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    Lot 1024
    Estimate: $200

    1912-22 Wmk Royal Cypher 6d Reddish-violet Perf 14, marginal example from base of sheet with ''R.21'' control, light soiling in selvedge, otherwise fine unmounted

     

    Lot 1025
    Estimate: $2,500 Realised Price : $1,900

    1913 'Seahorses' 1 Green, SG 403, well-centred and very lightly mounted. A superb example of this sought after stamp. Cat 3000

     

    Lot 1026
    Estimate: $250 Realised Price : $190

    1924-26 Wmk Block Cypher 1d Red-brown horizontal tte-bche pair, SG 420a, fine mint. Cat 500

     

    Lot 1027
    Estimate: $300 Realised Price : $440

    1924-26 Wmk Block Cypher 4d Grey-green optd 'SPECIMEN' Type 28, marginal example from base of sheet with 'G27' control, crease in selvedge, otherwise fine. A scarce specimen type, possibly unique with control. Ex Marcus Samuel

     

    Lot 1028
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $125

    1929 Postal Union Congress range comprising d, 1d, and 1d blocks of six (possibly booklet panes) and 2d block of four, also d, 1d and 1d Wmk Inverted from booklets, and d, 1d and 1d Wmk Sideways from rolls, fine unmounted (except one unit in d block). Also registered cover to Hartford, Connecticut bearing d to 2d tied by Wincanton 30 MY 29 datestamps (28 + 1 cover)

     

    Lot 1029
    Estimate: $250

    1929 Postal Union Congress selection with controls comprising 'K29' d and 1d blocks of six, 1d and 2d blocks of four; 'L29' d, 1d, 1d and 2d singles, all fine, mounted in selvedge only (24)

     

    Lot 1030
    Estimate: $800 Realised Price : $700

    1929 Postal Union Congress d to 1, SG 434-38, the 1 top marginal, few minor gum wrinkles, otherwise fine and fresh unmounted (5). Cat (for hinged) 765

     

    Lot 1031
    Estimate: $500 Realised Price : $420

    1929 Postal Union Congress d to 1, plus additional 2d, SG 434-38, fine and lightly mounted (6). Cat 775

     

    Lot 1032
    Estimate: $500 Realised Price : $400

    1929 Postal Union Congress 1 Black, SG 438, fine and lightly mounted. Cat 750

     

    Lot 1033
    Estimate: $1,500

    1929 Postal Union Congress d to 2d affixed to small official PUC stationery sheet (188 x 120mm) and cancelled on the day of issue by 'POSTAL UNION CONGRESS' datestamps of 10 MY 1929. Superb and rare

     

    Lot 1034
    Estimate: $400

    1929 Postal Union Congress d, 1d, 1d and 2d (2) on FDC to Sydney, cancelled by London 10 MY 1929 datestamps. Sent partly by air, endorsed 'till Marseilles and again in Australia'. A very scarce combination of first day with early air routing

     

    Lot 1035
    Estimate: $10,000

    1929 Postal Union Congress d Green, 1d Scarlet and 1d Purple-brown Imperforate Imprimaturs from the coil plates with Wmk sideways. From the National Postal Museum archival sales, with handstamps on reverse. Superb unmounted and extremely rare (3) (photo front cover)

     

    Lot 1036
    Estimate: $150

    1929 Postal Union Congress d, 1d (2) and 1d (2) Wmk sideways from rolls, SG 434a-36a, lightly mounted, the 1d with slightly trimmed perfs at base (5). Cat 270

     

    Lot 1037
    Estimate: $500

    1929 Postal Union Congress 2/- Booklet Edn 103, containing d x 6,1d x 6 and 1d x 10, panes with trimmed perfs. Superb and fresh

     

    Lot 1038
    Estimate: $500

    1929 Postal Union Congress 2/- Booklet Edn 107, containing d x 6,1d x 6 and 1d x 10, panes with trimmed perfs. Superb and fresh

     

    Lot 1039
    (Withdrawn)

    1929 Postal Union Congress 3/- Booklet Edn 168, containing d x 6,1d x 6 and 1d x 18, panes with mostly full perfs. Superb and fresh

     

    Lot 1040
    Estimate: $400

    1929 Postal Union Congress 3/- Booklet Edn 172, containing d x 6,1d x 6 and 1d x 18, panes with mostly full perfs. Superb and fresh

     

    Lot 1041
    Estimate: $500 Realised Price : $420

    1934 'Seahorses' Re-engraved 2/6d Chocolate-brown, 5/- Bright Rose-red and 10/- Indigo, SG 450-52, superb unmounted marginal examples (3). Cat (for hinged) 575

     

    Lot 1042
    Estimate: $400

    1935 Silver Jubilee d, 1d, 1d and 2d on plain FDC addressed to Rotherfield, tied by Tunbridge Wells 7 MY 35 datestamps and machine cancel. Fine and very scarce

     

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