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St. Vincent continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
617 c   image1798, Sept. 1st packet folded letter to Edinburgh, rated "2/2", showing black transit of Falmouth (Oct. 23) on reverse, and red arrival of Edinburg on the 26th, some soiling and small edge tears in center, otherwise fine. (Image) Est. $150-200


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618 c   image"St Vincents" Datestamp, struck on back of March 19, 1805 folded cover to London, initially rated "1/10" then crossed out and amended to "2/-" at left for the single sheet rate, a fine example for this scarce postmark, known to have been used in black from 1799 to 1805. (Image) Est. $500-750


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619 c   imageFleuron datestamp, type Ia first state, a good strike on back of July 2, 1807 folded letter to London, denoting "2/-" manuscript single rate on face, additionally backstamped with c.d.s. on arrival, fine. (Image) Est. $200-300


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620 c   imageIncoming mail from Grenada with "St. Kitts" fleuron handstamp; folded letter dated July 23, 1807, rated "4d" in manuscript, fine and unusual. (Image) Est. $100-150


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621 c   imageRed Crown handstamp on 1807 folded letter to London, dated October 12, carried by Falmouth packet "Windsor Castle" from Tortola, rated "2/-" due, being cancelled by Crown marking and corrected "4/-" due at left to pay the double rate, backstamped on arrival. (Image) Est. $150-200


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622 c   image1807 incoming mail from British Guiana via Barbados, October 25 folded letter bearing "Barbadoes" straight-line handstamp, fine and scarce. (Image) Est. $200-300


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623 c   1811 incoming mail addressed to the General Orde commanding St. Vincent, folded letter from London rate "2/-", small tear at base, interesting and rare. Est. $100-200


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624 c   image1812, May 5 folded letter to London, with sender's directive "P. Ship Everthorpe/Captain McArthur/Via Glasgow q.D.C. (Quem Deus Conserveat) with a bundle News Papers" at lower left, endorsed at top left "2oz 1/4", rated "12/9", bearing "Port Glasgow/Ship Letter" and three-line datestamp on arrival, an interesting and infrequent usage; ex-Messenger. (Image) Est. $200-300


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625 c   imageFleuron datestamp, type IIa first state, bold strike on back of May 12, 1813 folded letter to London with red arrival c.d.s. alongside, "6/6" on front, very fine, a scarce triple rate cover. (Image) Est. $150-200


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626 c   imageCrown "Ship Lre/St. Vincent" oval/framed handstamp, a superb strike applied on reverse of April 28, 1815 folded letter to London, showing Crown "Ship Letter/London" c.d.s. on face, rated "4" in manuscript, additionally struck with June 17 oval red datestamp on back, the finest of only four examples recorded by Pierce. ex-Bowlby, Sinton and Messenger. (Image) Est. $2,500-3,000


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627 c   imageFleuron datestamp, type IIb second state, two July 1815 and February 1818 folded letters to Reading and London, bearing this handstamp on reverse, the former carried at unusual triple rate ("6/6"), the former at single rate, very fine. (Image) Est. $250-300


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628 c   imageFleuron datestamp, type IIIc third state, a superb strike exhibited on back of April 16, 1822 single weight cover (side flaps missing) to London showing neat arrival c.d.s. in red alongside, extremely fine, ex-Glassco. (Image) Est. $200-300


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629 c   imageFleuron datestamp, type Ib second state, second period of use, applied on back of two 1831-38 folded letters to London and Edinburgh, with red arrival c.d.s. alongside, the earlier also showing double-arc datestamp of Grenada struck in transit, fine-very fine. (Image) Est. $150-200


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630 c   Step-type Ship Letter handstamps on arrival on outgoing mail sent to London, two 1835-57 folded letters exhibiting this type at Bristol and Deal, rated "1/6" including 8d ship letter and 10d inland fees, and "2/8" quadruple rate, a fine duo. Est. $200-250


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631 c   St. Vincent double-arc datestamp, 1844-51 four covers showing this handstamp on reverse, including a better example addressed to Martinique, fine-very fine; also 1845 folded letter to Scotland carried privately to Grenada, and 1845 letter cover endorsed "Saml. Cockburn, esq. Grenada W. Indies", entering the mails with Grenada double-arc datestamp (March11) on reverse, rated "1/- Paid" in manuscript. Est. $200-300


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632 c S.G. CC1 imageS.G. #CC1, "Paid/At/St. Vincent" crowned-circle handstamp, a good strike on July 23, 1857 folded letter to Bermuda, showing "8" red crayon paying the inter-islands rate, some discoloration to the letter, nevertheless a very fine strike of this postmark, being scarce on mail sent to this destination; 1986 R.P.S. certificate (S.G. £950). (Image) Est. $400-500


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633 c S.G. CC1 imageS.G. #CC1, "Paid/At/St. Vincent" crowned-circle handstamp, neatly applied on July 8, 1862 folded letter to London, showing small black St. Vincent and red London c.d.s.'s alongside; an interesting example during the second "provisional" period, when the handstamp was brought in emergency use, to denote payment of covers without adhesives during the shortage of 6d stamps; an outstandingly fine example of this postmark, which is usually exhibited with blurred strikes (S.G. £950); ex-Messenger. (Image) Est. $750-1,000


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634 O S.G. Z4 imageS.G. #Z1, Great Britain 1858 1d Rose-red Pl. 59, a horizontal pair, IH-II, each clearly cancelled by "A10" barred oval, some short perforations not detracting from the freshness and rarity of this pair; 1979 R.P.S. certificate (S.G. £1,400+; Scott #A2, $1,450.00+). (Image) Est. $300-500


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635 c S.G. Z3 imageS.G. #Z3, Great Britain 1855 4d Rose, a remarkably fresh example, trimmed perforations on two sides, slightly reduced in part of the left margin, paying the inter-islands rate and tied by "A10" obliterator to cover (side flaps missing) to St. Lucia, showing on reverse double-arc datestamps on dispatch and arrival, fine; 1970 R.P.S. certificate (Scott #A4). (Image) Est. $500-750


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636 OpP S.G. Z4 imageS.G. #Z4, Great Britain 1856 4d Lilac, a horizontal marginal pair from the left of the sheet, used on piece with "A10" barred ovals, vertical crease at right and in margin at upper left, in addition single, defective at base, tied by "A10" obliterator to large piece showing complete matching double-arc datestamp alongside; pair accompanied by 1983 R.P.S. certificate (S.G. £975+; Scott #A5, $975.00+). (Image) Est. $200-300


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