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British Commonwealth Country Collections continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1802   Cape of Good Hope, Eclectic Group, 1853-1904, 95 mostly used stamps, better (used unless otherwise noted) incl. 1853 "Hope" Seated 1d pale brick-red & 1d x3 deep brick-red on blued paper, 1853 4d deep blue on blued paper, 1853 4d x11 deep blue on slightly blued paper, incl. two distinctive shades, 1855-63 "Hope" Seated 4d x 10 blue on cream toned paper, incl. pair, 6d x4 pale rose-lilac & 1s x3 bright yellow-green, 1863-64 "Hope" Seated 1d x2 carmine-red, 1d brown-red, 4d x2 blue & 4d steel-blue, also 1864-96 "Hope" & Symbols of Colony, incl. 1896 5sh orange mint, also 1903-04 KEVII 1/2d to 1sh mint stamps & small group of used revenues, Fine to Very Fine Most of the triangular stamps with clear to ample margins. Viewing is a must to be able to get a feel for the value here.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,500.
Est. $1,500-2,500
SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1803 /o Scott No. 1//71 Cape of Good Hope, Collection, 1853-1904 (Scott 1//71), about 100 mostly used stamps mounted on pages, with value concentrated in the early triangular stamps, and incl. 1853 "Hope" Seated 1d (2) & 4d (5) on blued paper, 1855-58 "Hope" Seated 1d (2), 4d (3), 6d (3) & 1sh (4) on white paper, 1861 "Woodblock" 4d, 1863-64 "Hope" Seated printed by De La Rue 1d (3), 4d (2), 6d & 1sh, 1864-65 first set of rectangulars, followed by 1868-76 surcharges and 1871-81 second set of rectangulars without frame line around stamps, 1879-81 surcharges and several 1884-98 "Hope" Seated stamps, 1893-1902 mint & used sets (Scott 59-61), 1903-10 King Edward VII set, plus some duplicates in stock page, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Est. $750-1,000
SOLD for $850.00
Will close during Public Auction
1804   Cayman Islands, Mint Assortment, 1900-1962, approximately 140 colorful stamps, better noted incl. 1905 KEVII 1/2d to 1sh set, 1907 KEVII 4d to 5s set, incl. extra 5sh high value, 1907 1/2d on 1d surcharge, 1907-09 KEVII 1/2d to 10sh, 1912 KGV 1/4d to 10sh set, 1921-26 KGV 1/4d to 2sh, 1921 KGV 4d to 10sh, 1932 KWIV & KGV 1/4d to 2sh, 1935-36 1/2d to 10sh set, 1938 KGVI 1/2d to 10sh set, 1950 KGVI 1/4d to 10sh set, 1953-59 QEII 1/4d to £1 set, incl two extra £1 stamps, 1962 QEII 1/4d to £1, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Est. $750-1,000
SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction
1805 /o   Ceylon, Grouping, 1863-1954, approximately 200 mostly mint stamps, better noted incl. 1867-70 Queen Victoria 8d red-brown unused, no gum & 2sh blue used, 1885-87 10c on 24c, 15c on 16c & 30c on 36c surcharges (125-26 & 128), 1886-1900 Queen Victoria 25c, 28c, 30c & 75c, 1887 Queen Victoria 1r12c, 1888-90 2c on 4c double surcharge, one inverted, 1898 2r50c Queen Victoria, 1899 1r50c on 2r50c x4 & 2r25c on 2r50c, 1900 Queen Victoria 1r50c & 2r25c (Scott 162-63), 1903-05 KEVII 2r25c (177), 1904-10 KEVII 25c to 5r (187-95), 1912-25 KGV 5r (243) & 10r (213), 1935-36 KGV 2c to 1r set, 1938-52 KGVI 2c to 10r set, 1954 2c to 10r set, also as bonus some war tax stamps and revenues, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Est. $750-1,000
SOLD for $750.00
Will close during Public Auction
1806 /o Scott No. 1//299 Ceylon, Collection, 1857-1947 (Scott 1//299), mostly used and mounted on well written up pages, better (used unless otherwise noted) incl. 1857 Queen Victoria 1d on blued paper, 1857-59 Queen Victoria 1d, 2d (2), 6d & 1sh, 1861-63 1d, 2d & 5d with clean cut perforations, 1d, 2d, 10d, 1sh & 2sh with rough perforations, 1863-66 Queen Victoria 1d, 2d, 4d, 6d, 8d, 9d, 1sh & 2sh printed by De La Rue from Perkins, Bacon plates (wmks. 1a & 1b), 1858-71 Queen Victoria 1/2d lilac x3, incl. imperforate issued in 1858, two stamps perf. 12.5 in distinctive shades and issued in 1864, 1872-80 Queen Victoria 2c to 48c & 96c, 1885-87 Surcharges, incl. 1r12c on 2r50c mint (Scott 130), 1888-89 Surcharges, 1890 5c on 15c with inverted surcharge (Scott 152c), 1891 15c on 25c & 15c on 28c surcharges mint, 1899 2r50c & 2r25c on 2r50c mint (158 & 161), 1900 1r50c mint (162), 1903-05 King Edward VII 2c to 75c mint & 1935 King George V 1r mint, also incl. as a bonus four pages with 1949-70 mostly mint stamps., Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Est. $500-750
SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction
1807 /o   imageCyprus, Colorful Group, 1880-1963, about 130 mostly mint stamps, better noted incl. 1880 1p x4 plates 205, 215 & 217, 1882 Queen Victoria 4d Die B (Scott 23), 1904-07 KEVII 30pa, 4pi, 6pi, 9pi & 18pi, 1928 Anniversary 3/4pi to £1 set (114-23), 1934 KGV 1/4pi to 45pi, 1938-44 KGVI 1/4pi to £1 set (143-55), 1955 QEII 2m to £1 never hinged set (168-82), 1962 Views 3m to £1 set (206-18), 1963 Europa 20m to 150m three sets, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000. (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5) (Image 6) (Image 7) (Image 8) (Image)
Est. $750-1,000
SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction
1808   imageFalkland Islands, & Dependencies, 1891-1968, approx. 140 mint stamps, better noted incl. 1904-07 KEVII 1/2d to 1sh, 1912-14 KGV 1/2d to 1sh, 1929 2-1/2d prussian blue, 1929-31 KGV 1/2d to 2sh6d, 1948 Silver Wedding set, 1952 KGVI 1/2d to £1 set (107-20), 1960 QEII 1/2d to £1 set (128-42), 1968 Flowers 1/2d to £1 set (166-79), Falkland Dependencies 1946 1/2d to 1sh, 1954 QEII 1/2d to 1sh set (1L19-33), also as bonus South Georgia 1963-69 QEII 1/2d to £1 set (1-16), Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $750 - 1,000. (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5) (Image 6) (Image 7) (Image 8) (Image 9) (Image)
Est. $750-1,000
SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction
1809   imageGibraltar, Mint Selection, 1886-1960, approx. 140 stamps, better noted incl. 1889 Queen Victoria 5c on 1/2d to 75c on 1sh set (Scott 22-28), 1889-95 Queen Victoria 5c to 5p (29//38), 1904-12 KEVII 6d & 1sh x2 (Scott 57-58), 1912 KGV 1sh x3 (71), 1938-49 KGVI 1/2d to £1 set (107-18), 1948 Silver Wedding two sets, one never hinged, 1953 QEII 1/2d to £1 two sets (132-45), plus two extra £1 examples, 1960 QEII 1/2d to £1 set (147-60), Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $400 - 600. (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5) (Image 6) (Image 7) (Image 8) (Image)
Est. $400-600
SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1810 /o   Gibraltar, Attractive, Mostly Mint Collection to 1983, neatly assembled in mounts on pages. We note better Vicky's like Scott 22-28, 24a, 29-38 (less 31A and 36A), plus a good showing of KEVII and KGV issues, 100-03 (NH), 107-18, extensive QEII and lots more. Fresh and generally F-VF, nice lot.
Estimate $350 - 400.
Est. $350-400
SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
1811 /o/   Great Britain, Collection, 1840-1992, in three well-filled binders, with mostly used stamps and many covers, incl. 1840 1d black Plate 1a, 1b, 5, 8 & 9, 1841 1d red-brown Plate 1b, 5, 8 & 9 (2), 1d red-brown (Plate 9) on folded letter, and tied tied by black Maltese Cross cancel, 1d red-brown (Plate 11 pos. AG) on folded cover, and tied by black Maltese Cross cancel, plus extra 1d red-brown (Plate 11 pos. TA), 1840 2d blue pair & two singles (Plate 1), 2d pair & two singles (Plate 2), 2d blue (Plate 2) on folded letter tied by black Maltese Cross cancel, followed by Mulready envelope (Stereo A189) & lettersheet (Stereo A4) mailed in 1840, also incl. three envelopes with Mulready caricatures & two "Facsimilies", two 1841 penny pink envelopes in diff. sizes, one used in February 1844, 1841 2d (Plate 3) and used strip of three showing substantial residue of the "glutinous wash" gum, 1841 1d red-brown x 23 (Plates 17-19, 21-28 & 31-32, 35-36, 38 & 41), 1d red-brown (Plate 30) on folded cover with July 12, 1843 datestamp, 1d red-brown (Plate 41) on folded cover tied by black Maltese Cross cancel, 1841 1d red-brown x13 (Alphabet I), incl. three covers & strip of four, 1852-54 1d red-brown x2 (Alphabet II), 1848-50 1d red-brown perforated x2 (Archer's Experiments), 1841-53 2d blue x8 (Plate 3), incl. folded cover to Edinburgh, 2d blue pair & three singles (Plate 4), 1847-56 10d embossed x3 (Die 2 & 3), incl. small cover to France, 1sh embossed x3 (Die 1 & 2), incl. cover addr. New York, with red "5 CENTS"indicating credit to the USPS, 6d embossed x2, incl. folded letter additionally franked with 1d perforated stamp, 1854-55 1d red-brown x7 small crown watermark, four perf. 14 in distinctive shades, three perf. 16, incl. single franking cover, 1855 1d red-brown x4 large crown watermark, incl single franking cover, 1856-58 1d x9 white paper, 1864 1d rose-red x20, incl. mint block of four (Plate 203), vertical pair (Plate 150) & horizontal pair (Plate 173), 1854-79 2d blue x14 (Plates 4-9 & 12-15), incl. 2d used in 1877 on folded cover, 1870-80 1-1/2d x2 (Plate 1 & 3), 1870 1/2 rose x14, incl. two covers, one single franking, other double franking, 1855 4d x6, three diff. watermarks represented, and incl. single franking cover, 1856-62 6d (3) & 1sh (2), incl. 6d on cover to Ceylon, 1865 4d x5, incl. pair plate 9 on folded cover, 1865 3d, 6d, 9d & 1sh (2), 1867 5sh x2, 1867-80 3d x3, 6d x3, 9d, 1sh x2 & 2sh, 1867 3d plate 6 & 6d plate 8 on cover to Ceylon, 6d plate 9 x2 & 1864 1d stamp on cover to Victoria, 1872 6d plate 11, 1873 6d plate 12 x2, 1873-80 3d x2, 6d x2, 1sh green x2 & 1sh salmon, 1876-80 4d vermilion, 4d olive green x 2, 8d orange, 1882 £5 bright orange with Lombard St. circular datestamp, 1884 5sh x2, 10sh & £1, 1883-84 Queen Victoria 4d, 5d, 6d & 1sh, 1893 official paid cover, 1887-92 Queen Victoria, incl. 1sh mint & 1891 £1 green with neat circular datestamps, 1902 KEVII 2sh6d, 5sh with perfins & 10sh, 1911-12 KEVII 2sh6d, 5sh & £1 printed at Somerset House, 1913-1934 Seahorses, plus some test stamps and postage dues, Fine to Very Fine An amazing collection, seldom offered this specialized intact.
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
Est. $6,000-8,000
SOLD for $5,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
1812   Great Britain, Early QEII and Specialized Machin Issue Definitives, Housed in Two Stockbooks, begins with a few KGVI including Scott 286-89 then on to a nice of Elizabeth II first definative issue including 5 sets of high values and 1988 Castle typeswith about £200 in face value as well as 4 £10 Britannia's then on to the Machin's with a number of interesting items noted like £1 black imperf pair. Specialists delight, loaded with gutter pairs, single and double bar type overprints/controls, phosphor varieties, graphite issues, etc, lot that is well worth a careful review, generally Fine to Very Fine or better with many VF, the ones we checked were never hinged.
Estimate $4,000 - 5,000.
Est. $4,000-5,000
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1813 /o   Great Britain, & British Europe Collection, many hundreds of mint & used stamps in album, and including some duplication, Great Britain to 1980s, better used include #1, 34, 43, 94-96, 139, 179-81, 222-24, plus specialized group of 114 used stamps (#33) showing different plate numbers, and representation of Offices in Morocco & Turkey, followed by Cyprus with singles, sets & part-sets in the modest range, then by Gibraltar that includes some better mint such as #100-103 & 147-60, then by Ireland, including some mint sets such as #80-82, 85-86, 103-04, 165-66, 169-70 & 171-72, and last by Malta tasting sample. Condition is a little mixed on some early issues, otherwise F-VF.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction
1814 o   Great Britain, and Channel Islands, Nice Used Collection, The Great Britain is housed in 3 Gibbons Windsor Albums and contains a well balanced group of hundreds with strength to about 1970 and more sparsely filled from there to about 1990. No major rarities but strong mid-range value and good KGVI and early Elizabeth II. The Channel Islands are also housed in 3 Stanley Gibbons Albums and appear to be filled with good value. A clean overall F-VF, perfect for expansion or breakdown. Set a little time aside to view this one.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
1815 /o   Great Britain, and Offices, Specialized Mint & Used Collection, 1840-2000, powerful grouping which starts with a quartet of Penny Blacks, 7 imperf and 8 perfed Twopenny Blues, 50 penny reds, 19th C continues practically complete to the 2/6 value, is KEVII similar; KGV to the 10/, KGVI mixed mint & used, QE2 mostly mint with important Wilding varieties & Machin varieties to about 1980; apparently the collection only sporadically added to since then; much of value in the underappreciated Offices Abroad (including Qatar) which show a high degree of completion, also a dozen used abroad including 1858 & 1876 Malta pieces w/ A25, #118 strip/3 w/ boxed purple Royal Niger Company 1898 cancel, also a little Guernsey & I.O.M. Some disorganization, but well-worth a detailed examination.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1816 o   Great Britain, Valuable, Predominantly Used Collection to 1980, housed in a Minkus Album, loaded with better items such as used #1-2, 3-4, 5-7, extensive line engraved & surface print issues, including #37-42, 44-8, 49-55, 57, 66-8, 70-1, 73, 78-87, 94-5, 96, 98-107, 108-9, 111-22, 127-38, 159-75, 179-81, 222-24 & virtually complete from there. We also noted good dues & approx. fifty different used officials. Condition varies on some as normal, much F-VF included, well worth a careful inspection.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction
1817 /o   Great Britain, Collection, mostly used and housed in binder, with value concentrated in the XIX Century material, with several better items scattered through such as 1841 Queen 1d (#3 ample margins), 1857 Queen 2d (#21), 1862 Queen (#37, #39, #40 & #42), 1865 Queen 4d (#43), 1867-80 Queen (#54-55), 1867 Queen 5sh (#57), 1872-73 Queen (#59-62 & #64), 1883 Queen (#96), 1884 Queen (#108-109), 1902-11 KEVII (#139-41), 1934 Sea Horses (#222-24), also some British Offices Abroad, usual mixed condition, overall Fine. We didn't inspect every page, a keen eye may be able to discover other better items.
Estimate $600 - 800.
Est. $600-800
SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
1818 /o   Great Britain, Mint and Used Collection, of primarily used through KGVI and mint and used from there on Scott speciality pages in two binders. Beginning with used Scott 1 and 2 there is decent used classic value to be found then on to many complete QEII sets. Quality can be a bit mixed otherwise F-VF, viewing invited.
Estimate $400 - 600.
Est. $400-600
SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
1819 /o   India, Outstanding Highly Comprehensive Nearly All Mint Collection to 1998, a marvelous, clean and valuable collection, neatly assembled in mounts in a Minkus album. In fact, if you include the fine India sets and singles offered in ths sale, what we have here is a virtually complete collection for India proper! The few used items include better like Scott 4(2), 6, 29-30, and the mint is exceptional including 2, 2a, 4-5, nice surface print issues including 12, 15, 19, 28(2), 31-35, 36-46, 50-52, 104a-b, 129-34, 142-48, 150-67 (15r and 25r NH), 168-79, 203-06, 207-22 and apparently complete from there to 1998 with lengthy runs of NH sets. Also includes mint BOB like O16-210(½aused), O22-26, O37-51, O67-71, O78-92, O97-103, M1-10, M11, M12-20, <23-33, plus a decent showing of Convention and Feudatory States etc. A truly wonderful collection of this popular country, fresh and generally F-VF, inspection invited.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000.
Est. $7,500-10,000
SOLD for $7,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1820 /o   India and States, Powerful Scott Album Collection to 1965, A lovely old-time collection offering a wide range of premium items such as mint Scott 9, 11(2), 14, 19, 36-46, 50-52 (50 a couple of shades), 80 with SG log "P" variety in pair, 97 corner margin single, 104c, 129-34, 142-48, 150-67, 168-79, 203-06, 207-22 plus SG 323a color variety, 237-42, 254-71, 275-88, 302-19 and complete regular issues from there. We also note strong Officials like O47-51, O52-65 (few low values used), O67-71, O91-92, O112A, O113-25 etc. Included is a sepaerate used collection which contains many better high values like 76, 93-98, 120-25, etc. The States, both Convention and Feudatory are nearly as good, the later containing extensive Cochin, with many premium Gibbons listed varieties, while the Convention States are largely mint, with lots of better sets and singles. Lovely collection of this popular area, largely F-VF, inspection invited.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Est. $4,000-6,000
SOLD for $3,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
1821 /o   India, Extensive and Useful, Mint or Used Accumulation, comprised of many hundreds, overall mostly used, arranged on a stack of Scott numbered stockcards, plus a second group of sheets and part sheets. We note many highlights such as 1½a Gandi (203), a complete sheet of 50 (interleaving adhers) plus several blocks, 12a (204), block of 16, crease on row, 244-45 blocks of 31 and others. The stockcards feature better such as mint 15, 15a, 19, 123, 168-79, 203-06, plus excellent used with premium, lots of officials and extensive States as well. Much of used, condition varies, but bulk F-VF, well worth a careful review.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction

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