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British Empire Postage Stamps & Postal History

Sale number: 47

Thursday 7th May 2009

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3 £780
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1891-1902 21/2d. Prussian blue, Fourth printing Jan. 1894, mint block of four, fine. Heijtz notes ''blocks of four and larger multiples are very scarce, both mint and used''. S.G. 29, cat. 900+, SH 8d. Heijtz certificate (2008). Photo.
5 £120
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: 1898 2s.6d. deep blue and 5s. red mint, the 2s.6d. with slightly sweated, toned gum, the 5s. unmounted but centred left and with two small patches of flattened gum. S.G. 41, 42, cat. 475. Ex Faulkner. Photo.
6 | £400
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria Issues: A mainly mint selection, incl. 1878-79 6d. (2, one unused), 1s., 1882 1d., 1885 1d., 1887 1d., 1891-1902 1/2d. blocks of four and eight, 1d. (10, incl. orange red-brown (unused), orange-brown, claret and reddish chestnut, the last in a marginal block of four), 2d. (15, incl. imprint block of eight and corner block of six), 21/2d. (10, incl. marginal block of four, unmounted), imprint strip of four and Prussian blue shade), and 4d. olive-black unmounted marginal block of ten, poor to fine. (63)
7 £650
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1895 (June 25) a most attractive envelope registered to London, bearing 1/2d., 1d., 21/2d., 4d., 6d. and 1s. (1878) cancelled by type F.1 c.d.s.'s with ''(crown)/REGISTERED'' marking and Aug. 30 hooded circle arrival below. Photo.
8 £150
Falkland Islands: Queen Victoria: Covers and Cancellations: 1900 (Jan. 16) envelope used internally (rare inter-island usage), addressed to G. Turner at Globe Store and franked by 1d. Venetian claret pair cancelled by type F.1 c.d.s. showing ''19OC'' (uniform size), envelope rather worn around edges with 1d. corner damaged and part address erased but characterful, the addressing ''Stanley/E F'' suggesting that the cover probably originated on West Falkland, although not passing through the recently opened Fox Bay P.O., and a pencilled and checked shopping list on the reverse may reflect the contained order. Ex Barton. Photo.
10 | £120
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 1/2d., the three printings, unmounted mint marginal blocks of six and used singles from each (the third cancelled in South Georgia), also 1d. block of four (oxidised) cancelled SG1. (25)
11 | £120
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 3s. green mint, small black ink mark in upper margin, 3s. deep green used, lightly cancelled, 5s. red, two examples, one overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', the other mint, both a little oxidised. S.G. 49, 49b, 50s, 50. Ex Faulkner.
12 £110
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII Issues: 1904-12 3s. myrtle-green, First printing July 1904, and 3s. deep myrtle-green, Second printing June 1906, mint, the latter showing ''Hockey-sticks'' plate scratch [R. 2/2] natural wrinkle, otherwise fine. S.G. 49, b var., SH 22a, 22b v1. Ex Barton. Photo.
14 £110
Falkland Islands: King Edward VII: Covers and Cancellations: 1909 (Jan. 26) mourning envelope to Dorset, franked 1d. (1907), with Feb. 20 Poole arrival backstamp carried on the ''Orcoma'', also Pacific Line postcard (Burley PSNC 2-AA) depicting the ''Orita'' but used 1908 from the ''Orcoma'' with ms. endorsement and bearing G.B. K.E.VII 1d. tied by straight line ''PAQUETE'' and two postcards from Burley series 8 depicting the ''Orcoma'' (used 1928) and the ''Ordua'' (unused) respectively. (4 items) Ex Barton.
15 £260
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA 3s. green, 5s. red (slight faults), 5s. maroon, 10s., mint, 1 small part original gum, horizontal crease, also 1921-28 watermark Multiple Script CA 3s. mint (2, one marginal). (7) S.G. 66, 67, 67b, 68, 69, 80. Ex Faulkner. Photo.
16 £110
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 5s. reddish maroon, mint, lightly hinged, fine and fresh. S.G. 67a, cat. 225. B.P.A. certificate (1982). Ex Faulkner. Photo.
17 £170
Falkland Islands: 1912-20 Watermark Multiple Crown CA: 1 black on red, mint, fine and fresh. S.G. 69, cat. 450. Photo.
18 £120
Falkland Islands: 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands, S.M.S. ''Gneisenau'', picture postcard of Tsingtau sent in May 1913 from the ''Gneisenau'' franked 5pf. cancelled by two strikes of Marine Schiffspost ''22. 5/13'' c.d.s. (with ''22'' inverted), also four unused and one used (sent under cover) cards depicting the cruiser. (6 items) Ex Faulkner.
19 £250
Falkland Islands: 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands: 1914 cover (with enclosed letter, transcript included) addressed by his wife to engineer Fritz Schmidt on board the S.M.S. ''Dresden'' (then sailing southward), sent from Blankenburg Sept. 23 with 10pf. franking, there being no exemption from postage for servicemen at this time, and with sender's endorsement (in German) that it is a ''soldier's letter, private affair of the receiver''. At the Battle of the Falkland Islands on December 8th the ''Dresden'' was the only survivor from Spee's squadron but, after pursuit into the Pacific, HMS ''Glasgow'', ''Kent'' and the ''Orama'' caught up with her at Mas a Tierra, forcing her to scuttle after heavy shelling. Ex Faulkner. Photo.
20 | £110
Falkland Islands: 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands: Selection incl. 1914 (Oct. 6) patriotic postcard to Chief Petty Officer W. Ruffell on H.M.S. Kent at Dartmouth, also seven Chilean or Peruvian cards sent by Ruffell to his wife or daughter in England dated between Mar. 1915 and Jan. 1916, five bearing G.B. 1/2d. or 1d. with maritime ''dumb'' cancellations, the others sent under cover, also two other cards (one showing the ''Good Hope'', the other a montage), ''A Short History of the Falkland Islands and its Stamps'' by Sloan & Goodman, etc.
21 £200
Falkland Islands: 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands: 1914 (Nov. 18) picture postcard from Chief Petty Officer W. Ruffell on H.M.S. Kent to his daughter in Hampshire, purchased en route in the Cape Verde Is., with circular ''PASSED/H.M.S. KENT/CENSOR'' marking and bearing G.B. 1/2d. cancelled on arrival in London on Dec. 24. Ex Faulkner. Photo.
22 £110
Falkland Islands: 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands: 1914 (Nov. 19) picture postcard endorsed ''14 Mess H.M.S. Kent'' purchased en route in the Cape Verde Is., with circular ''PASSED/H.M.S. KENT/CENSOR'' marking, addressed to York and cancelled on arrival in London on Dec. 24 but with adhesive removed. Ex Faulkner. Photo.
23 £150
Falkland Islands: 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands: 1915 envelope with circular ''PASSED/H.M.S. KENT/CENSOR'' marking, addressed to London (apparently sent by clerk, Reginald Kitchin) with 1d. franking cancelled on arrival in London on Feb. 19. The ''Kent'' docked at Callao, Peru on Jan. 22 before proceeding to Chile, where it anchored at Blanco Encalada. Ex Faulkner. Photo.
24 £60
Falkland Islands: 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands: 1914, Uruguayan postcard (Ranchos de Campaa) to London, endorsed ''On Active Service'' and dated Sept. 26, with pair of G.B. 1/2d. postage dues affixed on arrival and cancelled on arrival in Brixton on Oct. 21 1915, believed sent subsequent to the chase after the ''Dresden'' along the South American coast, also two other cards and ''The Story of the Falkland Islands'' by W.L. Allardyce. (4 items)
25 £250
Falkland Islands: 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands: H.M.S. ''Kent'', Selection of homemade postcards from the personal records of Chief Petty Officer W. Ruffell, showing damage to the ''Kent'' (9), the ship alongside a coaling vessel, Xmas Day Party 1914, and two showing Ruffell on shore, most with explanatory notes and a few initialled. (13) Ex Faulkner. Photo.
26 £170
Falkland Islands: 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands, S.M.S. ''Dresden'', scarce H.M. Government blue paper ''THE FALKLAND ISLANDS ACTION./8 DECEMBER 1914.'' produced by the Intelligence Division of the Admiralty War Staff (I.D. 1015) in Aug. 1915, based on an intercepted letter containing an account given by Sub-Lieutenant Richarz, also a selection of six postcards depicting the cruiser, three used by naval personnel and sent stampless from other vessels, and a reproduction photo. (8 items) Ex Faulkner.
27 £210
Falkland Islands: 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands, Collection attractively presented on display leaves in a box file, with nineteen mainly German postcards depicting Maximilan Graf von Spee and/or his sons, admirals and ships, seven used incl. three from naval vessels (one mentioning Chilean coast), 1915 (Dec.) Feldpostbrief envelope (with enclosed letter from officer's wife) and Graf von Spee patriotic label on reverse, postcards of vessels showing the ''Leipzig'' (3), ''Nrnberg'' (3), ''Scharnhorst'' (8, two used), and ''Seydlitz'' (1, also 1918 (Aug. 13) card showing two sailors and sent from the vessel), Battle scenes (3, two used) and two German cards showing ''Der Lekte Mann'', both used. (41 items) Ex Faulkner.
28 | £750
Falkland Islands: 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands: Collection on display leaves contained in a box file, incl. postcards of Sir Edward Grey, Admiral Fisher (3), Admiral Phillimore, Vice-Admiral Sturdee, with framed print and his signature on ''Save the ''Victory'' Fund'' receipt, and also on 1919 dinner menu and on letter of invitation to a meeting of the British Patriotic Fund in Montevideo on Dec. 18 1914, together with that of Capt. Beamish and Capt. Luce, and a range of cards relating to H.M.S. ''Bristol'' (4), ''Canopus'' (3), ''Carnavon'' (1, also an unused ship Christmas card), ''Cornwall'' (3, also a ship Christmas card used in 1915 or 1916 whilst on China Station), ''Good Hope'' (6), ''Glasgow'' (2, also a card sent from the ship in 1913 whilst at Buenos Aires), ''Inflexible'' (11, also a photograph apparently showing the rescue of survivors of the ''Gneisenau''), ''Kent'' (5, also a ship Christmas card used 1915 whilst on China Station), ''Monmouth'' (3), S.S. ''Macedonia'' (4, also a telegram with envelope sent to the ship in May 1914), ''Orama'' (2), H.M.A.S. ''Australia'' (2), etc., mostly good to fine. (approx. 75 items) Ex Faulkner.
29 | £220
Falkland Islands: 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands: Collection of later items on display leaves contained in a box file, incl. postcards of the funerals, memorial, etc. Heyburn AA-4-aaz, AA-5-aa, AA-6-aa, AC-6-ac, AQ-1-aq, AR-1-ar, AT-1-at, and unlisted card from the AE series, ''Coronel and the Falkland Islands'' by A. Neville Hilditch from the Oxford Pamphlets series, commemorative items incl. 1964 Anniversary set in plate blocks of six, single set on presentation card, and a range of covers incl. eight Seale & Co. f.d.c.'s bearing 21/2d., etc., mainly good to fine. (57 items) Ex Faulkner.
30 £50
Falkland Islands: 1918-20 ''WAR STAMP'' Overprints: Low Overprints, Third overprinting (Apr. 1919) 1d. glossy overprint, showing low overprint over value tablet, lightly hinged, also Fourth overprinting (Oct. 1919) 1d. matt overprint block of four showing overprint similarly lowly placed, upper left stamp with wide space variety, the lower pair unmounted, fine. Ex Barton.
31 £180
Falkland Islands: 1929-37 Whale & Penguin Issue: 1/2d. to 1 set with shades of 1d., 4d., 6d. and 1s., the 10s. and 1 (vertical crease and small patch of sweated gum at top) marginal. S.G. 116-126, cat. 720. Ex Faulkner. Photo.
32 £210
Falkland Islands: 1929-37 Whale & Penguin Issue: 1 black on red showing rough perforations, cancelled by superb central ''12 SP/29'' PS.1B c.d.s., exceptionally fine. S.G. 126, cat. 375. Ex Barton. Photo.
33 | £130
Falkland Islands: 1933 Centenary Issue: 1d. and 2d. marginal horizontal strips of three, 3d. vertical strip of three, 4d. marginal block of four, unmounted mint, 1d. (2), 11/2d., 3d., 6d. (2), mint, chiefly fine. (19) Cat. 319+.
34 £1250
Falkland Islands: 1933 Centenary Issue: 5s. black and yellow in a lower marginal imprint pair, fine mint. S.G. 136, cat. 1,300+. Photo.
35 £980
Falkland Islands: 1933 Centenary Issue: 5s. black and yellow-orange, fine used. S.G. 136a, cat. 2,250. Photo.
36 | £95
Falkland Islands: 1935 Silver Jubilee Issue: 1s. pair on 1935 (May 7) envelope to England, 1d. on 1935 (July 10) envelope to Switzerland, 1s. on registered envelope to England, the last from Fox Bay. (3 covers)
37 £1100
Falkland Islands: 1935 Silver Jubilee Issue: 1s. slate and purple showing ''extra flagstaff'' variety [Pl. ''1'', R. 9/1], used with 4d. on piece, sharing central South Georgia SG1 ''18 NO/35'' c.d.s, fine and rare. S.G. 142a (Z69 var.), 141 (Z68). B.P.A. certificate (1978). Photo.
40 £90
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1924(c.) envelope to Manchester franked 1d and endorsed ''Per S.S. ''Oropesa'', 1926 incoming envelope registered from Buenos Aires similarly endorsed, also Pacific Line coloured Oropesa postcard (Burley PSNC 1-E) used 1901 to Geneva bearing G.B. 1d. lilac cancelled at Bahia, and R.P. picture postcard of the ship used 1929 to Ireland. (4 items) Ex Barton.
41 £220
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: Maritime cancellations, 1924 (May 21) piece, almost certainly from a parcel, with fourteen 1d. (two overprinted ''WAR STAMP'') and one 2d., totalling 1s.4d., cancelled by four poor to good strikes of ''H.M.C.S. ''AFTERGLOW'/POSTED ON BOARD'' oval datestamp (Heijtz SC.5), slight soiling and discolouration but most unusual, also a reproduction photo of the vessel. Photo.
43 £60
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1927 (Dec. 17) envelope from the U.S.A. addressed to the Postmaster in Stanley, franked 24c. and carried on Embry-Riddle first flight Cincinnati-Chicago (CAM-24, subject to a forced landing due to a snowstorm) and then New York with special cachets (on both sides) and then on S.S. ''Majestic'' to England, with Apr. 3 1928 arrival backstamp. Ex Barton.
44 £320
Falkland Islands: King George V: Covers and Cancellations: 1933 (Feb. 14) P.S.N. Co. envelope to Washington D.C., U.S.A. posted by a passenger on board the ''Reina del Pacfico'' on her second visit to the islands, franked by Centenary 1d. and 11/2d. and probably carried on the ''Durban''. Photo.
45 | £200
Falkland Islands: King George VI Issues: A mainly King George VI selection on leaves, with study of 1937 Coronation, 1938-50 definitives with a range of shades and multiples to 2s.6d., 5s., mint, 1952 values to 10s. (unmounted mint and used blocks of four), some Dependencies etc., good to fine. (approx. 275)
46 | £240
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: A mainly mint selection in a stockbook, with a range of shades and multiples to 2s.6d. mint and used, 5s. mint (2), used (2), 10s. mint and used, 1 unused and used, chiefly fine. (190)
47 £210
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 1s. deep dull blue on thin paper, Fourth printing May 1947, an unmounted mint block of four, marginal from the right of the sheet, fine. S.G. 158c, cat. 300+, SH 88d.
48 £500
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 5s. indigo and pale yellow-brown, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 161b, cat. 900. Photo.
49 £300
Falkland Islands: 1938-50 Definitives: 5s. indigo and pale yellow-brown, fine mint. S.G. 161b. Photo.
50 £420
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.
51 £280
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: 1939 Battle of the River Plate, a collection on display leaves, etc. contained in one binder and a box file, incl. two 1942 stampless envelopes, incoming (from Germany, censored) and outgoing (to Buenos Aires), from Isla Martin Garcia ''refuge'' camp in Argentina, H.M.S. ''Ajax'' and ''Exeter'' ship Christmas cards, ''Ajax'' and ''Graf Spee'' hat bands, extensive of range of postcards of the ''Graf Spee'', its scuttling etc. incl. Heyburn AQ-18-aqu, 1940 official Government report, later commemorative stamp issues and covers, reproduction photographs, reference articles, etc. Ex Faulkner. Photo.
52 £90
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: 1942 (Jan. 13) postcard, privately produced by Karl Lellman with photographically reproduced sketch of the ''Hebe'' commemorating the centenary of the first civil administration, locally addressed in pencil and franked by 1d. cancelled on picture side. Photo.
53 £980
Falkland Islands: King George VI: Covers and Cancellations: Evacuee Mail: 1942 stampless envelope endorsed ''EVACUEE'' and addressed to Mrs. L. A. Sedgwick with light Port Stanley PS.2 c.d.s. of ''27 MR/42'', the sender identified as her daughter, ''Una Sedgwick'' by endorsement on reverse, lower flap missing, otherwise fine and very rare. Heijtz notes seven known examples of this concessionary arrangement extended to women and children evacuated from Stanley as a precautionary measure. Photo.
55 | £580
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: A mint and used collection from 1955 to 1978 in an album incl. 1962 Radio 2s. used with wmk. inverted, 1960-66 Birds 1/2d. to 1 (marginal with imprint) set with DLR printings used, also a set in used blocks, 1966 Churchill 1s. unmounted mint with wmk. inverted, 1968 Flowers1/2d. to 1 set used, also a used block of twenty five of the 1, 1978 Mailboat set in used blocks, good range of plate varieties and flaws on other commemorative issues , etc. (100's)
56 | £170
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues, a collection of definitive issues in a binder, incl. 1955-57 and 1960-66 sets mint, 1968 Flowers mint and on last day cover, 1971 surcharges unmounted mint and used (on covers), 1972-75 set unmounted mint and used, range of covers, both philatelic and commercial, bookets, postage dues, etc., chiefly fine. Ex Faulkner.
57 | £110
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1968-75 Flowers issues, specialised study on leaves, etc., incl. 1968 set unmounted mint, mint (less 5s.) and used, 1971 surcharges (less 6p. on 1s.) unmounted mint and used, 1972-75 set unmounted mint and used, some unmounted mint multiples incl. plate blocks, varieties, pieces and interesting covers., mostly fine. (approx. 280)
58 | £90
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: A mainly fine used collection of sets from 1978 to 1985 contained in an Exeter album all are with ''FOX BAY'' c.d.s. incl. commemorative sets in blocks, 1982 Mailships and 1984 Insects sets in gutter pairs, etc. (100's)
59 | £80
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: A mainly good to fine mint collection from 1978 to 1984 in an album incl. 1982 Mailship set in used gutter pairs, commemorative sets with some in blocks, range of wmk. varieties and plate flaws, etc. (100's)
60 £160
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1980 Birds of Prey 11p. variety watermark Crown to left of CA, fine unmounted mint, also 1982 Rebuilding Fund 1 + 1 variety watermark Crown to right of CA fine unmounted mint with margin at left. S.G. 385w, 430w, cat. 460, SH 309 wmk1, 369 wmk1. Photo.
61 | £520
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1982 Falklands Conflict, An accumulation in several binders, etc. contained in a carton, incl. commemorative covers, some signed, special cancellations, propaganda postcards, Prescott-Pickup & Co., ''Falklands Task Office'' and ''War in the South Atlantic'', two sets of 63 postcards, the former with special album (Sovereign series no. 7, 8), and an extensive gathering of original cuttings relating to the Conflict from U.K. newspapers between Mar. 23 and June 16 1982. Ex Wharton.
62 | £170
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: 1982 Falklands Conflict, a selection with a range of covers incl. incoming ''Time'' wrapper with scarce Buenos Aires interrupted mail cachet, F.P.O.'s, one ''Post Free'', ship and flight cachets, some later commemorative items, photos, etc., good to fine. (approx. 40 items)
63 | £80
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: A used collection from 1984 to 1989 in an album incl. 1984 Insects to 3 (7), 1989 Ships to 5 (3), commemorative sets, etc., good to fine. (few 100's)
64 | £75
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: A used collection of sets from 1984 to 1991 in gutter pairs contained in an Exeter album all with Fox Bay cancellations. incl. 1989 Ships 1p. to 5, etc., chiefly fine.
65 | £50
Falkland Islands: Queen Elizabeth II Issues: A selection of sets from 1984 to 1991 in gutter pairs mainly fine used on small pieces incl. 1974 Insects 1p. to 3, 1989 Ships 1p. to 5, etc.
66 | £1200
Falkland Islands: Collections: An accumulation in seventeen albums, stockbooks, etc., the balance of the Margery Wharton collection, from 1878-79 1d. unused, 6d., 1s., mint, all with faults, 1891-1902 to 6d. (3), 9d., 1s., 1938-50 2s.6d., 5s., 1, 1952 to 1, mint, 1955-57 set mint (2, one unmounted) and used, 1960-66 set used, later with gutter pairs unmounted mint, f.d.c.'s from 1953 onward incl. 1968 (2), 1971 and 1972 (2) Flowers, commercial mail, also some South Georgia and B.A.T., and an extensive range of ephemera incl. photographs, mainly fine. (100's) Ex Wharton.
67 | £700
Falkland Islands: Collections: A mainly modern accumulation in three binders and five box files contained in a carton, the balance of the Judith Faulkner collection incl. displays on the History of the Falkland Islands in stamps with 1933 Centenary 1s. mint, 1952 to 1 mint and used, Falkland Islands Police with badges, 1962 Traffic Accident report, 1987 Firearms Licence, and departmental cachets, 2007 Anniversary of Falklands Conflict, R.R.S. ''John Biscoe'' II with covers and cachets, also selections of postal stationery, registered mail, documents, ephemera, ''Views in the Falkland Islands'' booklet, second series, Dependencies incl. 1944-45 Overprint sets with 6d. shades, 1948 Maps, 1954-62 values to 1, mint, South Georgia with cachets and cancellations, stamp issues 1984 to 2006 unmounted mint and on f.d.c, Antarctic Bases covers, etc., mostly fine. (100's) Ex Faulkner.
68 | £180
Falkland Islands: Collections: A mint collection on leaves, issues from 1935 to 1972, incl. 1938-50 to 5s. (2), 10s., 1, 1952 to 1, 1960-66 to 1, etc., mainly fine with some unmounted. (114).
69 | £350
Falkland Islands: Collections: A mainly fine used collection of issues from 1912 to 1978 in an Exeter album with all stamps cancelled in Fox Bay incl. 1912-20 1/2d. to 21/2d values used on small registered piece, 1918-20 ''WAR STAMP'' 1/2d. to 1s. two sets on small pieces, 1933 Centenary 1/2d. to 1s. values on small pieces, 1938-50 values to 10s., 1960-63 Birds set with DLR printings, many later sets, etc. (few 100's)
70 | £500
Falkland Islands: Collections: A comprehensive collection of commemorative issues in four large binders, from 1935 Silver Jubilee mint and used on cover, etc. to 2006 with most issues mint and on f.d.c., also some commercial covers, mainly fine. (100's) Ex Faulkner.
71 | £350
Falkland Islands: Collections: A mainly Q.E.II accumulation in a small carton, incl. mint commemoratives and definitives, booklets, f.d.c.'s incl. British Antarctic Territory, South Georgia & South Sandwich Islands, etc., mainly fine.
73 | £110
Falkland Islands: Miscellaneous: Farm/Camp Mail, a collection on display pages with covers showing cachets from a range of locations, some with enclosures, Douglas Station 1961 receipt, etc., chiefly fine. (35 items) Ex Faulkner.
74 | £120
Falkland Islands: Miscellaneous: Government House, a thematic collection on display leaves incl. official stationery, cachets and a range of Governors' autographs incl. Sir Herbert Henniker-Heaton (also initials on two fire damaged items), Sir Edwin Arrowsmith (2), Sir Cosmo Haskard (3), Sir Ernest Lewis, Sir James Parker, Sir Rex Hunt, William Fullerton (2), Richard Ralph (3), Donald Lamont (2) and Howard Pearce, incl. signed photos. Ex Faulkner.
76 | £210
Falkland Islands: Miscellaneous: Official Cachets, an extensive collection in two large binders, mainly arranged according to ''The Official Cachets of the Falkland Islands'' by F.G. Mitchell (2002), with stampless O.H.M.S. envelopes incl. Agriculture, Air Service, Archivist, British Antarctic Survey, Broadcasting Station, Chief Executive, Council, Customs & Harbour, Defence Force, Development Corporation, Education, Fisheries, Legal, Medical, Police, Printing Office, Red Cross, Treasury, Works Department, etc. incl. some original enclosures, unlisted, cachets of origin, or South Georgia items, mostly fine. Ex Wharton. (approx. 470 covers)
82 £50
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: 1893-1903 1d. postcard used 1898 (Mar. 31) to the Isle of Wight, a little worn, cancelled F.1 and with Ventnor Apr. 29 arrival, carried on H.M.S. ''Swallow'' (reproduction photo included) to Montevideo and thence on the ''Oropesa'' with message in French from Andrew Baillon, Colonial Manager of the Falkland Islands Co., ''Nous attendons le Ramses ici le 6 ou 7 avril ... Adieu l' ''Hirondelle'' - adieu l't !'' (We expect the ''Ramses'' on the 6th or 7th April ... Goodbye ''Swallow'', goodbye Summer !). Ex Barton.
84 £110
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: 1893-1903 1d. postcard used 1900 (Jan. 26) to Germany clearly cancelled type F.1 v2 c.d.s. ''JA 26/19OC'' with ''OC'' uniform size and ''26'' elevated, in provisional use between Jan. 13 and Feb. 8, with additional strike and Mar. 1 arrival at left, the card written by a passenger on board the ''Serapis'' but apparently carried later by the Italian corvette ''Christopher Columbus''. Ex Barton. Photo.
88 £230
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: 1917 1d. envelope used with ''WAR STAMP'' 1d. to London, cancelled by fine F.4B c.d.s.'s of ''5 DE/19'' and carried on the ''Orcoma'', some creasing and soiling but scarce correct war tax usage. Heijtz E3. Photo.
90 £100
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: 1924 1d. envelope type II used 1926 (Mar. 6) with added 1d. pair to Texas, lightly cancelled by F.6 c.d.s.'s and carried on the ''Magellan'', the sender being either unaware of the reduced foreign rate (21/2d. from Jan. 1) or not possessed of the requisite 1/2d. stamp. Photo.
91 £80
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: 1938 1d. envelope commercially used in 1943 to Manchester. Heijtz E4.
92 £120
Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: 1938 1d. letter card (scarce), 1960 1d. postcard and 1d.+1d. reply card, unused, fine. (3 items) Heijtz L2, P7, P8. Photo.
94 £450
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1901-04 selection comprising A series by Albert Aust of Hamburg A-5-ay used 1902 to France (adhesive removed, illustrated on p. 25 of the Heyburn catalogue), C series Sea Elephant cards C-1-c, used under cover, and C-2-c unused, D series by T & N Binnie of Stanley D-3-d, D-4-d, D-9-d, D-12-d (illustrated on p. 44 of the Heyburn catalogue), also a version of D-13-d printed in England (retitled ''Sheep Gathering, Port Stephens, W.F.''), E series with split title E-1-e, E-4-e used 1905 (adhesive removed), F series for the Bitish Isles only F-1-f, F-3-f and F-4-f unused, fair to fine. (13) Ex Wharton.
95 £580
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1901 B series by George Biggs of Port Stanley, selection comprising B-1-by (but without stop after ''SIDE''), B-2-bz, unused, B-3-bz used in England 1905 from Whitchurch to Antwerp, B-5-by, B-6-b (a little aged), B-7-by, B-9-by, B-10-bz (with annotation on picture side), B-11-b coloured, unused, B-12-bz (Argentine adhesive affixed), B-13-by used (under cover), B-15-bx coloured, B-16-b coloured, B-17-bz used 1903 (adhesive removed), B-19-b, B-20-by, B-21-by, unused, mainly good to fine. (17) Ex Wharton. Photo.
96 £250
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1901-13, selection of cards comprising B series by George Biggs of Port Stanley B-2-bz, B-4-bz, B-8-bz, B-10-bz, B-14-by, coloured B-15-bx, unused, B-16-b used 1925 to Berlin, franked 21/2d. on picture side (pre-printing crease), B-17-bz, B-18-bz, unused, N series by Globe Stores in colour N-3-n unused, N-5-n used (under cover), N-6-n unused (crease), P series P-1-p, P-2-p, T series printed in Saxony T-2-tz, T-8-t, unused, fair to fine. (16) Ex Faulkner. Photo.
97 £190
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1901 B series by George Biggs of Port Stanley, card of Malvina House, franked by 1891-1902 1d. orange-red and addressed to Devonport, England, fine. B-8-bz. Photo.
99 £420
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1905-07 selection, comprising Lighthouse card I-1-i used 1910 (under cover, illustrated pp. 58-59 of the Heyburn catalogue), K series Malvina II K-1-k, K-2-k variant (title in black, etc.), K-3-kz panorama card of Stanley, K-4-lz, L series Malvina III L-3-l, unused, L-4-l, L-5-l used (under cover and with paste on photo, see p. 66 of Heyburn catalogue), L-6-l to L-9l, unused, L-10-l used (adhesive removed), M series by Adolfo Kwasny of Punta Arenas M-1-m used 1908 from Valparaiso to England, M-2-mz used within U.S.A., and M-3-m unused, fair to fine. (16) Ex Wharton. Photo.
100 £160
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1907 N series by Globe Stores in colour, N-1-n, N-3-n, N-4-nz (crease), N-5-n to N-8-n (creases), also N-6-n variant with gloss surface and K.E.VII 1/2d on picture side cancelled Jan. 1912, and O series coloured card O-1-nz unused, fair to fine. (9) Ex Wharton.
101 £120
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1910 Hoods of Middlesbrough P series, card of Christchurch Cathedral franked by 1/2d. and 1d., used 1923 (Nov. 9) to Paris by a passenger on board the ''Oropesa'' and probably carried on the ''Falkland''. P-1-p. Photo.
102 £260
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1910-14 selection comprising P series P-2-p unused, P-5-pz (later reprint used 1980 in South Georgia), P-8-p unused, Q series (South Georgia) by Petterson of Norway Q-4-q, Q-12-q, Q-17-q, unused, ''Gentoo'' Penguins R-1-r , ''Rocky'' Penguin Rookery used (stained, adhesive removed), W series by T. & N. Binnie of Stanley W-1-e, W-2-w, unused, coloured Stanley Souvenir Card X-1-x unused, also Imperial Institute manila envelope for sale of set of 12 postcard views, priced 6d., fair to fine. (12 items) Ex Wharton. Photo.
103 £280
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1913 T series printed in Saxony T-1-t, T-2-tz (vertical creases), T-3-t (New Island), unused, T-5-tz used (under cover), T-6-tz (a little aged), T-8-t, unused, T-9-t apparently used, T-10-tz to T-13-tz, T-15-t (also a 1908 Rotary Photo card of Ellaline Terriss), fair to fine. (13 items) Ex Wharton.
104 £520
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1914 U series by Ray Hardy depicting South Georgia and the Whaling Industry, U-1-u to U-8-u, U-10-u, U-11-u, U-14-u to U-17-u, fourteen coloured cards from the set of eighteeen, U-7-u repaired at top, otherwise good to fine unused except U-2-u used (under cover, slight stains). Ex Wharton. Photo.
105 £110
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1914 V series by R. & A. Hardy, V-1-v to V-7-v set of seven cards, good to fine unused. Ex Wharton.
106 £210
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1914-28 selection, comprising V series by R. & A. Hardy, V-1-v, V-2-vz to V-4-vz, unused, coloured Stanley Souvenir Card X-1-x unused (signed and dated by T. Binnie), Y series printed in Britain Y-6-y unused, AB series by Hoods of Middlesborough AB-1-ab, AB-3-ab, AB-6-ab, AB-9-ab, AB-11-ab, AC series AC-2-acz, AC-11-acz, AC-12-ac, unused, AC-1-6-ac used 1921 to France (adhesive removed), AC-16-acz, AD series by R.V. Hardy, ''framed'' cards AD-2-adz, AD-6-adz, unused, AH ''Greetings'' series AH-4-aqt unused, and AN-4-an unused, fair to fine. (20) Ex Faulkner. Photo.
107 £80
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1914 V series by R. & A. Hardy, card of Darwin Harbour (Heyburn V-3-v) unused, also two homemade cards dated May 9 1930 and sent under cover, showing two scenes from a trip to Darwin by half-track lorry, with message on both cards. (3 items)
108 £140
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1915 Y series printed in Britain, Y-1-y to Y-6-y set of six, good to fine unused. Ex Wharton.
109 £290
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1915 AA series by T. & N. Binnie of Port Stanley depicting the Battle of the Falkland Islands naval funeral, AA-1-aa, AA-3-aay, AA-4-aay, AA-5-aa, AA-6-aa, good to fine unused. (5) Ex Wharton.
110 £150
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1915 AB series by Hoods of Middlesborough, AB-1-ab to AB-11-ab set of eleven cards, mainly fine unused with ''SOUVENIR OF THE/FALKLAND/ISLANDS'' green envelope by Hoods for a ''set'' of twelve cards (a little worn). (12 items) Ex Wharton.
111 £320
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1915-24, selection comprising AC series by Hoods AC-1-a-c unused, AC-2-acz used by a sailor in Liverpool (slight faults), AC-3-acz, AC-5-ac, AC-7-ab, AC-9-acz (stained), AC-10-acz, AC-11-ac, AC-12-acz, AC-13-ac, AC-16-ac, unused, AG ''Stanley'' series printed in Britain AG-1-ag, AH ''Greetings'' series AH-2-aqs used 1940 from South Georgia (under cover), AH-3-aqu, AH-4-aqt, unused, AH-7 used (under cover), AI British Empire Exhibition series AI-1-ai, AJ series AJ-1-aj used from the Falklands Wireless Station (under cover), AJ-2-ajz, AJ-5-aj, unused, mainly good to fine. (20) Ex Wharton.
113 £270
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1916 World War I AE series ''British Throughout'', AE-1-ae to AE-3-ae, AE-5-ae to AE-7-ae, AE-11-ae and one unlisted titled ''Stanley, Falkland Islands, Funeral of men killed in action in battle off Falkland Islands, Dec. 1914, - showing sympathetic Naval followers.'', a few trivial stains, otherwise fine unused. (8) Photo. Ex Wharton.
114 £150
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1916 World War I AE Series, card of the ''Instituto de Pesca'' franked 1d. and used 1924 (Oct. 5) to Surrey, probably carried on the ''Ortega'', scarce. AE-10-ae. Photo.
115 £350
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1916 panoramic postcard of ''Hvalstationen, Syd-Georgia'', BF-1-bf, unused (pencil note on reverse). Ex Wharton. Photo.
116 £350
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1920 AF series by the Southern Studio, South Georgia, AF-1-af to AF-10-af, the set of ten cards contained in window booklet ''PRINCE OLAV HARBOUR/SOUTH GEORGIA'' in gold on green (illustrated on p. 145 of the Heyburn catalogue), scarce. Photo. Ex Wharton.
117 £85
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1925 AK series of South Shetlands cards, AK-2-akz panoramic postcard (General View of Factory Bay, South Shetlands) addressed from South Shetlands to Port Stanley, bearing Overprinted 2d. cancelled in violet ''5 DEC 1944'' (Tabarin period) with Dec. 15 arrival backstamp, AK-3-1k and AK-4-ak, fine unused. (3) Ex Wharton. Photo. See also lot 175.
118 £90
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1927-28 small selection comprising AL-1-al by Larsen of Tnsberg, unlisted Battle Memorial horizontal card from AM series, AN-3-an, An-5-an, AN-6-an British cards, and AO-1-ao card of the ''Great Britain'', all unused, a few minor stains, otherwise fine. (6) Ex Wharton.
119 £140
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1928 AN Series, card of a ''Carancha'' (actually a Striated Caracara) used to Argentina from a passenger on board the ''Orita'' (possibly E.B. Goddard of the Falkland Islands Co. as address given as ''Stanley House''), bearing 1d. with cancellation date unclear but dated ''16-1-21'' in ms., probably intended for despatch on the ''Bogot'' but arriving at the islands after its sailing. AN-1-an. Photo.
120 £230
Falkland Islands: Postcards: Collection of cards from 1933 onward in three binders, incl. AQ-2-aqz unused, AQ-3-aqy used 1948 to England, AQ-8-aqv, AQ-19-aqs, AR-7-ar, unused, AR-12-ar (with Whale & Penguin cancelled 1936 on picture side), AR-17-ar, AR-19-ar, AT-1-at, AT-3-at, AW series by T. & N. Binnie AW-1-aw, AW-5-aw to AW-11-aw, BC-1-bc, 1950 Photocrom of Tunbridge Wells pack of twelve ''photo snaps'' and later to 1995, good to fine. Ex Faulkner.
121 £170
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1933 AQ Les Hardy of Stanley Centenary series, nineteen cards from the recorded twenty-three, complete less AQ-8, AQ-18, AQ-19 and AQ-21, cards AQ-20-aqr and AQ-22-aq being coloured and AQ-7-aqw part coloured, a few with adhesions on reverse, otherwise mainly fine unused except AQ-12-aqz bearing 21/2d. and locally addressed in 1951. Btwn. AQ-1-aq and AQ-23-aqv. Ex Wharton.
122 £170
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1933-40, selection comprising AR Centenary series by the Falkland Islands Co. AR-1-ar to AR-3-ar, AR-5-ar, AR-14-ar, AR-16-ar, AR-17-ar, AR-21-ar, mainly fine unused, 1933 T. & N. Binnie Centenary card AS-1-as locally addressed bearing Centenary 11/2d., 1933 AT series by Les Hardy, AT-1-at, AT-3-at, AT-5-at, unused, 1938 AV series with AV-1-av, AV-2-av, unused, and unlisted type depicting Gentoo Penguin in vertical format, franked 1d. (2) and used 1948 to Liverpool, 1940 AW-10-aw by T. & N. Binnie locally addressed, franked 1d., 1933 printed in Britain BJ-1-bj unused and BC-1-bc depicting Old Seal of the Colony, unused, mainly good to fine. (26) Ex Wharton.
124 | £60
Falkland Islands: Postcards: A selection, incl. postcards Heyburn AC-1-ac (2) unused, AC-5-ac used to England but stamps uncancelled, AC-8-ac unused, AD-2-adz used under cover, AQ-3-aqy, AQ-17-aqu, AW-10-aw, unused, etc. (11 items).
125 | £210
Falkland Islands: The collection of modern postcards from 1950, arranged in five binders, largely in accordance with ''A Catalogue of Falkland Islands Postcards 1950-1982'' by Margery Wharton (2008) and later notes to the present day, incl. issued cards from 1950 Photocrom of Tunbridge Wells with the two packs of accompanying ''photo snaps'', 1963(c.) Berridge of London set of ''WILD LIFE'' photos, later scenes and wildlife studies incl. Tony Chater, Anna King, South Georgia cards from Major Rhind (1984) onward, etc., chiefly fine. Ex Wharton.
126 £85
Falkland Islands: Postcards: Unlisted photographic postcard, apparently privately produced with pencil note on reverse identifying scene as ''Sheep Farm/Lively Island/Falkland Islands'', unused. Ex Wharton. Photo.
127 £60
Falkland Islands: Postcards: 1908 (Jan. 28) privately printed postcard (endorsed ''This is the foal being tamed'') franked 1d. wmk. sideways at Foreign postcard rate, probably carried on the ''Oravia'' but without arrival markings. Ex Barton. Photo.
129 £95
Falkland Islands: Postcards: Unlisted photographic card of Victory Green in Stanley showing artillery manoeuvres with three fieldguns aligned, unused. Ex Wharton. Photo.
131 £220
Falkland Islands: Postcards: South Georgia, five unlisted photographic cards showing views of Husvik Whaling Station, used 1925 to Oslo (adhesive removed), Leith Harbour, elephant seals and two of Stromness (one endorsed ''Proposed spot of new R/T Station'' in ms., used 1925 to Birmingham (adhesives removed), also booklet ''Views of SOUTH GEORGIA/DEPENDENCY OF THE/FALKLAND ISLANDS'' containing sixteen views or wildlife studies in sepia. (6 items) Ex Wharton. Photo.
132 £85
Falkland Islands: Postcards: Unlisted photographic card showing view of Stanley from the present site of the Battle Memorial, with Whale and Penguin 1/2d. strip of three cancelled by two strikes of Port Stanley c.d.s. of ''30 JA/30''. Ex Wharton. Photo.
133 £150
Falkland Islands: Postcards: A selection of unlisted photographic cards apparently related to the islands, variously depicting the Town Hall in Winter, Whalebone Arch, Two Sisters, elephant seals, beached whales and penguins (one apparently cancelled on New Island with adhesive removed, most fair to fine unused, also booklet ''Views in the Falkland Islands'', Second Series, by Hood's of Middlesbrough. (12 items) Ex Wharton. Photo.
134 | £50
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1944-45 Overprint sets in horizontal pairs on unaddressed envelopes, cancelled ''8 DEC 1944'' (Graham Land), ''12 FEB 1945'' (South Orkneys), ''20 FEB 1945'' (South Georgia) or ''17 JAN 1946'' (South Shetlands), also a 1983-84 selection of twelve mainly B.A.T. covers or cards, some signed incl. Chris Furse and Rex Hunt. (19 items)
135 £210
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1946-49 Thick Map 1/2d. to 1s. set perforated ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type B9), mainly fine with gum, scarce. (8) S.G. G1s-G8s, cat. 850. Photo.
136 £130
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1946-49 Thick Map set cancelled by Graham Land c.d.s.'s of ''22 MAR 1949'' on postcard privately produced by Karl Lellman with sketch of the ''Scoresby'', the 2d. and 6d. showing ''broken arc'', the latter also with ''extra island'', the 9d. with internal wrinkle, otherwise fine and scarce. Photo.
137 £90
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1946 Victory set perforated ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type D21), the 1d. with traces of gum on surface, otherwise fine with gum. S.G. G17s, G18ss, cat. 250.
138 | £70
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1948 Silver Wedding 1s. (2) used on 1949 (Mar. 4.) airmail cover registered to England, S.G. G20.
139 £190
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1956 (Dec. 14) envelope to England mailed from Hunting Aerosurveys Base at Deception Island, bearing Trans-Antarctic Expedition set cancelled type B6 c.d.s.'s, with four line cachet and special label affixed. Photo.
140 £75
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1960 (Apr.) postcard privately produced by Karl Lellman with a sketch of the Laurie Island Post Office, franked by 1954-62 1d. tied to picture side by indistinct. Signy Island H2 c.d.s., addressed to New Zealand with Waiuku Aug. 9 c.d.s., a few slight perf. tones but a very scarce depiction.
141 £420
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1981 Plants 7p., variety watermark inverted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 91w, cat. 600, SH 165 wmk.1. Photo.
142 £780
Falkland Islands Dependencies: 1981 Plants 25p., variety watermark upright, rare gutter pair with coloured plate numbers between, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 94w, cat. 1,000+, SH 168 wmk.1. Photo.
143 | £100
Falkland Islands Dependencies: A collection of sets from 1979 to 1984 in gutter pairs mainly unmounted mint incl. 1980 1p. to 3 set (also set used), etc. (few 100)
145 £250
Falkland Islands Dependencies: Graham Land: 1947-60, selection of sixteen envelopes, incl. 1947 (Mar. 25) to Stanley bearing Map 6d. cancelled A1 in violet, 1948 (Apr. 5) 1s.3d. to 1 (5s. is indigo and yellow-brown) cancelled A1 (late use) on unaddressed cover, 1951 (Dec. 31) Thin Map set cancelled A2 on two covers to Stanley, 1960 (Dec. 12) envelope to London, with signatures, franked 3d. cancelled A4. Ex Wharton.
146 £320
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: Two unlisted real photographic postcards by Veiga & Brazil of Punta Arenas, both depicting an elephant seal, one handstamped ''FROM THE SOUTH GEORGIA EXPEDITION BY. E. SWINHOE'' below, unused. Believed to be one of very few recorded, including one example known used in 1907. Photo. Ex Wharton.
147 £2100
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1928 21/2d. on 2d. provisional surcharge, fine mint lower right corner marginal block of four, the lower pair unmounted. S.G. 115, cat. 4,000+. B.P.A. certificate (1987). Photo.
148 £550
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1928 21/2d. on 2d. provisional surcharge, mint, fine. S.G. 115, cat. 1,000. Photo.
149 £600
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1928 21/2d. on 2d. provisional surcharge, tied to piece by fine SG2 c.d.s. of ''FE 19/28''. S.G. 115, cat. 1,100. B.P.A. certificate (1998). Photo.
152 | £65
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1946-47, an interesting selection of photographs taken by S.A. Shingler and with his contemporary annotations, incl. views of Grytviken whaling station, wildlife, ships incl. the ''Orwell'', ''Southern Harvester'', etc. (33)
153 £210
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1972 Shackleton 11/2p. imperforate single [pos. 7/3 from the only known sheet of 50], fine unmounted mint. S.G. 32 var., SH 109 v1. Heijtz certificate (2003). Photo.
154 £80
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1977 3p. on 31/2d. bistre, variety watermark inverted, unmounted mint with right hand margin, fine. S.G. 58 var., SH 133 wmk.1.
155 £260
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: 1977-78 50p. on 10s. variety watermark inverted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 66w., cat. 500, SH 140 var. Photo.
156 | £320
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Georgia: An extensive collection in three binders, with earlier covers incl. whaling items incl. 1926 ''Olsen'' cover to Sandefjord (faults), 1937 to London bearing Centenary 1/2d. and 1d., 1944-45 Overprint set on two covers, 1954 to Newcastle with ''Southern Harvester'' cachet, 1971 surcharges and 1969 1 on three 1976 covers, some signed items incl. 1960 envelope and letter signed Duncan Carse, 1971 Reindeer Party, f.d.c.'s to 2002, ephemera with a bag of labels, official forms, photographs incl. an interesting group from c.1946-47, etc., mainly good to fine. Ex Wharton. (100's)
159 £320
Falkland Islands: Whaling Mail: 1934 (Jan. 12) envelope from Grytviken to Norway with sender's note on flap, franked at Foreign 21/2d. rate by Centenary 1/2d. and 2d. Photo.
160 £100
Falkland Islands: Whaling Mail: 1938 (Oct. 10) German 5pf. stationery card addressed without message (as usual) to Germany, cancelled by two fine strikes of Deutsche Schiffspost c.d.s. of the W.F.M. ''Walter Rau'', scarce. Photo.
161 £120
Falkland Islands: Whaling Mail: 1938 (Oct. 25) German 5pf. stationery card addressed without message (as usual) to Germany, cancelled by two fine strikes of Deutsche Schiffspost c.d.s. of the W.F.M. ''Unitas'', scarce. Photo.
163 £240
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Orkneys: 1946-56, selection of nine envelopes variously addresed, incl. 1946 (Feb. 27) to Manchester bearing 1938-50 2s.6d. to 1 (5s. is indigo and yellow-brown), cancelled C2 in violet, 1953 (Jan. 15) to Surrey franked Map 1d., 2d., cancelled H1 with year added in manuscript, (June 4) with Coronation 1d. block of four cancelled H1 with day and year added in manuscript, also a similar cover to Stanley without ms. addition, 1956 (Mar. 29) to Hertfordshire bearing Trans-Antarctic Expedition set cancelled H2 with year added in manuscript. Ex Wharton.
164 £85
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Orkneys: Sledge Mail, 1949 U.P.U. 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''. Ex Wharton. Photo.
165 £220
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Shetlands: 1924 (Apr. 22) ''Lawson'' envelope to Liverpool, franked at Empire double rate by 1d. pair tied by fine type B1 Deception Island oval datestamp and with Port Stanley May 6 transit backstamp, carried on the ''Oropesa''. Photo.
166 £120
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Shetlands: 1925 (Apr. 4) ''Lawson'' envelope to Liverpool, franked 1d. at Empire single rate, cancelled by good to fine B2 c.d.s. with code ''C'' reversed, and Port Stanley Apr. 27 transit backstamp. Photo.
167 £110
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Shetlands: 1925 (Dec. 4) registered ''Iremonger'' envelope to Bristol, bearing 21/2d. purple on yellow and 1d. marginal pair (a trifle oxidised) tied by good to fine type B2 code A c.d.s.'s, additional fine strike at left and with registration label affixed in Stanley. Photo.
168 £150
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Shetlands: 1928 (Feb. 14) envelope to Port Stanley at Registered Internal rate of 4d. per oz. bearing 1/2d., 1d. and 21/2d. tied by fine individual strikes of type B2 code ''B'' c.d.s., with Stanley Mar. 3 arrival backstamp where registration label affixed. Photo.
170 £95
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Shetlands: 1929-37 Whale & Penguin 1/2d. and 21/2d. tied by fine individual strikes of B2 ''MR 12/30'' c.d.s. to left half of ''Southey'' envelope. S.G. Z149, Z152.
172 £170
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Shetlands: Operation Tabarin, 1944 (Apr. 16) postcard ''Hektoria Whaling Station shewing Buildings, S.S.'' (Heyburn AJ-1-aj) from the scarcer third mailing (last of the season) addressed to Port Stanley, bearing Overprinted 2d., 3d. and 4d. and with Apr. 25 arrival on picture side. Photo.
173 £170
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Shetlands: Operation Tabarin, 1944 (Apr. 16) postcard ''Cutting up Whale Carcasses, South Shetlands.'' (Heyburn AK-1-ak) from the scarcer third mailing (last of the season) addressed to Port Stanley, bearing Overprinted 1s. and with light Apr. 25 arrival on picture side. Photo.
174 £160
Falkland Islands Dependencies: South Shetlands: Operation Tabarin, 1944 (Dec. 5) postcard ''Hektoria Whaling Station shewing Buildings, S.S.'' addressed to Terence Binnie at Port Stanley, bearing Overprinted 2d. on picture side and with Dec. 15 1944 arrival. Heyburn AJ-1-aj. Photo.
176 £300
Antarctica: Belgian Antarctic Expedition 1897-99, Nels of Brussels, set of twelve picture postcards, AA-3 used from Antwerp to Scarborough, AA-5 from Vise to Brussels, AA-10 and AA-12 within Brussels, otherwise good to fine unused. Also AA-3 colour-tinted, used Dec. 1901 (early) within Tournai (slight stains) and AA-5 variant with oval picture, unused. (14). Wharton AA-1 to AA-12, AA-3-c, AA-5-a. Ex Wharton. Photo.
177 £160
Antarctica: Belgian Antarctic Expedition 1897-99, Selection of seven picture postcards, comprising Nels of Brussels AA-3 (adhesions on reverse), AA-6 to AA-8, AA-12, unused, AA-9-c scarce coloured version, used 1902, and Hermans of the Antwerp AI-1-c coloured card depicting the return of the ''Belgica'' used 1903, the last with some toning, otherwise good to fine. Photo.
178 £75
Antarctica: Belgian Antarctic Expedition 1897-99, Zoll of Antwerp, the two picture postcards depicting the Belgica and expedition members, good to fine unused. (2) Wharton AB-21, AB-22. Ex Wharton.
179 £150
Antarctica: Belgian Antarctic Expedition 1897-99, Belgian origin, six picture postcards from the set of twelve, good to fine unused except AC-8 used from Antwerp to France (adhesive removed from picture side, slight stains) and AC-12 used 1905 from Antwerp to Hoboken. (10) Wharton AC-1, AC-2, AC-6, AC-8, AC-10 to AC-12. Ex Wharton.
180 £150
Antarctica: Belgian Antarctic Expedition 1897-99, Societ Astronomique d'Astronomie, picture postcards AS-1, AD-2, AD-5 and AD-6, the first used 1905 from Cardiff to Bristol, others good to fine unused, also 50th Anniversary cards AE-1 and AE-2, both used. (6) Ex Wharton.
181 £160
Antarctica: Belgian Antarctic Expedition 1897-99, Hermans of Antwerp picture postcard ''HOMMAGE AU COMMANDANT ADRIEN DE GERLACHE - RETOUR DU BELGICA A ANVERS, 17 OCTOBRE 1899'' with inscription below picture, unused (slight foxing), Wharton AI-1a, Nels of Brussels card ''Capitaine de Gerlache'' used 1900 from Antwerp to Ypres, Le Patriote Illustr collage card (both), the larger vignette used 1899 from Schellebelle to Gijzegem, the smaller vignette unused. (4) Wharton AI-1-a, AI-2, AI-3, AI-3-a. Ex Wharton.
182 £80
Antarctica: German Antarctic Expedition 1901-03, picture postcard of the ''Gauss'' surrounded by Antarctic creatures (unknown French publisher), from a diorama displayed at the 1906 Colonial Exhibition in Marseille; also 1911-13 German South Polar Expedition, Fototipia-Jacobo Peuser of Buenos Aires card depicting the ''Deutschland'', both unused, and 1977 commemorative cover. (3) Wharton BB-1, IB-1. Ex Wharton.
183 £380
Antarctica: Swedish South Polar Expedition 1901-04, Binnie of Port Stanley, S.Y. ''Antarctic'' picture postcards of Nelson Island, used to California (adhesive removed, small tear at foot), Landing Stores at Winter Station, Tabular Iceberg (some marks and wear), View from Nelson Island and Penguin Rookery, mainly good to fine unused. (5) Wharton CB-2, CB-4, CB-7, CB-8, CB-10. Ex Wharton. Photo.
184 £200
Antarctica: Swedish South Polar Expedition 1901-04, Binnie of Port Stanley, ''S.Y. ''Antarctic'' in the Ice'' picture postcard bearing 1/2d. and locally addressed 1908 in Stanley and additionally showing handstruck ''T'' (type T.1) charge mark. Wharton CB-9. Ex Wharton. Photo.
185 £80
Antarctica: Swedish South Polar Expedition 1901-04, Ballester of Punta Arenas picture postcards depicting Nordenskjld's house, used Dec. 17 1906 from Punta Arenas to New York, and the shipwreck of the ''Antarctic'' - water covering the deck and its last moments, both good to fine unused. (3) Wharton CC-1 to CC-3. Ex Wharton.
190 £700
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1901-04, Wrench's ''Links of Empire'' postcard, Series 3, the set of four cards depicting Scott and the ''Discovery'' (with facsimile Scott signature), Route and deck of the ''Discovery'', Explorers and sledge, Polar bear (in error) and British flag, each with ''Discovery'' handstamp and sent 1901 (July 21), (Oct. 7), (Dec. 24), and 1904 (Apr. 25) respectively, the first with minor puncture, otherwise good to fine. Also advertising receipt card for ''POSTCARDS FROM THE SOUTH POLE'' depicting Guardsman ready for active service, signed by Wrench and dated July 27 1901. (5) Wharton DA-1 to DA-4, DB-2. Ex Wharton. Photo.
191 £100
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1901-04, Wrench's ''Links of Empire'' postcard, Series 3, No. 3 depicting explorers and sledge, unused (scarce thus), good. Wharton DA-3. Photo.
192 £210
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1901-04, Christchurch ''Weekly Press'', First series, ''THE DISCOVERY IN LYTTELTON GRAVING DOCK/THE DISCOVERY'S CAPTAIN'', unused, ''THE STERN, ROUNDED TO RESIST ICE PRESSURE/THE DISCOVERY IN LYTTELTON HARBOUR'', used within Auckland (franked 1/2d.), ''THE DISCOVERY'S PENGUINS/THE DISCOVERY: KAIAPOI MAORI'S SONG OF WELCOME'', used 1906 within Christchurch (bearing 1d. Universal, two shades), good to fine. (3) Wharton DC-1, DC-2, DC-4. Ex Wharton. Photo.
193 £400
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1901-04, Christchurch ''Canterbury Times'', Set 1, full set of twelve picture postcards, mainly fine unused. Wharton DE-1 to DE-12. Ex Wharton.
196 £80
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1901-04, Christchurch ''Canterbury Times'', Set 2 ''Discovery and Terra Nova at Anchor in Robertson Bay'' and ''Discovery in Winter Quarters'' cards overprinted ''SAMPLE'' and with violet backs (as for Set 1), the latter with slight bend and surface marks. (2) Wharton DE-16-s, DE-17-s. Ex Wharton. Photo.
197 £300
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1901-04, Christchurch ''Canterbury Times'', Set 2, full set of twelve picture postcards, DE-21 and DE-22 fine unused, the others used, seven franked N.Z. 1d. Universal (five to the same addressee in South Wales, another to Essex from H.M.S. ''Tauranga''), two from South Australia to Tasmania and another used within Tasmania, good to fine. Wharton DE-13 to DE-24. Ex Wharton.
200 £130
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1901-04, Lansdowne Publishing Co. of London, reproduction picture postcards Type A with Lawnsdowne imprint variously depicting the ''Discovery'' and Scott's first sledge party DG-1-a to DG-5-a, good to fine unused, also DG-5-a used in 1955, Type B without imprint DG-1-b to DG-3-b, DG-5-b, mainly fine unused. (10) Ex Wharton.
202 £300
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1901-04, Selection of picture postcards incl. DE-21 used 1905 in Tasmania, DI-1 used 1902 in Christchurch (illustrated on p. 91 of the Wharton catalogue), DI-2 to DI-6 and DI-11 unused, DK-1 unused (with annotation), DL-1 used 1904 from Dundee to the Isle of Wight, some unlisted featuring the ''Discovery'', its dogs, etc., good to fine. (14) Ex Wharton. Photo.
203 £120
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1901-04, Nautical Photo Agency of London, real photographic picture postcards DN-1 Scott on the Deck of the ''Discovery'', DN-2 Unloading stores at Cape Evans and DN-3 ''Morning'' in the Antarctic, mainly fine unused. (3) Ex Wharton. Photo.
204 £450
Antarctica: Kinsey/Colbeck multi-expedition picture postcard by Weeks Ltd of New Zealand, depicting the officers and crew of the ''Morning'' (DM-2), numbered ''11'' with signature of Lt. W. Colbeck and addressed to J.J. Kinsey and bearing 1d. Universal cancelled Lyttelton Apr. 1 1904, King Edward VII Land 1d. and two Victoria Land 1d. cancelled Brit. Antarctic Exped. c.d.s.'s of Mar. 4 1909, Feb. 9 1911 and Jan. 31 1912 respectively. Very scarce. Ex Wharton. Photo.
205 £230
Antarctica: Scottish National Antarctic Expedition 1902-04, Dr. Mareno, Museo de la Plata picture postcard of the ''Scotia'' addressed to Glasgow and signed on picture side by William Bruce, leader of the expedition, franked by 1d. (lifted and reaffixed). Wharton ED-1. Photo.
206 £170
Antarctica: Scottish National Antarctic Expedition 1902-04, William Ritchie & Sons picture postcard No. 1 ''Captain Robertson & Mr Fitchie fixing ''Scotia's'' position'', used from 1911 Crystal Palace Festival of Empire, Museo de la Plata card depicting the ''Scotia'' in Scotia Bay, unused (toned), P. & W. M. Ltd. ''Music hath Charms'' coloured card, used 1908 from Elie, Fife to Middlesex, La Nacin card with the ''Scotia'' imprisoned in ice, unused (a little worn) and three later commemorative items. (7) Wharton EA-1, ED-1, EI-1, XLN-49. Ex Wharton. Photo.
207 £150
Antarctica: French Antarctic Expedition 1903-05, (Unknown French publisher), seven picture postcards from the set of twenty depicting scenes from the expedition, good to fine unused. Wharton FA-1, FA-8, FA-10, FA-13, FA-16 to FA-18. Ex Wharton.
208 £350
Antarctica: French Antarctic Expedition 1903-05, Raphael Tuck & Sons of Paris picture postcard depicting the ''Franais'' at anchor after launch, signed by expedition leader Dr. Charcot, franked Argentine 3c. and sent 1904 (Jan. 3) from Ushuaia to Brussels, fine. Wharton FB-2. Ex Wharton. Photo.
209 £260
Antarctica: French Antarctic Expedition 1903-05, Raphael Tuck & Sons of Paris picture postcard depicting the Prfet's speech at the launch of the ''Franais'', signed by expedition leader Dr. Charcot, franked Argentine 3c. and sent 1904 (Jan. 3) from Ushuaia to Paris, some wear and soiling. Wharton FB-5. Ex Wharton. Photo.
210 £110
Antarctica: French Antarctic Expedition 1903-05, Small selection of picture cards comprising Germain et fils ain of St. Malo card depicting launch of the ''Franais'', used, Louis Levy cards of the Franais'' (both), no. 146 unused, 147 used 1903 from Le Havre to Paris, Dejean card of the ''Franais'' leaving port, unused (a little worn), L.D. card ''Franais'' in dry dock, used 1903 (imperfections, illustrated p. 127 of the Wharton catalogue) and La Nacin card of Charcot in his cabin, unused. Wharton FC-2511(4), FE-2, FI-8, XLN-37. Ex Wharton.
211 £60
Antarctica: French Antarctic Expedition 1903-05, Le Moine picture postcard with drawing of Charcot and the ''Franais'' used dated Dec. 25 1903 to Tunis at printed matter rate (adhesive removed) with Jan. 22 arrival backstamp. Wharton FI-1. Ex Wharton. Photo.
212 £220
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, (Unknown publisher), The two sets of six picture postcards depicting Shackleton, McKay, Joyce, etc., GA-8 and GA-12 with Plasmon Biscuits advertisement endorsement on reverse, good to fine unused except GA-4 used 1909. (12) Wharton GA-1 to GA-12. Ex Faulkner.
213 £75
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, (Unknown publisher), Set 1, the set of six picture postcards depicting Shackleton, McKay, Joyce, etc., mainly fine unused. Wharton GA-1 to GA-6.
214 £210
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, (Unknown publisher), Set 1, set of six picture postcards depicting Shackleton, McKay, Joyce, etc., mainly fine unused and unusually accompanied by original blue envelope (worn around edges), GA-3 and an additional example of GA-6 with Plasmon Biscuits advertisement endorsement on reverse. (8 items) Wharton GA-1 to GA-6. Ex Wharton.
215 £450
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, (Unknown publisher), GA-1 to GA-11 Set 1 complete and Set 2 complete less ''THE RETURN OF THE SOUTHERN PARTY'', GA-4 with some toning on reverse, otherwise mainly fine unused except GA-3, GA-5 and GA-6 used (with adhesive removed), GA-8 used (some faults), also eight cards (GA-1, GA-2, GA-5, GA-7 to GA-11) with Plasmon Biscuits advertisement endorsement on reverse, unused, GA-5 and GA-8 with slight stains on reverse. (19)
216 £210
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, (Unknown publisher) Set 2, set of six picture postcards depicting Mount Erebus, Return of the Southern Party, etc., good to fine unused, GA-9 (on which he features) signed by Frank Wild, in charge of provisions on the ''Nimrod'. Wharton GA-7 to GA-12. Ex Wharton. Photo
217 £80
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, (Unknown publisher) Set 2, set of six picture postcards depicting Mount Erebus, Return of the Southern Party, etc., good to fine unused. Wharton GA-7 to GA-12.
218 £480
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, Farnol of London real photographic picture postcard depicting Shackleton at his desk and signed on picture side by Shackleton himself, unused, small repaired tear at left. Wharton GE-2. Ex Wharton. Photo.
219 £75
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, Real photographic card ''NIMROD & ESCORTS JAN.1.1908'' used that day but sent under cover (illustrated in the Wharton catalogue, p. 157), scarce. Wharton GL-1-b. Photo.
220 £80
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, Real photographic card ''S.S. NIMROD LYTTELTON MAR.25.09'' fine unused, scarce. Wharton GL-7. Photo.
221 £300
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, Selection of eleven real photographic postcards depicting Shackleton, Ellis, dogs, the ''Nimrod'' etc., comprising Rotary Photo types GD-7181A, GD-7181B, Farnol GE-1, GE-2, Broom GF-1, (unknown publisher) GH-1, GH-2, GH-3-a (stains), (unknown N.Z. publisher) GL-3-a (used 1908), GL-14 and (unknown U.K. publisher) GM-2 (used 1909, illustrated in the Wharton catalogue, p. 167), the others good to fine unused. Ex Wharton. Photo.
222 £300
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, A selection of fourteen picture postcards, comprising GA-2, GA-4, GA-8 and GA-9 each with Plasmon Biscuits advertisement endorsement on reverse, GB-1-b, GB-2-a, GE-1 unused, GE-1-a used (''JA 25/10''), GE-2, GI-1, GI-1-a , GI-2, GI-8-a, GI-15-b, unused, fair to fine.
223 £230
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, Selection of fourteen picture postcards depicting ''Shackleton, the ''Nimrod'', comprising types GB-1 unused, GB-2 and GB-3 used, GG-1 and GG-2 unused, GI-1-a in blue-black and grey-black, both used, GI-2, GI-4, GI-8-a, GI-10, GI-12, GI-15-a, GI-17, all unused, mainly good to fine. Ex Wharton.
225 £200
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, Envelope to Dunedin, apparently addressed by Shackleton, bearing King Edward VII Land 1d. tied by ''FE 3/08'' expedition c.d.s. (official date of opening of post office) with Lyttelton and Dunedin Mar. 7 arrival backstamps, opened out for display. Ex Wharton. Photo.
227 £80
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, King Edward VII Land 1d. single cancelled to order in Feb. 09 and block of four with central ''MR 4/09'' Expedition c.d.s., fine, also ''King Edward VII Land'' by Alexander Sfi (David Field, 1912). Ex Faulkner.
228 £180
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, King Edward VII Land 1d. block of four, deep shade with central ''MR 4/09'' Expedition c.d.s., a scarce positional multiple, marginal from the left of the sheet, fine. Holcombe certificate (1982). Ex Faulkner. Photo.
229 £270
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, King Edward VII Land 1d. horizontal pair from the top of the sheet, cancelled to order, with handwritten endorsement in upper margin ''The 1st Polar/stamps/E.H. Shackleton'', fine. Ex Faulkner. Photo.
230 £900
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, Sheet of notepaper from the R.M.S. ''Olympic'' (sister ship of the ''Titanic'') bearing a pair of the King Edward VII Land 1d. pre-cancelled with handwritten endorsement below ''These stamps were/issued by the/New Zealand/Government for/the Expedition/E.H. Shackleton/Postmaster'', very slight soiling but full of character. Ex Wharton. Photo.
231 £290
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1907-09, Selection of picture postcards etc. comprising types GB-2-a used (unstamped). GD-7181A, GE-2, GF-2, unused, GI-2 used 1909, GI-7 used (unstamped), GI-8, GI-16 and XPU-7-a Oxo advertising card, unused, also a studio photograph of Shackleton, Heinemann promotional flyer for ''The Heart of the Antarctic'', etc., good to fine. (13 items) Ex Faulkner.
232 £550
Antarctica: French Antarctic Expedition 1908-10, Selection of picture postcards, comprising Germain et fils an of St. Malo type HA-4797 unused, H.B. of Cherbourg types HB-1HB-3 used, (unknown French publisher) types HC-3 to HC-6 unused, Le Deley of Paris HD-4 written but unstamped, Victor Cav HF-4 unused, (inscribed ''Phot. ND'') type HG-2 unused, Beziers of Le Havre HI-2 used, Le Maillot of St. Malo types HL-1 used and HL-2 unused, good to fine. (14) Ex Wharton. Photo.
233 £280
Antarctica: Norwegian Antarctic Expedition 1910-12, Picture postcard of Roald Amundsen, unused but autographed by Amundsen with a dedication to the Italian writer, Michele Saponaro, some notes on reverse. Wharton JE-3. Photo.
234 £400
Antarctica: Norwegian Antarctic Expedition 1910-12, Mittet & Co. of Christiania coloured cards JA-1 to JA-5, mainly fine unused except JA-4 used within Norway 1912, also Senneke & Gross of Germany card JC-1 unused, Oslo Museum display card JD-1 unused, Abel of Christiania card JF-1 used 1912 to the U.S.A. (repaired tear), JF-1-a used 1912 to England, (unknown publisher) card JJ-1 unused and two later items, good to fine. (12) Ex Wharton. Photo.
235 £220
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13, 1909 (Sept. 20) envelope addressed in Captain Scott's hand, franked 1d. and sent locally within London whilst fundraising for the expedition. Ex Wharton. Photo.
236 £160
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13, Fine Art Society picture postcards, Series 1, set of seven incl. portraits of Scott, Oates, Bowers, Scott's message, etc., mainly fine unused, also envelope for the series with facsimile of crest (a little worn and toned). Wharton KA-1 to KA-7. Ex Wharton.
237 £240
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13, Fine Art Society picture postcards, Series 2, set of seven incl. portraits of Ponting, the ''Terra Nova'', etc., mainly fine unused, also envelope for the series with Scott quotation (a little worn and soiled). Wharton KA-8 to KA14. Ex Wharton.
239 £70
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13, Rotary Photo Ltd. of London real photographic picture postcards, set of three depicting Scott, the ''Terra Nova'' and a memorial card, mainly fine unused. Wharton KB-7199A to KB-7199C. Ex Wharton.
240 £140
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13, Batchelder Bros. of Croydon real photographic picture postcards depicting Scott, his motor sleigh, the ''Terra Nova'' and a composite memorial card, good to fine unused except the last used from Mitcham to Paris, good to fine. (4) Wharton KC-1 to KC-4. Ex Wharton.
241 £270
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13, Selection of nine mainly real photographic picture postcards, comprising Hillsdon of Lyttelton type KE-3, KE-7 (faults) and KE-8, Wolseley Tool & Motor Car Co motor sleigh trials KG-3-a unused and KG-3-b used 1910 from Birmingham, Wehrley & Co. of Penarth type KH-2-a unused, Barratt of London KI-3, (unknown publisher) KK-3 used (faults) and KN-3 unused, poor to fine. (9) Ex Wharton. Photo.
242 £420
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13, ''Shanghai'' picture postcards, the full set of twenty reproducing Ponting's expedition photographs, mainly fine unused. Also an additional example of KD-3 used from Hong Kong to Nottingham and the envelope for the series (a little worn), both illustrated on p. 214 of the Wharton catalogue. Wharton KD-1 to KD-20. Ex Wharton. Photo.
243 £140
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13, Victoria Land 1/2d. mint, very lightly hinged but with tiny surface scuff above ''E'' of ''PENNY'', 1d. unmounted mint showing round stop variety, fine. (2) Photo.
244 £140
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13, Victoria Land 1d. fine unmounted mint block of four, the lower right stamp showing variety raised ''IA'', also an unused single showing the variety. Photo.
245 £200
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13, Victoria Land 1d. fine unmounted mint block of four, the lower right stamp showing ''comma'' variety, also a single on piece cancelled ''9 FE/11'' and another on ''Terra Nova'' letterhead cancelled by Expedition c.d.s. of ''JA 18/13'' (fixed at the time of arrival of the ''Terra Nova'' at Cape Evans), a few minor stains clear of adhesives. (6) Ex Faulkner. Photo.
246 £130
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13, Envelope bearing Victoria Land 1d. cancelled by Expedition c.d.s. of ''JA 18/13'' (fixed at the time of arrival of the ''Terra Nova'' at Cape Evans) and addressed to ''Mrs Crowther-Smith/R.M.S.P. Asturias/At Sea''. Ex Wharton. Photo.
247 £350
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13, Captain Scott, a collection of picture postcards etc., incl. 1910 real photo card of Scott's visit to Altrincham, KI-1 used, memorial cards with XSM-1-a unused, XSM-2-a used, XSM-8-bi, XSM-15-ci, XSM-13-cii, unused, some unlisted of memorials in Cardiff, London, Plymouth, New Zealand and Norway, 1929 ''The Epic of the South Pole'' advertising card, etc., good to fine. (25 items) Ex Faulkner.
249 £520
Antarctica: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13, Scott Memorial cards, a collection in a binder, incl. Royal Photographic Co. KI-1 used, Rapael Tuck & Sons XSM-1-a, Millar & Lang XSM-2-a, East London Printing Co. XSM-3-a, unused, Beagles & Co. XSM-4-a used, Davies & Co. XSM-5-a unused, also XSM-6-a used, XSM-7-a, XSM-8-bi, XSM-9-bi, XSM-10-bi, XSM-10-bii, unused, XSM-12-ci, XSM-12-cii used, XSM-12-ciii, XSM-13-ci, XSM-13-cii, XSM-13-ciii, XSM-13-civ, XSM-14-c, unused, XSM-15-ci used, XSM-15-cii, XSM-16-c, XSM-19-cii, unused, a number of unlisted and later cards incl. National Portrait Gallery, etc., mainly good to fine. (44 items) Ex Wharton. Photo.
252 £680
Antarctica: German South Polar Expedition 1911-13, Sachse Bros. of Buenos Aires real photographic picture postcard showing the ''Deutschland'' and the ''Fram'' (identified in ms., illustrated on p. 194 of the Wharton catalogue), used to Germany, franked by Argentine 5c. with ''DEUTSCHE /SDPOLAR EXPEDITION'' label, tied by Buenos Aires Mar. 15 1912 (?) c.d.s.'s. Wharton ID-1. Photo.
253 £420
Antarctica: German South Polar Expedition 1911-13, Fototipia-Jacobo Peuser of Buenos Aires card depicting the ''Deutschland'', addressed to Buenos Aires and franked by German 20pf. with ''DEUTSCHE /SDPOLAR EXPEDITION'' label alongside, tied by oval ''DEUTSCHE SEEPOST/LINIE/HAMBURG/SUDAMERIKA/1. 2. 13'' with similarly cancelled additional label on picture side, the address side label overstruck by Lisbon Feb. 2 hexagonal d.s., the writer assumed to be a member of the crew of the ''Kaiser Wilhelm II''. Wharton IB-1. Photo.
254 £720
Antarctica: Japanese South Polar Expedition 1911-12, Souvenir cards LA-1 to LA-4 depicting members of the expedition, the ''Kainan Maru'' and the memorial, also cards depicting seal-catching (LB-3, a little aged) and scientific instruments (LI-1), all unused, good to fine. (6) Ex Wharton. Photo.
255 £150
Antarctica: Japanese South Polar Expedition 1911-12, Souvenir cards LB-2 depicting the Meteorological Station with penguin cachet in violet on picture side, some slight marks, otherwise fine unused. Wharton LB-2. Photo.
257 £160
Antarctica: Australasian Antarctic Expedition 1911-14, Coloured picture postcard of Merewether Beach, Newcastle, N.S. unaddressed but bearing N.S.W. 1d. tied by ''LOOSE SHIP'S LETTER/POSTED AT/MACQUARIE ISLAND/ (penguin)/S.Y. AURORA/A.A.E.'' cachet in blue. Photo.
259 £420
Antarctica: British Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914-16, Figurehead of London, full set of ten picture postcards incl. the totemic image of the trapped ''Endurance'' with Shackleton on deck, NA-4 (''Huskies at work in Ross Sea area''), signed by Ernest Joyce, dog handler, later awarded the Albert medal for saving the lives of three of his colleagues. Also additional NA-5 and NA-8 both with Spratt's Dog Foods endorsement on reverse. Wharton NA-1 to NA-10. Ex Wharton. Photo.
260 £170
Antarctica: British Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914-16, Figurehead of London picture postcard of Huskies at work in the Ross Sea, unused, signed by Ernest Joyce, dog handler, later awarded the Albert medal for saving the lives of three of his colleagues. Wharton NA-4. Photo.
261 £170
Antarctica: British Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914-16, Three picture postcards, comprising (unknown publisher) ''HOMENAJE A LA CIENCIA Y LA MARINA'', group photograph at Punta Arenas, and ''SOUVENIR OF CAPTAIN HURLEY'S TALKS - ABC CHILDRENS SESSION'', all unused, good to fine. Wharton NI-1, NI-3, NI-7. Ex Wharton.
262 £190
Antarctica: British Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914-16, Collection on leaves, incl. picture postcards NA-2, NA-5, NA-8, NA-10, unused, Hurley's famous photograph of the ''Endurance'' trapped in the ice and another of Charles Green, the ''Antarctic Chef'', both signed by Green, also autograph of William Bakewell, later commemorative items incl. 1970 Joint Services Expedition cover signed by Green etc., 1972 charity card signed by Fuchs and Priestley, photographs, etc., chiefly fine. (23 items) Ex Faulkner. Photo.
264 £220
Antarctica: Shackleton-Rowett Antarctic Expedition 1921-22, Selection of eight picture postcards comprising Cribb of Southsea cards of the ''Quest'' (both) OA-1, OA-2, (unknown publisher) card of the ''Quest'' at Simonstown unused (OI-6, faults), ''TLC'' card depicting Shackleton's grave (OS-1), also C.W.S. Advertising Dept. 1921 card showing ''Quest'' themed window display, Italian advertising card for ''I FIDANZATI DELL'ATLANTICO'' and two portrait cards of Shackleton, good to fine unused. Ex Wharton.
265 £150
Antarctica: German South Atlantic Expedition 1925-27, Falkland Islands Q.V. 1d.+1d. stationery reply card (Heijtz P.4), the outward half cancelled in Port Stanley ''25 SP/25'' (type PS.1A) and locally addressed to Otto Pratje on board the M.V. ''Meteor'', fine and scarce. Photo.
268 £170
Antarctica: Wilkins-Hearst Antarctic Expedition 1928-30, Roessler envelope addressed to the U.S.A. bearing 1d. tied by Falkland Islands Nov. 6 1929 c.d.s., with fine strike of the ''Wilkins Antarctic/Expedition/Deception/Island'' double oval in violet with South Shetlands Jan. 6 1930 c.d.s. alongside (additional strike on reverse), and signed by Wilkins. Ex Wharton. Photo.
269 £620
Antarctica: United States Antarctic Expeditions 1928-30, 1933-35, a comprehensive collection of souvenir picture postcards in a binder, incl. PA-1 to PA-12, PA-14 to PA17 set of seventeen less PA-13, with variations incl. PA-7 image reversed and PA-10 untitled, most used and with signed Greetings cachet, Neill of Dunedin ''Aotea-Roa'' cards PB-1 to PB-7 (less PB-3), Chicago World's Fair cards PC-48-a (official souvenir), PC-1 to PC-8 less PC-4, Dogs cards PD-2, PD-3, PD-5, PD-6, PD-10, First Expedition photo cards cards PE-2, PE-4, PE8, PE-11 to 13, Byrd II cards PF-1, PF-2 signed by Edward Griswold, PF-3, Great Lakes Exposition card PI-1, two examples, one without Voight signature, Byrd and map PI-2, Lofgren cards PI-4 and PI-6, etc., mainly fine.(54) Ex Wharton.
271 £400
Antarctica: United States Antarctic Expeditions 1928-30, 1933-35, a selection of 23 picture postcards, incl. N.Z. card from Dunedin used Feb. 1 1929 to the Canal Zone from the S.S. ''City of New York'', with cachets and signature, 1929 Expedition photo cards PA-1, PA-2, PA-6 to PA-8, PA-10 and PA-16 with title, PA-2, PA-12, PA-14 and PA-15 without title, all used and with signed Greetings cachet, ''Aotea-Roa'' PB-7 unused (surface scuff), Chicago World's Fair PC-48-b official souvenir, unused, PC-1 used (adhesive removed), PC-2, PC-3, PC-6 ond one unlisted, all depicting the ''City of New York'' and unused, PE-3, Byrd II cards PF-2, PF-3 and PF-4 unused (hinge marks), mostly fine.
272 £110
Antarctica: British and New Zealand Antarctic Research Expedition 1930-31, Envelope to Melbourne with typed endorsement at left and bearing Australia 1929-30 6d. cancelled by ''B.A.N.Z./1930 (penguin) -31/ANTARCTIC RESEARCH EXP.'' cachet, fine. R.P.S. certificate (1977). Ex Wharton. Photo.
273 £1200
Antarctica: British Graham Land Expedition 1934-37, 1936 (Apr. 17) picture postcard of penguins at South Shetlands (Heyburn AQ-13-aq) to England, franked Whale & Penguin 1d. and with July 30 arrival c.d.s., written by Brian Roberts, Ornithologist on board the ''Penola'', on April 8th whilst in Port Stanley due to appendicitis... ''We are here until next December when we go south again to pick up the others''. The card re-used (with label added) from Surrey to Rutland in 1944. A very rare item of outgoing mail, only approx. six items being recorded. Photo.
274 £80
Antarctica: ''Discovery'' Investigations, 1937 postcard sized Christmas and New Years greetings card with printed ''Discovery'' crest, attached ribbon, photograph of Antarctic landscape and 1937 calendar, the months detached up to September, entitled ''R.R.S ''DISCOVERY II'' below, slight stains but must be very scarce. Ex Wharton. Photo.
275 | £850
Antarctica: A collection of mainly picture postcards from 1947 onward in four binders, incl. Chilean Antarctic Expedition 1947 cards WA-9 and WA-10, French Antarctic Expeditions QI-1 used, QI-4 unused, QI-5-b (2, bearing Air 50f. and 100f. respectively), Norwegian-British-Swedish 1949-52 Expedition RC-1 unused, Australian Expedition 1954-55 SA-1 (3 shades of card, one unused and two used), SB-1, SC-1 (2), SC-2 (2), SC-3, SC-4, SC-5 (2) used, British Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1955-58 TA-1 to TA-7 ''set'' unused, Japanese Expedition 1957 RD-1, RD-2 and further unlisted, later with Operation Deep Freeze, Australian and New Zealand Bases, Argentinian Tourism cards, and a range of other countries, also ephemera with an extensive range of photographs, promotional material, Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey 1958 calendar, etc., mainly fine. (100's) Ex Wharton.
276 | £300
Antarctica: Operation Deep Freeze, a collection of covers etc. in a binder with some earlier, an extensive range of ships' cachets and cancellations, a good number signed, helicopter flights, some promotional ephemera, etc., good to fine. (approx. 230 items) Ex Wharton.
277 £120
Antarctic Expeditions: Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1955-58, 1957 (Jan. 27) envelope to Middlesex, bearing overprint set of four cancelled by fine strikes of Base SH c.d.s. (Heijtz SHAC1), carried on the ''Magga Dan'' and signed by Vivian Fuchs, also an expedition postcard of the ''Theron'' at the Base. Photo.
279 | £70
Antarctic Expeditions: Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1955-58, 1958 (Jan. 30) envelope to New Zealand, bearing overprint set of four, cancelled by fine strikes of Base SH c.d.s. (Heijtz SHAC1) and signed by Edmund Hillary.
282 £820
Antarctica: Advertising postcards, an exceptional grouping, comprising Cerebos Salt chromo-litho XPU-1-a unused, ''The Discovery with her Remington on board'' XPU-2-a used 1905, ''La ''REMINGTON'' au Ple Sud'' XPU-3-a, Remington Typewriter Co. XPU-4-a, Fry's Milk Chocolate XPU-5-a, ''OXO FOR STAMINA'' XPU-7-a, Fry's Pure Cocoa & Chocolate coloured card XPU-8-a, unused, photographic card XPU-9-a used 1911, ''SHELL'' Motor Spirit coloured card XPU-10-a used 1911, Frank Cooper's fruits XPU-12-a used, ''Furthest South'' film cards in English and Italian (XPU-14-b, XPU-14-ba), ''With Capt. Scott in the Antarctic'' Ponting Talks coloured card XPU-16-b (with unlisted card depicting Ponting), 1906 Christchurch Exhibition card no. 11 XPU-19-b used 1907, Keen's Mustard XPU-23-a, and Singer Sewing Machines XPU-24-a used 1905, good to fine. (17) Ex Wharton. Photo.
283 £1550
Antarctica: Antarctic Explorers, an outstanding collection of autographs, some on piece incl. Tom Crean, Francis Drake, Hartley Ferrar, T.V. Hodgson, W. Lashly, Raymond Priestley, Charles Royds, R.W. Skelton, a number with accompanying handwritten message sent in response to requests for autographs by a Miss Hackett between 1909 and 1915, incl. Wilfred Bruce (Scott's brother-in-law), Victor Campbell, Apsley Cherry-Garrard, Frank Debenham, Tryggve Gran, Murray Levick, Cecil Meares, Herbert Ponting, Kathleen Scott (wife of the explorer), Edward Wilson and with T. Griffith Taylor and C.S. Wright on 1910 Expedition notepaper, Edward Evans, Edward Nelson and Henry Rennick on ''Terra Nova'' notepaper, also a signed photo of Vivian Fuchs, group of six 1928 trade cards by Belgian chocolate company depicting explorers, six Liebig cards, Antarctic Club Christmas card, 1912 Palace Theatre film programme and lavishly illustrated Philharmonia Hall booklet for ''With Capt. Scott, R.N., to the South Pole'', Boscombe Wesleyan Church programme for lecture by Lieutenant Evans, Lord Mayor's Fund People's Tribute booklet, and a range of reference material, an invaluable resource. Ex Wharton. Photo.
284 | £2100
Antarctica: An extensive thematic display collection ''Of Ice and Men'' on leaves, in binders, stockbooks or loose contained in a carton, with much supporting material incl. ranges of covers and commemorative cancellations, cachets from bases and ships, stamp issues incl. King Edward VII Land 1d. block of four cancelled ''MR 4/09'', Victoria Land 1d. cancelled ''3 MR/12'' on piece, Falkland Islands 1938-50 values to 10s., Terre Adlie 1948 100f. on 1949/50 cover, modern issues incl. Atlantic Islands, A.A.T., B.A.T. incl. 1963-69 1 (both) mint, Falkland Islands and Dependencies, T.A.A.F., ephemera and autographs incl. 1933 cover signed Bernt Balchen, Byrd Expeditions with covers signed by Charles Anderson and Paul Swan and imperf. sheetlet signed by Byrd, Antarctic Club Christmas card signed J. Hamilton Blair, 1954 Australian cinderella labels (16), Operation Deep Freeze, Trans-Antarctic Expedition with 1958 Antarctic Meeting covers signed by Fuchs and Hillary and another by sixteen members of the expedition, QSL cards, etc., mainly fine. (100's) Ex Wharton.
286 | £180
Antarctica: British Antarctic Territory: A collection of stamp issues from 1973 to 2006 in a binder, mainly mint with f.d.c.'s and a few used, largely complete, incl. 1963 to 1 (less 3d.) mint, 1973 Treaty Anniversary f.d.c., etc., chiefly fine. Ex Faulkner.
287 £80
Antarctica: British Antarctic Territory: A small selection incl. 1998 Birds on three f.d.c.'s incl. 1p. ''Terri'' design error (SH 293 v1), Explorers issues with 1 block of ten, etc. mainly fine. (41 + 3 covers)
288 | £680
Antarctica: British Antarctic Territory, Bases, a collection in two binders with a range of covers from 1956 onward, showing cancellations incl. International Geophysical Year, Bases A (Port Lockroy), H (Signy Island), R (Rothera Point), T (Adelaide Island), Z (Halley Bay), some signed, base and ship cachets, also f.d.c's incl. 1963 to 1 cancelled Base Z, 1966 Churchill cancelled Adelaide Island, 1973 to 1 cancelled Signy Island, QXL cards, etc., mainly fine. (approx. 300 items) Ex Wharton.
289 | £250
Antarctica: British Antarctic Territory, Bases, a collection on leaves in two box files, with a range of covers from 1953 onward from Bases B (Deception Island), D (Hope Bay) incl. 1964 envelope signed by Sir Vivan Fuchs, F (Faraday), G (Admiralty Bay), H (Signy Island) and J (Prospect Point), some ships' cachets incl. R.R.S. ''Bransfield'', ''Discovery'', ''John Biscoe'', H.M.S. ''Endurance'', ''Protector'', mainly philatelic, with some signed, a few commercial, and B.A.T. 2003 Bases and Postmarks in gutter pairs, good to fine. Ex Faulkner.
290 | £350
Antarctica: New Zealand, a collection in a binder with a comprehensive range of covers and cachets incl. Campbell Island from 1953 incl. 1961 and 1962 envelopes with signatures and Research Station cachet, 1960 R.N.Z.A.F. drop mail, 1957-58 Geological Survey (2), Scott Base, Cape Hallett, Operation Icecube, etc., many signed, also some greetings cards, Ross Dependency stamps, aerogrammes, mainly fine. (approx. 180 items) Ex Wharton.
291 | £5800
A mainly good to fine used K.G.VI collection in four New Age allbums with sets incl. Aden and States, Antigua 1938-51, Ascension 1938-50 set with both perfs., Bahamas, Bahrain 1938-41, Bermuda 1938-53 perf. 14 to 12s.6d (4, shades), 1 (6, incl. a block), British Solomon Is 1940 Postage Due set, B.O.I.C. Eritrea and Tripolitania 1948 and 1950 Postage Due sets, Ceylon, Cook Islands, Cyprus, Falkland Islands 1938-53 with 5s. shades, Gibraltar 1938-51 perfs. incl. perf 14 5s., Grenada 1938-50 to 10s. (11) with perf. perf. 121/2 x 131/2 21/2d., Jamaica, Kelantan 1937-40 Script to $2, K.U.T., Leeward Islands 1938-51 to 1 (4, shades), Nauru 1937-47 white paper set, New Hebrides 1938, N.Z Postal Fiscals with values to 2 incl. 35s. on 35s., also 10 on 10, North Borneo 1939, Nyasaland 1938-44 with 5s. shade, Sarawak 1945 B.M.A., Seychelles 1938-49, Somaliland 1938 (less 3a), many 1948-49 Silver Wedding sets, etc. (many 100's)
292 | £6200
A Q.V. to Q.E.II mint and used collection in mixed condition in sixteen albums contained in two cartons incl. Ascension, Australia and States, Barbados imperf. and perf. Britannia's to 1s., Bermuda, Burma, C.O.G.H., Ceylon, Cyprus 1904-10 MCA to 45pi. mint and used, Falkland Is, Fiji, Gibraltar, Gold Coast, Ireland with opts. to 10s. mint, Lagos, Malayan States, Mauritius, Natal, NIger Coast, Nyasaland, Sierra Leone, also a collection of Vatican, etc. (1,000's)
293 | £4800
A large accumulation in 15 albums and stockbooks, and on leaves in two cartons, with main thrust in K.G.VI to early Q.E.II mint, many complete sets, quantity of multiples, incl. Aden and States, Ascension 1938-53 values to 10s. (2), Bahawalpur 1948 to 10r., Basutoland 1938 to 5s. (4), 10s. (3), B.O.I.C. sets, British Solomon Is. 1935 Jubilee set perforated ''SPECIMEN'', 1939-51 shades in blocks, 1940 postage due set perforated ''SPECIMEN'', also set used, Burma sets, Cyprus 1938-51 quantity to 90pi. (2), 1, Fiji 1938-55 to 1, Gambia 1937 Coronation perforated ''SPECIMEN'', 1938-46 shades to 10s. (3), India 1948 Gandhi, Ireland, K.U.T. 1938-54 perfs. and shades to 10s. (7), 1 (2), Kuwait, Malayan States, New Guinea 1935 Air 2, Nigeria, Nyasaland 1938-44 to 10s. (4), 1 (2), Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Swaziland 1938-54 range of shades, Tristan, West Indies, 1948 Silver Wedding sets, also some used and covers, earlier with some K.G.V incl. 1935 Jubilee covers, etc., varied condition. (many 1,000s)
294 | £2600
A mainly Q.V. collection in two albums and loose, incl. Australian States with New South Wales with 1852-53 6d. horizontal strip of three on 1853 envelope, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia, India, Jamaica, etc., very mixed condition. (many 100's)
295 | £1000
A selection on stockleaves incl. Antigua 1879 21/2d. used, 1884-87 values to 1s. used, 1921-29 Script to 4s. mint, Falkland Is. 1878-79 1d., 6d. and 1s. used, Gibraltar 1904-08 4s. used, Leeward Is. 1890 set to 5s. mint, Nyasaland K.G.V values to 10s. mint, New Zealand 1906 Christchurch 3d. and 6d. mint, St. Lucia 1891-92 surcharges, St. Christopher 1879 21/2d. used, St. Vincent 1863-68 perf. 11 to 121/2 1s. slate-grey used, perf. 14 to 16 1s. slate-grey mint, 1890 21/2d. on 4d. mint and used, Tasmania 1853 1d. used, 1853-54 6d. pair used, etc., fair to fine. (127).
296 | £900
A selection, incl. Australian States, Bechuanaland 1932-58 postage due 1/2d., 1d. and 2d. in cancelled blocks of four, British Honduras 1891-1901 2 green and ultramarine in a mint block of four, Ceylon, Jamaica 1860-70 6d. unused, Madagascar, Mauritius, Natal, Sierra Leone 1912-21 5 overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', etc., mixed condition. (116)
297 | £750
A K.G.VI mainly mint collection in varied condition in a damaged S.G. printed album, incl. Bahamas, Bermuda, India, Jamaica, North Borneo, Nyasaland, Pakistan, etc. (100's)
298 | £800
The balance of a mint British Empire collection in three Plymouth albums, mainly K.G.VI to early Q.E.II with a few earlier incl. Abu Dhabi 1964 and 1965 sets, Aden 1951 and 1953-63 sets, British Honduras 1953-62 to $5, 1962 to $5, B.I.O.T., Fiji Q.E.II sets to 1, Gambia 1953-59 to 1, 1963 to 1, also 1869-72 4d. unused (slight thinning), Jamaica 1938-52 shades and perfs. to 1, 1956-58 to 1, Malaya B.M.A. 1945-48 to both $5, Maldive Is. 1906 opts. to 25c., 1933 wmk. upright to 1r. (less 10c.), wmk. sideways values incl. 5c., Newfoundland 1932 to 30c., line perf. 14 20c., 1941-44 to 48c., Norfolk Is., Papua New Guinea, Pitcairn Is. 1940-51 range of shades to 2s.6d. (4), 1949 Wedding, Somaliland 1938 to 5r., 1953-58 to 10s., Tristan 1952 and 1960 sets to 10s., etc., mainly fine with many unmounted. (100s).
299 | £880
A Q.E.II mainly fine used collection in three New Age albums with many complete sets incl. Falkland Islands 1960-66 to 1 (7, incl. a fine block), Dependencies, Tristan da Cunha, etc. (many 100's).
300 | £480
A selection in varied condition comprising Tasmania 1853 1d. used (2), Grenada 1902 1/2d. to 10s. set of ten overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', Hong Kong 1898 (Apr.) 10c. on 30c. mint (S.G. 54, creased), New Guinea 1939 Air set to 1 mint (toned), and K.U.T. 1921-22 5r. used, 1938-54 1s. with variety damage on mountain used (creased). (29). Cat. 3,990.
301 | £1050
A mint or used accumulation in ten albums and stockbooks and on leaves with mint and used British Commonwealth incl. Australia 1931-36 10s. to 2 optd. ''SPECIMEN'' , Ascension 1938-53 to 10s. used, S.W.A. 1931 to 10s. and 20s. in used blocks, 1949 U.P.U. omnibus sets mint, F.I.D. philatelic covers with different cancellations, also a selection of Israel with first coins set on fdc, etc. (1,000's)
302 | £350
A Q.V. to Q.E.II mint and used collection of G.B. overprinted issues in mixed condition in an album incl. B.O.I.C., British Levant, Morocco Agencies, etc. (100's)
303 | £280
A K.G.VI mint collection in varied condition in a S.G. printed album, incl. Cayman Islands, K.U.T., Malta, St. Vincent, etc. (few 100's)
304 | £580
A collection in twelve albums and loose, incl. Cook Islands 1920 11/2d. perforated proof of the vignette only, K.U.T., range of modern postcards, etc. (1,000's)
305 | £220
A mainly Q.V. to K.G.V interesting mint British Empire collection of issues in blocks, the majority unmounted, contained in a small stockbook incl. Australia 1d JCB corner marginal imprint block of twelve, Gibraltar 1904-08 MCA 6d (9), India, O.F.S., South Africa, Transvaal 1905-09 CA to 21/2d (21), etc., varied condition. (100's)
306 | £480
Omnibus issues: A mint and used collection of Omnibus issues in mixed condition in an album incl. 1935 Silver Jubilee with 44 different sets mainly mint incl. Hong Kong, 1948-49 Silver Wedding 59 different sets mint or used, 1949 U.P.U's mint, etc. (100's)
307 | £250
Omnibus Issues: 1935 Silver Jubilee: Sets complete less British Solomon Is., British Virgin Is., British Forces in Egypt and St.Helena to Turks & Caicos Is., mainly fine mint, some unmounted. (177)
308 | £240
Omnibus Issues: 1935 Silver Jubilee, a collection in an album with mint and used sets, a few minor varieties, etc., varied condition. (few 100's)
309 | £650
Omnibus Issues: 1948-49 Silver Wedding sets complete, mainly fine unmounted mint. (138). Cat 1,800.
310 | £650
Omnibus Issues: 1948-49 Silver Wedding sets complete less Negri Sembilan $5, mainly fine unmounted mint. (137). Cat 1,800.
311 | £520
Omnibus Issues: 1948-49 Silver Wedding, a mainly mint selection, incl. Hong Kong, North Borneo (2) unmounted, duplicated range of low values and a few used, etc.
314 £260
'IMPERIUM'' Trials: 1897 imperf. 6d. solid and white numeral vertical pair on Crown CA watermarked paper, key plate in grey-black and duty plate in chestnut on white paper, fine. Photo.
315 £260
'IMPERIUM'' Trials: 1897 imperf. 6d. solid and white numeral vertical pair on Crown CA watermarked paper, key plate in dull purple and duty plate in red on yellow paper, fine. Photo.
316 £260
'IMPERIUM'' Trials: 1897 imperf. 6d. solid and white numeral vertical pair on Crown CA watermarked paper, key plate in dull purple and duty plate in purple on yellow paper, fine. Photo.
317 £260
'IMPERIUM'' Trials: 1897 imperf. 6d. solid and white numeral vertical pair on Crown CA watermarked paper, key plate in green and duty plate in red on yellow paper, fine. Photo.
318 £260
'IMPERIUM'' Trials: 1897 imperf. 6d. solid and white numeral vertical pair on Crown CA watermarked paper with part marginal watermark inscription, key plate in green and duty plate in black on yellow paper, fine. Photo.
319 £260
'IMPERIUM'' Trials: 1897 imperf. 6d. solid and white numeral vertical pair on Crown CA watermarked paper, key plate in black and duty plate in emerald on yellow paper, fine. Photo.
320 £260
'IMPERIUM'' Trials: 1897 imperf. 6d. solid and white numeral vertical pair on Crown CA watermarked paper, key plate in green and duty plate in red on red paper, fine. Photo.
322 £200
'IMPERIUM'' Trials: 1897 imperf. 6d. solid and white numeral vertical pair on Crown CA watermarked paper, key plate in black and duty plate in red on yellow paper, insignificant thin otherwise fine. Photo.
323 £230
'IMPERIUM'' Trials: 1897 imperf. 6d. solid and white numeral vertical pair on Crown CA watermarked paper, key plate in green and duty plate in emerald on buff paper, upper stamp with minor surface scuff in Queen's hair otherwise fine. Photo.
324 £200
'IMPERIUM'' Trials: 1897 imperf. 6d. solid and white numeral vertical pair on Crown CA watermarked paper, key plate in grey-black and duty plate in purple on buff paper, upper stamp with small thin otherwise fine. Photo.
326 £260
'IMPERIUM'' Trials: 1898 imperf. 6d. trials prepared for unissued Gold Coast 5, solid and white numeral examples with key plate in dull purple and duty plate in violet on yellow paper, affixed together on small piece, fine. Photo.
327 £700
Aden: 1937 Dhow 1/2a. to 10r. set unmounted mint, each with lower margin showing plate number ''1'', fine. S.G. 1-12, cat. 700+. Photo.
328 £480
Aden: 1951 15c. on 21/2a. variety surcharge double, fine mint, very scarce. S.G. 38a. Photo.
329 | £520
Aden: A used collection on leaves with a good range of India used in Aden incl. 1854 1/2a., 1a., 1895 2r. to 5r., Officials, postcards incl. 1888 Egyptian 5pa. card used with added French 5c. pair cancelled Aden and Ligne N datestamps, later to 1965 with 1937 and 1939-48 sets, etc., mainly fair to fine.
330 £120
Antigua: 1935 Silver Jubilee 1s. with dot by flagstaff variety, fine mint. S.G. 94h, cat. 300. Photo.
331 £550
Antigua: A mint collection in a Plymouth album, 1903 to 1978, incl. 1903-07 to 5s. (2), 1908-17 to 2s., 1913 5s., 1921-29 MCA to 1, 5s. in a plate ''1'' corner block of four, Script to 4s., 1938-51 to 1 with shades, 1953-62 to $4.80, later definitives and commemoratives, Barbuda 1922 opts. to 5s., etc., varied condition, mainly fine. (few 100s). Photo.
334 £240
Ascension: 1938-53 5s. perf. 131/2 in a lower left corner plate ''1'' block of four, slightly patchy gum otherwise fine, lower pair unmounted, scarce. S.G. 46. Photo.
335 £75
Ascension: 1963 11/2d. variety cobalt omitted, and 1987 Ruby Wedding 20p. variety overprint double (with normal), fine unmounted mint. S.G. 71a, 449a, cat. 150.
337 £100
Australian States: New South Wales: 1894-1904 10s. violet and rosine perf. 12 x 11 very fine and fresh mint. S.G. 277b, cat. 225. Photo.
338 £75
Australian States: New South Wales: 1894-1904 10s. violet and rosine perf. 12 x 11 mint, a couple of short perfs. otherwise fine. S.G. 277b, cat. 225. Photo.
339 £220
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853 Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper, 1d. pale blue [pos. 9], a fresh example with good to very large margins and lightly cancelled, very slight thinning in margin at lower left, otherwise fine. S.G. 1, cat. 1,000. Brandon certificate (2002). Photo.
340 £200
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853 Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper, 1d. blue [pos. 9], an early deep shade with good to large margins, cancelled Hobart ''61'' barred numeral, fine. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000. Photo.
341 £250
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853 Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper, 1d. blue [pos. 15], good to large margins, very slight thinning in left margin only, clear of design and very trivial. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000. Brandon certificate (2002). Photo.
342 £170
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853 Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper, 1d. blue [pos. 1], an attractive example on thinner paper in a very deep shade from an early printing, fine Launceston ''59'' barred numeral cancellation, good margins, just shaved at top and with slightest of thinnings on reverse. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000+. Ex Burrus. Photo.
343 £175
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853 Early Impressions on Soft Medium Paper, 1d. blue [pos. 2], an early printing with large margins three sides, just cut-into at top and cancelled by slightly indistinct barred numerals (possibly ''44'' of New Norfolk), fresh. S.G. 2, cat. 1,000+. Ex Tinsley. Photo.
344 £85
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 Plate I, First State 4d. bright red-orange on toned paper, unplated, close to good margins, cancelled good Hobart ''64'' barred numeral. S.G. 5, cat. 800. Photo.
345 £350
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 Plate I, First State 4d. bright brownish orange [pos. 10], large margins and cancelled Hobart ''68'' barred numeral, trivial corner crease in upper right margin, otherwise fine. S.G. 6, cat. 950. Photo.
346 £200
Australian States: Tasmania: 1853-54 Plate I, Second State 4d. pale orange [pos. 2], a large margined example with scarce ''58'' Waterloo Point barred numeral. S.G. 9, cat. 425. Photo.
350 | £650
Australia: 1931-36, selection of unmounted mint multiples with 1/2d., 1d., 2d. and 6d. in blocks of 42, 11/2d. block of 45, 3d. blocks of 36 and 4, and 5d. block of 4, a few minor creases otherwise fine. S.G. 124-130, cat. 2,163+.
351 | £150
Australia: 1931 Air 6d. sepia in a complete unmounted mint sheet (folded) of 40 with Ash imprint, a few stamps affected by creasing otherwise fine. S.G. 139, cat. 560+.
352 | £820
Australia: 1934 Victoria 2d. and 3d. perf. 101/2 and 1s. perf. 111/2 in mainly fine unmounted mint irregular blocks of 44 incl. the lower five rows with Ash imprints, folded through centre gutters. S.G. 147, 148, 149a, cat. 2,398+.
353 | £550
Australia: 1934 Macarthur set in mainly fine unmounted mint panes of 40. S.G. 150-152, cat. 1,600+.
354 £160
Australia: 1934-48 no wmk. perf. 11 1s.6d. Hermes in an unmounted mint upper right corner block of ten (2 x 5), fine. S.G. 153, cat. 420+.
355 | £130
Australia: 1935 Silver Jubilee 2d. irregular block of nine, 3d. and 2s. blocks of eight unmounted mint, one 2s. with tiny offset on gum otherwise fine. S.G. 156-158, cat. 280+.
356 | £120
Australia: 1936 Submarine Telephone Link 2d. and 3d. in mainly fine unmounted mint complete sheets of 80 with Ash imprints and plate numbers in lower margins, folded through gutters. S.G. 159, 160, cat. 360+.
359 £1750
Australia: 1948 Scout Jamboree 21/2d. die proof in lake, mounted in sunken board (88 x 114mm.) with paper overlay and backstamped framed "C.B.A./ NOTE PRINTING/ BRANCH/ (ms.) 11/ 1. 11. 48/ (initials)". Photo.
360 £1150
Australia: 1952 Scout Jamboree 31/2d. die proof in brown-lake, mounted in sunken board (88 x 114mm.) with paper overlay and backstamped framed "C.B.A./ NOTE PRINTING/ BRANCH/ (ms.) 23/ 20. 10. 52/ (initials)". S.G. 254 P. Photo.
361 £100
Australia: 1970-75 7c. coil stamp variety buff (shadows on flowers) omitted, fine unmounted mint, with normal for comparison. Sismondo certificate (2005). S.G. 468bb, cat. 200, EC AU937MCb - circa 200 mint known. Photo.
363 | £850
Australia: A mainly mint collection in a Lighthouse album, incl. 1913-14 to 5s., 1928 Exhibition miniature sheet, 1932 Bridge set, 1937-49 to 1 (both), 1963-65 Navigators set, good range of later issues to 1989, etc. (100's).
364 | £580
Australia: A mint and used collection on leaves, incl. 1915-28 5s. (2) and 10s. mint, range of 1930-31 commemoratives in plate blocks, 1932 Bridge set used, etc., varied condition. (approx. 340)
365 | £680
Australia: A large accumulation in 38 stockbooks, album and leaves, incl. a much duplicated range of K.G.V heads, range of modern issues, many in blocks, etc. (1,000's)
368 £65
Bahamas: 1970 Red Cross 3c. variety watermark Crown to right of CA in a right margin block of four, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 352w, cat. 152.
369 £580
Bahamas: A mint collection from 1863 to 1935 on leaves incl. 1863-77 1d. vermilion (no gum), 1902-10 to 1 with shades (1 unmounted), 1906-11 to 6d., 1s. imperf. colour trial in pale purple and red on yellow on gummed watermarked paper, 1912-19 to 1 (less 5s.), 1/2d. imperf. printer's sample in reddish purple and red optd. ''SPECIMEN'' without gum, 1921-37 to 1 (less 2d.), additional 5s., 1930 Tercentenary set, 1938-52 shades to 1 (2), 1948 Eleuthera set, 1954-63 to 1, 1965 to 1, also used Q.V. (4) incl. 1861-62 1d., 4d., etc., mainly fine with some unmounted. (146). Photo.
370 £80
Bahrain: 1952-54 1/2a. on 1/2d. variety fraction ''1/2'' omitted, fine unmounted mint, with normal. S.G. 80a, cat. 140.
371 £130
Barbados: 1873 (June) 5s. imperf. plate proof in maroon on ungummed wove paper, large margins, fine. Ex Sir Gawaine Baillie. Photo.
372 £70
Barbados: 1873 (June) 5s. imperf. plate proof in black on ungummed wove paper, large margins, small light stain at top left otherwise fine. Photo.
373 £290
Barbados: 1875-80 perf. 121/2 6d. chrome-yellow mint with part original gum, fresh with good colour. S.G. 70, cat. 650. Ex Sir Gawaine Baillie. Photo.
375 £400
Barbados: 1882 undenominated master die proof for the 1882-86 issue, in black on white glazed card (92 x 60mm), endorsed ''BEFORE HARDENING'' and dated ''30 JAN 82'' in blue, fine and scarce. Photo.
376 £270
Barbados: 1920-21 Victory, engraved die proof of the Winged Victory vignette in black on glazed paper (37 x 43mm), showing centred registration lines on each side, fine. Ex ''Olive Blossom''. Photo.
377 £270
Barbados: 1920-21 Victory, engraved die proof of the Winged Victory vignette in sepia on glazed paper (35 x 43mm), fine. Ex ''Olive Blossom''. Photo.
378 £200
Barbados: 1939 Tercentenary of General Assembly, engraved die proofs of the King Charles I head, in blue, blue-green and violet on glazed paper (35 x 40-45mm), fine. (3). Photo.
380 | £780
Barbados: A mint collection in a Plymouth album, 1892 to 1985, incl. 1892-1903 to both 2s.6d., 1897 Jubilee white paper to 2s.6d., blued paper 1/4d., 1/2d., 1d., 5d. and 2s.6d., 1905 to 2s.6d. (2), 1906 Nelson set, 1912-16 2s. (3), 3s. (2), 1920-21 Victory set, 1921-24 to 3s., 1938-47 range of shades to 5s., perf. 14 1/2d. (2), perf. 131/2 x 13 1d. scarlet (2), later definitive sets to $2.40, $5 and $10, range of shades throughout, etc., mainly fine with many unmounted. (approx. 344).
381 £90
Basutoland: 1935 Silver Jubilee 6d. with dot by flagstaff variety, fine mint. S.G. 14h, cat. 275. Photo.
382 £270
Basutoland: 1961 1/2c. on 1/2d. variety surcharge double mint, a couple of small gum wrinkles otherwise fine. R.P.S. certificate (1971). S.G. 58a. Photo.
383 | £270
Basutoland: A mint and used selection in a stockbook, incl. 1938 to 10s. mint (4), used, duplication, etc. (few 100's)
385 £350
Bechuanaland: 1887 1s. green and black rare irregular corner marginal block of 28 from the upper left corner of the sheet, some faults in margins and traces of toning at top but most fine, fresh and unmounted. S.G. 15.
386 | £160
Bechuanaland: 1891-1904, selection of Great Britain overprinted values in mint muliples comprising 2d. marginal blocks of twenty, eleven, also block of six, 4d. (41, with multiples to marginal block of eleven) and 6d. block of seven, majority of stamps are fine fresh unmounted. S.G. 34, 35 , 36., cat 646+ .
387 £60
Bechuanaland: 1893-95 1d. rose-red, variety no dots to ''i'' of ''British'', fine mint. S.G. 38e. Photo.
388 £200
Bechuanaland: 1893-95 1d. rose-red, fine used strip of three, the right-hand stamp showing variety no dots to ''i'' of ''British'', also a single with a few minor imperfections. S.G. 38, e. Photo.
390 £60
Bechuanaland: British Bechuanaland: Postal Stationery: 1895 1d. postcard to Germany, uprated with 1888 1/2d. vermilion, tied by ''VRYBURG'' c.d.s.
391 | £820
Bechuanaland: A Q.V. to Q.E.II selection in a stockbook, incl. 1888 to 10s. mint, 2s.6d. used, 1888 4d. on 4d. mint, 1891-1904 to 1s. mint (7), cancellations, etc., mixed condition. (100's)
392 £260
Bechuanaland: Stellaland: 1884 1d. red, fine used with ''8'' cancellation, scarce. S.G. 1. Photo.
393 £350
Bermuda: 1830 (Oct. 9) entire letter from London to Bermuda, rated ''2/2'' (deleted) with ''4/-'' added, bearing a fine circular framed ''A'' (misrouting mark issued to the London Foreign Branch's ''West India Room'' in Aug. 1830), unusual. Photo.
396 £1700
Bermuda: 1901 1/4d. composite essay in bright rose-carmine, comprising a 1/2d. proof overlaid by new 1/4d. frame, hinged to sunken frame (63 x 71mm.), rare. Ex Ludington. Photo.
397 £320
Bermuda: 1902 (Mar. 20) mourning envelope from Craddock, addressed to ''Hawkins Island, Bermuda'', franked by Cape 1d. pair, with oval Censor cachet in red, unframed ''NOT TUCKERS'' and manuscript ''Not Hawkins'' and ''Not Burtts'' in red, also ''Try Darrells'', interesting item. Photo.
399 | £130
Bermuda: 1918-22 Watermark Multiple Crown CA 2s. (4 shades), 2s.6d. (four shades also unmounted block of four), 5s. green and carmine-red on pale yellow unmounted from top of sheet [6], mainly fine.
400 £180
Bermuda: 1918-22 4s. black and carmine in a mint block of four [41-54] from the foot of the sheet, one with HPF54. S.G. 51b, bf. Photo.
401 £110
Bermuda: 1918-22 1 purple and black on red, fine fresh mint. S.G. 55, cat. 325. Photo.
402 £100
Bermuda: 1918-22 Watermark Multiple Crown CA 1 purple and black on red showing HPF 55, fine mint. S.G. 55 var. Photo.
403 | £420
Bermuda: 1924-32 Watermark. Mult. Script CA a mainly mint selection, incl. 2s.6d. black and carmine on pale blue (4), one with HPF 14, 2s.6d. black and carmine-red on deep grey-blue (2, one with HPF 14), 2s.6d. black and scarlet-vermilion on deep blue with HPF 14, 10s. green and red on pale emerald (3, two have HPF 14), 10s. green and red on deep emerald with HPF 14, etc., fair to fine. (17).
411 £1850
Bermuda: 1938-53 1 pale purple and black on pale red variety shading omitted from upper right scroll [R. 1/1], unmounted mint in an upper left corner block of four, fine and very scarce. S.G. 121b, bb, cat. 3,505+. Photo.
413 £520
Bermuda: 1962-68 2d. variety lilac omitted, fine unmounted mint, very scarce. S.G. 164a, cat. 1,000, EC BE328MCa. Photo.
414 £1600
Bermuda: 1962-68 1s.3d., variety watermark inverted, fine used. Unlisted by Gibbons and believed to be the only known example recorded thus far. S.G. 172 var. Photo.
416 £750
Bermuda: 1970 60c. on 5s. variety surcharge omitted, fine unmounted mint with margin at top, and with sideways wmk. and PVA gum (which differentiates this from the 1962 issue), very scarce, with normal for comparison. S.G. 246a, cat. 1,000, EC BE492SVa. Photo.
417 £1100
Bermuda: 1973 Tree Planting Year 15c. variety brown (Queen's head and value) omitted, fine unmounted mint, very scarce, with normal for comparison. S.G. 294a, cat. 1,500, EC BE588MCa - 34 mint known. Photo.
419 £190
Bermuda: 1986 World Wildlife Fund 90c. on $3 variety surcharge double, in a right margin block of four with gutter margin at foot showing plate numbers, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 534a, cat. 360+, EC BE1068SVa.
420 £200
Bermuda: Postal Fiscals: 1937 12s.6d. grey and orange, mint, small thin at top, otherwise fine. S.G. F1, cat. 1,100. Photo.
421 | £230
Bermuda: A selection of mint sets from 1920 to 1952 on leaves with 1920-21 Tercentenary sets, 1922-34 range of shades (less 3d. ultramarine) to 1s. (4), line and comb perfs., 1d. types II and III, 1d. printer's sample in blue, and 1938-52 issue with shades, line and comb perfs., etc., mainly fine. (89).
422 £600
Botswana: 1967 Birds 1c. variety watermark type 105 of Malta, fine used, rare. S.G. 220a, cat. 750, EC BW440WEa - circa 6 known used. Photo.
423 £320
Botswana: 1970 Dickens 7c. right margin horizontal pair variety imperf. between stamp and margin, fine unmounted mint, very scarce. S.G. 266 var, EC BW532IMa - circa 10 known, cat. 675. Photo.
424 £260
British East Africa: 1895 71/2a. variety overprint double, fine used, rare. S.G. 41a, cat. 550. Photo.
425 £190
British Guiana: 1876-79 1c. to 48c., mainly fine mint. S.G. 126-133. Photo.
426 £130
British Guiana: 1881 (Dec. 28) ''1'' on 12c. brownish purple, a fine used block of four from the foot of the sheet. S.G. 153.
427 £75
British Guiana: 1882 1c. magenta perforated ''SPECIMEN'', unused block of four from the top of the sheet, slight crease, otherwise fine. S.G. 162.
428 £140
British Guiana: 1882 2c. yellow perforated ''SPECIMEN'', unused block of four from the right of the sheet, slight staining, otherwise fine. S.G. 165. Photo.
429 £290
British Guiana: 1938-52 $1 bright violet, perf. 14 x 13, fine used. Murray Payne certificate (2009). S.G. 317a., cat. 550. Photo.
430 | £230
British Guiana: A selection of early issues, incl. 1861 1c. reddish brown used, 1863-76 perf. 10 8c., perf. 15 1c., 2c., 12c. and 24c. unused, etc., mixed condition. (18).
431 | £110
British Guiana: A mint selection of sets on leaves with 1898 Jubilee set, additional 2c. and 10c., 1931 Centenary, 1934-51 to $1 (less 50c.), and 1954-63 to $5 (2, less 12c.) with De La Rue printings, mainly fine with some unmounted. (58).
432 £65
British Honduras: 1899 5c. variety ''BEVENUE'' [R. 6/4], very fine used with Belize ''18 MY 00'' c.d.s. cancellation. S.G. 66a, cat. 140. Photo.
433 £600
British Honduras: 1922-33 $5 in a right margin block of four, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 125, cat. 800+. Photo.
434 £95
British Honduras: 1935 Silver Jubilee 25c. with lightning conductor variety very fine mint. S.G. 146c, cat. 275. Photo.
435 £200
British Honduras: 1935 Silver Jubilee 25c. showing double flagstaff variety, very fine mint, scarce. S.G. 146e, cat. 400. Photo.
436 £80
British Honduras: 1972 Mayan Artefacts 3c. variety gold printing double, fine c.t.o. used with margin at right, with mint normal for comparison. S.G. 328 var., EC BH656MIa, cat. 225. Photo.
437 £60
British Levant: British Post Offices in Constantinople and Smyrna: British Currency 1921 1s. and 2s.6d. overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine with gum. S.G. L23s, L24s, cat. 205. Photo.
438 | £210
British Post Office in Siam: A small selection, incl. 1882-85 watermark Crown CC 6c. and 12c unused, watermark Crown CA 2c. used, 12c. used, 24c. unused, etc., very mixed condition. (7).
440 £160
British Solomon Islands: 1935 Silver Jubilee 6d. with dot by flagstaff variety, very fine mint. S.G. 55h, cat. 325. Photo.
441 £270
British Solomon Islands: A mint collection from 1907 to 1986 on leaves incl. 1907 to 1s., 1914-23 to 1, 1922-31 to 10s., 1939-51 range of shades to 5s. (2), 10s., later sets to $2, etc., mainly fine with some unmounted. (148). Photo.
442 £120
British Virgin Islands: 1904 5s. die proof of the duty tablets, in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), dated ''31 MAR. 04'', fine. Photo.
443 £90
British Virgin Islands: 1935 Silver Jubilee 1s. with kite and vertical log variety fine mint. S.G. 106k, cat. 275. Photo.
444 £90
British Virgin Islands: 1935 Silver Jubilee 1s. with kite and horizontal log variety, fine mint. S.G. 106l, cat. 250. Photo.
445 | £220
British Virgin Islands: A mint collection on leaves, 1867 to 1968, incl. 1867 1s. (2) and 1868 1s. (toned), 1879-80 1/2d. and 21/2d., 1887-99 shades to 1s. (4), 1904 to 5s., 1956-62 to $4.80, etc., varied condition, many fine with some unmounted. (113).
446 £450
Brunei: K.G.VI unissued unoverprinted 2c. orange, 3c. blue-green, 6c. greenish grey, 8c. red and 15c. ultramarine used on philatelic cover tied by ''BRUNEI/31 APR/1942 '' c.d.s., a few very minor imperfections on some perfs. Murray Payne certificate (2009). Photo
447 | £60
Brunei: 1947-51 1c. to 10c. each in complete unmounted mint sheets (some folded), 1c. incl. [R. 4/4] weak entry and others, 5c. incl. [R.1/8] retouch, 10c. incl. [R. 2/10] retouch, etc. S.G. 79-85.
448 £110
Brunei: 1977 Silver Jubilee 20c. variety silver (inscription) omitted, fine unmounted mint with margin at top. S.G. 265a, cat. 225, EC BU530MCa. Photo.
450 £550
Burma: A selection of mint sets from 1937 to 1946 incl. 1937 overprints to 25r., 1938-40 to 10r., 1946 to 10r., etc., mainly fine. (68). Photo.
451 | £380
Canada: Newfoundland: 1910 (Aug.) 2c. rose-carmine in a complete sheet (folded) of 100, a few minor wrinkles otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. 96, cat. 1,900+.
453 £230
Canada: 1870-88 1c. bright yellow variety imperforate in a horizontal pair, rather large hinge remainder otherwise fine mint. S.G. 75a, cat. 475. Photo.
454 £210
Canada: 1873-79 6c. yellowish brown perf. 111/2 x 12 on smooth paper with streaky gum, mint, from column 1 without plate dot at lower left, fine and fresh. S.G. 98. Photo.
455 £230
Canada: 1897-98 8c. brownish orange on vertically wove paper, variety imperforate in a horizontal pair, very fine mint, scarce, only 100 pairs issued. S.G. 148a, cat. 450, Unitrade 72i. Photo.
457 £70
Canada: 1982-87 Heritage Artifacts 48c. variety magenta (background) omitted, a fine unmounted mint upper right corner example. S.G. 1064 var, Unitrade 929i, cat. $400. Photo.
458 | £150
Canada: Officials: A mainly unmounted mint selection from 1949 to 1963, incl. 1949 and 1950 sets, etc., mainly fine. (65).
459 | £420
Canada: A used Q.V. to K.G.V collection on leaves incl. 1852-57 3d., 1864 2c. rose-red, large and small Queens, 1897 Jubilee values to $1 and $2, 1903 to 50c., 1928-29 to $1, etc., mixed condition. (187)
460 | £400
Canada: A Q.V. to Q.E.II collection in mixed condition in an album with a range of large and small Queens used, 1897 Jubilee to $1, $2 and $3 used, 1908 Quebec set used, later issues mint and used, etc. (100's)
461 | £140
Canada: A mint collection in a Plymouth album, 1915 to 1980, with War Tax issues incl. 1915 5c. to 50c., 1916 (Feb.) imperf. x perf. 8 2c. + 1c., 1916 (Aug.) perf. 12 2c. + 1c. carmine-red (unmounted), 1916 (Aug.) 2c. + 1c. brown die I imperf. proof pair without gum, imperf. x perf. 8 die I pair, remainder mostly commemoratives incl. 1917 Confederation 3c. block of four, 1930's issues, 1947 to 1980 almost complete, etc., varied condition. (few 100's).
464 £260
Cayman Islands: 1917 (Sept.) War Stamp type 16 11/2d. on 21/2d. deep blue fine mint, scarce. S.G. 55, cat 750. Photo.
465 | £620
Cayman Islands: A mint collection from 1900 to 1969 on leaves incl. 1902-03 to 1s., 1905 to 1s., 1907 to 5s., 1907-09 to 10s., 1912-20 shades to 10s. (3), 1921-26 MCA to 10s. incl. 5s. shades (4), 1938-48 perfs. and shades to 10s. (2), 1950 to 10s., 1953-62 and 1962-64 sets to 1, etc., mainly fine with some unmounted. (217).
466 £150
Ceylon: 1872-80 2c., 8c., 32c., 36c., 48c., 64c. and 96c. imprimaturs on gummed, watermarked paper, fair to fine. Photo.
467 | £75
Ceylon: 1872-80 36c., 48c. and 64c., imprimaturs on gummed, watermarked paper, fair to fine.
468 £160
Ceylon: 1903 6c. die proof in black on white glazed card (92 x 60mm.), endorsed ''BEFORE HARDENING'' and dated ''2 MAR 03'' in blue, fine. Photo.
469 £140
Ceylon: 1912-25 5c. bright magenta variety watermark inverted in a mint vertical strip of four (three are unmounted), one creased otherwise fine and scarce. S.G. 304w, cat. 480+. Photo.
471 £130
Ceylon: 1921-25 100r. grey-black overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', a little adhesion on reverse otherwise fine and fresh with gum. S.G. 321s, cat. 325. Photo.
472 | £350
Ceylon: Postal Stationery: An unused and used duplicated accumulation, incl. postcards, envelopes, registered envelopes, etc., varied condition. (few 100's)
473 | £550
Ceylon: A Q.V. to Q.E.II collection in an album, incl. a range of early issues, 1903-05 set overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', postal stationery, cancellations, etc. (100's)
475 £75
Cook Islands: 1943-54 3 green, fine used. Murray Payne certificate (2009). S.G. 135w. Photo.
476 £750
Cook Islands: A mint collection on leaves, 1892 to 1965, incl. 1892 1d. to 21/2d. (2 of each), 10d. (mostly with faults), 1893-1900 perf. 12 x 111/2 set incl. 21/2d. (3), 10d. (2), perf. 11 to 1s. (less 2d.) with shades, 1913-19 11/2d. perf. 14, 1919 mixed perf. pair values to 6d., 1920 1/2d. proof pair of the vignette only, 1921-23 2s. to 1, 2s. also with carmine opt., 1924-27 21/2d. proof pair of the vignette only, 1931-32 2s.6d. to 1, 1936-44 2s.6d. to 1, 3 (2), 1943-54 2s.6d. to 5, 1944-46 to 3s., 1963 1d. to 5s. set in gummed marginal imperf. proof pairs, etc., varied condition, mainly fine. (168 items). Photo.
477 | £270
Cyprus: 1880 (Apr.) mint selection incl. 1/2d. plate 12 (2, one without gum), plate 15, 1d. plates incl. 181, 208, 220, etc., varied condition. (17).
478 £450
Cyprus: 1880 (Apr.) 21/2d. plate 15 AA-BE corner block of ten with marginal inscription, 4d. to 1s. mint, 21/2d. block with some creasing otherwise mainly fine. S.G. 3-6, cat. 1,370+. Photo.
479 | £450
Cyprus: 1881 (Feb.-June) mint or unused selection with 18mm 1/2d. on 1d. plates 174, 181, 201, 205, 208, 216, 218 and 220 (no gum), 16mm 1/2d. on 1d. plate 201, 13mm 1/2d. on 1d. plates 205, 215 and 218, and 1881 (June) 30pa. on 1d. plate 220, mixed condition. (13).
480 £600
Cyprus: 1881 (July) 1/2pi. to 6pi. mint, 6pi. with pencil signature on reverse, good to fine. S.G. 11-15, cat. 3,605. Photo.
481 £500
Cyprus: 1882 to 1896 mint Q.V. selection incl. 1882-86 1/2pi. to 12pi. (4pi. with a few toned perfs.), 1886 (Apr.) 6mm ''1/2'' on CA 1/2pi., 1892-94 1/2pi. to 12pi., 1894-96 1/2pi. to 45pi., 1/2pi. plate ''4'' block of six, etc., varied condition, many fine. (36). Photo.
482 £250
Cyprus: 1902 to 1910 mint K.E.VII with 1902-04 1/2pi. to 45pi., also 18pi. optd. ''SPECIMEN'', and 1904-10 5pa. to 45 pi. with shades, mainly fine with some unmounted. (34). Photo.
483 £140
Cyprus: 1921-23 10s. green and red on pale yellow, mint with margin at right (folded), small gum wrinkle otherwise fine. S.G. 100, cat. 375. Photo.
484 £450
Cyprus: 1921-23 1 purple and black on red, fine mint. S.G. 101, cat. 1,200. Photo.
485 £650
Cyprus: 1924 Watermark Mult. Crown CA 1 purple and black on red, in a fine mint block of four from the lower left corner of the sheet, scarce. S.G. 102. Photo.
486 £240
Cyprus: 1938-51 1pi. orange, perf. 131/2 x 121/2, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 154a, cat. 550. Photo.
487 | £700
Cyprus: A mainly mint Q.V. to K.G.VI selection, incl. 1902-04 to 45pi. (2), 1921-23 45pi., 1924-28 to 90pi., 1938-51 to 1 (2), etc., varied condition. (121).
488 | £350
Cyprus: A mint collection on leaves, 1912 to 1980, incl. 1912-15 to 45pi., 1921-23 to 45pi., 1924-28 original values to 90pi., 1938-51 to 1, 1948 Wedding, 1960-61 to 1, 1962 to 1, etc., mainly fine with some unmounted. (192).
489 £1100
Dominica: 1806 (Aug. 4) entire letter from the ''Melville'' correspondence to London, bearing ''2/-'' rate mark, a good strike of the Dominica fleuron datestamp, with clear arrival c.d.s. on reverse. Photo.
491 £500
Dominica: 1823 (Apr. 7) entire letter to London, bearing ''2/2'' rate mark, on reverse has a fine Dominica undated fleuron, fine. Photo.
492 £320
Dominica: 1871 (Sept. 26) entire letter from the ''Melville'' correspondence to Scotland, endorsed ''p. Steamer, 26 Sep 1871'', with ''11'' and ''1'' rate marks, bearing ''DOMINICA/PAID'' c.d.s. in red. Photo.
493 £80
Dominica: 1877-79 4d. blue with malformed ''CE'' in ''PENCE'' variety, fine used, scarce. S.G. 7a, cat. 130. Photo.
495 £120
Dominica: 1883-86 1d. bisected, used with 1886-90 4d. on piece, tied by ''DE 27 86'' duplex, scarce. S.G. 14a, 24. Photo.
496 £210
Dominica: 1903-07 2s. die proof of the frame only, in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), endorsed ''AFTER HARDENING'' and dated ''4 JUN 03'' in blue, small corner fault otherwise fine. Photo.
497 £210
Dominica: 1907-08 wmk. Crown CA 1/2d. imperf. colour trial in chestnut and green, small crease, part original gum. Ex Sir Gawaine Baillie. Photo.
498 £60
Dominica: 1908-21 1d. to 5s. set of nine overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine and fresh with gum. S.G. 48s-54s, cat. 180. Photo.
499 £320
Dominica: 1951 (July) 12c. black and bright green, in an unmounted mint block of four from the lower right corner of the sheet with plate numbers, showing ''C'' of ''CA'' missing from watermark in margin at foot below plate number, fine. S.G. 128 var. Photo.
500 £580
Dominica: 1951 (July) 14c. blue and violet, a used horizontal pair, the left stamp showing ''C'' of ''CA'' missing from watermark, fine. B.P.A. certificate (1992). S.G. 129a. Photo.
501 | £620
Dominica: A mint collection on leaves, 1874 to 1967, incl. 1874 1d. to 1s., some gum disturbance, 1877-79 1/2d. to 1s. (less 21/2d.), 1883-86 21/2d., 1886-90 to 1s., 1903-07 to 5s. incl. 1s. chalky paper, 1907-08 to 5s., 1908-21 shades to 5s., 1921-22 to 2s.6d., 1954-62 to $2.40, etc., mainly fine with some unmounted. (178).
503 £230
Egypt: 1895 unissued Nile Winter Fte set of three values, a few minor gum wrinkles, otherwise fine. Photo.
504 | £280
Egypt: French Post Offices in Egypt, a collection on leaves with Alexandria mint and used, Port Said 1902-20 to 5f. mint, covers and cards, etc., varied condition. (75, 16 covers). The property of another vendor.
505 | £1450
Egypt: 1925 to 1934, a mint and used collection in an album, incl. 1925 Geographical Congress 15m. printed on both sides turned 90 degrees angle (faint) mint block of four, 1926 Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition set on f.d.c., 1926 Birthday 50p. mint (4), 1927 Cotton Congress set with oblique perforations, 1927 Statistical Congress set with oblique perforations, 1928 Medical Congress set with oblique perforations, and imperforate set with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, 1931 Agricultural and Industrial set with oblique perforations, 1933 Railway Congress sets mint, used (5, one on f.d.c.), 1934 U.P.U. Congress set used with extra E1, range of covers and plate flaws, etc. (100's).
506 £450
Egypt: 1925 Geographical Congress, 5m. perforated colour trials on gummed watermarked paper (3) in the issued colours brown, rose-carmine and ultramarine, fine with gum. S.G. 123-125P. Photo.
507 £550
Egypt: 1925 Geographical Congress, 5m. and 10m. (3) imperforate, also 5m. pair with oblique perforations and 5m. with watermark pointing down, all unmounted, few minor gum creases, otherwise fine. Photo.
508 £350
Egypt: 1926 Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition, 5m. to 200m. all with oblique perforations, fine unmounted mint, also 50m. normal with line across head of peasant, mint. S.G. 126-131vars. Photo.
509 £350
Egypt: 1926 Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition, 5m. to 200m. all imperforate, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 126-131var. Photo.
510 £350
Egypt: 1926 Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition, 5m. to 200m. all imperforate from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, fine. S.G. 126-131 vars. Photo.
511 £220
Egypt: 1926 King's Birthday 50p. purple, in a fine mint (two unmounted) block of four from the lower right corner of the sheet. S.G. 134.
512 £900
Egypt: 1926 King's Birthday 50p. purple, variety imperforate between stamp and upper margin, fine used, rare. S.G. 134 var. Photo.
513 £450
Egypt: 1926 Navigation Congress set with oblique perforations, in fine unmounted mint blocks of four. S.G. 138-140 vars. Photo.
514 £180
Egypt: 1926 Navigation Congress 5m. to 15m. imperforate set from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse. S.G. 136-138. Photo.
515 £880
Egypt: 1926 Inauguration of Port Fouad set mint, all with expertising marks on gum, the 50p. with Brandon certificate (1997). S.G. 141-144, cat. 1,800. Photo.
516 £480
Egypt: 1926 Inauguration of Port Fouad set, fine used, the 5m. to 15m. with R.P.S. certificates (1969). S.G. 141-144. Photo.
517 £780
Egypt: 1926 Inauguration of Port Fouad set, fine used on f.d.c. (two creases away from adhesives), rare. A. Diena certificate (1959). S.G. 141-144. Photo.
518 £280
Egypt: 1926 Inauguration of Port Fouad 5m., 10m. and 15m. used on Official invitation card (folded) on the first day. Photo.
519 £130
Egypt: 1926 Inauguration of Port Fouad 5m. unused, showing blotted ''Y'' in ''EGYPT'', also 10m. white bulge in Arabic inscription mint with toned gum. 5m. has Charles F. Hass certificate (1997).
520 £270
Egypt: 1926 Inauguration of Port Fouad 15m. with variety obliterating bar double, fine used from the right of the sheet, scarce. Charles F. Hass certificate (1997). Photo.
521 £380
Egypt: 1926 Inauguration of Port Fouad 50p. purple, mint, a few slight creases, otherwise fine. S.G. 144, cat. 1,200. Photo.
522 £150
Egypt: 1927 Cotton Congress set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, fine. S.G. 145-147var. Photo.
523 £190
Egypt: 1929 Prince's ninth birthday set, all with oblique perforations, unmounted mint, a few minor gum wrinkles, otherwise fine. S.G. 178-181vars. Photo.
524 £180
Egypt: 1929 Prince's ninth birthday set, with centre in black or brown, two sets, one mint with disturbed gum, the other fine used. S.G. 178a-181a.
525 £900
Egypt: 1929 Prince's ninth birthday set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, all in fine corner marginal blocks of four, scarce. S.G. 178-181 vars. Photo.
526 £210
Egypt: 1931 Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, fine. S.G. 182-184 vars.
527 £520
Egypt: 1933 Railway Congress set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, also set (unmounted mint from the top of the sheet) with oblique perforations, fine. S.G. 189-192 vars. Photo.
528 £650
Egypt: 1933 Aviation Congress set, from from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, also unmounted mint set with oblique perforations, fine. S.G. 214-218 vars. Photo.
529 £110
Egypt: 1934 U.P.U. Congress 1m. to E1 set, good to fine mint. S.G. 219-231. Photo.
530 £400
Egypt: 1934 U.P.U. Congress 1m. to E1 set, fine used on f.d.c. S.G. 219-232. Photo.
531 £480
Egypt: 1934 U.P.U. Congress 1m. to E1 set with oblique perforations, unmounted mint, few imperfections, otherwise fine. S.G. 219-232 vars. Photo.
532 £900
Egypt: 1934 U.P.U. Congress 1m. to E1 set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, fine. S.G. 219-232 vars. Photo.
533 | £2800
Egypt: 1936 to 1951, a mint and used collection of commemoratives in two albums, incl. 1936 Agricultural set with oblique perforations, 1938 King Farouk's 18th. birthday E1 unmounted vertical pair from the lower left corner of the sheet with control, mint (2), used (2, one on f.d.c.), 1938 Leprosy Congress 5m. imperforate mint, 1940 Child Welfare 5m. + 5m. imperforate with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, one with oblique perforations, 1943 Princess Ferial birthday 5m. + 5m. vertical pair (rejoined) with overprinted in black, one with double, one albino, normal mint block of eight with date error also used single, 1944 Death Anniversary 10m. purple imperforate (2, one with ''Cancelled'' on reverse), also one with oblique perfs, 1945 King's Birthday 10m. violet imperforate (2, one with ''Cancelled'' on reverse), 1945 Ismail Pasha 10m. olive-green imperforate with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, 1946 Visit 10m. green imperforate with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, 1946 Stamp Anniversary 1m. + 1m. grey and black with inverted watermark in a mint block of four, set with oblique perforations, miniature sheets imperforate mint (3), used, perforated mint (3), used, 1946 Withdrawal 10m. imperforate with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, 1947 Conference 10m. green imperforate with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, 1949 Agricultural and Industrial set with oblique perforations, 1951 Cotton Congress 10m. imperforate (2, one with ''Cancelled'' on reverse), etc. (many 100's).
534 £230
Egypt: 1936 Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, fine. S.G. 240-244 vars.
535 £450
Egypt: 1936 Anglo-Egyptian Treaty set with oblique perforations, in fine unmounted mint corner control blocks of four, scarce. S.G. 245-247 vars. Photo.
536 £210
Egypt: 1936 Anglo-Egyptian Treaty set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, fine from the top of the sheet. S.G. 245-247 vars. Photo.
537 £240
Egypt: 1937 Montreux Conference set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, and set with oblique perforations unmounted mint,fine. S.G. 259-261 vars. Photo.
538 £500
Egypt: 1937 Ophthalmological Congress set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, and set with oblique perforations unmounted mint,fine. S.G. 262-264 vars. Photo.
539 £380
Egypt: 1938 Royal Wedding 5m., from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, and another with oblique perforations unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 265 vars.
540 £230
Egypt: 1938 Cotton Congress set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, and set with oblique perforations unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 266-268 vars.
541 £240
Egypt: 1938 Telecommunications Conference set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, and set with oblique perforations unmounted mint,fine. S.G. 269-271 vars.
542 £1300
Egypt: 1938 King Farouk's Eighteenth Birthday E1 with oblique perforations, fine unmounted mint, scarce. S.G. 272 var. Photo.
543 £1250
Egypt: 1938 King Farouk's Eighteenth Birthday E1, imperforate, frame only, fine unmounted mint, rare. S.G. 272 var. Photo.
544 £1600
Egypt: 1938 King Farouk's Eighteenth Birthday E1, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, fine from the left of the sheet, rare. S.G. 272 var. Photo.
545 £220
Egypt: 1938 Leprosy Conference set, imperforate, unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 273-275 vars.
546 £250
Egypt: 1938 Leprosy Conference set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, and set with oblique perforations unmounted mint,fine. S.G. 273-275 vars. Photo.
547 £400
Egypt: 1942 unissued Millenary of Al-Azhar University 6m. to 20m. set, fine mint. Photo.
548 £420
Egypt: 1942 unissued Millenary of Al-Azhar University 6m. to 20m. set with oblique perforations, fine unmounted mint. Photo.
549 £350
Egypt: 1942 unissued Millenary of Al-Azhar University 6m. to 20m. set with oblique perforations, fine unmounted mint. Photo.
550 £500
Egypt: 1942 unissued Millenary of Al-Azhar University 6m. to 20m. set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, fine. Photo.
551 £180
Egypt: 1945 Arab Union set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, and set with oblique perforations unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 304-305 vars.
552 £270
Egypt: 1946 Anniversary of First Egyptian Stamp set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, fine from the upper right corner of the sheet. S.G. 307-310 vars. Photo.
553 £230
Egypt: 1946 Anniversary of First Egyptian Stamp 1m. + 1m. grey and black, showing variety inscription inverted and misplaced, mint, has two (one large) collector's marks on gum, fine. Charles F. Hass certificate (1997). S.G. 307 var. Photo.
554 £220
Egypt: 1946 Anniversary of First Egyptian Stamp 17m. + 17m. brown, imperforate block of four (two are unmounted) all with large green guarantee handstamp on gum. S.G. 309 var. Photo.
555 £190
Egypt: 1946 Aviation Congress 30m. green, variety overprint inverted, unmounted mint, small natural paper flaw, otherwise fine. Egypt Study Circle certificate (1987). S.G. 314a, cat. 325. Photo.
556 £150
Egypt: 1946 Aviation Congress 30m. green, variety overprint double, unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 314b, cat. 325. Photo.
557 £130
Egypt: 1946 Aviation Congress 30m. green, variety overprint diagonally misplaced and '' cheval'', in a fine unmounted mint block of four. S.G. 314 var.
558 £200
Egypt: 1946 Arab League Congress set, all with oblique perforations, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 315-321 vars.
559 £450
Egypt: 1946 Arab League Congress set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, fine. S.G. 315-321 vars.
560 £290
Egypt: 1947 Fine Arts set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, and set with oblique perforations unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 334-337 vars. Photo.
561 £500
Egypt: 1949 Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, and set with oblique perforations unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 352-356 vars. Photo.
562 £100
Egypt: 1949 U.P.U. set, with oblique perforations unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 359-361 vars. Photo.
563 £320
Egypt: 1950 Essay by the Survey Department, for an unissued Royal Wedding 20m., hand-painted essay in brown on carton, perforated 11 x 111/2, fine. Photo.
564 £270
Egypt: 1951 Royal Wedding 10m., from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, and one with oblique perforations unmounted mint, fine. S.G. 367 var.
565 £250
Egypt: 1951 Mediterranean Games set, from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, also 10m. and 30m. imperforate mint, fine. S.G. 369-371 vars. Photo.
566 | £2800
Egypt: 1952 to 2007, a very comprehensive collection of commemoratives in thirty albums, incl. better mint, much unmounted with 1952 Birth 10m. imperforate with ''Cancelled'' on reverse and single oblique perforations, also imperforate pair, 1953 Electronics 10m. imperforate pair, 1956 Museum 10m. imperforate pair, 1956 Defense 10m. imperforate pair, 1957 Poets 10m. imperforate se-tenant pair, 1957 Egyptian Air force imperforate se-tenant block of four, 1957 Afro-Asian set in imperforate vertical pairs, 1958 Cycle Race 10m. imperforate vertical pair, 1958 Moustafa Kamel 10m. imperforate vertical pair, 1958 United Arab Republic set in imperforate horizontal pairs, 1958 Qassim Amin imperforate horizontal pair, 1958 Industrial and Agricultural 10m. imperforate vertical pair without overprint, also perf. single with triple overprint mint, 1959 Post Day 10m. + 5m. imperforate horizontal pair, 1959 Army Day 10m. imperforate pair and single, 1959 Nubian Monuments 10m. imperforate horizontal pair, 1960 Anniversary 10m. imperforate strip of three, 1960 Fine Arts 10m. imperforate strip of three, 1960 World Refugee Year 10m. imperforate block of four and 35m. single, 1960 United Nations set imperforate horizontal pairs, 1960 Nubian Monuments 10m. imperforate, 1961 Anniversary 10m. imperforate strip of three, 1961 Technical Cooperation set in imperforate strips of three, 1961 Fine Arts 10m. imperforate control block of four, 1962 Mother's Day 10m. with inverted watermark in a mint block of four, 1962 Propaganda 10m. + 5m, imperforate pair, 1962 Postal Union set in imperforate blocks of four, 10m. watermark inverted in a mint block of four and pair, 1985 Olympic Committee 5p. horizontal pair, imperforate at left, 1990 World Cup 10m. with red omitted, 1992 Post Day 10p. strip of seven, imperforate at left, 1994 Sedimentary Society 15p. block of eight, top pair imperforate at top, another block of eight showing one pair imperforate horizontally between, 1994 Olympic Committee 15p. (2), one with yellow, other with green omitted, 1996 Olympic Games miniature sheet with black printing misplaced downward, mint, 1995 Environment Day 20p. vertical pair and strip of ten, top stamp in each imperforate on three sides, many imperorates, varieties, miscut miniature sheets, inverted watermarks, f.d.c's, etc. (many 1,000's).
567 £300
Egypt: 1952 Abrogation of Anglo-Egyptian Treaty set, imperforate, also set with oblique perforations, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 404-406 vars. Photo.
568 £210
Egypt: 1952 Abrogation of Anglo-Egyptian Treaty set (30m. in pair), from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, fine. S.G. 404-406 vars. Photo.
569 £80
Egypt: 1955 Postal Union Congress 37m. violet, variety overprint double, fine mint. S.G. 509 var. Photo.
570 £260
Egypt: 1956 Scout Jamboree 10m. + 10m. green, imperforate strip of three from the upper right corner of the sheet, unmounted mint, horizontal crease, scarce. S.G. 510 var. Photo.
571 £240
Egypt: 1956 Scout Jamboree 20m. + 10m. ultramarine, imperforate vertical pair and single, unmounted mint, a few gum wrinkles, otherwise fine, scarce. S.G. 511 var. Photo.
572 £240
Egypt: 1956 Scout Jamboree 35m. + 15m. blue, imperforate horizontal pair from the left of the sheet, unmounted mint, manuscript notation on front pointing out a small flaw, minor gum wrinkles, otherwise fine and scarce. S.G. 512 var. Photo.
573 £480
Egypt: 1956 Scout Jamboree imperf. and perf. miniature sheets, fine unmounted mint. S.G. MS513, 514. Cat. 2,000. Photo.
574 £850
Egypt: 1956 Scout Jamboree imperf. and perf. miniature sheets, fine unmounted mint. S.G. MS513, 514, cat. 2,000. Photo. The property of another vendor.
575 £320
Egypt: 1956 Scout Jamboree imperforate miniature sheet, fine used. S.G. MS514, cat. 750. Photo.
576 £120
Egypt: 1957 Evacuation 10m., proof of the overprint only in black on unwatermarked thick cream paper, fine block of four. S.G. 520 P. Photo.
577 £210
Egypt: 1957 Revolution 10m., variety imperforate, unmounted mint horizontal pairs, marginal from the foot of the sheet, a few minor gum wrinkles, otherwise fine. S.G. 532-536 vars. Photo.
578 £420
Egypt: 1958 Egyptian Industries se-tenant strip, variety imperforate, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 565a, var. Photo.
579 £160
Egypt: 1958 Industrial and Agricultural 10m., variety overprint triple, in a fine unmounted mint block of four. S.G. 583 var. Photo.
580 £200
Egypt: 1959 Revolution set in imperforate vertical pairs, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 595-600 vars. Photo.
581 £220
Egypt: 1959 U.N. Children's Fund set, imperforate, in fine unmounted mint blocks of six. S.G. 625, 626 vars. Photo.
582 £180
Egypt: 1960 Arab League Centre 10m. green, variety black inscriptions omitted, fine unmounted mint. Charles F. Hass certificate (1997). S.G. 637 var. Photo.
583 £290
Egypt: 1960 Olympic Games 30m. and 35m. imperforate, both in fine unmounted mint blocks of four. S.G. 645, 646 vars. Photo.
584 £120
Egypt: 1994 Signing of the Israel-Palestine Agreement 15p. original artwork (295 x 219mm) with minor corrections marked, signed by the artist I. el Tahtawi. Photo.
585 | £2600
Egypt: Airmails: A collection in four albums, incl. 1919 (Mar. 20) O.H.M.S. envelope from Alexandria to Cairo with unframed ''AERIAL POST/EEF'', 1926 27m. deep violet imperforate with inverted watermark, unmounted mint, 27m. chestnut from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, also oblique perforations mint, 1931 Zeppelin set mint used on covers (2), 1933 Aviation Congress sets mint, used (4, three on covers, one is first day), 1948 Inaugural Flight 22m. on 200m. with surcharge double, mint with Hass certificate (1988), 1959-60 5m. to 90m. (2) imperforate mint, 1961 50m. bright blue imperforate pair mint, 1978-85 115m. mint vertical strip of three with brown omitted on two and partially on one, 1993 55p. mint with black inscription omitted (fault at right), flown covers, controls, varieties, range of labels and etiquettes, etc. (1,000's).
587 | £190
Egypt: Airmails: 1933 to 1952, a selection of airmail covers and cards (31) on leaves incl. censored, various rates, airletters, also some air stamps, etc. The property of another vendor.
588 £820
Egypt: Airmails: 1933 1m. to 200m set imperforate from from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, also unmounted mint set with oblique perforations, fine. S.G. 193-213 vars. Photo.
589 £180
Egypt: Airmails: 1941-46 5m. to 30m. set from the ''Royal Printing'' with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, also unmounted mint set with oblique perforations, fine. S.G. 285-288 vars.
590 £190
Egypt: Airmails: 1947 2m. to 200m. set with oblique perforations, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 322-333 vars.
591 £900
Egypt: Airmails: 1947 2m., 3m., 5m., 7m., 8m. and 30m. in blocks of four (all except 30m. are control blocks), 10m., 20m. 40m. pair, 50m., 100m., 200m. singles, from the ''Royal'' printing with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, fine.
592 £300
Egypt: Airmails: 1947 5m., 7m., 100m. in pairs, 2m., 10m. and 200m. singles, all imperforate, mainly fine mint.
593 £170
Egypt: Airmails: 1963 20m. single, 30m. and 40m. in blocks of four, all imperforate, unmounted mint, few gum wrinkles, otherwise fine. S.G. 741-743 vars.
594 £110
Egypt: Airmails: 1993 55p. horizontal strip of seven from the top of the sheet, the right-hand stamp showing inscription and value omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 1873 var.
595 | £420
Egypt: Express Mail: 1927 to 1990, a collection of Express covers in an album with various cachets and labels, rates, destinations, etc., varied condition. (45). The property of another vendor.
596 | £600
Egypt: Express Letter Stamps: A collection in an album, incl. 1926 20m. light brown from ''Royal'' printing with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, 1929 20m. from ''Royal'' printing with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, 1943 26m. with oblique perforations, 1944 40m. from ''Royal'' printing with ''Cancelled'' on reverse, also a small selection of British Forces in Egypt, etc. (109).
597 £420
Egypt: Hotel Posts: 1893 (Mar. 12) advertising envelope, registered to London, franked by 1pi. blue (2), tied by ''PYRAMIDS/MENA HOUSE'' c.d.s., scarce. Photo.
599 £420
Egypt: Hotel Posts: 1912 (Dec. 19) parcel label, registered to Wales, franked by 1m., 5m. (3) and 1pi., tied by ''SAVOY HOTEL/CAIRO'' c.d.s.'s with ''SAVOY HOTEL'' registration cachet, scarce. Photo.
600 | £1150
Egypt: Hotel Posts: A collection in two albums of covers, cards and stamps, , incl. Cataract, Mena House, San Stefano, Savoy, Shepheard's, Thos. Cook & Son, Winter Palace Luxor, advertising envelopes, p.p.c.'s, labels, etc. (few 100's).
601 | £650
Egypt: Labels: A collection in an album and stockbook, incl. Advertising with Cigarettes, Charity, Exhibitions, Publicity, Registration, Tourism, and a range of labels used on covers and cards, etc. (100's).
603 | £360
Egypt: Maritime: 1852 to 1931, a selection of covers and cards on leaves with British, Austrian, French and Khedivial Steamers, etc. (17). The property of another vendor.
604 | £140
Egypt: Meter Marks: A collection of mainly covers in an album, incl. 1934 (Jan. 1) ''01'' meter mark used on the first day, also a proof item, etc. (86 items).
605 | £300
Egypt: Military Mail: 1918 to 1956, a collection of military covers and cards in an album with various F.P.O's, A.P.O's, camps, censored, also I.D. passes, discharge certificates, etc., varied condition. (approx. 125 items). The property of another vendor.
606 | £260
Egypt: Officially Sealed Labels: 1906 to 2000, a collection on leaves, incl. blocks, ranges of types, covers, etc. (181)
607 | £450
Egypt: Postal Stationery: 1882 to 1974, an unused and used collection in an album with postcards, envelopes, airletters, lettersheets, wrappers, registered, range of printings and cancellations, etc., varied condition. (approx. 163). The property of another vendor.
608 | £350
Egypt: Railways: 1894 to 1957, a collection of railway covers and cards with a good range of station cancellations, rural, T.P.O's, etc., varied condition. (approx. 102 items). The property of another vendor.
610 | £650
Egypt: Used Abroad: 1867 to 1896, a selection in a stockbook with scarcer incl. Bairouth, Dardanelli, Dongola, Gedda, Kassala, Massawa, Metelino, Scio, Volo, a few interpostals, covers and cards (5), etc., varied condition. (108, 5 covers). The property of another vendor.
611 £65
Fiji: Postage Dues: 1918 1/2d. to 4d. set of five overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine and fresh with gum. S.G. D6s-D10s, cat. 150. Photo.
612 | £240
Gambia: A Q.V. to K.G.VI collection on leaves, incl. 1886-93 set with extra shades mint, 1898-1902 set mint, 1912-22 to 5s. mint, etc., varied condition. (139).
613 £180
Gibraltar: 1935 Silver Jubilee 2d. with flagstaff on right-hand turret variety, fine mint. S.G. 114d, cat. 250. Photo.
614 £160
Gibraltar: 1935 Silver Jubilee 3d. upper left corner vertical pair with [R. 2/1] short extra flagstaff variety, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 115b, cat. 300. Photo.
615 £170
Gibraltar: 1935 Silver Jubilee 1s. block of four, one showing short extra flagstaff variety, fine mint. S.G. 117b, cat. 486. Photo.
616 £2600
Gibraltar: 1950 New Constitution 6d. corner marginal plate block of four from the lower right of the sheet with each stamp showing variety overprint double, fine used with registered cancellations. Murray Payne certificate (2009). S.G. 142a, cat. 4,400+. Photo
617 £380
Gibraltar: 1968 Christmas 4d. variety gold (star) omitted, fine unmounted mint, very scarce. S.G. 231a, cat. 475, EC GR462MCa - 29 mint known, cat. 825. Photo.
618 £2700
Gibraltar: 2000 ''Wings of Prey'' 30p. miniature sheet, variety lower 30.p value imperforate on three sides, fine unmounted mint. Hamilton-Bowen certificate (2005). Photo.
619 £200
Gilbert and Ellice Islands: 1912-24 1 upper marginal with gutter margin at left, mounted in margin, stamp fine unmounted. S.G. 24, cat. 550+. Photo.
620 £150
Gilbert and Ellice Islands: 1912-24 1 purple and black on red mint, small mark on reverse of one perf. otherwise fine. S.G. 24, cat. 550. Photo.
621 | £250
Gilbert and Ellice Islands: A mint collection from 1911 to 1965 on leaves incl. 1911 to 1s., 1912-24 to 5s., 1922-27 10s., 1939-55 issue with printings and shades to 5s. (5), 1956-62 to 10s., etc., mainly fine. (118).
623 £190
Gold Coast: 1921-24 2 green and orange fine mint. S.G. 102, cat. 450. Photo.
624 | £500
Gold Coast: A mint collection on leaves, 1902 to 1954, incl. 1902 to 20s. (1s. without gum), 1907-13 shades to 5s. (less 2s.6d.), 1913-21 to 10s. (3), 20s., 1921-24 15s. dies I and II, 1928 to 5s., later sets to 10s., etc., mainly fine with some unmounted. (102).
625 | £120
Grenada: 1965 $1.50 surcharged ''2'' for fiscal and revenue purposes with variety surcharge inverted and double, unmounted mint corner block of six (3 x 2), some gum wrinkles, few black marks on gum, otherwise fine.
626 £480
Grenada: A mint collection from 1937 to 1966 on leaves with 1938-50 shades and perfs. incl. all 10s. printings with some duplicates (three slightly toned, perf. 12 unmounted), 1964-66 wmk. block CA 6c. (unmounted), etc., mainly fine. (90)
627 £400
Hong Kong: 1912-21 50c. set of the five listed shades plus two others, mint, the rare shade has part original gum, fair to fine. S.G. 111-111d. Photo.
629 £1000
Hong Kong: 1992-96 50c. with two phosphor bands, variety imperforate in a block of eight (2 x 4) with the upper two pairs completely imperf., the third pair partially so and the lower pair normal, the normal pair with a little gum disturbance but the imperf. pairs unmounted mint and fine. A rare variety. S.G. 703p var, EC HK1455IMa - 10 mint pairs known, cat. (mint pair) 750. Photo.
630 | £3000
Hong Kong: A Q.V. to Q.E.II mint and used collection in mixed condition on leaves incl. 1863-71 CC to 96c. bistre good used, 1891 50c. on 48c. mint, 1891 Jubilee 2c. used 1898 $1 on 96c. mint, 1898 without Chinese character 10c. on 30c. mint (2) and used, 10c. on 30c. with large Chinese character mint Post Offices in China 1917-21 MCA 1c. to $10 used, etc. (100's)
631 | £500
Hong Kong: A mint collection on leaves, 1935 to 1982, incl. 1935 Jubilee, 1938-52 shades, papers and perfs. incl. 30c. yellow-olive perf. 14 (2), $5 green and violet (3), $10 green and violet, $10 lilac and blue (2), 1954-62 to $10, 1962-73 to $20 (less 65c., $1), 1973-74 to $20, 1975-82 values to $20, 1982 to $50, etc., mainly fine with some unmounted. (135).
632 | £620
Hong Kong: Q.V .to Q.E.II mint and used collection in two boxed Lighthouse albums incl. 1903 CA to $3 used, 1921-37 Script to $2 mint, 1962-65 5c. to $20 unmounted mint, virtually complete unmounted mint run of later sets and miniature sheets to 2003, also booklets, etc. (many 100's)
633 | £500
Hong Kong: A mainly mint selection in a stockbook, incl. 1938-52 to $10 bright lilac and blue (3), etc., varied condition. (100's)
634 £250
India: 1854 1a. pair used on 1855 mourning envelope to Edinburgh, endorsed ''Overland via Southampton & Marseilles'', front with oval ''INDIA'' in red, various backstamps, small tear in flap otherwise fine. Photo.
636 | £600
India: A Q.V. to Q.E.II collection in mixed condition in an album incl. 1854-55 to 4a. (4, three cut square) used, 1866 ''POSTAGE'' overprint 6a. (3) used, range of later issues mint and used, Officials, etc. (100's)
637 | £80
India: Picture Postcards, an accumulation of 59, most franked with Q.V. or K.E.VII 1a., a few with stamps removed, also six Swiss cards, mixed condition.
638 | £700
Indian Feudatory States: Soruth: 1950 1a. on 3p. black and blackish green in a complete sheet of 40, with the variety ''P'' of ''POSTAGE'' omitted [R. 8/1], also the ''O'' of ''ONE'' partially omitted [R. 6/1], and other minor varieties mentioned in S.G., fine unmounted mint, a rare item. S.G. 61, a, cat. 2,000+.
639 £520
Ireland: 1925-28 wide date 2s.6d. to 10s. in mint blocks of four, the 2s.6d. and 5s. upper right corner marginal, the 10s.from the upper left corner, the 2s.6d. hinged on lower pair, otherwise fine unmounted. S.G. 86-88, cat. 1,100+. Photo.
640 £1200
Ireland: 1987 Christmas 21p., with variety gold omitted, fine unmounted mint from the left of the sheet. Only 14 examples recorded. Hamilton-Bowen certificate (2008). S.G. 681b. Photo.
642 £90
Jamaica: 1935 Silver Jubilee 6d. with short extra flagstaff variety, very fine mint. S.G. 116b, cat. 225. Photo.
643 £140
Jamaica: 1935 Silver Jubilee 1s. with short extra flagstaff variety, very fine mint. S.G. 117b, cat. 300. Photo.
644 £110
Jamaica: 1938-52 1/2d. orange, imperforate plate proof used on piece with normal 21/2d., contrived usage. Murray Payne certificate (2009). Photo.
645 | £150
Jamaica: A Q.V. selection of covers and cards, incl. postal stationery, etc., good to fine. (10 items)
646 £110
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1903-04 1/2a. imperf. plate proof in blue on watermarked gummed paper, fine. Photo.
647 £110
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1903-04 1/2a. imperf. plate proof in grey and red on watermarked gummed paper, fine. Photo.
648 £170
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1903-04 1/2a. to 20r. overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', a few small wrinkles otherwise fine with gum. (15). S.G. 1s-15s, cat. 455. Photo.
649 £110
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1903-04 50r. grey and red-brown overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', a little adhesion on reverse otherwise fine with gum. S.G. 16s, cat. 300. Photo.
650 £240
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1904-07 20r. grey and stone, short perf. at right otherwise fine mint (possibly unmounted). S.G. 32, cat 550. Photo.
651 £750
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1904-07 50r. grey and red-brown mint, a little light adhesion on reverse otherwise fine, well centred, very scarce. S.G. 33, cat 1,800. Photo.
653 £700
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1921-22 50r. carmine and green mint, lightly toned gum otherwise fine and fresh, good colour, very scarce. S.G. 75, cat 2,500. Photo.
654 £1050
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1935-37 1s. perf. 13 x 12, an upper right corner example showing sheet number ''527'', lightly hinged in margin only, stamp fine unmounted. S.G. 118a, cat. 1,300+. Photo.
655 £450
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1938-54 1s. mint block of six (3 x 2) with centre stamp at top showing variety mountain retouch, the variety lightly hinged. S.G. 145, ac, cat. 1,120. Photo.
656 £260
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: 1960-62 15c. imperf. proof in a lower right corner plate ''1'' block of eight, on watermarked paper with gum, manuscript ''PH.1'' in corner, some small adhesions on gum otherwise fine, with issued stamp in a corner block of ten. S.G. 185 var. Photo.
657 | £680
Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika: A mint collection on leaves, 1903 to 1974, incl. 1903-04 to 1r., 1904-07 shades to 10r., 1907-08 to 75c., 1921-22 to 5r., additional 3r., 1922-27 shades to 10s., 1938-54 with all perfs. and most shades to 1, 10c. black and green with mountain retouch in a block of four, 50c. perf. 13 x 113/4 rope not joined to sail in pair with normal (toned gum), 1954-59 to 1 (2), independent Kenya sets to 20s., etc., varied condition, many fine with some unmounted. (approx. 300).
658 £920
Kuwait: 1950-54 2r. on 2s.6d. left margin block of four and 10r. on 10s. right margin block of four, both with the scarce type II surcharge, each with guide dot in margin, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 90b, 92a, cat. 2,100+. Photo.
660 £210
Leeward Islands: 1921-32 Watermark Mult. Script CA 10s. green and red on green (2, one with HPF 53, another with broken inner frame line), 1 purple and black on red (2, one with HPF 53), fine mint. S.G. 79, 80. Photo.
661 | £70
Leeward Islands: 1921-32 10s. green and red on green, three mint singles showing HPF 40A, 51 and 60A/B, good to fine mint. S.G. 79.
662 £210
Leeward Islands: 1921-32 Watermark Mult. Crown CA 1 purple and black on red showing HPF 12 (break in scroll), fine unmounted mint from the right of the sheet with plate number. S.G. 80a, cat. 475+. Photo.
663 £190
Leeward Islands: 1938-51 Perf. 14 10s. bluish green and deep red on green mint (2, one unmounted from the upper right corner of the sheet) and used (2), fine. S.G. 113. Photo.
664 £60
Leeward Islands: 1938-51 Perf. 14 10s. green and red on green two mint examples (one unmounted), fine. S.G. 113b.
665 | £200
Leeward Islands: 1938-51 Perf. 14 10s. deep green and deep vermilion on green, one pair and five singles unmounted mint, two with HPF 2a or HPF 51, fine. S.G. 113c.
666 £180
Leeward Islands: 1938-51 Perf. 14 10s. deep green and deep vermilion on green in an unmounted mint block of four from the foot of the sheet [41-54], fine. S.G. 113c. Photo.
667 £170
Leeward Islands: 1938-51 Perf. 14 10s. deep green and deep vermilion on green in an unmounted mint block of four from top of sheet [6-19], fine. S.G. 113c. Photo.
668 £170
Leeward Islands: 1938-51 Perf. 14 10s. deep green and deep vermilion on green in an unmounted mint block of four from the foot of the sheet [39-52], fine. S.G. 113c. Photo.
669 | £100
Leeward Islands: 1938-51 Perf. 14 10s. deep green and deep vermilion on green, five mint examples, three showing HPF 12b, 28a or 47a, fine. S.G. 113c.
670 £170
Leeward Islands: 1938-51 Perf. 14 1 brown-purple and black on red, fine unmounted mint from the right of the sheet. S.G. 114, cat. 325. Photo.
671 | £150
Leeward Islands: 1938-51 Perf. 14 1 purple and black on carmine, nine singles and one pair, six showing HPF 1a, 22b, 34, 36ii, 47a or 49a, four being unmounted, fine. S.G. 114a.
672 | £130
Leeward Islands: 1938-51 Perf. 14 1 brown-purple and black on salmon, in an unmounted mint block (2 x 5) from the right of the sheet, showing HPF 12 and HPF 47, fine. S.G. 114b.
673 | £140
Leeward Islands: 1938-51 Perf. 14 1 brown-purple and black on salmon, eight singles (3 used), with HPF 12b (2), 47a, 52a, b (2), also block of four [9-22], eight being unmounted, fine. S.G. 114b.
674 | £300
Leeward Islands: 1938-51 Perf. 13 1 violet and black on scarlet, three blocks of four, two pairs, nine singles all except three are unmounted (2 are used), showing HPF 3, 12b (4), 24c, d, 41, 47a, 48 (3), 49a, 52a, 54, 56, mainly fine. S.G. 114c.
675 | £260
Leeward Islands: A mint collection from 1890 to 1951 on leaves incl. 1890 to 5s., 1902 to 5s., 1905-08 to 1s., 1/2d. and 3d. chalky papers, 1907-11 to 5s., 1912-22 shades to 5s. (3), etc., mainly fine. (85).
678 | £2900
Malayan States: A Q.V. to Q.E.II mint and used collection in varied condition in two Utile albums incl. Straits Settlements 1883-9 CA to 96c. mint and used, 1936-37 Script set mint, F.M.S. 1900-01 to $1 mint, 1922-34 Script to $1 mint, Johore 1904-10 to $10 used, 1918-20 MCA to $5 mint, $10 fiscally used, 1949-55 1c. to $5 set both mint and used, Kedah 1919 surcharges mint, 1921-32 Script 1c. to $5 used, 1937 Script 10c. to $5 and 1950-55 1c. to $5 sets both mint and used, Kelantan 1911-15 MCA to $25 used, 1922 Exhibition optd. set mint, 1937-40 1c. to $5 set mint, 1951-55 set both mint and used, Malacca, Negri Sembilan, Pahang, Perak 1935-37 1c. to $5 set both mint and used, Trengganu, Singapore both KGVI sets mint, 1948-49 Silver Wedding sets both mint and used, etc. (100's)
683 | £75
Malaysia: Federated Malay States: 1904-22 5c. green and carmine on yellow in an unmounted mint half sheet (10 x 6) showing two plate numbers ''3'', some stain spotting, otherwise fine. S.G. 39, cat. 720 as singles.
684 £180
Malaysia: 1965 Birds 25c. to $10 (less $5) in imperf. proof pairs each missing black, some with patchy toning on gum otherwise fine. S.G. 20-25, 27 var. Photo.
685 £190
Malaysia: 1965 Birds 50c. and $2 each variety imperforate in horizontal pairs, fine unmounted mint, with normals. S.G. 22b, 25a, cat. 400. Photo.
687 | £420
Malayan States: A selection of the 1965 Flowers definitives with missing colours comprising Johore 5c. yellow omitted, Malacca 5c. red omitted in a progressive strip of three with a second stamp showing partial omission, Perak 5c. yellow omitted, 20c. bright purple omitted with normals in a strip (folded) of seven, Sarawak 1c. grey omitted, Selangor 2c. yellow omitted and 10c. red omitted (with normal), fine unmounted mint, also Singapore 1997 (22c.) self-adhesive variety bronze (country name and logo) omitted (S.G. 884var) used on piece. (8 items).
689 £450
Malayan States: Johore: 1965 Flowers 15c. variety green (face value and leaves) omitted, the right-hand marginal stamp in a strip of five with the others normal, fine unmounted mint, very scarce. S.G. 171b, cat. 600, EC MJ342MCa. Photo.
690 | £350
Malayan States: Johore: A selection of covers and cards from 1899 to 1940 in varied condition incl. 1923 (July 18) envelope registered to Singapore, with 1918-20 3c. (3) and 5c. on revese cancelled by 1924 Wembley Exhibition cachet, Official mail, cancellations, etc., also Perak 1900 1c. on 2c. dull purple and brown (S.G. 81) in a part original gum pane (12 x 10), two showing variety antique ''e'' on ''One'' [R. 5/2] and antique ''e'' in ''Cent'', folded and some faults. (27 items)
691 £250
Malayan States: Kedah: 1922 Malaya-Borneo Exhibition 25c. blue and purple, with variety overprint inverted mint, horizontal crease, otherwise fine, S.G. 43a, cat. 1,500. Photo.
692 | £290
Malayan States: Kedah: 1937 25c. ultramarine and purple, $5 black and scarlet (2), in unmounted mint sheets (6 x 10), some pink backing paper adhering to reverse, some split perfs., otherwise fine. S.G. 62, 68, cat. 4,410 as singles.
693 | £160
Malayan States: Kedah: 1937 25c. ultramarine and purple, $5 black and scarlet, both in unmounted mint sheets (6 x 10). some traces of pink backing paper, otherwise fine. S.G. 62, 68, cat. 2,490 as singles.
694 | £170
Malayan States: Kedah: 1937 25c. ultramarine and purple, $5 black and scarlet, both in unmounted mint sheets (6 x 10). some traces of pink backing paper, otherwise fine. S.G. 62, 68, cat. 2,490 as singles.
695 | £160
Malayan States: Kedah: 1937 25c. ultramarine and purple, $5 black and scarlet, both in unmounted mint sheets (6 x 10). some traces of pink backing paper, otherwise fine. S.G. 62, 68, cat. 2,490 as singles.
696 £220
Malayan States: Kedah: 1937 $5 black and scarlet, two unmounted mint sheets (6 x 10), some traces of pink backing paper, otherwise fine. S.G. 68, cat. 3,840 as singles.
697 | £190
Malayan States: Kedah: 1937 $5 black and scarlet, in unmounted mint sheet (6 x 10), some traces of pink backing paper, otherwise fine. S.G. 68, cat. 1,920 as singles.
698 £480
Malayan States: Kedah: 1965 Flowers 10c. variety red omitted, fine unmounted mint, very scarce. S.G. 119a, cat. 600, EC MK238MCa. Photo.
699 £3500
Malayan States: Pahang: Revenues: 1920 $25 purple and blue on blue, in a fresh unmounted mint complete sheet, one affected by worm hole, many split perfs, otherwise fine and believed to be the only sheet known. Tan R2. Photo.
700 £1050
Malayan States: Pahang: Revenues: 1920 $25 purple and blue on blue, fresh unmounted mint block of four from the lower right corner of the sheet, some split perfs and minor gum creases, otherwise fine. Tan R2. Photo.
701 £800
Malayan States: Pahang: Revenues: 1920 $25 purple and blue on blue, fresh unmounted mint block of four from the lower left corner of the sheet, some split perfs and minor staining, otherwise fine. Tan R2. Photo.
702 £650
Malayan States: Penang: 1965-68 Flowers 5c. variety blue (background and inscription) omitted, the right-hand stamp in a progressive strip of five (folded between first and second stamps) with two others showing partial omission, fine unmounted mint, very scarce. S.G. 68d, cat. 450+, EC MG136MCc - circa 20 known. Photo.
703 £230
Malayan States: Penang: 1965-68 Flowers 15c. variety green (value and leaves) omitted, small area of disturbed gum at foot otherwise fine unmounted mint, very scarce. S.G. 71b, cat 550, EC MG142MCa - circa 28 known. Photo.
704 £230
Malayan States: Selangor: 1965 Flowers 5c. variety red (leaves, etc.) omitted, small gum bend otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. 138c, cat. 325, EC MS276MCb - circa 120 known. Photo.
705 £1650
Malayan States: Selangor: Revenues: 1922 $100 grey-black and scarlet, a fine and fresh unmounted mint vertical strip of five from the top of the sheet, a rare multiple. Tan. R30. Photo.
706 | £170
Malaysia: Japanese Occupation: 1942 (May) overprinted on Negri Sembilan 25c. (less one), Pahang 12c. (2), 25c. (less one), 30c. (2), Perak 8c. (less one), 15c. (2), 50c. (less one), Selangor 40c.(2) in complete mint sheets, varied condition.
707 | £170
Malaysia: Japanese Occupation: 1942 (May) overprinted on Pahang 12c. (2, less one stamp), 30c. (2, less one stamp), Perak 8c. (less one), 15c. (2), 50c. (less one), Selangor 40c. (2) in complete mint sheets, varied condition.
715 | £260
Malta: Great Britain Used In Malta: A selection on leaves incl. 1855 and 1857 1d's cancelled ''M'' (S.G. Z11, Z12), remainder with ''A25'' cancels or Malta c.d.s.'s incl. 1862 3d., 1865 3d. pair, 1876 4d. vermilion, 1877 4d. sage-green plates 15 and 16, 1872-73 6d. buff plate 12, 1867 10d., 1856 1s., 1862 1s., 1867 2s. blue, etc., mixed condition. (41)
716 | £55
Malta: 1914-21 2s. purple and bright blue on blue (2), one showing HPF 55A/B, other with HPF 60A from the lower right corner of the sheet with plate number, 1922 Self Government 5s. green and red on yellow with HPF 60 from the lower right corner of sheet with plate number, fine mint. S.G. 86, 113.
717 £250
Malta: 1919 Watermark Multiple Crown CA 10s. black overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' in red, light overall gum toning and a little adhesion otherwise fine. S.G. 96s, cat. 900. Photo.
718 £230
Malta: 1921-22 2s. with lines omitted from scroll variety, very fine mint. S.G. 103d, cat. 475. Photo.
719 £200
Malta: 1922 Self Government 5s. with broken crown and scroll variety, very fine mint. S.G. 113b, cat. 350. Photo.
721 £80
Malta: 1935 Silver Jubilee 21/2d. left margin vertical pair one with short extra flagstaff variety, very fine mint. S.G. 211b, cat. 180. Photo.
722 £110
Malta: 1935 Silver Jubilee 6d. with short extra flagstaff variety, very fine mint. S.G. 212b, cat. 300. Photo.
723 | £80
Malta: 1960 to 1973, a selection of missing colour errors comprising 1960 St. Paul's Shipwreck 11/2d. gold omitted (with normal), 1966 Christmas 1s.3d. gold omitted, 1972 3c. on 8d. gold (frame) omitted, and 1973-76 4m. gold omitted, 1966 Christmas 1s.3d. with fault on gum, 1972 3c. on 8d. mounted, others fine unmounted. S.G. 295a, 378a, 476b, 487a.
724 | £260
Malta: 1965-70 definitives, a selection of missing colour errors comprising 1d. white omitted, 2d. gold omitted, 3d., 4d. and 6d. each silver omitted, 6d. black omitted, 1s.3d. and 1s.6d. both gold (centre) omitted, 3s. gold (frame) omitted, 10s. gold (centre) omitted, and 1 pink omitted, three with light pencil notes on reverse otherwise fine unmounted mint. (11). S.G. 331b, 333a, 335b, 336a, 338a, b, 341a, 342b, 345a, 347a, 348a, cat. 686.
725 £420
Malta: 1965-70 10d. variety gold (''NAVAL ARSENAL'') omitted, two examples being the upper pair in a right of sheet plate block of 20 (2 x 10, folded), due to a downward shift of gold with the extreme right ''1A'' gold plate number missing at foot, fine unmounted mint, scarce. S.G. 339ca, cat. 600+, EC MA679MCa - circa 80 known. Photo.
726 | £1100
Malta: A mint or unused collection in a Plymouth album, 1860 to 1991, with 1/2d. buff issues in mixed condition mostly without gum incl. 1860-63 no wmk. blued paper (4), white paper (8), 1863-81 CC perf. 14 (23) with a wide range of shades, perf. 121/2 (3), 1882-84 CA blocks of four (2), 1885-90 to 1s. (2), 1886 5s., 1899-1901 10s., 1904-14 to 5s., 1922 Self Government CC 10s., MCA to 5s., Script 10s., 1922-26 to both 1, 1926, 1926-27, 1928 and 1930 sets to 10s., K.G.VI sets to 10s., 1956-58 to 1, etc., varied condition, mainly fine from 1885 with some unmounted. (approx. 390).
727 | £750
Malta: A mint Q.V. to K.G.VI selection, incl., 1899-1901 to 10s., 1904-14 5s. pair, 1914-21 to 5s., 1928 sets (2), 1926-27 sets (2), 1930 set, etc., varied condition. (few 100's)
728 | £190
Malta: 1914-22 selection of high values, incl. 1914-21 5s. mint, 1921-22 2s. mint with HPF 14, 1922 Self Government 5s. mint (2, one with HPF 14, other with broken ''O'' and ''E'' in overprint), watermark Script CA 2s. mint (2, one with broken Crown and scroll, other line omitted from scroll, small thin), etc. (7).
731 £95
Mauritius: 1935 Silver Jubilee 20c. with dot to left of chapel variety, very fine mint. S.G. 247g, cat. 250. Photo.
732 | £120
Mauritius: A Q.V. to Q.E.II collection on leaves, incl. 1863-72 to 5s. used, 1950 set mint, etc., varied condition. (few 100's).
733 £280
Montserrat: 1884-85 21/2d. ultramarine variety watermark inverted in an unmounted mint block of four, fine. S.G. 10w, cat. 480+. Photo.
734 | £400
Montserrat: A mint collection in a Plymouth album, 1876 to 1983, incl. 1876-83 1d. and 6d., 1884-85 21/2d. red-brown (no gum), also 4d. blue used, 1903 to 5s., 1904-08 to 5s., 1908-14 to 5s., 1914 5s., 1916-22 to 5s., 1922-29 to 5s., 1932 Anniversary set, 1951 to $4.80, etc., mainly fine with some unmounted. (230, 2 miniature sheets).
735 | £220
Morocco Agencies: 1772 (Sept. 1) entire from Algeria to Gibraltar, from a Captain Frazer, addressed to a Captain Raleigh, Civil Secretary to the Governor, carried by hand, endorsed on front ''By Hage Mahemed Ben Afiaril Ministery'', the contents being a recommendation of the Carrier.
736 £400
Morocco Agencies: 1778 (May 24) letter written by ''Chiappe (Venetian Consul) at Tangier, addressed to Mr. Raleigh, Civil Secretary to the Governor of Gibraltar, complaining that he had to use the mail bag rather than Courier Post for his letter, no postal markings. Stated to be the earliest recorded letter in private hands. Photo.
737 £400
Morocco Agencies: 1786 (Feb. 10) entire from Rabat, addressed to General Eliott, Governor of Gibraltar, inside is a copy letter ''Copy for enclosure by Orpho No 39'', (transcript included), rare early item. Photo.
738 £350
Morocco Agencies: 1791 (Mar. 19) letter in Arabic from the Emperor of Morocco to the Duke of Kent (Queen Victoria's father) whilst Governor of Gibraltar, sent with gifts, an early historic item with translation. Photo.
740 £500
Morocco Agencies: 1828 (Nov. 19) letter written by a British Officer David Hope during the Naval blockade of Tangiers, addressed to Edinburgh, bearing step-type ''SHIP LETTER/DEVONPORT'' in red, total charge of ''2/01/2'', entire has been disinfected, probably at Mahon. Photo.
741 £380
Morocco Agencies: 1867 (Dec. 9) envelope addressed to Cecil Smith H.B.M. Vice Consul Rabbat & Sallee, Morocco, Africa, from Torquay, franked by G.B. 1867-80 6d. plate 6 CE tied by Torquay/805'' duplex, also taxed incorrectly by large handstruck ''s1/-'' charge, deleted, only known strike of this mark. Addressed to non-subscriber would be 6d. charge, subscriber, carriage free. Also two other envelopes to the same addressee. Photo.
742 | £130
Morocco Agencies: A selection of Gibraltar used in Morocco, comprising 1894 5c. stationery card used from Tangier to Belgium with handstruck ''T'' mark, 1898 10c. stationery card with additional 5c. used from Mogador to Mazagan, also 1889-96 20c. and 40c. used with French P.O. in Saffi c.d.s's, also 1885 (Apr. 8) 1/2d. stationery card used to Tangier, good to fine.
745 | £160
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar used in Morocco: A selection of 1889-96 Spanish Currency used in Casablanca 10c., 25c. (2, one on piece), Fez 5c., 10c., 25c. pair, Laraiche 5c., 25c., Mazagan 5c., 25c., Mogador 5c., 10c., 25c. and the rare 1p. bistre and ultramarine, Rabat 120c., 25c., Saffi 5c., 10c., 25c. and Tetuan 5c. vertical pair, good to fine. (22).
746 | £160
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar used in Morocco: 1889-96 5c., 10c. block of four, 20c. olive-green and brown (2), 25c., 40c., 50c. on piece, 75c., 1pi. bistre (3, one is on piece), and 2p., cancelled in Tangier, good to fine. (15).
747 £210
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1898-1900 Local Overprint: 5c. to 2p. set with extra 1p., and 40c., 50c. with blue overprint, also 20c. and 25c. (unused) sent to the U.P.U. at Berne and diagonally overprinted ''Specimen'' by a receiving authority, mainly fine mint. S.G. 1-8. Photo.
748 £150
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1898-1900 Local Overprint: 5c. to 2p, set with extra 40c., 50c., 1p. with blue overprints, also 5c. in a mint block of eight, one with broken ''M'', 20c. with flat top to ''C'', 40c. with broken ''I'', mainly fine mint. S.G. 1-8. Photo.
750 £700
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1898-1900 Local Overprint: 5c. to 50c. in horizontal pairs, 5c., 20c., 25c., 40c. and 1p., one of each showing long tail to ''S'', mainly fine mint. Ex Hind. S.G. 1-7, cat. 1,771. Photo.
751 | £80
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1898-1900 Local Overprint: 5c. green (4) and 20c. olive-green (5, two used) all with variety ''V'' for ''A'', fair to fine. S.G. 1, a, 3, cb.
752 | £200
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1898-1900 Local Overprint: 10c. carmine, two complete left-hand panes of 60 (2), from 1st. and 2nd. settings, mainly unmounted, good to fine. S.G. 2.
754 £220
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1898-1900 Local Overprint: 10c. two singles, one with inverted ''V'' for ''A'', other with long tail to ''S'', also 10c. mint pair and singles (2, one used) showing split ''M'' from the type 3 overprint, good to fine mint. S.G. 2, c, d. Photo.
755 | £75
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1898-1900 Local Overprint: 10c. carmine 3rd. setting, mint and used selection, all with minor flaws, good to fine. (26).
756 £1850
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1898-1900 Local Overprint: 10c. carmine, horizontal strip of twelve with interval margin, right hand strip of six showing double overprint, other strip is normal, one in each strip showing split ''M'', all except one are unmounted, few minor imperfections, otherwise fine. Extremely rare as only two strips known, is a ''key'' piece which proves that the overprint is 60 set against 120 for all other printings. S.G. 2, ea, cat. 3,900+. Photo.
759 £580
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1898-1900 Local Overprint: 20c. olive-green in a mint pane (6 x 10), possibly the adjoining pane from which the double overprints originate, the top seventeen stamps show partial double overprints, also one with inverted ''V'' for ''A'' and one with long tail to ''s'', mainly fine mint, a most unusual multiple. S.G. 3c, cb, cc. Photo.
760 £450
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1898-1900 Local Overprint: 20c. olive-green and brown, in a mint part sheet (12 x 6) with one loose single, showing spectacular misplaced overprint, some staining and many split and separated perfs, nevertheless a scarce item. S.G. 3 var. Photo.
761 £95
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1898-1900 Local Overprint: 25c. ultramarine, used on registered front to England and re-addressed to Ireland, with unoverprinted Gibraltar 10c. pair, tied by ''REGISTERED/TANGIER''. Sent by Mr. Lyons, Tangier Postal Agent. Postal Agents were paid their wages (percentage of stamps sold) in stamps. Lyons would have sent his Post Office stock back in 1898, but here was using up his private stock, very unusual. Photo.
762 £160
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1898-1900 Local Overprint: 40c. orange-brown, in an unmounted mint block (4 x 4) from the top of the sheet with plate number ''2'' from setting 1, also a mint block (5 x 2) from setting II with overprint in blue, one showing ''!'' for ''I'' in ''CENTIMOS'', mainly fine. S.G. 5, c, cat. 596+. Photo.
765 £400
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1898-1900 Local Overprint: 1p. bistre and ultramarine in a mint block (6 x 7) from the upper right corner of the sheet, setting I, one showing inverted ''V'' for ''A'' [R. 6/12], mainly fine, most are unmounted. S.G. 7, a, cat. 1,029+. Photo.
766 | £130
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1898-1900 Local Overprint: 2p. black and carmine setting I plate block of six and plate pair, setting 2 two blocks of four, mint, also 1p. (setting I ) and 2p. (setting 2) used on piece, mainly fine. S.G. 8.
767 £400
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1898-1900 Local Overprint: A selection of the 2nd. setting, most showing distorted ''M'', incl. progressive wear of 40c. [R. 1/1] leading to ''Morocco'' virtually omitted, all 40c. and 1p. with blue overprints, varied condition. (23).
768 | £230
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1898-1900 Local Overprint: A residual collection on Count Exelman's pages, incl. flaws, small study of different cancellations found on each value, etc., varied condition. (147).
769 £380
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1899-1902 overprinted by De La Rue: 5c. imperforate plate proof in green on watermarked paper, affixed to paper, Ex D.L.R. archives, this is the only proof that De La Rue produced for Morocco. Photo.
770 £90
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1899-1902 overprinted by De La Rue: 5c. to 2p. set, all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' with gum, also normal set, mainly fine mint. S.G. 1-9. Photo.
771 £380
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1899-1902 overprinted by De La Rue: 5c. to 2p. set, all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' also additionally handstamped ''ULTRAMAR'' in blue by the Portuguese Post Office for their Colonies, fine without gum. Each one with R.P.S. certificate (1973). Photo.
772 £250
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1899-1902 overprinted by De La Rue: 5c., 10c., 20c., 25c., 50c., 2p. in pairs, also 1p. single, one of each showing broad top to ''M'', also same variety on 10c. used on postcard and 1p. overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine, rare. Photo.
773 £420
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1899-1902 overprinted by De La Rue: 5c. (unused), 10c., 20c., 25c. (2), 40c., 1p. in mint pairs, also 50c. in corner block of six, one of each showing hyphen between ''nc'' [R 7/3 of left hand pane], also 10c. with the same variety but overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', rare.
774 £150
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1899-1902 overprinted by De La Rue: 5c., 10c., 20c., 25c., 50c., used on 1899 (May 31st.) 20c. registered envelope, also has 1898-1900 40c. and 2p. (damaged), all tied by oval ''REGISTERED/TANGIER'' datestamp, also has original registration receipt, signed by S.Cohen, Tangier Postmaster. Photo.
775 | £210
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1899-1902 overprinted by De La Rue: 5c. and 10c. pair on 1900 (Nov.) envelope from Tetuan to England, 20c. and 25c. on 1900 (Mar.) envelope, registered from Rabat to England and 25c. on 1902 (Mar.) envelope from Tangier to Switzerland.
776 £380
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1899-1902 overprinted by De La Rue: 50c. bright lilac showing broad top to ''M'', also another but overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', unused block (3 x 3) one with hyphen between ''nc'' also single with variety overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', also unofficial bisect on small piece. Photo.
777 | £90
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1903-05 watermark CA: 5c. to 2p. set overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' also normal set, mainly fine. S.G. 17s-23s.
779 £170
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1903-05 watermark CA: 5c. to 2p. set overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', also handstamped ''ULTRAMAR'' by Portugal for their Colonies, without gum as usual, All with R.P.S. certificate (1973). S.G.. 17s-23s. Photo.
780 £220
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1903-05 watermark CA: 5c. and 25c. (2, only four can exist) showing hyphen between ''nc'', also 20c. (damaged), 50c. 1p. and 2p. showing broken foot of ''n'' in ''Agencies'', all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum, very scarce.
781 £450
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1903-05 watermark CA: 5c. and 10c. pairs, 25c. block (3 x 4) from the lower left corner of the sheet, also 1p. and 2p. both overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', with variety broad top to ''M'', [ left-hand pane R. 7/3], mainly fine. Photo.
782 £800
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1903-05 watermark CA: 5c., 10c., 20c., 25c., 50c., 1p. and 2p. all with variety ''CD'' sideways [Left-hand pane R. 1/5], also with ''CD'' sideways, 5c. overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', 20c. and 25c. used, mainly fine, a scarce group. Photo.
783 | £70
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1903-05 watermark CA: 10c. dull purple and red with variety broad top to ''M'', fine used on 1905 (Feb. 14th) p.p.c., also normal 10c. used on 1903 (Nov. 3rd) p.p.c. from Mazagan to England. S.G. 18b.
784 £110
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1903-05 watermark CA: 20c., 25c.., 50c., 1p. and 2p. in vertical pairs, all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. Photo.
785 £80
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1903-05 watermark CA: 25c. (2) and 50c. in mint blocks (2 x 3) from the upper right corners of the sheet, one 25c. with variety hyphen between ''nc'', other two blocks show the error corrected, fine.
787 | £120
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1905-06 watermark Mult.CA: 5c. to 2p. set, also 5c. , 10c. with ''CD'' sideways, 5c. and 10c. with broad top to ''M'', mainly fine used.
788 £800
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1905-06 watermark Mult CA: 5c. grey-green and green, in a complete mint sheet (12 x 10), one showing hyphen between ''nc'' (the scarcest variety in Morocco), one with broad top to ''M'' and another showing ''CD'' sideways, mainly fine and rare multiple. S.G. 24, a, b, c. cat. 2,576+ Photo.
789 £100
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1905-06 watermark Mult CA: 5c., 10c. (2) and 25c. used on double weight envelope from Tangier to U.S.A., tied by ''TANGIER/A26'' duplexes. Photo.
791 £180
Morocco Agencies: Gibraltar Issues Overprinted: 1905-06 watermark Mult CA: 10c. dull purple and red with inverted watermark in block (3 x 3) from the top of the sheet with plate number, block of four (one with broad top to ''M''), mint and used singles, fine. S.G. 25cw.
793 | £170
Morocco Agencies: British Currency: 1907-13 1/2d. to 2s.6d. (4), mint, a few blocks, mainly good to fine. (58).
794 | £230
Morocco Agencies: British Currency: 1907-13 1/2d. pale yellowish-green block of nine, complete horizontal strip of twelve from the foot of the sheet with ''F 7'' control (plate 33) one showing broken frame at base [R. 20/5], 1d. scarlet block of six with interval margin, pair from plate 42, block of four plate 39, single plate 49, also used single with misplaced overprint, 2d. pale grey-green and carmine-red block (32 x 3) from base of sheet, mainly fine mint.
795 £160
Morocco Agencies: British Currency: 1907-13 1/2d. to 1s., 2s.6d. (3, two are on pieces) and Somerset House 4d. (2), all used, fair to fine. (12).
796 | £70
Morocco Agencies: British Currency: 1907-13 4d. green and chocolate-brown, mint blocks of twenty-five (5 x 5), fifteen (5 x 3) and ten (5 x 2), also philatelic cover bearing ten examples used at Mazagan, mainly fine.
797 £80
Morocco Agencies: British Currency: 1907-13 4d. orange-red, in a mint block (6 x 4) from the lower left corner of the sheet (showing fine 1/2 cut under first stamp, most are unmounted, fine. S.G. 35a.
798 £210
Morocco Agencies: British Currency: 1907-13 6d. pale dull purple and 1s. dull green and carmine, both in mint vertical strips of five from the lower left corners of the sheet, the 6d. (has some split perfs) is from plate 1 (with cut under ''P'') and 1s. Head plate 1a, frame plate 1a, very rare multiples, possibly only examples known. S.G. 36, 37. Photo.
799 £70
Morocco Agencies: British Currency: 1907-13 1s. and 2s.6d. also Spanish Currency 40c. on 4d. green and chocolate-brown, 12p. on 10s. all overprinted horseshoe type ''SPECIMEN'' (Samuel type GB17), fine with gum. S.G. 37s, 38s, 117s, 123s.
800 £130
Morocco Agencies: British Currency: 1907-13 Somerset House 2s. 6d. dull greyish-purple, in a fine mint pair from the lower right corner of the sheet, showing date cuts, scarce. S.G. 41. Photo.
801 | £80
Morocco Agencies: British Currency: 1914-31 2d. with variety overprint double, one albino in a mint block of four, Spanish Currency 1914-26 20c. on 2d. with surcharge double, one albino, another with part of the surcharge and overprint missing, also French Currency 1917-24 1f. on 10d. overprint double, one albino, good to fine mint.
802 | £210
Morocco Agencies: British Currency: 1914-31 1s., Waterlow 2s.6d. (2, one with Gabon cancellation), Bradbury 2s.6d. with overprint double, one albino and 5s. all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum.
803 | £60
Morocco Agencies: British Currency: 1914-31 1s. bistre-brown with overprint triple, two albino,both stained, also single overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', G.B. type 23 and mint block (2 x 3), four show overprint offset on four. S.G. 49.
804 £400
Morocco Agencies: British Currency: 1914-31 Waterlow 2s.6d. five mint singles, one showing major re-entry, two with overprint double, one albino and two normals, good to fine mint. Photo.
805 | £230
Morocco Agencies: British Currency: 1914-31 De La Rue 2s.6d. yellow-brown mint (5, one with ''MOROCOO''), used (6), seal brown mint (5, incl. marginal pair), good to fine. S.G. 51.
806 | £160
Morocco Agencies: British Currency: 1914-31 Bradbury 2s.6d. (3) and 5s. mint (pair and three singles), good to fine. S.G. 53, 54.
808 £130
Morocco Agencies: British Currency: 1925-36 1s., 1935-37 1s. strip of three and single, 2s.6d., all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', mainly fine with gum. S.G. 61s, 72s, 73s. Photo.
810 £260
Morocco Agencies: British Currency: 1935-37 1d. scarlet and 11/2d. red-brown in horizontal marginal pairs, overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' G.B. type 32, fine with gum, rare. B.P.A. certificates (1984). Photo.
811 | £220
Morocco Agencies: British Currency: 1951 2s.6d. yellow-green, 5s. red in complete sheets (4 x 10), unmounted mint, mainly fine. S.G. 99, 100, cat. 1,040.
812 £820
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1907-12 De La Rue 5c. on 1/2d. to 6p. on 5s. set (less 40c. on 4d. green and chocolate-brown), the 1p. on 10d. is in a strip of three and 3p. on 2s.6d. is a pair, all handstamped ''Specimen'' by a receiving authority, probably Rhodesia (Samuel type R4), extremely rare, possibly unique. 1p. on 10d. strip has R.P.S. certificate (1973). Photo.
813 | £190
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1907-12 a mint selection on leaves, incl. shades and blocks, values to 12p. on 10s. (3), etc., good to fine. (109).
814 | £160
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1907-12 De La Rue 5c. on 1/2d. pale yellowish-green, mint blocks of 5 x 10, 3 x 2 (7, one with ''J 10'' control, two with interval margins), also a pair, mainly fine mint. S.G. 112.
815 £260
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1907-12 De La Rue 5c. on 1/2d. to 12p. on 10s. with additional 3p. on 2s.6d. (3), 6p. on 5s. (2), Harrison 25c. on 21/2d. and Somerset House 12p. on 10s. mainly fine used.
816 £180
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1907-12 De La Rue 15c. on 11/2d. (3) used of O.H.M.S. mourning envelope, registered to Paris, tied by ''REGISTERED/BRITISH P.O. TANGIER'' datestamp, has three wax Post Office seals as illustrated in Stotter's book. Photo.
817 | £210
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1907-12 De La Rue 20c. on 2d., a mint and used selection, incl. ''Rhombus'' early state mint and used, flaws, also some other values, etc., fair to fine. (142).
818 | £120
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1907-12 De La Rue 25c. on 21/2d. pale ultramarine in a complete half pane (12 x 10), blocks (4 x 5 and 3 x 2), also vertical strip of four, all marginal, mainly fine. S.G. 116a.
819 | £55
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1907-12 De La Rue 40c. on on 4d. green and chocolate-brown, mint block (5 x 5), strip of six, one with frame break, single showing cracked plate, 40c. on 4d. orange-red blocks of 26 and 18, mainly fine mint. S.G. 117, 118a.
821 £80
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1907-12 Harrison 25c. on 21/2d. vertical pair on 1913 (May 15th) O.H.M.S. (British Post Office) envelope, registered to England, tied by oval ''REGISTERED/BRITISH P.O. TANGIER'' datestamp with ''BY SEA'' handstamp in violet. Photo.
825 £320
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1914-26 Waterlow 6p. on 5s. rose-carmine, 12p. on 10s. indigo-blue (2, one without gum), all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', also 6p. on 5s. and 12p. on 10s. overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' and cancelled in Gabon, rare. Photo.
826 £260
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1914-26 Waterlow 6p. on 5s. rose-carmine with surcharge double one albino (one overprinted ''SPECIMEN''), another with overprint treble, two albino, another with printers paper repair and three shades, mint, fair to fine. Photo.
827 £55
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1914-26 Waterlow 12p. on 10s. indigo-blue, one mint and two used examples (Tangier and Tetuan), fine. S.G. 138, cat. 440. Photo.
828 £350
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1914-26 Waterlow 12p. on 10s. indigo-blue, variety overprint double, one albino, in a fine mint block of four, lower pair unmounted. S.G. 138a, cat. 900. Photo.
829 £480
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1914-26 De La Rue 3p. on 2s.6d. grey-brown, 3p. on 2s.6d. yellow-brown (mint (2, one with ''8'' for ''3''), used, 12p. on 10s. blue mint (2), used (2, one on registered O.H.M.S. cover, good to fine. Photo.
830 £250
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1914-26 De La Rue 12p. on 10s. blue, in a mint block of four from the lower left corner of the sheet, the corner stamp showing a distinct double impression, toned, otherwise fine and unusual. S.G. 141var. Photo.
831 | £80
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1914-26 Bradbury 3p. on 2s.6d., four singles (plate 1 state 2) and block of four (plate 5/7), good to fine mint. S.G. 142.
833 £190
Morocco Agencies: Spanish Currency: 1925-31 25c. on 21/2d. blue with inverted watermark in an unmounted mint block of six from the foot of the sheet and a single, also British Currency 1925-36 1/d. and French Currency 1925-34 50c. on 5d. both with inverted watermarks, fine mint.
834 £260
Morocco Agencies: French Currency: 1924-32 3f. on 2s.6d. in a complete mint sheet, plate 5/7, showing re-entries, perf separations, otherwise mainly fine. S.G. 200.
835 £260
Morocco Agencies: French Currency: 1924-32 3f. on 2s.6d. in a sheet (less two), from plate 8, showing re-entries, mainly fine. S.G. 200.
836 £260
Morocco Agencies: French Currency: 1924-32 3f. on 2s.6d. in a mint block (4 x 2) from the top of the sheet, one showing re-entry [R. 1/3], also a mint single and a single on 1927 registered cover (some stains) showing re-entry [R. 10/2], mainly fine. S.G. 200.
837 | £85
Morocco Agencies: French Currency: 1924-32 3f. on 2s.6d. mint (12), used (6), 6f. on 5s. mint (4), used (2), also 3f. on 2s..6d. and 6f. on 5s. overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', good to fine. S.G. 200, 201.
838 £120
Morocco Agencies: French Currency: 1935-37 1f.50 on 1s. bistre-brown, two horizontal pairs overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', one with ''Z/36/5'' control, fine with gum. S.G. 224s. Photo.
839 | £600
Morocco Agencies: French Currency: 1935-36 re-engraved 3f. on 2s.6d. two complete mint sheets, two blocks of four, four singles (two used), 6f. on 5s. complete sheet, mint and used singles and single used on 1936 registered cover, mainly fine.
840 £1000
Morocco Agencies: Tangier: 1927 1/2d. green vertical strip of three and single, all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' G.B. type 23 essay of the overprint by Waterlow. Four types of overprint on a square block of sixteen. Of the original four strips, all have the top stamp separated from the other three stamps. One strip is damaged, another has lost the single, an extremely rare item. Photo.
843 | £100
Morocco Agencies: Tangier: 1948 Olympic Games 6d. vertical pair from the foot of the sheet, showing ''H'' initial in jubilee line, also half pane showing ''H.L.P.'' retouched, fine. S.G. 259 var.
844 | £85
Morocco Agencies: Tangier: 1953 Coronation 21/2d. three blocks of four or six, one of each with varieties ''C'' for ''G'', ''F'' for ''E'' (2), unmounted mint, probably printer's waste.
845 | £110
Morocco Agencies: Tangier: 1957 Centenary 2s.6d. in a complete unmounted mint sheet (4 x 10) from plate 3B, one with hyphen inserted, few small tone spots, otherwise fine. S.G. 340, b.
846 | £110
Morocco Agencies: Tangier: 1957 Centenary 2s.6d., 5s. and 10s. in unmounted mint blocks of four from the lower left corners of the sheet, one of each with variety hyphen omitted, also mint pairs, one of each with short ''7''.
849 £190
Morocco Agencies: Postal Stationery: 1898 Gibraltar Overprinted 5c. green postcard endorsed ''Appd. 4/10/98'' and ''R78//98'' with initials, stated to be the only ''approved'' proof known, also one overprinted ''SPECIMEN''. Photo.
852 £500
Morocco Agencies: Postal Stationery: 1902 5c., 10c. and 20c. proofs of the overprints for registered envelopes, wrappers and postcards, printed on art paper (121 x 49mm) endorsed ''Blocks with Officer 16th Oct 1902'', a few faults but a marvellous, unique item, also 1903 (Aug. 11th) wrapper. Photo.
853 £170
Morocco Agencies: Postal Stationery: 1911 (July 10) 10c. on 1d. stationery card to Paris, cancelled by ''BRITISH POST OFFICE/MEQUINEZ'' c.d.s., scarce. Photo.
854 £160
Morocco Agencies: Postal Stationery: 1920 5 centimes. on 1/2d. green postcard, used from Rabat to Holland, rare. Photo.
855 £200
Morocco Agencies: Postal Stationery: K.G.VI registered envelopes, 51/2d. size F, 61/2d. size G and 81/2d. size G, fine unused, scarce. Photo.
856 | £500
Morocco Agencies: Postal Stationery: K.G.VI registered envelopes 51/2d. size F, 61/2d. size G, 81/2d. size H (2), all commercially used.
857 | £200
Morocco Agencies: Postal Stationery: Q.E.II registered envelopes 81/2d. size G (2) and H, fine unused.
858 £800
Morocco Agencies: Locals: Mazagan-Marakech: 1892 envelope to Tanger, bearing 25c. red local stamp cancelled by ''J.BRUDO'' c.d.s. and used in combination with Gibraltar 10c. tied by ''MAZAGAN-MOROCCO/A26'' duplex, fine and rare. Photo.
861 £80
Morocco Agencies: Locals: Mazagan-Marakech: 1901 (Apr. 17) envelope with 10c. black and blue local stamp tied by ''MARAKECH'' c.d.s. These stamps were allowed to be used within the twelve month period after the sale of the Brudo line to the French P.O. Photo.
862 £110
Morocco Agencies: Locals: Mazagan-Marakech: 1902 envelope to Switzerland, with 10c. red local stamp tied by ''MOGADOR'' c.d.s. , scarce. Photo.
864 £550
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: 1891 (Feb. 17) stampless envelope from Gibraltar to Tangier, bearing ''GIBRALTAR/C/OFFICIAL/PAID'' c.d.s. in red, also ''TANGIER'' c.d.s. alongside. Official Paid handstamp, only used from the 13th. to the 21st February due to temporary shortage of 5c. and 10c. stamps, very rare. Photo.
867 | £140
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: 1907 to 1910 six registered envelopes, all franked by K.E.VII values, three to U.S.A. three to France, 1910 (Apr. 10) envelope franked by British Currency 1d., 4d. green and chocolate-brown, 6d., good to fine.
868 | £160
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: 1907 to 1911, two covers and three postcards, all franked with K.E.VII values, incl. 1907 (Oct. 11) p.p.c. bearing 10c. on 1d., tied by ''BRITISH POST OFFICE/TANGIER'' c.d.s. with ''TOO LATE'' alongside, three ''contrived'' items with French cancellations, Telegraph, good to fine.
869 £150
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: 1933 (May 24) registered flown envelope from the 2nd. South American Zeppelin flight, bearing red and green cachets. Photo.
870 £120
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Fez: 1907 (Feb. 24) Q.V. 5c. stationery card used from Fez to Tangier, used in the period of two months where Morocco (Gibraltar period) stamps could be used as G.B. overprinted stamps were introduced, also K.E.VII 5c. and 25c. used in the same period. Photo.
871 £200
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Fez: Parcel Post: 1927 label for a leather cushion, sent from Fez, franked by British Currency 1914-31 3d., 6d. and 1925-36 1s., some faults, scarce. Photo.
873 £130
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Maquinez: 1911 (Oct. 26) postcard, franked by 1907-12 5c. on 1/2d. pale yellowish-green, tied by rare ''BRITISH POST OFFICE/MEQUINEZ'' c.d.s., probably cancelled by favour for a French soldier. Photo.
874 £380
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Marrakesh: 1912 (Nov. 8) envelope from Marrakesh (Mellah, the Jewish Quarter) to England, franked by Spanish Currency 1917-12 5c. on 1/2d. (2), tied by ''BRITISH POST OFFICE/MARAKESH (MELLAH)'' c.d.s. Photo.
876 £100
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Mazagan: 1907 (July 22) 5c. on 1/2d. stationery card to Switzerland and 1907 envelope to France franked by 5c. on 1/2d. (5), all with ''MAZAGAN'' c.d.s.'s. Photo.
877 £90
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Mogador: 1886 (Jan. 1) 1/2d. strip of three, cancelled by Spanish Post Office in Mogador (Feb. 3 1888) prior to Agency postmark. Photo.
878 £210
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Mogador: 1887 (Mar. 9) Gibraltar 1d. stationery card used from Mogador to Germany, impressed stamp cancelled by ''GIBRALTAR/A26'' duplex, with double circle ''WEIS & MAUR MOGADOR'' and straight line ''PER MEQUINEZ'' both in blue, rare. Photo.
879 £90
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Mogador: 1898 (May 30, last day of use of Gibraltar stamps in Morocco) philatelic envelope registered to Tangier, franked by 1889-96 eight values to 2p., tied by oval ''REGISTERED/MOGADOR'' datestamp, few minor tone spots, otherwise fine. Photo.
880 £170
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Rabat: 1868 (Jan. 22) envelope from Gibraltar to the British Vice Consul, Rabat, franked by G.B. 1865-73 4d. plate 9 MC (creases) with ''A26'' with Gibraltar c.d.s. alongside. Photo.
881 £350
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Saffi: 1898 (July 29) 10c. stationery postcard, unusually addressed to Foochow, China, cancelled by ''SAFFI MOROCCO/A26'' duplex, with Tangier and Hong Kong transit marks with large bilingual ''FOOCHOW'' receiving mark, interesting item. Photo.
882 £200
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Tangier: 1884 (Feb. 11) cover from Tangier to France, franked by G.B. 21/2d. blue plate 22 SB, tied by ''GIBRALTAR/A26'' duplex, on reverse has Madrid transit mark. There was no Moroccan postmark available until 1885 (Dec. 31). Photo.
884 £80
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Tangier: 1887 and 1890 Gibraltar 1d. stationery cards, first with ''GIBRALTAR/A26'' duplex and with large oval ''CONTINENTAL HOTEL/TANGIER MOROCCO'' in violet, other by ''TANGIER/A26'' duplex.
885 | £80
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Tangier: 1890-97 Gibraltar postal stationery used in Tangier, selection comprising 10c. postcards (4) and Newspaper wrappers 5c., 10c. (3), good to fine.
886 | £230
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Tangier: 1893-94 correspondence between Mr. Herbert White, Consul at Tangier, Miss Creswell, Gibraltar Postmistress, and Mr. Cavendish Boyle of the Gibraltar Treasury, on the building of the new Post Office at Tangier, a fascinating historical group. (8 items).
887 | £210
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Tangier: 1894 (Apr. 20) 20c. registered envelope, franked by 1889-96 25c., 1895 (Jan. 23) mourning envelope to England, franked 1889-96 25c. (3), 1897 (July 20) envelope to England, franked by 1889-96 5c. and 10c. pair,1898 (Feb. 28) wrapper to New York, franked by 1889-96 5c., good to fine.
888 £100
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Tangier: 1894 (May 3) envelope from U.S. Consulate General to his opposite number in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, franked by 1889-96 50c. purple, tied by oily ''TANGIER/A26'' duplex. Photo.
889 £270
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Tangier: 1894 (Aug. 3) envelope, registered to Germany, franked by 1889 (Aug. 1) 25c. on 2d. brown-purple (2, one showing short ''I''), rare. S.G. 17, ab. Photo.
890 £90
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Tangier: 1895 (Feb. 3) 11/2d. stationery card registered to Germany, additionally franked Gibraltar 1889-96 5c. green (4), card and one 5c. tied by oval ''REGISTERED TANGIER/A26'', others with just ''A26'', scarce. Photo.
891 £350
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Tangier: 1896 (July 21) part newspaper wrapper to Biarritz, franked by bisected 1889-96 10c., tied by ''TANGIER/A26''. Bisecting of Gibraltar stamps was never authorised by the Postmistress of Gibraltar. It is popularly supposed that a temporary shortage of 5c. stamps in Tangier in mid July 1896 forced the Tangier Agency to issue bisects. Photo.
893 £680
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Tangier: Parcel Post: 1912 to 1918, four parcel post labels, all from Tangier, incl. 1914 ((Mar. 26) franked by British Currency 1907-13 6d. and Somerset House 2s.6d., and label with indecipherable date bearing British Currency 1914-31 3d., 1s. pair and 2s.6d., etc., fair to fine, extremely rare. Photo.
894 £750
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Tangier: Postal Orders: 1957 K.G. VI G.B. overprinted for use in Morocco, 6d., 1s., 1s.6d. and 2s., each with counterfoil and ''BRITISH POST OFFICE/TANGIER/12 AP/57'' c.d.s's, which is nineteen days before the British Post Office closed in Morocco, extremely rare. Photo.
895 £110
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Tetuan: 1898 (Feb. 24) Gibraltar 10c. stationery card, addressed to Belgium cancelled by ''TETUAN MOROCCO/A26'' duplex, few faults. Photo.
896 £150
Morocco Agencies: Cancellations and Covers: Tetuan: 1938 (Aug. 30) envelope, registered from Tetuan to Fez, franked by Spanish Currency 1935-37 1p. on 10d., tied by oval ''REGISTERED/BRITISH POST OFFICE. TETUAN'' with oval framed ''A R''. Due to closure of Fez Post Office the letter had to go into the French post, most unusual. Photo.
898 | £150
New Hebrides: A small mint collection of English issues on leaves, 1908 to 1972, incl. 1908 optd. CA 1/2d. (2), 1s., 1911 to 5s., 1925 1s. (1.25fr.) imperf. ungummed colour trial in dull blue, later sets to 5f., a few duplicates, etc., mainly fine. (93).
899 £1000
New Zealand: 1878 perf. 12 x 111/2 6d. blue in a mint upper right corner block of four showing plate number''1'', light gum creases otherwise fine, rare. S.G. 183, CP C5c[4], cat. NZ$3,000. Photo.
900 £650
New Zealand: A selection of mint blocks of four from 1898 to 1906 comprising 1898 perf. 12 to 16 1s. vermilion, 1899-1903 perf. 11 6d. deep green (marginal), 6d. rose-red, two stamps showing part of sheet wmk., 1902-09 perf. 14 3d. bistre, perf. 11 6d. rose, mainly lightly hinged with some unmounted, scarce in multiples. S.G. 257, 264, 265, cd, 312, 321. Photo.
901 £350
New Zealand: 1899-1903 6d. pale rose in a block of ten (5 x 2) showing almost complete inverted ''LISBON/(S)UPERFINE'' watermark, hinged on upper stamps only, fine. S.G. 265cd, cat. 938++, CP E14d(Z).
902 £140
New Zealand: 1902-09 perf. 11 2s., variety watermark inverted, mint, fine. S.G. 316w, cat. 350. Photo.
904 £80
New Zealand: 1906 printed from Royle plates perf. 14 1d. bright rose-carmine in a lower marginal arrow block of four with Royle trial plate number ''R1'', fine mint. S.G. 356, CP G10a.
910 £150
New Zealand: 1909-16 perf. 14 x 131/2 6d. in a top left corner block of four, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 403, cat. 300+, CP H6C(1), cat. NZ$1,500.
911 £110
New Zealand: 1913 Auckland Exhibition 1/2d. to 6d. set mint, fine. S.G. 412-415, cat. 300. Photo.
912 | £380
New Zealand: 1915-33 unmounted mint selection of local plate printings with shades identified by Campbell Paterson numbers, officials, varieties, etc., mainly fine. (118). CP cat. NZ$4,347.
915 £820
New Zealand: 1915-30 1s., two upper left corner blocks of four showing plate numbers ''26'' and ''27'', the latter lightly hinged in margin only, otherwise fine unmounted mint. S.G. 430, CP K12a[4], cat. NZ$3,000. Photo.
921 | £150
New Zealand: An unmounted mint selection of 1938-44 and 1947-52 K.G.VI head types with varieties incl. inverted wmks., officials, etc., mainly fine. (119). CP cat. NZ$2,100.
922 £250
New Zealand: 1948 Health imperforate proofs in issued colours affixed to Bradbury Wilkinson & Co presentation card with manuscript ''Approved'' and dated ''11.5.48''. Photo
924 £280
New Zealand: 1960-66 4d. on chalk-surfaced paper fine unmounted mint, a rare printing identifiable by the smoother whiter paper, clearer less grainy image, and brighter colours, very few survive mint, also 6d. variety no wmk. unmounted mint. S.G. 786d, 788a, cat. 730. Photo.
925 £450
New Zealand: 1960-66 2s.6d. variety yellow omitted, fine used. S.G. 797a, cat. 350, EC NZ1594MCa. Photo.
926 | £170
New Zealand: 1967 to 1976 selection of plate blocks of four or six with 1967 Royal Society 4c. (3) incl. the scarce ''1A 1A 1A 1A 2A'' error with five numbers, 8c., 1969 Law Society 3c. (5), 10c. (2) and 18c. (7) incl. the scarce ''1 2 2 1'' and ''1a 2a 2a 1a'', and 1970-76 definitive 10c. Coat of Arms with all printings of the stamp with the 1970 watermarked and 1973 no wmk. issues incl. the rare no wmk. plate ''2A 2A 2A 3A'', and $1 Geothermal Power (2) and $2 Agricultural Technology, occasional gum wrinkle otherwise fine unmounted mint. (28 blocks). CP NZ$2,278.
927 £110
New Zealand: 1973-76 4c. variety purple-brown omitted, also an example with bright green (wing veins) omitted, both fine unmounted mint. S.G. 1011b, e, cat. 231, EC NZ2021MCd, NZ2021MCa. Photo.
928 £110
New Zealand: 1973-76 4c. variety apple-green (wings) omitted, fine unmounted mint, scarce. S.G. 1011f, cat. 225, EC NZ2021MCe - circa 20 known. Photo.
929 | £100
New Zealand: Express Delivery Stamps: A selection of 6d. issues with 1926-36 perf. 14 x 141/2 and perf. 14 x 15, 1937-39 perf. 14 x 15, 1939 (7), one wmk. inverted, another with double brown gum (CP U2a(X)), all unmounted mint. (10). S.G. cat. 369+.
931 | £850
New Zealand: Officials: A mainly mint selection of K.G.V issues incl. 1915-34 Cowan paper 11/2d. block of four, one with no stop after ''OFFICIAL'' variety, 3d. perf. 14 block of four with faulty overprint, 1915-27 two-perf. pairs incl. 3d. (8 incl. three blocks of four, one wmk. inverted), 6d. (7 incl. two blocks of four), 1s. (3), perf. 14 x 131/2 blocks of four with 3d., 4d., 6d. (2), 9d. (3), also one used, perf. 14 x 141/2 blocks of four with 4d., 1s. (4), 4d. single showing re-entry, 1s. corner marginal singles showing plate numbers ''41'' (2) and ''42'', etc., mainly fine with many unmounted. (118). CP NZ$11,200.
934 £400
New Zealand: Officials: 1907-11 2s. in a fine used block of four, scarce in multiples. S.G. O66, CP OE20e, cat. NZ$2,000+. Photo.
935 | £550
New Zealand: A collection on leaves to 1935 incl. 1857-63 1d., 1s. (thinned) used, 1864-67 4d. rose used, 1874 2s., 5s. used, 1898 and 1902 pictorial types to 5s. (2) mint or used, 1906 Christchurch set mint (3d. used), 1913 Auckland set used (1d. mint), 1931 Health set used, 1931-40 Postal Fiscals with values to 2 mint, etc., varied condition. (187).
937 | £160
New Zealand: A mint collection from 1931 to 1969 on leaves incl. 1931-35 air stamps, 1940 Centenary set, Healths, 1953-59 to 10s., 1s. die II (unmounted), 1967 Postal Fiscal $4 to $10, etc., mainly fine with some unmounted. (226).
938 | £680
The Nigerias: A mainly mint selection, incl. Lagos 1904-06 to 10s., Northern Nigeria 1913 to 1 (3), Southern Nigeria 1904-07 to 1, 1912 set, Nigeria 1914-29 to 1, etc., varied condition. (108).
939 £400
Nigeria: Northern Nigeria: A mint collection from 1901 to 1912 on leaves incl. 1900 1d. to 10s., 1902 to 10s. (2, one with plate number''1''), 1905-07 papers to 2s.6d. (3), 1910-11 to 10s., 1912 to 1 (less 2s.6d.), etc., mainly fine, a few unmounted. (60). Photo.
940 | £350
Nigeria: Southern Nigeria: A mainly mint collection from 1901 to 1912 on leaves incl. 1901-02 to 10s., 1903-04 to 10s., 1 optd. ''SPECIMEN'', 1904-09 to 10s. with some papers and dies, 1907-11 1 optd. ''SPECIMEN'', 1912 to 1, etc., mainly fine. (77).
942 £520
Nigeria: A mint collection from 1914 to 1966 on leaves incl. 1914-29 range of shades to 10s. (4), 1 die I and die II (unmounted), 1921-32 dies to 10s. (2), 1938-51 all perfs. to 5s., 1953-58 to 1, etc., mainly fine, many unmounted. (139). Photo.
943 | £110
North Borneo: 1888-92 1/2c. rose, 1c. orange, 2c. lake-brown, 3c. violet (2 shades) and 4c. rose-pink, all in imperforate sheets (10 x 5) of forgeries, mainly fine unmounted mint.
945 £180
North Borneo: 1918 Red Cross 3c. + 2c. dull rose-carmine perf. 131/2-14 in an unmounted mint block of four, one with a small gum skip otherwise fine. S.G. 217, cat. 600+. Photo.
948 £1200
North Borneo: 1918 Red Cross, lines of surcharge 13-14mm apart, 6c. + 2c. olive-green in a fine unmounted mint block of four. S.G. 228, cat. 1,900+. Photo.
949 £1250
North Borneo: 1925-28 8c., 16c., 20c. on 18c., 24c., $1, $2, $5 and $10 all in mint blocks of four, the $1, $2 and $5 in top right corner blocks with sheet number in margin, the $10 (upper marginal) with gum disturbance on one stamp otherwise fine mint or unmounted mint. S.G. 283, 286-288, 291-294, cat. 3,200+. Photo.
950 £1000
North Borneo: 1931 Anniversary 3c. to $5 set of eight die proofs in issued colours on thin ungummed paper, some with staining in corners well clear of the designs. S.G. 295-302 P. Photo.
951 £130
North Borneo: 1939, a selection of gummed imperf. plate proofs, each with punch holes, comprising 2c. block of four and 3c. pair, and 1c., 4c. and 25c. proofs of the frames only, each in blocks of four, varied condition, some creases. (5 items)
954 | £160
North Borneo: Postal Stationery: A selection of postcards with 1889 6c. (ISC P3) unused and used in 1911 registered to Berlin, 1889 8c. (ISC P4) unused and used, also unused example with inverted ''8'' in top and bottom left corners (ISC P4a), 1892 1c. on 8c. (ISC P6) unused, 1c. on 8c. (ISC P7) unused, and 1895 4c. on 8c. (ISC P10) used in 1896 from Sandakan to Germany, mainly fine. (8).
955 | £130
North Borneo: A mint selection of sets on leaves, 1945 to 1964, with 1945 B.M.A. to $5, 1947 to $5, 1950-52 to $10, 1954-59 to $10, 1961 to $10, and Sabah 1964 to $10, mainly fine, some unmounted. (93).
956 | £350
North Borneo: Japanese Occupation: 1942 selection with 1c. to 10c. mint, 15c., 25c. and 50c. unused without gum, 2c. and 4c. used, mixed condition. (13)
958 | £750
Nyasaland: 1913 to 1933, a selection of K.G.V large key types, incl. 1913-19 1 mint, 1921-33 2s. with break in scroll unmounted from top-right corner of sheet with plate no., 2s. with damaged leaf at lower-right used, 4s. with nick in top right scroll, 4s. with break in lines below left scroll both mint, range of used and fiscally used with 10, etc., varied condition. (46)
960 £150
Nyasaland: 1935 Silver Jubilee 1s. with kite and vertical log variety, very fine mint with margin at foot. S.G. 126k, cat. 375. Photo.
961 | £550
Nyasaland: 1938-44 a selection of high values, incl. 5s. green and red on pale yellow mint (3), 10s. emerald and deep red on pale green mint (8, four are marginal), 10s. bluish-green and brown-red on pale green mint, HPF flaws, blocks, etc., varied condition. (50).
964 | £600
Papua: A mint collection on leaves, 1906 to 1937, incl. 1906-07 large opt. wmk. horizontal 4d., wmk. vertical 4d., small opt. wmk. horizontal 1s., wmk. vertical 1/2d. to 2s.6d., 1907-10 large ''PAPUA'' 2s.6d., small ''PAPUA'' wmk. upright perf. 121/2 1s., wmk. sideways perf. 11 to 1s. (less 2d.), 1910-11 1/2d. to 2s.6d. types B and C (2 of each), 1911-15 sets (2) to 2s.6d., 1916-31 range of shades to 10s., 1932-40 to 1 (1 thinned), also a few used, etc., varied condition, mainly fine. (174).
965 | £520
The Rhodesias: A mint collection in a Plymouth album incl. Northern Rhodesia 1925-29 to 20s., 1938-52 to 20s. (2), 1948 Wedding, 1963 3d. with orange (eagle) displaced to foot, Nyasaland, Rhodesia from 1965, Rhodesia and Nyasaland 1954 1/2d. to 5s. gummed imperf. plate proofs with small punch holes, 1959-62 to 1, Southern Rhodesia 1940 Jubilee 1/2d. to 1s. (less 2d.) photos of proposed designs, 1953 to 1, etc., mainly fine with many unmounted. (approx. 345).
966 | £950
The Rhodesias: An accumulation in two stockbooks, incl. 1967-68 sets mint (12) and used (4), Northern Rhodesia with 1953 to 20s. mint (2) and used, Rhodesia & Nyasaland 1954-56 to 1 mint (3) and used (2), 1959-62 to 1 mint (3), etc. (100's)
968 £100
Rhodesia: 1910-13 perf. 14 4d. brown-purple and orange with gash in ear variety (LG2), very fine mint. S.G. 139 var. Photo.
969 £90
Rhodesia: 1913-22 Die II, Perf. 14 10s. crimson and yellow-green, fine and fresh mint. S.G. 241, cat. 190. Photo.
973 | £980
Rhodesia: Northern Rhodesia: 1925-29, a mainly used duplicated selection in a stockbook, incl. values to 2s. (32), 2s.6d. (62), 3s. (72), 5s. (165), 7s.6d. (8), 10s. (17), 20s. (3), mixed condition. (few 100's)
974 | £190
Zambia: 1991 surcharges 2k. on 20n. to 2k. on 7k.85 set unmounted mint, less the four values only recorded used, fine. S.G. 656-659, 662, 664-671, 673-678, cat. 877.
975 £7200
Rhodesia and Nyasaland: 1960 Kariba 3d. variety red-orange omitted, two examples in a top right corner strip of four (folded down central perfs.) with the other two partially affected, from the first sheet reported around the time of issue, one with a few light surface marks otherwise fine unmounted mint, a rare piece. S.G. 32a, cat. 9,000+, EC RH64MCa - 24 known. Photo.
976 £80
Saint Helena: 1922-37 Watermark Multiple Script CA 8d. grey and bright violet with variety ''torn flag'', fine mint. S.G. 105b. Photo.
977 £3500
Saint Helena: 1961 Tristan Relief Fund set fine and fresh unmounted mint. S.G. 172-175, cat. 6,000. Photo.
978 £600
Saint Helena: A mint collection from 1856 to 1971 on leaves with early issues in mixed condition incl. 1856 6d. unused, 1861 rough perf. 6d. (2, one thinned), also clean-cut perf. used, 1863 1d. plate proof in brown-red (slightly thinned), 1d. types A and B (no gum), 4d. (2), 1864-80 perf. 121/2 2d. type C, 5s., perf. 14 x 121/2 2d., 1890-97 to 10d., 1903 unissued 1d. red overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' (toned gum), 1908-11 10s., 1912-16 to 3s., 1934 Centenary set, 1953-59 to 10s., 1961-65 to both 1, etc., varied condition, mainly fine. (176). Photo.
979 £110
Saint Kitts-Nevis: St. Christopher: 1808 (Apr. 25) entire letter to London, endorsed ''p. packet'' and rated ''2/-'' (overstamped by Inspector's Crown) and ''4/11'', with good strike of the St. Kitts fleuron datestamp, some peripheral wear. Photo.
980 £400
Saint Kitts-Nevis: 1923 Tercentenary 1/2d. to 1 set mint, mainly fine. (13). S.G. 48-60, cat. 1,100. Photo.
981 | £210
Saint Kitts-Nevis: A mint collection from 1903 to 1961 on leaves incl. 1903 to 5s., 1905-18 to 5s., 1921-29 to 5s., 1938-50 most shades and papers to 1 (thinned), 1954-63 to $4.80 with $1.20 shade, etc., mainly fine with some unmounted. (135)
984 | £480
Saint Lucia: A mint collection from 1864 to 1960 on leaves incl. 1864-76 (1d.) right margin imperf. plate proof pair in black (no gum), perf. 14 (4d.) (2, one without gum), (6d.), (1s.), 1882-84 perf. 12 4d., 1883-86 1/2d. to 1s. (1s. thinned), 1886-87 1d. to 1s., 1891-98 10s., 1904-10 to 5s. green and red/yellow, 1921-30 to 5s., 1938-48 to 1 with perfs., etc., mainly fine with some unmounted. (116).
985 £1700
Saint Vincent: 1863-68 no watermark, perf. 14 to 16 1s. slate-grey, block of four [pos. 2-3, 12-13], unused with large part original gum, the right hand vertical pair with grease mark at right, a very rare multiple being one of only four recorded. S.G. 9. Ex Burrus, Bessemer and Jaffe. Photo.
986 £700
Saint Vincent: 1863-68 no watermark, perf. 11 to 121/2 x 14 to 16 1s. slate-grey, block of four [pos. 16-17, 26-27], unused with large part original gum, the right hand vertical pair, two diagonal creases and the lower right corner damaged, a very rare multiple being one of only four recorded. S.G. 11. Ex Forsyth. Photo.
989 £1400
Saint Vincent: 1866 double rate entire from the ''Polignac ''correspondence to Paris, franked by 1862 6d. deep green (2) and 1861 rough perf 14 to 16 1d. rose-red two horizontal pairs cancelled by ''A10'' obliterator, manuscript rating ''1/2'' and with circular-framed ''PD'' in red, with Calais transit on stamps and same day arrival backstamp. A rare and attractive franking. Photo.
991 £2100
Saint Vincent: 1869 (Apr.-Sept.) no watermark, perf. 11 to 121/2 1s. indigo in a block of four, unused with part to large original gum, top-right stamp has small ink mark, fine and rare. S.G. 12. Photo.
992 £2400
Saint Vincent: 1869 (Apr.-Sept.) no watermark, perf. 11 to 121/2 1s. brown in a block of four, unused, part to large original gum, diagonal crease affects three, small stains and grease marks, otherwise fine and extremely rare as only three blocks recorded. S.G. 14. Photo.
995 £600
Saint Vincent: 1883-84 watermark Crown CA 4d. ultramarine-blue, fine used on 1884 (Dec. 24) envelope (slightly reduced at right) to Oregon, tied by ''A10'' obliterator and red dispatch c.d.s., a scarce franking. S.G. 43. Photo.
998 £350
Saint Vincent: A mint collection from 1902 to 1955 on leaves incl. 1902 to 5s. (2), 1904-11 to 1, 1909 1d. to 1s. overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', 1913-17 to 1, 1938-47 to 1, etc., mainly fine with some unmounted. (94). Photo.
999 | £80
Samoa: 1914-15 6d. carmine perf. 14 x 141/2 in a complete sheet of 120 (folded) with full margins showing sheet number and other markings, gum toned and some stains but unmounted mint, of fine appearance. S.G. 119.
1001 £190
Samoa: 1945-53 5 indigo-blue, fine used. Murray Payne certificate (2009). S.G. 214, cat. 450. Photo.
1002 £700
Samoa: A mint collection on leaves, 1920 to 1967, incl. 1932 5s., 10s., 1, 1935 Jubilee 1d. perf. 14 x 141/2, 1935-42 Cowan paper 2s.6d. to 5, Wiggins Teape paper 5s. to 2, 1945-53 2s.6d. to 5, 1955 to 2, etc., mainly fine with some unmounted. (83). Photo.
1003 | £190
Sarawak: A selection of mint sets from 1945 to 1965 on leaves incl. 1945 B.M.A. set, 1948 Wedding, 1950 to $5, etc., mainly fine. (71).
1004 | £90
Seychelles: Postal Stationery: A mainly unused Q.V. selection, incl. postcards, reply cards, envelopes, etc., good to fine. (16 items).
1005 | £580
Seychelles: A mint collection in a Plymouth album, 1902 to 1993, incl. 1890-92 die I to 96c. (10c. no gum), die II to 16c., 1893 surcharges to 90c. on 96c., 1897-1900 to 2r.25, 1902 surcharges, 1903 to 2r.25, 1906 to 2r.25 (less 15c.), 1912-13 to 2r.25 (2), 1917-22 to 5r., 1921-22 to 5r. (less 6c. carmine), 1938-49 to 5r. with shades and papers, 1952, 1954-61 and 1962-68 sets to 10r., later definitive sets, etc., mainly fine with some unmounted. (approx. 305).
1006 £25000
Sierra Leone: 1897 Stamp Duty Provisionals, 21/2d. on 2s. dull lilac, the extremely rare type 9, mint with large part original gum. Brandon Certificate (1997) and R.P.S. certificate (1997). S.G. 68, cat 45,000. Photo.
1008 £4000
Sierra Leone: 1897 Stamp Duty Provisionals, 21/2d. on 2s. dull lilac, type 11, mint with a few small portions of gum missing, otherwise fine and extremely rare. R.P.S. certificate (1971). S.G. 70, cat 10,000. Photo,
1010 £160
Sierra Leone: 1912-21 Watermark Multiple Crown CA 2 blue and dull purple, mint, light gum toning otherwise fine. S.G. 129, cat. 650. Photo.
1013 £920
Sierra Leone: A mint collection in a Plymouth album incl. 1859-74 6d. dull purple, grey-lilac, perf. 121/2 reddish violet (no gum), 1874 reprint 6d. die proof on glazed card, 1872-73 wmk. sideways to 1s. (fault, 3d. no gum), wmk. upright 1d. to 3d. (no gum), 1876 to 1s. (less 4d.), 1883 1d., 4d. (gum toning), 1884-91 to 1s., 1903 2s., 1 (unmounted), 1904-05 to 1, 1912-21 to 10s. (2), 1 (2, one unmounted), also 1961 to 1966 issues, etc., mainly fine with some unmounted. (173). Photo.
1014 | £230
Sierra Leone: A mint Q.V. to K.G.VI selection, incl. 1896-97 to 5s. (2), 1904-05 1, 1912-21 to 1 (2), etc., varied condition. (70).
1015 | £320
Singapore: A mint collection from 1948 to 1979 on leaves incl. 1948-52 perf. 171/2 x 18 set to $5, 1948 Wedding, 1955-59 to $5, 1962-66 to $5, 1968-73 to $10 and perf. 13 values to $1, commemoratives incl. 1969 Founding set and miniature sheet, etc., mainly fine, some unmounted. (160, 1 miniature sheet).
1016 | £130
Singapore: An accumulation of registered covers mainly with the 1955-59 issue used 1960-61, posted from different P.O's or Postal Agencies incl. five of the outlying islands, mainly fine with clear c.d.s. cancellations. (66)
1018 £210
South Africa: Cape of Good Hope: 1855-63 1d. deep rose-red, unused with small part original gum, fine. S.G. 5b. Photo
1019 £150
South Africa: Cape of Good Hope: 1855-63 6d. deep rose-lilac, very fine used. Brandon certificate (1988). S.G. 7b. Photo.
1020 £130
South Africa: Cape of Good Hope: 1861 ''Woodblock'' 4d. pale milky blue, close to very large margins, cut into at foot, small imperfections, otherwise fine. S.G. 14, cat. 1,700. Photo.
1021 £140
South Africa: Cape of Good Hope: 1861 ''Woodblock'' 4d. blue, close to large margins, some faults, good appearance. S.G. 14d. Photo.
1024 £3200
South Africa: Cape of Good Hope: 1863-64 6d. bright mauve, a fine fresh mint block of eight from the corner of the sheet, a rare multiple. Diena certificate (1963). S.G. 20. Photo.
1025 £3200
South Africa: Cape of Good Hope: 1863-64 1s. bright emerald-green, in a fine and fresh mint block of four from the corner of the sheet, a rare multiple. S.G. 21. Photo.
1029 £350
South Africa: Local British Occupation Issues 1900-02: Rustenburg 6d. lilac and green mint, few perf faults and other imperfections, scarce. R.P.S. certificate (1956). S.G. 6. Photo.
1030 £220
South Africa: Local British Occupation Issues 1900-02: Wolmaransstad: 1900 (June) ''Cancelled/V.R.I.'' 21/2d. blue and green, mint, few creases and a few other faults. S.G. 4, cat. 1,800. Photo.
1034 £60
South Africa: Mafeking Siege Issues: 1900 (Mar.-Apr.) Type 2 unserifed overprint 3d. on Bechuanaland Protectorate 1d. lilac, a pair fine used on piece. S.G. 12.
1035 £440
South Africa: Mafeking Siege Issues: 1900 (Apr.) Goodyear 1d. pale blue on blue, unused with large part original gum from the foot of the sheet, fine. S.G. 17. Photo.
1036 £380
South Africa: Mafeking Siege Issues: 1900 (Apr.) Goodyear 1d. pale blue on blue, unused, part original gum, from the left of the sheet showing part papermaker's watermark ''FIN'', slight corner crease, otherwise fine. S.G. 17, cat. 900+. Photo.
1037 £250
South Africa: Mafeking Siege Issues: 1900 (Apr.) Goodyear 1d. pale blue on blue, two differing shades on piece, both cancelled by ''MAFEKING/MY 11/1900/C.G.H.'' c.d.s., fine. S.G. 17. Photo.
1038 £3900
South Africa: Mafeking Siege Issues: 1900 (Apr.) Goodyear 1d. pale blue on blue, fine used on 1900 (May 12) envelope used locally, small envelope tears not affecting stamp, rare. S.G. 17. Photo.
1039 £500
South Africa: Mafeking Siege Issues: 1900 (Apr.) Goodyear 1d. deep blue on blue and Baden-Powell, small format 3d. deep blue on blue, used on piece, tied by May 9 1900 c.d.s.'s, fine. S.G. 18, 20. Photo.
1040 £240
South Africa: Mafeking Siege Issues: 1900 (Apr.) Baden-Powell, small format 3d. pale blue on blue, fine used from the foot of the sheet and showing ''ball'' variety [R. 3/3]. S.G. 19. Photo.
1041 £2100
South Africa: Mafeking Siege Issues: 1900 (Apr.) Baden-Powell, small format 3d. pale blue on blue used on 1900 (Apr. 10) local envelope addressed to ''B.S.A.P. Fort'', some slight staining and small corner perf. fault, otherwise fine and rare. S.G. 19. Photo.
1042 £550
South Africa: Mafeking Siege Issues: 1900 (Apr.) Baden-Powell, small format 3d. deep blue on blue, two examples used on piece, cancelled by single May 9 1900 c.d.s., fine. S.G. 20, cat. 700+. Photo.
1043 £4000
South Africa: Mafeking Siege Issues: 1900 (Apr.) Baden-Powell, small format 3d. deep blue on blue, fine used on 1900 (Apr. 16) local envelope, a few small cover faults, otherwise fine and rare. S.G. 20. Photo.
1044 £2900
South Africa: Mafeking Siege Issues: 1900 (Apr.) Baden-Powell, small format 3d. deep blue on blue, fine used on 1900 (May 2) small envelope addressed to ''Trooper W.J. Aimors, A. Sqdn-No 1 Troop Protectorate, Fort Cardigan, Western Outposts, Mafeking'', some slight staining, otherwise fine and rare. S.G. 20. Photo.
1045 £1100
South Africa: Mafeking Siege Issues: 1900 Baden-Powell, large format 3d. pale blue on blue, showing cracked plate [pos 7], fine used. S.G. 21 var. Photo.
1046 £880
South Africa: Mafeking Siege Issues: 1900 Baden-Powell, large format 3d. pale blue on blue, showing cracked plate [pos, 8], fine used. S.G. 21 var. Photo.
1047 £800
South Africa: Mafeking Siege Issues: 1900 Baden-Powell, large format 3d. pale blue on blue, showing cracked plate variety at top [pos. 9], fine. S.G. 21 var., cat. 900+. Photo.
1048 £1150
South Africa: Mafeking Siege Issues: 1900 Baden-Powell, large format 3d. pale blue on blue, showing variety VERTICALLY LAID PAPER instead of horizontal, used, small tear in margin at upper-right, otherwise fine and extremely rare, only one sheet is thought to have been printed and consequently only a handful have been recorded. S.G. 21a. Photo.
1049 £280
South Africa: Mafeking Siege Issues: 1900 Baden-Powell, large format 3d. deep blue on blue, used, a few minor surface abrasions, otherwise fine. S.G. 22, cat. 1,100. Photo.
1050 | £520
South Africa: Mafeking Siege Issues: A small selection, incl. (Mar.-Apr.) 1s. on Cape 4d. sage-green, unused and repaired, (Apr.) Goodyear 1d. pale blue on blue used (3 on pieces), Baden-Powell 3d. pale blue on blue, used, etc. (14)
1051 £90
South Africa: Boer Occupation of Vryburg: 1899 (Nov.) 1/2 PENCE green, two mint examples, one showing misplaced surcharge, slight crease, otherwise fine. S.G. 1. Photo.
1053 £140
South Africa: Boer Occupation of Vryburg: 1899 (Nov.) 1/2 PENCE, 1 PENCE and 2 PENCE , the last creased, otherwise fine used. S.G. 1-3, cat. 680. Photo.
1054 £65
South Africa: Boer Occupation of Vryburg: 1899 (Nov.) 1 PENCE rose, fine mint. S.G. 2. Photo.
1056 £700
South Africa: Pietersburg: 1901 (Apr. 6) envelope, registered locally, bearing 1/2d. black on green, 1d. black and red, 2d. black and orange with unlisted ''AFR. REP.'' nearly omitted, 4d. blue and black with left spray inverted, 6d. black and green, 1s. black and yellow showing ''POSTZEGEI:'' and no stop after left ''2'', all cancelled ''PIETERSBURG'' c.d.s.'s, vertical cover crease, fine and rare. Photo.
1057 £190
South Africa: 1913-24 1 green and red fine mint, collector's mark on reverse. S.G. 17, cat. 600. Photo.
1058 £300
South Africa: 1913-24 1 pale olive-green and red, fine mint. S.G. 17a, cat. 800. Photo.
1061 £130
South Africa: 1964-72 1/2c. variety imperforate in an unmounted mint horizontal pair, small gum wrinkle otherwise fine. B.P.A. certificate (1966) states ''1961'' in error. S.G. 238a, cat. 300. Photo.
1062 £210
South Africa: 1987 unissued Bible Society 40c., a fine unmounted mint single, scarce. Cat. 450. Photo.
1063 £210
South Africa: 1987 unissued Bible Society 40c., a fine unmounted mint single, scarce. Cat. 450. Photo.
1064 £3000
South Africa: 1993-97 5c. Lizard, unmounted mint cylinder block (2 x 10), lower block of four showing magenta printing omitted, unique. SACC 825a, cat. R80,000, Pierron SA 1612 MGa. Photo.
1065 | £190
South Africa: A mint collection on leaves, 1913 to 1963, incl. 1913-24 shades to 5s. (2), 10s., 1947-54 to both 5s., later sets to 1r., etc., mainly fine. (114).
1066 £450
South West Africa: 1923 Setting II 1green and red, fine used pair, rare. S.G. 15, cat 1,400. Photo.
1067 £180
Sudan: 1938 Air 3p. on 31/2p., 3p. on 71/2p. and 5p. on 10p. perf. 111/2 x 121/2 mint, each with gum faults and the 3p. values with minor surface damage, scarce. S.G. 75a, 76b, 77b, cat. 1,650. Photo.
1068 | £260
Swaziland: 1978 Anniversary of Independence imperforate progressive colour proofs on gummed watermarked paper, with 4c. and 6c. singles, and 10c. to 50c., six different for each value in horizontal pairs.
1069 | £130
Swaziland: A selection of mainly definitive sets between 1938 to 1969 mint incl. 1938-54 most shades and perfs. to 5s. (3), 10s. (2), 1961 1r. type III on 10s., 2r. type II at bottom on 1, later sets to 2r., a few commemoratives, etc., fine with many unmounted. (108).
1070 | £170
Swaziland: A mint and used selection in a stockbook, incl. 1938-54 to 10s. mint (4), used (2), 1961 to 1r. on 1 mint (10), used (3), etc. (few 100's)
1073 £150
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Jan.) Type 1 ''G. R./MAFIA'' handstamp on India I.E.F. 1/2a. and 1a., in violet, fine mint. Possibly a trial or proof, see note after S.G. M10. Photo.
1074 £190
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Jan.) Type 1 ''G. R./MAFIA'' handstamp on India I.E.F. 1/2a. and 1a., in violet, fine marginal mint. Possibly a trial or proof, see note after S.G. M10. B.P.A. certificate (2001). Photo.
1075 £400
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (May) Type 2 ''G.R./POST/6 CENTS/MAFIA'' handstamp in violet on one India I.E.F. 1/2a. in a pair, this mark is known used as a prepaid mark without stamps. Holcombe certificate (1995). Photo.
1076 £270
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (May) Type 2 ''G.R./POST/6 CENTS/MAFIA'' handstamp in violet on India I.E.F. 1a., this mark is known used as a prepaid mark without stamps. B.P.A. certificate (1985). Photo.
1077 £450
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (May) Type 2 ''G.R./POST/6 CENTS/MAFIA'' handstamp in violet, used on philatelic envelope with Zanzibar c.d.s. alongside, this mark is known used as a prepaid mark without stamps. Photo.
1078 £350
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (May) Type 2 ''G.R./POST/6 CENTS/MAFIA'' handstamp in violet on 1915 (July 15) envelope (faults) with ''OPENED BY CENSOR/UNDER/MARTIAL LAW'' label, this mark is known used as a prepaid mark without stamps. Photo.
1079 £230
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (May) Type 2 ''G.R./POST/6 CENTS/MAFIA'' handstamp in violet on 1915 (Nov. 10) envelope (faults) with ''OPENED BY CENSOR/UNDER/MARTIAL LAW'' label, this mark is known used as a prepaid mark without stamps. B.P.A. certificate (1982). Photo.
1080 £150
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (May) Type 2 ''G.R./POST/6 CENTS/MAFIA'' handstamp in violet, examples on unused O.H.M.S. envelope, applied by favour. R.P.S. certificate (2001). Photo.
1081 £220
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (May) Type 2 ''G.R./POST/6 CENTS/MAFIA'' handstamp in violet on 1915 (May 24) front, this mark is known used as a prepaid mark without stamps.Photo.
1082 £110
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (May) Type 2 ''G.R./POST/6 CENTS/MAFIA'' handstamp in violet, five examples used on pieces, this mark is known used as a prepaid mark without stamps. Photo.
1083 £210
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 3 ''O.H.B.M.S./MAFIA'' in circle handstamp in bluish green, on 121/2h. drab, used with manuscript cancellation. B.P.A. certificate (1996). S.G. M22, cat. 1,300. Photo.
1084 £210
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 3 ''O.H.B.M.S./MAFIA'' in circle handstamp in bluish green, on 121/2h. drab, used with manuscript cancellation. B.P.A. certificate (1996). S.G. M22, cat. 1,300. Photo.
1085 £380
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 3 ''O.H.B.M.S./MAFIA'' in circle handstamp on Zanzibar 1c., 6c., 10c., 12c. and 15c. in black (10c. in red), good to fine mint, extremely rare. Photo.
1086 £190
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 3 ''O.H.B.M.S./MAFIA'' in circle handstamp in bluish green additionally handstamped type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' in violet, on 24p. vermilion, used with manuscript cancellation, toned, otherwise fine. B.P.A. certificate (1996). S.G. M27, cat. 1,200. Photo.
1087 £300
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 3 ''O.H.B.M.S./MAFIA'' in circle handstamp in bluish green additionally handstamped type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' in violet, on 24p vermilion with violet handstamp inverted, used part Mafia cancellation and manuscript date. R.P.S. certificate (1997). S.G. M27 var. Photo.
1088 £270
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 3 ''O.H.B.M.S./MAFIA'' in circle handstamp in bluish green, additionally handstamped type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' in violet, on 121/2h. drab, used with part Mafia cancellation. B.P.A. certificate (1996). S.G. M28, cat. 1,300. Photo.
1089 £260
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 3 ''O.H.B.M.S./MAFIA'' in circle handstamp in bluish green additionally handstamped type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' in violet, on 121/2h. drab, used on piece with part Mafia cancellation and manuscript date. S.G. M28, cat. 1,300. Photo.
1090 £260
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 3 ''O.H.B.M.S./MAFIA'' in circle handstamp in bluish green additionally handstamped type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' in violet, on 25h. dull green, used with manuscript cancellation. B.P.A. certificate (1996). S.G. M29, cat. 1,300. Photo.
1091 £300
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 3 ''O.H.B.M.S./MAFIA'' in circle handstamp in bluish green additionally handstamped type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' in violet, on 50h. slate, used with manuscript cancellation, and part Mafia c.d.s. B.P.A. certificate (1996). S.G. M30, cat. 1,300. Photo.
1092 £380
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 3 ''O.H.B.M.S./MAFIA'' in circle handstamp in bluish green additionally handstamped type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' in violet, on 1r. lilac, used with manuscript cancellation, and part Mafia c.d.s. B.P.A. certificate (1996). S.G. M31, cat. 1,300. Photo.
1093 £680
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) German East African 71/2h. carmine only handstamped ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' type M4 in violet, mint, extremely rare. Gibbs 60. B.P.A. certificate (1995). Photo.
1094 £160
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) German East African fiscal 25h. dull green only handstamped ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' type M5 in blue, used on piece with part Mafia c.d.s., rare. Gibbbs 56. Photo.
1095 £150
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) German East African fiscal 25h. grey only handstamped ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' type M5 in blue, used with part Mafia c.d.s. and manuscript date. R.P.S. certificate (1997) states ''undetermined status''. Photo.
1096 £500
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p. to 1r. set, 12a. few rust spots, 1r. creased, others good to fine mint. (10). All with B.P.A. certificates (Btwn. 1975 and 1991). S.G. M33-M42, cat 1,500. Photo.
1097 £450
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p. to 1r. set, 12a. and 1r. creased, others good to fine mint. (10). All with B.P.A. certificates (1993). S.G. M33-M42, cat 1,500. Photo.
1098 £580
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p. to 1r. set with additional 1/2a., 1r. has some paper adhering to gum, others good to fine mint. (11). B.P.A. certificate (1990). S.G. M33-M42, cat 1,500. Photo.
1099 £450
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p. to 1r. set, 1r. has slight crease, others good to fine mint. (10). S.G. M33-M42, cat 1,500. Photo.
1100 £480
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p. to 1r. set, 1r. slightly toned, others good to fine mint. (10). B.P.A. certificates (1984 and 1991). S.G. M33-M42, cat 1,500. Photo.
1103 £1200
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p. to 1r. set (less 1a.), used together on very large 1916 (July 7th) ''ON ZANZIBAR GOVERNMENT SERVICE'' envelope, all tied by Zanzibar squared circles, cover has been heavily folded causing tearing, otherwise fine and very rare. S.G. M33, 34, 36-42 cat. 2,160 off cover. Photo.
1104 £950
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p. to 1r. set (less 1a.), used together on very large 1916 (July 6) ''ON ZANZIBAR GOVERNMENT SERVICE'' envelope, all tied by Zanzibar squared circles, cover has been heavily folded causing slight tears, otherwise fine and very rare. S.G. M33, 34, 36-42 cat. 2,160 off cover. Photo.
1105 £550
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p. grey pair, 1a. aniline-carmine and 2a. 6p. (2), on 1916 (Oct.) envelope, registered to England, has blue crayon ''203'', mark, on reverse has Zanzibar, London. transit and receiving marks, rare. B.P.A. certificate (1981). Photo.
1107 £700
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 1/2a. green pair, 1a. aniline-carmine and 2a. 6p. (2), on 1916 (Oct.) envelope, registered to England, has blue crayon ''Mafia/203'', mark, on reverse has Zanzibar, London and Cranbrook transit and receiving marks, rare. Photo.
1109 £230
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 1/2a. green (2) on 1916 envelope to Zanzibar with ''OPENED BY CENSOR/UNDER/MARTIAL LAW'' label, tied by boxed Censor cachet, also 1/2a. used on piece, tied by Zanzibar squared circle, dated ''FE 2 16'', rare. S.G.. M34. Photo.
1110 | £1150
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 1/2a. green to 2a.6p. selection of mainly varieties, incl. handstamps sideways, inverted, double, vertical pair one with handstamp inverted mint, 2a. unused pair with inverted handstamp and one without handstamp, most with B.P.A. certificates, etc., varied condition. (38).
1113 £700
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 1a. aniline carmine, handstamp (applied sideways), on 1916 (July) envelope to Zanzibar, tied by Zanzibar squared circle, with ''OPENED BY CENSOR/UNDER//MARTIAL LAW'' label, rare. S.G. M35. Photo.
1114 £420
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 1a. aniline carmine used on 1916 (Feb. 19) envelope to India, with Zanzibar and Bombay transit and receiving marks alongside, rare. S.G. M35. B.P.A. certificate (1982). Photo.
1115 £320
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 1a. aniline-carmine, handstamp (applied sideways) used as combined overprint and cancellation, on 1916 (Mar.) envelope (slightly reduced at right) to Zanzibar, rare. Photo.
1119 £110
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 4a. olive-green, used on piece, tied by ''MAFIA/14 AU/16'' c.d.s. in blue, some staining, otherwise fine. B.P.A. certificate (1993). S.G. M39, cat. 250. Photo.
1122 £150
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 4 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 12a. carmine-lake with handstamp inverted, mint (2) unused and discoloured, also another with handstamp sideways unused with faults. B.P.A. certificates (Btwn. 1959 and 1993) and R.P.S. certificate (1979). S.G. M41 var. Photo.
1124 £650
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 5 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p. to 1r. set, mint, slightly toned, 1a. creased, otherwise fine for this. B.P.A. certificate (1990). S.G. M43-M52, cat. 2,250. Photo.
1125 £480
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 5 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p. to 8a., mainly fine mint. M43-M50. B.P.A. certificate (1991). Photo.
1128 £620
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 5 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p. to 1r. set less 4a. and 12a. used, good to fine, rare. S.G. M43-48, M50, M52, cat. 1,970. Photo.
1129 £270
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 5 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p. to 8a., good to fine used, the 3p. with Brandon certificate (1995). S.G. M43-M50. Photo.
1130 £270
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 5 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p., 1/2a. and 1a used on 1917 (Aug. 28) envelope to England, tied by Zanzibar squared circles and with circular ''PASSED BY CENSOR'' cachet. S.G. M43, 44, 45. Photo.
1131 £700
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 5 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p. to 12a., used on envelope (part of flap missing) to South Africa, all tied by ''MAFIA/JU 30/1915'' c.d.s.'s in violet, one stamp (possibly the 1r.) removed. S.G. M43-M51, cat. 2,195 off cover. Photo.
1132 £350
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 5 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p. to 4a., used on envelope, all tied by ''MAFIA/JA 23/1915'' c.d.s.'s applied by favour, fine. S.G. M43-M49, cat. 1,320 off cover. Photo.
1133 £350
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 5 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p. to 4a., used on envelope, all tied by ''MAFIA/JA 23/1915'' c.d.s.'s applied by favour, fine. Holcombe opinion (1991). S.G. M43-M49, cat. 1,320 off cover. Photo.
1134 £250
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 5 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p. to 3a., used on envelope (has Zanzibar Government embossed seal on flap), all tied by ''MAFIA/JA 23/1915'' c.d.s.'s applied by favour, few stain spots otherwise fine. S.G. M43-M48, cat. 1,020 off cover. Photo.
1135 £290
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 5 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 3p. to 4a., used together on piece with backdated ''MAFIA/JA 23/1915'' c.d.s.'s, 3p. has another handstamp in margin, fine. B.P.A. certificate (1990). S.G. M43-M49, cat. 1,120. Photo.
1137 £140
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 5 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 1a. aniline carmine, in a fine mint block of four from the lower right corner of the sheet. S.G. M45. B.P.A. certificate. (1993). Photo.
1138 £280
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 5 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on I.E.F. 2a., 2a.6p. and 3a used on 1917 (Aug. 28) envelope to England, tied by Zanzibar squared circles and with circular ''PASSED BY CENSOR'' cachet. S.G. M46, 47, 48. Photo.
1139 £380
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Sept.) Type 5 ''G.R./POST/MAFIA'' handstamp on K.U.T. 1912-21 1c., 3c., 6c., 75c. and 1r., unused, possibly of ''souvenir'' status. Photo.
1140 £250
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: Postal Stationery: 1915 India 1a. postcard with type 5 ''G.R./Post/MAFIA'' handstamp, fine unused. Photo.
1144 £280
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: Postal Stationery: 1915 (Jan. 23) German East Africa 71/2h. postcard with type 5 ''G.R./Post/MAFIA'' handstamp, cancelled to order by ''MAFIA'' c.d.s. Photo.
1153 | £2300
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915-16 a collection in an album, incl. 1915 (Sept.) 3p. and 1/2a. unused with B.P.A. certificate (1994), 1916 (Oct.) with type M5 handstamp 1/2a. green used, 1a. unused strip of three, 2a. unused with B.P.A. certificate (1993), 21/2a. mint with B.P.A. certificate (1993), few later covers, forgeries for reference, etc., mixed condition. (few 100's).
1154 | £220
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915-16 a collection of forgeries in an album, incl. types M4 and M5, some with certificates, etc. (46).
1158 £60
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1912 (Sept. 12) p.p.c. of Aden from Mafia, franked by German East Africa 21/2h. (2) cancelled ''DARESSALAM'' c.d.s. Photo.
1159 £220
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1915 (Nov. 26) piece, bearing India I.E.F. 3p. to 1r. (ten values), tied by ''F.P.O. No. 322'' c.d.s.'s with two strikes of the circular ''O.H.B.M.S./MAFIA'' in violet. Photo.
1160 | £780
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: Cancellations: India ''I.E.F.'' overprint selection with Mafia cancellations, incl., 3a. block of four with ''MAFIA/16 OC/16'' (''OC'' inverted) c.d.s., with B.P.A. certificate (1993), 8a. with ''MAFIA/28 OC/16'' c.d.s. in blue, 1r. with ''MAFIA/17 NO/16'' c.d.s. with B.P.A. certificate (1990), etc. (119)
1161 £880
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1916 (Oct. 16) Indian I.E.F. stationery card to London, additionally franked 3p., 1/2a. and 1a. cancelled by ''MAFIA/26 OC.16'' c.d.s.'s in blue. The card is written by Tommy Allen (stamp dealer) proving his presence in Mafia, who later stated that the handstamp was individually applied by the person marking the letter if required and was not carried out as a mass overprinting. A scarce, interesting item. Photo.
1163 £260
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1916 (Nov. 16) envelope to Dar-es-Salam, franked by Indian I.E.F. 1a., tied by ''MAFIA'' c.d.s. in blue, has ''OPENED/under/MARTIAL LAW'' label, with ''PASSED CENSOR'' cachet, some cover faults but a rare item. Photo.
1171 | £60
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1917 (Mar. 27) envelope, registered to Bombay, franked by Indian I.E.F. 1a. and 2a. tied by ''F.P.O. No. 343'' c.d.s., also 1916 (Oct. 17) ''Wilson'' registered cover franked by I.E.F. 3p., 1/2a., 1a. and 2a. with ''F.P.O. No. 343'' c.d.s.'s.
1173 £110
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1917 (Dec. 12) postcard to Germany, bearing India I.E.F. 1a., tied by circular ''PASSED CENSOR/C'' cachet in violet. Photo.
1174 £110
Tanganyika: Mafia Island: 1919 (May) large O.H.M.S. envelope to Switzerland, endorsed ''Registered'', ''MAFIA R-85'', on reverse has Zanzibar, Marseille and Basel, transit and receiving marks, unusual. Photo.
1179 £190
Tanganyika: 1917-21 50r. carmine and green mint, a couple of tiny adhesions on reverse otherwise fine. S.G. 62, cat. 500. Photo.
1180 £50
Tanganyika: 1927-31 1s. to 1 all overprinted ''SPECIMEN'', fine and fresh with gum. S.G. 102s-107s. Photo.
1181 £380
Tanganyika: A mint K.G.V selection on leaves incl. 1917-21 G.E.A. to 20r., 3r. in a bottom margin block of four with one showing round stop after ''E'' variety, 1921 to 5r., and 1927-31 to 1, mainly fine. (46). Photo.
1182 | £250
Tonga: A mint collection on leaves, 1886 to 1969, incl. 1886-88 perf. 121/2 2d., 6d. (toned), 1s., perf. 12 x 111/2 6d., 1s., 1897 to 2s.6d. (2), 5s. (2) with wmk. varieties, some without gum, 1/2d. imperf. printer's sample in orange on card, 1953 to 1, etc., varied condition. (120).
1190 £1600
Trinidad: 1863-80 Watermark Crown CC perf. 121/2 (1d.) rose, tied by ''1'' cancellation and 6d. emerald-green (small fault) tied by ''TOO LATE'' handstamp on 1867 (Aug. 24) printed circular to Guadeloupe, with Trinidad Paid c.d.s. alongside, an attractive franking of the 1d. printed matter rate and 6d. for late fee. S.G. 69b, 72. Ex Ramkissoon. Photo.
1191 £480
Trinidad: 1863-80 Watermark Crown CC perf. 121/2 (1d.) scarlet and 6d. apple-green used on 1872 (Nov. 20) entire letter to France, each neatly cancelled by Trinidad double arc datestamp, most attractive. S.G. 69c, 72c. Photo.
1192 £600
Trinidad: 1863-80 Watermark Crown CC perf. 121/2 (1d.) carmine, horizontal pair used on 1871 (Nov. 24) Prices Current to France, tied by single strike of the double arc datestamp, with Trinidad Paid and circular framed ''PD'' in red, very fine and attractive. S.G. 69d. Ex Ramkissoon. Photo.
1193 £580
Trinidad: 1863-80 Watermark Crown CC perf. 121/2 (1d.) carmine, fine used on 1874 (Dec. 26) entire letter to Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela, tied by Trinidad double arc datestamp with additional strike alongside, a scarce franking. S.G. 69d. Ex Marriott. Photo.
1196 £680
Trinidad: 1863-80 Watermark Crown CC perf. 121/2 4d. grey and 1s. chrome-yellow, fine used on 1873 (Feb. 26) envelope, registered to England, tied by Trinidad double arc datestamps, with Trinidad Paid c.d.s., straight line ''REGISTERED'' and London oval registered datestamps, all in red, a most attractive item. S.G. 71, 74. Photo.
1198 £480
Trinidad: 1863-80 Watermark Crown CC perf. 121/2 6d. yellow-green horizontal pair and 1s. lilac-rose on separate envelopes from the same correspondence, both cancelled double arc datestamp and with Trinidad Paid c.d.s., attractive. S.G. 72b, 73a. Ex Marriott. Photo.
1206 £800
Trinidad: 1876 Watermark Crown CC perf. 14 (1d.) lake, 4d. grey and 6d. yellow-green, each handstamped ''SPECIMEN'' (type D8), the 6d. with some clipped perfs at left, otherwise fine without gum. S.G. 75s-77s. Ex Hurlock and Marriott. Photo.
1207 £280
Trinidad: 1876 Watermark Crown CC perf. 14 (1d.) lake, bisected and used on 1884 (Mar. 31) ''Printed Matter Only'' envelope locally used in Port of Spain, tied by Trinidad c.d.s. with another strike alongside, fine and scarce. S.G. 75a. Ex Ramkissoon. Photo.
1224 £2800
Trinidad: 1896-1906 Britannia issue, 4d. handpainted essay in an unissued design, beautifully executed in mauve and olive-green with lettering in Chinese white, on tracing paper (31x 35mm.) and affixed to card (90 x 115mm.) marked ''Design 1'' and dated ''July 29.95''. Ex Marriott. Photo.
1226 £480
Trinidad: 1896-1906 Britannia issue, 1/2d. to 5s. in blocks of four, 10s. and 1 singles, all corner examples with plate numbers, mainly fine mint. S.G. 114-124. Photo.
1227 £1600
Trinidad: 1896-1906 Britannia issue, unissued 3d. imperforate colour trial in dull purple, with handpainted value tablet in brown and Chinese white, affixed to De La Rue ''Appendix'' piece (144 x 130mm) dated ''Octr. 2nd.1899'', very rare. Ex Ramkissoon. Photo.
1230 £1600
Trinidad: 1896-1906 Britannia issue, unissued 3d. on 5d. dull purple and mauve, fine fresh mint example, very rare. Cat. 3,000. Ex Marriott. Photo.
1231 £3200
Trinidad: 1896-1906 Britannia issue, 5d. imperforate colour trials (4) in dull purple and mauve, two surcharged ''THREE PENCE'' in red and black, and two surcharged ''3d.'' in black and red, all affixed to ''Appendix'' sheet (140 x 254), dated ''Oct. 13th. 1899'' and initialled and dated ''17/10'', a rare item. Ex Marriott. Photo.
1233 £3200
Trinidad: 1896-1906 Britannia issue, 10s. handpainted essay of a rejected design, beautifully executed in green and red with some of the inscription and design in Chinese white, on tracing paper (38 x 55mm.) and affixed to card (90 x 115mm.), marked ''Design II'' and dated ''July 29.95''. B.P.A. certificate (2002). Ex Marriott. Photo.
1238 £95
Trinidad: Incoming Mail: 1874 (Dec. 9) entire from Nantes, France, sent care of Harriman & Co., Port of Spain, bearing 1871 25c. blue strip of four (faults), cancelled by ''2602'', with London Paid c.d.s. in red, Trinidad double arc datestamp. Ex Ramkissoon. Photo.
1240 £2200
Trinidad and Tobago: Tobago: 1879 (Aug.) watermarked Crown CC 1 mauve, unused, part original gum, a fresh example of this rare stamp. R.P.S. (1976) and B.P.A. (1986) certificates. S.G. 6, cat. 4,250.
1241 £580
Trinidad and Tobago: Tobago: 1880 (Nov.) manuscript ''1d'' on half of 6d. orange, vertical strip of three, fiscally used on piece, fine. The largest recorded multiple of this rare provisional. S.G. 7. Ex Ramkissoon. Photo.
1245 | £100
Trinidad and Tobago: Tobago: 1886-89 ''1/2 PENNY'' on 6d. stone, three blocks (6 x 4 comprising two blocks of twelve settings) [pos. 25-48], [13-36] and [37-60], one in each showing wide space, mainly fine mint. S.G. 27, a.
1250 | £260
Trinidad and Tobago: A mint collection on leaves, 1913 to 1967, incl. 1913-23 shades to 5s. (2), 1 (2), also Trinidad 1901-06 5s., 1921-22 to 1, 1938-44 to $4.80, etc., mainly fine with some unmounted. (84).
1251 | £160
Turks and Caicos Islands: A mint collection from 1905 to 1968 on leaves incl. 1909-11 to 3s. (2 sets), 1913-21 shades to 3s., 1938-45 to 10s., 1957-60 to 1, etc., mainly fine, many unmounted. (153).
1253 £520
Zanzibar: A mint collection on leaves, 1898 to 1963, incl. 1898 to 8a., 1899-1901 1/2a. to 5r. overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' with gum, 1904 1/2a. to 5r. overprinted ''SPECIMEN'' with gum, 1908-09 1c. to 75c. imperf. plate proofs, mostly without gum, 1914-22 to 10r., 1921-29 to 30r. (2r. to 5r. overprinted ''SPECIMEN''), etc., mainly fine, some unmounted. (115).
1505 £880
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 4m. yellow-green in a mint block of ten (5 x 2) from the lower left corner of the sheet with ''A/26'' control, the unique block with screen sloping down, fine. Photo.
1506 £500
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 4m. yellow-green in a mint block of four from the lower left corner of the sheet with ''A/26'' control, screen is sloping up, fine.
1507 | £170
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 4m. yellow-green in two mint blocks of four and single from the lower left corner of the sheet with ''A/26'' controls with faint horizontal screens, scarce.
1510 | £250
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 5m. (3), 10m. red (2) 10m. violet, 13m., imperforate from the ''Royal'' printing with ''CANCELLED'' on reverse.
1512 | £190
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 5m. type IV mint block of 18 (6 x 3) in an unusual shade, possibly due to overinking, with the design of the stamps clearly showing through on the reverse, fine with majority unmounted, also a right margin pair with a faint offset on reverse.
1513 £160
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 5m. type IV in a mint lower left corner block of 32 (8 x 4) with control ''A/34'', second pane, the fourth and fifth columns with double perforations, some hinge strengthening otherwise fine, scarce. Photo.
1521 | £1350
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 5m., a comprehensive study of the value written up in an album, mint and used with examples of the different die negative types and sub-types, incl. control singles and blocks, booklet stamps and panes incl. inverted wmks., flaws, multipositive marks, doctor blade flaws, shades, some covers, etc., mainly fine. (approx. 190 items).
1522 | £320
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 13m. rose in a complete sheet (10 x 10) with watermark inverted, control ''A/32'', unique.
1523 | £110
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 15m. blue die negative type 1 block of four and single, type 2 block of four and type 3 block of six, fine mint.
1524 | £260
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 15m. ultramarine (2), 15m. purple and 20m. blue, imperforate from the ''Royal'' printing with ''CANCELLED'' on reverse.
1525 | £140
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 15m. two shades, 15m. purple in blocks of four, also 15m. purple imperforate block of four from ''Royal'' printing with ''CANCELLED'' on reverse.
1529 | £120
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 200m. violet, control blocks of four comprising ''A/35'' (2, only 300 sheets printed) and ''A/37'' (2), fine.
1531 £350
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 500m. brown and greenish blue (all photogravure) in a fine mint block of four from the lower left corner of the sheet, with ''A/27'' control, fine. Photo.
1532 | £290
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 500m. brown and greenish-blue, control blocks of four both with ''A/29'' controls, also two blocks of six with ''A/29'' (9 inverted in B/29), mainly fine.
1533 £300
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 500m. brown and greenish blue in a fine mint block of four from the lower left corner of the sheet, with ''A/29'' control, fine.
1534 £300
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 500m. brown and greenish blue in a fine mint block of four from the lower left corner of the sheet, with ''A/30'' control, fine.
1535 £260
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 500m. brown and greenish blue in a fine mint block of four from the lower left corner of the sheet, with ''A/34'' control, fine.
1537 £580
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 500m. brown and greenish blue, imperforate from the ''Royal'' printing with ''CANCELLED'' on reverse from the foot of the sheet. Photo.
1538 £300
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 500m. brown and greenish blue, imperforate from the ''Royal'' printing with ''CANCELLED'' on reverse from the right of the sheet. Photo.
1539 £500
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 500m. bistre-brown and greenish blue, in a rare used vertical control ''A/35'' strip of five from the left of the sheet. Photo.
1540 £380
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 500m. bistre-brown and greenish blue, imperforate from the ''Royal'' printing with ''CANCELLED'' on reverse.
1541 £350
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 E1 deep green and deep brown, fine mint block of four from the lower left corner of the sheet with ''A/27'' control, one showing closed ''U'' flaw, fine. Photo.
1542 £700
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 E1 deep green and deep brown, fine mint block of four from the lower left corner of the sheet with ''A/27'' control, fine.
1543 £260
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 E1 deep green and deep brown, fine mint block of four from the lower left corner of the sheet with ''a/35'' control. Photo.
1544 £950
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 E1 deep green and deep brown, imperforate from the ''Royal'' printing with ''CANCELLED'' on reverse, fine. Photo.
1545 | £1800
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 a mint written up collection/study of control blocks of four or six in an album and on leaves, incl. 2m. black four blocks with ''A/26'' controls with horizontal screens, 20m. ultramarine incl. four blocks with ''A/33'' (2) and ''A/34'' (2), 50m. bluish-green incl. two blocks with ''A/27'' controls, 200m. two blocks with ''A/27'' controls, 100m. lilac incl. blocks with ''A/26'', ''A/27 (2), ''A/29'' controls, etc. (100's).
1546 | £1800
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1927-37 a written up collection in two albums, incl. ''Royal'' printings with 1m. orange (2), 2m. black, 3m. deep green (2), 3m. deep brown, 4m. pale brown, 4m. deep green (2), 10m. deep red (3), 10m. violet block of four, 15m. deep blue, green (2), 40m. sepia, 50m. greenish-blue misperfd block of four, control blocks, shades, cancellations, flaws, covers, etc. (100's).
1547 | £200
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: Booklets and booklet panes: 5m. red-brown, 10m. red and 15m. ultramarine in booklet panes of six with inverted watermarks, some clipped perfs, otherwise fine.
1548 £170
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: Booklets and booklet panes: 5m. red-brown, 10m. red and 15m. ultramarine in booklet panes of six with ''A/30'' controls, some clipped perfs, otherwise fine.
1549 | £260
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: Booklets and booklet panes: 5m. red-brown booklet pane of six with inverted watermark and ''A/26'' control, also block of four.
1550 £980
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: Booklets and booklet panes: 5m. red-brown, 10m. red and 15m. ultramarine in horizontal tte-bche strips of four with interval margin, and with inverted watermarks, scarce. Photo.
1552 £600
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: Booklets and booklet panes: 5m. red-brown, 10m. red and 15m. ultramarine in horizontal strips of four with tte-bche pairs, 5m. has inverted watermark, fine and scarce. Photo.
1553 £1500
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: Booklets and booklet panes: 5m. red-brown in an imperforate block (6 x 2) from the lower left corner of the sheet with ''A/31'' control, showing two tte-bche pairs, from ''Royal'' printing with ''CANCELLED'' on reverse. Photo.
1554 £800
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: Booklets and booklet panes: 5m. red-brown, 10m. red and 15m. ultramarine in imperforate tte-bche pairs from ''Royal'' printing with ''CANCELLED'' on reverse, rare.
1555 £800
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: Booklets and booklet panes: 5m. red-brown in an imperforate block (5 x 2) from the lower left corner of the sheet with ''A/34'' control, showing two tte-bche pairs, from ''Royal'' printing with ''CANCELLED'' on reverse. Photo.
1556 £650
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: Booklets and booklet panes: 5m. red-brown in an imperforate block (5 x 2) from the lower left corner of the sheet with ''A/32'' control, showing two tte-bche pairs, from ''Royal'' printing with ''CANCELLED'' on reverse.
1558 £100
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: Booklets and Booklet Panes: 5m. type V booklet pane of six with ''A/35'' control, fine unmounted mint. Photo.
1565 £300
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: Booklets and Booklet Panes: 1930-35 210m. booklet, each pane with ''A/30'' control numbers, 5m. panes are type V with the first pane inverted wmk., second pane normal, mainly good perfs., tone spots on first pane otherwise fine.
1567 £300
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: Booklets and Booklet Panes: 1930-35 210m. booklet, each pane with ''A/30'' control numbers, 5m. panes are type V both with normal upright watermarks, tone spots on first 5m. and 15m. panes otherwise fine with good perfs.
1568 £300
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: Booklets and Booklet Panes: 1930-35 210m. booklet, each pane with ''A/30'' control numbers, 5m. panes are type V both with inverted watermarks (normally upright), tone spots on first 5m. and 15m. panes otherwise fine, mixed perfs.
1571 £600
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: Booklets and booklet panes: 1930-35 210m. booklet, 5m. panes are type V, with upright watermarks, and ''A/32'' controls. fine.
1572 £500
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: Booklets and booklet panes: 1930-35 210m. booklet, 5m. panes are type V, with upright watermarks, and ''A/35'' controls, first pane with a few tone spots, otherwise fine.
1573 £450
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: Booklets and booklet panes: 1930-35 210m. booklet, late production with different wording, ''Egyptian Postal Administration'' replaces ''Post Office'', manually assembled stamps have been place upside down.
1574 | £580
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: Booklets and Booklet Panes: A collection on leaves incl. 5m. type IVa panes and part panes mint and used, inverted wmks., booklet stamps both types III and IVa used on covers, 10m. covers (2), one late useage in 1940 with censor mark, 15m. on 1939 late useage cover with censor mark, etc., mainly fine. (21 items).
1576 | £60
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1930 Document for a teacher, bearing 5m. red-brown booklet pane of six tied by blue crayon marks.
1579 | £60
The Keith Pogson Collection of Egypt: 1936 p.p.c. to Roumania, franked by 4m. green, with scarce Roumania Steamship cancel.