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St. Kitts-Nevis
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
840 imageSt. Kitts-Nevis. 1935 Silver Jubilee 1/- with variety kite and horizontal log, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 64l, £475. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £200-250

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
St. Vincent
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
841 imageSt. Vincent. 1915 (Jan.) 1d. on 1/- black and green with "one" omitted, fine unmounted mint. Brandon Certificate (1994). S.G. 121a, £1,400. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £400-500

SOLD for £420.00
Will close during Public Auction
Sarawak
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
842 imageSarawak. 1923 (Jan.) Second printing, "one/cent" on bright blue lower right corner block of four with plate number, the upper left stamp showing "en" of "cent" scratched out and "ne" overprinted, fine mint. A major rarity with just thirteen examples printed and exceptional in this positional form. S.G. 74ca, £9,000+. Photo
Note: The "cnet" error was corrected for the second printing but the native compositor had been instructed to make this second overprinting identical to the first and, realising that he had failed to make a true copy, therefore altered the correctly spelled "cent" to conform to the original "cnet" error. (Image1)
Est. £4,000-5,000

SOLD for £4,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
Saudi Arabia
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
843 imageSaudi Arabia. 1924 Caliph Postage Due ½pi., 1pi. and 2pi., large part original gum; fine. An exceptionally rare set in this condition. Most of the 36 sets printed were damaged or destroyed by fire. Signed "ela". S.G. D57-59, £12,000. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £1,800-2,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
Seychelles
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
844 imageSeychelles. Mauritius used in Seychelles. 1869 (22 Feb.) envelope to USA, bearing Mauritius 9d. dull purple vertical pair placed sideways and tied by "B64" obliterator, showing red manuscript "1/1½", "2/cents" accountancy h.s. and Boston Paid entry c.d.s. with, on reverse, Seychelles and Bedford arrival datestamps; the envelope with tear at lower left and piece torn away at top left. Rare. Photo
Note: This cover was carried by the Barque "Merlin", a whaler based in the Seychelles from 1868-72. John Hicks was a shipowner in New Bedford. (Image1)
Est. £2,000-2,500

CLOSED
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Somaliland
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
845 imageSomaliland. 1903 overprint at foot, 3r. brown and green showing varieties overprint double, one albino and curved overprint, lightly mounted mint. A superb example and a unique stamp. S.G. 23b/e. Photo
Note: Less than 17 sheets of this value were sold, so far no other example of the overprint double have been recorded so it must be presumed that most of the other stamps with this variety were among those which were destroyed as remainders (Image1)
Est. £400-500

SOLD for £1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
South Africa
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
846 imageSouth Africa. 1942 War Effort 1d. carmine-red strip of three, variety both roulettes omitted, lightly mounted mint. Fine and scarce. S.G. 98a, £1,200. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £400-500

SOLD for £420.00
Will close during Public Auction
Southern Rhodesia
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
847 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Essays. A trio of designs prepared by Waterlow's Chief Engraver, J.A.C. Harrison based on a Bertram Park portrait, comprising "Postage Revenue" 3d. in ultramarine, 8d. in violet and sage-green and "Revenue" 2/6d. in maroon, all hand-painted with the portions of the designs highlighted in Chinese white, each individually inset on a single piece of cream card (90x110mm.) mounted on a piece of black card (122x144mm.). A truly exquisite trio fully demonstrating the artist's talent for miniature portrait painting. Photo
Provenance: Dr. Haward. Brian Trotter (Image1)
Est. £18,000-20,000

CLOSED
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848 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Die Proofs. The complete collection of die proofs (16) comprising head, master duty, master for ½d. to 10d. values, ½d. to 10d. as issued and frames for 1/- to 5/-, all on wove paper with manuscript notes for the die, roller and proof numbers, each with a punch hole in various sizes, a few showing the die and roller number crossed through and with "Cancelled" in light red ink, three with small portions torn away due to removal from printer's day book, nevertheless an exceptionally rare set with this and possibly one other complete set known. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £18,000-20,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
849 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Specimen Stamps. ½d. to 5/- set of thirteen each handstamped "spécimen" diagonally in green ink by an unknown French ?> Postal Receiving Authority, fine mint
(Image1)
Est. £400-500

SOLD for £850.00
Will close during Public Auction
850 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Issued Stamps. Department of Posts & Telegraphs Postal Notice No. 52 of 17 November 1937 and offered with an unmounted set of thirteen (the 5/- an upper right corner example with sheet number "327") and additional ½d. and 1/- shade
(Image1)
Est. £180-200

SOLD for £150.00
Will close during Public Auction
851 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Issued Stamps. ½d. to 5/- set of thirteen in lower left corner blocks of ten (5x2), the ½d., 1d. and 1½d. all showing portions of crosses at lower left corner, the 4d. to 5/- showing left half of imprint; fine unmounted mint
(Image1)
Est. £300-350

SOLD for £400.00
Will close during Public Auction
852 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Issued Stamps. ½d. to 5/- set of thirteen in upper left corner blocks of ten (5x2), the ½d. and 1d. both showing portions of crosses at upper left corner, the 1½d. showing a plate scratch in the margin above one stamp, the 9d. and 1/- both showing guillotine marks with the latter additionally showing "circle" mark above the upper right stamp; fine unmounted mint
(Image1)
Est. £300-350

SOLD for £420.00
Will close during Public Auction
853 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Issued Stamps. ½d.-1½d. selection comprising ½d. "heart of the sheet" block of sixteen with small cross (5x6mm.), interpanneau block of eight, blocks of four (3, one interpanneau with imprint and two from corners, one with sheet number "234" and interpanneau pairs (one vertical); 1d. block of twenty (10x2) with interpanneau margin and part imprint at right, corner blocks of four (3), one with part imprint and one with sheet number "193"; 1½d. "heart of the sheet" block of four with large central cross (13x14.24mm.), two corner blocks of four in differing shades, first printing imprint block of four, horizontal and vertical interpanneau pairs; mint and nearly all unmounted
(Image1)
Est. £250-300

SOLD for £420.00
Will close during Public Auction
854 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Issued Stamps. ½d. complete sheet of 240 comprising four panes of sixty with small cross at "heart of the sheet", sheet number "366", unmounted mint; some partial toning on gum.
(Image1)
Est. £400-500

SOLD for £520.00
Will close during Public Auction
855 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Issued Stamps. ½d. lower right corner block of twelve (2x6), [40], [50] and [59-60] showing varying degrees of green ink smudging and with "smudge" written in blue ink in margin opposite [40], mint with the upper block of eight with some perforation re-inforcement, and a marginal horizontal pair from the left of the sheet, the left-hand stamp with offset of part of the country name and value, unmounted mint
(Image1)
Est. £120-150

SOLD for £210.00
Will close during Public Auction
856 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Issued Stamps. ½d. interpanneau blocks of eight (2) one with part plate number and small cross (rare and possibly unique) the other with imprint, fine unmounted mint
(Image1)
Est. £100-150

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
857 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Issued Stamps. ½d. marginal block of four from the top of the sheet, the upper pair with paper crease horizontally at foot and just between perforations of the right-hand vertical pair; unmounted mint
(Image1)
Est. £120-150

SOLD for £130.00
Will close during Public Auction
858 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Issued Stamps. ½d. marginal horizontal pair from the left of the sheet, the left-hand stamp with "wing-margin", fine mint. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £350-400

SOLD for £380.00
Will close during Public Auction
859 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Issued Stamps. ½d., 1d. and 1½d. horizontal interpanneau strips of four, ½d. vertical interpanneau pair and 1½d. vertical interpanneau block of four, all neatly cancelled with Bulawayo datestamps and tied on 1954-55 pieces (4); also ½d. tied by complete Mayfair Mine datestamp on 1939 cut-to-shape piece
(Image1)
Est. £120-150

SOLD for £120.00
Will close during Public Auction

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