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Sale 4034

British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History


British Commonwealth
 
 
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Lot 6001
Great Britain, 1681-83, three newspapers, December 14, 1681 and December 12, 1683 issues of The Observator + damaged 1688 Proclamation, rare early newspapers in VF condition.
Suggested Bid $80.
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Lot 6002

Great Britain, 1843, folded letter to Canada, red tombstone "H PAID 26 MY 26 1843" origination mark on folded letter datelined Inglewood Hungerford Berks. adddressed to Quebec, double circle "MORE TO PAY" at top and manuscript "By Mail Steam Packet from Liverpool" at bottom left, carried on the last western voyage of the Columbia which sank on its voyage home; file fold at center slightly breaks paper, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $100.
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Lot 6003

Great Britain, 1861, "Via Southampton", red London split Paid with matching straight line directional marking on 1861 cover addressed to Calcutta India, with contents, F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $70.
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Lot 6004

Great Britain, 1864-67, small selection of British and Bremen Packet depreciated currency handstamps, 7 covers with faulty Bremen (very scarce) and unlisted British "24/56" on stained 1864 folded letter and 5 others, generally F.-V.F.
Suggested Bid $90.
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Lot 6005

Great Britain, c. 1870 (?), wrapper to Guatemala, ½d. canceled with barred "FB" and marked "By French Packet" in purple, rare thus, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Suggested Bid $40.
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Lot 6006

Great Britain,, 1847, Queen Victoria (embossed), 1s pale green (Scott 5), cancelled by #46 in grid, with red Br Packet cds and matching "5/Cents" credit to US, on 1852 folded letter sheet addressed to Rochester NY, personal letter, F.-V.F.
SG 54. Scott $1,100.
Suggested Bid $200.
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Lot 6007
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Great Britain, 1884, Queen Victoria, 10s ultramarine (Scott 109), Anchor watermark, light Registered oval, Ju 27, 95, bright color, an exceptional used example, F.-V.F.
SG 183; £525 ($840). Scott $450.
Suggested Bid $160.
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Lot 6008
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Great Britain, 1900, Queen Victoria, 1s green & carmine (Scott 126), canceled "Field Post Office/British Army-S. Africa", fresh, full color, Very Fine, a rare high value used by the British Forces in Africa during the Boer War.
SG 214; £140+ ($220). Scott $135+.
Suggested Bid $120.
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Lot 6009
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Great Britain, 1902, King Edward VII, 2s6d lilac and 5s bright carmine (Scott 139, 140), De La Rue printing, each with registered cancel, Very Fine.
SG 260, 263. Scott $375.
Suggested Bid $90.
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Lot 6010
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Great Britain, 1934, King George V re-engraved "Seahorse", 5s bright rose red (Scott 223), block of 6, London cds cancels, July 1939, beautifully centered, Very Fine.
SG 451; £510 ($820). Scott $600.
Suggested Bid $160.
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Lot 6011

Great Britain, 1948, King George VI Silver Wedding complete (Scott 267-268), blocks of 4, o.g., never hinged, F.-V.F.
SG 493/4. Scott $201.
Suggested Bid $120.
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Lot 6012

Great Britain, Booklet, 1972, £1 Wedgwood (Scott BK144), composed of four panes, unexploded and interleaving, o.g., never hinged, Extremely Fine.
SG DX1; £75 ($120). Scott $150.
Suggested Bid $40.
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