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Australasia with Australia King George V Heads, & New Zealand

Sale number: 26

Tuesday 28th February 2006

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1 | £280
Australia: King George V Heads: The Engraved One Penny Value of 1913: Mint selection with shades and flaws, Plate 1 left side imprint block of eight, plate blocks of eight (4 x 2) from Plate 1, twelve (6 x 2) from Plate 2, twelve (4 x 3) from Plate 3 and eight (4 x 2) from Plate 4, incl. varieties, also War Savings 6d. and 2s.6d. (crease) mint employing similar head, mainly good to fine. (67)
2 | £200
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Comb Perf. 1/2d. mint selection with a range of shades incl. bright green, wmk. inverted, three blocks of four (incl. one punctured ''O S'', another corner marginal bright yellow-green unmounted), coil strip of five, flaws incl. Electro 4 [R55] (2 shades, one in marginal pair), Electro 7 [R7], and [R58(with additional flaw on ''2'')-59] in corner block of six, mainly good to fine. (34)
6 £170
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Comb Perf. 1/2d. Electro 1 well centred mint corner marginal strip of three [R58-60] with CA monogram and white flaw in top leaf of left wattles [R58], light overall gum toning. A.C.S.C. 63(1)zb, h. Photo.
8 £130
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Comb Perf. 1/2d. Electro 2 [R35] showing crack through ''P'' of ''POSTAGE'', used with Launceston c.d.s., corner creases but scarce. A.C.S.C. 63(2)j, cat. $400. Photo.
9 £280
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Comb Perf. 1/2d. Electro 2 [R47] showing early state of crack through oval in front of face, used, fine. A.C.S.C. 63(2)k, cat. $500. Drury certificate (2003). Photo.
10 £220
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Comb Perf. 1/2d. Electro 2 mint corner marginal block of six [R52-60] with CA monogram, gum bends and centred to right, otherwise mainly fine and hinged on [R53] only. A.C.S.C. 63(2)zb. Photo.
11 £240
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Comb Perf. 1/2d. Electro 2 fine mint, well centred corner marginal block of four [R53-60] with CA monogram. A.C.S.C. 63(2)zb. Photo.
12 £290
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Comb Perf. 1/2d. Electro 3 [L58] showing crack through S.W. corner, used with Melbourne c.d.s. well clear, fine and scarce. A.C.S.C. 63(3)h, cat. $600. Photo.
13 £230
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Comb Perf. 1/2d. Electro 3 [L58] showing crack through S.W. corner, used, a little pressed creasing otherwise fine and scarce. A.C.S.C. 63(3)h, cat. $600. Photo.
14 £250
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Comb Perf. 1/2d. Electro 3 [L58] showing crack through S.W. corner, late state with break in bottom frame, used, centred left, otherwise fine. A.C.S.C. 63(3)h, cat. $600. Photo.
15 £420
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Comb Perf. 1/2d. Electro 4 JBC monogram corner marginal block of six with wmk. inverted [L49-51, 55-57], [L49 showing white spot behind kangaroo, some reinforcement but well centred and fresh. A.C.S.C. 63(4)z. Photo.
16 £90
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Comb Perf. 1/2d. Electro 4 JBC monogram marginal block of four [L51-2, 57-8] mint, fine with good centring. A.C.S.C. 63(4)z.
17 £720
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Comb Perf. 1/2d. Electro 5 cracked electro [L46], second state, used, corner perf. crease, otherwise fine with good centring, slightly to left. A.C.S.C. 63(5)ha, cat. $1,000. Photo.
18 £320
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Comb Perf. 1/2d. Electro 5 cracked electro [L46], second state, used, a pale shade, a trifle washed. A.C.S.C. 63(5)ha, cat. $1,000. Photo.
19 | £320
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Comb Perf. 1/2d. Electro 5 JBC monogram corner marginal block of twelve with wmk. inverted [R49-54, 55-60] hinged in margins only, minor crease in lower margin, otherwise fine. A.C.S.C. 63a(5)zb.
20 | £260
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Comb Perf. 1/2d. Electro 7, two Harrison one line (''COMMQNWEALTH'') imprint, blocks of four in contrasting shades, a few wrinkles etc., otherwise mainly fine. A.C.S.C. 63(7)z, cat. $800.
21 £270
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Comb Perf. 1/2d. Electro 7 Harrison one line (''COMMQNWEALTH'') imprint block of twelve [L52-54, L58-60, R49-51, 55-57] mint, a few bends and reinforcement, [R51] thin and stain, fresh appearance. A.C.S.C. 63(7)z. Photo.
23 £260
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Line Perf. 1/2d. emerald, used, fine and well centred. S.G. 20a, cat. 375. A.C.S.C. 64, cat. $450. R.P.S. certificate (1997) Photo.
24 £210
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Line Perf. 1/2d. emerald, used, centred to right, fine. S.G. 20a, cat. 375. A.C.S.C. 64, cat. $450. Photo.
25 | £260
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark 1/2d., mainly mint selection with shades incl. blocks of four (3), six (incl. thin ''1'' in fraction at right), single punctured ''O S'', range of flaws incl. Electro 4 [L1] and [L2] in mint pair and later [L1] retouches used (3), [R55] mint, Electro 5 [L16] mint, [R31] used (some creasing), Electro 7 Harrison imprint strips of six (3 shades), mainly good to fine. (45)
26 | £85
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark 1/2d. green, watermark inverted in a marginal block of twelve (3 x 4) from the left of the sheet, one pulled perf. and some minor perf. separation, otherwise mainly fine unmounted mint with reasonable centring. S.G. 48w, cat. 240+, A.C.S.C. 65a, cat. $420+.
28 | £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark 1/2d. green Electro 4, the lower two rows of the right pane [R49-60] with margins three sides, CA monogram and flaws incl. [R55] white spot before ''2'' in right value tablet, centred to right, mainly fine unmounted mint.
30 | £290
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark 1/2d. bluish green, Electro 5, the lower five rows of the left pane [L31-60] with margins two sides, CA monogram and flaws incl. [L32] white flaw in King's hair, [L46] cracked electro, mainly fine, reasonably or well centred, unmounted except two.
31 | £170
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark 1/2d. bluish green, Electro 5, the lower five rows of the right pane [R31-60] with margins three sides, JBC monogram and flaws incl. [R31] white flaw in left wattles, [R36] retouched top frame and [R43] thin fraction at right, mint, centred to right, some reinforcement, interpanneau creasing and stain, otherwise mainly fine with most unmounted.
32 | £300
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark 1/2d. pale green, Electro 5, the lower five rows of the right pane [R31-60] with margins three sides, CA monogram substituted for JBCand flaws incl. [R31] white flaw in left wattles, [R36] retouched top frame and [R43] thin fraction at right, mint, centred to right, mainly fine and well centred, unmounted except one.
33 | £220
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark 1/2d. green, Electro 5, the lower three rows of the left pane [L43-60] with margins three sides, CA monogram and flaws incl. [L46] cracked electro, mainly fine and well centred.
34 £90
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark 1/2d. bluish green, Electro 5 [L46] cracked electro, second state, used, fine. A.C.S.C. 65(5)ha, cat. $250. Photo.
36 £220
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark 1/2d. bluish green, Electro 7 Harrison imprint (''COMMQNWEALTH'') block of four, mint, the lower stamps unmounted. A.C.S.C. 65(7)z, cat. $300. Photo.
37 £240
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark 1/2d. green on thin paper, Electro 7 Harrison imprint (''COMMQNWEALTH'') block of four, mint, the lower stamps unmounted. A.C.S.C. 65(7)z, cat. $300+. Photo.
38 | £140
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 1/2d. orange, mainly mint selection incl. shades, inverted wmk. corner block of four, single punctured ''O S'', imprint blocks of four from Electro 8 and eight (wmk. inverted) from Electros 6 and 9, block of four with central red 1928 Melbourne Exhibition c.d.s., odd fault but most fine. (44)
39 | £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 1/2d. orange. Electro 6 Harrison imprint block of twelve [L52-54, 58-60, R49-51, 55-57] with wmk. inverted, incl. flaws [L54] retouch to crack through King's ear and [R49] eight wattles at right, mainly fine.
40 | £100
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 14, 1/2d. orange, mint selection with shades and some flaws incl. ''egg'' below emu's breast [9R14] in pair, Electro 8 imprint block of eight, etc., mainly fine. (17)
41 | £65
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 14, 1/2d. orange, Electro 8 Mullett imprint block of eight [L53-60, R49-52] incl. [L60] lower end of left fraction bar thickened, [R52] corner crease. otherwise mainly fine. A.C.S.C. 67(8)z.
42 | £70
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2, 1/2d. orange, mint selection with single punctured ''O S'', imprint blocks of four (3 shades) and eight, etc., mostly fine. (33)
43 | £50
Australia: King George V Heads: The Halfpenny Value: 1931-36 Multiple Crown and C of A Watermark 1/2d., Ash imprint blocks of four (2) in yellow-orange, and of eight in orange, all from Electro 9, also ''O S'' overprint block of four, mint, mostly fine. (20) A.C.S.C. 69(9)z, 69(OS), cat. $214+.
44 £3400
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Proofs: Perkins, Bacon & Co. Die Proof State 1, head on solid background, in black (95 x 125mm. approx.) with cachet on reverse. Six recorded. A.C.S.C. 70DP(11)Bb, cat. $3,000. Photo.
45 £1800
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Proofs: Perkins, Bacon & Co. Die Proof State 1, head on solid background, in black, cut down (45 x 52mm. approx.). Two recorded. A.C.S.C. 70DP(11)Bc, cat. $1,800. Photo.
46 £1800
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Proofs: Perkins, Bacon & Co. Die Proof State 1, head on solid background, in bright red, cut down (62 x 62mm. approx.). One recorded. A.C.S.C. 70DP(11)Cc, cat. $2,000. Photo.
51 £1500
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Proofs: Perkins, Bacon & Co. Die Proof State 3 in black on thin glazed card, cut down (44 x 51mm. approx.). Two recorded. A.C.S.C. 70DP(13)Ae, cat. $2,000. Photo.
52 £3000
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Proofs: Perkins, Bacon & Co. Die Proof State 3 in carmine-red on thin glazed card (125 x 95mm. approx.) without endorsements. Two recorded. A.C.S.C. 70DP(13)Bc, cat. $4,000. Photo.
55 £1600
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Proofs: Perkins, Bacon & Co. Die Proof State 4, the approved die, in carmine-rose, cut down (51 x 60mm. approx.). Two previously recorded. A.C.S.C. 70DP(14)Bd, cat. $2,000. Photo.
59 £2100
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Proofs: Perkins, Bacon & Co. Die Proof State 4, the approved die, in blue on glazed paper, cut down and affixed to buff card (89 x 114mm.). Previously unrecorded. A.C.S.C. 70DP(14)E var. Photo. Note: This lot, not a part of the ''Ayers'' Collection, originates from the private records of an Inland Revenue official.
60 £100
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Proofs: Perkins, Bacon & Co. London Imperforate Plate Proofs: A single in bright violet affixed to buff card (62 x 87mm.) with annotation below ''PURCHASED 3/49''. A.C.S.C. 70PP(2)D Photo. Note: This lot, not a part of the ''Ayers'' Collection, originates from the private records of an Inland Revenue official.
61 £250
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Proofs: Perkins, Bacon & Co. London Imperforate Plate Proofs, examples in black, pale carmine and bright violet on thin glazed card. (3) A.C.S.C. 70PP(2)A, B, D, cat. $650. Photo.
62 £65
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Proofs: Perkins, Bacon & Co. London Imperforate Plate Proofs, an example in black on thin glazed card. A.C.S.C. 70PP(2)A, cat. $150. Photo.
63 £190
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Proofs: Perkins, Bacon & Co. London Imperforate Plate Proofs, a block of four in black on thin glazed card. A.C.S.C. 70PP(2)A, cat. $600. Photo.
66 £150
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Proofs: Perkins, Bacon & Co. London Imperforate Plate Proofs, a block of four in mauve on thin glazed card, slight rub on pair at right. A.C.S.C. 70PP(2)E, cat. $600. Photo.
67 £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Proofs: Perkins, Bacon & Co. London Imperforate Plate Proofs, an example in pale dull mauve on thin glazed card. A.C.S.C. 70PP(2)F, cat. $300. Photo.
68 £5500
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Proofs: Melbourne Electrotype Plate Proof (the adjoining units masked) on thin cream wove paper (39 x 32mm. approx). With R.P.S., Victoria certificate (2001) and rare, only two examples recorded, also a piece of gummed Single Watermark paper (51 x 80mm.) incorporating four impressions and marginal line (some wrinkles). A.C.S.C. 70PP(8)F, cat. $5,000. Photo.
69 £300
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Line Perf., 1d. Plate 3, corner marginal block of thirty, the upper five rows of the right pane incl. [VI/21] flaw dot before right ''1'', light overall gum toning, some separation and reinforcement, otherwise mainly fine with twenty-five unmounted. A.C.S.C. 70(3), f.
70 £270
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Line Perf., 1d. Plate 3 mint block of four [VI/15-16, 21-22] incl. dot before right ''1'', slight separation at top, otherwise fine and hinged on [VI/16] only. A.C.S.C. 70(3), f. Photo.
71 £95
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Line Perf., 1d. Plate 4 mint block of four [VIII/13-14, 19-20] incl. thin ''ONE PENNY'' retouch, mainly fine with one unmounted. A.C.S.C. 70(4), l, cat. $355+. Photo.
72 | £80
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Line Perf., 1d. carmine-red, two mint blocks of four: pale shade with lower margin and well centred, deep shade with upper margin and centred low to right, both showing compartment lines and very lightly hinged on one in each only. A.C.S.C. 70A, cat. $180+.
73 £880
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Line Perf., 1d. carmine-red, Die II, a fine used example, well centred. S.G. 21a, cat. 900. A.C.S.C. 70A(1)f, cat. $750. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
74 | £350
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d., a mainly mint selection of varieties incl. wmk. inverted (4), coil join pair, used strips of five and six with two in each Die II, Plate 3 dot before ''i'' (pair), Plate 4 ''secret mark'' in pairs (2, one punctured ''O S'' and with wmk. inverted), flaw under neck (2 pairs), ''RA'' joined in three pairs (one with Harrison one line imprint, another punctured ''O S''), run ''N'' mint (2, one in corner block), mainly fine. (40)
75 | £260
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d., a collection of shades (not identified), a good range incl. seven pairs and five blocks of four (one, a very full deep red, three marginal), five punctured ''O S'', mainly good to fine mint. (73)
76 | £260
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d., a collection of identified shades (not all guaranteed), a comprehensive range, eleven with Drury certificate (2005), two punctured ''O S'', mainly good to fine mint. (39)
77 | £230
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d., a collection of shades, all in mint blocks of four, two with watermark inverted, incl. dull red, reddish pink (semi-surfaced), aniline scarlet, aniline carmine, etc., mainly fine. (11 blocks)
78 £1100
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. dull aniline red unmounted mint booklet pane of six [II/49-51, 55-57], one Die II, four others merged or intermediate, centred low to left, fresh and fine. Photo.
79 £140
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. carmine-red, lightly hinged horizontal strip of three, the left stamp being Die II, fresh and well centred. Photo.
80 £130
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. scarlet-red, mint horizontal pair, the right stamp being Die II, good centring, a little high. Photo.
81 £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. red, mint horizontal pair, the right stamp being Die II, reasonably centred, a little high to right. Photo.
83 £350
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. upper left corner marginal pair [I/1-2] Dies I and II se-tenant and additionally showing double line of horizontal perforations at top, unmounted mint, slightest of bends, and centred a little high, otherwise fine and scarce. A.C.S.C. 71(1)fa var. Photo.
84 £650
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. Plate 1 Harrison imprint block of eight [I/53-60, II/49-56], two stamps at right being intermediate (merged state) Die II, unmounted except [I/54] lightly hinged, interpanneau bend, fine. A.C.S.C. 71(1), zh. Photo.
85 £620
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. Plate 2, right pane no monogram corner marginal mint block of thirty [IV/31-60] pre-rusting of clichs, with flaws incl. thin ''G'' [IV/40] and dot on ''Y'' [IV/41], centred to left, odd small tone spot but hinged in margins only, most fine. A.C.S.C. 71(2), k, l, za. Photo.
86 £150
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. aniline scarlet, Plate 2 [IV/34] showing rusted clich, a reasonably centred used example with machine cancellation, one corner perf. crease, otherwise fine. S.G. 21ca, cat. 350. A.C.S.C. 71(2)i, cat. $450. Photo.
87 £160
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. aniline scarlet on thinner paper, Plate 2 [IV/34] showing rusted clich, a used example with ''24JA17'' c.d.s., centred low, one corner perf. crease and trivial adhesion on reverse, otherwise fine. S.G. 21ca, cat. 350. A.C.S.C. 71(2)i, cat. $450. Photo.
88 £140
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. aniline scarlet on thinner paper, Plate 2 [IV/34] showing rusted clich, a used example with ''DE 22/1916'' c.d.s., centred low to right, small stain on reverse, otherwise fine. S.G. 21ca, cat. 350. A.C.S.C. 71(2)i, cat. $450. Photo.
89 £140
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. aniline scarlet, Plate 2 [IV/35] showing rusted clich, a used example with Sydney''20FE17'' c.d.s. clear of flaw, centred low and with pressed diagonal creasing, nevertheless fresh and attractive. S.G. 21ca, cat. 350. A.C.S.C. 71(2)j, cat. $450. Photo.
90 £170
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. aniline scarlet, Plate 2 [IV/35] showing late state of rusted clich, a used example with ''- JA 17'' c.d.s., reasonably centred, slightly to right, fine. S.G. 21ca, cat. 350. A.C.S.C. 71(2)j, cat. $450. R.P.S., Victoria certificate (2003) Photo.
91 £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. deep aniline scarlet on thin paper, Plate 2 [IV/35] showing rusted clich, a used example with Victoria machine cancellation, centred a little low to right and one perf. a trifle short at upper right, otherwise fine. S.G. 21ca, cat. 350. A.C.S.C. 71(2)j, cat. $450. Photo.
92 £210
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. Plate 3 CA monogram corner marginal strip of three (monogram single unmounted), well centred, a little high. A.C.S.C. 71(3)zb, cat. $450. Photo.
93 | £140
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. rosine punctured ''O S'' Plate 3 CA monogram block of twelve, mint, some reinforcement and black paper adhesions, fresh appearance.
94 £100
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. Plate 3 JBC monogram mint block of twelve [VI/49-60] mint, some minor foxing and reinforcement, fine appearance, the monogram single unmounted. A.C.S.C. 71(3), zd.
95 £190
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. punctured ''O S'' Plate 3 JBC monogram lower marginal pair [VI/57-58] mint, well centred, fine. A.C.S.C. 71(3)ze. Photo.
96 £320
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. carmine-red Plate 3 Harrison one line imprint block of four, interpanneau bends, fine. A.C.S.C. 71(3)zf, cat. $800. Photo.
99 £750
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. Plate 4 no monogram right corner marginal strip of three incl. flaw run ''N'' of ''ONE'', centred left, otherwise fine and scarce. A.C.S.C. 71(4)za, cat. $1,500. Photo.
100 £190
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. Plate 4 JBC monogram (1mm. below) right corner marginal strip of three incl. flaw run ''N'' of ''ONE'' (pulled perf. at top but unmounted), good centring. A.C.S.C. 71(4)zf, cat. $450. Photo.
101 £140
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. carmine-red Plate 4 Harrison two line imprint pair with ''RA'' joined, interpanneau fold, fine. Photo.
102 £220
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. Plate 4 JBC monogram (3mm. below) strip of six [VIII/55-60] with margins three sides, incl. flaws kangaroo's tongue out (unmounted) and run ''N'' of ''ONE'', mainly fine. A.C.S.C. 71(4)zh, q. Photo.
103 £170
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. Plate 4 JBC monogram (3mm. below) right corner marginal strip of three incl. flaw run ''N'' of ''ONE'' (unmounted) centred right, odd gum bend, otherwise fine and scarce. A.C.S.C. 71(4)zh, cat. $450. Photo.
104 £75
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. Plate 4 JBC monogram (3mm. below) left corner marginal strip of four [VIII/55-58] incl. flaw kangaroo's tongue out, unmounted mint (small disturbance on corner stamp) centred to left. A.C.S.C. 71(4)zi, q. Photo.
105 £260
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. carmine-red Plate 4 Harrison one line imprint block of four incl. ''ferns'' (second state) and ''RA'' of ''AUSTRALIA'' joined varieties, interpanneau bend, fine. A.C.S.C. 71(4)zj, cat. $800. Photo.
107 £880
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. variety no watermark, used, fine and well centred, just slightly to left, scarce. A.C.S.C. 71aa, cat. $1,000. Drury certificate (2002). Photo.
108 £350
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. variety ''CNE'' for ''ONE'', used, fine and well centred. A.C.S.C. 71cb, cat. $450. Drury certificate (2004). Photo.
111 £190
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. on thin paper, Die II, unmounted mint, centred to right, fine. Photo.
112 £1100
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. mint block of six (3 x 2), the four stamps at right being Die II, good centring, a little high, hinged on one only, fine. A.C.S.C. 71(1)f, fa, cat. $2,250+. Photo.
113 £680
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. scarlet-red (group) punctured ''O S'' (inverted), a mint horizontal strip of three, the centre and right hand stamps being Die II, centred to right, a little low, scarce. A.C.S.C. 71G(1)fb, fc, var., cat. $950+. R.P.S., Victoria certificate (2001) Photo.
114 £380
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. Die II, variety watermark inverted, a horizontal pair, centred to right, one with small gum blemish, otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. 21dw, cat. 1,000+. Photo.
115 £380
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. Die II, variety watermark inverted, mint, well centred. S.G. 21dw, cat. 500. Photo.
116 £130
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. rose Plate 3 JBC monogram marginal block of four [VI/52-53, 58-59], hinged on upper pair and in margin only, fine. 71K(3)ze. Drury certificate (2005).
117 £95
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. brownish rose, unmounted mint marginal example showing flaw under neck, centred to left and with light bend, otherwise fine and fresh. A.C.S.C. 71M(4)h. Drury certificate (2002). Photo.
118 £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. orange-red, centred low to left but unmounted. A.C.S.C. 71P, cat. $350. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
120 £420
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. brick (pale terra cotta), unmounted mint, centred a little low to right. A.C.S.C. 71Q, cat. $900. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
121 £80
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. salmon, centred slightly low to right, fine. A.C.S.C. 71R, cat. $125. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
125 £60
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. carmine-rose, two used examples [IV/34] and [IV/35] showing substituted clichs, used, the former centred to right, the latter to upper right. A.C.S.C. 7iV(2)ia, ja, cat. $180. Both with Drury certificate (2002)
126 £1150
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. carmine-rose horizontal pair, showing substituted clichs Dies II and I se-tenant [IV/34-35] mint, centred slightly high to right. S.G. 21cb, db, cat. 1,900+. A.C.S.C. 71V(2)ia, ja, cat. $2,500+. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
127 £420
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. carmine-rose, showing Die I substituted clich [IV/35] mint, some minor gum disturbance but well centred. S.G. 21cb, cat. 950. A.C.S.C. 71V(2)ja, cat. $1,250. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
128 £350
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. carmine-rose, showing Die II substituted clich [IV/35] mint, some slight gum toning but well centred. S.G. 21db, cat. 950. A.C.S.C. 71V(2)ia, cat. $1,250. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
129 £220
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf., 1d. maroon, very lightly hinged, well centred just a little low. A.C.S.C. 71X, cat. $150. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
130 | £230
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. a collection of shades etc. incl. a pair, strip of three and CA monogram block of four, ''O S'' punctures (13, one wmk. inverted, and a block of six incl. ''Bald patch'' flaw), aniline types, wmk. inverted single with dot before ''1'', mainly good to fine mint. (39)
131 | £300
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. a collection of identified shades (not all guaranteed), a comprehensive range incl. pink and rose-pink groups, one with Drury certificate (2005), four punctured ''O S'', mainly good to fine mint. (25)
134 £65
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. maroon [IV/34] and 1d. carmine-red [IV/35] both showing substituted clich, used, the former centred low to right, the latter very well centred. A.C.S.C. 72R(2)ia, P(2)ja, cat. $180. Both with Drury certificate (2002) Photo.
135 £500
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. Plate 2 CA monogram mint lower marginal strip of four [III/55-58], misperforated with additional perf. comb in margin. Photo.
136 £75
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. brownish red JBC monogram single, mint, centred right, light gum bend, fine. A.C.S.C. 72(2)zc. Photo.
137 £2200
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. carmine-rose Plate 2 CA monogram substituted for JBC, unmounted mint corner marginal strip of six [IV/55-60] with watermark inverted, centred high to right, fine. A.C.S.C. 72Q(2)zd var. Photo.
138 £70
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. aniline rose-red, Plate 3 CA monogram lower marginal block of four [V/50-51, 56-57], unmounted mint, centred a little low to right, fine. Drury certificate (2002).
139 £90
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. brownish red Plate 3 CA monogram mint lower marginal block of ten [V/51-54, 56-60], centred low, otherwise mainly fine.
140 £70
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. Plate 3 CA monogram single, mint, good centring, fine. A.C.S.C. 72(3)za, cat. $175.
141 £150
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. deep scarlet Plate 4 JBC monogram state 2 unmounted mint corner marginal strip of three [VIII/58-60] incl. run ''N'' flaw (second state), centred low, fine. A.C.S.C. 72(4)zb. Photo.
142 £380
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. deep aniline red Plate 4 CA monogram, State 2, mint lower marginal block of twelve [VII/49-54, 55-60] incl. ''ferns'' and ''RA'' joined flaws, and with six (incl. the monogram single) unmounted, centred low, otherwise mainly fine. Photo.
143 £280
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. deep red Plate 4 JBC monogram state 2 mint lower marginal block of twelve [VIII/49-54, 55-60] incl. kangaroo's tongue out and run ''N'' (second state) flaws, centred low, slight creasing in lower margin, otherwise fine and unmounted except two in upper row. Photo.
144 £280
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. carmine (group) Plate 4 CA monogram state 2 mint right corner marginal strip of four [VII/57-60] incl. ''RA'' joined flaw, and showing watermark line only at top but not the ''no watermark'' variety, fine. R.P.S., Victoria certificate (2003).
145 £85
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. rosine horizontal pair, both Die II, lightly cancelled, slight separation, otherwise fine. A.C.S.C. 72(I)f, cat. $280. Drury certificate (2002). Photo.
146 | £500
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. deep aniline scarlet, watermark inverted, the lower five rows of the left pane [VII/31-60] from Plate 4 with flaws partially obscured by depth of colour but showing wattle line, nick near top of left frame and ''ferns'', margins three sides with CA monogram, some separation and odd blemish, otherwise fine and fresh with nineteen unmounted. A.C.S.C. 72Aa(4), vars.
147 £380
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. carmine mint block of four, the two stamps at right being Die II, well centred, fresh and fine. A.C.S.C. 72C(1)fa, cat. $1,100+. Photo.
148 £90
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. carmine used block of six (3 x 2), the four stamps at right being Die II, Sydney Registered ''22 JL 128'' c.d.s.'s, well centred, fresh and fine. A.C.S.C. 72C(1)f, fa
149 £160
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. pale rose-red, unmounted mint, centred low to right, fine. A.C.S.C. 72E, cat. $400. Drury certificate (2001) Photo.
152 £150
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. rosine punctured ''O S'', unmounted mint, centred high to right, fine. A.C.S.C. 72Ifb. Drury certificate (2001) Photo.
156 £420
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. rosine punctured ''O S'', a mint block of six [IV/28-30, 34-36] showing both substituted clichs, centred to right, some reinforcement but a rare multiple. A.C.S.C. 72J(2)bb, ia, ja. Photo.
158 £290
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. damson, unmounted mint, centred low, fine. A.C.S.C. 72K, cat. $600. Drury certificate (2000) Photo.
159 £180
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. damson, mint from the foot of the sheet with marginal line, centred just slightly to right, faint marks on gum, otherwise fine. A.C.S.C. 72K, cat. $400. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
160 £480
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. lilac-rose, unmounted mint, centred low to left, fine. A.C.S.C. 72KA, cat. $750. Drury certificate (2001). Photo.
161 £380
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. dull red, mint horizontal pair (reinforced) with watermark inverted, Dies I and II se-tenant, mint, well centred, fine. A.C.S.C. 72Ma(1)fa. Drury certificate (2004). Photo.
162 £480
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. brownish red showing Die II substituted clich [IV/34], reasonably centred, fine. A.C.S.C. 72N(2)ia. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
163 £75
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. red-brown, mint, centred to right, fine. A.C.S.C. 72O, cat. $250. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
164 £920
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. carmine-rose mint block of six (3 x 2) the pair at left Die I, the other four Die II, centred a little high, otherwise fine. A.C.S.C. 72Q(1)f, fa. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
165 £150
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. carmine-rose Die II mint, good centring slightly to right, fine. A.C.S.C. 72Q(1)f. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
167 £500
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. carmine-rose vertical pair [IV/35, 41] substituted clich and white dot on ''Y'' of ''PENNY'' se-tenant, mint, centred low to right, the lower stamp unmounted, fine. A.C.S.C. 72Q(2)ja, l, cat. $1,125+. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
168 £1100
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. maroon, wmk. inverted horizontal pair from the top of the sheet with Dies II and I se-tenant, unmounted mint, fine. A.C.S.C. 72R(1)fa q. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
169 £150
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. maroon Die II punctured ''O S'' mint, reasonably centred, fine. A.C.S.C. 72R(1)fb. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
170 £1250
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1916-18 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, 1d. orange-brown punctured ''O S'', used, compartment line at right, centred to left, corner crease, otherwise fine. A.C.S.C. 72S, cat. $400. Drury certificate (2004). Photo.
171 £180
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Cooke printings, 1d. carmine-pink, an unmounted mint example, centred slightly to right, fine. A.C.S.C. 73A, cat. $350. Drury certificate (2001). Photo.
172 £520
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Cooke printings, 1d. carmine-pink, corner marginal block of four from Plate 4 [VIII/49-50, 55-56] incl. kangaroo's tongue out flaw, hinged in margins and very lightly on [VIII/50] only, centred slightly to right, fine. A.C.S.C. 73A(4), q, cat. $1,350+. Photo.
173 | £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Cooke printings, 1d. carmine-pink, two mint shades, the deeper centred to left, the paler with good centring, fine. A.C.S.C. 73A, cat. $300.
174 £600
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Cooke printings, 1d. carmine-pink, an unmounted mint example, marginal with CA monogram, centred slightly low to right, fine and scarce. A.C.S.C. 73Aza. Photo.
175 £1250
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Cooke printings, 1d. rose-red, a mint example, centred slightly low to left, fine and scarce. A.C.S.C. 73B, cat. $2,000. R.P.S., Victoria certificate (2001). Photo.
176 £1600
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Cooke printings, 1d. rose-red, a mint example, centred slightly to left, fresh and fine. A.C.S.C. 73B, cat. $2,000. R.P.S., Victoria certificate (1995). Photo.
177 £1800
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Cooke printings, 1d. rose-red, a used example, centred to left, fine. A.C.S.C. 73B, cat. $950. Drury certificate (2002). Photo.
178 | £300
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Harrison printings, 1d. mint selection with shades, ''O S'' puncture, minor flaws and some multiples incl. emu's neck, damage to top of crown, retouch to King's head, block of six showing misaligned perf. comb, etc., odd crease, etc., otherwise mainly fine. (32)
180 | £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Harrison printings, 1d. Plate 3 mint corner marginal block of twelve, the lower two rows of the left pane [V/49-60], hinged on two and in margins only, mainly fine. A.C.S.C. 74(3), cat. $340+.
182 £65
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Harrison printings, 1d. Plate 4 corner marginal pair [VII/1-2] incl. ''secret mark'', hinged in margin only, centred high, fine. A.C.S.C. 74(4), d, cat. $165. Photo.
184 £80
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Harrison printings, 1d. Plate 4 mint marginal block of four [VII/25-26, 37-38] incl. ''NY'' joined, the pair at right unmounted (one with tiny stain), reasonably centred, slightly to right. A.C.S.C. 74(4), m, cat. $180+.
185 £680
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Harrison printings, 1d. deep carmine-rose, Plate 4 imprint block of eight [VII/53-54, 59-60, VII/49-50, 55-56] incl. ''ferns'' and ''RA'' joined flaws, hinged on three only, interpanneau fold, fine. A.C.S.C. 74B(4)z, cat. $700+. Photo.
186 £800
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Harrison printings, 1d. deep carmine-rose, variety watermark inverted, a mint block of four, centred low, slightly to right as normally found, fine and scarce. A.C.S.C. 74Ba, cat. $2,400+. Photo.
187 £230
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Harrison printings, 1d. deep carmine-rose, variety watermark inverted, mint, centred low, slightly to right as normally found, fine. A.C.S.C. 74Ba, cat. $600. Photo.
188 £920
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Harrison printings, 1d. carmine (aniline), Plate 3 imprint block of eight [V/53-54, 59-60, VI/49-50, 55-56], lightly hinged on one and with small patch of gum disturbance on another, interpanneau fold, fresh. A.C.S.C. 74D(3)z, cat. $835+. Photo.
189 | £380
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Harrison printings, 1d. pale carmine-rose, the lower two rows from both panes with imprint and incl. ''ferns'', ''RA'', spot in S.E. corner, kangaroo's tongue and run ''N'' flaws or retouches, interpanneau and other folds, hinged on two and in margins, odd trivial blemish but scarce. A.C.S.C. 74D(4), ia, j, p, q, ra, z.
190 £260
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Harrison printings, 1d. carmine (aniline), Plate 4 imprint block of four incl. ''ferns'' and ''RA'' joined flaws, interpanneau fold, unmounted but with a few minor wrinkles. A.C.S.C. 74D(4)z, cat. $700+. Photo.
191 £300
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark, Harrison printings, 1d. deep carmine (aniline) punctured ''O S'' , mint, fine and fresh with good centring. A.C.S.C. 74Eb, cat. $500. Drury certificate (2004). Photo.
193 £120
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918 Single Watermark, Die III on War Savings Paper 1d., upper left corner marginal pair [Pos. 1-2] showing notch in right frame and notch in left frame varieties respectively, slight reinforcement in margin only, centred a little low to left. A.C.S.C. 75d, e, cat. $450+. Photo.
194 £780
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918 Single Watermark, Die III on War Savings Paper 1d., lower left corner marginal mint block of ten [Pos. 101-05, 111-15] with JBC monogram, mainly fine with slight reinforcement and good centring. A.C.S.C. 75, z, cat. $1,850+. Photo.
195 £680
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918 Single Watermark, Die III on War Savings Paper 1d., lower right corner marginal mint block of eight [Pos. 107-10, 117-20] with CA monogram and white flaw in lower frame at right, centred high to right, the monogram strip unmounted. A.C.S.C. 75, zb, cat. $1,750+. Photo.
196 £420
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918 Single Watermark, Die III on War Savings Paper 1d., lower right corner marginal mint block of six [Pos. 108-10, 118-20] with CA monogram and white flaw in lower frame at right, centred high and with some reinforcement but scarce. A.C.S.C. 75, zb, cat. $1,650+. Photo.
197 £400
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918 Single Watermark, Die III on War Savings Paper 1d. brownish red, a fine mint example with good centring. A.C.S.C. 75D cat. $300. Drury certificate (2004) Photo.
198 £190
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918 Single Watermark, Die III on War Savings Paper 1d. mint block of six [Pos. 3-4, 13-14, 23-24] incl. white flaw below King's ear lobe, centred low, slightly to left, fine with centre pair unmounted. A.C.S.C. 75, f, cat. $575+. Photo.
199 £550
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918 Single Watermark, Die III on War Savings Paper 1d. mint block of four [Pos. 39-40, 49-50] incl. third state of retouch to ''US'', slight reinforcement, well centred. A.C.S.C. 75, mb, cat. $1,400+. Photo.
201 | £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918 Single Watermark, Die III on War Savings Paper 1d., three varieties: white scratch below stem [Pos. 48], white flaw on ''S'' [Pos. 56] with slightly rounded corner, and diagonal break in N.W. corner [Pos. 68], mint, mixed centring. A.C.S.C. 75n, o, q, cat. $450.
205 | £60
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 1d. violet, mint selection with shades in pairs, varieties incl. [VI/21] dot before right ''1'', [VII/1] ''secret mark'', [VII/54] ''ferns'' and [VII/60] ''RA'' joined in pair and block, mainly good to fine. (29)
206 | £50
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 1d. violet, three shades in mint blocks of four [VII/31-2, 37-38], the first (punctured ''O S'') with wattle line and flaw under neck, the second with wattle line retouched, the third with both flaws retouched, mainly fine with mixed centring.
207 | £50
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 1d. violet, the lower four rows of the left pane [VII/37-60] from Plate 4 with margins three sides and part Harrison imprint, incl. [VII/37] flaw under neck, [VII/54] ''ferns'' and [VII/60] ''RA'' joined, some separation, mainly at right, otherwise mainly fine and unmounted except [VII/37]. A.C.S.C. 76(4), h-j.
208 £280
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 1d. dull violet, Plate 4 Harrison imprint block of eight incl. varieties [VII/54] ''ferns'' and [VII/60] ''RA'' joined, interpanneau fold, fine, the lower strip unmounted. A.C.S.C. 76F(4)z, cat. $374+.
209 £450
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 1d. blue-violet, Plate 3 Harrison imprint block of four, interpanneau fold, fine. A.C.S.C. 76E(3)z, cat. $350. Photo.
210 | £290
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 1d. green, mint selection with shades, wmk. inverted, imprint multiples with Plate 3 Harrison (''N'' over ''M'') strip of four and Mullett block of eight, Plate 4 Harrison (''N'' over ''MP'') block of four and pair, (''N'' over ''M'') pair and Mullett blocks of four and eight, flaws incl. [VI/21] dot before right ''1'' in block, [VII/1] ''secret mark'' (2, one in a pair), [VII/37] flaw under neck in pairs (2, one vertical with adjoining wattle line) and block of four (with wattle line retouch adjoining), mainly good to fine. (72)
211 £140
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 1d. green mint block of four showing dramatic pre-printing paper fold error, fine with good centring, the lower pair unmounted. Photo.
212 £320
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 1d. green punctured ''O S'', strip of four, upper right corner marginal from the right pane, dramatically misperforated by additional comb at a diagonal angle. Spectacular. S.G. O79 var. Photo.
213 | £120
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1924 Large Multiple Watermark 1d. green, mint selection with shades and varieties incl. [VI/21] dot before right ''1'' (in a block of four), [VII/1] ''secret mark'' (3, one in a corner block of twenty-four), [VII/37] flaw under neck (2, in blocks of four, one with corrected wattle line), [VII/60] ''RA'' joined (in corner pair), Plate 4 Harrison imprint block of four, mostly fine. (52)
214 | £180
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1924 No Watermark 1d. green, mint selection with shades, ''O S'' puncture block of four, Plate 4 Harrison imprint block of eight, and varieties incl. [VI/21] dot before right ''1'' (in pair), [VII/1] ''secret mark'' (in corner block), [VII/37] flaw under neck (in marginal pair and block, [VII/54] ''ferns'', [VII/60] ''RA'' joined (2, one in pair), the latter with wattle line retouch adjoining), mostly fine. (28)
215 | £190
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 14, 1d. green, mint selection incl. imprint multiples with Ash ''RA'' retouched block of four (2) and strip of four, the latter before re-entry of roo's tongue out, Mullett ''RA'' joined block of four, ''RA'' retouched pair and block of four, varieties with [VI/21] dot before right ''1'' (2), [VII/1] ''secret mark'' (2, one in a marginal block), [VII/37] flaw under neck (2, in pair and marginal block of six, the latter also showing wattle line) and blocks of four (3) showing three stages of retouch/re-entry to this flaw, etc., mostly fine. (54)
216 | £230
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2, 1d. green, mint selection incl. shades, wmk. inverted pair, Ash serifed imprint pair and blocks of four and twelve (four Die II, light overall gum toning), sans-serif imprint block of four (2), ''O S'' puncture pair (one Die II) and marginal block of six, range of flaws incl. [VI/21] dot before right ''1'' and re-entry, both in blocks, [VII/31] wattle line, with state II in block, [VII/54] ''ferns'' with [VII/60] ''RA'' retouched in block, etc., mostly good to fine. (77)
217 | £190
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2, 1d. green, the upper five rows of pane II with margins three sides, ten stamps being Die II, a little light toning, hinged in margins only, the centring slightly high, otherwise fine.
219 £150
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2, 1d. green punctured ''O S'', an upper marginal mint block of six (2 x 3) all Die II, slight reinforcement of upper pair, others fine unmounted. S.G. O98a, cat. 570+. Photo.
221 | £95
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Penny Value: 1931-36 Multiple Crown and C of A watermark 1d. green, mint selection with Ash imprint pair, blocks of four and eight (2), flaws incl. Plate 1 block of eighteen (3 x 6) the centre row showing dents in bottom frame, Plate 4 block of six with [VII/31] fifth state and [VII/37] second re-entry, ''O S'' overprint block of four and Ash imprint block of eight, mostly fine. (58)
222 | £100
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 11/2d. black-brown, mint selection comprising block of four, singles (2, one punctured ''O S'', the other wmk. inverted), and Harrison Electro 3 imprint block of eight, the last with slight reinforcement, otherwise mainly fine. (14) S.G. 58, A.C.S.C. 83.
223 | £150
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 11/2d. black-brown, Harrison imprint block of eight [L53-60, R49-56], interpanneau bends, hinged on [L53] and [R50] only, mainly fine. A.C.S.C. 83z, cat. $400+.
224 | £140
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark 11/2d. black-brown, mint selection, comprising Harrison imprint blocks of four (perf. and imperf. through margin), imprint pair (perf. through margin), and Electro 2 ''TA'' joined [L27] variety in pair, mostly fine. (12) S.G. 51, A.C.S.C. 84.
225 £200
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark 11/2d. black-brown, Harrison imprint block of four (perf. through margin) with watermark inverted, the lower stamps unmounted, fine unfolded. A.C.S.C. 84az. Photo.
227 £420
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark 11/2d. black-brown on thin paper, Harrison imprint block of eight [L53-60, R49-56], interpanneau fold and with diagonal crease in lower margin just affecting corner of [L59] A.C.S.C. 84aaz, cat. $730+. Photo.
228 | £300
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 11/2d. brown, selection of mint shades in blocks of four (3, one purple-brown wmk. inverted, another deep red-brown corner marginal), chocolate in booklet pane of six, and Harrison imprint block of eight (interpanneau creasing), mainly fine with most unmounted. (26) S.G. 59, A.C.S.C. 85.
229 | £140
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-20 Large Multiple Watermark 11/2d. brown, mint selection of shades, incl. singles (one with [3L26] ''HAI.PENCE'', two chocolate punctured ''O S''), a block of four, Harrison imprint strip of five (incl. [L59] broken crown) and imprint block of four, mainly fine. (19) S.G. 52, A.C.S.C. 86.
230 | £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-20 Single Watermark 11/2d. bright red-brown, Harrison imprint strip of four incl. [L59] blocked ''A'' in ''HALF'' and [L60] thickened ''H'' in ''THREE'', some reinforcement, and a mint single. (5) S.G. 60, A.C.S.C. 87.
231 £250
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-20 Single Watermark 11/2d. bright red-brown, a corner marginal block of sixteen from Electro 12 right pane [R3-6, 9-12, 15-18, 21-24] incl. [R5] scratch through N.E. corner, [R6] scratch through kangaroo and [R22] early state cracked electro, hinged in margin only, centred slightly high, fresh and fine. A.C.S.C. 87(12), i, j, l
232 | £380
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 11/2d. green, mainly mint selection with shades, blocks of four, ''O S'' puncture, booklet pane of six, and a range of flaws incl. [11R8] ''O'' of ''POSTAGE'' (used), [15R40] moustache flaw in marginal block of eight, [17R26] cracked electro (used), mostly fine. (34)
233 £200
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 11/2d. green, Electro 12 cracked electro [R22] two used examples showing different states, one centred low, the other slightly to right. A.C.S.C. 88(12)l, cat. $550. Photo.
234 | £300
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 11/2d. green, Electro 14, the complete left pane with margins three sides and showing flaws [L3], [L4]. [L6], [L8], [L21] and [L35] , c.t.o. G.P.O. Melbourne ''2 MR 23'' ex archive sale, mainly fine with usual mixed centring. A.C.S.C. 88(14), d-i.
235 £150
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 11/2d. green, Electro 17 cracked electro [R26], very lightly hinged, overall gum toning but with good centring, slightly high. A.C.S.C. 88(17)m, cat. $350. Photo.
236 £140
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 11/2d. green, Electro 17 cracked electro [R26], used, fine good centring, slightly high. A.C.S.C. 88(17)m, cat. $275. Photo.
237 £190
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 11/2d. yellow-green punctured ''O S'' Harrison imprint block of four, interpanneau crease, the lower pair unmounted, fine. A.C.S.C. 88Cbaz. Photo.
238 £380
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 11/2d. green, deep shade, Harrison imprint block of eight (imperf. through margin) [L53-60, R49-56], interpanneau fold, fine unmounted. A.C.S.C. 88z, cat. $650+. Photo.
239 £280
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 11/2d. green, Harrison imprint block of eight (perf. through margin) [L53-60, R49-56], interpanneau bend, the lower strip unmounted, fine. A.C.S.C. 88z, cat. $500+. Photo.
240 £260
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 11/2d. green, Harrison imprint block of eight (perf. through margin) [L53-60, R49-56], interpanneau crease and slight reinforcement, otherwise fine. A.C.S.C. 88z, cat. $500+. Photo.
241 £200
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 11/2d. green, pale shade, Harrison imprint block of eight (imperf. through margin) [L53-60, R49-56], interpanneau bend, the lower strip unmounted, fine. A.C.S.C. 88z, cat. $500+. Photo.
245 | £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 11/2d. scarlet, mint selection with shades, wmk. inverted, varieties incl. [22L22] ''HALEPENCE'', [22L28] thin ''RAL'' (2, one in pair), and both flaws in a marginal block of nine, [24R41] curved ''1'' in pair, [23R58] no top to crown in marginal pair, etc., fair to fine. (28)
246 £190
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 11/2d. scarlet, Electro 15 moustache flaw with cracked electro [R40], lightly cancelled, centred slightly to left, fine. A.C.S.C. 89(15)ia, cat. $375. Photo.
247 £200
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 11/2d. scarlet, Electro 15 substituted clich (deformed right frame) [R40], used, fine with good centring. A.C.S.C. 89(15)ib, cat. $375. Photo.
248 £50
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 11/2d. scarlet, Electro 23 cracked electro [R44], used, trivial tone at right, otherwise fine with good centring. A.C.S.C. 89(23)q, cat. $150. Photo.
249 £160
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 11/2d. scarlet, Electro 23 cracked electro [R44], examples mint, used (slight staining) and punctured ''O S'' mint, mixed centring. A.C.S.C. 89, ba, (3)q. Photo.
250 | £50
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 11/2d. scarlet, variety watermark inverted, a block of four, slight bends, otherwise fine mint with good centring and one unmounted (another virtually so). S.G. 77w, cat. 140+, A.C.S.C. 89a, cat. $225+.
253 £190
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 11/2d. scarlet, variety printed on gummed side, punctured ''O S'' and with wmk. inverted, a vertical pair, marginal from the foot of the sheet, usual perf. irregularities incl. missing pins. S.G. O80wa, cat. 500, A.C.S.C. 89c, cat. $600. Photo.
254 £95
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 11/2d. scarlet, variety printed on gummed side, punctured ''O S'' and with wmk. inverted, good centring. S.G. O80wa, cat. 250, A.C.S.C. 89c, cat. $300. Photo.
255 £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 11/2d. scarlet, variety printed on gummed side, punctured ''O S'' and with wmk. inverted, usual perf. irregularities incl. missing pins. S.G. O80wa, cat. 250, A.C.S.C. 89c, cat. $300. Photo.
257 | £130
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1924 No Watermark 11/2d. scarlet, mint selection comprising three singles (one punctured ''O S''), Harrison imprint (with stop) block of four and imprint block of eight (without stop), both with some creasing and reinforcement, the latter with [R49] flaw on King's neck. (15)
258 | £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, mint selection with shades and some flaws, Perf. 14 marginal and corner blocks, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2 Mullett and Ash (2) imprint blocks of eight, etc., mostly good to fine. (57)
259 | £240
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 14, 11/2d. scarlet, Ash imprint block of thirty-six [L28-60, R25-57] from Plate 4 incl. all three type B re-entries [L47], [L53] and [R27] as well as [R55] ''ST'' joined, some reinforcement in margin, odd bend, otherwise mainly fine. A.C.S.C. 91(4), ea, g, i, k.
260 | £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The One and a Halfpenny Value: 11/2d. brown, 1926-30 Perf. 131/2 x 121/2 mint selection with Ash Plate 3 imprint blocks of four (2), coil strip of five, 1931-36 Multiple Crown and C of A watermark corner block of six and Ash imprint block of four, etc., mainly fine. (62)
261 | £500
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark Die I 2d. orange, a selection of mint shades incl. two blocks of four (one marginal with part imprint) and a range of mainly used cracked electros, chiefly good to fine. (31)
263 £580
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark Die I 2d. orange Harrison imprint block of eight, interpanneau bend, six stamps unmounted, centred a little low, otherwise fine. A.C.S.C. 95z, cat. $1,320+. Photo.
264 £300
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark Die I 2d. bright orange Harrison imprint block of four, interpanneau crease, one or two faint gum stains. A.C.S.C. 95z, cat. $1,200. Photo.
265 £220
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark Die I 2d. dull orange mint horzontal pair, marginal from the right of the sheet, the right stamp with marginal lines of watermark only, a few shortish perfs., slight reinforcement and the normal with corner bends, scarce. Cat. $600+. Photo.
266 | £230
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark Die I 2d. orange punctured ''O S'', a mint selection of shades incl. two pairs and a marginal block of four, also a horizontal strip of three with dramatic vertical perforation shift, wmk. inverted and retouched N.E. corner singles and a marginal block of eight and corner block of six (slightly toned) together reproducing Harrison imprint, fair to fine. (33)
267 £65
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark Die I 2d. brown-orange punctured ''O S'', variety wmk. inverted mint, centred a little low but a fine example also showing watermark marginal line. S.G. O71w, cat. 200.
268 | £320
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark Die I 2d. scarlet, a mint selection of shades incl. a block of six and some flaws, Harrison imprint pair, seven punctured ''O S'' (one dramatically misperforated), some light toning, otherwise mainly fine. (28)
269 £1650
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark Die I 2d. (in a rose-scarlet shade), Harrison imprint block of twelve [L52-60, R49-57], seven unmounted, interpanneau bend, fresh. A.C.S.C. 96z, cat. $1,148+. Photo.
270 | £290
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1924 Single Watermark Die I 2d. red-brown, a mint selection of shades etc. incl. one exceptionally deep (overinked), two blocks of four, dry print strip of three, flaws incl. corner pair with Electro 16 missing frame and retouched S.W. corner (state II) [L55-56], Harrison imprint pair, ''O S'' punctures (7), etc., mostly good to fine. (31)
271 | £140
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1924 Single Watermark Die I 2d. red-brown Harrison imprint strip of seven with lower row of right pane incl. Electro 16 flaws lower frame missing [R58, 59] and white flaws [R60], some bends and reinforcement. A.C.S.C. 97(16)z, n-p.
272 £85
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1924 Single Watermark Die I 2d. red-brown Harrison imprint block of eight, vertical interpanneau fold, the lower strip unmounted, mainly fine. A.C.S.C. 97z, cat. $226+.
273 | £75
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1924 Single Watermark Die I 2d., two Harrison imprint blocks of four in contrasting red-brown shades, interpanneau bends, one a trifle gum toned. A.C.S.C. 97z, cat. $300.
274 | £75
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2, Die II 2d. red-brown, mint selection comprising two marginal blocks of four (one part imprint), corner block of six, Ash imprint pair, and ''O S'' punctured singles (2), mostly fine. (18)
275 | £60
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2, Die II 2d. red-brown, Ash imprint blocks of four and six from Plate 1 (''N'' over ''N'') in contrasting shades, both with doubled left frame [R49], mint, mainly fine. A.C.S.C. 99(1)z, cat. $260+.
277 | £230
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2, 2d. golden scarlet, mint selection comprising Die II marginal block of four and corner block of six, Ash imprint block of four and pair, Die III block of four, coil strips of five and six, Ash imprint blocks of four (2), booklet pane of six, wmk. inverted single, mainly good to fine. (46)
278 £480
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2, Die III 2d. golden scarlet, the no watermark variety, good centring slightly to right, mint, fine and fresh. S.G. 99ab, cat. 900, A.C.S.C. 102a, cat. $1,200. Photo.
279 | £50
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2, Die III 2d. golden scarlet overprinted ''O S'', mint marginal block of six (3 x 2), Ash imprint blocks of six and eight, mostly fine. S.G. O125, A.C.S.C. 102, z.
280 | £50
Australia: King George V Heads: The Two Penny Value: 1931-36 Multiple Crown and C of A Watermark 2d. golden scarlet, selection comprising three Ash imprint blocks of four, ''G/NSW'' puncture imprint block of eight, and two singles (one wmk. inverted, the other overprinted ''O S''), mostly fine. (22)
282 £3800
Australia: King George V Heads: The Three Penny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 3d. Die I violet-blue horizontal pair from the lower left corner of the sheet, the rare variety imperforate three sides, mint, fine. S.G. 79a, cat. 6,500. A.C.S.C. 104b, cat. $6,000. R.P.S. of Victoria certificate (2002). Photo.
283 £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The Three Penny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 3d. Die I bright violet-blue dry ink, a block of four, well centred, just slightly to left, fine. A.C.S.C. 104c, cat. $240+. Drury certificate (2004). Photo.
284 £320
Australia: King George V Heads: The Three Penny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 3d. Die I Harrison Plate 1 imprint block of four , a deep shade without [R49] thickened frame, interpanneau folds, fine. Photo.
285 | £140
Australia: King George V Heads: The Three Penny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 3d. Die I Harrison Plate 2 imprint block of eight [L53-60, R49-56] incl. thickened right frame [R49], interpanneau crease, fine and fresh with the lower strip unmounted.
286 | £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The Three Penny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 3d. Die Ia Mullett Plate 4 imprint block of eight [L53-60, R49-56], some adhesions in lower margin. A.C.S.C. 105za, cat. $400+.
287 | £150
Australia: King George V Heads: The Three Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 14, 3d. selection of shades and some flaws incl. one doctor blade, Mullett Plate 4 imprint block of four, one or two items a trifle gum toned, otherwise mainly fine. (12)
288 £280
Australia: King George V Heads: The Three Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 14, 3d. Mullett Plate 3 imprint block of eight [L53-60, R49-56], interpanneau bend, lightly hinged on outer stamps only, fine. A.C.S.C. 106z, cat. $580+. Photo.
289 £280
Australia: King George V Heads: The Three Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 14, 3d. punctured ''O S'' Mullett Plate 3 imprint block of eight [L53-60, R49-56] with wmk. inverted, interpanneau bends, the lower strip unmounted, fine.
295 | £190
Australia: King George V Heads: The Three Penny Value: 1931-36 Multiple Crown C of A Watermark 3d. selection comprising lower left corner block of eight (2 x 4) and lower right corner block of six (2 x 3), both unmounted, Ash Plate 7 imprint block of four (incl. [R55] flaw), and ''O S'' overprint Plate 8 imprint block, some light gum toning, otherwise mainly fine. (22)
297 | £380
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. orange, a mint selection with shades incl. yellow-orange (2), deep orange corner block of four, flaws incl. [1R60] crack behind emu's leg, [2L12] thin ''FOU'', [2L18] weeping ''4'' (2), [2R17] ''horned'' emu in block of four, [2R29] white scratch behind emu, [2R30] ''PE'' joined, ''O S'' punctures (4, one with splintered S.W. corner [1L58]), etc., mostly fine. (34)
298 | £450
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. orange, a selection of shades incl. orange, yellow-orange and dull orange, each in a mint block of four, odd imperfection but mostly fine and fresh. (8 blocks).
299 | £380
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d., Plate 1, the lower five rows of the left pane, margins three sides and part Harrison imprint, incl. flaws [L56, 57, 58] lower left frame worn, ''tongue out'', and splintered S.W. corner, unmounted mint, some bends, centred a little low, otherwise mainly fine. A.C.S.C. 110(1)g-i.
300 £300
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. orange, Plate 2, corner marginal vertical pair, one with line through ''FOUR PENCE'' [R12], centred just a little low, fine and hinged in margin only. A.C.S.C. 110A(2), h. Photo.
301 £230
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. orange, Plate 2, CA monogram corner marginal pair [R59-60] mint, centred to right and trivial bend in margin, fine. A.C.S.C. 110A(2)zb. Photo.
302 £480
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. yellow-orange, Plate 2, corner marginal block of twelve [R3-6, 9-12, 15-18] incl. line through ''FOUR PENCE'' [R12], hinged on [R18] only, mainly fine with good centring. A.C.S.C. 110B(2), h. Photo.
304 £230
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. buff-orange, Plate 2, corner marginal vertical pair, one with line through ''FOUR PENCE'' [R12], centred slightly to right, fine and hinged in margin only. A.C.S.C. 110F(2), h. Photo.
305 £260
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. buff-orange, Plate 2, CA monogram corner marginal strip of three [R58-60] mint, one or two bends, centred slightly low, otherwise fine. A.C.S.C. 110F(2)zb. Photo.
306 £250
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. bright orange, Plate 2, wmk. inverted and showing line through ''FOUR PENCE'' [R12], marginal at right, centred just a little low, fine and very lightly hinged only. A.C.S.C. 110G(2)ah. Photo.
307 £190
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. bright orange, Plate 2, block of four [R5-6, 11-12], one with line through ''FOUR PENCE'' [R12], centred low to right, fine. A.C.S.C. 110G(2), h. Photo.
309 £350
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. dull orange, Plate 2, CA monogram marginal block of four [R53-54, 59-60] centred to right, hinged on upper pair only, fine. A.C.S.C. 110I(2)zb. Photo.
310 | £75
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d., Plate 2, upper right corner marginal block of six [R5-6, 11-12, 17-18] incl. [R17] ''horned'' emu, good centring, hinged in margin only, fine. A.C.S.C. 110(2), j.
311 | £75
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d., Plate 2, marginal block of six [L44-45, 50-51, 56-57] incl. [L45] scratch in front of King's face, a few trivial bends, otherwise fine unmounted. A.C.S.C. 110(2), g.
312 | £60
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d., Plate 2, mint block of four [R23-24, 29-30] incl. [R29] white scratch behind emu, trivial mark on gum, centred low to right. A.C.S.C. 110(2), l.
313 | £400
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. wmk. inverted, Plate 2, JBC monogram corner marginal block of 24 [L37-60], c.t.o. Melbourne ''JA 21/15'', fine.
315 £500
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. yellow-orange, Plate 1, CA monogram corner marginal block of six [R47-48, 53-54, 59-60], hinged on upper pair only, fine. Photo.
316 £90
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. pale orange-yellow, variety wmk. inverted, mint with good centring. A.C.S.C. 110Ca, unpriced. Drury certificate (2004). Photo.
317 £420
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. lemon-yellow, a mint block of four, centred low, otherwise mainly fine with the lower pair unmounted, fine. A.C.S.C. 110D. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
318 £150
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. lemon-yellow, a mint block of four, centred low, one with faint tone on gum, otherwise mainly fine. A.C.S.C. 110D. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
319 £70
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. lemon-yellow, mint, centred low, odd blemish on gum, otherwise fine. A.C.S.C. 110D. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
322 £50
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. lemon-yellow, mint, centred a little high, fine. A.C.S.C. 110D. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
323 £50
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. lemon-yellow, mint, centred to left, fine. A.C.S.C. 110D. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
324 £300
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. lemon-yellow, Plate 1 JBC monogram single, mint, well centred for these, fine. A.C.S.C. 110D(1)za. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
325 £1000
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. lemon-yellow, Plate 1 CA monogram corner marginal block of four, mint, centred low, hinged on upper pair only, fine. A.C.S.C. 110D(1)zb. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
326 £350
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. lemon-yellow, Plate 1 CA monogram lower marginal pair [R59-60], mint, centred to left, lightly hinged, fine. A.C.S.C. 110D(1)zb. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
327 £250
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. lemon-yellow, Plate 1 CA monogram single, mint, centred slightly low to right, trivial bend mainly in margin. A.C.S.C. 110D(1)zc. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
328 £270
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. lemon-yellow, Plate 2 JBC monogram single, mint, centred high to left. A.C.S.C. 110D(2)za. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
329 £200
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. lemon-yellow, Plate 2 JBC monogram single, mint, upper left corner perf. slightly pulled, centred low to right. A.C.S.C. 110D(2)za. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
330 £150
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. lemon-yellow, Plate 2 CA monogram single, mint, one pulled perf. at top, centred low to right. A.C.S.C. 110D(2)zc. Drury certificate (2005). Photo.
333 £380
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. buff-orange, Plate 1, JBC monogram lower left corner marginal strip of four [L55-58] incl. flaws [L56] lower left frame worn, [L57] ''tongue out'' and [L58] splintered S.W. corner, lightly hinged on [L58] and in margin only. A.C.S.C. 110F(1)z, h, i, cat. $945+. Photo.
334 £580
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. buff-orange, Plate 1, JBC monogram unmounted mint lower marginal block of six [L49-51, 55-57] incl. flaws [L56] lower left frame worn and [L57] ''tongue out'' (small stain), mainly fine. A.C.S.C. 110F(1)z, h. Photo.
335 £160
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. bright orange, Plate 1, CA monogram marginal pair [R58-59], mint, fine. Photo.
336 £1050
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. buff-orange, Plate 1, Harrison imprint pair, mint, fine and scarce. Photo.
337 £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. bright orange, wmk. inverted, well centred horizontal strip of three with two unmounted, fresh. A.C.S.C. 110Ga, cat. $320.
338 £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark 4d. dull orange, Plate 1, JBC monogram unmounted mint single, slightest of bends, otherwise fine. A.C.S.C. 110I(1)za, cat. $350+. Photo.
339 £3200
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 4d. 1920 colour trial in chocolate on ungummed, unwatermarked paper, perf. 14, lettered ''a'' on reverse, fine and scarce. A.C.S.C. 111PP(1)D. Photo.
342 £1250
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 4d. violet, Plate 1, Harrison imprint block of eight [L53-60, R49-56], centred to right, light interpanneau bends, mainly fine with the lower strip unmounted. A.C.S.C. 111(1)z, cat. $2,500+. Photo.
343 | £500
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 4d. violet, Plate 2, the upper five rows of the right pane [R1-30] with margins three sides, incl. [R12] ''FOUR PENCE'' thinner letters retouch, [R13] thickened lower left frame, [R17] ''horned'' emu, [R19] substuted clich, [R29] white scratch behind emu and [R30] ''PE'' joined, some minor reinforcement, otherwise mainly fine with most unmounted. A marvellous positional multiple. A.C.S.C. 111(2), ha-m.
344 £200
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 4d. violet, Plate 2, a corner marginal mint block of four [R5-6, 11-12] with rough perforations incl. [R12] ''FOUR PENCE'' thinner letters, centred to right, some reinforcement, fresh and fine. S.G. 64, b, A.C.S.C. 111(2), ha, cat. $575+. Photo.
345 £8000
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 4d. violet, Plate 2, the rare variety line through ''FOUR PENCE'', marginal mint, centred low to right, reinforced betweeen stamp and margin. S.G. 64a, cat. 12,000. A.C.S.C. 111(2)h, cat. $8,000. Ceremuga certificate (2003). Only five mint examples have been recorded. Photo.
346 | £450
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 4d. ultramarine, a mint range of shades, etc. incl. three blocks of four (3 marginal, one [L53-60] corner marginal with part Harrison imprint), some flaws incl. left frame broken at top, ''PE'' joined, wmk. inverted, etc., mostly fine. (26)
347 £300
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 4d. ultramarine, Cooke Plate 2, the unique [R5-6, 11-12] upper marginal block of four (margin slightly reinforced) incl. the ''FOUR PENCE'' in thinner letters [R12] variety, cancelled to order with central Brisbane c.d.s., from the single sheet (less eight stamps) sent from Melbourne in 1929, some being later presented to Officials and a few released by sale from archive. S.G. 65, a var. Photo.
348 £820
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 4d. dull ultramarine, Cooke Plate 2, upper marginal block of nine [R4-18] incl. [R12] ''FOUR PENCE'' thinner letters, centred low to right, natural paper wrinkle, mainly fine and hinged in margin only. A.C.S.C. 112(2), ha, cat. $1,380+. Photo.
349 £1050
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 4d. pale ultramarine, Cooke Plate 2, [L45] showing cracked electro state II, scratch in front of King's face, mint, fine and rare. A.C.S.C. 112(2)ga, cat. $1,500. Photo.
356 | £120
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 4d. olive-yellow, Plate 3, (Mullett) no imprint block of eight [L53-60, R49-52], interpanneau bend, hinged in margin and on [L53] and [R50] only, fine. A.C.S.C. 114(3)za, cat. $225+.
357 | £90
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 4d. olive-yellow, Plate 4, (Mullett) no imprint block of eight [L53-60, R49-52] incl. [R55] diagonal white line on King's neck, interpanneau bend, hinged in margin and on [L54] only, fine. A.C.S.C. 114(4)za, cat. $275+.
359 £550
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 4d. olive-green, Plate 3, punctured ''O S'', corner marginal mint block of six [R52-54, 58-60] incl. [R53] coloured flaw on kangaroo's head and ''A'' of ''AUSTRALIA'', centred slightly to left, mainly fine with five unmounted. S.G. O83, cat. 252+., A.C.S.C. 114ba, cat. $560+.
360 | £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four Penny Value: 1924 Single Watermark 4d. olive-green, Plate 3, punctured ''O S'', mint block of four, interpanneau margin at left, centred slightly to left, mainly fine with three unmounted. S.G. O83, cat. 168+., A.C.S.C. 114ba, cat. $360+.
366 | £85
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four and a Halfpenny Value: 1924 Single Watermark, Die I 41/2d. violet, Mullet imprint block of four incl. deformed frame with white flaw (second state) [R55], light overall gum toning, interpanneau bend. A.C.S.C. 118zc, cat. $275.
368 | £90
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four and a Halfpenny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 14, Die I 41/2d. violet, Ash imprint block of four incl. deformed left bottom frame (first state) [R55], interpanneau bend, the stamps unmounted. A.C.S.C. 119z, cat. $250+.
369 | £60
Australia: King George V Heads: The Four and a Halfpenny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2, Die I 41/2d. violet, lower marginal block of four (centred right), one with small mark on gum, lower pair fine unmounted, and a single (centred left) with flaw in N.W. corner. (5)
373 | £580
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Line Perf. 5d. CA monogram (under [L56] showing damaged N.W. corner, state II) lower right corner block of twelve (3 x 4) and JBC monogram lower right corner block of eight (2 x 4) with [R59] retouched N.E. corner and [R60] flawed ''P'' of ''PENCE'', both c.t.o. Melbourne ''MR 2/15'', mainly fine. A.C.S.C. 122A za, zf.
374 £550
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Line Perf. 5d. watermark inverted and showing damaged N.E. corner, mint, fine. A.C.S.C. 122A a j. Drury certificate (2004) Photo.
375 £75
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Line Perf. 5d. CA monogram pair [L56 (damaged N.W. corner state II)-57], mint, fine. Photo.
376 £520
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Line Perf. 5d. JBC monogram corner block of four with retouched NE corner [R59] and flawed ''P'' [R60], some reinforcement. A.C.S.C. 122zf, cat. $600+. Photo.
377 £150
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Line Perf. 5d. JBC monogram corner pair with retouched NE corner state II [R59] and flawed ''P'' [R60], some bends and reinforcement. A.C.S.C. 122zg, cat. $600. Photo.
378 | £190
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf. 5d., a selection of shades etc. incl. marginal pair with one partial dry print, orange-brown marginal single with pre-printing paper wrinkle, white flaw behind kangaroo's neck and damaged S.W. corner flaws, three singles punctured ''O S'', comb perf. marginal block of four, wmk. inverted single (minor tone spot), mint, mostly good to fine. (15)
379 £850
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf. 5d. watermark inverted in a mint block of four, fine and well centred. S.G. 23aw, cat. 1,100. Photo.
380 £580
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf. 5d. variety watermark inverted in a CA monogram pair [L56-57] mint, one with slight bend and toned perf. but scarce. A.C.S.C. 123a za.
381 £150
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf. 5d. corner block of six (3 x 2) from the left pane with part Harrison imprint and damaged N.E. corner (state II), mainly fine, the lower strip unmounted. A.C.S.C. 123ja
382 £480
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf. 5d. two shades in matching JBC monogram corner pairs, both with retouched NE corner state III [R59] and flawed ''P'' [R60], one with lightly toned strip of gum, the other with stamps unmounted (one trivial bend). A.C.S.C. 123zb, cat. $1,500. Photo.
383 £2100
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf. 5d. Harrison imprint block of eight incl. damaged N.E. corner (state II), mint, slight creasing and separation, rare. A.C.S.C. 123zd, ja, cat. $3,700+. Photo.
384 £400
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1914-20 Single Watermark, Smooth Paper, Comb Perf. 5d. Harrison imprint pair, one with small bend, pinhole in lower margin. A.C.S.C. 123zd, cat. $3,500 (as block of four). Photo.
385 £1350
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1916-20 Single Watermark, Rough Paper, Line Perf. 5d. bright chestnut punctured ''O S'', mint, centred high, fine and rare. S.G. O60, cat. 1,500. A.C.S.C. 124, cat. $2,000. Drury certificate (2005) Photo.
386 | £110
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2, Die II 5d. shades, two singles and two Ash imprint blocks of four (interpanneau bends), mainly fine. (10)
387 | £95
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2, Die II 5d. orange-brown, mint single, marginal block of four and Ash imprint block of four (interpanneau bend), the lower pairs unmounted, mainly fine. (10)
389 | £90
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1931-36 Multiple Crown C of A Watermark, Die II 5d. shades, a single, marginal block of four (unmounted), punctured ''W/A'' block of six (five unmounted) and Ash imprint pair, mainly fine. (13)
390 | £100
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1931-36 Multiple Crown C of A Watermark, Die II 5d. shades, three Ash imprint blocks of four and an imprint pair, one block with ''W/A'' punctures, mainly fine.
392 £80
Australia: King George V Heads: The Five Penny Value: 1931-36 Multiple Crown C of A Watermark, Die II 5d. overprinted ''O S'', Ash imprint block of four, interpanneau bend, fine. A.C.S.C. 127(OS)z, cat. $300.
394 £140
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Shilling and Four Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 1s.4d. pale blue, a fine mint block of four, centred just a little high, otherwise well centred and attractive. S.G. O66, cat. 220+.
397 £260
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Shilling and Four Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 1s.4d. pale blue punctured ''O S'', mint, an upper right corner marginal block of four, hinged only and with additional ''O S'' punctures in upper margin, centred just a little high, very light overall gum toning, attractive. A.C.S.C. 128ba, cat. $500+. Photo.
398 £150
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Shilling and Four Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 1s.4d. greenish blue, a lightly hinged block of four, the lower right stamp showing thick ''1'' at right, fresh with good centring. A.C.S.C. 128B m, cat. $455+. Photo.
400 £250
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Shilling and Four Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 1s.4d. greyish blue, Mullet imprint pair, stamps unmounted, vertical bend in interpanneau margin, fine. A.C.S.C. 128za, cat. $1,500 (for block of four). Photo.
401 £820
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Shilling and Four Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 1s.4d. very deep turquoise (group) mint, one perf. at left a trifle short, otherwise very fine, lightly hinged and well centred. S.G. 66b, cat. 1,600. A.C.S.C. 128F, cat. $1,750. R.P.S. Victoria certificate (2003) Photo.
402 £820
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Shilling and Four Penny Value: 1918-23 Single Watermark 1s.4d. very deep turquoise (group) punctured ''O S'', mint, centred to right, very fine and fresh. S.G. O75b, cat. 1,200. A.C.S.C. 128F ba, cat. $1,200. Photo.
403 £680
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Shilling and Four Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark Perf. 14, 1s.4d. greenish blue, a fine unmounted mint block of four, marginal from the right of the sheet, fresh and well centred. A.C.S.C. 129A, cat. $1,800+. Photo.
406 | £70
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Shilling and Four Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2, 1s.4d. greenish blue, variety retouched S.W. corner, mint, centred just a little low, fine. A.C.S.C. 130g, cat. $225
407 £400
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Shilling and Four Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2, 1s.4d. greenish blue Ash imprint block of four, vertical bend in interpanneau margin, the lower pair unmounted, fresh. A.C.S.C. 130z, cat. $800. Photo.
408 £150
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Shilling and Four Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2, 1s.4d. greenish blue marginal strip of four incl. Ash imprint, the stamp at right [R57] showing poorly retouched thick ''1'' at right, some creases and reinforcement, the variety fine. A.C.S.C. 130z, ma. Photo.
410 £180
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Shilling and Four Penny Value: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2, 1s.4d. dull blue Ash imprint pair, hinged and with vertical bend in interpanneau margin. A.C.S.C. 130z, cat. $800 (for block of four). Photo.
411 £320
Australia: King George V Heads: The One Shilling and Four Penny Value: 1931-36 Multiple Crown C of A Watermark 1s.4d. blue Ash imprint block of four mint, vertical bend in interpanneau margin, fine. A.C.S.C. 131Az, cat. $600. Photo.
414 | £50
Australia: King George V Heads: The 1930 Surcharges: Mint selection with 2d. on 11/2d. ''N'' over ''A'' and ''N'' over ''N'' Ash imprint blocks of eight, 5d. on 41/2d. pale reddish violet Plate 2 and violet Plate 3 Ash imprint blocks of four, mostly fine. (36)
415 £290
Australia: 1913-14 10s. grey and pink mint, fine. S.G. 14, cat. 650. Photo.
416 £680
Australia: 1913-14 1 brown and ultramarine, fine mint. S.G. 15, cat. 1,400. Photo.
417 £210
Australia: 1915 2s. brown, fine mint. S.G. 29, cat. 425. Photo.
418 £280
Australia: 1915 5s. grey and yellow, showing variety ''broken tail'', fine mint. S.G. 30, cat. 600+. Photo.
419 | £85
Australia: 1915 (2), 1919 and 1925, four registered covers from a correspondence to Rome, registered from Melbourne (3) or Perth, franked by 'roos at 51/2d. (2) or 6d. rates incl. 6d. ultramarine, a few imperfections.
421 | £220
Australia: 1915-28 6d. ultramarine, an unmounted mint block of four, centred slightly to right, mainly fine. S.G. 38, cat. 220+.
422 £100
Australia: 1915-28 9d. violet, Die IIB Harrison two line and Mullett imprint pairs, interpanneau folds, the former with slight bends, the latter with tone spot. A.C.S.C. 27za, zb
425 £1650
Australia: 1915-28 1 chocolate and dull blue, slight gum wrinkle at left, otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. 44, cat 1,800+. Photo.
426 £260
Australia: 1915-28 1 chestnut and bright blue, a couple of short perfs. at base, otherwise fine used. S.G. 44a, cat 1,000. Photo.
427 £750
Australia: 1915-28 2 purple-black and pale rose, fine mint. S.G. 45b, cat. 2,000. Photo.
433 £150
Australia: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 14, 1s.4d. Mullett imprint pair, interpanneau fold, fine. A.C.S.C. 129z. Photo.
435 £180
Australia: 1926-30 Small Multiple Watermark, Perf. 131/2 x 121/2, 1s.4d. greenish blue marginal strip of four incl. Ash imprint, the stamp at right [R57] showing poorly retouched thick ''1'' at right, interpanneau fold and some creasing in margin, the variety fine. A.C.S.C. 130z, ma. Photo.
436 £400
Australia: 1927 Parliament House 11/2d. Plate no. 6 block of four, unmounted mint, a few bends, otherwise fine. 132ze, cat. $600. Photo.
437 £270
Australia: 1927 Parliament House 11/2d. Plate no. 9 block of four, hinged on one and in margin only, fine. 132zh, cat. $400. Photo.
440 £300
Australia: 1928 Exhibition 3d. pane on unaddressed Orlo-Smith & Co. first day cover with central exhibition cancellation in red, the faintest of staining on some perfs., otherwise mainly fine. A.C.S.C. 133MSy, cat. $1,000. Photo.
441 £75
Australia: 1928 Exhibition 3d. pair from pane used with K.G.V. head 3d. pair, tied by exhibition cancellations in green to (Oct. 30) registered cover to Elsternwick (arrival backstamp), also 3d. pair (margins three sides, trivial stains) tied by same day exhibition c.d.s.'s in red and greenish grey to cover to St. Kilda. A.C.S.C. 133MSyb, yc. (2 covers) Photo.
442 £260
Australia: 1929-30 set to 5s grey and yellow (marginal from the left of the sheet) and 10s. grey and pink, mainly fine mint. S.G. 107-12, cat. 678. Photo.
443 | £150
Australia: 1929 Air 3d. Plate blocks no.'s 1 to 4, booklet pane of four (overall gum toning), Types A (slight imperfections) and B Ash imprint blocks of four, ''O S'' puncture blocks of four (2, one with Plate no. 3, not guaranteed). (36)
444 £90
Australia: 1929 Air 3d. type A booklet pane of four, paper wrinkle, otherwise fine unmounted mint. A.C.S.C. 136c, cat. $400. Photo.
445 | £200
Australia: 1931 Kingsford Smith, mint selection incl. set of Ash imprint blocks, 2d. Plate no.'s 1-8, 2d. Plates 1-3 blocks of four, 3d. ''mailbag'' flaw in marginal block, 6d. re-entry (2) and ''extra islands'' in blocks, 6d. imprint block of eight incl. re-entry, ''O S'' overprint 2d., 3d., 6d. brown Ash imprint strip of three, etc., mainly fine. (99)
446 | £170
Australia: King George V Heads, a selection of mint, mainly imprint multiples with 1924 11/2d., Mullett no imprint 4d., Mullett 41/2d., Harrison 41/2d., 1926-30 perf. 131/2 x 121/2 Mullett 11/2d., Ash 11/2d. and 3d. pairs, 1931-36 wmk. Mult. Crown and C of A 2d. and 3d. blocks of four, mostly fine. (11 items)
448 £380
Australia: 1931-36 6d. to 1 grey, good to fine mint. S.G. 132-137, cat. 910. Photo.
449 £420
Australia: 1931-36 10s. grey and pink, marginal from the top of the sheet, hinged in margin only, the stamp fine unmounted mint. S.G. 136, cat. 275+. Photo.
452 £75
Australia: 1932-37 1s. Lyrebird Ash imprint block of four, hinged in margin only, fine. A.C.S.C. 145za, cat. $350.
454 | £95
Australia: 1932-37 6d. Kookaburra, marginal block of four incl. break in upper frame, unmounted mint, Plate 1 Ash imprint pair and Pale 2 imprint block of four (interpanneau bend), mainly fine. (10)
455 | £110
Australia: 1934 Victoria, perf. 101/2 2d, to 1s., perf. 111/2 2d. (both papers) to 1s., all in mint Ash imprint blocks of four, interpanneau bends, mainly fine. (28) Cat. $583.
457 | £75
Australia: 1934 Macarthur set of four in Ash imprint blocks of four, mint, interpanneau bends, mainly fine. A.C.S.C. 157-60z, cat. $327.
459 | £110
Australia: 1935 ANZAC 2d. Plate no.'s 1, 2 and 3, 1s. Plate no.'s 1 and 2 blocks of four, all upper left except Plate 3 lower left, unmounted except on two 1s. and in margins, odd trivial imperfection but mainly fine. A.C.S.C. 164z, zd, zj, 165z, za, cat. $624.
460 | £60
Australia: 1935 ANZAC set in Ash imprint blocks of four, hinged on upper pairs only, interpanneau bends, fine. A.C.S.C. 164zl, 165zb, cat. $306.
461 | £50
Australia: 1935 Silver Jubilee set in mint Ash imprint blocks of four, mainly fine. (12) A.C.S.C.166z, 167zd, 168zb, cat. $251.
462 | £90
Australia: 1935 Silver Jubilee 2s. Plate no. 1 upper left block of four, hinged in margins only, 3d. lower left corner block of twelve (6 x 2) with Plate no., Ash imprint and apostrophe flaw between ''GEORGE'' and ''V'', unmounted mint, mainly fine A.C.S.C.1168z, 167zb, zd. (16)
463 | £110
Australia: A K.G.V selection incl. 1930 Sturt set in imprint blocks, 1932 1s. lyrebird and 1934 Macarthur set of three in imprint pairs, 1927 Canberra 2s. booklet, 1931 Kingsford Smith 6d. corner block of six incl. ''extra islands'', a few tone spots, otherwise mostly fine. (12 items)
464 | £380
Australia: A mainly K.G.V selection of mint imprint blocks incl. 1930 Sturt and 1931 Kingsford Smith sets, 6d. block of eight incl. re-entry, 1932 1s. Lyrebird, 1934 Victoria and 1935 ANZAC 1s., 1935 Silver Jubilee, 1936 Telephone and South Australia sets, also some later incl. 1937 N.S.W. set, etc., odd imperfection but mostly fine. (30 items)
465 | £150
Australia: A selection of K.G.V mint corner plate blocks, comprising 1929 Western Australia 11/2d. no.'s 7, 10, 11, 1930 Sturt no.'s 1-8, 3d. no.'s 1 and 2, 1931 Kingsford Smith 2d. no.'s 1-8, 3d. no.'s 2 and 3, 1932 Sydney Bridge no.'s 1-4, 1935 ANZAC 2d. no.'s 1 and 2, 1s. no.'s 1 and 2, mainly fine. (31 items)
466 | £280
Australia: A mainly mint K.G.V selection incl. 1931 Kingsford Smith 6d. re-entry (in block), 1932 1s. Lyrebird (3), Sydney Bridge to 5s., 1934 Macarthur (2), 1935 ANZAC (2), Silver Jubilee, also some later issues incl. 1937 N.S.W. (6, incl. blocks), 1940 A.I.F. (5, three used), etc., mostly fine. (124 + 6 covers)
467 £120
Australia: Postage Dues: 1907 1d. to 6d. dull green, fine mint. S.G. D54-D57, cat. 545. Photo.
468 £280
Australia: Postage Dues: 1909-10 set to 1 less 1s., mainly fine mint. S.G. D63-73 (ex. D69), cat. 870. Photo.
469 £140
Australia: Postage Dues: 1909-10 10s, 1 fine used. S.G. D72, D73, cat. 425. Photo.
469 | £2500
Australia: A mainly good to fine collection of issues from 1913 to 1996 in nineteen albums incl. 1913-14 to 2s. mint, used with 3d. Dies I and II in se-tenant pair (B.P.A. Certificate, 1999), 1926-30 perf. 14 1/2d. to 1s.4d. mint, 1928 Exhibition 3d. pane mint, 1929-30 6d. to 5s. mint, 1931-36 to 5s. mint and to 1, 2 used, most commemorative sets both mint and used incl. 1932 Bridge, some later issues in blocks, range of minor flaws and varieties, 1937-49 Robes to 1 (both papers) mint and used, selection of covers incl. some early airmails, A.A.T., States issues from early imperfs, etc. (many 100's)
470 | £450
An extensive mint and used accumulation in a stockbinder with a range of States, Commonwealth issues incl. K.G.V heads with varieties, other issues with imprint blocks etc., interest in cancellations throughout.
471 | £250
Australia: A K.G.VI to Q.E.II mainly mint selection with strength in imprint blocks incl. 1937 Hermes 1s.6d., 1937-49 perf. 131/2 x 14 3d. thin paper, perf. 15 x 14 3d. (upper pair with horizontal bend) and with a good range of Authority blocks incl. 1948-56 10s., later with booklet panes, etc., mainly fine with most unmounted. (100's)
473 £100
Australian States: New South Wales: 1890 20s. ultramarine perf. 11x12, fine mint, marginal from the base of the sheet. S.G. 264cb, cat. 180. Photo.
474 £100
Australian States: New South Wales: Officials: 1904 10s. violet and rosine on chalk-surfaced paper, perf. 12 x 11, perforated ''O S'' (type 1, 8 holes each letter), mint, fine. Brandon certificate (2004) states ''genuine, as far as one can say''. Photo.
475 £140
Australian States: New South Wales: Officials: 1905 20s. cobalt-blue on chalk-surfaced paper, perf. 11, perforated ''O S'' (type 1, 8 holes each letter), mint, fine. Brandon certificate (2004) states ''genuine, as far as one can say''. Photo.
476 £620
Australian States: New South Wales: Medals: 1879 Sydney International Exhibition, a silver award medal by J.AS. & A.T. Wyon, engraved on reverse in wreath of Australian plants for presentation to the Hon. Saul Samuel, Postmaster General, for his services. An extremely fine medal (76 x 7.2mm., BDM VI, 591; BM Acq. 1978-82, pl.76, 66) and rare in silver, depicts a female representing Australia holding shield (bearing the arms of the colony) and laurel with implements of industry at her feet. The Garden Palace behind, designed for the exhibition by Colonial Architect, James Barnet, and constructed in the grounds of the Botanic Gardens was sadly destroyed by fire on 22 September 1882. Sir Saul Samuel C.M.G., M.L.C. (1820-1900), an important figure in the the history of New South Wales, was Colonial Treasurer from 1879 to 1870 and later became Agent General for New South Wales from 1880 to 1897. Photo.
478 £900
Australian States: Tasmania: 1892-99 1 green and yellow, a fine unmounted mint block of four, marginal from the right of the sheet. S.G. 225, cat. 1,300+. Photo.
479 £250
Australian States: Victoria: 1854(c.) ''Half-Length'' 1d., Ham 5th printing, showing private roulettes with clear vertical row at left, cancelled ''V/1'' slight detachment, rare. Photo.
480 £85
Australian States: Victoria: 1901-10 perf. 121/2 1 carmine-rose, fine mint. S.G. 399, cat. 250. Photo.
481 £270
Australian States: Victoria: 1901-10 perf. 121/2 2, two copies c.t.o., fine. S.G. 400, cat. 600. Photo.
482 £450
Australian States: Victoria: 1905-13 perf. 121/2 1 salmon, 1 dull rose and 2 dull blue, fine mint. S.G. 431, 431a, 432, cat. 1,050. Photo.
483 £350
Australian States: Victoria: 1905-13 perf. 121/2 1 dull rose, 2 dull blue, fine mint. S.G. 431a, 432, cat. 800. Photo.
485 | £280
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: Six plated examples (both shades) variously cancelled incl. ''13'' Bothwell, ''31'' Green Ponds and ''35'' Hamilton (ex Burrus), margins and condition vary. S.G. 1, 2.
486 £180
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. pale blue [Pos. 6], clear to large margins, tiny corner crease at lower right, clear of design, neat ''60'' Launceston barred numeral. S.G. 1, cat. 1,000. Photo.
487 £1000
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. pale blue [Pos. 6], a fine example from the right of the sheet with close to large margins, cancelled Hobart ''63'' barred numeral. S.G. 1, cat. 1,000. Prschold certificate certificate (1984). Photo.
488 £120
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 7], a large margined used example with slight soiling and other imperfections. S.G. 1, cat. 1,000+. Ex Burrus. Photo.
489 £230
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. pale blue [Pos. 9], a fresh example with good to very large margins and lightly cancelled, very slight thinning in margin at lower left, otherwise fine. S.G. 1, cat. 1,000. Brandon certificate (2002). Photo.
490 £1100
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. pale blue [Pos. 12], an exceptional example with large to outstanding margins just cutting into adjoining stamp at top, crisply cancelled by ''59'' barred numeral of Launceston, fine. S.G. 1, cat. 1,000. Alcuri certificate (1990). Photo.
491 £190
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. pale blue [Pos. 12], close to good margins, cancelled at left leaving profile clear, fine. S.G. 1, cat. 1,000. Photo.
492 £1000
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. pale blue [Pos. 13], an excellent deep early shade with large to very large regular margins, neatly cancelled Launceston ''59'' barred numeral, fine. S.G. 1, cat. 1,000. A. Diena (1963) and Bolaffi (1964) certificates. Ex Burrus and Bombieri. Photo.
494 £600
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. pale blue [Pos. 16], large margins and attractive central Launceston ''59'' barred numeral, fine. S.G. 1, cat. 1,000. R.P.S., London certificate (1970). Ex Butler. Photo.
495 £210
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. pale blue [Pos. 17], good to large margins, cancelled Hobart ''60'' barred numeral leaving profile clear. S.G. 1, cat. 1,000. Photo.
496 £90
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. pale blue [Pos. 18], close to large margins slightly repaired nevertheless lightly cancelled and attractive. S.G. 1, cat. 1,000. Photo.
497 £170
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. pale blue [Pos. 23], an example with clear to good margins, cancelled at foot leaving head clear, fine. S.G. 1, cat. 1,000. Photo.
498 £130
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 1], close to good margins, lightly cancelled, pressed horizontal crease but attractive. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000. Photo.
499 £110
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 1], an attractive example on thinner paper in a very deep shade from an early printing, fine Launceston ''59'' barred numeral cancellation, good margins, just shaved at top and with slightest of thinnings on reverse. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000+. Ex Burrus. Photo.
500 £7500
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue, a vertical strip of four [Pos. 2, 8, 14, 20] with margins all round except lower right corner just touched, cancelled by ''20'' barred numerals of Circular Head, and with [8] showing interesting plate flaw by Queen's mouth apparently due to faulty cleaning of plate between runs. A scarce item of exceptional quality. S.G. 2. Brandon certificate (2000). Photo.
501 £170
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 2], an early printing with close to large margins and cancelled by the rare ''41'' barred numeral of Lake River, slight thinning on reverse. S.G. 1, cat. 1,000+. Ex Burrus. Photo.
502 £110
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 2], an early printing with large margins three sides, just cut-into at top and cancelled by slightly indistinct barred numerals (possibly ''44'' of New Norfolk), fresh. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000+. Ex Tinsley. Photo.
503 £320
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 3], a large margined example showing dramatic printing interruption due to pre-printing vertical paper fold, very fine used. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000+. Ex Bombieri. Photo.
504 £100
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 3], cancelled at right, large margins three sides, just cut into at right but attractive. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000. Ex Frazer. Photo.
505 £9500
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue, the horizontal strip of four [Pos. 9-12], probably the most attractive of these scarce multiples, a deep early shade with fresh colour, cancelled by two good strikes of Hobart ''68'' barred numeral. Margins all round, just clear at right and foot. V & Co mark on reverse, creased through [11] and other slight imperfections but most desirable. S.G. 2. R.P.S., London certificate (2003) Ex Sebastian Earl. Photo.
506 £350
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 9], a deep shade with good to large margins, neatly cancelled Hobart ''61'' barred numeral, fine. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000. Photo.
507 £240
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 9], an early deep shade with good to large margins, cancelled Hobart ''61'' barred numeral, fine. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000. Photo.
508 £190
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 10], an early printing in a deep shade with clear to large margins, neatly cancelled ''59'' barred numeral of Launceston, fine. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000. Photo.
509 £480
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 11] a very deep shade with large, regular margins, attractively cancelled with upright Launceston ''59'' barred numeral, fine. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000. Brandon certificate (1987) Photo.
510 £320
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 11], a most attractive example with good to large margins and central ''59'' Launceston barred numeral. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000. Photo.
512 £1550
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 13], a scarce unused example with large part original gum, clear to large margins, tiny thin (in margin only) at right, otherwise fine. S.G. 2, cat. 4,250. B.P.A. certificate (1990) Photo.
513 £1100
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 14-15], a horizontal pair with large to very large margins, cancelled Launceston ''60'' barred numerals, a few bends and slight thin margin at left, nevertheless fresh and attractive. S.G. 2, cat. 2,000+. R.P.S. certificate (1991) incorrectly as S.G. 3. Ex Tinsley. Photo.
514 £400
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 14], large margins, very large at left, neat Launceston ''59'' barred numeral, fine. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000. R.P.S., London certificate (1989) Photo.
515 £250
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 14], good to large margins, cancelled Launceston ''59'' barred numeral, fine. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000. Brandon certificate (1987) Photo.
516 £900
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 15], an exceptionally large used example on thinner paper showing portion of [16] at right, suspicion of a thin on reverse, otherwise fine and fresh. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000+. Photo.
517 £200
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 15], good to large margins, very slight thinning in left margin only, clear of design and very trivial. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000. Brandon certificate (2002). Photo.
518 £200
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 15], used, good to very large margins, fine. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000. R.P.S., Victoria certificate (2002) Photo.
519 £130
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 15], a fresh example, just touched at left but attractively cancelled and fine. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000. Ex Tinsley. Photo.
520 £820
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 16], a beautiful example with fresh colour, good to very large margins and neat Hobart ''68'' barred numeral. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000. B.P.A. certificate (2001) Photo.
521 £170
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 21], good to large margins, cancellation a little smudged, otherwise fine. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000. A. Diena certificate (1974) Photo.
522 £500
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 22], an example with good to large margins and apparently unused, faint staining, otherwise fine. S.G. 2, cat. 4,250. Photo.
523 £480
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 23-24], a horizontal pair with clear to good margins and small part imprint at foot, late use with Hobart dumb cancellations, slight imperfections. S.G. 2, cat. 2,000+. Ex Burrus. Photo.
525 £160
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Later Impressions on Thin Hard Paper: 1d. pale blue [Pos. 18], close to large margins and lightly cancelled Hobart ''68'' barred numeral, slightest of thins on reverse but ex Tinsley, illustrated on page 11 as example of Late state. S.G. 3, cat. 900. Photo.
526 £400
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Later Impressions on Thin Hard Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 11-12], a horizontal pair cancelled ''64'' barred numerals of Hobart, just touched, slight soiling, one with corner crease. S.G. 4, cat. 1,800. Ex Burrus. Photo.
527 £75
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The One Penny Blue, Later Impressions on Thin Hard Paper: 1d. blue [Pos. 11], close to good margins, lightly cancelled Launceston ''59'' barred numeral, repaired tear and other slight imperfections but attractive. S.G. 4, cat. 900. Photo.
528 | £260
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I: Nine plated examples incl. one First state bright red-orange variously cancelled, margins and condition vary. S.G. 5, 8, 9.
529 £75
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I First State: 4d. bright red-orange on toned paper, unplated, close to good margins, cancelled good Hobart ''64'' barred numeral. S.G. 5, cat. 700. Photo.
530 £90
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I First State: 4d. bright red-orange [Pos. 7], good margins just shaved at top, lightly cancelled, fine. S.G. 5, cat. 700. Photo.
531 £95
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I First State: 4d. bright red-orange [Pos. 9], a fine early impression with good margins just shaved at top, used, fine. S.G. 5, cat. 700. Photo.
532 £1200
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I First State: 4d. bright red-orange, an exceptional horizontal pair [Pos. 10-11] with good to very large margins touching [12] at right, cancelled by Hobart ''64'' barred numerals, some vertical creasing and marginal scissor cut well clear of designs. S.G. 5, cat. 1,400+. B.P.A. certificate (1990). Ex Dallas. Photo.
534 £190
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I First State: 4d. bright red-orange [Pos.14], a most attractive large margined example neatly cancelled Launceston ''59'' barred numeral, some creasing at right, otherwise fine. S.G. 5, cat. 700. Ex Tinsley. Photo.
535 £150
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I First State: 4d. bright red-orange [Pos. 20], good to large margins, lightly cancelled Hobart ''68'' barred numeral fine and attractive. S.G. 5, cat. 700. Photo.
536 £85
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I First State: 4d. bright red-orange [Pos. 20], good margins just shaved at top, lightly cancelled Hobart ''68'' barred numeral, slight thinning otherwise fine and attractive. S.G. 5, cat. 700. Photo.
539 £260
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I First State: 4d. bright brownish orange [Pos. 10], large margins and cancelled Hobart ''68'' barred numeral, trivial corner crease in upper right margin, otherwise fine. S.G. 6, cat. 850. Brandon certificate (2002) Photo.
540 £350
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I First State: 4d. bright brownish orange [Pos. 15], an exceptional example with large margins and attractively cancelled Launceston ''59'' barred numeral, corner crease in upper left margin, otherwise fine. S.G. 6, cat. 850. Brandon certificate (2002) Photo.
541 £160
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I Second State: 4d. red-orange [Pos. 20], good to large margins, lightly cancelled Hobart ''68'' barred numeral, tiny thin in lower left margin, otherwise fine and fresh. S.G. 7, cat. 450. Photo.
542 £320
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I Second State: 4d. red-orange (pale) [Pos. 21-22], a horizontal pair with good to large margins all round, cancelled Hobart ''64'' barred numerals, slight thinnings in central margin, otherwise fine. S.G. 7, cat. 900+. B.P.A. certificate (1951) Photo.
543 £75
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I Second State: 4d. orange [Pos. 14], just touched at left, good to large margins other sides, cancelled fine strike of scarce ''13'' barred numeral of Bothwell, slight imperfections, fine appearance. S.G. 8. Photo.
544 £75
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I Second State: 4d. orange [Pos. 15], touched at left, good to large margins other sides, cancelled scarce ''58'' barred numeral of Waterloo Point. S.G. 8. Photo.
545 £90
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I Second State: 4d. orange [Pos. 21], large margins, cancelled fine Launceston ''59'' barred numeral, trivial corner defects. S.G. 8, cat. 425. Photo.
546 £110
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I Second State: 4d. pale orange [Pos. 2], a large margined example with scarce ''58'' Waterloo Point barred numeral. S.G. 9. Photo.
547 £90
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I Second State: 4d. pale orange [Pos. 2], large margins and cancelled ''on the nose'' by upright Launceston ''59'' barred numeral. S.G. 9, cat. 425. Photo.
548 £500
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I Second State: 4d. pale orange [Pos. 5-6], a horizontal pair with good to large margins all round, centrally cancelled (numeral unclear), very fresh and fine. S.G. 9, cat. 850+. Photo.
549 £100
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I Second State: 4d. pale orange [Pos. 8], a fine example with close to large margins, lightly cancelled Launceston ''60'' barred numeral. S.G. 9, cat. 425. Holcombe Opinion (1989) Photo.
551 £170
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate I Second State: 4d. pale orange [Pos. 19], a slightly oxidised example with close to very large margins showing ''Printed by H&C Best'' inscription at foot, cancelled by scarce ''18'' barred numeral of Campbell Town. S.G. 9 Photo.
553 | £400
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: Fourteen plated examples, a range of shades variously cancelled, margins and condition vary. S.G. 10-12
554 £580
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange, a highly attractive horizontal strip of three [1-3] with close to large margins all round, cancelled by three fine strikes of scarce ''53'' barred numeral of Richmond. Trivial imperfections, nevertheless an outstanding item. S.G. 10. Photo.
555 £150
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange horizontal pair [Pos. 1-2] with good to large regular margins all round and cancelled by two light but indistinct barred numerals, one with small violet ink spot, otherwise fine. S.G. 10, cat. 800. Photo.
556 £75
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange [Pos. 1], good to large margins, used with Launceston ''59'' barred numeral, fine. S.G. 10, cat. 400. Photo.
557 £500
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange [Pos. 2], a fresh example with good to large margins, cancelled by scarce ''33'' barred numeral of Glenorchy. S.G. 10. B.P.A. certificate (1952). Photo.
558 £300
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange horizontal pair [Pos. 3-4] with good margins all round and cancelled by two strikes (one fair) of rare ''65'' barred numeral of Three Hut Point, imperfection in margin between, attractive. S.G. 10. R.P.S., London certificate (1991). Ex Tinsley. Photo.
560 £180
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange [Pos. 4], close to large margins, lightly cancelled Launceston ''59'' barred numeral. S.G. 10, cat. 400. B.P.A. certificate (1992). Photo.
562 £620
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange [Pos. 7], an exceptional example being a fine, early impression with large to very large margins, cancelled by crisp strike of scarce ''11'' barred numeral of Avoca. S.G. 10. Brandon certificate (1999). Photo.
563 £200
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange [Pos. 7], an overinked impression from the left of the sheet, good to extremely large margins, cancelled Launceston ''60'' barred numeral. S.G. 10. R.P.S., London certificate (1974). Photo.
564 £110
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange [Pos. 9], a fine example with good to large margins, tied to piece by Launceston ''59'' barred numeral. S.G. 10, cat. 400. B.P.A. certificate (1984). Photo.
565 £90
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange [Pos. 12], a blurred, almost doubled impression, good to very large margins, trace of a thin on reverse, very fresh. S.G. 10. Photo.
566 £480
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange horizontal pair [Pos. 13-14] on thicker paper, close to large margins all round and cancelled by two light Hobart ''64'' barred numerals, fine and fresh. S.G. 10, cat. 800. Holcombe certificate (1986) incorrectly as S.G. 8. Ex Dallas. Photo.
567 £150
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange [Pos.13] with large margins and cancelled by fine strike of rare ''13'' barred numeral of Bothwell, fine. S.G. 10. Photo.
568 £75
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange [Pos.16], a lightly cancelled example with good to large margins, tiny imperfection at tip of lower left corner, otherwise fine. S.G. 10, cat. 400. Photo.
569 £1250
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange [Pos. 17], unused, good margins, trivial scissor cut in upper right margin, otherwise fine and fresh. S.G. 10, cat. 2,000. B.P.A. certificate (2000). Photo.
570 £450
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange [Pos. 17], an unused example, repaired at top, fresh and attractive. S.G. 10, cat. 2,000. R.P.S., London certificate (2000). Photo.
571 £220
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange [Pos. 17], a fine example with good to very large margins, cancelled good ''19'' barred numeral of Port Arthur. S.G. 10. R.P.S., Victoria certificate (2002) incorrectly as S.G. 8. Photo.
572 £90
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange [Pos. 21] on thinner paper, good to large margins, cancelled Hobart ''68'' barred numeral. S.G. 10, cat. 400. R.P.S., London certificate (1981). Photo.
573 £200
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange [Pos. 2], good to very large margins, cancelled neat Launceston ''59'' barred numeral, most attractive. S.G. 10, cat. 400. B.P.A. certificate (2001). Photo.
574 £140
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange [Pos.22] just shaved at top, cancelled by very fine strike of scarce Oatlands ''47'' barred numeral, fine. S.G. 10. Photo.
575 £90
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange [Pos.22] on thicker paper, close to large margins, lightly cancelled Hobart ''63'' barred numeral, attractive. S.G. 10, cat. 400. Photo.
576 £90
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. dull orange [Pos. 2], a large margined example, lightly cancelled by barred numeral and red transit ''PAID'', slight bend, otherwise fine. S.G. 11, cat. 350. Photo.
577 £700
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. dull orange [Pos. 3], an unused example with good to extremely large margins cutting into adjoining stamps on both sides, slight surface marks, otherwise fine. S.G. 11, cat. 2,000. R.P.S., London certificate (1976). Photo.
578 £110
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. dull orange [Pos. 7], an example with large margins, cancelled Hobart ''64'' barred numeral and with part red transit c.d.s. at top, fine. S.G. 11, cat. 350. Brandon certificate (1999). Photo.
579 £130
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. dull orange [Pos. 7], an attractive example with good to very large margins, lightly cancelled ''60'' barred numeral of Launceston. S.G. 11, cat. 350. Photo.
580 £110
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. dull orange (brownish orange shade) [Pos. 9], good to large margins, cancelled Launceston ''59'' barred numeral, fine and a scarce shade. S.G. 11. Photo.
581 £160
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. orange vertical pair [Pos. 13, 19], the lower stamp just shaved, cancelled by two fine and light strikes of Launceston ''59'' barred numeral. S.G. 11, cat. 700. Photo.
582 £720
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. dull orange [Pos. 14-15, 20-21], a rare block of four, margins all round, just shaved at upper left, cancelled by ''18'' barred numerals of Campbell Town, some faults but scarce and attractive. S.G. 11, cat. 1,400+. Brandon certificate (2002). Photo.
583 £200
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. dull orange [Pos. 14-15], a horizontal pair with good to very large margins all round, cancelled by ''68'' barred numerals of Hobart, fine. S.G. 11, cat. 700+. R.P.S., London certificate (1991). Ex Tinsley. Photo.
584 £90
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. dull orange [Pos. 14], an attractive large margined example with fine ''68'' barred numeral of Hobart. S.G. 11, cat. 350. Photo.
586 £130
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. dull orange [Pos. 15], good to large margins and cancelled by scarce fine, if light, ''13'' barred numeral of Bothwell, corner crease in upper left margin, otherwise fine and scarce. S.G. 11. Ex Butler. Photo.
587 £90
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. dull orange [Pos. 15], good to large margins, tied to small piece by Hobart ''64'' barred numeral and handstruck ''8'' rating. S.G. 11, cat. 350. Photo.
588 £110
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. dull orange [Pos. 17], an outstanding example large to extremely large margins cutting into adjoining stamps at both sides, cancelled by good (a little smudged) strike of scarce ''58'' barred numeral of Waterloo Point. S.G. 11. Photo.
590 £110
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. dull orange (brownish orange shade) [Pos. 18], good to large margins, cancelled Hobart ''68'' barred numeral, fine and a scarce shade. S.G. 11, cat. 350. Holcombe Opinion (1989). Photo.
591 £160
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. dull orange [Pos. 18], a fresh example with close to large margins and fine, characteristically ''watery'' barred numeral'' of Campbell Town . S.G. 11. Photo.
592 £180
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. dull orange [Pos. 19] with good to large margins and part imprint at foot, cancelled Launceston ''59'' barred numeral, fine. S.G. 11, cat. 350. Photo.
594 £350
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. dull orange [Pos. 23-24], a horizontal pair with good to very large margins all round and showing ''C.W. Coard Sc.'' imprint, cancelled by ''68'' barred numerals of Hobart, [24] with unobtrusive pinhole on lower right frameline, otherwise fresh and fine. S.G. 11, cat. 700+. Photo.
596 £230
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. yellowish orange [Pos. 6, 12], a vertical pair with close to large margins all round, cancelled by fine strikes of ''59'' barred numeral of Launceston, fine and attractive. S.G. 12, cat. 700+. B.P.A. certificate (1998) incorrectly as Plate I, 2nd State. Photo.
597 £500
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. yellowish orange horizontal strip of three [Pos. 7-9] with good to very large margins touching adjoining stamps at foot, cancelled by three fine strikes of ''26'' barred numeral of Evandale, repaired tears and pressed creasing, etc. but very scarce. S.G. 12. Photo.
598 | £60
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. yellowish orange [Pos. 7], close to large margins, lightly cancelled by Hobart ''64'' barred numeral, fine. S.G. 12, cat. 350. Photo.
599 £90
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. yellowish orange [Pos. 8] on thinner paper, good to large margins, lightly cancelled by Hobart ''68'' barred numeral, fine. S.G. 12, cat. 350. Photo.
600 £90
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. yellowish orange [Pos. 9], a fresh example with close to large margins, neatly cancelled by upright Launceston ''60'' barred numeral, fine. S.G. 12, cat. 350. Photo.
602 £75
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. yellowish orange [Pos. 12], good to large margins, Launceston ''59'' barred numeral, fine. S.G. 12, cat. 350. Photo.
605 £75
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. yellowish orange [Pos. 13], with good to very large margins touching adjoining stamp [7] at top, cancelled Hobart ''64'' barred numeral. S.G. 12, cat. 350. Photo.
606 £180
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. yellowish orange [Pos. 14], good to very large margins, cancelled Launceston ''59'' barred numeral, fine. S.G. 12, cat. 350. Photo.
607 £85
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. yellowish orange [Pos. 15], a fresh example with good to large margins, struck with Launceston ''59'' barred numeral and red Paid transit datestamp. S.G. 12, cat. 350. Photo.
608 £350
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. yellowish orange [Pos. 15], an example with the rare official triangular puncture, good to very large margins, just tied by characteristically ''watery'' barred numeral ''18'' of Campbell Town with rectangular framed ''CAMP TOWN/18 May.55'' alongside. S.G. 12. Photo.
610 £150
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. yellowish orange [Pos. 20], good to very large margins and cancelled ms. numeral ''54'' of Sorell, slight imperfections but rare. S.G. 12. Photo.
611 £150
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Four Pence Orange, Plate II: 4d. yellowish orange [Pos. 21-22], a horizontal pair with good to large margins all round, folded and with fault between, lightly cancelled ''68'' barred numerals of Hobart, fresh and attractive. S.G. 12, cat. 700+. Miro (1961) and B.P.A. (1998) certificates. Photo.
621 | £300
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: Cancellations: A selection of scarcer barred numerals on the 4d. orange Plate I (4 incl. a pair) or II (4) comprising ''18'' Campbell Town, ''20'' Circular Head, ''25'' Deloraine, ''47'' Oatlands, ''52'' Ross, ''54'' Sorell, and ''58'' Waterloo Point (on a vertical pair), margins and condition vary, strikes fair to fine. (7 items) S.G. 9-11.
624 £650
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Reprints: 1889 reprint from the 1d. defaced plate, complete sheet of twenty-four (6 x 4) in light blue on thin card, odd, mainly marginal imperfection, mainly fine. Photo.
625 £300
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Reprints: 1889 reprint from the 4d. Plate I defaced plate, complete sheet of twenty-four (6 x 4) in yellow-orange on thin card, mainly fine. Photo.
626 £400
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Reprints: 1887, the scarce reprint from the 4d. Plate II defaced plate, complete sheet of twenty-four (6 x 4) in brown-orange on thick wove paper, mainly fine. Reportedly fewer than a dozen sheets printed and believed to have been printed with some of the original ink. Ex Butler. Photo.
627 £280
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Reprints: 1889 reprint from the 4d. Plate II defaced plate, complete sheet of twenty-four (6 x 4) in yellow-orange on thin card, pinholes in [1], otherwise mainly fine. Photo.
628 | £75
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Reprints: Reprints, a selection comprising perf. 111/2 1d. [8], 4d. Plate I [15] and imperf. 1d. [4], 4d. Plate I [6], and Plate II corner block [1-2, 7-8], mainly fine. (8)
629 | £75
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: Forgeries, a selection comprising 1d. and 4d. (4) forged stamps, all ''used'' with faked cancellations, good to fine. (5)
630 £10500
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Covers: The One Penny Blue: 1855 (Jan. 26) ''drop letter'', ''town'' wrapper without side flaps, franked with large margined 1d. pale blue on soft medium paper [Pos. 21] paying local rate for an item up to 1/2oz, tied by very fine ''59'' barred numeral of Launceston with circular ''O CLOCK/26JA26/1855'' (hour excised datestamp at left. Very rare and highly attractive. S.G. 1. R.P.S., London certificate (1989) Ex Bombieri. Photo.
631 £8000
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Covers: The One Penny Blue: 1855 (Feb. 19) envelope (flap missing) to Launceston, franked by two horizontal pairs of 1d. blue on soft medium paper [Pos. 3-4 and 16-17] paying 4d. country letter rate up to 1/2oz , tied by ''68'' barred numeral of Hobart with red type 29 ''PREPAID/19FE19/1855'' c.d.s at lower right and backstamped red boxed next day Launceston type 32 receiving datestamp (earlier dates than previously recorded for both datestamps). Both pairs just touched at one place but good to large margins other sides, one pair with internal tear and the cover reinforced behind. An outstanding item, of great rarity and most attractive. S.G. 2. R.P.S. certificate (1991) Ex Bombieri. Photo.
632 £3000
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Covers: The Four Pence Plate I: 1853 (Nov. 21) envelope to Boston Massachusetts, the earliest recorded cover to the U.S.A. under the 1853 Act franked by 4d. pale orange [Pos. 9], an example with large to very large margins tied by barred numeral ''63'' and at the lower left corner also by large red ''GENERAL POST OFFICE/HOBART TOWN/(crown)/21NO21/VDL/1853'', routed via Melbourne and thence carried on the ''Great Britain'' via Cape Horn to Liverpool and subsequently to the U.S.A. on the steamer ''Alps'', receiving ms. ''32 cents'' (private ship mail charge), handstruck ''37/CENTS'' (postage due at Boston). Backstamped ''LIVERPOOL/SHIP LETTER'', ''ART-2'' and Boston Br. Pkt. receiving datestamp of Mar. 7. Some minor creasing and soiling, otherwise fine. S.G. 9. Ex Cress. Brandon certificate (2003). Photo.
633 £380
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Covers: The Four Pence Plate I: 1854 (Jan. 30) envelope addressed to Macquarie River ''via Ross'' franked by cut to shape 4d. pale orange [Pos. 14] just tied by barred numeral ''12'' and with ms. ''Brighton/30-1-54'' at lower left, slight soiling, scissor cut in cover at top, well clear of adhesive. S.G. 9. Photo.
634 £1200
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Covers: The Four Pence Orange Plate I: 1854 (June 2) large part entire to Richmond, Victoria, franked by 4d. pale orange [Pos. 2] just shaved at left, just tied by Hobart barred numeral with large red ''GENERAL POST OFFICE/HOBART TOWN/(crown)/2JU2/VDL/1854'' and ''RICHMOND/(crown)/6 JU/1854/VICTORIA'' receiving mark alongside, backstamped red ''SHIP LETTER/FREE/JU *5/1854/G.P.O. VICTORIA'', some minor soiling, nevertheless attractive. S.G. 9. Ex Tinsley and Gibson. Photo.
635 £480
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Covers: The Four Pence Plate I: 1854 (Sept. 23) scarce entire letter from Green Ponds to Hobart bearing cut to shape 4d. pale orange [Pos. 3] tied by neat ''31'' barred numeral with red ''PAID/25SP25/1854'' receiving datestamp below with message from George Kemp requesting the despatch of a box of pills to be sent ''up by Mills's Coach on Monday afternoon'' and with his complete red wax seal on reverse. S.G. 7. Photo.
637 £1400
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Covers: The Four Pence Plate II: 1854 (June 18) part wrapper from Launceston to Melbourne, franked by 4d. yellowish orange [Pos.11], a lovely golden shade with large margins, tied by neat barred numeral ''59'' with diamond framed red ''POST OFFICE/LAUNCESTON/(crown)/18JU18/1855'' (early use) at left and part June 21 arrival backstamp. S.G. 12. Photo.
638 £1850
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Covers: The Four Pence Plate II: 1854 (Dec. 18) charming small entire letter from Campbell Town to Launceston, franked by 4d. dull orange [Pos. 5] (early use of this plate), tied by fine ''18'' barred numeral with framed ''CAMP TOWN/18.Dec, 54'' alongside, backstamped Launceston Dec. 19 arrival. S.G. 11. B.P.A. certificate (1994) Photo.
639 £520
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Covers: The Four Pence Plate II: 1855 mourning envelope from Hobart to Scotland ''Per ''Argo'''', rated ''6'' and franked by 4d. dull orange [Pos. 5], good to large margins and tied by barred numeral ''68'', backstamped red London Mar. 17 transit and Mar. 18 arrival, vertical fold well clear of adhesive. S.G. 10. B.P.A. certificate (1976) incorrectly as S.G. 8. Photo.
640 £3600
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Covers: The Four Pence Plate II: 1855 (Mar.10) entire from Launceston to Hobart, franked by lovely early impression of the 4d. orange [Pos. 21], good to large margins and tied by fine strike of ''59'' barred numeral with ''LAUNCESTON/10MA10/1855'' despatch at left and framed red ''PAID/17MA17/1855'' below (late date), most attractive. S.G. 10. R.P.S. certificate (1983) incorrectly as S.G. 8. Photo.
641 £980
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Covers: The Four Pence Plate II: 1855 (Apr. 23) cover from Launceston to England via Melbourne and thence to Liverpool on the clipper ''Red Jacket'', franked by 4d. orange [Pos.13], good to large margins and cancelled by fine strike of ''60'' barred numeral with diamond red ''POST-OFFICE/LAUNCESTON/(crown)/23AP23/VDL/1855'' below (early date) and handstruck ''8'' unpaid, backstamped Norwich Aug. 5 arrival (flap missing). S.G. 10. B.P.A. certificate (1998). Ex Cress. Photo.
642 £450
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 The "Courier" Issues: The Covers: The Four Pence Plate II: 1855 (May 14) front from Hobart to Launceston franked at double inland rate by two 4d. yellowish orange [Pos.13 and 14], good to large margins and tied by fine single strike of ''68'' barred numeral with circular red ''PRE-PAID/14MY14/1855'' below (early date). S.G. 12. Photo.
645 | £920
Australian States: Tasmania: Collections: A collection on leaves, etc., incl. an extensive range of Chalon types with 1853-54 1d. on soft medium paper, Plate I 4d. pale orange, both with faults, 1855 1d., 2d. (2), 4d. (7), 1856-57 4d. (2), pelure paper 1d., 1857-69 shades with 1d. double print, 2d. (10, incl. a pair), 1858 6d. (4), 1860-67 6d. (10), 1s. (3), ranges of 1863-71 and 1871-91 perfs. to 1s. (3), later with 1891-99 to 10s. and 1899-1900 Pictorials (2) mint, etc., condition very varied. (100's)
646 £1250
Pacific Islands and Dependent Territories: Fiji: 1912-23 1 Die II in an upper right corner marginal block of four with plate no. 13 and sheet no. 54, a few marginal faults, the stamps fine unmounted mint. S.G. 137a, cat. 1,000+. Photo.
647 £220
Pacific Islands and Dependent Territories: New Guinea: 1915 Registration Labels surcharged G.R.I. 3d., letters with serifs, Kawieng, a vertical strip of four unused, fine. S.G. 42, cat. 600. Photo.
648 £520
Pacific Islands and Dependent Territories: Papua New Guinea: 1932-40 set of sixteen with an additional 6d. value, each in lower marginal horizontal pairs, all with Ash imprint, the odd minor tone spot on some lower values, otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. 130-45, cat. 750+. Photo.
649 £95
Nauru: German Administration: Marshall Islands 1901 10pf. (slightly thinned corner) with dated ms. cancellation ''Nauru/ 28/9/06'' type A; 5pf. (crease) with type C smudged ''Nauru'' and ''17/10/04'' additionally overstruck by Deutsche Seepost Sydney-Hong Kong ''26/10/04'' c.d.s. Photo.
650 £820
Nauru: German Administration: Marshall Islands 1901 3pf. to 5m. set of thirteen, some on small pieces, all cancelled type P.1 ''NAURU/MARSHALL-/INSELN'' c.d.s.'s with visible dates between 1911 and 1914, mainly fine and scarce. Photo.
652 £520
Nauru: German Administration: 1907 (Sept. 17) missionary cover carried by a German vessel to Jaluit, franked 10pf. with dated ms. endorsement ''Nauru/ 17/9/07'' and fine Sept. 21 arrival c.d.s. alongside, a few slight tears nevertheless clean and attractive. Photo.
653 £4500
Nauru: German Administration: 1908, the unique cancellation trial sheet headed ''Kaiserlicher Komissar/fr das/Schutzgebiet der Marschall-Inseln'' and bearing sixteen 5pf., eight 10pf. and four 20pf. Marshall Islands adhesives on the reverse individually cancelled by first day type P.1 ''NAURU/MARSHALL-/INSELN'' c.d.s.'s with ms. endorsement below ''The first stamps cancelled at Nauru Island/ Marshall Group/ 14/7/08/ (initials)''. A few minor stains but a most important item. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p. 30 and colour illustration). Photo.
654 £2200
Nauru: German Administration: 1909 (Jan. 9) envelope to Sydney franked Germania 10pf. pair cancelled by type P.1 c.d.s., with Jan. 23 arrival backstamp. Extremely rare (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p. 30 and illustration on p. 1). Photo.
655 £400
Nauru: German Administration: 1909, Marshall Islands 10pf. postal card written on board ''S.S. ''Ocean Queen'' moored off Nauru (Pleasant Island)'' on June 19, cancelled type P.1 June 22 c.d.s. and addressed to London with interesting message mentioning the phosphate workings, population, etc. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p. 2) Photo.
656 £750
Nauru: German Administration: 1909 (Nov. 7), German 2pf.+2pf. reply card used with added Marshall Islands 3pf. and 5pf. to Gembitz, cancelled type P.1 c.d.s.'s with arrival c.d.s. at left. Returned 1908 (Sept. 9) with added 3pf. from Opalenitza (Posen) to Nauru with Jaluit Nov. 24 transit and type P.1 Jan. 13 1909 arrival. Photo.
658 £350
Nauru: German Administration: 1910 incoming cover sent from the S.M.S. Scharnhorst, normally based at Tsingtau, registered from Apia, Samoa, Aug. 3 at 20pf. rate with fine type P.1 Oct. 11 arrival backstamp. A few stains and other faults but rare. Photo.
659 £270
Nauru: German Administration: 1911, Marshall Islands 5pf. postal card cancelled type P.1 c.d.s. of Apr. 8 and used to Berlin, scarce and attractive. Photo.
660 £420
Nauru: German Administration: 1913, p.p.c of Nauru natives in traditional dress, used to Berlin ''via Japan-Sibirian'' (Railway), franked Marsall Islands 5pf. tied by one of three good to fine strikes of Sept. 22 type P.1 c.d.s.; also part incoming cover from Ocean Island to Dr. Kretzschmas of the Pacific Phosphate Co., franked Gilbert and Ellice Is. 1/2d., 21/2d. and with fine ''27. 3/13'' type P.1 arrival; backstamp. Photo.
661 £450
Nauru: German Administration: 1913 (Oct. 2) p.p.c. of native girls with commemorative inscription commemorating the 25th anniversary of German annexation, franked Marshall Islands 10pf. cancelled type P.1 c.d.s. and used to Sydney. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p. 3) Photo.
662 £680
Nauru: German Administration: 1913 (Dec. 29) Pacific Phosphate Company Ltd. cover registered to Germany ''Via Ocean-Island (Gilbert Island Protecorate)/and Sydney - Australia'', franked with Marshall Islands 5pf. (3) and 25pf. cancelled by good to fine type P.1 c.d.s.'s, with etiquette no. 180 (type G.R.1) and backstamped Geithain (Leipzig) arrival datestamp of Mar. 7 1914. Photo.
663 £1350
Nauru: German Administration: 1914 (Jan. 16), a commercial cover registered to Sydney, franked with Marshall Islands 5pf. pair and 10pf. (3) cancelled by fine type P.1 c.d.s.'s, with etiquette no. 263 (type G.R.1) and backstamped Jan. 31 arrival, a few trivial imperfections but rare. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' illustration p. 4) Photo.
664 £780
Nauru: German Administration: 1914 (Feb. 28) Pacific Phosphate Company Ltd. cover registered to Glasgow, franked with Marshall Islands 3pf. pair, 5pf. and 40pf. (small stain) cancelled by fine type P.1 c.d.s.'s, with etiquette no. 420 (type G.R.1) and Apr. 20 arrival at left, straight line ''REGISTERED'' in purple at foot apparently added in transit at San Francisco. Extensive range of backstamps includes Kobe, Chiyo-Maru I.J. Seapost and New York. Photo.
667 £420
Nauru: Transitional Period 1915-16: 1915 (Apr. 8) p.p.c. of native hut by the central lagoon addressed to England, franked with N.W.P.I. 1d. well tied, with Sydney May 7 transit and censor's ms. ''Passed H.A. Lt.''. Photo.
668 £240
Nauru: Transitional Period 1915-16: 1915 (Aug. 24) envelope with Nauru embossed inscription on flap, addressed to England, franked with N.W.P.I. 1d. well tied by two type P.2 c.d.s.'s, with ms. ''Censored H.A. Lt.'' at left, backstamped Sydney transit and Grimsby Oct. 22 arrival. Photo.
669 £460
Nauru: Transitional Period 1915-16: 1915 (Dec. 4) envelope with Pacific Phosphate Co. inscription on flap deleted, addressed to Melbourne, franked with N.W.P.I. 1/2d. pair tied by fine single type P.2 c.d.s.'s, with censor's ms. ''Passed'' and initials at left. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' illustration p. 5) Photo.
670 £420
Nauru: Transitional Period 1915-16: 1915 incoming cover to Philip Saunders of the Pacific Phosphate Co, incorrectly addressed to ''Nauru Island (Caroline Group'', despatched from Manchester Sept. 1 franked 1d. only, the adhesive additionally tied by fine type P.2 Dec. 5 c.d.s. with red ''PASSED CENSOR/BRISBANE'' Nov. 8 transit at left, backstamped Yokohama Sept. 28, Hong Kong Oct. 9 and Thursday Island, a few trivial tone spots. Believed to be a unique example of routing via Japan. Photo.
671 £700
Nauru: Transitional Period 1915-16: 1916 (Aug. 23) registered cover to Melbourne bearing German New Guinea sucharged ''G.R.I.'' 2d. on 10pf., 2d. on 20pf. and O.S. 1d. on 3pf. tied by type P.2 c.d.s.'s with red ms. registration marking ''No. 1023'' at right, slight toning, attractive. B.P.A. certificate (1966) Photo.
672 £880
Nauru: Transitional Period 1915-16: A ''set'' of thirteeen N.W.P.I. values from 1/2d. to 1 (without 10s.), all cancelled fine central type P.2 c.d.s. of ''JA 28/17'', each on individual piece except 1, fine and scarce. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p. 5) Photo.
673 £900
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: Specimen Stamps: The ''Howard'' group comprising 1/2d. to 9d., nine values without 11/2d., each with sans-serif ''SPECIMEN'' handstamp (201/4 x 3mm.), also 1s., De La Rue 2s.6d. (showing traces of major re-entry [R. 2/1] from the Waterlow plate, Waterlow 5s. and 10s., each with type GB23 overprint, the 9d. straight edge at top, 10s. with slight surface marks, otherwise mainly good to fine without gum. (13) Unique, believed by Samuel to have originated from the private collection of Henry Howard of the stamp department of the Post Office. Photo.
674 £160
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: Specimen Stamps: The 1/2d., 1d., 21/2d. and 4d. without Specimen overprint, De La Rue 2s.6d. pale sepia Brown and Waterlow 10s. overprinted type GB23, all cancelled by circular handstamps of the Colonie du Gabon et du Congo Franais Scretariat-Gnral receiving postal authority, the 1d. and 10s. additionally showing some defacement. An almost certainly unique group. Photo.
675 £380
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: Specimen Stamps: 1s. bistre-brown horizontal strip of three, each overprinted type GB23, the left stamp with constant variety [R. 2/7] dropped clich, fine with gum. Rare, believed only three possible examples. S.G. 12s. Photo.
676 £1500
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: Specimen Stamps: Waterlow 5s. pale rose-carmine and 10s. indigo overprinted type GB23, the former with one pulled perf. at foot, otherwise fine with gum and scarce. S.G. 17s, 18s, cat. 2,500. Photo.
677 £780
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: Specimen Stamps: Waterlow 5s. rose-carmine overprinted type GB23, fine with gum. S.G. 17s, cat. 1,500. Photo.
678 £2000
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: Specimen Stamps: Waterlow 10s. indigo-blue overprinted type GB23 and additionally showing ''NAURU'' overprint double, one albino, fine with almost full gum. Rare, at most 12 examples considered possible and only three recorded. S.G. 18s var. Photo.
679 £1250
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: Specimen Stamps: Waterlow 10s. indigo-blue overprinted type GB23 and additionally showing ''NAURU'' overprint double, one albino, fine with gum. Rare, at most 12 examples considered possible and only three recorded. S.G. 18s var. B.P.A. certificate (1979) Photo.
680 £400
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: Specimen Stamps: De La Rue 2s.6d. deep sepia-brown overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' type GB23, fine with gum, also another shade a trifle gum toned and with some perf. imperfections. S.G. 19s, cat. 550. The former with B.P.A. certificate (2002). Photo.
681 £400
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: Specimen Stamps: De La Rue 2s.6d. deep sepia-brown and 5s. bright carmine, both overprinted type GB23, fine with gum. S.G. 19s, 22s, cat. 525. The 2s.6d. with B.P.A. certificate (2002). Photo.
682 £700
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: Specimen Stamps: De La Rue 2s.6d. deep sepia-brown overprinted type GB23 and additionally showing major re-entry [R. 2/1] from Waterlow plate, a few slightly short perfs., otherwise fine with gum and rare, perhaps only eight examples possible. S.G. 19s var. B.P.A. certificate (2002). Photo.
683 £240
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: Specimen Stamps: De La Rue 5s. bright carmine overprinted type GB23, fine with gum (some adhesions). S.G. 22s, cat. 250. Photo.
686 £1400
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: NPM Releases: 1/2d. (18 released), 1d. (18 released) and 21/2d. (20 released) blocks of four , Waterlow 5s. (6 released) and 10s. (6 released) singles, all with type 26 abnormal ''SPECIMEN'' overprint and without NPM underprint, mainly fine with full gum. (14) Photo.
687 | £350
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: NPM Releases: 1/2d. to 1s. set of eleven values, each with ''N/P/IMPRIMATUR'' underprint, fine with full gum. Between 10 and 22 examples of each of these values released.
688 | £300
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: NPM Releases: 1/2d. to 1s. set of eleven values, each with ''N/P/IMPRIMATUR'' underprint, fine with full gum. Between 10 and 22 examples of each of these values released.
689 | £260
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: NPM Releases: 1/2d. to 1s. set of eleven values, the 21/2d. with [R. 9/7] shaved ''N'' in ''NAURU'' constant variety, each with ''N/P/IMPRIMATUR'' underprint, fine with full gum. Between 10 and 22 examples of each of these values released.
691 £1550
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: NPM Releases: De La Rue 2s.6d. sepia-brown lower left corner marginal block of four, each with ''N/P/IMPRIMATUR'' underprint, fine with full gum. This constitutes the only four examples released. Photo.
694 | £240
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Used selection comprising Type I 1/2d. (4, one first batch with ''SE 2/16'' c.d.s.), 1d. scarlet (2, one used 1951 in G.B. with 1937 Coronation 11/2d. on piece), 1d. carmine-red (2), 11/2d., 2d. die II, 3d. (2), 4d., 5d., 6d., Type II 1d. (4), 11/2d. (8, two on piece), 2d. (5, one on piece), mainly fine. (33)
695 £190
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Type I 121/2mm. overprint at foot: Mainly fine used blocks of four of 1/2d., 1d. (2 shades, one J17 batch), 11/2d. (marginal at right), 2d. die I, 21/2d. (2 shades, one first batch and marginal with ''SE 2/16'' c.d.s.), 4d., 5d. and 6d., most on piece. (40)
700 £2500
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Type I 121/2mm. overprint at foot 2d. die I (I16 Control, Plate 3) variety watermark inverted and reversed, the unique control block of six, hinged and with slight bend in margins only. Scarce, two sheets only believed to exist (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p.40 and colour illustration) S.G. 4y. Photo.
701 £220
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Type I 121/2mm. overprint at foot 2d. die I (I16 Control, Plate 3) variety watermark inverted and reversed, an unmounted mint block of four, mainly fine. Scarce, two sheets only believed to exist (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p.40) S.G. 4y. Photo.
702 £110
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Type I 121/2mm. overprint at foot 2d. die I (I16 Control, Plate 3) variety watermark inverted and reversed, unmounted mint horizontal pair, marginal from the right of the sheet. Scarce, two sheets only believed to exist (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p.40) S.G. 4y.
703 £110
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Type I 121/2mm. overprint at foot 2d. die I (I16 Control, Plate 3) variety watermark inverted and reversed, unmounted mint horizontal pair, marginal from the left of the sheet. Scarce, two sheets only believed to exist (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p.40) S.G. 4y.
704 £55
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Type I 121/2mm. overprint at foot 2d. die I (I16 Control, Plate 3) variety watermark inverted and reversed, an unmounted mint example, marginal from the right of the sheet. Scarce, two sheets only believed to exist (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p.40) S.G. 4y
708 | £90
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Type II 131/2mm. overprint at centre 1/2d. to 2d. set of four, unmounted mint and used, mainly fine. (8) S.G. 13-16, cat. 230.
709 | £150
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Type II 131/2mm. overprint at centre 1/2d. to 2d. set of four, each in a block of four on piece (except 11/2d.) with central c.d.s., mainly fine. (16) S.G. 13-16, cat. 640+.
710 | £320
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: A mainly mint balance grouping incl. type 1 values to 1s. (6) with 1/2d. blocks of 18 and 25, block of four missing ''V'' in wmk., 1/2d. P20 (Imp) control single, 1d. carmine-red (7), 2d. die I double overprint, one albino, 2d. die I wmk. inverted and reversed (unmounted), 2d. die II (3), 21/2d. two blocks of four from scarce G15 first batch (one interpanneau proving panes not split before overprinting) and [R. 8/7-10/12] corner block showing three constant varieties, 9d. block of eight, type 2 set with 1/2d. and 1d. blocks of four, also examples of cancellation types, etc., mainly good to fine. (approx. 230)
711 £200
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 1/2d. yellow-green F15 control block of six, one with minor patch of adhesion, others unmounted, diagonal bend in margin, scarce (15 possible) (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' illustration p.8) Photo.
714 | £130
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 1/2d. H16, I16 (Imp, both) and (Perf), J17 (faintly toned), P20 and V23 (both) control blocks of six, mainly fine. (8 blocks)
715 £550
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 1d. pale scarlet F15 (Perf) control block of six, one [R. 10/12] with constant variety bevelled top to ''N'', four unmounted, fine and scarce (15 possible) (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' illustration p.8). Photo.
717 £1300
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 1d. pale scarlet F15 control block of nine, believed unique, incl. [R. 8/12] nick in ''N'' and [R. 10/12] bevelled top to ''N'' constant type varieties (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' colour illustration), mainly fine with seven unmounted. Photo.
718 | £230
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 1d. H16, I16, J17 (Imp) a few tiny tone spots on gum, J17 (Perf) and M19 control blocks of six, P20 control block of four, all with constant variety [R. 10/12] bevelled top to ''N'', mainly fine with most unmounted. (6 blocks)
721 £210
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 1d. carmine N19 (Pl. 75a) and 1d. scarlet P20 control blocks of six, [9/10] in the former with dot in first ''U'', the latter with [R. 9/10] breaks in both ''U'''s, both blocks with constant variety on [R. 10/12], mainly fine.
722 | £75
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 1d. scarlet V23 and type 2 1d. scarlet U23 control blocks of six, the former with R. [9/10] dot in first ''U'' and constant variety on [R. 10/12], mainly fine.
723 £230
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 11/2d. red-brown U23 control block of six, fine. Photo.
725 | £95
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 2d. die I H16, I16 (2, Plates 3 and 4, the latter with cut in line below second stamp) and J17 control blocks of six, mainly fine. (4 blocks)
726 £500
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 2d. orange die II V23 control block of six, fine. Photo.
728 £230
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 21/2d. ultramarine G15 control block of six, mint, odd wrinkle, otherwise fine and scarce (9 possible) (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' illustration p.8). Photo.
731 | £220
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 21/2d. ultramarine H16 (Perf) control block of six, trivial corner bend, otherwise fine with four unmounted. Rare, noted by Sampson in 1959 listing as unseen.
733 | £230
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 21/2d. dull blue I16 (Imp, Pl. 2c), 21/2d. blue (Imp, Pl. 3b) and 21/2d. ultramarine J17 control blocks of six, a few bends, otherwise mainly fine. (3 blocks)
734 | £150
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 3d. I16 (Imp, Pl. 2b, first batch), I16 (Imp, Pl. 2c), I16 (Perf., Pl. 2c with cut in line at left), J17 (Pl. 12a, both, one with Control touching rule), mainly fine. (5 blocks)
735 | £160
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 4d. H16 (Pl. 2d), I16 (Imp, Pl. 1e), J17 (Pl. 1e) control blocks of six, the I16 and J17 showing constant plate flaw [R. 9/2] break over ''O'' of ''FOUR'', odd bend or tone but mainly fine. (3 blocks)
736 £620
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 4d. deep slate-green rare I16 (Perf ) a new addition to Sampson's 1959 listing, 4d. slate-green (Imp) and 4d. deep slate-green J17 (Perf) control blocks of six, each with plate flaw break above ''O'' of ''FOUR'', mainly fine. Photo.
737 | £110
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 5d. yellow-brown H16 (Imp), H16 (Perf), I16 and J17 (Imp) control blocks of six, mainly fine. (4 blocks)
738 £400
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 5d. yellow-brown J17 (Perf) control block of six, fine, the lower strip unmounted. Rare, noted by Sampson in 1959 listing as unseen. Photo.
740 £720
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 6d. purple K17 (Imp) control block of six. Some slight gum toning but the only known example, a new addition to Sampson's 1959 listing. Photo.
741 | £95
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 9d. agate H16 control block of six, hinged in margins, only, fine.
742 | £220
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Controls: Type 1 1s., rare matching pair of upper right corner marginal blocks of six imperf. and perf. through margins respectively (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' colour plate illustration and p.9), mainly fine. This difference, together with differences in shade and overprint colour support the contention that the the 1s. was supplied within both the second and third batches. It is further noted that both blocks show [R. 1/12] break in final ''U'' but that the latter also has [R. 2/12] crooked ''A''. NB Controls for the 1s. are unknown, upper panes only having been overprinted.
744 | £300
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: Selection of varieties from Row 1 comprising [R. 1/3] thicker overprint on 1/2d., 1d., 2d. die I (2, incl. a marginal strip of three), 5d. (pair); [R. 1/6] letter variations on 1/2d. (10, incl. a marginal pair and strip of three blocks of four incl. marginal from both panes), 1d. scarlet (4, incl. a block of four), 1d. carmine-red (marginal block of four), 11/2d. (marginal unmounted), 2d. die I (strip of three), 2/12d. (2), 3d. (3), 4d., 5d. (strip of three), 6d. (2), 1s. (pair marginal unmounted), all mint, 1d., 2d. die I and 6d. (on piece) used; [R. 1/12] break in second ''U'' on 1/2d. (unmounted corner pair), 1s., 1d., 2d die I and 9d. (block of four on piece) used, mainly fine. (40 items)
745 | £290
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 1/6] malformations on ''N''. ''A'', R'' and ''U'' variable type varieties on (H16) 1/2d., 21/2d., 9d., 1s. (marginal pair), (I16) 1/2d., 1d., 3d., 4d., 6d. (marginal block of four), mint, (J17) 1/2d. (block of four) mint, 1d. (block of four) used, 2d. (marginal pair), 21/2d. (scarce interpanneau block of six), 4d., (N19) 1d., (P20) 1d. (marginal strip of four), (U23) 11/2d. (marginal pair), (V23) 1/2d. and 1d. pairs, 2d. die II block of four, each marginal, mint, mainly fine. (20 items)
746 | £90
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 1/8] The short ''N'' constant variety on 1/2d. (faint toning), 21/2d., 5d. (lower pane), 1s., each in a marginal horizontal pair, hinged in margins only, mainly fine. (4 items)
747 £350
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 1/8] The short ''N'' constant variety on 1/2d., 2d. die I, 2d. die II (lower pane), 21/2d. (2 shades), 3d., 4d., 5d. (2 shades, both lower pane), 6d., 9d. and 1s., each in a mint marginal horizontal pair, mainly fine with most hinged in margins only. (11 items) Photo.
748 £180
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 1/8] The short ''N'' constant variety on 1/2d., 1d. scarlet (marginal, upper pane), 1d. carmine-red, 11/2d., 2d. die I, 21/2d (marginal, lower pane), 6d. (marginal, upper pane), the upper right stamps in mint blocks of four also showing [R. 2/7] dropped clichs, odd bend, otherwise mainly fine with some unmounted. (7 items) Photo.
749 | £95
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 1/8] The short ''N'' variety on (F15) 1/2d. block of four and 1d. block of six, both marginal mint, mainly fine and scarce (only 30 of each possible), both also showing [2/7] without dropped clich, hinged in margins only and mainly fine. (2 items)
752 | £70
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 1/8] The short ''N'' constant variety on 1/2d., 1d. (2 shades, one scarce M19 batch), 3d., 9d., mint, fine. (5)
753 £680
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 1/8] The short ''N'' variety on 1/2d. (2 shades), 1d. (2 shades), 2d. die I, 3d., 4d., 6d., 9d., 1s. (2 shades), mainly fine and scarce in used condition. (11) Photo.
754 | £200
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 1/8] The short ''N'' constant variety on (H16) 1/2d., 1d., 2d. die I, 21/2d., 3d. (control I16 but with grey-black ink of H16 batch), 4d., 5d., 6d., 9d., 1s., mint, each in a horizontal pair except 21/2d. single, the 2d. and 4d. to 1s. marginal with stamps unmounted, mainly fine. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p. 52 with illustration) (10 items)
755 | £190
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 1/8] The short ''N'' constant variety on (I16) 1/2d., 1d., 2d. die I, 21/2d., 3d., 4d. and 5d., each in a horizontal pair, the 1/2d., 1d., 21/2d. and 3d. marginal with stamps unmounted, also 6d. single (part margin), 9d. and 1s. singles (both control H16 but with shiny jet-black ink of I16 batch), mint, mainly fine. (10 items)
757 £350
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 1/8] The short ''N'' constant variety on (P20) 1/2d. (marginal strip of three, stamps unmounted), 1d., (U23) 11/2d. (marginal pair, stamps unmounted), (V23) 1/2d. (block of four), 1d. (pair), 2d. die II (marginal strip of four, stamps unmounted), mainly fine. (6 items) Photo.
759 | £40
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 1/12] break in final ''U'' of ''NAURU'' variable type variety (H16) 21/2d. (pair) no break and 1s. (pair) first state, (J17) after cleaning and repair 1/2d. and 1d. pairs, 3d. (Pl. 12a) block of four also showing crooked ''A'' [R. 2/12]), (U23) 11/2d. final state, all mint corner marginal, and (N19) 1d. mint single with break, mainly fine. (7 items)
760 | £500
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: Selection of varieties from Rows 6-12 comprising [R. 6/3] broken leg to ''N'' on 1/2d. (4, incl. a pair), 1d. (3, incl. a block), 21/2d., 4d. (2), 5d., 6d., 9d. and 1s.; [R. 6/5] horseshoe ''U'' on 1/2d., 1d., 2d. die I (2, incl. a block), 21/2d. (2), 3d. (4, incl. a pair), 4d. (2, incl. a pair), 5d. (2, incl. a strip), 6d. (4), 9d., mint, 3d. used; [R. 7/1-3 or 8/1-3] varieties on 1/2d., 1d. (pair), 2d. die I, 3d., 4d. (2), 5d., 6d., mint, 1d. used; [R. 7/7 ?] dot in ''R'' on 1d. (3), 2d. die I, mint, 3d. used; [R. 7/10 ?] break on 1d. (block); [R. 8/1] break in second ''U'' 1/2d. (5, incl. a pair), 1d. (6, incl. a block), 2d. die I, 21/2d., 3d., 4d. (2), 5d. (2), 1s. (marginal block), mint, 1/2d. and 6d. on pieces, 1s., used; [R. 8/2] break in first ''U'' and ''R'' on 1/2d. (2), 1d. (4), 2d. (3, incl. marginal block of six), 21/2d. (2, incl. a pair), 3d. (4, incl. a block), 4d., 5d., mint, 1d. (2), 4d., 9d., used; [R. 8/3] breaks in ''A'' and second ''U'' on 1/2d., 21/2d., 4d. (marginal strip), 5d., 6d., 1s., mint, 1/2d., 6d., used; [R. 9/5 or 6] broken ''N'' and other states on 1d. (3, incl. marginal blocks from both panes), 21/2d., 3d., 4d. (pair), mint, 6d. used; [R. 9/9] nick in ''N'' on 1d. (2, incl. a marginal block), 3d., mint, 9d. used; [R. 9/10] breaks in both ''U'''s 2d., 21/2d. (3, incl. marginal pair), 4d., 1s., mint; [R. 10/1 ?] 1/2d., 1d.; [R. 10/4] break in second ''U'' on 1d. (3, incl. marginal strip), 2d. die I, 21/2d., 9d.; [R. 10/7] break in first ''U'' and ''R'' 1d. (2), 21/2d. pair and marginal strip), 3d., 6d. (2), 1s., mint, 3d., 1s. (on piece) used; [R. 10/8] break in ''R'' on 1/2d. (block), 2d. die I, 21/2d. (pair), 3d. (2), 4d. (2), 5d., 6d., 9d., mint, 6d. used, mostly fine. (148 items)
761 £150
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: Selection of varieties from Rows 2-5 comprising [R. 2/3] thick overprint on 1/2d. (3, incl. two blocks of four), 1d. (block of four), 11/2d., 2d. die I (5, incl. two pairs and a marginal strip of three), 21/2d. (2 pairs), 5d. (pair); [R. 2/5 ?] break in ''A'' on 2d. die I (2); [R. 2/12] crooked ''A'' on 1/2d., 4d., [R. 3/3] break in ''N'' on 1d. (2, incl. a pair), 2d. die I (marginal strip of three), 3d., 5d. (3), 6d., 1s., all mint; [R. 3/5] broken ''N'' and malformed ''A'' on 1/2d. mint (block of four and single unused, 1d. (4, incl. 2 pairs), 11/2d. (2), 2d. die I (2, incl. a pair), 21/2d. (3, incl. 2 pairs), 3d. (3, incl. 2 pairs), 4d. (2), 5d. (pair), mint, 1d., 2d. die I (on piece) used; [R. 4/3] break in first ''U'' and thicker second ''U'' on 1d., 2d. die I, 3d.; [R. 4/8 ?] break in ''A'' on 1d; [R. 5/5] break in ''A'' and broken second ''U'' in ''NAURU'' on 1d. (4, incl. a pair), 21/2d. (pair), 3d. (2), 4d., 5d. (strip of three) and 1s., mint, mainly fine. (60 items) Photo.
772 £450
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] The ''NAUP.U'' variety on the I16 control third batch, 6d. second state mint marginal block of six [R. 5/1-6/3] also incl. [R. 5/1] splayed ''A'' and [R. 6/3] broken ''N'', hinged on [R. 5/3] only, fine. S.G. 10, a, cat. 950+. Photo.
773 | £200
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: Selection of positional items relating to the ''NAUP.U'' variety, comprising (H16) 2d. die I pair [R. 6/2-6/3] in pair with broken ''N'', 4d. marginal block [R. 5/1-6/2] incl. [R. 5/1] splayed ''A'', (I16) 1/2d. marginal strip [R. 6/1-3] with broken ''N'' and 2d. die I marginal block [R. 6/1-7/2] incl. broken ''N'' and the ''NAUP.U'' variety, mint, mainly fine. (4 items)
774 £220
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] A selection of early or later states comprising 1d. (6, incl. a block of four and a marginal pair), 11/2d. (late state, unmounted marginal block of four also incl. splayed ''A'' [R. 5/1]), 21/2d. and 4d. (unmounted marginal strip of three), mint, mainly fine. (9 items) Photo.
775 | £210
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] Later controls, selection incl. adjacent varieties, comprising (J17) 1d. marginal strip of six [R. 6/1-6], 5d. marginal block [R. 5/1-6/2], (M19) 1d., (P20) 1d. block [5/1-6/2], mint, (V23) 1/2d. block [R. 6/2-7/3] used, mainly fine. (5 items)
776 £210
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] The ''NAUP.U'' variety on the I16 control third batch, 1/2d. first state marginal strip of three [R. 6/1-3] also incl. [R. 6/3] broken ''N'', slight bends, otherwise fresh and fine, hinged in margin only. S.G. 1, a, cat. 400+. Photo.
777 £240
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] The ''NAUP.U'' variety on the I16 control third batch, 1d. first state block of four [R. 5/1-6/2] also incl. [R. 5/1] splayed ''A'', hinged on [R. 5/2] only, fine. S.G. 2, a, cat. 650+. Photo.
778 £160
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] The ''NAUP.U'' variety on the I16 control third batch, 1d. mint, fine. S.G. 2a, cat. 650. Photo.
779 £90
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] The ''NAUP.U'' variety on the I16 control third batch, 2d. die I mint, fine. S.G. 4a, cat. 375. Photo.
780 £230
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] The ''NAUP.U'' variety on the I16 control third batch, 2d. die I second state marginal strip of three [R. 6/1-3] also incl. [R. 6/3] broken ''N'', hinged on [6/3] only, fine. S.G. 4, a, cat. 375+. Photo.
781 £380
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] The ''NAUP.U'' variety on the I16 control third batch, 2d. die I fine used. S.G. 4a, cat. 550. B.P.A. certificate (1978) Photo.
782 £170
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] The ''NAUP.U'' variety on the I16 control third batch, 21/2d. in an unmounted mint marginal block of four [R. 5/-6/2] also incl. splayed ''A'' [R. 5/1], fine. S.G. 6, a, cat. 425+. Photo.
783 £160
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] The ''NAUP.U'' variety on the I16 control third batch, 21/2d. second state strip of three [R. 6/1-3] also incl. [R. 6/3] broken ''N'', hinged on [R. 6/2] only, fine. S.G. 6, a, cat. 425+. Photo.
784 £420
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] The ''NAUP.U'' variety on the I16 control third batch, 21/2d., the variety on the upper stamp of a fine used vertical pair S.G. 6a, cat. 600. Photo.
785 £110
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] The ''NAUP.U'' variety on the I16 control third batch, 3d. in a lightly hinged horizontal pair with [R. 6/3] broken leg to ''N'', fine. S.G. 6, a, cat. 450+. Photo.
786 £100
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] The ''NAUP.U'' variety on the I16 control third batch, 3d. second state mint strip of three [R. 6/1-3] also incl. [R. 6/3] broken ''N'', slightly thinned on reverse but fine appearance. S.G. 7, a, cat. 450+.
787 £480
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] The ''NAUP.U'' variety on the I16 control third batch, 3d. fine used. S.G. 7a, cat. 650. B.P.A. certificate (1978) Photo.
788 £150
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] The ''NAUP.U'' variety on the I16 control third batch, 4d. second state mint strip of three [R. 6/1-3] also incl. [R. 6/3] broken ''N'', fine. S.G. 8, a, cat. 600+.
789 £720
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] The ''NAUP.U'' variety on the I16 control third batch, 4d. fine used. S.G. 8a, cat. 850. B.P.A. certificate (1978) Photo.
790 £650
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] The ''NAUP.U'' variety on the I16 control third batch, 5d. first state mint, fine. S.G. 9a, cat. 1,200. Photo.
791 £650
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 6/2] The ''NAUP.U'' variety on the I16 control third batch, 5d. mint, fine. S.G. 9a, cat. 1,200. Photo.
795 | £130
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 8/2] breaks in ''UR'' variable type varieties on (H16) 1/2d., 1d., 2d. die I (pair), 21/2d., 3d. (I16 but from H16 batch), 9d., 1s., I16 1/2d., 1d. (block of four [R. 7/1-8/2] with breaks), 2d. die I, 21/2d., 3d., 4d., 5d., 6d., 9d. (pair with [R. 8/1], H16 but I16 batch); Also [R. 8/3] breaks in ''A'' and second ''U'' on (H16) 5d. (block of four), 6d., 9d. (pair), 1s., I16 1/2d., 3d. and 5d. in pairs with [R. 8/1], 2d. die I, 21/2d., 5d. and 1s. (pair), all mint, 1d. (vertical pair) and 4d. (on piece) used, mainly fine. (29 items)
799 | £30
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 9/5] broken ''R'' variable type variety on (I16) 1/2d., 3d., 5d., with 4d. and 6d. in blocks of four also showing [9/6] broken ''N'', (J17) 1d., 21/2d. (block of six incl. [R. 9/6], mint, mainly fine. (7 items)
802 £180
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 9/7] shaved ''N'' constant variety on 11/2d., 2d. dies I and II and 3d., all used, mainly fine. (4) Photo.
805 | £170
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Typewear Varieties on Type 1 121/2mm. Overprint: [R. 10/12] bevelled top to ''N'' of ''NAURU'' constant variety on 1d. (2, incl. a block of four, 2d. die I, 3d., 6d., 9d. and 1s. used, mainly fine. (7 items)
806 | £170
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 1/2d., 1d. carmine-red [R. 6/5] with breaks in ''A'' and second ''U'' of ''NAURU'' (small stain at top), 2d. die I, 3d., 4d. (minor tone spot on gum), mint, mostly fine. (5)
807 | £130
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 1/2d. (H16) variety double overprint, one albino, a block of four, marginal from the top of the upper pane with albino 6mm. clear above normal, hinged in margin only, fine. S.G. 1b, cat. 240+.
809 | £110
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 1/2d. (I16) variety double overprint, one albino, a block of four, corner marginal from the upper left of the lower pane with albino 1mm. clear above normal, hinged in margin only, mainly fine. S.G. 1b, cat. 240+.
810 £290
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 1/2d. (I16) variety double overprint, one albino, the block of four, marginal from the top of the lower pane [R. 1/7-2/8] with albino 1mm. clear above normal and showing both short ''N'' and dropped clich varieties, hinged in margin only, fine and unique. S.G. 1b, vars. Photo.
812 £230
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 1/2d. variety double overprint, one albino, V23 control block of four, corner marginal from the lower left corner of the lower pane with closely coincident albino and additionally showing offset, hinged in margin only, mainly fine and almost certainly unique. S.G. 1b. Photo.
813 £75
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 1/2d. (V23) variety double overprint, one albino, lightly hinged marginal single [R. 5/1] with closely coincident albino and additionally showing offset, also displaying constant letter variety splayed ''A'', fine and unique. S.G. 1b var. Photo.
814 £150
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 1/2d. (I16) variety triple overprint, two albino, positioned with the albinos at top, close but separate from each other (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p. 77-8), mint, fine. S.G. 1c. Photo.
815 £150
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 1/2d. (I16) variety triple overprint, two albino, a different ''setting'', the albinos widely spaced from each other, mint, fine (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p. 77-8). S.G. 1c. Photo.
816 £250
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 1d. carmine-red (N19), variety double overprint, one albino, [R. 1/8] showing short ''N'' constant letter variety, mint, fine and rare (believed only two possible examples). S.G. 2bb var. Photo.
817 £300
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 1d. carmine-red (V23) variety double overprint, one albino, corner marginal single [R. 10/12] with constant letter variety bevelled top to ''N'' of ''NAURU'', lightly hinged, trivial bend at top, otherwise fine and unique. S.G. 2bb var. Photo.
818 £550
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 1d. carmine-red variety double overprint, one albino, N19 mint control pair, marginal from the foot of the lower pane, one unmounted with slight bend at top, otherwise fine and unique. S.G. 2bb. Photo.
819 | £50
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 2d. die I (H16) and 21/2d. (G15), both variety double overprint, one albino, mint, the 21/2d. with one faintly toned corner perf., otherwise fine. S.G. 4b, 6b, cat. 335.
820 £500
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 2d. die I (H16), variety double overprint, one albino, horizontal pair [R. 1/8-9], marginal from the top of the lower pane, the left hand stamp showing short ''N'' constant letter variety, hinged in margin only, one of two possible. S.G. 4b, var. Photo.
821 £210
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 2d. die I (H16) variety double overprint, one albino, mint single [R. 1/8] showing short ''N'' constant letter variety, fine and rare (one of two possible). S.G. 4b var. Photo.
822 £90
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 21/2d. (G15) variety double overprint, one albino, mint marginal single from the top of the upper pane, trivial mark on gum, otherwise fine and fresh. S.G. 6b, cat. 225. Photo.
823 £180
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 3d. (I16), variety double overprint, one albino, mint, fine. S.G. 7b, cat. 275. Photo.
824 £420
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 3d. (I16, grey-black ink of H16 batch), variety double overprint, one albino, horizontal pair [R. 1/7-8], the right hand stamp showing short ''N'' constant letter variety, mint, fine and believed unique. S.G. 7b, var. Photo.
825 £90
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 4d. (J17) variety double overprint, one albino, mint, fine. S.G. 8b, cat. 225. Photo.
826 £110
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 4d. (J17), variety double overprint, one albino, mint, fine. S.G. 8b, cat. 225. Photo.
827 £190
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 5d. (H16), variety double overprint, one albino, [R. 1/8] showing short ''N'' constant letter variety, mint, fine and rare (only two possible examples). S.G. 9b, var. Photo.
829 £190
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 5d. (H16) variety double overprint, one albino, and additionally showing constant letter variety nicks in ''NAURU'' [R. 4/7], mint, fine. S.G. 9b var. Photo.
830 £180
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 6d. (H16), variety double overprint, one albino, mint, fine. S.G. 10b, cat. 275. Photo.
831 £180
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 9d. (H16), variety double overprint, one albino, mint, fine. S.G. 11a, cat. 275. R.P.S. certificate (1958) Photo.
832 £450
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 9d. (H16), variety double overprint, one albino, horizontal pair [R. 1/7-8], the right hand stamp showing short ''N'' constant letter variety, mint, fine and unique. S.G. 11a, var. Photo.
833 £150
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 1s. (H16) variety double overprint, one albino, lightly hinged, two perfs. a trifle short at left, otherwise fine. S.G. 12a, cat. 325. Photo.
834 £240
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 1 1s. (H16), variety double overprint, one albino, mint, fine. S.G. 12a, cat. 325. Photo.
835 £170
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The 1/2d. to 1s.Values: Albino Overprint Varieties: Type 2 11/2d. (U23) variety double overprint, one albino, mint, fine. S.G. 15a, cat. 160. Photo.
836 £1450
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Waterlow 5s. rose-carmine, an example from the left of the sheet, margin rejoined and trivial horizontal bend at foot, otherwise fine. Scarce, 120 possible examples mint or used. S.G. 17, cat. 2,250. B.P.A. certificate (1940) Photo.
837 £1400
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Waterlow 5s. rose-carmine, used, fine and scarce. S.G. 17, cat. 1,600. Photo.
838 £7000
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Waterlow 10s. indigo-blue, the higher setting, mint, slight bends and top right corner perf. a little short, otherwise fine. Scarce, 60 possible examples mint or used. S.G. 18, cat. 8,000. B.P.A. certificate (1947) Photo.
839 £2700
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Waterlow 10s. indigo-blue, the higher setting, small part margin at top, used with ''NO 28/16 (?)'' c.d.s., horizontal bend and one short perf. at lower right. Scarce, 60 possible examples mint or used. S.G. 18, cat. 4,750. Photo.
840 £3500
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Waterlow 10s. indigo-blue, the lower setting, fine used with ''SE 2/16'' c.d.s. Scarce, 60 possible examples mint or used. S.G. 18, cat. 4,750. Photo.
842 | £780
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 2s.6d., the mint selection of reference shades, incl scarce yellow-brown with yellowish-green UV reaction, and chestnut brown (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p. 70), varying degrees of plate wear, odd item with light gum toning, otherwise mostly fine. (22)
843 £4000
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 2s.6d. sepia-brown, unique block of four [R. 8/3-9/4] from the first batch of 60 adhesives (16 only in this shade) c.t.o. by two superb strikes of ''SE 2/16'', mainly fine. S.G. 19, cat. 3,200+. R.P.S. certificate (2003) ''deep brown''. Photo.
844 £1100
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 2s.6d. sepia-brown vertical pair [R. 6/4, 7/4] from the first batch of 60 adhesives (16 only in this shade) c.t.o. central ''SE 2/16'' c.d.s., the margin at right rejoined, otherwise mainly fine. S.G. 19, cat. 1,600. R.P.S. certificate (2003) ''deep brown''. Photo.
845 £1100
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 2s.6d. sepia-brown [R. 6/3] from the first batch of 60 adhesives (16 only in this shade) c.t.o., fine. S.G. 19, cat. 800. R.P.S. certificate (2003) ''deep brown''. Photo.
846 £850
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 2s.6d. sepia-brown [R. 6/3] from the first batch of 60 adhesives (16 only in this shade) c.t.o. ''SE 2/16'', fine. S.G. 19, cat. 800. R.P.S. certificate (2003) ''deep brown''. Photo.
847 £300
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 2s.6d. sepia-brown [R. 10/4] from the first batch of 60 adhesives (16 only in this shade) c.t.o. ''SE 2/16'', slight surface soiling, otherwise fine. S.G. 19, cat. 800. R.P.S. certificate (2003) ''deep brown''. Photo.
848 £420
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 2s.6d. pale sepia-brown, mint vertical pair, slightest of overall gum toning, otherwise fine. S.G. 19, cat. 1,200. B.P.A. certificate (1964) ''brown''. Photo.
850 £210
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 2s.6d. pale sepia-brown, mint, slight overall gum toning, otherwise fine. S.G. 19, cat. 600. B.P.A. certificate (1979) ''brown''. Photo.
851 £150
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 2s.6d. pale sepia-brown, mint, slightest of overall gum toning, otherwise fine. S.G. 19, cat. 600. B.P.A. certificate (1979) ''brown''. Photo.
852 £150
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 2s.6d. pale sepia-brown, mint, fine. S.G. 19. B.P.A. certificate (1979) ''brown''. Photo.
853 £550
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 2s.6d. yellow-brown [R. 9/3-10/4] lower right corner marginal block of four, [R. 9/4] showing broken top to ''N'' and second ''U'', the only typewear noted on the overprinted Seahorses (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p. 66), unmounted mint, slight bend in right pair, otherwise fine. S.G. 20, cat. 260+. Photo.
854 £150
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 2s.6d. yellow-brown, an unmounted mint block of four, odd trivial bend or shortish perf., otherwise fine. S.G. 20. Photo.
855 | £220
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 2s.6d. yellow-brown and 2s.6d. brown, [R. 1/3-4] matching upper right corner marginal pairs, the latter with minor diagonal bend, otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. 20, 21, cat. 270+.
856 £120
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 2s.6d. and 5s. used on piece with 9d. and 1s., tied by ''JE 15/18'' c.d.s.'s, fine. Photo.
857 | £110
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 2s.6d. tied to piece by ''AU 2/18'' c.d.s., 2s.6d. brown used (2, one slight perf. irregularities, the other toned). S.G. 20, 21, cat. 300
858 £220
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 2s.6d. chestnut brown, the only known used example of this shade, cancelled in 1928 by type P.4 c.d.s. (month slug error ''1 MO''), also 2s.6d. yellow-brown (slight perf. irregularities) tied to piece by ''DE 2/17'' c.d.s. (2 items) Photo.
859 £5000
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 2s.6d. brown showing major re-entry [(Waterlow Pl.2), R. 2/1], mint, fine. The only recorded example. S.G. 21a, unpriced. Photo.
860 £3000
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 5s. carmine, matching lower left and lower right corner marginal fine mint blocks of four reunited from the same sheet, [R. 9/4] showing split in left hand top serif of ''N'' of ''NAURU'' (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p. 66 and 71) S.G. 22. Photo.
861 £920
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 5s. carmine, an unmounted mint marginal block of four [R. 6/1-7/2], fine. S.G. 22. Photo.
862 | £260
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 5s. bright carmine, four lightly hinged or unmounted examples with slight shade variations, mainly fine. S.G. 22.
863 £100
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 5s. bright carmine, two very lightly hinged examples, one [R. 8/1?] showing strengthening of left frame line, another [R. 3/1?] with ''splitting'' of frame line at left, both centred high otherwise mainly fine. S.G. 22 vars.
864 £220
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 5s. carmine, a mint ''flap-print'' example with diffusion of printing ink resulting in a rich rosine appearance, centred high, otherwise fine and attractive. S.G. 22 var. Photo.
865 | £210
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 5s. bright carmine, three shade variations cancelled ''FE 18/19'', ''NO 12/19'' and ''DE 10/19'' respectively, the first two on pieces, mainly fine. S.G. 22
866 | £200
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 5s. carmine, three distinct shade variations from bright to pale, used, mainly fine. S.G. 22
867 £6000
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 10s. pale blue, matching lower left and lower right fine mint corner marginal blocks of four reunited from the same sheet, the left hand block showing the overprinting clichs dropped out of alignment and sloping to the left (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' pp. 70-71) S.G. 22. Photo.
868 £2100
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 10s. pale blue, a fresh marginal block of four [R. 4/1-5/2], very lightly hinged on upper pair only, the lower right stamp with trivial corner bend, otherwise fine and scarce. S.G. 23. Photo.
869 £4500
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 10s. deep bright blue, fresh mint lower left corner marginal block of four, the lower pair unmounted. S.G. 23c. Photo.
870 £380
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 10s. deep bright blue, mint, slightest of bends, otherwise fine and fresh with excellent centring. S.G. 23c. Photo.
872 £250
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 10s. deep bright blue, mint, fine. S.G. 23c. Photo.
873 £250
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 10s. deep bright blue, lightly hinged, fine. S.G. 23c. Photo.
874 £200
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 10s. deep bright blue, lightly hinged, fine and fresh. S.G. 23c. Photo.
876 £300
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: De La Rue 10s. deep bright blue, lightly cancelled ''NO 12/19'', fine. S.G. 23c. Photo.
877 £4500
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Bradbury, Wilkinson 2s.6d. chocolate-brown [Pl. 6, R. 1/1-4/4] the upper four rows of the sheet showing [R. 1/4] and [R. 2/4] re-entries, unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 24, cat. 1,440+. Photo.
878 £500
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Bradbury, Wilkinson 2s.6d. chocolate-brown [R. 9/3-10/4] lower right corner marginal block of four, [R. 9/4] showing broken top to ''N'' and second ''U'' repaired, the only typewear noted on the overprinted Seahorses (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p. 66), one with small patch of adhesion, otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. 24, cat. 360+. Photo.
879 | £160
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Bradbury, Wilkinson 2s.6d. chocolate-brown [R. 10/1-4] the lower row of the sheet with margins, the centre cross revealing 1mm. misalignment, mint, one with gum wrinkle.. S.G. 24, cat. 360+.
880 | £130
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Bradbury, Wilkinson 2s.6d. chocolate-brown, four mint examples, one with fresh entries [Pl. 6, R. 1/4], odd bend, otherwise mainly fine.
881 £200
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Bradbury, Wilkinson 2s.6d. chocolate-brown, three items showing Plate 6 fresh entries with two including listed re-entry [R. 1/4] (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' illustration p. 73) an upper left corner pair [R. 1/1-2], adjoining upper right corner pair [R. 1/3-4] and [R. 1/4] single, mint, mainly fine.
882 | £100
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Bradbury, Wilkinson 2s.6d. chocolate-brown, two used shades, one on piece (trivial surface mark), fresh. S.G. 24, cat. 280.
883 | £220
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Bradbury, Wilkinson 2s.6d. chocolate-brown tied by ''DE 13/20'' c.d.s. to piece, 2s.6d. grey-brown [Pl. 6, R. 3/2] cancelled ''DE 6(?)/19'', odd shortish perf., otherwise fine. S.G. 24, 25, cat. 260.
884 £2300
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Bradbury, Wilkinson 2s.6d. pale brown [Pl. 6, R. 1/1-2/4] the upper two rows of the sheet showing [R. 1/4] and [R. 2/4] major re-entries, lightly hinged in margins only, fine. S.G. 25, vars. Photo.
885 £1800
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Bradbury, Wilkinson 2s.6d. pale brown [Pl. 11, R. 1/3-2/4] upper right corner marginal block of four giving the appearance of being on ''ribbed'' or ''laid'' paper and showing [R. 1/4] and [R. 2/4] major re-entries, lightly hinged in margins only, fine. S.G. 25, vars. Photo.
886 £1500
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Bradbury, Wilkinson 2s.6d. grey brown [Pl. 11, R. 1/1-4/2] corner marginal block of eight giving the appearance of being on ''ribbed'' or ''laid'' paper, slight perf. imperfections at foot, otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. 25, cat. 640+. Photo.
887 | £80
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Bradbury, Wilkinson 2s.6d. pale brown, three mint examples, mainly fine. S.G. 25, cat. 240.
888 £9000
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: Waterlow 10s. indigo-blue, variety overprint double, one albino, mint, centred right, trivial vertical bend otherwise fine. Rare, just twelve possible. S.G. 18a, cat. 9,000. B.P.A. certificate (1966) Photo.
889 £7000
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: De La Rue 2s.6d. pale sepia-brown [R. 1/1-2/2], variety overprint double, one albino, the unique corner marginal mint block of four, some creasing of upper margin, partially rejoined and other gum imperfections, nevertheless attractive. Twelve examples possible. S.G. 19a, cat. 5,600+. B.P.A. certificate (1979). Photo.
890 £1500
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: De La Rue 2s.6d. pale sepia-brown [R. 3/3], variety overprint double, one albino, mint, fine. Twelve examples possible. S.G. 19a, cat. 1,400. B.P.A. certificate (1979) ''brown''. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' illustration p. 82). Photo.
891 £1500
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: De La Rue 2s.6d. pale sepia-brown [R. 5/4], variety overprint treble, two albino, marginal mint, fine. Eight examples possible. S.G. 19b, cat. 1,500. B.P.A. certificate. (1979, mentioning a second albino overprint only) (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' illustration p. 82). Photo.
892 £1500
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: De La Rue 2s.6d. pale sepia-brown [R. 4/3], variety overprint treble, two albino, mint, fine. Eight examples possible. S.G. 19b, cat. 1,500. B.P.A. certificate (1979). (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' illustration p. 82). Photo.
893 £1200
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: De La Rue 2s.6d. pale sepia-brown [R. 4/4], variety overprint treble, two albino, marginal mint, fine. Eight examples possible. S.G. 19b, cat. 1,500. R.P.S. certificate (1970). (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' illustration p. 82). Photo.
894 £1100
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: De La Rue 2s.6d. pale sepia-brown, variety overprint treble, two albino, mint, mint, fine. Eight examples possible. S.G. 19b, cat. 1,500. B.P.A. certificate (1979). Photo.
895 £750
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: De La Rue 2s.6d. pale sepia-brown, variety overprint treble, two albino, mint, the slightest of overall gum toning, otherwise fine. Eight examples possible. S.G. 19b, cat. 1,500. B.P.A. certificate (1979). Photo.
896 £500
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: De La Rue 2s.6d. pale sepia-brown, variety overprint treble, two albino, mint, the slightest of overall gum toning, otherwise fine. Eight examples possible. S.G. 19b, cat. 1,500. B.P.A. certificate (1968). Photo.
897 £4500
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: De La Rue 2s.6d. deep sepia-brown, the unique marginal pair [R. 1/1-2] (the right stamp with characteristic vertical row 2 ''A'' flaw'', variety overprint treble, two albino, unmounted mint, fine. Only four examples of this shade have been identified, this pair, the following lot, and a fourth stamp in the Royal collection. S.G. 19b, cat. 3,000+. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' pp. 79-80) Photo.
898 £750
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: De La Rue 2s.6d. deep sepia-brown [R. 2/2] with characteristic vertical row 2 ''A'' flaw'', variety overprint treble, two albino, lightly hinged, fine. Only four examples of this shade have been identified, this single, the preceding pair, and a fourth stamp in the Royal collection. S.G. 19b, cat. 1,500+. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' pp. 79-80) Photo.
899 £850
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: De La Rue 5s. pale carmine, variety overprint treble, two albino, mint, centred right, trivial vertical bend otherwise fine. Rare, two examples recorded. S.G. 22a, cat. 750. Photo.
900 £750
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: 5s. carmine variety overprint treble, two albino, a ''flap-print'' example with diffusion of printing ink resulting in a rich rosine appearance, mint, fine and attractive, one of eight possible. S.G. 22a var. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p. 80) Photo.
901 £2900
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: De La Rue 10s. pale blue from vertical row 3, variety overprint treble, red, black and albino, mint, centred right, fine. Rare, only 5-6 examples recorded. S.G. 23a, cat. 2,500. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' pp. 80-1) Photo.
902 £2000
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: De La Rue 10s. pale blue from vertical row 4, variety overprint treble, red, black and albino, mint, centred right, trivial vertical bend otherwise fine. Rare, only 5-6 examples recorded. S.G. 23a, cat. 2,500. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' pp. 80-1) Photo.
903 £2000
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: De La Rue 10s. pale blue from vertical row 4, variety overprint treble, red, black and albino, mint, centred right, trivial vertical bend otherwise fine. Rare, only 5-6 examples recorded. S.G. 23a, cat. 2,500. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' pp. 80-1) Photo.
904 £480
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: De La Rue 10s. pale blue, variety double overprint, one albino, lightly hinged, fine and rare (12 possible). S.G. 23b. Photo.
905 £210
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: Bradbury, Wilkinson 2s.6d. chocolate brown, variety overprint double, one albino, mint, light diagonal bends, otherwise fine and fresh. Believed only ten examples possible (excluding two additionally showing re-entries). S.G. 24b, cat. 400. Photo.
906 £230
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: Bradbury 2s.6d. chocolate brown, variety double overprint, one albino, lightly hinged, some bends otherwise fine and rare (approx. 10 possible). S.G. 23b. Photo.
907 £400
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: Bradbury, Wilkinson 2s.6d. chocolate brown upper marginal [R. 1/4] with Pl. 6 major fresh entries, variety overprint double, one albino, hinged in margin only, light diagonal bends, otherwise fine and unique. S.G. 24b var. B.P.A. certificate (1968) not mentioning re-entry. Photo.
908 £450
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: The Seahorses: Albino Overprint Varieties: Bradbury, Wilkinson 2s.6d. chocolate brown [R. 2/4] with Pl. 6 major fresh entries, variety overprint double, one albino, mint, fine and unique. S.G. 24b var. B.P.A. certificate (1964) ''grey-brown'' not mentioning re-entry. Photo.
909 | £120
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: Forgeries and Fakes: A ''set'' of ten values from 1/2d. to 1s. with forged overprints, ''mint'', the faked overprint slightly larger with thinner letters (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' pp. 85-86)
910 | £140
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: Forgeries and Fakes: A ''set'' of ten values from 1/2d. to 1s. ''used'' with forged overprints and faked cancellations, the faked overprint slightly larger with thinner letters, the ''cancellation'' type F.2 ''JA 7/17'' - a 18mm. version of type P.2 (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p. 86), each on small piece except 2d., mainly fine.
911 £220
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: Forgeries and Fakes: A ''set'' of three Seahorse De La Rue values, ''used'' with faked type F.3 ''AP 12/17'' cancellations (a little indistinct on 2s.6d. and 10s. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p. 87), mainly fine and the only examples seen. Photo.
912 | £220
Nauru: G.B. Stamps Overprinted 1916-23: Forgeries and Fakes: A duplicated selection incl. forged overprint ''mint'' values to 6d., ''used'' values to 1s., type F.2 fake ''cancellations'' on normal 1d. to 9d., also a range of cruder fakes on values to 2s.6d. (2), 5s. (2) and, rather optimistically, a re-engraved 10s., and a few genuine, poor to fine (66)
913 £700
Nauru: Later Issues: 1923 S.S. Century 1d. printer's proof in deep green, close to issued colour, imperf. on wove paper with fixing pinhole in margin at upper left. Also the issued 1d. in marginal imprint block of eight. Photo.
914 £22000
Nauru: Later Issues: 1937-48 shiny paper 21/2d. dull blue vertical pair variety imperf. between, tiny stain on reverse of lower stamp's margin at left mentioned for accuracy only, otherwise fine used and one of only twelve possible examples either mint or used. S.G. 30Ba, cat. 6,000. Photo.
915 £7000
Nauru: Later Issues: 1937-48 shiny paper 21/2d. dull blue, a mint horizontal pair variety imperf. between, lightly hinged, fine. One of only ten possible examples either mint or used. S.G. 30Bb, cat. 6,000. Photo.
916 £22000
Nauru: Later Issues: 1937-48 shiny paper 21/2d. dull blue horizontal pair variety imperf. between, used, fine. One of only ten possible examples either mint or used. S.G. 30Bb, cat. 6,000. Photo.
917 £1050
Nauru: Later Issues: Selection of 28 from 1935 to 1947, incl. 1935 Silver Jubilee 2d. pair with variety imperf. between stamp and margin at left (rare, only ten examples possible), 1937 Coronation imprint blocks and 21/2d. re-entry (toned) mint, etc. Photo.
918 £1500
Nauru: Covers 1916 to 1950: 1916 (Oct. 7) registered cover to Skipton, redirected to Sheffield, with ms. registration marking in red (type R.1) and bearing 1/2d., 1d., 21/2d., 2s.6d. and 5s. tied by type P.2 c.d.s.'s with Skipton Dec. 30 below and backstamped Sydney and London transits, 5s. small bend at top and the faintest of staining, first day of usage and rare. Photo.
919 £190
Nauru: Covers 1916 to 1950: 1917 (Feb. 15) registered cover to Melbourne bearing unoverprinted Australia 1915 9d. 'roo tied by light type P.2 c.d.s., possibly ''par complaisance'', with handstruck type R.2 marking in purple at left and backstamped Mar. 1 Sydney transit. Photo.
920 £75
Nauru: Covers 1916 to 1950: 1917 (May 14) official envelope (unoverprinted but with embossed arms on flap) commercially used to London with single 1d. (apparently second batch Control H16 judged by colour of overprinting ink) type by light type P.2 c.d.s. and with Sydney machine transit on reverse. Photo.
923 £450
Nauru: Covers 1916 to 1950: 1921 cover registered from Vienna (Oct. 17), franked 1k., 4k., 5k., 10k., addressed to the ''Jaluit Gesellschft/Nauru'' and consequently undelivered, showing the only recorded use of straight line ''RETURN TO SENDER'' (on both sides) with handstruck type 3 registration marking (numbered ''50'') backstamp, all in violet. Copenhagen (Oct. 17), Rabaul (Jan. 10), Sydney (Jan. 18), Melbourne (Mar. 3) and London (Apr. 16 datestamps, all on reverse. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' p. 32 and colour illustration). Photo.
925 £420
Nauru: Covers 1916 to 1950: Maritime Mail: Undated cover to Newcastle, N.S.W., franked 1924-34 1/2d. strip of three cancelled by two strikes of straight line ''S.S. ''NAURU CHIEF''''; also 1953 (July) cover to England franked 1937-48 3d. tied by Paquebot Sydney c.d.s. with faint blue boxed cachet of S.S. Triona at left and ms. ''Posted aboard''. (2 items) Photo.
926 £240
Nauru: Covers 1916 to 1950: 1924 (Mar. 6) envelope to Vancouver franked by type II (131/2mm.) overprint 11/2d. pair tied by P.3 c.d.s. one week before issue of the S.S. Century definitives, with receiver's datestamp of Apr. 25 at lower right. Photo.
927 | £120
Nauru: Covers 1916 to 1950: 1928 (Nov. 8) cover to Huddersfield franked 1924-34 1/2d., 1d., tied by type P.4 c.d.s.'s; 1941 (Oct. 6 censored cover to Hobart franked 1937-48 11/2d. (slight creasing) cancelled type P.5 with boxed type C.3 ''PASSED BY/CENSOR/NAURU'' in violet at left. (2 items)
931 £220
Nauru: Covers 1916 to 1950: 1942 (Feb. 12) official cover registered to England, franked 1937-47 1d., 11/2d., 2d., cancelled type P.6 c.d.s.'s and with type R.5 registration etiquette (latest recorded use), censor label and handstamp added at Sydney (backstamped Mar. 10). Photo.
933 £60
Nauru: Covers 1916 to 1950: 1950 (Sept. 28) cover locally used within Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, franked with Nauru overprint 1/2d. and 1d., as, without overprinted surcharge, these being valid for use in their country of origin until demonetisation. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' illustration p. 84) Photo.
935 £80
Nauru: Official Mail: 1916 (Apr. 29) O.H.B.M.S. envelope, produced by Turner & Henderson of Sydney probably for use by Occupation forces in the Pacific region, addressed to Warrington with type P.2 c.d.s. of May 11 and oval ''OFFICIAL/FREE/POSTAGE'' cachet (type O.1) in grey-blue. Photo.
939 £80
Nauru: Official Mail: 1922 (Nov. 28) O.H.M.S. cover to Birmingham with enclosure, showing fine strike of ''OFFICIAL/FREE/POSTAGE'' type O.1 cachet in red with type P.3 c.d.s. alongside, slight stains. (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' illustration p. 38) Photo.
940 £80
Nauru: Official Mail: 1928 (Jan. 23) O.H.M.S. cover registered to California with enclosure, with registration label type R.4, Official Paid c.d.s. showing ''21/2D'' inserted after date (see ''Nauru 1915 to 1923'' illustration p. 34. The insertion of the 21/2d. is believed to have been included to comply with U.P.U. rules which might have led the U.S. authorities to reject the item as failing to display evidence of payment of postage and registration fee). Backstamped Sydney, San Francisco and Long Beach Mar. 31 arrival datestamps. Photo.
943 £620
New Zealand: 1852 (Apr. 13) wrapper to The Commissioner of Crown Lands in Wellington, rated ''2'' with ms. ''paid'' and good strike of scarce ''PAID/AT/PETRE NEW ZEALAND'' crowned circle in red, fine Apr. 16 arrival at lower left and backstamped Petre Apr. 13 despatch. S.G. CC5, cat. 1,300. Photo.
944 £350
New Zealand: 1855 (June 29) entire from Port Victoria to England, rated ''6'' and with good strike of ''PAID/AT/PORT VICTORIA NEW ZEALAND'' crowned circle in red (struck over addressee's name and with ink mark at top), backstamped with despatch, Nov. 28 ''AUSTRALIA/PACKET/LIVERPOOL'' and Penrith transit datestamps. S.G. CC6, cat. 1,100. Photo.
945 £110
New Zealand: 1857 (May 6) stained entire letter from Wanganui to Wellington, franked by blued paper 2d. (defective, the upper right corner damaged, good to large margins other sides touching adjoining stamp at foot), May 9 arrival alongside and backstamped Petre May 7 transit. Photo.
946 | £350
New Zealand: 1864-72, four items comprising 1864 (May 13) front with 2d. (touched at top) from Christchurch to Akaroa; (Oct. 5) cover ''Posted at Hinds Point'' franked Hokianga crown in oval and franked 2d. (good to large margins); 1870 (Oct. 10) cover Hokitika to Christchurch franked 2d., 6d. (damaged); and 1872 (July 25) Wellington to Nelson with 1871 perf. 1211/2 1d. brown (2, worn plate), poor to good.
947 £350
New Zealand: 1864 (July 27) ''Maori War'' cover addressed to a lady c/o the 12th Regiment at Victoria Barracks in Syney, dated ''24 July'' in ms. at lower left and franked by 1862 wmk. Large Star 6d. red-brown, good to large margins and tied by scarce Queen's Redoubt cancellation with ''NEW ZEALAND'' datestamp at left and Auckland below, backstamped with Sydney Ship Letter Aug. 8 arrival, some cover faults but rare. Ex Lars Amundsen. Photo.
948 | £230
New Zealand: 1866-73, a series of fifteen covers from Wellington to Mr. or Mrs. Henry Lyon at Wanganui, Tutaenui or Marton, franked mainly at 2d. rate by 1864-67 perf. 121/2 2d. blue (one with 1d. pair), 1871 perf. 121/2 2d. vermilion or orange (one perf. 10 x 121/2) and with one bearing 3d., condition varied.
949 £180
New Zealand: 1870 (July 31) underpaid cover to Marton, bearing 2d. tied by Wellington duplex and with charge marks ''DEFICIENT POSTAGE (ms.) 2/FINE___(ms.) 2'' and handstruck ''4'', backstamped Aug. 2 arrival, unusual. Photo.
951 £1550
New Zealand: 1855 London Printing, Watermark Large Star: 1d. dull carmine, a used example with good margins, just shaved at upper right corner, cancelled by ''18'' barred numeral of Dunedin, hinge crease at top, otherwise fine and rare. S.G. 1, cat. 11,000. R.P.S., London certificate (1932). Photo.
952 £1650
New Zealand: 1855 London Printing, Watermark Large Star: 1d. dull carmine, a lightly cancelled example, cut into at top but good to very large margins other sides, hinge thin at top, otherwise fine and rare. S.G. 1, cat. 11,000. R.P.S., London certificate (1940). Photo.
953 £450
New Zealand: 1855 London Printing, Watermark Large Star: 2d. dull blue, a very fine used example with good to large margins and cancelled by crisp ''16'' barred numeral of Port Victoria (Lyttelton). S.G.2, cat. 550. R.P.S., London certificate (1960). Ex Lars Amundsen Photo.
954 £350
New Zealand: 1855 London Printing, Watermark Large Star: 2d. dull blue, three used examples, one with full margins, the second cancelled ''9'' and just touched (vertical crease), and the third (cancelled ''18'', cut into at top) in a deep blue shade with R.P.S, New Zealand certificate (1955) as the no longer listed ''white'' paper variety. S.G. 2, cat. 1,650. Photo.
955 £1450
New Zealand: 1855 London Printing, Watermark Large Star: 1s. pale yellow-green, an attractive example with close to large margins, cancelled barred numeral ''10'' of Wellington. S.G. 3, cat. 5,000. Photo.
956 £520
New Zealand: 1855 London Printing, Watermark Large Star: 1s. pale yellow-green, sound with margins in places, lightly cancelled. S.G. 3, cat. 5,000. R.P.S., New Zealand certificate (1955) as the previously listed ''white'' paper. Photo.
957 £220
New Zealand: 1855 London Printing, Watermark Large Star: 1s. pale yellow-green, a sound three margined example, minor grease stain at top. S.G. 3, cat. 5,000. Photo.
958 £2100
New Zealand: 1855-57 Richardson Printing, Blued Paper: 1d. red, a scarce horizontal pair showing part of Sands & McDougall, Melbourne papermaker's watermark, good to large margins, the right stamp just touched at foot and indented by central barred numeral (Nelson ''14'' ?). S.G. 4 var. Photo.
959 | £250
New Zealand: 1855-57 Richardson Printing, Blued Paper: 1d. (margins three sides), 2d. (3 shades, two with full margins), each with slight imperfections, 1s. (repaired), used. S.G. 4-6, cat. 6,100.
960 £110
New Zealand: 1855-57 Richardson Printing, Blued Paper: 1d. red, tiny thin and cut into at sides, nevertheless exceptionally fresh with neat ''9'' barred numeral of New Plymouth. S.G. 4, cat. 1,700. Photo.
961 £190
New Zealand: 1855-57 Richardson Printing, Blued Paper: 1d. red, just shaved at top right, good to extremely large margins other sides, cancelled ''18'' barred numeral of Dunedin. S.G. 4, cat. 1,700. Photo.
962 £280
New Zealand: 1855-57 Richardson Printing, Blued Paper: 2d. blue, an unused example with close to large margins, slight surface marks, otherwise fine. S.G. 5, cat. 2,750. Photo.
963 £55
New Zealand: 1855-57 Richardson Printing, Blued Paper: 2d. blue, used, good to large regular margins, trivial bend at lower right. S.G. 5, cat. 300. Photo.
964 £250
New Zealand: 1855-57 Richardson Printing, Blued Paper: 2d. blue, scarce horizontal pair, just touched at right, a few minor stains and the left stamp with small thin at top, nevertheless attractive with fine central Auckland barred numeral ''1''. S.G. 5, cat. 600+. Photo.
965 £720
New Zealand: 1855-57 Richardson Printing, Blued Paper: 1s. green, lightly cancelled and with close to good margins all round, fine. S.G. 6, cat. 3,500. Photo.
966 £1800
New Zealand: 1855-57 Richardson Printing, Blued Paper: 1s. green, left half vertical bisect, good margins other sides, tied by light Dunedin ''18'' barred numeral to small piece. S.G. 6a. Ex Whitmore Peck. R.P.S., London certificate (1930) ''after consulting a high authority''. Photo.
967 | £400
New Zealand: 1857-63 No Watermark Issue, Imperforate: 1d. (3), 2d. (4), 6d. (6, incl. the scarce chestnut), 1s. (poor) shades used, some imperfections, most with margins but of fine appearance. (14) Brwn. S.G. 8 and 17.
968 £880
New Zealand: 1857-63 No Watermark Issue, Imperforate: 1d. dull orange, an unused example with close to good margins, fine. S.G. 8, cat. 2,250. Photo.
969 £210
New Zealand: 1857-63 No Watermark Issue, Imperforate: 1d. dull orange, a horizontal pair, the left stamp touched at lower left, large margins other sides, cancelled by two fine strikes of Nelson ''15'' barred numeral, some bends, the right stamp thinned, however a scarce and attractive multiple. S.G. 8, cat. 1,200+. Photo.
970 £130
New Zealand: 1857-63 No Watermark Issue, Imperforate: 2d. pale blue, an attractive horizontal pair, just touched at upper left, neatly cancelled Nelson ''15'' barred numerals, fine. S.G. 9, cat. 360+. Photo.
971 £220
New Zealand: 1857-63 No Watermark Issue, Imperforate: 2d. blue, a very fine used example with good to very large margins cutting into adjoining stamp at left and lightly cancelled. S.G. 10, cat. 180. Photo.
972 £320
New Zealand: 1857-63 No Watermark Issue, Imperforate: 6d. pale brown, a horizontal pair, close to good margins, Dunedin ''18'' barred numeral cancellations, fine. S.G. 14, cat. 600+. Photo.
973 £120
New Zealand: 1857-63 No Watermark Issue, Imperforate: 6d. pale brown, good regular margins, clean ''1'' barred numeral of Auckland, fine. S.G. 14, cat. 300. Photo.
974 £120
New Zealand: 1857-63 No Watermark Issue, Imperforate: 6d. chestnut, just touched at lower right, neatly cancelled ''17'' barred numeral (Christchurch or Rangiora), very reasonable example of a difficult shade. S.G. 15, cat. 550. R.P.S., London certificate (1960) Photo.
975 £190
New Zealand: 1857-63 No Watermark Issue, Imperforate: 1s. dull emerald-green, good to large margins, cancelled Dunedin ''18'' barred numeral, slightly thinned on reverse but attractive. S.G. 16, cat. 1,600. Photo.
976 £160
New Zealand: 1857-63 No Watermark Issue, Imperforate: 1s. blue-green, just touched at lower right corner, good to large margins other sides, surface blemish now removed leaves slight paper thin and spot on Queen's chin. S.G. 17, cat. 1,600. Photo.
977 £830
New Zealand: 1857-63 No Watermark Issue, Pin-roulette, about 10 at Nelson: 1d. dull orange, a horizontal pair showing pins at left and clearly between, cut other sides, used with Nelson ''14'' barred numerals and ''JU 20/1862'' datestamp, slight thins on reverse of right stamp, very scarce. S.G. 18, cat. 10,000. Photo.
978 £1500
New Zealand: 1857-63 No Watermark Issue, Serrated Perf. 16-18: 1s. blue-green, an attractive example neatly cancelled Nelson ''15'' barred numeral, slightly thinned on reverse, nevertheless attractive. S.G. 26, cat. 5,500. R.P.S., London certificate (1935) Photo.
979 | £170
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Imperforate: 1d. shades unused (4, two regummed, one on a thin, blued paper) and used (2), three to four margined examples with some imperfections. (6) S.G. 33-35
980 £230
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Imperforate: 1d. vermilion, good to large margins touching adjoining stamp at right, cancelled by scarce Maori War Queen's Redoubt cancellation, fine. S.G. 34. Photo.
981 £280
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Imperforate: 1d. carmine-vermilion, fresh with close to large margins and part original gum, fine. S.G. 35, cat. 375. Ex Lars Amundsen. Photo.
982 £150
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Imperforate: 1d. carmine-vermilion, good to large margins, cancelled neat ''7'' barred numeral of Wellington, fine. S.G. 35, cat. 225. Photo.
983 | £260
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Imperforate: 2d. shades unused (2) and used (16, incl. three pairs and two slate-blue singles, one with B.P.A. certificate, 1959), mainly three to four margined examples with some imperfections. (18) Btwn. S.G. 36 and 39.
984 | £85
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Imperforate: 3d. brown-lilac shades unused and used (3), four margins except one used just touched at top, odd imperfection but mainly fine appearance. S.G. 40, cat. 770.
985 £220
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Imperforate: 3d. brown-lilac, good to very large margins, large part original gum, fine. S.G. 40, cat. 350. Photo.
986 | £290
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Imperforate: 6d. shades unused (black-brown) and used (11), mainly four margined examples with odd imperfections. (12) S.G. 41-43.
987 £450
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Imperforate: 6d. red-brown, large to extremely large margins, large part original gum a trifle toned, tiny gum thin in margin at lower right and small crease at foot, otherwise fine and attractive. S.G. 43, cat. 850. Photo.
988 | £220
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Imperforate: 1s. shades used (6), mainly four margined examples with odd imperfection. S.G. 44-46.
989 £180
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Imperforate: 1s. green, a scarce used horizontal strip of three, touched at top, the left stamp just shaved, fine. S.G. 44, cat. 825+.
990 | £100
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Imperforate: 1s. green, a scarce used horizontal strip of three cancelled by clear ''14'' barred numerals of Nelson, cut into at sides, the centre stamp with margins all round. S.G. 44, cat. 825+.
991 £80
New Zealand: 1862 Wmk. Large Star 1s. green, good to large margins, lightly cancelled, fine. S.G. 44, cat. 275. Photo.
992 £160
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Imperforate: 1s. yellow-green, good to large margins, lightly cancelled, fine. S.G. 45, cat. 300. Photo.
994 £170
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Imperforate: 1s. deep green, a used horizontal pair, good to very large margins, horizontal bend and light crease, otherwise fine. S.G. 46, cat. 700+. Photo.
995 £420
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Rouletted 7: 2d. slate-blue, fine and scarce. S.G. 50, cat. 800. B.P.A. certificate (1965). Photo.
996 £220
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Rouletted 7 at Auckland: 2d. pale blue, lightly cancelled, fine. S.G. 51, cat. 600. Photo.
997 £230
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Rouletted 7 at Auckland: 3d. brown-lilac, lightly cancelled, slight thin on reverse, otherwise fine with good colour. S.G. 52, cat. 750. Photo.
998 | £480
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Rouletted 7 at Auckland: A selection comprising 1d., 2d. (4), 6d. (4) and 1s. (2) shades used, poor to fine with not all roulettes guaranteed. (11)
999 £320
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Serrated Perf. 16 or 18 at Nelson: 1d. orange-vermilion and 2d. deep blue (worn), used, the former thinned and torn, the latter with straight edge at foot and small faults at top, but scarce. S.G. 59, 60, cat. 2,900.
1000 £900
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Serrated Perf. 16 or 18 at Nelson: 2d. deep blue, an exceptional example with full colour, lightly cancelled barred numeral ''15'' of Nelson. S.G. 60, cat. 1,100. Photo.
1001 £350
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Serrated Perf. 16 or 18 at Nelson: 2d. slate-blue cancelled fine Nelson ''15'' barred numeral and apparently showing serrated perf. separation at right only. S.G. 61. Photo.
1002 | £260
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 13 at Dunedin: Mainly used selection comprising 1d. (2, one orange-vermilion reperforated), 2d. (3), 3d., 6d. (5), 1s. (3, one unused), poor to fine. (14) Btwn. S.G. 68 and 80.
1003 £140
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 13 at Dunedin: 3d. brown-lilac, used, fine. S.G. 74, cat. 400. Photo.
1004 £180
New Zealand: 1862 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 13 at Dunedin: 6d. red-brown, unused, fine. S.G. 77, cat. 850. Photo.
1005 | £350
New Zealand: 1862-63 No Watermark, Pelure Paper, Imperforate: Used selection comprising 1d. (repaired), 2d. (3), 6d. (5), 1s., margins and condition vary. (10) S.G. 81-83, 85, 86, cat. 6,700.
1006 £550
New Zealand: 1862-63 No Watermark, Pelure Paper, Imperforate: 1d. orange-vermilion, a rare unused example, cut into, initialled ''PLP''(emberton) on reverse. S.G. 81, cat. 7,000. Photo.
1007 £260
New Zealand: 1862-63 No Watermark, Pelure Paper, Imperforate: 1d. orange-vermilion, a used example, repaired but scarce. S.G. 81, cat. 2,000. Photo.
1008 £230
New Zealand: 1862-63 No Watermark, Pelure Paper, Imperforate: 2d. ultramarine, good to large margins, cancelled fine barred numeral ''7'' of Wellington, slight soiling at top, otherwise fine. S.G. 82, cat. 850. Photo.
1009 £380
New Zealand: 1862-63 No Watermark, Pelure Paper, Imperforate: 2d. pale ultramarine, a used horizontal pair, just clear at lower left, good to large margins other sides, diagonal crease and small repair at upper right corner. S.G. 83, cat. 1,600. Photo.
1010 £160
New Zealand: 1862-63 No Watermark, Pelure Paper, Imperforate: 6d. black-brown, a scarce used horizontal strip of three, the centre stamp defective, torn in two and rejoined, the left stamp just shaved at lower left corner and with slight red surface marks, the right stamp with full margins. S.G. 85, cat. 750.
1011 £140
New Zealand: 1862-63 No Watermark, Pelure Paper, Imperforate: 1s. deep green, used, margins clear to good, fine. S.G. 86, cat. 1,000. Photo.
1012 £650
New Zealand: 1862-63 Pelure Paper, Rouletted 7 at Auckland: 6d. black-brown, and 1s. deep green, used, the former with repaired corner at upper left, the latter a lovely example with satisfyingly full colour. S.G. 88, 89, cat. 2,075. Photo.
1013 £550
New Zealand: 1862-63 Pelure Paper, Rouletted 7 at Auckland: 6d. black-brown, used (slight imperfections), with double row of roulettes at right. S.G. 88 var. R.P.S., London certificate (1934) with ms. note ''This copy has double roulettes vertically. It is the first example of a double roulette in the pelures that I have seen./R.J.G. Collins''. Photo.0
1014 £620
New Zealand: 1862-63 No Watermark, Pelure Paper, Perf. 13 at Dunedin: 1d. orange-vermilion, lightly cancelled, some creasing but rare. S.G. 90, cat. 3,000. Photo.
1015 | £280
New Zealand: 1862-63 No Watermark, Pelure Paper, Perf. 13 at Dunedin: 2d. pale ultramarine, 6d. and 1s. (2 shades) used, a few faults but reasonable appearance. S.G. 92-94, cat. 4,100.
1016 £270
New Zealand: 1862-63 No Watermark, Pelure Paper, Perf. 13 at Dunedin: 2d. pale ultramarine, used, light horizontal crease, otherwise fine. S.G. 92, cat. 700. R.P.S., London certificate (1939) Photo.
1017 £200
New Zealand: 1862-63 No Watermark, Pelure Paper, Perf. 13 at Dunedin: 6d. black-brown, used, fine and attractive. S.G. 93, cat. 400. Photo.
1018 £2200
New Zealand: 1862-63 Pelure Paper, Serrated Perf. 16 at Nelson: 6d. black-brown, used, fine. A rare stamp. S.G. 95, cat. 4,750. R.P.S., London certificate (1928). Photo.
1019 £150
New Zealand: 1864-67 No Watermark, Thick, soft paper: Imperf. 2d. dull deep blue, two three margined shades, both with slight thins, Perf. 13 2d. dull deep blue, fine used with Dunedin ''AU 18/63'' c.d.s. S.G. 96, a, cat. 2,075. Photo.
1020 | £170
New Zealand: 1872 Watermark ''NZ'', Imperforate: 1d. (2), 2d. (3) and 1s. (2) shades, used, three to four margined examples with some faults but good to fine appearance. (7) S.G. 97, 98, 100, cat. 1,525.
1021 £270
New Zealand: 1872 Watermark ''NZ'', Imperforate: 1d. carmine-vermilion, good to large margins, part original gum, slight adhesion on reverse and vertical bends. S.G. 97, cat. 750. Photo.
1022 £110
New Zealand: 1872 Watermark ''NZ'', Imperforate: 1d. carmine-vermilion, an unused example, just shaved at lower left, good to large margins other sides, slight surface marks and tiny stain on second ''A'' of ''ZEALAND''. S.G. 97, cat. 750. Photo.
1023 £190
New Zealand: 1872 Watermark ''NZ'', Imperforate: 1d. carmine-vermilion, a scarce horizontal pair, just shaved at left and with good to large margins other sides, demonstrating misalignment and short distance between stamps, cancelled two fine strikes of ''14'' barred numeral (narrow spacing) of Nelson, small scissor cut in margin just reaches top left corner of right hand stamp. S.G. 97, cat. 550+. Photo.
1024 £170
New Zealand: 1872 Watermark ''NZ'', Imperforate: 2d. pale blue, a used horizontal pair with close to large margins, the left stamp with diagonal corner crease, otherwise fine. S.G. 98, cat. 450.
1025 £160
New Zealand: 1872 Watermark ''NZ'', Imperforate: 6d. red-brown, an attractive used example with good to very large margins cutting into adjoining stamp at foot, slight hinge thin, otherwise fine. S.G. 99, cat. 600. Photo.
1026 £220
New Zealand: 1872 Watermark ''NZ'', Imperforate: 1s. green, a fine used horizontal pair, just shaved at upper right, good margins other sides, fresh. S.G. 100, cat. 500. Photo.
1027 | £150
New Zealand: 1872 Watermark ''NZ'', Imperforate: 1s., three shades with good to large margins, two with slight imperfections. S.G. 100, cat. 750.
1028 £780
New Zealand: 1872 Watermark ''NZ'', Rouletted 7 at Auckland: 1d. carmine-vermilion, cut wide of roulettes at left, fine used with ''9'' barred numeral of New Plymouth. An excellent example of this rare stamp. S. G. 101, cat. 2,750. Photo.
1029 £200
New Zealand: 1872 Watermark ''NZ'', Rouletted 7 at Auckland: 2d. pale blue, fine used with Auckland ''1'' barred numeral. S. G. 102, cat. 750. Photo.
1030 £580
New Zealand: 1872 Watermark ''NZ'', Rouletted 7 at Auckland: 1s. green, lightly cancelled, fine. S. G. 104, cat. 1,000. Photo.
1031 £120
New Zealand: 1872 Watermark ''NZ'', Perf. 13 at Dunedin: 2d. pale blue, two shades, one with straight edge at top and slight bends, the other with cancellation over ms. cross, 1s. green cancelled fine Dunedin ''18'' barred numeral, pressed diagonal crease, fine appearance. S. G. 105, 106, cat. 795.
1032 | £700
New Zealand: 1864-67 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 121/2 at Auckland: An unused selection, some with part original gum, comprising 1d. (3), 2d. (5), 3d. (5), 4d. yellow (3) and 1s. (4) shades, poor to fine. (20) Btwn. S.G. 110 and 125.
1033 | £250
New Zealand: 1864-67 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 121/2 at Auckland: An unused selection, comprising 1d. (4), 2d. (3), 3d. (4), 4d. yellow, 6d. and 1s. shades, a few imperfections but mostly fine appearance. (14) Btwn. S.G. 110 and 125.
1034 | £520
New Zealand: 1864-67 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 121/2 at Auckland: A selection of shades, some imperfections but mostly fair to fine used, comprising 1d. (15, incl. one cancelled large ''S'' in circle, two pairs and a strip of three), 2d. (17, incl. two pairs), 3d. (8), 4d. rose (4), 4d. yellow (4), 6d. (11), and 1s. (10, incl. a pair). (69) Btwn. S.G. 110 and 125.
1035 | £170
New Zealand: 1864-67 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 121/2 at Auckland: 1d., 2d., 3d. and 1s., each in an unused horizontal pair, large part original gum except 1s. small part with some staining and tone spots, one 3d. with heavy crease, otherwise mostly fine with just the odd imperfection. (8) S.G. 110, 114, 117, 125, cat. 1,120.
1037 £110
New Zealand: 1864-67 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 121/2 at Auckland: 2d. blue imperforate single, retouched, repaired at right, fine appearance. S.G. 115d. Clear B.P.A. certificate (1958) Photo.
1038 £500
New Zealand: 1864-67 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 121/2 at Auckland: 3d. lilac and 1s. yellow-green mint blocks of four, marginal at right and left respectively, some rust spots and two 3d. creased but an interesting pair of multiples, the former showing deficiencies in perforation (pair at right very ''wide''), the latter with cavalier gum application on upper stamp (minor adhesion) and in selvedge. S.G. 117, 125, cat. 1,120+
1039 £260
New Zealand: 1864-67 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 121/2 at Auckland: 3d. lilac and 1s. yellow-green scarce used blocks of four, a few minor bends and creases. S.G. 117, 125, cat. 488+
1040 £180
New Zealand: 1864-67 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 121/2 at Auckland: 3d. lilac, a used horizontal pair, misperforated vertically resulting in wide stamp at left and double row of vertical perforations at right on right hand stamp, faults but unusual. S.G. 117 var. Photo.
1041 £880
New Zealand: 1864-67 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 121/2 at Auckland: 4d. deep rose, unused (regummed), minor vertical bend, otherwise fine. S.G. 119, cat. 2,250. Photo.
1042 £650
New Zealand: 1864-67 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 121/2 at Auckland: 4d. deep rose, unused (regummed), vertical crease and with indelible pencil mark showing through from reverse but well centred for this. S.G. 119, cat. 2,250. Photo.
1043 £280
New Zealand: 1864-67 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 121/2 at Auckland: 4d. deep rose and 4d. yellow, used horizontal pairs, cancelled by Invercargill 1866 and Wellington 1870 duplexes respectively, the former with slight creasing, otherwise mainly fine. S.G. 119, 120, cat. 700.
1044 £400
New Zealand: 1864-67 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 121/2 at Auckland: 4d. yellow, a mint horizontal strip of three, one with trivial bend, otherwise fine. S.G. 120, cat. 510. Photo.
1045 £420
New Zealand: 1864-67 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 121/2 at Auckland: 4d. orange, used, fine and a scarce shade. S.G. 121, cat. 950. Photo.
1046 £350
New Zealand: 1871 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 10: 1d. brown, mint, fine. S.G. 126, cat. 550. Photo.
1047 | £700
New Zealand: 1871 Watermark Large Star: Selection comprising Perf. 10 1d. used (4), Perf. 10 x 121/2 1d. mint, unused (3), used (4), 2d. mint, unused and used (4, one cleaned), 6d. unused, Imperf. 1d. used (2), Perf. 121/2 1d. mint (3), unused (2), used (6), 2d. unused (3) and used (8, one retouched), 6d. mint (2), unused (2), used (4, one on thin paper, another with fine central New Plymouth ''DE 2/1871'' c.d.s., and a third cancelled by red London ''PAID''), poor to fine. (52)
1048 £160
New Zealand: 1871 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 10 x 121/2: 1d. brown, two shades in mint horizontal pairs, odd bend and one toned perf., otherwise mainly fine. S.G. 128, cat. 760
1049 £210
New Zealand: 1871 Watermark Large Star: 6d. blue, imperforate single, issued during overhaul of the line perforation machine (see Encyclopedia Vol I, p. 82) with good to large margins, used, fine. B.P.A. certificate (1950) Photo.
1050 £250
New Zealand: 1871 Watermark Large Star, Perf. 10 x 121/2: 6d. blue, perf. 10 at base, perf. 121/2 other sides, used, fine. S.G. 131c, cat. 425. Photo.
1051 £140
New Zealand: 1871 Watermark Large Star: Perf. 121/2 6d. blue showing double line of horizontal perforations at both top and foot, used, fine. S.G. 135 var. Photo.
1052 | £180
New Zealand: 1872 No Watermark, Perf. 121/2: 1d. brown (2), 2d. vermilion (6), 2d. retouch in pair and single, all used, 4d. orange-yellow with faked corner c.d.s., odd creases or other small imperfections but mostly fine. (12)
1053 | £300
New Zealand: 1872 No Watermark, Perf. 121/2: 2d. vermilion (6, incl. a creased vertical pair) and 4d. orange-yellow (7, incl. a horizontal strip of three, two with diagonal crease), poor to fine. (13) S.G. 138, 139, cat. 1,650.
1054 £250
New Zealand: 1872 No Watermark, Perf. 121/2: 2d. vermilion, retouched, a mint horizontal pair, fine. S.G. 138a, cat. 360. R.P.S., London certificate (1958) Photo.
1055 £1250
New Zealand: 1872 Watermark ''NZ'', Perf. 121/2: 1d. brown, used with neat ''1'' in diamond barred oval, odd tiny ink speck, otherwise fine and rare. S.G. 140, cat. 4,250. R.P.S., London certificate no. 47,776, undated. Photo.
1056 £210
New Zealand: 1872 Watermark ''NZ'', Perf. 121/2: 2d. vermilion, examples unused (a few trivial bends) and used (2 shades, one with a few imperfections, the other fine. S.G. 141, cat. 1,250.
1057 £300
New Zealand: 1872 Watermark ''NZ'', Perf. 121/2: 2d. vermilion, a fine used horizontal pair. S.G. 141, cat. 550. Photo.
1058 £210
New Zealand: 1872 Watermark Lozenges, Perf. 121/2: 2d. vermilion, a ''short'' stamp lightly cancelled, diagonal bend, otherwise fine. S.G. 142, cat. 500. Photo.
1059 £210
New Zealand: 1872 Watermark Lozenges, Perf. 121/2: 2d. vermilion, retouched, used, trivial corner crease, otherwise fine. S.G. 142a, cat. 750. Photo.
1060 | £650
New Zealand: The balance of the ''Payne'' collection of Chalon types on leaves, with 1857-63 no wmk. 2d. (2), 6d. (2), 1862 wmk. Large Star 1d. (2), 2d. (2), 3d., 6d. (5), 1s., 1864 wmk. ''NZ'' 1d., 2d. (3, incl. a pair), 6d. and 1s., all imperf., 1862 wmk. Large Star, Perf. 13 3d. (poor), 6d., 1864-67 Perf. 121/2 to 1s. (6) with 3d. deep mauve strip of four on piece (faults), 4d. rose (3, one poor), 4d. yellow (2), etc., varied condition. (approx. 150)
1061 | £160
New Zealand: 1873-92, the 1/2d. ''Newspaper'' stamps, a selection incl. 1873 wmk. ''NZ'' perf. 10 (3, incl. a pair), perf. 121/2, no wmk. perf. 10, perf. 121/2, perf. 121/2 x 10, 1875 perf. nearly 12, mint or unused, poor to fine. (20)
1062 | £1300
New Zealand: 1874-78, the First Sideface Issue, a collection on leaves with white paper, perf. 121/2 1d. (2), 2d., 3d. (3), 4d. (2), 6d., 1s., mint or unused, set to 1s. (3) used, perf. nearly 12 2d. unused, perf. compound of 121/2 and 10 1d. (2) to 1s. (2) mint or unused, set to 1s. (3) used, blued paper, perf. 121/2 to 4d. (3) used, perf. compound of 121/2 and 10 4d., 6d., mint, values to 1s. used, 1875 wmk. Large Star 1d. used, 2d. unused, etc., mainly fair to fine. (63)
1063 £50
New Zealand: 1875 (June 18) cover to Cromwell, franked by 1874-78 Perf. 121/2 2d. rose on white paper, tied by Dunedin duplex, a few tone perfs. S.G. 153. Photo.
1064 £200
New Zealand: 1875 Wmk. Large Star, Perf. 121/2, 1d. deep lilac, a scarce used block of four cancelled by Lyttelton ''4 JY 75'' c.d.s.'s, upper left stamp trivial stain, otherwise fine. S.G. 178, cat. 440+. Photo.
1065 | £620
New Zealand: 1878, First Sideface Issue, range of shades mint or unused, comprising 1d. (3), 2d. (3, incl. a pair), 4d. (4), 6d., 1s., 2s. (3) and 5s. (3), some imperfections but mainly fair to fine. (18) S.G. 180-86.
1066 | £350
New Zealand: 1878, First Sideface Issue, range of shades fair to fine used, comprising 1d. (2), 2d. (3, one unused), 4d., 6d. (2), 1s. (3), 2s. (4) and 5s. (2), some imperfections but mainly good to fine appearance. (15) S.G. 180-86.
1067 | £920
New Zealand: 1882-1900, Second Sideface Issue, an extensive collection on leaves, incl. 21/2d. imperf. colour trial in red-brown (block), shades and perfs. with perf. 12 x 111/2 to 1s. mint or unused (2) and used (11), perf. 11 to 1s. mint or unused (4) and used (4), perf. 10 to 1s. mint or unused (3) and used (4), perf. 10 x 11 to 1s. mint or unused (2) and used (3), range of advertisement stamps with values to 1s. mint and values to 8d. used, some varieties, poor to fine. (approx. 310)
1068 £250
New Zealand: 1895 (Apr. 13) cover to Christchurch franked at 2d. rate by 1882-1900 Perf. 12 x 111/2 1/2d. black block of four (early use) with centrally struck Timaru squared circle, faintest of perf. staining and flap missing but a scarce items. S.G. 194. Photo.
1069 | £1150
New Zealand: 1898-1909, The Pictorial Issues, a mainly mint collection on leaves, incl. 1898 perf. 12 to 16 to 2s. (2), 5s. (2, faults), 1899 perf. 11 to 1s. (7, incl. a marginal block), 2s. (2, one ''laid'' paper), 5s.(2) with 6d. on ''Lisbon Superfine'', 1900 11/2d. imperf. plate proof, 1902-09 perf. to 1s. (5), 2s. (3), 5s., perf. 14 to 2s. (3), 5s. (2), 1907-08 perf. 14 x 13 6d. (used), 1s., perf. 14 x 15 3d. to 1s., etc. with shades and some multiples, poor to fine. (173)
1070 | £1100
New Zealand: 1898-1908, a mainly good to fine mint collection of Pictorial issues incl. 1898 no wmk., perf. 12 to 16 1/2d. (3) to 5s., 1899-1903 to 9d. (7), 1s. (10), 2s. (2), 5s. with a range of shades, 1902-03 to 2s. (3), 5s., etc. (134)
1071 | £260
New Zealand: 1898-1909, The Pictorial Issues, a mainly used collection on leaves, incl. 1898 perf. 12 to 16 to 1s. (3), 5s. (2), 1899 perf. 11 values to 2s., 1902-09 perf. 11 to 2s. (2), 5s., perf. 14 to 2s. (4), 1907-08 perf. 14 x 13 and perf. 14 x 15 3d. to 1s., etc., poor to fine. (166)
1072 | £250
New Zealand: 1898 Pictorial Issue, No Watermark, Perf. 12 to 16: 1/2d., 1d., 2d., 21/2d. ''WAKATIPU'', 3d., 5d., 6d., 9d. and 2s. imperf. plate proofs in issued colours on unwatermarked wove paper, without gum except 5d., the 2s. with a few minor tone spots, otherwise mainly fine. (18)
1073 £40
New Zealand: 1898 Pictorial Issue, No Watermark, Perf. 12 to 16: 21/2d. ''WAKATIPU'' colour trial in dull purple on gummed unwatermarked paper, perf. 141/2, fine and rare. Stated to be a single sheet printed. S.G. 250 P. Photo.
1074 | £450
New Zealand: 1899 Pictorial Issues, No Watermark, Perf. 11: 21/2d. left marginal vertical pair imperf. horizontally, 3d., 6d. rose and 1898 2d. horizontal pairs imperf. vertically, mint, some faults but all of reasonable appearance. S.G. 260b, 261b, 265a, 248a, cat. 1,750.
1075 £320
New Zealand: 1899 Pictorial Issues, No Watermark, Perf. 11: 6d. rose, variety printed double, mint, fine. S.G. 265ca, cat. 550. Photo.
1076 | £550
New Zealand: 1900-08, the 1/2d. Mount Cook and 1d. Universal issues, a study on leaves with shades, perfs., papers and some varieties, incl. 1/2d. imperf. plate proof block of four on watermarked paper, 1901 ''Basted Mills'' perf. 11 1/2d. mint, perf. 11 x 14 1/2d. used (2), 1902 ''Cowan'' paper, no wmk. perf. 11 x 14 1/2d., 1d., watermarked, perf. 11 1/2d., perf. 14 1d. booklet pane, vertical strip of three imperf. horizontally, perf. 11 x 14 1/2d. (4, incl. a pair), mixed perfs. 1/2d. (2, both marginal), mint, 1d. mint and used, 1904 ''dot'' plate, mixed perfs. 1d. used, 1907-08 1/2d. perf. 14 x 131/2 1/2d. pair, a few Officials with Royle 1d. perf. 14 arrow block mint (unmounted), etc., mainly good to fine. (175)
1077 | £400
New Zealand: 1901-06, the 1d. Universal, a study on leaves, all in mint blocks of four, incl. unwatermarked 1901 Basted Mills paper, Perf. 14; Perf. 14 x 11; Perf. 11 x 14; 1902 Cowan paper, Perf. 14 (marginal); watermarked 1902 ''Reserve'' Plate; ''Booklet'' Plate (part pane); 1904 ''Dot'' Plates, Perf. 14; Mixed perfs.; 1906 ''Waterlow'' Trial Plates, Perf. 14; ''Royle'' Plates (2, one blood-red with dated margin), mainly fine with most unmounted. (14 blocks)
1078 £140
New Zealand: 1901 ''Basted Mills'' paper, perf. 11 1d. carmine in a left marginal block of four [R. 6/1-7/2], fine mint, hinged on one stamp and in margin only. S.G. 286, cat. 300+. Photo.
1079 | £80
New Zealand: 1901 ''Basted Mills'' paper, perf. 11 1d. carmine in a mint block of four with watermark inverted and reversed, hinged on upper pair only, lower pair with horizontal bend, otherwise fine. S.G. 286, cat. 300+.
1083 £400
New Zealand: 1902 ''Cowan'' paper, watermarked, Perf. 11 1d. carmine, mint, fine. S.G. 301, cat. 650. Photo.
1084 £80
New Zealand: 1902 (Apr.) ''Cowan'' paper, watermarked, perf. 14 1d. pale carmine in a fine mint complete booklet pane of six. S.G. 303cb., cat. 200.
1086 £100
New Zealand: 1902 (Apr.) ''Cowan'' paper, watermarked, mixed perfs. 1d. deep carmine, fine mint. S.G. 307b, cat. 275. Photo.
1087 £100
New Zealand: 1902 (Apr.) ''Cowan'' paper, watermarked, mixed perfs. 1d. deep carmine, fine used. S.G. 307b, cat. 275. Photo.
1088 £100
New Zealand: 1902-09 Pictorial Issues: Perf. 11, 5s. vermilion, wmk. upright, a ''tall'' stamp, marginal from the foot of the sheet, mint, fine. S.G. 317ba, cat. 190. Photo.
1089 £210
New Zealand: 1902-09 Pictorial Issues: Perf. 14, 4d. deep blue and deep brown mint horizontal pair, variety imperf. vertically, two very trivial bends, otherwise fine. S.G. 322a, cat. 450. Photo.
1090 £95
New Zealand: 1902-09 Pictorial Issues: Perf. Compound of 11 and 14, 2d. purple, fine marginal mint vertical pair from the foot of the sheet (double perfs. at foot, perf. 11 horizontally, perf. 14 vertically), the upper stamp with tiny surface scrape in margin. S.G. 331, cat. 600+. Photo.
1091 £160
New Zealand: 1902-09 Pictorial Issues: Perf. Compound of 11 and 14, 2d. purple, fine marginal mint from the foot of the sheet (double perfs. at foot, perf. 11 at top, perf. 14 at sides). S.G. 331, cat. 300. Photo.
1092 £350
New Zealand: 1902-09 Pictorial Issues: Perf. Compound of 11 and 14, 4d. blue and yellow-brown, wmk. reversed, used, fine. S.G. 333, cat. 325. Photo.
1093 £150
New Zealand: 1902-09 Cowan paper, Perf. 11 x 14, 5d. red-brown, used, fine. S.G. 334, cat. 800. Photo.
1094 £110
New Zealand: 1902-09 Pictorial Issues: Perf. Compound of 11 and 14, 6d. rose-carmine, fine used with Brightwater ''26 MR 07'' c.d.s. S.G. 335, cat. 225. Photo.
1095 £130
New Zealand: 1902-09 Pictorial Issues: Perf. Compound of 11 and 14, 5s. deep red, apparently unused with some surface marks (we suspect cleaned) and with slight thin on reverse but scarce. S.G. 338. Photo.
1096 £220
New Zealand: 1902-09 Pictorial Issues: Mixed Perfs., 4d. blue and yellow-brown mint horizontal pair, official repair and reperforation at foot, fine. S.G. 342a, cat. 550+. Photo.
1097 | £120
New Zealand: 1903, selection of seven pieces variously bearing Pictorial values to 5d. and 1d. Universal (3), cancelled by mainly complete strikes of Fanning Island c.d.s.'s dated between Aug. 8 and Dec. 11, mainly fine.
1098 £130
New Zealand: 1906 ''Cowan'' paper, printed from new Waterlow ''Trial'' plates 1d. deep rose-carmine in a fine mint lower marginal block of six (3 x 2) showing plate no. W1. S.G. 352, C.P. G9a(1)[4], cat. $650. Photo.
1099 £70
New Zealand: 1906 ''Cowan'' paper, printed from new Waterlow plates 1d. deep rose-carmine in a fine mint vertical pair, variety imperf. horizontally. S.G.352a, cat. 200. Photo.
1100 £130
New Zealand: 1906 ''Cowan'' paper, printed from new Waterlow ''Trial'' plates 1d. aniline carmine in a fine mint lower marginal block of six (3 x 2) showing plate no. W2. S.G. 352b, C.P. G9a(3)[4], cat. $650. Photo.
1101 £80
New Zealand: 1906 1d. Universal, ''Waterlow'' Trial Plates, Perf. 14, 1d. rose-carmine mint horizontal pair, variety imperf. vertically (S.G. 352ba, cat. 200), also 1904 p.p.c. from Invercargill to London franked 1d. and 1907 cover from Wellington to Hobart franked ''Royle'' 1d. rose-carmine pair. (3 items) Photo.
1102 | £80
New Zealand: 1906 ''Cowan'' paper, printed from new Waterlow plates 1d. aniline carmine in a fine mint horizontal pair, variety imperf. vertically. S.G.352ba, cat. 200. Photo.
1103 £200
New Zealand: 1906 1d. Universal, ''Royle'' Plates, Perf. 14, 1d. ''R1'' and ''R2'' plate blocks of four mint (hinged on upper pairs only), the latter with trivial bend on upper pair, otherwise fine and scarce. CP G10a(4) Photo.
1104 £100
New Zealand: 1906 ''Cowan'' paper, printed from new Royle ''Trial'' plates 1d. rose-carmine in a fine mint lower marginal block of four showing plate no. R1. S.G. 356, C.P. G10a(1)[4], cat $550. Photo.
1106 £300
New Zealand: 1907-08 ''Cowan'' paper perf. 14 x 131/2 3d. brown in a mint top left corner marginal block of four showing plate no. 7, hinged on lower two stamps and margin, perf. faults at right, a few minor gum wrinkles, otherwise fine and scarce. S.G. 378, C.P. E10b(1)[4], cat. $2,500. Photo.
1107 £240
New Zealand: 1907-08 ''Cowan'' paper, perf. 14 x 15 1/2d. deep yellow-green in a top left corner marginal block of four showing plate no. 1, hinged and vertical crease in margin, stamps fine unmounted mint. S.G. 382, C.P. F5c(1)[4], cat. $1,250. Photo.
1108 £240
New Zealand: 1907-08 ''Cowan'' paper, perf. 14 x 15 1/2d. pale-green in a top left corner marginal block of four showing plate no. 1, hinged on one stamp and in margin only, some paper wrinkles in margin, otherwise fine mint. S.G. 382, C.P. F5c(2)[4], cat. $1,250. Photo.
1109 £260
New Zealand: 1907-08 ''Cowan'' paper, perf. 14 x 15 1/2d. pale-green in a top left corner marginal block of four showing plate no. 2, hinged on one stamp and in margin only, fine mint. S.G. 382, C.P. F5c(2)[4], cat. $1,250. Photo.
1110 | £110
New Zealand: 1908 1d. Universal, Typographed issue, selection comprising unmounted mint marginal block of four, three mint horizontal pairs showing ''feather'' [Pl. 12 3/1], broken globe [Pl. 12 5/24] and ''Q'' [Pl. 13 10/19] flaws respectively, and imperf. plate proof pair on gummed paper , mainly fine. (5 items)
1111 | £200
New Zealand: A collection of King Edward VII issues on leaves, incl. 1909-16 perf. 14 x 141/2 to 1s. set mint and used (2), line perf. and perf. 14 x 131/2 sets mint and used, Official 1910-16 set used, 1913 Auckland Exhibition set mint, etc., mainly good to fine. (88)
1112 | £400
New Zealand: 1909-16, a mint selection of values in blocks comprising perf. 14 x 141/2 comb 2d. 3d, 4d. (2, one orange -yellow), 5d., 8d. and 1s., perf 14 line 4d. and 1s., perf. 14 x 131/2 comb 5d. and 8d. (2, one on Pictorial paper), condition a little varied but many are fine and fresh unmounted, also 1/2d. plate proof block of six on thin glazed card.
1113 | £50
New Zealand: 1909-26, the 1d. Dominion issue, a comprehensive selection on leaves, incl. 1910 De La Rue paper booklet pane (with bars), 1925 unsurfaced paper mint and used (stained), etc. with shades, flaws, wmk. varieties and ''OFFICIAL'' overprints, mainly good to fine. (60)
1114 | £60
New Zealand: 1915 Auckland Islands General Grant Expedition 1/2d. and 1d. labels in unmounted mint pairs, vertical and horizontal respectively, the latter with a few trivial gum disturbances.
1115 | £220
New Zealand: 1915-30 mainly good to fine mint selection with a range of values to 1s. (7) incl. both perfs. and shades, selection of vertical pairs with two different perfs. to 9d., etc. (94)
1116 | £780
New Zealand: 1935 Pictorial issue, a mainly good to fine mint collection on leaves with 1935-36 1/2d. (2) to 3s. (3) with a range of wmks. and perfs. incl. 1d. temporary perf. 131/2 x 14 marginal block, other values in blocks, some with plate numbers, 1936-42 selection of values to 3s. in blocks incl. 5d. perf. 121/2 plate blocks nos 1 and 2, etc. (approx. 390)
1117 | £190
New Zealand: A mint and used collection of the K.G.VI definitive issues in an album with a range of values to 3s. in mint plate blocks incl. 3d. blue fine paper no.'s 138 and 139, 8d. coarse paper no. 110, 1s. wmk upright no.'s 1-1 (without flaw), 3s. wmk sideways inverted, 1d. scarlet with variety broken ribbon, etc. (100's)
1119 £150
New Zealand: 1958 2d. on 11/2d. surcharge error in a left marginal block of four, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 763b, cat. 400. Photo.
1120 £190
New Zealand: 1958 2d. on 11/2d. surcharge error in a block of four, fine used. S.G. 763b, cat. 640. Photo.
1121 | £100
New Zealand; Express Delivery Stamps: A selection incl. 1903 6d. red and violet mint (4, incl. a pair with some toning) and used, 1926-36 ''Cowan'' paper perf. 14 x 141/2 mint, both perfs. used, ''Wiggins Teape'' paper perf. 14 x 141/2 used, perf. 14 x 15 mint, 1939 6d. (brown gum) wmk. inverted, double (brown) gummed (marginal), etc., mostly fine. (16)
1123 | £400
New Zealand: Postage Dues: A collection on leaves, incl. 1899 Type I (17 dots) large ''D'' to 2s. (2, one unused), small ''D'' to 10d., mint, , Type II (15 dots) large ''D'' set mint (less 1d.) and used, 1/2d. no stop in mint pair, small ''D'' set mint and used, 1925 ''Jones'' paper 1/2d. mint, 1925-35 ''Cowan'' paper perf. 14 x 15 set used, perf. 14 set mint and used, 1937-38 ''Wiggins Teape'' 1/2d. used, 1939-49 to 3d. mint (4) and used (3), poor to fine. (100)
1124 | £300
New Zealand: Postage Dues: A collection on leaves, incl. 1899 Type I (17 dots) large ''D'' to 2s. mint, 8d., 1s. block of four used, small ''D'' to 10d. mint, Type II (15 dots) large ''D'' set mint, 1/2d. no stop mint (2, one in strip of three), small ''D'' set mint, 1904-08 ''Cowan'' paper perf. 11 set mint, etc., poor to fine with some tone spotting. (60)
1125 £500
New Zealand: Officials: ''O. P. S. O.'' overprints on 1882-97 issues, Perf. 10 1/2d. black, violet overprint, used with similarly overprinted 1d. Universal perf. 11 pair, tied to piece by Wellington c.d.s.'s, faint stain at left, otherwise fine and scarce. S.G. O2a, O19. Photo.
1126 | £80
New Zealand: Officials: ''O. P. S. O.'' overprints on 1882-97 issues, Perf. 12 x 111/2 1d. pale rose Die 2, straight edge at right, slight crease, 5d. olive-black, faults but good appearance, also fake overprint on 1d. perf. 10. (3 items) S.G. O4, O11.
1127 £780
New Zealand: Officials: ''O. P. S. O.'' overprints on 1898-1903 issues, Perf. 11 21/2d. blue tied by Wellington c.d.s. to 1899 (Sept. 10) ''On Public Service Only'' envelope from the Post and Telegraph Dept. to the Postmaster of Luxembourg with Nov. 2 arrival backstamp. The cover with some soiling and a vertical fold, the adhesive with pinhole and perf. toning, nevertheless a rare item. S.G. O15. Photo.
1128 £160
New Zealand: Officials: ''O. P. S. O.'' overprints on 1898-1903 issues, Perf. 11 5d. purple-brown, violet overprint horizontal pair and green overprint single, used, the former with a few bends, otherwise mainly fine. The former has overprints of a heavy, slightly smudged nature and this lot is necessarily offered ''on its merits''. S.G. O17, a.
1129 | £160
New Zealand: Officials: ''O. P. S. O.'' overprints, a mint selection of reprints or forgeries comprising 1882-97 issues 1/2d. perf. 10, 1d. perf. 11, 21/2d. perf. 10 x 11 (thinned), Pictorial 1/2d. green, 1/2d. (3), 1d. blue and yellow-brown (2), 3d., 4d. rose, 5d., a few tone spots. (12)
1130 | £350
New Zealand: Officials: A mint collection on leaves, incl. 1907-11 2d. block of twelve, 2s., 5s., 1910-16 set with 3d. block of eight, 6d. and 8d. blocks of four, 1913-14 2s., 5s. (2), 1915-27 set (both perfs.), 1936-61 values to 2s., 1938-41 set of five, 1940 Centenial set, etc., mostly fine. (146)
1131 £85
New Zealand: Officials: A used selection, incl. 1907-11 to 5s., 1910-16 and 1940 Centennial sets, etc., mostly fine. (44) Photo.
1132 £140
New Zealand: Officials: 1907-11 3d. bistre-brown in a fine unmounted mint block of ten (2 x 5). S.G. O63, cat. 450+.
1133 £260
New Zealand: Officials: 1908-09 1 rose-pink, mint, fine. S.G. O72a, cat. 500. Photo.
1134 £130
New Zealand: Officials: 1910-16 3d. chestnut se-tenant perfs. vertical pair, fine mint. S.G. O74ab., cat. 300. Photo.
1135 £120
New Zealand: Officials: 1915 5s. yellow-green on De La Rue paper, perf. 141/2 x 14, a fine mint block of four. S.G. O86, cat. 260+.
1136 £130
New Zealand: Officials: 1927-33 2s. light blue, a fine mint block of four. S.G. O112, cat. 280+.
1137 £80
New Zealand: Officials: 1927-33 5s. green, mint, fine. S.G. O113, cat. 250.
1138 £350
New Zealand: Officials: 1936-61 Single watermark perf. 131/2 x 14 1d. scarlet in a scarce lower marginal block of four showing plate no. B2, a little heavily mounted on top pair, otherwise fine mint. S.G. O115a, C.P. LO2b[4], cat. $2,250. Photo.
1140 | £130
New Zealand: Officials: 1936-61 2s. olive-green perf. 121/2 in a lower left corner marginal block of four showing plate no. 1, a few small tone spots, otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. O132c, C.P. LO13f (2)[4], cat. $1,100.
1141 | £420
New Zealand: Officials: 1940 Centennial, the set of eight values from 1/2d. to 8d. with variety ''ff'' joined, the 21/2d. value in a horizontal strip of three, the remainder in vertical pairs, all marginal though most with thins in margins, the stamps fine unmounted mint. S.G. O141a to O149a, cat. 638.
1142 | £250
New Zealand: Life Insurance stamps: A collection on leaves with early issues incl. 1891-98 (both wmks.) set, 1905 perf. 11 2d., perf. 14 1d. (2), ''De La Rue'' paper 1913-20 set mint and used, ''Cowan'' paper 1925-37 perf. 14 set used, ''Wiggins Teape'' 1937 set set mint and used, etc., mainly good to fine. (102)
1143 | £220
New Zealand: Revenues and Postal Fiscals: Stamp Duty 1866-70 mainly used selection incl. 1866 wmk. ''NZ'' imperf. values to 6s.8d., 1867 perf. 1 mint, values to 4 used, 1867 wmk. large ''NZ'' and Star 17s.6d. used, etc., poor to fine. (51)
1144 | £1200
New Zealand: Revenues and Postal Fiscals: Stamp Duty 1882 to 1914 mint and used selection, incl. 1882 values to 10 used, 1901 2s.6d. ''COUNTERPART'' mint, 1903-14 perf. 11 values to 10s., 1 mint, perf. 14 5s., 7s.6d., mint, values to 1 used, perf. 14 x 141/2 values to 2 mint, some postal cancellations, poor to fine. (74)
1145 £320
New Zealand: Postal Fiscals: 1931-40 1s.3d. (both) to 1, 1940 surcharge set of four, mint, odd bend, otherwise mainly fine. (18) S.G. F145-58, F187-90 Photo.
1146 £160
New Zealand: Postal Fiscals: 1931-40 25s. greenish blue, mint, fine. S.G. F159, cat. 350. Photo.
1147 £110
New Zealand: Postal Fiscals: 1931-40 30s. brown, mint, fine. S.G. F160, cat. 250. Photo.
1148 £1650
New Zealand: Postal Fiscals: 1931-40 ''Cowan'' paper 35s. orange-yellow, mint, fine. S.G. F161, cat. 2,750. Photo.
1149 £160
New Zealand: Postal Fiscals: 1931-40 ''Cowan'' paper 2 bright purple, mint, fine. S.G. F162, cat. 300. Photo.
1150 £620
New Zealand: Postal Fiscals: 1931-40 ''Cowan'' paper 3.10s. rose, mint, fine. S.G. F165, cat. 1,300. Photo.
1151 £210
New Zealand: Postal Fiscals: 1931-40 ''Cowan'' paper 4 light blue, mint, fine. S.G. F166, cat. 375. Photo.
1152 £500
New Zealand: Postal Fiscals: 1931-40 ''Cowan'' paper 4.10s. deep olive-grey, mint, fine. S.G. F167, cat. 1,100. Photo.
1153 £140
New Zealand: Postal Fiscals: 1931-40 ''Cowan'' paper 5 indigo-blue, mint, fine. S.G. F168, cat. 325. Photo.
1154 | £210
New Zealand: Revenues and Postal Fiscals: Newspaper Stamps: 1890 selection of 23 mint or unused, with perf. 121/2 to 4d., perf. 11 to 6d., shades, etc., poor to fine.
1155 | £220
New Zealand: Postal Stationery: A Q.V. to Q.E.II mainly unused collection, with postal cards from 1876 incl. surcharged items, envelopes from 1899 1/2d. pointed flap, registered envelopes, also 1890-91 1d. cards used (3, one to London with added 1/2d., another from Gore to Ohio with added Newspaper 1/2d.), 1907 1/2d. used locally in Wanganui, 1940 2d. letter card used 1949 from Hinds to England, etc., mostly good to fine. (69)
1156 | £1750
New Zealand: A mint and used collection in twenty albums and loose incl. 1906 Christchurch Exhibition set mint, strength in Q.E.II issues with definitives incl. unmounted mint plate blocks, 1970-76 issue with some missing colours, coil joins, many commemorative sets also in unmounted mint blocks, range of minor flaws and varieties, f.d.c's, a fairly comprehensive range of booklets from 1954, etc. (many 100's)
1157 | £820
New Zealand: Various with strength in K.G.V issues on leaves and loose, incl. 1915-30 range of perfs. with 5d. imperf. pair, 1920 Victory in blocks of four, 1925 Dunedin set (3, incl. corner pairs with one 4d. showing ''POSTAGF'' flaw), Health issues 1929-38 complete, 1935 Silver Jubilee set in imprint blocks, 1936-42 and 1940 Centenary sets, all mint, some Norfolk Island, etc., varied condition but mostly good to fine.
1158 | £1150
New Zealand: A collection in varied condition in two albums incl. 1864 -71 to 1s. used, range of Pictorial issues used, 1915-30 values to 1s. in mint blocks, 5d. imperf. pair mint, selection of re-entries, also Officials incl. 1907-11 to 6d. (4, one aniline pink (?)) used, 1936-61 3d. brown mint (3), early Life Insurance values on cover, etc. (100's)
1159 | £350
New Zealand: A mainly fine collection of Health issues from 1929 to 1986 in two Senator albums with sets apparently complete both mint and used incl. 1931 Smiling Boys, many issues also in mint blocks, selection of minor flaws and varieties, miniature sheets from 1953, f.d.c's, etc. (100's)
1160 | £220
New Zealand: Small selection of imperf. Chalon issues, comprising 1857-63 no wmk. 6d., 1862 Wmk. Large Star 1d., 2d., 3d., 6d. (3 shades) used, one 6d. just touched, otherwise mainly fine with margins all round, also 1s. forgeries ''unused'' (2) and ''used''. (10)
1161 | £240
New Zealand: Literature: ''The Postage Stamps of New Zealand'' Vols. I to VII, also ''The Penny Universal of New Zealand'' by G.R.Lee.
1162 £800
New Zealand: Antarctic Expeditions: 1908 Shackleton Expedition, King Edward VII Land 1d., Royle printing, a fine mint block of six (3 x 2). S.G. A1, cat 2,400+. Photo.
1163 | £55
New Zealand: Antarctic Expeditions: 1908 Royle 1d. rose-carmine in an upper marginal block of four, fine used. S.G. A1, cat 140+.
1164 £350
New Zealand: Antarctic Expeditions: 1908 Waterlow 1d. rose-carmine fine used. S.G. A1b, cat. 800. Photo.
1165 £270
New Zealand: Antarctic Expeditions: 1911-13 1d. carmine in a horizontal strip of five, marginal at left, the right hand stamp showing no stop after ''LAND'' variety, fine mint. S.G. A3, A3a, cat. 492. Photo.