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Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
637 c S.G. Z1, Z4 imageS.G. #Z1, Z4, Great Britain 1856-57 1d Rose-red and 6d Lilac, both used on August 10, 1858 folded cover to Paris, Polignac correspondence, redirected to Moisselles, each lightly cancelled by "A10" barred oval, additionally tied by "Paid/At/St. Vincent" crowned circle in black being mainly exhibited on the 1d denomination, additionally struck on front by "Paid" London transit c.d.s., "PD" circle, also in red, and French entry at Calais, with double-arc datestamp on reverse, in conjunction with French transits and arrival; the 1d with partial pre-printing horizontal fold resulting in a small tear; illustrated on page 17 of the St. Vincent handbook by Pierce-Messenger-Lowe; a considerably significant cover featuring a rare franking, with its most important characteristic being the usage, thought to be unique in black, of the crowned circle (Scott #A2, A5); ex-Messenger.Some of the rates on the few covers which have survived from this period are difficult to explain, due to some financial irregularities by the postmaster Dalzell. The single rate to France before April 30, 1860 was 7d.; consequently this cover was, apparently, correctly franked. For fully unpaid covers with adhesives, the balance paid in cash was denoted by the application of the crowned circle in red; in this instance, the crowned circle device would not have been required and it might have been erroneously struck although in black on one adhesive, when it could have been confused with the barred oval handstamp by the postal clerk. (Image) Est. $3,000-4,000


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638 P   image1861, plate proofs, 1d Black in pair on thick unwatermarked paper; fine. (Image) Est. $150-200


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639 c S.G. 1, 2 imageS.G. #1, #2, 1861 1d Rose-red and 6d Deep yellow-green, strip of four and vertical pair, all tied by "A10" barred ovals on 8 February 1862 double weight cover to Paris, De Polignac correspondence, red crayon "1/2" rate, "St-Vincent", London and Calais c.d.s.'s alongside, struck with arrival datestamp on back; illustrated on page 27 in the St. Vincent handbook by Pierce-Messenger-Lowe; covers exhibiting the two first-issue denominations are very rare, this being one of two examples recorded bearing this franking; ex-Gilbert-Lodge and Messenger. (Image) Est. $2,000-3,000


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640 c S.G. 2 imageS.G. #2, 1861 6d Deep yellow-green, tied by "A10" barred oval, in addition most infrequently tied by small "St-Vincent" c.d.s. to June 8, 1861 envelope addressed to London, illustrated on page 27 in the St. Vincent handbook by Pierce-Messenger-Lowe; a fine example of this rare and desirable first-issue single franking, with only three examples so far recorded, of even much greater significance by being the earliest recorded cover exhibiting St. Vincent stamps; ex-Pierce. (Image) Est. $2,500-3,000


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641 ogO S.G. 3 S.G. #3, 1888-96 5s Lake, group of 20 used stamps and one mint, featuring different shades and printings, fine-very fine (S.G. £1,130) Est. $250-400


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642 c S.G. 4 imageS.G. #4, 1862 6d Deep green, a remarkably fresh horizontal pair showing complete "A10" barred oval, centrally struck, additionally tied by "London/Paid" red c.d.s. on March 24, 1865 mourning cover with fine embossing on back and addressed to Liverpool, from where it was locally re-addressed, showing red crayon "11"and "Saint-Vincent" c.d.s. alongside, backstamped on arrival, an exceedingly fine, rare and desirable cover; 1988 Holcombe certificate; ex-Bessemer. (Image) Est. $1,200-1,500


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643 c S.G. 5, 7 imageS.G. #5, #7, 1862-68 1d Rose-red and 6d Deep green, two examples of the lower denomination, all used on 25 November 1869 single weight cover to Paris, De Polignac correspondence, cleanly tied by "A10" barred ovals, alongside showing dispatch c.d.s., crayon "7" and London "Paid" c.d.s., all in red, with French entry additionally tying the 1d adhesives, and arrival on reverse, a very fine and clean cover; signed W.E. Lea; ex-Cartier. (Image) Est. $1,200-1,500


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644 O S.G. 10 imageS.G. #10, 1866 1d Rose-red perf. 11 to 12½x14 to 16, delicate and fresh shade, delicately cancelled by "A10" barred oval; a very fine example of this scarce and difficult stamp; 1937 R.P.S. certificate (S.G. £1,100); ex-Bessemer. (Image) Est. $400-600


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645 c S.G. 11 imageS.G. #11, 1866 1s Slate-grey, used as single franking on January 9, 1869 envelope to London, tied by "A10" barred oval, showing red "St-Vincent" c.d.s. and red crayon "11", slightly soiled and part back missing, rare; in addition a single example used on piece; ex-Lickfold, Gilbert-Lodge and Messenger. (Image) Est. $500-750


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646 c S.G. 12, 13 imageS.G. #12, #13, 1869 4d Yellow and 1s Indigo, each tied by "A10" barred oval on October 10, 1870 cover to Paris, De Polignac correspondence, redirected to Maromme, showing faint strike of dispatch c.d.s., rated "1/3" with red crayon, October 31 transit of London and French entry c.d.s. alongside, backstamped at Maromme, minor acidic ink erosion in addressee's panel, a scarce and most attractive franking. (Image) Est. $800-1,200


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647 c S.G. 13 imageS.G. #13, 1869 1s Indigo, tied by "A10" barred oval to October 9, 1869 envelope to London, with red dispatch c.d.s., London "Paid" datestamp and rated "11" to London in manuscript, all applied in red, the adhesive was lifted for examination and the cover cleaned at upper right, not detracting, a rare stamp on cover; 1995 Holcombe certificate; ex-Gilbert-Lodge and Pierce. (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500


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648 c S.G. 14 imageS.G. #14, 1869 1s Brown, tied by "A10" barred oval to December 9, 1871 cover to London, showing light St. Vincent c.d.s. at left, a rare stamp on cover; ex-Burrus and Jaffé (Image) Est. $500-750


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649 c S.G. 17 imageS.G. #17, 1872 1s Deep rose-red, tied by "A10" barred oval, which is infrequently neat, on May 11, 1873 envelope to London, struck with red dispatch c.d.s. at base, backstamped on receipt,adhesive defective in lower left corner, barely detracting from this rare franking; 1979 B.P.A. certificate. (Image) Est. $400-500


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650 c S.G. 18 imageS.G. #18, 1872 1d Black, used on June 27, 1879 edition of "St. Vincent Witness" newspaper addressed to the Governor in Chief in Barbados, tied by "A10" barred oval, with matching dispacth c.d.s. at right, some faults as to be expected with an item of this nature, a very rare and interesting usage. (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500


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651 c S.G. 19 imageS.G. #19, 1873 6d Dull blue-green, slightly defective top margin and slightly toned along perforations, on envelope with contents to Washington, tied by "A10" barred oval, showing red crayon "4", "New York/Due 10"/U.S. Currency" c.d.s. -changed to due 5-, carried by RMSP "Corsica" from St. Vincent to Barbados, transferred to the RMSP "Eider"for onward transmission to St. Thomas, from where it was embarked on the SS "Merrimach" to New York, an interesting usage to United States carried through a rare route including St. Thomas; 2003 R.P.S. certificate. (Image) Est. $300-400


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652 c S.G. 19b imageS.G. #19b, 1875 Deep blue-green, on March 2, 1876 cover to Trinidad, tied by St. Vincent red c.d.s., additionally struck in center, rated "4" with red crayon and showing March 6 double-arc datestamp on arrival, a fine usage to an infrequent destination; ex-Urwick. (Image) Est. $400-500


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653 c S.G. 19b imageS.G. #19b, 1875 6d Deep blue-green, a fresh single used on November 28, 1876 cover to Washington, tied by smudged "A10" and matching c.d.s., repeated adjacent, all in red, additionally rated "4" with red crayon, "New-York/Due 5 Cts." c.d.s. also on face, carried by RMSP "Corsica" from St. Vincent to Barbados, then by the RMSP "Eider" for to St. Thomas, a fine and attractive usage to North America including a rare involvement of St. Thomas in its route. (Image) Est. $500-750


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654 O S.G. 20 imageS.G. #20, 1873 1s Lilac-rose perf. 11 to 12½x15, showing complete and clean strike of St. Vincent c.d.s. in red, dated September 10, 1874, very fine (S.G. £350). (Image) Est. $100-150


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655 O S.G. 21 imageS.G. #21, 1875 1s Claret, da very fine example cancelled by "CA" abbreviated village c.d.s. of Calliaqua in red, scarce; 1977 R.P.S. certificate, signed Víctor Kneitschel. (Image) Est. $120-150


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656 c S.G. 23 imageS.G. #23, 1877 6d Pale green, horizontal pair on Jul 10, 1877 cover to London, cancelled by blurred strikes of "A10" barred oval, with matching dispatch c.d.s. at lower left, both in red, confirming its arrival to London with corresponding "Paid" datestamp alongside, the earliest of three covers recorded bearing this rare stamp. (Image) Est. $750-1,000


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