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Sale 5052

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Great Britain
 
 
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Lot 10579

Great Britain, 1839 (Oct 24), from Holyhead to London Coffee House, contents concerning spectacles being sent in a "small parcel" in the morning mail, coffee houses often acted as a poste restante, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Suggested Bid $50
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Realized $26.
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Lot 10580
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Great Britain, 1840, 1d black (Scott 1), plate 6, PC, clear to large margins, red Maltese cross cancel; tiny thin spot, F.-V.F. appearance.
SG 2; £375 ($480). Scott $320 .
Suggested Bid $100
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Realized $60.
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Lot 10581

Great Britain, 1864, 1d rose red, letters in all four corners (Scott 33), strip of 4, plate 86, o.g., Fine.
SG 43.
Suggested Bid $100
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Realized $50.
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Lot 10582
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Great Britain, 1877, Queen Victoria, 4d sage green & 8d orange, overprinted Specimen type 9 (SG 153s, 156s), Large Garter watermark, 4d o.g., 8d regummed; 4d (plate 16) with tiny natural paper inclusion, 8d with lower left corner perf repaired, otherwise F.-V.F.
Scott 70S, 73S. S.G. Spec. J65s, J91As; £700 ($900).
Suggested Bid $100
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Realized $60.
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Lot 10583

Great Britain, 1883, Queen Victoria, 2s6d lilac on white paper, Anchor watermark (SG 178), o.g., fresh and well centered; somewhat heavy horizontal "bend" above the left "2/6", otherwise Very Fine.
Scott 96; $625. SG £600 ($780) .
Suggested Bid $100
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Realized $50.
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Lot 10584
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Great Britain, 1884, Queen Victoria, 5s rose on white paper, Anchor watermark (SG 180), canceled large Liverpool double circle datestamp, Oct 19, 1895, fresh and bright, F.-V.F.
Scott 108; $225. SG £250 ($320) .
Suggested Bid $50
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Realized $26.
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Lot 10585
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Great Britain, 1902, King Edward VII, De La Rue printing, 5s deep bright carmine (SG 264), canceled London "E.C." c.d.s., Nov 13, 1896, bright and fresh, F.-V.F.
Scott 140a; $225. SG £220 ($280) .
Suggested Bid $80
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Realized $40.
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Lot 10586
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Great Britain, 1902, King Edward VII, De La Rue printing, 10s ultramarine (SG 265), canceled illegible Registered oval with bits of red transit markings, fresh and well centered, Very Fine.
Scott 141; $525. SG £500 ($650) .
Suggested Bid $100
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Realized $55.
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Lot 10587

Great Britain, 1974, Queen Elizabeth II, 4½d grayish blue (Scott MH49), booklet pane of 5, cream tinted phosphor with the low value setting, cylinder B7, o.g., never hinged; clipped perfs on lower edge, otherwise Very Fine, a rare pane.
SG UB46a.
Suggested Bid $80
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Realized $40.
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Lot 10588
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Great Britain, 1978, 25th Anniversary of Coronation Issue, artwork for souvenir booklet, eight items of artwork, mockups or proofs for the sheetlet used in the souvenir booklet as well as a booklet, corner margin blocks of 6 and a useful array of 12 first day covers. An interesting Very Fine specialist lot, save a little time to view.
Scott 835-838.
Suggested Bid $250
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Realized $200.
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Lot 10589

Great Britain, 1891, Queen Victoria, £1 green (SG 212), a pretty mint single with exceptional color, o.g., hinge remnant; light vertical natural paper crease at left end, F.-V.F. appearance.
Scott 124; $4,000. SG £4,000 ($5,160) .
Suggested Bid $1,300
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Realized $650.
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Lot 10590
Great Britain, 1913-51, aviation vignettes, 14 interesting group of 14 items including rare Olympia Aero show, 2 needle labels & 1952 show entry card, inspect, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Suggested Bid $50
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Realized $30.
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Lot 10591
Great Britain, 1930, "Aeroplane Series" from Player's cigarettes, full set of 50 with gold borders, lovely & unusual.
Suggested Bid $50
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Realized $26.
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Lot 10592
Great Britain, 1920-40s, air baggage labels, 25 labels including rare early Handley Page & other small airlines, examine, Very Fine to Extremely Fine.
Suggested Bid $120
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Realized $70.
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