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Brit. Colonies continued...

St. Vincent continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
3932 image1862/68: 6 d. deep green, no wmk., perf. 11-12½, an unused block of four, of superb rich colour, fresh and very fine but more tiny corner crease, typical slight wrinkles on large part og. A very rare and particularly scarce stamp in a multiple Gi = £ 900+.rnProvenance: Collection W.W. Forsyth, Harmers, London, 21 March 1978. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 350.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3933 image1862/68: 6 d. deep green, no wmk., perf. 11 to 12½, a used example on 1869 cover to Port Medway, Nova Scotia tied by vertical Kingstown "A10" obliterator in black. 'St. Vincent' despatch cds in red at left (Feb 10) and manuscript '4d.' credit in red crayon and 'Locks Island / N.S.' double ring cds also on obverse (March 23). Reverse with 'St. Thomas' transit (Feb 13), Halifax datestamp. Two file folds and slightly trimmed at left but a scarce cover to an unusual destination.rnProvenance: SG, 4 Sept 1979, lot 93. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 400.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3934 image1862/68: 1 d. rose-red and 4 d. deep blue both in horizontal pairs with single 6 d. deep green, perf. 11-12½, all used on 1868 double rate cover to the Duke of Polignac in Paris, cancelled by three bold strikes of the vertical "A10" obliterator with manuscript '1/3d.' credit in red crayon alongside at left. 'London / Paid' transit (Nov 26) and circular PD in red with Calais transit cds also on obverse. Illustrated in 'St. Vincent' by Pierce, Messenger & Lowe on page 35. A rare and a superb three colour franking, a most attractive cover. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 2,500.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3935 image1862/68: 1 s. slate-grey, no wmk., perf. 14 to 16, an unused example of rich colour and perfect centering, fresh and fine, part og. Rare so fine Gi = £ 375. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 180.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3936 image1862/68: 1 s. slate-grey, no wmk., perf. 14 to 16, an unused block of four, corner marginal from lower left of the sheet, of lovely rich colour, fresh and very fine, slightest gum wrinkles, large part og. with lower pair unmounted og. A wonderful and most attractive multiple Gi = £ 1'500+. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 850.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3937 image1862/68: 1 d. rose-red, no wmk., perf. 11 to 12 x 14 to 16, an unused example in a milky rose shade, exceptional perforations at top and at base for this stamp, fresh and fine unused without gum. Extremely rare. Cert. RPSL (1938) Gi = £ 6'000. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 1,200.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3938 image1862/68: 4 d. deep blue, no wmk., perf. 11-12½ and 1866 1 s. slate-grey, compound perf, used on 1867 double rate cover to the Duke of Polignac in Paris, cancelled by "A10" obliterator in red-brown ink with 'St. Vincent' despatch cds alongside (Dec 11). 'London / Paid' transit (Dec 30) and circular PD in red with Calais transit cds also on obverse. A rare and a superbly attractive cover. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 1,200.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3939 imageColour Changes 1869 (April-Sept): 4 d. yellow, no wmk., perf. 11½ to 12½, an unused horizontal pair, marginal from the lower right corner of the sheet, in a vibrant shade, fresh and fine, large part og. Superb and rare Gi = £ 700+. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 300.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3940 imageColour Changes 1869 (April-Sept): 4 d. yellow and 1 s. indigo, perf. 11-12½, used on 1869 double rate cover to the Duke of Polignac in Paris, cancelled by bold strike of the vertical "A10" obliterator with faint 'St. Vincent' cds (Dec 10) in red alongside. Manuscript '1/3d.' credit in red crayon at left. 'London / Paid' transit (Jan 3, 1870) and circular PD in red with Calais transit cds (Jan 2) also on obverse. Illustrated in 'St. Vincent' by Pierce, Messenger & Lowe on page 37. A superb and most attractive cover. Cert. RPSL (1961).rnProvenance: Collection Charlton-Henry (1961); Collection J.L. 'Bobbie' Messenger, RL, London, 11 Jan 1983, lot 336. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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Currently...CHF 1,500.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3941 imageColour Changes 1869 (April-Sept): 1 s. indigo, no wmk., perf. 11½ to 12½, a fine unused example of excellent centering and rich colour, horizontal gum bend not detracting from appearance, large part og. Gi = £ 375. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 140.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3942 imageColour Changes 1869 (April-Sept): 1 s. brown, no wmk., perf. 11 to 12½, an unused example of fine colour, well centred for this stamp, large part og. Rare. Signed A. Diena Gi = £ 500. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 200.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3943 image1862/68: 4 d. deep blue, perf. 11½ to 12½ and single 1869 1 s. brown, used on 1871 double rate cover to the Duke of Polignac in Paris, cancelled by vertical "A10" obliterator with 'St. Vincent' cds (Dec 9) in red alongside. Manuscript '1/3d.' credit in red crayon at left. Without 'London / Paid' transit but with circular PD in red and Calais transit cds (Dec 28) in black on obverse and Paris arrival on reverse. The adhesives overlapping but an unusual combination, an attractive and rare cover. Cert. RPSL (1952).rnProvenance: Collection J.L. 'Bobbie' Messenger, RL, London, 11 Jan 1983, lot 341. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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Currently...CHF 1,200.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3944 image1871 (April): 1 d. black, wmk. Small Star, rough perf. 14-16, a horizontal pair with single 6 d. deep green used on 1871 cover to the Duke of Polignac in Paris tied by two strikes of the vertical "A10" obliterator with faint 'St. Vincent' despatch cds at left in red. Manuscript '7d.' credit marking in red crayon at left and 'London / Paid' transit (Jan 10, 1872) and oval PD in red on obverse, Paris arrival cds on reverse. A charming and rare cover - the 1 d. black on letter being very elusive. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 1,200.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3945 image1872 (June): Colour Change 1 s. deep rose-red, wmk. Small Star sideways, perf. 11½-12, an unused example of fresh colour, large part og. Scarce. Signed A. Diena. Cert. BPA (2020) Gi = £ 750. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 250.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3946 image1872 (June): 1 s. deep rose-red, wmk. Small Star, perf. 11 to 12½, a single example, marginal from right of sheet, used on 1872 cover to London tied by Kingstown vertical "A10" obliterator in black. 'St. Vincent' cds of despatch in red at left (June 10). Reverse with London arrival cds (June 27) in black. An important cover, the earliest recorded date of use of this stamp. Cert. RPSL (1957).rnProvenance: Collection J.L. 'Bobbie' Messenger, RL, London, 11 Jan 1983, lot 343.rnrnrn (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 1,200.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3947 image1872/75: 1 d. black, wmk. Small Star (sideways), perf. 15, an unused block of twenty-eight (7 x 4), corner marginal from the lower left of the sheet, closed tear in fourth stamp, some staining at top and at base, nevertheless generally fine with tone spots on large part og., an important multiple being the largest recorded block Gi = £ 1'680+.rnProvenance: RL, London 20 April 1955; Collection J.L. 'Bobbie' Messenger, RL, London, 11 Jan 1983, lot 111. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 500.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3948 image1872/75: 6 d. dull blue-green, wmk. Small Star, perf. about 15, an unused example of this rare shade, with the marginal lines watermark at left, centred to lower right but of fine appearance, a few minor age spots on part og. Rare so fine. Cert. BPA (2020) Gi = £ 2'000. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 600.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3949 image1872/75: 6 d. deep blue-green, Wmk Small Star, rough to intermediate perf. 14 to 16, wmk. Small Star with marginal lines at top, an unused example of fulsome rich colour, typically slightly blunted perfs., superb and fresh, part og. A magnificent example of a very rare stamp. Cert. BPA (2020) Gi = £ 7'500. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 2,500.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3950 image1872/75: 6 d. deep blue-green, wmk. Small Star, perf. about 15, used on 1876 entire letter to Washington NC, USA tied by 'St. Vincent' cds of despatch (My 28) with information strike at left in red. Manuscript '4d.' credit marking in red crayon at left and reverse with 'St. Thomas' transit cds (June 1) in black. An unusual entire, the stamp lifted and replaced. Cert. RPSL (2001). (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Currently...CHF 300.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM
3951 image1872/75: 1 s. lilac-rose, wmk. Small Star, perf. 11 to 12½ x 15, a used example centred to right cancelled solely by neat 'St. Vincent' datestamp in red. Fine and scarce thus Gi = £ 350. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Currently...CHF 175.00
Closing..May-26, 11:59 PM

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