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Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
201 imageVictoria. 1863-73 Laureated, De La Rue Paper, 4d. rose, perf 12, error printed double, clearly cancelled, misperforated resulting in perfs being cut-off at right and at foot, fine. Rare, the only example recorded. RPSV Certificate (1997). S.G. 110a under-catalogued at £1500. Photo
Note: This error was first in the "Philatelic Journal of Great Britain" in October 1929 and listed by Stanley Gibbons in 1958. The second of the printed double errors from Victoria. Illustrated in the "Stamps of Victoria" by Geoff Kellow, page 162.. . provenance:. J.R.W. Purves. Rod Perry. Nick Holness, April 2006 (Image1)
Est. £1,200-1,500

SOLD for £1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
202 imageVictoria. 1863-73 Laureated, De La Rue Paper, 4d. pink, perf 12, error watermark "8", fine used. Rare, two examples recorded. One of the great watermark errors of Victoria. RPSV Certificate (2009). S.G. 110ca, £8000. Photo
Note: This error was first reported in "Vindins Philatelic Monthly" in July 1894 (this example is now believed to be lost) and it was listed by Stanley Gibbons in 1899. Two examples recorded, this being the most recent find in 2008. (Image1)
Est. £3,000-4,000

SOLD for £3,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
203 imageVictoria. 1884-96 watermark V over Crown (Type W19), perf 13 £7 violet on blue overprinted "Specimen" (Type 13) horizontally in red, centred to top and with large part original gum, £9 yellow-green on green diagonally overprinted "Specimen" (Type 14), lovely colour and with large part original gum, and perf 12 £5 rose-pink diagonally overprinted "Specimen" (Type 13), no gum, brilliant impression and colour and well-centred for this high value. The only examples recorded and unknown in mint condition. RPSV Certificate (2012) for £7. S.G. 250, 252, 278. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £12,000-15,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
204 imageVictoria. 1884-96 "stamp duty" £100 imperforate die proof in black on thin card; slight thinning at top and tiny fault in bottom margin well clear of design. Two examples known, one in the Royal Philatelic Collection. Ceremuga Certificate (2019). Photo
Note: This proof is illustrated on page 249 in "Stamps of Victoria" by Geoff Kellow. (Image1)
Est. £2,500-3,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
205 imageVictoria. 1886-96 "stamp duty" 2d. mauve, variety imperforate, tied to small piece by part Foster "73" duplex, fine. Rare. See "Stamps of Victoria" by Geoff Kellow, page 262. S.G. 314e, £1,000. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £400-500

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
206 imageVictoria. 1899-1900 wmk. V over Crown, perf 12½ 2/6d. yellow, fresh and fine mint. S.G. 370, £700. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £200-250

SOLD for £210.00
Will close during Public Auction
207 imageVictoria. 1901-10 Watermark "V" over Crown, 1½d. maroon on yellow top left corner block of eight (4x2), the top four stamps with error mixed perforations 12½ and 11, fine mint. A great rarity of the Federal period of Victoria. RPSV Certificate (2009). S.G. 411, £5600+. Photo
Note: This block is perforated 12½ all round with an additional row of perforation 11 at top, thereby creating the error. Only two other mint singles of this error are recorded. (Image1)
Est. £1,600-2,000

SOLD for £1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
208 imageVictoria. 1901 £1 die proof in carmine-rose on surfaced wove paper (62x60mm.), State 1 showing a short vertical white line under beard, lovely impression, fine. Very rare. BW V125DP(1). Photo
(Image1)
Est. £1,500-1,800

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
209 imageVictoria. Railway Stamps. 1915 Victorian Railways "Winged" design, a die proof colour trial in blue-green on gummed paper (90x61mm.) with central value vignette blank, fine. Only four exist in this colour. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £250-300

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
210 imageVictoria. Covers and Cancellations. 1853 (Dec.) entire registered to Sydney, bearing 1851-52 Laureated 1d. vertical pair on blue wove paper (cut-into at top) and 6d. Pl. II re-engraved, both cancelled by unclear barred oval, showing "registered/mudgee" h.s. at left and, on reverse, "mudgee/n.s.w." and arrival datestamps; the entire has been expertly repaired along the vertical folds though still of fine appearance. A rare usage of the re-engraved 6d. on cover, particularly pre-paying the registration fee. Very few recorded. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £1,500-2,000

SOLD for £1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
211 imageVictoria. Covers and Cancellations. 1854 (15 Feb.) locally addressed "drop letter" entire bearing 1850 Half-Length, Third State of dies, 1d. dull rose [9] with close margins, clearly tied by Barred Oval "1" and showing "melbourne/victoria" oval d.s. alongside. A fine and rare usage of the 1d. local usage. S.G. 9b. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £1,000-1,200

SOLD for £1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
212 imageVictoria. Covers and Cancellations. 1854 (4 May) mourning envelope from Melbourne to Yorkshire via Panama, marked "Per Golden Age", bearing Half-Length 1853 4th printing "white veils" 3d. deep blue pairs (2) with the left stamp of the left pair showing spectacular retouch completely obliterating the corner "e", all cancelled by Barred Oval "1", showing manuscript "2/-", "melbourne/victoria" oval d.s. below with London and arrival datestamps (18.5) on reverse; the right-hand pair with defect at upper right. A rare and desirable cover. B.P.A. Certificate (2019). S.G. 14a, 14c. Photo
Note: This cover left Melbourne on 5 May en route via the Pacific to Panama, then onwards via the RMSP Co. to Southampton arriving there on 17 July. (Image1)
Est. £5,000-6,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
213 imageVictoria. Covers and Cancellations. 1854 (24 Oct.) entire from Geelong to Melbourne, bearing 1854-57 Campbell & Fergusson 3d. greenish blue horizontal interpanneau pair with good to large margins, [24-19], neatly tied by Barred Oval "2" and showing, on reverse, despatch and arrival oval datestamps. One of the finest Campbell and Fergusson covers. B.P.A. Certificate (2018). S.G. 29a. Photo
Provenance:. C. L. Pack, December 1944. John Boker, April 1981 (Image1)
Est. £1,500-1,800

SOLD for £1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
214 imageVictoria. Covers and Cancellations. 1855 (1 Jan.) envelope used locally at Forest Creek, bearing Half-Length Campbell & Fergusson 1d. bright lilac-rose (2), [Pos 18 - both units - from Stone 4/5, ninth printing], tied by Barred Oval "37", showing fine unframed "advertised/and/unclaimed" h.s. in red, unclaimed "149" manuscript marking at left and, on reverse, "castlemaine/victoria" oval d.s. (23.3). Rare and desirable. Photo
Provenance:. Rod Perry (Image1)
Est. £600-800

SOLD for £900.00
Will close during Public Auction
215 imageVictoria. Covers and Cancellations. 1858 envelope registered from Beechworth to Switzerland, bearing Octagonal 1/- strip of three (folded over bottom edge), pair and Emblem 4d. pair on laid paper (folded over top edge), all tied by Barred Numeral "6", rated "1/10" (deleted) and "4/2" in red, circular-framed "pd" in red, London Registered transit d.s. (20.12), Calais entry d.s., manuscript "6" (decimes), straight-line "charge" (additionally tying the 4d. pair) and, on reverse, despatch, Melbourne, Basel and Lugano datestamps; the envelope with small fault at foot clear of adhesives. A remarkable franking with 5/8d. being the highest for a registered cover to Switzerland. Photo
Provenance:. J.R.W. Purves (Image1)
Est. £200-300

SOLD for £600.00
Will close during Public Auction
216 imageVictoria. Covers and Cancellations. 1859 (11 Feb.) double rate entire from Ballarat to Hamburg, marked "via England", bearing Woodblock imperf 2/- (damaged at lower left prior to application) and Emblem imperf 4d., both clearly tied by Barred Numeral "5", showing manuscript "1/4", oval-framed "p", red London Paid transit c.d.s. (11.4) and, on reverse, despatch, Melbourne (12.2) and arrival (13.4) datestamps. A rare franking to Germany. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £350-400

SOLD for £300.00
Will close during Public Auction
Western Australia
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
217 imageWestern Australia. Early Letters and Handstamps. 1830 (25 June) entire letter from Richard Wills in Fremantle to an army officer in London, rated "1/-", showing framed "india letter/deal" with red arrival datestamp (19.3.31) on reverse; heavy horizontal filing crease towards foot. A very early letter from the Swan River Settlement. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £2,000-2,500

SOLD for £4,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
218 imageWestern Australia. Early Letters and Handstamps. c.1841 Official envelope to York, marked "Free" in red, signed "John Hutt" at lower left and showing Crowned "general/post offic/perth" h.s.; the envelope with some discolouration at foot and with seal on reverse cut away. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £500-600

SOLD for £400.00
Will close during Public Auction
219 imageWestern Australia. Early Letters and Handstamps. 1847 (13 Apr.) envelope to Ireland, marked "By the Scout" and "overland mail via Southampton", showing fine boxed "paid/fremantle" in red with manuscript date inserted and, on reverse, London (29.6) and arrival datestamps. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £400-500

SOLD for £1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
220 imageWestern Australia. Early Letters and Handstamps. 1848 (30 July) entire letter to London headed "Northam Swan River", rated "2/7", showing boxed "york/paid" in black with manuscript date inserted, oval "ship letter/western australia/paid" in red with arrival c.d.s. (27.10) on reverse. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £600-800

SOLD for £950.00
Will close during Public Auction

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