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Mauritius - The "Tatiana Collection" continued...

GB Used in Mauritius
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
20039 F image1862 (Jun 9) Envelope to Dublin with GB 1855-57 6d pale lilac, wmk Emblems tied by "B53" numeral and Dublin cds, red "1 1/2d" hs, reverse with Mauritius despatch, H&K Pact and Belturbet arrival, minor envelope faults, cert. BPA (2003) One of only two known usages of GB in Mauritius, a major postal history rarity (Image 1)

Estimate. GBP 15,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Earliest Impressions (SG 3-5)
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
20040 H,J imageTHE LARGEST KNOWN MULTIPLE 1d orange-vermilion, BLOCK OF SIX, positions 1-6, good to very large all round except bottom left and right, all cancelled by rare blue numeral '1' of Mahebourg and a portion of red London ds applied in transit, some usual toning, extraordinarily fine for such an important and large multiple, exhibition showpiece (SG £108'000+) On the reverse of the block we can see the outline of the flap of the original envelope to which it had been affixed, which is therefore not a crease. This spectacular block in its rich bright shade clearly shows, amongst other characteristics of the earliest impression the 'sticky print' and uneven inking of the beginning period. "The impression is so early that if the paper was yellowish it would undoubtedly classify as the earliest" (Burrus 1968). We now know that several different papers were used at the same time and can confirm without doubt that this block is from the EARLIEST impression. Arnold Rudge states "After very careful thought and examination I am convinced this block is an Earliest. There is also an amazing DOUBLE PRINT of the design best seen at lower right" This is the LARGEST KNOWN MULTIPLE of the Earliest impression and of the entire Post Paid issue. An outstanding item of phenomenal importance Provenance: Arthur Hind, March 1934 (Lot 249) Maurice Burrus, October 1963 (Lot 32), Hiroyuki Kanai, November 1993 (Lot 6) Expertise: Signed Herbert Bloch, cert. David Brandon (1997) (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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Estimate. GBP 80,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
20041 H image2d indigo-blue used pair from positions 5-6, with good to huge margins, barred circle cancels, some light creasing not detracting from the appearance of this exceedingly rare and desirable multiple in this rare shade (SG £52'000+) Provenance: Dale-Lichtenstein, October 1968 (Lot 6) Hiroyuki Kanai, November 1993 (Lot 24) Expertise: Cert. BPSB (2002) and David Brandon (2006) (Image 1)

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Estimate. GBP 20,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
20042 DCE imageONE OF THE FINEST RECORDED 2d deep blue unused left marginal with fine to huge margins, from position 4 on the plate, rich deep colour from the scarce indigo shade, very fine and fresh, a superb stamp (SG £65'000) Provenance: Ferrary, April 1923, Sale VI (Lot 346) Dale-Lichtenstein, October 1968 (Lot 5) Hiroyuki Kanai, November 1993 (Lot 27) (Image 1)

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Estimate. GBP 30,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
20043 DCE image2d deep blue unused with large to very large margins, from position 6 on the plate, rich deep colour, thinned but not affecting the lovely appearance of this stamp (SG £65'000) Expertise: Cert. BPA (1996) (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Estimate. GBP 10,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
20044 F image2d deep blue, position 3, large to very large even margins and neatly tied by bars cancel on folded cover to Bordeaux, with 'MAURITIUS GPO' crown cds and 'ESPAGNE' cds alongside, Lisbon transit and Bordeaux arrival bs, a lovely cover and very rare, a showpiece for the connoisseur Provenance: Alfred Caspary, February 1958 (Lot 658) Expertise: Signed Calves, Raybaudi and E.Diena, cert. David Brandon (2006) (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Estimate. GBP 20,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Early Impressions (SG 6-9)
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
20045 H image1d vermilion, position 2, close to good margins, used with clear central target cancel, some usual toning, corner thin, very fine appearance and rare (SG £7'500) Provenance: Ferrary Maurice Burrus, October 1963 (Lot 34) Expertise: Cert. Peter Holcombe (1999), David Brandon (2006) (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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Estimate. GBP 1,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
20046 H image1d vermilion, position 3, large even margins all round, used with clear central rare '13' numeral cancel of Grand River, some usual toning, minor cnr crease, very fine to superb appearance and rare (SG £7'500) Provenance: Ferrary, April 1923, Sale VI (Lot 344) Dale-Lichtenstein, September 1969 (Lot 27) Hiroyuki Kanai, November 1993 (Lot 43, Realised CHF6'325) Expertise: Cert. Peter Holcombe (1999) and David Brandon (2006) (Image 1)

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Estimate. GBP 2,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
20047 H image1d vermilion, horizontal pair, position 5-6, close to very large uneven margins, used with two strike of the '14' numeral cancel from Rivière du Rempert, light creasing, some usual toning, very fine for this rare used pair (SG £15'000+) Provenance: Hiroyuki Kanai, November 1993 (Lot 37) Expertise: Signed Diena, cert. BPSB (2002) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. GBP 4,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
20048 H image1d vermilion, horizontal pair, position 8-9, good to large margins, used, some usual toning, very fine for the rare used pair (SG £15'000+) Expertise: Signed Diena, cert. Diena (1961) and RPS (1963) (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Estimate. GBP 4,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
20049 H image1d vermilion, position 10, close to very large margins, used with '14' numeral cancel, tiny filled thin spot and crease in margin top right, some usual toning, very fine and rare (SG £7'500) Expertise: Signed Diena, cert. David Brandon (1980) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. GBP 1,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
20050 H image1d vermilion, horizontal pair, position 11-12, good to very large margins, used with two strike of the clear target cancels, some usual toning, extremely rare for this rare used pair (SG £15'000+) Expertise: Cert. RPS (1957) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. GBP 4,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
20051 H image1d vermilion, position 11, good to huge margins showing portion next stamp at right, used with unclear central numeral cancel, some usual toning, very fine appearance and rare (SG £7'500) Expertise: Cert. RPS (1977) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. GBP 2,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
20052 H image1d vermilion, position 11, clear to large margins, used with unclear central numeral cancel, some usual toning, very fine appearance and rare (SG £7'500) Expertise: Cert. David Brandon (1996) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. GBP 2,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
20053 DCE image1d orange-vermilion, position 11, very close to good margins, unused without gum, thins, some usual toning, fine for the very rare unused single (SG £35'000) Expertise: Cert. David Brandon (1998) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. GBP 5,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
20054 H image1d orange- vermilion, position 1, clear to large uneven margins, used with clear central target cancel, some usual toning, very fine appearance and rare (SG £7'000) Expertise: Cert. BPSB (2002) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. GBP 2,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
20055 H image1d orange-vermilion, position 8, large even margins showing, used with clear central '3' numeral cancel, some usual toning, very fine appearance and rare (SG £7'500) Expertise: Signed Herbert Bloch, Cert. David Brandon (1997) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. GBP 1,500

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
20056 H image1d orange-vermilion, position 11, just clear to good margins, used with unclear central numeral cancel, small tear at top above 'T', some usual toning, fine appearance and rare (SG £7'000) Expertise: Cert. BPA (1977) (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. GBP 800

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
20057 F imageA UNIQUE FRANKING 1d red, HORIZONTAL STRIP OF THREE, position 7-9, close to very large uneven margins, all cancelled by blue numeral '1' in two concentric circles, on 1854 folded letter sheet sent locally from Mahebourg to Port Louis, showing 'MAURITIUS/GPO' crowned ds and blue bevelled framed 'Mahebourg/AU.10.1857' ds, some cover faults and creases, a very important showpiece, this being the only such franking recorded This is possibly the finest 1d Post Paid cover on the basis of colour and shade Rate: 3d inland letter rate. As per ordinance No. 8 and 9 of 1850, (No.8) postage on a letter not exceeding 1/2 ounce from a rural post town or village to Port Louis was 2d and (No.9) 1d was added for Town postage within Port Louis regardless of weight. Provenance: Ibbotson Vikram Chand Expertise: Cert. Peter Holcombe (1988), BPA (1991) and David Brandon (2007) (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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Estimate. GBP 20,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM
20058 C image2d blue, position 8, UNUSED with large part original gum, good even margins all round, lovely sharp crisp impression and excellent colour, an important unused Mauritius and world rarity (SG £38'000) Note: This impression is at least as rare as the earliest in unused condition, showing the slightly "sticky" print Expertise: Cert. Alberto Diena (1967) and BPA (1979) (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Estimate. GBP 15,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-29, 11:59 PM

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