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Worldwide Stamps and Postal History continued...

Great Britain continued...
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181 imageGreat Britain 1909 2d Colour trial. SG225var. Very fine example printed in purple on orange tinted (white backed), gummed, unwatermarked paper Produced for the proposed monocolour issue that was subsequently abandoned on the death of the King. Trimmed perforation at right nevertheless very rare, no more than two or three examples of each colour recorded in private hands. Ex. "Aurelius" & "Minoru (Image)

Starting at £ 1,000

CLOSED
Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
182 imageGreat Britain 1911 (June) 2s0d Booklet. SGBA6. Very fine example of this very scarce Harrison booklet, with "St. Andrews Cross " pane (Image)

Starting at £ 500

CLOSED
Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
183 imageGreat Britain 1911 £1 deep green, SG320. A very fine and fresh, well centred, unused example with original gum, printed at Somerset House. This most distinctive and memorable stamp design caused controversy at the time because of its unusual shape and size. It is now argued by some as being the most attractive definitive stamp issue of King Edward VII’s short reign. GB Specialised Catalogue No: M56. (Image)

Starting at £ 1,600

CLOSED
Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
184 imageGreat Britain 1911 1/2d Dull yellow green (No Wmk) SG267var Very fine and fresh unmounted o.g. top right hand corner marginal horizontal pair, the right hand stamp without crown watermark. Very rare. Spec. M3(1)c. (Image)

Starting at £ 6,750

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Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
185 imageGreat Britain 1911 ½d Die proof colour trial (Die 1a), SG321var. A very fine cut close example with uncleared borders printed in pale yellowish-green on R.D. Turner supplied Crown watermarked paper. A very rare printing proof of the King George V Downey Head issue. The Stanley Gibbons catalogue value is £3,500. (Image)

Starting at £ 775

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Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
186 imageGreat Britain 1911 10s blue, SG319. A superb unmounted mint, with full original gum, corner marginal "date cut" example printed at Somerset House. A scarce stamp from the end of King Edward VII's short reign, particularly in such exquisite quality. GB Specialised Catalogue No: M54(2) (Image)

Starting at £ 475

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Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
187 imageGreat Britain 1911 1½d Henschel zinc block essay (2nd proof). Very fine imperforate example printed in maroon, mounted on card and endorsed "S.D./12 Maroon". Most attractive. (Image)

Starting at £ 300

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Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
188 imageGreat Britain 1911 1s Deep green & scarlet (No "Crown" Watermark). SG313var Superb unmounted o.g. top marginal example printed at Somerset House. A magnificent example of this extremely rare watermark variety, believed to be one of only4-5 examples in private hands. Spec. M47(2)a. Ex. "Minoru". (Image)

Starting at £ 2,750

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Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
189 imageGreat Britain 1911 1s Hentschel essays. Very fine set of four imperforate colour trials printed in Vermilion, green, marron & ruby black (Slater & Palmer ink No 23. 40, 60 & 92 respectively) on white unwatermarked paper, endorsed at foot "Vermillion C", "Green no. 154". "Marron no 170" and "Ruby Black on 160". Very scarce (Image)

Starting at £ 875

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Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
190 imageGreat Britain 1911 2d Engravers Sketch Die for Unissued Value (Die 1 head). without value. Very fine uncleared die proof printed in black on glazed proof paper (62x76mm). Fig. 20, Spec Vol.2. (Image)

Starting at £ 1,000

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Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
191 imageGreat Britain 1911 2s6d Dark purple (O) SG317 Very fine unmounted o.g. example printed at Somerset House. Spec. M50(3) (Image)

Starting at £ 150

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Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
192 imageGreat Britain 1911 5d Engraver's sketch die (Die 2 Head). A very fine cut close example printed in black on thin card. A very scarce proof of the unissued value for the Downey Head stamp issue, Fig. 25. (Image)

Starting at £ 1,000

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Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
193 imageGreat Britain 1911 5d Engraver's sketch die (Die 2 Head). Very fine cut close example printed in light blue on proof paper. A very scarce proof. Fig. 25. (Image)

Starting at £ 1,000

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Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
194 imageGreat Britain 1912 'Seahorse' Master Die Proof (stage 2), SG399var. A very fine example printed in brown on soft thick card (102 x 77mm). A very rare proof of the highest importance from the most successful stamp issue of the King George V reign. Provenance: Ex Hassan Shaida (Image)

Starting at £ 3,500

CLOSED
Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
195 imageGreat Britain 1912 (Apr) 2s0d Booklet (Watermark Crown, Edition 11), SGBB2. Very fine and fresh example of this difficult to find early George V booklet. Very scarce. (Image)

Starting at £ 450

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Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
196 imageGreat Britain 1912 1d and 2½d master die proof. Very fine stage 4b example printed in black on white proof paper (73 x 68mm). A scarce King George V specialised printing proof. (Image)

Starting at £ 425

CLOSED
Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
197 imageGreat Britain 1912 1d bright scarlet (Varnish ink) variety, SG357var. A very fine unmounted mint example, with full original gum, of this very scarce variety. Accompanied by a 1991 British Philatelic Association Certificate of Authenticity. GB Specialised Catalogue No: N16(1) (Image)

Starting at £ 825

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Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
198 imageGreat Britain 1912 1d Bright scarlet (Wmk. Crown, Die 2) SG341B. The unique unmounted o.g. "B12" control block of six printed double, one albino. A magnificent positional piece of this scarce variety. Spec. N11(2)f. 1990 RPS Cert. (Image)

Starting at £ 940

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Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
199 imageGreat Britain 1912 1d Colour trial (Die 2), SG341var. A very fine unused original gum right hand marginal example printed in brownish-carmine, perforated 14.8 x 14 on Crown watermarked paper. A scarce and wonderful quality specialised King George V philatelic piece. (Image)

Starting at £ 1,000

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Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.
200 imageGreat Britain 1912 1d Scarlet die proof colour trial (Stage 5), SG357var. A very fine unused example with original gum cut to stamp size and printed on crown watermarked (Sideways) paper. Light gum creasing as usually seen. A rare King George V item from the printing process of the Profile Head issue. Accompanied with a 1990 British Philatelic Association (BPA) Certificate of Authenticity. (Image)

Starting at £ 650

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Closing..Sep-29, 12:00 PM EST.

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