Sale 4086

Lot 9404


Great Britain, 1882, Queen Victoria, £5 orange (Scott 93), cancelled by large, rectangular "GPO" killer, a nicely centered example, a splendid example of this exceptionally scarce issue; some slight and modest facial soiling, otherwise F.-V.F.
SG 137; £4,750 ($7,600). Scott $5,000.
Suggested Bid $2,000.

Lot 9111

1908, 5¢ blue, imperf (Scott 315), block of 4 with vertical guideline, o.g., lightly hinged, fresh and sharp with rich color, Very Fine to Extremely Fine. Scott $1,450.
Suggested Bid $1,400.

Lot 9037


1867, 2¢ black, D. grill (Scott 84), unused without gum, decent example of this rarely offered stamp, centered to the bottom left as almost always, with excellent rich color; lightly soiled, small thin spot, and small corner crease and tiny tear at bottom left, V.G., 2013 P.F. certificate. Scott $6,500.
Suggested Bid $800.

Lot 9051


1869, 90¢ carmine & black (Scott 122), scarce red cancellation at bottom of stamp, extremely attractive top value of the 1869 Pictirials with an elusive colored cancel, a $1,000 premium for the red cancel which is quite scarce, quite fresh and attractive stamp in faultless condition, Fine. Scott $3,100.
Suggested Bid $750.

Lot 9697

Italian States: Tuscany, 1860, 5c olive green (Scott 18a), large part o.g.; cut in on two sides and lightly stained, but otherwise sound and V.G., 2004 Raybaudi certificate. Scott $18,000.
Suggested Bid $750.

Lot 9110

1908, 5¢ blue, imperf (Scott 315), horizontal pair, o.g., lightly hinged, fresh and sharp, wide, even margins, select example, Extremely Fine. Scott $725.
Suggested Bid $600.

Lot 9685


Germany: Saar, Airmail, 1948, Flood 25fr souvenir sheet (Scott CB1a), neat Saarbrucken 28/12/48 CDS cancelation, Extremely Fine, P.F. certificate. Scott $2,000.
Suggested Bid $600.

Lot 9694


Iceland, 1873, 8sk brown (Scott 3), an attractive used example of this scarce stamp with rich color, usual centering, light cancelation, Fine.
Michel 4A. Facit 3. Scott $1,400.
Suggested Bid $600.

Lot 9466

British Guiana, 1881, Provisional Surcharge, 1¢ on 12¢ brownish purple (Scott 96), o.g., hinged, Fine.
SG 153; £140 ($220).
Suggested Bid $550.

Lot 9004


1847, 10¢ black, "harelip" variety (Scott 2 var.), position 57L1, desirable red cancellation, attractive example of this impressive variety, with deep color; small thin spot, V.G.-Fine, 2000 P.S.E. certificate. Scott $3,500.
Suggested Bid $500.

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