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The 'Lionheart' Collection of Great Britain and British Empire - Part XIV continued...

North Borneo continued...
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
241 imageNorth Borneo. 1931 Pictorial sets of eight, one overprinted "specimen" and one as issued, large part original gum; the Specimen set with some paper adhesion on the reverse of most values. S.G. 295s-302s, 295-302, £650 (Image1)

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Est. £200-300


Will close during Public Auction
Nova Scotia
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
242 imageNova Scotia. 1860-63 group of plate proofs each in blocks of four (24) comprising 1c. in black, green, dark violet and orange, 2c. in lilac, grey and orange, 5c. in blue, black and orange (irregular and cut-into on one side), 8½c. in light bluish-green, dark green, black and orange, 10c. in vermilion, black (overprinted 'specimen' very lightly in red), dull red, yellow-brown, green, blue and orange, and 12½c. in black, vermilion and orange; all on India paper with a few mounted on card, scarce multiples. An attractive group. Unitrade C$10,000+ (Image1)

Est. £2,000-4,000


Will close during Public Auction
Nyasaland
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
243 imageNyasaland. 1896-1921 group all overprinted "specimen" comprising 1896 set to £25, 1903-04 set to £10, 1908-11 set to £10 (£10 with some paper adhesion to face) and 1913-21 set to £1, part to large part original gum, some with minor faults such as light toning. S.G. 32s-42s, 59s-67s, 72-82s and 83s-98s, £4,000+ (Image1)

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Est. £750-1,000


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244 imageNyasaland. 1895 £25 black and blue-green, lightly mounted mint, some very minor toning of the gum which does not affect the fine and fresh appearance of this great rarity. S.G. 31, £16,000Provenance: Robson Lowe, Basel V, April 1978 (Image1)

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Est. £3,500-6,500


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245 imageNyasaland. 1896 CC £1 black and blue, £10 black and orange and £25 black and green, each overprinted "specimen", large part original gum; £25 with tiny tone spot on reverse, otherwise fine. S.G. 40s-42s, £750+ (Image1)

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Est. £250-350


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246 imageNyasaland. 1896 CC £25 black and green, overprinted "specimen", large part original gum. S.G. 42s, £450 (Image1)

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Est. £150-250

Currently... £160.00
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247 imageNyasaland. 1903-04 1d. to £10 set of ten, each overprinted "specimen" (D12), fresh and fine mint. S.G. 59-67, £925 (Image1)

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Est. £300-400


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248 imageNyasaland. 1919 MCA £10 purple and royal blue, lightly mounted mint, a very fresh and fine example of this popular and rare high value. Signed Raybaudi. S.G. 99e, £4,000 (Image1)

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Est. £2,000-3,000


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249 imageNyasaland. Revenue Stamp. 1891 B.C.A. imperforate £25 blue perforated "specimen" twice; one rather heavy hinge remainder though a nice example of this rare stamp. Barefoot 10s (Image1)

Est. £500-600


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Orange Free State
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
250 imageOrange Free State. 1897 perf. 14 6d. blue, prepared for use but not issued, two horizontal complete panes of sixty from the lower half of the sheet with plate number '1' at foot and handstamped '30 Oct 96'; a few gum bends and minor creasing in places. The De La Rue archive sheet. S.G. footnote after 87, £7,800+Note: The stamp was never issued due to the British occupation of Bloemfontein and is only found overprinted V.R.I. This is a unique and important multiple. (Image1)

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Est. £2,000-3,000


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Rhodesia
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
251 imageRhodesia. 1892-1924 mint and used collection on album pages including 1892-93 set to £2 rose-red mint and with £5 (3) and £10 (2) fiscally used, 1892-94 with values to 4/- and with some values in blocks of four, 1896-97 Die I set to 4/- mint and Die II set to 10/- (3) all mint, 1896 Cape of Good Hope overprint set to 1/- (with duplication), 1897 set of eight to £1 mint and used, some in complete sheets, 1898-1908 set to £2 mint and to £10 fiscally used (including high value multiples) and with lower values mint in duplicate, 1905 Falls set to 1/- mint and used, 1910-13 Double Heads to 10/- mint and with shades and duplication, 1913-19 Admirals with values to £1 mint and used, surcharges, multiples, etc., an interesting range in chiefly good to fine condition; some minor faults on some of the used. High catalogue value (Image1)

Est. £4,000-6,000

Currently... £3,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
252 imageRhodesia. 1892-1909 mint collection on album pages including 1892-93 set of eleven to £10 brown, 1892 surcharge set of four, 1892-94 set to 4/-, 1896-97 sets (both Dies), 1896 Surcharges, 1897 £2 rosy red (Brandon Certificate), 1898-1908 set to £2 mint (also £5 with filled perfin holes), 1905 Falls set, 1909-12 set to £1 and a page of this issue with no stop varieties including 1/- (3), 5/- (4) and 10/-; a very useful group in chiefly good to fine condition. Cat. £14,000+ (Image1)

Est. £1,500-3,000

Currently... £1,200.00
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253 imageRhodesia. 1892-93 £5 sage-green, well-centred example with part original gum, fine. S.G. 12, £1,600 (Image1)

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Est. £700-900


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254 imageRhodesia. 1892-93 £5 sage green marginal and £10 brown (diagonal crease) both unused without gum and 1898-1908 £1 greyish red-purple with part original gum and £5 deep blue unused without gum; a useful group. S.G. 12-13, 90 and 92, £7,975 (Image1)

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Est. £800-1,200


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255 imageRhodesia. 1898-1908 £2 brown, £5 deep-blue and £10 lilac, all perforated "specimen" and including eighty-seven examples of the £2 with pairs, strips of three, four and five, eleven examples of the £5 with a pair, a strip of three and a strip of four, thirteen examples of the £10 including two strips of three and a strip of six, all without gum; attractive multiples and a useful group. S.G. 91s-93s (Image1)

Est. £800-1,200


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256 imageRhodesia. 1910-13 Double Head Issue. Perforated 14. ½d. to £1 carmine-red and bluish black set of eighteen, the 8d. perf. 13½, large part original gum; fresh and fine. S.G. 119-165 group, £4,000+ (Image1)

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Est. £1,500-2,500


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257 imageRhodesia. 1910-13 Double Head Issue. Perforated 14. ½d. (3), 1d. bright carmine, 2d. black and grey, 2½d. (2), 3d. purple and ochre, 4d. black and orange (2), 5d. purple-brown and olive-green, 6d. red-brown and mauve, 8d. greenish black and purple, 10d. scarlet and reddish mauve, 1/- grey-black and deep blue-green, 2/- black and ultramarine, 2/6d. black and crimson, 3/- green and violet, 5/- vermilion and deep green, 7/6d. carmine and pale blue, 10/- blue-green and orange, and perf. 13½ 2½d. and 8d., part to large part original gum, a generally fine group. Cat. £3,200+ (Image1)

Est. £700-900


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258 imageRhodesia. 1910-13 Double Head Issue. Perforated 14. ½d. dull green, ½d. bluish green, 5d. error of colour purple-brown and ochre (P.F.S.A. Cert. 1979), 2/6d. black and crimson, 3/- green and violet (two shades), 5/- vermilion and deep green (3), £1 rose-scarlet and bluish black and £1 crimson and slate-black; all with large part original gum, fine. Cat. £6,000+ (Image1)

Est. £1,000-2,000


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259 imageRhodesia. 1910-13 Double Head Issue. Perforated 14. 1d. (2), 2d., 2½d. (3, shades), 6d., 10d., 1/-, 2/-, 2/6d., 5/-, 10/- and perf. 13½ 2½d. (2) and 8d. (two shades), all with large part original gum; 2/6d. thinned though generally fine. Cat. £1,890 (Image1)

Est. £250-350


Will close during Public Auction
260 imageRhodesia. 1910-13 Double Head Issue. Perforated 14. 7/6d. deep rose-red and bright grey-blue, RSC "C", neatly cancelled-to-order with Salisbury datestamp, fresh and fine. R.P.S. Certificate (1984) (Image1)

Est. £250-300


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