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Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
4569 image1858/79: 1 d. red, pl. 116, lettered BB, Imperforate 'Cardiff Penny', an unused example with ample margins all round, fresh colour, some creasing, large part og. A fine example of this exceedingly rare stamp. Cert. BPA (1952) Gi G1g = £ 7'500.rnProvenance: Collection Laycock, RL, London, 18 March 1953, lot 297.rnrnrn (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 1,200.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4570 image1858/79: 1 d. red, pl. 72, an unused block of four, corner marginal from top left of sheet, with Plate Number 72 and part imprint 'PRICE 1d. Per Label. 1/- Per Row of', fresh and fine, large part og. Gi = £ 240+. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 80.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4571 image1858/79: 1 d. red, pl. 90, lettered GG-GL / HG-HL / IG-IL, an unused block of eighteen, well centred and of rich deep colour, fresh and fine, large part or unmounted og. Gi = £ 1'080. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 200.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4572 image1871 (Feb): Ormond Hill Die Proof for the 2 d. value, Die II retouched, without corner letters, engraved directly on to thick card paper (60 x 60 mm.) - not as Gibbons state thin paper, in a resonant deep full blue shade. Extremely rare and a magnificent example of the engraver's work slightest suspicion of a thinned spot underneath hinge remainder, quite stunning and beautiful Proof for the connoisseur Gi DP46(a) = £ 18'000. rnProvenance: Collection O'Connor; Philipps 10 Sept. 1998, lot 137. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 3,000.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4573 image1859 (July 17): 2 d. blue, pl. 8, lettered AC, an imperforate Imprimatur, clear to large margins all round, marginal from top of sheet, with part imprint '(o)f 12. £1...Per S(heet)', in a superb deep shade, fresh and very fine unused. Rare Gi = £ 4'750.rnProvenance: Phillips, London, 11 Nov 1993, ex lot 136. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 750.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4574 image1861 (March 14): 2 d. blue, pl. 9, lettered AB, an imperforate Imprimatur, close to large margins all round, marginal from top of sheet, with part imprint '(La)bel 2/- Per Row o(f)', in a superb deep shade, fresh and very fine unused. Rare Gi = £ 4'750.rnProvenance: Phillips, London, 11 Nov 1993, ex lot 136, the adjoining Imprimatur AA is housed in the N.P.M. in London. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 750.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4575 image1871 (April 24): 2 d. blue, pl. 14, lettered AJ, an imperforate Imprimatur, large margins all round, marginal from top of sheet with part imprint '(we)tting the Back be', in a superb deep shade, fresh and very fine unused. Rare Gi = £ 4'750.rnProvenance: Board of Inland Revenue Collection, Robson Lowe 17 Dec. 1975, lot 1637; Robson Lowe Christies 16 July 1985, lot 183. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 750.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4576 image1869: 2 d. deep blue, pl. 13, lettered BA-BF / EA-EF, an unused block of twenty-four of excellent centering and rich colour, BA with signs of re-entry in the TWO PENCE value tablet, strengtheneing of the upper 'E' square on EB, one or two tone spots of no great significance, some perf. reinforcement for protection, large part or unmounted og. A fresh and very fine multiple of spectacular appearance Gi Gi G3 = £ 14'400. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 2,000.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4577 image1870 (May): Perkins Bacon Die Proof for the proposed ½ d. value without corner letters, in rose on India paper (80 x 59 mm.) printed after the head was strengthened and the Die was hardened (Stone 2b), with a wonderful clarity of impression. Just 5 Proofs were struck. Some soiling as to be expected with a working Die. An exceptional Proof of great rarity Gi DP62b = £ 12'000.rnProvenance: Harmers 16-17 March 1982, lot 553; SG, London, 25-26 Nov 1993, lot 790. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 3,000.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4578 image1870 (Oct): Bantam ½ d. pl. 10, lettered EN-EX / ON-OX, an unused block of 121 stamps (11 x 11), of excellent colour and centering, imperforate at right, each stamp overprinted SPECIMEN (Type 9) in black. Fresh and very fine, superb large part or unmounted og. A truly astonishing block, the largest known Gi 4u = £ 27'225.rnNote: An adjoining block of 10, CT/DX was in the Chartwell Collection (2011).rnProvenance: Dr. Douglas Latto, Aug 1985. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 4,000.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4579 image1870 (Oct): Bantam ½ d. deep rose-red, plate 9, lettered OA, a single example, imperforate between stamp and margin showing imprint 'Cement', used on small 1872 piece tied by complete 'Glasgow' circular datestamp (Feb 16) in black. Choice and superb Gi G4g / Gi = £ 850+.rnNote: The finer of just two recorded Bantam ½ d. plate 9's used with imperforate sheet margin and inscription. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 300.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4580 image1870 (Oct): Bantam ½ d. deep rose-red, plate 9, lettered ED-EE, a used horizontal pair in a deep shade, tied to small piece by 'Manchester / 498' duplex (Feb 10, 1872) in black. Ancient collector's graffiti below the pair 'PN9'. A rare and appealing multiple Gi = £ 1'700. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 400.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4581 image1870 (Oct): Bantam ½ d. rose-red, plate 13, lettered SV-SX / TV-TX, an unused block of four, marginal from lower right of sheet with Plate Number 13 in margin, fresh and fine, superb large part og., lower three stamps unmounted og. Gi = £ 720. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 200.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4582 image1870 (Oct): ½ d. rose-red, plate 14, lettered SA-SF / TA-TF, an unused corner marginal block of twelve, bend along central perforations and showing watermark '5', Plate Number '14' in margin and small part of imprint 'PRICE' at right. Fresh and very fine, large part or unmounted crackly og. A most appealing multiple Gi = £ 1'440. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 300.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4583 image1870 (Oct 1): 1½ d. lake-red, pl. 3, lettered NC-ND / OC-OD, an unused block of four, of fine fresh colour, each stamp overprinted SPECIMEN (Type 9) in black, large part crackly og. A scarce multiple Gi G6u = £ 1'200. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 200.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4584 image1870 (Oct 1): 1½ d. lake-red, pl. 1, lettered OP-PC, error of lettering for CP-PC, a used example of good colour, lightly cancelled by part duplex leaving the corners letters clear. Perforations a tad blunted at base but rare and of fine appearance Gi G6c = £ 2'000.rnNote: The OP-PC error of lettering was discovered by William Edwin Imeson in 1894 and first recorded in an Americam Journal. The discovery example was sold to Harry Hilckes of Bright & Son, Bournemouth. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 300.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4585 image1870 (Oct 1): 1½ d. lake-red, plate 1, lettered GJ, a single example used on 1873 cover to Paisley tied by 'Glasgow / 131' duplex in black (Jan 28) - a scarce single franking, together with a 1½ d. lake, pl. 3, lettered DG, used on 1880 1 d. pink postal stationery envelope (1cm scissors cut on the left and roughly opened flap on reverse) to Caddenabia, Como, Italy cancelled by 'Thornhill / 323' duplexes (May 13). A scarce and attractive pair. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 120.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4586 image1848 (Oct): Embossed 10 d. brown, an unused horizontal pair, marginal from left of sheet, infintessimally touched at base and with large margins on three sides, of stunning fresh colour, applied to Postal Notice "To All Postmasters, &c., Who Obliterate Postage Stamps", issued from Francis Abbott at the GPO in Edinburgh in October, 1848, each overprinted SPECIMEN (Type 1) applied above notice of "the Issue and Sale of Tenpenny Postage Labels, Two Specimen Stamps are enclosed...". Minor fold crossing right-hand 10d not detracting from the superb fresh appearance of a rare and splendid.rnNotice: The much finer of just two recorded 10 d. Postal Notices from 1848.rnProvenance: Collection 'Victoriana', Spink, London 4 Oct 2007, lot 2152. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 2,500.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4587 image1847 (Sept 11): Embossed 1 s. pale green, Die 2, an unused example with large to huge margins all round, marginal from left of sheet and showing portion of adjoining stamps at top and at base, of fine embossing and colour, one or two slight age spots on reverse not detracting from the appearance, large part og. A very fine example of a very rare stamp. Cert. BPA (1989) Gi H1(1) = £ 24'000.rnProvenance: Collection Baron de Worms, Harmers, London, 9 May 1938, lot 90; Collection Harrison Cripps, SG, London, 27 Oct 1972, lot 123.rn (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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Currently...CHF 5,000.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM
4588 image1854: Embossed 1 s. (very) deep green, used example with clear to large margins all round, tied to 1854 cover from Liverpool to New York, endorsed 'pr. Steamer Arabia' at left (Cunard Steamer), by "466" numeral obliterator in black. Obverse struck with PAID in red and '5 / CENTS' credit marking in red, reverse with one side flap removed, showing 'Liverpool' despatch cds (March 3) in green. An attractive usage Gi = £ 1'900.rnProvenance: Collection Wise, 9 June 1944. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 300.00
Closing..May-29, 11:59 PM

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