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Cavendish Philatelic Auctions Ltd. Sale: 836

Worldwide Stamps & Postal History
IRELAND

Sale No: 836
Lot No: 509
Symbol:

image RARE FANCY SCROLL-FRAMED DUBLIN "NO·PRIVILEGE" & "WRONG-DATE MARKS; 7 July 1820 front (closed spike-holes barely detract) from "AHASCRAGH/75" (fine rare mileage mark) to London with a very fine strike of the "NO·PRIVILEGE" scroll in Red beside a superb matching red Dublin Crown mark; charged '4/-' instead of no charge and with inspector's 'star' h.s. on front and 2 Jan. 1833 front franked from 'Carlow' to Dublin with a mostly very fine Orange-Red "WRONG·DATE" mark beside the fine matching Dublin Crown mark; endorsed "Put in Jany. 1833" and so charged '1/6'. Few examples known. Both ex Jay and sold in our June 2000 sale for £280 (2 fronts) Cross Reference: INSTRUCTIONAL MARKS, IRELAND PRE-1922 - POSTAL HISTORY, FREE MAIL, INSPECTORS' MARKS (Image)

Opening GBP 280.00
Sold...GBP 280.00


Closed..Jun-02-2021, 10:24:38 EST
Sold For 280

Sale No: 836
Lot No: 510
Symbol:
Cat No: Collection

image 1922-91 EXCLUSIVELY MINT COLLECTION on printed album pages housed in a box file. High degree of completion incl. extensive basic range of 1922-23 overprints incl. one set of optd. Sea Horses (1922 Thom 3-line opt.). Also incl. the 1937 St. Patrick high value trio to 10/- (SG 102/104) and the 1943 reprint of same (SG 123/125). Lot also incl. a range of singles and sets in packets plus a group of mostly modern covers. (Few 100s plus several covers) (Image)

Opening GBP 320.00
Sold...GBP 320.00


Closed..Jun-02-2021, 10:25:03 EST
Sold For 320
Sale No: 836
Lot No: 511
Symbol:

image ANTI-HOME-RULE "PATRIOTS MAINTAIN THE UNION" RED LABEL INCORRECTLY USED ON COVER; 22 May 1914 env. (some light staining) sent locally franked only by the scarce red Anti-Irish Home Rule perforated "PATRIOTS MAINTAIN THE UNION" label tied by a fine "TUNBRIDGE WELLS" machine. Very rare used on cover. Cross Reference: IRELAND PRE-1922 - POSTAL HISTORY (Image)

Opening GBP 220.00
Sold...GBP 220.00


Closed..Jun-02-2021, 10:25:26 EST
Sold For 220


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