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New South Wales continued...

New South Wales continued...
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
21 imageNew South Wales. 1854-63 Diadem Issues. 1854 imperforate 1/- pale red, watermark inverted and reversed, small to good margins, fine unused. S.G. 100, £5000+. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £800-1,000

SOLD for £700.00
Will close during Public Auction
22 imageNew South Wales. 1854-63 Diadem Issues. 1856 imperf 1d. orange-red, printed on both sides, the second impression inverted, small margin at foot, touched on other sides, cancelled "151" of Condamine (Moreton Bay District), fine. The only example recorded. B.P.A. Certificate (2003). S.G. 109a, £2500. Photo
Note: This error was recorded by Bassett Hull in 1911 and occurs in two different shades. The only unused example is in the orange-vermilion shade. This stamp, in orange-red, is the only used example in private hands. The Royal Collection has two examples.. . provenance:. Victor Frankenstein, May 2000. "Alvarado", May 2010 (Image1)
Est. £2,000-2,500

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
23 imageNew South Wales. 1854-63 Diadem Issues. 1856 imperf 2d. pale blue, watermark "1", mainly good to large margins (touched at lower left), indistinctly cancelled, fine. Extremely rare, one of two examples recorded, the other is in the Royal Collection. B.P.A. Certificate (1988). S.G. 112b, £8500. Photo
Note: The first report of this error was in the "London Philatelist" in May 1892 by M.P. Castle, the famous London collector. His example was bought by King George V in 1929 and is now in the Royal Collection.. . provenance:. C.L. Pack, December 1944. Isleham, March 1987. Victor Frankenstein, May 2000. "Alvarado", May 2010 (Image1)
Est. £4,000-5,000

SOLD for £4,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
24 imageNew South Wales. 1854-63 Diadem Issues. 1856-60 imperf 3d. yellow-green, small to large margins, unused without gum, very fine. S.G. 115, £1800. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £700-900

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
25 imageNew South Wales. 1854-63 Diadem Issues. 1856-60 imperf 3d. dull green with four good margins, unused with large part original gum. Superb condition for this stamp. S.G. 117, £1900. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £1,000-1,200

SOLD for £3,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
26 imageNew South Wales. 1854-63 Diadem Issues. 1863 perf 13 6d. mauve, imperforate between stamp and margin at right, lightly cancelled; paper wrinkle at top left otherwise fine. The only example recorded. S.G. 165. Photo
Note: The first perforation 12 machine resulted in all stamps at the edge being imperforate between stamp and margin. These are not errors and are considered part of the printing process. (Image1)
Est. £120-150

SOLD for £130.00
Will close during Public Auction
27 imageNew South Wales. 1862-65 no watermark, perf 14 2d. pale blue lower right corner strip of four with wing-margin at right, unused with large part original gum; the first stamp with light crease and the lower right corner of margin clipped, otherwise very fine. S.G. 188, £1,000+. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £400-500

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
28 imageNew South Wales. 1882-97 perf 12x10 6d. mauve imperforate between stamp and margin at right, clearly cancelled, fine. Three postally used examples recorded. S.G. 235ca. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £150-180

SOLD for £160.00
Will close during Public Auction
29 imageNew South Wales. 1888-89 Centennial 1d. lilac on Stamp Duty paper, an upper left corner pair, the left stamp without watermark, some perfs at top re-inforced, fine mint. S.G. 259. Photo
Note: In late 1888, there was a shortage of Watermark Large Crown/NSW paper and the Government Printer was forced to produce emergency printings of the 1d. and 2d. values on Stamp Duty paper watermarked "NSW". Since the paper was of a different size than that usually encountered, some sheets missed the perforating machine, producing stamps imperforate between stamp and margin. This was part of the printing process and is not considered an error. However, on rare occasions, the paper was mis-placed resulting in stamps in the corner position being printed without watermark. (Image1)
Est. £120-150

SOLD for £130.00
Will close during Public Auction
30 imageNew South Wales. 1888-89 Centennial 2d. Prussian blue imperforate block of four with margin at right showing part inscription, the upper right stamp with thin otherwise fine mint. S.G. 254a, £750. Photo
Note: This is the largest recorded multiple and the only known block of four in private hands. There is another block in the H.L. White collection in the State Library of New South Wales.. . provenance:. Hutson, February 2014 (Image1)
Est. £600-800

SOLD for £600.00
Will close during Public Auction
31 imageNew South Wales. 1897-99 2d. die proof in black on thin glazed card (32x50mm.), fine. This is not cut from the triptych proofs as there are differences in design compared to the 2d. in the tryptich. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £300-400

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
32 imageNew South Wales. 1899 (Oct.) Watermark Crown over "NSW" (II) 1d. carmine block of four, the right vertical pair imperforate three sides, lightly toning and tone spots on reverse otherwise fine mint and rare. RPSV Certificate (2013). S.G. 299a, £1000. Photo
Note: Although the error was recorded in the scarlet shade, no distinction was made with the earlier carmine printing. It is much rarer than the scarlet printing with only siblocks of four recorded. The certification of this block led to its listing in the Stanley Gibbons catalogue. (Image1)
Est. £300-400

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
33 imageNew South Wales. 1899 (Oct.) Watermark Crown over "NSW" (II) 1d. salmon-red, an imperforate pair on piece with normal 1d., clearly cancelled by Sydney duple(4.3.1902), fine. Rare, only three used pairs recorded. S.G. 301a, £350. Photo
Provenance:. John Bell, May 2013 (Image1)
Est. £160-180

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
34 imageNew South Wales. 1899 (Oct.) Watermark Crown over "NSW" (II) 1d. salmon-red horizontal pair with mixed perfs, slight gum toning and the right stamp with vertical crease otherwise fine mint. Rare, the only recorded example in private hands. RPSV Certificate (2014). S.G. 301b, unpriced. Photo
Note: The stamps in this pair are perforated 12x11½ with an additional vertical line of perforations guaging 11 between producing the mixed perforation error. This pair was discovered in 2013 and led to its listing in the 2014 Stanley Gibbons catalogue. There is another pair in the H.L. White collection in the State Library of New South Wales. (Image1)
Est. £280-350

SOLD for £320.00
Will close during Public Auction
35 imageNew South Wales. 1899 (Oct.) Watermark Crown over "NSW" (II) 2d. cobalt-blue, an interpanneau strip of four, the left pair imperforate, fine mint; also an imperforate horizontal pair. Only two interpanneau strips recorded. S.G. 302a, £600+. Photo
Provenance:. Hutson, February 2013 (Image1)
Est. £500-600

SOLD for £520.00
Will close during Public Auction
36 imageNew South Wales. 1899 (Oct.) Watermark Crown over "NSW" (II) 6d. emerald-green, an imperforate lower left corner block of four, fine mint, the lower pair unmounted. S.G. 306a, £1200+. Photo
Note: Blocks of four are the largest multiple recorded, with siin private hands.. . provenance:. Colonel Harrie Evans, May 2002 (Image1)
Est. £500-600

SOLD for £500.00
Will close during Public Auction
37 imageNew South Wales. 1902-03 Watermark Crown over "NSW" (III) 1d. carmine, a vertical strip of ten comprising the complete column with sheet margin inscriptions, imperforate between stamps and margin at left, fine mint. BW N9b, $5000. S.G. 314. Photo
Note: This complete column and an unused strip of three are the only examples recorded in private hands. Two panes are know in museum collections. . . provenance:. Hutson, February 2013 (Image1)
Est. £500-600

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
38 imageNew South Wales. 1902-03 Watermark Crown over "NSW" (III) 1d. carmine, a block of thirty (3x10) from the right of the sheet with margins on three sides, imperforate between stamps and margin at right, fine mint. The only examples recorded. Unlisted in Brusden White; S.G. 314. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £500-600

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
39 imageNew South Wales. 1902-03 Watermark Crown over "NSW" (III) 1d. carmine horizontal pair with mixed perfs, fine used. The only example in private hands, the H.L. White collection in the New South Wales State Library has a mint vertical pair. BW N11, unpriced; S.G. 314. Photo
Note: The stamps in this pair are perforated 12x11½ with an additional vertical line of perforations guaging 11 producing the mixed perforations error. (Image1)
Est. £250-300

SOLD for £260.00
Will close during Public Auction
40 imageNew South Wales. 1902-03 Watermark Crown over "NSW" (III) 2d. cobalt-blue vertical pair, imperforate between stamps and margin at right, the upper stamp with some very minor adhesions on reverse, otherwise fresh and fine mint. The only examples in private hands. Unlisted in Brusden White; S.G. 315. Photo
Note: There is a vertical strip of ten in the H.L. White collection in the New South Wales State Library.. . provenance:. Carrington, November 2012 (Image1)
Est. £250-300

SOLD for £240.00
Will close during Public Auction

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