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Brit. Colonies continued...

St. Vincent continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
3912 image1858/60: Great Britain 1856 6 d. lilac, a used example of fine colour, struck with fine Kingstown "A10" obliterator in black, slight wrinkle but scarce Gi = £ 325. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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3914 imageRecess by Perkins Bacon 1861/62: Perkins Bacon Plate Proof for the 1 d. value in black on wove paper, a horizontal pair, marginal from top of sheet, with large margins all round. Scarce and most attractive.rnProvenance: SG. London, 4 Sept 1979, lot 27. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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3915 imageRecess by Perkins Bacon 1861 (May 8): Perkins Bacon 1 d. rose-red, no wmk. intermediate perf 14-16, an unused block of eight of fine colour, one stamp with unobtrusive corner crease, fresh and fine, large part og. with lower four stamps unmounted og. Gi = £ 400+. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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3916 imageRecess by Perkins Bacon 1861 (May 8): Perkins Bacon 1 d. rose-red, no wmk. intermediate perf 14-16, an unused horizontal strip of ten, marginal from top of sheet, variety "Imperforate between Vertically" and imperforate between stamp and margin at each side, the margin showing the guidelines above the fourth and fifth stamps, creasing which may caused the variety and a tad aged but largely fresh and fine, without gum. A spectacular multiple Gi = £ 1'750+. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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3917 imageRecess by Perkins Bacon 1861 (May 8): Perkins Bacon 1 d. rose-red, no wmk., variety "Imperforate", an unused corner marginal pair from the lower right of sheet, of fine appearance, wrinkles on part og. Scarce Gi = £ 275. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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3918 image1861. Cancelled Stamps for Rowland Hill's nephew Ormond Hill.rnOn 18 April 1861 Ormond Hill, the nephew of Rowland Hill, wrote to Joshua Butters Bacon the head of Perkins Bacon and Co.:rn"My dear Sir, Two or three of my friends who are collectors of Postage Stamps have asked me to procure for them specimens of new or uncommon stamps whenever I have it in my power. It occurs to me that perhaps you may be able to give me a few ...”rnHe added on 24 April:rn"... I should be glad to have six stamps of each kind ...”rnOn 15 August J. Upham (for J.B. Bacon) sent the stamps to Pearson Hill with the following letter:rn"Dear Sir, I beg now to send you as promised ... an envelope addressed to Ormond Hill Esq. containing 6 obliterated impressions of each of the stamps named in the list and request you will take two of each for Rowland Hill Esq. and yourself and then seal the package and forward it together with a letter which you will also find addressed to him, to Mr. Ormond Hill.”rnIt turned out that the supply of the Crown Agents‘ property was given without authority.rnOrmond Hill was not asked to return the "specimens", and in fact, all were treated as private property. Nevertheless, the case destroyed Perkins Bacon as future printers for the Crown Agents.rnFrom Peter Jaffe in "Cancelled by Perkins Bacon", published for Spink & Son Ltd by James Bendon Ltd. (1998).rnrnRecess Perkins Bacon 1861: 6 d. deep yellow-green, an Imperforate example from the block of six printed, good to large margins all round, with large part "CANCELLED" at top and at base in black, position 3 in the Peter Jaffê handbook, with only three of the six stamps so far recorded, this adjoining the example being housed in the collection of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Very rare Gi = £ 9'500.rnProvenance: Collection W.W. Forsyth, Harmers, 21 March 1978; Harmers, London, May 1994, lot 1467; Collection Dr. Conrad Latto, Spink, London, May 1995, lot 2134. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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3919 imageRecess by Perkins Bacon 1861 (May 8): Perkins Bacon 6 d. deep yellow-green, no wmk., intermediate perf. 14-16, a used example, some peripheral aging where the gum has beled into the paper, tied to December 1861 entire letter to Edinburgh by "A10" obliterator. 'St. Vincent' cds alongside in black and 'London / Paid' transit cds (Jan 14, 1862) in red, reverse with Edinburgh arrival of the following day. An exceptionally rare cover. Cert. RPSL (2020). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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3920 image1862 (Sept): 6 d. deep green, no wmk., rough perf. 14-16, an unused horizontal pair of good rich colour, variety "Imperforate between Vertically", diagonally creased but of fine appearance, large part og. Extremely rare. Cert. BPA (2020) Gi = £ 13'000. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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3921 image1862 (Sept): 6 d. deep green, no wmk., rough perf. 14-16, an unused horizontal strip of three, of rich colour and showing large portions of the stamps below, fresh and fine, large part og. A charming strip. Cert. RPSL (1965) Gi = £ 180+. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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3922 image1862 (Sept): 6 d. deep green, no wmk., rough perf. 14-16, an unused block of four, of deep colour, well centred, one tiny rust spot on perf. at top otherwise fresh and fine, large part og. Scarce Gi = £ 240+. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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3923 image1862 (Sept): 6 d. deep green, no wmk., rough perf. 14-16, a used vertical strip of four used on 1863 cover to London endorsed 'pr. Str.', tied by eight strikes of the Kingstown "A10" obliterator in black. Reverse with 'St. Vincent' despatch cds (Feb 24) and front showing 'London / Paid' arrival cds (March 17) with manuscript docketing of same at upper left. File fold where cover refolded at left for display, a charming and rare franking.rnProvenance: Collection L.J. Gilbert-Lodge, Harmer Rooke, London, 10-11 May 1962, lot 41. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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3924 image1862 (Sept): 6 d. deep green, no wmk., rough perf. 14-16, a used example on 1863 cover to Pimlico, London tied by "A10" obliterator in black, with single ring "ST: VINCENT" datestamp adjacent (March 24). Obverse with 'London / Paid' cds in red (April 13) and reverse with London-SW arrival cds of the same day in black. A fine and rare cover. Cert. BPA (2020). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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3925 image1861: 1 d. rose-red, perf. 14 to 16 in a horizontal strip of four, 1862 4 d. deep green in a horizontal pair, used on 1865 cover to the Duke of Polignac in Paris, France cancelled by four strikes of the Kingstown "A10" obliterator in black with 'Saint Vincent' datestamp in black (July 8) below. Manuscript credit mark '1/3d.' below in red crayon and 'London/ Paid' cds of transit (July 29) with circular PD in red. Calais transit also on obverse with Paris arrival on reverse. Minor wrinkles but a splendid, rare and famous cover. Cert. BPA (2020).rnProvenance: Collection Dale-Lichtenstein, Harmers, New York, 19 Sept 1990, lot 385. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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3926 image1861: 1 d. rose-red, a vertical pair used with 1862 6 d. deep green on 1866 cover to the Duke of Polignac in Paris, tied by two strikes of the Kingstown "A10" obliterator and 'St. Vincent' despatch cds in black (Dec 10). Manuscript '7d.' credit in red crayon below and 'London / Paid' transit cds (Dec 31) with corresponding oval 'PD' in red and Calais transit alongside (Jan 1, 1867). A scarce and most attractive combination usage.rnProvenance: Christie's, London, 14 Dec 1994, lot 831. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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3927 imageRecess by Perkins Bacon 1861/66: Perkins Bacon Die Proofs (4) in black on India paper and applied to thick cards (4), with 1 d., 4 d., 6 d. and 1 s. all in deep shades, the 6 d. with cleaned lower left corner. Fresh and very fine, a rare group.rnProvenance: 6 d. value, collection J.L. 'Bobbie' Messenger, RL, London, 11 Jan 1983, lot 25. (Image 1)

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3928 image1862/68: 1 d. rose-red, no wmk., perf. 11-12½, an unused block of four of lovely colour, fresh and very fine, large part og. A fine multiple. Signed A. Diena Gi = £ 165+. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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3929 image1862/68: 4 d. blue, no wmk., perf. 11 to 12½, unused examples (2), one being sheet marginal from top of sheet, the other being a 'dwarf' example, each of superb colour and large part og. Gi = £ 525. (Image 1)



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3930 image1862/68: 4 d. deep blue, no wmk., perf. 11-12½, a used horizontal pair, corner marginal from lower right corner of the sheet, well cancelled by vertical "A10" obliterator in black. Superb Gi = £ 220.rnrn (Image 1) (Image 2)

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3931 image1862/68: 4 d. deep blue, no wmk., perf. 11-12½, a used block of six (3 x 2), marginal from top of the sheet, superbly cancelled by neat strikes of vertical "A10" obliterator in black. Superb in all respects: the largst known used multiple Gi = £ 660+.rnProvenance: Colection J.L. 'Bobbie' Messsenger, RL, London, 11 Jan 1983, lot 61.rnrn (Image 1) (Image 2)

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