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British and Worldwide Stamps


Great Britain
 
 
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Lot 7001

Great Britain, 1869, Queen Victoria, 2d blue, "thin lines" Plate 19 (Scott 30), o.g., hinged, a fine mint example of this scarce thin line plate 19 stamp with rich color, usual centering, V.G.
SG 46; £375 ($600).
Suggested Bid $100.
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Lot 7002

Great Britain, 1873, Queen Victoria, 1s pale green Plate 13 (Scott 64), o.g., hinged, Spray of Rose watermark, an attractive mint example of this scarce stamp with rich color, appears to be re-perforated at right., F.-V.F.
SG 150; £625 ($1,000).
Suggested Bid $300.
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Lot 7003

Great Britain, 1881, Queen Victoria, 1d lilac, Die II (16 dots) (Scott 89), Imperial Crown watermark, tied on cover by London February 9, 1900 circular datestamp, addressed locally, and containing a manuscript letter written by Sir Edwards, Very Fine.
SG 172.
Suggested Bid $50.
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Lot 7004

Great Britain, 1912, King George V, 4d gray green (Scott 165), Royal Cypher watermark, o.g., never hinged, a nice clean stamp, Very Fine.
SG 379; £15 ($20).
Suggested Bid $20.
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Lot 7005
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Great Britain, 1925, British Empire Exhibition complete (Scott 203-204), a fresh used set having good color and neat cancels, Extremely Fine.
SG 432/3; £100 ($160).
Suggested Bid $70.
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Lot 7006
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Great Britain, 1934, King George V, ½d-2p Sideways Wmks (Scott 210-213), fresh used examples of these four values with sideways watermark (Gibbons #439a, 440c, 441d, 442b) having rich color and neat cancels, Very Fine.
SG 439/442 var.; £105 ($170).
Suggested Bid $80.
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Lot 7007

Great Britain, 1959, Queen Elizabeth II, Phosphor-Graphite Issue, ½d-4½d complete (Scott 317cp-360ap), o.g., never hinged, a superb set of these scarce Phosphor-Graphite stamps with rich colors, Very Fine.
SG 599/609; £85 ($140).
Suggested Bid $65.
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Lot 7008

Great Britain, 1959, Queen Elizabeth II "Castle" high values, De La Rue printing, 2s6d-£1 complete (Scott 371-374 vars.), Crowns watermark, o.g., never hinged, complete set of the scarce 2nd Castles set printed by DLR with bright colors, F.-V.F.
SG 595/8; £230 ($370).
Suggested Bid $150.
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Lot 7009
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Great Britain, 1963, 3d & 1s6d Red Cross, 1965, 1s3d Churchill (Scott 398p.400p & 421p), blocks of 4, scarce, F.-V.F.
SG 642p,644p & 662p; £121 ($190).
Suggested Bid $70.
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Lot 7010

Great Britain, Postage Due, 1937, 5d brownish cinnamon and 5d yellow brown (Scott J23, J23a), E 8 R watermark, o.g., Fine, J23,J23a, J23,J23a.
SG J23, J23a; £130 ($210).
Suggested Bid $80.
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Lot 7011
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Great Britain, Govt. Parcels, 1886, Queen Victoria, 1½d lilac (Scott O27), fresh example and neat parcel cancels, Fine.
SG O61; £70 ($110).
Suggested Bid $40.
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Lot 7012
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Great Britain, Govt. Parcels, 1883, Queen Victoria, 1s orange brown, plate 13 (Scott O30), an attractive used example having good color and usual parcel cancel, two slightly short perfs at top, Fine.
SG O64; £225 ($360).
Suggested Bid $120.
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Lot 7013
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Great Britain, Govt. Parcels, 1902, King Edward VII, 9d dull purple & ultramarine (Scott O42), a fresh used example having good color and parcel cancel, Very Fine.
SG O77; £160 ($260).
Suggested Bid $90.
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Lot 7014
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Great Britain, Office of Works Official, 1902, King Edward VII, 1d scarlet (Scott O50), attractive used example having rich color and a neat 31 October 1902 Liverpool cancel, F.-V.F.
SG O37; £160 ($260).
Suggested Bid $100.
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Lot 7015

Great Britain, Office of Works Official, 1902, King Edward VII, 2d yellowish green & carmine red (Scott O51), fresh used example of this scarce stamp cancelled with neat 27 April 1902 first day of issue cancel, F.-V.F.
SG O38; £400 ($640).
Suggested Bid $250.
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