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Nauru
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
740 imageNauru. 1924-28 Ships shiny paper, 1½d. scarlet lower right corner block of four showing full plate number "24" inverted and reversed, fresh unmounted mint. Only a few known. S.G. 288. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £150-200

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
New Guinea
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
741 imageNew Guinea. 1914 (Dec.) on Marshall Islands, 5mm. setting, 2d. on 10pf. carmine pair tied by "stephansort" and oval "rabaul/new britain" d.s. in violet on 1918 (5 Jan. ) envelope (228x101mm.) to Brisbane, showing "3rd Batt. N. and M. Forces,/Trop. Unit" handstamp in violet; the envelope with three small stain spots and vertical crease, all well away from the adhesives. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £200-300

SOLD for £170.00
Will close during Public Auction
742 imageNew Guinea. 1915-16 NWPI 4d. yellow-orang "abc" strip of three, the top stamp with variety line through "fourpence", neatly tied by Rabaul c.d.s. on 1918 (4 Jan.) envelope registered to India showing, on reverse, Sydney and arrival datestamps, very fine. RPSV Certificate (2001). S.G. 70/70c. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £1,000-1,200

SOLD for £750.00
Will close during Public Auction
743 imageNew Guinea. 1919 NWPI 2½d. indigo, variety "1" of "½" omitted, a fresh and fine mint example of this very rare stamp. S.G. 107a, £14,000. Photo .
Provenance: William Frazer, May 2003 (Image1)
Est. £6,000-8,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
744 imageNew Guinea. 1922 (22 May) New South Wales OHMS "Penalty" envelope registered to Transvaal, bearing NWPI KGV 1d. red (5) perforated "OS" clearly tied by four strikes of Rabaul c.d.s., showing black registration label and, on reverse, Sydney and Langlaagte arrival datestamps; the envelope with some creases. A very rare franking to an exotic destination and regarded as the best Official franking cover available. Photo
Note: The surcharge was applied in a forme of 25 (5x5), four times to each sheet, with the well-known error, inverted "s" in "cents", falling on Nos. 15, 20, 65 and 70. In this case, the error on No. 65 appeared in its normal position, but on No. 70, it fell on the gummed reverse of the selvedge. When the printer applied the hand-held "s" to No. 70, he did it the right way up, not being aware of the error in the surcharging forme.. . provenance:. Patrick Cassels, October 2003. Strutt/Nutting. (Image1)
Est. £800-1,000

SOLD for £950.00
Will close during Public Auction
745 imageNew Guinea. 1935 Air £5 emerald-green block of four from the upper left corner of the sheet; fine unmounted mint. A rare multiple. S.G. 205, £3,000. Photo
Provenance: "Lionheart", April 2013 (Image1)
Est. £2,000-3,000

SOLD for £1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
New Hebrides
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
746 imageNew Hebrides. 1898 (20 Mar.) commercial envelope to Sydney, bearing New South Wales 1d. Shield tied by French Post Office"nouvelle caledonie/noumea" double-ring d.s., showing another strike on face and "T" in inverted triangle with arrival c.d.s. (26.3) on reverse. Rare. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £500-600

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
747 imageNew Hebrides. 1908 (12 Dec.) picture postcard to New York, bearing New South Wales ½d. and 1d. clearly tied by "new hebrides" c.d.s., fine. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £300-400

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
748 imageNew Hebrides. 1924 (May) 5d.on 2½d. ultramarine, variety surcharge inverted, fine mint. Rare. B.P.A. Certificate (1945). S.G. 42a, £3,500. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £1,000-1,200

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
New Zealand
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
749 imageNew Zealand. 1960 (Aug.) Health miniature sheets, both imperforate with full original gum, fresh and fine. S.G. 804b
Provenance: Bradbury Wilkinson archive (Image1)
Est. £300-400

SOLD for £320.00
Will close during Public Auction
750 imageNew Zealand. 1971 4c. Puriri Moth booklet pane of six, each with bright green (wing veins) omitted, fine unmounted mint; with normal for comparison. Very rare with only 3 or 4 panes recorded by Pierron. S.G. 919ba, £1,500. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £500-600

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
Niger Coast
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
751 imageNiger Coast. 1894 (May) Opobo Provisional "½" on half of 1d. dull blue, fine used with part Old Calabar c.d.s. B.P.A. Certificate (2013). S.G. 57, £650. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £200-250

SOLD for £190.00
Will close during Public Auction
Norfolk Island
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
752 imageNorfolk Island. 1947-59 Ball Bay 1d bright violet marginal example from the left of the sheet, variety imperforate at left lightly mounted. The only gummed example thus far recorded. S.G. 2 var. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £1,000-2,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
North Borneo
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
753 imageNorth Borneo. 1886-87 25c. die proof in indigo on thin white paper (85x140mm.) marked "Rejected die", fine. Photo
Literature:. Illustrated on page 87 in Part 1 of the L.H. Shipman handbook. . provenance:. Strutt/Nutting (Image1)
Est. £1,500-1,800

SOLD for £1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
754 imageNorth Borneo. 1897-1902 Pictorial 2c. progressive die proof of the frame, this being the final state, in rose on thin card (93x140mm.) showing reversed embossed die number "2243" at top and marked "17/5.8.96" at lower right; some pinholes at top well clear of design. Photo
Provenance: Strutt/Nutting (Image1)
Est. £600-800

SOLD for £850.00
Will close during Public Auction
755 imageNorth Borneo. 1916 (Feb.) 10c. on 12c. black and deep blue block of fifty [51-100] with margins at sides, the right margin originally folded over so that "s" of "cents" appears on the reverse of the selvedge, and subsequently the missing "s" on the right vertical column has been inserted by hand, unused with large part original gum; the block severed in half and one stamp in the bottom row with part torn away. A magnificent exhibition block. S.G. 188/188a/188b, £8,500+. Photo
Note: The surcharge was applied in a forme of 25 (5x5), four times to each sheet, with the well-known erro, inverted "s" in "cents", falling on Nos. 15, 20, 65 and 70. In this case, the error on No. 65 appeared in its normal position, but on No. 70, it fell on the gummed reverse of the selvedge. When the printer applied the hand-held "s" to No. 70, he did it the right way up, not being aware of the error in the surcharging forme.. . provenance:. Patrick Cassels, October 2003. Strutt/Nutting (Image1)
Est. £3,000-4,000

SOLD for £2,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
756 imageNorth Borneo. 1922 Exhibition 1c. brown, perf 13½-14, showing "borheo" error, fine used with Jesselton c.d.s. S.G. 253a, £900. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £250-300

SOLD for £450.00
Will close during Public Auction
757 imageNorth Borneo. 1922 Exhibition 50c. black and steel-blue, perf 14½-15, a block of twenty-five showing the complete setting with stop after "exhibition" (R.5/4), fine unmounted mint. A rare multiple. S.G. 275c/ca
(Image1)
Est. £350-450

SOLD for £520.00
Will close during Public Auction
758 imageNorth Borneo. 1931 Anniversary 3c. vignette die proof in black on wove paper (88x110mm.) showing complete die impression, fine
Provenance: Strutt/Nutting (Image1)
Est. £200-250

SOLD for £200.00
Will close during Public Auction
Northern Rhodesia
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
759 imageNorthern Rhodesia. 1953 Mkushi Provisional Issue. In July 1953, postal rates within the South African Postal Union were increased. Many post offices in Northern Rhodesia experienced shortages of Postage Due stamps. Owing to a misunderstanding, quantities of 1d. Definitive stamps and of the 1953 Rhodes Birth Centenary 1d. stamps were overprinted and surcharged. Although unofficially prepared, their usage was subsequently approved by the Postal Authorities.. 1953 (23 Aug.) unstamped envelope from Broken Hill to Mkushi, showing despatch datestamp, blue crayon "T 2d" and bearing Definitive 1d. green marginal vertical pair with type-written "postage/due/1d" in red and tied by two arrival c.d.s., fine. Very rare with only twenty-one such covers recorded in "The Rhodesian Philatelist" listing, of which this is number 17. S.G. cat. from £4,750. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £2,500-3,000

SOLD for £2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction

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