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Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
717 c   imagePeruvian Vale, provisional St. Vincent Code "C" datestamp, struck on dispatch alongside the franking on large registered May 16, 1889 envelope from Peruvian Vale to New York, bearing 1885-93 1d Red in two vertical pairs, 4d Chocolate and scarce 6d Violet, all tied by "A10" barred ovals, showing red St. Vincent c.d.s. applied in transit also on face, and arrival on reverse, repaired vertical tear to envelope, a very scarce usage of this datestamp, in this instance used in the early period of this office, which was opened in January 1888 -this c.d.s. type seems to have been into service at this village until 1894-. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
718 c   imagePeruvian Vale, Extended village Datestamp, diameter 21.5 mm., neatly placed to the top of August 21, 1896 envelope to Chistehurst, Kent, franked by 1893 2½d on 1d Blue, tied by Kingstown c.d.s., additionally struck alongside; one of only two covers recorded exhibiting this Extended Village datestamp; ex-Messenger. (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
719 c   imageRabacca, "RAB" Abbreviated Village datestamp, a superior-quality example of this rare type struck in red, slightly placed to the lower left of March 21, 1882 incoming envelope from Banff, Scotland, bearing Great Britain 1880 4d Grey-brown pl. 17 pair, tied by dispatch , minor soiling; illustrated on page103 of the St. Vincent handbook by Pierce-Messenger-Lowe; one of the finest strikes of this datestamp, being recorded on only just five covers; ex-Messenger. (Image) Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $2,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
720 c   imageRabacca, "RAB" Abbreviated Village datestamp, a remarkably neat strike in red applied on arrival of April 27, 1883 envelope from Kingstown to Tourama through the Rabacca P.O., franked, for the internal rate, with 1882-83 1d Drab, infrequently tied by "K" Abbreviated village datestamp on dispatch, neatly applied alongside; faults at top and left, still though a very rare usage showing the usage in conjunction of two different Abbreviated datestamp, being one of just five covers recorded with the "RAB" datestamp. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
721 c   imageRabacca, Extended Village datestamp, diameter 19.5 mm., a neat strike harmoniously applied in center of June 16, 1894 ½d stationery wrapper from Kingstown to Rabacca, canceled by c.d.s. on dispatch, rare. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
722 c   Stubbs, Extended Village datestamp, diameter 19.5 mm., applied alongside the franking on 1893 1½d stationery card to Trinidad and 1901 registered envelope to London bearing three examples of 1899 1d, fine-very fine, tying the franking on KEVII ½d newspaper wrapper to United States, and on 1930 cover to England bearing marginal 1921-35 ½d vertical pair. Est. $200-300

SOLD for $160.00
Will close during Public Auction
723 c   imageUnion Estate, "UE" Abbreviated Village Datestamp, clearly handstamped in red at upper right of April 26, 1873 envelope to Cork, franked by 1872 6d Dull blue-green in pair, each stamp being cancelled by "A10" barred oval and additional strikes of the "UE" Abbreviated Village datestamp, St. Vincent c.d.s. in center and arrival on reverse, some light staining, mainly around adhesives, and creases to envelope; the finer of only two covers recorded; 1965 B.P.A. certificate; ex-Lickfold and Jaffé. (Image) Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $6,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
724 c   imageUnion Estate, Extended Village Datestamp, diameter 19.75 mm., canceling the franking on three including two on which it cancels the franking with 1894 1d stationery postcard to Glasgow, and registered "Myerscough" cover bearing 1885-93 ½d pair and irregular block of seven, a third cover dated 1906 and sent to Kingstown, bearing 1902 1d, fine-very fine. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction
725 O   imageOval "PD" cancellation, strikes in black and red on 1877 6d Pale green, one stamp with small thin, the other affected by faint soiling and tiny corner crease, still though very scarce and desirable usages. (Image) (image_2) Est. $100-200

SOLD for $140.00
Will close during Public Auction
726 O   image'Circle of Dots' cancellation, also known as 'thumb-print' and presumably used at Mesopotamia, complete strikes on two examples of 1880 1d Oliver-green, one additionally cancelled by "A10" barred oval and with faint perforation faults, the other being illustrated on page 129 of the St. Vincent handbook by Pierce-Messenger-Lowe; only about ten examples recorded; ex-Bowlby and Messenger. (Image) (image_2) Est. $200-300

SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction
728 c   imageMilitary Mail from St. Vincent; 1881 cover to Sheffield sent by a stoker on H.M.S. "Doterel" at St. Vincent, carried at military concessionary rate validated with "Commander Officer" endorsement and signature, paid with 1881-81 1d Venetian-red, tied at Southampton with "727" barred oval showing "Southampton/Mar 16 81/Ship Letter" c.d.s. alongside, additionally rated with ½d marking, backstamped on arrival, some tone spots, still though a very scarce and desirable military usage; 1986 R.P.S: certificate. (Image) Est. $400-500

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
729 c   image"Parcel Post/St Vincent" datestamp, cleanly and clearly applied on 1885 1d Red and 1891 6d Dull purple, including 2d paying the parcel post fee, on December 13, 1897 large "On Her Majesty's Service" envelope to Swansea, endorsed "Per Parcels Post" at upper left and, on reverse, St. Vincent parcel post custom declaration stating postage stamps to the value of 5s, and foreign and colonial label for the shipment passing through the G.P.O. in London; the only recorded use of the Parcel Post datestamp on entire; ex-Jaffé. (Image) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $270.00
Will close during Public Auction
730 c   image "Too Late" framed handstamp, neatly struck on May 6, 1886 envelope to London, bearing1882-93 2½d on 1d lake and ½d Green, vertical strip of three, tied by Kingstown dispatch c.d.s.'s, posted too late for the first mail in May and carried by the second RMSP steamer in that month, one of at most three items so far recorded bearing this handstamp; ex-Jaffé. (Image) Est. $250-300

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
731 c   image "Too Late" framed handstamp, a very fine strike on September 3, 1888 1½d stationery postcard from Kingstown to Valparaiso, Chile, redirected to Montevideo in Uruguay via Brazil, showing dispatch c.d.s.'s, blue Colon and Panama blue transits, Valparaiso and Rio de Janeiro c.d.s.'s on obverse, with "Domicilio" datestamp on arrival on reverse; one of at most three items so far recorded bearing this handstamp. (Image) Est. $250-300

SOLD for $170.00
Will close during Public Auction
732 c   image"Latefee" straight-line handstamp without spacing between "Late" and "Fee", on two March-May 1896 items from Kingstown, one cover addressed to Ontario, Canada, bearing 1885-93 1d and 2½d on 1d, the other, a 1d stationery postcard, up-rated with 1885-93 1d and sent to Barbados, showing transit or arrival c.d.s.'s on reverse; these are the two items recorded exhibiting this instructional marking, which was unrecorded by Messenger-Pierce-Lowe; ex-Bayley. (Image) (image_2) Est. $400-500

SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction
733 c   image"Late Fee." straight-line handstamp, No. 77, fine-very fine strikes on front of two 1897-98 items dispatched at Kingstown, the earlier being an envelope to London franked by 1885-93 1d and 2½d on 1d, the later, a ½d stationery wrapper to Sussex (some creases) additionally franked with 1885-93 1d, a very scarce duo; ex-Messenger. (Image) Est. $300-400

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
734 c   image"Late Fee." straight-line handstamp, No. 78; 1811, April 11 envelope from Kingstown to London, bearing 1909-11 1d single, tied by dispatch c.d.s., and pair, cancelled by the Late Fee marking, backstamped on receipt, some minor faults not detracting from this very rare cover which shows a superb strike. (Image) Est. $150-200

SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
735 c   image"Paquebot" straight-line handstamp, struck on Grenada 1902 2½d used on June 2, 1905 cover to Nemecky Brod, then in Austria, with Kingstown c.d.s. alongside, receiving datestamp on arrival on reverse, the only recorded strike on cover. (Image) Est. $200-300

SOLD for $140.00
Will close during Public Auction
736 c   image"Ship Letters/St.Vincent" datestamp, an excellent strike on front of January 6, 1906 incoming postcard from Barbados, bearing 1d single franking, some tone spots, one of only five covers recorded with this postmark. (Image) (image_2) Est. $250-500

SOLD for $700.00
Will close during Public Auction
737 c   image"Unclaimed" straight-line handstamp, 42 x 5 mm., struck twice on February 2, 1908 incoming registered cover from Bismark, Germany, bearing "Germania" 5pf, 10pf and 25pf, tied on dispatch, sent back to the addressee with manuscript notations in red "Rebut + unknown", with the "Unclaimed" markings and St. Vincent c.d.s. alongside, redirected to Wriezen in Germany with corresponding c.d.s. on July 29, struck on reverse, where several transits are also exhibited, including Grenada, New York, Bismark and maritime "Bremen/New-York" datestamps, some creases at top, a spectacular and very rare usage. (Image) Est. $200-300

SOLD for $140.00
Will close during Public Auction

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