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Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
420 imageBarbados. The Britannia Issues. Covers and Cancellations. To The United Kingdom. 1871 (24 June) entire from Bridgetown to London, bearing 1870-71 1/- black cancelled with bootheel "1" and showing London Paid arrival datestamp at left, Barbados "1" datestamp on reverse; a couple of filing creases, otherwise sound
Provenance:. Colin Bayley (Image1)
Est. £180-200

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
421 imageBarbados. The Britannia Issues. Covers and Cancellations. To The United Kingdom. 1872 (23 Feb.) envelope (Worcestershire Regimental Crest on flap) to Ellington near Ramsgate, bearing 1871 watermark Small Star 1/- black cancelled with double-arc datestamp and with another strike alongside, Ramsgate datestamp (14.3) on reverse. Photo
Provenance:. Hodsell Hurlock. Challis (Image1)
Est. £200-250

SOLD for £250.00
Will close during Public Auction
422 imageBarbados. The Britannia Issues. Covers and Cancellations. To The United Kingdom. 1873 (13 Mar.) front ethe Bernardy correspondence from Bridgetown to London, marked "Book Post" and bearing 1873 watermark Small Star 6d. orange-vermilion placed sideways and neatly cancelled by "1" datestamp with a further strike alongside; a couple of creases clear of the adhesive. A rare franking with only one other Book Post rate recorded, this being established in 1871
Note: Illustrated on page 149 of the Roett handbook (Image1)
Est. £80-100

SOLD for £130.00
Will close during Public Auction
423 imageBarbados. The Britannia Issues. Covers and Cancellations. To The United Kingdom. 1873 (28 June) entire from Bridgetown to London, bearing 1872 watermark Small Star 1/- black cancelled with double-arc datestamp with a further strike alongside and over-cancelled with London Paid datestamp (14.7); minor soiling at top clear of the adhesive
(Image1)
Est. £180-200

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
424 imageBarbados. The Britannia Issues. Covers and Cancellations. To The United Kingdom. 1875 (29 Apr.) envelope from Bridgetown to Weston Super Mare, bearing 1873 watermark Large Star 1/- black cancelled with double-arc datestamp with a further strike alongside, arrival datestamp (15.5) on reverse. Photo
Note: Illustrated on page 162 of the Roett handbook (Image1)
Est. £200-250

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
425 imageBarbados. The Britannia Issues. Covers and Cancellations. To The United Kingdom. 1877 (10 Nov.) envelope from Bridgetown to London, bearing 1876-81 perf. 14 1/- violet (aniline) cancelled with double-arc datestamp with a further strike alongside, no arrival datestamp. Photo
Note: Illustrated on page 205 of the Roett handbook . . provenance:. Harmers, October 1956. Challis (Image1)
Est. £250-300

SOLD for £200.00
Will close during Public Auction
426 imageBarbados. The Britannia Issues. Covers and Cancellations. To The United Kingdom. 1879 (10 May) "The Barbados Association For The Protection Of Liens Against Plantations." wrapper from Bridgetown to London, bearing 1876-81 perf. 14 1d. grey-blue neatly cancelled by bootheel duplex, fine and attractive; the only recorded example of a De La Rue 1d. paying this rate to England. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £250-300

SOLD for £700.00
Will close during Public Auction
427 imageBarbados. The Britannia Issues. Covers and Cancellations. To The United Kingdom. 1880 (29 Jan.) envelope from Bridgetown "pr R.M. Str." to Oswestry, bearing 1876-81 perf. 14 1/- dull mauve, marginal from the top of the sheet and placed inverted, cancelled with double-arc datestamp, arrival datestamp (12.2) on reverse. Photo
Note: Illustrated on page 206 of the Roett handbook . . provenance:. Harmers, November 1985. Davis (Image1)
Est. £200-250

SOLD for £210.00
Will close during Public Auction
428 imageBarbados. The Britannia Issues. Covers and Cancellations. To The United Kingdom. 1882 (1 July) envelope from Bridgetown to London, bearing 1876-81 perf. 14 4d. carmine cancelled by bootheel duplex, no arrival datestamp; clean and most attractive. Only five covers are recorded to the U.K. similarly franked. Photo
Provenance:. Wheeler. Challis (Image1)
Est. £200-250

SOLD for £270.00
Will close during Public Auction
429 imageBarbados. The Britannia Issues. Covers and Cancellations. To The United States America. 1858 (12 Mar.) envelope from Bridgetown to Philadelphia, rated "4" and bearing 1855-58 white paper 1d. blue with good to large margins nearly all round, placed inverted and cancelled "1" with, alongside, Crowned circle "paid/at/barbados", U.S. "steamship/10" packet charge due handstamp and New Orleans datestamp, the reverse with Bridgetown "1", despatch and St. Thomas (16.3) double-arc datestamps; scarce and attractive. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £400-500

SOLD for £320.00
Will close during Public Auction
430 imageBarbados. The Britannia Issues. Covers and Cancellations. To The United States America. 1859 (12 May) envelope from Bridgetown "via Havannah" to Philadelphia, rated "4" and bearing 1858 6d. rose-red with three very large margins (roughly separated at foot) cancelled "1" and with "steamship/10" packet charge due handstamp, the reverse with despatch and St. Thomas (15.5) datestamps. Photo
Note: Mail from Barbados to North America was usually routed via St. Thomas. From there carriage to Havana was by British transatlantic steamer for an extra fee of 1d. It was then taken northwards by U.S. packet (Image1)
Est. £300-400

SOLD for £350.00
Will close during Public Auction
431 imageBarbados. The Britannia Issues. Covers and Cancellations. To The United States America. 1880 (8 Apr.) envelope "Per Flamborough" to Philadelphia bearing 1876-81 1d. grey-blue pair sharing bootheel dupleand with large part New York "due/5/cents" dupleat foot with the reverse bearing Postage Due 5c. brown cancelled on arrival. Rare and unusual with just four covers at this rate recorded. Photo
Note: The ship letter rate of 2d. per ½oz. to North America was enacted through a Regulation dated November 1865 (Image1)
Est. £400-500

SOLD for £850.00
Will close during Public Auction
432 imageBarbados. The Britannia Issues. Covers and Cancellations. To The United States America. 1880 (9 Nov.) envelope to Philadelphia, rated "4" and bearing 1876-81 perf. 4 1d. grey-blue (perf. faults at right) and 4d. carmine sharing bootheel dupleand with a further despatch code A datestamp below, the reverse with New York "paid/fd/all" duple(30.11) and arrival (30.11) datestamp; a very rare franking with only one other cover recorded with this franking, accepted as full payment for delivery to destination. Photo
Provenance:. Shilstone (Image1)
Est. £500-600

SOLD for £400.00
Will close during Public Auction
433 imageBarbados. The Britannia Issues. Covers and Cancellations. To The United States America. 1882 (18 Apr.) envelope "Per Muriel" to Philadelphia, bearing 1876-81 perf. 14 4d. carmine cancelled with bootheel duplex, the reverse (flap torn) with New York "e/paid/f/all" duple(4.5) and arrival datestamp (4.5); a clean and attractive franking with only five other covers recorded with this franking. Also 1895 2d. G size registered envelope, uprated with 2½d. and 5d., to Allegheny, and 1920 Victory 1d. lightly cancelled and tied on envelope to Springfield, Mo. Photo
Provenance:. Robson Lowe, December 1976 (Image1)
Est. £300-400

SOLD for £350.00
Will close during Public Auction
434 imageBarbados. Later Issues. 1882-86 ½d., 1d. and 4d. grey, each overprinted "specimen" (D11), fresh with large part original gum. A unique group with the D11 stamps believed to be the sole examples recorded and ex the Marcus Samuel collection. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £450-550

SOLD for £500.00
Will close during Public Auction
435 imageBarbados. Later Issues. 1882-86 1d., 3d., 4d. grey and 5/-, each handstamped "specimen" (BAR2 without stop), part original gum which is a little toned on the 4d. and 5/-. B.P.A. Certificate (1986) for 1d.
(Image1)
Est. £150-200

SOLD for £240.00
Will close during Public Auction
436 imageBarbados. Later Issues. 1882-86 Sperati 5/- "die proof" in bistre on wove paper (45x63mm.) signed "Jean de Sperati", a photograph of a similar die proof and a "used" forgery. A rare die proof which was not present in the Sir Gawaine Baillie collection. PhotoF
(Image1)
Est. £200-300

SOLD for £230.00
Will close during Public Auction
437 imageBarbados. Later Issues. 1892 ½d. on 4d. deep brown, variety surcharge double (red and black), a horizontal pair with the right-hand stamp with dot for hyphen on black surcharge and no apparent hyphen on red surcharge, both cancelled by 25 August 1893 datestamps; severed between and rejoined, otherwise sound. A very rare multiple. Originally with R.P.S. Certificate 55,007, not now present. S.G. 104b, £1,800+. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £500-800

SOLD for £950.00
Will close during Public Auction
438 imageBarbados. Later Issues. 1892 3d. imperforate colour trials (57) in an all different variety of colour combinations on unwatermarked gummed paper, the main designs in yellow (2), aquamarine (8), pale grey (3), orange (13), red-brown (3), olive-brown (3), sage-green (2), brown-red (2), brown (5), olive-brown (3), deep purple, deep lilac (2), bright lilac (2), blue (2, bright blue (2) and deep grey (4). A fine and colourful collection. Photo for selection
Provenance:. Lord Vestey, 2015 (Image1)
Est. £3,500-4,500

SOLD for £5,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
439 imageBarbados. Later Issues. 1892-1903 selection (23) all overprinted "specimen" (D11), with set of eleven (½d. with clubbed right foot of "m", 2d. with dot in left leg of "m" and 5d. with broken "M"), additional ¼d. strip of five (one with broken "m"), 2d., 2½d., 5d., 8d. and 2/6d. (both) with broken "m", and 2/6d. violet and green (defects) additionally handstamp "ultramar"; generally good to fine
(Image1)
Est. £100-200

SOLD for £150.00
Will close during Public Auction

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