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British Honduras continued...
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
520 imageBritish Honduras. 1891 (May) SiCent Surcharges. Issued Stamps. "6" in red on 10c. on 4d. mauve, variety "6" and bar inverted, tied to small piece by "o" in oval of bars and with small part of "received" handstamp. Scarce. R.P.S. Certificate (1983). S.G. 43a, £600. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £200-250

CLOSED
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521 imageBritish Honduras. 1891 (May) SiCent Surcharges. Issued Stamps. "6" in black on 10c. on 4d. mauve, variety "6" and bar inverted, twice cancelled with part "o" in oval of bars; a little toned though of good appearance, otherwise sound. Scarce. B.P.A. Certificate (1935). S.G. 44a, £1,100. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £200-250

SOLD for £160.00
Will close during Public Auction
522 imageBritish Honduras. 1891 (May) SiCent Surcharges. Covers. 1892 (19 Feb.) Aikman envelope registered "per S.S. Stillwater" from Belize to New Orleans, bearing "6" in red on 10c. on 4d. mauve (2, one variety "6" only inverted), thrice cancelled "o" in oval of bars and showing Belize datestamp, "r" in oval, U.S. registration numbers and "received/feb 23 1892/new orleans, la" datestamp in magenta; envelope with some small faults and a little toned though an exceptionally rare variety, particularly on cover. B.P.A. Certificate (2006). S.G. 43, 43b, £6,500+. Photo
Note: Only siexamples of the "6" only inverted can exist, as one of each of these errors came in the first sisheets, and the mistake was then corrected. . provenance:. Sir Henry Tucker. Simon Richards, October 2005 (Image1)
Est. £2,000-2,500

SOLD for £1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
523 imageBritish Honduras. 1891 (May) SiCent Surcharges. Covers. 1892 (6 Apr.) Aikman imprint envelope registered from Belize "via U.S.A." to Stanley Gibbons in London, bearing "6" in red on 10c. on 4d. mauve and "6" in black on 10c. on 4d. mauve, both variety "6" and bar inverted, both cancelled "o" in oval of bars and showing Belize datestamp, "r" in oval and Liverpool Registered oval datestamp (20.4), all on face; envelope toned and with adhesive tape stain at left though a rare franking. R.P.S. Certificate (1946). S.G. 43a, 44a, £1,700+. Photo
Provenance: Peter Jaffé, October 2006 (Image1)
Est. £1,000-1,200

SOLD for £800.00
Will close during Public Auction
524 imageBritish Honduras. 1891 (Oct.) "five" on 3c. on 3d., variety "five" and bar double, widely spaced, fine mint. B.P.A. Certificate (1984). S.G. 49b, £375
(Image1)
Est. £100-120

SOLD for £110.00
Will close during Public Auction
525 imageBritish Honduras. 1891 (Oct.) "five" on 3c. on 3d., variety "five" and bar double, closely spaced, fine mint. Holcombe Opinion (1991). S.G. 49b, £375
(Image1)
Est. £100-120

SOLD for £130.00
Will close during Public Auction
526 imageBritish Honduras. 1891-1901 Keyplate Issue. Imperium Proofs. "postage postage" imperforate 6d. Die II, white numeral with shaded value tablet from an Appendisheet dated 15 December 1897, in maroon and black affixed to small piece. Photo
Provenance: John Sussex, November 2002 (Image1)
Est. £250-300

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527 imageBritish Honduras. 1891-1901 Keyplate Issue. Imperium Proofs. "postage & revenue" perforated 6d. with white numeral in green and red as used for the 50c. value, perf. 14 on gummed unwatermarked paper; perfs. clipped at foot. Photo
Note: This colour combination was also used for the Gold Coast 1889 20s.. . provenance:. Sir Gawaine Baillie, November 2006 (Image1)
Est. £100-120

SOLD for £80.00
Will close during Public Auction
528 imageBritish Honduras. 1891-1901 Keyplate Issue. Specimen Stamps. 10c. dull purple and green and 50c. to $5, each overprinted "specimen" (D12) and later handstamped "ultramar" in blue by a Postal Receiving Authority, the 10c. without gum, the 50c. to $5 most unusually mint
(Image1)
Est. £150-180

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529 imageBritish Honduras. 1891-1901 Keyplate Issue. Issued Stamps. 1c. dull green with part original gum, 2c. carmine-rose and 5c. ultramarine used, all three with showing malformed "s"; the used with a couple of small faults though an unusual trio. KGVI Expertising Certificate (2015). S.G. 51a, 52a, 54a, £705
(Image1)
Est. £150-180

SOLD for £250.00
Will close during Public Auction
530 imageBritish Honduras. 1899 "revenue" Issue. The set of four with overprint 12mm. long, the set of four with overprint 11mm. long 5c. marginal with plate number, and 5c. marginal block of four, [43-50], with [44] showing overprint 12mm. long, good to fine mint; also 25c. and 50c. on 1/- fiscally used. S.G. 66-69, 66d, 67c, 68d, 69c, £817+
(Image1)
Est. £150-180

SOLD for £230.00
Will close during Public Auction
531 imageBritish Honduras. 1899 "revenue" Issue. The set of four with overprint 12mm. long, mint plus 5c. and 25c. used plus another 50c. on 1/- cleaned, all [34] from the first printing with variety "bevenue"; the mint 50c. on 1/- not guaranteed and sold on it's merits. S.G. 66-68a, £1,335+
(Image1)
Est. £400-500

SOLD for £320.00
Will close during Public Auction
532 imageBritish Honduras. 1899 "revenue" Issue. 5c. ultramarine, variety malformed "s" at right, Plate 2 Row 7/3, fresh mint, and a used example (horizontal crease) cancelled with neat 1900 double-ring datestamp. S.G. 66b, £1,050. Photo for both
(Image1)
Est. £250-300

SOLD for £240.00
Will close during Public Auction
533 imageBritish Honduras. 1899 "revenue" Issue. 10c. mauve and green, a complete left-hand pane less the top row, [30] showing variety "revenu" and with [43], [45-48/49-54/55-60] with overprint 11mm. long, four other stamps with minor type varieties. A rare multiple proving that the "bevenue" error was corrected yet the "revenu" was not. S.G. 67, 67b, 67c, £1,845
Provenance: R. Hart, February 1978. "Foxley", March 2014 (Image1)
Est. £600-800

SOLD for £700.00
Will close during Public Auction
534 imageBritish Honduras. 1899 "revenue" Issue. 25c. red-brown and green, [36], variety "reve ue", fresh unused with part original gum; very rare with only three examples apparently recorded. Also a used example (soiled and two corner creases at upper left) showing an early state of the variety with "n" lightly printed. B.P.A. Certificate (2003) for the mint example. S.G. 69b, £2,500+. Photo for both
Note: Of the three examples that have been recorded with the "N" completely omitted one was in the Manus collection, sold by Plumridge in 1933, and one is in the Royal Philatelic Collection (Image1)
Est. £1,200-1,500

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British Levant
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
535 imageBritish Levant. British Field Office in Salonica. 1916 3d. bluish violet block of four, fine mint. A scarce multiple. R.P.S. Certificate (1963). S.G. S4, £640
(Image1)
Est. £200-250

SOLD for £180.00
Will close during Public Auction
British Solomon Islands
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
536 imageBritish Solomon Islands. 1908-11 Small Canoe ½d. to 5/- set of eleven, each in unmounted mint or lightly hinged blocks of four, fine and attractive multiples. S.G. 8-17, £800+
(Image1)
Est. £350-450

SOLD for £450.00
Will close during Public Auction
Burma
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
537 imageBurma. India used in Burma. 1855 (16 Jan.) entire from Rangoon to Calcutta, pre-paid under the government mail contract rate up to ¼ tola, franked with 1854 ½a. blue (Die II) and tied by diamond of dots, 'rangoon/ post office' dispatch and 'calcutta/ g.p.o.' arrival markings alongside; fine. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £400-500

SOLD for £700.00
Will close during Public Auction
538 imageBurma. India used in Burma. 1855 (26 Feb.) entire from Thayetmyo to Calcutta bearing 1854 1a. red (Die I) tied by diamond of dots, 'thayetmyo' despatch and 'cal/g.p.o.' markings; attractive
(Image1)
Est. £100-150

SOLD for £900.00
Will close during Public Auction
539 imageBurma. India used in Burma. 1855 (16 Apr.) entire (large portion missing at reverse) to Calcutta bearing 1854-55 ½a. blue (Die II) tied by diamond of dots cancellation, slightly smudged 'rangoon/ r.h./ no.1/ post office' receiving house handstamp in red to face, Calcutta G.P.O. stamp to reverse; fine. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £1,500-2,000

CLOSED
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