Lot 480 oJamaica, G.B. 1857, 4d rose, two singles; one with Dry Harbour "A36" barred oval cancel and other with Galye "A41" barred oval cancel, former with trivial perf crease, otherwise Very Fine, a scarce pair; later with 2015 Sismondo certificate. Scott No. A43, A57 $775.
SG No. Z45, Z62 £800 ($1,140).
Lot 481Jamaica, G.B. 1857, 4d rose, horizontal pair, tied on piece by Goshen "A44" barred oval handstamps, piece with 1859 Kingston postmark, Very Fine, a scarce multiple usage; with 2015 Sismondo certificate. Scott No. A68 $550 for singles.
SG No. Z73 £600 for singles ($850).
Lot 482Jamaica, 1860, Queen Victoria, 6d dull lilac, horizontal pair, in combination with 1860, 1d blue + 4d brown orange on 1866 cover to Bareill, Bengal forwarded to Simla, all tied by "A42" barred oval handstamps, red crayon "1/4" rating, red London transit and reverse with seven different transit date stamps including boxed "Too Late" handstamp; some cover edge wear and a couple small nicks at right, otherwise Very Fine. SG No. 1b+4+5.
Scott No. 1+4+5 Estimate $500 - 750.
Lot 483Jamaica, 1873, Queen Victoria, 1d blue, in combination with 1870, Queen Victoria, 2d rose, horizontal pair on mourning cover to Newark, N.J., canceled by "A01" barred oval handstamps with matching "Kingston, Jamaica, My 7, 75" cds tying 2d, red crayon "4" and "New York, U.S. Currency, Due 10" cds; partial backflap and stamps with some toning on perfs, otherwise Very Fine. Scott No. 7+8.
SG No. 8+9 Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 484Jamaica, 1873, Queen Victoria, 1s dull brown, in combination with 1870-71, Queen Victoria, 2d rose + 6d lilac on triple rate folded letter to Jacmel, Haiti, manuscript "Per R.M. Steamer Nile" ship endorsement and red crayon rating, reverse with "Kingston, Jamaica, Sp 9" origin cds, Very Fine, an attractive three-color franking. Scott No. 12+8+11.
SG No. 13+9+12 Estimate $600 - 800.
Lot 485Kenya & Uganda, 1922, King George V, 1s green, in combination with 1922, 20c bright orange, two singles on reverse and 1922, 5c green on front of 45c registration entire to Austria, all tied by "Jinja, Registered, 6 Fe, 32" cds's, registry etiquette and reverse with Kampala and other transit backstamps; small trivial corner opening nick, Very Fine. SG No. 87.
Scott No. 29 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 486Lagos, 1884, Queen Victoria, 1d rose carmine, in combination with 1887, Queen Victoria, 2d dull mauve & blue on registered cover to London, England, tied by "Lagos, Fe 1, 1902" cds, matching "R" registry handstamp and red London oval receiver, Very Fine. SG No. 22+30.
Scott No. 15+18 Estimate $100 - 150.
Lot 487Lagos, 1905, King Edward VII, 2d dull purple & blue, in combination with Niger Coast Protectorate 1892, 1d lilac (S.G. 2) on registered cover to Manchester, England, tied by "Sapele, Registered, Fe 12, 08" oval date stamp with second strike alongside, matching "R" registry handstamp and Plymouth transit backstamp, Very Fine, a scarce mixed issue franking. SG No. 56.
Scott No. 52 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 488Malay States, 1900, 1¢ grey brown & green, horizontal pair, uprating on 1901, 1¢ green postal card to Bagneres de Bigorre, France, tied by "Kuala Lumpur, Au 2, 1906" origin cds's, with "Adresse Incomplete" and "Retour" handstamps at destination, transit date stamps including Penang, Very Fine. SG No. 15b.
Estimate $300 - 400.
Lot 489Johore, 1904, Sultan Ibrahim, $100 green & scarlet, watermarked Rosette, o.g., never hinged, rich colors on bright fresh paper, Fine, a very scarce stamp in never hinged condition. Scott No. 75.
SG No. 77 £600 for hinged ($850).