB 76 arrival backstamp). Some splitting along top fold and horizontal filing fold, otherwise fine and attractive

     

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