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Bermuda
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
480 imageBermuda. 1924-32 Script 2/6d. grey-black and dull scarlet-vermilion on grey-blue, very fine mint. An exceptional example of this rare printing. Bermuda Spec. KG2h; S.G. 89h, £2,750. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £1,000-1,200

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
481 imageBermuda. 1924-32 Script 12/6d. grey and orange with break in scrolls at right (R.1/3) in the full state, very fine mint. S.G. 93h, £900. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £250-300

SOLD for £270.00
Will close during Public Auction
482 imageBermuda. 1938-53 perf 14 2/- purple and deep blue on pale blue ordinary paper, a lower right corner block of eighteen (6x3) with plate number, showing varieties on [5/11] retouched broken top right scroll and [5/12] broken lower right scroll, fresh unmounted mint. S.G. 116de, £880+
(Image1)
Est. £350-400

SOLD for £280.00
Will close during Public Auction
483 imageBermuda. 1938-53 £1 pale purple and black on pale red (second printing) lower right corner pair with HPF# 59ii, 60 broken lower right scroll, centrally cancelled by Hamilton c.d.s. for 6 October 1945, fine. A lovely positional piece. S.G. 121b/be £1,560+. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £600-800

SOLD for £550.00
Will close during Public Auction
484 imageBermuda. 1938-53 £1 deep reddish purple and black on pale red (third printing), a lower right corner block of four [47-48/59-60] with HPF# 47, 59ii and 60 broken lower right scroll, fine unmounted mint. An extremely rare positional multiple, only 95 sheets were printed. S.G. 121c/ce, £1980+. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £600-800

SOLD for £850.00
Will close during Public Auction
British East Africa
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
485 imageBritish East Africa. 1890-95 2½a. black on bright yellow vertical pair, variety imperforate between, clearly cancelled by Mombasa c.d.s. dated 12 February 1894, fine. S.G. 7cd, £600. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £180-220

SOLD for £240.00
Will close during Public Auction
486 imageBritish East Africa. 1897-1903 CC 1r. to 50r. set of eight, each overprinted "specimen", part to large part original gum; the 3r. with small light corner bend at upper left, otherwise a chiefly fine group. S.G. 92s-99s, £915
(Image1)
Est. £250-350

SOLD for £220.00
Will close during Public Auction
487 imageBritish East Africa. 1897-1903 CC 1r. grey-blue, 2r. orange, 3r. deep violet and 4r. carmine all with large part original gum; good to fine. S.G. 92-95, £960
(Image1)
Est. £250-350

SOLD for £300.00
Will close during Public Auction
British Honduras
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
488 imageBritish Honduras. Early Letters and Handstamps. Incoming Mail from the United Kingdom. 1858 (15 Sept.) large part entire from London to Lieut. Holmes of the Royal Artillery bearing 1855-57 wing-margin 6d. lilac cancelled with "76" dupleand with Belize double-arc datestamp (B2) on reverse, and 1859 (15 Feb.) entire letter ehe same correspondence, rated "6" and showing Lombard St. datestamp at right, the reverse with Belize double-arc datestamp (B2); fold faults though a scarce pair as few incoming letters have survived prior to 1860
Note: Lieut. Holmes, who served with The 2nd. West India Regiment, was part of a force that there was there to protect Belize City from the sea following a fear of reprisal raids after the Battle of St. George's Caye in 1798. The strength of the regiment was just 17 officers, 17 sergeants, 6 drummers and 367 rank and file. Note that the address on both of these covers is inscribed "British Honduras", although the settlement only became a British Colony in 1862 (Image1)
Est. £150-180

SOLD for £320.00
Will close during Public Auction
489 imageBritish Honduras. Early Letters and Handstamps. Incoming Mail from the United Kingdom. 1874 (9 Jan.) entire letter from London "p Mail Str Nile" to Belize, rated "1/-" and showing Lombard St. datestamp in red and a light strike of the very rare "belize" 23½mm. datestamp (BSC3, only recorded in 2000), the earliest recorded example of the three known. Photo
Note: The text includes mention of the possible loss of two vessels with the "Cornwall" wrecked off Key West, and them now awaiting the arrival of the "Danish Beauty" (Image1)
Est. £400-500

SOLD for £320.00
Will close during Public Auction
490 imageBritish Honduras. Early Letters and Handstamps. Incoming Mail from the United Kingdom. 1874 (9 Feb.) entire letter from London "p R. M. Str. Moselle" to Belize, rated "2/-" and showing Lombard St. datestamp in red and a superb strike of the very rare "belize" 23½mm. datestamp (BSC3, only recorded in 2000), the latest recorded example of the three known. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £400-500

SOLD for £480.00
Will close during Public Auction
491 imageBritish Honduras. Early Letters and Handstamps. The Guatemalan Mails. 1862 (16 May) entire letter from London to Guatemala, bearing 1855-57 6d. lilac cancelled "12", showing "1" due to Belize Post Office, "6" Reales handstamp and, on reverse (part flap missing), despatch datestamp in blue and a light strike of the Belize datestamp (BSC1); one of five examples of this rare datestamp recorded and the earliest to Guatemala
(Image1)
Est. £120-150

SOLD for £170.00
Will close during Public Auction
492 imageBritish Honduras. Great Britain used in British Honduras. 1d. rose-red (defective) and 6d. lilac (2, one with wing-margin and one on 1860 front and part back to Sheffield) all cancelled by large "A06", 4d. rose with reduced wing-margin and 6d. lilac (2, one defective) each cancelled by small "A06", fair to fine strikes. S.G. Z1-Z3, £3,125. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £400-500

SOLD for £320.00
Will close during Public Auction
493 imageBritish Honduras. 1865 No Watermark Issue. "Florin" Head Die Proofs. 6d., stamp-size in black and inset on thick card. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £400-500

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
494 imageBritish Honduras. 1865 No Watermark Issue. "Florin" Head Die Proofs. 1/- in green on glazed card (92x60mm.) "1865" in blue; some removal of the surface at left and at top though a very rare proof in this colour. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £600-800

SOLD for £480.00
Will close during Public Auction
495 imageBritish Honduras. 1865 No Watermark Issue. Specimen Stamps. 1d. pale blue and 1/- green, both handstamped "specimen" (D5), the 1d. with reduced wing margin and toned gum with some stains on face, the 1/- with two small thins at top
(Image1)
Est. £120-150

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
496 imageBritish Honduras. 1865 No Watermark Issue. Specimen Stamps. 1d. pale blue, 6d. rose and 1/- green, each handstamped "specimen" (D2), part original gum; 1d. with a few clipped perfs, otherwise fine and a rare trio. B.P.A. Certificate (1985) for 1d. and R.P.S. Certificate (1999) for 1/-. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £750-1,000

SOLD for £700.00
Will close during Public Auction
497 imageBritish Honduras. 1865 No Watermark Issue. Specimen Stamps. 1/- green handstamped "specimen" (D5), part original gum; fine. B.P.A. Certificate (1998). Photo
(Image1)
Est. £150-180

SOLD for £120.00
Will close during Public Auction
498 imageBritish Honduras. 1865 No Watermark Issue. Issued Stamps. 1d. pale blue, 1d. blue, 6d. rose (3, two with wing-margin) and 1/- green, all cancelled with large "A06"; 1d. pale blue with clipped perfs. at foot, otherwise generally good to fine. S.G. 1-4, £790
(Image1)
Est. £150-180

SOLD for £160.00
Will close during Public Auction
499 imageBritish Honduras. 1865 No Watermark Issue. Cover. 1872 (15 July) envelope to New Orleans, bearing 1d. blue vertical strip of three and a single (defective corner) each cancelled "A06" and with Belize datestamp below, "jamaica/transit" handstamp at right over-cancelled by "n y steamship/10" transit datestamp (25.7), the reverse with Kingston, Jamaica transit c.d.s. (20.7). A very rare and attractive franking with only a handful of first issue covers recorded. A highly important exhibition cover. Photo
Provenance:. Drs. Harper. March 2009 (Image1)
Est. £4,000-5,000

SOLD for £3,500.00
Will close during Public Auction

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