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British Commonwealth: Country Collections
 
 
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Lot 302
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Great Britain, Beautiful Mint and Used Collection, 1840-2009. In three Davo albums, including much better and iconic material such as two Penny Blacks, 10s Victoria with Maltese Cross watermark (#74), 10s green Queen Victoria with anchor watermark, a perfined £1 Victoria brown with anchor watermark (#92), a £5 orange, £1 brown Victoria, £1 green Edward VII, £1 Postal Union Congress (mint), etc., etc.; later material includes Regionals, booklets, and much, much more face value material, Fine to Very Fine, bid high and rule Britannia.
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
Current Bid$3,500
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Lot 303
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Great Britain, Queen Victoria Specialized Collection, 1841-1900. Neatly mounted on European Maloja pages, containing ten early penny red stamps from seven different "penny black" plates (from plates 1 to 11), 94 different plate numbers of imperforate penny red's from alphabet 1 with the occasional duplicate, plus a page of various numeral Maltese cross cancels, 7 different plate number of imperforate penny red's from alphabet 2, seven of the early Archer experimental perforation 16, mint and used 2p blue with white lines added strips of four, a small group of unsorted die I, alphabet II perforate penny reds, 46 perforate penny reds from die II, alphabet II, approximately 300 different plates from die II, alphabet II or III, 44 half penny reds, plated with watermark varieties of mixed mint and used singles, embossed issues 5-7 and 7 with inverted watermark, then proceeding to the surface printing Victoria issues by denomination and then divided into watermark varieties and finally broken down into plate with a high level of completion up to the 2 shilling value, then proceeding to the large 5 shilling and to pound values including 57, 57a, 74, 91, 93, 96 (3), 108 (2), 108a, 109 (2), 110 (2) and 124. A phenomenal specialized collection for those who wish to build upon a decent Great Britain collection or an even better collection if you wish to collect early platings of early Great Britain Victoria issues., generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Current Bid$2,500
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Lot 304
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Great Britain, Key Stamps, 1840-1910. A stockpage with 10 better cancelled stamps, including a Penny Black on piece, embossed stamps of 1847, #93 (!), 108 (2), 110, 124 and 142; fantastic catalogue value, Fine to Very Fine, a chance to add these iconic stamps to your collection—and perfect for the dealer as well.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Current Bid$2,000
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Lot 305
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Great Britain, Collection, 1840-1934. Neatly mounted on quadrille pages, containing 1 (2), 4 (3) finishing off the page with various 1p reds and 2p blues, 24, 26 (2), 27 (2), 28 (2), 37, 39 (2), 40, 42 (2), 44, 45 (2), 52, 55, 57, 60, 64 (3), 69, 70, 73, 85, 87, 94-95, shilling to £1 Victoria's, Jubilee to 1s, Edward VII to 5s, Sea Horses, 209 and U1 unused, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance, a lovely better than usual quality collection.
Scott $15,000 ++ (Owner's) Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Current Bid$750
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Lot 306
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Great Britain, Collection, 1840-1988. Neatly hinged on home made quadrille pages, containing 1, 7, 13, 14, 24-26, 27-28, 33 (107 different plate numbers), 37-42, 43 (plates 8-9, 11, 14), 45 (plate 6), 49-55, 49 (plates 4-5, 7-10), 51 (plate 9), 54 (plates 4, 5, 7), 57, 58 (10 different plates), 59-60, 60, 61 (all plates), 62 (all plates), 64 (5 plates), 65, 66 (all plates), 67 (13 plates), 68 (3 plates), 69, 71, 73, 82 (all plates), 83 (all plates), 84 (all plates), 86 (all plates), 87 (all plates), 94, 95 mint, 96 mint, 98-107 (several values mint), 108-9, 127-38 (a few values are used), 139-41, 173 mint, 174, 179-81, 222-24, 249-51A (a couple values used), 286-89, 275, 309-312, 371-74, 525-28, a decent postage due section, official's overprints, offices in China 12, offices in Morocco 1-8 and offices in Turkey 8-11 mint. A great specialized collection for those who wish to build upon a decent Great Britain collection and expand upon the early Victoria issues, o.g., some never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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Lot 307
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Great Britain, Collection, 1840-1993. In two KaBe albums with slip cases, containing Scott 1, 4 (four singles and horizontal strip of three), two and a half pages of perf and imperf penny reds plus quantities of some of the other early Victoria's (½¢, 3 halfpence, 2p), better Victoria's from 1860's to 1880's issues to 5/- (with different watermarks) that have such high Scott values, a page of early revenues and stationary cut squares, 94-95, 100 mint, 102-7 mint (a couple with severe pulled perfs), 137-38 mint, sea horses in different watermarks, nice selection of Machins, a stockpage of officials and a couple stock pages of offices, a group of early covers with ten stampless covers, 9 perforated penny reds and a nice 6p Victoria (39?) 1863 folded letter. Well presented collection with high overall Scott value starting at a low opening bid, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 308
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Great Britain, Dealer Stock, 1840-1986. In red dealer "102" card box filled with stamps (approximately 500-600 cards), mostly used to QEII and mixed mint and used after, in Scott order with many higher Scott value stamps including: 1 (2), 4 (2), many high catalog Victoria's including 27 (5), 34 (5), 45 (2), 49 plate 10, 52, 53, 60, 61 (x3 plate 11), 139, etc., o.g., some stamps never hinged, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $750 - 1,000.
Current Bid$375
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Lot 309
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Great Britain, Mint Singles & Booklets, 1924-2000. Fresh clean collection with mint includes 185 & 186 blocks of four, 210-220, 292-308 (3), 309-312 (2), with a binder with over (200) complete booklets from Great Britain and the Channel Islands, and finally a land deed with British stamped revenues, check it out, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 310
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Great Britain and Ireland, Accumulation, 1840-1960's. Group of mini collections, starting with Great Britain classical issues on stock pages and a small group of home made pages with four penny blacks, 5, lots of early Victoria bust issues, Jubilees, Edward VII issues, Sea Horses, Windsor Castle issues, offices and Ireland on quadrille pages, with a few early overprints, nice group with high cumulative Scott value, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$300
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Lot 311
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Great Britain, Specialty Collection, 1841-1942. Mounted on home made quadrille Safe pages in Safe multi-ring binder with slip case, starting with the first issue Victorias starting with 1p reds with various cancels of imperfs, followed by plate varieties and finally a sparse plating group, proceeding to platings of perforated 2p blues, ½p reds, three half pence reds and 1p reds, then immediately jumping to Edward to George VI issues with various shades of definitive issues with several pages of Sea Horses and finally ending with George VI 1930's pound and shilling values color study, a great collection for the specialist, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $500 - 750.
Current Bid$250
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Lot 312
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Great Britain & Channel Islands, Dealer Stock, 1847-1980's. Neatly organized in seven dealer counter books filled with tear sheets, with many great fresh complete sound sets with 2004-2012 Scott values from approximately a dollar to many hundreds of dollars, mostly mint except for the few early classic issues, with many complete commemorative sets, complete booklets and Machins with a few highlights include used: 5, 7, 45 (2), 51, 62 (3), 96, 103, 109, 139, O6, O36, and mint: 286-89 (2), 309-12 and 353c-60a., generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $7,350+ (Owner's) Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Current Bid$500
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