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New Zealand continued...

1864 Watermark "N.Z." continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
181 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate. 1d. carmine-vermilion, good to large margins and part original gum; fine and fresh. S.G. 97
Provenance: Joseph Hackmey, May 2010 (Image1)

Est. £500-700

SOLD for £450.00
Will close during Public Auction
182 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate. 1d. carmine-vermilion, good margins, large part original gum. A fine and fresh example. Signed Holcombe and with his Certificate (1989). S.G. 97
Provenance: "Yeroc", 2000. Sir Gawaine Baillie, February 2006 (Image1)

Est. £700-900

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
183 Used, imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate. 1d. carmine-vermilion, a block of four with good to large margins and with portion of adjoining stamp visible at upper right, each cancelled by barred oval and with c.d.s. cancellation at upper left; a fine and attractive multiple. Odenweller Certificate (2004). S.G. 97
(Image1)

Est. £1,500-2,500

SOLD for £1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
184 Used imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate. 1d. carmine-vermilion, a horizontal strip of four with clear to very large margins vertically and at foot, touched or a little cut-into at top, cancelled "1" at Auckland; scissor cut between the third and fourth stamps, right-hand stamp with a corner crease, nevertheless a very rare used multiple. S.G. 97
Provenance: R.C. Agabeg, October 1971. Joseph Hackmey, May 2010 (Image1)

Est. £700-900

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
185 Used imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate. 1d. carmine-vermilion, a used strip of four with good to large margins on three sides and just cut into in a couple of places at foot, each cancelled "picton" in barred oval, minor imperfections but generally fine and a scarce used mutliple. Odenweller Certificate (2006). S.G. 97
(Image1)

Est. £500-600

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
186 Used imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate. 1d. carmine-vermilion, a strip of three with clear to good margins and small portion of adjoining stamps visible at upper right, cancelled by very crisp strikes of "16"at Karapoi; horizontal crease along upper margin and slightly soiled, still a fine and rare multiple. Holcombe Certificate (1988). S.G. 97
(Image1)

Est. £400-600

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
187 , imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate. 2d. pale blue (Plate I, worn), a block of four in a deep rich shade, unused with large part original gum, pin-pricked with black marks, clear to large margins mainly all round though touched on a couple of sides and the lower right stamp with small piece of the margin torn away just cutting into the design; horizontal crease between, otherwise fine and believed to be the largest known block with just one other, the subsequent lot in this sale, recorded. S.G. 98, £6,800+
Provenance: R.C. Agabeg, March 1971. John R. Boker. "Antipodes", October 1988. Christie's Robson Lowe, October 1989. Joseph Hackmey, February 2009 (Image1)

Get Market Data for [New Zealand 98]

Est. £5,000-7,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
188 , imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate. 2d. pale blue (Plate I, worn), a block of four with large part original gum, pin-pricked with tiny black marks, just clear to very large margins all round and showing trace of one adjoining stamp at foot; the upper pair with a horizontal crease and the upper right stamp with brown mark apparent on face due to an over-zealous application of gum. A very rare and pleasing block with the previous lot being the only other such block recorded, which once adjoined this block at foot. S.G. 98, £6,800+
Provenance: G.H. Boucher, October 1969. Joseph Hackmey, May 2010 (Image1)

Get Market Data for [New Zealand 98]

Est. £3,000-5,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
189 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate. 2d. pale blue (Plate I, worn), good balanced margins, unused with part original gum, fine and fresh. Signed A. D(iena) and with his Certificate (1961). S.G. 98, £1,700
Provenance: Sir Gawaine Baillie, February 2006 (Image1)

Get Market Data for [New Zealand 98]

Est. £800-1,200

SOLD for £1,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
190 Used imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate. 2d. pale blue (Plate I, worn), enormous margins and lightly cancelled leaving most of the design clear; a fine and fresh example. Odenweller Certificate (2015). S.G. 98
(Image1)

Est. £150-250

SOLD for £180.00
Will close during Public Auction
191 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate. 6d. red-brown with good to large margins, lifted and hinged back in place on 1864 (4 May) pale pink envelope ethe Laver correspondence from Auckland to Sydney, cancelled and tied by "1", despatch datestamp below, Sydney Ship Letter datestamp (12.5) on reverse; fine and most attractive. S.G. 99
Provenance: H. Gordon Kaye, November 1991. "Pegasus", January 2019 (Image1)

Est. £600-800

SOLD for £550.00
Will close during Public Auction
192 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate. 1/- green, horizontal pair with clear to large margins, scissor cut at lower left just impinging on the frame, part original gum; very fresh and fine, a rare multiple. S.G. 100, £5,000+
Provenance: Dr. David Patterson, April 2019 (Image1)

Get Market Data for [New Zealand 100]

Est. £1,500-2,500

SOLD for £2,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
193 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate. 1/- yellow-green, unused with large part original gum, good to large margins; fine and fresh, attractive. Odenweller (2006) and R.P.S. (2007) Certificates. S.G. 100, £2,500
Provenance: "DuBois", May 2007 . Joseph Hackmey, May 2010 (Image1)

Get Market Data for [New Zealand 100]

Est. £700-900

SOLD for £1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
194 Used,9 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate. 1/- yellow-green, a block of si(3x2) with clear to large margins nearly all round and with marginal line watermark at left, cancelled with four strikes of the Dunedin "otago" duplefor 18 September 1865 . A very rare and impressive multiple. S.G. 100, £1,800+
Provenance: Joseph Hackmey, May 2010 (Image1)

Get Market Data for [New Zealand 100]

Est. £800-1,200

SOLD for £1,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
195 Used imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate. 1/- green, strip of four, roughly cut from the sheet with portions of adjoining stamps visible on three sides, cancelled by four strikes of "christchurch" c.d.s.; a few minor imperfections and some soiling, otherwise an appealing multiple. S.G. 100, £1,200+
(Image1)

Get Market Data for [New Zealand 100]

Est. £300-400

SOLD for £400.00
Will close during Public Auction
196 Used imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate . Rouletted 7 at Auckland. 1d. carmine-vermilion, with a complete row of roulettes inside design at left and set within good to large margins, lightly cancelled; small thin towards top, otherwise sound and an attractive example of this very rare stamp. B.P.A. Certificates (1958) and (1994). S.G. 101, £3,000
(Image1)

Get Market Data for [New Zealand 101]

Est. £500-700

SOLD for £520.00
Will close during Public Auction
197 Used imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate . Rouletted 7 at Auckland. 6d. red-brown, with roulettes intact on all four sides, cancelled by Dunedin duplex; light horizontal crease not affecting the appearance; a rare stamp. Signed Holcombe and with his Certificate (1988). S.G. 103, £3,000
(Image1)

Get Market Data for [New Zealand 103]

Est. £500-700

SOLD for £850.00
Will close during Public Auction
198 Used imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate . Rouletted 7 at Auckland. 1/- green, vertical pair with marginal line watermark at right, well-centred and with well defined roulettes at left and with traces thereof elsewhere, cancelled "1" at Auckland; crease between and the lower stamp with a horizontal crease, nevertheless a very rare multiple. R.P.S. Certificate (2000). S.G. 104, £2,400+
Provenance: G.H. Boucher, October 1969. R.C. Agabeg, October 1971. Major Henry Dumas, March 2000. Joseph Hackmey, February 2009 (Image1)

Get Market Data for [New Zealand 104]

Est. £500-700

SOLD for £950.00
Will close during Public Auction
199 Used imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate . Rouletted 7 at Auckland. The balance of the issue comprising 1d. (3), 2d. (2), 6d. (2) and 1/-; one 1d. with Maketu bars cancellation; all with faults or defects though of fair to good appearance. R.P.S. Certificates for four. S.G. 101-104
Provenance: Major Henry Dumas, March 2000 (Image1)

Est. £1,500-2,500

SOLD for £1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
200 Used, imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate . Perforated 13 at Dunedin. 1/- green, a block of four cancelled with several, partially indistinct, strikes of the Dunedin "otago" duplex; a couple of small imperfections though of good colour and an extremely rare and possibly unique multiple. R.P.S. Certificate (1955). S.G. 106, £2,200+
Provenance: Commander F.W. Collins. Joseph Hackmey, February 2009 (Image1)

Get Market Data for [New Zealand 106]

Est. £800-1,200

SOLD for £700.00
Will close during Public Auction

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