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Status International Sale - 335

Worldwide Public Auction - September 7, 2017

Auction 335 has 3,869 lots, catering for all types of collectors & dealers - from bulk accumulations and intact collections to desirable single items. This auction offers a huge range of material, with special emphasis on lotting stamps to cater for collectors with varying types of interests and budgets. Items range from $30 to $75,000 so there's something for everybody. This auction offers strong representation of Australia & Colonies, strong British Empire material of all areas & periods, as well as General Foreign including small and large collections. There over 300 lots of Australian Collections (Lots 74-361) and well over 600 lots of World collections (Lots 362-986).

Following on there is over 1000 lots of Australia which consist of singles, sets and covers including Australian colonies (Lots 1015-2108). The Australian lots cover all periods, from the Kangaroo issues up to Decimal and contains numerous number of mint & used £1 & £2 top values - this includes a First Watermark £1 Brown & blue, JBC monogram single. FM. SG 15(var), ACSC 51Azb cat $90,000. Of the JBC monogram there is a strip of 3 in the Royal Coll'n & two mint singles, as well as 3 opt Specimen examples, a total of 6. Every example of this monogram is incomplete being partial due to small sheet margin. In summary, there are only 2 mint singles (not opt Specimen) in existence. 2017 Ceremuga AIEP photo cert(Lot 1071). There are almost 1,800 lots of World stamps, covers and single country collections (Lots 2109-3869) with the British Empire well represented, highlighted by a British Central Africa 1896 Arms £10 black & orange, wmk Crown CC sideways. VF fresh M, beautiful bright colour. SG 41 cat £11,000. Extremely high value. 2008 Brandon photo cert.(Lot 2189). Numerous other European and Asian rarities as well.


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64 Parramatta Road
Forest Lodge NSW 2037
Australia
Phone: 612-9267-4525
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