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British Empire and Foreign Countries continued...

New Zealand continued...
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741 / c, entire, etc. New Zealand: World War I: Troop Camps in New Zealand: A collection in an album, incl. Addington, Featherstone, Trentham Camps, good range of postcards, also patriotic cards, comic, range of cachets, also some pieces, etc. (145 items) Est. £250-300

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Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
New Zealand: Antarctic Expeditions
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742 / On piece, front, etc. imageNew Zealand: Antarctic Expeditions: 1908 King Edward VII Land 1d. rose-carmine, Royle printing, two marginal pairs c.t.o. by Expedition c.d.s’s on piece, both signed “EH Shackleton”, in selvedge. S.G. A1. Photo. (Image1) Est. £200-250

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Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
743 / On piece, front, etc. imageNew Zealand: Antarctic Expeditions: 1911 Victoria Land 1/2d. and 1d. tied by fine “JA 18/13” Expedition c.d.s’s (fixed at time of arrival of the “Terra Nova” at Cape Evans), to individual official Expedition lettersheets. Photo. (Image1) Est. £400-500

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
Nigeria: Lagos
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744 Nigeria: Lagos: A collection on leaves, incl. range of mainly used early issues, 1904 to 10s. mint, values to 5s. used (not guaranteed), 1904-06 to 10s. mint, etc., mixed condition. (96) Est. £150-200

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
Nigeria: Niger Coast Protectorate: Oil Rivers
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745 / Used / Nigeria: Niger Coast Protectorate: Oil Rivers: 1892-94 1/2d., 1d. (2, one on piece), 2d., 21/2d. (3), 5d. block of six, 1s., also 2d. bisected on piece, used, fair to fine. Est. £100-120

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Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
746 / c, entire, etc. imageNigeria: Niger Coast Protectorate: Oil Rivers: 1893 (Aug. 5) 1d. postal stationery card to Birmingham, uprated by 1892-94 1d., cancelled by Benin River c.d.s’s with “PAID/LIVERPOOL/BR. PACKET/210 SP 93/ 7-B.” in red. Photo. (Image1) Est. £80-100

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Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
747 / c, entire, etc. imageNigeria: Niger Coast Protectorate: Oil Rivers: 1893 (Dec. 28) long O.H.M.S. envelope addressed to his wife in London by Frederick Dundas franked by 1892-94 21/2d. pair cancelled by Old Calabar River c.d.s. with further strike and red “PAID/LIVERPOOL/BR. PACKET/28 JAN 94/I.B.” at left. Following retirement from the Royal Navy, Capt. Frederick George Dundas (1845-99) was in 1891, appointed Commissioner and Principal Naval Officer to the Imperial British East Africa Company, and successfully explored and surveyed in the Company's Steamer “Kenia” the rivers Tana and Juba, where he landed alone among the threatening Somalis, managing to win over the hostile chiefs by "a mixture of audacity and jolliness". In June 1893 Commander Dundas was appointed Superintendent of Marine in the Niger Coast Protectorate under the Foreign Office and served in the Brass River Expedition of 1895, piloting the “Yakoba” which was subsequently anchored off Sacrifice Island as a General Depot. Photo. (Image1) Est. £200-250

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Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
748 / c, entire, etc. imageNigeria: Niger Coast Protectorate: Oil Rivers: 1893 (Dec. 28) registered envelope (flap missing) to Manchester, with added 1892-94 1d. and 2d. tied by Old Calabar River c.d.s’s with Liverpool Jan. 28 1894 oval transit. Photo. (Image1) Est. £100-120

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Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
749 / c, entire, etc. imageNigeria: Niger Coast Protectorate: Oil Rivers: 1894 (Feb. 3) printed envelope registered to London bearing 1892-94 1/2d. to 1s. set tied by Old Calabar River c.d.s’s with large “R” and Liverpool Mar. 9 transit below. Photo. (Image1) Est. £120-150

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Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
750 / c, entire, etc. imageNigeria: Niger Coast Protectorate: Oil Rivers: 1895 (Apr. 24) characterful cover registered to Twickenham, Middlesex, franked by 1892-94 2d. (2) and 1893 1/2d. type 4 in green on 21/2d., tied by Old Calabar River c.d.s’s and showing large “R” with oval registered transit datestamps of Old Calabar, Liverpool and London, rare. Possibly sent by Sir William Brandford Griffith (1858-1939) who had entered the Colonial Service ten years before as a District Commissioner of the Gold Coast, and had acted as a Puisne Judge of Lagos, compiling the Ordinances of the Colony in 1887 and in 1895 appointed Chief Justice of the Gold Coast Crown colony. R.P.S. certificate (1998). S.G. 3, 11. Photo. (Image1) Est. £450-500

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Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
Nigeria: Niger Coast Protectorate: Protectorate Issues
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751 / c, entire, etc. Nigeria: Niger Coast Protectorate: Postal Stationery: Postcards: A Q.V. selection comprising Oil Rivers 1/2d. (CP 21) unused and used, 1d. (CP 27) overprinted “SPECIMEN”, unused and used (2) at Bonny River, Old Calabar River, Niger Coast Protectorate 1d. (CP 27) unused and used (3) at Bonny River, Old Calabar River and Benin River, also unoverprinted 1d. (CP 27) used from Burutu with rectangular framed “THE ROYAL NIGER COMPANY/CHARTERED & UNITED/21 FEB. 1898/POST OFFICE/BURUTU” in violet. (11 items) Est. £100-120

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Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
752 Nigeria: Niger Coast Protectorate: Postal Stationery: Registered Envelopes: A Q.V. selection comprising Oil Rivers 2d. (RP 15H2), overprinted “SPECIMEN” (no label), 2d. (RP 16F) one overprinted “SPECIMEN”, unused and used, 2d. (RG 16G) unused, 2d. (RP 18 F, G and H2) unused, Niger Coast Protectorate 1893 2d. (RP 20F) overprinted “SPECIMEN”, unused, (RP 20 G unused, H2 unused, 2), 2d. size F overprinted “SPECIMEN”. (14 items) Est. £120-150

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Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
Nigeria: Niger Company Territories
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753 / On piece, front, etc. Nigeria: Niger Company Territories: 1897, 1898, three pieces franked by G.B. stamps all with violet boxed “THE ROYAL NIGER COMPANY/CHARTERED & LIMITED/POST OFFICE/BURUTU”. Est. £100-120

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Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
754 / c, entire, etc. imageNigeria: Niger Company Territories: 1899 (Feb. 18) envelope addressed to James Henry Yoxall (1857-1925), educationalist, author and M.P., at the House of Commons in London franked 1d. lilac tied by fair strikes of “BURUTU” boxed datestamp in violet, with red “PAID/LIVERPOOL/BR. PACKET” Mar. 14 transit at left. Photo. (Image1) Est. £100-120

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Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
Nigeria
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755 Unmounted bl imageNigeria: 1914-29 4d. black and red on deep yellow, thick paper, complete unmounted mint sheet of 100, some faults but scarce. S.G. 6b, cat. £5,000+. Photo. (Image1) Est. £1,000-1,200

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Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
756 Nigeria: Cancellations: A collection of strikes on the 1953-58 issue in two large albums, incl. singles, pieces and covers, range of offices from Aba to Zaria. (100s) Est. £400-500

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
Norfolk Island
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757 imageNorfolk Island: 1980-81 Aircraft, unissued 1c. Gypsy Moth (used for 2c.), unissued 2c. Curtiss (used for the 3c.) and unissued 3c. Chance Vought (used for 4c.) imperforate proofs, each mounted on separate Harrison & Sons presentation card, a few minor tone spots, unique, with normal set on two commercial covers for comparison. (5 items) Ex Bradford. Photo.
Import VAT 5% (Image1)
Est. £2,000-2,500

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
North Borneo
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758 bl North Borneo: 1888-92 1/2c. to 10c. selection of imperforate and perforated complete sheets (13 sheets, 10 x 5) of forgeries, some adhesions and perf. separation, otherwise mainly good to fine. (650) Est. £100-120

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Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
759 / c, entire, etc. imageNorth Borneo: 1889 3c. postal stationery card used 1897 to Java, cancelled by a good strike of the rare “SILAM POST OFFICE/(lion)/B.N. BORNEO” intaglio seal in blue, with Singapore May 12 transit alongside. Photo.
VAT 20% (Image1)
Est. £500-600

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
760 Unmounted bl imageNorth Borneo: 1918 (Aug.) Type 69 “RED CROSS” surcharges, 9mm apart, 1c. + 2c. to 24c. + 2c. set of eleven values in unmounted mint sheets of 100, mainly fine and fresh. S.G. 214-226, S.G. £11,070+. Photo. (Image1) Est. £1,800-2,000

CLOSED
Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.

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