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Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1345 O 96a 96a, 1867 25m Blue and rose, Frame Inverted, used, light bar cancellation, warm rich colors, small faults including light thinning , trivial stain at right and a rounded
corner at bottom right, nonetheless this is still a highly collectible exam#96a, 1867 25m Blue and rose, Frame Inverted, used, light bar cancellation, warm rich colors, small faults including light thinning , trivial stain at right and a rounded corner at bottom right, nonetheless this is still a highly collectible example of this world-class rarity; the only certified "genuine" used example we have ever encountered; 1969 RPS certificate (showing corner perforation tips intact before they became rounded) (Michel #88 var.). (Image) $50,000.00

SOLD for $4,000.00
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1346 ogbl 174b 174b, 1872 14c Ultramarine, complete (1c) block of four, top left stamp with Inverted Cliche, choice mint example of this truly rare error, huge balanced margins all around,
fresh color, o.g., extremely fine signed Galves and accompanied by a#174b, 1872 1/4c Ultramarine, complete (1c) block of four, top left stamp with Inverted Cliche, choice mint example of this truly rare error, huge balanced margins all around, fresh color, o.g., extremely fine; signed Galves and accompanied by a 1985 Francisco Graus certificate (Michel #109K; €2,000). (Image) $1,800.00

SOLD for $1,100.00
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1347 ogbl 221Ae 221Ae, 1876 14c Green, complete (1c) block of four, top left stamp with Inverted Cliche, a handsome example of this, which is the rarest of the inverted varieties found on
this unusual issue, four huge margins, strong rich color, o.g., small h.#221Ae, 1876 1/4c Green, complete (1c) block of four, top left stamp with Inverted Cliche, a handsome example of this, which is the rarest of the inverted varieties found on this unusual issue, four huge margins, strong rich color, o.g., small h.r.'s, just the faintest trace of toning in the extreme top margin, still very fine and choice (Michel #165KI; €1,100). (Image) $1,000.00+

SOLD for $625.00
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1348 og 637a 637a, 1937 1P Blue and orange, Center Inverted, pristine mint example, wonderfully bright colors, well centered and margined, o.g., just the barest trace of hinging, very fine
only 200 were printed (Michel 784K Ç500).#637a, 1937 1P Blue and orange, Center Inverted, pristine mint example, wonderfully bright colors, well centered and margined, o.g., just the barest trace of hinging, very fine; only 200 were printed (Michel #784K; €500). (Image) $275.00

SOLD for $300.00
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SPANISH GUINEA
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1349 og 206a 206a, 1924 1P Dark violet and black Nipa House, Center Inverted, wonderfully fresh, near perfect centering, o.g., barest trace of hinging, extremely fine neat experts
handstamp.#206a, 1924 1P Dark violet and black Nipa House, Center Inverted, wonderfully fresh, near perfect centering, o.g., barest trace of hinging, extremely fine; neat expert's handstamp. (Image) $275.00

SOLD for $700.00
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SUDAN
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1350 O 84a 84a, 1948 10m Black and carmine Arab Postman, Center Inverted, the used example offered here is the discovery copy of this important rarity, and it has served as the listing
copy for both the Scott and Stanley Gibbons catalogs, however neither c#84a, 1948 10m Black and carmine Arab Postman, Center Inverted, the used example offered here is the discovery copy of this important rarity, and it has served as the listing copy for both the Scott and Stanley Gibbons catalogs, however neither catalog has attempted to price it, neat portion of c.d.s. postmark dated 1951, strong rich colors, minute tear at top, otherwise fine; given its unique status, this is an essential stamp for any serious collection of inverted stamps of the world; 1961 BPA certificate (S.G. #101a). (Image) Est. $10,000-15,000

SOLD for $45,000.00
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SWEDEN
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1351 E 65E 65E, 1900 1K King Oscar, imperforate plate essay, Center Inverted, two examples, one in orange and blue, and the other in brown and blue, each with large margins all around,
extremely fine very scarce essays a similar pair of essays realized $#65E, 1900 1K King Oscar, imperforate plate essay, Center Inverted, two examples, one in orange and blue, and the other in brown and blue, each with large margins all around, extremely fine; very scarce essays; a similar pair of essays realized $550.00, plus the buyer's premium, in our September 2002 sale of Peter Balner's collection of inverted centers of the world (Facit #60E). (imagea) (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $400.00
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SWITZERLAND
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1352 p 44a 44a, 1862-64 10c Blue, Double Embossing, One Inverted, one of the few known recorded examples of this rarity, being an exceptionally well centered copy and tied to a small
piece by a light central town c.d.s., deep rich color, some mild toning t#44a, 1862-64 10c Blue, Double Embossing, One Inverted, one of the few known recorded examples of this rarity, being an exceptionally well centered copy and tied to a small piece by a light central town c.d.s., deep rich color, some mild toning to the stamp caused by the cancellation ink, still very fine; the first example we had the pleasure to see, let alone offer in our auctions; signed H. Bloch (Zumstein #31.2.01) (Image) $8,000.00

SOLD for $1,450.00
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1353 O 55b 55b, 1867-78 25c Blue green, Double Embossing, One Inverted, choice used example of this scarce variety, deep rich color, attractively centered, neat portion of town c.d.s.
dated 1880, very fine signed A. Diena (Zumstein 40.2.01)#55b, 1867-78 25c Blue green, Double Embossing, One Inverted, choice used example of this scarce variety, deep rich color, attractively centered, neat portion of town c.d.s. dated 1880, very fine; signed A. Diena (Zumstein #40.2.01) (Image) $575.00

SOLD for $400.00
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1354 og 60a 60a, 1881 2c Bister on granite paper, Double Embossing, One Inverted, wonderfully fresh, bright color, unusually well centered, o.g., lightly hinged, very fine and choice 1941
Zumstein certificate (Zumstein 44.2.01).#60a, 1881 2c Bister on granite paper, Double Embossing, One Inverted, wonderfully fresh, bright color, unusually well centered, o.g., lightly hinged, very fine and choice; 1941 Zumstein certificate (Zumstein #44.2.01). (Image) $350.00

SOLD for $120.00
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1355 ogO J1/34 J134, 18781909 Postage Due collection of largely Inverted Frame varieties, a highly specialized accumulation of over 100 mint and used stamps, the vast majority showing
inverted frames on the early postage due stamps of Switzerland, included w#J1/34, 1878/1909 Postage Due collection of largely Inverted Frame varieties, a highly specialized accumulation of over 100 mint and used stamps, the vast majority showing inverted frames on the early postage due stamps of Switzerland, included within the group are a number of very scarce and high cataloging mint stamps just simply as the normal frame varieties, including a complete mint set of the 1878-80 first postage due series (catalog $1,827.00), we also note mint singles of the 20c, 50c and 100c 1882-83 granite paper stamps (catalog $3,600.00), the complete 1883-84 series mint (catalog $1,492.00), etc., the same series will also be found used (not necessarily complete), all selected over the years by Mr. Cunliffe for their elusive inverted frames, mint stamps with o.g., some small flaws found, but most are fine-very fine; catalogs well in excess of $8,500.00 just as "normal" stamps. (Image) Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $2,200.00
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TONGA
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1356 og 47a 47a, 1897 7 12p Green and black King George II, Center Inverted, a highly select mint example of this rare and popular inverted center, without any of the toning so often
found on most existing copies, brilliantly fresh, prooflike colors and im#47a, 1897 7 1/2p Green and black King George II, Center Inverted, a highly select mint example of this rare and popular inverted center, without any of the toning so often found on most existing copies, brilliantly fresh, prooflike colors and impressions on bright paper, well centered, o.g., lightly hinged, very fine and exceedingly choice; only one sheet of 60 containing the inverted center was printed, with this being among the finest available; a key stamp for the Tonga specialist or for the collector of inverted centers of the world (S.G. #48a; £4,750). (Image) $5,500.00

SOLD for $5,500.00
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TRANSVAAL
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1357 og B & H #83a Barefoot & Hall 83a, 1902 26 King Edward VII revenue, Center Inverted, large well balanced margins, fresh colors, o.g., some natural minor gum creasing, still very fine a
scarce revenue error.Barefoot & Hall #83a, 1902 2/6 King Edward VII revenue, Center Inverted, large well balanced margins, fresh colors, o.g., some natural minor gum creasing, still very fine; a scarce revenue error. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $475.00
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1358 ogbl B & H #83a Barefoot & Hall 83a, 1902 26 King Edward VII revenue, Center Inverted, a very rare block of four of this error, the first such multiple we have seen, near perfect centering,
strong fresh colors, o.g., minor h.r.s, some natural gum creasing, feBarefoot & Hall #83a, 1902 2/6 King Edward VII revenue, Center Inverted, a very rare block of four of this error, the first such multiple we have seen, near perfect centering, strong fresh colors, o.g., minor h.r.'s, some natural gum creasing, few separated perforations at bottom center, very fine appearance. (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,700.00
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1359 og B & H #84a Barefoot & Hall 84a, 1902 5- King Edward VII revenue, Center Inverted, deep luxuriant colors, o.g., nearly very fine and quite scarce.Barefoot & Hall #84a, 1902 5/- King Edward VII revenue, Center Inverted, deep luxuriant colors, o.g., nearly very fine and quite scarce. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $750.00
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UGANDA
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1360 Obl 54 54, 1896 1a Black typeset issue, thin 1 of 1 Anna, overprinted L, tete-beche block of four, used, top pair (positions 3 and 4) inverted and shows dropped O of POSTAGE, bottom
pair normal (positions 1 and 2), mostly large margins, excep#54, 1896 1a Black typeset issue, thin "1" of "1 Anna", overprinted "L", tete-beche block of four, used, top pair (positions 3 and 4) inverted and shows dropped "O" of "POSTAGE", bottom pair normal (positions 1 and 2), mostly large margins, except closer at bottom right, neat strikes of Kampala 1899 c.d.s., small thinning, very fine appearance; a very scarce and unusual multiple (S.G. #70; as four singles £680+). (Image) as four singles $700.00+

SOLD for $850.00
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1361 c 54a, 56-59 54a, 56-59, 1896 1a, 3a, 4a, 8a and 1R Black typeset issue, overprinted L, five different values, including the rare 1a with small O in POSTAGE variety, in addition the 4a
displays the dropped O of POSTAGE variety, all neatly tied#54a, 56-59, 1896 1a, 3a, 4a, 8a and 1R Black typeset issue, overprinted "L", five different values, including the rare 1a with small "O" in "POSTAGE" variety, in addition the 4a displays the dropped "O" of "POSTAGE" variety, all neatly tied to small locally addressed cover by superb strikes of "Masindi/De 1/98" c.d.s. (the first day of use of this datestamp), each stamp also cancelled (as typical) by "C.H.U.P." manuscript initials, most stamps, including the key 1a and 1R are well margined, very fine (S.G. #70a, 72-75; as used stamps £2,210+). (Image) as used stamps $2,250.00+

SOLD for $3,250.00
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1362 c 61, 64-68 61, 64-68, 1896 1a (thin 1), 3a, 4a, 8a, 1R and 5R Black typeset issue, without overprint, six different values tied to business sized cover prepared by Major Charles Price,
Government Official in charge at Masindi, each cancelled by an excell#61, 64-68, 1896 1a (thin "1"), 3a, 4a, 8a, 1R and 5R Black typeset issue, without overprint, six different values tied to business sized cover prepared by Major Charles Price, Government Official in charge at Masindi, each cancelled by an excellent strike of "Masindi/De 1/98" c.d.s. (which is the first day of use of this datestamp), stamps also cancelled with small "C.H.U.P." initials, all stamps with large to huge margins, very fine and scarce (S.G. #54, 57-61). (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $1,100.00
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1363 Obl 62, 62a 62, 62a, 1896 1a Black (thick 1) typeset issue, a most unusual used multiple containing two full settings of sixteen each, tete-beche (inverted) to one another and separated
by a wide gutter, position 9 of each setting being the small O#62, 62a, 1896 1a Black (thick "1") typeset issue, a most unusual used multiple containing two full settings of sixteen each, tete-beche (inverted) to one another and separated by a wide gutter, position 9 of each setting being the small "O" of "POSTAGE" variety, in addition position 4 in each setting is the dropped "O" of "POSTAGE" variety, affixed to original piece, large margins, multiple strikes of "Kikurgu/Ju 3/98" squared circle postmarks, light vertical fold through gutter, as well as two vertical folds at left and right, small corner creasing, overall very fine appearance and scarce (S.G. #55, 55a). (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $800.00
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1364 c 62, 64 62, 64, 1869 1a (thick 1) and 3a Black typeset issues, without overprint, tied to rare non-philatelic cover to London, England, along with British East Africa 5a adhesive, by
two strikes of Kampala28 No98 c.d.s., Mombasa transit and arriva#62, 64, 1869 1a (thick "1") and 3a Black typeset issues, without overprint, tied to rare non-philatelic cover to London, England, along with British East Africa 5a adhesive, by two strikes of "Kampala/28 No/98" c.d.s., Mombasa transit and arrival c.d.s. on reverse, stamps well margined, some edge wear, fine (S.G. #55, 57). (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $1,500.00
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