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1911 Hentschel Zinc Block Essay. 7d. “Grey” from ink “SP6”. Very fine – Cat. £900.


SG10 1841 1d. Deep Red-brown (BD).


SG110 1867 9d. Straw Pl.4 (EC – ED). Fabulous used pair.


SG17 1854 1d. Red-brown (BK & BJ). Used on piece tied by the NEWPORT, I.O.W. “560” numeral in “purple”


SG17 1854 1d. Red-brown (RB). Fabulous misplacement of vertical and horizontal perforations…


SG172 1881 1d. Lilac. Die II. “CONTINENTAL NIGHT MAIL” T.P.O. duplex handstamps for JY. 13. 92. Fine strip of three.


SG19 1854 2d. Blue Pl.4 (AC). SC. P.16. Worn Plate. Three used examples showing progressive deterioration of the plate…


SG199 1887 2d. Green and Scarlet “Jubilee”. Double frame line at left (Head Pl. 5, R. 20/12).


SG2 1840 1d. Black (MA). Superb used.


SG2 1840 1d. Black (PC). Four margined example affixed sideways to entire from SEDBERGH to KENDAL


SG2 1840 1d. Black (TA). Four margined example on entire from STROUD to TETBURY.


SG200 1887 2d. Grey-green and Carmine “Jubilee”. BALTASOUND Mail Bag Seal.


SG201 1887 2½d. Purple on Blue “Jubilee”. “PLYMOUTH & BRISTOL S.T.” c.d.s. cancellation for JU. 22. 98.


SG207a 1888 5d. Dull Purple and Blue “Jubilee”. Die II. PENNY POST JUBILEE – SOUTH KENSINGTON.


SG210a 1887 10d. Dull Purple and Deep Dull Carmine “Jubilee”.


SG242a 1906 5d. Dull Purple and Ultramarine (C). D.L.R. Very fine unmounted o.g. Spec. M29(2).


SG260 1902 2s. 6d. Lilac. D.L.R. Exceptionally fine used cancelled by a very neat BASINGSTOKE c.d.s. for DE. 22. 02.


SG285var 1911 3d. Dull Reddish Purple on Lemon. Harrison P15 x 14. Very fine unmounted o.g. Spec. M22(4).


SG288 1911 1½d. Dull Purple and Green. S. House. Fine unmounted o.g. Spec. M10(5).


SG29 1855 1d. Red-brown (AF). Stunning Blue Handstamp.


SG29 1855 1d. Red-brown (HC). PATNA Scots Local Handstamp in Blue Ink.


SG29 1855 1d. Red-brown Pl.31 (PK – SK). Die II. LC. P.14. Gothic “K”.


SG290 1911 2d. Deep Dull Green and Red. S. House. Top right corner damaged (Pl. D4, R. 1/3).


SG294 1911 5d. Deep Dull Reddish Purple and Bright Blue. S. House.


SG294var 1911 5d. Deep Plum and Cobalt-blue. S. House.


SG3 1840 1d. Grey-black (MG). Constant Variety. Exceptionally fine used.


SG357var 1912 1d. Scarlet. Royal Cypher – No Watermark.


SG40 1857 1d. Rose-red (PD). BALTASOUND Mail Bag Seal.


SG405 1915 2s. 6d. Deep Yellow-brown. D.L.R. “Sea Horse”. Used example with light thimble 1917 c.d.s.


SG416var 1919 5s. Rose-carmine. Bradbury “Sea Horse”.


SG418 1924 ½d. Green. Block Cypher. Broken frame at top left (R. 19/1)


SG418 1924 ½d. Green. OFFSET. Superb unmounted o.g. with a full offset on reverse.


SG43 1868 1d. Rose-red (PG). Delightful BEMROSE “What a picture” (state 1) printed envelope


SG43 1869 1d. Rose-red (FB – FC). Superb used cancelled contrary to regulations by a cracking single PENSFORD c.d.s.


SG43 1879 1d. Rose-red Pl.225 (SC). Envelope sent from EXETER to SOUTH MOLTON.


SG439 1934 ½d. Green. “Photogravure”. Unused o.g. block of four – the upper right stamp with a wonderful “confetti” flaw.