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4039 image1852: 1 d. red-brown on blued paper, pl. 133, lettered TL, an unused example from the lower right corner of the sheet with large margins all round and portion of adjoining stamp at left, Plate Number 133 in margin and partial imprint '(re)move the Cement'; fresh and very fine, unused with traces of gum. Merest hint of soiling in margin but a most delightful stamp. Cert. BPA (2001) Gi BS2 = £ 650+.rnProvenance: Collection MacIntyre, RL, London, 28 March 1956, lot 301. As a block of four SK-SL / TK-TL; SG, London, 8-9 Nov 1973, lot 258. As a single as above; Collection 'Cawardine', Spink, London, 20 Sept 2001, lot 1575. (Image 1)

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SOLD for CHF3,200.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4040 image1841: 1 d. red-brown on blued paper, Alphabet II, pl. 147, lettered GG-GI / HG-HI, an unused block of six with large even margins all round, of fine fresh colour, one or two minor iron spots, superb large part og. GI with re-cut frameline at right; a rare positional multiple with HG-HI missing from the Imprimatur sheet. Rare Gi B2= £ 4`800. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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SOLD for CHF900.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4041 image1852: 1 d. very deep red-brown on slightly blued paper, pl. 157, lettered RG-RI / SG-SI / TG-TI, an unused block of nine with clear to large margins all round, in a very rich shade, superb, large part og. A magnificent and scarce multiple Gi BS2 = £ 6'750.rnProvenance: Collection J.B. Seymour, sale 1, RL, London, 11 April 1951, lot 716. As a block of thirty six, RA-RL / SA-SL / TA-TL; The block was split soon after the Seymour sale as the adjoining block RJ-RL / SJ-SL / TJ-TL was in RL, 23 Jan 1952, lot 293; Block of eighteen RA-RF / SA-SF / TA-TF adjoining to the left was in RL, London, 8-9 July 1975, lot 264. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF1,500.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4042 image1841: 1 d. red-brown on blued paper, lettered NC, an unused example with variety "Watermark Inverted", good to large margins all round, small scissor cut in margin at upper left, some creasing on reverse not affecting the frontal appearance, unused without gum Gi 8Wi = £ 5'000. (Image 1)



SOLD for CHF400.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4043 image1841: 1 d. red-brown on blued paper, Plate 20, lettered SB-SD, a used horizontal strip of three with clear to large margins all round and small portion of adjoining stamp at left, slightest inclusion into margin only at base, stamp SD showing double letter D clearly, all cancelled by neat black Maltese Crosses. An attractive strip Gi BS9 = £ 180+. (Image 1)



SOLD for CHF180.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4044 image1841: 1 d. red-brown on lightly blued paper, pl. 23, lettered FH, a used example with large margins all round, tied to small piece by near complete strike of Wessex type HONITON datestamp (June 21, 1842) in black: with the characteristic missing "4" in year date. Listed in Rockoff & Jackson on page 538 and illustrated in Danzig on page 107. An attractive piece Gi B1va = £ 1'100.rnProvenance: RL, London, 12 July 1978, lot 1857; Collection Robert Danzig, Phillips, 16 Feb 1989, lot 78; Embassy Philatelists list, 30 April 1991, lot 56. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF380.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4045 image1841: 1 d. red-brown on blued paper, pl. 78, lettered SL, a fine used example with ample to large margins all round with portions of adjoining stamps at top and at left, tied to 1848 entire letter from London to Evesham by '14' numeral obliterator in black leaving the Plate variety "Inverted S" clear. Reverse with London despatch cds (Oct 12) and double arc Evesham arrival (Oct 13) in blue. Scarce. Cert. BPA (1980) Gi BS29h = £ 160 off cover. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF300.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4046 image1841: 1 d. red-brown on blued paper, lettered DH, a used example with large margins all round, small scissor nick at base, used on 1850 entire letter from Holbeach to Folkingham tied by fine strike of "370" numeral obliterator struck in blue. Reverse with double arc HOLBEACH cds in blue (May 23) and London transit cds of the following day in red. File fold well away from stamp, a fine and scarce cover Gi B1xb = £ 750. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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CLOSED
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4047 image1841: 1 d. red-brown on blued paper, lettered QD, a used example with large even margins all round, used on 1854 cover from Liverpool to Macclesfield tied by superb strike of LIVERPOOL / 466 "Spoon" datestamp (March 30). Faint Macclesfield arrival on reverse of a charming and scarce cover. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF280.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4048 image1841 (Jan 15): 2 d. deep full blue, Small Trial Proof with white lines and without corner lettering, produced as the March 1841 2 d. was yet to be fully prepared and the Trials were required to be distributed for the announcement for the forthcoming issue; a fine example cut from the sheet of twelve subjects (pos. 4) with watermark upright, with good to huge margins all round and showing horizontal guideline through value at base. A most attractive Proof Gi DP43 = £ 1`800. (Image 1)



SOLD for CHF550.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4049 image1841 (Jan 15): 2 d. deep full blue, Small Trial Proof Plate of twelve impressions (4 x 3) with white lines and without corner lettering, produced as the March 1841 2 d. was yet to be fully prepared and the Trials were required to be distributed for the announcement for the forthcoming issue; the complete sheet with watermark upright with vertical watermark marginal lines at right, minor corner bend of no great significance at lower left, of gorgeous colour and in stunning fresh condition. Rare and superb Gi DP43 = £ 23`000.rnProvenance: Phillips, London, 10 Sept 1992, lot 339. (Image 1)



SOLD for CHF16,000.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4050 image1841 (March 13): 2 d. blue, pl. 3, lettered TA, an unused example with large margins all round showing portion of adjoining stamp at right and full sheet margin at left, small thin but of lovely fresh colour and magnificent appearance, large part og. Gi ES11 = £ 6`250.rnProvenance: Christies, London, 21 Sept 1993, lot 1531. As a strip of three TA-TC. (Image 1)



SOLD for CHF850.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4051 image1841 (March 13): 2 d. blue on blued paper, pl. 3, lettered EA-EI / FA-FI / GA-GI, the spectacular unused block of twenty-seven (9 x 3), marginal from left of sheet with imprint `Back be careful not to remove the Cement.`, each stamp overprinted SPECIMEN (Type 1) in black, large margins all round, slightly close on FI at right, one horizontal crease through the lower row and two minor vertical creases not affecting the dramatic appearance, one stamp with slight adherence on the gum, the block of gorgeous fresh colour and superb large part or unmounted og. Illustrated in "Specimen Stamps & Postal Stationery of Great Britain" by Marcus Samuel and Alan Huggins on page 17. A magnificent item for the connoisseur of Line Engraved and worldwide classic philately Gi E1s = £ 243`000.rnNote: SPECIMEN overprinted 1841, 2d blue were first reported on the philatelic market in the Judge Philbrick collection, described in the London Philatelist in 1895.rnProvenance: Spink, London, 3 June 1999, lot 1378. (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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SOLD for CHF18,000.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4052 image1841: 2 d. blue, pl. 4, lettered MI, an unused example with large even margins all round, of rich colour and showing Plate flaw with both O and P of TWO PENCE joined to lower frameline, fresh and very fine, unused without gum. Cert. RPSL (1976) Gi ES14 = £ 6`000. (Image 1)



SOLD for CHF1,300.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4053 image1841: 2 d. blue on blued paper, pl. 4, lettered CE, an unused example with good to large margins all round, a bit erratic at right, showing the major Re-entry prominent on the TWO PENCE value tablet at base, of good colour and fine large part og. A very rare stamp unused - the Karl Louis Index records just four unused examples of this stamp with the CE re-entry, one of which is housed in the National Postal Museum Gi 14 = £ 6`250 / ES14b = unpriced.rnProvenance: RL, London, 28 March 1956, lot 316; Phillips, London, 12 Oct 1989, lot 198. (Image 1)



SOLD for CHF1,100.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4054 image1841: 2 d. blue on blued paper, pl. 3, lettered FA and IK-IL / JK-JL / KK-KL, single and block of six, margins close to good, both used on small 1846 piece of cover from Liverpool to Blackburn tied by "466" numeral obliterators in black. Double arc Liverpool despatch cds in black above (Sept 2) and Blackburn arrival cds in green of the following day. A scarce multiple Gi ES11 = £ 1`800+.rn  (Image 1)



CLOSED
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4055 image1841: 2 d. blue on blued paper, pl. 3, lettered EJ-EK, a used horizontal pair with ample to large margins all round, on 1850 cover from Irvine to Edinburgh tied by fine strike of Scottish "186" numeral obliterator in blue. Stamp EK showing the Shifted Transfer with prominent horizontal guideline below the K square. Reverse with Irvine cds in blue (May 8) and Edinburgh arrival in red. The cover refolded and a tad aged at edges but a superb strike (contrary to regulations, just a single strike) and very scarce. Cert. RPSL (1990) Gi E1wb = £ 3`000. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF300.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4056 image1841: 2 d. blue, pl. 4, lettered FL/GL, a used vertical pair with large margins all round, variety "Inverted Watermark", lightly cancelled in black. Scarce and fine Gi E14a = £ 1`750. (Image 1)



SOLD for CHF200.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4057 image1841: 2 d. blue on blued paper, pl. 3, lettered KK-KL, a used horizontal with large margins on all round, slight stain at left, tied to 1843 quadruple rate cover from London to Preston, Horrocks Miller correspondence, by London "No. 2" in Maltese Crosses struck in black. Reverse with London despatch in red (Nov 4) and Preston arrival (Nov 5) in dull blue. Unrecorded in Rockoff & Jackson who list 10 usages of the 1841 2 d. cancelled with the "No. 10" Cross. A very scarce cover Gi E1vb = £ 2`250. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF380.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM
4058 image1841: 2 d. blue on blued paper, pl. 3, lettered AB, a used example with pronounced Ivory Head, clear to large margins all round, cancelled by large part London "No. 3" in Maltese Cross in black. Scarce and attractive stamp Gi E1dvc = £ 700. (Image 1) (Image 2)

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SOLD for CHF150.00
Closing..Jun-04, 11:59 PM

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