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British Commonwealth continued...

St. Christopher continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
182   imageSt. Kitts-Nevis: St. Christopher, 1795 Folded Letter to England, datelined Saint Kitts, Sep 23 and postmarked by an nearly complete type 9 "St. Kitts." straightline on the reverse with manuscript "2/" rate changed to "2/4"; addressed to "near the Bridge, Twickenham, Middlesex" with a Nov 21 London Bishopmark, Very Fine. The letter informs the addressee of the success of his sugarcane crop at his Capisterre estate, "…should it not be too severely injured by the Borer". (Image) (Image2)

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Suggested Bid $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
Seychelles
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
183 o A2//A26 imageSeychelles, 1859-76, Selection of Mauritius used in Seychelles (Scott A2//A26), comprising 13 stamps canceled by "B64", including Scott #A2 (nearly complete strike but cut into and thinned), A17 with inverted watermark (ex Weiss), A21 (2 examples, one on fragment), A22, and A26, Fine to Very Fine strikes.
SG Z2//Z32; £3,035 ($3,920). (Image) (Image2)

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Scott $3,300
Suggested Bid $600-800

SOLD for $425.00
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184 o/ 1//260 imageSeychelles, 1890-1969, Collection of cancellations (Scott 1//260), commencing with six examples of "B64", and including different types of Head Office c.d.s., Anse Royale Rural Code "4" c.d.s. (16) and various "Anse Royale" c.d.s., Bay St. Anne Rural Code 6 c.d.s. on six Queen Victoria values, "Bay St. Anne/Praslin" c.d.s. (5), "Grand Anse" c.d.s. on Queen Victoria 3c and 6c, "La Digue" c.d.s. on eight Queen Victoria, King Edward VII or King George V values, and "Takamaka" c.d.s. on Queen Victoria 6c and 15c on 16c; also 14 covers from the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth II periods, of which six have slogan cancels; a few small faults, Fine to Very Fine strikes. Shipping charges apply - weight 2 lbs.
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Suggested Bid $400-500
SOLD for $275.00
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185 J1-J8 imageSeychelles, Postage Due, 1951, 2¢-30¢ complete (Scott J1-J8), canceled on arrival by "Victoria/Seychelles" c.d.s. on two 1952 (May 12) envelopes from Australia to Mahé franked with ½d Kangaroo strip of three or pair, tied by "Paquebot" handstamp and showing "Insufficiently/Prepaid" unframed handstamp, 1955-56 local La Digue and Victoria envelopes with Postage Due 5c and 6c respectively, and 1959-62 envelopes from Reunion and Great Britain to Mahé with Postage Dues applied on arrival, Fine to Very Fine strikes.
SG D1/8. (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Suggested Bid $150-200
SOLD for $90.00
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Sierra Leone
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
186 o 103//125 imageSierra Leone, 1913-30, Collection of cancellations on King George V issues (Scott 103//125), comprising 53 items with three pairs, and representing an excellent range of Post Office c.d.s.'s from Baiima to Zimi, including "Garrison Post Office" skeleton; mostly selected large part to complete strikes, Fine to Very Fine.
SG 112//134. (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Suggested Bid $400-500
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187 o   imageSierra Leone, 1937-55, Collection of cancellations on King George VI stamps, comprising 94 items representing an all-different range of Post Office c.d.s.'s from Aberdeen to Zimmi, including "G.P.O./Sierra Leone" in violet, "Jaiama" skeleton, and Ngalu Road; mostly selected large part to complete strikes, Fine to Very Fine. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4) (Image5) (Image6) (Image7) (Image8)

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Suggested Bid $250-300
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188 o 195//203 imageSierra Leone, 1955-60, Collection of cancellations on Queen Elizabeth II stamps (Scott 195//203), comprising 35 items with three pairs, different towns or types of Post Office c.d.s.'s represented from Blama to York Island, including Gninti, Koidu Town code A single-ring type, Koindu, Kychom, and Levuma Leppiama; mostly selected large part to complete strikes, Fine to Very Fine.
SG 210//218. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Suggested Bid $150-200
SOLD for $120.00
Will close during Public Auction
South African States
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
189 o 1 imageSouth African States: Cape of Good Hope, 1853 "Triangular", Perkins Bacon printing, 1d brick red on bluish paper (Scott 1), large margins, fresh color and light cancel, Very Fine.
SG 3; £350 ($450). (Image)

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Scott $400
Suggested Bid $200-300

SOLD for $150.00
Will close during Public Auction
190 o 2a imageSouth African States: Cape of Good Hope, 1853 "Triangular", Perkins Bacon printing, 4d deep blue on deeply blued paper (Scott 2a), exceptionally fresh with large, well-balanced margins all around, Extremely Fine.
SG 2; £275 ($360). (Image)

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Scott $375
Suggested Bid $200-300

SOLD for $150.00
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191 o 6 imageSouth African States: Cape of Good Hope, 1858 "Triangular", Perkins Bacon printing, 1s bright yellow green (Scott 6), fresh and bright with nice, well-balanced margins, Very Fine.
SG 8; £300 ($390). (Image)

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Scott $300
Suggested Bid $200-300

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192 o 15 imageSouth African States: Cape of Good Hope, 1863-64 "Triangular", De La Rue printing, 1s bright emerald green (Scott 15), fresh, very bright and lightly canceled, with margins clear on all sides and very large on two sides, Very Fine, with 2005 Sismondo certificate.
SG 21; £750 ($970). (Image)

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Scott $500
Suggested Bid $200-300

SOLD for $275.00
Will close during Public Auction
193 o 1A imageSouth African States: New Republic, 1886, handstamped perf. 11½ 1p black on yellow (Scott 1A), large margin at top, canceled by oval datestamp and c.d.s.; tears at top and foot, Fine appearance for this rare stamp, with 1984 B.P.A. certificate for a rejoined pair.
SG 1; £3,000 ($3,870). (Image)

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Scott $3,250
Suggested Bid $750-1,000

SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
194 o 15, 45, 60 imageSouth African States: New Republic, 1886, Group of three values (Scott 15, 45, 60), comprising 10sh violet on yellow without Arms, and with embossed Arms 6p violet on yellow and 2d violet on granite paper, the first two with manuscript initials and dates, and the last tied by c.d.s. on piece in combination with Natal 1d (#51, which might not belong); small faults/defects, Fine appearance.
SG 21, 50, 53. (Image) (Image2)

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195 o   imageSouth African States: Transvaal, 1911-13, Collection of cancellations on King Edward VII issues used during the Interprovincial period, comprising 55 items with multiples, totalling 69 stamps; the offices range from Assegai to Zuney; selected strikes, Fine to Very Fine. (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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196   imageSouth African States: Zululand, 1894 (July 2), Neat envelope from Nondweni to Johannesburg, franked with 1888 "Zululand" overprint ½d vermilion, two examples, and 1894 1d lilac and rose, canceled by "Nonwendeni/Zululand" double-ring datestamp, showing "Noutu/Natal" (July 3, date inverted), "Dundee/Natal" (July 4), "Rorkes Drift/Natal" (July 4), and "Charlestown/Natal" (July 6) c.d.s.'s on reverse; the cover has two vertical creases at left and light age spotting, Fine and scarce franking of the utmost appeal. Scott 1, 16; SG 1, 21, ex Rowell. (Image) (Image2)

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197 S 24 var. imageSouth African States: Zululand, 1894, Queen Victoria £5 purple & black on red, overprinted "Specimen" (Scott 24 var.), o.g., barest trace of hinge (appears never hinged), as fresh as they come, cleanly printed on flaming paper, with a razor-sharp overprint; sound, Very Fine.
SG 29s; £475 ($610). (Image)

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Suggested Bid $250-350
SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction
South Africa
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
198   imageSouth Africa, 1896 (Jan.), Soldier's envelope from Teneriffe, Canary Islands to York, England (Jan. 23), endorsed "From No. 3517 Cr. Sergt. W.E. Brennan West Ridge Regt. S.S. Arab Teneriffe" and countersigned by the Commanding Troop Officer, franked with G.B. 1d violet perfin "UN/C" (Union Steamship Co. Ltd.), canceled by "Paid Liverpool Br. Packet" c.d.s. (Jan. 23); damaged on reverse from rough opening, otherwise Very Fine and an unusual example of soldier's concessionary rate mail, ex Gerald Sattin,

Written on board the "S.S. Arab", which was being used as a troop ship, by a member of the 2nd Battalion West Riding Regiment, which was stationed in South Africa at the time. This soldier's letter was posted from Teneriffe, where the ship called en route from Southampton (Dec. 1895) to Cape Town. It was then transferred to another Union Steamship Co. ship originating from West Africa and bound for Liverpool.
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Suggested Bid $400-500
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Sudan
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
199 P 16 imageBritish Sudan, 1898, 10pi blue & ultramarine Camel Post, De La Rue trial color proof (Scott 16), o.g., very lightly hinged, a brilliant, eye-arresting proof in vibrant blue shades, Very Fine, rare. (Image)

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Suggested Bid $200-300
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200 //o   imageBritish Sudan, 1940, Specialized study of 5m on 10m carmine & black Post Rider, binder containing a mint study of 110 stamps in multiples, with varieties including "Malmime" variety in a block of 30; short mim (position 60) in plate number 3 block of four from the lower right corner of the sheet; broken lam (position 60) in horizontal strip of five from the lower right corner of the pane; and four examples of the inserted "5" in two blocks of six and two horizontal strips of three; also 1897-1911 reference collection of approximately 240 forged "Soudan" and "Army Service" overprints, with a section classified according to the different types or rows, as well some other issues with modern, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 2 lbs.
SG 78, 78a, 78c-78e.
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Suggested Bid $250-300
SOLD for $225.00
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Swaziland
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
201   imageSwaziland, 1950 (Feb. 20), Envelope from the Dominican Republic to New Jersey, redirected to Swaziland, bearing Airmail 10c green, canceled by duplex, with Swaziland 1933 Postage Dues 1d and 2d (Scott #J1, J2; Gibbons #D1, D2) canceled by "Bremersdorp" double-ring datestamp; central vertical filing fold not affecting stamps, Fine to Very Fine. (Image)

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Suggested Bid $100-120
SOLD for $80.00
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