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Lot 5750 - 1925 £5 violet and black a superb good fine used example with neat REGISTERED / 3 JY 36 / 2/ GIBRALTAR oval datestamp, trace of blunt perf otherwise superb key top value, SG 108 Cat £6000. Suggested Approx. Bid:
US$2500, 2280€.... Currently GBP 2,000

(Link to this Lot in the Catalog for Bidding)


The Stamp Group Sale - 5014

Worldwide Internet / Mail Bid Auction - April 30, 2020

This month’s Internet Collector’s Sale includes 5300 lots with estimates of over £550,000. There are hundreds of single country lots collections and singles as received by our vendors. From Aden to Zululand this mail bid / internet sale offers very large sections across the globe, including British Commonwealth, Europe, Asia, Great Britain, North, Central and South Americas and The Middle East. Highlights include:
  • British Commonwealth George Sixth broken into countries intact and unpicked as found.
  • Fournier forgeries original pages and part pages split by country making an interesting addition to any collection.
  • Australian states, Revenues of the world, Austria including WIPA Souvenir sheet, Foreign old time collections on leaves.
  • 1935 Silver Jubilee British Commonwealth omnibus covers, 1948 Royal Silver Wedding sets unmounted mint (MNH.
  • Bermuda keyplates.
  • A huge assembly of rare postal orders offered by country, many are difficult to find, and seldom offered.
  • Thematic collections including Stamp Exhibitions written up on leaves for each country, British Occupation overprints on Italian Revenues (forerunners, scarce), Cape of Good Hope woodblocks, Mafeking Money Vouchers, China including 1980 Monkey mint, Cyprus including George Fifth to £1.
  • Falkland Islands including 1933 Centenary set to £1, extensive France & Colonies, Germany Post Offices Abroad and German Colonies.
  • Gibraltar including 1925 £5 top values both mint and used, Hong Kong Treaty Ports, Indian states including better George Sixth issues, Iraq 1990s error of printing in blocks.
  • Ireland 1922 overprint varieties, Israel with Jewish National Fund labels, Italy with dozens of key 1920s sets.
  • KUT with GV to £20 overprinted Specimen, Mauritius classics, New Guinea values to £5, New Zealand Classics.
  • Postal history sections throughout A to Z including some useful GB Used Abroad in foreign offices, South Africa, South West Africa, United States with airmails, Duck Hunting Permit stamps, Zimbabwe revenues.
  • Extensive Great Britain from pre-stamp to Queen Elizabeth II, noted 1867 £5 Orange very fine used, Mulready, 1860s 1d plated accumulations, plus much more.
All lots from this sale 5014 are shipped internationally at cost plus our usual 15% buyer’s premium on the hammer price of each lot. Good luck bidding!

Successful bidders will be notified by email within 48 hours of the auction close.

Closing Thursday 30th April 2020 at 11am EDT. (5pm London GMT).

For more information please contact us at:

The Stamp Group
P O Box 228
Winsford
United Kingdom
CW7 9DG
Phone: +44 1606 40047
Fax: +44 1606 41584

To request more information by email. info@stampgroup.net

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