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    Lot 980
    Estimate: $50

    1870 1d Lake-Red, SG 58, Plate 1 and 3, few blunt perfs

     

    Lot 981
    Estimate: $125

    1862-64 Small uncoloured letter in each corner 3d pale carmine-rose (2), SG 77, tied to 1865 (22nd Dec) cover (faults) to U.S., with 'UNSUFFICIENTLY/PREPAID' and Accountancy markings. Cat 600+

     

    Lot 982
    Estimate: $250T Realised Price : $190

    1867-70 1/- Green Plate 5, 'Stock Exchange' forgery, slightly rounded corner perforation

     

    Lot 983
    Estimate: $125

    1872-73 Uncoloured letters in corners 6d grey (Plate 12), SG 125, tied by London duplex to 1874 (3rd Feb) flapless cover to Tunis, endorsed 'Per Mont Cenis Route Via Italy' and with framed 'PIROSGAFI/POSTAFI/ITALIANI'

     

    Lot 984
    Estimate: $600T

    1867-83 Wmk Anchor on white 10/- Greenish Grey, SG 135, few short perfs at left, near 'LOMBARD ST' cancel. Cat 2200

     

    Lot 985
    Estimate: $800

    1867-83 Wmk Anchor on white paper, 10/- Greenish Grey, SG 135, slight rubbing and oily cancel.

     

    Lot 986
    Estimate: $125

    1887-92 'Jubilee' cover selection comprising 'DRB' (Dresdner Bank) perfin 3d, d, 6d (2) plus 1d on attractive registered cover to Bavaria, 2d (2) on cover to U.S., the second stamp for redirection, and 6d to New South Wales, also surface-printed 1/- (SG 117) 'pr French Packet' to Spain with good example on front of an 1869 fingerprint preserved for posterity (4)

     

    Lot 987
    Estimate: $250

    Surface-printed cover accumulation with useful including 1855-57 4d (2) plus Line-engraved 1d to Holland, 1862-64 4d to France, 1867-80 6d to U.S., 1880 'Book Post' label at 1d rate, etc, some with faults, generally fair/fine (68)

     

    Lot 988
    Estimate: $250 Realised Price : $190

    1902-10 KEVII 10/- Ultramarine, SG 265

     

    Lot 989
    Estimate: $100T

    1912-24 KGV d Green Imperforate handstamped SPECIMEN type 26, SG N14u

     

    Lot 990
    Estimate: $60T

    1912-24 KGV 1d Scarlet Imperforate handstamped SPECIMEN type 26, SG N16u

     

    Lot 991
    Estimate: $50T

    1912-24 KGV 1d Scarlet handstamped CANCELLED type 24, SG N16w

     

    Lot 992
    Estimate: $400

    1912-24 Multiple Cypher Wmk, KGV 2d Intense Bright Orange, variety Watermark Inverted, SG Specialised N19(9)

     

    Lot 993
    Estimate: $125T

    1912-24 KGV 2d Blue Imperforate handstamped CANCELLED type 24, SG N21v

     

    Lot 994
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $80

    1934-36 Photogravure FDC selection comprising 1d (2), one registered with 1d (2) and 1d 'V 34' Control pair, other with framed 'Found at Torquay/without contents', 1d ('V/34' Control single), and 2d (corner example), also 1941-42 d (block of six), 1d, and 2d, fine (7). Scarce group

     

    Lot 995
    Estimate: $60

    1937-47 KGVI group including d to 2d in mint blocks, and d and 1d on 1938 Glasgow Exhibition vignette, sideways wmk d and 1d mint pairs, also d, 1d and 1d sample punched and opt 'CANCELLED', mixed condition (34 + cover)

     

    Lot 996
    Estimate: $80

    1955 QE2 2/6d Waterlow printing, SG 533, used commercially on 23.9.55 airmail cover to Australia

     

    Lot 997
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $115

    1955-58 Castles set (marginal) with white gum, additional 2/6d cream gum, unmounted mint (5)

     

    Lot 998
    Estimate: $350T

    1967-80 Machin 5d Royal Blue, upper left Imperforate block of four, SG 735c

     

    Lot 999
    Estimate: $125T

    1967-80 Machin 1/6d error 'Greenish Blue omitted', SG 743a, normal for comparison

     

    Lot 1000
    Estimate: $1,000 Realised Price : $800

    1930s to 1970 (end of SD) large collection of FDC's in cover albums, specialised to include amongst the illustrateds different cachets (private and P.O. types), relevant and special cancels, many scarcer (up to 100 and more in Bradbury FDC catalogue), includes Regionals, odd fault in earlier (many were sent by post to Australia), generally good (many 100's). A most comprehensive collection of this popular material


    Lot 1001
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $75

    Perfin: 'CofA' on 2/6d Seahorse, slight faults. Scarce mint

     

    Lot 1002
    Estimate: $60T

    Propaganda Forgeries: 10pf carmine Germania block of 6 prepared by G.B., Mi.I4, also 'Luftfeldpost' in blue, mint

     

    Lot 1003
    Estimate: $150

    1842-77 selection (6) comprising 1842 on unusual advertising (internally) envelope with 1d but curiously endorsed 'Free', 1843 stampless entire with nice '1D I' marking, 1854 with imperf 1d (late fee) and 2d (large-margined), 1858 cover with 2d (2, SG 34 or 35) to France, 1871 4d rate to U.S. with line-engraved 1d and surface-printed 3d, and 1877 with 1d perfin 'G R/W'. Nice group

     

    Lot 1004
    Estimate: $750

    1800s to late 1900s miscellaneous Postal History, mostly 20th-century including Express Post, many Instructionals (mostly 'Unclaimeds') including 1880 Sweden to London with framed 'Found in Inland Section/without contents', 'Accidentally Damaged in Transit', 'Missent' and 'MISDIRECTED', 'Contrary to regulations/53', etc, TPO's, 'TEST MAIL', novelty/curious cancels, registereds, perfins, etc (approx 300)


    Lot 1005
    Estimate: $100

    1917 and 1937 Official covers to same addressee with cachets 'GR' and 'GRI/VI' from Sir E A Bacon, 1952 mourning envelope from the British Consulate General/Zagreb to South Africa, foreign office cachet (3 covers)

     

    Lot 1006
    Estimate: $500

    1920s to 1970s (small number later) Slogan cancels on cover/card, odd duplication noted in form of different towns for same slogan (particularly for 1945 Victory and 1947 Wedding where the types are rather prolific), no doubt many scarcer types here, generally good strikes (many obtained by philatelists), (500+), also envelope of slogans on pieces


    Lot 1007
    Estimate: $400

    1920s to 1970s Commemorative/Souvenir covers/cards in albums, appears to be a good lot of its type, little or no duplication, generally fair/fine (500+)


    Lot 1008
    Estimate: $150T

    1939 (1st May) stampless 'Challenger' crash cover addressed to South Africa with framed bilingual cachet in violet 'FLYING BOAT CORRESPONDENCE DAMAGED BY SEAWATER/VLIEGBOOT KORRESPONDENSIE DUER SEEWATER ...', Nierinck 390501

     

    Lot 1009
    Estimate: $300

    Channel Islands: Accumulation 1940s to 1990s commercial and philatelic, some earlier cancellations on G.B., moderate duplication, generally fair/fine (approx 500 items)


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