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Great Britain




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Lot 269
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Great Britain, A Comprehensive Massive Inventory, 1841-2018. Comprised of about 4000 "102" size sales cards, all neatly mounted stamps, housed in seven long drawers is one of the finest and most diverse and complete stocks of Great Britain that we have had the pleasure to offer. The first box contains a strong section of 19th century mainly used with reasonable quantities of $50 to $400 Scott value stamps. We note used seahorses, and from 1910 both mint and used sets and singles. Box 2 begins with Scott 298 through 1034 mainly mint NH better phosphor sets, booklet panes, reasonable about 1-5 sets or singles of each. Box 3 is similar and runs from Scott 1035 through 1766 and is all mint NH. Box 4 from Scott 1776 through 3844 with postage dues from J1 through J39 with J1-J7 and J9-J17 used, mint J19-J24 (2), J34-J38 (3), J39 (23 NH). Box 5 continues with postage dues including J50 (12 NH), J51 (NH), J68-J73 (2 NH), J74-J75 (6 NH), J79-J91 (2 NH) followed by a group of Officials mainly used ranging from $20 to $200 Scott value, next a decent section of mint NH Machin issues, then mint issues from Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England followed Offices in Morocco, Tangier and Turkey mainly mint with better singles and sets. Six of the seven boxes are primarily mint with the last two boxes comprised of a stock of complete booklets purchased as new issues over decades, from 1951 to date mainly all NH with much Face Value. As usual the 19th century is mixed but conservatively counted, Scott is over $85,000, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 21.8 lbs.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,003.
Realized $6,500.
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Lot 270
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Great Britain, a Solid High End Stock With Strong Back-of-the-Book, 1840-1993. Carefully accumulated over many decades a higher end inventory loaded with better items most over $50, each with decent 19th as well as much mint 20th century, including a strong mint NH section of Postage Dues. Housed neatly on several hundred black sales cards this inventory will break down for resale online or elsewhere. The value is concentrated in only better higher values and fits into one medium box, no massive quantities. Used highlights include: 1 (2), 2, 22, 25, 26 (2), 27 (4), 28 (3), 32 (7), 34 (5), 37, 39 (2), 40, 42, 43 (8), 44-46, 45 (5), 46, 48-50, 51 (2), 52, 53, 54 (3), 55 (4), 57, 59 (3), 60 (3), 62 (3), 64 (2), 65, 66 (2), 67 (9), 69-71, 70, 73 (3), 78-87, 81 (3), 83, 84, 85 (3), 87, 90a, 94 (3), 95 (2), 96 (2), 102 (3), 103 (2), 104 (2), 105-106, 107 (2), 108 (2), 109 (4), 111-122, 122 (4), 125, 126 (3), 136 (3), 137, 138a (2), 139 (4), 140 (3), 141 (2), 173, 174, 179-181 (2), 179 (6), 181. Mint includes; 3, 14, 32, 51, 54, 84, 113-114, 120, 130-133, 135-136, 138a, 144-145, 159-172, 203-204 (2), 235a-239a (4), 259a + 261a-262a (12), 267-268 (3), 286-289 (8), 292-308 (9 NH), 309-312 (2), 317-333 (5), 331 (3 NH), 353c-360a (2 NH), 356cp-360cp NH. Nice selection of phosphor sets, J34-J38 (7 NH), J39-J44 (4 NH plus 2 OG sets), J55-J67, J92-J112 NH, Officials used; O29 (3), O31-O36, O43 mint, O41 and O61 block of four. Followed by group of Pound value Machins, Offices in East Africa 21-31 blocks of four NH, J1-J5, Tangier 592-611 (4 NH sets of blocks), a selection of Great Britain booklets. Altogether a very useful inventory, carefully cataloged by Scott 2020. Obvious defective are not counted in Scott value, some mixed condition on early material and also much F-VF and later includes unmounted sets as well as OG, Scott $62,495, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 6.6 lbs.
Estimate $7,500 - 10,000.
Realized $6,750.
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Lot 271
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Great Britain, Outstanding Collection, 1840-1970. Housed in a Stanley Gibbons Windsor album; includes a superb range of higher quality classics beginning with 1-2 (five of each, several choice); later 1p imperf pairs, blocks, "cameo heads"; 1p Mulready, 1 mint, 3 used; 2p Mulready mint; extensive plate # penny reds, lovely embossed issue, #5 (4), 6, 7 (5, including a pair), lovely surface print issues by plate numbers; #44 block of 12 o.g., reinforced (catalog value $28,200); 57 (3), 57 plate 2, 75, plus the occasional better mint example, like #96 and 108, with used high values including 96 (8), 108 (6), 109 (3), 110 (2), 124 plus 111-22 mint shades; wonderful KEVII with #127-41 mint, 142 mint and used, plus used 139 (4), 140 (2); solid KGV with good seahorses, including #176 used, plus 2 mint sets of 222-224 to early QEII; includes strong postage dues and officials; great lot! generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.4 lbs.
Estimate $6,000 - 8,000.
Realized $12,000.
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Lot 272
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Great Britain, Predominantly Used Extensive Balance of a Specialized Collection, 1840-1972. Notable for multiples, with cancellation interest, and covers interspersed throughout, commencing with 1840 Mulready 1d black letter sheet "A22" unused and two used from Torquay (1840) to Dublin and from London (1841) to Rochester respectively, and 2p part letter sheet from London (1847) to Edinburgh which is damaged, then by Scott numbers (with quantities listed in parenthesis), including #1 used (20) with plate 11 and used (5) on cover, #2 plate 2, all mostly 2 or 3 margin examples, #3 black plates (44) with plate 9 strip of six on 1841 letter sheet from Bridgenorth to Hereford, and plates 12-131 (approximately. 900) with single, unused, o.g., and pair with ivory head, unused, o.g., glazed gum, Maltese cross numbers 1-12 complete, plate 22 block of four on cover, #4 (approximately. 300) with pair canceled by "6" in Maltese cross, strips of three (7, one with marginal imprint), four and six, and pair on cover, #5 pair, #6 (3), #7 (3), #29 (110, with nine from plate 12), #30 (110), #22 (2), #24, #26 (7), #27 (14), #28 (5), #32 (44), #33 (approximately. 3,700) with plate number corner imprint block of six from plate 184, unused, plates 171-225 (except plate 77), complete reconstruction of plate 78 and another reconstruction of plate 72 missing only two corner letters, #34 (8), #37 (3), #39 (4), #40 (4), #42 (3), #43 (26, with a cover), #44 (7, with a vertical pair), #45 (18, with two double franked covers to New York), #48 (10, with block of four), #49 (33, with seven covers), #50 or 51 (36, with five covers, one to Malta), #52 (5, with a pair), #53 (2), #54 (20), #55 (9, with a pair), #57 (3), #58 (250, with five covers), #59 (10), #61 (54), #62 (21), #64 (21, with pair on 1877 cover to Vera Cruz), #66 (13, with a cover), #67 (69, with five covers), #69, #70 (3), #73 (6), #82 (68), #83 (5), #84 (15), #85 (9), #86 (8), #87 (7), #94 (11), #95 (13, with vertical pair), #96 (14), #100 (9), #102 (12), #103 (7), #104 (10), #105 (9), #106 (3), #107 (8), #108 (6), #109 (3), #117 (41), #120 (56, one used with #111 on 1893 registered cover to Philadelphia), #121 (56), #122 (34, with block of four), #122 (34), #124, #126 (13), #140, Revenues, Officials, Postage Dues, postal stationery, and literature with various Plating publications. As to be expected for a collection of this nature, the condition is mixed, especially among the imperforate classics, Very Good to Fine appearance and a fabulous opportunity for further study. Shipping charges apply - weight 31.2 lbs.
Estimate $5,000 - 7,500.
Realized $11,500.
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Lot 273
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Great Britain, Collection, 1840-1969. In Scott Specialty album and small stock book filled with sets and singles, from the early classic era to 1960's issues, mostly used, with: 1 (2), a quadrille page filled with 1p brown's, 4 (6 singles and a pair), decent selection of Victoria line engraved issues with a quadrille page of perforated 2p blue's of different plate numbers, a full page of 50+ 1/2p Victoria issues, strong surface print Victoria issues, with the various Scott listed issues with better watermarks and higher denominations, plus strong selection of plate numbers crammed into blank sections of album pages or quadrille pages for stamps with larger selection of plate numbers, some better shilling values including 57 with both plate numbers, 96 and 108 with mild duplication, a full page of Jubilee issues, a couple pages of Edward VII issues with high values 139-40 in quantity, a page of Sea Horses up to 10/-, specialized sections of George VI and Elizabeth II including many Castle issues, a few early Machins, plus small stockbook of various early Elizabeth II issues in blocks and multiples and a few early Channel Islands issues. Some occasional faults (as usually encountered among early used classics), with many high Scott value singles that quickly add up to high value, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 5 lbs.
Scott approximately $50,000 (Owner's) Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Realized $2,200.
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Lot 274
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Great Britain, Old Time Dealers Selection, 1860-1975. Mostly used, all identified on black black stockcards, light duplication, with premium items galore, used includes 1 (8), 7 (2), 45a, 70, 96, 96a, 104, 105, the quality is mixed with faults throughout, with these particularly noticeable on the earlier issues, but with many collectible examples; astronomical catalog value with so many difficult stamps to be found in this unusual and desirable holding, Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 4.2 lbs.
Scott $80,000 (Owner's) Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $3,250.
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Lot 275
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Great Britain & Offices, Wonderful Vintage Dealer's "Mañana" Selection of Hundreds. Excellent, clean and valuable, overall mostly used selection of perhaps 550 or so items, with the vast majority Queen Victoria through King George V, neatly presented on thirteen 6" x 9" stockcards; the lion's share of items here were plucked out of collections over the years, and as we review this exceptional holding, we note many superb cancels (both those that are better, along with those which are perfectly struck), loads of premiums Vickys from #1 (duplicates) on, various special purpose stamps, perfins, many large format 2s6d to £1 Victorias to King George V issues, etc.; an outstanding holding brimming with better values, etc., largely Fine to Very Fine with much better throughout, be sure to view the lot in its entirety on the website. Shipping charges apply - weight 1.4 lbs.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $1,900.
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Lot 276
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Great Britain, Dealers Stock, 19th & 20th Century. In three red "102" dealer stock boxes, hundreds on "102" cards with Scott numbers and pricing already done; includes 48 ($175 x3), 104 ($200 x2), 207 ($200), 95 ($150), 94 ($150), 85 ($125), 2 ($700), 108 ($250), 181 ($125), 139e ($175), O33 ($260), 96 ($165), 124 ($800), 57 ($600), 109 ($550), 6 ($1500); great material for the right bidder, ginormous catalog value, mixed condition on some as one would come to expect, generally Fine to Very Fine. Shipping charges apply - weight 11.8 lbs.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.
Realized $1,900.
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