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Wilks: B.E.A. 1897 Surcharges continued...
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141 nh imageThe John Wilks British East Africa: 1897 'On Zanzibar' Surcharges: 21/2 type 12 on 3a. showing double offset of overprint on reverse, mint, fine. S.G. 89 var. (Image1)

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Est. £80-100

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Wilks: B.E.A. 1898 UPU Specimens
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142 imageThe John Wilks British East Africa: 1898 U.P.U. Specimen Overprints (with stop after "Africa"), produced in late 1897 to satisfy U.P.U. requirements, 1/2a. to 5a. and the three surcharge types of the 21/2 on 1a., with gum (the type 12 21/2 on 1a. showing almost complete offset of black overprint), chiefly fine. (8) Photo. (Image1)

Est. £300-350

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143 imageThe John Wilks British East Africa: 1898 U.P.U. Specimen Overprints (with stop after "Africa"), produced in late 1897 to satisfy U.P.U. requirements, 1a. indigo and red with red overprint, albino overprint and double offset of both overprints in black on reverse, large part original gum. Ex Baillie. Very scarce with only two recorded examples. Photo. (Image1)

Est. £300-400

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144 nh imageThe John Wilks British East Africa: 1898 U.P.U. Specimen Overprints (with stop after "Africa"), produced in late 1897 to satisfy U.P.U. requirements, 21/2 on 3a. grey and red, rare horizontal strip of three with surcharge types se-tenant (Minns B-A-C), mint, type 12 a little heavily mounted but type 14 very lightly hinged and type 13 unmounted, fine. Ex Minns and Krieger. S.G. 89-91. Photo. (Image1)

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Est. £800-1,000

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145 nh imageThe John Wilks British East Africa: 1898 U.P.U. Specimen Overprints (with stop after "Africa"), produced in late 1897 to satisfy U.P.U. requirements, 21/2 on 3a. grey and red showing type 14 variety "2" over "1" in fraction, mint, fine. Ex Hind, Danson, Pennycuick, Minns and Vestey. Rare, occurring only once per pane and it is probable that a maximum of thirteen examples were created, five now in private hands (one in the Royal Philatelic Collection). Illustrated in "British East Africa: The Stamps and Postal Stationery" by Minns (ed. Krieger, 2006), p. 109. Photo. (Image1)

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Est. £1,800-2,000

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Closing..Nov-27, 06:00 AM EST.
Wilks: B.E.A. 1897-1903 'Large Queen' Issue
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146 imageThe John Wilks British East Africa: 1897-1903 'Large Queen' Issue: Imperforate plate proofs, 3r. in issued deep violet on Crown CC watermarked paper, without gum, fine. Ex 'Shivani', Krieger and Vestey. One of just three recorded copies, one being in the Royal Philatelic Collection. Photo. (Image1)

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Est. £800-1,000

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147 Unused imageThe John Wilks British East Africa: 1897-1903 'Large Queen' Issue: 1r. grey-blue, 2r. and 4r. mint, 1r. dull blue, 1r. bright ultramarine, 3r., 5r. and 10r. unused (regummed), good to fine. (8) S.G. 92-b, 93-97, cat. £2,530. Photo. (Image1)

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Est. £350-400

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148 nh imageThe John Wilks British East Africa: 1897-1903 'Large Queen' Issue: 20r. pale green, mint, fine and fresh. Ex 'Vaduz' collection. S.G. 98, cat. £1,200. Photo. (Image1)

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Est. £500-600

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149 nh imageThe John Wilks British East Africa: 1897-1903 'Large Queen' Issue: 50r. mauve, exceptionally fine example, mint with part selvedge at left. Ex 'Vaduz' collection. A. Diena certificate (1961) S.G. 99, cat. £2,500. Photo. (Image1)

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Est. £1,200-1,400

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Wilks: B.E.A. 1901 Essays
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150 imageThe John Wilks British East Africa: 1901 Essays: Photographic essay for proposed surface printed issue, denominated 1a., mounted on thick card (90 x 115mm.), endorsed "Dupl." with red and green colour examples annotated "Colour of Border in Design submitted/ " "Head" and dated "JULY 30 1901". Objections to this and another design were received from the Commissioner for Uganda, Sir Harry Johnston, as the Ugandan postal system was to be fused with that of British East Africa. Ex De La Rue archives. Photo. See also lot 328. (Image1)

Est. £1,000-1,200

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Wilks: B.E.A. 1911 Essays
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151 imageThe John Wilks British East Africa: 1911 Essays: Attractive key type "POSTAGE/REVENUE" photographic essay in violet denominated 10s. with country name and value tablets handpainted in deep green and Chinese white, ex De La Rue archives, mounted on thick card (90 x 115mm.), endorsed "C1" and dated "June 16th 11". Ex 'Shivani' and Baillie. Photo. (Image1)

Est. £1,500-2,000

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152 imageThe John Wilks British East Africa: 1911 Essays: Attractive key type "POSTAGE/POSTAGE" photographic essay in violet denominated 10s. with country name and value tablets handpainted in deep green and Chinese white, ex De La Rue archives, mounted on thick card (90 x 115mm.), endorsed "C2" and dated "June 16th 11", pencilled "Appd" at lower right. Ex 'Shivani' and Baillie. Photo. (Image1)

Est. £1,500-2,000

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Wilks: B.E.A. Collections
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153 imageThe John Wilks British East Africa: Collections: A balance selection on stockleaves with not all items guaranteed incl. 1890 1/2a. on 1d. and 4a. on 5d. used, 1890-95 values to 5r. mint, 1895 new values used, 1895 Protectorate 1a., 2a., used 1895-96 'On India' values to 5r. mint, 1897 21/2 on 1a. used (2), cancellation interest, fair to fine. (47) (Image1)

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Est. £250-300

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154 imageThe John Wilks British East Africa: Collections: Forgeries and Fakes, a selection on stockleaves etc., mainly of 'Sun and Crown' definitives with Fournier imperf. 2r. (18, incl. two blocks of six) most handstamped "FAUX", perforated 2r. blocks of four and fifteen, 3r. and 4r. blocks of four, 5r. strip of three and block of fifteen, 'used' values to 5r. (5), also 1890 fake 1/2a. on 1d. overprints mint and used, manuscript "1/2 Anna" on 2a. (R.P.S. certificate, 2016, as forged), etc. fair to fine. (46 items) (Image1)

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Est. £200-250

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Minns: East Africa: Use of Stamps of India
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155 / Used / imageThe John Minns East Africa: Use of Stamps of India: 1890 (Aug. 19) India 4a.6p. yellow-green cancelled by almost complete strike of Mombasa c.d.s. (S.G. Z6, cat. £375) and almost certainly carried on the S.S. "Ethiopia" which departed on Aug. 20, also later acceptance of 2a.6p. at the Mombasa P.O. with fine "DE 23/93" c.d.s on single stamp and "JA 12/94" tying another to reverse of slightly foreshortened envelope to Cutch Mandvi with Sea Post Office C and Mandvi Feb. 5 arrival. The last illustrated in "British East Africa: The Stamps and Postal Stationery " by Minns (ed. Krieger, 2006), p. 149. (3 items) Photo. (Image1)

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Est. £300-400

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156 / c, entire, etc. imageThe John Minns East Africa: Use of Stamps of India: 1890 (Aug. 28) 'native' envelope to Karachi franked by India 3a. paying the single rate to India or Ceylon, tied by Mombasa c.d.s. with Bombay Sept. 9 transit and Karachi Sept. 13 arrival backstamps, a little stained and creased but rare. Sent during the period of temporary shortage of stamps after the purchase by dealers Whitfield King of the remaining stock of the first issue. Ex Pemberton and 'Shivani'. Photo. (Image1)

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Est. £3,000-4,000

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157 / c, entire, etc. imageThe John Minns East Africa: Use of Stamps of India: 1890 (Dec. 8) unique use of India 1/2a. with I.B.E.A. 1890-95 4a. paying 41/2a. rate on C.M.S. envelope to England sent by Secretary of the Freretown Mission Rev. Harry Kerr Binns (1852-1935), tied by Mombasa c.d.s.'s and blue pencil line, carried on the S.S. "Africa" with Kendal Dec. 29 arrival on reverse, vertical cover fold well clear of adhesives. The only recorded mixed franking of India Imperial British East Africa Company adhesives. Ex 'Shivani'. Photo. (Image1)

Est. £2,000-2,500

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Minns: I.B.E.A. Co. Overprints on Great Britain
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158 / Used / imageThe John Minns East Africa: I.B.E.A. Co. Overprints on Great Britain: 1/2a. on 1d. cancelled by fine central "LAMU/A/MY 30/90" c.d.s., light toning. The only example of usage in May from either post office. Photo. (Image1)

Est. £120-150

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159 / Used / imageThe John Minns East Africa: I.B.E.A. Co. Overprints on Great Britain: 4a. on 5d. cancelled by fine central "MOMBASA/C/JU 24/90" c.d.s., a few slightly nibbled perfs. at foot. The earliest recorded date of usage from the Mombasa post office. Photo. (Image1)

Est. £180-200

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160 / c, entire, etc. imageThe John Minns East Africa: I.B.E.A. Co. Overprints on Great Britain: 1890 Deutsche Witu - Gesellschaft Lamu envelope addressed to Berlin, franked at double rate by 1/2a. on 1d. pair, 1a. on 2d. and 4a. on 5d. tied by "ADEN/JL 29/90" squared circles and with Aug. 13 arrival on reverse. Believed to have been carried by dhow to Aden and from there to Naples on the S.S. "Madura", arriving on Aug. 10. One of only three recorded commercial covers bearing the first issue and a crown jewel of East Africa philately, having graced previously the Davy, Croft, Rossiter and 'Shivani' collections. Photo. (Image1)

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Est. £10,000-12,000

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