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    REST OF THE WORLD, KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA

    Lot 750
    Estimate: $250

    1935-37 KGV Pictorials basic used set 5c to 1 (all fine), plus stockcard with quantities of 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c and 50c, plus 65c block of 6 (Total 247 stamps)

       

    Lot 751
    Estimate: $250T

    1938-54 1c to 1 KGVI Pictorial Definitives duplicated range with some perf varieties, comprising 1c (2), 5c Black and Green, 5c Brown and Orange (2), 10c Brown and Orange, 10c Black and Green (2), 15c, 20c, 30c (2), 50c, 1/- (2), 2/-, 3/- (2), 5/- (2), 10/- (3) and 1 (2), also 1948 Silver Wedding 20c and 1. Fine and lightly hinged. SG cat 550+

     

    Lot 752
    Estimate: $300 Realised Price : $290

    1938-54 Definitives, used accumulation in album, partly sorted according to printings, including 10/- (16) and 1 (13), plus a few mint multiples of lower values and a range of pieces mostly franked with combinations of high values with 10/- (9) and 1 (12). Also smaller accumulations of the 1954 and 1960 Definitives values to 20/- including pieces. Condition generally well above average (100s)

       

    Lot 753
    Estimate: $150

    1938-54 1c Black and Brown imprint/plate no blocks of 14 from Centre Plates 3A and 3B with R9/6 normal, and from Centre Plates 5A and 6A with variety 'Damaged Left Value Tablet' (R9/6), and sheet of 100 from Centre Plate 4A with variety 'Retouched Left Value Tablet (R9/6). Also block of 6 from top right corner of sheet with variety 'Re-entry in Lower Left Corner (R1/10). Fine MUH, SG cat 250+ (162)

      

    Lot 754
    Estimate: $90

    1938-54 10c Black and Green Perf 13 x 11 3/4 MUH block of 4, lower right unit variety 'Mountain Retouch' (R6/7), superb. SG No. 135a, cat 95+

     

    Lot 755
    Estimate: $120

    1938-54 50c Purple and Black Perf 13 x 11 3/4 vertical pair, lower unit variety 'Rope Not Joined to Sail' (R2/5), part OG and with toning on reverse. SG No. 144a, cat 300+

     

    Lot 756
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $75

    1938-54 Coils: 5c Reddish-brown and Orange and 10c Brown and Grey M with gummed join on reverse, 50c Purple and Black U from coil, plus 1940 (10 Mar) cover to England with 10c Red-brown and Orange vertical strips of 3 (3), pair and singles (2) from coil, one strip showing gummed join on reverse. Also 1954-59 QEII 5c, 10c and 50c MUH strips of 10 from coils showing join on reverse. Scarce material (32M + 1U + 1 cover)

      

    Lot 757
    Estimate: $100

    1954 QEII set mounted in folder (130 x 187mm) titled 'POSTAGE STAMPS OF EAST AFRICA' with descriptive text on inside front cover and stamps affixed opposite by hinges. The stamps comprise the full set less the 15c issued in 1958. With paper slip affixed indicating the price of the folder was 42/-. Also a separate leaflet describing the new issue. Scarce

      

    Lot 758
    Estimate: $100

    1959 'OFFICIAL' overprints 5c Black and Deep Brown variety 'OFFIGIAL' for 'OFFICIAL', fine used, an uncatalogued major overprint variety

     

    Lot 759
    Estimate: $150T

    Postage Dues: 1935 Watermark Multiple Script CA 5c to 1s punctured 'SPECIMEN' fine lightly mounted, also a mint set of the issued stamps. SG D7-12, cat 298 (12)

     

    Lot 760
    Estimate: $100T Realised Price : $105

    Postal Stationery: KGVI group, comprising unused 10c Grey, 15c Red Postcards (2, one opt 'SPECIMEN'), 15c Vermilion, 20c Brown-orange Envelopes opt 'SPECIMEN, 30c Blue Registration Envelope mint (H&G C7) and opt SPECIMEN (H&G C5), and used 20c Brown-orange envelopes (2 1943 internal, and 1941 uprated to Bombay, some tears), 30c Blue Registration Envelopes (H&G C5a) (2 - 1939 to Ireland, and 1942 to Pretoria). Condition generally very fine (11)

      

    Lot 761
    Estimate: $300 Realised Price : $270

    1930s to 1960s accumulations of covers, mostly commercial but with a smattering of first day and souvenir covers, and showing a wide range of frankings with values to 1, rates and destinations, commemorative issues, some postal stationery and a group of WWII censored covers, postmark interest. A very useful lot (approx 220 covers)

       

    Lot 762
    Estimate: $70T Realised Price : $55

    1939-50 group of KGVI covers, mostly to U.S.A., six are censored, and including a 50c pair on formular airletter, and 20c x 2 on 1939 cover to Seattle, underpaid with 2 x 2c U.S. postage dues added (13 covers)

     

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