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New Zealand - 1864 Chalon Issue, Imperforate & Rouletted, Wmk. NZ continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
281 o    99 imageNew Zealand, 1864, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 6d red brown, imperf. N Z watermark, light face-free barred oval cancel, large well balanced margins, rich vivid color, Extremely Fine, an exceptional lightly canceled stamp, with 2011 Odenweller certificate. Scott No. 29. Campbell Paterson No. A5f.
SG No. 99; £700 ($970). (Image1)
SG £700 ($970)

SOLD for $525.00
Will close during Public Auction
282 ()    100 imageNew Zealand, 1864, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1s green, imperf. N Z watermark, left margin single, without gum, clear to large margins, rich vibrant color, bright and fresh, Very Fine, an attractive mint marginal Chalon Head high value, with 2011 Odenweller certificate. Scott No. 30. Campbell Paterson No. A6h (1).
SG No. 100; £1,800 ($2,480). (Image1)
SG £1,800 ($2,480)

SOLD for $2,900.00
Will close during Public Auction
283 o    101 imageNew Zealand, 1864, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d carmine vermilion, rouletted 7. N Z watermark, light barred "1" in oval cancel of Auckland, showing roulettes on all four sides, margins close to just in at bottom, rich color, Very Fine, a rare sound used example of the 1864 1d Auckland roulette, with 2014 Odenweller certificate. Scott No. 27a. Campbell Paterson No. A1j (Y).
SG No. 101; £3,000 ($4,140). (Image1)
SG £3,000 ($4,140)

SOLD for $3,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
New Zealand - 1864-71 Chalon Issue, Perf. 12½, Wmk. Large Star
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
284     110 var. imageNew Zealand, 1864, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d carmine, perf 12½. Large Star watermark. Tied by barred "O5" in oval handstamps on the July 27, 1867 edition of "The Illustrated New Zealander" Dunedin newspaper from Waikouaiti, Otago to Gainford, England, carried on the RMSP Co. Rakaia leaving Wellington on August 8th with mail arriving at Southampton on September 27th, newspaper with contents including an articles on "Wild Bull Hunting in Australia", "Bishop Selwyn's Fairwell Address at Auckland" and illustrations of Bishop Harper, Otago Benevolent Institute and the Custom House, Dunedin; small portion of newspaper front missing and soiling slightly affecting stamp, F.-V.F., ex-Woolfe, Hackmey and Benvie, with 2006 R.P.S.L. and 2014 Odenweller certificates. Scott No. 31 var. Campbell Paterson No. A1m (2).
SG No. 110 var.; Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.

THE EARLIER OF TWO KNOWN COMPLETE NEWSPAPERS FROM NEW ZEALAND TO ENGLAND AFTER THE INTRODUCTION OF POSTAGE IN 1867.

The 14th voyage was the last by the RMSP Co. to Southampton. Thereafter, Plymouth was used as it speeded up the mail landing.
(Image1)
Est. $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $2,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
285 o    111//120 imageNew Zealand, 1864, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d-1s complete, imperf, Large Star watermark. Set of 7 values, most with light barred oval cancels, choice allover centering, strong to rich colors, Very Fine and choice, a lovely hand-selected set, with R. Odenweller certificate. Scott No. 31-36.
SG No. 111//120; £497 ($690). (Image1)
SG £497 ($690)

SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction
286 P    113P imageNew Zealand, 1864, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 2d blue, very worn plate, plate proof. On stout unwatermarked paper, block of 18 formed from rejoined blocks of eight and ten (rows 19-20, positions 4-12), margins ample to slightly in at right; two vertical creases and a few pinholes, Very Fine appearance, still a very scarce large multiple, ex-Stanley, Boker and Hackmey.
SG No. 113P; Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.

In 1864 Davies printed a sheet of the 2d from plate I which he sent to Perkins, Bacon with a request for a new plate.
(Image1)
Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
287     113+122a imageNew Zealand, 1864, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 2d pale blue, worn plate, perf 12½, two horizontal pairs and single. Large Star watermark. In combination with 1864, 6d brown, perf 12½, Large Star watermark on cover to France, tied by "Nelson, Mr 7, 67" cds and barred "N1" duplexes, Wellington and Dunedin transit backstamps; some light foxing and 6d with corner nick at bottom right, F.-V.F., with 2015 Odenweller certificate. Scott No. 32a+36a. Campbell Paterson No. A2m (2)+A5h (4).
SG No. 113+122a; Estimate $500 - 750. (Image1)
Est. $500-750
SOLD for $625.00
Will close during Public Auction
288     115+118 imageNew Zealand, 1866, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 2d deep blue, perf 12½, horizontal strip of three and single. Large Star watermark. Plate II in the early full blue shade, in combination with 1867, 3d deep mauve, perf 12½, Large Star watermark, vertical pair on cover to New Castle, Del., tied by "Dunedin, Se 20, 67" duplex postmarks, endorsed "Per Otago via Suez" with magenta manuscript "8" rating, red London transit and "Boston Br. Pkt., 5, Dec 4" entry postmarks; top stamp in pair with margin defect and small part of backflap missing, otherwise Very Fine, a rare and attractive two-color franking, ex-Woolfe & Hackmey, with 2006 R.P.S.L. and 2014 Odenweller certificates. Campbell Paterson No. A2n (7), A3d (9).
SG No. 115+118; Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. (Image1)
Est. $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
289     115a imageNew Zealand, 1867, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 2d blue, retouched, perf 12½. Large Star watermark, traces of o.g., wide margins, fresh with strong bright color, Very Fine, with 2013 Odenweller certificate. Scott No. 32 var. Campbell Paterson No. A2n (V).
SG No. 115a; £350 ($480). (Image1)
SG £350 ($480)

SOLD for $220.00
Will close during Public Auction
290     117a imageNew Zealand, 1867, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 3d lilac, imperf. Large Star watermark, tied on piece by 1867 Nelson town and barred "N1" oval duplex cancel, margin huge to just touching at bottom left, strong color, Very Fine. Scott No. 33b. Campbell Paterson No. A3dw.
SG No. 117a; £1,900 for pair ($2,620). (Image1)
SG £1,900 for pair ($2,620)

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
291 o    117a imageNew Zealand, 1867, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 3d lilac, imperf. Large Star watermark, single, barred "14" in oval and circular date stamp cancels, large to mostly huge margins, bright color; minute margin tear at bottom left, Extremely Fine appearance, a stunning large margin stamp. Scott No. 33b. Campbell Paterson No. A3d (W).
SG No. 117a; £1,900 for pair ($2,620). (Image1)
SG £1,900 for pair ($2,620)

SOLD for $220.00
Will close during Public Auction
292     118 imageNew Zealand, 1867, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 3d deep mauve, perf 12½. Large Star watermark. Rich color, tied by neat "Dunedin, Ju 10, 67" cds and barred "O" in oval duplex on cover to Napier paying the 3d interprovincial rate, with "New Zealand Exhibition, 1865." imprint at top and brown circular embossed crest of the same on backflap, "Napier, Jn, 21, 67" receiving backstamp, Very Fine and choice, ex-D. White, with 2014 Odenweller certificate. Scott No. 33a. Campbell Paterson No. A3d (8).
SG No. 118; Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.

The New Zealand Exhibition was to promote agricultural and industrial products and manufactures of the Colony of New Zealand and other countries as may be useful in the development of the Colony.
(Image1)
Est. $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
293     118+117 imageNew Zealand, 1867, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 3d deep mauve, perf 12½. Large Star watermark. In combination with 1867, 3d lilac, perf 12½, Large Star watermark on cover to Sydney, New South Wales, tied by bold "Wellington, Mr 15, 69" cds and barred "O70" oval duplexes, redirected to "Sportsmans Arms, Pitt Street" with red "Sydney, Ap 9, 1869" cds and boxed "Not Known By The/Letter Carrier" handstamp, Sydney transit and receiving backstamps, Very Fine, an interesting usage bearing both shades of the 1867 3d issue. Scott No. 33a+33.
SG No. 118+117; Estimate $500 - 750. (Image1)
Est. $500-750
SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
294 o    118a imageNew Zealand, 1867, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 3d deep mauve, imperf. Large Star watermark, barred oval cancel, clear to huge margins, rich color; small shallow thin, Very Fine appearance. Scott No. 33c. Campbell Paterson No. A3d (X).
SG No. 118a; £1,900 ($2,620). (Image1)
SG £1,900 ($2,620)

SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction
295 ()    119 imageNew Zealand, 1865, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 4d deep rose, perf 12½. Large Star watermark, without gum, well centered especially for this notorious off-centered issue, rich vivid color, Very Fine, a very rare sound mint example in this choice condition. Scott No. 34. Campbell Paterson No. A4d (2).
SG No. 119; £3,250 ($4,480). (Image1)
SG £3,250 ($4,480)

SOLD for $2,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
296 o    119 var., 119 imageNew Zealand, 1865, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 4d rose & deep rose, perf 12½. Large Star watermark, barred duplex and town cancels, strong color, Very Fine and attractive, with 2012 Odenweller certificate for the deep rose shade. Scott No. 34 var., 34. Campbell Paterson No. A4a (1-2).
SG No. 119 var., 119; £500 for normal ($690). (Image1)
SG £500 for normal ($690)

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
297     120+122 imageNew Zealand, 1865, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 4d yellow, perf 12½. Large Star watermark. In combination with 1864, 6d red brown, perf 12½, Large Star watermark on cover to Bolton Le Moors, England, tied by "Dunedin, Au 31, 70" duplex postmarks, with manuscript "Via Suez and Marseilles" endorsement and clear strike of the rare boxed "Insufficiently Paid/For Brindisi Route/Deficient Postage/"Due 3"" handstamp, forwarded to Blackpool with partial Bolton cds on reverse; cover edge wear repaired cover opening at left, F.-V.F., illustrated in the R.P.S.N.Z. handbook (volume VII, page 59), the only other cover recorded with this handstamp was in the John Woolfe sale in 2006, ex-McNaught & Ellott, with 2014 Odenweller certificate. Campbell Paterson No. A4b (2), A5h (1).
SG No. 120+122; Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.

ONE OF ONLY TWO COVERS RECORDED FROM NEW ZEALAND WITH THIS DEFICIENCY HANDSTAMP.

The outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War on July 15, 1870 resulted in difficulties with the route through France, and from September to November of that year mail to Europe endorsed "via Marseilles" was diverted to the route via Brindisi. The September and October mails from New Zealand were surcharged 3d per half-ounce on delivery in the United Kingdom, where an explanatory handstruck marking was applied. This was the rate difference in charges in the United Kingdom for letters sent by the alternative routes, though for letters from New Zealand the actual rate difference was 5d per half-ounce.
(Image1)
Est. $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $3,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
298     120 imageNew Zealand, 1865, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 4d yellow, perf 12½, horizontal pair. Large Star watermark. Tied by "Dunedin, Au 20, 67" cds and barred oval duplex on reverse of cover to Melun, France forwarded to Paris, carried per Bombay departing Sydney August 24th and arriving at Marseilles November 12th, various French transit and forwarding date stamps including red "Pass Ang V Suez, An A Mar, 12 Oct, 67" on front, Very Fine, the rate had been reduced to 8d on June 1st, 1867, ex-"Antipodes" & Benvie, with 2014 Odenweller certificate. Scott No. 35. Campbell Paterson No. A4b (2).
SG No. 120; Estimate $750 - 1,000. (Image1) (Image2)

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Est. $750-1,000
SOLD for $675.00
Will close during Public Auction
299     120 var.+122a imageNew Zealand, 1865, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 4d pale yellow, perf 12½. Large Star watermark. In combination with 1864, 6d brown, perf 12½, Large Star watermark on cover to Golspie, Scotland, tied by bold "Dunedin, Mr 21, 67" cds and barred "O" duplexes, "Via Marseilles and Suez" routing endorsement and "Golspie, My 13, 1867" receiving backstamp, Very Fine, scarce with little mail sent via Suez during the Panama contract period, with 2014 Odenweller certificate. Campbell Paterson No. A4b (1)+A5h (5).
SG No. 120 var.+122a; Estimate $500 - 750.

The Panama line S.S. "Otago" carried the New Zealand mail to Melbourne from Port Chalmers for mail to be carried on the P&O Line. Sailed that day (March 21st) from Otago, with the mails for Great Britain via Marseilles, per Melbourne. The via Panama mail left Sydney via Wellington where the NZ mail left on April 8th, arriving in Great Britain on May 26th.
(Image1)
Est. $500-750
SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
300     122 imageNew Zealand, 1864, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 6d red brown, perf 12½. Large Star watermark. Fine single tied by manuscript "HoHo, 16/6/67" postmark on cover to Stroud, England, manuscript "via Panama" routing endorsement at top, reverse with "Hokitika, My 16, 67" origin, "Christchurch, My 23" transit and receiving backstamps; small cover tear at top and small portion of backflap missing, F.-V.F., sent on the first voyage of the Kaikora. Scott No. 36.
SG No. 122; Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. (Image1)
Est. $1,500-2,000
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction

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