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Joseph M. Mahfood Collection of Jamaica continued...

1921-29 PICTORIALS WATERMARKED MULTIPLE SCRIPT CA continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1281 TC SG 98TC S.G. 98TC, 1922 6d Trial color proof in sepia and magenta on thick paper, thinned spot, extremely fine appearance ex-De La Rue Archives (Scott 95TC).S.G. #98TC, 1922 6d Trial color proof in sepia and magenta on thick paper, thinned spot, extremely fine appearance; ex-De La Rue Archives (Scott #95TC). (Image) Est. $150-200

SOLD for $170.00
Will close during Public Auction
1282 TC SG 98TC S.G. 98TC, 1922 6d Trial color proof in sepia and magenta, overprinted SPECIMEN, very fine (Scott 95TC).S.G. #98TC, 1922 6d Trial color proof in sepia and magenta, overprinted "SPECIMEN", very fine (Scott #95TC). (Image) Est. $150-200

SOLD for $280.00
Will close during Public Auction
1283 E   1922 8d Ferry Inn unissued design, composite photographic essay, the vignette slightly touched-up in black, affixed to 114x89mm card dated 26th July 22, fresh and extremely
fine ex-De La Rue Archives.1922 8d Ferry Inn unissued design, composite photographic essay, the vignette slightly touched-up in black, affixed to 114x89mm card dated "26th July '22", fresh and extremely fine; ex-De La Rue Archives. (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1284 E   1922 8d Ferry Inn unissued design, composite photographic essay, the vignette slightly touched-up in black, similar to the previous lot but the frame darker, shading beneath
Jamaica, foreground with more detail, etc., affixed to 114x89mm card d1922 8d Ferry Inn unissued design, composite photographic essay, the vignette slightly touched-up in black, similar to the previous lot but the frame darker, shading beneath "Jamaica", foreground with more detail, etc., affixed to 114x89mm card dated "29th Sept '22" and lettered "B", very fine; ex-De La Rue Archives. (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
1285 S SG 91s-103s S.G. 91s-103s, 1921-29 ½d-10- Pictorials, overprinted SPECIMEN cplt. set of thirteen, o.g., l.h. or h.r., fresh and fine-very fine (Scott 88-100s).S.G. #91s-103s, 1921-29 ½d-10/- Pictorials, overprinted "SPECIMEN" cplt. set of thirteen, o.g., l.h. or h.r., fresh and fine-very fine (Scott #88-100s). (Image) £250

SOLD for $100.00
Will close during Public Auction
1286 og/nhbl SG 93x S.G. 93x, 1921 1½d Green, watermark reversed, fresh right sheet-margin mint block of four, excellent centering, o.g., l.h., bottom left stamp n.h., bottom right stamp with a
small tear, otherwise extremely fine ex-Cameron (Scott 90 var.).S.G. #93x, 1921 1½d Green, watermark reversed, fresh right sheet-margin mint block of four, excellent centering, o.g., l.h., bottom left stamp n.h., bottom right stamp with a small tear, otherwise extremely fine; ex-Cameron (Scott #90 var.). (Image) £128+

SOLD for $85.00
Will close during Public Auction
1287 og SG 100 var. S.G. 100 var., 1922 2- Light blue and brown, imperforate between stamp and sheet selvage, bottom sheet-margin vertical pair, imperforate at bottom, o.g., l.h., very fine and
scarce (Scott 97 var.).S.G. #100 var., 1922 2/- Light blue and brown, imperforate between stamp and sheet selvage, bottom sheet-margin vertical pair, imperforate at bottom, o.g., l.h., very fine and scarce (Scott #97 var.). (Image) Est. $200-300

SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
1288 og SG 100 var. S.G. 100 var., 1922 2- Light blue and brown, imperforate between stamp and sheet selvage, bottom sheet-margin vertical pair, imperforate at bottom, brownish o.g., l.h., very
fine and scarce (Scott 97 var.).S.G. #100 var., 1922 2/- Light blue and brown, imperforate between stamp and sheet selvage, bottom sheet-margin vertical pair, imperforate at bottom, brownish o.g., l.h., very fine and scarce (Scott #97 var.). (Image) Est. $200-300

SOLD for $290.00
Will close during Public Auction
1289 og SG 103 var. S.G. 103 var., 1922 10- Myrtle-green, major double transfer, mint single showing a double transfer of the denomination and the words Supreme Lord in the bottom margin, o.g.,
l.h., very fine and rare (Scott 100 var.).S.G. #103 var., 1922 10/- Myrtle-green, major double transfer, mint single showing a double transfer of the denomination and the words "Supreme Lord" in the bottom margin, o.g., l.h., very fine and rare (Scott #100 var.). (Image) Est. $200-300

SOLD for $160.00
Will close during Public Auction
1923 CHILD WELFARE ISSUE
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1290 E SG 104-06E S.G. 104-06E, 1923 Child Welfare issue unadopted designs, comprising of fifteen facsimile stamps affixed to three leaves, the first leaf with four photographic essays of a 1½d
value with a childs portrait at center, two hand-colored in green, bS.G. #104-06E, 1923 Child Welfare issue unadopted designs, comprising of fifteen facsimile stamps affixed to three leaves, the first leaf with four photographic essays of a 1½d value with a child's portrait at center, two hand-colored in green, by A.C. deSouza dated 22.10.22. with Crown Agent's comments: "The idea of this design has not been faithfully carried out. The white irregular frame of the vignette is intended to look life like. Attention is directed to the fact that two essays are shown above, one without foliate ornaments around the lower parts, right & left of the vignette and the other with this ornamentation." The second leaf, also with four 1d photographic essays by de Souza dated 2.11.22. depicting a child's face and palm tree bisected by a diagonal "Jamaica" inscription bears the comments: "This design is simple and effective, it portrays more of the island than the basic idea of the issue. If the portion of the words "Child Welfare" and "Jamaica" are interchanged or the value shown at the top in words or figures as it should be with "Jamaica" below, the appearance generally would be better. It is essential that the value be in figures, if the stamp is to have Postal Union status." The third leaf has seven 1d photographic essays, six of which are bi-colored, by a different artist, R.C.Hinriques, depicting two children with an angel and bears the comments "This design is rather too crowded to effectively convey the idea, and is not characteristic of Jamaica." An additional pencil notation reads "This design was selected by Sir Leslie Probyn as suitable for the C.W. Stamps but on account of the detail involved the Crown Agents selected the subjects which are seen on the stamps of the recent issue." very fine and unique; ex-De La Rue Archives (Scott #B1-3E). (Image) Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $3,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1291 E SG 104-06E S.G. 104-06E, 1923 Child Welfare issue, original photographs used for the engraved vignettes of the issued stamps, all three, 52x82mm, 45x66mm and 62x102mm respectively, each
mounted on card and signed by the photographer, Violet F. Taylor, andS.G. #104-06E, 1923 Child Welfare issue, original photographs used for the engraved vignettes of the issued stamps, all three, 52x82mm, 45x66mm and 62x102mm respectively, each mounted on card and signed by the photographer, Violet F. Taylor, and taken at her home in Goodwin Park, South Park Camp, Kingston, very fine; accompanied by a mint set of the issued stamps (Scott #B1-3E). (imagea) (imageb) (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
1292 S SG 104-06s S.G. 104-06s, 1923 ½d+½d to 2½d+½d Child Welfare, overprinted SPECIMEN. in red, two sets, one with horizontal overprints and the other right sheet-margin examples with
diagonal overprints, first set o.g., n.h., the other without gum as produceS.G. #104-06s, 1923 ½d+½d to 2½d+½d Child Welfare, overprinted "SPECIMEN." in red, two sets, one with horizontal overprints and the other right sheet-margin examples with diagonal overprints, first set o.g., n.h., the other without gum as produced, very fine; diagonal overprints ex-Bradbury Wilkinson Archives (Scott #B1-3s). (Image) £240+

SOLD for $575.00
Will close during Public Auction
1929-32 GEORGE V ISSUE
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1293 TC SG 108TC S.G. 108TC, 1929 1d Die I, Trial color die proof in ultramarine on proof paper with two guide lines at left, 32x28mm, fresh and very fine (Scott 103TC).S.G. #108TC, 1929 1d Die I, Trial color die proof in ultramarine on proof paper with two guide lines at left, 32x28mm, fresh and very fine (Scott #103TC). (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $850.00
Will close during Public Auction
1294 TC SG 108aTC S.G. 108aTC, 1932 1d Die II, Trial color die proof in ultramarine on proof paper, 27x29mm, fresh and very fine (Scott 103aTC).S.G. #108aTC, 1932 1d Die II, Trial color die proof in ultramarine on proof paper, 27x29mm, fresh and very fine (Scott #103aTC). (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $700.00
Will close during Public Auction
1295 P SG 109P S.G. 109P, 1929 1½d Chocolate, die proof, 28x32mm, affixed to Appendix page of De La Rue Working Day Book dated 6th November 1928JamaicaRegn 5662, marked Approved for Die,
initialed and dated 61128, very fine ex-De La Rue ArchivesS.G. #109P, 1929 1½d Chocolate, die proof, 28x32mm, affixed to "Appendix" page of De La Rue Working Day Book dated "6th November 1928/Jamaica/Regn 5662", marked "Approved for Die", initialed and dated "6/11/28", very fine; ex-De La Rue Archives (Scott #104P). (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
1296 P SG 108-10P S.G. 108-10P, 1929 1d-9d George V, imperforate imprimaturs on watermarked paper, each affixed to portion of De La Rue Working Day Book marked Approved for colour, initialed
and dated, very fine set ex-De La Rue Archives (Scott 103-05P).S.G. #108-10P, 1929 1d-9d George V, imperforate imprimaturs on watermarked paper, each affixed to portion of De La Rue Working Day Book marked "Approved for colour", initialed and dated, very fine set; ex-De La Rue Archives (Scott #103-05P). (imagea) (imageb) (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $3,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1297 Pbl SG 108aP S.G. 108aP, 1932 1d Scarlet, Die II, imperforate imprimatur on ungummed watermarked paper, block of four, top stamps with a light horizontal crease, otherwise very fine (Scott
103aP).S.G. #108aP, 1932 1d Scarlet, Die II, imperforate imprimatur on ungummed watermarked paper, block of four, top stamps with a light horizontal crease, otherwise very fine (Scott #103aP). (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
1932 PICTORIALS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1298 TC S.G. 112TC S.G. 112TC, 1932 2 ½d Trial color die proof in turquoise and violet on proof paper dated 29.5.31, 68x80mm, fresh and extremely fine (Scott 107TC).S.G. #112TC, 1932 2 ½d Trial color die proof in turquoise and violet on proof paper dated "29.5.31", 68x80mm, fresh and extremely fine (Scott #107TC). (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $5,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
1299 og SG 111a S.G. 111a, 1932 2d Black and green, imperforate between, left sheet-margin vertical pair, well centered, o.g., l.h., some light staining, otherwise very fine and rare (Scott
106a $6,500.00).S.G. #111a, 1932 2d Black and green, imperforate between, left sheet-margin vertical pair, well centered, o.g., l.h., some light staining, otherwise very fine and rare (Scott #106a; $6,500.00). (Image) £6,500

SOLD for $7,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1300 O SG 112a S.G. 112a, 1932 2½d Turquoise-blue and ultramarine, imperforate between, an exceedingly rare used vertical pair, well centered, good colors and neatly cancelled, light creases
and a pinhole, top stamp with some stained spots, very fine appearancS.G. #112a, 1932 2½d Turquoise-blue and ultramarine, imperforate between, an exceedingly rare used vertical pair, well centered, good colors and neatly cancelled, light creases and a pinhole, top stamp with some stained spots, very fine appearance; 1970 RPS certificate (Scott #107a; $15,000.00).An amazing used error pair rarity, despite the faults. A thorough search through significant offerings of Jamaica at public auction over the last 40 years revealed no other examples. (Image) £17,000

SOLD for $14,500.00
Will close during Public Auction

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