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New Zealand continued...

1864 Watermark "N.Z." continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
201 Used imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864 Watermark "N.Z.", Imperforate . Perforated 12½ (Comb) at Auckland. 1/- yellow-green, well-centred with light barred oval cancellation, small tear at top; rare and fine appearance. Fewer than ten examples recorded and vastly undercatalogued. R.P.S. Certificate (1938). S.G.109, £2,750
Provenance: Major Henry Dumas, March 2000. Dr. David Patterson, April 2019 (Image1)

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Est. £1,500-2,500

SOLD for £3,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
1864-71 Watermark Large Star
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
202 ,9 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 1d. carmine-vermilion, a block of twelve (3x4), illustrating the irregular alignment of the clichés on the plate, large part original gum and mounted on two stamps only, a couple of tiny light tone spots; a very fresh and fine multiple of exhibition quality. S.G. 110, £3,000+
Provenance: Dr. David Patterson, April 2019 (Image1)

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Est. £2,000-2,500

SOLD for £1,800.00
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203 ,9 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 1d. carmine-vermilion, a block of nine (3x3), large part original gum and rich colour; superb, a handsome and rare mint multiple. S.G. 110, £2,250+
Provenance: "Yeroc", 2000. Sir Gawaine Baillie, February 2006 (Image1)

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Est. £1,000-1,500

SOLD for £900.00
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204 ,9 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 1d. carmine-vermilion, block of si(2x3) with part original gum; the right-hand pair with a light vertical crease and the lower right stamp with a closed tear, otherwise fresh and fine. R.P.S. Certificate (2000). S.G. 110, £1,500+
(Image1)

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Est. £800-1,200

SOLD for £650.00
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205 ,9 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 1d. carmine-vermilion, a block of si(2x3) with part original gum, a few tone spots and diagonal crease affecting the lower strip of three, some hinge reinforcement in places, still an attractive and scarce multiple. S.G. 110, £1,500+
(Image1)

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Est. £700-900

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206 , imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 1d. carmine-vermilion, block of four with part original gum, fresh and bright colour; the upper pair with a few severed perforations and one stamp with a light crease at the top, otherwise fine. Attractive. S.G. 110, £1,000+
Provenance: Joseph Hackmey, May 2010 (Image1)

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Est. £400-600

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207 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 1d. carmine-vermilion strip of three and a single on 1865 (9 Oct.) double rate envelope ethe Laver correspondence to Auckland, cancelled with part strikes of the "province of auckland/n.z." code 1 datestamp and with a complete strike and Auckland arrival datestamp (10.10) in red on reverse. A rare and attractive franking. S.G. 110
Provenance: "Pegasus", January 2019 (Image1)

Est. £600-800

SOLD for £1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
208 imageNew Zealand. Printed by J. Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star, Perforated 12½. 1d. carmine-vermilion and 2d. blue tied by Dunedin single-ring datestamps on 1867 (2 Dec.) small mourning envelope to Wellington, marked "Per Gothenburg re-directed to Port Chalmers", charged and handstruck "3" in black for re-direction, Wellington and Port Chalmers transit marks on reverse; attractive. S.G. 110, 113
(Image1)

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Est. £150-250

SOLD for £500.00
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209 ,9 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 1d. pale orange-vermilion, a block of nine (3x3) with large part original gum, a few tone spots on the reverse barely affecting the appearance apart from one toned perf at top, generally fine and fresh. S.G. 111, £2,700+
(Image1)

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Est. £800-1,200

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210 ,9 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 1d. orange-vermilion, a block of eight (2x4), large part original gum and a lovely bright shade, some gum toning and reinforced perf. separations; fine and a rare multiple. S.G. 111, £2,400+
Provenance: Bernard Symonds, July 2007. Dr. David Patterson, April 2019 (Image1)

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Est. £600-800

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211 ,9 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 1d. orange-vermilion, a line perf. block of si(3x2) showing re-entry [11/3], large part original gum; two pulled perfs at foot, otherwise fine; also a rejoined pair in a deep orange shade, unused with part gum. R.P.S. Certificate (2006) for the pair. S.G. 111
(Image1)

Est. £700-900

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212 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 1d. pale vermilion, variety imperforate with clear to good margins and large part original gum; a fine example of this rare provisional imperforate stamp. Odenweller Certificate (1990). S.G. 111a, £4,500 (for a pair)
Note: These provisional stamps were issued during problems with the perforation equipment which occured on several occasions between 1866 and 1873. (Image1)

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Est. £600-800

SOLD for £750.00
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213 Used imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 1d. used collection (approx. 40) offering a variety of shades and comprising carmine-vermilion comb and line perf. blocks of four with Christchurch and Invercargill duplecancellations, and a horizontal strip of four each cancelled "19", pale orange-vermilion vertical strip of three each cancelled "9", three examples in orange on piece from Auckland, seven pairs and ten singles in various shades; generally fine and a most attractive assembly. S.G. 110-112 group. This lot is fully illustrated online.
Provenance: Gerald Ellott. Joseph Hackmey, May 2010 (Image1)

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Est. £1,500-2,500

SOLD for £1,500.00
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214 ,9 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 2d. pale blue, Plate I (worn), a block of fifteen (5x3) with many blind perforations due to the deterioration of the perforating heads, fresh bright colour and with large part original gum; a couple of small fomarks and one stamp at left with small fault, otherwise fine. A rare and spectacular multiple. Holcombe Certificate (1988). S.G. 113, £5,250+
Provenance: Maurice Burrus, July 1963. "Antipodes", October 1988. Joseph Hackmey, February 2009. "Pegasus", January 2019 . . Note: By the time that the watermark Large Star perf. 12½ stamps were being printed the original 2d. plate was in a poor state showing varying degrees of wear. Because of the advanced deterioration of the plate it was withdrawn and a new plate (Plate II) was laid down which came in to use in December 1865 (Image1)

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Est. £3,500-4,500

SOLD for £5,200.00
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215 ,9 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 2d. pale blue (Plate I, worn) a comb perf. block of twelve (3x4) in a bright shade and with the right-hand pair in the lower row showing double perforations, unused with part original gum; some perf. reinforcement in places though a rare and impressive multiple. S.G. 113, £4,200+
(Image1)

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Est. £2,000-2,500

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216 ,9 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 2d. blue (Plate II) block of eight (2x4), unused without gum, the block of four at left showing retouch, some perf separation at top, a coupe of minor tone spots and a few light creases barely affecting the fine appearance of this attractive multiple. S.G. 115/115a, £2,500+
Provenance: Dr. David Patterson, April 2019 (Image1)

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Est. £1,500-2,000

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217 ,9 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 2d. blue, block of si(2x3), [4/4] showing early state of Diadem flaw, unused without gum, nicely centred with strong colour and sharp impression; upper right stamp with thin, otherwise fine. S.G. 115, £1,500+
Provenance: Yardley, December 1944. "Yeroc", Januray 2000. Dr. David Patterson, April 2019 (Image1)

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Est. £1,000-1,500

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218 , imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 2d. blue, a block of four with large part original gum; a lovely shade and well-centred; a fine and rare multiple. B.P.A. Certificate (2007). S.G. 115, £1,000+
(Image1)

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Est. £400-500

SOLD for £900.00
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219 , imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 2d. blue (Plate II), a line perforated block of four, unused without gum, good colour and a scarce multiple. S.G. 115, £1,000+
Provenance: Joseph Hackmey, May 2010 (Image1)

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Est. £300-400

SOLD for £270.00
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220 imageNew Zealand. Printed by John Davies in Auckland. 1864-71 Watermark Large Star . Perforated 12½ (comb or line) at Auckland. 2d. blue (Plate II), horizontal pair variety imperforate, large even margins, unused without gum; fine and rare. Sismondo Certificate (2002). S.G. 115c, £4,000
(Image1)

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Est. £2,000-3,000

SOLD for £2,200.00
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