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The Dimitris Bertsimas Collection of Important Great Britain Stamps and Multiples continued...

King Edward VII and Later Issues
Lot Sym. Lot Description  
3098° nhbl ImageGREAT BRITAIN, 1906, 4p Deep Green & Chocolate Brown, Chalk Surfaced Paper (SG Specialised M24(2); SG 238; Scott 133bc). Block of four, Mint N.H., well-centered, fresh colors, Very Fine, ex Baillie, SG £375 (Image)

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[Get Market Data for Great Britain 133bc ]

E. $ 200-300


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3099° nhbl ImageGREAT BRITAIN, 1906, 5p Slate Purple & Ultramarine, Chalk Surfaced Paper, Flaws on "PO" and "A" (SG Specialised M29(2)i; SG 243a var; Scott 134cd var). Block of four with selvage at left, Mint N.H., bottom left stamp the variety from plate H2, position 11/1, bold colors, Very Fine, ex Baillie, SG as hinged variety and singles £720 (Image)

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[Get Market Data for Great Britain SG 243a ]

E. $ 400-500


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3100° ogbl ImageGREAT BRITAIN, 1911, £1 Deep Green, Somerset Printing (SG Specialised M56; SG 320; Scott 142b). Bottom left corner selvage block of four with "Jubilee" lines, barely hinged, deep rich shade, some light gum wrinkles and minor perf separation

VERY FINE. AN IMPRESSIVE AND HANDSOME CORNER-MARGIN BLOCK OF THE ONE-POUND KING EDWARD VII HIGH VALUE. SELDOM OFFERED IN MULTIPLES.

Ex Dale and Baillie. SG £10,000. (Image)

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[Get Market Data for Great Britain 142b ]

E. $ 5,000-7,500


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3101° nhbl ImageGREAT BRITAIN, 1911, 1p Pale Rose Carmine, 1p Rose Carmine, Booklet Panes, Watermark Inverted (SG Specialised MB6a(4) and MB6a(5); SG 272Wi; Scott 128e var). Two Mint N.H. booklet panes of six with selvage at left, fresh colors with slightly differing shades, Very Fine, ex Baillie, SG as hinged £500 (Image)

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[Get Market Data for Great Britain SG 272Wi ]

E. $ 300-400


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3102° nhbl ImageGREAT BRITAIN, 1924, 1-1/2p Chestnut, Experimental Paper (SG Specialised N35(4)b; SG 420g; Scott 189 var). Block of four, Mint N.H., excellent color, fresh and Very Fine, a scarce variety printed on experimental Waterlow paper with slightly differing watermark, ex Baillie, SG as singles £640 (Image)

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E. $ 300-400


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3103° nhbl ImageGREAT BRITAIN, 1924, 9p Olive Green, Watermark Inverted (SG Specialised N43(1)a; SG 427Wi; Scott 198 var). Block of four, Mint N.H., bright color on fresh paper, Very Fine, ex Baillie, SG as singles £700 (Image)

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E. $ 300-400


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3104° ogbl ImageGREAT BRITAIN, 1935, 1sh Deep Fawn Brown, Harrison Printing (SG Specialised N45(5); SG 429 var; Scott 200 var). Bottom left corner selvage control no. W35 block of six, positions 2 and 3 lightly hinged, others Mint N.H., fresh and Very Fine, ex Baillie, SG as singles £1,300 (Image)

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E. $ 500-750


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3105° ogbl ImageGREAT BRITAIN, 1918, 2sh6p Reddish Brown, Bradbury Wilkinson Seahorse (SG Specialised N65(4); SG 415; Scott 179b). Bottom right corner selvage block of four, top stamp minor h.r., bottom stamps Mint N.H., wide margins, rich color, one stamp with minor wrinkle and another with minor thin from hinge removal, Very Fine appearance, ex Baillie, SG as singles £970 (Image)

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[Get Market Data for Great Britain 179b ]

E. $ 400-500


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3106° ogbl ImageGREAT BRITAIN, 1913, £1 Green Waterlow Seahorse (SG Specialised N72(1); SG 403; Scott 176). Block of four, top stamps lightly hinged, bottom stamps Mint N.H., huge margins with outstanding centering, bold color and sharp impression on fresh paper, top left stamp with minute thin from hinge removal

EXTREMELY FINE. A SUPERB AND CENTERED BLOCK OF THE ONE-POUND SEAHORSE FROM THE WATERLOW PRINTING. A RARE MULTIPLE.

Ex Baillie. SG as singles £16,600. (Image)

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[Get Market Data for Great Britain 176 ]

E. $ 7,500-10,000


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3107° ogbl ImageGREAT BRITAIN, 1934, 2sh6p-10sh Waterlow Seahorses (SG Specialised N73-N75; SG 450-452; Scott 222-224). Blocks of four, 2sh6p Mint N.H. bottom right corner selvage (hinged in selvage only), 5sh and 10sh with selvage at right, one stamp lightly hinged, others Mint N.H., wonderfully well-centered throughout, brilliant colors

EXTREMELY FINE SET OF BLOCKS OF THE DESIRABLE KING GEORGE V SEAHORSES FROM THE WATERLOW PRINTING.

Ex Barton. SG as singles £4,105. (Image)

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[Get Market Data for Great Britain 222-224 ]

E. $ 3,000-4,000


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3108° nh ImageGREAT BRITAIN, 1935, 2-1/2p Prussian Blue, Error of Color, Silver Jubilee (SG Specialised NCom 14; SG 456a; Scott 229a). Mint N.H., intensely rich color in this distinctive shade

VERY FINE. ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR AND ICONIC BRITISH 20TH CENTURY COLOR ERRORS. PARTICULARLY SCARCE IN NEVER-HINGED CONDITION.

It was thought for many years that this was technically a color trial that was accidentally released into circulation. That theory has since been proven wrong, as the stamps were printed in a slightly larger size, indicating that this is a true error of color. Four sheets of this error were released between June 25 and July 4, 1935, three of which are known to have originated at the Upper Edmonton Post Office, totaling 480 stamps. The original discoverer is thought to have used many of them on mail as souvenirs to friends and colleagues. It is believed that less than half of those issued are still in existence.

Ex Baillie. With 2005 B.P.A. certificate. SG £18,500. Scott $18,500.00. (Image)

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[Get Market Data for Great Britain 229a ]

E. $ 7,500-10,000


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