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Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
4529 image1841: 1 d. red-brown on blued paper, pl. 122, lettered TJ-TL, an unused horizontal strip of three, marginal from the lower right corner of the sheet showing Plate Number 122 and marginal imprint '(in wettin)g the Back be careful not to remove the Cement.', large margins all round in a bright red shade, fresh and very fine, large part og. A most attractive and extremely appealing multiple Gi BS32 = £ 1'800+.rnProvenance: Luder-Edelmann (Corinphila), Zurich, sale XII, April 1929, lot 942. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 500.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4530 image1841: 1 d. red-brown on blued paper, pl. 97, lettered TA, a used example, marginal from the lower left of sheet, roughly separated with clear margin at right and large at top showing portion of adjoining stamp, base with Plate Number 97 and imprint 'PRICE Per L(abel)', cancelled by full strike of '77' numeral obliterator of Halesowen, Worcestershire in black. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 400.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4531 image1841: 1 d. rose-red on cream paper, pl. 95, lettered AI-AL / DI-DL, a used block of sixteen (4 x 4), huge to large margins on three sides, clear to just touched at left, in a fine rose shade, lightly cancelled by Irish "232" numeral obliterator of Galway in black. Minor ironed bends as to be expected in a multiple this size, a fine and scarce multiple Gi 8 = £ 1`280+.rnProvenance: Phillips, London, 11 July 1991, lot 273. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 400.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4532 imageExperimental Separation Trials 1850: 1 d. red-brown on blued paper, pl. 96, Die I, Alphabet I, lettered JE-JF / KE-KF, Trial perforation 16 by Henry Archer, an unused block of four of superb vibrantly fresh colour, excellent perforations all round, large part somewhat dried og. A magnificent and extremely rare block Gi CE2 = 15`000.rnProvenance: Collection Earl of Crawford as a block HA-HL / QA-QL less HG-HL and LA / MA; Charles Nissen. Split by him as a block of twelve (HA-HF / IA-IF) appeared in a "Baronet`s Collection" (Baron de Worms); Most of the sheet is now housed in the National Postal Museum in London; Harmers, London, 24 Feb 2003, lot 727. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 2,500.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4533 image1841: 1 d. deep red-brown on blued paper, Alphabet II, pl. 161, lettered AA-AD / BA, an unused irregular block of five from upper left corner of the sheet, large margins all round, showing Plate Number 161 and re-entered imprint `PRICE 1d. Per Label. 1/- Per Row of 12. £1...Per Sheet. Place the` at top, minor gum bend through AC not affecting the appearance of a fresh and very fine multiple with large part or unmounted og. An important multiple: positions AA-AD missing from the Imprimatur sheet. Exceptional and most attractive Gi B2 = £ 3`250.rnProvenance: RL, London, 12 Jan 1988, lot 161. As an irregular block of seven.rn (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 750.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4534 imageTreasury Roulette 1841: 1 d. red-brown on blued paper, pl. 161, lettered JG, wide "Treasury Roulette", used on 1853 cover from Puddletown to Sherborne, tied by "256" numeral obliterator of Dorchester in black. Reverse with double arc Dorchester cds in yellow and 'Puddletown' undated circular datestamp in black and Sherborne arrival cds (July 28) in yellow. Red wax seal on reverse with Crown over Man's profile. A very rare stamp on a fine if slightly soiled cover. Cert. BPA (1977) Gi B2a = £ 15`000.rnProvenance: RL, Bournemouth, 27 June 1976, lot 244; RL, London, 21-22 Feb 1977, lot 623.rnNote: A similar cover, addressed to W. Pocklington in Sherborne, bearing a Treasury Roulette lettered MF, was in the Zeev Barak collection and thereafter in the 'Daisy' collection (RL, Oct 1996, lot 628). It was mailed one month earlier. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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Currently...CHF 2,000.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4535 image1841 (March): 2 d. deep full blue, pl. 3, Imprimatur, lettered TI, imperforate with good margins all round, unfinished at base with speckling on TWO PENCE, superb and extremely rare with just 22 examples removed from the sheet, the base of the stamp with tiny manuscript ink marking is part of the notation made by the engraver which is still in the Post Office records. Beautiful, exceptional and very rare Gi ES12 Imprimatur = £ 12`000.rnProvenance: RL, London, 27 April 1949, lot 55; Harmers, London, 27-28 Feb 1967, lot 125; Collection Harold Fisher, Phillips, London, 22-23 Sept 1983, lot 245; Collection Folkard, Phillips, London, 26 Nov 1998, lot 260. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 3,000.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4536 image1841 (March 13): 2 d. blue on blued paper, pl. 3, lettered LE, State 2, an unused example with large even margins all round and showing the diagonal flaw to the Queen`s eyebrow (Gi ES11ea), overprinted SPECIMEN (Type 1) in black, fresh and fine, superb og. Rare and most appealing stamp Gi E1s = £ 5'500.rnProvenance: SG Merkur, Frankfurt, 18 April 1979, lot 228; SG, London, 28 Nov 1991, lot 173. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 750.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4537 image1841 (March 13): 2 d. blue, pl. 3, lettered SA-SB / TA-TB, an unused block of four from lower left corner of the sheet, large even margins all round and full sheet margins showing Plate Number 3 and imprint `PRICE 2d Per Label. 2/- Per Row o(f)`, diagonal crease in margin only, well away from the stamps which are of delightful colour and full unmounted og. A sublime and exceptional multiple for the connoisseur of classic philately. Cert. RPSL (1977) Gi ES11 = £ 35`000.rnProvenance: SG Merkur, Frankfurt, 10-12 Oct 1974, lot 583. As an irregular block of eleven; SG, London, 6-7 March 1975, lot 267. As an irregular block of eleven; Corinphila sale 72, 23-28 Sept 1985, lot 6652; ex Gavin Littaur (approx. 1990).rnNote: An adjoining pair SC / TC was heavily creased. The block of four, lettered SD-SE / TD-TE was in RL, London, 21 April 1977, lot 2970.rnrn (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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Currently...CHF 7,500.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4538 image1841: 2 d. pale blue, pl. 4, lettered NA-NC, a used horizontal strip of three, large margins all round, NA and NB showing the Shifted Transfers, neatly cancelled by "447" numeral obliterators of Leeds in black. A fine positional multiple Gi ES13+ES13e. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 80.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4539 image1841: 2 d. blue, pl. 4, lettered RA-RD, a used horizontal strip of four, large margins all round and part sheet margin at left, lightly cancelled by "706" numeral obliterators of Shipston-On-Stour. Two light vertical bends but of superb appearance Gi ES14. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 120.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4540 image1841: 2 d. blue on blued paper, pl. 4, lettered KB-KD / LC-LD, a used irregular block of five, margins just clear on LC and fine on the remaining sides and showing portions of two further stamps, lightly cancelled by London numeral "1" obliterators in black. A scarce multiple Gi ES14 = £ 1`200. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 300.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4541 image1841: 2 d. blue on blued paper, pl. 4, lettered PC and RC-RD, a used single example and a horizontal pair both with good margins all round, used on sextuple rate 1850 registered cover from Penrith to Kendal tied by bold "606" numeral obliterators in black. Manuscript "Registered" and "6" in red ink denoting the registration fee was paid in cash alongside PENRITH despatch cds (May 31) in blue. Reverse with Kendal arrival cds (June 1) in blue. A charming and scarce usage Gi ES14 = £ 350+. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 200.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4542 imageWotton-Under-Edge 1841: 1 d. red-brown on blued paper, pl. 14, lettered FD, a used example with clear to large margins with double letter 'D' showing clearly, neatly cancelled by superb strike of the WOOTTON-UNDER-EDGE Maltese Cross with cross-cuts in black, in use between 24 August 1840 until 28 June 1842 (for further information see Rockoff & Jackson pages 302 and 303). Horizontal bend at base and minor thinnot affecting the superb appearance of this iconic cancellation Gi BS3b/B1tw = £ 4'500.rnProvenance: Collection 'Daisy', Spink, London, 8 Oct 1996, lot 508. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 400.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4543 imageGreenock 1841: 1 d. red-brown on blued paper, lettered PF, a used example with large margins all round and showing portions of adjoining stamps on three sides, tied to small piece by complete strike of the distinctive GREENOCK Maltese Cross in black. Scarce Gi B1th = £ 250. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 75.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4544 imageGreenock 1841: 1 d. red-brown on blued paper, lettered AB and DB, used examples with good to large margins all round, tied to 1843 entire letter to Liverpool by two complete strikes of the distinctive GREENOCK Maltese Cross in black. Reverse with Greenock despatch (June 19) in red and Liverpool arrival in black. Slight rub at upper right and file folds well away from the adhesives, a scarce double rate usage Gi B1th = £ 500. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 150.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4545 image1840: 1 d. black, Plate 2, lettered EL, a used example with ample to large margins all round, tied to October 1840 cover to Edinburgh by early experimental usage of the Maltese Cross struck in black. Perth despatch datesamp in black on flap (Oct 7) and Edinburgh arrival cds in red (Oct 8) both displaying well on flap. Black ink was not universally introduced until February 1841, a very rare and most attractive usage. Cert. BPA (2021) Gi AS15m. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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Currently...CHF 500.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4546 image1841: 1 d. red-brown on blued paper, pl. 12, lettered CJ, State 2, a used example with large margins all round, tied to 1841 cover from Southport to Liverpool, tied by superb strike of the Maltese Cross struck in red. Reverse with SOUTHPORT double arc cds in red (July 4) and Liverpool arrival in black of the same day. Rockoff & Jackson erroneously listed as June 4 on page 399 of 'The Maltese Cross', just five covers are recorded from Southport with the red MC on the 1841 1 d. red, all mailed between 27 April-21 July 1841. An outstanding and extremely rare cover. Cert. RPSL (1980) Gi BS1g+BS1sb = £ 22'000.rnProvenance: Collection Gregory, Harmers, London, 22 Feb 1949, lot 499; Collection Reino Poutiainen, Stephen Walter, London, 21 March 1980, lot 200; DF, New York, Nov 1985, lot 30084. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 3,000.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4547 image1840: 2 d. blue, Plate 1, lettered PA, a used example with large even margins all round, neatly cancelled by London "No. 9" in Maltese Cross in black. Ironed diagonal bend not affecting the lovely appearance. A rare stamp Gi DS5 / D1wi = £ 14'000.rnNote: The Karl Louis Card Index records just 3 single examples and two usages on cover, one of which is housed in the National Postal Museum. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 1,500.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4548 image1841: 1 d. red-brown on lightly blued paper, lettered RB, a used example with large margins all round and showing portion of adjoining stamp at top, used on 1843 entire letter from London to Edinburgh tied by bold strike of London "No. 5" in Maltese Cross in black. Despatch datestamp on reverse (July 15) in black and Edinburgh arrival (July 17) struck in red. Repaired file fold but scarce Gi B1ue = £ 550. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 100.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM

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