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Auction Date: March 25-27, 2021
from: 25. March 2021 14:00 CET
  • Great Britain

    • Lot 108

    Description
    A very fresh and beautiful folded letter with dated contents from "Londres, 27 Octubre 1852" to PERU. Noted "p. Packet". Red maltese cancs "PAID LS 2 NO 2 1852" and on the reverse "LS 2 NO 2 1852". Blue arrival mark "LIMA - VAPOR". EXCELLENT.

    Sold at Auction
    80.00 EUR


    • Lot 109

    Description
    2 sh. 3d franking on cover with preprinted "Colonial Bank" London 1st Sept: 1857" to Mexico (City) canc. with numeral canc. "44" and with red date stamp on the reverse "2 SP 1857". Conveyed by ship "Magdalena" from Southampton in closed mail bag to St.Thomas on 19.9 to Vera Cruz.

    Sold at Auction
    200.00 EUR


    • Lot 110

    Description
    Ship letter with contents dated "Habana 11 Junio 1870" "Per Oneida" to "LONDON AU 5 70" via Forwarder in London "FESSER UTHOFF & CO" to Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA. An interesting alternative routing. Franked with 1 shilling green. VERY FINE & RARE.

    After-Auction-Sale
    200.00 EUR


    • Lot 111 ●
    • 128

    Description
    Lightly used 10 sh. greenish grey wmk. maltese cross. SG £3.200. Cert. Peter Holcombe. VERY FINE.

    Sold at Auction
    550.00 EUR


    • Lot 112 ●
    • 129

    Description
    A very beautiful 1 £ brown lilac wmk. maltese cross with clear canc. "EDINBURGH AP.19 82". SG £4500+. Cert. David Brandon. SUPERB.

    Sold at Auction
    1300.00 EUR


    • Lot 113 ●
    • 131

    Description
    24.03.2021: SG 135 £4.000 not SG 131 £4.500

    Fresh and beautiful 10 sh. grey green wmk. anchor on white paper "EAST STRAND JU.26 83". SG £4.500. Cert. David Brandon. VERY FINE.

    Sold at Auction
    1400.00 EUR


    • Lot 114 ●
    • 136

    Description
    Beautiful and well centered 1 £ brown lilac with wmk. anchor on white paper with light canc. SG £7.000+.

    Sold at Auction
    2400.00 EUR


    • Lot 115
    • 142

    Description
    Fresh and beautiful 2 1/2d. blue with light hinge trace. SG £ 575.

    Sold at Auction
    50.00 EUR


    • Lot 116 ●
    • 438

    Description
    Well centered and very lightly hinged 1 £ black. SG £750+. SUPERB.

    Sold at Auction
    280.00 EUR


    • Lot 117
    • 574

    Description
    Queen Elisabeth II 1958 2 1/2d. red in margin block of six with spectacular perforation variety caused by paperfold before perforation. Light hinge trace in margin only. SUPERB AND RARE.

    Sold at Auction
    300.00 EUR


    • Lot 118
    • 576

    Description
    Beautiful never hinged pair of 4d. with the upper stamp imperforate at top. Not priced in Stanley Gibbons (Mi=350). SUPERB AND SCARCE.

    Sold at Auction
    100.00 EUR

  • Great Britain Collections

    • Lot 119

    Description
    An extensive and valuable collection 1840 - 1945 starting with an essay (thin), five copies Penny Black and four 2d. blue 1840, further several high values up to £ 1, definitives. Collected specialized with plate numbers, watermarks and colour shades, also good back of the book with officials, postage dues and foreign post offices. Please inspect!
    Entire lot scanned

    Sold at Auction
    6500.00 EUR


    • Lot 120 ●

    Description
    Very well kept and fresh collection 1840 - 2002 incl. some Chanel Island and regional issues. Mainly used untill 1977, after that seemingly never hinged in four Leuctturm albums. Strong classic section with many better stamps e.g. very beautiful 10 p. 1848, 6 p. 1854, 2 sh. brown 1880, 10 sh. and 5 £ 1882, 1 £ 1884 and 1888, superb 1 £ 1902 etc. Must be inspected.
    Part of Lot Scanned

    Sold at Auction
    7000.00 EUR

  • Great Britain Bulk lot

    • Lot 122 ●

    Description
    Lot with four thick stock books 1840 - 1990s incl. regional issues. Older material mainly used incl. 1d. black with three good margins, a few high values etc., modern part mixed used and unused. Also an album with more than 35 prestige booklets.

    Sold at Auction
    360.00 EUR

  • Great Britain Scottland Pre-philately

    • Lot 143

    Description
    ST. HELENA. Incoming soldiers mail with contents 1819 from Paisley Scotland to Quartermaster Sergeant James Rayside of the 66th Foot Regt., sent as ship letter due to unavailability of packets, consequently showing ms. "P1/11" (paid 1s. 11d.) in red being half normal Packet rate of 3s. 9d. (1s. 2 d. Paisley to London internal postage + 2s. 7d. packet rate from London) with faint box Paisley despatch, "GLASGOW 21.AUG 1819" on reverse, red "PAID" tombstone and circular "PAID SHIP LETTER 23.AUG 1819" on front. SUPERB & SCARCE.

    Sold at Auction
    320.00 EUR

  • Great Britain

    • Lot 279

    Description
    Interesting lot in stockbook with Great Britain incl. decent 1d. black, high values etc., Portugese colonies, China etc. Please inspect.
    Part of Lot Scanned

    Sold at Auction
    600.00 EUR

  • Great Britain Pre-philately

    • Lot 443

    Description
    Earliest Letter from Abroad Beautiful cover 1813 from Leith, Scotland addressed to "Factor Mads Hvas Mörck, paa Thorshavn, Færöerne". Mads Hvads Mörck was Trade Manager in Thorshavn 1805-1831. Picture of the contents is enclosed (the original is in the Danish National Archive). The letter is dated in Leith the 19 July 1813 and was carried by Captain Jürgen Bohnitz in the ship "Den Nye Jubelfest". It was received in Thorshavn on 29 July 1813. The sender was "Corbett, Borthwick & Company", merchants based in Dock Street, North Leith. From 1810 they were one of the main suppliers of goods to Greenland, but also to a certain degree to the Faroe Islands. According to DAKA the earliest recorded letter from Great Britain is from 1868, and from any other country than Denmark is from 1851 (from Norway). UNIQUE POSTAL HISTORY RARITY

    Sold at Auction
    2600.00 EUR

  • Great Britain

    • Lot 599

    Description
    A perfect clear strike of duplex canc. "C51" & "ST.THOMAS OC 30 75" franked with 1sh green and 2d blue sent via "LONDON 13 NO 75" to Marseille. Senders cachet and arrival mark on the reverse. Archive fold in the letter sheet only.

    After-Auction-Sale
    400.00 EUR

  • Great Britain Pre-philately

    • Lot 620

    Description
    "Via St.Thomas" notation on folded letter dated "St.Johns P.R" sent to Nova Scotia franked with GB 4d brick red canc. "C61" and with red "PORTO RICO PAID SP 13 72". On the reverse transit mark "ST.THOMAS OC 14 72" (small circular GB type). Arrival mark "NO 16". Horizontal archive fold through the stamp.

    Sold at Auction
    160.00 EUR


    • Lot 699

    Description
    An exceptional cover partly paid from London 18.10 1822 via Gothenburg due to the Napoleon war and further via Grisslehamn & Åland. Interesting pmks on front and back, endorsed "via Grisslehamn" and due "Lösen 43 kop", though it should have been 33 kop. Ex. K & B Larsson and Pitkänen. RARE.

    Sold at Auction
    300.00 EUR


    • Lot 700

    Description
    A very beautiful partly paid letter from Liverpool 28.9 1826, cds on back and framed "PAID AT LIVERPOOL" to Christinestad, sent via "GÖTHEBORG" due to the Napoleon war and Eckerö, Åland. Due note "Double lösen 35 sk Bco ass" to Finland and for Eckerö to Christinestad "33 kop". Ex. Lundh, Hess, K & B Larsson and Pitkänen. SUPERB & RARE.

    After-Auction-Sale
    300.00 EUR


    • Lot 836

    Description
    ST. BARTHOLOMEW. Envelope from London "BC crown 1 SP 1 1856". Sent from Southampton 02.09 by vessel "Orinoco" in closed mail bag destinated St.Kitts via St.Thomas with arrival on 19.09. Due notation "2/-" charged the receiver Sir James Haarleef Haasum, Governor of St.Bartolomew, who terminated slavery on the island on 09.10 1847.

    Sold at Auction
    1700.00 EUR

  • Great Britain

    • Lot 1056
    • 23a

    Description
    LARGEST MULTIPLE and the only strip of four known of 20/20 öre double print on a piece with British duplex ship. canc "HULL Y 2 AU 12 77" and "383". Minor perf. irregulations of no importance. Cert. Obermüller Wilén. VERY FINE & UNIQUE.

    Sold at Auction
    1000.00 EUR

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