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Nepal continued...

Second Period Printings, 1886 to 1898, on Native Paper continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
140 image9P, 1886 4a Green, Pin-perforated, single tied to May 1898 registered cover by Dhankuta barred circle cancel, two 1a blue imperforate singles (#7) on reverse complete the 6a rate (1a postage + 5a registry), an attractive and rare cover with fewer than five reported uses of the pin-perforated 4a on cover, ex-Fuchs (Image 1)

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1,000

SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:04 PM
141 image9, 1886 4a Green, single used alongside three 1a Blue singles (#7, at least one showing clear pin-perforations), each 1a stamp showing a distinct shade, all tied by bold Dhankua barred circle cancels to November 1898 double weight registered cover (2a postage + 5a registry), matching dispatch postmark also on reverse of cover, a rare and desirable cover, ex-Moss, Singer and illustrated in Singer p.91, 2011 Flack certificate (Image 1) (Image 2)

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1,200

SOLD for $1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:05 PM
142 image9, 1886 4a Green, single used alongside 2a Grey violet on April 1890 registered cover to Kathmandu, stamps tied by bold Bhojpur barred circle cancel, 6a franking pays 1a postage + 5a registry, both stamps bright and vibrant, a very rare franking, ex-Hellrigl (Image 1) (Image 2)

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1,000

SOLD for $1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:06 PM
143 image7-8, 1a-2a Second Period Printings, each stamp with Udaipur pen cancel (initial between parallel lines mimics classic period handstamps), both pretty shades, an interesting pair as manuscript cancels are exceedingly rare from Nepal (Image 1)

200

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:07 PM
144 image7-9, 1a-4a Second Period Printings, one each 1a, 2a, and 4a with seal cancels, as well as 2a tied to piece by Tatapani customs seal; all seal cancels are uncommon to rare on stamps of Nepal, an attractive set (Image 1)

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200

SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:08 PM
145 image7-9, 1a-4a Second Period Printings, complete set tied by bold Kalaiya circular cancels to 1893 cover, late impressions (somewhat blurred), 7a pays the unusual registered rate with acknowledgment of receipt ("Pahucha Pahune" endorsement on reverse), Very Fine, an exceptionally scarce exhibition piece with fewer than five covers known with the entire second printing, ex-Hellrigl (Image 1) (Image 2)

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1,800

SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:09 PM
146 Second Period Printings Mint and Used Stamp Balance, 55 items neatly mounted and written up on exhibit pages, all identified by shades, cancels, positional pieces, and settings; highlights too numerous to mention but note used tête-bêche strips of 3 of all three values, 2a used error of color in both dark blue and blue, 2a "ragged cliche" used (one of six known), 4a setting 8 complete sheet, and large used multiples of the 4a (presumably from parcel wrappers); an attractive group sure to please the specialist, many items ex-Singer, Gupta, Bates, Hellrigl, and others

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3,000

SOLD for $9,500.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:11 PM
147 Second Period Printings Cover Balance, 11 covers neatly annotated by owner, including 1a covers with Taulihawa and Banke post office seal cancels, 1a with only recorded example of Jaleswar split box postmark, and 4a used with two 1a stamps to pay registry rate; a variety of different shades and postmarks represented, a wonderful opportunity for the student in this area, several items ex-Singer

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2,000

SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:11 PM
Third Period Printings, 1898 to 1907, on Poor Native Paper
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
148 image10P, 1898 1a Blue, Pin-perforated, mint pin-perforated right margin block of 6 in a pretty pale blue shade, from the rare setting 23, positions B6-8/C6-8 showing dramatic recut at bottom right (C8) and double tête-bêche with the middle stamp in each row inverted (B7 and C7), small piece out at left, rare with only this block and one sheet known from setting 23, ex-Singer and illustrated in Singer p.65 (Image 1)

1,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:12 PM
149 10, 1898 1a Blue, 10 stamps and 6 tête-bêche pairs all showing position C8 (cliche 24), which was the first cliche to be cleaned and recut when setting 19 went to press in 1898; neatly mounted and written up on exhibit page, includes 3 mint and 7 used singles (1 on piece), as well as three mint pin-perforated pairs and three imperforate pairs (2 used, 1 mint), all pairs with position C7 inverted at left, demonstrating a huge variety of shades and quality of impression, an interesting lot for the student

500

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:12 PM
150 image10, 1898 1a Blue, vertical strip of four (positions A8/D8) from setting 19, showing the recut in position C8 (cliche 24, the only such recut in the entire sheet), stamps cancelled by barred circle, large margins all around, a dramatic and eye-catching piece (Image 1)

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100

SOLD for $270.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:13 PM
151 image10, 1898 1a Blue, used block of 8 from setting 24 with Bhagwanpur cancels, positions A3-6/B3-6 with inverted cliche at bottom left (B3), somewhat faint and indistinct impression, the only known postal use from this setting, a rare item for the specialist, ex-Hepper and Singer, illustrated in Singer p.65 (Image 1)

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100

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:14 PM
152 image10, 1898 1a Blue, pair of covers, both sent from the Nepalese Kerong Court in Tibet, mail from Kerong was carried by private messenger to the border town of Rasuwa where it then entered the Nepal postal system, stamps in distinctly different shades (described by Hellrigl as "grey-green" and "light blue"), both tied by Rasuwa seal cancel, a scarce and attractive pair, both ex-Hellrigl (Image 1)

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500

SOLD for $1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:16 PM
153 image10, 1898 1a Blue, single in pretty deep blue shade on February 1898 cover to Kathmandu, tied by Dhulikel barred circle cancel, only three covers known with this cancel (Image 1) (Image 2)

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200

SOLD for $240.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:17 PM
154 image10b, 1898 1a Green, Error of color, single in striking green color without a tinge of blue, this is the discovery (and so far unique) example that led to a separate catalogue listing, clearly distinct from the Bluish green shades of this stamp, its color matches exactly the ink of the 4a value, bold barred circle cancel, minor thin, after over 100 years this is the only known example of what appears to be a true error of color (Image 1)

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300

SOLD for $1,050.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:19 PM
155 image11, 1898 2a Grey violet, upper left corner block of 4 in a vibrant lilac shade, positions A1 and B1 inverted forming a double tête-bêche, scarce and attractive (Image 1)

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250

SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:20 PM
156 image11P, 1898 2a Grey violet, Pin-perforated, upper left margin block of 4 from setting 14, perforations notably doubled both vertically (at left) and horizontally (between stamps), pretty deep shade, some light spotting primarily in margin, the sole example of a double perforation error in the entirety of classic Nepal, ex-Hellrigl (Image 1)

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200

SOLD for $850.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:22 PM
157 image11P, 1898 2a Grey violet, Pin-perforated, upper left margin block of 4 from setting 13, displaying sheet frame lines and marginal inscription, Very Fine, third period 2a stamps with pin-perforations are substantially scarcer than their 1a and 4a counterparts, an interesting piece, ex-Hellrigl (Image 1)

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200

SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:23 PM
158 image11, 1898 2a Grey violet, mint lower-left margin block of 18 from setting 15 (positions F1-6/H1-6), sharp impression, dented frameline cliche in position G5; this block was the proving piece for Hellrigl's setting 15 in 1984, which has very thin sheet framelines and no marginal inscriptions; largest known multiple of this setting, ex-Hellrigl (Image 1)

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300

SOLD for $3,250.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:28 PM
159 image11, 1898 2a Grey violet, mint lefthand partial sheet of 35 from setting 20 with gripper marks at foot, inverted cliches at B1 and C3, pretty lilac shade, a scarce and attractive large multiple, ex-Hellrigl (Image 1)

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300

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 02:29 PM

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