Sale 4057



Lot 6308



Bacon, M.V.O., Edward Denny, with the assistance of James Dunbar Heath, The Line Engraved Postage Stamps of Great Britain, Printed by Perkins, Bacon & Co. A history of their production during the forty years, 1840-1880, mainly compiled from the records of the firm. Two volumes; expected minor cover wear, Rare.
Suggested Bid $350.




Lot 6309



Milner, The Rev. John & Brierly, Oswald W., The Cruise of H.M.S. Galatea, Captain H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh, K.G. in 1867-1868, published by Wm. H. Allen and Co., London, c1869, HB, 487pp + foldout map, some foxing on few pages at front and back of book, cover worn, Fine.
Suggested Bid $300.




Lot 6291



Lyons, Larry, The Identifier For Carriers, Locals, Fakes, Forgeries and Bogus Posts, HB, Vol 1, 1998, 450 parcel post, Vol 2, 1998 459 parcel post, Vol 3, 1998 386 parcel post, addenda 84, appendix 7, the bible on carriers and locals, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Suggested Bid $300.




 
Lot 6032

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1869, 30¢ ultramarine & carmine (Scott 121); nibbed perf at top, two pinpoint thins in grill, otherwise Very Fine to Extremely Fine. Scott $450.
Suggested Bid $250.




Lot 6291



Lyons, Larry, The Identifier For Carriers, Locals, Fakes, Forgeries and Bogus Posts, HB, Vol 1, 1998, 450 parcel post, Vol 2, 1998 459 parcel post, the bible on carriers and locals, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Suggested Bid $200.




 
Lot 6081



1917-19, 1¢-$1 Washington-Franklins, perf 11, complete less 5¢ error (Scott 498-504, 506-518), o.g., generally lightly hinged, fresh bright colors, F.-V.F. Scott $592.
Suggested Bid $200.




 
Lot 6008

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1860, 5¢ brown, type II (Scott 30A), fabulous example, four ample margins, rich color, gorgeous impression, Very Fine. Scott $275.
Suggested Bid $200.




Lot 6318



The Honolulu Advertiser Collection, Vol 1-3. Siegel-Weill's three volume set with introduction and prices realized, in slip case, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $150.




 
Lot 6100



1923, 1¢ and 2¢ rotary coil waste (Scott 578-579), o.g., never hinged, fresh bright colors, F.-V.F. Scott $330.
Suggested Bid $150.




 
Lot 6162

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Revenue, 1862, First Issue, $15 Mortgage, blue, perf'd (Scott R97c), manuscript cancel, deep rich color; couple of short perfs right side, otherwise F.-V.F. Scott $300.
Suggested Bid $150.











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