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General - World
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
61   1860s-1960s Mint and used collection in two old French ledgers containing a world collection with many 1,000s of stamps. The collection is all overseas countries with no Europe. Better sections include ADEN with GVI values to 10R mint, RHODESIA, DANISH WEST INDIES, ARGENTINA, NORTH BORNEO the usual suspects, CANADA inc Large and Small Queens, EVII 20c,50c used, 1908 Quebec set used, 1928-9 Bluenose 50c used, Parliament $1 used, CHINA inc Coiling Dragons, German Pos, Japanese Pos, BELGIAN CONGO, early KOREA inc Falcon set to 20ch mint, GOLD COAST 1938 set mint, EGYPT from early issues, ETHIOPIA, BRITISH GUIANA 1938 set mint, BRITISH HONDURAS 1938 set mint, HONG KONG, INDIA, NETHERLANDS INDIES, IRAQ inc 1918 ovpt set mint, JAPAN from early issues, KIAOCHOW, LAOS, UNITED NATIONS inc 1955 mini sheet on FDC, AZORES, SOLOMON IS 1939 set mint, TRANSVAAL. Inevitable mixed condition but with much fine material to be extricated. A good lot for these long days of lock-down. Not for the faint hearted! Very heavy HEAVY/OVERSIZE LOT - OVERSEAS SHIPPING SURCHARGE APPLIES. (Start Price = £1,120.00) Estimate £ 1,400


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.

WORLDWIDE

Bradbury Wilkinson Collection
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
62   imageDUMMY STAMPS c. 1911 unique hand painted publicity label essays showing the New Malden headquarters, three different designs numbered 1, 2 and 3 affixed to an archive card (125 x 118 mm), with hand painted frames in blue, mauve and red, each with pasted in printed vignette, one with endorsement beneath 'England' to change from Surrey, highly attractive and rare. [US1] (Start Price = £640.80) (Image) Estimate £ 801


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
63   imageDUMMY STAMPS Embossed orange Statue UPU 'Correos 3' in orange, possibly for Spain or Latin America, unusual. [US7] (Start Price = £20.80) (Image) Estimate £ 26


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
64   imageFIJI 1951 Health issue, unique archive of hand drawn or hand painted ESSAYS by R.A. Derrrick (2) and Rev. A. R. Tippett (2), all featuring the Anti T.B. symbol within the design, each fit on an album page, and with details included. (4 items) [US7] (Start Price = £138.40) (Image) Estimate £ 173


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
65   imageGREAT BRITAIN 1918-19 Seahorses 5s. With 'SPECIMEN' type 32 overprint, fine mint, cernered to foot, extremely rare in this form. [US7] (Start Price = £694.40) (Image) Estimate £ 868
SG c.v £6500


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
66   imageRHODESIA 1892 Arms 1d to £10 set of IMPERF PLATE PROOFS on thick gummed paper, each with god margins and large part gum, extremely rare set. (11 proofs) [US7] (Start Price = £833.60) (Image) Estimate £ 1,042


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
67   imageSTAMPS 1861 WYON QUEEN VICTORIA THREE PENCE ESSAY, imperf proofs in blue, green, brown, red and in blue, fine and very rare. (5 proofs) [US7] (Start Price = £347.20) (Image) Estimate £ 434


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
68   imageUNITED STATES 1851 George Washington Three Cents essays, in deep purple, blue, red, brown and in green, extremely RARE ! (5 proofs) [US7] (Start Price = £555.20) (Image) Estimate £ 694


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
Abu Dhabi
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
69 12-14 1965 Falcons set in top right corner blocks of four(12) fresh unmounted mint [US3] (Start Price = £68.80) Estimate £ 86
SG c.v £240


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
Aden
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
70 1 - 9 1937 KGVI - Dhow series, ½a to 1r, mint, large part o.g. Nice fresh colours. Good perfs, 1r o/c. [US1] (Start Price = £46.40) Estimate £ 58
SG c.v £130


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
71 10 image1937 Dhow 2r Yellow mint small h/r x 2. Very fresh bright colour. [US2] (Start Price = £44.00) (Image) Estimate £ 55
SG c.v £120


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
72 10 image1937 Dhow issue 2r Yellow, mint small h/r x 2, fresh bright colour. [US1] (Start Price = £48.80) (Image) Estimate £ 61
SG c.v £120


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
73 11 image1937 5r purple Dhow, superb used with central single ring cancel of first day, a 'must have' for the Aden specialist. (Start Price = £89.60) (Image) Estimate £ 112
SG c.v £140


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
74 1-10 1937 Dhow set to 2r, very good to fine used. (10) (Start Price = £34.40) Estimate £ 43
SG c.v £100


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
75 1-12 image1937 Dhow set to 10r, very fine l.m.m. A key KGVI set. (12) (Start Price = £412.00) (Image) Estimate £ 515
SG c.v £1200


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
76 1-7 1937 KGVI Dhows to 3½ a m.m. [US2] (Start Price = £14.40) Estimate £ 18
SG c.v £48


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
77 1-9 1937 Dhows set to 1r m.m. (9) [US1] (Start Price = £42.40) Estimate £ 53
SG c.v £139


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
78 1-9 1937 Dhow's vals ½a to 1r, mint small/med h/r mix. (SG4 - 2a has 2 toned perfs). (9) [US2] (Start Price = £44.80) Estimate £ 56
SG c.v £134


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
79 1-9 1937 Dhows to 3½as lightly mounted mint, plus 1r brown unmounted mint. Very fine (8) [US3] (Start Price = £23.20) Estimate £ 29
SG c.v £108


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.
80 1-9 1937 Dhow set to 1r, fine and fresh, l.m.m. (9) [US3] (Start Price = £37.60) Estimate £ 47
SG c.v £130


Closing..Apr-13, 01:00 PM EST.

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