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British Empire Postage Stamps & Postal History

Sale number: 44

Thursday 20th November 2008

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1 | £1550
Nyasaland: 1891-95 ''B.C.A.'' overprints, specialised selection on leaves, mainly mint, with shades and overprint thickness variations, comprising 1d. (4), 2d. (3), 4d. (5), 6d. ultramarine (3), 6d. deep blue (7), 8d. rose-lake and ultramarine, 8d. red and ultramarine (4), 1s. (3), 2s. (2), 2s.6d. grey-purple (3), 2s.6d. lilac (2), 3s. (4), 4s. (4), 5s. (3) and 10s. (3), also 4s. and 5 perforated ''SPECIMEN'' and 2d. bisect on piece, fair to fine. (54)
2 £180
Nyasaland: 1891-95 ''B.C.A.'' 1d. to 10s. with shades of 6d., 8d., 1s., 2s. and 2s.6d., mint, mainly fine. (17) S.G. 1-13. Photo.
3 £120
Nyasaland: 1891-95 ''B.C.A.'' 1 deep blue, used, a few minor stains, otherwise fine. S.G. 14, cat. 650. Photo.
4 £450
Nyasaland: 1891-95 ''B.C.A.'' 2 rose-red, large part original gum, marginal from the right of the sheet, fresh. S.G. 15, cat. 1,000. Photo.
5 £250
Nyasaland: 1891 ''B.C.A.'' 2 rose, mint, crease at top, otherwise fine. S.G. 15, cat. 1,000. Photo.
6 £700
Nyasaland: 1891-95 ''B.C.A.'' 5 sage-green, mint, fine S.G. 16, cat. 1,700. Photo.
7 £380
Nyasaland: 1891-95 ''B.C.A.'' 5 sage-green, part original gum with faint tone spot and owners' marks on reverse, pulled perf. at top. S.G. 16, cat. 1,700. Photo.
8 £500
Nyasaland: 1891-95 ''B.C.A.'' 5 sage-green, cancelled by Chikwara squared circle, pressed creasing and a few slightly short perfs., otherwise fine S.G. 16, unpriced. Photo.
9 £520
Nyasaland: 1891-95 ''B.C.A.'' 10 brown, part original gum (sweated), fine. S.G. 17, cat. 4,000. Photo.
10 £480
Nyasaland: 1891 ''B.C.A.'' 10 brown unused, small part original gum, fine. S.G. 17, cat. 4,000. Photo.
11 £150
Nyasaland: 1892-93 3s. on 4s., a few slightly nibbled perfs. at right, 4s. on 5s. horizontal pair and single, 1895 1d. on 2d. (9) incl. block of four and single showing misplaced surcharge, all mint, most fine. (13) Photo.
12 £85
Nyasaland: 1892-93 3s. on 4s. and 4s. on 5s., used, a few short perfs, otherwise fine. S.G. 18, 19, cat 410. Photo.
13 £160
Nyasaland: 1895 1d. on 2d. sea-green and vermilion, variety surcharge double, without stop after ''PENNY'' from the Blantyre trial printing, fine mint, collector's mark on gum. S.G. cat. 550. Photo.
14 £160
Nyasaland: 1895 1d. on 2d. sea green and vermilion, variety surcharge double without stop after ''PENNY'' from the Blantyre trial printing, large part original gum, fine. Photo.
15 £350
Nyasaland: 1895 No watermark 1d. to 1 handstamped ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type NY1), with gum, some minor faults. (9) S.G. 21s-29s. Photo.
16 £300
Nyasaland: 1895 No watermark 1d. (block of four) to 5s. mint (1s. unused) and 1 unused (regummed) with shades of 2d., 4d., 6d., the 1 with pulled perf. at top, otherwise mostly fine. (15) S.G. 21-29, cat. 1,790. Photo.
17 £350
Nyasaland: 1895 No watermark 1 black and yellow-orange, mint, fine. S.G. 29, cat. 950. Photo.
18 £130
Nyasaland: 1895 No watermark 1 black and yellow-orange, used, fine. S.G. 29, cat. 375. Photo.
19 £230
Nyasaland: 1895 No watermark 25 black and blue-green diagonally handstamped ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type NY1), without gum, colour affected and slight surface marks. S.G. 31s. R.P.S. certificate (1978). Photo.
20 £5200
Nyasaland: 1895 No watermark 25 black and blue-green, from the top of the sheet, fresh mint with paper hinge reinforcing margin, pencil signature on gum. S.G. 31, cat. 11,000. Photo.
21 £2600
Nyasaland: 1895 No watermark 25 black and blue-green, unused, centred to right, otherwise fine and rare. S.G. 31, cat. 11,000. Photo.
22 £250
Nyasaland: 1896 Watermarked 1d. to 25 overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type D12 or D12x), the 25 etc.with some very faint gum toning, otherwise mainly fine with gum. (11) S.G. 32s-42s, cat. 880. Photo.
23 £300
Nyasaland: 1896 Watermarked 1d. to 1 mint with shades of 1d. (5, incl. an umounted block), 2d., 4d., 6d. (2), 1s., 5s., the 1 with pulled perf. and black paper gum adhesion, otherwise mainly fine. (20) S.G. 32-40, cat. 1,577. Photo.
24 £270
Nyasaland: 1896 Watermarked 2s.6d. black and magenta, variety printed on gummed side, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type D12x), S.G. 37s var. Photo.
25 £110
Nyasaland: 1896 Watermarked 10 black and orange and 25 black and green, both overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', 25 has ink mark at left, with gum, otherwise fine. S.G. 41a, 42s, cat. 505. Photo.
26 £120
Nyasaland: 1897-1900 1d. to 10 and 1901 colour change 1d., 4d., 6d. all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type D12 or D12a) with gum, 4d. thinned, 3s. (without gum) and 10s. corner creases, 10 small part gum. (14) S.G. 43s-52s, 57ds-58s, cat. 560. Photo.
27 | £450
Nyasaland: 1897-1900 selection incl.1d. to 10s. mint with selection of shades and multiples incl. plate blocks,1d. block of 24, 2d. blocks of 20 and 24, 6d. block of six (slightly creased), 4d., 6d. and 1s. ''SPECIMEN'' overprints, 1 used (2, one ''apparently''), 10 apparently used, also 1897 1d. on 3s. surcharges mint (5 variations incl. misplacement) and 1901 colour changes (in plate blocks of four, mainly good to fine. (152)
28 £160
Nyasaland: 1897-1900 1d. imperf. colour trial in black and yellow on thicker, unwatermarked paper, fine without gum. Photo.
29 £160
Nyasaland: 1897-1900 1d. imperforate colour trial in black and green on watermarked gummed paper. Photo.
30 £160
Nyasaland: 1897-1900 1d. imperforate colour trial in black and green affixed to small piece, on gummed watermarked paper. Photo.
31 £320
Nyasaland: 1897-1900 2s.6d. imperf. colour trial in black and brown on unwatermarked paper, fine without gum. Photo.
32 £160
Nyasaland: 1897-1900 1 imperforate proof in issued colour on gummed watermarked paper, some adherence, slight crease and small thin. Photo.
33 £720
Nyasaland: 1897 10 black and yellow, cancelled by Zomba ''MR 9/04'' squared circle, fine. S.G. 52, cat. 1,900. Photo.
34 £3800
Nyasaland: 1897 1d. on 3s. black and sea green in a mint block of six from the foot of the sheet with plate number, one showing variety ''PNNEY'' for ''PENNY'' [R. 2/4], fine mint, others slightly heavily mounted, rare. S.G. 53, a, cat. 5,000+. Photo.
35 £2600
Nyasaland: 1897 1d. on 3s. black and sea green, variety ''PNNEY'' for ''PENNY'' [R. 4/2]. mint with some paper gum adhesions, fine and rare. S.G. 53a, cat. 5,000. Photo.
36 £1400
Nyasaland: 1897 1d. on 3s. black and sea green, variety ''PENN'' (''Y'' virtually omitted), cancelled Fort Johnston ''JA 1/99'', fine. S.G. 53b, cat. 2,000. Photo.
37 £320
Nyasaland: 1897 1d. on 3s. black and sea green, variety surcharge double, marginal from the foot of the sheet with plate no., mint with usual pink backing paper adhesions, fine. S.G. 53c, cat. 500. Photo.
38 £300
Nyasaland: 1897 1d. on 3s. black and sea green, variety surcharge double, mint with usual pink backing paper adhesions, fine. S.G. 53c, cat. 500. Photo.
39 £250
Nyasaland: 1897 1d. on 3s. black and sea green, variety surcharge double, mint with the usual pink backing paper adhesions, fine. S.G. 53c, cat. 500. Photo.
40 £680
Nyasaland: 1898 ''Cheque'' Stamps, (Mar.) Imperf., Setting I, with initials, 1d. vermilion and grey-blue, used first day (Mar. 11) on envelope locally addressed from Zomba, part flap missing and slight cover creasing at right. S.G. 54. Photo.
41 £230
Nyasaland: 1898 ''Cheque'' Stamps, (Mar.) Imperf., Setting I, with initials, 1d. vermilion and grey-blue, a fine example, marginal from the top of the sheet, tied by Blantyre ''18 MR/98'' c.d.s. to small piece. S.G. 54, cat. 900. Photo.
42 £200
Nyasaland: 1898 ''Cheque'' Stamps, (Mar.) Imperf., Setting I, with initials, 1d. vermilion and grey-blue, cancelled by Zomba first day ''MR 11/98'' c.d.s., thinned on reverse but fine appearance. S.G. 54, cat. 900. Photo.
43 £1100
Nyasaland: 1898 ''Cheque'' Stamps, (Mar.) Imperf., Setting I, variety without initials, 1d. vermilion and grey-blue, unused very slight hinge thins and corner bend, fine appearance. S.G. 54a, cat. 5,000. Photo.
44 £45
Nyasaland: 1898 ''Cheque'' Stamps, (Mar.) Imperf., Setting I, with initials, 1d. vermilion and grey-blue, with Control ''Z 15'', from the top of the sheet, cancelled Fort Anderson ''MR 25/98'', horizontal crease and hinge remnant (both in upper selvedge only). S.G. 55, cat. 650. Photo.
45 £190
Nyasaland: 1898 ''Cheque'' Stamps, (Mar.) Imperf., Setting II, 1d. vermilion and deep ultramarine (pale shade), Control ''2 G''-''1 F''/ ''17 E''-''FY'' block of four from the right with part selvedge on three sides, cancelled Zomba ''MY 13/98''. S.G. 56, cat. 520+. Photo.
46 £260
Nyasaland: 1898 ''Cheque'' Stamps, (Mar.) Imperf., Setting II, 1d. vermilion and deep ultramarine (pale shade), Control ''M 4''-''X 8''/ ''Z 19''-(without control) block of four with selvedge at top and foot, cancelled Zomba ''MY 21/98''. S.G. 56, a, cat. 570+. Photo.
47 £210
Nyasaland: 1898 ''Cheque'' Stamps, (Mar.) Imperf., Setting II, 1d. vermilion and deep ultramarine (pale shade), Control (without control)-''D''/ ''29''-''F'' block of four with selvedge at top and foot, cancelled Zomba ''MY 21/98''. S.G. 56, a, cat. 570+. Photo.
48 £190
Nyasaland: 1898 ''Cheque'' Stamps, (June) Perf. 12, Setting II, 1d. vermilion and pale ultramarine, block of twelve (6 x 2) from the right of the sheet with selvedge three sides, cancelled Zomba ''JY 29/98'' on piece. S.G. 57, cat. 300+. Photo.
49 £160
Nyasaland: 1898 ''Cheque'' Stamps, (June) Perf. 12, Setting II, 1d. vermilion and deep ultramarine, block of four from the left of the sheet, cancelled Zomba ''JY 2o/98'' on reverse of locally addressed envelope, a single having been removed from obverse. S.G. 57a. Photo.
50 £170
Nyasaland: 1901 imperforate colour trial in dull purple and black on red, fine on gummed watermarked paper. Photo.
51 £220
Nyasaland: 1901 1d. imperf. colour trial in grey-green and ultramarine on watermarked paper, with gum, fine. Photo.
52 £180
Nyasaland: 1901 1d. imperf. colour trial in grey-green and olive on watermarked paper, with gum, fine. Photo.
53 £130
Nyasaland: 1901 1d. imperf. colour trial in dull lilac and mauve on watermarked paper, with gum, fine. Photo.
54 £220
Nyasaland: 1901 1d. imperf. colour trial in dull lilac and red-brown on watermarked paper, with gum, fine. Photo.
55 £230
Nyasaland: 1901 1d. imperf. colour trial in black and emerald-green on watermarked paper, with gum, slight wrinkles. Photo.
56 £170
Nyasaland: 1901 1d. imperf. colour trial in grey-green and carmine on watermarked paper, with gum, slight vertical bend. Photo.
57 £170
Nyasaland: 1901 1d. imperf. colour trial in dull lilac and grey on watermarked paper, with gum, horizontal bend. Photo.
58 £620
Nyasaland: 1903-04 issue, Master die proof for the small format lower values, in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm.) with uncleared value tablets, country name and surround, endorsed ''BEFORE HARDENING'' and dated ''16.OCT 02''. Photo.
59 £180
Nyasaland: 1903 1d. imperf. colour trial in dull purple and bistre-brown on Crown CA watermarked paper, with gum, fine. Photo.
60 £200
Nyasaland: 1903 1d. imperf. colour trial in dull purple and sage-green on Crown CA watermarked paper, with gum, fine. Photo.
61 £170
Nyasaland: 1903 1d. imperf. colour trial in dull purple and purple-brown on Crown CA watermarked paper, with small part gum, fine. Photo.
62 £210
Nyasaland: 1903 1d. imperf. colour trial in blue-green and purple on Crown CA watermarked paper, with gum, light vertical bend. Photo.
63 £150
Nyasaland: 1903 1d. imperf. colour trial in violet and blue-green on Crown CA watermarked paper, with gum, light vertical bend. Photo.
64 £190
Nyasaland: 1903 1d. imperf. colour trial in blue-green and brown on Crown CA watermarked paper, with gum, vertical bend. Photo.
65 £120
Nyasaland: 1903 1d. imperf. colour trial in carmine and bistre-brown on Crown CA watermarked paper, with gum, vertical bend. Photo.
66 £130
Nyasaland: 1903 1d. imperf. colour trial in blue-green and yellow-green on Crown CA watermarked paper, with gum, vertical bend. Photo.
67 £210
Nyasaland: 1903-04, 2s.6d. die proof of frame in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm.) endorsed ''AFTER/HARDENING'' and dated ''12 DEC 02''. Photo.
68 £250
Nyasaland: 1903 2s.6d. imperf. colour trial in dull purple and yellow-green on Crown CA watermarked paper, with gum, fine. Photo.
69 £260
Nyasaland: 1903 2s.6d. imperf. colour trial in purple and yellow-brown on Crown CA watermarked paper, with gum, light vertical bend. Photo.
70 £250
Nyasaland: 1903 2s.6d. imperf. colour trial in brown and blue-green on Crown CA watermarked paper, with gum, corner bend. Photo.
71 £230
Nyasaland: 1903 2s.6d. imperf. colour trial in blue-green and brown on Crown CA watermarked paper with watermark inverted, with gum, some creasing and light gum toning, fine appearance. Photo.
72 £270
Nyasaland: 1903-04, 4s. die proof of frame in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm.) endorsed ''AFTER/HARDENING'' and dated ''4 FEB 03''. Photo.
73 £150
Nyasaland: 1908-11 3d. die proof of frame in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm.), endorsed ''BEFORE/HARDENING'' and dated ''14 FEB 08''. Photo.
74 £130
Nyasaland: 1908 De La Rue ''Nyasaland'' imperf. colour trials for Universal Colour Scheme, 1d. affixed to piece, numbered and endorsed ''No. 23. Green Paper./Border, S.F. Red. Head, D.F. Green.'' Photo.
75 £150
Nyasaland: 1908 De La Rue ''Nyasaland'' imperf. colour trials for Universal Colour Scheme, 1d. affixed to piece, numbered and endorsed ''No. 31/S.F. Red.'', small contemporary ink mark at left. Photo.
76 £150
Nyasaland: 1908 De La Rue ''Nyasaland'' imperf. colour trials for Universal Colour Scheme, 1d. affixed to piece, numbered and endorsed ''No. 48. Yellow Paper./Border, S.F. Red. Head, D.F. Green.'' Photo.
77 £150
Nyasaland: 1908 De La Rue ''Nyasaland'' imperf. colour trials for Universal Colour Scheme, 1d. affixed to piece, numbered and endorsed ''No. 49./Border, S.F. Purple. Head, D.F. Green.'' Photo.
78 £150
Nyasaland: 1908 De La Rue ''Nyasaland'' imperf. colour trials for Universal Colour Scheme, 1d. affixed to piece, numbered and endorsed ''No. 51. Red Paper/Border, S.F. Black. Head, D.F. Purple.'' Photo.
79 £80
Nyasaland: 1908-11 De La Rue ''Nyasaland'' imperforate colour trials for Universal Colour Scheme, 1d. affixed to piece in green and carmine, small mark on face, otherwise fine. Photo.
80 £270
Nyasaland: 1903-04 1d. to 10 overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type D12 or D12a), odd imperfection (10 fine), otherwise mainly fine with gum. (10) S.G. 59s-67s, cat. 750. Photo.
81 £420
Nyasaland: 1903-07, selection of shades etc., comprising wmk. Crown CA 1d. block of four and single, 2d. block of four and single, 4d. (3), 6d. (2), 1s. (3), wmk. Crown CC 2s.6d. (2), 4s. (2), 10s. (2), 1 (2), wmk. Multiple Crown CA 1d. (2), 6d. (2), mint, good to fine. (30) S.G. 59-66, 68, 71, cat. 1,221. Photo.
82 £190
Nyasaland: 1903-04 1d. to 1 set, mainly fine mint. S.G. 59-66, cat. 550. Photo.
83 £150
Nyasaland: 1903-07 6d. and 1908-11 4d., both with watermark inverted, mint, fine. S.G. 62aw, 76w, cat. 270.
84 £140
Nyasaland: 1903-04 1 grey and carmine, fine and fresh mint. S.G. 66, cat. 300. Photo.
85 £180
Nyasaland: 1903-04 10 grey and blue, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine and fresh with gum. S.G. 67s, cat. 400. Photo.
86 £80
Nyasaland: 1903-04 10 grey and blue, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', slight creasing, otherwise fine with gum. S.G. 67s, cat. 400. Photo.
87 £8800
Nyasaland: 1903-04 10 grey and blue in an unmounted mint pair from lower-left corner of sheet showing plate number ''1'', fine and of fresh appearance, extremely rare. B.P.A. Certificate (1971). S.G. 67, cat. 11,000 as singles. Photo.
88 £1500
Nyasaland: 1903-04 10 grey and blue mint with some gum redistribution. S.G. 67, cat. 5,500. Photo.
89 £190
Nyasaland: 1908-11 1/2d. to 1 set overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type D12 or D12a), mainly fine with gum. (10) S.G. 72s-82s, cat. 550. Photo.
90 £270
Nyasaland: 1908-11 mint selection comprising set to 1 with additional 1/2d. to 1s. in blocks of four or larger, 2s.6d. shade (tone spots), 3d. plate no. block of four and 1s. plate no. pair, mainly good to fine. (45) S.G. 72-81, cat. 984+. Photo.
91 £260
Nyasaland: 1908-11 1/2d. to 1 set mint, with shades of 1/2d. to 1s., mainly fine. (16) S.G. 72-81, cat. 715. Photo.
92 £920
Nyasaland: 1908-11 1 purple and black on red, showing variety serif on ''G'', mint, slightly surface rubbed, otherwise fine. S.G. 81c, cat 1,900. Photo.
93 £6000
Nyasaland: 1908-11 10 purple and ultramarine, a fine unmounted mint example from top of sheet (mounted on margin), rare. B.P.A. Certificate (1987). S.G. 82, cat. 9,000+. Photo.
94 £4000
Nyasaland: 1908-11 10 purple and ultramarine, mint, fine and scarce. S.G. 82, cat. 9,000. Photo.
95 £220
Nyasaland: 1913-19 1/2d. to 1 with 1s. shade, all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', with gum, odd minor stain on reverse, otherwise fine. (13) S.G. 83s-98s, 93bs, cat. 560. Photo.
96 £220
Nyasaland: 1913-19 1/2d. to 1 set overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G. 83-98s, cat. 500. Photo.
97 | £250
Nyasaland: 1913-19 Watermark Multiple Crown CA issues, mainly mint specialised selection, incl. set to 10s. (4), 1 (2, one with slight surface defects) with a range of shades and 1s. watermark inverted mint and used (both slight faults), most fine. (52) S.G. 83-98, 93aw.
98 £300
Nyasaland: 1913-19 1/2d. to 1 set with extra 10s. shade, also 1921-30 1/2d. to 10s. set, mainly fine mint. S.G. 83-98, 100-113, cat 595. Photo.
99 £130
Nyasaland: 1913-19 4s. carmine and black with HPF 51, 10s. pale green and deep scarlet on green with HPF 51, 10s. green and deep scarlet on green with HPF 55B and 1 purple and black on red with HPF 51, good to fine mint. S.G. 95, 96, 96e, 98. Photo.
100 £1200
Nyasaland: 1913-19 Watermark Multiple Crown CA 10s. green and deep scarlet on green, mint lower left corner marginal plate no. horizontal pair showing extra comb of vertical perforations in lower selvedge resulting in stamps doubly perforated vertically (reinforced), fine and rare. S.G. 96e var. Photo.
101 £130
Nyasaland: 1913-19 Watermark Multiple Crown CA 1 purple and black on pale red and 1 pale purple and black on scarlet shades, mint, fine. S.G. 98, var., cat. 360+.
102 £110
Nyasaland: 1913-19 Watermark Multiple Crown CA 1 purple and black on pale red and 1 pale purple and black on scarlet shades, used, fine. S.G. 98, var., cat. 280+.
103 £130
Nyasaland: 1913-19 1 purple and black on red, vertical pair and two singles used on small piece, few imperfections, otherwise fine. S.G. 98. Photo.
104 £220
Nyasaland: 1913-19 10 purple and dull ultramarine overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type D12a), very fine with gum. S.G. 99s, cat. 450. Photo.
105 £180
Nyasaland: 1913-19 10 purple and dull ultramarine, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', very minor tone spot, otherwise fine with gum. S.G. 99s, cat. 450. Photo.
106 £7500
Nyasaland: 1913-19 10 purple and dull ultramarine horizontal pair unmounted mint, fine, fresh, and a scarce multiple. S.G. 99, cat. 12,000. Photo.
107 £720
Nyasaland: 1913-19 10 purple and royal blue, used, slightly toned, otherwise fine and rare. R.P.S. certificate (1988) harshly states ''stained''. S.G. 99e, cat 1,700. Photo.
109 £220
Nyasaland: 1921-33 1/2d. to 10s. set overprinted or perforated ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type D12, D16 or D19), the 2s. with HPF 9 scroll break, the 10s. with HPF 54 damaged leaf, mainly fine with gum. (13) S.G. 100s-113s, cat. 450+. Photo.
110 | £550
Nyasaland: 1921-33 Watermark Multiple Script CA mainly mint selection with shades and papers, set to 2s. (5, one with broken crown and scroll), 2s.6d. (4, one marginal with broken crown and scroll, tiny thin), 4s. (3, one with scroll breaks), 5s. (5, one with dent in scroll) and 10s. (5, incl. two with plate no. and green and scarlet on emerald shade with tiny thin), also 2s.6d. (2) and 4s. (2) each overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' and showing minor head plate flaws, most fine. (51)
111 £150
Nyasaland: 1921-33, imperf. working proofs of 1d., 1s. and 4s., all in issued colours on green unwatermarked paper, the 1s. a poor impresion in a block of four, some faults. (6) Photo.
112 | £320
Nyasaland: 1921-33 2s. purple and bue on pale blue (2) one with HPF 3A, other HPF 51, 2s.6d. black and carmine-red on pale blue with HPF 60A from lower-right corner of sheet with plate number, 2s.6d. grey-black and scarlet-vermilion on pale blue (2) one with HPF4A/B, other with HPF 5A, 4s. carmine and black (8) with HPF 3A, 6A, 9A, 34A, 40A, 51, 58 and 60A/B (from right of sheet with plate number), 5s. green and red on yellow (6) showing HPF 3A, 4A/B, 9A, 40A, 51 and 58, 10s. green and red on pale emerald (2) with HPF 3A and 52A/B, mainly good to fine mint. S.G. 109, 110, 110j, 111, 112, 113.
113 £190
Nyasaland: 1921-33 Watermark Multiple Script CA 2s. purple and blue on pale blue, upper right corner marginal mint block of four, with plate no. and sheet no. ''1094'', incl. break in scroll (HPF 12) and broken crown and scroll (HPF 24) varieities, some perf. reinforcement at top, the lower pair unmounted, fine. S.G. 109, a, b, cat. 350+. Photo.
114 £140
Nyasaland: 1921-33 Watermark Multiple Script CA 2s.6d. grey-black and scarlet-vermilion on pale blue, small ink mark in margin at right, and 4s. carmine and black, lower right corner marginal mint blocks of four, both with plate no. and scroll break (HPF 60), the 4s. block with some adhesions, separation and reinforcement (variety small surface mark), the 2s.6d. block fine (variety unmounted). S.G. 109g, 111, vars.
115 £160
Nyasaland: 1921-33 Watermark Multiple Script CA 2s.6d. grey-black and scarlet-vermilion on pale blue, upper right corner marginal example with plate no. and sheet no. ''2339'', incl. break in scroll (HPF 12) unmounted mint with natural diagonal band of thickened gum, fine. S.G. 110ja, cat. 250+. Photo.
116 £170
Nyasaland: 1921-33 5s. imperf. plate proof in issued green and red on yellow, affixed to piece, 3.5mm. tear at top. Photo.
117 £190
Nyasaland: 1921-33 Watermark Multiple Script CA 5s. green and red on yellow, lower left corner marginal block of eight (4 x 2) with plate no., incl. HPF 52, unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 112, cat. 336+.
118 £110
Nyasaland: 1921-33 Watermark Multiple Script CA 5s. green and red on yellow, marginal from the right of the sheet and showing partially repaired nick in top right scroll (HPF 18), mint, fine. S.G. 112c var. Photo.
119 £260
Nyasaland: 1921-33 Watermark Multiple Script CA 10s. green and red on pale emerald, upper right corner marginal example with plate no. and sheet no. ''681'', incl. break in scroll (HPF 12) unmounted mint with light vertical bend, otherwise fine. S.G. 113a, cat. 450+. Photo.
120 | £150
Nyasaland: 1934-35 1/2d. to 1s. selection, incl. sets perforated ''SPECIMEN'', mint (incl. blocks of four) and used on 1936 registered cover, mainly good to fine. (66 + 1 cover)
121 £450
Nyasaland: 1935 Silver Jubilee selection comprising 1d. 3d. and 1s. each corner marginal and showing variety ''kite and vertical log'' [Pl. ''2A'', R. 10/6], 1d. corner sheet no. block of four incl. smudge to left of tower [R. 2/5], also set perforated ''SPECIMEN'' (slight faults) and mint. Photo.
122 | £500
Nyasaland: 1937 to 1964, mainly mint specialised collection on leaves incl., incl. 1937 Coronation 1945 definitives and 1947 1d. perforated ''SPECIMEN'', 1945 set mint (3) with additional values to 10s. (block of four), 1948 Silver Wedding mint and used, 1953-54 to 20s. (7, incl. unmounted imprint blocks), 1963 set with 10s. shade in mint blocks of four, 1964 set (3), some varieties, etc., mainly fine. (approx. 500)
123 £400
Nyasaland: 1938-44 1/2d. to 1 set perforated ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type W8, W8a or D20), fine with gum. (18) S.G. 130s-143s, cat. 700. Photo.
124 | £90
Nyasaland: 1938-44 2s. purple and blue on blue, selection comrpising unmounted mint lower left corner block of twelve (4 x 3) and upper left corner plate block of eight (4 x 2), also singles mint (6) and used, mainly fine. (27) S.G. 139, cat. 273+.
125 £980
Nyasaland: 1938-44 2s. to 1, each in an upper left corner marginal block of eight (2 x 4) with plate no., unmounted mint, mainly fine. S.G. 139-43, cat. 1,280+. Photo.
126 | £140
Nyasaland: 1938-44 2s.6d. black and red on blue, selection comprising unmounted mint lower left corner block of twelve (4 x 3) incl. HPF 39, plate blocks of ten (5 x 2) from the left of the sheet with plate no. and margin (one with patch of gum disturbance and some perf. separation, and uper left corner plate block of eight (4 x 2, one with trivial thin), also singles mint (6), most fine. (36) S.G. 140, cat. 432+.
127 | £200
Nyasaland: 1938-44 5s, selection of shades comprising pale green and red on yellow (7) incl. sheet no. ''378'' pair (one with HPF 11), green and red on pale yellow block of four (one pair lightly creased) and singles (6, one with plate no.), some minor flaws, most fine. (17) S.G. 141, a, cat. 1,036+.
128 £140
Nyasaland: 1938-44 5s. green and red on pale yellow, lower left corner marginal mint block of four incl. HPF 49, the lower pair unmounted , mainly fine. S.G.141a, var., cat. 320+.
129 £270
Nyasaland: 1938-44 5s. pale green and red on yellow, lower right corner marginal block of twelve (4 x 3) with plate no. and incl. HPF47, unmounted mint, mainly fine. S.G.141, var., cat. 600+. Photo.
130 £220
Nyasaland: 1938-44 5s. pale green and red on yellow, upper right corner marginal block of eight (4 x 2) with sheet no. ''353'', unmounted mint, mainly fine. S.G.141, cat. 400+. Photo.
131 £350
Nyasaland: 1938-44 10s., a selection of mint shades incl. scarce bluish green and brown-red on pale green (3, one marginal with plate no., another corner marginal with sheet no. ''450'', etc., mainly fine. (10) S.G. 142, a, cat. 1,400+. Photo.
132 £2600
Nyasaland: 1938-44 10s. bluish green and brown-red red on pale green, upper left corner marginal block of eight (4 x 2) with plate no., unmounted mint, mainly fine. S.G.142a, cat. 2,800+. Photo.
133 £2000
Nyasaland: 1938-44 10s. bluish green and brown-red red on pale green, lower left corner marginal block of twelve (4 x 3) incl. HPF 28 and 39, unmounted mint, mainly fine. S.G.142a, vars., cat. 4,200+. Photo.
134 £95
Nyasaland: 1938-44 1 purple and black on red, upper marginal block of four with sheet no. ''308'', tied to piece by fine Zomba ''30 JUL 45'' c.d.s.'s, mainly fine. S.G.143.
135 | £200
Nyasaland: 1938-44 1 purple and black on red, selection comprising two mint blocks of four, one upper left corner marginal unmounted with plate no., the other with some adhesions, and mint singles (six, incl. unmounted upper marginal plate no. and lower right corner marginal examples), most fine. (14) S.G. 143, cat. 588+.
136 £140
Nyasaland: 1938-44 1 purple and black on red, upper left corner marginal block of eight (4 x 2) with plate no., pos. 15/16 with patch of gum disturbance and pos. 16 also with corner crease. S.G.143, cat. 336+. Photo.
137 £260
Nyasaland: 1938-44 1 purple and black on red, lower left corner marginal block of twelve (4 x 3) incl. HPF 39, unmounted mint, mainly fine. S.G.143, var., cat. 504+. Photo.
138 | £110
Nyasaland: Postal Stationery: A mainly unused selection of 20 items, incl. 1895 1/2d. and 1d. postcards, 4d. registered envelope, 1899 1d. wrapper, 1903 1/2d. and 1d. postcards, 1910 4d. registered envelope, 1912 1d. envelope, 1914 4d. registered envelope and 1916 1d. envelope, all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', etc., fair to fine.
139 | £800
Nyasaland: Postal Stationery: Selection of fiften used items, incl. 1895 1/2d. card used 1898 from Upper Shire to Liwonde and with added 1d. 1902 from Chinde to Ketakota, 1d. card used 1899 from Fort Mlanje to Dedza, 1895 2d. card used 1897 from Fort Anderson to Isle of Man, 1899 1d, wrapper used 1900 locally from Dowa, etc., good to fine.
140 | £1600
Nyasaland: A mint and used collection in a stockbook, incl. 1891-95 to 10s. (2) mint, 1 unused, 1892-93 3s, on 4s., 4s, on 5s. mint, 1895 no watermark to 5s. mint, 1 used, 1896 watermarked 3s. and 1 both overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' also 1 unused, 1897-1900 2s.6d. to 10 overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', also mint to 1, 1903-04 2s.6d. to 1 overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', also 1 used, 1908-11 10s. and 1 overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', 1913-19 to 1 mint, 1921-33 2s. to 10s. mint, 1934-35 1/2d. to 1s. set perforated ''SPECIMEN'', 1938-44 1/2d. to 1s. perforated ''SPECIMEN'', etc., very mixed condition. (approx. 273).
141 £210
Nyasaland: A Q.V. to K.G.VI balance collection, incl. 1891-95 ''B.C.A.'' values to 10s., 1895 6d., 1896 to 1s., mint, 1898 Setting II 1d. imperf. used (2, one with small tear), 1d. perf. 12 (2) used on piece, 1903-04 6d. wmk. inverted unused, 1908-11 1 cleaned with fake cancellation, 1945 to 20s. (3) used, poor to fine. (105)
142 £2500
Nyasaland: Revenues: 1891 Large format 2s.6d. to 10, five die proofs in issued colours on ungummed wove paper (39 x 67mm. approx.),the 2s.6d. with value expressed in words ''TWO SHILLINGS & SIXPENCE'' (numbers used on issued stamp for space reasons), the others with values in serifed capitals (unserifed on issued stamps). Mewett 669-673 P, Barefoot 5-9 P. Photo.
143 £380
Nyasaland: Revenues: 1891 Large format, Perf. 121/2 10s., 1 and 10 mint, the 10s. and 1 lower right corner marginal, fine. Mewett 671-73, Barefoot 7-9. Photo.
144 £450
Nyasaland: Revenues: 1891 Large format 25 die proof in black on wove paper (61 x 41mm.). Mewett 674 P, Barefoot 10 P. Photo.
145 £420
Nyasaland: Revenues: 1891 Large format, Imperf. 25 deep blue and 50 deep green, both perforated ''SPECIMEN'' twice, fine with gum (the 50 with crackly brownish gum). Mewett 674s, 675s, Barefoot 10s, 11s. Photo.
146 £400
Nyasaland: Revenues: 1891 Large format, Imperf. 25 deep blue, mint, fine. Mewett 674, Barefoot 10. Photo.
147 £420
Nyasaland: Revenues: 1891 Large format 50 imperf. plate proof in deep red on thin wove paper, fine with gum. Mewett 675 P, Barefoot 11 P. Photo.
148 £230
Nyasaland: Revenues: 1891 Large format, Imperf. 50 deep green, unused, some faint stains and surface scuffs. Mewett 675, Barefoot 11. Photo.
149 £400
Nyasaland: Revenues: Selection of 22 incl. 1891 Large format 2s.6d. used (''857'' Upper Shire barred oval), 4s. used (West Shire double circle), 1893 1s. on 1 mint, pair used (Port Herald c.d.s.), 6s. on 10 mint (some toned perfs. at top), 1953 and 1955 values to 5s. mint, etc., fair to fine.
150 £100
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: 1894 (Apr. 13) envelope to Hampshire, franked ''B.C.A.'' 6d. cancelled ''854'' with Blantyre c.d.s. alongside, backstamped Tshinde Apr. 28 and Portsmouth June 18, the envelope soiled and somewhat roughly opened at left. Photo.
151 £150
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: 1894 (June 22?) wrapper to London, franked ''B.C.A.'' 2d. unusually affixed over Zomba despatch c.d.s. and cancelled by Tshinde ''864'' barred oval with Blantyre June 23 transit on reverse, the wrapper opened for display. `Photo.
152 £680
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: 1894 (Oct. 10) envelope registered to Sydney, bearing ''B.C.A.'' 8d., 1s. and 4s. (slight damage at foot) tied by slightly smudged Blantyre c.d.s.'s with ''REGISTERED/BCA/LETTER'' oval at left, backstamped Zanzibar Nov. 13 and Dec. 18 arrival, slight cover faults but a very scarce high value rating. Photo.
153 £190
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: 1895 (Jan. 28) official envelope to London, redirected within city, endorsed ''O.H.M.S.'' and initialled ''H.M.'' at lower left, franked ''B.C.A.'' 6d. cancelled ''863'' barred oval with Zomba despatch alongside, backstamped Blantyre, Tshinde, Cape Town and Mar. 23 arrival. Photo.
154 £6200
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: 1895 (July 4) large part wrapper to the Universities Mission on Zanzibar, franked by ''B.C.A.'' 2d. horizontal bisect tied by Zomba c.d.s., backstamped Blantyre July 6 and Aug. 29 arrival., the wrapper with faults and manuscript note but very scarce. S.G. 2a, cat. 3,500. Photo.,
155 £450
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: 1895 (June 14) long O.H.B.M.S. envelope folded to smaller size and secured by red wax seal, addressed to Sir Francis Beilby Alston, bearing ''B.C.A.'' 6d. pair and single, one adhesive having been removed, tied by ''861'' barred ovals with Fort Lister c.d.s. at right, Mlanje, Tshiromo, Tshinde, Cape Town and Aug. 5 datestamps on reverse. Photo.
156 £260
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: 1895 (July 4) wrapper from Zomba to London, franked ''B.C.A.'' 2d., with Blantyre ''JY 6/9F'' transit backstamp. Photo.
157 £260
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: 1895 (Nov. 14) 4d. stationery registered envelope additionally franked 1895 4d. (3) cancelled by ''A'' in barred circles with Zomba despatch c.d.s. overstruck by London Jan 20 arrival datestamps, with Tshinde Dec. 3 and Cape Town transit backstamps. Photo.
158 £130
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: 1898 (Mar. 21) small envelope registered from Zomba to Germany bearing 1897 6d. and 2s.6d., locally redirected and transit and arrival backstamps. Photo.
159 £280
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: 1898 (Mar. 24) long O.H.M.S. envelope registered from Zomba to Cheshire bearing 1897 2s.6d., endorsed at lower left by J.T. Gosling as Acting Postmaster General and with large part wax seal on reverse, transit and arrival backstamps, some imperfections but scarce on cover. Photo.
160 | £60
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: 1898 (July 6) envelope front to Glasgow, franked by 1895 1d. on 2d., two pairs (one marginal) cancelled by Blantyre c.d.s.'s of ''1 JY/98'' with date in additional strike below amended in ms. to ''6'', scarce. Photo.
161 £200
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: 1898 (July 16) mourning envelope from Blantyre to Fort Johnston franked ''Cheque'' stamp 1d. perf. 12, small scuff on one perf., with July 20 arrival backstamp. Photo.
162 £620
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: 1932 (Jan. 23) envelope registered express airmail from Limbe to Glasgow, bearing 1908 4s., most unusual with violet ''FIRST OFFICIAL AIR MAIL'' straight line, boxed Express Fee and ''T.P.O. LATE FEE/NOT (deleted) PAID'' handstamps, registration, airmail and Express (G.P.O. 68) labels, Salisbury Jan. 26 transit backstamp, slight soiling. Photo.
163 £220
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: 1932 (July 16) envelope franked 1d. tied by one of two strikes of scarce Showground Limbe ''JY 16/1932'' c.d.s., locally addressed with same day Limbe c.d.s. on reverse. Photo.
164 £120
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: 1933 (May 23) envelope franked 1/2d. pair cancelled scarce ''CHILEKA NYASALAND'' c.d.s. from the temporary post office, same day Blantyre and Limbe backstamps. Photo.
165 £290
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: Travelling Post Offices, 1953 ''set'' of three matching envelopes to Yorkshire, (Jan. 23) bearing 1945 1/2d., 6d. cancelled scarce ''T.P.O. NORTH'' c.d.s. (Banks & Roberts type 15n), (Jan. 27) bearing 1945 9d. cancelled by the extremely rare ''T.P.O.'' (with ''LAKE'' excised) c.d.s. (type 15.2), and (Mar. 14) with Victory set cancelled two ''T.P.O. SOUTH'' c.d.s.'s, mainly fine strikes. Photo.
166 £2700
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: A comprehensive collection of cancellations on adhesives (some on piece) or on pieces, presented mainly on leaves with some loose, and incl. many rarities, with first type barred circles incl. ''B.C.A.'' 6d. (8, incl. Ruo ''C'' and Mlanje ''K''), type 2 double circles with Zomba on 1895 3s., Karonga on 1897 4s., type 3 double circles with Deep Bay on 1897 1d. pair, Karonga on 1897 4s., Rhodesia on ''B.C.A.'' 3s., Tanganyika on ''B.C.A.'' 6d., Tshiromo on ''B.C.A.'' 3s. (2), 1895 3s. and 1, type 5 single circles incl. ''B.C.A.'' values with Abercorn on 2s., Blantyre on ''B.C.A.'' 5s. and 1d. on 2d. (also 1895 5s. and 1897 4s.), Fife on 4s., Fort Lister on 2s., Mpimbi on 8d., Port Herald and Zomba on 3s., squared circles with Fort Hill and Fort Johnston on 1897 4s., Kota-Kota on 1897 2s.6d., rare type 11B ''Fort Lister'' in ms. ''JU 20/27'' on 1d. (on piece), segmented circles with rare 1931 Domira Bay on 2s., Sandama on 4s., skeleton marks on pieces incl. the very rare 1934 and 1935 Agric Show Limbe, Blantyre Prepaid in red (''43/22 AP/19'' after repair), 1932 Showground Limbe, 1934 Tekerani, telegraph cancellations incl. Fort Johnston A.T. Tel on 1921-33 2s., 2s.6d., Limbe Tels on 2s.6d., T.P.O.'s, later offices incl. Rhodesia & Nyasaland period, etc., poor to fine. (100's)
167 | £420
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: A Q.V. to Q.E.II range of covers, etc., on leaves and loose, incl. 1897 Blantyre to Scotland franked 6d., 1910 Ncheu to Bulawayo and 1917 Ncheu to Kalonga, both franked 1d., 1932 (Jan. 23) First Offcial Air Mail, (July 16) local cover with 1d. cancelled scarce Showground Limbe c.d.s (minor stains), 1935 Silver Jubilee set (2, one on Westminster Stamp Co. envelope (cancelled Zomba May 15 1935) and used on registered cover from Blantyre to London, T.P.O. North and South covers, 1953 set on f.d.c., fair to fine. (23 items)
168 £550
Nyasaland: Cancellations and Covers: Airmails 1931-34, a selection of 24 flown covers, comprising 1931 (Dec.) Experimental Flight, 1932 (Jan.) First Official Air Mail (3, one pilot signed), 1933 (May) R.A.F. and Imperial Airways flights, (June) Zomba-Fort Jameson R.A.F. flight (2), (Dec.) Rangoon-Singapore f.f.c. from Limbe and bearing 2s., and 1934 (Mar.) Blantyre-Salisbury First Regular Air Mail Service (13) and return (acceptance from Nairobi), and (July) Nyasaland-Tete (only 10 flown), fair to fine.
169 £2900
Nyasaland: Airmails: 1934 (Sept. 1) registered envelope flown on the 7th. South American Zeppelin flight, franked by 1921-33 2s. cancelled by Zomba c.d.s., rare. Photo.
170 | £450
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: 1916 ''N. F.'' Overprints: A specialised selecion on leaves, incl. set overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', sets mint and used (5, incl. blocks of four cancelled F.P.O. 8 ''31 JUL-17''except 1s. cancelled F.P.O. 1 ''5 SEP 18''), 1d. mint right pane of sixty incl. minor varieties, and a range of broken letters. mostly fine. (126)
171 £130
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Field Post Office No. 1 at Limbe, stampless envelope endorsed ''On Active Service'' from Driver Kaplan of the S.A.S.C. M.T. to Johannesburg, endorsed by Lt. T.E. Clark and with fine type D2 despatch c.d.s. of ''30 MAY-18'' in black.
172 £150
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Two stampless fronts headed ''On Active Service'' or ''O.A.S.'' addressed to the Army & Navy C.S. Ltd. in London, written and endorsed by Capt. G.H. Beaumont of the 1st K.A. Rifles, the first ''SP 4/16'' from Field Post Office No. 2 at New Langenburg with very good type C2 squared circle, the second from Field Post Office No. 7 at Old Langenburg with fine type E c.d.s. Photo.
173 £320
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Field Post Office No. 2 at Rungwe, 1916 (Sept. 22) envelope in the handwriting of Pte. L.H. Rivers, addressed to his parents in Umtali, franked ''N.F.'' Overprint 1d. tied by good type D1 c.d.s. in violet and with Oct. 25 arrival backstamp. Photo.
174 £170
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Field Post Office No. 2, envelope bearing ''N.F.'' Overprint 1/2d. pair and 1d. cancelled by ''MY 19/17'' backdated strikes of type C1 squared circle, addressed in the handwriting of Cpl. L.H. Rivers. See p.15 of ''The Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force 1914-18: A Postal History'' by Drysdall & Pennycuick. Photo.
175 £1300
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Field Post Office No. 2 at Mtangula, ''On Active Service'' front from L.H. Rivers, registered to Umtali, bearing Portuguese Nyassa 50r. (2) tied by type C1 ''AP 29/18'' squared circles, one adhesive having become detached, with ms. registration marking and temporary censor cachet (Northern Rhodesia base cachet with ''POSTAGE FREE'' deleted ) signed by Lt. J. Brown, slight staining. See p.71 of ''The Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force 1914-18: A Postal History'' by Drysdall & Pennycuick. Photo.
176 £350
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Field Post Office No. 3 at Mwaya, envelope to Scotland with ''On Active Service'' endorsement and Kyimbila Mission heading deleted, sent by Pte. J.C. Rhynas of B Company of the S.R.V., fine strike of type C1 ''23 AU/16'' squared circle, minor stains. Photo.
177 £450
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Field Post Office No. 3 at Malangali, censored stampless envelope from Lt. J.H.L. Vaughan of A Company of the B.S.A.P. to his wife in Portugal, resealed by ''OPENED BY/CENSOR'' labels partially overlapping type D1 c.d.s. of ''26 SEP-16'' with ms. ''On Active Service'' endorsement overwritten, apparently confirming local use of the labels, Nov. 26 Lisbon machine arrival backstamp. Highly interesting three page enclosed letter, headed ''Broken Hill'' and dated ''15/9/16'', ''I left Iringa with a small party, all on my lonesome and cruised round for a while - eventually joined up with the rest of our column and have been fighting nearly every day since. The Germans will not stand, retiring as fast as they can whenever we get any where near them.'' Ex Lambert. Photo.
178 £130
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Field Post Office No. 3 Tandala, O.H.M.S. envelope endorsed ''On Active Service'' from L.H. Rivers to his parents in Umtali, bearing upper marginal ''N.F.'' Overprint 1d. tied by fair type D1 c.d.s. from Feb. or Mar. 1917 with Salisbury Mar. 27 transit and next day arrival backstamps. Photo.
179 £100
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Field Post Office No. 3 Tandala, envelope bearing ''N.F.'' Overprint 1/2d. right marginal strip of three (one with minute stop after ''F'') tied by two good to fine strikes of type D1 ''-6 JUL-17'' c.d.s., the envelope self-addressed by L.H. Rivers but with surname later altered to ''Rundle'' by a different hand. Photo.
180 £95
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Field Post Office No. 3 Tandala, envelope with flap missing bearing ''N.F.'' Overprint 1s. tied by fine type D1 ''-6 JUL-17'' c.d.s. wth ms. registration marking ''F.P.O. 3./NO 308./TANDALA'' at left, self-addressed by L.H. Rivers with name partially deleted. Photo.
181 £160
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Field Post Office No. 4 at Fort Johnston, stampless envelope to London endorsed ''On Active Service'' and countersigned at lower left, with very fine ''19 NOV-18'' type D1 c.d.s. at right. Also a fine strike of the c.d.s. showing ''G'' between month and year, tying ''N.F.'' Overprint 1d. to small piece. Photo.
182 £210
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Field Post Office No. 5 at Songea, O.H.M.S. (altered to ''Active Service'') envelope from Sgt. Major Blake to Nkwaila, with ms. registration marking and bearing on the reverse ''N.F.'' Overprint 1d. block of four cancelled by two of three fair to good strike of type C1 ''MY 29/17'' squared circle and showing fine type E transit c.d.s. of Field Post Office 9 (at Zomba) dated ''9'' or ''19'' June with Zomba M.O.B. June 20 squared circle alongside, the envelope opened-out for display. Photo.
183 £290
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Field Post Office No. 6, envelope to Scotland endorsed ''On Active Service'', sent by Pte. J.C. Rhynas of B Company of the S.R.V., with go od strike of type C2 squared circle of ''DE 11/16'', three months earlier than recorded at Mwaya by Drysdall & Pennycuick, a little creased and toned
184 £60
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Field Post Office No. 8 at Mbamba Bay, large part front to Durban bearing ''N.F.'' Overprint 1/2d. (2), 1d. (2), 3d. (2) and 1s. (2) cancelled by good to fine type E c.d.s.'s of ''-6 FEB-18'', with crude ''R/FPO 8/No'' registration handstamp and countersigned by Capt. J. Strutt of the S.A.S.C. Photo.
185 £130
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Field Post Office No. 8 at Mbamba Bay, envelope self-addressed by L.H. Rivers, bearing ''N.F.'' Overprint 1d. (3) cancelled by fine individual strikes of type E ''31 MAR-18'' c.d.s. Photo.
186 £130
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Field Post Office No. 9 at Zomba, ''On Active Service'' stampless front to London with very fine type E ''17 AUG-17'' c.d.s., countersigned by Lt. Col. K. Heaney with violet handstruck cachet of the Director of Medical Services. Photo.
187 £120
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Incoming Mail, Envelope to Pte. L.H. Rivers of the ''S.R.V./Tandala/c/o D.A.Q.M.G./Nyasaland Field Force/G.E.A.'' from his family in Umtali Feb. 12 1917, franked Admiral 1d. and with circular Beira violet censor mark at left, backstamped hexagonal Chinde (date unclear), Blantyre Mar. 3 and Zomba Mar. 5, very slight staining but scarce. Photo.
188 £170
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Incoming Mail, Standard Bank of South Africa envelope to Pte. L.H. Rivers ''c/o D.A.Q.M.G./Brig. Gen. Northey's Force/Nyasaland'', sent from Umtali Apr. 11 1917, franked Admiral 1d., with circular Beira violet censor mark at left and ''P.C./ZOMBA/NYASALAND'' below, backstamped hexagonal Chinde Apr. 15, Blantyre Apr. 26 and Zomba Apr.27, scarce. Photo.
189 £140
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Incoming Mail, envelope to Pte. L.H. Rivers ''c/o D.A.Q.M.G./Nyasaland/Field Force'' from his family in Umtali May 21 1917, franked Admiral 11/2d., with two strikes of circular Beira violet censor mark at left, backstamped hexagonal Chinde May 27, Blantyre June 2 and Zomba June 4, scarce. Photo.
190 £190
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Incoming Mail, envelope to Pte. L.H. Rivers ''c/o D.A.Q.M.G./Nyasaland Field Force'' from his family in Umtali July 12 1917, franked Admiral 11/2d., with circular Beira violet censor mark below, backstamped hexagonal Chinde July 19, Blantyre July 29 and Zomba July 30, the envelope undelivered at Tandala and redirected to ''Songea/Col Murray's Column'', scarce. Photo.
191 £110
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Incoming Mail, Standard Bank of South Africa envelope to Pte. L.H. Rivers ''c/o D.A.Q.M.G./B. Gen. Northey's Forces/Nyasaland'' and endorsed ''Tandala'', sent from Umtali July 26 1917, franked Admiral 1/2d. (3) with some perf. toning, with circular Beira violet censor mark at left, backstamped hexagonal Chinde July 31, Blantyre Aug. 8 and Zomba Aug. 10, scarce. Photo.
192 £130
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Northern Rhodesia ''Base'' Cachets, Base 6, stampless ''On Active Service'' envelope to Umtali from Pte. L.H. Rivers of the S.R.V. countersigned by Major Walter Baxendale of the B.S.A.P. (died of wounds Oct. 23 1916 near Ngominji), with fine strike of ''POSTAGE FREE/BASE 6, N. RHODESIA/passed by CENSOR'' violet cachet overstruck by Northern Rhodedsia A.P.O. 1 Dec. 20 c.d.s. and backstamped Umtali Nov. 27 1915 arrival, some staining, most of reverse cut-away. Photo.
193 £130
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Northern Rhodesia ''Base'' Cachets, Base 9, stampless ''On Active Service'' envelope to London, redirected within the city, countersigned at lower left and with good strike of ''POSTAGE FREE/BASE 9, N. RHODESIA/passed by CENSOR'' violet cachet overstruck by indistinct Northern Rhodesia A.P.O. 1 c.d.s. and London S.W. Feb. 5 1916 arrival, a little creased and roughly opened. Photo.
194 £110
Nyasaland-Rhodesia Field Force: Northern Rhodesia ''Base'' Cachets, Base 9, stampless ''On Active Service'' envelope to London, with good strike of ''POSTAGE FREE/BASE 9, N. RHODESIA/passed by CENSOR'' violet cachet overstruck by Northern Rhodesia A.P.O. 1 Jan. 22 1916 c.d.s., a little creased and roughly opened. Photo.
195 | £500
The Rhodesias: A Q.V. to Q.E.II collection on leaves, in a small stockbook and loose incl. 1892-93 values to 10s. mint, 1 (2), 2, 5 (2) fiscally used, Double Head values to 1 used (indistinct), Admiral values to 2s.6d. (2) mint and 5s. (2) used, also some Northern Rhodesia incl. 1938-52 values to 10s. (15), 20s. (5), 1948 Silver Wedding 1 used (3), Southern Rhodesia, poor to fine. (approx. 400)
196 | £3800
The Rhodesias: Cancellations and Covers: An extensive collection of Q.V. to Q.E.II cancellations on leaves, mainly fair to fine strikes on loose adhesives, many on piece, incl. ranges of barred diamond obliterators incl. Bulawayo ''E'' on 1896-97 10s., and 1897 1, barred numeral obliterators, and a comprehensive range of offices and c.d.s. types incl. single circles with Bulawayo on 1892 10s., 10 (not guaranteed), 1896 Cape overprint 6d., Salisbury on 1892 2, double circles with Gatooma and Inoro on Admiral 3s., etc., poor to fine. (100's)
197 | £620
The Rhodesias: Cancellations and Covers: A Q.V to Q.E.II selection of approx. 120 covers, cards, etc., variously franked and addressed incl. 1910 Victoria Falls Hotel envelope to Scotland bearing 1909 1d. with charge marks, postal stationery with some unused, Mashonaland 11/2d. card used 1899 Fife to Cape Town, 1921 4d, registered envelope from Bindura to Huddersfield with added 2d. pair, later with two censored and a range of offices, poor to fine.
198 £1500
The Rhodesias: Cancellations and Covers: Airmails 1931-36, selection of 20 flown covers, mainly first flights, incl. 1931 (Dec.) Christmas Flight (4, from Broken Hill (2), Salisbury and Bulawayo), 1932 (Jan.) Bulawayo-Salisbury stage, (Aug.) Broken Hill-Elizabethville first feeder service (pilot signed), 1934 (July) Broken Hill-Mozambique (acceptance from Nairobi), 1936 (June) two envelopes from Croydon Aerodrome (scarce) bearing 6d. and charged 1s. with postage dues on reverse (one with 2d., 3d. (2) and 4d., the other with 1d. (3), 2d., 3d. and 4d.), etc., fair to fine.
199 | £1150
The Rhodesias: Cancellations and Covers: Forces and Official Mail, 1937 to 1948, a selection of appox. 60 covers, etc., variously addressed incl. stampless O.A.S., with a range of cachets, dated and undated, Official Free handstamps, A.P.O. c.d.s.'s, Air Training Scheme, 1945 from Marandellas Refuge Settlement, some censored incl. 1942 P.O.W. covers (2) from Salisbury Internment Camp, airgraphs, fair to fine.
200 £110
Rhodesia: 1905 Victoria Falls 1d. to 5s. set, fine used. S.G. 94-99, cat. 275. Photo.
201 £110
Rhodesia: 1909-12 2 brown, a fine used example. S.G. 113c, cat. 300. Photo.
202 £80
Rhodesia: 1910-13 5s. scarlet and pale yellow-green, fine and fresh mint. S.G. 160, cat. 275. Photo.
203 £130
Rhodesia: 1910-13 1 carmine-red and bluish black, fine used. S.G. 165, cat. 550. Photo.
204 £550
Rhodesia: 1910-13 Perf. 14 1 rose-scarlet and bluish black, mint, fine. S.G. 166, cat. 1,200. Photo.
205 £120
Rhodesia: 1910-13 Perf. 14 1 crimson and slate-black, fine used. S.G. 166a, cat. 1,100. Photo.
206 £520
Rhodesia: 1910-13 Perf. 14 1 carmine and slate (RSC E), large part original gum, fine. Photo.
207 £130
Rhodesia: 1910-13 Perf. 131/2 8d. grey purple and dull purple [2] showing long gash in Queen's ear, mint, few blunted perfs, minor gum wrinkles, otherwise fine. S.G. 185a var. Photo.
208 £210
Rhodesia: 1913-22 1/2d. to die II perf. 14 7s.6d., one of each value, mint, mainly good to fine. Photo.
209 £160
Rhodesia: 1913-22 Die II, perf. 14 1 black and violet, fine and fresh unmounted mint. S.G. 243, cat. 350+. Photo.
209 £220
Rhodesia 1913-22 Die III, Perf. 14 1 black and bright purple, fine mint. S.G. 278, cat. 450. Photo.
210 £320
Rhodesia: 1913-22 die III 1 black and deep violet, fine very unmounted mint, fresh appearance. S.G. 279b, cat. 650. Photo.
211 £320
Rhodesia: 1922-24 Die III white paper perf. 14 1 black and magenta, fine and fresh mint, unmounted. S.G. 311, cat 550. Photo.
213 £320
Rhodesia: 1965 Independence 2s.6d. variety imperforate in an unmounted mint horizontal pair, small gum wrinkle otherwise fine and scarce. S.G. 358a, cat. 750. Photo.
214 £400
Rhodesia: 1966 Independence 9d. variety overprint double fine unmounted mint, Brandon Certificate (2005). S.G. 365a, cat. 500. Photo.
215 £450
Rhodesia: 1966 Independence 1s. variety overprint double fine unmounted mint with margin at top, Brandon Certificate (2005). S.G. 366a, cat. 500. Photo.
216 £420
Rhodesia: 1966 Independence 5s. variety overprint double fine unmounted mint, B.P.A. Certificate (1981). S.G. 370a, cat. 600. Photo.
217 £1350
Rhodesia: 1966 2d. variety yellow-orange omitted, the bottom stamp in a vertical marginal strip of four from the lower left corner of the sheet with the stamp above showing partial omission, fine unmounted mint and rare. EC RH750MCa - 24 to 26 known mint, S.G. 375a, cat. 1,800+. Ex Sir Gawaine Baillie. Photo.
218 £950
Rhodesia: 1966 3d. variety pale blue virtually completely omitted, with a trace showing near foot of stamp, in a vertical strip of four with three normals, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 376b var. Photo.
219 £160
Rhodesia: 1976 8c. on 71/2c. variety surcharge double, one albino, fine unmounted mint with margin at foot, P.F.S.A. Certificate (1995). S.G. 526a, unpriced. Photo.
222 | £65
Rhodesia: Zimbabwe: 1989 Fishes 30c. showing dry print of the red brown colour, in a fine unmounted mint block of four with normal for comparison. Brandon Certificate (1998). S.G. 758 var.
223 | £500
Rhodesia: Zimbabwe: An unmounted mint selection of errors from 1980 to 1995, with 1980-83 4c. imperf. horizontal pair (S.G. 578a), 25c. imperf. between stamp and top margin in a top right corner block of four (S.G. 587var), 1990 5c. imperf. vertical pair and left margin block of four (S.G. 772b), and 1995 Culture $1 imperf. block of six (S.G. 900var), mainly fine. (5 items).
224 £300
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1925-29 1/2d. to 20s. set overprinted or perforated ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type W5 or W8), some perf. imperfections, otherwise fine with gum. S.G. 1s-17s, cat. 800. Photo.
225 £140
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1925-29 1/2d. to 20s. set overprinted or perforated ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type W5 or W8), 8d. and 20s. with trivial thins on reverse, otherwise fine with gum. (17) S.G. 1s-17s, cat. 800. Photo.
226 £680
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1925-29 used selection, incl. set to 7s.6d. (5), 10s. (3), 20s. (5) with a range of cancellations, some doubtful or fiscal, poor to fine. (90) S.G. 1-17.
227 | £1650
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1925-29, an exceptional mainly mint selection, incl. set to 3. (21), 5s. (16), 7s.6d. (7), 10s. (4), 20s. with multiples incl. a range of imprint and other blocks of four to 5s., shades, mainly good to fine. (368) S.G. 1-17.
228 £170
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1925-29 1/2d. to 20s. set mint, mainly fine. (17) S.G. 1-17, cat. 475. Photo.
229 £170
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1925-29 1/2d. to 20s. set with shades of 1/2d., 1d., 11/2d., 2d., 3d. and 6d., mint, mainly fine. (17) S.G. 1-17, cat. 490. Photo.
230 £190
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1925-29 5s. to 20s., fine mint. S.G. 14-17, cat. 425. Photo.
231 £210
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1938-52 1/2d. to 20s. set perforated ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type W8/a), fine with gum. S.G. 25s-45s, cat. 400. Photo.
232 | £190
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1938-52 definitives, used selection on leaves incl. set to 20s. (4) with shades, 9d. imprint block, etc., good to fine. (132) S.G. 25-45
233 £650
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1938-52 definitives, 1/2d. to 20s. with both perfs. of 1/2d. chocolate and shades of 1d. brown (chocolate) and 4d. dull violet, all in mint blocks of four, hinged in margins only, the 3d. ultramarine and 3d. scarlet both upper right corner marginal, the 1/2d. green, 1/2d. chocolate perf. 121/2, 1d. green, 2d. carmine-red, 41/2d., 9d. and 2s.6d. to 20s. each upper right corner marginal with sheet no., the others upper left corner marginal except 2d. yellow-brown upper marginal and 1s. lower right corner marginal with plate no. ''2', mainly fine. (96) S.G. 25-45, 26a, 27a, 36 var., cat. 814+.
234 | £2500
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1938-52 definitives, an extensive specialised mint selection on leaves, to 3s. (28), 5s. (24), 10s. (21), 20s. (16) incl. 2d. yellow-brown (15) with shades and perfs., almost all in mint multiples incl. imprint and plate block, mainly fine. (approx. 600)
235 | £180
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1938-52 definitives, specialised mint selection to 3s. (3), 5s. (5), 10s. (4), 20s. (4) incl. 2d. yellow-brown (5) with shades, coils and perfs., mainly fine. (165)
236 | £350
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1953 definitives, duplicated selection of singles and multiples, with set to 20s. mint (11) incl. corner and imprint blocks of four and used (3), chiefly fine. (306)
237 £420
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1963 definitives, selection on leaves incl. set to 20s. mint (4) and used (2), with a range of varieties incl. value omitted 1d. mint, used (3, incl. a pair on cover), 3d., 4d., 6d. and 9d. mint, colour shifts etc., mainly fine. (110 + 1 cover) Photo.
238 £720
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1963 definitives, 1/2d. bright violet variety value omitted in a horizontal pair, tiny gum wrinkle otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. 75a, cat. 1,800. Photo.
239 £520
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1963 definitives, 1/2d. with variety value omitted fine unmounted mint. S.G. 75a, cat. 900. Photo.
240 £450
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1963 definitives, 1/2d. bright violet, 1d. light blue, 3d. yellow and 4d. green, each showing variety value omitted, the first with small indentation, otherwise fine unmounted mint with normals for comparison. S.G. 75a, 76a, 78a, 79a, cat. 1,112. Photo.
241 £180
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1963 definitives, 1d., 3d. and 4d. all with variety value omitted, and 3d. with value and orange (eagle) omitted, fine unmounted mint. (4). S.G. 76a, 78a, 78b, 79a, cat. 412. Photo.
242 £110
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1953 definitives, 3d. with variety value and orange (eagle) omitted, marginal, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 78b, cat. 200.
243 £1750
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1963 definitives, 3d. yellow variety eagle printed double, fine unmounted mint, rare. S.G. 78c, cat. 2,750. Photo.
244 £920
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1963 definitives, 3d. yellow, variety eagle printed double, mint, fine. S.G. 78c, cat. 2,750. Photo.
245 £650
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1963 definitives, 3d. yellow variety orange (eagle) omitted, fine unmounted mint, rare. S.G. 78d, cat. 1,200. Photo.
246 £350
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1963 definitives, 6d. light olive-green variety value omitted, fine unmounted mint with margin at right. S.G. 80a, cat. 650. Photo.
247 £320
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1963 definitives, 6d. olive-green, variety value omitted, fine unmounted mint with small pencil notes on gum, fine, normal for comparison. S.G. 80a, cat. 650. Photo.
248 £220
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1963 definitives, 9d. yellow-brown, variety value omitted, unmounted mint, fine, normal for comparison. S.G. 81a, cat. 475. Photo.
249 £220
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1963 definitives, 9d. yellow-brown variety value omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 81a, cat. 475. Photo.
250 £220
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1953 definitives, 9d. with variety value omitted fine unmounted mint. S.G. 81a, cat. 475. Photo.
251 £200
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1963 definitives, 9d. yellow-brown variety value and orange (eagle) omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 81b, cat. 375. Photo.
252 £1250
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1963 definitives, 5s. magenta variety value omitted, light gum bend otherwise fine unmounted mint with margin at foot, rare. S.G. 86a, cat. 1,900. Photo.
253 £550
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1953 definitives, 20s. blue, with variety value omitted, very fine unmounted mint, scarce. S.G. 88a, cat 1,000. Photo.
254 £500
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1963 definitives, 20s. blue variety value omitted, fine unmounted mint, very scarce. S.G. 88a, cat. 1,000. Photo.
255 £400
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1963 definitives, 20s. blue, variety value omitted, mint, fine, normal for comparison. S.G. 88a, cat. 1,000. Photo.
256 | £110
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: Postal Stationery: A selection of sixteen items, incl. 1924 4d. size G and size H2 registered envelopes and 1930 1d. envelope each overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', the others unused and used incl. 1932 11/2d. envelope used from Serenje to Broken Hill, 1924 4d. size G registered envelope used 1936 with added 1d. (3, one damaged) and 3d. from Luanshya to Manchester, etc., fair to fine.
257 | £550
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: A collection on stockleaves, incl. 1925-29 1/2d. to 20s. all overprinted or perforated ''SPECIMEN'', also mint set and 20s. used, 1938-52 10s. and 20s. perforated ''SPECIMEN'', 1/2d. to 20s. set mint, 1963 Arms 3d. and 4d. both variety value omitted, 3d. with value shifted to base, also another showing blue background to eagle shifted to lower-left unmounted mint, 1929-52 Postage due set perforated ''SPECIMEN'', etc., mixed condition. (191).
258 | £280
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: A specialised, mainly mint collection of commemoratives from 1935 to 1953 on leaves, incl. plate blocks, 1935 Silver Jubilee and 1946 Victory sets perforated ''SPECIMEN'' (also 1937 Coronation with fake perfins), 1948 Silver Wedding mint (4) and used (2), some flaws, covers, also postage dues with 1929-52 ''SPECIMEN'', mint and used sets, etc., mostly fine. (approx. 350)
260 £210
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: Revenues: Selection of 32 with some duplication, incl. 1925 2 (2), 5, 10, 30, used, 1953 ''R'' overprint 1/2d. to 10s. and 1955 1d. to 20s. (less 2s.) mint or used, fair to fine. (32) Mewett Barefoot 1-4, 6-13, 16-19, 21-24. Photo.
261 | £1600
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: Cancellations and Covers: Collection of cancellations on leaves, mainly fair to fine strikes on loose adhesives, many on piece. incl. N.E. Rhodesia squared circles on 1898-1908 adhesives with Feira on s., Mpika on 21/2d., Mwomboshi on 1d. with 2d., Serenje on 21/2d., Sitanda on 2d., Kasama on Double Head 1d., 21/2d. and 1909 1d. and Petauke on Double Head 6d., type 1 single circles with Fife on 2d. pair, Fort Roseberry and Kasama (''O'' sideways) on 2d., Mpiga on 21/2d., later with a comprehensive range of offices, double circles incl. Chinsali on 1892-93 1, Fife on Double Head 1, Fort Jameson on Admiral 5s., Livingston on Admiral 3s. pair, Mkushi on Admiral 5s., also 1925 values to 2s.6d. cancelled Royal Tour crowned oval, etc., poor to fine. (100's)
262 | £500
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: Zambia: 1968 to 1991 selection of unmounted mint errors and scarce printings incl. 1968 8n. blue omitted, 1987-88 Birds 20n. on 1n. and 75n. on 2n. both with surcharge omitted in blocks of four, 1989 15k. on 1k.95 with surcharge inverted, another with surcharge double, 1991 2k. surcharges, nineteen values, etc. (39).
263 £300
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: Zambia: 1983 Wildlife 12n. variety orange-brown and brown (inscription and face value) omitted, a plate 1A corner example, light gum bend otherwise fine unmounted mint, scarce. EC NR776MCa - 23 known (from plate 1B), S.G. 388a, cat. 350. Photo.
264 | £2100
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1924-29, a specialised, mainly mint selection on leaves, incl. set to 1s.6d. (9), 2s. (8), 2s.6d. (2), 5s. (6) with an impressive range of shades, multiples, imprint or sheet no. items, 1/2d. and 2d. (2) Waterlow printers' samples in unissued colours, 1d. perf. 121/2 in scarce mint coil strips of ten (2, one with two joins), range of varieties with missing or blind perfs. incl. 1d. marginal horizontal pair apparently imperf. between, also 1d. pair imperf. horizontally, 1d. lower left corner strip of three imperf. vertically (perf. at right), 1/2d. (2) and 11/2d. horizontal pairs imperf. between stamps and lower margin, 1/2d. and 1d. singles (4) imperf. between stamps and upper margin, 1/2d. (5), 1d. (2) and 11/2d. interpanneau pairs with one imperf. between stamp and margin, 1/2d. vertical pairs (2, one interpanneau) with both stamps imperf. between stamps and margin at side, etc., mostly fine. (256)
265 £420
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1924-29 1/2d. to 5s. set with shades of 1d., 3d., 6d., 8d. and 1s. in mint blocks of four, some with imprint, the 5s. block with diagonal crease (barely visible from front), otherwise mainly fine with two in each unmounted. S.G. 1-14, cat. 691+.
266 | £110
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1924-29 1/2d. to 5s. and 1931-37 1/2d. to 5s. sets, mainly fine mint. S.G. 1-14, 15-27, cat. 280.
268 £1100
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1924-29 1/2d. blue-green and 1d. bright rose vertical pairs, mint, both showing variety imperf. between, the 1/2d. with small thin on reverse but fine appearance, the 1d. marginal from the right of the sheet and with very light vertical bend. S.G. 1b, 2b, cat. 2,300. Photo.
269 £480
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1924-29 1/2d. blue-green horizontal pair, variety imperf. vertically, mint, fine. S.G. 1c, cat. 1,000, SACC 1c. Photo.
270 £70
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1924-29 1/2d. blue-green block of ten (5 x 2) with rows imperf. between stamps and horizontal interpanneau margin (incl. Waterlow imprint) at top and foot respectively, the centre pair with vertical bend, otherwise mainly fine. S.G. 1 var.
271 £250
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1924-29 1d. imperf. plate proof in issued rose, a vertical pair from the left of the sheet. Photo.
272 £240
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1924-29, 1d. tied by violet ''PARLEMENTRE/TOER/5- OCT 1924/PARLIAMENTARY/TOUR'' c.d.s. to envelope to Eastbourne. Photo.
274 £750
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1924-29 1d. bright rose corner marginal vertical strip of six showing unlisted variety imperf. between stamps and margin at left, four unmounted, slight wrinkles, otherwise fine and scarce. S.G. 2 var.
275 £150
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1924-29 1d. bright rose horizontal strip of four imperf. between stamps and horizontal interpanneau margin (incl. Waterlow imprint) at foot, also 1d. interpanneau horizontal pairs with one imperf. between stamp and margin at right (a few toned perfs.) and left respectively, mostly fine. S.G. 1 vars.
276 £120
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1924-29 11/2d. bistre-brown lower right corner marginal horizontal pair, imperf. between stamps and horizontal interpanneau margin at foot, mint. S.G. 3 var.
277 | £450
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1924-29, selection of complete sheets of sixty, comprising 2d. (2) with sheet numbers ''1'' and ''2'', 4d. numbered ''147'' and 6d. numbered ''72'', unmounted mint, mainly fine. S.G. 4, 6, 7, cat. 660+
278 £1650
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1924-29 10d. blue-and rose, the very rare variety imperf. between stamp and upper margin, a mint horizontal pair from the upper right corner of the sheet, slight reinforcement, fine. S.G. 9 var., SACC 9a. Photo.
279 £180
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1924-29 5s. blue and blue-green, a used block of four with large Bulawayo Registered cancellations, fine. S.G. 14, cat. 640+. Photo.
280 | £1850
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1931-37, an exceptional, extensive selection on leaves to 5s. (4), mainly mint blocks of four or larger, several with sheet no.'s, with most perfs. incl. line perf. 12 2s. (8 with imprint), 2s.6d. (9), perf. 111/2 1s. (4), 2s., 2s.6d., perf. 14 4d. (4), 1s. (4), mainly fine. (approx. 290)
281 £4500
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1931-37 5s. blue and blue-green, the rare variety printed on gummed side, marginal from the left of the sheet unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 27a, cat. 6,000. Photo.
282 | £550
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: A collection of issues from 1932 to 1953 on leaves, incl. 1935 Silver Jubilee set mint (3) and used, 1953 definitives mint (5, with 10s. and 1 imprint blocks of six) and used with Mashaba first day cancellations on piece, multiples incl. imprint blocks, sheet no. items, flaws, 1954 2s.6d. booklet, Waterlow printers' samples of 1932 Falls 3d. (2) 1935 Silver Jubilee 1d. (2), 2d., 3d., 1935-41 Falls 2d. and 1937 Coronation 1d. (2) in unissued colours, etc., chiefly fine. (approx. 500)
283 £55
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1932 Falls 3d. deep ultramarine, Waterlow imperf. Plate proof on ungummed paper, a horizontal pair with punched security hole, one creased, otherwise fine. Photo.
284 £13500
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1932 Victoria Falls 3d. ultramarine, variety imperforate horizontally, an extremely rare mint block of four, marginal from the right of the sheet, usual very slight bends, nevertheless exceptionally fine with light hinging at corners. S.G. 30a, cat. 19,000+. Photo. A great rarity. Just one sheet of sixty stamps (thirty possible pairs) was discovered and three of these pairs are known used. Of the remainder, most survive as single pairs with many affected by thins or creases.
285 | £380
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1937 definitives, selection on leaves with set to 5s. (16) mint incl. set in imprint blocks of four (the 1/2d. and 1d. with gutters) and to 5s. (2) used, also set affixed with other current adhesives in 1947 U.P.U. Congress presentation booklet, mostly fine. (148 + booklet)
286 £2200
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1937 1s. black and blue-green, variety frame double, one albino, unmounted mint, fine and rare. S.G. 48a, cat. 2,250, SACC 51b. B.P.A. certificate (1966). Photo.
287 £230
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: 1937 1s.6d. black and orange-yellow unmounted mint horizontal pair showing major downward shift of centre vignette, fine and atttractive. S.G. 49 var., SACC 51a. Photo.
288 £300
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: Postage Dues: 1951 4d. dull grey-green superb mint and used examples, also the set of six mint and used (with 2d., 3d. and 4d. shades), fine. (17) S.G. D1-7, cat. 874. Photo.
289 £2300
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: Postal Stationery: 1924 11/2d. postcard, 1d. letter card, 1/2d. (both sizes) and 1d. envelopes, 4d. registered envelopes (both sizes), 1/2d. and 1d. wrappers, 1931 1/2d. and 11/2d. postcards, 1d. letter card, 1/2d. (both sizes) and 1d. envelopes, 4d. (both sizes) registered envelopes and 1/2d. wrapper, all handstamped ''SPECIMEN'' in smaller serifed type, believed to originate from the postal archives of one of the South African states, some inor faults but a rare group. (18 items) Photo.
290 | £270
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: A mint and used collection on stockleaves, incl. 1924-29 1/2d. to 5s. set mint, 5s. used, 1931-37 1/2d. to 5s. set with extra 1s. perf. 111/2 and perf. 14, mint, 1937 1s. and 1s.6d. pairs both showing head plate shifts mint, also some Rhodesia and Nyasaland, etc., varied condition. (few 100's).
291 £150
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: Revenues: 1924 3s. to 20, perforated, also 1937 K.G.VI imperforate 3s. to 50 including the rare 7s.6d., Waterlow file proofs in issued colours, each with security punctures, usual imperfections. Barefoot 1-7P, 18-26P. Photo.
292 £130
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: Revenues: Revenue: 1924 3s. to 20 with additional 7s.6d. pair, used (1 unused), the 7s.6d. pair, 10s. and 20 with perfins, good to fine. (9) Mewett 214-17, 219-21, Barefoot 1-7. Photo.
293 £300
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: Revenues: Revenue: 1931 3s. to 50 with 2 shade, the 1 in a strip of four, 3s. pinhole, 20 pulled perf. at foot and 50 trivial thin on reverse, otherwise mainly sound examples, good to fine. (13) Mewett 223-231, Barefoot 9-17. Photo.
294 £420
Rhodesia: Southern Rhodesia: Revenues: Revenue: 1937 3s. to 50 less 7s.6d. 1 in a horizontal pair (one torn corner), mainly sound used examples, also 7s.6d. magenta (2), 10s. brown and Postage & Revenue 6d. sepia (2) Waterlow printers' samples in unissued colours. (14) Mewett 274, 276-282, Barefoot 18, 20-26.
295 £320
Rhodesia & Nyasaland: 1954-56 Waterlow & Sons imperforate proof of the Queen's Head only as used for the 2s.6d., in a block (5 x 6), each with small security punch hole, also four printer's marks. Photo.
296 £180
Rhodesia and Nyasaland: 1959-62 1d. variety carmine-red (centre) omitted, fine unmounted mint, with normal. S.G. 19ac, cat. 250. Photo.
297 £220
Rhodesia & Nyasaland: 1959-62 3d. black and blue, variety printed on the gummed side, fine unmounted mint. S.G.22b, cat 425. Photo.
298 £750
Rhodesia & Nyasaland: Postage Dues: 1959 1d. ultramarine definitive with diagonal ''POSTAGE DUE'' handstamp in violet, tied to piece by Salisbury Delivery Room ''8 JUL.1959'' c.d.s. S.G. unlisted (see footnote). Very scarce, there being just 26 examples off-cover recorded. Photo.
299 £280
Rhodesia & Nyasaland: Postage Dues: 1961 1d. vermilion horizontal pair, variety imperf. between, unmounted mint with tiny natural gum inclusion. S.G. D1a, cat. 500. Photo.
300 | £220
Rhodesia & Nyasaland: Collection on leaves, incl. 1954-56 set mint (2) and used, 1955 5s. booklet, 1959-62 set mint, 1962 Airmail set (8), with multiples, covers, varieties incl. 1954 5s. pair with partial surface offset, 1955 Livingstone 3d. ''cannon'' wing flaw (3), 1959 1d. vertical strip with pre-printing paper crease, etc., chiefly fine. (approx. 300)
301 | £110
Falkland Islands: Maps: ''CARTE/DE MAIDENLAND OU DE LA/VIRGINIE DE HAWKINS,/Dcouverte par Sir Richard/Hawkins en 1574,/ET DU CANAL FALKLAND/ainsi appell par le Capne. Jean Strong/qui le traversa en 1689/sur le FAREWELL Vaisseau de Londres'' (1774) by Benard of Paris, hand-coloured outline (320 x 254mm.); also ''FALKLAND ISLANDS/AND/PATAGONIA'' (1840) coloured map by Tallis & Co. with attractive vignettes (275 x 375mm.), binding punctures in left margin; and print ''M. BOUGAINVILLE hoisting French Colours/on a Small Rock, in MAGHELLAN STREIGHTS'' (1785), engraved by Royce, publ. Alexr. Hogg London, repaired tear at right (202 x 303mm.). Ex Marsden.
302 | £100
Falkland Islands: Maps: 1774 hand-coloured map of the ''ISLES MAIDENLAND,/DE HAWKINS,/ET LE DTROIT/DE FAKLAND./Ces Isles sont nommes/MALOUINES,/PAR LES FRANOIS'' also including ''ISLE DE GORGIE'' and the ''TERRE DE SANDWICH'' and with coastal soundings, (446 x 310mm.) from Raynal's ''Histoire Philosophique et Politique des tablissements & du Commerce des Europens dans les deux Indes'', engraved by the cartographer Rigobert Bonne (1727-1795), Ingnieur Hydrographe de la Marine Franaise, Paris, attractive. Ex Barton.
306 £100
Falkland Islands: Miscellaneous: Paper Money: 1960-82, 50p. (1974), 1 (1974), 1 (1982), 5 (1960), 10 (1975) banknotes, fine uncirculated. (5) SH 15b, 16b, 16d, 17b, 18a. Ex Marsden.
307 £3500
Falkland Islands: The Franks: THE BLACK FRANK: 1874 (Feb. 16) double rate official envelope sent by the Postmaster, George Travis to his daughter in Lincolnshire, with the Frank and ms. ''1/-'' at right, despatch datestamp and red Liverpool Packet transit of Apr. 1 at lower left and next day arival backstamp, carried first on the ''Black Hawk'' and from Montevideo on the ''Cotopaxi''. Barnes 3/74. Photo.
308 £6000
Falkland Islands: The Franks: THE RED FRANK: 1877 (May 15) blue envelope to F. Coleman, Secretary of the Falkland Islands Company in London, with the Frank at right unusually overstruck by despatch datestamp, ms. rating ''6'' and ''Paid'', and with red arrival backstamp of June 18, having been carried on the ''Black Hawk'' to Montevideo and thence on the ''Orata''. The manuscript note ''Coffin's 14 May 77'' added at upper left by Coleman indicates that the sender was Lieutenant Coffin, in command of the detachment of Royal Marines which was shortly after replaced by a police force, Coffin leaving the islands on July 2nd. Barnes 4/77. Photo.
309 £6000
Falkland Islands: 1877 envelope to Hampshire bearing Great Britain 6d. grey Pl. 15 KF cancelled on arrival in London by ''F.B.'' in bars Foreign Branch obliterator, endorsed at lower left ''Apl. 4/Falkland Isds.'' having been written and sent by Lieutenant Commander Frederick Metaxa, officer on board H.M.S. ''Volage'', carried on the ''Black Hawk'' to Montevideo and thence on the ''Tagus'', with London transit and Portsmouth May 15 arrival backstamps, also a reproduction photograph of the ''Volage''. A unique item, the earliest recorded use of an adhesive stamp from the Falkland Islands. Ex Barton. Photo.
310 | £260
Falkland Islands: Early Incoming Mail: 1897 (Jan. 11) envelope from Cury Cross Lanes (Cornwall) addressed to Colonel Lewis of the Royal Engineers, endorsed ''Via Tilbury'' and franked at the 21/2d. rate, with Mullion transit backstamp and Feb. 11 arrival datestamp, having been carried on the ''Abydos'', some peripheral tears and minor stains. Colonel Lewis was staying at Government House, having arrived in the islands on Dec. 10, 1896 to report on whether Port Stanley or Port Edgar might serve as a naval coaling station. Ex Barton. See also lot 438 Photo.
311 £140
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co. 1d. imperf. colour trial in brown on unwatermarked wove paper, an example from the foot of the sheet, fine. Photo.
312 £180
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co. 1d. imperf. colour trial in brown on unwatermarked wove paper, a horizontal pair from the right of the sheet, fine. Photo.
313 £240
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co. 6d. imperf. colour trial in blue on unwatermarked wove paper, an example from the top of the sheet, fine. Photo.
314 £140
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co. 1s. imperf. colour trial in olive-black on unwatermarked wove paper, fine. Photo.
315 £240
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co. 1s. imperf. colour trial in green on unwatermarked wove paper, an example from the foot of the sheet, fine. Photo.
316 £100
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1878-79 No watermark 1d. claret, mint (2, slight faults), 6d. blue-green mint and used matching examples with imperf. margin at foot, the former with slight bend, 1s. bistre-brown mint (gum toned). and used. (5) S.G. 1, 3, 4, cat. 1,810.
317 £250
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1878-79 No watermark mint selection comprising 1d. (wide at right), 6d. (3, one from the left of the sheet, another (small stain) from the lower left corner), 1s. (2, from the left and the foot of the sheet respectively, slight imperfections). (6)
319 £1300
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1878-79 No Watermark 1d. claret, mint block of four from the foot of the sheet with imperf. lower margin, some perf. faults at top and left but rare. One of only three known mint blocks. S.G. 1, cat. 3,000+. Photo.
322 £150
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1878-79 No watermark 1d. claret, one perforation weak at top, otherwise fine mint. S.G. 1, cat. 750. Ex Barton. Photo.
323 £150
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1878-79 No watermark 1d. claret, large part original gum, fine. S.G. 1, cat. 750. Photo.
325 £160
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1878-79 No watermark 1d. claret, used with ''AU 15/1878'' c.d.s., the earliest recorded date, also the 6d. blue-green similarly cancelled, also a reproduction photo of the ''Black Hawk'' which would have carried this mail . S.G. 1, 3. Photo.
327 £320
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1878-79 No watermark 4d. grey-black, large part original gum, fine and attractive. S.G. 2, cat. 1,200. B.P.A. certificate (1978). Photo.
328 £210
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1878-79 No watermark 4d. grey-black, large part original gum with light overall toning. S.G. 2, cat. 1,200. Ex Barton. Photo.
330 £350
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1878-79 No watermark 4d. grey-black showing part ''U'' from papermaker's watermark, unused (regummed), fine. S.G. 2a, cat. 2,750. Ex Barton. Photo.
331 £140
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1878-79 No watermark 6d. blue-green, used with ''JY 2/1878'' c.d.s., some toning around perfs. but rare, the earliest recorded date. S.G. 3. Photo.
332 £260
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1878-79 No watermark 6d. blue-green and 1s. bistre-brown, both in mint blocks of four, the former with imperf. margin at left and fresh with one unmounted, the latter with light overall gum toning but fine appearance. S.G. 3, 4, cat. 640+. Ex Barton. Photo.
333 £220
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1878-79 No watermark 6d. blue-green, a fresh mint block of four, the lower pair unmounted, also a mint single showing the ''pearls'' re-entry, fine. S.G. 3, var., cat. 475+, SH 3, v1. Photo.
334 £160
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1878-79 No watermark 6d. blue green, mint block of four from the top right corner of the sheet with perforated margins, very slight imperfections, also a mint single imperf. at foot and a lower left corner example from the lower with cork cancellation and imperf. margins, slight creasing. S.G. 3, cat. 550+. Photo.
336 £290
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1878-79 No watermark 1s. bistre-brown, mint block of four from the top left corner of the sheet with perforated margins, one showing ''O'' of ''ONE'' with flattened base [R.1/1] (SH 4 v1), the stamps at left ''wide'', also an upper right corner fine mint single perforated at top and imperf. at right, and a lower right corner example with imperf. margins, slight creasing. S.G. 4, cat. 450+. Photo.
337 £110
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1878-79 No watermark 1s. bistre-brown, a fine mint block of four with slight perf. reinforcement. S.G. 4, cat. 300+. Photo.
339 £85
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1882 1d. dull claret, wmk. Crown CA upright, part original gum, fine. S.G. 5, cat. 325. Photo.
340 £2000
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1882 1d. dull claret, wmk. Crown CA upright, 1885 1d. pale claret, wmk. Crown to left of CA (also showing ''THE COL(ONIES)'' marginal watermark letters and with [R. 1/1] distorted ''C'' in ''CA''), and 1887 1d. brownish claret, wmk. Crown to right of CA, each in a matching upper left corner marginal block of ten (5 x 2) ex Bradbury Wilkinson archives, all incl. neck blemish variety [R. 2/4], the latter two with archivist's pencil note of printing date in margin, mainly fine without gum. S.G. 5, 7, 8w, cat. 5,250 as unused stamps, SH 6a, 6b, 6c wmk1. Ex Barton. Photo.
341 £600
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1882 1d. dull claret, wmk. Crown CA upright inverted and reversed, lower left corner marginal block of four, the upper pair with horizontal crease, the lower pair unmounted. Heijtz notes ''blocks of four and larger multiples are very scarce, both mint and used''. S.G. 5y, cat. 2,200+, SH 6a wmk1. Ex Barton. Photo.
342 £190
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1882 4d. grey-black (deep shade), wmk. Crown CA upright, large part original gum, fine. S.G. 6, cat. 450, SH 9a. Ex Barton. Photo.
343 £5200
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1882 4d. grey-black, wmk. Crown CA upright, 1885 4d. pale grey-black, wmk. Crown to left of CA and reversed (also showing ''AG'' marginal watermark letters), and 1887 4d. grey-black, wmk. Crown to left of CA, each in a matching upper left corner marginal block of ten (5 x 2) ex Bradbury Wilkinson archives and with archivist's pencil note of printing date in margin, mainly fine without gum. S.G. 6, 9x, 10, cat. 10,600+ as unused stamps, SH 9a, 9b wmk2, 9c. Ex Barton. Photo.
344 £950
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1885 1d. pale claret, wmk. Crown to left of CA, remarkable upper left corner marginal mint block of twenty-five incl. neck blemish variety [R. 2/4] and with rows 3 and 4 showing watermark lettering ''(CO)LONIES/CROWN AG(ENTS)'' demonstrating that double size watermarked sheets were used for this printing, mainly fine with twenty-one unmounted. S.G. 7, cat. 2,250+, SH 6b. Ex Barton. Photo.
345 £300
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1885 1d. pale claret wmk. Crown to left of CA unused (2, one part original gum), wmk. Crown to right of CA mint (2, one with straight edge at left and ink stain on reverse, 4d. pale grey-black wmk. Crown to left of CA mint (small grease mark), wmk. Crown to right of CA mint, 1887 1d. brownish claret mint pair and single (paper hinges), wmk. Crown to right of CA mint, straight edge at foot, 4d. grey-black wmk. Crown to left of CA mint, mainly fair to fine. (11)
346 £400
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1885 1d. pale claret, wmk. Crown to left of CA, upper left corner marginal block of eight (4 x 2) incl. neck blemish [R. 2/4], hinged in upper margin only, fine. S.G. 7, var., cat. 720+, SH 6b, v2. Photo.
347 £240
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1885 1d. pale claret, wmk. Crown to left of CA, a fresh mint block of four.S.G. 7, cat. 360+, SH 6b. Photo.
348 £150
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: Selection comprising 1885 1d. pale claret, wmk. Crown to left of CA (2, one colour affected and apparently showing re-entry), wmk. Crown to right of CA horizontal pair, 1887 1d. brownish claret, wmk. Crown to right of CA (2), wmk. sideways to right and reversed, 4d. grey-black wmk. Crown to left of CA (thinned), mint or unused, poor to fine. (8) S.G. 7, w, 8w, y, 10, cat. 1,270+.
349 £500
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1885 4d. pale grey-black (deep shade), wmk. Crown to right of CA, mint, fine. S.G. 9w, cat. 700, SH 9b wmk1. Ex Barton. Photo.
350 £400
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1887 4d. grey-black (pale shade), wmk. Crown to left of CA, horizontal pair from the lower left corner of the sheet with imperf. margins, large part original gum, fine. S.G. 10, cat. 800, SH 9c. Ex Barton. Photo.
351 £800
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891 (May) 1d. red-brown, wmk. Crown CA upright, block of fifteen from the upper right corner of the sheet with imperf. margins, unused, some minor perf. reinforcement, also 1d. deep red-brown shade, a mint example from the foot of the sheet (tiny gum thin in lower margin). S.G. 11, var., cat. 3,200+, SH6d. Ex Barton. Photo.
352 £420
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1889 4d. olive grey-black, wmk. Crown CA upright, upper left corner horizontal strip of three with imperf. margins and large part original gum, also a used strip of three cancelled ''JU/1894'' c.d.s.'s, fine. S.G. 12, cat. 660+, SH 9d. Ex Barton.
353 £200
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891 4d. olive grey-black, wmk. Crown CA upright reversed, large part original gum, fine. S.G. 12x, cat. 450. Photo.
354 £1850
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: The 1891 Bisect Provisionals: 1/2d. on half 1d. brownish claret unsevered pair, large part original gum, fine. S.G. 13a, cat. 3,000. B.P.A. certificate (1990). Also included ''The Falkland Islands Gazette'' Vol. I, No. 5 (Jan. 29 1891) with Government Notices incl. Post Office Notice of Dec. 15 1890 detailing arrangements for the bisect provisionals, etc., and Charles Stewart-Douglas's drawing of W.A. Harding's description of the composing stick used for the surcharging - see ''The Falkland Islands: The 1891 Provisionals'' by Malcolm Barton (2002). Ex Barton. Photo.
355 £680
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: The 1891 Bisect Provisionals: First Mail on the S.S. ''Kambyses'' (Jan. 24 1891), envelope to Mrs. Vaughan in London, franked by 1d. brownish claret pair and bisected single tied by cork cancellations (Barnes 1/90) with despatch datestamp at left and Feb. 28 arrival backstamp, part of obverse torn away but characterful. Barton A2. Ex Nabarro. Photo.
356 £2900
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: The 1891 Bisect Provisionals: Second Mail on the S.S. ''Denderah'' (Feb. 12 1891), H.M.S. ''Beagle'' envelope to Ralph Cator in London, franked by 1d. brownish claret lower right corner strip of three with imperf. margins, one bisected diagonally (unsurcharged) tied by cork cancellations with despatch datestamp below and Mar. 21 arrival backstamp, and containing a letter on ship's notepaper from the Navigation Officer, Lt. Bertie A. Cator - ''I am writing you a line chiefly to send you this 1d stamp cut in half which are in use here until they get some 1/2d. ones & I should think might be rather a curio to stamp collectors.'' Barton B4. Ex Barton. Photo.
357 £6500
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: The 1891 Bisect Provisionals: Fifth Mail on the S.S. ''Isis'' (Mar. 28 1891), envelope to Messrs. Kirkland Cope in London, addressed by Henry Waldron and sent from either Beaver Island or Roy Cove, franked by 1/2d. on half of 1d. brownish claret, two unsevered pairs and single tied by cork cancellations with despatch datestamp at lower left and May 4 arrival backstamp. Barton E4. B.P.A. certificate (1969). Ex Stern and Barton. Photo.
358 £2700
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: The 1891 Bisect Provisionals: Tenth Mail on the S.S. ''Karnac'' (Aug. 3 1891), registered mourning envelope to Major George Chapman in Wellington, Somerset, the 41/2d. rate paid by 1/2d. on half of 1d. brownish claret with 1889 4d. olive grey-black, the latter tied by cork cancellation with despatch datestamp below, red London hooded transit of Sept. 14 and same day arrival backstamp. Barton E4. B.P.A. certificate (1969). Ex Barton. Photo.
359 £320
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: The 1891 Bisect Provisionals: 1/2d. on half of 1d. brownish claret, watermark Crown to left of CA and marginal line, an unsevered pair without diagonal ink dividing line, an example from the top of the sheet with imperf. margin, used with cork cancellations, fine. S.G. 13a, cat. 1,000. Photo.
360 £190
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: The 1891 Bisect Provisionals: 1/2d. on half of 1d. brownish claret, watermark Crown to left of CA with marginal line and watermark letter ''O'', an unsevered pair with diagonal ink dividing line, used with cork cancellations, a few perfs. a little rounded or slightly stained, otherwise fine. S.G. 13a, cat. 1,000. Photo.
361 £950
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: The 1891 Bisect Provisionals: Twelfth Mail on the S.S. ''Totmes'' (Sept. 15 1891), envelope to Mrs. Clethero in Norfolk, franked by 1d. red-brown strip of three, one bisected, tied by cork cancellations (Barnes 1/90) with light despatch datestamp below and fine Wymondham c.d.s. of Oct. 20 at left, a further c.d.s. from the day before and Attleborough the day after on the reverse, together with the ms. notes ''Opened by Mrs Clethero/of Bunhall not for/her'' and ''Try Bunwell'' indicate that the address had first been misread and struggled to reach its intended recipient, filing folds and slight soiling. Barton L10. Photo.
362 £80
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: The 1891 Bisect Provisionals: 1/2d. on half of 1d. brownish claret posthumous surcharges (2) on small pieces, one cancelled to order by ''SP 10/1891'' c.d.s. (see ''The Falkland Islands: The 1891 Provisionals'' by Malcolm Barton, p. 108), the other (lifted for examination) by ''SP 15/1891 c.d.s. and carried on the Twelfth Mail on the S.S. ''Totmes'', from one of seventeen covers prepared for H.J. Wildsmith of London (Holcombe Opinion, 1997), also a forged surcharged bisect. (3 items)
364 £80
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891 (Jan.) 1/2d. on half 1d. red-brown diagonal bisect, posthumously applied, upper half unused, lower half mint (2, one with tiny thin). (3)
365 | £320
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902, a used collection of shades etc. on leaves, comprising 1/2d. (30), 1d. (43, incl. 1887 1d. pale claret wmk. Crown to left of CA, imperf. at foot, 1887 1d. brownish claret wmk. Crown to left of CA, reperforated two sides, and 1891 red-brown), 2d. (7), 21/2d. (13), 4d. (9, three wmk. reversed incl. brownish black but cancellation not guaranteed), 6d. (5), 9d. (4, incl. a strip of three) and 1s. (6), poor to fine. (97)
366 | £650
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902, a mint or unused collection of shades etc. on leaves, comprising 1/2d. (47, one wmk. reversed), 1d. (41, incl. two 1891 red-brown), 2d. (13), 21/2d. (31, incl. a corner block of four), 4d. (10, three wmk. reversed), 6d. (11, incl. a corner strip of three), 1s. (10, incl. a corner block of four with one thinned), poor to fine. (163)
367 | £220
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 a mainly mint selection, incl. SH 9(c), 9(e) with B.P.A. certificate (2004, regummed), multiples, etc., varied condition. (31).
368 | £160
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902, a mainly mint selection, incl. shades, printings, multiples, etc., varied condition. (71).
369 £2500
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 First printing May 1891 1/2d. blue-green and 21/2d. very pale chalky ultramarine in matching upper left corner marginal blocks of four from the single Bradbury Wilkinson archive sheets of sixty, the lower left 1/2d. showing watermark variety distorted ''C'' (W2 v1), one 21/2d. with trivial surface mark, otherwise fine with small part gum, the sheets being the only survivor from this printing, the supply of stamps to the islands having been lost when the ''Neko'' sank on July 21. Both blocks with Heijtz certificate (2008). Ex Barton. Photo.
370 £520
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1/2d. pale blue-green, Second printing Aug. 1891, handstamped ''SPECIMEN'' (16.5 x 2mm.) in red, upper left corner marginal block of four ex Bradbury Wilkinson archives. Ex Barton. Photo.
371 £230
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1/2d. pale blue-green, Second printing Aug. 1891, fine mint horizontal pair, also the very pale blue-green shade, mint single, fine. (3) SH 5b, var. Ex Barton. Photo.
372 £230
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1/2d. blue-green, Third printing Nov. 1891, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type B2), upper left corner marginal block of six (3 x 2) ex Bradbury Wilkinson archives with archivist's pencil note of printing date in margin, also a fine mint block of four. (10) SH 5c. Ex Barton. Photo.
373 £80
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1/2d. green, Fourth printing May 1892, upper left corner marginal block of twelve (6 x 2) from the Bradbury Wilkinson archive sheet (this the only printing in the archive without ''SPECIMEN'' overprint), with archivist's pencil note of printing date in margin and some minor perf. reinforcement, mainly fine without gum. S.G. 16, SH 5d. Ex Barton. Photo.
374 | £80
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1/2d. green, Fourth printing May 1892, imprint block of twelve (4 x 3) from the Bradbury Wilkinson archive sheet (this the only printing in the archive without ''SPECIMEN'' overprint), mainly fine without gum. S.G. 16, SH 5d. Ex Barton. Photo.
375 £75
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1/2d. green, watermark reversed, Fourth printing May 1892, mint, fine. S.G. 16ax., cat. 180, SH 5d wmk1.
376 £140
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1/2d. deep yellow-green, Fifth printing July 1894, unmounted mint block of eighteen (6 x 3) with Bradbury Wilkinson imprint and showing missing pin in horizontal single line perforator between rows 6 and 7, fine. SH 5e. Ex Barton.
377 £600
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1/2d. deep dull green, Seventh printing Apr. 1896, handstamped ''SPECIMEN'' (12.5 x 1.5mm.) in violet, block of eight (4 x 2) with Bradbury Wilkinson imprint and showing missing pin in horizontal single line perforator between rows 6 and 7, fine. S.G. 16bs, SH 5f s. Ex Barton. Photo.
378 £210
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1/2d. deep dull green, Seventh printing Apr. 1896, block of six (3 x 2) marginal from the left of the sheet, also 1/2d. yellow-green (Eighth printing June 1899) imprint block of eighteen (incl. missing horizontal perforator pins) and 1/2d. dull yellowish green (Ninth printing Jan. 1902) lower right corner marginal block of nine, all unmounted mint and mainly fine. (33) S.G. 16b, 17b, 17c, SH 5f, 5g, 5h. Ex Barton. Photo.
379 £65
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1/2d. deep yellow-green, Fifth printing July 1894, mint block of four, with ''OR'' marginal watermark letters between, the pair at left without guide dot in margin (column 1 only), fine and fresh. S.G. 17, SH 5e.
380 £380
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1d. orange red-brown, Sixth printing Oct. 1891, handstamped ''SPECIMEN'' (16.5 x 2mm.) in red, upper left corner marginal block of four ex Bradbury Wilkinson archives with archivist's pencil note of printing date in margin. S.G. 18, SH 6e. Ex Barton. Photo.
381 £480
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1d. dull orange red-brown shade, Sixth printing Oct. 1891, upper right corner block of four hinged in margin only, very fresh. S.G. 18 var., SH 6e var. Ex Barton. Photo.
382 £250
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1d. reddish chestnut, Seventh printing May 1892, and 1d. Venetian claret (pale Venetian red), Twelfth printing June 1898, both in mint blocks of four, the former lower right corner marginal (hinged on one and in margin), the latter unmounted, fine. S.G. 19, 22b, SH 6f, 6k. Ex Barton.
383 £50
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1d. reddish chestnut, Seventh printing May 1892, mint horizontal pair, the right hand stamp showing neck blemish [R. 2/4], fine and fresh. S.G. 19, var., SH 6f, v2.
384 £400
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1d. orange-brown, Eighth printing Jan. 1894, and 1d. claret, Ninth printing July 1894, both wmk. reversed and in a mint block of twelve (4 x 3) with five unmounted, one of the latter with very light tone spot, otherwise fine. S.G. 20, 21x, cat. 1,620+, SH 8g, 8h. Ex Barton. Photo.
385 £190
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1d. claret, Ninth printing July 1894, variety wmk. normal in a mint block of eight (4 x 2) with five unmounted, fine. S.G. 21, cat. 880+, SH 6h wmk1. Ex Stern and Barton. Photo.
386 £200
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1d. deep Venetian red, Tenth printing Nov. 1895, wmk. reversed, fine unmounted mint block of fifteen incl. neck blemish variety [R. 2/4], marginal from the top of the sheet, fresh. S.G. 22ax, SH 6i. Ex Barton.
387 £480
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1d. Venetian red (Venetian claret), Eleventh printing Apr. 1896, wmk. normal, 1d. pale red, Thirteenth printing June 1899, and 1d. orange-red, Fourteenth printing Jan. 1902, each in a mint block of eighteen (6 x 3), marginal from the foot of the sheet, the first showing missing pin in horizontal single line perforator between rows 6 and 7, mainly fine with most unmounted. S.G. 22, 23, 24, cat. 756+, SH 6j, 6l, 6m. Ex Barton.
388 | £210
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1d. pale red, Thirteenth printing June 1899, a complete mint sheet of sixty hinged in margins only (small section of selvedge missing at upper right), incl. neck blemish [R. 2/4], also a range of reference material ex James Andrews collection incl. correspondence with T. Leishman at Bradbury, Wilkinson and some publications.
389 £220
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 2d. deep purple, First printing Nov. 1895, lower left corner marginal block of fifteen (5 x 3, eleven unmounted) with part imprint, 2d. reddish purple Second printing Apr. 1896 unmounted upper left corner marginal block of fifteen (3 x 5), 2d. pale purple Third printing June 1898 mint lower marginal imprint block of eight (4 x 2, one with small grease mark), mainly fine. (38) S.G. 25, 28, cat. 224+, SH 7a, b, c. Ex Barton.
392 £400
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 21/2d. pale chalky ultramarine, Second printing Aug. 1891, upper left corner marginal block of four, each handstamped ''SPECIMEN'' (16.5 x 2mm.) in red, and affixed to piece ex Bradbury Wilkinson archives. SH 8b s. Ex Barton. Photo.
393 £680
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 21/2d. chalky ultramarine shade, Second printing Aug. 1891, a mint block of six (2 x 3), fine. S.G. 27 var., SH 8b var. Ex Barton. Photo.
394 £600
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 21/2d. dull blue, Third printing Nov. 1891, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type B2) in an upper left corner marginal block of six (3 x 2) without gum, ex Bradbury Wilkinson archives with archivist's pencil note of printing date in margin, fine. S.G. 28s, SH 8c s. Ex Barton. Photo.
395 £230
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 21/2d. Prussian blue, Fourth printing Jan. 1894, handstamped ''SPECIMEN'' (12.5 x 1.5mm.) in violet, marginal block of four from the top of the sheet, fine without gum, ex Bradbury Wilkinson archives. S.G. 29s, SH 8d s. Ex Barton. Photo.
396 £980
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 21/2d. Prussian blue, Fourth printing Jan. 1894, lower right corner marginal mint block of four, the lower pair unmounted. S.G. 29, cat. 900+, SH 8d. R.P.S. certificate (1971). Ex Barton. Photo.
397 £160
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 21/2d. Royal blue shade, Fourth printing Jan. 1894, large part original gum. S.G. 29 var., SH 8d var. Ex Barton. Photo.
398 £270
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 21/2d. bright ultramarine wmk. reversed (Fifth printing July 1894), 21/2d. ultramarine (Sixth printing Apr. 1896) and 21/2d. deep ultramarine (Eighth printing Sept. 1901) each in a mint block of four with the lower pair unmounted, mainly fine. (12) S.G. 30ax, 30, 30c, cat. 560+, SH 8e, 8f, 8h. Ex Barton.
399 £480
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 21/2d. pale ultramarine, Seventh printing June 1898, mint block of eighteen (6 x 3) marginal from the top of the sheet (hinged in margin only), mainly fine. S.G. 30b, cat. 684+, SH 8g. Ex Barton.
400 £200
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 21/2d. pale ultramarine, Seventh printing June 1898, and 4d.olive-black, May 1895 printing, mint blocks of six (2 x 3) from the upper left and upper right corners of the sheet respectively, hinged in margins only, fine. S.G. 30b, 32, cat. 318+, SH 8g, 9f. Photo.
401 £350
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 21/2d. pale ultramarine, Seventh printing June 1898, mint block of eight (4 x 2) with Bradbury Wilkinson imprint, light vertical bend through pair at right otherwise fine with six unmounted. S.G. 30b, cat. 304+, SH 8g. Ex Barton. Photo.
402 £290
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 21/2d. deep ultramarine, Eighth printing Sept. 1901, mint block of eight (4 x 2) with Bradbury Wilkinson imprint and pair at right showing vertical misperforation resulting in ''wide'' stamps (21mm.), slight gum staining, otherwise fine. S.G. 30c., var., cat. 320+, SH 8h, var. Ex Barton. Photo.
403 £250
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 4d. brownish black, Jan. 1894 printing, four used examples with mixed centring, two a little creased. S.G. 31, cat. 1,400, SH 9e.
404 £95
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 4d. brownish black, Jan. 1894 printing, wmk. reversed, a fine used example. Ex Baker and Stewart-Douglas. S.G. 31, cat. 350, SH 9e. Photo.
405 £2700
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 4d. brownish black, Jan. 1894 printing, wmk. reversed, upper left corner marginal block of four, very fine mint with three unmounted. A superb exhibition item, ex Dr. Nabarro. S.G. 31, cat. 3,000+, SH 9e. Ex Barton. Photo.
406 £260
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 4d. brownish black, Jan. 1894 printing, wmk. reversed, large part original gum, fine. S.G. 31, cat. 750, SH 9e. Photo.
407 £270
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 4d. brownish black, Jan. 1894 printing, grey-black shade, wmk. reversed, mint, fine, also 4d. olive-black (May 1895 printing) upper marginal mint blocks of four (unmounted) and six . S.G. 31 var., 32, cat. 870+, SH 9e var., 9f. Ex Barton. Photo.
408 £170
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 4d. olive-black, May 1895 printing, a complete mint sheet of sixty incl. Crown Agents watermark letters, some slight gum tones and one with staple rust marks but hinged in margins only. S.G. 32, cat. 780+.
409 £350
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 6d. orange-yellow, Nov. 1891 printing, wmk. reversed, mint block of sixteen (8 x 2), some perf. reinforcement (one with strengthened corner) and odd other trivial imperfection, otherwise mainly fine with four unmounted. S.G. 33x, cat. 1,120+, SH 10a. Ex Barton. Photo.
410 £320
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 6d. yellow, (Apr. 1896 printing), mint block of ten (5 x 2), marginal from the foot of the sheet and showing missing pin in horizontal single line perforator between rows 6 and 7, one with small grease mark on neck, otherwise mainly fine with eight unmounted. S.G. 34, cat. 450+, SH 10b. Ex Barton. Photo.
411 £200
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 9d. pale reddish orange, Nov. 1895 printing, mint block of six (3 x 2) with the lower strip unmounted, fine. S.G. 35, cat. 270+, SH 11a. Ex Barton. Photo.
412 £450
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 9d. salmon, Apr. 1896 printing, mint Bradbury Wilkinson imprint block of twelve (6 x 2) also showing missing pin in horizontal single line perforator between rows 6 and 7, slight perf. reinforcement between one pair and light vertical bends affect two, otherwise fine and unmounted. S.G. 36, cat. 600+, SH 11b. Ex Barton. Photo.
413 £350
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1s. grey-brown, Nov. 1895 printing, fine unmounted mint block of ten (5 x 2), marginal from the left of the sheet. S.G. 37, cat. 600+, SH 12a. Ex Barton. Photo.
414 £420
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1s. yellow-brown, Apr. 1896 printing, mint block of twenty (5 x 4), lower right corner marginal also showing missing pin in horizontal single line perforator between rows 6 and 7, unmounted except three, one with natural band of thickened gum, mainly fine. S.G. 38, cat. 1,200+, SH 12b. Ex Barton. Photo.
415 £250
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 1s. yellow-brown, Apr. 1896 printing, variety watermark reversed in a mint lower right corner marginal block of four, the selvedge with punched hole and hinge remainder at side, the stamps with two natural gum inclusions and one with trivial grease mark, otherwise mainly fine, the pair at left unmounted, and a scarce multiple. S.G. 38x, cat. 640+, SH 1b wmk1. Photo.
416 £80
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1898 High Values: 2s.6d. deep blue and 5s. red overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type B2), with gum, some creasing, good appearance. S.G. 41s-42s, cat. 475. Photo.
417 £3500
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1898 High Values: 2s.6d. deep blue and 5s. red, both in fresh mint lower marginal blocks of four with Bradbury Wilkinson imprint. S.G. 41, 42, cat. 1,800+. Ex Barton. Photo.
418 £110
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1898 High Values: 2s.6d. deep blue showing scratched ''F'' plate crack [R. 1/10], crisp central ''JY 14/1898'' c.d.s., a few short perfs. at foot, otherwise very fine and scarce (only 100 at most can exist). SH 14 v1, cat. 300. Ex Barton. Photo.
419 £2000
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1898 High Values: 2s.6d. deep blue mint marginal block of four from the top of the sheet [R. 1/9-1/10, 2/9-2/10], the upper pair (unmounted) showing the adjoining fresh entry and cracked plate varieties, fine and very rare. S.G. 41, vars., SH 14, v1, v2. ''As the total printing was only 6,000, only 100 of each variety could exist. It is most unlikely that many examples have survived, and in unbroken pairs the varieties must be of the greatest rarity.'' - Dr. H. Koefmann (Strand Stamp Journal, Nov. 1956). Ex Barton. Photo.
420 £650
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1898 High Values: 5s. red, unmounted mint block of four, fine with usual slight gum wrinkles. S.G. 42, cat. 900+. Photo.
421 | £120
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: A used selection ex Francis Baker collection, comprising 1882 4d. (3), 1885 4d. wmk. Crown to right of CA, 1887 4d. (3), 1891-1902 1d. (16), 4d. (4, one used on piece with K.E.VII 1d.), mainly good to fine. (27)
422 | £620
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902, a collection of shades and printings in a small stockbook, mint or unused, comprising 1/2d. (14, incl. a block of four), 1d. (90, incl. two blocks of four, also a single with ms. ''B'' (inverted) - possibly an unrecognised Outlying Resident postage Due marking), 2d. (19, incl. an imprint block of four), 21/2d. (39, incl. wmk. reversed strip of three), 4d. (15, incl. a block of four and a brownish black single with slight thinning), 6d. (3), 9d. (4) and 1s. (2), mainly fair to fine. (186)
423 | £230
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: A used selection of mainly cork cancellations on the 1/2d. (2, one Barnes cork 10/94), 1d. (9, incl. two used with 21/2d. cancelled cork 3/93 on piece from registered cover, 1887 1d. brownish claret wmk. Crown to right of CA with cork 1/89, 1891 red-brown with 1/92), 21/2d. (5, incl. 3/92 and 5/94), 4d. (5, incl. two 1879 no wmk. cancelled 1/78 and 1/84 respectively, two 4d. wmk. Crown to right of CA with 1/78 and 1/85 respectively) and 6d. (1/78), mainly fair to fine. (23 items)
425 £2600
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1888 (Feb. 7) envelope to Maine, franked by 1885 4d. pale grey-black, tied by fine ''Early Football'' cork cancellation (Barnes 2/87) with despatch c.d.s. at left, this being the last known date for this cork), carried on the ''Denderah'' to London and with Mar. 15 Portland arrival on reverse. Photo.
426 £130
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1890 (May 22) 11/2d.+11/2d. stationery reply card used to Dusseldorf with ''First Bisect'' cork cancellation (Barnes 1/90) and F.1 despatch c.d.s. at left, carried on the ''Pentaur'' to Montevideo and backstamped London June 21 transit, the reply half unused. Photo.
427 £190
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1891 (Jan. 24) 11/2d. stationery card to Germany cancelled by fine strike of ''First Bisect'' cork (Barnes 1/90) with despatch c.d.s. and Dresden Feb. 27 arrival at lower left, carried on the ''Kambyses'' to Montevideo and thence on the ''Tagus, also 1889 (Mar. 25) stampless envelope from Punta Arenas to Valparaiso showing fine strike of triple oval violet cachet of fellow Kosmos vessel ''Abydos'', and coloured postcard of Kosmos steamer in the Magellan Straits, unused. (3 items) Ex Barton.
428 £350
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1892 (Feb. 18), 11/2d.+ 11/2d. stationery reply card, the outward half cancelled ''Large Squares'' cork (Barnes 1/91) and addressed to Montevideo, the reply half with despatch d.s. at left and addressed to William Leonard, Assistant Paymaster on H.M.S. ''Cleopatra'' (also included a reproduction photograph of this vessel). (3 items) Ex Barton. Photo.
429 £750
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1895 (Mar. 5) a most attractive envelope registered to London bearing 1/2d., 1d., 21/2d., 4d., 6d. and 1s. (1878), cancelled ''F.I.'' obliterator with F.1 c.d.s. below and Apr. 13 arrival backstamp, carried on the ''Ramses''. Photo.
430 £1650
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1895 (Mar. 15) 1d. stationery card to Surrey cancelled by fine strike of rare ''Africa'' cork cancellation (Barnes 1/95) with type F.2 despatch c.d.s. at left and London transit of Apr. 16, having been carried by H.M.S. ''Sirius'' (reproduction photo enclosed) to Montevideo and thence by the ''Clyde''. Unique, this the only known dated example. Ex Barton. Photo.
432 £190
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1896 (Sept. 14) ''Buckup'' envelope registered to Hamburg, bearing 1/2d. deep yellow-green block of eighteen (9 x 2) and vertical pair amounting to 10d., the double Foreign rate + registration, with ''(crown)/REGISTERED'' marking, London transit and Oct. 23 arrival backstamp, carried on the ''Tanis''. Photo.
433 £230
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1896 (Nov. 16) envelope registered to Germany, correctly franked by upper marginal 1878 6d. tied by F.2 c.d.s. with additional strike, ''(crown)/REGISTERED'' and London Dec. 26 transit, carried on the ''Ramses'' with Kosmos Port Stanley Agency cachet and Altona Dec. 27 arrival c.d.s. on reverse, vertical cover fold barely detracts. Photo.
434 £90
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Covers and Cancellations: Post Office Parcel Cancellation (SH PSO.2, only date recorded July 1897), a good strike on 1891-1902 2d. Photo.
435 £260
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1897 (Nov. 11) registered commercial cover to Manchester carried on the ''Herodot'', with ''(crown)/REGISTERED'' marking and franked by 1d. Venetian claret pair and 21/2d. dull blue tied by F.2 c.d.s.'s, backstamped Dec. 18 arrival, part address erased but attractive. Photo.
438 £260
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1899 (Aug. 9) 1d. stationery envelope addressed by Governor William Grey-Wilson to Colonel Lewis of the Royal Engineers (who had been his guest in 1897) at Gibraltar with Sept. 15 arrival backstamp, cancelled type F.2 v1 (year abbreviated) with additional strike at left, carried on the ''Neko'' departing the following day, this being the first possible mail after the issue of the Queen Victoria 1d. envelopes. Ex Barton. See also lot 310. Photo.
441 £250
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1900 (May 30) ''Buckup'' envelope registered to Hamburg bearing a remarkable 69 examples of the 1d. pale red in blocks and strips affixed on both sides of the cover, cancelled by 41 part or large part strikes of type F.1 v4 c.d.s. with small ''1900'', in provisional use between May 25 and June 20, carried on the ''Modestia'' and with July 3 arrival backstamp. Ex Barton. Photo.
442 £190
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1900 (June 25) envelope registered to Berlin, bearing 9d. salmon tied by very fine type F.4A c.d.s. with ''(crown)/REGISTERED'' marking at left, registration label added on entry into Germany and Aug. 27 arrival backstamp. Photo.
444 £230
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1902 (Sept. 15) 1d. stationery card to Switzerland cancelled fine F.4B, 1912 (Apr. 15, date of the ''Titanic'' sinking) 1d. stationery envelope (1899) to the P.S.N.C. in Liverpool from local agent, W.A. Harding, both carried on the ''Oravia'', also two unused p.p.c.'s depicting the sinking of the ''Oravia'' off Cape Pembroke later that year (one real photographic) and another with the S.S. ''Samson'' which assisted with the rescue of the passengers, the photo (Oct.1914) including seamen from H.M.S. ''Good Hope'' lost with all hands at the Battle of Coronel the next month, and a reproduction photo of the ''Huanchaco'' which called to collect the passengers of the ''Oravia''. (6 items) Ex Barton. Photo.
445 £320
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1902 (Sept. 16) 1d. stationery envelope to Switzerland with added 1/2d. and 1d. to make up Foreign rate, cancelled by three neat strikes of F.4B code C, carried on the ''Oravia'' and with Bern Oct. 14 arrival backstamp, attractive. Ex Barton. Photo.
446 £170
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1903 (Jan. 5) picture postcard with view of the harbour showing five vessels with three identifiable incl. the ''Antarctic'' and ''Great Britain'', used to Malta franked 1d. indistinctly cancelled, carried on the ''Orellana'' with Valletta Feb. 7 arrival, minor imperfections, also two unused cards produced by Albert Aust of Hamburg showing vessels in the harbour. Heyburn B-11-bz, A-2-a, A-4-az. Ex Barton. Photo.
448 £250
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1903 (Feb. 4) picture postcard (R.C. Church, Heyburn B-10-bz) franked 1/2d. pair and addressed to a passenger on board the ''Panama'', also three examples of Pacific Line postcard (Burley PSNC 1-I depicting the ''Guatemala'') one used 1904 on board the ''Panama'' franked G.B. 1/2d. cancelled at La Pallice with straight line ''PAQUEBOT'' alongside, the others written from the sister ship ''Victoria'' and sent from Valparaiso to London, some minor staining, etc. (4 items) Ex Barton. Photo.
449 £480
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1903 (May 25) printed advertising envelope to Henry Cooper, watchmaker and jeweller, with amusing ''hencoop'' trade mark, registered to London with 1d. orange-red (3) paying 1d. postage + registration, ''(crown)/REGISTERED'' and ms. registration markings, with July 1 arrival having been carried on the ''Liguria'' on her last visit to the islands. Ex Barton. Photo.
450 £230
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1904 (Jan. 6) picture postcard of Government House used to Belgium, franked by 1/2d. deep dull green pair, carried on the ''Oropesa'' and with Feb. 1 arrival. Heyburn G-6-g. Ex Barton. Photo.
451 £420
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1904 (Apr. 26) 1d. stationery envelope to Buenos Aires without additional adhesives and thus underpaid, receiving a neat strike of handstruck ''T'' type T.1 and Argentina hexagonal ''A COBRAR/018/CTS'', carried on the ''Oravia''. Ex Barton. Photo.
452 £300
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1904 (July 18) Pacific Line coloured picture postcard depicting the R.M.S. ''Oravia'' (Burley PSNC 1-GG) used to Valparaiso franked by 1/2d. (2) with Aug. 13 arrival alongside. Ex Barton. Photo.
453 £190
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1904 (Sept. 14) picture postcard (Sheep Gathering, West Falkland) franked by 1/2d. dull yellowish green pair and addressed to Swedish scientist, Carl Skottsberg, with Uppsala Oct. 13 arrival, carried on the ''Panama''. Heyburn D-13-d. Ex Barton. Photo.
454 £80
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1904 (Oct. 1) 1d. stationery reply card outward half written by Louis Williams and addressed to Ohio (with local instructional cachet), carried on the ''Oruba'', also three p.p.c's depicting the vessel (one used 1912 with Posted on the High Seas oval d.s. and franked G.B. 1/2d. cancelled Southampton Paquebot c.d.s., another used from Naples with G.B. K.E.VII 1d.) and P.S.N.C. coloured postcard (''ORIENT LINE'' amended to ''ORIENT-PACIFIC LINE'') unused. (5 items) Ex Barton.
455 £280
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1905 (Nov. 7) early photographic postcard of Goose Green, franked by single 1/2d. dull yellowish green at printed paper rate (there being no text) addressed to Bath and carried on the ''Gaelic'' with Dec. 8 arrival, minor stains. Ex Barton. Photo.
457 £300
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1906 (Sept. 11) picture postcard (Sheep Gathering, West Falklands) to Liverpool, franked by 1/2d. (1902) horizontal pair, carried on the ''Ortega'' with message from a member of the crew of the ''Fifeshire'' - ''This beastly ship has been dismasted etc. in a gale off C. Horn & compelled to put back here for shelter. Temp. 12 below 0. The population is proverbially composed of girls (11 to 1), so it is not so bad staying here 2/3 months. I can assure you that for rain we beat Lpl.'' Heyburn d-13-d. Ex Barton. Photo.
458 £160
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: A mainly used selection of 71 with a range of shades, comprising 1/2d (11), 1d. (33), 2d. (9), 21/2d. (12), 6d. (fake cancellation), 1s. (3), 3s. (pressed corner creasing) and 5s., most fine.
459 £130
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: A mint selection of 42, comprising 1/2d. (12, incl. a block of four), 1d. (21, incl. one in a coppery red shade and a block of four), 2d. (2), 21/2d. (3), 6d., 1s. (2) and 5s., fair to fine.
460 £150
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1/2d. to 5s. set of eight overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type D12 or D12a), the 5s. with touch of oxidisation, otherwise mainly fine with gum. S.G. 43s-50s, cat. 600. Photo.
461 £220
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 1/2d. to 5s. set used with shades of 1/2d. (2), 1d. (2, one coppery red), 2d. (reddish purple cancelled in brown), 21/2d., 6d. and 3s. (green), mostly fine. (22) Photo.
462 £290
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 1/2d. to 5s. set mint with shades of 1/2d. (2), 1d. (5), 2d. (reddish purple), 21/2d. (3, one deep blue), 6d., 1s. and 3s. (green), mostly fine. (22) Photo.
463 | £380
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 1/2d., First, Second and Third printings, each in a mint block of eighteen with margins (the First and Third [R. 8/1-10/6], the Second [R. 1/1-3/6]), the Third printing block hinged on two and with two showing minor tone spots on gum, otherwise mainly fine unmounted. (54). S.G. 43, b, c, cat. 567+, SH 16a, b, c. Ex Barton.
464 £350
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1d. vermilion overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type D12) showing broken ''M'' variety [Pos. 41 in the setting of 60], fine with gum. Rare, one of only eight possible examples. S.G. 44s var. Photo.
465 £650
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 1d., selection of marginal mint multiples comprising First printing July 1904 block of four, Second printing June 1906, wmk. sideways block of 36 (upper six rows of the sheet), Third printing Mar. 1908 block of twelve, and Fifth printing June 1911 block of 36 (lower six rows of the sheet. (88). S.G. 44, b, c, e, SH 17a, b, c1, e. Ex Barton.
467 £620
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 1d. dull coppery red on thick paper, a mint block of four [R. 7/1-8/2] with the lower pair unmounted, the upper left stamp with slight natural horizontal wrinkle, otherwise fine. Heijtz notes ''blocks of four and larger multiples are very scarce, both mint and used''. S.G. 44d, cat. 800+. SH 17c2. B.P.A. certificate (1973). Ex Barton. Photo.
468 £360
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 1d. orange-vermilion on thin paper, variety watermark reversed, mint, with dealer's mark on gum and one or two natural bends. S.G. 44ex, cat. 475, SH 17e wmk1. Photo.
469 £65
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 2d. purple, variety watermark reversed, fine used. S.G. 45ax, cat. 160, SH 18a wmk1. Photo.
470 £650
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 2d. reddish purple, mint corner marginal block of four [R. 1/9-2/10] with three unmounted, natural wrinkles, fine. Heijtz notes ''blocks of four and larger multiples are very scarce, both mint and used''. S.G. 45b, cat. 900+, SH 18b. B.P.A. certificate (1965). Ex Barton. Photo.
471 £60
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 2d. reddish purple, mint, fine. S.G. 45b, cat. 225. Photo.
472 £320
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 21/2d. ultramarine, unmounted mint corner marginal block of nine [R. 1/1-3/3], pale ultramarine unmounted corner block of four [R. 1/5-2/6] (very slight gum disturbances, upper margin trimmed) and used single, pale chalky ultramarine unused (regummed). (15) Ex Neild and Barton.
473 £600
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 21/2d. deep blue, mint corner marginal block of four [R. 1/1-2/2] with two unmounted, the lower right stamp with repaired corner, otherwise fine. Heijtz notes ''blocks of four and larger multiples are very scarce, both mint and used''. S.G. 46b, cat. 1,100+, SH 19b. Ex Barton. Photo.
474 £420
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 21/2d. deep blue, mint block of four, marginal from the left of the sheet, fine, the lower pair lightly hinged. S.G. 46b, cat. 1,100+, SH 19b. Heijtz notes ''blocks of four and larger multiples are very scarce, both mint and used''. B.P.A. certificate (1966) when in block of six. Photo.
475 £480
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 6d. yellow-orange block of twenty-four [R. 1/7-6/10] hinged in margins (three sides) only, also a mint example of a pale shade (ex Stewart Douglas), fine. S.G. 20, var. Ex Barton. Photo.
476 £90
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 1s. brown, unmounted mint marginal block of four [R. 1/7-2/8], the upper right stamp showing worn frameline at right, also 2d. First printing mint block of four with the lower pair unmounted, fine. S.G. 48, var., 45. Ex Barton.
477 £100
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 3s. green and 5s. red (cancelled in brown. S.G. 49, 50, cat. 300. Photo.
478 | £65
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 3s. myrtle-green, a horizontal pair cancelled F.4 c.d.s.'s of ''MY 2/13'', the right hnd stamp with small thin at top, otherwise fine. S.G. 49, cat. 300+. Photo.
479 £750
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 3s. myrtle-green, an upper right corner mint marginal block of four, the upper pair with slight diagonal bend, otherwise very fine. S.G. 49, cat. 640+, SH 22a. Ex Barton. Photo.
481 £1050
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 3s. deep myrtle-green, Second printing June 1906, a block of eighteen, the upper three row of the sheet with margins on three sides, [R. 2/2] showing ''Hockey-sticks'' plate scratch, paper clip mark in upper margin and light vertical bend affects column 6, otherwise mainly fine, the stamps unmounted, most attractive. S.G. 49b, var., SH 22b, v1. Ex Barton. Photo.
482 £780
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 5s. red, unmounted mint marginal block of four from the right of the sheet, one with minor mark on gum, otherwise fine. S.G. 50, cat. 800+. SH 23. Ex Barton. Photo.
483 £160
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII: Covers and Cancellations: Pacific Steam Navigation Company, a specialised selection of mainly postcards on leaves incl. Pacific Line coloured cards for the ''Orcana'' (Burley PSNC 1-D) written from the ''California'' to Manchester with G.B. 1d. tied by framed ''PAQUEBOT'', ''Orita'' (PSNC 4-C) used, (PSNC 4-F) used 1908 to London with G.B. 1d. cancelled at Cape Verde, (PSNC 6-A) unused, also (PSNC 2-AA) depicting the ship but used from the ''Oropesa'' with G.B. 1d. cancelled Paquete c.d.s., ''Oriana'' (PSNC 3-H) unused, (PSNC 3-L) used, ''Ortega'' (PSNC 3-D) unused, and unnamed ''Guatemala'' card (PSNC 1-I, some staining) used from the ''California'' to Manchester with G.B. 1d. cancelled at La Pallice-Rochelle, also picture postcards of the ''Oratava'' used from Marseille, ''Orbita'', ''Orita (2, one used from La Pallice-Rochelle), ''silk'' postcards of the ''Orcoma'' and ''Oropesa'' (with souvenir signatures) and 1937 St. George's Day printed menu from the ''Orbita'', fair to fine. (16 items) Ex Barton. Photo.
485 £280
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII: Covers and Cancellations: 1904 (Dec. 5) picture postcard of Christ Church Cathedral (Heyburn B-2-bz) to Switzerland franked by K.E.VII 1/2d. together with Q.V. 1/2d. (1902), carried on the ''Victoria'' and with Vallorbe Jan. 5 arrival, very slight stains, also a real photographic p.c. of the ''Victoria'' used 1905 (Nov. 12) from La Rochelle to Glasgow and a P.S.N.C. coloured card depicting the ''Orcoma'' used 1908 (Aug.) from La Rochelle to Cheshire, slight imperfections. (3 items) Ex Barton. Photo.
486 £800
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII: Covers and Cancellations: Inter-Island Mail: 1904 (Dec. 22) neat envelope to Mrs. Anson at The Chartres on West Falkland, franked 1d. and carried by schooner at internal rate, Royal arms on flap suggesting Government House as the origin, possibly containing a Christmas card. Ex Barton. Photo.
487 £210
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII: Covers and Cancellations: 1905 (Mar. 28) early photographic postcard with typed title ''Sea Lions'', franked 1d. and sent by a Dr. Marshall to his fiance on the Isle of Wight, slight bends. Photo.
489 £160
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII: Covers and Cancellations: 1907 (June 25) picture postcard (Heyburn F-3-f, the catalogue illustration) from Louis Williams to Miss Felton in Middlesex (redirected to Brighton), franked 1d. (1906) and carried on the ''Orissa'', also P.S.N.C. coloured postcard depicting the steamer (Burley PSNC 1-F), unused (slight tones). (2 items) Ex Barton. Photo.
492 £700
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII: Covers and Cancellations: 1908 (Feb.) envelope to Germany, carried on the ''Oronsa'' and with Mar. 13 Cologne arrival backstamp, franked 21/2d. and with enclosed letter on Pacific Line R.M.S. ''Oronsa'' printed notepaper (incorporating a fine engraving of the ship, like the Company postcards this stationery having been produced by Andrew Reid of Newcastle), most attractive. Ex Barton. Photo.
493 £160
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII: Covers and Cancellations: 1908 (June 16) envelope to Sussex franked 1d. wmk. sideways at Imperial rate, carried on the ''Oronsa'' with July 10 arrival backstamp. Ex Barton. Photo.
494 £950
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII: Covers and Cancellations: Paquebot Mail: 1908 envelope from George Vickery of Punta Arenas (his oval cachet in violet dated Nov. 28 on reverse) addressed to London and bearing 1d. tied by straight line Lisbon ''PAQUETE'' having been carried on the ''Oropesa'' with Lisbon Dec. 24 transit and Dec. 28 machine arrival markings on reverse, vertical folds. Rare. Ex Barton. Photo.
496 £170
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII: Covers and Cancellations: 1909 (Feb. 22) postcard of the Cathedral franked on picture side by 1d. (reddish copper shade), carried on the ''Orissa'' with Willowbrook Apr. 15 arrival, slight wear. Heyburn K-1-k. Ex Barton. Photo.
499 £110
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII: Covers and Cancellations: 1910 (Mar. 21) picture postcard to Bavaria franked 1/2d. green pair, carried on the ''Oravia'' and with Apr. 18 arrival. Heyburn E-4-e. Ex Barton. Photo.
500 £70
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII: Covers and Cancellations: 1910 (Oct. 31) Q.V. 1d. stationery envelope addressed by Colonial Manager, W.A. Harding to a relative in Surrey, cancelled by multiple strikes of F.5 c.d.s., carried on the ''Oravia''. Photo.
501 £40
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII: Covers and Cancellations: 1910 (Nov.) picture postcard ''ON THE TRACK TO STANLEY FOR THE MAIL'' franked 1d., indistinctly cancelled and used to London, some faults. Heyburn T-13-tz.
502 £200
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII: Covers and Cancellations: 1911 (Feb. 22) picture postcard of Cape Pembroke Lighthouse, franked 1/2d. pair and addressed to Valparaiso, redirected to Via del Mar, carried on the ''Oravia''and probably sent by one of its passengers. Heyburn I-1-i. Ex Barton. Photo.
503 £270
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII: Covers and Cancellations: Incoming Mail: 1911 Chilean 5c. stationery envelope with printed inscription for Lewis John Reeder of the ''Mission Farthest South of the Methodist Episcopal Church'', uprated to 30c. with added 5c. block and single, sent from Punta Arenas (Sept. 2) and addressed to Mrs. Felton at Malvina House, arriving on the ''Oropesa''. Ex Barton. Photo.
504 £270
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII: Covers and Cancellations: 1911 (Nov. 25) early photographic postcard depicting Falklands ponies with Christmas greetings, franked 1d. and sent by the wife of Dr. Turner to London with Dec. 27 arrival (redirected within the city, this from the same ''Bayly'' correspondence as the unique 1909 postcard bearing the ''W.F.I.'' barred oval), carried on the ''Orissa''. Ex Barton. Photo.
505 £650
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII: Covers and Cancellations: 1913 (Nov. 25) Great Britain King George V 1/2d. stationery card printed for the National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Ltd. used to London with added 1911 1/2d. to make up 1d. rate, carried o the ''Oronsa'' with Dec. 22 company receiving handstamp. Ex Barton. Photo.
506 £230
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: Used selection on leaves with shades etc. to 1s. (5), 5s. red cancelled in brown, 5s. reddish maroon (cancellation not guaranteed), etc., chiefly fine. (46)
507 £550
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 1/2d. to 1 mint selection in an Exeter album, comprising the set of eleven and shades of 1/2d. (18, incl. blocks of four (2) and six), 1d. (9, incl. a block of four), 2d. (7, incl. a block of four , deep reddish purple and maroon singles), 21/2d. (3), 6d., 1s. (3) and 5s. (reddish maroon), mint, mainly fine. (53) Photo.
508 £420
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: Mint selection on leaves with set to 1, the 1s. in a block of four, shades, 1d. wmk. reversed, 21/2d. blue marginal pair incl. swan-necked ''2'', etc ., chiefly fine. (33) Photo.
509 £820
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 1/2d., selection of mint multiples comprising (May 1912) and (Dec. 1912) printings in matching blocks of eighteen (upper three rows of sheet), the former hinged on lower row and with some minor marks on gum, 1/2d. (1914) upper left corner marginal block of fifteen (3 x 5), 1/2d. (1918) and (1919) lower left corner marginal blocks of fifteen (3 x 5), hinged on two in each, 1/2d. bluish green (1920) block of twelve, the upper two rows of the sheet, hinged on three, 1/2d. yellowish green (1920) block of eighteen, the lower three rows of the sheet, mainly fine. (111) Ex Barton.
510 £80
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 1/2d. pale green (deep olive), line perf. (1918), a fine used horizontal pair. Scarce, the overwhelming majority of this printing was overprinted ''WAR STAMP'' and few unoverprinted used examples survive. S.G. 60b, cat. 260+, SH 24c. Ex Barton. Photo.
511 £160
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 1/2d. pale green (deep olive) on thin white paper, line perf. (1918), lower left corner marginal block of nine, unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 60b, cat. 216+, SH 24c.
512 £160
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 1/2d. bluish green (dull yellowish green) on thick greyish paper (1920), complete sheet of sixty, mainly fine unmounted mint. S.G. 60d, cat. 270+, SH 24e. Ex Barton. Photo.
513 £680
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 1d., selection of mint multiples comprising (May 1912) and (Dec. 1912) printings in matching blocks of eighteen (lower three rows of sheet), 1d. (1914) right marginal block of four (two unmounted), 1d. (1916) left margin block of nine (one tone spot on gum), 1d. (1919) upper left corner marginal block of fifteen (3 x 5) hinged in margins only, 1d. (1920) block of twelve, the lower two rows of the sheet, unmounted except two, mainly fine. (76) Ex Barton.
514 £320
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 1d. pale scarlet on thin white paper, line perf. (1918), a used example cancelled by neat type F.6 ''28 (OC?)/19'' c.d.s., fine. S.G. 61b, SH 25d. It was previously believed that all of this printing had received ''WAR STAMP'' overprints. B.P.A. certificate (1995). Photo.
515 £1500
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 1d. pale scarlet on thin white paper, line perf. (1918), a block of four and two singles tied to piece by type F.4F c.d.s. of Aug. 9 1919 (?, year date indistinct). S.G. 61b, SH 25d. It was previously believed that all of this printing had received ''WAR STAMP'' overprints. Heijtz certificate (2008) notes ''It is a very rare shade, only known used, and this is probably the only recorded block of four''. Ex Barton. Photo.
516 £400
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 2d. maroon (May 1912 printing) lower left corner marginal mint block of six (five unmounted) and 2d. deep maroon (Dec. 1912 printing) unmounted mint right marginal block of four, fine. S.G. 62, var., SH 26a, var. Ex Barton.
517 £520
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 2d. deep reddish purple on thin toned paper, line perf. (1914), superb mint upper left corner marginal block of four, the upper pair unmounted. S.G. 62a, cat. 720+, SH 26b. Heijtz notes ''blocks of four and larger multiples are very scarce, both mint and used''. Ex Barton. Photo.
518 £270
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 2d. deep purple (maroon), line perf. (1918), a scarce fine used block of four with central ''DE 23/22'' PS.1B c.d.s. Heijtz notes ''blocks of four and larger multiples are very scarce, both mint and used''. S.G. 62b, cat. 480+, SH 26c. Ex Barton. Photo.
519 £1050
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 2d. deep purple (maroon) right marginal unmounted mint block of eight (4 x 2), trivial horizontal bend on upper strip, otherwise fine and fresh. S.G. 62b, cat. 1,520+, SH 26c.Heijtz notes ''blocks of four and larger multiples are very scarce, both mint and used''. Ex Barton. Photo.
520 £180
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 2d. deep reddish purple, comb perf. (1919), unmounted mint block of thirty-six, the lower six rows of the sheet with margins three sides, fine. S.G. 62c, cat. 288+, SH 26d. Ex Barton.
521 £220
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 21/2d. dark blue (May 1912 printing) lower left corner marginal mint block of four and 21/2d. deep bright blue (Dec. 1912 printing) unmounted mint right marginal block of four, fine. S.G. 63, var., SH 27a, var. Ex Barton.
522 £300
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 21/2d. deep bright blue, line perf. (1914), mint block of twelve, four unmounted, being two rows of the sheet [R. 5/1-6/6] with margins at sides and incl. swan-necked ''2'' [R. 6/1] variety, fine. S.G. 63a, cat. 348+, SH 27b, v1. Ex Barton.
523 £80
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 21/2d. milky blue (small part of 1916 printing) single cancelled ''28 OC/19'' and 21/2d. deep blue, line perf. (1918) block of four with fine central ''NO 7/23'' F.6 c.d.s., both scarce shades used. Ex Barton.
524 £320
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 21/2d. pale milky blue, line perf. (1916) mint block of four, fine. S.G. 63b var., SH 27c var. B.P.A. certificate (1966) as ''milky blue''. Ex Barton. Photo.
525 £450
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 21/2d. deep blue, line perf. (1918), and 21/2d. blue, comb perf. (1919) both in a block of eighteen, the lower three rows of the sheet with margins three sides, unmounted mint, slight perf. separations, otherwise mainly fine. S.G. 63b var., 63c, cat. 602+, SH 27d, e. Ex Barton.
526 £260
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 6d. orange-yellow (May 1912 printing) blocks of four and nine, the former upper left corner marginal (imperf. top margin), the latter right marginal and incl. damaged value tablet [R. 6/4], 6d. yellow-orange (Dec. 1912 printing) blocks of four and six (2 x 3), the former from top of sheet (perforated top margin), the latter lower right corner marginal (imperf. lower margin), unmounted mint, fine. (23) S.G. 64, vars., SH 28a, vars. Ex Barton.
527 £240
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 6d. brown-orange (1919) lower right corner marginal block of fifteen (3 x 5) incl. damaged value tablet varieties [R. 6/4 and 8/4], hinged on [R. 6/5] and in margin only, fine. S.G. 64b, cat. 225+, SH 28b. Ex Barton.
528 £520
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 1s. yellow-brown (May 1912 printing) unmounted mint block of twenty-four, the lower four rows of the sheet with margins three sides (perf. lower margin), 1s. yellow-brown (Dec. 1912 printing) lower left mint corner marginal block of four (imperf. lower margin) with lower pair unmounted, fine. (28) S.G. 65, var., cat. 896+, SH 29a, var. Ex Barton. Photo.
529 £110
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 1s. pale yellow-brown (pale bistre-brown) on thin white paper (1919), a fine used horizontal pair with ''12 JY/21'' PS.1A c.d.s. Scarce, the overwhelming majority of this printing was overprinted ''WAR STAMP'' and very few unoverprinted used examples survive. S.G. 65a, cat. 220+, SH 29b. Ex Barton. Photo.
530 £650
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 1s. pale yellow-brown (pale bistre-brown) on thin white paper (1919), an unmounted mint block of twenty-four, the lower four rows of the sheet with margins on three sides, mainly fine. Although 24,000 of this shade were printed all but 1,500 were overprinted ''WAR STAMP''. S.G. 65a, cat. 1,560+, SH 29b. Ex Barton. Photo.
531 £140
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 1s. brown on thick greyish paper (1920), a mint block of twelve, two rows from the sheet with margin at left, very fine with four unmounted. Although 23,940 of this shade were printed all but 4,140 were overprinted ''WAR STAMP''. S.G. 65b, SH 29c. Ex Barton.
532 £210
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 1s. brown on thick greyish paper (1920), a fine used block of four [R. 3/1-4/2] with ''17 MR/22'' PS.1A c.d.s., the lower pair with plate scratches. Scarce, the overwhelming majority of this printing was overprinted ''WAR STAMP'' and few unoverprinted used examples survive. S.G. 65b, cat. 560+, SH 29c. Ex Barton. Photo.
533 £380
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 3s., 5s. maroon, 10s. and 1, each c.t.o. PS.1A ''22 AP/26'' c.d.s., fine. S.G. 66, 67b, 68, 69, cat. 995. Photo.
534 £480
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 3s. slate-green, a fine mint block of four, marginal from the top of the sheet. S.G. 66, cat. 340+. Ex Barton. Photo.
535 £580
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 5s. deep rose-red, mint block of four from the top of the sheet, light natural diagonal bends, the lower pair unmounted, fine. S.G. 67, cat. 400+. Ex Barton. Photo.
536 £70
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 5s. reddish maroon, c.t.o. by Fox Bay type FB.1 code A c.d.s. of ''SP 14/35'', fine. S.G. 67a, cat. 225+. Photo.
537 £110
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 5s. reddish maroon, mint, fine. S.G. 67a, cat. 225. Brandon certificate (1983). Ex Barton. Photo.
538 £150
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 5s. maroon, a fine mint block of four, one unmounted. S.G. 67b, cat. 380+. Ex Barton. Photo.
539 £110
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 10s. red and green, two examples, one mint, the other cancelled by an apparently backdated, or possibly faked, type F.4 c.d.s. of ''16 SP/01'', fine. S.G. 68.
540 £520
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 10s. red on green, a superb mint block of four, marginal from the top of the sheet, very lightly hinged on lower pair and in margin only. S.G. 68, cat. 640+. Ex Barton. Photo.
541 £3000
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 1 black on red, a superb mint block of four, upper right corner marginal, very lightly hinged on lower right stamp and in margin only. S.G. 69, cat. 1,800+. Ex Barton. Photo.
542 £300
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 1 black and red, a marginal example from the top of the sheet, tied to piece by type F.6 '12 JY/21'' c.d.s., fine. S.G. 69, cat. 550. Photo.
543 | £220
Falkland Islands: 1918-20 "WAR STAMP" Overprints: A mint and used selection on leaves, incl. blocks of four and larger and a good range of flaws, shades and misplaced overprints, mainly fine. (110)
544 | £160
Falkland Islands: 1918-20 "WAR STAMP" Overprints: A mainly unmounted mint selection in a stockbook, incl. various printings, varieties, blocks and a sheet, etc., mainly fine. (few 100's).
545 £80
Falkland Islands: 1918-20 "WAR STAMP" Overprints: 1/2d., 1d. and 1s., 1919 printings, comb perf., the 1/2d. with overprint misplaced high to right, unusually used with line perf. 2d. purple on 1919 (Dec. 12) envelope registered to London with type 5B registration label, backstamped Mar. 20 arrival. Photo.
546 £150
Falkland Islands: 1918-20 ''WAR STAMP'' Overprints: First overprinting (Oct. 1918) 1d. pale scarlet, line perf. block of six (3 x 2) canceled by fine F.4F c.d.s.'s on envelope registered to Axminster, carried on the ''Sorata'', a slow journey time with Liverpool Nov. 10 and next day arrival backstamps, vertical folds clear of block. Photo.
547 £60
Falkland Islands: 1918-20 ''WAR STAMP'' Overprints: Third overprinting (Apr. 1919) on 1916 1d. deep orange-red, line perf., unmounted mint block of thirty, the lower five rows of the sheet with margins three sides, [R. 10/1] showing broken ''W'', fine. SH 36b, t3. Ex Barton.
549 £550
Falkland Islands: 1918-20 ''WAR STAMP'' Overprints: Fifth overprinting (Second Setting, May 1920), 1s. on thick greyish paper, unmounted mint block of four, marginal from the right of the sheet [R. 2/5-6, 3/5-6] from the Second Trial Sheet showing overprint double, one albino, and with double offsets on reverse, more closely coincident but separated horizontally, slight perf. separation, otherwise fine. SH 37c v1. Ex Barton. Photo.
551 £230
Falkland Islands: 1921-28 Watermark Multiple Script CA: A used selection on leaves, comprising the set of eight and shades of 1/2d. (8), 1d. (34, incl. a block of twelve), 2d. (11), 21/2d. blue (11, incl. a block of four), 21/2d. on yellow(3), 6d. (2) and 1s. (block of four), some on piece, the 3s. tied by South Georgia ''11 AP/27'' c.d.s, good to fine. (81) Photo.
552 £150
Falkland Islands: 1921-28 Watermark Multiple Script CA: 1/2d. to 3s. used selection, comprising set to 3s. with some shades and multiples, mainly fine. (26)
553 | £150
Falkland Islands: 1921-28 Watermark Multiple Script CA: 1/2d. to 3s. mint selection on leaves incl. set to 1s. (6), 3s., with some shades and multiples, 21/2d. dark blue with swan-necked ''2'', mainly fine. (35)
554 £170
Falkland Islands: 1921-28 Watermark Multiple Script CA: June 1921 printing 1/2d. yellow-green and 21/2d. indigo in blocks of eighteen, the lower three rows of the sheet with margins on three sides, 1s. yellow-brown lower left corner marginal block of twelve (4 x 3) mainly fine unmounted mint. (48) SH 38a, 41a, 44. Ex Barton.
555 £400
Falkland Islands: 1921-28 Watermark Multiple Script CA: Mar. 1924 printing 1d. dull vermilion left marginal mint block of four and brighter shade in unmounted mint block of thirty, the lower five rows of the sheet with margins on three sides, one with two small internal defects; May 1925 printing 1/2d. green and 6d. yellow-orange in unmounted mint blocks of thirty, the lower five rows of the sheet with margins on three sides, 1d. pale orange-vermilion in upper left corner marginal mint block of four (three unmounted), 21/2d. pale reddish purple on yellow unmounted mint block of eighteen, the lower three rows of the sheet with margins on three sides, mainly fine. (116) SH 39a, var., 38b, 39b var., 42b, 43. Ex Barton.
556 £120
Falkland Islands: 1921-28 Watermark Multiple Script CA: May 1927 printing, 1/2d. dull yellowish green, 1d. deep orange-vermilion, 2d. deep purple and 21/2d. deep blue, each in a mint block of four, the 1/2d. (upper left), 1d. (upper right) and 2d. (upper left) corner marginal with two unmounted, the 21/2d. right marginal, mainly fine. (16) SH 38b var., 39c, 40b, 41b. Ex Barton.
557 £260
Falkland Islands: 1921-28 Watermark Multiple Script CA: 1d. dull vermilion, variety wmk. inverted and reversed, extremely lightly hinged, fine. S.G. 74ay, cat. 450. Photo.
558 | £120
Falkland Islands: 1921-28 Watermark Multiple Script CA: Selection of mainly unmounted mint blocks of four, comprising 2d. reddish purple (2, one upper marginal), 2d. deep purple, 2d. purple, 21/2d. indigo, 21/2d. dark blue, and 21/2d. pale purple on yellow, left marginal incl. swan-necked ''2'' (hinged), mainly fine. (28)
559 £380
Falkland Islands: 1921-28 Watermark Multiple Script CA: Apr. 1923 printing 2d. reddish purple block of twenty-four, the lower four rows of the sheet with margins on three sides, hinged on one only, 2d. deep reddish purple mint block of four, one with trivial tone spot on gum, 21/2d. deep purple on yellow unmounted mint block of eighteen (6 x 3), the lower three rows of the sheet with margins on three sides, 3s. slate-green lower left corner marginal mint block of four, the lower pair unmounted, mainly fresh and fine. (50) SH 40a, var., 42a, 45. Ex Barton. Photo.
560 £750
Falkland Islands: 1921-28 Watermark Multiple Script CA: Jan. 1928 printing, 2d. purple unmounted mint block of thirty, the lower five rows of the sheet with margins on three sides, a trifle gum toned, 21/2d. steel-blue shades in mint lower left corner marginal block of four (lower pair unmounted), unmounted mint blocks of six (3 x 2, lower right corner marginal) and twenty-four (the upper four rows of the sheet with margins on three sides); October 1928 printing, 1/2d. yellow-green unmounted mint lower left corner marginal block of eight (4 x 2, with Dr. Nabarro's purchase notes in lower margin), 1d. orange-vermilion (lower left) and 2d. pale reddish purple (upper right) in corner marginal blocks of four with two in each unmounted, 21/2d. steel-blue shades in upper right and lower left corner marginal mint blocks of four (two in each unmounted) and a mint single in the Prussian blue shade with R.P.S. certificate (1967), mainly fine. (87) SH 38b var., 39c, 40c, var., 41c1, var., c2. Ex Barton.
561 £1150
Falkland Islands: 1921-28 Watermark Multiple Script CA: 21/2d. pale purple on yellow, variety watermark inverted and reversed in a lower right corner marginal block of four, unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 77ay, cat. 2,000+. SH 42b wmk1. Photo.
562 £380
Falkland Islands: 1921-28 Watermark Multiple Script CA: 21/2d. pale purple on yellow, variety watermark inverted and reversed, unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 77ay, cat. 500. SH 42b wmk1. Photo.
563 £1250
Falkland Islands: 1921-28 Watermark Multiple Script CA: 6d., the scarce pale orange shade, mint block of twelve, the lower two rows of the sheet with margins on three sides, hinged in margins only, natural bends, fine. A rare multiple, marginal notes from Dr. Nabarro indicate that it was purchased from island postmaster Maude Carey in April 1929. S.G. 78 var., SH 43 var. Ex Barton. Photo.
564 £1100
Falkland Islands: 1921-28 Watermark Multiple Script CA: 6d. orange-yellow, variety watermark inverted a mint block of four, marginal from the right of the sheet, lightly hinged on upper pair only, fine. S.G. 78w, cat. 1,400+. SH 43 wmk1. Photo.
565 £1850
Falkland Islands: 1929-37 Whale & Penguin Issue: The study of the values to 5s., mainly in mint multiples, comprising. 1/2d. (118 incl. part sheet of 100), 1d. (28), 2d. (9), 21/2d. (8), 4d. (26, incl. small holes block of nine), 6d. (10, four being reddish purple) and 1s. (14), showing variations of comb and line perfs. incl. corner blocks of four of 1936 1d., 4d., 6d. and 1s. showing compound use of line perf. 13.9 and 14.2, perforation hole sizes, shades and printings, also 4d. on registered last day of use cover, etc., mainly fine. (213 + 1 cover) Ex Barton.
566 | £120
Falkland Islands: 1929-37 Whale & Penguin Issue: 1/2d. to 2s.6d., 10s. with shades of 1/2d., 1d. (block of four), 6d. and 1s. (block of four), mint, some creases, otherwise fine. (19)
567 £720
Falkland Islands: 1929-37 Whale & Penguin Issue: 1d. deep red, 4d. deep orange, 6d. reddish purple and 1s. black on bright emerald, 1936 printings each in an upper right corner marginal block of four showing compound use of line perforation 13.9 and 14.2, the 1d., 4d. and 1s. showing the larger, cleaner cut holes from the second machine on the right hand vertical row, the 6d. showing its use on the two right hand vertical rows, fine and scarce with the lower pairs unmounted. S.G. 116a, 120a, 121a, 112a, vars. Ex Barton. Photo.
568 £400
Falkland Islands: 1929-37 Whale & Penguin Issue: 2s.6d. carmine on blue unmounted mint lower marginal block of eight (4 x 2), the lower strip with minor horizontal bend and one with patch of natural gum disturbance, otherwise fine. S.G. 123, cat. 440+. Ex Barton.
569 £400
Falkland Islands: 1929-37 Whale & Penguin Issue: 5s. green on yellow mint lower left corner marginal block of four showing ''wandering perforations'', the lower pair unmounted with slight backing paper adhesions, the right hand pair with light vertical bend, otherwise fine. S.G. 124, cat. 340+. Ex Barton. Photo.
570 £100
Falkland Islands: 1929-37 Whale & Penguin Issue: 5s. green on yellow fine mint horizontal pair showing significant misalignment of the perforation comb. S.G. 124 var. Ex Barton. Photo.
571 £420
Falkland Islands: 1929-37 Whale & Penguin Issue: 10s. carmine on emerald mint lower right corner marginal block of four, the lower pair unmounted, the right hand pair with very light vertical bend, otherwise fine. S.G. 125, cat. 680+. Ex Barton. Photo.
573 £160
Falkland Islands: 1929-37 Whale & Penguin Issue: 1, a very fine and fresh used example. S.G. 126, cat. 375. Photo.
574 £820
Falkland Islands: 1929-37 Whale & Penguin Issue: 1 black on red fine mint block of four, the lower pair unmounted, one perf. slightly pulled at foot, very fresh. S.G. 126, cat. 1,200+. Ex Barton. Photo.
575 £160
Falkland Islands: 1929-37 Whale & Penguin Issue: 1 black on red, a very fine mint lower left corner marginal example showing major misalignment of perforation comb at foot, natural paper wrinkle, fresh and attractive. S.G. 126 var. Ex Barton. Photo.
576 £980
Falkland Islands: 1933 Centenary Issue: 1/2d. to 1 set of twelve perforated ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type B9), mainly fine and fresh without gum. S.G. 127s-38s, cat. 2,750. Photo.
577 £1350
Falkland Islands: 1933 Centenary Issue: 1/2d. to 1 set mint, the 6d. with a few short perfs. at top, otherwise fine. S.G. 127-38, cat. 3,000. Photo.
578 £1250
Falkland Islands: 1933 Centenary Issue: 1/2d. to 1, mainly good to fine mint. S.G. 127-138, cat 3,000. Photo.
579 £1150
Falkland Islands: 1933 Centenary Issue: 1/2d. to 1, mainly good to fine mint. S.G. 127-138, cat 3,000. Photo.
580 £500
Falkland Islands: 1933 Centenary Issue: 1/2d. to 1s. in mint Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co. imprint blocks of four, the 6d. being the Second printing black and pale slate shade, odd minor tones, otherwise mainly fine with three in each unmounted. S.G. 127-34, cat. 688+. Photo.
581 £450
Falkland Islands: 1933 Centenary Issue: 1/2d. to 5s. mint, mixed condition, some adhesions on gum. (10). S.G. 127-136, cat. 991. Photo.
582 £720
Falkland Islands: 1933 Centenary Issue: 2s.6d. mint block of four with two unmounted, one or two faint stains on gum, otherwise fine. S.G. 135, cat. 680+. Photo,
583 | £50
Falkland Islands: 1933 Centenary Issue: Photographic negative glass plate with image of the King Penguin used by George Roberts for his original 5s. essay, also original photographs of Roberts 4d. (enlarged) and 2s.6d. (stamp-size) essays, all ex Roberts' personal archive.
584 £900
Falkland Islands: 1933 Centenary Issue: 5s. black and yellow-orange, Second printing Jan. 1933, light vertical bend at lower right, otherwise fine and extremely lightly hinged. S.G. 136a, cat. 1,900. Clear B.P.A. certificate (1979). Photo.
585 £7200
Falkland Islands: 1933 Centenary Issue: 1, a scarce mint block of four with one unmounted, one perf. slightly toned on reverse, otherwise fine. S.G. 138, cat. 7,200+. Photo.
586 £140
Falkland Islands: 1935 Silver Jubilee Issue: 1d. unmounted mint block of four, marginal from the left of the sheet, the lower left stamp (unmounted), showing flagstaff on right-hand turret [Pl. ''5'', R. 7/1], fine. S.G. 139, d, cat. 359+. Photo.
587 £120
Falkland Islands: 1935 Silver Jubilee Issue: 4d. green and indigo showing variety ''double flagstaff'', used with rest of set cancelled F.4B ''8 NO/35'' c.d.s.'s on cover to London. S.G. 139-42. R.P.S. certificate (2005) states ''not the variety catalogued ''double flagstaff''. Photo.
588 £380
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: ''POSTED ON BOARD'' in double oval (SH SC.6), a fair strike in black tying 1912-20 2d. to envelope addressed to H. Clement at Roy Cove, a little roughly opened, otherwise fine and scarce. B.P.A. certificate (1985). Photo.
589 £190
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: Incoming Mail, 1912 to 1949, selection of nine envelopes variously originating and addressed, comprising 1912 from Northern Ireland to Berkeley Sound Station (arriving on the ''Orcoma''), 1924 from Portsmouth (on the ''Ortega''), 1926 registered from Athens (via whaling fleet), Buenos Aires (''Colombo'') and Czechoslovakia (''Lagarto''), 1930 at 1/2d. printed paper rate from the Irish Republic to Roy Cove, 1946 censored from American Zone, Germany to the Colonial Secretary and Stockholm-Montevideo f.f.c., and 1949 from Norfolk at 1s. airmail rate (from Montevideo on the ''Fitzroy''). Ex Barton.
590 £180
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands, Selection of postcards etc., mainly depicting vessels involved, incl. H.M.S. ''Bristol'', ''Canopus'' (2), ''Glasgow'' (3), ''Good Hope'', ''Inflexible'', ''Invincible'' (3), ''Kent'', ''Monmouth'', and some German. (22 items)
591 £80
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands, H.M.S. ''Good Hope'', two Saint Lucia picture postcards addressed to England by members of the crew, one endorsed ''at Sea/21-9-14''.. ''We have just stopped a ship at sea & are just going to send a mail.. We are just off S. America'' with London Oct. 18 1914 transit, the other (adhesive detached) with framed Naval censor mark and Oct. 16 transit, also two further postcards depicting the harbour, one postally used 1907. (4 items) Ex Marsden.
592 £3200
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: Departmental Cachets/1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands: 1915 (Mar. 16) envelope to the P.O.W. section of the International Red Cross in Geneva with a superb strike of the ''GOVERNMENT HOUSE/1-MAR 1915/FALKLANDS'' triple ring oval dated cachet at left and franked at Foreign rate by 1d. used in combination with K.E.VII 1/2d. strip of three, carried on the ''Quillota'' with Apr. 23 arrival backstamp, the correspondence probably concerning German prisoners taken after the Battle, most attractive. Ex Barton. Photo.
593 | £80
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands, H.M.S. ''Inflexible'', two ''Roll of Fame postcards, one endorsed ''On Active Service'' from ''No. 16 Mess/H.M.S. Inflexible'' dated ''Apr. 24th 15'' sent under cover, slight soiling, the other unused, also H.M.S. ''Good Hope'' postcard postally used 1908, creased corner, and ''A Short History of the Falkland Islands and its Stamps'' by Sloan & Goodman (1927) containing an eight page account of the Battle.
595 £210
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1915 (July 21) 1d. stationery envelope (1913) uprated by 1d. (1912) and K.E.VII 1/2d. (1911) paying Foreign rate to Switzerland with Berne Aug. 24 arrival backstamp, carried on the ''Oriana'', also three picture postcards depicting the vessel, two French from La Pallice-Rochelle (one used), the other coloured (Burley PSNC 6-CC) used to Jersey bearing G.B. 1d. cancelled at Barbados with framed ''Posted/on/Board'' alongside. (4 items) Ex Barton. Photo.
596 £160
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1915 (Aug. 18) mourning envelope with enclosed letter, franked by line perf. 21/2d. and addressed to Buenos Aires with Aug. 23 arrival backstamps, carried on the ''Orita''. Ex Barton. Photo.
597 £260
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1915 (Nov. 10) picture postcard of the S.S. ''Great Britain'' franked 1d. and used to New York, the vessel at this time used for storage of wool. Heyburn AP-1-ap. Ex Barton. Photo.
598 | £220
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1922 to 1936, four covers incl. 1922 ''Wilson'' registered cover to England bearing 2d. and 6d., 1926 registered cover to England franked by 1/2d., 1d. and 21/2d. purple on yellow, good to fine. Photo.
599 £140
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1923 (Oct. 4) 1d. stationery envelope (1917) used to Groves & Lindley in Huddersfield, carried on the ''Oriana'' to Punta Arenas. Ex Barton. Photo.
600 £190
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1923 (Oct. 4) 1d. stationery envelope (1917) registered to London with uprating by 1d. (1920) strip of three, carried on the R.M.S. ''Falkland'' to Punta Arenas, with Jan. 14 arrival backstamps. Ex Barton. Photo.
602 £150
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1925-28, four envelopes addressed to Howard Clement at Roy Cove, two at the 1d. rate (one with official crest and initialled by Colonial Secretary, J.M. Ellis), another franked 2d. to pay 1-2oz. rate and the other registered bearing 1d. strip of three and single. Ex Barton.
604 £250
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1927 to 1934, selection of six envelopes, comprising 1927 (Feb. 17) registered to Germany franked 6d. (1925) and carried on the ''Lautaro'', (May 30) Fox Bay to Birmingham franked 1d., 1929 (Jan. 30) O.H.M.S. to Malta franked 2d., carried on the ''Orduna'', (May 29) registered to the U.S.A. with 1d. and 2d.pairs, carried on the ''Fleurus'', 1934 (May 24) to London franked 1d. and (Dec. 15) to Detroit franked 21/2d. Ex Barton.
605 £120
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1927 (May 3) picture postcard (Victory Green) used to France franked 1/2d. and 1d. on picture side tied by fine PS.1A, carried by Norwegian whaling factory ship, also p.p.c. of the Town Hall bearing 1d. cancelled Oct. 8 1928 on picture side but unaddressed. Heyburn AC-15-ac, AE-7-ae. Ex Barton.
606 £120
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1927 (Dec. 15) 1d. stationery envelope type II (1924) cancelled good PS.1A and used to Huddersfield, carried on the M.V. ''Losada'' to Punta Arenas with unused p.p.c. of the vessel also included. Ex Barton. Photo.
608 £80
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1928 (Feb. 1) envelope with P.S.N.Co. embossed device on flap, franked 1d. and addressed to Scotland, carried on the ''Orduna'' on its ''Round South America'' cruise. Photo.
610 £130
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1928 (Nov. 21) picture postcard of shags (Heyburn AC-13-ac) franked 1d. and addressed to Scotland, carried on the ''Fleurus''. Photo.
611 £110
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1929 (Nov. 13) to Renfrewshire bearing 2d. purple (1928) strip of six and 1931 (Mar. 12) to Sussex franked Whale & Penguin 2d. pair, two envelopes both registered and carried on the S.S. ''Falkland''. Ex Barton.
612 £320
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1930 (Nov. 19) 1d. stationery envelope type III (1928) cancelled fine PS.1A and used by Montague Craigie-Halkett, Treasurer of the Colony and Acting Postmaster (his initials at lower left) to William Barlas on South Georgia, carried on the ''Fleurus''. Ex Barton. Photo.
613 £280
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1932 (Aug. 6) envelope to William Barlas at South Georgia, a little roughly opened, franked Whale & Penguin 1d. tied by two strikes of PS.1A v2 c.d.s. with ''curly'' provisional ''32'' (clear on one strike), also a fine strike on 4d. adhesive and a good strike of PS.1B v2 ''curly'' ''2'' only on marginal1d. adhesive. (3 items) Ex Barton. Photo.
614 £140
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1932 (Nov. 8) stampless long O.H.M.S. envelope used inter-island to Howard Clement at Roy Cove and showing good strike of Port Stanley PS.1A v2 c.d.s. still with ''curly'' provisional ''32'', the envelope with vertical fold at left, scarce usage. Ex Barton. Photo.
615 £130
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1933(c.), 1940 and 1953, three stampless O.H.M.S. covers, the first to London with fair to good strikes of Official Paid (type PSO.4) and ''POST OFFICE/(crown)/FALKLAND ISLANDS'' handstamps (PSO.5), the second registered to Pebble Island with PS.2C c.d.s. and the third with PSO.4 and PS.3B c.d.s. Ex Barton. Photo.
616 £240
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1933 to 1953(c.), the ''Reina del Pacifico'', a selection of eight envelopes etc. incl. 1933 envelope from A.G. Nelson-Jones to William Barlas at South Georgia, posted from Valparaiso, 1934 to Edinburgh franked 1d., 1936 (Feb. 9) P.S.N.C. philatelic envelope bearing G.B. 1935 Silver Jubilee 1/2d., 1d. pair, 11/2d. (2) cancelled at Stanley, 1937 similar envelope at Foreign rate to U.S.A. with enclosed letter on ship notepaper, 1949 lettercard, also postcards, etc. Ex Barton.
617 £40
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1933 (Jan.) envelope to Mrs. Jessie Holgate (mother-in-law of Capt. D.W. Roberts) franked by Centenary 1d. tied by F.4C c.d.s. with scarce code ''A'' (found only in first half of 1933, slight cover faults.
618 £350
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1933 (Feb.) picture postcard of Stanley (Heyburn AR-12-ar) addressed to Argentina, bearing Centenary 1/2d. and 1d. indistinctly cancelled, unaccepted by the Argentinian authorities with ms. ''Refusado'' tax markings and Rosario Mar. 20 arrival, carried on the ''Lafonia''. Photo.
619 £230
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: Consignees Mail, two Estate Louis Williams printed envelopes (different printings) both addressed to Howard Clement at Roy Cove, one bearing Whale & Penguin 1d. tied by three line violet ''ESTATE LOUIS WILLIAMS/PORT STANLEY/FALKLAND ISLANDS'' cachet, the other with Centenary 1d. cancelled ''12 JU/33''. Ex Barton. Photo.
620 £550
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1933 (July 13) stampless O.H.M.S. envelope addressed to Howard Clement at Roy Cove showing fine strike of ''TREASURY/13 JUL 1933/FALKLANDS'' oval cachet in violet (type TR/1), a few minor stains and vertical crease at right, also a part strike of the cachet tying diagonally bisected 1d. to small piece in 1913. (2 items) Ex Barton. Photo.
621 £170
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1933, apparently commercial envelope to Buenos Aires, addressed to M.G. Creece, Falkland Islands Co. Manager, franked by Centenary 1d. and First printing 2d. (mint Second printing included for comparison) indistinctly cancelled, with postman's route mark below and backstamped by large '' COBRAR'' 50c. charge mark on reverse. Photo.
622 £80
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1934 picture postcard underpaid to the U.S.A. underpaid by Whale & Penguin 1d., indistinctly cancelled with handstruck type T.1 ''T'' marking alongside, New York due marking and pre-cancelled U.S. 2c. postage due affixed at left. Heyburn AQ-3-aqy. Ex Barton. Photo.
623 £480
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1935 (Mar. 7) official envelope registered to London, showing re-use of large ''R'' marking without date, the 1oz. rate made by Whale & Penguin 1/2d., 1d. and 21/2d., carried on the ''Loreto'' and with ms. receiving note of Apr. 3. Ex Barton. Photo.
624 £85
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1936 (Jan. 4) long O.H.M.S. envelope registered to Utah, franked by Whale & Penguin 21/2d. pair and 1/2d. single paying Foreign rate + 3d. registration, carried on the ''Lafonia'' with Salt Lake City Feb. 16 arrival backstamps. Ex Barton. Photo.
625 £150
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1936 (Mar. 9) small, unusual envelope registered to Norway correctly franked at 51/2d. foreign registered letter rate by Whale & Penguin 1/2d. (affixed in soiled condition), 1d, (3, one torn) and 2d., all comb perf. (2nd printing line perfs. not arriving until June), carried on the ''Loriga'' with Oslo Apr. 13 transit and Nykirke next day arrival backstamps, slight wear. Photo.
626 £160
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1937, three covers carried on the ''Lafonia'' with Whale & Penguin frankings, comprising (Feb. 22) registered to New York with 1/2d. (2), 2d. and 21/2d., (Mar. 31) from Fox Bay to Cheshire with 1d. and (Apr. 3) Estate Louis Williams envelope to France with 21/2d., also unused p.p.c. depicting the vessel under her previous name ''Southern Coast''. (4 items) Ex Barton.
627 £450
Falkland Islands: K.G.VI Commemoratives: 1937 Coronation, selection comprising mint corner sheet no. blocks and five covers: 1937 (Mar. 30) registered from South Georgia to Belgium bearing 1/2d. (2), 1d. (2) and 21/2d. (51/2d. Foreign Registered rate), (June 26) to England (on the ''Lafonia'') with full set paying 4d. registered rate, (Nov. 26) Estate Louis Williams envelope to New York franked by 21/2d. (Foreign rate, carried on H.M.S. ''Exeter''), 1938 (Apr. 6) printed Messrs. Binnie envelope locally used with 1d., and (July 6) Globe Store envelope registered from Fox Bay to Belgium bearing 1/2d., 1d. (2), 21/2d. and 1938 1/2d. (51/2d. Foreign Registered rate). Ex Barton.
628 | £70
Falkland Islands: K.G.VI Commemoratives: 1937 Coronation set commercially used 1937 (May 14) paying 4d. rate on formula registered envelope (Perkins E.5) to London showing registration label; set used (Aug. 25) on envelope registered to Uganda with ''(crown)/REGISTERED'' marking (no labels left); 1/2d., 1d. (paying foreign rate on (Nov. 18) envelope from South Georgia to California. (3 covers)
629 | £220
Falkland Islands: K.G.VI Commemoratives: 1946 Victory, specialised study on leaves etc. incl. 3d. blue ''three buoys'' variety [Pl. 1, R. 3/1], Plate 1 corner block of six with re-entry and ''crown'' flaw [R. 8/5], scarce Plate 2, complete sheet of sixty, folded and with some minor perf. separations, otherwise fine (Heijtz cat. 250), also covers correctly franked (3), two 1d. used on 1956 Estate Louis Williams statement of account, etc., chiefly fine. (108 + 4 covers etc.) Ex Barton. Photo.
630 £250
Falkland Islands: K.G.VI Commemoratives: 1948 Silver Wedding in unmounted mint corner marginal blocks of four, also 1949 U.P.U. in mint multiples incl. plate blocks, mainly fine. (48) Ex Barton.
631 £260
Falkland Islands: K.G.VI Commemoratives: 1948 Silver Wedding 1 unmounted mint upper right corner marginal block of four with sheet no. ''041'', also set used ''31 JA/49''on locally addressed envelope. S.G. 166, 167.
632 | £50
Falkland Islands: K.G.VI Commemoratives: 1948 Silver Wedding set tied by fine PS.3A c.d.s.'s to ''Wilson'' cover to England, with type 14 registration label believed added at a later date. See Upland Goose query p.259, Vol. XIII, No. 7, Mar. 1997 and response article by F. Mitchell in the following issue.
633 | £100
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: Selection of items incl. two photographic negative glass plates with slightly differing images of Gentoo Penguins used by George Roberts for his original 2s.6d. essay, also original photographs of Whale's Jawbones, Southern Sealion (enlarged), Deception Island sketch, as well as unaccepted ''Lafonia'' and penguin colony, used for the production of Roberts' essays, etc., all ex Roberts' personal archive.
634 | £480
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: A used study on leaves with most printings represented incl. 1s. Third and Fourth printings, 2s.6d. (4, incl. Fourth printing - ex Parry and Belfield), 5s. (4), 10s. (4) and 1 (4, incl. Third and Fourth printings), also seven covers, mainly good to fine. (54 + 7 covers)
635 £1850
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: The study of the values to 1s.3d., mainly in mint multiples all printings (less 1947 ptg. 1s.) represented, almost all in blocks of four or larger incl. 1942 ptg. 2d. black and deep carmine-red complete sheet of sixty, 1937 ptg. 9d. sheet no. and imprint blocks of four, also shades incl. 1d. black and carmine corner and imprint blocks of four, and an excellent range of sheet no. items (27 in total), imprint blocks (21 in total, four with plate no.'s), mainly fine with most unmounted, some used incl. first day cancellations, a few photographs, also photo. reproductions of Roberts' essays (14), etc., chiefly fine. (450 approx.) Ex Barton.
636 | £2200
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: A mint study on leaves with most printings represented and with many blocks of four, almost all unmounted incl. 1s. Fourth printing (block of four), 2s.6d. (10, incl. two blocks of four), 5s. (6, incl. a block of four), 10s. (10, incl. two blocks of four) and 1 (7, incl. a block of four), mainly fine. (151)
637 | £1100
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: A mint accumulation, partially sorted on stockleaves and loose with an extensive group of large multiples, plate no. and imprint blocks, and a range of printings to 2s.6d. (14), 5s. (18), 10s. (8), 1 (8), etc., mainly fine. (approx. 860)
638 | £700
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: The Charles Glass mint reference collection written-up on leaves, with printings represented as identified in his study booklet, to 2s.6d. (4, incl. ''deep blackish slate''), 5s. (4, incl. ''indigo and yellowish chestnut''), 10s. (4) and 1 (4), mainly fine. (48)
639 | £130
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: A mint selection, incl. shades and printings, few low value blocks, etc., mostly fine. (109).
640 | £40
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1/2d. black and green and 2d. black and deep carmine-red, Second printings Aug. 1942, one complete sheet of the former and two of the latter with sheet no.'s ''0280'', ''2024'' and 2025'' respectively, one 1/2d. with minor stain, otherwise mainly fine unmounted mint. (180) S.G. 146, 147 vars., SH 76b, 80b.
641 £210
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 2d. black and deep carmine-red, Second printing Aug. 1942, upper left corner marginal block [R. 1/1-2/3] with sheet no. ''4595'' and showing 3mm. upward shift of vignette, unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 150 var., SH 80b var. Belfield opinion (2008). Photo.
642 £1050
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 4d. black and reddish purple, the recently confirmed October 1943 printing (to be listed in the next edition of the Heijtz catalogue), a fine unmounted mint block of four, marginal from the left of the sheet. Scarce, this printing was intended for the Dependencies overprint issues. However, subsequently just twelve unoverprinted sheets were later released together with the Aug. 1944 printing (see Bradbury, Wilkinson records 50479/2/5/44). With Belfield letter of opinion (2008). Ex Barton. Photo.
643 £220
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 9d. black and pale grey-blue, Fourth printing May 1947, unmounted mint block of six (2 x 3) from the foot of the sheet with Bradbury Wilkinson imprint, fine. S.G. 157 var., SH 87d. Ex Barton.
644 £280
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1s. pale blue (light dull blue), First printing Nov. 1937, fine unmounted mint block of four, upper right corner marginal with sheet no. ''244'' (from the first of two deliveries). S.G. 158, cat. 300+, SH 88a. Ex Barton. Photo.
645 £190
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1s. dull greenish blue, Second printing July 1938, unmounted mint block of nine, marginal from the right of the sheet, some nibbled perfs. at foot, otherwise fine. S.G. 158a, cat. 405+, SH 88b. Ex Barton.
646 £160
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1s. dull blue, Third printing Aug. 1944, unmounted mint corner marginal block of sixteen [R. 1/1-8/2], fine. S.G. 158b, cat. 416+, SH 88c.
647 £200
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1s. dull blue, Third printing Aug. 1944, unmounted mint marginal block of twelve [R. 3/1-6/2], fine. S.G. 158b, cat. 312+, SH 88c.
648 £280
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1s. deep dull blue, Fourth printing May 1947, unmounted mint corner marginal block of twelve [R. 5/5-10/6], [R. 5/6] slight bend and adjoining selvedge portion partly detached, otherwise fine. S.G. 158c, cat. 900+, SH 88d.
649 £230
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1s. deep dull blue, Fourth printing May 1947, unmounted mint corner marginal block of twelve [R. 5/1-10/2], bends in selvedge at upper left, otherwise fine. S.G. 158c, cat. 900+, SH 88d.
650 £210
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1s. deep dull blue, Fourth printing May 1947, unmounted mint corner marginal block of ten [R. 1/1-5/2], row 5 selvedge portion missing, fine. S.G. 158c, cat. 750+, SH 88d.
651 £190
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1s. deep dull blue, Fourth printing May 1947, unmounted mint marginal block of ten [R. 1/3-5/4], fine. S.G. 158c, cat. 750+, SH 88d.
652 £190
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1s. deep dull blue, Fourth printing May 1947, unmounted mint corner marginal block of ten [R. 1/5-5/6], [R. 5/6] with slight bends and adjoining selvedge portion missing, otherwise fine. S.G. 158c, cat. 750+, SH 88d.
653 £280
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1s. deep dull blue, Fourth printing May 1947, unmounted mint block of six (2 x 3), marginal from the top of the sheet, fine. S.G. 158c, cat. 450+, SH 88d. Ex Barton.
654 £75
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 2s.6d. slate, 5s. blue and chestnut, 10s. black and brownish orange, 1 black and dull violet, First printings Nov. 1937, each cancelled ''23 JU/45'' type PS.3B c.d.s., fine. S.G, 160-63, cat. 189, SH 90a, 91a, 92a, 93a.
655 £220
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 2s.6d. slate, First printing Nov. 1937, fine unmounted mint block of four. S.G. 160 var., SH 90a. Ex Barton.
656 £380
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 2s.6d. violet-slate, Second printing July 1938, unmounted mint block of four, marginal from the left of the sheet. S.G. 160 var., SH 90b. Ex Barton. Photo.
657 £110
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 2s.6d. yellowish slate, Third printing Aug. 1944, an unmounted mint block of six (2 x 3) marginal from the left of the sheet, one with small natural gum blemish, otherwise fine. S.G. 160 var., SH 90c.
658 £350
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 2s.6d. yellowish slate, Third printing Aug. 1944, unmounted mint block of four from the foot of the sheet with Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co. imprint, fine. S.G. 160 var., SH 90c.
659 £260
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 2s.6d. yellowish slate, Third printing Aug. 1944, fine unmounted mint upper right corner marginal block of four. S.G. 160, SH 90c. Ex Barton. Photo.
660 £210
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 2s.6d. slate-black, Fourth printing July 1949, unmounted mint lower left corner marginal block of four, the pair at right with a few small tone spots on gum, otherwise fine. S.G. 160 var., SH 90d. Ex Barton. Photo.
661 £620
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 5s. blue and chestnut, First printing Nov. 1937, mint block of four, marginal from the top of the sheet, hinged in margin only, also a corner marginal single with sheet no. ''038'', fine. S.G. 161, cat. 700+, SH 91a. Ex Barton. Photo.
662 £2100
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 5s. indigo and pale yellow-brown, Second printing July 1938, unmounted mint block of four, marginal from the left of the sheet, fine. S.G. 161b, cat. 3,600+, SH 91b. B.P.A. certificate (1971). Ex Barton. Photo.
663 £350
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 5s. indigo and pale yellow-brown, Second printing July 1938, superb mint, fine. S.G. 161b, cat. 900, SH 91b. Photo.
664 £160
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 5s. indigo and pale yellow-brown, Second printing July 1938, slight corner bend, otherwise fine and lightly hinged. S.G. 161b, cat. 900. Photo.
665 £400
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 5s. dull deep blue and dark yellow-brown, Third printing Aug. 1944, an unmounted mint block of four, marginal from the left of the sheet, fine. S.G. 161c, cat. 480+, SH 91c. Photo.
666 £300
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 5s. dull deep blue and dark yellow-brown, Third printing Aug. 1944, an unmounted mint block of four, fine. S.G. 161c, cat. 480+, SH 91c. Photo.
667 £140
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 5s. dull deep blue and dark yellow-brown, Third printing Aug. 1944, upper left corner marginal block of four, light diagonal bends affect pair at left otherwise fine. S.G. 161c, cat. 480+, SH 91c. Ex Barton. Photo.
668 £520
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 5s. bright blue and bistre-brown, Fourth printing July 1949, unmounted mint block of four, marginal from the top of the sheet, one with the very faintest of gum tones, otherwise fine. S.G. 161d, cat. 800+, SH 91d. Ex Barton. Photo.
669 £420
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 10s. black and brownish orange, First printing Nov. 1937, mint block of four with Bradbury Wilkinson imprint, the lower pair unmounted, fine. S.G. 162, cat. 520+, SH 92a. Ex Barton. Photo.
670 £750
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 10s. black and light orange, Second printing July 1938, mint block of four, marginal from the top of the sheet with three unmounted, fine. S.G. 162a, cat. 1,100+, SH 92b. Ex Barton. Photo.
671 £380
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 10s. black and orange, Third printing Aug. 1944, upper right corner marginal unmounted mint mint block of four, fine. S.G. 162b, cat. 320+, SH 92c. Ex Barton. Photo.
672 £580
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 10s. black and deep reddish orange, Fourth printing July 1949, upper let corner marginal unmounted mint block of four, the right hand with a few minor tone spots, otherwise fine. S.G. 162c, cat. 1,600+, SH 92d. Ex Barton. Photo.
673 £580
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1 black and dull violet, First printing Nov. 1937, mint from the top of the sheet with no., hinged in margin only; 1 black and reddish violet, Second printing July 1938, lower marginal block of four, very slight bends, otherwise fine with three unmounted. S.G. 163 vars., SH 93a, 93b. Ex Barton. Photo.
674 £500
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1 grey-black and bluish violet, Third printing Aug. 1944, unmounted mint block of four from the foot of the sheet with Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co. imprint, fine. S.G. 163 var., SH 93c. Photo.
675 £300
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1 grey-black and bluish violet, Third printing Aug. 1944, unmounted mint upper right corner marginal block of four, very slight bends on right hand pair, otherwise fine. S.G. 163 var., SH 93c. Ex Barton. Photo.
676 £320
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1 grey-black and bluish violet, Third printing Aug. 1944, an unmounted mint block of four, upper right corner marginal, fine. S.G. 163 var., SH 93c. Photo.
677 £290
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1 black and bright violet, Fourth printing July 1949, lightly cancelled commercially used block of four, fine. S.G. 163 var., SH 93d. Photo.
678 £420
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1 black and bright violet, Fourth printing July 1949, unmounted mint upper right corner marginal block of four, some light tone spots on gum, otherwise fine. S.G. 163 var., SH 93d. Ex Barton. Photo.
679 £150
Falkland Islands: 1952-53 Definitives: 1/2d. to 1 set in blocks of four cancelled by PS.3A or PS.3B c.d.s.'s between June and Aug. 1952, fine. (56) S.G. 172-85, cat. 240+.
680 £190
Falkland Islands: 1952-53 Definitives: Second printing 5s. purple and 10s. greenish grey, both in a lower right corner marginal plate no. ''1'' block of four, unmounted mint, mainly fine. S.G. 183-84 vars., SH 113b, 114b.
681 £230
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: 1937, picture postcard of penguins at South Shetlands (Heyburn AQ-13-aq) bearing G.B. 1d. cancelled on arrival in Chile by Feb. 13 1937 c.d.s. with Valdivia Feb. 15 and Prestatyn Mar. 12 arrival, the sender's message reporting the Falkland Islands as ''very bare''. Photo.
682 £550
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: 1938 to 1960, an interesting selection of twenty-three variously addressed envelopes with a good range of frankings, etc. incl. 1942 stampless cover to Darwin Harbour, 1943 and 1944 censored covers to U.S.A. (one registered), 1946 O.A.S. cover to the Isle of Wight, 1946 envelope posted on board the ''Highland Monarch'' (containing telegram from Port Stanley), 1951 airmail envelope to Kent bearing 1s. deep blue (1947 ptg.), etc., good to fine. Ex Barton.
683 £80
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: Two registered covers, 1938 (Mar. 9) to Scotland franked 4d. and (June 29) to Surrey franked 1s., also 1936 (July 16) local envelope franked Whale & Penguin 1d. (cover faults) and 1937 Coronation set cancelled ''7 JU/37'' on picture postcard (Heyburn AC-10-acz). (4 items)
684 £450
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: Censored Mail: 1939 (Nov. 8) envelope to Milford Haven franked 1d. and resealed by Stanley censor label (84mm. inscription), an early example with italic ''s'' (Heijtz type a v1), carried on the ''Lafonia''. Ex Barton. Photo.
685 £500
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: 1940 (June 7) censored envelope to the Naval Reserve Depot in Williamstown, Australia, franked 1/2d. and 21/2d. with Post Office Crown (PSO.5) at lower left, partially covered by Stanley censor label (84mm. inscription) and with handstamped ''Censor.'', believed unique, vertical filing fold and slight wear. Photo.
686 £95
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: 1940 (July 27) censored envelope from Mrs. G.J. Felton (ms. endorsement on flap) to Iowa, franked at foreign rate by 2d. and 1/2d., resealed by P.C.90 label (examiner 4743). Photo.
687 £80
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: 1942 (Jan. 10) censored envelope from Terence Binnie (handstamp on flap) to New Zealand, franked 1d. cancelled PS.2A with thick ''10'', resealed at left by scarce (unlisted by Parry) ''EXAMINED BY/1712'' censor label, Montevideo Jan. 17 transit on reverse. Photo.
689 £95
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: On Active Service Mail: 1942 (Aug. 9) stampless cover from Pte. J. Robinson of the 11th West Yorks. Regt. to his wife in Leeds, countersigned at lower left, with violet crowned circle censor's cachet no. 4428, red Maritime Mail marking enclosing a seven page letter headed ''Falkland Island Fcs'' and with Oct. 20 receiving note. Ex Barton. Photo.
690 £820
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: Evacuee Mail: 1942 stampless envelope endorsed ''EVACUEE'' and addressed to Mrs. L. Sedgwick with light Port Stanley arrival c.d.s. of ''1 OC/42'', clean vertical fold. Very rare, Heijtz notes seven known examples of this concessionary arrangement extended to women and children evacuated from Stanley as a precautionary measure. Ex Barton. Photo.
691 £180
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: 1943, an unusual censored cover correctly franked 3d. and addressed to Lagos, redirected to Cairo and thence to Khartoum, with May 30 Montevideo transit, resealed by P.C.90 label and ms. receiving (?) note ''18.11.43''. Photo.
692 £80
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: 1943 (May 6) censored envelope to the U.S.A. franked 3d. and resealed by Stanley censor label (84mm. inscription), carried on the ''Fitzroy'' with Montevideo May 13 transit datestamps on reverse, some peripheral wear. Ex Barton. Photo.
693 £250
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: On Active Service Mail: 1943 (May 22) stampless waterstained cover to Rotherham from a Lance Corporal in the West Yorks. Regt., countersigned at lower left, with violet crowned circle censor's cachet no. 4428, and unusually with two line violet cachet ''DAMAGED BY/SEA WATER'', flap resealed by part G.P.O. official brown label, pencil note on reverse identifies date of sending, the cover carried first by the ''Fitzroy'' to Montevideo before its subsequent misfortune. Ex Barton. Photo.
695 £1650
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: Privilege Mail: Stampless envelope addressed to Karl Lellman at Darwin, with superb strike of violet ''FELLOWSHIP of the BELLOWS/(bellows)/BLOW TO IT'' cachet, partially overstruck by Port Stanley type PS.2A c.d.s. ''C/13 JA/44'', and with and additional strike of the cachet on reverse, rare, only five such covers are known to exist. The Fellowship of the Bellows was formed in Argentina in 1940, the aim being to collect funds for the purchase of aircraft for the Royal Air Force and to ''raise the wind''. The idea quickly spread to other countries including the Falkland Islands, members undertaking to donate 1d. for each enemy aircraft shot down. Correspondence relating to these fundraising efforts was was permitted to be sent free of charge, the Rev. Gerry Lowe being the local administrator and holder of the handstamp. Photo.
696 £780
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: Airmails, 1944 to 1959, selection of envelopes, airletters, etc. variously rated, incl. some with local airmail labels (Mitchell types 1 (2), 3 and 6), 1944 (Aug. 18) first regular airmail, two envelopes (one registered with type 11 ''Fox Bay'' deleted registration label) to England bearing values to 2s.6d. (2), 1949 (Mar. 27) Fox Bay to London franked 3d. and 1s. pair, (May 10) whaling airmail envelope to Tnsberg with 1s. (2), (Nov. 15) Stanley-Fox Bay f.f.c. with cachet illustration, 1951 (Mar. 10) inland airmail with three line Government Air Service cachet, 1955 envelope and front to London bearing 1952 values to 10s., 1 (5), etc., mainly good to fine. (27 items) Ex Barton.
699 £100
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: 1946 envelope to London endorsed ''B.S.A.A.'' at top and with type B ''AIR MAIL'' label in blue at lower left, franked by 9d. and 1s. Photo.
700 £700
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: Overseas Air Letter Forms: 1946 (Dec. 17) Army air letter form W.3077 locally overprinted ''FALKLAND ISLANDS AND DEPENDENCIES'' in large type, franked by 1938-50 9d. and used from Mrs. H. Biggs to Leicester, scarce. Ex Barton. Photo.
701 £200
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: 1950 (Sept. 20) locally addressed envelope bearing Fourth printing 1 black and bright violet, tied by neat PS.3B c.d.s. Photo.
702 £150
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: 1950 (Sept. 30) airmail envelope registered to Oregon, bearing 5s. indigo and pale yellow-brown, well tied by fine PS.3B, with transit and Springfield Oct. 18 arrival backstamps. Photo.
703 | £80
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1960 to 1966, a selection, incl. unmounted mint set, 1/2d. complete sheet, some used, etc. (135).
704 £130
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1960-66 1/2d. to 1 set of fifteen, the 1/2d., 1d. and 2d. being De La Rue printings, all in blocks of four on five unaddressed envelopes, all marginal, the values to 1s. being corner plate blocks, the 5s. with Waterlow & Sons imprint, each block with fine central Fox Bay type FB.4 c.d.s. of ''4 FE/69''. Photo.
705 £480
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1960-66 1/2d. to 1 set, the 2s. being the De La Rue printing, in fine unounted mint corner blocks of four. S.G. 193-207. Photo.
706 | £110
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1960-66 1/2d. black and green, wmk. upright, De La Rue printing ''d'' July 1964, a complete unmounted mint sheet of sixty showing imprint, plate no.'s ''2_1'', locally endorsed ms. sheet counter no. ''424'' (identifying this sheet as one from this printing that was supplied to the islands), ''T-HRUSH'' (''H-flaw'') [R. 2/2] and the larger sheet margins characteristic of this printing, imperf. through margin at top and revealing engraved reference no. ''47770'' for the 1/2d. vignette plate 1 above sheet trimming guidelines, a few separated perfs. and bends, otherwise fine. S.G. 193a var., SH 123b, v1. See ''The Birds Definitives of the Falkland Islands 1960 to 1968'' by H.A. Osborne (F.I.P.S.G. Monograph no. 6, June 2000).
707 £320
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1960-66 2d., the lower six rows of the sheet from both De La Rue and Waterlow printings, the former with imprint, plate no.'s ''2 _1'', ms. sheet counter no. ''14'' and showing shoulder flaw [R. 8/4], substituted clich [R. 12/4] and weak entry [R. 12/5], the latter with imprint, and plate no.'s ''1_1'' but missing one stamp [R. 7/1], mainly fine unmounted mint. (59) S.G. 195, a, vars., SH 125a, b, v1-3.
708 £1850
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1964 Battle of the Falkland Islands 1s. with variety watermark inverted, unmounted mint from lower-right corner of sheet showing plate number, minor gum crease, otherwise fine and rare. S.G. 217w, cat. 1,800. Photo.
709 £6800
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1968 Human Rights Year 2d. variety yellow omitted (''1968'' white), exceptional upper right corner marginal block of six (3 x 2) with ''traffic lights'' (without yellow) in upper margin, fine unmounted mint with Derek Warboys handstamp in right margin, matching normal block for comparison. S.G. 228a, cat. 9,000+, SH 157 v1. Heijtz certificate (2008). Photo.
710 £900
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1968 Human Rights Year 2d. variety yellow omitted (''1968'' white), fine unmounted mint. S.G. 228a, cat. 1,500, SH 157 v1. Heijtz certificate (2008). Photo.
711 £300
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1968 Human Rights Year 2d. variety yellow (''1968'') partially omitted resulting from dry print, marginal from the right of the sheet, with matching set of four normals, fine unmounted mint and very scarce. S.G. 228 var., 228-31, to be listed as SH 157 v3. Heijtz certificate (2008). Photo.
712 | £110
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1968 Flowers set of fourteen (2) cancelled ''20 MR/69'', South Georgia 1963 set of fifteen (2) cancelled ''11 AP/69'', and B.A.T. 1963 set of fifteen (2) cancelled Signy Island ''AP 4/69'' used on six envelopes addressed to the Bishop of the Falkland Islands.
714 £200
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1970 Defence Force 6d. variety black double (due to litho offset), lightly hinged, fine and rare with used normal for comparison. S.G. 255 var., SH 184 v1. Photo.
715 £600
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1971 Decimal surcharges 5p. on 11/2d. error of surcharge at left and albino surcharge varieties, matching marginal examples from the left of the sheet, fine unmounted mint, the latter with [R. 9/1] positional pencil note on gum. S.G. 264a, c, cat. 730+, SH 193 v1, v3. Photo.
716 £320
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1971 Decimal Currency error of surcharge at left 5p. on 11/2d., very fine unmounted mint. S.G. 264a, cat. 600, SH 193 v1. Photo.
717 £1250
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1971 Decimal surcharges 5p. on 11/2d. error of surcharge at right, marginal from the left of the sheet, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 264b, cat 1,600, SH 193 v2. Photo.
718 | £50
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1972 Flowers, wmk. upright cylinder no. block of four, 1974 wmk. upright sheet no. (0321) block of eight and 2p. cylinder no. block of four, fine unmounted mint. SH 205b, 208b, 213a.
719 £120
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1974 1/2p. Dusty Miller, variety watermark upright inverted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 293w, cat. 300, SH 205b wmk1. Photo.
720 £130
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1974 1/2p. Dusty Miller, variety watermark upright inverted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 293w, cat. 300, SH 205b wmk1. Photo.
721 £720
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1978-82 Mail Ships without imprint date 3p. and 50p. both variety watermark Crown to right of CA, very fine unmounted mint. S.G. 333Aw, 343Aw, cat. 875, SH 257 wmk1, 267 wmk1. Photo.
722 £350
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1978 Mail Ships 3p., variety watermark Crown to right of CA, upper marginal, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 333Aw, cat. 400, SH 257 wmk1. Photo.
723 £850
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1978 Mail Ships 9p. lower right corner marginal vertical pair with part House of Questa imprint, imperf. between stamp and margin at foot, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 339A var., SH 263 v1. Photo.
724 £350
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1978 Mail Ships 50p., variety watermark Crown to right of CA, lower marginal with part House of Questa imprint, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 343Aw, cat. 475, SH 267 wmk1. Photo.
725 £220
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1979 Rowland Hill 25p., variety watermark Crown to left of CA, very fine unmounted mint from the lower left corner of the pane. S.G. 366w, cat. 300, SH 290 wmk1. Photo.
727 £150
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1980 Birds of Prey 11p., variety watermark Crown to left of CA, marginal from the right of the sheet, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 385w, cat. 375, SH 309 wmk1. Photo.
728 £150
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1980 Birds of Prey 25p., variety watermark Crown to left of CA, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 386w, cat. 450, SH 310 wmk1. Photo.
729 £350
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1981 Early Settlements 33p., variety watermark Crown to left of CA, very fine unmounted mint. S.G. 391w, cat. 400, SH 315 wmk1. Photo.
730 £420
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1981 Early Settlements 33p., variety watermark Crown to left of CA, marginal from the left of the sheet, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 391w, cat. 400, SH 315 wmk1. Photo.
731 £110
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1981 Farm Animals 11p. and 25p. both variety watermark Crown to right of CA, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 393w, cat. 310, SH ???. Photo.
732 £210
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1981 Farm Animals 11p. and 25p., both variety watermark Crown to right of CA, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 393w, 394w, cat. 310, SH 317 wmk1, 318 wmk1.
733 £620
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1981 Early Maps 10p., variety watermark Crown to right of CA, marginal from the right of the sheet with plate no.'s, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 397w, cat. 375, SH 321 wmk1. Photo.
735 £700
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1982 Darwin 34p., variety pale brown (background to side panels) omitted, lower marginal with House of Questa imprint, unmounted mint, fine with matching normal for comparison. S.G. 425a, cat. 1,100, SH 349 v1. Photo.
736 £190
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1982 Darwin 34p., single example showing major shift of pale brown to left, also vertical pair showing double (misplaced) horizontal perforations between, unmounted mint, the latter with rivial bend, otherwise fine. S.G. 425vars., SH 349 v2, v3. Photo.
737 £110
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1982 Birds 5p. imperforate with watermark, lower left corner marginal horizontal pair with ''traffic light'' 1C cylinder numbers, one or two very minor bends, otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. 433 var., SH 372 v1. Photo.
738 £110
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1982 Birds 13p. imperforate with watermark, lower left corner marginal horizontal pair with ''traffic light'' 1C cylinder numbers, one or two very minor bends, otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. 435 var., SH 374 v1. Photo.
739 £110
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1982 Birds 17p. imperforate with watermark, a horizontal pair, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 436 var., SH 375 v1. Photo.
740 £200
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1982 Birds 25p. imperforate with watermark, a horizontal pair, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 437 var., SH 376 v1. Photo.
741 £420
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1986 Centenary of Arrival of S.S. ''Great Britain'' 24p., lower left corner marginal block of four with cylinder numbers and ''traffic lights'', showing dramatic shift of design to left, unmounted mint with a few very trivial bends. S.G. 528 var., SH 466 v1. Photo.
742 £550
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1986 Centenary of Arrival of S.S. ''Great Britain'' 29p., lower right corner marginal block of four with cylinder numbers and ''traffic lights'', showing dramatic shift of design to right, unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 529 var., SH 467 v1. Photo.
743 £120
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1986 Centenary of Arrival of S.S. ''Great Britain'' miniature sheet showing major upward shift (approx. 3mm.) of overprint, unmounted mint, normal for comparison, fine and very scarce. S.G. MS531 var., SH M8 var.. Photo.
744 £130
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1986 Centenary of Arrival of S.S. ''Great Britain'' miniature sheet showing dramatic misplacement of vertical perforations at right (approx. 3mm.) of overprint, unmounted mint, fine and scarce. S.G. MS531 var., SH M8 v1. Photo.
745 | £250
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: Covers and Cancellations: An accumulation of approx. 300 covers etc. from 1971 to the late 1980's, incl. airmail and seamail frankings, some registered, internal, mainly commercial, many addressed to Bishop Tucker and family, etc., fair to fine.
746 | £150
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: Cancellations and Covers: An accumulation of mainly modern covers in a small carton many from the Philatelic Bureau to London, some with G.B. postage dues, 1953 O.H.M.S. envelope from Graham Land to the Governor bearing Dependencies Coronation 1d. (6) and signed on reverse by five members of the Argentine Islands survey team, f.d.c.'s, also Dependencies 1944-45 sets mint, etc., mainly good to fine.
747 £130
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: Cancellations and Covers: A small selection of items, comprising 1956 (Nov. 18) envelope to Surrey franked 1d. and with scarce ''H.M.W./T STATION/FALKLAND ISLANDS'' cachet in violet on reverse, also 1957-59, four telegram forms: one unused, the others from the Admin Officer, Government House to the Colonial Secretary in London, from H.M.S. ''Protector'' to the Governor in Stanley and from the Governor to South Georgia. (4 items)
748 | £110
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: Cancellations and Covers: An accumulation of approx. 90 mainly stampless O.H.M.S. covers, locally addressed, from 1957 to the 1990's, with a good range of departmental cachets, fair to fine, also F.I.P.S.G. monograph no. 2 by Frank Mitchell (1993).
749 | £150
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: Cancellations and Covers: 1963 (Feb. 9) two O.H.M.S. envelopes registered airmail to the Crown Agents in London, one franked by Birds. 10s. and 1s.3s. paying 55gm. registered rate, the other sent Second Class with usual clipped corner, franked by 5s. and 1s. paying 75gm. rate, both covers with adhesive tape stains and foreshortened at right for display.
750 £50
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: Cancellations and Covers: 1972 (May 22) window envelope containing original insurance renewal form, showing fine PS.3D c.d.s. and scarce ''FALKLAND ISLANDS Co. LTD/PORT STANLEY' double ring oval provisional cachet in red, and backstamped Company straight line handstamp in violet.
752 | £400
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: Cancellations and Covers: An accumulation of approx. 250 stampless O.H.M.S. covers and other material, locally addressed, mainly from the 1980's and 1990's with privilege mail incl. Falkland Islands Co. provisional cachet on 1972 window envelope, Red Cross type III cachet (1978) on front, departmental cachets official and diplomatic mail from Government House and some ephemera, mainly good to fine. Ex Marsden.
754 £2400
Falkland Islands: Collections: A mainly mint Q.V. to Q.E.II collection on leaves, incl. 1898 2s.6d. and 5s., 1904-12, 1912-20, 1921-28 sets, 1929-37 Whale & Penguin 1/2d. to 1 set with extra 10s., 1933 Centenary 1/2d. to 1 set, 1938-50 to 1, etc., varied condition. (203). Photo.
755 | £750
Falkland Islands: Collections: A mint and used collection in three albums, incl. 1878-79 6d. and 1s. mint, 1891-1902 6d. mint (2, one watermark reversed), 1898 2s.6d. deep blue unused, 1904-12 3s. (2) and 5s. used, 1912-20 to 10s. mint with additional 5s. deep rose-red overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', 1921-28 1/2d. to 3s. mint, 1927 registered cover from South Georgia to England, franked by 2d. and 21/2d. blocks of four and 1s. pair, 1929-36 to 5s. mint, 1933 Centenary to 1s., 1938-50 to 1 mint, 1948 Silver Wedding set mint and used on cover, 1952 1/2d. to 1 set mint, good range of later issues to 2000, Dependencies with South Georgia 1963-69 set unmounted mint, etc. (100's).
756 | £650
Falkland Islands: Collections: A very varied accumulation in three albums and loose with South Georgia 1977 Silver Jubilee 11p. and Dependencies 1982 Rebuilding Fund 1+1 both wmk. Crown to right of CA, B.A.T. 1979 Penguins blocks of four, an extensive range of mainly K.G.V to Q.E.II covers and cards, commercial and philatelic incl. 1941 (July 7) f.d.c., privilege mail with Red Cross (two, 1971) and Falkland Island Co. (1972) cachets , airmails, postal stationery incl. 1893 1d.+1d. reply card overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', 1913 letter card and 1960 1d. postcard (2) and 1d.+1d. reply card (3) unused, type 3b formula registered envelope used 1940 (one adhesive removed), ephemera, some fakes incl. Silver Wedding 21/2d. on cover with PS.3A c.d.s.'s of ''1 DE/33'' (!), Dependencies incl. 1949 cover bearing Map set of nine (4d. Thick), B.A.T. 1963 to 1 on 1967 Halley Bay cover, etc., mostly good to fine. Ex Marsden.
757 | £420
Falkland Islands: Collections: A Q.V. to Q.E.II collection in one stockbook and on stockleaves, incl. black Frank forgeries on five papers, 1878-79 no wmk. 4d., 6d., 1s., 1887 1d. and 4d. with watermark letters, 4d. (2), 1891 1d., 1891-1902 1/2d. (13), 1d. (20), 2d. (2), 21/2d. (10, one wmk. reversed), 4d. (7), 6d., 9d. and 1s. (2), later with duplication incl. 1938-50 to 2s.6d. (6), 5s. (2), 10s. (2), 1 (2), 1948 Silver Wedding, used, etc., mostly good to fine.
759 | £580
Falkland Islands: Collections: A K.G.VI to Q.E.II mainly used selection in a stockbook, with some multiples, duplication, shades and printings, incl. 1938-50 to 5s. (6), 10s. (5), 1 (2) incl. 1944 printing 9d. and 1s. (both with Belfield opinion, 2008), 1952 to 10s. (9, incl. a block of eight, 1 (9, incl. a block of seven) also 10s. and 1 unmounted mint irregular strips of three, 1960-66 1 block of eight on piece (creased), Dependencies with Thin Maps mint, etc., mainly good to fine.
760 | £600
Falkland Islands: Collections: A Q.V. to K.G.V collection in a red stockbook, incl. 1878-79 6d. (2) used, 1s. mint, 1887 4d. unused (3), 1889 4d. apparently imperf. used, extensive range of 1891-1902 shades mint, unused or used to 4d. (43, incl. mint and used strips of three), 6d. (16), 9d. (20, incl. a strip of four), 1s. (9), 1904-12 to 1s. (2), 1912-20 to 1s. (10), 1918-20 ''WAR STAMP'' overprints, 1921-28 to 1s. (4), 1933 Centenary to 1s., etc. in varied condition.
762 | £220
Falkland Islands: Collections: A Q.E.II mint collection in a Simplex De-Luxe album, incl. 1955-57 and 1960-66 sets, 1962 Radio 2s. (marginal unmounted) and 1966 Churchill 2s. both wmk. inverted, 1968 to 1 (3), 1971 surcharges with 1p. on 11/2d. albino surcharge (unmounted), 1972 set, 1975 Coinage wmk. Crown to right of CA (corner marginal unmounted), later issues from 1978 onward in gutter pairs, booklets, etc. to 1985, mainly fine.
763 | £400
Falkland Islands: Collections: An accumulation of mainly Q.E.II f.d.c.'s in three cover albums and loose contained in a carton, some duplication (most with two of each), from 1949 U.P.U. incl. 1973 surcharges cancelled Fox Bay, South Georgia & Sandwich Is. from 1972 Shackleton, etc. to 2004, British Antarctic Territory from 1966 Churchill to 2005 incl. 1998 Birds definitives incl. ''British Antarctic Terri'' error, etc., mainly fine.
764 | £210
Falkland Islands: Collections: An accumulation with some duplication in a stockbook, incl. 1933 Centenary to 4d. (3), 1938-50 to 2s.6d.(4), 5s. (4) used, 1955-57 set, used (2), Dependencies 1954-62 set mint (unmounted except 10s.), also some K.U.T., Netherlands, Vatican, etc., poor to fine.
765 | £210
Falkland Islands: Collections: A mint K.G.V selection with shades, duplication and a range of multiples, incl. 1912-20 to 1s. (2), 3s., 5s. red, 1918-20 ''WAR STAMP'' overprints with 1/2d. yellow-green (1919) corner block of six (a few tone spots), and 1921-28 to 1s. (7, incl. a corner block of four), 3s. (marginal unmounted, mainly good to fine. (168)
767 | £170
Falkland Islands: Collections: An early to modern selection of postcards, mainly unused, incl. Heyburn AC-1-ac, AC-2-acz (used with Whale & Penguin 1/2d., 1d. to London), AR-4-ar, AR-18-ar, AW-9-aw, AW-10-aw, AW-11-aw, G-3-g, with range of ship cards incl. P.S.N.Co. issues, ''Orcoma'', ''Orita'' (2), ''Oronsa'', ''Oropesa'' (4), later with some reproductions, fair to fine. (48) Ex Marsden.
769 | £85
Falkland Islands: Collections: A selection from 1929 to 1952, incl. 1952 1/2d. to 1 sets mint and used, etc., good to fine. (77).
770 | £55
Falkland Islands: Collections: A small selection of six items of incoming mail from 1909 to 1953, incl. 1953 airmail to Port Stanley bearing G.B. 2s.6d,, also five early greetings cards, poor to good.
772 | £90
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: 1913 1d. envelope type I unused, 1d. letter card and 2d. registered envelope size F unused, 1928 type III envelope unused and used locally in 1937, mostly fine. (5 items). Ex Barton.
773 £450
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: 1932 1d. envelope, rare type IV envelope used locally to the Chief Storekeeper of the Falkland Islands Co. in 1937 (slight imperfections). Ex Barton. Photo.
774 £260
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: 1938 1d. envelope, examples overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', unused, locally used 1946 (Sept. 20) to Darwin with three line Estate Louis Williams cachet alongside, used to London 1947 (July 21) carried at surface rate on the ''Fitzroy'', mainly fine. (4 items) Ex Barton.
775 £260
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: 1938 1d. letter card, examples unused and neatly cancelled ''30 JY/51'' addressed to Kent, fine. (2 items) Ex Barton.
776 £90
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: 1938 4d. registered envelope type I, size G, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine. SH cat. 300. Ex Barton. Photo.
777 £210
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: 1938 4d. registered envelope type I, size G, neatly cancelled ''24 JA/40'' and used to Lennards Ltd. of Bristol, carried on the ''Lafonia''. Ex Barton. Photo.
778 £240
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: 1938 4d. registered envelope type I, size H and 1945 4d. registered envelope type II, size H, mainly fine unused. (2 items) Ex Barton.
779 £120
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: 1938 1d. postcard, examples overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', unused and locally used ''19 DE/53'' with 1953 Coronation 1d., 1d.+1d. reply card overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine. (4 items) Ex Barton.
781 £750
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: Formula Registered Envelopes: 1902 (June 24) to the U.S.A. franked by 4d. and 6d. with London Aug. 20 transit alongside and Boston Aug. 31 arrival backstamp, probably carried on the ''Orellana''. Fine example of the Colonial Secretary's Office red wax seal on reverse. Perkins A.5, one of only six known and the earliest date. Photo.
782 £520
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: Formula Registered Envelopes: 1902 (Oct. 15) to Humberside franked by 1895 1s. grey-brown paying 5oz. rate + registration, tied by F.4A c.d.s., carried on the ''Iberia'' and with red London Nov. 12 transit and Hull same day backstamps, very minor creasing. Perkins A.3, one of only six known. Photo.
783 £750
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: Formula Registered Envelopes: 1909 (July 12) to Scotland franked by 1d. strip of three and unusually showing ''2d.'' inserted by ms. in ''FEE _PAID'', carried on the ''Oropesa'' and with Edinburgh arrival of Aug. 8. Perkins B.1(a). Ex Barton. Photo.
785 £95
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: Formula Registered Envelopes: 1921 (Jan. 20) to Manchester, bearing marginal 6d. (commonly used by P.O. staff when fulfilling stamp orders), tied by type PS.1B c.d.s. with ''20'' for ''21'' error of year date with red London transit alongside, carried on the Bogota'', slight staining. Perkins B.1(b). Ex Barton. Photo.
786 £190
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: Formula Registered Envelopes: 1929 (Oct. 5) to England and 1930 (Jan. 29) to the U.S.A., two envelopes, both franked Whale & Penguin 6d. and with Walsall (Dec. 4) and New York (Apr. 5) arrival datestamps, the former routed via South Georgia, the latter carried on the ''Orduna''. Perkins D.1, two shades. Ex Barton. Photo.
787 £230
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: Formula Registered Envelopes: 1934 (Jan. 5) to Milwaukee and 1937 (Jan. 8) to Ontario, both carried on the ''Lafonia'', the former franked by Whale & Penguin 2d. and 4d. with Chicago Feb. 12 transit, the latter with the 4d. only and Guelph Feb. 5 arrival. Perkins D.9, E.5. Ex Barton.
788 £160
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: Formula Registered Envelopes: 1937 (May 12) to Scotland bearing Coronation 1/2d., 1d. pair and 21/2d. paying 1-2oz. registered rate and with fine PS.1A first day cancellations, carried on the ''Lafonia'' with Rutherglen June 17 arrival on resealing tape. Perkins E.4. Ex Barton. Photo.
789 £200
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: Formula Registered Envelopes: 1937 (Oct. 25) to Los Angeles franked Whale & Penguin 1s., carried on the ''Fitzroy'' with fine strike of re-used ''(crown)/REGISTERED'' and additional sealing tape overstruck by New York Dec. 7 transits. Perkins E.5. Ex Barton. Photo.
790 £260
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: Formula Registered Envelopes: 1939 (Mar. 8) to Bermuda franked by 1938-50 4d. grey-black and dull purple with vignette misplaced to left. Perkins F.3a. Photo.
791 £110
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: Formula Registered Envelopes: Perkins F.3A, two examples, one used 1939 (July 26) to Birmingham with 21/2d. (2) paying 1-2oz. registered rate, the other unused but with 4d. (Second ptg.) affixed, Perkins F.3B used 1941 (July 14) to Scotland bearing first day of use 1d. and 2d. new designs and colours (3d. has been removed, its position overstruck by Rutherglen Nov. 17 arrival). (3 items) Ex Barton. Photo.
792 £190
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: Formula Registered Envelopes: 1940 (Feb. 19) to the U.S.A. bearing 5s. blue and chestnut (crossing flap) with Boston Apr. 15 arrival below. Perkins F.3b. Photo.
793 £220
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: Formula Registered Envelopes: 1942 (Feb. 5) to Oregon, bearing 1d., 2d. (2), 3d. and 4d. paying 1s. for 4oz. rate and with scarce type 10 registration label, transit and Mar. 18 arrival backstamps. Only 32 Port Stanley covers recorded with this label, this the earliest date. Perkins F.3b. Photo.
794 £190
Falkland Islands: Fox Bay: 1927 (Oct. 12) Foreign rate envelope to California franked by 1/2d. single and 1d. marginal pair tied by two superb strikes of FB.1 c.d.s. Ex Barton. Photo.
795 £550
Falkland Islands: New Island: 1902 1d. orange-red showing large part strike of the ''FALKLAND/ISLANDS'' double ring with manuscript inscription ''(N)EW IS/(?).8.09'' inserted by the Postmaster, Arthur Kirwan. SH N.1. Photo.
796 £120
Falkland Islands: Outlying Residents Postage Due: Howard Clement, Roy Cove: 1904-12 1d. vermilion with part strike of ''BERTRAND (& FELTON)/ROY (COVE/FALKLAND ISLANDS)'' violet oval handstamp, mint, trivial vertical bend at right, otherwise fine. Photo.
797 £300
Falkland Islands: Outlying Residents Postage Due: Jason Hansen, Carcass Island: 1891-1902 1d. orange-red, scarce used example with manuscript ''Carcass'' and part c.d.s., slight imperfections. Ex Barton. Photo.
798 £720
Falkland Islands: Whaling Mail: 1913 (Oct. 6) envelope with printed heading of the Norwegian Seamen's Church at North Shields, endorsed on flap originating from the Godthull base on South Georgia and carried to England, entering into the mail at North Shields franked by G.B. 1d. pair and 1/2d. single, scarce. Ex Barton. Photo.
800 £170
Falkland Islands: Whaling Mail: 1928 (Oct. 29) envelope to Tnsberg franked by 21/2d. in the ''Prussian blue'' shade (mint steel-blue included for comparison), tied by SG2 c.d.s., vertical filing fold well clear of adhesive, carried on the barque ''Tljuca'' to Buenos Aires which departed on the 30th laden with whale oil, guano and nine bags of mail. Ex ''Stanley'' collection. R.P.S. certificate (1967)
801 £130
Falkland Islands: Whaling Mail: 1930 (Oct. 11) envelope registered to Buenos Aires, sent (endorsement on flap) by a member of the ''Cia. Arg. de Pesca'' at the ''Estacion Gritviken'', franked by Whale & Penguin 21/2d. pair with registration label and ms. markings but undelivered, arriving Oct. 21 but returning via London with return cachets etc. Ex Barton. Photo.
802 | £80
Falkland Islands: Whaling Mail: 1935 Silver Jubilee 1d. and 21/2d. cancelled by South Georgia SG4 ''22 FE/36'' c.d.s. on whaler's cover from H. Hagerup-Henriksen on the ''Shusa'' (catching in 1935/36 for the factory ship ''Salvestria'') to Norway, a few perf. imperfections, etc., Sandefjord and Tnsberg machine markings on reverse. S.G. 139, 140.
803 £280
Falkland Islands: Whaling Mail: 1945 (Dec. 15), a very scarce envelope to Oslo (redirected within the city) from the first season after World War II, franked by Overprint 1/2d., 2d. and 3d. tied by SG6 c.d.s.'s in violet and unusually resealed by Norwegian currency control label, slight cover creasing and vertical fold clear of adhesives. Photo.
804 £110
Falkland Islands: Whaling Mail: 1946 incoming cover from Norway, despatched from Larvik on Dec. 2 addressed to Husvik Harbour and endorsed per the S/S ''Southern Collins'' via Messrs Salvesen. A scarce item from the second season after World War II. Ex Barton. Photo.
805 £160
Falkland Islands: Whaling Mail: 1948 (Apr. 6) envelope to Tnsberg franked Dependencies Thick Map 1d. strip of three paying correct seamail rate, cancelled SG7 (early) and with machine arrival of May 10 on reverse. Ex Barton. Photo.
806 £420
Falkland Islands: Whaling Mail: 1948 O.H.M.S. ''Discovery'' Investigations envelope to London sent and endorsed on flap by Robert Clarke, Whaling Inspector on board the Salvesen & Co. factory ship ''Southern Harvester'', bearing Dependencies Thick Map 1d. cancelled on arrival by Liverpool machine paquebot of Apr. 30. Ex Barton. Photo.
807 £320
Falkland Islands: 1943-45 Operation Tabarin: Graham Land: 1944 (Nov. 11) war economy envelope from L. (Chippy) Ashton, carpenter at Port Lockroy, to Manchester, franked at double rate by Graham Land 2d., cancelled A1, initialled at lower left overstamped by naval tombstone censor, Port Stanley Dec. 15 transit backstamp, slightly trimmed at right, flap sealed by adhesive tape, scarce. Photo.
808 £260
Falkland Islands: 1943-45 Operation Tabarin: South Shetlands: 1944 (Dec. 5) picture postcard ''Cutting up Whale Carcasses'' (Heyburn AK-1-ak) addressed to Terence Binnie in Stanley, franked on picture side by type B3 c.d.s., backstamped Dec. 15 arrival, scarce 3rd mail from the first season. Photo.
809 £150
Falkland Islands: 1943-45 Operation Tabarin: South Shetlands: 1944 (Dec. 5) envelope registered to Kent bearing South Shetlands set with additional 1/2d. and bearing scarce type 11A (''NEW ISLAND'' erased) registration label, an attractive cover with Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School coat of arms on flap. Ex Belfield. Photo.
810 £120
Falkland Islands: 1943-45 Operation Tabarin: South Shetlands: 1945 (Jan. 28) envelope registered to South Australia, bearing South Shetlands 1d., 3d., 6d. and 9d. with Sydney registration label (handstamped in red), the only known example of such usage, affixed over June 4 c.d.s., backstamped Stanley (Feb. 16) and Adelaide (June 6) transit and next day Parkside arrival datestamps. Ex Belfield. Photo.
811 | £600
Falkland Islands Dependencies: A collection on leaves, incl.1944-45 Overprint sets mint and used on covers (three incomplete), 6d. blue-black centres in unmounted mint blocks of four and mint singles, range of Map varieties with Thin Maps in imprint blocks (less 21/2d.), mixed Maps sets of nine cancelled Argentine Islands on two 1954 covers, 1954-62 set unmounted mint and used (1s. mint), South Georgia 1963-69 set unmounted mint (1 penguin in block of four), 1971-76 surcharges in unmounted mint blocks of four, 1977 Silver Jubilee 11p. wmk. Crown to right of CA unmounted mint, etc., mainly fine. (approx. 320)
812 | £70
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1944-45 Overprints, Graham Land, South Georgia (2) and South Orkneys (2) sets on covers.
813 £170
Falkland Islands Dependencies: Sledge Mail, 1946 Thick Map set on envelope addressed to Base ''R'' on Coronation Island endorsed ''BY SLEDGE'' and cancelled by South Orkneys type H1 c.d.s.'s with ms. note ''Delivered 6/9/50'', the 2d. additionally showing ''extra island'' at right. Photo.
814 £250
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1946 Thick Maps 1/2d., 1d., 2d. and 3d. horizontal pairs, all cancelled central South Georgia ''20 SEP 1946'' violet SG6 c.d.s., the left stamp in each showing variety ''extra island'' [Pl. 1, R. 3/9], fine, also 6d. single (one or two shortish perfs. at top) showing the variety, tied to piece by ''MR 17/48'' c.d.s. (9) S.G. G1, aa-G4, aa, G6aa., cat. 900+. Photo.
817 £2000
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1948-49 Thin Map 2d., variety map printed double, upper right corner marginal mint block of four, lightly toned area in right margin, one or two natural gum blemishes but hinged in margins only. A most attractive and unique item, there being just one sheet affected. S.G. G11 var., SH 46 v1. B.P.A. certificate (1955). Photo.
818 £500
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1948-49 Thin Map 4d., variety map printed double, a very lightly hinged example additionally missing vertical perf. pins at top, fine. S.G. G13 var., SH 49 v1. Photo.
819 | £80
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1954-62 1/2d. to 1 mint, 2s. to 1 unmounted, also British Antarctic Territory 1963-69 1 Endurance unmounted mint. (16).
820 £80
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1958 (Jan. 3) envelope to the Radio Research Station at Ditton Park bearing Expedition overprint set tied by International Geophysical Expedition c.d.s.'s (type IGY) with scarce ''ROYAL SOCIETY BASE/HALLEY BAY'' cachet below. Photo.
821 £230
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1981 Plants 3p. Magellanic Clubmoss, variety black and red printed double, fine unmounted mint with normal for comparison. S.G. 89 var., SH 163 v1. Photo.
822 £520
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1981 Plants 7p. with variety watermark inverted, very fine unmounted mint from top-left corner of sheet showing traffic lights. S.G. 91w, cat. 600. Photo.
823 £1600
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1981 Plants 15p. Brown Rush, showing the rare variety light brown (Queen's Head and territory inscription) omitted, fine unmounted mint with normal for comparison. S.G. 93a, SH 167 v1. Photo.
824 £400
Falkland Islands Dependencies: Graham Land: 1944-45 Overprint 1/2d. blue-black and green, used, fine. S.G. A1a, cat. 600. Photo.
825 £350
Falkland Islands Dependencies: Graham Land: 1944-45 Overprint 1/2d. blue-black and green, used, fine. S.G. A1a, cat. 600. Heijtz certificate (1998). Photo.
826 £60
Falkland Islands Dependencies: Graham Land: Two home-made postcards hand illustrated by Karl Lellman, one depicting a map of the Southern seas and bearing Overprint 4d. cancelled type A1 c.d.s. of ''10 FEB 1946'' in violet, the other with Adlie penguin and Thick Map 2d. cancelled ''14 APR 1947'', attractive.
827 £520
Falkland Islands Dependencies: Graham Land: Overseas Air Letter Forms: 1946 (Dec. 4) Army air letter form W.3077 locally overprinted ''FALKLAND ISLANDS AND DEPENDENCIES'' in small type, bearing Overprinted 9d. and Thick Map 9d. (an apparent overpayment but commonly seen) from Hope Bay Base D to London with neat type D1 c.d.s. in blue and Stanley Feb. 6 transit. Ex Barton. Photo.
828 £130
Falkland Islands Dependencies: Graham Land: 1947 (Jan. 7) envelope registered to Hampshire and redirected within the county, franked by Thick Map 4d. pair and 1d. cancelled by Port Lockroy Base A type A1 c.d.s.'s in violet and with registration label and Feb. 7 transit datestamp added in Stanley, slight mainly peripheral wear. Ex Barton. Photo.
829 £230
Falkland Islands Dependencies: Graham Land: Home-made postcard, hand illustrated by Karl Lellman, depicting the ''Scorseby'' and bearing Thin Map set of nine cancelled ''22 MAR 1949'', attractive. Photo.
830 £70
Falkland Islands Dependencies: Graham Land: Two airletters to London, franked Trans-Antarctic Expedition 6d., one cancelled fine ''57/23 MR'' Base O (Danco Coast) type O1 c.d.s. with year date and asterisk inverted error, slight stains, the other by fine Base J (Prospect Point) type J2 c.d.s. of ''MR 12/58''.
831 £500
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1928 21/2d. on 2d. provisional surcharge, a used example, fine. S.G. 115, cat. 1,100. A.P.S. certificate (1977). Photo.
832 £1400
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1928 21/2d. on 2d. provisional surcharge, vertical pair from the foot of the sheet, used on official envelope registered 1929 (Feb. 14) to Government House in Stanley, some slight cover staining, also the accompanying registered postal packet receipt confirming the cover self-addressed by the Governor, Sir Arnold Hodson. B.P.A. certificate (1970). Photo.
833 £120
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1929 (Mar. 18) envelope registered to California and franked 6d. tied by SG1 c.d.s. with May 1 London transit and May 14 arrival bacckstamps. Photo.
834 £160
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1932 envelope to Rotherham bearing unaccepted G.B. 1/2d. pair obliterated by dumb cancellations on arrival, with fine South Georgia SG2 ''FE 29/32'' c.d.s. with misshapen ''3'', ms. ''T/20c'' and handstruck ''1D/I.S.'' due markings and G.B. 1d. due affixed and cancelled, vertical filing fold well clear of adhesives. Ex Neild. Photo.
835 £180
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1938-50, six envelopes incl. 1938 (Mar. 30) registered f.d.c. to Karl Lellman bearing 1/2d. block of four (with sheet no.) and 2d., 1949 (locally addressed) and 1950 (registered to Birmingham) covers showing continuing use of high value after the introduction of Dependencies issues, etc. Ex Barton.
836 £180
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1938 (Apr. 8) official envelope registered to Kent, bearing 1938-50 First printing 5s. blue and chestnut tied by SG1 c.d.s., attractive. Photo.
837 £380
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1945 (Jan. 5) censored envelope to Halifax, Nova Scotia, franked by Overprint 1d., resealed in Stanley by type a ''Opened by Censor.'' (84mm.) label and sender's identification ''2G W. Schrder'' on flap. Photo.
840 £950
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1972 Shackleton 11/2p. variety imperforate, block of four, marginal from the left of the sheet [R. 7/1-8/2], unmounted mint, fine and rare. Just one sheet of fifty discovered. S.G. 32 var., SH 109 v1. Heijtz certificate (2003). Photo.
841 £650
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1977-78 50p. on 10s. variety wmk. inverted, in a fine unmounted mint block of four. S.G. 66 w., SH 140 var. Photo.
842 £650
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1977-78 50p. on 10s. variety wmk. inverted, in a fine unmounted mint block of four. S.G. 66 var., SH 140 var. Photo.
843 £650
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1977-78 50p. on 10s. variety wmk. inverted, in a fine unmounted mint block of four. S.G. 66 var., SH 140 var. Photo.
844 £650
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1977-78 50p. on 10s. variety wmk. inverted, in a fine unmounted mint block of four, marginal from the left of the sheet. S.G. 66 var., SH 140 var. Photo.
845 £130
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1979 Cook 25p., lower left corner marginal with cylinder numbers, variety embossing omitted, with matching normal for comparison, both unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 73 var., SH 147 v1. Photo.
846 £130
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1979 Cook 25p., variety embossing omitted, with normal for comparison, unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 73 var., SH 147 v1. Photo.
847 £140
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Orkneys: 1945 (Feb. 12) censored registered cover to California resealed by clear label (20003), bearing South Orkneys overprinted 1/2d. to 1s. set of eight tied by C1 c.d.s.'s and with scarce ''(Fox Bay)'' deleted type 11 registration label at foot (overlapping), transit and arrival backstamps. For similar from South Shetlands, see lot 2566, Grosvenor sale May 18 2007). Photo.
848 £150
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Orkneys: 1946 (Feb. 2) envelope to Manchester bearing 1938-50 Second printing 2s.6d., 5s. (indigo and yellow-brown), 10s. and 1 tied by type C2 c.d.s.'s in violet, backstamped Port Stanley Feb. 21 transit. B.P.A. certificate (1984). Photo.
849 £400
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Shetlands: 1915 (Dec. 16) ''Wilson'' envelope registered to Birmingham with 6d. and 1s. tied by very fine complete and part Deception Island oval datestamps (B1) in violet and with London transit and May 5 arrival backstamps. Photo.
851 £200
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Shetlands: 1929 (Mar. 5) neat envelope registered to Kent, franked by 1d. (2), 2d. cancelled by two fair to good strikes of type B2 c.d.s., one strike partially overlapped by Stanley registration label (Leppard 6B), carried on the ''Fleurus'' and then the ''Orita'' with Port Stanley Apr. 30 and Liverpool May 27 transit backstamps. Photo.
852 £160
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Shetlands: 1929 (Nov. 25) envelope registered to Devon bearing Whale & Penguin 2d. single and 21/2d. block of four tied by fine strikes of type B c.d.s., carried on the ''William Scoresby'' to Stanley where registration label added and thence on the ''Orduna'' with Mar. 29 arrival backstamps. Ex Barton. Photo.
853 £140
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Shetlands: 1929 (Nov. 25) envelope to Devon, franked by Whale & Penguin 1d. (seen only during 1929-30 and 1930-31 seasons) tied by fine B2 c.d.s., carried on the ''Fleurus'' and the ''Bogota'', very slight soiling. Photo.
854 | £85
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Shetlands: 1944-45 set with violet cancellations on front of panoramic postcard (General View of Factory Bay, Heyburn AK-2-akz), also set used on cover and five other covers.
855 £60
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Shetlands: 1944 (Dec. 5) panoramic postcard (General View of Factory Bay, Heyburn AK-2-akz) bearing Overprinted 2d. tied by type B3 c.d.s. in violet, addressed to Les Hardy and with Dec. 15 arrival c.d.s.; 1949 (Jan. 22) envelope to Stanley from Dick Wallin, franked by Map 1d. paying internal rate, tied by type B5 c.d.s. in black. (2 items) Ex Barton.
856 £80
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Shetlands: 1956 (Dec. 14) envelope to Portsmouth with ''MAILED FROM/HUNTING AEROSURVEY'S/BASE, DECEPTION IS/SOUTH SHETLANDS'' cachet and bearing Trans-Antarctic Expedition set tied by type B6 c .d.s.'s. Photo.
857 £70
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Shetlands: 1957 (Dec. 10) airmail envelope to Essex from John Paisley at Base B, bearing Dependencies 1954 21/2d., 9d. and Expedition overprint 3d., to pay 1s. airmail rate + 21/2d. surface mail to Stanley, tied by two fine strikes of Deception Island type B6 c.d.s.
858 £90
Antarctica: Belgian Antarctic Expedition 1897-99, Nels of Brussels picture postcards of the ''Belgica'' at night, the ''Belgica'' in the river Scheldt, and a sounding on the pack ice, all unused, collecting snow and the bridge of the ''Belgica'', both used within Belgium in 1901 and 1903 respectively, good to fine. (5) Wharton AA-2, 3, 4, 8 & 10.
861 £130
Antarctica: Swedish South Polar Expedition 1901-04, picture postcard of the ''Antarctic'', used 1899 (Sept. 12) with railway c.d.s., used locally to Kuffstein, slight imperfections but a scarce card of the vessel, sunk in 1903. Photo.
863 £45
Antarctica: Swedish South Polar Expedition 1901-04, La Nacin picture postcard (1903) of the ''Uruguay'' leaving Buenos Aires on her rescue mission, unused, good condition for this. Wharton XLN-16
876 £150
Antarctica: French Antarctic Expedition 1903-05, Jougla of Paris picture postcard of ''Le Franais'' with ms. notes ''Expedicin Francesa/al Polo Sur'', ''La reparacin en el/digue de carenor/Buenos Aires/30 /11-03'' and postally used to a member of the Argentine Legation in London, corner bends and slight soiling but scarce. Wharton FI-9 (illustrated on p. 126). Ex Marsden. Photo.
883 £260
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, incoming National Bank of New Zealand envelope from Christchurch Dec. 31 1907, franked 1s. and addressed to ''Francis Drake Esq/King Edward VII Land'' and endorsed ''per Nimrod'' with red Christchurch Unclaimed octagon of ''11 MAR 1908'', and backstamped Lyttelton Jan. 1 and, unusually, Br. Antarctic Exped. c.d.s. of ''FE 3/08'', very scarce, it being said that Shackleton fed most fictitiously named mail to the penguins. Photo.
884 £500
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, incoming envelope from Invercargill Nov. 29 1908, franked 1/2d. pair and addressed to ''King Edward VII Land/South Pole'' and endorsed ''Per Nimrod''with violet two line cachet ''NOT KNOWN AT/KING ED-V11 LAND'' and red Christchurch Unclaimed octagon of ''9-DEC 1908'', backstamped Lyttelton Dec. 1, Christchurch Dec. 2 and finally pink Dead Letter Office c.d.s. of Dec. 23, very scarce. Photo.
886 £500
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13, Captain Lawrence Oates, 1902 (Mar. 15) six page autograph letter written by Oates to his mother in Essex whilst serving with Rimington's Column at Heilbron during the Anglo-Boer War, having been promoted to Lieutenant a month earlier and written just before he suffered a severe gunshot wound to his left leg. Interesting comments telling of attacks on the Boers, the capture of Lord Methuen, etc. An important symbolic figure in the history of exploration. Photo.
893 £240
Antarctica: British Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914-16, Figurehead of London picture postcard of Husky team leaving the ship for the sledge trial, the enduring image showing the trapped Endurance and Shackleton on deck, unused, signed by Ernest Joyce, dog handler, later awarded the Albert medal for saving the lives of three of his colleagues. Wharton NA-1. Photo.
894 £130
Antarctica: British Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914-16, Figurehead of London picture postcard of husky puppies, fine unused, signed by Ernest Joyce, dog handler, later awarded the Albert medal for saving the lives of three of his colleagues. Wharton NA-5. Photo.
895 £100
Antarctica: Shackleton-Rowett Expedition 1921-22, unusual ''Weston'' G.B. 1d. stationery envelope ''cancelled'' by Tristan da Cunha type III cachet with green censor mark and dealer's ms. note at left, backstamped Rio de Janeiro Apr. 9 1922. Photo.
896 £140
Antarctica: Shackleton-Rowett Expedition 1921-22, Great Britain 1912-21 2d. horizontal pair handstamped framed ''TRISTAN/ DA CUNHA'' expedition cachet and cancelled by S.R. Antarctic Expedition c.d.s. of May 25 1922, fine. Photo.
897 £150
Antarctica: Shackleton-Rowett Expedition 1921-22, Great Britain 1912-21 1s. horizontal pair, marginal from the left of the sheet, handstamped framed ''GOUGH/ISLAND'' expedition cachet and cancelled by S.R. Antarctic Expedition c.d.s. of May 25 1922, a few slightly perf. imperfections, otherwise fine. Photo.
900 £190
Antarctica: Wilkins-Hearst Antarctic Expedition 1928-30, envelope addressed to Port Stanley franked 1d. tied by fine strike of the ''Wilkins Antarctic/Expedition/Deception/Island'' double oval in violet, with Stanley ''30 AP/29'' backstamp. Photo.
902 £90
Antarctica: Byrd Expedition II 1933-35, 1935 (Jan. 30) official envelope bearing 3c. pair cancelled Little America with Second Cancellation Mail and ''Bear of Oakland'' cachets, signed by R.A. Van Reen, Second Mate, and with San Francisco Mar. 25 arrival on reverse, also enclosed letter from the Bay of Whales (dated Jan. 25) in Van Reen's hand on Expedition letterhead with ship cachet and two photographs of him on board and ashore attached, and separate sheet dated Jan. 30 with greetings from Little America and marchbox label attached.
903 £4200
Antarctica: British Graham Land Expedition 1934-37, 1936 (June 20) picture postcard of aerial view of Port Stanley (Heyburn AQ-11-aqv) to London, franked Whale & Penguin 1d. and with July 30 arrival c.d.s., written by Brian Roberts, Ornithologist on board the ''Penola'', with a most interesting message indicating the expedition's schedule with instructions for incoming mail. ''We return here for December before going to Graham Land again.'' Very rare, only approx. six items of outgoing mail are recorded. Also a photograph of the ''Penola'' from the Karl Lellman collection. Photo.
904 £300
Antarctica: British Graham Land Expedition 1934-37, 1936 (July 1) receiving telegraph form to Gordon Roberts in Stanley with message from ''Hamsteve'' (W.E. Hampton ?) in Grahamland: ''MANY THANKS HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM SLEDGING STOP HOPING TO HAVE BUSY SPRING AND SUMMER WITH AID OF PIG SHAGGY AND COMPANY STOP REGARDS FAMILY'', slight creasing but believed unique with Roberts' signature on reverse. Photo.
905 £270
Antarctica: British Graham Land Expedition 1934-37, a very scarce envelope addressed to Cheshire, bearing Centenary 11/2d. cancelled South Georgia Aug. 16 1936 and enclosing a Christmas greetings card signed by S.H. Creese (dated May 17 !). Photo.
906 £190
Antarctica: Discovery Investigations, 1936 (Dec. 19) envelope registered from South Georgia to Yorkshire, bearing Whale & Penguin 1/2d., 2d. and 21/2d., slight staining, and with enclosed letter from ''Billie'' in Port Stanley to his/her penfriend dated Nov. 17 revealing that the envelope was sent ''down South on Discovery & so you will receive it from there''. Also attractive printed ''Discovery II'' Christmas greetings card from ''Jack'' with whale emblem, ribbon and affixed photo of Antarctic explorer. (3 items) Photo.
907 £55
Antarctica: Byrd Expedition III, 1940 scarce incoming envelope from Scranton, Pa, franked 3c. and sent Mar. 19 addressed to ''Admiral Richard C. Byrd/U.S. Antarctic Expedition/Little America/Antarctica'', with U.S.S. Bear backstamp of May 10 and redirected to Boston, Mass.
911 | £220
Antarctica: A collection in two albums, incl. Australian and British Antarctic Territories, Expedition covers, range of cachets, thematic Penguins, etc. (few 100's).
912 £90
Antarctica: British Antarctic Territory: 1971 3p. on 3d. and 50p. on 10s., both variety watermark inverted, the former marginal from the right of the sheet, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 29w, 37w, cat. 240, SH 30 wmk1, 38 wmk1. Photo.
913 £450
Antarctica: British Antarctic Territory: 1971 Decimal Currency 10p. on 2s. variety watermark inverted, very fine unmounted mint from left of sheet. S.G. 34w, cat 750. Photo.
914 £380
Antarctica: British Antarctic Territory: 1971 Decimal Currency 10p. on 2s. variety watermark inverted, very fine unmounted mint. S.G. 34w, cat 750. Photo.
915 £90
Antarctica: British Antarctic Territory: 1972 Royal Silver Wedding 10p. with variety watermark inverted, very fine unmounted mint. S.G. 43w, cat 225. Photo.
916 | £80
Antarctica: British Antarctic Territory: 1973 Explorers 1/2p. to 1 set in sheet number corner blocks of fourteen, 1/2p. to 5p. in complete sheets and values to 50p. in plate blocks of four.
917 £480
Antarctica: British Antarctic Territory: 1975-81 1 John Rymill, perf. 12 (1980), variety watermark inverted, marginal from the top of the sheet, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 78aw, cat. 650, SH 78b wmk1. Photo.
918 £70
Antarctica: British Antarctic Territory: 1977 Silver Jubilee 33p. variety watermark Crown to right of CA, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 85w, cat. 200, SH 85 wmk1. Photo.
919 £420
Antarctica: British Antarctic Territory: 1979 Penguins 3p. variety watermark Crown to right of CA, lower marginal with plate no.'s, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 89w, cat. 450, SH 89 wmk1. Photo.
920 £150
Antarctica: British Antarctic Territory: 1981 Treaty 10p. with variety watermark Crown to right of CA, very fine unmounted mint from top of sheet. S.G. 99w, cat. 300. Photo.
921 | £220
Antarctica: French Southern and Antarctic Territories: A collection in one album and small stockbook, incl. 1956-60 50f., 100f. and 200f. blocks of four and single of each, 1968 D'Urville 30f., 1969-71 200f., 1972 Crozet 50f. and 250f., unmounted mint, etc., varied condition. (few 100's)
922 | £120
Antarctica: French Southern and Antarctic Territories: A mainly unmounted mint selection incl. 1965 Discovery 50f. corner block of four, 1967 D'Urville 30f. pair, etc. (140).
923 | £7000
A K.G.V to Q.E.II mainly mint (much unmounted) accumulation of incomplete and complete definitive sets on stockcards contained in a carton incl. Bahawalpur 198 to 10r. (2), Burma, Canada K.G.V to $1, Falkland Is., Gibraltar, Hong Kong, Iraq 1923, 1924-25 and 1932 surch. official sets, Nauru 1924-48 to 10s. (2), N.Z. 1931 Health pair, Newfoundland, New Guinea 1935 Air 5, North Borneo 1939 and 1945 optd. sets, Sierra Leone 1932 1/2d. to 1, many 1948-49 Wedding sets, postage dues, etc. (1,000's)
924 | £3500
A Q.V. to K.G.V mint collection in a New Ideal album incl. Antigua 1913 CA 5s. corner marginal plate number single, Bermuda 1918 MCA to 10s., Canada , Gibraltar, G.B., India and States, Iraq 1923 and 1932 (both) sets, New Guinea, Newfoundland, New Hebrides, Papua, Rhodesia, Sarawak, Samoa, Transjordan, etc. (many 100's)
925 | £2100
A K.G.VI mint collection in varied condition in a damaged S.G. printed album with many sets incl. Bahrain 1948, Burma 1936-40, Official 1937 and 1938, Falkland Is,. 1938-50, Johore 1938 Postage Due, New Hebrides 1936 and 1938 Postage Due, North Borneo 1939, 1945 optd. and 1939 Postage Due, Seychelles 1938-49, many 1948-49 Wedding sets, etc. (100's)
926 | £1500
A K.G.VI to Q.E.II mainly mint (much unmounted, hinged on margins), collection of British Commonwealth in six Favorite albums, incl. Aden 1953-59 to 20s. (both), Ascension 1956 and 1963 Birds sets, Australia with 1963-65 Navigators set, British Solomon Islands 1956 set to 1,South Georgia 1963-65 1/2d. to 1 (both) set, North Borneo 1961 1c. to $5, Pitcairn Islands, Rhodesia and Nyasaland, Sarawak, etc. (100's).
927 | £2100
A mainly K.G.VI to Q.E.II duplicated mint accumulation in varied condition on stockpages contained in a carton, many issues are in sets incl. Abu Dhabi 1964, B.A.T. 1963-69 and 1970 (both unmounted), Falkland Is 1938-50 to 2s.6d (6), 5s. (5), 10s. (3) and 1(2), 1960-66 Birds (unmounted), Gambia 1938-46 (2), Pitcairn Is., Rhodesia 1905 Falls set, Sarawak 1934 (2) and 1945 overprints, South Georgia 1963-69 to 1 ultramarine (2, one unmounted), Somaliland 1938 sets (2), etc. (many 100's)
928 | £1400
A mainly K.G.V mint collection in varied condition in a binder with sets incl. Aden 1937 Dhow, Antigua 1932 Tercentenary, Basutoland 1933, Bechuanaland 1932, Cayamn Is. 1935, Cyprus 1928 Anniversary (1 is thinned), Malta 1926-27 and 1930 sets, Monsterrat 1932, Nauru, Newfoundland, Papua 1932-40, Sierra Leone 1932, Straita Settlements 1936-37, Sudan 1935 Gordon, Swaziland 1933, etc. (100's)
929 | £1400
A K.G.VI to Q.E.II mainly good to fine mint collection in four New Age albums with sets incl. Bahawalpur 1948, New Hebrides 1938, North Borneo 1945 optd. (unmounted) and 1939 Postage Due, Nyasaland, etc. (many 100's)
930 | £7500
A Q.V. to Q.E.II vast mint and used accumulation on stockcards contained in four cartons with mainly incomplete sets but including some better items, omnbus sets, etc. (1,000's)
931 | £2100
A mainly mint selection in a stockbook, incl. Dominica, Fiji, Gibraltar, K.U.T. 1935-37 set, Malta with 1926 3d. with overprint inverted, Niue, New Guinea 1918-23 1d. block of four, two are die II, St. Kitts Nevis, St. Lucia 1936 1/2d. to 10s. set perfined ''SPECIMEN'', Somaliland 1921 1/2a. to 5r. set overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', Southern Nigeria, Trinidad and Tobago 1896-1906 set with unissued 3d. on 5d., 1901-06, 1913-23, 1921-22 sets all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', etc., varied condition. (few 100's).
932 | £1300
A mainly K.G.V collection in three stockbooks, incl. Antigua, Australia, British Guiana 1913-21 to 96c. mint (4), Cayman Islands, Cyprus 1924-28 1 mint, Falkland Islands 1912-20 to 10s. mint, Gibraltar 1912-27 8s. mint, Hong Kong, K.U.T., North Borneo, St. Lucia, etc., varied condition. (100's).
933 | £750
A selection, incl. Australia Tasmania 1855 2d. green used (small repair), Bahamas 1863 perf. 121/2 6d. deep violet (pulled perf. at base), variety watermark inverted and reversed with Brandon Certificate (2007), Barbados, British East Africa 1896-1901 1a. used, variety watermark reversed, Cape of Good Hope, Hong Kong, Ireland, Jamaica 1883-97 1s. with variety ''$'' for ''S'' used, New Zealand, Nova Scotia 1851-60 1d. used, South West Africa,Tonga, forgeries, etc., mixed condition. (few 100's).
934 | £1350
A K.G.VI mainly good to fine used collection in an S.G. printed album with many sets incl. Bahrain 1938-41, Falkland Is. 1938-50, Fiji 1938-55, Malayan States, North Borneo, etc. (100's)
935 | £1350
A Q.V. to K.G.V used collection in varied condition in a New Ideal album volume I incl. Cyprus, Hong Kong, India, N.Z. 1931 Smiling Boys, North Borneo, Papua, St. Lucia, Sarawak, etc. (many 100's)
936 | £720
A mainly mint K.G.VI selection on stockcards, incl. Aden 1937 Dhow 1/2a. to 10r. set, Ascension, Bahamas, Bermuda, Burma, Falkland Islands 1938-50 to 1 used, Fiji, Gilbert and Ellice Islands 1940 Postage Due set, Malaya Kedah 1937 10c. to $5 set, Northern Rhodesia 1938-52 1.2d. to 20s. set used, Seychelles 1938-49 to 2r.25c., etc., very varied condition. (few 100's).
937 | £820
A Q.V. to Q.E.II selection in a stockbook, incl. Australia, British Solomon Islands, Gibraltar, India, Malayan States, Malta, St. Vincent, Sarawak, etc., varied condition. (100's).
938 | £920
A K.G.VI mainly good to fine used collection in two albums incl. Burma with Official sets incl. 1946 3p. to 10r., Seychelles 1938-49, etc. (100's)
939 | £2700
A mainly K.VI to Q.E.II vast duplicated accumulation of mainly mint (much unmounted) issues in packets contained in three cartons with both definitive and commemoarative issues incl. many sets, omnibus sets with 1935 Jubilee and 1949 U.P.U., miniature sheets, etc. (1,000's)
940 | £1000
A Q.E.II mint British Africa collection in two binders incl. Basutoland 1954-58 to 10s., 1961 surcharges incl. 10c. on 1s. type II, Bechuanaland 1955-58 to 10s., Botswana 1987 Christmas miniature sheet with 30t. value imperf. vertically (S.G. MS643a), Gambia sets to 1, Kenya 1963 40c. printed on the gummed side, K.U.T. 1954-59 to 1, Malawi 1971-75 15t. wmk. inverted, Morocco Agencies, Nigeria 1992 Dances set in imperf. blocks, Rhodesias, Somaliland 1953-58 to 10s., Swaziland 1956 to 1, 1961 50c. on 5s. type II (bottom left) from trial sheets, 1r. on 10s. type III, 2r. on 1 type II (bottom), inverted wmks., 1968 Independence 3c. imperf. pair, 1985 Youth Year 20c. variety wmk. crown to right of CA in a corner plate block (S.G. 496w), Uganda 1977 80c. on 60c. surcharge omitted (S.G. 198a), also Tristan da Cunha 1954, 1960, 1961 and later sets, 1988 Handcrafts set each with wmk. crown to right of CA, etc., varied condition, many unmounted. (few 100's)
941 | £880
A K.G.VI used collection in varied condition in an S.G. printed album incl. Bahawalpur, North Borneo, a number of other complete sets, etc. (100's)
942 | £780
A Q.V. to Q.E.II mint and used accumulation in varied condition in nine stockbooks with unmounted mint sets incl. Cyrenaica 1950 1m. to 500m., North Borneo 1961 1c. to $10, P.N.G., also a few foreign, etc. (many 100's)
943 | £720
A mainly K.G.VI to Q.E.II mint accumulation in ten albums and stockbooks contained in a carton incl. Antigua, Aden and States, Anguilla, Ascension 1938-53 to 10s. (both perfs.), Falkland Is. 1938-50 to 1, 1960 Birds set, later sets apparently complete to 1995, Omnibus sets with 1949 U.P.U. complete (unmounted), 1978 Coronation and 1981 Wedding sets and miniature sheets, etc. (100's)
944 | £280
A mint collection of early Q.E.II issues in a New Age album. (100's)
945 | £200
A mint British Empire selection on stockcards incl. Bermuda 1920-21 Tercentenary sets, British Guiana 1934-51 96c., $1, Falkland Is. 1960-66 1/2d. to 1, G.B. 1954-55 Postage Due set, 1963 Red Cross phosphor set, Hong Kong 1962-73 5c. to $20, Papua New Guinea, Tuvalu, etc., mainly fine with majority unmounted. (approx. 159)
947 | £260
A K.G.VI partly remaindered used collection in an SG printed album with some, complete sets, etc. (100's)
948 | £220
A K.G.V to Q.E.II mint selection of postage dues on stockcards incl. G.B., Fiji 1940, North Borneo, Solomon Islands, etc. (few 100's)
949 | £160
An accumulation in three stockbooks and folder, incl. Australia, a Thematic collection of Birds, etc., varied condition. (100's).
950 | £100
Literature: Robson Lowe Encyclopedia of British Empire Postage Stamps Volumes I (2nd edition) to V in good condition.
951 | £280
Omnibus Issues: 1935 Silver Jubilee: Sets complete mint (less British Forces in Egypt and Canada 2c.) in a special album, with additional Niue variety, mainly fine. (249)
952 | £250
Omnibus Issues: 1935 Silver Jubilee sets complete (less British Forces in Egypt and New Guinea), also Sierra Leone 1d. and Trinidad 2c. in mint blocks of four from lower-left corner of sheet, one showing extra flagstaff, and British Guinea set on f.d.c., mainly fine mint. (295).
953 | £380
Omnibus Issues: 1948-49 Silver Wedding, a mint selection, complete less Aden States, Gibraltar, K.U.T., Malaya Kedah, Malacca, Negri Sembilan, Penang, Perlis, St. Vincent, Sierra Leone, Singapore and Zanzibar, also some lower values, a few (i.e. Hong Kong) are unmounted, also some 12949 U.P.U. issues, etc., varied condition. (193).
954 | £300
Omnibus Issues: 1948-49 Silver Wedding sets complete mint (some unmounted) less Bahrain, Jamaica, Perak and Trengganu in varied condition in a printed album. (130)
955 | £120
Omnibus Issues: 1948-49 Silver Wedding, a mint selection of thirty three sets, incl. Falkland Islands, Malayan States, etc., good to fine. (66).
956 | £250
Postal History and Covers: A small selection of K.G.V. covers, incl. Cyprus, Gilbert and Ellice Islands, Malaya, etc., good to fine. (17 items).
957 | £290
Postal History and Covers: A small selection, incl. Bermuda, Canada 1908 3c. stationery envelope, registered to Canal Zone, uprated by Q.V. 1c., 2c., and 1/2c. pairs (2), Gibraltar 1891 20c. registered envelope to England, bearing 25c., has oval ''GIBRALTAR SOUTH DISTRICT'' registered datestamp, Malta, etc., fair to fine. (15 items).
967 | £350
Antigua: A collection, comprising 1903-07 2s., 2s.6d., 5s. (MJ 12) and 2d., 1s. and 5s. (MJ 13), 1908-17 1/2d. (MJ 11), 1921-29 1s. (MJ 12), 2s.6d (MJ 13), Leeward Islands K.E.VII 6d., 1s. (2) 2s.6d., 5s., K.G.V 2s., 3s., 4s. (MJ 13), 2s. (MJ 15), 4d. and 3s. (MJ 16), 1935 Silver Jubilee 11/2d., 1s. (MJ 16) with genuine Antigua set on f.d.c., mainly fine.
970 £350
Ascension: 1924-33 1/2d. to 3s. with extra 1d. shade and 2d. variety torn flag, (MJ 20) and extra 5d. (MJ 23), fine. Photo.
972 £260
Bahamas: 1884-90 6d., 5s. and 1 (MJ 33) also 21/2d. with genuine cancel of the same date, fine. Photo.
973 | £350
Bahamas: 1912-19 4d. (MJ34), 1942 Columbus 3s. (MJ 37), 1s.,3s., 5s. (MJ 38), 1/2d., 2d., 3d. single and block of four, 3s. and 1 (MJ 39), 21/2d., 3d. and 8d. in blocks of four, 6d. (MJ 40), mainly fine.
974 | £160
Barbados: A selection, comprising 1882-86 1s., 5s., 1892 1/2d. on 4d., 1892-1903 2s.6d. (MJ 43), also 8d. 1906 21/2d. and 1916-19 3s. (MJ 44).
979 £120
Bermuda: 1918-22 2s. (altered date), 4s., 1924-32 12s.6d. on piece (MJ 60), fine. Photo.
981 | £300
British Guiana: A selection, comprising 1913-21 48c. (MJ 65), 1898 2c., 5c., 1899 2c. on 15c., 1905-07 4c., 6d. (MJ 66), 1890 surcharged set, 1905-07 1c., 4c. (MJ 67), 1913-21 12c., 72c., 96c., 1934-51 4c., 6c., $1., also 72c. with year suppressed (MJ 68), mainly fine.
982 | £170
British Guiana: 1934-51 24c., 48c., 50c., 60c. (2, one with day and month suppressed), 72c., 96c., also 1935 Silver Jubilee 6c., 12c. and 24c. (MJ 70), fine.
983 | £70
British Honduras: 1904-07 50c. and $1, also 1913-21 $2 (MJ 74), fine.
984 | £90
British Honduras: 1935 Silver Jubilee set (MJ 75) and 1922-23 $2 (MJ 76), fine.
985 £170
British Levant: Turkish Currency: 1913-14 5pi. on 1s. (MJ 82), also genuine cancel on 1910 p.p.c.
988 | £60
British Solomon Islands: 1907 Large Canoe 21/2d. (MJ 94, early state showing ''O'' for ''U'' in ''TULAGI''), also 1d. with genuine cancel of the same date.
992 | £110
British Virgin Islands: 1866 6d., 1867-70 4d. and 1899 1/2d. (MJ 80), fine.
994 £210
Cayman Islands: 1905 6d., 1907-09 1s., 5s., 10s., 1912-20 1s., 1917 (Feb. 26) War Stamp 11/2d. with no fraction bar, (MJ 110), 1907-09 10s. (MJ 111), fine. Photo.
995 £190
Cayman Islands: 1932 Centenary 1/2d., 3d., 1s., 2s. and 10s. (MJ 112), fine. Photo.
999 £210
Dominica: 1907-08 5s. (MJ 138), 1908-21 6d., 5s. and 1923-33 5s., 1 on piece (MJ 139), fine.
1000 | £140
Dominica: 1908-21 6d., 1935 Silver Jubilee set (MJ 140), 1938-47 1/2d., 3d. (MJ 143) and 1938-47 5s., 10s. (MJ 144), fine.
1001 £210
Falkland Islands: 1891-1902 6d., 1904-12 3s., 1919-20 3s. (MJ 148), 1891-1902 4d. block of four (year date blanked out), 1912-20 6d., 3s., 5s., 10s., 1918-20 1s. (MJ 149)
1008 | £160
Fiji: 1891-99 1s. Fournier fogery (MJ 159), 1906-12 1s. and 1912-23 2s.6d. (MJ 160), good to fine.
1012 £200
Gibraltar: 1906-12 4s. black and carmine (MJ 182) illustrated on back cover of ''Madame Joseph Revisited'', also 1903 8s. with genuine cancel of the same date, fine. Photo.
1013 £350
Gibraltar: 1921-27 8s. dull purple and green (MJ 182 with year date ''10'' changed to ''2''), 1921-27 4s., 1935 Silver Jubilee 1s. (MJ 184), 1925-32 10s., 1938-51 11/2d. and 1 (MJ 187), fine. Photo.
1018 | £80
Grenada: 1934-36 1s., 2s.6d. and 5s. each with day, month and year suppressed, 1938-50 10s. (MJ 308), fine.
1019 £70
Indian Post Offices in China: New Guinea 1915-16 2s. with the only recorded ''watery ink'' cancel (MJ 214). Photo.
1020 £170
Ireland: 1922 (Feb-July) 2s.6d. and 10s. both with (MJ 216), Madame Joseph's only foray into the production of forged cancellations for British stamps. Photo.
1021 | £140
Jamaica: 1870-83 6d., 1916 War Tax with overprint inverted, 1919-21 6d., 1s., 2s. (MJ 218), 1903-04 1d. with variety ''SER.ET'', 1919-21 3s. and 10s. (MJ 219).
1022 £350
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1890-95 21/2a., 1912-21 4r., 20r.. (MJ 220), 1912-21 5r. (MJ 221), and 1922-27 3 (MJ 223) this stamp is not listed postally used, fine. Photo.
1024 | £320
Malaya and States: A selection, comprising Straits Settlements 1902-03 $1 (MJ 234), 1922 Malaya-Borneo 5c. (MJ 232), Kedah 1922 Malaya-Borneo 25c., 1922-40 1c. (MJ 237), 1937 10c. and 25c. both in blocks of four, 40c., 1948 Silver Wedding set (MJ 239), fine.
1025 £190
Malta: 1914-21 3d., 1926 10s. (MJ 247), 1922 Self Government 10s., 1922-26 1, 1935 Silver Jubilee 21/2d. with two Swans variety, 6d. and 1s. (MJ 248), fine. Photo.
1026 £140
Malta: 1938-43 2d. slate-black with variety extra windows (MJ 248), also 1930 1s.6d. and 2s.6d. (damaged value tablet), (MJ 249), fine. Photo.
1027 | £80
Mauritius: 1896 36c., 1921-34 5r. (MJ 251), 1935 Silver Jubilee 1r. (MJ 252), fine.
1029 £80
South Africa: 1914-22 Postage Due 1s. with (MJ 266) of Natal, fine. Photo.
1030 | £140
Nauru: 1916-23 5d., 2s.6d., 1924-28 2d., 21/2d. and 1s. these three with year and date suppressed (MJ 267).
1033 £120
Niger Coast Protectorate: 1894 21/2d., 1897-98 2s.6d., 10s. (2), (MJ 292) also 1d. with genuine cancel of the same date, fine. Photo.
1041 £120
The Rhodesias: Rhodesia: 1910-13 Double Head 1 with B.P.A. Certificate (1991) stating ''forged obliteration'', before the Madame Joseph horde was discovered. Photo.
1043 £700
Saint Helena: 1922-37 7s.6d. brownish-grey and orange, the rare 1937 printing with (MJ 339), mint example of the normal shade for comparison. Photo.
1044 £350
Saint Helena: A selection, comprising 1908-11 21/2d., 1912-16 1s. (2), 1912 6d., 1922-27 2s.6d., 5s. (MJ 339), 10s., 1934 1/2d., 2s.6d., 5s. (MJ 340), 1922-37 2d., 1s., 1s.6d., 1935 Silver Jubilee 2d., 6d., 1s. (MJ 341), 11/2d. and 1s. (MJ 342), mainly fine. Photo.
1046 £350
Saint Kitts-Nevis: A selection, comprising 1905-18 (MJ 346), 1920 2d., 21/2d., 1923 1/2d., 1d., 2d., 1s., 5s. and 10s. on piece (MJ 347), 1935 Silver Jubilee 1d., 11/2d., 1s. (MJ 349), 1923 21/2d., 6d., 2s. and 1938-50 5s. (MJ 350), Leeward Islands used in K.G.V 2s.6d., 5s. (MJ 347), K.G.V 5s. (MJ 350), fine. Photo.
1047 | £170
Saint Kitts-Nevis: 1938-50 1 (MJ 351), 1938-50 6d., 1s. (2, one with break in value frame), (MJ 352), 5s. with break in frame above ornament (MJ 353), also Leeward Islands used in, 1938-51 1 (MJ 351), fine.
1048 | £60
Saint Lucia: 1891-98 3d. (MJ 354) and 1912-21 1s. (MJ 356), fine.
1051 | £90
Seychelles: A selection comprising Mauritius Q.V. 50c., 1893 45c. (MJ 379), 1921-32 5r. (MJ 380 in an early state with year ''31''), 1903 3c. on 15c. (MJ 382), 1935 Silver Jubilee 20c. (MJ 383), fine.
1052 £240
Seychelles: 1903 6c. and 1917-22 1r.50 with ''93'' suppressed (MJ 381), also 1893 15c. on 16c. with surcharged inverted genuine used with the same date as Madame Joseph cancel. Photo.
1054 £170
South West Africa: 1923-24 1 pair on small piece (MJ 398). B.P.A. Certificate (1966) as genuine, prior to the discovery of the Madame Joseph horde. Photo.
1055 | £90
South West Africa: 1923-26 1s.3d. pair, 1927 1s. pair (MJ 398), 1931 Air 3d. and 10d. pairs, 1929 Official 2d. pair with both stops omitted (MJ 399), fine.
1058 £160
Swaziland: 1935 Silver Jubilee 2d. and 3d. both in blocks of four from lower-left corner of sheet, one of each showing extra flagstaff (MJ 408), fine. Photo.
1062 | £110
Trinidad and Tobago: Tobago: 1880 1d., 1s., 1885-96 21/2d., 1s. (2), 1886-89 1/2d. on 6d. (MJ 419), fine.
1063 £260
Trinidad and Tobago: Trinidad: 1883-94 1s., 1896 5s., 1896-1906 10s. and 1 (2), Trinidad and Tobago 1921-225s., 1, 1922-28 4d. (2), 1s. and 1 (MJ 421), mainly fine. Photo.
1064 | £250
Turks and Caicos Islands: 1900-04 2s., 1909-11 2s., 3s., 1913-21 1/2d., 1917 War Tax 1d. with watermark inverted (MJ 424), 1900-04 3s. (MJ 425), 1935 Silver Jubilee set (MJ 426)., 1938-45 3d., 6d., 1s. (MJ 427), mainly fine.
1068 £130
Aden: 1895 pair of envelopes to the same addressee in Italy, the first registered and dated September 23rd, franked by India 9p. (2) and 4a. (2), cancelled by ''B'' in horizontal bars (Proud K12), with circular framed ''R'' (Proud R4), on reverse has ''ADEN/REG.'' c.d.s. (Proud R6) with Naples and Palermo transit and receiving marks, other franked by India 2a.6p., tied by ''ADEN'' squared circle (Proud KD20), with Palermo receiving mark on reverse. Photo.
1069 £130
Aden: 1915, a most interesting photographic postcard with part of photograph erased, ms. ''Obliterated being a forbidden subject'' signed by the Provost Marshal, C. Howell, overstruck by purple straight line ''PASSED CENSOR, ADEN'', used to Taunton, redirected within Somerset, bearing 1d. cancelled by Aden Paquebot c.d.s. of Dec. 2 and Dec. 26 arrival. Photo.
1070 | £200
Aden: 1951 surcharged 5c. on 1a. to 10s. on 1r. set in mint imprint blocks of eight, 70c. on 14a. and 2s. on 2r. with plate numbers, most with one stamp mounted, others mainly fine unmounted. (88). S.G. 36-46.
1071 | £450
Aden: A collection of issues from 1937 to 1963 in a Plymouth album with sets both mint and used incl. 1937 Dhow 1/2a. to 10r., 1939-48 1/2a. to 10r., 1949 Wedding, 1951 surch. set, 1953-63 to both 20s., etc., varied condition. (approx. 185).
1072 £1650
Antigua: 1872 watermark Crown CC perf. 121/2 1d. (4) and 6d., used on 1873 (Jan. 11) envelope to U.S.A., all tied by barred oval ''AO2'', with ''NEW YORK STEAMSHIP'' c.d.s., on reverse has Antigua and St. Thomas transit marks, very rare. S.G. 13, 15. Photo.
1073 £270
Antigua: 1921-29 values to 1 used on 1930 (April 17) unaddressed O.H.M.S. envelope, some slight staining, otherwise fine. Photo.
1075 £210
Antigua: 1943 (March 17) registered flown envelope to U.S.A., bearing Leeward Islands 1938-51 1s., 5s. and 1, tied by St. Johns c.d.s's and with censor label at right. Photo.
1076 | £680
Ascension: 1938-53 a mainly mint collection on leaves, incl. values to 10s. (4), unmounted mint varieties with 1/2d. perf.13 block of four, one showing long centre bar to ''E'', 1d. black and orange-yellow perf. 13 block of four, one with Mountaineer flaw, also single with flaw, 11/2d. black and vermilion perf. 13 block (3 x 5) one with Davit flaw, also perf. 131/2 block of four, one with Davit flaw, 11/2d. black and rose-carmine perf. 14 two blocks of four, one of each with Davit flaw, 2d. black and red-orange showing Mountaineer flaw, varied condition. (140).
1077 £230
Ascension: 1963 Birds 41/2d. with variety watermark inverted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 74w, cat. 350. Photo.
1078 £280
Ascension: 1968 Fishes 8d., variety watermark Crown to right of CA, fine unmounted mint from base of sheet. S.G. 114w, cat. 325. Photo.
1079 £620
Ascension: 1976 Birds 2p. and 8p. both with watermark inverted or Crown to right of CA, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 200w, 206w, cat. 700
1080 | £160
Ascension: A K.G.V to Q.E.II duplicated mint collection in varied condition in a stock binder incl. 1934 Script sets (2), 1938-53 to 5s. (6), 10s. (5) with range of perfs., etc. (few 100's)
1081 £50
Australian States: New South Wales: Postage Dues: 1891-92 1/2d. to 20s. set overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', good to fine with gum. S.G. D1-D10. Photo.
1082 | £55
Australian States: Queensland: 1882-95 perf. 12 thick paper 2s.6d. and 10s. fresh mint, few blunted perfs, otherwise fine. S.G. 158, 160.
1087 £270
Australian States: South Australia: 1856-58 1d. deep yellow-green, fine used. S.G. 5, cat. 550. Photo.
1088 £50
Australian States: Tasmania: 1855 watermark Large Star 4d. blue, very fine used, good to large margins. S.G. 18. Photo.
1089 £320
Australian States: Tasmania: Postal Fiscals: 1900 2d. brown with variety value omitted in fine mint block of four from top-right corner of sheet with ''8'' current number. Photo.
1092 £80
Australia: 1929-30 6d. to 5s. mint, mainly fine. S.G. 107-111, cat. 348.
1093 £230
Australia: 1929-30 5s. grey and yellow and 10s. grey and pink, fine mint, 5s. is unmounted. S.G. 111,112, cat. 600+. Photo.
1094 £750
Australia: 1929-30 2 black and rose mint, a few lightly toned perfs. at top otherwise fine. S.G. 114, cat. 3,250. Photo.
1095 £110
Australia: 1931-36 10s. grey and pink mint, pencil note on reverse and small adhesion in corner otherwise fine. S.G. 136, cat. 325. Photo.
1096 £1050
Australia: 1931-36 2 black and rose unmounted mint, small gum wrinkle and short perf. at foot otherwise fine and fresh. S.G. 138, cat. 2,750+. Photo.
1097 £1100
Australia: 1932 Bridge 5s. blue-green, in a fine unmounted mint horizontal strip of three with John Ash imprint, fresh appearance. S.G.143. Photo.
1098 £250
Australia: 1948-56 Arms 5s. to 2 set in fine unmounted mint imprint blocks of four. S.G. 224a-224d. Photo.
1099 | £720
Australia: A mainly used selection, incl. 1913-14 5s. and 10s., 1931-36 to 10s. (2), 1932 Bridge 5s., Officials 1914 10s. perforated ''O.S.'' used with Brandon Certificate (2007), etc., varied condition. (few 100's).
1100 | £95
Australia: A mint selection incl. Victoria 1900 Patriotic Fund 1d. (1s.), 1931-36 10s. to 2 optd. ''SPECIMEN'', 1930's commemorative sets, 1937-49 10s. (2), 1 (2), 10s. optd. ''SPECIMEN'', Antarctic Territory, etc., varied condition, mainly fine. (103).
1101 £200
Bahamas: 1938-52 1s. scarce shade of brownish-grey and scarlet with 1s. grey-black and carmine, both fine mint. S.G. 113, a. Photo.
1102 £60
Bahamas: 1939 (Aug. 9) envelope from France to Haiti, bearing scarce straight line ''MISSENT TO BAHAMAS''. Photo.
1103 | £65
Bahamas: 1980 10c. 14, two are used), 15c. (2) and 21c. block of four, all with watermark inverted, all but two fine unmounted mint. S.G. 560w, 562var, 565var.
1105 £80
Barbados: 1878 1d. on half 5s. dull rose, good used. S.G. 86, cat. 650. Photo.
1106 £210
Basutoland: 1961 surcharges, a selection of unmounted mint errors and varieties with 1/2c. on 1/2d. surcharge misplaced upwards, 1c. on 1d. with surcharge at left, 2c. on 2d. surcharge inverted, and 2c. on 2d. with fount similar to type 24, 1c. with crease otherwise fine. (4). S.G. 58var, 59var, 60a, 60var. Photo.
1107 £320
Basutoland: 1961 1/2c. on 1/2d. variety surcharge double, fine unmounted mint, B.P.A. Certificate (2000). S.G. 58a, cat. 475. Photo.
1108 £280
Basutoland: 1961-63 1/2c. variety imperforate in a top right corner horizontal pair, a few light gum wrinkles mainly in margin otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. 69a, cat. 300. Photo.
1109 £210
Basutoland: 1961-63 1/2c. variety imperforate with inverted centre in a left margin horizontal pair, a few gum wrinkles mainly in margin otherwise fine unmounted mint, unlisted. S.G. 69var. Photo.
1110 £280
Basutoland: 1961-63 31/2c. variety imperforate in a left margin horizontal pair, a couple of gum bends otherwise fine unmounted mint, unlisted. S.G. 73var. Photo.
1112 £160
Bechuanaland: 1892 (July 12) envelope from the ''Sitwell'' correspondence to Northumberland, with interesting enclosed letter dated July 6, franked 1891 ''BRITISH/BECHUANALAND'' 6d. (small corner fault) tied by Macloutsi c.d.s. with additional strike at left, transit and arrival backstamps. Captain William Henry Sitwell was seconded as Captain and Adjutant to the Bechuanaland Border Police at Macloutsi, under the command of Colonel Sir Frederick Carrington on March 20th. 1891. Ex Clapham. Photo.
1114 £170
Bechuanaland: Protectorate 1889 4d. on 1/2d. vermilion tied by fine Kanye ''AU 11/00'' c.d.s. to envelope to Waterberg, Z.A.R. with Mafeking, Fourteen Streams and Pretoria transit datestamps. S.G. 53. Ex Clapham. Photo.
1115 | £820
Bechuanaland: 1913-24 mint selection of high values, comprising Waterlow 2s.6d. (2), 5s. (3), also 2s.6d. and 5s. (2) overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', De La Rue 2s.6d. (3), 5s. (2), Bradbury 2s.6d. (4), 5s. (2), shades, mainly good to fine. (19).
1116 | £300
Bechuanaland: 1913-24 a mint selection on leaves, incl. 2d. die I orange in two control blocks of six (R21 imperf. and perf.), 2d. die II orange in control block of six (V23 perf.), 1s. overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', etc., mainly fine. (65).
1117 £520
Bechuanaland: 1913-24 Waterlow 2s.6d. deep sepia brown showing re-entry [R. 2/1], fine mint, rare. S.G. 83a, cat. 1,200. Photo.
1118 £230
Bechuanaland: 1913-24 Waterlow 2s.6d. deep sepia brown and 5s. rose-carmine both showing overprint double, one albino, fine mint. R.P.S. Certificate (1969), B.P.A. Certificate (1971). S.G. 83b, 84a, cat. 675. Photo.
1120 £420
Bechuanaland: 1913-24 De La Rue 2s.6d. sepia showing re-entry [R. 2/1], mint, faintly toned, otherwise fine and rare. S.G. 86b, cat. 1,400. Photo.
1121 £780
Bechuanaland: 1913-24 Bradbury 2s.6d. chocolate-brown showing re-entry [R. 21/2], fine mint, very rare. Holcombe Certificate (1995). S.G. 88a, cat. 2,250. Photo.
1122 | £450
Bechuanaland: 1925-27 mint selection on leaves, incl. 3d. with overprint double one albino (2, one with inverted watermark), 6d. on ordinary paper ''E.26'' control block of six, 1s. with inverted watermark, mostly fine. (28).
1123 £120
Bechuanaland: 1961 1r. on 10s. type I unmounted mint, a few small marks on reverse otherwise fine, scarce. S.G. 167, cat. 375. Photo.
1124 | £520
Bechuanaland: A mint collection of issues from 1932 to 1961 on leaves, incl. 1932 1/2d. to 10s. set (2, one perforated ''SPECIMEN''), 1938-53 to 10s. (3) 1955-58 1/2d. to 10s. set in imprint blocks of four, 1961 1r. on 10s. type I, etc., mainly fine. (202).
1127 £350
Bermuda: 1876 (May 24) envelope (with original letter) from Belfast addressed to ''Lt. Colonel Annesby in Command of the 9th. Regt. George Bermuda'' and endorsed ''via New York'', franked by 1864-79 1d. plate 167 EI and 1873-80 6d. grey plate 14 DG tied by Belfast duplexes. Vendor states only three items to Bermuda recorded for this period. Photo.
1128 | £65
Bermuda: 1918-22 2s. purple and blue on blue mint block of four, showing HPF 51, single with HPF 52A, 2s.6d. black and red on blue, mint block of four from base of sheet [41-42, 53-54], good to fine mint. S.G. 51b, 52.
1129 £320
Bermuda: 1924-31 2s. six mint examples, one normal, showing break in scroll, three with nick in top-right scroll (one showing attempt at repair), other showing damaged leaf at lower-right, good to fine mint. S.G. 88, c, f, cat. 1,395. Photo.
1130 | £210
Bermuda: 1924-32 2s. purple and bright blue on pale blue unmounted mint horizontal strip of three from base of sheet, showing HPF 57A, mint single from right of sheet showing plate number with HPF 60B/D (has large handstamp on gum), 2s.6d. black and carmine on pale blue mint single with HPF 40A, pair with HPF 57A, 2.6d. black and carmine on deep grey blue with HPF 51, 2s.6d. black and scarlet vermilion on deep black with HPF 4A/B, good to fine. S.G. 88, 89, i, j.
1133 £180
Bermuda: 1924-32 10s. green and red on deep emerald, three mint examples showing HPF 3A, HPF 51 and HPF 52A/B/C, good to fine. S.G. 92g. Photo.
1134 £95
Bermuda: 1924-32 12s.6d. grey and orange showing HPF 5A/B, fine and fresh mint. S.G. 93. Photo.
1135 £110
Bermuda: 1924-32 12s.6d. grey and orange showing HPF 6A/B, fine and fresh mint. S.G. 93. Photo.
1138 £90
Bermuda: 1970 Decimal Currency 6c. on 6d. with watermark inverted, fine used from base of sheet. S.G. 237w, cat. 160. Photo.
1139 £250
Bermuda: 1986 World Wildlife Fund 90c. on $3, two examples, one showing surcharge double, other surcharge double, one inverted, very fine unmounted mint. S.G. 534a, b, cat. 540. Photo.
1141 £190
Botswana: 1966 Independence 21/2c. variety imperforate in a right margin horizontal pair, also with colour shift, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 202a, cat. 250. Photo.
1142 £190
Botswana: 1976-77 3t. on 3c., 7t. on 7c. and 50t. on 50c. each with surch. at bottom right, and 1p. on 1r. with surch. at bottom left, all fine unmounted mint. (4). S.G. 369a, 372a, 378a, 379a, cat. 440. Photo.
1142 £150
British East Africa: 1890 (May) 1/2a. on 1d. deep purple, fine used with neat ''LAMU/DE 29/90'' c.d.s. S.G. 1, cat. 200. Photo.
1144 £550
British East Africa: 1897-1903 50r. mauve with watermark reversed, fine mint and fresh appearance. S.G. 99x, cat. 1,800. R.P.S. certificate (1949). Photo.
1145 | £160
British Guiana: 1890-1945 covers (7) card and fronts (2), incl. 1895 5c. stationery envelope to England, cancelled by ''ARAKAKA'' c.d.s., 1913 O.H.M.S. long envelope. registered to Austria, franked by 1c., 2c. (2), tied by ''CORNHILL'' c.d.s's, etc., fair to fine.
1146 £500
British Honduras: 1872-79 perf. 121/2 1d. pale blue, in an unmounted mint block of four. S.G. 5, cat. 340+. Photo.
1147 £320
British Honduras: 1888-91 2c. on 1c. rose, variety watermark inverted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 37w, unpriced. Photo.
1148 | £1700
British Levant: A written up collection in two albums, incl. Great Britain used in, with 1854 1d. strip of three with ''O*O'' cancels, Beyrout 1867 5s. rose plate 2 AD, Constantinople with 1867 5s. rose plate 2 BG, Turkish Currency 1885-88 2s.6d. on blued paper KD overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', also MH used, 1893 40pa. on 1/2d. used on piece with B.P.A. Certificate (1936), 1902-05 12pi. on 2s.6d. mint (3), used (5), 24pi. on 5s. mint and used on piece, 1911-13 12pi. on 2s.6d. mint (2) and used, 12pi. on 5s. mint, used (2), British Currency 1905-12 set mint, Turkish Currency 1921 set of three overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', sets mint and used, British Currency 1921 1s. and 2s.6d. overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', also used set, range of covers and cards, postal stationery, etc., varied condition. (100's).
1151 | £45
British Levant: British Currency: 1905-12 1/2d. to 1s., 1911-13 1/2d's and 1d's, and 1921 2d. to 2s.6d. all mint, varied condition, mainly fine. (23). S.G. L1-L10, L12-L24, cat. 200.
1152 £500
British Levant: British Field Office in Salonica: 1916 (Feb-March) 1/2d. to 1s. set, mint, mainly fine. All with B.P.A. Certificates dated between 1964 and 1976. S.G. S1-S8, cat. 1,100. Photo.
1154 £1200
British Post Office in Siam: 1882-85 watermark Crown CA 2c. pale rose, in a fresh unmounted mint block of fifteen (3 x 5), few minor gum wrinkles, otherwise fine and scarce multiple. S.G. 15, cat. 825+ as singles. Photo.
1155 £1600
British Post Office in Siam: 1882-85 watermark Crown CA 4c. pale brown, in a fresh unmounted mint block of fifteen (3 x 5), few minor gum wrinkles, four have minor gum disturbances, otherwise fine and scarce multiple. S.G. 17, cat. 1,200+ as singles. Photo.
1157 £80
British Virgin Islands: 1800 (Sept. 3) entire from St. Croix to Madeira, received on Jan. 29th. 1801, no postal markings. Photo.
1158 £270
British Virgin Islands: 1805 (Oct. 27) entire to Liverpool, rated ''2/-'', bearing a fair strike of the scarce ''TORTOLA/27OCT1805'' type HS2b. Photo.
1159 | £80
British Virgin Islands: 1807 (Jan 19) entire from Liverpool to Tortola, endorsed ''p The Henry Capt. Ritson'', the entire has duplicate letter inside, also triplicate of the same letter, unusual.
1160 £120
British Virgin Islands: 1811 (Oct. 15) entire from Liverpool to Tortola, rated ''2/1'' and ''1 Bit'', endorsed ''p Paqt'', fine. Photo.
1161 | £80
British Virgin Islands: 1812 (July 15) entire from Liverpool to Tortola, rated ''2/3'' and ''1 Bit'', endorsed ''p Paqt'', fine.
1162 | £80
British Virgin Islands: 1815 (Nov. 3) entire from Tortola to a surgeon on board H.M.S. ''Echo'', letter mentions recipient's safe arrival at Portsmouth aboard that ship and enclosing a bill to pay the recipient's lectures, fine, no postal markings.
1163 | £70
British Virgin Islands: 1816 (March 16) entire from Windy Hill Tortola, addressed to London, no postal markings.
1165 £110
British Virgin Islands: 1866 no watermark on white paper 6d. deep rose with variety large ''V'' in ''VIRGIN'' mint, a couple of short perfs. otherwise fine. S.G. 4a, cat. 425. Photo.
1166 £100
British Virgin Islands: Censored Mail: 1940 (Dec. 23) envelope to U.S.A., franked by 1938-47 1/2d., 1d. and 11/2d., with violet ''PASSED/BY CENSOR/V. Is.'' on reverse, scarce.
1167 £150
British Virgin Islands: Censored Mail: 1941 (Jan. 23) envelope to England, franked by 1938-47 1/2d., 1d. and 11/2d., with violet ''PASSED/BY CENSOR/V. Is.'' on front, scarce. Photo.
1168 | £70
British Virgin Islands: Censored Mail: 1941 (June 10) envelope U.S.A., franked by 1938-47 3d., with black ''PASSED/BY CENSOR/V. Is.'' on reverse, scarce.
1169 £140
British Virgin Islands: Censored Mail: 1941 (Sept. 9) envelope to U.S.A., franked by 1938-47 3d., with black ''PASSED/BY CENSOR/V. Is.'' on front, scarce. Photo.
1170 £80
Brunei: Japanese Occupation: 1942-44 8c., 12c. and 15c., used on ''17/1/2605'' philatelic envelope. S.G. J10, J12, J13. Photo.
1172 £180
Burma: 1872 (April 6) soldiers envelope to England, countersigned, franked by Indian 8p. tied by ''RANGOON/156'' duplex, scarce. Photo.
1173 £620
Burma: 1937 (April) 3p. to 25r. set, mainly fine mint. S.G. 1-18, cat. 1,400. Photo.
1174 £240
Burma: Officials: 1937 (April-June) 3p. to 10r. set, mainly fine mint. S.G. 01-014, cat. 600. Photo.
1178 £260
Canada: Newfoundland: 1937 Coronation 7c. bright ultramarine perf. 13 (comb), fine unmounted mint from right of sheet. S.G. 259d, cat. 450. Photo.
1179 | £80
Canada: Newfoundland: Postal Stationery: A selection, incl. envelopes 1899 3c. and 5c. both overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', reply card 1913 2c. + 2c. unused, postcards with 1889 2c. on 1c. unused, etc., good to fine. (34 items).
1180 | £900
Canada: Nova Scotia: 1863 selection of proofs, incl. some overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', multiples, etc., varied condition. (80).
1181 £210
Canada: Bradbury Wilkinson Warrior's head essay plate proof in purple on thick wove paper, denominated 6d, fine. R.Lowe type (3). Photo.
1182 £250
Canada: Bradbury Wilkinson Queen's head essay plate proof in purple on wove paper, denominated 1d, similar in inspiration to the Large Queen issue. (E18a-c, R. Lowe type (d)) Photo.
1183 £11000
Canada: 1851 laid paper 6d. slate violet, good to large margins all round, unused and extremely rare. S.G. 2, cat 23,000. Photo.
1184 £80
Canada: 1852-57 3d. imperforate plate proofs in red (2) one on India paper, one overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' horizontally in green on card, fine. Unitrade 1P, 1TCi. Photo.
1185 £150
Canada: 1852-57 6d. imperforate plate proof in red purple on India paper, one in grey-blue on card overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' vertically in orange, 6d. in black on India, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' in red. Unitrade 2TCi, ix, xi. Photo.
1186 £130
Canada: 1852-57 6d. imperforate plate proof in black (2) one on India paper overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' vertically in red, other on card overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' vertically in orange, also proof in dark grey (faults). Unitrade 2TCiii, vii, x. Photo.
1187 £140
Canada: 1852-57 10d. imperforate plate proofs in blue one on India paper, other on card overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' vertically in red, also proof in brown on wove paper. Unitrade 7P, i. Photo.
1189 £120
Canada: 1852-57 1/2d. imperforate plate proofs in black (2) on India paper, both overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' vertically in red, fine, also 1/2d. in rose on India paper (fault at top). fine. Unitrade 8P, 8 TCii. Photo.
1190 £80
Canada: 1852-57 1/2d. imperforate plate proof pair, in deep rose on India paper, minor paper wrinkle, otherwise fine. Unitrade 8TC. Photo.
1193 £110
Canada: 1859 121/2c. imperforate plate proofs (2) one on India paper, other on card overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' vertically in red. Unitrade 18P, i. Photo.
1194 £80
Canada: 1864 2c. imperforate plate proofs (2) in claret and green on India paper, fine. Unitrade 20TC, i,. Photo.
1195 £260
Canada: 1868-90: Canada Bank Note Co. 2c. Essays, imperforate plate proofs in orange-brown and 3c. in black on surfaced paper, fine. Photo.
1197 £120
Canada: 1897 Jubilee $2 imperf. plate proof in issued deep violet on India paper on card, fine. S.G. 137 P. Photo.
1198 £120
Canada: 1897 Jubilee $3 imperf. plate proof in issued bistre on India paper on card, fine. S.G. 138 P. Photo.
1199 £120
Canada: 1897 Jubilee $4 imperf. plate proof in issued violet on India paper on card, fine. S.G. 139 P. Photo.
1200 £120
Canada: 1897 Jubilee $5 imperf. plate proof in issued olive-green on India paper on card, fine. S.G. 140 P. Photo.
1201 £580
Canada: 1898-1902 20c. olive-green, a superb unmounted mint example from top of sheet, very fresh appearance and rare in this condition. S.G. 165, Unitrade 84, cat. $2,700. Photo.
1202 | £1150
Canada: 1911-22 Admirals, a mint collection on leaves, incl. 5c. deep blue (2), indigo block of four and two singles, grey-blue block of four and two pairs, 10c. brownish purple block of four and two singles, reddish purple pair and two singles, 20c. dark olive-green horizontal plate strip of ten, 50c. grey-black (2), sepia (2), pale black-brown and brown-black block of four, plate strips, shades, etc., varied condition. (approx. 364).
1203 | £150
Canada: 1911-22 Admirals, selection of booklet panes, comprising 1c. green panes of six (6), 2c. rose-red panes of six (6) and 3c. brown panes of four (2), good to fine.
1204 | £110
Canada: 1911-22 Admirals, coil stamps, mint collection on leaves, incl. perf.12 x imperf. 1c. vertical pair with large holes at top and base, perf. 8 x imperf. 1c. vertical strip of three, pair and single, 2c. vertical strip of three and two singles, etc., fair to fine. (68).
1205 | £980
Canada: 1922-31 Admirals, a mint collection on leaves, incl. blocks and shades, $1 blocks of four (2) and three singles, etc., varied condition. (approx. 369).
1208 £120
Canada: 1922-31 1c., 2c. and 3c. in imperforate blocks of four, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 259-261, cat. 258+. Photo.
1209 £140
Canada: 1926 2c. on 3c. carmine essay, vertical pair with large and small surcharges, mint. one creased, otherwise fine. Unitrade $750. Photo.
1210 £200
Canada: 1926 2c. on 3c. carmine type 50, variety surcharge double (partly triple), in a mint block of four, all with slight gum disturbances, otherwise fine. S.G. 265a, cat. 800. Photo.
1211 £210
Canada: 1927 Confederation 1c. to 12c. set in unmounted mint vertical pairs, variety imperforate between horizontally, fine. Unitrade $1,200. Photo.
1212 £180
Canada: 1928-29 1c. orange, imperforate die proof in issued colour on thin paper (88 x 91mm) mounted on sunken card, fine. Photo.
1215 £260
Canada: 1935 (June-Nov.) 1c., 2c., 3c. and 4c. in unmounted mint imperforate horizontal pairs, (only 150 pairs known) fine. Unitrade $1,200. Photo.
1216 £130
Canada: 1935 5c. blue, unmounted mint block of four, variety imperforate vertically, has collectors marks on gum, otherwise fine. S.G. 345a, cat. 400. Photo.
1217 £680
Canada: 1937-38 1c. to 8c. in unmounted mint imperforate horizontal pairs, very fine. (only 100 pairs known). Unitrade $3,600. Photo.
1219 £140
Canada: 1977-86 $2 Kluane showing variety silver (inscription and value) omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 885a, cat. 275. Photo.
1222 | £450
Canada: A Q.V. selection, incl. 1852-57 3d. red unused with small corner fault, 6d. imperforate plate proof in orange-yellow on India paper, 1859 5c. imperforate plate proof in orange-brown overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' horizontally in black, 1868-76 1c. brown on thin paper (2) unused, 2c. green unused, 1889-97 5c. imperforate single from right of sheet mint, 1898 Imperial Penny Postage 2c. black grey and carmine imperforate vertical pair, etc., varied condition. (16).
1223 | £500
Canada: A collection of mint K.G.V issues on leaves, incl. 1915 War Tax set, 1916 (Jan) 2c. + 1c. rose-red and 2c. + 1c. carmine in plate block of ten, 1916 (Aug.) 2c. + 1c. imperf. x perf. 8 horizontal strip of four (2), booklet panes with 1928-29 5c. pane of six, 1935 3c. scarlet variety printed on gummed side, etc., mainly fine. (approx. 283).
1224 | £220
Canada: A mint selection from 1897 to 1948 on stockcards incl. 1897 Jubilee 1/2c. to 15c. (less 8c.), additional 5c. and 10c. shades, Admiral values to 10c. blue incl. 1911-22 5c., 1928-29 Bluenose 50c. (2, one unmounted), 1930-31 50c., $1 (2, one unmounted), 1942-48 to $1, etc., mainly fine. (67).
1225 | £210
Canada: A mint K.G.VI selection on stockcards, incl. plate blocks, booklet panes, etc., varied condition. (few 100's).
1231 £2200
Cayman Islands: 1932 Centenary set in mint blocks of four, the values to 5s. being hinged on the upper pairs, the 10s. value being top right corner marginal and hinged in margin only just touching one stamp. S.G. 84-95, cat. 1,600+. Photo.
1232 £140
Cayman Islands: 1932 Centenary 1/4d. to 10s. set mint, a few perf. imperfections otherwise fine. (12). S.G. 84-95, cat. 400. Photo.
1233 £150
Cayman Islands: 1980 Rotary International 50c. with variety black (Royal Cypher and face value) omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 499a, cat. 300. Photo.
1235 £210
Cook Islands: 1966 Churchill 10d. with variety overprint inverted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 180a, cat. 160. Photo.
1236 £550
Cyprus: 1880 to 1881 overprints, a collection with mint 1880 1/2d. plate 15, 1d. plates 201, 215, 216, 217 and 218, 21/2d. plates 14 and 15, 4d. to 1s., 1881 18mm 1/2d. on 1d. plate 205, 16mm 1/2d. on 1d. plate 216, 13mm 1/2d. on 1d. plates 215 and 218, 30pa. on 1d. plate 216, also some used incl. 1880 1/2d. plate 15, 4d. (faded), 1s. with faked cancel, 1881 18mm 1/2d. on 1d. plate 201, 16mm 1/2d. on 1d. plate 201, 13mm 1/2d. on 1d. plate 215, 30pa. on 1d. plate 217, etc., mixed condition. (26). Photo.
1237 | £80
Cyprus: 1880 mint selection with 1/2d. plates 12 and 15 (3, one without gum), 1d. plates 201, 208, 215, 216, 217, 218 and 220 (small part o.g.), and 21/2d. plates 14 and 15, mixed condition, some oxidised. (13).
1238 £350
Cyprus: 1880 1/2d. plate 15, 1d. plate 218, 21/2d. plate 15, 4d. to 1s. good to fine used. S.G. 1-6, cat. 1,509. Photo.
1239 £170
Cyprus: 1880 1/2d. plate 15, 1d. plate 215, 21/2d. plate 14, 4d. to 1s. mint, 6d. and 1s. with small part o.g., mixed condition. S.G. 1-6, cat. 1,457. Photo.
1241 £150
Cyprus: 1880 1d. plate 174 HK unused with small part. o.g., slightly faded. S.G. 2, cat. 1,400. Photo.
1242 £110
Cyprus: 1881 (June) 13mm 1/2d. on 1d. plate 215 KA-KE horizontal strip of five c.t.o. by Larnaca ''JU 1/81'' c.d.s's on small piece, mainly fine. S.G. 9, cat. 325+. Photo.
1244 £400
Cyprus: 1881 (July) 1/2pi. to 6pi. mint, 4pi. with small area of gum missing and 6pi. with thin at top left otherwise good to fine. S.G. 11-15, cat. 3,605. Photo.
1250 £120
Cyprus: 1892-94 1/2pi. to 12pi. mint with additional 2pi., mainly fine, also 1/2pi. to 1pi. used plus 30pa. with damaged ''US'' variety (some toning). (12). S.G. 31-37. Photo.
1251 £90
Cyprus: 1894-96 1/2pi. to 45pi. set mint, 18pi. and 45pi. with toned perfs. otherwise mainly fine, and set used with three duplicates, varied condition. (23). S.G. 40-49.
1252 £190
Cyprus: 1902-04 1/2pi. to 45 pi. mint, also 1/2pi. to 4pi., 12pi., 18pi. used, varied condition, mainly fine. (17). S.G. 50-59. Photo.
1253 | £120
Cyprus: 1902 to 1910 K.E.VII selection incl. 1902-04 1/2pi. wmk. inverted used, 1904-10 1/2pi. wmk. inverted mint, 30pa. with damaged ''US'' variety used, 9pi. wmk. inverted mint, etc., varied condition. (5).
1254 £85
Cyprus: 1904-10 5pa. to 45pi. set good to fine mint, and set used with some duplicates, varied condition. (28). S.G. 60-71.
1255 £130
Cyprus: 1912-15 10pa. to 45pi. set, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', 1/2pi. has missing corner, others mainly fine with gum. S.G. 74-84s, cat. 500. Photo.
1256 £140
Cyprus: 1912-15 10pa. to 45pi. set with additional 9pi. shade good to fine mint, 2pi. with broken bottom left triangle, and set used with some duplicates, one 6pi. with broken bottom left triangle, varied condition. (26). S.G. 74-84.
1257 £160
Cyprus: 1921-23 10pa. to 45pi. set, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G. 85-99s, cat. 650. Photo.
1258 £160
Cyprus: 1921-23 10pa. to 45pi. set (less 9pi.) good to fine mint, and set (less 6pi.) used in mixed condition. (28). S.G. 85-99. Photo.
1259 £230
Cyprus: 1921-23 10s. and 1 overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine and fresh with gum. S.G. 100.101s, cat. 550. Photo.
1260 £140
Cyprus: 1921-23 10s. green and red on pale yellow mint, patch of disturbed gum at foot otherwise fine. S.G. 100, cat. 375. Photo.
1261 £110
Cyprus: 1921-23 10s. green and red on pale yellow mint, a few light surface marks and light vertical gum crease otherwise fine. S.G. 100, cat. 375. Photo.
1262 £500
Cyprus: 1921-23 1 purple and black on red fine mint. S.G. 101, cat. 1,200. Photo.
1263 £480
Cyprus: 1921-23 1 purple and black on red fine mint. S.G. 101, cat. 1,200. Photo.
1264 £80
Cyprus: 1924-28 1 purple and black on red, fine mint. S.G. 102, cat. 300.
1265 £100
Cyprus: 1924-28 1 purple and black on red fine mint. S.G. 102, cat. 300. Photo.
1266 £300
Cyprus: 1924 1/2 pi. colour trials in purple and chestnut, orange and black, sage-green and purple, and green and red on yellow, on gummed watermarked paper, three with faults but scarce. (4). Photo.
1267 £380
Cyprus: 1924-28 5 black on yellow, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' in red, fine and fresh with gum. S.G. 117as, cat. 1,000. Photo.
1268 £350
Cyprus: 1924-28 5 black on yellow overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine with gum. S.G. 117as, cat. 1000. Photo.
1269 £1300
Cyprus: 1924-28 Script 5 black on yellow, a fine and fresh mint example from lower-left corner of sheet, most attractive. S.G. 117a, cat 3,000. Photo.
1270 £220
Cyprus: 1928 Anniversary 3/4pi. to 1 set, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G. 123-132s, cat. 650. Photo.
1271 | £160
Cyprus: 1955-60 1m. to 1 set, all in fine unmounted mint corner blocks of four. S.G. 173-187.
1273 | £550
Cyprus: A mainly mint selection, incl. 1912-15 MCA 10pa. to 45pi., 1921-23 to 45pi., 10s., 1924-28 to 90pi. overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', also mint to 90pi., 1928 Anniversary 3/4pi. to 1 set, 1960-61 2m. to 1 set unmounted, etc., varied condition. (169).
1274 | £380
Cyprus: A collection of issues from 1924 to 1935 on leaves comprising 1924-28 and 1925 1/4pi. to 90pi. mint and used (90pi. used with forged cancel), a few duplicates used, 1928 Anniversary set to 1 mint and used, 1934 1/4pi. to 45pi. set mint and used, and 1935 Jubilee set mint and used, varied condition but mainly fine. (95).
1275 | £180
Cyprus: A selection from 1881 to 1894 incl. 1886 (May-June) 8mm 1/2 on CC 1/2pi. used (S.G. 28, colour affected), 1/2 on CA 1/2pi. mint, used (3) one with large ''1'' at left variety, 1892-94 1/2pi. with ''POSTAL SURCHARGE'' overprint used, 30pa. with damaged ''US'' variety used, etc., varied condition. (21).
1277 | £200
Cyprus: Covers: A selection of covers and cards incl. 1721 Venetian period stampless cover, 1892-94 30pa. (3) used on 2pi. registered stationery envelope to Beirut, 1894-96 30pa. used on 1/2 pi. stationery card to Germany, K.E.VII (4) incl. 1904-10 1/2pi. block of seven on cover to U.S.A. with one showing broken top left triangle variety (cover crease through stamps), and K.G.V (4), mixed condition. (11).
1278 | £65
Cyprus: A selection of unmounted mint multiples from 1928 to 1965 incl. 1928 Anniversary 11/2d. block of 18 (3 x 6), 1934 6pi. corner block of 24 (6 x 4) with Waterlow imprint, 1948 Wedding 11/2pi. pair, one showing extra decoration variety, etc., also German propaganda forgery ''This War is a Jewish War'' 1/2d. green ''used'', varied condition, mainly fine.
1279 £150
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: Subjects: Essays: 1865 10pa. Prevost essay (3) without overprint, black, brown on wove paper and in red on laid paper, fine. Photo.
1280 £220
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: Subjects: Essays: 1866 Riester essays depicting two Sphinx eagle and star in brown (2), green, red and blue with ornamentation at top, all on thin wove paper, fine. Photo.
1281 £210
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1867 The National Bank Note Co. essays, 20pa. in brown, 1pi. in green and 2pi. in lilac all on thin paper, good to fine. Photo.
1282 £350
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: Subjects: Essays: 1869 Prevost essays with ''00'' value, six in different colours (three on coloured paper) with Turkish inscription at right (except one with inscription on design),fine. Photo.
1285 £190
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: Subjects: Essays: 1874 The Continental Bank Note Co. 20pa. essay in blue and black on card, fine. Photo.
1286 | £130
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1866 (Jan.) Imperforate plate proofs of 5pa. (2), 10pa., 20pa. (2), 1pi. (2), 2pi. (2), 5pi. (2) and 10pi. (2), all in issued colours, mainly fine. (13).
1287 | £550
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1866 (Jan.) a selection, comprising 5pa. unused perf. 13 x 13, used (2), 10pa. unused, used (2), 20pa. used (3), 1pi. used (3), 2pi. (unused (2) and used, 5pi. unused (3), 10pi. unused (4), varied condition. (24).
1288 | £150
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1866 (Jan.) a selection, incl. 10pi. slate imperforate, range of forgeries, etc., varied condition. (22).
1289 | £120
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1866 (Jan.) 5pa. grey, a mainly unused selection, incl. imperforate, perf. 13 x 121/2 (2), 121/2 x 13 (2), etc., varied condition. (16).
1290 | £150
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1866 (Jan.) 10pa. brown, a selection, incl. imperforate, perf. 13 x 121/2 unused and used (2), etc., varied condition. (23).
1291 | £200
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1866 (Jan.) 20pa. pale blue, a selection, incl. imperforate vertical pair and two singles, perf. 13 x 121/2 unused and used pair, etc., varied condition. (19).
1292 £150
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1866 (Jan.) 1pi. claret, showing broken Arabic inscription, used on large part 1867 entire. Photo.
1293 | £210
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1866 (Jan.) 1pi. claret, a selection, incl. imperforate, perf. 13 x 13 used (3), varieties, etc., varied condition. (32).
1294 £190
Egypt: The Dennis H Clarke Collection: 1866 (Jan.) 1pi. claret, perf. 121/2 in an unused block of four, some imperfections, otherwise fine and scarce. S.G. 4. Photo.
1295 | £190
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1866 (Jan.) 2pi. yellow, a selection, incl. imperforate, perf. 13 x 121/2 unused and used, etc., varied condition. (12).
1296 £160
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1866 (Jan.) 2pi. yellow, bisected and used on piece from Alexandria, fine. Photo.
1298 £70
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1866 (Jan.) 10pi. imperforate proof in slate without overprint, fine. Photo.
1299 £100
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1866 (Jan.) 10pi. slate, variety imperforate, fine unused. Photo.
1301 | £140
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1867-71 5pa. orange-yellow, a selection, incl. a mint block of four, unused single showing ''chain'' variety, etc., varied condition. (22).
1302 | £220
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1867-71 10pa. dull lilac, a selection, incl. one with horned obelisk mint, extra Arabic letter used, extra Arabic letter partially removed used, etc., varied condition. (26).
1303 | £190
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1867-71 20pa. deep blue-green, a selection, incl. imperforate printed both sides used, variety blank obelisk used, etc., varied condition. (32).
1304 | £280
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1867-71 1pi. dull rose-red, a selection, incl. mint blocks of four (2), variety broken obelisk mint in pair with normal, some covers, etc., varied condition. (82).
1306 | £220
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1872-75 10pa. mauve, perf. 121/2 x 131/2, in an unmounted mint block (5 x 4) from the right of the sheet, fine. S.G. 29. The property of another vendor.
1307 | £580
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1874-75 a collection in an album, incl. 10pa. mint block of six with one horizontal tte-bche pair, 1pi. mint block of four with one horizontal tete-beche pair, 1pi. mint block of four showing extra row of horizontal perfs, 5pi. mint marginal block of four, cancellations, forgeries, etc., varied condition. (222).
1308 £65
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1874-75 5pa brown, a mint horizontal pair, left stamp showing ''man in the moon'' flaw at top-right, fine, unlisted. Photo.
1309 £140
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1874-75 5pi. green, watermark upright, in a fine unmounted mint block of four from right of sheet, fresh appearance. S.G. 41, cat. 220+. Photo.
1310 | £420
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1878 (Dec.) a collection of the surcharged issue, incl. 5 on 21/2pi. imperforate mint,, 10 on 21/2pi. mint pair from lower-right corner of sheet showing corner marks, 10 on 21/2pi. surcharge inverted used, blocks, perfs, etc., varied condition. (167).
1311 | £900
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1879-1922 a collection in three albums, incl. 1879 5m. pale brown showing Arabic words at base joined, used, 20pa. blue with watermark upright mint, 1888-1909 4m. vermilion in an imperforate plate proof block of four, multiples, covers, etc., varied condition. (few 100's).
1312 £300
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1879 die proof of the central vignette with uncleared surround in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), undated and unstamped fine. Photo.
1313 £130
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1879 5pa., die proof in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), undated and unstamped, very fine. Photo.
1314 £220
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1879 10pa., die proof in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), dated '' Nov 6, 1878'' and stamped ''BEFORE HARDENING'', fine. Photo.
1315 £250
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1879 10pa., die proof in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), dated '' Nov 7, 1878'' and stamped ''BEFORE HARDENING'', corrected to ''AFTER HARDENING'' fine. Photo.
1316 £180
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1879 10pa., die proof in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), undated and unstamped, very fine. Photo.
1317 £200
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1879 20pa., die proof in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), undated and unstamped, very fine. Photo.
1318 £160
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1879 20pa., die proof in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), dated '' Nov 19, 1878'' and stamped ''BEFORE HARDENING'', fine. Photo.
1319 £240
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1879 20pa., die proof in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), dated '' Nov 20, 1878'' and stamped ''AFTER HARDENING'', fine. Photo.
1320 £160
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1879 (April) 20pa. pale blue with watermark upright, in a fine and fresh mint block of four, scarce. S.G. 46. Photo.
1321 £130
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1879 1pi., die proof in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), undated and unstamped, very fine. Photo.
1322 £180
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1879 5pi., die proof in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), undated and unstamped, very fine. Photo.
1323 | £70
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1879 Postal Notice regarding the new T.P.O. from Cairo to Alexandria, scarce.
1324 | £85
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1880-88 registration receipts (4), all from Cairo, fair to good.
1325 | £60
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1884 (Feb. 1) 20pa. on 5pi. green, a selection, incl. surcharge inverted mint and used (2), etc., varied condition. (46).
1327 £260
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1888-1909 1m. brown and 5m. rose-carmine, also 1pi. blue, in imperforate plate proof blocks of four on gummed watermarked paper, fine. Photo.
1328 £220
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1888-1909 1m. deep brown and 2m. blue-green in mint corner blocks of four showing current number ''1'' and dated ''11 NOV 87'' , ''12 JUN 89'' in top margin, also 2pi. orange-brown block of four from lower-right corner of sheet showing plate number no. ''1'' and dated ''1.JUN.92'' and initialed, all ex De La Rue printer's file, some marginal faults but stamps are unmounted, scarce. Photo.
1329 £200
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1888-1909 2m., die proof in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), dated '' 9 JUL 07'' and stamped ''BEFORE/HARDENING'', endorsed on reverse ''Rectified Die-left hand side pyramid lightened'' fine. Photo.
1330 £350
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1888-1909 2m., die proof in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), dated '' 27 JUL 87'' and stamped ''AFTER/STRIKING'', fine and a rare proof. Photo.
1331 £140
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1888-1909 3m. and 5m stamp sized proofs in black on card, dated on reverse ''14/9/91'' and ''12/8/87'' also 1881-1902 20pa. similar proof dated ''23/6/86'', fine. Photo.
1332 £220
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1888-1909 4m., die proof in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), dated '' 19 SEP 06'' and stamped ''BEFORE/HARDENING'', fine. Photo.
1333 £200
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1888-1909 4m. vermilion block of four with plate number ''1'' dated ''7 MAY 1912'' and initials, 5m. rose-carmine block of six with plate number ''5'', dated ''16 JAN 1913'' and initialed twice, also 1881-1902 5pi. pale grey block of four with plate number ''2'', dated ''9/1/11'' and initialed twice, ex De La Rue Printer's file, some faults, scarce. Photo.
1334 £290
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1888-1909 5m. die proof in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), dated ''5 MAR 97'' and stamped ''BEFORE/STRIKING'', fine. Photo.
1335 £140
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1888-1909 5m. stamp sized proof in black on card mounted on piece from the printer's daybook with notation ''July 9. 240 Leads & 8 extra'' and ''Nicked'', fine. Photo.
1336 £240
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1888-1909 5m. stamp sized proof in black on card mounted on piece from the printer's daybook with notation ''March 11. 240 Leads'' and ''Repeats Nos. 2 & 3'', fine. Photo.
1337 £350
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1888-1909 10pi., die proof in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), dated ''23 OCT 88'' and stamped ''AFTER/HARDENING'', also initialed ''HG'',fine and unusual. Photo.
1338 | £40
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1901 (Jan. 10) A certificate granted by the ''Omdah'' of Tessfalah, being a work permit and character reference. Issued on official Egyptian watermarked paper, bearing 5m. rose-carmine block of six and each signed.
1339 | £130
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1914 Pictorial 1m. to 200m. set of imperforate proofs on unwatermarked gummed paper, with extra 1m. pair and single, 2m. pair and two singles, 3m., 4m. and 5m. pair and single of each, 10m., also pairs on watermarked paper 1m. (2), 2m. 2), 3m. (2), 4m.,, 5m. (2), 10m., 20m. and 200m., mainly fine.
1340 | £120
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1914 (Jan. 8) 1m. (2), 2m. (3), 3m. (3), 4m. (2), 5m. (2) and 10m. (2) all in mint horizontal complete rows of ten from top or base of sheet showing plate numbers, also all showing printer's ''quoin'' marks, mainly fine.
1341 | £90
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1915 (Oct. 15) 2m. on 3m. yellow-orange, a mint and used selection, incl. range of flaws, two cards and a cover, etc., fair to fine. (39).
1342 £130
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: Postage Dues: 1867 stampless envelope From Cairo to Alexandria, bearing rare handstruck ''80'' postage due mark in blue. Photo.
1343 £210
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: Postage Dues: 1868 (Apr. 25) stampless entire from Pisa in Italy, addressed to the Italian Consulate in Cairo, manuscript ''8'' rate mark, bearing scarce handstruck ''1'' charge mark of the Egyptian P.O. in Cairo . Ex Wolfsbauer Exhibit collection. Photo.
1344 £140
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: Postage Dues: 1869 (Dec. 16) stampless entire addressed to the Italian Consulate in Cairo from Alexandria, bearing scarce handstruck ''80'' charge mark. Ex Wolfsbauer Exhibit collection. Photo.
1345 £170
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: Revenues: 1887-1922 three documents, one with Pyramid and Sphinx 6pi. impressed stamp, other with Pyramid 6pi. impressed stamp, other with provisonal ''3'' handstamp, all with albino ''GOUVERNMENT EGYPTIEN'', rare. Photo.
1346 | £300
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: Revenues: Cigarette Tax: A collection in an album, incl. a comprehensive range of issues and values, etc., varied condition. (196).
1347 £90
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: Revenues: Permit: 1892 vertical format 1pi., 2pi., 5pi., horizontal format 5pi., 10pi. and 25pi., single and block of four of each, fine unmounted mint. Photo.
1348 £160
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: Salt Tax: 1892 imperforate proofs of the 10m., 500m., E1, E2, E5 all in blocks of four in black, also 10m., 500m. and E1 singles, mainly fine. Photo.
1349 | £320
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: Revenues: Salt Tax: A used collection in an album, incl. good range of town and village cancels, majority hand picked, etc., mainly fine. (approx. 320).
1350 | £210
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: Salt Tax: A selection, incl. 1892 250m., 500m., 1L., 2L. and 5L. in mint blocks of four, 1896 and 1897 Renewed Licence, etc., varied condition. (74).
1351 £130
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1865 (Mar. 4) Printed Notice announcing that the Egyptian Railways will cease to carry packages, these to be handled in future by the Egyptian Postal Services, a rare item. Ex Byam. Photo.
1352 £150
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1866 (May 5) entire from Cairo to Alexandria, bearing 1pi. claret (3, one damaged), a rare triple rate cover. Photo.
1353 £140
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1866 (Oct. 10) entire from Mansura to Alexandria, bearing 1pi. claret tied by ''POSTE VICE-REALIZIANE/MANSURA'' c.d.s., also red crayon ''dalla Stazione'' instructional routing mark, interesting item. Photo.
1354 £360
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1871 (Aug. 25) large part wrapper from Suez to Cairo, franked by 1867-71 1pi. tied by ''V.R.POSTE EGITAINE/SUEZ'' c.d.s. and a good strike of the scarce ''DALLA STAZIONE'' (from the station). Feltz records only 22 items. Photo.
1355 £160
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1874 (Feb. 22) envelope from Cairo to Italy, franked by 1872-75 20pa. blue and 2pi. chrome-yellow, below has fine boxed ''PD'' (paid to destination), rare. Photo.
1356 £1100
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: Hotel Posts: 1874 (April 18) large part envelope from Cairo to Germany, franked by 1872-75 5pi. yellow-green (2) making quadruple rate, bearing rare double lined oval ''HOTEL DU NIL/CAIRE (EGYPTE)''. Photo.
1357 £300
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1874 (July 4) envelope from Cairo to Austria, franked by 1872-75 20pa. blue and 2pi. chrome-yellow, below has a fine strike of the rare ''Franca'' (paid to destination) handstamp. Photo.
1358 £290
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1874 (Sept. 30) entire from Cairo to Tanta, franked by 1872-75 1pi. tied by the very rare usage of the italic ''Franca'' in black. Ex Wolfsbauer Exhibit collection. Photo.
1359 | £90
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: Maritime: A selection of maritime cancellations, comprising 1879 5pa.. pair with ''Dopo la Partenza'', 10pa. and 5pi. with ''Dopo la/Partenza'' latter in red, 1888-1909 1m. and 2m. pairs with ''APRES DEPART'', good to fine. Photo.
1360 | £70
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1883 (Oct. 5) envelope used on the Mail Boat Service, franked by 1879 1pi. rose tied by ''MANZALEH'' c.d.s. in red with another strike alongside on reverse has Mansourah and Cairo c.d.s's, few imperfections.
1361 £340
Egypt: The Dennis Clarke Collection: 1884 (May 24) envelope to Cairo bearing 20pa. on 5pf. green, vertical pair, tied by ''BENI-MAZAR'' c.d.s., with another strike alongside, rare. Photo.
1362 £520
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Essays: 1922 Harrison & Sons engraved 5m. die proof of the frame only in red-brown on wove paper (52 x 86mm), fine and rare. Photo.
1363 £210
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Essays: 1922 Harrison & Sons engraved 5m. die proof in deep green on wove paper (98 x 71mm), stamped ''14 DEC 1922'' on reverse, one minor tone spot, otherwise fine. Photo.
1364 £160
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Essays: 1922 Harrison & Sons photogravure imperforate 5m blue and 5m. red-brown on Harrison and Sons watermarked paper gummed, 10m. in red on Star and Crescent watermarked paper with gum, 50m. brown and green on Star and Crescent watermarked paper ungummed, fine. Photo.
1365 £140
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Essays: 1922 Harrison & Sons engraved 5m. die proof in sepia on wove paper (104 x 75mm), stamped ''14 DEC 1922'' on reverse, few minor tone spots, otherwise fine. Photo.
1366 £180
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Essays: 1922 Harrison & Sons engraved 5m. die proof in deep blue on wove paper (104 x 74mm), stamped ''14 DEC 1922'' on reverse, fine. Photo.
1367 £150
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Essays: 1922 Harrison & Sons engraved 5m. die proof in red on wove paper (70 x 70mm), fine. Photo.
1368 £270
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Essays: 1922 Harrison & Sons engraved 5m. die proof in orange on wove paper (75 x 82mm), fine. Photo.
1369 £150
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Essays: 1922 Harrison & Sons engraved 5m. die proof in blue on wove paper (112 x 85mm), fine. Photo.
1370 £750
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Essays: 1922 Harrison & Sons engraved 5m. die proof in black on wove paper (61 x 73mm), fine. Photo.
1371 £120
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Essays: 1922 Harrison & Sons photogravure perforated 133/4 x 14 5m. red-brown, 10m. red, 15m. blue and 50m. grey all on gummed (50m. ungummed) watermarked paper, fine. Photo.
1372 £950
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Essays: 1922 Harrison & Sons 15m. reduced size 15m. in blue and 15m. in brown on unwatermarked ungummed paper, both in se-tenant blocks of four, also two 15m. essays by the Survey Department of Egypt, two different types, fine. Photo.
1373 £110
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Essays: 1922 Harrison & Sons photogravure imperforate 15m. in blue (with larger Arabic ''5'') vertical pair, 20m. in deep green block of four, both on unwatermarked ungummed paper, some slight creasing, otherwise fine. Photo.
1374 £300
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Essays: 1922 Harrison & Sons photogravure imperforate 50m. in green in block of four on ungummed, unwatermarked paper (63 x 85mm). Photo.
1375 £1800
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Essays: 1922 Harrison & Sons photogravure imperforate E1 two impressions in brown on unwatermarked wove paper (88 x 53mm), first has hand painting around head, the other has the head cut out, probably for use in another composite essay, unusual and rare. Photo.
1376 £1800
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Essays: 1922 Harrison & Sons photogravure imperforate E1 composite essay with frame in blue overlaid on red centre with hand painting around head on thin card (50 x 76mm), very rare. Photo.
1377 £380
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Essays: 1922 Harrison & Sons photogravure imperforate E1 in green on unwatermarked wove paper (40 x 52mm), fine. Photo.
1378 £190
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Essays: 1922 Harrison & Sons photogravure imperforate E1 in black on unwatermarked wove paper (37 x 37mm), fine. Photo.
1379 | £140
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 imperforate colour trials, 1m. orange, 1m. dark brown, 2m. red-brown pair, 2m. pale black, 3m. red-brown, 5m. red-brown pairs (2), all on ungummed, thick unwatermarked paper, fine.
1380 £1400
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 imperforate colour trials, 3m. brown pair, 5m. red-brown blocks of four (2 in different shades) and a pair, 20m. dark green, 50m. blue-green block of four, 100m. mauve block of four, 200m. purple pair and E1 blue and deep purple pair, all on thin unwatermarked ungummed paper, varied condition. Photo.
1381 £480
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 imperforate colour trial in red-brown (lighter shade than issued), on thick unwatermarked paper, block (6 x 10), manuscript endorsements on reverse ''3 mils brown, red and yellow shinier with ... add ... to alter the brown shade no ... in last printing'' and ''This does not dry as fast as benzine and it is better to use the slower dryer'' some creasing, otherwise a fine and rare item. Photo.
1382 £250
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 5m. imperforate colour trial in red-brown (lighter shade than issued), on thick unwatermarked paper, vertical strip of nine with manuscript ''same ink acridition as A Small cylinder'', all creased, scarce. Photo.
1383 £550
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 imperforate colour trials, 4m. red-brown block of four, 5m. red-brown pairs (2, different shades), 10m. brown block of four, 15m. brown block of four, 50m. blue-green, 100m. purple and mauve pair, 200m. mauve pair, all on thin unwatermarked ungummed paper, mainly fine. Photo.
1384 | £110
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 imperforate colour trials, 10m. brown, 10m. dark rose pair, 15m. brown, all on thick unwatermarked ungummed paper, also 15m. black pair, 15m. apple-green and 15m. blue block of four (with large Arabic ''5'') on gummed watermarked paper, fine.
1385 £800
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 imperforate colour trials, 10m. rose on gummed watermarked paper, block of six (3 x 2) from lower-left corner of sheet showing two Printers marks pointing out minor flaws which were not corrected. This block comes from the only known pane. Charles Hass Certificate (1992) for the whole pane. (Ex Byam and Danson.). Photo.
1386 £750
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 1m., 2m., 3m., 4m., 5m. and 15m. in marginal blocks of four, each overprinted ''CANCELLED'' by Harrison and Sons, mainly fine with gum. Photo.
1387 | £4200
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 A selection of complete panes (10 x 10) comprising 1m. (8, one without control), 2m. (4, one without control), 3m. (4, one without control, two stamps missing), 4m. (6), 5m. (5, one without control), 10m. (4, one with pair missing), 20m. (2, one without control with pair missing), 50m. (no margin at right), mainly good to fine a rare group
1388 £380
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Trials for coils, 5m. vertical strip of ten with one coil join, horizontal strip of six with one coil join, also single showing clutch marks, all overprinted ''CANCELLED'', fine and very scarce. Photo.
1389 | £320
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 5m. perforation 14 trials, (issued stamps were perf. 13/12) two mint blocks of four, one variety imperforate between horizontally, other imperforate vertically, fine. mint.
1390 £140
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24, 20m. and 100m. pair used on complete 1926 Parcel Card for a parcel from Ghuhia to Bordeaux, scarce. Photo.
1391 | £4200
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 a selection on leaves, incl. E1 in used blocks of fifteen and ten, range of flaws and retouches, covers, etc., varied condition. (100's).
1392 | £140
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 a duplicated accumulation in packets, incl. 100m. mint (12), E1 used (48), etc., varied condition. (many 100's).
1393 | £1200
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 a collection in an album, incl. control blocks, flaws and retouches, E1 used (23), etc., varied condition. Thought to originally belong to Wm. Byam. (100's).
1394 | £820
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 a mainly used collection on leaves, incl. retouches and plate flaws, much duplication, value to 1 (12), etc., varied condition. (100's).
1395 | £2500
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 a collection of controls, mostly in blocks of four or six, comprising 1m. (8), 2m. (6), 3m. (3), 4m. (4, with one block of four with no control), 5m. (50, incl. block of six with no control), 10m. (6),, 15m. (9), 20m. (4), 50m. (2), 100m. (2, one block of four without control, 200m. block of four without control, mainly good to fine mint.
1396 £1900
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Booklets: 1923 120m. booklet complete, rare. Photo.
1397 £1250
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1923-24 Officials: 1924-25 5m. and 10m. used on large 1925 O.H.E.M.S. envelope addressed to Hawaii, a very scarce destination. Photo.
1398 £4200
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: Revenues: 1923-24(circa) Consular Service, imperforate 200m. blue essays mounted on gilt edged presentation cards (3, 88 x 113mm) handstamped ''HARRISON & SONS, LTD.'' and marked ''A'', ''B'' and ''C'', also E2 on similar presentation card marked ''A'', fine and attractive. Photo.
1399 £520
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1932 50m. on 50p. and 100m. on E1 both with ''SPECIMEN'' receiving authority handstamps, without gum and rounded corner perf on 100m. on E1, very rare. Photo.
1400 £450
Egypt: The John Sears Collection: 1932 50m. on 50p. and 100m. on E1 photographic proof of the surcharges only, both with cropped corners with pinholes, also mint and used sets. Photo.
1401 £80
Fiji: 1912-23 die II 1 mint, rather heavy hinge remainder otherwise fine, S.G. 137a, cat. 250, also British Solomon Is. 1914-23 1 unused with faults. Photo.
1403 | £130
Gibraltar: 1871-72 two entires to the same official in Gibraltar. the first dated 1871 November 3, franked by 1867-80 6d. plate 9 KE and 1864-79 1d. plate 124 NH, MG, cancelled by Cheltenham duplexes with ''S'' in circle denoting routed overland through Spain, other dated 1872 December 4, endorsed ''Via Southampton'', franked by 1872-73 6d. plate 11 HG cancelled by Dublin duplex.
1404 £920
Gibraltar: 1925-32 5 violet and black, unmounted mint example from top-right corner of sheet showing plate and sheet number, some gum bubbles and dealers handstamp on gum, otherwise fine. S.G. 108, cat. 1,300. Photo.
1405 | £80
Gibraltar: 1938-51 a used selection, incl. 5s. and 10s. perf. 14., good to fine. (36).
1406 £100
Gibraltar: 1938-51 2d. grey perf. 131/2 watermark sideways, mint, few creases, few stain spots, otherwise fine. S.G. 124ab. Photo.
1407 £220
Gibraltar: 1971 Decimal Currency 7p. and 10p. se-tenant pairs, both with variety watermark Crown to right of CA, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 271bw, 277bw, cat. 310. Photo.
1409 £3500
Gibraltar: 1973 Discovery of Gibraltar Skull 4p. showing the rare variety gold (GIBRALTAR) omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 310a, Pierron cat GR620MCa. Approximately five examples have been recorded of this very rare variety which results in the loss of the country name. Copies were reported to have been discovered in presentation packs. The centring of the design on all examples is low, but lower on some than others, suggesting that more than one row or column of a sheet was affected by the error. Photo.
1411 £190
Gibraltar: 1987 Guns, twelve photographic proofs of the central designs only, fine and unusual. Photo.
1412 £260
Gilbert and Ellice Islands: Early Letters: 1908 (July 18) Wreck of the S.S. ''Aeon'' at Christmas Island, a large cover from the New York agency of the Standard Bank of South Africa Ltd, sent from Wall Street on June 27 and addressed to New Zealand, showing fine strike of two line cachet in red ''DAMAGED IN WRECK/OF S.S. AEON'' and parts of two New Zealand Officially Sealed labels on reverse the adhesives unsurprisingly missing. A rare and attractive item, very little mail from the wreck having been salvaged. R.P.S. certificate (2004). Photo.
1413 | £130
Gilbert and Ellice Islands: A mint selection incl. 1939-55 Waterlow 1d., De La Rue 11/2d. and 1s., each in a complete sheet of sixty, odd trivial imperfection but mainly fine unmounted mint, 1946 Victory set perforated ''SPECIMEN'' (slight faults), 1949 Silver Wedding 1 imprint and plate block of eight (seven unmounted), U.P.U. blocks of ten (1d. and 2d. in full sheets of sixty, also 1971 handpainted essay for a 35c. value depicting ''Coconut Husk Toy Boat'' also similar pencil sketch . etc., chiefly fine. (approx. 330).
1415 £450
Gilbert and Ellice Islands: Cancellations and Covers: Abemama: Envelope to Switzerland bearing 1911 Pandanus 1/2d., 1d. and 2d., each marginal from the left of the sheet, with Overprint 2d., each cancelled by fine diagonal strike of ''ABEMAMA.'' type 4 handstamp in violet with additional strike (tying 1/2d. selvedge) used with red ms. ''R. No. 1'' for registration, backstamped Berne arrival of Jan. 17 1913. Mention is made of this cover by Vernon (p. 3.7). Rare. R.P.S. certificate (2000). Photo.
1416 | £210
Gilbert and Ellice Islands: Cancellations and Covers: Abemama: Envelope to Switzerland bearing 1911 Pandanus 1/2d., 1d. and 2d., each marginal from the left of the sheet, with Overprint 2d., each cancelled by fine diagonal strike of ''ABEMAMA.'' type 4 handstamp in violet with additional strike (tying 1/2d. selvedge) used with red ms. ''R. No. 1'' for registration, backstamped. Mention is made of this cover by Vernon (p. 3.7). Rare. R.P.S. certificate (2000), type 17 undated cancellation tying Key Plate 1/2d. and 1d. (marginal) paying 11/2d. rate on envelope to England and 11/2d. with 2d., 21/2d. and type R$ handstamp on 1938 registered cover to Sydney, also strikes on unstamped O.H.M.S. cover to Maude at Beru and tying 1939-55 1d. to cover to Maude at Etani-Banaba, and U.S. Forces, two censored servicemen's covers with U.S. Navy cancellations, the first 1944 (July 24) 6c. airmail envelope to Ohio endorsed from ''USS L.C.T. 252/Navy 809'' and with interesting enclosed letter, the other (Sept. 11) to Boston franked 1c. (4) endorsed ''US Naval Air Bse/Navy 809 F.P.O.'', also 1945 (Jan. 3) U.S. airmail envelope addressed to a member of ''H'' Company (Casual) of the G.E.I. Corps at Butaritari, franked 1d. cancelled type 26, fair to fine. (8 items).
1417 | £110
Gilbert and Ellice Islands: Cancellations and Covers: Aranuka: Stampless O.H.M.S. envelope addressed to the District Officer at Betio, with fair to good strike of scarce type 11 cancellation in violet, later state with ''I'' of ''ISLAND'' almost missing, also a good large part strike on Key Plate 1/2d. pair. Ex Taylor, also Type 17 undated cancellation (in use from Feb. 1937), five envelopes showing fine strikes on 1937 Coronation set on registered local ''Ross'' envelope and on Key Plate adhesives: 1/2d. (3) on local ''Maude'' envelope, 11/2d. on 1938 envelope to Sydney, 1/2d. on corner Pl. no. ''10 '' pair on local ''Ross'' envelope and on 1/2d. with 1d. pairs on 1940 registered ''Wells'' cover to England, the last three with arrival backstamps. (7 items).
1419 | £120
Gilbert and Ellice Islands: Cancellations and Covers: Butaritari: A selection of pieces and covers bearing Pandanus issues incl. type 1 violet cancellations variously dated, incl. full sets on covers, type 4a ''P.O./BUTARITARI'' two line handstamp in violet, cancelling Pandanus 1d. on small piece additionally showing blue ''S.S. B'' from the straight line handstamp of the S.S. ''Brunner'', also 943 (Dec. 28) censored airmail envelope franked 6c. cancelled by ''U.S. ARMY POSTAL SERVICE/A.P.O.'' cancellation (similar to Jersey type 7) without P.O. number (the reason for this not apparent, instruction to again include the number having been issued in March) with violet handstamp of a first engineer in the Transportation Corps at A.P.O. 27 (number inserted in ms.), resealed and handstamped (Base 2429), etc. (18 items)
1420 | £170
Gilbert and Ellice Islands: Cancellations and Covers: Fanning Island: 1924 (Apr. 30) (2) and 1928 (Sept. 7) (2), four envelopes registered to Dunedin, also 1937, 1938, nine envelopes (one registered) with type 22 c.d.s. cancellations in black or violet, variously addressed and bearing a range of New Zealand adhesives, U.S. Forces, 1943-44, seven (self) censored envelopes sent from A.P.O. 967 (Jersey type 9 c.d.s.) by Sgt. A.J. Swails, the Army Postmaster, to his wife in Pennsylvania, six being stampless and endorsed ''Free'', the other (for no obvious reason) bearing airmail 6c., and incl. one sent 1943 (Feb. 14) on first day of use, also 1943 incoming envelope from Newfoundland.
1421 | £190
Gilbert and Ellice Islands: Cancellations and Covers: Funafuti: An extensive collection of covers etc. in a binder, incl. 1919 (Dec. 20) two ''Wilson'' envelopes registered to Birmingham cancelled fine type 2a c.d.s.'s in black, ms. registration markings, type 11 on full 1911 Overprint set on piece, type 18 covers (15) with 1933 to Aberdeen bearing 3d., 1941 stampless O.H.M.S. to Wellington, 1944 (Feb. 1 and May 23) full definitive sets on unaddressed dealers' envelopes, (Oct. 25, latest date recorded) to Suva, U.S. Forces covers (5), type 28 incl. 1946 Victory f.d.c. with unlisted O.O. cachet on reverse, later types to 1990 incl. flown covers, fair to fine. (101 covers + adhesives and pieces).
1422 | £95
Gilbert and Ellice Islands: Cancellations and Covers: Hull Island: 1940 (June 4) ''Tubb'' envelope to New South Wales bearing 1939 1/2d. (2) and 1d. cancelled by two parallel ink lines with ms. ''Hull Island/G&E. I.C. June 4/40'' and initialled A.C., the last date on which ms. cancellations were required, Ex Taylor, also 1944 (Aug. 21) envelope to Fanning Island, franked 1d. cancelled fine type 23 and with large double circle ''GILBERT AND ELLICE ISLANDS/POST OFFICE/HULL ISLAND/(ORONA)'' handstamp at left, some staining.
1423 | £260
Gilbert and Ellice Islands: Cancellations and Covers: Kuria: Collection in a binder incl. type 11 on Key Plate 2d., type 11 on 1d. (both), type 17 on two Maude'' envelopes, one with Key Plate 1/2d. (3), the other with 1d. and 11/2d. (2), three ''Ross'' envelopes (4) with 1/2d. pair and Coronation set (3, registered at Tarawa, one cover readdressed) respectively and ''Wells'' envelope to Grimsby franked 1/2d., 2d. (2) with Ocean Island R7a registration handstamp, type 28 covers (11), 1945 ''Baldwin'' envelope to Sydney bearing 2d. showing ms. ''18/3/45/J. Tebaki/Kuria'' cancellation and with partially cut down type C2 censor cachet No. 8 at left, later c.d.s. and other marks to 1994, good to fine. (59 covers + 5 adhesives).
1424 | £170
Gilbert and Ellice Islands: Cancellations and Covers: Nonouti: Type 11 handstamp in black, very early use cancelling Key Plate 1s. on ''Iremonger'' envelope registered to Bristol with slightly faded Ocean Island registration handstamp type R7 at left, very early use of both marks, 1940 ''Ross'' envelope to Ocean Island, franked 1d. tied by typically indistinct type 11 handstamp in violet, also 1945 (Aug. 13) ''Baldwin'' envelope registered to Sydney, bearing 1939 1/2d., 11/2d. and 3d., each with ms. cancellation ''NONOUTI/13.AUG.45'', Tarawa ms. registration marking at left. (3 items).
1426 | £160
Gilbert and Ellice Islands: Cancellations and Covers: Tarawa: A small accumulation of covers and cancellations on leaves and loose in a small box, incl. 1914 (Jan. 9) registered to Germany with Key Plate 6d. and 1915 (Oct. 28) to Canada franked 1d., both cancelled by fine type 2 c.d.s., 1923 (July 5) ''Iremonger'' envelope registered to Bristol, franked by Key Plate 2d. and 21/2d. cancelled type 2a and with early use of type R18 registration handstamp, type 2 on adhesives, 2a on 1925 ''Wilson'' envelope franked Key Plate 3d. pair, partly blanked-out type C2 ''PASSED BY CENSOR/No. 8'' cachet on 1945 envelope to Fanning Island, 1944 (Sept. 1) ''Baldwin'' envelope to Sydney, franked 2d. tied by variant of type 24a oval datestamp, 1947 large registered cover to London bearing full sheets of the Victory 1d. and 3d., Paid marks, registered, etc., fair to fine. (90 covers + other items).
1434 £90
Hong Kong: 1880 (March-Sept.) 5c. on 8c. bright orange, two examples (one cancelled ''S 1'' of Shanghai), also 10c. on 16c. yellow, good to fine used. S.G. 23, 26. Photo.
1436 | £90
Hong Kong: 1880 (March-Sept.) 10c. on 24c. green, two examples (one cancelled ''S 1'' of Shanghai), also 1898 10c. on 30c. yellowish-green, good to fine used. S.G. 27, 55a.
1437 £11000
Hong Kong: 1880 (Mar.-Dec.) 48c. brown in a fresh mint block of four from the right of the sheet, some minor creasing, otherwise fine and an extremely rare block. Ex Ishikawa. S.G. 31. Photo.
1440 £180
Hong Kong: 1891 (Jan-March) 20c. on 30c., 50c. on 48c. and $1 on 96c., all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', slightly toned with gum. S.G. 45-47s, cat. 850. Photo.
1448 £60
Hong Kong: 1904-10 $10 slate and orange on blue, ''used'' forgery, fine. Brandon certificate (2007). Photo.
1451 £3500
Hong Kong: 1912-21 watermark MCA $5 green and red on green, in a fine and fresh mint block of four from top-right corner of sheet, scarce multiple. S.G. 115, cat 2,600 as singles. Photo.
1453 £120
Hong Kong: 1948 Silver Wedding set, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 171-172, cat 303. Photo.
1454 £800
Hong Kong: 1962-73 $10 on glazed paper fine unmounted mint S.G. 209d, cat. 2,250. Photo.
1456 £70
Hong Kong: 1978 Coronation 20c. with variety blue printing, double, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 373 var. Photo.
1458 £120
Hong Kong: 1981 Public Housing 20c. with variety red (jacket and trousers) omitted, very fine unmounted mint. S.G. 402a, cat. 150. Photo.
1459 £480
Hong Kong: 1983 Hong Kong by night $1.30 with variety silver (value and inscription) omitted, fine unmounted mint, with normal for comparison, rare. S.G. 444a, cat. 1,100. Photo.
1460 £60
Hong Kong: 1987-88 $20 type II unmounted mint horizontal pair, showing perforation shift, fine. S.G. 551B, var. Photo.
1464 | £110
Hong Kong: 1989-91 70c. showing black printing at right double, also $2.30 showing perforation shift resulting in the imprint at left, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 604, 611a var.
1465 £110
Hong Kong: 1989-91 80c. with variety mountains double, in a fine unmounted mint block of four from right of sheet. S.G. 605var. Photo.
1466 £90
Hong Kong: 1989-91 $1.20 showing variety extra imprint at right, fine unmounted mint, most unusual. S.G. 600a var. Photo.
1467 £50
Hong Kong: 1989-91 $1.20 showing variety black imprint at left double, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 607a, var. Photo.
1468 £60
Hong Kong: 1989-91 $5 with variety black inscription at right double, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 612var. Photo.
1469 £585
Hong Kong: 1994 ''Hong Kong 94'' $10 miniature sheet showing variety yellow omitted, fine unmounted mint with normal for comparison. S.G. MS771 var. Photo.
1470 £780
Hong Kong: 1996 New Year $1.90 showing variety yellow printing omitted, fine unmounted mint with normal for comparison. S.G. 784 var. Photo.
1473 £140
Hong Kong: British Post Offices in China: Shanghai: 1904-06 $3 slate and dull blue, used with ''SHANGHAI'' c.d.s., fine. S.G. Z846, cat 300. Photo.
1474 £210
Hong Kong: British Post Offices in China: Shanghai: 1904-06 $5 purple and blue-green, used with ''SHANGHAI'' c.d.s., fine. S.G. Z847, cat 450. Photo.
1475 £750
Hong Kong: British Post Offices in China: 1917-21 Wmk. Mult. Crown CA 1c. to $10 set with two 50c. shades, fine and fresh mint. (18) S.G. 1-17, cat. 2,250+. Photo.
1476 £140
Hong Kong: British Post Offices in China: 1922-27 1c. to $2 set, mainly fine mint. S.G. 18-28, cat 375. Photo.
1477 | £900
Hong Kong: British Post Offices in China: A written up collection on leaves, incl. Amoy, Canton, Chefoo, Foochow, Hankow with 1880 10c. on 12c. blue, Hoihow 1880 10c. on 12c. blue, Ningpo with 1863-71 4c. grey, 8c. orange, 12c. blue, Shanghai with 1862 2c. brown with ''Sunburst'' cancel,Swatow, also Bangkok c.d.s. on880 5c. blue, etc., varied condition. (approx. 313).
1478 £120
India: 1854-55 4a. blue and red Head die III, frame die II, fine used. S.G. 23. Photo.
1479 | £125
India: 1860-64, three envelopes to London with three colour frankings, one incl. 8p. on blued paper, fair to good.
1482 £270
India: 1911-22 3p. to 25r. set with extra 3p. (3), 1/2a. (2), 1a. (3), 11/2a. (3), 2a. (3), 2a.6p. (3), 3a, 4a. (2), 6a. (2), 8a. (3), 12a. (2), 1r., 5r., 10r. shades, mainly fine mint. S.G. 151-191, cat. 500+. Photo.
1483 £80
India: 1911-22 1/2a. imperforate die proof in black on glazed card (63 x 50mm), some scuffing at right, otherwise fine.
1484 £140
India: 1911-22 3a. imperforate proof in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), fine. Photo.
1485 £85
India: 1937-40 9p. photographic stamp sized proof mounted in sunken card (100 x 66mm), fine. Photo.
1487 £160
India: Officials: 1939-42 3p. photographic proof, enlarged design, mounted in sunken card (112 x 82mm), scarce. Photo.
1488 £160
India: Officials: 1939-42 9p. photographic proof, enlarged design, mounted in sunken card (112 x 82mm), scarce. Photo.
1489 | £780
India: A mainly mint collection on leaves and loose, incl. 1926-33 3p. to 25p. set with shades, also 2a.. with variety stop under ''s'' in right value tablet, 1929 Air 8a. with reversed serif, 1935 Silver Jubilee 31/2a. block of six, one showing ''Bird'' flaw, 1937-40 1r. to 25r. (2), Officials with 1912-133p. to 25r. set with shades, etc., varied condition. (220).
1490 | £140
India: An accumulation of covers, cards and pieces, incl. censored mail, crested envelopes, incoming mail, cancellations with Field and Camp P.O's, postal stationery, registered mail, etc., mixed condition. (100's).
1491 | £160
India: Revenues: A selection in two stockbooks, incl. Court Fee overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', values to 1,000r., etc., mixed condition. (100's).
1492 £125
India: China Expeditionary Force: British Railway Administration: 1901 5c. on 1/2c. brown, tied by ''RAILWAY POST OFFICE/TIENTSIN'' on 1901 (May 19th.) wrapper with C.E.F. 1/2a. tied by ''BASE OFFICE'' c.d.s. Photo.
1495 | £140
Indian Convention States: An accumulation in a stockbook and loose, incl. range of covers and cards, duplication, etc. (100's).
1496 £150
Indian Convention States: Chamba: Officials: 1927-39 1r. chocolate and green showing overprint double/thicker print, in an unmounted mint block of six (2 x 3), faintly toned, otherwise fine. S.G. 057var. Photo.
1497 £350
Indian Convention States: Gwalior: 1949 3p. to 12a. set overprinted at the Alizah Printing Press, fine, lightly mounted mint, scarce. S.G. 129-137. Photo.
1498 £170
Indian Convention States: Jind: 1937-38 3p. to 25r. set with extra 3p., 1/2a., 9p., 1a., 1r. (2), 2r., 5r., and 10r., mainly fine mint. S.G. 109-126. Photo.
1499 £170
Indian Convention States: Patiala: 1937-48 3p. to 25r., fine mint. S.G. 80-97. Photo.
1501 | £220
Iraq: 1931 1/2a. to 10r. and 1927 1r. red-brown, 1931 Official to 10r., 1932 to 1/2d. and 1932 Official to 1/2d., mainly fine mint. (54).
1502 £1300
Ireland: 1922 (June-Aug.) Overprinted by Harrison & Sons for Coils, 2d. orange die I vertical coil leader ''Q'' with six stamps attached, fine and rare. S.G. 29. Photo.
1503 £600
Ireland: 1922 (Oct.-Dec.) Dollard 10s. dull grey-blue, fine used. S.G. 46, cat 1,200. Photo.
1504 £140
Ireland: 1922 (Dec.)-1923 Saorstat 1d. mint block of six (2 x 3) one showing variety accent and ''t'' inserted, marginal at right, variety is unmounted mint. S.G. 53, c, cat 225+. Photo.
1506 £350
Ireland: 1932 Eucharistic Congress set, 1933 Holy Year sets (2) and 1934 Athletic 2d. all on f.d.c's, fine. (4 items). Photo.
1507 | £150
Ireland: 1940-49 1/2d.. to 10s. set in unmounted mint blocks of four (1/2d. has two mounted and 8d. is in a strip), mainly fine. S.G. 111-125.
1508 £1700
Ireland: 1940-68 1/2d., 1d. 2d. booklet panes of six and the rare 1d. booklet pane of three with three labels, all inverted watermarks, trimmed perfs at top on 1/2d. and 1d. advert panes, otherwise fine, all from the 1940 booklet. Photo.
1509 £450
Ireland: Booklets: 1946-47 2s. edition no. 29-46 and 1948-50 2s. 6d. edition no. 31-48, both fine. S.G. SB7, SB8, cat. 600. Photo.
1510 | £140
Ireland: A mint selection, incl. 1922-23 120s. mint, Controls with 1922 (Feb.) 1s. S22 (perf.), 1922 (June-Oct.) 2d. T22 (perf.), 10d. (T22 (perf.), 1s. T22 (imperf.), 1922-23 1s. S22 (perf.), etc., varied condition. (approx. 263).
1511 | £190
Ireland: A mint and used collection in binder and on leaves, incl. 1922-23 1/2d. and 1d. coil pairs, one of each showing long ''1'', 1937 2s.6d. mint, etc., varied condition. (100's).
1512 £2100
Jamaica: 1776 entire to London, bearing on reverse a straight line ''PENSACOLA'' (Florida) with another strike below and ''IAMAICA'' also ''3/IV'' Bishopmark, very rare items. Photo.
1513 £160
Jamaica: 1883-97 2d. deep rose, a mint block of six (3 x 2), a little gum toned with some adherences, sweating and separation, one thinned on reverse, nevertheless a scarce multiple. S.G. 18, cat. 1,200+. Photo.
1514 £170
Jamaica: 1964-68 10s. variety blue (''JAMAICA'' etc.) omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 231a, cat. 275, cat. 275. Photo.
1515 £90
Jamaica: 1968 Human Rights 3d. showing variety gold (flame) omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 272a, cat. 100. Photo.
1517 £240
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1912-21 1c. to 20r. set with extra 3c., 6c., 10c., 25c. (3), 75c. (4), and 1r., mainly fine mint. S.G. 44-60. Photo.
1518 £320
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1912-21 1r. (4), 2r., 3r., 4r. (2), 5r., 10r. and 20r. black and purple on red, good to fine mint. S.G. 53-59, cat. 740. Photo.
1519 £190
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1912-21 20r. purple and blue on blue, fine and fresh lightly mounted mint. S.G. 60, cat. 400. Photo.
1520 £110
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1921-22 2r., 3r. and 5r., good to fine mint. S.G. 72-74, cat. 340. Photo.
1521 £170
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1922-27 1s. to 1 with extra 3s., mainly fine mint. S.G. 87-95, cat. 449. Photo.
1524 £800
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1922-27 5 black and blue, mint, few minute tone spots on gum, otherwise fine, fresh appearance.. S.G. 99, cat 2,250. Photo.
1525 £170
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1935-37 1c. to 1 set, also Swaziland 1931/2d. to 10s., mainly fine mint.
1526 £750
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1954-59 20c. variety imperforate in an unmounted mint horizontal pair, light gum bend otherwise fine, scarce, B.P.A. Certificate (1960). S.G. 170a, cat. 1,000. Photo.
1527 £80
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1960-62 15c. imperf. proof horizontal pair on watermarked paper, light corner crease otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. 185var. Photo.
1528 £700
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1960-62 10s. variety imperforate in an unmounted mint vertical pair, fine and scarce. S.G. 197a, cat. 1,100. Photo.
1529 £190
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1966 Tourism 50c. variety blue omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 224a, cat. 350. Photo.
1530 £250
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1969 Water Transport 30c. variety slate-grey omitted in a bottom right plate number corner block, a couple of gum wrinkles otherwise fine unmounted mint, with normal (used) for comparison. S.G. 256a, cat. 220+. Photo.
1531 | £400
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: A mainly mint selection, comprising 1921-22 to 5r., also 50r. carmine and green overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', 1922-27 1c. to 1 set (less 2s.50, 4s. and 7s.50) overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mint set, mainly fine. (54).
1532 £450
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: Revenues: 1938 K.G.VI Poll Tax 1s., a fine mint example of this rare item. Barefoot 2. Photo.
1533 £170
Kuwait: 1923-24 2r. carmine and brown in a fine mint block of four, lower pair is unmounted. S.G. 13. Photo.
1534 £50
Labuan: 1894 (April) 2c. to 40c. set handstamped ''SPECIMEN'' diagonally, mainly fine with gum. S.G. 51-57s. Photo.
1535 £150
Labuan: 1894-96 1c. to 24c. set, fine used on 1895 (Aug. 13) registered envelope (portion of address has been excised), to Germany. S.G. 62-74. Photo.
1536 £50
Labuan: 1897-1901 1c. to 24c. set, also 1897-98 12c. and 24c. all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G. 89-97, 98, 100s. Photo.
1537 £50
Labuan: 1899 (July) 4c. on 5c. to 4c. on $1 set, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G. 102-110s. Photo.
1538 £65
Labuan: 1900-02 2c. to 16c. set, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G. 111-116s. Photo.
1540 £90
Leeward Islands: 1921-32 1 purple and black on red, with HPF 3A, fine and fresh mint. Ex Baillie. S.G. 80. Photo.
1541 £95
Leeward Islands: 1921-32 1 purple and black on red, with HPF 40A, fine and fresh mint. S.G. 80. Photo.
1542 £90
Leeward Islands: 1921-32 1 purple and black on red, with HPF 52A/C, fine mint. S.G. 80. Photo.
1543 £80
Leeward Islands: 1921-32 1 purple and black on red, with HPF 53A, good mint. S.G. 80. Photo.
1544 £110
Leeward Islands: 1938-51 10s. bluish green and deep red on green and 10s. pale green and dull red on green, both fine mint. S.G. 113, a. Photo.
1545 £650
Leeward Islands: 1938-51 10s. bluish green and deep red showing early state of HPF 60 (broken lower right scroll), mint, trivial surface defects at left, otherwise fine. S.G. 113ae var. Brandon certificate (2004). Photo.
1546 £110
Leeward Islands: 1938-51 1 brown-purple and black on red, also 1 purple and black on carmine, fine mint. S.G. 114, a. Photo.
1547 £190
Lesotho: 1966 1r. selection of varieties comprising wmk. Script CA with ''LSEOTHO'' variety in a corner block of six, double overprint (B.P.A. Certificate, 1976), and wmk. w12 with ''LSEOTHO'' variety in a pair, all fine unmounted mint. S.G. 120Aa, 120Ab, 120Ba, cat. 217+. Photo.
1548 | £290
Lesotho: 1980-81 surcharges, a selection of unmounted mint errors with watermarked 1m. on 1r. surch. double pair, surch. inverted, and surch. double one inverted block of four, no wmk. 5s. on 5c. Basotho hat and ''5s'' surch. treble one inverted in a block of four (S.G. 410Ae), 25s. on 25c. surch. quadruple in a block of four, 50s. on 50c. surch. double one inverted in a block of four, etc. (12 items).
1549 | £160
Lesotho: 1982 Wildlife, imperforate progressive proofs, five different for each value plus one completed proof of each, fine.
1550 | £780
Lesotho: 1986-88 surcharges, an unmounted mint collection with errors incl. 15s. on 1s. extra bar varieties (2, in pairs with normals), 15s. on 2s. surch. double in a block of four, surch. triple, 35s. on 75s. surch. type 167a in a pair (S.G. 721d), 9s. on 30s. surch. double and surch. omitted (S.G. 722ac, 722ad, both in pairs with normals), 15s. on 1s. surch. omitted in pair with normal (S.G. 724b), various other double and triple surcharges, unlisted inverted surcharges, 1981 and 1982 imprint dates, small ''S'' varieties, also a selection of 1990-91 surcharge errors, etc. (63 items).
1551 £85
Lesotho: 1988 Birds 2s. variety imperforate in a right margin horizontal pair, fine unmounted mint, unlisted. S.G. 791var. Photo.
1552 £480
Malawi: 1967 Fish 1s.6d. and 3s. variety imperforate in unmounted mint horizontal pairs, 3s. with small gum wrinkle otherwise fine. S.G. 283a, 284a, cat. 340. Photo.
1554 £300
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: India used in: 1854 1/2a., 1a. die I, 2a. and 4a. head die III all cancelled by octagonal ''B/172'' of Singapore, good to fine. Z60, 61, 64, 67, cat. 1,185. Photo.
1556 £620
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1867 surcharges on stamps of India 3c. on 1a. deep brown, in a fine used block of four. S.G. 3, cat. 340 as singles. Photo.
1557 £130
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1867 surcharges on stamps of India 12c. on 4a. green, unused, slightly toned, few blunted perfs. S.G. 7, cat. 950. Photo.
1558 | £210
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1867-72 a mainly unused selection, incl. 6c. dull lilac, 12c. blue pair from base of sheet showing plate number ''1'' and single, 24c. blue-green (4), etc., varied condition. (14).
1559 £350
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1867-72 2c. to 24c. and 32c. all imperforate plate proofs in issued colours, all overprinted ''CANCELLED'' and in blocks of four, mainly fine. Photo.
1560 £210
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1867-72 2c., 6c. and 24c. all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' type D5, some perf faults, otherwise fine with gum. Photo.
1561 £220
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1867-72 2c. brown in a fresh mint block of eight from lower-left corner of sheet showing plate number ''1'', few very faint tone spots, otherwise very fine. S.G. 11, cat. 280++. Photo.
1562 £180
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1867-72 2c. brown in a fresh mint block of four from top-left corner of sheet showing current number ''5'', minor gum wrinkles, otherwise fine. S.G. 11. Photo.
1563 £380
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1867-72 4c. rose in a mint block of eight from lower-left corner of sheet showing plate number ''1'', fine and fresh mint. S.G. 12. Photo.
1564 £170
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1867-72 4c. rose in a mint block of four from upper-left corner of sheet showing current number ''8'', few minor tone spots, otherwise fine. S.G. 12. Photo.
1565 £450
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1867-72 12c. blue, in a fine and fresh mint block of four from top of sheet showing current number ''2''. S.G. 15. Photo.
1566 £280
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1867-72 24c. blue-green in a mint block of four, few traces of tone spots, slight gum disturbance on top pair, otherwise fine. S.G. 16. Photo.
1567 £120
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1867-72 24c. blue-green in a mint block of four, few traces of tone spots, slightly heavily mounted, otherwise fine. S.G. 16. Photo.
1568 £450
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1880 (Aug.) 5c. on 8c. orange, fresh mint block of four, top pair type 13, lower pair type 14. S.G. 41, 42, cat. 540+. Photo.
1570 £230
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1882 watermark Crown CA 2c. brown an imperforate plate proof from left of sheet (affixed to paper by one corner of margin), on gummed, watermarked paper, fine. Photo.
1571 £450
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1882 watermark Crown CA 4c. rose in a fresh mint block of four, minor gum crease, otherwise fine. S.G. 51, cat. 480''. Photo.
1572 £120
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1883 (April) 2c. on 32c. pale red overprint type 20f., fine used wing margined example. S.G. 60, cat. 275. Photo.
1573 £130
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1884 (Sept.) ''8'' on 8c. on 12c. dull purple, unused, small part original gum, fine, S.G. 80. Photo.
1575 £1050
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1892 1c. on 6c. lilac, variety surcharge double, one inverted, usual brownish gum, fine. S.G. 90a, cat. 2,000. Photo.
1576 | £80
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1892-94 1c. on 8c., 3c. on 32c. and 1899 4c. on 5c. all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' fine and fresh with gum. S.G. 93, 94, 109s.
1577 £270
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1892-99 1c. to $5 set, all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G. 95-105s, cat. 400. Photo.
1578 £90
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1902-03 wmk. Crown CA 1c. (2) to $5 set mint with extra 50c. shade, mainly good to fine mint. S.G. 110-121. Photo.
1579 £230
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1902-03 wmk. Crown CA $100 purple and green on yellow, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine and fresh with gum. S.G. 122s, cat. 600. Photo.
1580 £280
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1906-07 Overprinted on Stamps of Labuan 4c. on 16c. with variety ''STRAITS SETTLEMENTS'' in both brown-red and black, fine used. S.G. 145a, cat. 750. Photo.
1581 £1100
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1906-12 watermark MCA $500 purple and orange, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine with gum. S.G. 169s, cat. 2,500. Photo.
1582 £230
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1912-23 watermark MCA 1c. to $5 set, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. (19) S.G. 193-212s. Photo.
1583 £75
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1912-23 watermark MCA 50c. die II on emerald, $2 green and red on yellow, $5 green and red on green and $5 die II on emerald, all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G. 209c, 211a, 212a, 212d, cat. 320. Photo.
1584 £210
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1912-23 watermark MCA $25 purple and blue on blue, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine and fresh with gum. S.G. 213s, cat. 400. Photo.
1585 £450
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1912-23 watermark MCA $100 black and carmine on blue, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', in red, fine with gum. S.G. 214s, cat. 800. Photo.
1586 £1100
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1921-33 watermark Script 35c. imperforate proof, mounted on piece of De La Rue records headed ''Appd. Subject to the red being slightly deeper 9/7/29''. Photo.
1587 £450
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1921-33 watermark Script $100 black and carmine on blue, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine and fresh with gum. S.G. 240cs, cat. 650. Photo.
1588 £950
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1921-33 watermark Script $500 purple and orange-brown, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine and fresh with gum, rare. S.G. 240ds, cat. 2,250. Photo.
1589 £140
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1921-33 watermark Script unissued 8c. carmine, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine with gum. S.G. cat. 450. Photo.
1590 £100
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: 1933-34 Government Survey essays, 5c. King George V types, four vertical pairs in different colours, a few faults.
1591 £500
Malaysia: Straits Settlements: Postage Dues: 1924-26 perforated colour trial of the 12c. in the colour of the 1c. violet, on gummed watermarked paper, pen-crossed, fine. Photo.
1592 £150
Malaysia: Federated Malay States: 1900 $25 green and orange, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine and very fresh with gum. S.G. 14s, cat. 400. Photo.
1593 £260
Malaysia: Federated Malay States: 1900-01 1c. to $25 set, all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine and fresh with gum. S.G. 15-26s, cat. 660. Photo.
1595 £95
Malaysia: Federated Malay States: 1922-34 watermark Script $25 green and orange, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', with gum, minute gum thin, otherwise fine. S.G. 82s, cat. 275. Photo.
1596 £120
Malayan States: Johore: 1891-94 1c. imperforate colour trial in dull purple and carmine (the colour of the issued 3c), on gummed unwatermarked paper, slight crease, otherwise fine. Photo.
1597 £720
Malayan States: Johore: 1898-21 imperforate die proofs of value tablets only, all in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm) comprising $3 dated ''24 FEB 98'' and unstamped, $50 dated ''1 JAN 04'' and stamped ''BEFORE/HARDENING'', $100 dated ''1 JAN 04'' and stamped ''BEFORE/HARDENING'', 8c. dated ''27 FEB 04'' unstamped, and 12c. dated in manuscript ''20/12/21'' and stamped ''BEFORE/STRIKING'', fine. Photo.
1599 £230
Malayan States: Johore: 1918-20 2c. to $10 set, all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. (14). S.G. 89-102s, cat. 550. Photo.
1600 £150
Malayan States: Johore: 1922-40 1c. to $10 set (less 12c. ultramarine), all overprinted/perforated ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G.103-113, 115-125s. Photo.
1601 £200
Malayan States: Johore: 1922-40 $100 green and scarlet, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine and fresh with full gum. S.G. 127s, cat. 300. Photo.
1602 | £130
Malayan States: Johore: 1935 Treaty 8c., 1940 8c. and 1938 Postage Due set, all perforated ''SPECIMEN'', fine with gum. S.G. 129, 130, D1-D5.
1603 £230
Malayan States: Johore: 1965 Flowers 5c. with variety yellow (flower) omitted, also Trengganu 1965 20c. variety bright purple (blooms) omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 168a, 106a, cat. 255. Photo.
1604 £400
Malayan States: Johore: 1965 Flowers 15c. with variety green (face value and leaves) omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 171b, cat. 600. Photo.
1605 £160
Malayan States: Johore: 1965 Flowers 20c. showing variety bright purple (blooms) omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 172a, cat. 225. Photo.
1606 £170
Malayan States: Johore: Postage Dues: 1938 1c. to 12c. set used, all showing portions of violet ''Fresh Label required'' cachets, fine. S.G. D1-D5, cat. 350. Photo.
1607 | £420
Malayan States: Johore: A collection on stockleaves, incl. 1884-91 2c. rose-red range of overprints with type 8 used, type 10 with scarce Moar Star and Crescent cancel (Proud type K2), 1891 (Nov.) 2c. on 24c. green type 17 with watermark inverted mint, type 18 used, 1918-20 $1, $2, $4, $5 and $10 overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', 1940 8c. perforated ''SPECIMEN'', 1949-55 1c. to $5 set mint, 1938 Postage Due set mint, etc., mixed condition. (206).
1608 £130
Malayan States: Kedah: 1912 1c. to $5 set all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G. 1-14s, cat. 300. Photo.
1609 | £550
Malayan States: Kedah: 1916-40 a selection of covers and cards, incl. 1929 registered cover from Alorstar to U.S.A. franked by 1921-32 values to $1, has a good strike of the scarce ''A.R'', range of censor marks and labels with 1939 two airmail envelopes to Denmark, etc., fair to fine. (25 items).
1610 £450
Malayan States: Kedah: 1919 (June 14) red banded envelope, franked by 1912 1c. and 3c. tied by scarce double circular ''LANGKAWI'' c.d.s., on reverse has Alor Star and Penang transit and receiving mark. Photo.
1611 £130
Malayan States: Kedah: 1921-32 1c. to $5 set, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. (15). S.G. 26-40s, cat. 300. Photo.
1612 £120
Malayan States: Kedah: 1921-32 1c. to $5 set, all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G. 26-40s, cat. 300. Photo.
1613 | £320
Malayan States: Kedah: 1922 Malaya-Borneo Exhibition, a selection on stockleaves, incl. a mint set, 25c. and 50c. with raised stop after ''EXHIBITION'' mint, some pairs with listed varieties, etc., varied condition. (58).
1615 £140
Malayan States: Kedah: 1922-40 1c. to 35c. set, all overprinted/perforated ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G. 52-59s, cat. 325. Photo.
1616 | £70
Malayan States: Kedah: 1937 (June) 10c. to $5 set, fine mint. S.G. 60-68, cat. 225.
1617 £500
Malayan States: Kedah: 1965 Flowers 10c. horizontal strip of three, last stamp showing variety red omitted, centre stamp partly omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 119, a, cat. 600+. Photo.
1618 £580
Malayan States: Kedah: 1965 Flowers 10c. horizontal strip of three, last stamp showing variety green (leaves) omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 119, b, cat. 700+. Photo.
1619 | £320
Malayan States: Kedah: A collection on stockleaves, incl. 1912 to $3 mint, 1919 50c. on $2 and $1 on $3 mint, 1937 10c. to $5 set perfined ''SPECIMEN'', also set mint, 1950 and 1957 sets unmounted mint, etc., varied condition. (approx. 330).
1620 £100
Malayan States: Kelantan: 1911-15 1c. to $25 set, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. (13). S.G. 1-12s, cat. 275. Photo.
1621 £140
Malayan States: Kelantan: 1921-28 1c. to $1 set, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G. 14-23s, cat. 375. Photo.
1622 £260
Malayan States: Kelantan: 1937-40 1c. to $5 set mint, $5 with slightly yellowish gum otherwise mainly fine. (15). S.G. 40-54. Photo.
1623 £400
Malayan States: Negri Sembilan: Sungei Ujong: 1882 (Dec.)-84 10c. slate, overprints type 12 + 14, fine used. S.G. 26, cat. 475. Photo.
1624 £110
Malayan States: Negri Sembilan: Sungei Ujong: 1883-84 2c. brown horizontal strip of three types 12 + 19, 16 + 19, 12 + 20, fine mint. S.G. 28-30. Photo.
1625 £720
Malayan States: Negri Sembilan: Sungei Ujong: 1891 2c. on 24c. green, overprinted rare type 33, used, faintly toned, otherwise fine. S.G. 48, cat. 1,000. Photo.
1626 £100
Malayan States: Negri Sembilan: 1895-99 1c. to 50c., overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G. 5-14s, cat. 225. Photo.
1627 £170
Malayan States: Pahang: 1889 (Jan.) 10c. slate, used on small piece, slightly toned, otherwise fine. S.G. 3, cat. 250. Photo.
1628 £480
Malayan States: Pahang: 1891 2c. on 24c. green overprinted the rare type 6, used on piece, few small perf. faults, otherwise fine. S.G. 8, cat. 1,100. Photo.
1629 £140
Malayan States: Perak: 1889-90 1c. on 2c. bright rose type 38, unused, part original gum, fine. S.G. 41. Photo.
1630 £750
Malayan States: Perak: 1891 1c. on 6c. lilac in a mint vertical strip of ten comprising types 30 (5), 32, 33, 34 (2) and 37, seven are unmounted, mainly fine. S.G. 43-47, cat. 960 as singles. Photo.
1631 £120
Malayan States: Perak: 1895-99 $25 green and orange, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine and fresh with gum. S.G. 80s, cat. 275. Photo.
1633 £160
Malayan States: Perak: 1935-37 1c. to $5 set, all perforated ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G. 88-102s, cat. 375. Photo.
1634 £200
Malayan States: Selangor: 1935-41 1c. to $5 set, all perforated ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G. 68-85s, cat. 450. Photo.
1635 £170
Malayan States: Selangor: 1965 Flowers 5c. with variety red (leaves, etc.) omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 138c, cat. 325. Photo.
1636 £130
Malayan States: Trengganu: 1910-19 $25 rose-carmine and green, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', two minor gum spots, otherwise fine. S.G. 18s, cat. 300. Photo.
1637 £230
Malayan States: Trengganu: 1921-41 $25 purple and blue, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine from top of sheet with full gum. S.G. 45s, cat. 180. Photo.
1638 £320
Malayan States: Trengganu: 1921-41 $50 green and yellow, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine from top of sheet showing part plate number ''1'', with full gum. S.G. 46s, cat. 400. Photo.
1639 £520
Malayan States: Trengganu: 1921-41 $100 green and scarlet, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine from top of sheet with full gum. S.G. 47s, cat 750. Photo.
1651 | £500
Malta: Great Britain Used In Malta: The ''A25'' Obliterators: A collection of surface printed issues on leaves, incl. 1863 3d. carmine BK, 1867 10d. red-brown IA-IB pair, KL and MF, 1877 4d. sage-green plates 15 QL, 16 HE, 1880 1s. orange-brown plate 13 TC, etc., varied condition. (119).
1652 £170
Malta: 1885-90 CA 1d. in a deep carmine (aniline) shade, in an unmounted mint block of four, one has very faint tone spot, otherwise fine and rare. Photo.
1654 £110
Malta: 1921-22 2s. purple and blue on blue, with variety broken Crown and Scroll, fine mint. S.G. 103b, cat. 325. Photo.
1655 £520
Mauritius: 1848-59 ''POST PAID'' Intermediate impression 2d. blue [2], very fine used with part boxed ''INLAND'' . S.G. 14, cat 2,250. Photo.
1656 £90
Mauritius: 1848-59 ''POST PAID'' worn impression 1d. red-brown [11], close to good margins, fine used. S.G. 17, cat 550. Photo.
1657 £350
Mauritius: 1848-59 ''POST PAID'' worn impression 2d. blue [1], lightly cancelled by circular framed ''PAID'', slightly soiled, otherwise fine. S.G. 22, cat 950. Photo.
1658 £580
Mauritius: 1859 Lapirot 2d. blue [8], early impression, used with good to very large margins, few minor thin spots, otherwise of superb appearance. R.P.S. certificate (2001). Photo.
1659 £250
Mauritius: 1859 Dardenne 1d. dull vermilion, large to very large margins all round, slightly heavy barred oval cancel, otherwise fine. S.G. 42, cat 900. Photo.
1660 £130
Mauritius: 1859 Dardenne 1d. dull vermilion, used, small fault at base, otherwise fine. S.G. 42, cat. 950. Photo.
1663 £350
Mauritius: 1865-76 entires (3) all incoming from France to Mauritius, one bearing ''1/8d/TO PAY'', other has ''10d./TO PAY'', fine. Photo.
1664 £140
Mauritius: 1938-49 25c. brown-purple in a mint block of six from top-right corner of sheet with sheet number, one showing ''IJ'' flaw (unmounted), some light toning, otherwise fine. S.G. 259a, cat 375+. Photo.
1665 £140
Mauritius: 1953-58 1r. with variety watermark inverted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 303w, cat. 200. Photo.
1666 £150
Mauritius: 1965 (March 16) 2c. showing grey (leg) omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 317a, cat. 190. Photo.
1667 £150
Mauritius: 1965 (March 16) 3c. with variety black (eye and beak) omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 318a, cat. 225. Photo.
1668 £380
Mauritius: 1965 (March 16) 15c. with variety red (beak) omitted, fine unmounted mint from left of sheet. S.G. 322a, cat. 170. Photo.
1669 £95
Mauritius: 1965 (March 16) 1r. variety pale orange omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 328a, cat. 190. Photo.
1670 £280
Mauritius: 1965 (March 16) 1r. with variety light-grey (ground) omitted, fine unmounted mint from base of sheet. S.G. 328b, cat. 275. Photo.
1671 £160
Mauritius: 1965 (March 16) 5r. showing brown-red omitted, fine unmounted mint from left of sheet. S.G. 330a, cat. 275. Photo.
1672 £260
Mauritius: 1968 (July 12) 15c. with variety greenish blue omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 372a, cat. 250. Photo.
1673 £260
Mauritius: 1968 (July 12) 15c. with variety greenish blue omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 372a, cat. 250. Photo.
1676 £550
Mauritius: 1972-74 35c. with orange-brown omitted, 50c. with red omitted (2), fine unmounted mint. S.G. 446a, 448a, cat. 340.
1677 £190
Mauritius: 1975-77 20c. with grey omitted (background), fine unmounted mint. S.G. 480a, cat. 225. Photo.
1678 | £200
Mauritius: 1975-77 30c. with variety yellow omitted (2), both fine unmounted mint. S.G. 482a, cat. 240.
1679 £170
Mauritius: 1975-77 1r. with variety deep bluish-green (fin and tail markings) omitted, very fine unmounted mint. S.G. 488a, cat. 170. Photo.
1680 £200
Mauritius: 1975-77 1r. with variety deep bluish-green (fin and tail markings) omitted, very fine unmounted mint. S.G. 488a, cat. 170. Photo.
1683 | £180
Mauritius: Postal Stationery: 1938 3c. postcard (2, one overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', 10c. postcard, 5c. letter card, 2c. envelope (2, one overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', 12c., 20c. registered envelope size G overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', 4c. newspaper wrapper overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', also 1953 35c. air letter, fine unused.
1684 £450
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1935 Silver Jubilee 10c. on 1d. unmounted mint block of nine [R. 4/3-6/5], the centre stamp showing ''CENTIMES'' error [R. 5/4], column 3 showing vertical hairline, fine. S.G. 150, a, cat. 1,500+. Philatelic Foundation certificate (1981). Photo.
1686 £4200
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. 23. Photo.
1689 £170
New Guinea: 1939 Air 1/2d. to 1 set mint, 1 with light gum crease otherwise mainly fine. (14). S.G. 212-225. Photo.
1690 £180
New Guinea: 1939 Air 1/2d. to 1 c.t.o. used, mainly fine. (14). S.G. 212-225, cat. 600. Photo.
1691 | £1500
New Guinea: A mainly mint collection on leaves, incl. 1915-16 watermark 2 6d. with inverted watermark 9d. and 1s. composite vertical strips of three, 10s. (4) and 1, watermark 5 5s. (6) and a composite vertical strip of three, watermark 6 2s. two composite vertical strips of three (one with inverted watermark), 1 types a, b and c, 1918 1d. on 5d. (2 singles and composite vertical strip of three), 1d. on 1s., 1918-23 1d. die II, 5s., 10s. (unused), flaws, shades, Officials, etc., varied condition. (approx. 300).
1693 £800
New Zealand: 1852 entire to Belfast bearing manuscript ''8'' and ''2'' rate marks, and a good strike of the rare Crown Circle ''PAID/AT/OTAGO-NEW ZEALAND'' in red. S.G. CC4. Photo.
1694 | £110
New Zealand: 1906 Christchurch Exhibition 1/2d. to 6d. set, good to fine used. S.G. 370-373, cat. 375. Photo.
1696 | £160
New Zealand: 1940-44, a mainly fine unmounted mint selection incl. 1940 Centenary set (12, 1s. in plate no. imprint strip of four), Health (8), 1941 Health (26), 1942 Health (192), 1944 10d. on 11/2d. (55), etc.
1699 | £130
New Zealand: 1960 Health 2d.+1d. and 3d.+1d. in imperforate pairs affixed to card, marginal from the top of the sheet, fine. S.G. 803-04 P.
1701 £550
Nigeria: Lagos: 1881 (Apr. 9) envelope to Berlin, franked by 1d. lilac-mauve horizontal pair and 3d. red-brown vertical pair, with barred oval cancellations with despatch c.d.s. and ''PAID/LIVERPOOL/BR PACKET'' May 18 transit below, backstamped May 20 arrival. Photo.
1702 £800
Nigeria: Lagos: 1881 (May 13) envelope registered to Berlin, franked by 3d. chestnut horizontal pair with barred oval cancellations and despatch c.d.s. alongside, showing straight line ''REGISTERED LETTER'' in red, two Registered Liverpool June 24 transit c.d.s.'s in blue and Hannover-Berlin registration label affixed on arrival in Germany, backstamped June 26 arrival, attractive. Photo
1703 £380
Nigeria: Lagos: 1884-86 watermark Crown CA 10s. purple-brown, good mint, scarce. S.G. 29, cat 1,600. Photo.
1704 | £65
Nigeria: Lagos: A written up collection on leaves, incl. Q.V. used postal stationery (10) with 1893 1d. on 1/2d. brown, picture postcards, etc., good to fine. (14 items).
1705 £110
Nigeria: Niger Coast Protectorate: Oil Rivers 1893 (Dec.) Provisionals: Type 11 ''One/Shilling'' in vermilion on 2d. grey-green and carmine, unused, colour washed as usual. S.G. 38, cat. 600. Photo.
1706 £100
Nigeria: 1914-29 1/2d. to 1 set, fine mint. S.G. 1-12, cat. 250. Photo.
1707 £120
Nigeria: 1953-58 3d. variety imperforate in a vertical pair, slight creasing otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. 73b, cat. 275. Ex Sir Gawaine Baillie. Photo.
1709 £520
Nigeria: Biafra: 1968 to 1969 unmounted mint collection on leaves incl. 1968 (Apr.) optd. set to 1, 1d. with opt. offset on reverse, 2s.6d. red opt. omitted (S.G. 13a), 5s. red opt. double (S.G. 14c), 1 black opt. omitted (S.G. 16a), 1968 (May) Independence Anniversary 10s. bright green omitted (S.G. 21a), 1969 Independence Anniversary 4d. green and orange omitted (S.G. 36a), also ''HELP BIAFRAN CHILDREN'' opt. varieties, etc., mainly fine. (26). Photo.
1713 £190
North Borneo: 1895 (June) 4c. on $1 to 40c. on $1 set overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' vertically in horizontal strips of five,, mostly fine with full gum (unmounted), scarce. S.G. 87-91s, cat. 425+. Photo.
1714 £650
North Borneo: 1912 (July) $5 dull purple, mint, slightly toned gum, otherwise fine. S.G. 184, cat. 1,200. Photo.
1715 £380
North Borneo: 1916 Red Cross 1c. to 25c. set, overprint in vermilion, mainly fine mint. S.G. 189-201, cat. 800. Photo.
1716 £520
North Borneo: 1918 (Aug.) lines 9mm apart 1c. + 2c. to 24c. + 2c. without S.G. 217, 220, 221b, lines 13-14mm apart 25c. + 2c. to $2 + 2c., all in unmounted mint blocks of four, mainly fine. Cat. 1,010+. Photo.
1717 £120
North Borneo: 1918 (Aug.) lines 9mm apart 3c. + 2c. dull rose-carmine, unmounted mint block of four, small gum thin, otherwise fine. S.G. 217, cat. 600+. Photo.
1718 £400
North Borneo: 1918 (Aug.) lines 9mm apart 6c. + 2c. perf. 141/2-15 in a fine and fresh unmounted mint block of four. S.G. 221a, cat. 900+. Photo.
1719 £110
North Borneo: 1918 (Aug.) lines 13-14mm apart 2c. + 2c. green, fine used on small piece. S.G. 227, cat. 160. Photo.
1720 £150
North Borneo: 1918 (Aug.) lines 13-14mm apart 2c. + 2c. green, in an unmounted mint block of four from top-right corner of sheet, few gum wrinkles, otherwise fine. S.G. 227, cat. 340+. Photo.
1721 £2600
North Borneo: 1918 (Oct.) 1c. + 4c. to $10 + 4c. set, all in unmounted mint marginal blocks of four, majority fine, very fresh appearance, scarce. S.G. 235-252, cat. 2,800+. Photo.
1722 £920
North Borneo: 1918 (Oct.) 1c. + 4c. to $10 + 4c. set, set, all unmounted mint, mainly fine and fresh. S.G. 235-252, cat. 700. Photo.
1723 | £65
North Borneo: 1939 1c. to $5 set used, $5 with thin at top otherwise mainly fine. S.G. 303-317, cat. 425.
1724 £650
North Borneo: 1939 1c. to $5 set, unmounted mint, mostly fine. S.G. 303-317, cat. 800. Photo.
1725 | £280
North Borneo: Postage Dues: A collection on leaves, incl. 1895-97 18c. with overprint inverted unused and mint with faults), 1892-99 5c. perf. 131/2-14 mint block of fifteen, 1902-12 overprint horizontal with 16c. mint (3), etc., mixed condition. (165).
1726 £620
North Borneo: Postage Dues: 1897-99 18c. perf. 16 and 24c. both c.t.o., fine. S.G. D22, D24, cat. 1,300. Photo.
1727 £110
North Borneo: Postage Dues: 1902-12 4c. black and carmine and 18c. black and green, both with overprint type D1 double, fine used. S.G. D40a, D48a. Photo.
1728 £260
North Borneo: A Q.E.II duplicated mint and used collection, mainly good to fine in three stockbooks including 1961 1c. to $10 sets mint (7, two are unmounted), to $10 (2) used with heavy duplication of lower values with postmark interest, also Sabah with 1964-65 optd. 1c. to $10 sets mint (5), to $5 (7), $10 (7) used, later flower issues, a few covers, etc. (many 100's)
1729 £130
North Borneo: Japanese Occupation: 1943 (April 29) 4c. red and 8c. blue, both marginal, used on philatelic envelope to Kuching tied by violet c.d.s. S.G. 18, 19. Photo.
1730 £160
North Borneo: Japanese Occupation: 1944 (Sept. 30) 2c., 4c. and 10c. used on philatelic envelope tied by ''17/1/2605'' c.d.s's. S.G. J21, J23, J26. Photo.
1731 | £50
North Borneo: Japanese Occupation: 1944 (Sept. 30) 6c. and 12c. used on plain philatelic f.d.c. to Brunei. S.G. J24, J27.
1732 | £680
Papua New Guinea: Postal History: A collection of mainly covers on leaves, incl. 1935 parcel tags (2) one bearing 1932-34 Air 3d., 1s. (3), 5s. and 1 2), other bearing 1932-34 Air 1s. (3) and 1 (3), 1936 airmail envelope to Austria, franked by 1932-34 Air 11/2d. and 2s., 1937 registered cover to New Zealand, franked by 1932-34 Official 1d. (5), 1939 (March 13) envelope franked by 1939 Air 2s., etc., varied condition. (39 items).
1733 £700
Pitcairn Islands: 1967 1/2c. on 1/2d. variety deep brown omitted, also an example showing a downward shift of the brown and a normal, each with margin at left, fine unmounted mint, very scarce. EC PT138MCa, S.G. 69a, cat. 1,200. Photo.
1734 £480
Pitcairn Islands: 1969-75 15c. variety gold (Queen's head) omitted, fine unmounted mint with margin at right, very scarce. EC PT204MCa, S.G. 102a, cat. 950. Photo.
1735 £180
Saint Helena: 1922-37 watermark Script 5s. grey and green on yellow with variety broken mainmast, fine mint. S.G. 110a, cat 475. Photo.
1736 £320
Saint Kitts-Nevis: 1923 Tercentenary 1/2d. to 1 set, fine with gum. S.G. 48-60s, cat. 700, Photo.
1740 £150
Sarawak: 1869 (March) 3c. brown on yellow in a mint block of six (2 x 3), three are unmounted, fine. S.G. 1, cat. 300+. Photo.
1741 £350
Sarawak: 1895 (Feb-Sept.) 2c. brown-red in a mint horizontal strip of four, with variety imperforate between, fine. S.G. 28b, cat. 850+. Photo
1742 | £70
Sarawak: 1899-1908 1c. to $1 set with all listed shades, also unissued 5c., mainly fine mint. S.G. 36-48.
1743 £120
Sarawak: 1918 (Mar-April) 1c. to $1 set, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G. 50-61s, cat. 275. Photo.
1745 £140
Sarawak: 1965 Flowers 2c. with variety yellow-olive (stems) omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 213c, cat. 140. Photo.
1746 £170
Sarawak: 1965 Flowers 6c. with variety black (country name and shield) omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 215a, cat. 150. Photo.
1747 £1450
Seychelles: King George V Key Plate Master Die Proofs: Master die proof of the Die I Key Plate in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm.), endorsed ''BEFORE/HARDENING'' and dated ''19 DEC. 11''. Photo.
1748 | £900
Seychelles: 1912-16 a mainly mint collection on leaves, incl. set overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', four mint sets, plate blocks, also 2c. (2), 3c., 18c. (2), 30c., 45c. mint and 1r.50 used all showing split ''A'', shades and printings, etc., mainly fine. (179).
1750 £140
Seychelles: King George V Key Plate Issues: 1917-22, Lead proof of the 20c. affixed to card (118 x 69mm.) ex De La Rue Striking Book, annotated ''120. 2 Leads'', dated ''July 14th'' with red invoice date of ''19.7.22''. Photo.
1751 £400
Seychelles: King George V Key Plate Issues: 1917-22, Lead proofs of the 50c., 1r. and 5r. affixed to card (97 x 60mm.) ex De La Rue Striking Book, each annotated ''60 Leads'' and dated ''Nov. 7th-8 & 10th''. Ex Robson Lowe 9.11.1976 sale and Burnett. Photo.
1752 | £780
Seychelles: 1917-22 a mainly mint collection on leaves, incl. set overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', values to 5r. (7, one overprinted ''SPECIMEN''), many plate blocks, 2c. and 5c. in complete panes (6 x 10), shades, printings, etc. (few 100's).
1754 £420
Seychelles: 1917-22 2r.25 yellow-green and violet in a mint block (6 x 4) from lower-right corner of sheet showing plate number ''5'', most are unmounted, scarce multiple. S.G. 96, cat. 1,200 as singles. Photo.
1755 | £1200
Seychelles: 1921-32 a mainly mint collection on leaves, incl. set overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', values to 5r. mint (5) and a used block of four from lower-right corner of sheet with plate number ''11'', many plate blocks, shades and printings, etc. (few 100's).
1756 | £400
Seychelles: 1921-32 3c. green plate number ''21'', 4c. sage-green and carmine plare number ''16'', 6c. deep mauve (2 both without margins one side) plate numbers ''21'' and ''28'', 20c. bright blue plate number ''28'', all in complete mint panes (6 x 10), mainly good to fine. S.G. 99, 102, 105, 113, cat. 735+.
1761 £300
Seychelles: King George V Key Plate Issues: 1921-32 9c. imperf. colour trial in red, affixed to piece (75 x 135mm.) ex De La Rue archives, endorsed ''Initialed/22/11/Approved for colour/initialed/22/11/26''. S.G. 106 P. Photo.
1762 £180
Seychelles: King George V Key Plate Issues: 1921-32 9c. imperf. colour trial in issued red on watermarked paper, fine with gum. Photo. S.G. 106 P. Photo.
1764 £320
Sierra Leone: 1889 (Dec. 25) envelope to France, franked by Peace and Commerce 10c. and 15c., tied by octagonal ''MARSEILLES A LOANGO/L.M.No 1'' datestamp, also scarce two line ''MISSENT TO/SIERRA LEONE''. Photo.
1765 | £90
Sierra Leone: 1914-37 covers (6) and card, incl. 1928 3d. registered envelope to Switzerland, franked by K.G.V 1d, mauve (3) cancelled by ''BO'' c.d.s's, 1931 envelope to England, franked by K.G.V. 2d. grey, with boxed ''POSTED ON STEAMER'', good to fine.
1767 £300
Sierra Leone: 1933 Wilberforce 1/2d. to 1 set mint, 5s. and 1 with slightly yellowish gum otherwise mainly fine. (13). S.G. 168-180, cat. 800. Photo.
1768 £270
Sierra Leone: 1963 Independence Anniversary 11s. on 1 unmounted mint, pencil note on reverse otherwise fine, scarce, B.P.A. Certificate (1964). S.G. 269, cat. 600. Photo.
1769 | £150
Sierra Leone: 1963 Postal Commemorations, a collection of varieties mainly in positional blocks with ''1895'' for ''1859'' varieties incl. Air 2s.6d. on 4d., 6s. on 6d., 1 (bend), asterisk for hyphen varieties incl. Air 1 in a corner block, etc., mainly fine unmounted mint. (24 items).
1770 £190
Sierra Leone: 1963 Postal Commemorations Air 3s. on 3d. with ''1895'' for ''1859'' variety in a block of four with three normals, fine unmounted mint, R.P.S. Certificate (1967). S.G. 282a, cat. 350. Photo.
1771 | £750
Sierra Leone: 1965 Margai and Churchill Commemoration, an unmounted mint collection of errors on leaves with a good range of listed varieties incl. 2c. on 1d. ''2c.'' omitted (2, trace on perfs.), 10c. on 1s. ''10c.'' omitted (trace on perfs.), 20c. on 1s.3d. ''20c.'' omitted, inverted surcharges, inverted portraits, various double surcharges one inverted, etc., mainly fine. (16 items).
1772 | £160
Sierra Leone: 1964 to 1995 selection of unmounted mint errors (5) incl. 1964-66 3c. on 3d. surcharge inverted, second issue 4c. on 1d. error (S.G. 330a), 1965 (Dec.) self-adhesive 7c. bright green and gold omitted, 1995 Food and Agriculture miniature sheet with wrong date (S.G. MS2332a), etc.
1774 £220
Singapore: 1962-66 10c. with variety red-orange omitted, fine unmounted mint from top-right corner of sheet. S.G. 69a, cat. 375. Photo.
1775 | £120
Somaliland: 1912-19 1r. (2), 2r., 3r., 5r., 1921 1r. (3), 2r., 3r. (2) and 5r., good to fine mint. S.G. 69-72, 82-85.
1776 £140
South Africa: Cape of Good Hope: 1853 (Sept.) 1d. deep brick-red on paper deeply blued, fine used. S.G. 1a, cat. 350. Photo.
1778 £260
South Africa: Cape of Good Hope: 1855-63 1s. bright yellow-green, a fine used pair, good to large margins all round. S.G. 8. Photo.
1779 £190
South Africa: Cape of Good Hope: 1855-63 1s. deep dark green, good margins all round, unusually cancelled by part ''CAPETOWN/CAPE OF GOOD HOPE'' c.d.s. B.P.A. certificate (1990). Ex Dale-Lichtenstein. S.G. 8b. Photo.
1780 £300
South Africa: Cape of Good Hope: 1861 Woodblock 1d. vermilion and 4d. pale grey-blue, used. both repaired, fine appearance. S.G. 13, 14a. Photo.
1782 £90
South Africa: Cape of Good Hope: 1863-64 6d. bright mauve, fine fresh mint example. S.G. 20. Photo.
1784 £220
South Africa: Natal: 1857-61 Embossed 3d. rose, reprinted vertical tete-beche pair, some colour discharged, few imperfections, otherwise fine. R.P.S. Certificate (2008). Photo.
1785 £180
South Africa: Natal: 1863-65 6d. lilac imperforate plate proof in a block of four from top of sheet, on gummed watermarked paper, some gum disturbance, otherwise fine. Photo.
1786 £250
South Africa: Natal: 1876-86 four covers to England or Durban, franked by 1875-76 ''POSTAGE'' overprints, 1d. yellow tied by ''NO 4 P.O.'' (Strange), 6d. tied by ''NO 72 P.O.'' (Stanger), 6d. tied by indistinct numeral with ''NO 68 P.O.'' (Ferry Hotel), 1s. tied by ''DURBAN'' c.d.s., good to fine. Photo.
1787 £450
South Africa: New Republic: 1886-87 2d. with embossed Arms on granite paper used on 1887 (Feb. 14) envelope to Capetown tied by violet oval datestamp, in combination with Transvaal 1885-92 2d. brown-purple tied by Utrecht c.d.s., a few cover faults, scarce. Photo.
1791 | £45
South Africa: A selection, incl. 1933-48 5s. two unmounted mint blocks of four, etc., mainly fine. (31).
1797 £160
South Africa: Officials: 1926 (Dec.) 6d. green and orange, fine mint pair. S.G. 04, cat. 550. Photo.
1798 £210
South Africa: Officials: 1930-47 2s.6d. blue and brown mint pair, left stamp showing diaeresis over second ''E'' in ''OFFISIEEL'', fine. S.G. 019a, cat. 900. Photo.
1799 £170
South Africa: Officials: 1944-50 11/2d. used pair, one with diaeresis over second ''E'' in ''OFFISIEEL'', fine. S.G. 033a, cat. 300. Photo.
1800 £1500
South Africa: Officials: 1944-50 2d. blue and violet overprint type 06 reading upwards, fine unmounted mint pair from top of sheet, rare. S.G. 035, cat. 3,000. Photo.
1801 £190
South Africa: Officials: 1947-49 2d. slate and deep lilac in a mint block of four, lower-left stamp showing diaeresis over second ''E'' in ''OFFISIEEL'', variety is unmounted, fine. S.G. 036, a, cat. 450+. Photo.
1802 £450
South Africa: Officials: 1950-54 2d. blue and violet with variety overprint inverted, fine unmounted mint pair. S.G. 045a, cat. 1,000. Photo.
1803 | £1400
South Africa: Officials: A mainly mint collection in a stockbook, incl. 1929-31 6d. pairs (2) both showing stops after ''OFFISIEEL'' (one on Afrikaans stamp), 1930-47 1d. pair with overprint double, 1935-49 10s., and 10s. overprinted type 03 mint pairs, etc., mainly fine. (few 100's).
1804 £520
South West Africa: 1923-25 Setting I 1/2d. to 1 set in mainly fine fresh mint pairs. S.G. 1-12, cat. 2,000. Photo.
1805 £100
South West Africa: 1923-25 Setting I litho overprint in shiny ink, 1/2d., 2d., 6d., 1s., 1s.3d. and 2s.6d. mainly fine mint pairs. S.G. 1c, 5a, 6a, 7a, 8b, 9a, cat. 360. Photo.
1806 £160
South West Africa: 1923-25 Setting I 1d. rose-red mint pair, variety overprint inverted, fine. S.G. 2a, cat. 500. Photo.
1807 £120
South West Africa: 1923-25 Setting I 1d. rose-red mint pair showing variety lines of overprint transposed, fine. S.G. 2var, SASC 2j. Photo.
1809 £140
South West Africa: 1923-25 Setting I 1s.3d. pale violet, fine mint pair variety overprint inverted. S.G. 8a, cat. 400. Photo.
1810 £400
South West Africa: 1923-25 Setting II 5s., 10s. and 1, fine mint pairs. S.G. 13-15, cat. 1,500. Photo.
1812 £140
South West Africa: 1923-25 Setting III 1/2d. to 1 set, mainly fine mint pairs. S.G. 16-27, cat. 600. Photo.
1813 £180
South West Africa: 1923-25 Setting VI 1s., 10s. and 1 pairs, all handstamped ''SPECIMEN'', fine with gum. S./G. 35s, 39s, 40s, cat. 500. Photo.
1814 £250
South West Africa: 1923-25 Setting VI 1 green and red in a fine unmounted mint pair from top-left corner of sheet showing plate number ''1''. R.P.S. Certificate (1975). S.G. 40, cat. 250+.
1815 £680
South West Africa: 1927-30 2d. grey and maroon, variety overprint double, one inverted in a fine c.t.o. block of four. S.G. 60cb, cat. 2,000. Photo.
1816 £200
South West Africa: 1930 Air 1s. orange with larger overprint, variety overprint double, fine mint, collectors mark on gum. B.P.A. Certificate (1988). S.G. 73a, cat. 500. Photo.
1817 £250
South West Africa: 1973-79 Succulents 10c. with variety black (face value, etc.) omitted, in a fine unmounted mint pair from top-right corner of sheet (slight crease in margin). S.G. 249a, cat. 550. Photo.
1827 | £1150
South West Africa: A mainly mint collection in a stockbook, incl. 1923-25 Setting I 1/2d. block of four, one showing ''Wes'' for ''West'', setting IV 2s.6d. mint pairs (3), setting VI 1//2d. to 1 set with extra 3d. shade, 1927 2d. to 10s., 1927-30 1 mint pair and used single, 2d. to 10s. set, 6d. pair, one showing no stop after ''A'', 1931 1//2d. to 20s. set, Postage due 1923 5d. pair showing overprint lines transposed, etc., varied condition. (few 100's).
1829 £480
Swaziland: 1961 1/2c. on 1/2d. variety surcharge inverted, light bend otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. 65a, cat. 950. Photo.
1830 £520
Swaziland: 1961 1c. on 1d. variety surcharge double, fine unmounted mint with margin at top. S.G. 66a, cat. 950. Photo.
1831 £650
Swaziland: 1961 10c. on 1s. variety surcharge double unmounted mint with margin at left, small gum wrinkle otherwise fine. S.G. 73a, cat. 1000. Photo.
1832 £150
Swaziland: 1961 25c. on 2s.6d. type II with surcharge at bottom left, small gum wrinkle otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. 74b, cat. 250. Photo.
1833 £320
Swaziland: 1961 50c. on 5s. type III fine unmounted mint. S.G. 75b, cat. 450.
1834 £190
Swaziland: 1968 Independence 1/2c. variety brown omitted fine unmounted mint. S.G. 142a, cat. 350. Photo.
1835 £85
Swaziland: 1984 (Dec.) 30c. on 1c. variety surcharge omitted in a horizontal pair with normal, slight gum imperfections otherwise fine. S.G. 475a, cat. 375. Photo.
1836 £400
Swaziland: 1984 (Dec.) 30c. on 2c. variety surcharge omitted in a horizontal pair with normal, slight gum imperfections otherwise fine, P.F.S.A. certificate (2000). S.G. 476a, unpriced. Photo.
1837 £160
Tanganyika: 1917-21 1r. (3), 2r., 3r., 4r., 5r., 10r. (2) and 20r., mainly good to fine mint. S.G. 55-61, cat. 508. Photo.
1838 | £60
Tanganyika: 1921 2r., 3r. and 5r. (with round stop after ''E''), fine mint. S.G. 66-68.
1840 £130
Tanganyika: 1927-31 5s. and 10s. in unmounted mint marginal blocks of four, fine. S.G. 105, 106, cat. 352+. Photo.
1841 £350
Tanganyika: 1961-64 15c. variety blue omitted (with a very slight trace at bottom right as usual), in a left margin strip of five with second stamp showing partial omission, fine unmounted mint. EC TA220MCa - 10 known, S.G. 110a, cat. 650+. Photo.
1842 | £120
Tanganyika: 1961-64 selection of varieties with 30c. missing ''1'' in ''1961'' in a lower right corner plate block (unused without gum), matching block with ''1'' inserted, and 10s. variety reddish purple (diamond) omitted, fine unmounted mint, also Tanzania 1987 Railway Anniversary 2s. and 10s. (2, one with creases) each with opt. inverted. (6 items).
1844 | £100
Transjordan: A mint selection, incl. 1927-29 2m. to 1000m. set, 1930 Locust 4m., 15m. to 500m., 1943-46 2m. to P1, etc., mainly fine. (47).
1845 £180
Trinidad: 1865 (Sept. 7) printed ''Prices Current'' to England, bearing 1862-63 thick paper perf. 121/2 (1d.), tied by ''1'' in barred oval, has ''PAID/AT/TRINIDAD'' in red, on reverse St.Thomas transit mark. Photo.
1846 £200
Trinidad: 1869 (March 24) envelope to Canada, bearing 1863-80 perf. 121/2 (1d.) and 4d. bright violet, tied by ''1'' in barred oval, has ''TRINIDAD/PAID'' c.d.s. in red, on reverse St.Thomas and Montreal transit and arrival marks, a little roughly opened at top, otherwise fine. Photo.
1847 £120
Trinidad: 1869 (Dec. 24) envelope to England bearing 1863-80 perf. 121/2 1s. lilac-rose, tied by ''I/DE 24/1869'' with ''TRINIDAD/PAID'' c.d.s. in red alongside, on reverse has Huddersfield receiving mark. Photo.
1848 £170
Trinidad: 1878 (May 27) envelope to Canada, bearing 1863-80 perf. 121/2 6d. yellow-green, tied by double arc ''TRINIDAD'' c.d.s., also handstruck ''3'', on reverse Hamilton and Halifax transit and receiving marks. Photo.
1849 £150
Trinidad: 1881 (July 26) envelope to London, bearing 1863-80 perf. 14 4d. bluish-grey, tied ''2/JY 26/1881'' with another strike alongside, double arc ''TRINIDAD'' c.d.s. below. Photo.
1851 £920
Trinidad and Tobago: Tobago: 1891-92 21/2d. on 4d. grey, variety surcharge double, unused part original gum, fine and rare. R.P.S. Certificate (2008). S.G. 31b, cat. 3,000. Photo.
1852 £820
Tristan da Cunha: 1966 Churchill 1d. variety value omitted, due to a misplacement of the gold to the right, in a strip of five with side margins with the other four stamps showing the value at left and the country inscription at right, fine unmounted mint and rare as an intact strip. S.G. 89a, 89var, cat. 850++. Photo.
1853 £100
Tristan da Cunha: 1981 Inaccessible Island Rail 10p. strip of four variety wmk. Crown to right of CA, fine unmounted mint with side margins. S.G. 315aw, cat. 180. Photo.
1854 £580
Tristan da Cunha: 1986 Queen's Birthday 25p. variety silver (cypher and logo) omitted in a rare lower right corner plate/traffic light block of four, fine unmounted mint, with normal block for comparison . S.G. 408a, cat. 1,300+. Photo.
1855 £620
Tristan da Cunha: 1988 Royal Ruby Wedding 65p. variety overprint inverted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 442a, unpriced. Photo.
1856 £320
Tristan da Cunha: Postal Fiscals: 1971 21/2p. on 6d. variety handstamp omitted in pair with normal unmounted mint, with margin at left (mounted in margin), small gum wrinkle otherwise fine and scarce, R.P.S. Certificate (1975). S.G. F2a, cat. 550. Photo.
1857 | £180
Uganda: 1979 Liberation overprints, an unmounted mint selection with Ugandan Crops 80c. and 40s. both with opt. double (S.G. 255a, 262a), and postage dues with 1967 and 1970 sets overprinted, and 1973 1s. corner block of four with overprint inverted, fine. (17).
1858 £480
Zanzibar: 1908-09 1r., 3r., 4r., 5r., 10r., 20r. and 40r. imperforate plate proofs in pairs on gummed watermarked paper, fine. S.G. 234, 236-238, 239, 240, 242. Photo.
1859 £600
Zanzibar: 1913 1c. to 200r. set of imperforate plate proofs on ungummed watermarked paper, fine. S.G. 246-260g. Photo.