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Sale 84: Foreign Stamps and Covers

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Great Britian

Lots 1001-1010 Lots 1011-1018

Lot 1001    

Great Britain, 1793 Charleston, S.C. to London, docketed folded letter sheet endorsed "Pr Ameila, Capt Hill", brownish "Falmouth, Ship Lre" handstamp and manuscript "1" shilling rating, Very Fine.
Estimate    $150 - 200.

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Lot 1002 o   

Great Britain, 1840, 1d black, red Maltese cross cancels, large to huge margins, bold color, an Extremely Fine gem, a wonderful large margin stamp; with 2009 P.F. certificate. Scott No. 1.
SG No. 2    £375 ($520).

Realized: $350

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Lot 1003    

Great Britain, 1840, 1d black, Plate 2, lettered C-L, right sheet margin single, full margins other sides, tied by brown Maltese cross cancel on folded cover to Chippenham, reverse with "Cirencester, JY25 1840" backstamp, Very Fine; with 2006 Brandon certificate. SG No. 2. S.G. Spec. No. As 15 vi.
Scott No. 1    Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.

A CHOICE G.B. 1D BLACK CANCELLED BY A BROWN MALTESE CROSS.

Realized: $900

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Lot 1004    

Great Britain, Free Trade and Corn Law Repeal, illustrated border design in gold with "Free Trade" slogan at top and bottom, designed by John Gadsby, on envelope to Yarmouth, franked with 4-margin 1d red tied by 498 in oval handstamp, reverse with red "Manchester, Ju 13, 1844" origin cds and receiving postmark on front, Very Fine, this propaganda design was produced to advocate the repeal of the 1842 Corn Law Act which imposed duties on the importation of corn. Scott No. 3.
SG No. 8    Estimate $500 - 750.

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Realized: $1,600

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Lot 1005    

Great Britain, 1841, 1d red brown, Plate 64, lettered PK, full to large margins, tied by London diamond cancel, London (6.13) origin cds on cover to Colinton, Edinburgh, re-addressed with "Colinton, JN 14 1846" framed postmark and second 1d red (3), plate 61, lettered JC ("J" square) tied by starred "131" numeral cancel to Saltcoats, reverse with Edinburg (6.13, 6.14) cds and Ardrossan (6.15) transit, Very Fine and scarce forwarded use; with 2011 Eichele certificate. S.G. Spec. No. BS28, 28h.
Scott No. 3    Estimate $200 - 300.

Realized: $200

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Great Britain, 1869, 2d blue, letters in all four corners, "thin lines", block of 15, lettered EG/GI, cancelled by London "7" numeral; GK with bottom right corner short perf, some minor creasing, Fine and rare. SG No. 46. S.G. Spec. No. G3.
Scott No. 30    Estimate $750 - 1,000.

AN IMPRESSIVE LARGE USED BLOCK OF THE 2D BLUE, PLATE 15.

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Lot 1007    

Great Britain, 1862, Queen Victoria, 6d lilac, Emblems watermark, two singles, in combination with 1857, 1¢ rose red, strip of three on cover to Victoria, Vancouver Island, tied by "320" grid handstamps with matching "Tain, Ja 5, 65" cds additionally tying, red "21" Cents handstamp; small corner wrinkle in right stamp, Very Fine. Scott No. 39+20.
SG No. 84+40    Estimate $300 - 400.

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Lot 1008    

Great Britain, 1865, Queen Victoria, 6d lilac, Emblems watermark, in combination with 1864, 1d rose red, two single + 1865, 6d vermilion on cover to Jersey City, New Jersey, canceled by "375" square grid handstamps with matching "Portadown, Fe 21, 67" origin cds, red Portland, Me. entry cds and "21 Cents" rate handstamp; small cover opening tear at right, F.-V.F. Scott No. 45+33+43.
SG No. 97+43+94    Estimate $250 - 350.

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Lot 1009 ()   

Great Britain, 1876 Hand Illustrated Cover Front, skillfully executed all over pen design showing Two Mules and Sign incorporating address, franked with 1d red tied by barred oval handstamp with matching "Poole, My 16, 76" cds below, blue "Too Late" boxed handstamp and receiving postmark, Very Fine and choice.
Estimate    $100 - 150.

Realized: $160

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Lot 1010 o   

Great Britain, 1884, Queen Victoria, £1 brown lilac, Imperial Crowns watermark, barred oval cancel, strong color, small faults including crease and thin, Fine appearance. Scott No. 110.
SG No. 185    £2,800 ($3,860).

Realized: $220

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