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Sale 87: The Dr. David Patterson Collection of New Zealand

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1862-64 Chalon Issue, Imperforate, Wmk. Large Star - 1d-2d Issues

Lots 6112-6121 Lots 6122-6131 Lots 6132-6141 Lots 6142-6143

Lot 6112 ()

New Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d bright orange vermilion, imperf, Large Star watermark, unused without gum, full to large even margins, deep radiant color, Extremely Fine and choice. Scott No. 11. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (1).
SG No. 33    £1,000 ($1,310).

Realized: $800

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Lot 6113 ()

New Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d orange vermilion, imperf., Re-entry (R. 17/10), Large Star watermark, unused without gum, clear to large margins clear showing variety at bottom, small thin spot at top, Very Fine appearance, scarce plate variety. Scott No. 11 var. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (Z).
SG No. 33 var.    £1,000+ ($1,310).

Realized: $400

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Lot 6114 o

New Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d orange vermilion, imperf, Re-entry (R. 5/8), Large Star watermark, large even margins all around, bright color and paper, neat numeral "1" barred oval of Auckland, fresh and Extremely Fine. Scott No. 11 var. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (Z).
SG No. 33 var.    £275 ($360).

Realized: $190

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Lot 6115 o

New Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d bright orange vermilion, Large Star watermark, large margins except clear at bottom, beautiful vibrant color on bright paper, light partial barred oval cancel, fresh and Very Fine, Marcel Stanley. Scott No. 11 var. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (1).
SG No. 33 var.    £275 as normal ($360).

Realized: $300

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Lot 6116 o

New Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d orange vermilion, imperf, Large Star watermark, horizontal pair, large margins, deep vibrant color on bright paper, each cancelled by indistinct barred oval, an Extremely Fine pair with beautiful color. Scott No. 11. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (2).
SG No. 33    £550 as singles ($720).

Realized: $525

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Lot 6117

New Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d orange vermilion, imperf, Large Star watermark, margins largely all around, cancelled by numeral "1" barred oval, matching "Auckland, New-Zealand, SP 30 1862" rimless origin backstamp on gray cover to Calne, Kent, England, endorsed "Via Marseilles", boxed "Saved from the wreck of, the Colombo." handstamp also ties 1d, red London Paid (12.27) arrival cds, Calne (12.27) arrival backstamp; 1d lifted and hinged in place, two additional stamps now missing and with the space endorsed in pencil "Keep C. Tebay no Stp here C.T." in the hand of Mrs. Charlotte Tebay, the first lady member of the London Philatelic Society (now the R.P.S.L.), Fine appearance, F.C. Krichauff, Robson Lowe, November 1947
H. Gordon Kaye, Christie's Robson Lowe, April 1991, lot 125
Joseph Hackmey, Spink Shreves, May 2010, lot 2195
. Scott No. 11. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (2).
SG No. 33    Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.

ONE OF ONLY TWO SURVIVING NEW ZEALAND USAGES FROM THE P.&O. "COLUMBO" WRECK BEARING STAMPS.

The P&O "Colombo" wrecked on Minicoy Island in the Indian Ocean on November 19th 1862 in a heavy fog. All of the passengers and crew were safely put into boats and were taken care of on Minicoy Island until they were rescued by the "Ottawa" on Nov. 30th. The greater portion of the mail was recovered by divers, and, after careful drying, the letters were forwarded to their destinations. Those for London arriving either December 27th or 31st, 1862.

Realized: $1,000

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Lot 6118

New Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d orange vermilion, imperf, Large Star watermark, large margins all around, used with 2d deep blue (70) and 6d black brown (75), both s.e. at top, each cancelled by strike of "O16" cancel, matching "Gold Field, Otago N.Z., MY 13, 63" origin backstamp on Duncan correspondence cover to Edinburgh, Scotland, endorsed "via Marseilles" at top left, bold "Dunedin, Otago, MY-15, 63" transit cds, Edinburgh (7.16) arrival backstamp; light vertical folds, Very Fine and choice, ex-McNaught. Scott No. 11. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (2).
SG No. 33    Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.

AN EXCEPTIONAL THREE-COLOR MIXED ISSUE FRANKING FROM GOLD FIELD AT THE 9D RATE VIA MARSEILLES TO THE UNITED KINGDOM.

Realized: $2,400

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Lot 6119 ()

New Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d vermilion, imperf, Re-entry (R. 18/6), Large Star watermark, unused without gum, clear to large margins, deep radiant color and strong impression, Very Fine, Joseph Hackmey. Scott No. 11e var. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (Z).
SG No. 34 var.    £750 ($980).

Realized: $270

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Lot 6120

New Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d carmine vermilion, imperf, Large Star watermark, part o.g., large even margins, beautiful rich color, choice and Extremely Fine. Scott No. 11d. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (4).
SG No. 35    £450 ($590).

Realized: $400

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Lot 6121 ()

New Zealand, 1862, Queen Victoria "Chalon Head", 1d carmine, imperf, Large Star watermark, rare shade, unused without gum, large margins all around, intense color on bright paper, an Extremely Fine gem unused example of this rare shade, Yeroc, J.M.A. Gregson, January 2000, lot 191. Scott No. 11f. Campbell Paterson No. A1e (5).
SG No. 35 var.    £450+ ($590).

Realized: $900

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