Lot 67 -
New Zealand. Printed in Auckland by J. Richardson. 1857-63 On Soft White or Hard Paper, No Watermark . Imperforate. 1/- dull emerald-green, good to very large margins, unused without gum, fresh bright colour. A stunning example of this extremely rare and delicate shaded stamp. I. Brun handstamp at foot. R.P.S. Certificate (1959). S.G. 16, £20,000
Provenance: John G. Boker. R.C. Agabeg, March 1971. "Antipodes", October 1988. "Samos", June 1991. Joseph Hackmey, February 2009 . "....Est. £10,000-15,000
Currently GBP 9,000
(Link to this Lot in the Catalog for Bidding)
Spink London Sale - 2201
The 'Lionheart' Collection of New Zealand - Part I - January 26, 2022
This collection comes with excellent pedigree; the majority of lots in the sale have come from the superb collections formed by the likes of Sir Gawaine Baillie, Joseph Hackmey and Major Henry Dumas alongside other award-winning collections of New
Zealand such as “Chalon” and “Pegasus”.
The sale begins, fittingly with the incredibly scarce 1d. dull carmine-red printed by Perkins Bacon and we are proud to offer both a mint example and several used examples including the unique used vertical pair (Ex. Patterson), other notable lots
include examples of the 1855 London Printings 2d. dull blue and 1/- yellow-green, the 1855 J. Richardson 1d. orange, a superb mint example of the 1857-63 1/- dull emerald-green as well as a range of scarce multiples and attractive covers.
All other printings of the Chalon design are included covering a very wide spectrum, giving everyone from the seasoned Chalon specialist to the budding collector a wonderful opportunity to participate in what is sure to be a popular and exciting
Sale venue: Spink UK, 69 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury, London, WC1B 4ET
- 1855 (20 July) Imperforate on Large Star Watermarked Paper. London Printing. 2d. dull blue on blued paper, showing re-entry [8/11] three balanced margins and just cut into the design at foot, unused without gum and with very fine and fresh
appearance; a handsome example of this highly prized rarity. R.P.S. (N.Z.) Certificate (1995). S.G. 2, £35,000. Campbell Paterson A2a, $75,000 (lot 11)
- Printed in Auckland by J. Richardson. 1855 (December) First Printing, Imperforate on White Large Star Watermarked Paper. 1d. orange, good balanced margins, large part original gum with natural gum crease towards foot; very fine and fresh
appearance, small stain at top from gum barely affecting the fine appearance; an attractive example of this rarity. B.P.A. Certificate (1990). S.G. 3b, £32,000 Lot (21)
- Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1862-64 on Large Star Watermarked Paper. 1d. carmine-vermilion, a block of six (2x3) with large part original gum, good to large margins generally all round; the lower right stamp with thin at foot though a
rare and attractive multiple. S.G. 35, £4,500+ (lot 100)
- Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1862-64 on Large Star Watermarked Paper. 1/- green, a block of four with generally good to large margins, just cut-into design at top left; very fresh and fine appearance with part original gum, a rare
mutliple. S.G. 44, £11,000+ (Lot 123)
Session 1: 26 January 2022 Lot Numbers 1 - 278 Time 10:00 GMT (05:00 EST)
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Session 1: (Lots 1 - 278) Wednesday, January 26, 2022 at 5:00 AM EST
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