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Great Britain




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Lot 5652

Great Britain, 1840, Mulready Envelope, 1d black (Scott U1), Stereo A176; light natural paper wrinkle, F.-V.F.
SG £350 ($450). Scott $360 .
Suggested Bid $160
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Lot 5653
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Great Britain, 1840, 2d blue (Scott 2), V.G.-Fine.
SG 5. Scott $700 .
Suggested Bid $120
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Lot 5654

Great Britain, 1856, 1d red brown, Large Crown watermark, perf 14 (Scott 20b), o.g., lightly hinged, position BI; pretty color and crisp detail; some light oxidation, F.-V.F.
SG 37. Scott $2,000 .
Suggested Bid $180
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Lot 5655
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Great Britain, 1882, Queen Victoria, 5s rose on bluish paper, Anchor watermark (Scott 90), nicely centered and neatly canceled Kensington B.O., Aug 21, 1888; somewhat soiled with a nibbed lower right corner perf, otherwise Very Fine.
SG 130; £4,800 ($6,200). Scott $5,000 .
Suggested Bid $225
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Lot 5656

Great Britain, 1867, Queen Victoria, 5s rose, Maltese Cross watermark (SG 126), plate 1, o.g., lightly hinged, bright and fresh; average centering, V.G.-Fine. A very rare stamp, especially with original gum.
Scott 57; $11,000. SG £11,000 ($14,200) .
Suggested Bid $950
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Lot 5657

Great Britain, 1935, King George V (photogravure), 4d deep gray green, First Day Cover (Scott 216), a crisp item, the 4d tied by wavy-line London W.C. 2 Dec 1935 split-ring dater; addressed locally with "First day use of new stamp" typed at upper left, Very Fine, a scarce item.
SG 445.
Suggested Bid $90
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Lot 5658

Great Britain, c1910 Biplane Over The Palace Pier Brighton, unposted, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $16
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Lot 5659

Great Britain, 1903 (Oct 15), Compulsory Registration, Leeds to Willington, crossed blue lines, black "R" in oval & "4d/447" black postage due marking for collection of registry fee because of inclusion of coin, as explained on label (Caution/M.-No.56.) on the back, all placed in Leeds; forwarded on arrival, appropriate transit markings, closed tear at top, a very scarce cover, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $150
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Lot 5660

Great Britain, 1936 (Aug 27), Compulsory Registration, Dover to Brighton, crossed blue lines, registry label & "6d/to pay/132", paid with pair of 3d. (J5), black postage due marking for collection of registry fee because of inclusion of coin, as explained on label Post Office on the back, all placed in Brighton, mild soiling, a very scarce cover, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $100
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Lot 5661

Great Britain, 1980, £3 Wedgwood booklet (Scott BK145), o.g., never hinged, Very Fine. Scott $20 .
Suggested Bid $8
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Lot 5662

Great Britain, Local Taxi Service Express Delivery Stamps, sheetlet of four, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $8
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