Lot 2914 oUruguay, 1858, 120c blue. Two used singles in blue & greenish blue, each with four nice margins, both postmarked with Montevideo oval cancels, blue shade with violet expertising handstamp showing faintly on front, Very Fine, rare stamps used.
Scott No. 4, 4b $600.
Lot 2915 /oUruguay, 1858, 120c blue, partial plate reconstruction of 30 types. An attractive mint & used reconstruction (missing nine positions), four used, others unused, mostly 4 margin singles, mixed condition, Very Fine appearance, a rare item for the specialist.
Scott No. 4 $5,450+.
Lot 2916Uruguay, 1858, 120c blue, natural pre-printing paper fold. Clear to large margins, deep color, neat Montevideo oval cancel, Very Fine.
Scott No. 4 $300.
Lot 2917Uruguay, 1858, 180c green. Eleven mint singles, all are plated & different positions, all but two four margins, few faults, Very Fine, a scarce group.
Scott No. 5 $1,100.
Lot 2918 oUruguay, 1858, 180c green. Large even margins, deep color, light cancel, Extremely Fine.
Scott No. 5 $200.
Lot 2919 oUruguay, 1858, 180c green. Type 14, four large margins, tied by Montevideo oval postmark on fragment (hinged in place), Very Fine and attractive, a rare used example; with 1936 B.P.A. certificate.
Scott No. 5 $200.
Lot 2920 oUruguay, 1858, 180c green. Two used singles in green & deep green, both postmarked with Montevideo oval cancels, green shade with four ample to large margins & deep green just touched at top right otherwise large margins, Very Fine, rare stamps used, 180c deep green, ex-Lee.
Scott No. 5, 5a $550.
Lot 2921Uruguay, 1858, 180c pale green, thick paper. Two large margins singles, one with full o.g., other no gum, Extremely Fine, a scarce paper variety.
Scott No. 5b $900.
Lot 2922Uruguay, 1858, 240c dull vermilion, plate reconstruction of 29 types. An attractive mint reconstruction (one used) which show space for blank cliche, one stamp is the scarce brick red shade, mostly 4 margin singles, mixed condition, Very Fine appearance.
Scott No. 6 $4,350+.
Lot 2923Uruguay, 1858, 240c dull vermilion. Large even margins, beautifully tied on fragment by neat Montevideo oval postmark, an Extremely Fine gem, ex-Caspary; with 2006 Moorhouse certificate.
Scott No. 6 Estimate $200 - 300.