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Nepal continued...

Recut One Anna Printings, 1903 to 1907, on Native Paper continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
200 image15, 1903 1a Grey blue, Recut on native paper, somewhat "dry" printing tied by Dhulikel barred circle cancel to August 1908 cover, ever so slightly reduced at left, a neat and attractive cover, three reported covers with this cancel (Image 1) (Image 2)

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400

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:13 PM
201 image15, 1903 1a Grey blue, Recut on native paper, somewhat "dry" printing tied by Chautara barred circle cancel to August 1907 cover, Very Fine, a clean and appealing cover, three reported covers with this cancel, ex-Hellrigl (Image 1) (Image 2)

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400

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:13 PM
202 image15, 1903 1a Grey blue, Recut on native paper, single on May 1910 cover, tied by non-standard Ilam negative postmark used as cancel, somewhat blurred impression in a pretty shade, an attractive and scarce use of this marking as a killer (Image 1) (Image 2)

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400

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:13 PM
203 image15, 1903 1a Grey blue, Recut on native paper, bold single with sharp impression, tied by Tatapani seal cancel on March 1908 cover from Kuti Court in Tibet (via Tatapani and Chautara to Kathmandu), appropriate transit and arrival markings on reverse; Nepal administered a court in Kuti, Tibet, from which mail was carried by messenger to the border town of Tatapani, where it entered the Nepalese postal system; a very rare use of Nepalese stamps on a cover originating outside of the country, illustrated in Singer p.129 (Image 1) (Image 2)

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350

SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:15 PM
204 image15, 1903 1a Grey blue, Recut on native paper, single in a dark greyish shade, on June 1905 cover from Dahaban to Kathmandu, tied by postmark usually hand-dated as a dispatch marking but here used as a killer, a scarce cover (Image 1) (Image 2)

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250

SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:15 PM
205 image15, 1903 1a Grey blue, Recut on native paper, "damaged cliche" (position H8) on May 1908 cover to Kathmandu, tied by Sindhuli postmark (typically hand-dated and used as dispatch mark, here used as killer), pretty blue shade, the only reported single franking of this cliche, ex-Hellrigl (Image 1) (Image 2)

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250

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:15 PM
206 image15, 1903 1a Grey blue, Recut on native paper, single in a beautiful deep blue shade, tied to August 1907 cover by Chitwan negative postmark (typically used as dispatch mark, here used as killer), a scarce cover (Image 1) (Image 2)

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250

SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:16 PM
207 image15, 1903 1a Grey blue, Recut on native paper, vertical pair on double weight April 1903 cover from Palpa to Gorka, tied by square barred Palpa cancel, appropriate dispatch and receiving marks on reverse, stamps a pretty bluish shade, an attractive double rate cover (Image 1) (Image 2)

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200

SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:18 PM
208 image15, 1903 1a Dark grey, Recut on native paper, single on October 1905 cover from Birganj to Kathmandu, tied by non-standard Birganj negative circle cancel, stamp is a distinctive dark grey shade with hardly a trace of blue, a striking cover, ex-Hellrigl who noted, "unrecorded shade of greatest rarity" (Image 1) (Image 2)

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200

SOLD for $200.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:18 PM
209 image15, 1903 1a Light grey, Recut on native paper, single tied by Kathmandu octagon on August 1905 cover to Kuti Court in Tibet, stamp in a distinctive light grey shade without a trace of blue (described by Hellrigl as an "unrecorded shadeof greatest rarity); mail to the Nepalese Kuti Court in Tibet was sent by post to the border town of Tatapani, where it was then carried by messenger to Kuti; cover combines a foreign destination (Tibet) with a rare shade (light grey), making this a rare and desirable piece (Image 1) (Image 2)

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200

SOLD for $220.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:19 PM
210 image15, 1903 1a Grey blue, Recut on native paper, early use of recut setting 26, single tied to June 1902 cover by Bhagwanpur barred circle cancel (also with Bhagwanpur dispatch mark and Ridi transit mark), an attractive single weight cover (Image 1) (Image 2)

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100

SOLD for $110.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:20 PM
Telegraphic Period, 1917 to 1930
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
211 image11T, 1903 2a Grey violet, Released in 1917, complete sheet of 56 with Birganj telegraphic cancel, 4 inverted cliches; a few sheets from the 2a setting 20 (printed between 1905-06) were stored in the Treasury for a decade (after the classic postal issues were replaced) and pressed into service in 1917 upon the introduction of the telegraph system, ex-Gupta (Image 1)

500

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:20 PM
212 image13T, 1899 ½a Black, Released in 1917, horizontal tête-bêche pair and block of 18, both with Birganj telegraphic cancels; a few sheets from the ½a setting 5 (printed between 1906-07) were stored in the Treasury for a decade (after the classic postal issues were replaced) and pressed into service in 1917 upon the introduction of the telegraph system; these two items are the proving pieces for the so-called "stored sheets," a rare pair of items (Image 1)

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300

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:21 PM
213 15T, 1903 1a Grey blue, Released in 1917, complete sheet of 64 with Birganj telegraphic cancel, pretty grey blue shade, 11 inverted cliches; a few sheets from the 1a setting 27 (printed between 1903-07) were stored in the Treasury for a decade (after the classic postal issues were replaced) and pressed into service in 1917 upon the introduction of the telegraph system, a rare specialty item

500

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:21 PM
214 image16, 1917 ½a Orange, horizontal tête-bêche pair (#16a, positions A7-8) with upper right sheet margin, bold and attractive color; a great rarity of Nepal with only four unused tête-bêche pairs known (one being contained in the half-sheet), 1996 Holcombe certificate (Image 1)

5,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:21 PM
215 image16, 1917 ½a Orange, block of 4 (positions C2-3/D2-3) from discovery sheet, vivid color, trivial stain at bottom (proving that this block was once attached to the surviving half-sheet) and scissor cut between top two stamps, a wonderful mint multiple of this rare stamp, ex-O'Sullivan, Singer, Hellrigl (Image 1)

2,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:22 PM
216 image16, 1917 ½a Orange, lower half-sheet of 32 stamps (positions E1-8/H1-8) including inverted cliche at position H1 (#16a, bottom left corner), from the discovery sheet found by O'Sullivan in 1921, minor trivial staining, the largest known multiple of this stamp (representing about a third of the 100 or so known mint examples) and only 4 mint tête-bêche pairs known (including a pair in this sale), one of the most famous philatelic items from Nepal, ex-O'Sullivan, Watts, Dawson, and Hellrigl (Image 1)

10,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:22 PM
217 image16, 1917 ½a Orange, set of three tête-bêche pairs showing all three inverted cliches in setting 6 (positions A6/B6, A7-8, and G1/H1), all with bright color and full margins, a rare and remarkable group, with only 8 used tête-bêche pairs known this lot represents almost half of the population, one pair w/ 1984 Hellrigl certificate, another w/ 2010 Flack certificate (Image 1)

4,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:22 PM
218 image16, 1917 ½a Orange, block of four on typical thin native paper (positions A2-3/B2-3), bold and striking color, Birganj telegraph cancel, a scarce item with very few blocks known, 2010 Flack certificate (Image 1)

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400

SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:22 PM
219 image16, 1917 ½a Orange, block of 12 on typical thin native paper (positions F3-5/H3-5), bold and vivid impression, Birganj telegraph cancel, most used blocks of this stamp are blocks of 4, making this unusual and desirable (Image 1)

1,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction before Apr-30, 03:23 PM

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