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Great Britain continued...

1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures continued...
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
60060   image1841 (Apr 5) 1d Mulready envelope (forme 3, stereo A161) from Limerick to Newcastle, neatly cancelled by a fine strike of the distinctive Limerick Maltese Cross in black, the reverse showing an arrival cds for the following day with an unusual error where the "N" of Newcastle is reversed, very rare with only one other Mulready recorded with this cancel by Rockoff and Jackson, cert. RPS (2013).(Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Estimate. GBP 800

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
60061   image1843 (Aug 10) 1d Mulready lettersheet, form 3 stereo A54, sent from London to Knaresborough and neatly cancelled by a superb strike of a London "8" in MC, reverse with despatch and arrival cds, light filing folds nevertheless a very presentable example of this scarce cancellation, ex "Mayflower", cert. BPA (2010) (SG Spec. ME1g, £2'250).(Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Estimate. GBP 1,500

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
60062   image1843 (Aug 28) 1d black Mulready lettersheet, sent to London from Newcastle Under Lyme, black Maltese Cross, with "More to Pay" instruction in black to front, indicating it was overweight, manuscript "2", some soiling and minor imperfection, rare mark on a Mulready.(Image 1)

Estimate. GBP 150

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
60063   image1844 (May 20) 1d Mulready wrapper, stereo A2, sent from Gateshead to London with ms "OHMS" at top and sent to the Secretary of Stamps & Taxes, cancelled by 1844-type "309" numeral, reverse with despatch hand arrival bs, minor soiling and fold strengthened at top, fine and scarce official usage (S.G. £850).(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. GBP 200

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
60064   image1868 (Oct 10) 1d Mulready envelope from Worsley to Grasmere, Britannia uncancelled with Manchester transit cds at lower left and neatly endorsed alongside "2" postage due charge, a spectacular late usage of the Mulready, cert BPA (2008).(Image 1) (Image 2)

Estimate. GBP 800

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
60065   image1840 1d Mulready lettersheet, Forme 1 stereo A8, sent locally from Shefford (Bedfordshire) to Ampthill cancelled solely by a red "Shefford / Penny Post" handstamp, extremely rare and only possible when mail was sent between two small villages without passing through a parent Post Office, very fine, cert BPA (2003).(Image 1) (Image 2)

Estimate. GBP 3,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
60066   image1840 1d Mulready envelope sent to Peterborough, cancelled by a red Maltese Cross of Dorking, with undated circle of the same town, both in an attractive maroon shade, tear top centre, otherwise fine and most appealing.(Image 1)

Estimate. GBP 200

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
60067   1840 (May 12) 2d Mulready lettersheet, forme1, stereo a105, sent from Boston to Spalding and cancelled by neat red MC, no datestamps on reverse but dated internally for May 12th 1840, very fine and very rare "May Date", one of only two recorded 2d Mulreadys used on this date, ex "Mayflower".(Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Estimate. GBP 2,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
60068   image1845 (Nov 24) 2d Mulready lettersheet front with POSTAGE flap, stereo a104, sent registered to Winchester, endorsed "Registered 29" in black and 1/- in red crayon denoting the registration fee paid in cash and confirmed by red London "PAID" tombstone datestamp, Britannia with several black ink dots but otherwise uncancelled, wax seal on front at right may indicate that this was used as a label on a larger package, has been re-backed for strength and there is some creasing, a very rare item, ex Alan Holyoake RDP FRPSL.(Image 1)

Estimate. GBP 750

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
60069   image1846 (Mar 6) 2d Mulready lettersheet from London to Lyndhurst, neatly cancelled by a fine strike of the London "2" numeral with despatch and arrival ds on reverse, a fine and attractive late usage of the Mulready.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. GBP 400

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
60070   image1841 (Nov 17) 2d Mulready envelope, stereo a210, sent locally in London, cancelled by a London "Broken Points" Maltese Cross, with "T.P. Charles St West" two line mark in blue, dispatch mark in red to back, some soiling, and faint vertical creases not obvious, scarce cover (S.G. £2'000).(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. GBP 350

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
60071   image1840 Southgate No. 5 Pickwick Caricature hand-painted front unused, some soiling, but rare and attractive.(Image 1)

Estimate. GBP 350

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
60072   image1840 Southgate No. 2 Political Caricature envelope unused, some minor soiling, otherwise in fine condition.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. GBP 150

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
60073   image1840 Fores's Comic Envelope No. 1 used front with "Store St." straight-line in black and an unused 1d black pl. 8 GB, three margins, fixed to the top right corner, stuck to page, some apparent creases and tears, soiling but scarce and appealing.(Image 1)

Estimate. GBP 700

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
60074   image"Fores's Racing Envelope No.5", original unused envelope, fine and scarce.(Image 1)

Estimate. GBP 100

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
60075   image1870 (Jun 30) Mulready caricature advertising the famous French stamp dealer Arthur Maury (house founded in 1860), showing the dealer himself as Britannia, sending letters around the world at top and women and children collecting stamps in the lower two images, sent registered from Paris to Munich (only a few months before the Franco-Prussian war) with registration cachet, "CHARGÉ" and "P.D." hs in red, Paris despatch adjacent, reverse with transits and Munich arrival, the postage could have been paid by stamps that have fallen off or by cash, some imperfections, a highly attractive and extremely rare early stamp dealers mail.(Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. GBP 1,500

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
Hand Illustrated and Printed Envelopes
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
60076   image1845 (Sep 20) "Hartley's Racing Calendar Office" printed envelope depicting horse racing at top, franked with 1841 1d red KA, close to very large margins, tied by "255" numeral with Doncaster despatch ds below, Exeter arrival, fine and very attractive cover, ex Lady Mary Buiri.(Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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Estimate. GBP 300

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
60077   image1880ca. Two illustrated covers both unused with 1d reds fixed, one a clean uncreased Inniskilling Dragoons envelope with hand-drawn Jack in the Box illustration and 1d red pl.140 applied, and the other a printed Queen's Head pub scene with policeman and cleaner with 1d red pl.213 applied, vertical crease and wrinkled in places and some staining, a scarce and attractive duo.(Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Estimate. GBP 400

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
Line Engraved Essays, Plate Proofs, Colour Tria...
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
60078 ,   1812-39 Whiting & Branston colour background essays, three examples in two colour printings, one in green and pale-rose, one is purple-brown and rose and the with three smaller essays in blues and red-browns, some faults but in the main fine and scarce.(Image 1)

Estimate. GBP 200

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM
60079   image1837 William Wyon City Medal in bronze, 55mm, to celebrate Victoria's first visit to the City of London after her accession to the throne, one side showing the Queen's head which was the model for the head on the line-engraved postage stamps of 1840–79, including the Penny Black, 1847–54 embossed stamps of and the postal stationery from 1841–1901, fine and scarce, with only 350 examples struck in bronze, see SG Spec Vol 1 pg. 7, an ideal frontispiece to a Line Engraved, Embossed or Postal Stationery exhibit collection.(Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4)

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Estimate. GBP 1,000

CLOSED
Closing..Jun-16, 11:59 PM

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