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Great Britain Stamps & Postal History - Dec 2021 continued...

IRELAND PRE-1922 - POSTAL HISTORY continued...
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1741   imageMONEY LETTER MAIL & DUBLIN GPO WINDOW MAN RECEIPT; 1826/28 E's to Dublin all endorsed 'Money letter rated '1/4'(d) or '1/6'(d) with Rathfriland, Hillsboro or Newtownards mileage marks on front and one with additional framed "POST PAID" and s/l "GRAYABBY" h.s. on front and 28 April 1827 printed GPO 'Window Man' signed 'AB' (Arthur Baker) printed 'GENL POST OFFICE IRELAND' receipt (type 2) used for Money Letters handed in at the GPO and v.rare thus with few examples believed to exist. (4 items) Cross Reference: REGISTERED MAIL (Image)

Starting at £ 200

Currently...£220.00
Currently...USD 297.00
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1742   imagePROVINCIAL POST PAIDS; Range on leaves with 1813 to Edinburgh with framed serpentine “POST PAID” mark with Belfast mileage mark on front, 1814 printed Insurance EL with printed ‘Postpaid.’ On front and used locally at Cork, 1827 E to Dublin with framed arc “PAID” h.s. and Coleraine mileage marks on front, 1833 EL to Dublin with "MYBORO/40" mileage mark on rear and part-framed "P.PAID" h.s. on front, 1836/36 E’s to Enniskillen or Dublin with fancy-framed “PAID/at/OMAGH” or “PAID/at/DUNGANNON” h.s. on front, 1836 E to Dublin with “POST PAID” h.s. on front and Navan d.s. on rear, 1838/39 EL’s with framed “POST PAID/AT TRALEE” or “POST PAID/AT CARLOW” and other related examples. (14 covers) Cross Reference: EDINBURGH (Image)

Starting at £ 160

Currently...£160.00
Currently...USD 216.00
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1743   imagePENNY POST MARKINGS; Range with 1835 EL to Dublin with "BALLYCONNELL/PENNY POST" h.s. on front, 1834 EL to Dublin with "BRAY/PENNY POST" h.s. on front with contents written by the Postmistress (Mrs Miller) headed internally with another strike of the same mark and unusual thus, 1836 printed EL ex Dublin with framed "Enniskillen/Penny Post" h.s. on front, 1839 EL ex Dublin with "LEIGHLINBRIDGE/PENNY POST" h.s. on front and a few others. (9 covers) Cross Reference: PENNY POST MARKS (Image)

Starting at £ 80

Currently...£80.00
Currently...USD 108.00
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1744   imageROSCREA DISTINCTIVE "4" HANDSTAMP USED FOR TREBLE WEIGHT MAIL; 23 Mar. 1843 EL to Dublin ex Roscrea endorsed 'above 1 oz.' at top with v.fine strike distinctive "4" h.s. applied at Roscrea in lieu of stamps to indicate prepayment of a treble weight letter (1 - 2 oz.) the contents of which refers to enclosures no longer present. Scarce and unusual. Cross Reference: DUBLIN CITY (Image)

Starting at £ 190

Currently...£190.00
Currently...USD 256.50
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1745   imageSOLDIERS CONCESSION RATE MAIL: Quintet with 1799 EL ’A Soldiers letter’ (written by Major Fraser’s daughter and therefore an abuse of privilege) to Nairn with s/l “WESTPORT”, circular “POST/PAID/D” and Edinburgh(?) Bishop mark on front, 1824 EL to Virginia to Sergeant Mitchell rated ‘1’(d) with “NEWRY/50” mileage mark on front, 1829 EL ‘From A.Cruickshank Sergeant 79th Regt’ to Bannockburn with Parsonstown mileage mark and Dublin Paid d.s. on front, 1833 EL to London endorsed ‘Soldiers Letter’ rated ‘1’(d) with s/l “TRIM” h.s. on front and DublIn & London d.s. on front and 1837 EL to Neath signed a by a Colonel in the 71st Regt. With framed “PAID AT/KILKENNY” and Dublin Paid d.s. on front. (5 covers) Cross Reference: MILITARY - PENNY CONCESSION RATES (Image)

Starting at £ 100

Currently...£110.00
Currently...USD 148.50
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1746   imageWATERFORD-MILFORD PACKET ½d TAX; Aug. 1836 EL (file fold, slightly reduced) to London ex Castletown carried on the Waterford-Milford packet and rated '1/4½'d to inc. additional ½d tax for the road to the Packet Station at Hobbs Point. Rear with s/l "CASTLETOWN", Waterford and London d.s. Early example of this turnpike charge introduced just six weeks prior. Scarce. Cross Reference: WELSH POSTAL HISTORY, WATERFORD (Image)

Starting at £ 65

Currently...£65.00
Currently...USD 87.75
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1747   imageANGLO-IRISH WAR - RAIDED MAIL & IMPROVISED MARKINGS; Range on annotated leaves with 8 July 1921 env. to Waterford franked GB KGV 2d tied by Waterford cds with paste-on framed typewritten font "CENSORED BY - I.R.A./9th July 1921." label on rear plus a range of improvised marks inc. 25 Nov. 1920 env. to Dublin franked GB KGV 2d tied by ms. 'Mountjoy/25-11-20', 22 Apr. 1921 local plain PC to Dublin franked GB KGV 2d vertically bisected & tied by Dublin machine cancel, 2 Jan. 1923 env. to Foxrock franked optd GB KGV 1d tied by Gaelic Krag machine cancel showing missing date in one part, following a fire at the Rotunda and other related examples improvised or modified cancellations. (8 covers, 1 card & 3 fragments) Cross Reference: CANCELLATIONS, MILITARY - CENSORED MAIL, BISECTS, PICTURE POSTCARDS (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 150

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BELFAST
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1748   imageEXCEPTIONALLY RARE BELFAST IRISH/BRITISH POSTAGE SPLIT MARK; 8 Jan. 1806 EL (minor faults) to Lisbon with mostly v.fine strike of the Belfast "POST PAID/Irish '6'(d)/British '5:8'(d)" and totalled as '6:2'(d) below. Exceeding rare mark - the finer of perhaps only two examples (other to Edinburgh) believed to exist. "BELFAST" s/l h.s. and d.s. also on front and London transit d.s. on rear. Significant Irish exhibition item Cross Reference: OVERSEAS DESTINATIONS, ACCOUNTANCY MARKS, IRELAND PRE-1922 - POSTAL HISTORY (Image)

Starting at £ 500

Currently...£500.00
Currently...USD 675.00
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DUBLIN CITY
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1749   imageDUBLIN INVERTED BISHOP MARK; 24 May 1716 EL (refolded, few faults) to Tralee rated '1/-' with Dublin Bishop mark on rear showing the "24" (day) inverted in relation to "MA" (May) of which six examples (over a 10 year period; 1706/16) are believed to exist. Important Dublin mark. (Image)

Starting at £ 200

Currently...£220.00
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1750   imageRARE DUBLIN "D" MARK; Dec. 1719 EL (faults & repaired tear) to London with encircled "D" of Dublin and London Bishop marks on rear. Rated '6'(d) on front. Only a few examples of this mark are known on mail from Dublin to or via London - they are thought to be the precursor of the "DUBLIN" handstamps of 1720-87. Cross Reference: LONDON POSTAL HISTORY (Image)

Starting at £ 260

Currently...£280.00
Currently...USD 378.00
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1751   imageDUBLIN STRAIGHT LINE FREE MARKS AND RARE COUNTERFEIT MARK; Pair with 1746/49 EL's to Dublin both with s/l "FREE" marks on front and with s/l "BIRR" and "WAXFORD" town marks also on front, the later additionally struck with "COUNTERFEIT" h.s. as endorsed signature of 'Colclough' (Wexford MP 1727/60) at lower left recognised as forged and charged '4'(d) on front. (2 covers) Cross Reference: FREE MAIL, FORGERIES - COVERS (Image)

Starting at £ 200

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1752   imageDUBLIN PAID MARKS; Range inc. 1770 EL to Cognac with “POST/D/PAID” h.s. on front, 1788 EL to Bordeaux with circular “POST/PAID/D” h.s. on front, 1823/31 E’s to Dublin with octagonal “A” or “C” code “PAID” d.s. on front, 1826 EL to Edinburgh ex Cork with serrated circular “POST PAID/[DATE] /MIDDAY MAIL” d.s. on front, 1830 front to Dublin with Tullamore mileage mark and circular “SUNDAY/[DATE]/PAID” d.s. on front, 1843 E to Edinburgh with framed “PAID” d.s. showing frame break at left and other related examples. (66 covers + few fronts) Cross Reference: OVERSEAS DESTINATIONS, FRANCE, EDINBURGH, WARWICKSHIRE - BIRMINGHAM (Image)

Starting at £ 110

Currently...£110.00
Currently...USD 148.50
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1753   imageDUBLIN INSPECTORS MARKS; Range inc. 1782 EL to Dublin with “TPERARY” h.s. and Inspectors Crown on front, 1827 EL to Macroom ex Dublin and redirected to Dublin with two strikes of the “F” Inspectors mark and re-rated twice, 1830 EL to Castlecomer ex Clonmell redirected to Dublin and then back to Castlecomer with “A” Inspectors Crown and oval “T.OFF/POSTAGE TO DUBLIN/NOT PAID” h.s. on front (6 covers) Cross Reference: INSPECTORS' MARKS, REDIRECTED AND TURNED MAIL, INSTRUCTIONAL MARKS, IRELAND PRE-1922 - POSTAL HISTORY (Image)

Starting at £ 65

Currently...£65.00
Currently...USD 87.75
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1754   imageEXTREMELY RARE DUBLIN TREBLE POSTAGE MARK; 1 May 1795 EL (small tears) to Limerick signed 'Macnamally' at lower left apparently unacceptable and presumably forged subject to inspection with corresponding Inspectors Crown mark on front and struck with the "TREBLE POSTAGE" h.s. - four examples believed extant - mostly fine strike and rated '1/-' (3 x 4d over 40 miles rate) accordingly as a penalty. Significant Irish exhibition item and important example of postal consequences for abuse of privilege. Cross Reference: IRELAND PRE-1922 - POSTAL HISTORY, FREE MAIL, INSPECTORS' MARKS (Image)

Starting at £ 340

Currently...£360.00
Currently...USD 486.00
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1755   imageDUBLIN SERPENTINE & TWO DOT DATESTAMPS; Pair with 4 Jan. 1796 EL (faults) to Dublin rated '4'(d) with "TULLAMORE" h.s. on front and Dublin d.s. showing two serpentine squiggles on either side of the 'day' - only known in use for 5 days and very rare thus and 13 July 1797 EL (faults) to Campbelltown rated a total of '4/-' with a similar d.s. on rear showing dots at either side of the 'day' plus 1798/1800 EL's to Scotland or Nenagh showing the Dublin d.s. on rear without marks on either side of the 'day'. (4 covers) (Image)

Starting at £ 200

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1756   imageRARE S/IRELAND MARKINGS ON MAIL TO LONDON; Pair with May 1798 EL (minor faults) to London from Dublin with London (rare "S"-outside code Sunday arrival cds on rear) with a faint red London "S/IRELAND" mark (38mm; only 4 examples recorded) on front being the rarest of the "IRELAND" marks and May 1800 EL from Dublin to London with a very fine 95% strike of the large-sized "S/IRELAND" mark on the front matching the London "S" code arrival cds and both rated '8'(d) on front. (2 covers)Cross Reference: IRELAND PRE-1922 - POSTAL HISTORY, LONDON POSTAL HISTORY (Image)

Starting at £ 200

Currently...£220.00
Currently...USD 297.00
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1757   imageRARE CROWNED GARTER-FRAMED DUBLIN CUSTOMS PAID DATESTAMP; Mostly fine 2 Oct. 1817 E to Antrim rated '9'(d) with a mainly very fine rare red oval-framed crowned "CUSTOMS PAID" garter datestamp on front with "PAID" framed Dublin d.s. directly below. Rare Official Mail Dublin mark. An example (1824; 7 years later) in our Sep. 2014 sale sold for £360.Cross Reference: OFFICIAL MAIL, OFFICIAL MAIL, IRELAND PRE-1922 - POSTAL HISTORY (Image)

Starting at £ 200

Currently...£200.00
Currently...USD 270.00
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1758   imageDUBLIN MERMAID, EXCISE & ORDNANCE PAID DATESTAMPS; Trio with 1809 EL to Dublin with "WICKLOW/24" mileage mark and Dublin Mermaid type "PAID" d.s. on front, 1817 front & part rear to Colchester with a rare and mostly very fine Crown "EXCISE PAID" garter d.s.on front with Dublin and London Paid d.s. also on front .Prepaid '1/3'(d) with 'W Steele' authorising signature is on the front; apparently the earliest known example, also predating the similar known Customs type and 1837 E 'On Service' to Portarlington with Dublin octagonal "PAID d.s. and oval "ORDNANCE/PAID/OFFICE" h.s. both on front. (3 covers) Cross Reference: FREE MAIL, OFFICIAL MAIL, IRELAND PRE-1922 - POSTAL HISTORY (Image)

Starting at £ 130

Currently...£130.00
Currently...USD 175.50
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1759   imageDUBLIN NOT PAID MARKS; Pair with Nov. 1825 E to Dublin (redirected to Naas) ex Scotland with Haddington mileage mark on rear and fancy oval-framed "POSTAGE to DUBLIN/NOT PAID" d.s. on front and finally rated '3/6½' (d) on front and Aug. 1839 EL to Dublin (redirected to Downpatrick) with "AUGHNACLOY" d.s. on rear and "Postage to/Dublin/not paid" h.s. on front. (2 covers) Cross Reference: REDIRECTED AND TURNED MAIL, IRELAND PRE-1922 - POSTAL HISTORY, SCOTLAND, INSTRUCTIONAL MARKS (Image)

Starting at £ 130

Currently...£130.00
Currently...USD 175.50
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1760   imageDUBLIN "Above privileged number" & OVAL-FRAMED "ABOVE/NUMBER/PRIVILEGED" MARKS; Fine pair of 1826 free fronts to or from Dublin each charged postage of '2/6'(d) or '8'(d) having very fine strikes of the rare red "Above the privileged number" or oval-framed red [CROWN] Dublin "ABOVE/NUMBER/PRIVILEGED" marks. Rare pair. (2 fronts) Cross Reference: FREE MAIL, LONDON POSTAL HISTORY, IRELAND PRE-1922 - POSTAL HISTORY (Image)

Starting at £ 100

Currently...£100.00
Currently...USD 135.00
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