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GREAT BRITAIN STAMPS & POSTAL HISTORY continued...

DERBYSHIRE continued...
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
2201   imageBAKEWELL 1d BLACK COVER (XMAS GREETINGS) TO LONDON WITH RED MALTESE CROSS; 26 Dec. 1840 EL (a family letter with Christmas greetings - fully typed transcript included; "Yesterday being Xmas day... the first on which all our dear children ever met together...") from "Bakewell" to London with a Plate 8 1d Black (AJ; 4 close to huge margins - marginal at top) tied by a fine pinkish-orange Bakewell Maltese Cross with a matching partial "BAKEWELL" cds alongside. Attractive 1d Black. Cross Reference : 1840 1d BLACKS (Image)

Starting at £ 100

SOLD for £260.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2202   image6th MAY 1840 UNIQUE(?) MISSENT CASH-PAID COVER - "Missent to Belper" ENDORSEMENT EX MATLOCK BATH; 6 May 1840 EL (some reinforcing internally) from Matlock to Rotherham endorsed "paid" with manuscript "1" and mainly very fine "MATLOCK BATH/1840/MY 6" cds (central date inverted as usual for this P.O. in early 1840) on the front but also endorsed "Missent to Belper" on the front. The only Missent 6th May 1840 cover that we can recall having seen. No Derbyshire 6 May 1840 1d Black cover or Mulready has been recorded. Very rare thus. Cross Reference : FIRST DAY COVERS, POSTAL REFORMS, 1840 1d BLACKS, MISSENT MAIL (Image)

Starting at £ 260

SOLD for £280.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2203   imageDERBY - PRESTAMP TO Q.V. INC. 1762 "DARBY", 1810 TRIO REF. P.O.W. IN FRANCE, RED/BLUE MILEAGES, ETC.; 1729-1900 covers/cards from/to Derby inc. 1729 EL ex London charged "1N" (triple) to Derby, 1762 EL with fine rare short-lived "DARBY" spelling variety, 1778 EL with mainly fine "DERBY" charged "In all 7" to Suffolk, 1797 EL (ref. new Militia) with v. fine "DERBY", 1797 EL ex London (originally enclosed 3 £20 bank notes!), 1810 trio of ELs from London with mention of the writer's brother - William Radford - who was a POW in Verdun at the time), 1805/10 pair with red boxed/lined mileages (one at at local 2d rate), 1817 blue mileage cds (damp-damaged), 1863 env. with 1d Red ex London Missent to "Cavendish, Derby" (!!) endorsed "Not Known at Derby" (with 6 Derby postmens' initials), etc. Plus an ILN page with PO sorting pictures (inc. "DERBY" mailbag), and 3 20th century items. Good variety. (31 covers/cards + 3 other items) Cross Reference : MILITARY - NAPOLEONIC WAR (Image)

Starting at £ 110

SOLD for £220.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2204   imageDERBYSHIRE STREET BALLADS - "BARBAROUS MURDER", "EXECUTED AT DERBY" & "DERBY RECRUIT"; Rare 1815-20 trio of thin paper handbills (ideal sizes for an album page; overall toning but a rare lot), all with "Ordoyno, Printer, Nottingham" imprints (one described as "a ½d paper") with sensational news stories on one side; "Life, Trial and Behaviour of Anthony Lingard who was executed at Derby" (1815; with wood-cut scene of tumbril & gallows; the murder committed at Tideswell - closed tear in text & re-backed), "Account of a barbarous and inhuman MURDER" (1817; committed at Chesterfield) and "The Derby Recruit" (1820 "A NEW SONG" about a young man press-ganged into the Army and badly flogged etc.). The original '[Half]Penny Dreadfuls' and very rare survivors. [From the same collection as the similar group of 6 ballads in Cavendish's 11 June 2019 auction - lot 1510 - that realised £595.] (3 items) Cross Reference : EPHEMERA (Image)

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Starting at £ 130

SOLD for £220.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2205   imageEARLY BISHOP MARK - "MR/16" - COVER EX "[GREAT] HUCKLOW" CHARGED "3[d]" TO LONDON; Fine 13 Mar. 1684 EL (ref. lead business) from "Hucklow" ("John Bagshawe") to "Sir John Moore at his house in Mincinge Lane, London this deliver", charged "3[d]" (above 80 miles rate) on the front with a mostly very fine London "MR/16" arrival Bishop Mark nicely placed on the flap. Exhibition Quality. Cross Reference : LONDON POSTAL HISTORY, EARLY LETTERS, EARLY LETTERS (Image)

Starting at £ 80

SOLD for £360.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2206   imageMATLOCKS - EARLIEST KNOWN "MATLOCK" & EARLIEST INGOING COVER, PENNY POST, WAX BAG SEAL, ETC.; 1767-1909 group inc. 1767 EL (minor wear) from Bristol (fair "B/RIS/TOL" on back) "To be left at the Post Office Matlock Wells" (the earliest known ingoing cover to Matlock?), 12 Aug. 1789 EL to Manchester with mainly fine only known wide-spaced "MATLOCK" mark (the earliest known Matlock mark of all by some years), Nov. 1839 EL prepaid to Lichfield with large part strike very rare boxed "Matlock/Penny Post" (with v. fine matching UDC and fair Matlock boxed "No.1"), unstamped 1896 PP Label with v. fine purple BRASSINGTON rubber, 1903 local env. with KEVII ½d Pair tied by Matlock Bridge cds's but sealed with a superb complete red wax P.O. "MATLOCK VILLAGE/[Crown]" Bagseal, and 1909 env. regd to US by Lusitania. Rare group. Plus c.1780 coloured print. (7 items). (Image)

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Starting at £ 130

SOLD for £340.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2207   imageBLUE OR BLACK C.D.S. CANCELS ON IMPERF 1d RED PIECE (MATLOCK BATH) & COVER (WIRKSWORTH); 13 Mar. 1846 EL from Wirksworth to Edinburgh with 1d Red (HC - 3 good margins; slightly into at top) tied by a small part of the "895" Numeral but more effectively tied by two partial strikes of the "WIRKSWORTH" c.d.s. with a further mainly very strike of the c ds alongside; a Unique usage of this cds on a stamp as far as we aware. Plus colourful 11 July 1852 piece with a 1d Red (PL? - 3 good margins; into at foot) tied by a lovely strike of the "MATLOCK BATH" cds in BLUE (also unique as a cancellation as far as we are aware) with a tiny part London (?) Numeral cancel at top right - the cds presumably struck on arrival at Matlock. Unique pair; neither are recorded in Goldsmith & Danzig. (2 items) Cross Reference : 1841 1d REDS, 1840s CANCELLATIONS (Image)

Starting at £ 130

SOLD for £340.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2208   imageN. DERBYS (BUXTON/CHESTERFIELD, ETC.) - EARLIEST KNOWN BOXED MILEAGE, P. DUES, UDC, MISSENT, ETC.; 1801-1953 lot inc. 14 May 1801 EL (some toning) to Lichfield with a mainly fine scarce "CHESTERFIELD/151" Boxed mileage (the earliest recorded - in England? - per Midland PHS book), 1838 EL from Mansfield to Stockport with fine "BUXTON" UDC endorsed "Mifsent to" in red, 1856 pair of envs. (some wear) with 1d Red 'Stars' tied by fair or fine rare Triple-arcs Tideswell "44" Numeral, Feb. 1859 1d Red env. to Tideswell "by Sheffield" with mainly fine rare blue "CRESBROOK" UDC on one flap and a spectacular intaglio "MYSTERIOUS LODGE of the PEAK/[Hand]/VI/441/TIDSWELL" on the other flap, 1856 EL with 1d Red tied by fine rare "499" Glossop Numeral, 1903 Buxton Council Arms env., later P. Due covers, rubbers, etc. Plus 2 QEII covers, 1964 Buxton 5/- Parcel stamp on piece and 1974 menu+invite for Buxton PS 25th Anniv. dinner. (32 covers/cards + invite/menu) Cross Reference : POSTAGE DUE MARKS (Image)

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Starting at £ 130

SOLD for £140.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2209   imageEARLY BISHOP MARK - "DE/13" - COVER EX WIRKSWORTH CHARGED "3[d]" TO LONDON; Fine 10 Dec. 1667 EL (ref. lead business) from "Worksworth" ("Robt. Haywood") to "John Moore Esq. in London, Marchant, These, London" charged "3[d]" (above 80 miles rate) on the front with a very fine London "DE/13" arrival Bishop Mark nicely placed on the top flap. One of the earliest recorded covers from Derbyshire with postal markings. Exhibition Quality. Cross Reference : LONDON POSTAL HISTORY, EARLY LETTERS, EARLY LETTERS (Image)

Starting at £ 100

SOLD for £340.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
DORSET
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
2210   imageBRIDPORT - SCARCE USE OF CDS AS A CANCELLATION - 15 Feb. 1844 1d pink to Deptford cancelled solely with the BRIDPORT cds; matched with 7 Feb. 1844 1d pink from the same correspondence cancelled with MX and with the cds correctly used alongside. Fine matching. (2) Cross Reference : POSTAL STATIONERY, Q.V., 1840s CANCELLATIONS (Image)

Starting at £ 85

SOLD for £90.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
LANCASHIRE - LIVERPOOL
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
2211   image20 & 24 DOTTED DOUBLE ARC, RARE WAX BAGSEAL ON 1860 EL FROM DUBLIN; 1855-57 trio of dotted double arc d.s. inc. 1857 env. London to Liverpool with 24 dot variety d.s. (scarce on internal mail); 1857 env. (some faults) Berlin to Liverpool rated "8" double and 1855 large piece Kingston, Jamaica to Liverpool with v.fine green d.s., the latter examples both with 20 dots. Also 1860 printed "Official Assignee's Office" EL (defects) from Dublin to Liverpool franked 1d Red with (on reverse) large part "POST OFFICE LIVERPOOL" red wax seal and two-line black "Open when re(ceived)/at the P.O. Live(rpool)" mark. Scarce. (4 items) (Image)

Starting at £ 38

CLOSED
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2212   imageRARE EXPERIMENTAL DOTTED CDS ON COVER EX BRITISH GUIANA - 1856 EL from 'Demarary' to Liverpool rated '1/-' and with fine and rare 20-dot cds in green on the front. DEMERARA and London cds on the flaps. Cross Reference : BRITISH GUIANA/GUYANA (Image)

Starting at £ 48

SOLD for £50.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
LANCASHIRE - MANCHESTER
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
2213   imageRARE EARLY REGISTERED LETTER: Nov. 1842 EL from Manchester to Milnthorpe, franked with 1d red tied by MX and having m/s endorsement "1/- Registered". Originally contained a £10 banknote (no longer present!). Cross Reference : REGISTERED MAIL, 1841 1d REDS (Image)

Starting at £ 100

SOLD for £140.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
LANCASHIRE
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
2214   imageTOWN AND VILLAGE POSTMARKS including some duplex and squared circle cancels but mainly cds through to c.1930 and including some early slogan postmarks. Two shoe-boxes containing the marks of a wide range of towns and villages, Liverpool, Blackpool, Manchester, Bolton, Southport, and Accrington, carried primarily on picture postcards, many depicting Lancashire towns and views but also some thematic interest (card condition generally fair). Also a shoe-box of mixed interest postmarks, mainly London. Viewing recommended. (c. 900 Lancashire strikes and c.450 other, in 3 shoe-boxes) Cross Reference : PICTURE POSTCARDS, LONDON POSTAL HISTORY (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 120

SOLD for £360.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2215   imageBOLTON AND FARNWORTH AREA PPCs 1900s -1930s in a large album. The majority of the cards depict street scenes, many showing trams, automobiles and people. Good mix of used and unused, approx. one quarter are Real Photo cards. Condition generally good with usual edge and corner wear. (c. 430 cards) Cross Reference : PICTURE POSTCARDS (Image)

Starting at £ 300

SOLD for £480.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
LINCOLNSHIRE
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
2216   imageLINCOLNSHIRE VILLAGES: a large binder containing a collection of mainly KEVII-KGV period PPCs (but some QV & QEII) with postmarks of a range of towns & villages. Mainly in fine condition with fine strikes. (c. 280) (Image)

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Starting at £ 170

SOLD for £260.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2217   imageDISPLAY of "The Postal History of Lincoln" from 1796-1950s inc. examples of namestamps, mileage marks, MXs, duplexes, instructional marks, slogan cancellations, railway cancellations - inc. a section on Lincoln to Tamworth mail. Very neat & nicely written-up with mainly good quality material and fine strikes. (100) (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 130

SOLD for £220.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
NORFOLK
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
2218   image1801-1848 GROUP OF STAMPLESS MAIL - inc. c1817 E to Norwich with STOKE FERRY straight line and charged '9', attractive 1821 EL to Wymondham charged '4' and with NORWICH mileage cds, 1835 free env. to London from Aylsham from the Earl of Orford, and 24 Feb. 1840 UPP EL with 'New Buckenham/Penny Post' mark to Surrey, etc. (17 items) Cross Reference : FREE MAIL, UNIFORM 1d POSTAGE PERIOD (Image)

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Starting at £ 55

SOLD for £100.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2219   image1840s-1880s GROUP OF LINE-ENGRAVED FRANKED MAIL - inc. rare G-rated 790 Thetford sideways duplex on 1857/59 Es (2, inc. the EKU), 371 Holt 3HOS on 1861 part E to Cromer, and 336 Harleston 3HOS on 21 Apr. 1864 (the EKU); F-rated 115 Stoke Ferry (2) on 1846/49 envs., 473 Long Stratton on 1864 env. to Basingstoke and E-rated 793 Shipdham on 1846 E to London; HEMSBY udc on 1853/55 env. & EL, etc. (36 items) Cross Reference : LINE-ENGRAVED ISSUES (Image)

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Starting at £ 160

CLOSED
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2220   image1844-c1900 MIXED GROUP OF MAIL - inc. 1844 1d pink cancelled by MX to Wymondham, 1855 1d pink with NORTH-WALSHAM and YARMOUTH-NORFOLK cds on the front, range of mostly ½d brown PCs inc. with rare G-rated 34 Attleborough 3VODA duplex, F-rated 657 Rougham 3VOS on 1879 PC to Lynn and ½d + ½d brown reply PC uprated with ½d vermilion to Berlin, and range of mostly 1881 1d lilac franked mail. (40 items) Cross Reference : POSTAL STATIONERY, Q.V. (Image)

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Starting at £ 65

SOLD for £100.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.

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