1840-2000 in SG album and stockbooks, many better items noted including 1840 1d (2) and 2d, Embossed 1847 1/- green and 1854 6d dull lilac, 1855-57 4d pale carmine and 1/- green, 1867-83 5/- rose and 10/- ultramarine, Seahorse 1918 and 1934 2/6d, 5/- and 10/-, some Regionals, Officials, Postage Dues, etc, stockbook of decimal mint, condition mixed (many 100s). SG Cat £10000++
Estimated Price Reserve Price Currently 784 Lots in the database. choose one to edit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 19th Century selection comprising 1840 Mulready letter sheet (A50) to Warrington bearing repaired 1d black tied by Shaftesbury/Penny Post in red (SG Cat £2000), 1841 1d used blocks of four and eight, Embossed 1/- on 1853 flapless envelope to U.S., 1867 9d straw C30 cancel of Valparaiso, and 1887-92 Jubilee mint selection with 2d, 2½d (block of eight), 4d pair, 4½d (2), 5d pair, 10d, 1/- green, etc.
Realised Price : $240
1840 1d black (I-E), red Maltese Cross, superb four-margined example
1902-10 KEVII £1 dull blue-green, SG 266, small imperfections do not unduly detract, very fresh unmounted.
Realised Price : $625
1929 P.U.C. £1 black, lightly mounted
1934-51 definitives FDC selection comprising 1934 ½d and 1d, 1936 set of three on covers (2, differing cdss) registered at Dundee and 1d on postcard all addressed to West Australia and set of three on separate covers inscribed THE CHILDRENS HOSPITAL,/HAMPSTEAD., 1937-39 1½d, 2d+3d, 4d, 5d, 6d, 7d and 8d, 1941 1d and 2½d, 1950 4d, and 1951 Festival sets (2) plus 2/6d and 5/- on registered cover, (19)
1948 Olympic Games sets on FDCs (4, including various illustrated types) with Olympic Games slogan cancel, also B.P.A. illustrated envelope with 2½d only and the Olympic Games 6d Air Letter cancelled FDI (6)
Realised Price : $500
Machins: Interesting group of issues on cover (mostly airmail to Australia) organised by value, often with single/mixed and various multiple frankings for each (apparently little duplication other than this), values to £5 including £1.33, £1.41, £1.50, generally fair/fine (400+)
Realised Price : $230
Aerogrammes: 1940s-80s (mostly 1950s-60s) to a circle of women in Australia, noted some uprated with stamps, commem types, slogan cancels, etc, plenty of duplication obviously, generally reasonably opened (approx 300)
Realised Price : $380
Postal History: 1860 (28th May) arrival at London of envelope franked at 1d (corner fault) and endorsed from W Allbon Boy on board H M/Ship Termagant and countersigned, circular MORE/TO/PAY in red and mss. 6 applied on arrival signifying ineligibility of sender for Sailors concessional rate
-: 1933-38 accumulation of commercial covers to same addressee in Melbourne, mostly at 1/3d airmail rate or multiples thereof (highest 7/6d), noted one 6d rate via Karachi, reasonable variety in franking combinations (to 2/6d Seahorse) including perfins, small number with faults, generally sound (84)
-: 1938 (4th May) airmailed envelope to Gambia by Zeppelin, Bathurst backstamp (6.5.1938)
Realised Price : $95
-: 1952-65 various BOAC souvenir covers flown mostly intermediates in Asia, duplication, variable condition, (24).