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    Lot 983
    Estimate: $200

    1886-1900 Palm Tree 1/- Rose-Carmine, bisected diagonally and used as 2d value on cover to New Zealand, cancelled by 1896 double-circled Apia cds in blue, arrival backstamp, minor spotting

     

    Lot 984
    Estimate: $300

    1898-99 Surcharge in black 2d on 1/- Dull Rose-Carmine, error 'Surcharge double', SG 86a, thin spot. Fine appearance

     

    Lot 985
    Estimate: $1,750

    1914 'G.R.I.' Surcharge 3/- on 3M Violet-Black, SG 113, Michel 12, guarantee handstamp and signature on reverse

     

    Lot 986
    Estimate: $1,250

    1914 'G.R.I.' Surcharge 5/- on 5M Carmine and Black, SG 114, Michel 13, variety 'Broken stop after 'I'', guarantee signatures on reverse. 1993 Holcombe Cert

     

    Lot 987
    Estimate: $150T

    1935 Definitives, 2d River Scene, Wmk Inverted, SG 182aw, gum thin. Unpriced in S.G.

     

    Lot 988
    Estimate: $250

    1923 (15 Feb) registered cover to Germany bearing Huts 1d and 2d pair tied by 'PALAULI' datestamps, backstamps of Apia, London, Birmingham and Hamburg

     

    Lot 989
    Estimate: $125

    1949 (7 Jan) registered cover to England bearing 6d and registration label both tied by 'LOTOFAGA' double-circle datestamps, transit and arrival backstamps

     

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