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Lot 113 - Gibraltar. 1889-96 10c. Carmine with Value Omitted. A Hugely Important Multiple. The unique block of four from the right of the sheet; incredibly fresh and fine, very lightly hinged on the upper horizontal pair leaving the lower pair unmounted. A unique opportunity to aquire this very famous and spectacular multiple of the highest exhibition quality. S.G. 23b, £28,000+Provenance: Geoffrey Duveen, Robson Lowe, Basel VI, October 1976.....Est. £12,000-18,000 Sold for GBP 42,000

Spink London Sale - 21011 (Sale 2101 here at SampAuctionNetwork)

The 'Lionheart' Collection of Great Britain and British Empire - Part XIV - January 20, 2021

Lionheart part XIV is a varied sale as usual but with even more rarities than ever, a few highlights include the elusive Cape of Good Hope 4d. ‘black triangular’, a 1928 Cyprus £5 mint block of four, an incredibly rare Gibraltar 10c. carmine with value omitted in a marginal block of four and from K.U.T. we have the 1922 £25 formerly part of the Lord Vestey collection; alongside these are some lovely one-country collections and groups and a range of popular sets and single items. Highlights:
  • Highlight 1 - Gibraltar. 1889-96 10c. Carmine with Value Omitted. A Hugely Important Multiple. (Lot 113)
  • Highlight 2 - Barbados. 1861-70 1/-blue error of colour, bright and even colour; a few perforations repaired at right, nevertheless an attractive and fresh example of this popular rarity. (Lot 26)
  • Highlight 3 - British Columbia. 1860 2½d. pale dull red imperforate plate proof from the left of the sheet, large even margins on the remaining three sides, unused without gum, very fresh appearance; rare in such fine condition. (Lot 39)
  • Highlight 4 - Newfoundland. 1919 "Hawker" 3c. brown, signed 'J.A.R.' , the initials of the postmaster, J. A. Robinson, in black on reverse, fresh and fine with large part original gum. Signed G. Bolaffi in pencil. S.G. 142 (Lot 225)
Session Information
Session 1: 20 January 2021 Lot Numbers 1 -316 Time 14:00 GMT (09:00 EST)

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