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Sale 5135

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Stamps and Postal History
including Material from the Langs Stock


Great Britain




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Lot 5876
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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 $110
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Lot 5877

Great Britain, 1902, King Edward VII, De La Rue printing, 9d dull purple & ultramarine (Scott 136), used with a 2½d on a 1d+2d Registered envelope canceled with Charing Cross W.C. Registered ovals, Sep 28, 1905; to Hamburg, Germany and bottom stamp the next day, sealed with two intact red wax seals, F.-V.F.
SG 250; £250 ($320). Scott $210 .
Suggested Bid $90
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Lot 5878

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 $40
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Lot 5879

Great Britain, c1910 Biplane Over The Palace Pier Brighton, unposted, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $10
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Lot 5880

Great Britain, Local Taxi Service Express Delivery Stamps, sheetlet of four, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $5
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