Lot 346 EIreland, 1922, 2d Dollard Lithographed Plate Essays of Winged Figure with Trumpet & Harp, complete set of monocolored (16 different colors/shades) plus two bi-colored (blue/brown & blue/orange), o.g., lightly hinged, all bright and fresh, Very Fine.
Hibernian No. E5-20, E32, E35 €660 ($700).
Lot 347Ireland, 1922, Harrison Provisional Govt. Overprint on King George V Coil, 2d Bright Orange, Die I, tied by 1922 cds on cover to Ballina with censor label endorsed "IRA" on front and "Censored" on back in purple, F.-V.F. and scarce early censor use. SG No. 29.
Scott No. 22 Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 348Ireland, 1922, Thom Provisional Govt. Overprints on King George V "Seahorses", 2s6d to 10s Complete, full o.g., bright and fresh, rich colors, a Very Fine set. Scott No. 36-38 $2,550.
SG No. 44/46 £1,440 ($1,770).
Lot 349Ireland, 1922, Thom Provisional Govt. Overprints on King George V "Seahorses", 2s6d to 10s Complete, full o.g., all fresh with strong colors, a Very Fine set; 10s with 1968 B.P.A. certificate. Scott No. 36-38.
SG No. 44/46 £1,400 ($1,720).
Lot 350 oIreland, 1934, Pictorial Definitive, 2d Gray Green, Perf 15 X Imperf, neat town cancel, F.-V.F. Scott No. 68b $2,000.
SG No. 74b £1,600 ($1,970).
Lot 351Ireland, 1927, Free State Overprint on King George V "Seahorse", Composite Setting With Wide and Narrow Dates, 5s Rose Carmine, horizontal pair with wide setting at top, o.g., lightly hinged, brilliant color, fresh and Very Fine. Scott No. 78a $700.
SG No. 84a £450 ($550).
Lot 352Ireland, 1927, King George V, Wide Date, 2s6d Chocolate Brown, Reversed Accent on "A", o.g., lightly hinged, Very Fine. Scott No. 77b var. Hibernian €525 ($560).
SG No. 86c £550 ($680).
Lot 353 oJamaica, Great Britain 1856, Queen Victoria, 6d Lilac, full sharp strike of barred "A67" oval of Port Royal cancel, a Very Fine strike.
SG No. Z142 £750 ($920).
Lot 354Kenya, Uganda & Tanganyika, 1927-73, Dar-Es-Salaam townmarks, group of 13 covers; first three bearing Tanganyika 1927 KGV issues including 30¢ block of 4 on registered cover to U.S., 1931 airmail etiquette cover to England, etc., later 1930's covers including airmail first "All-Up" cachet usages, 1959 Official 3-color franking, etc., generally Very Fine.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 355 oLeeward Islands, 1897, Queen Victoria Diamond Jubilee, 5s Green & Blue, light town cancel, well centered, Very Fine, a scarce used high value; with 1967 R.P.S.L. certificate. Scott No. 16.
SG No. 16 £800 ($980).