Lot 99Newfoundland, 1857, 5d brown violet, left margin vertical pair, o.g., lightly hinged, ample margins around, bold color, Very Fine. SG Nos. 5.
Scott Nos. 5 $650 for singles.
Lot 100 oNewfoundland, 1857, 6d scarlet vermilion, oval grid cancel, margins ample to a bit in at bottom right, rich deep color, Fine, a rare used example of the 1857 6d issue; with 2010 Greene Foundation certificate.
Scott Nos. 6 $5,000.
Lot 101Newfoundland, 1857, 6½d scarlet vermilion, o.g., clear to large margins, rich color, faint horizontal crease not visible on face, F.-V.F. appearance, an attractive and very scarce mint issue.
Scott Nos. 7 $4,500.
Lot 102 oNewfoundland, 1860, 6d orange, light barred oval cancel, clear to mostly large margins, bright color, small filled thin, F.-V.F. appearance.
Scott Nos. 13 $1,100.
Lot 103 oNewfoundland, 1860, 1s orange, light bar cancels, full well balanced margins, strong bright color, small filled corner thin, Very Fine appearance; with 2004 A.P.S. certificate.
Scott Nos. 15 $12,000.
A VERY ATTRACTIVE APPEARING USED EXAMPLE OF THE RARE 1860 1 SHILLING ORANGE VERMILION ISSUE.
Lot 104Newfoundland, 1897, 1¢ on 3¢ gray lilac, large part o.g. (gum skip at right), wide margins, bright and fresh, Very Fine.
Scott Nos. 77 $900.
Lot 105Newfoundland, 1911 Royal Family issue complete, o.g., never hinged, rich colors, an F.-V.F. set.
Scott Nos. 104-114 $744.
Lot 106Newfoundland, 1937, 7¢ blue, perf 13 (comb), o.g., lightly hinged, rich deep color, very fresh, Very Fine, a very scarce perf variety. SG Nos. 259d £700 ($830).
Unitrade Nos. 235a C$650 ($500).
Lot 107Newfoundland, Airmail, 1932, $1.50 on $1 Dornier DO-X Flight, o.g., never hinged (small handstamp on gum), well centered, rich color, Very Fine and choice.
Scott Nos. C12 $475.
Lot 108 PNewfoundland, Official Seal, 1905, black, large die proof on India, die with "C-629" number and sunk on 107x171mm card, linen hinge at top, Only Two Recorded Examples. Newf. Spec. Nos. OS1dp4 $2,000.
Unitrade Nos. OX1P1 Estimate $1,000 - 1,500.