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1875 Telegraph Large size head die proof in black on white glazed card. Endorsed , “Before Hardening”.


1884 National Telephone Company Ltd 1d. Grey black sheetlet of 12, unmounted.


1891 De La Rue Dummy stamp head die proof, dated 13.Mar.91 and endorsed “Before Hardening”.


1892 PARCEL POST. Label sent from LOWERSTOFT with 3d. Lilac FOREIGN BILL stamp.


C.1910 De La Rue “Minerva Head” Colour Trials for Promotional Sample Stamps.




SG103 1867 3d. Rose pl. 6, CJ. Superb Torquay cds for OC.30.71. Attractive.


SG103 1867 3d. Rose, plate 7, JI – JK. Fine used strip, Birmingham Telegraph Office cds’s.


SG103 1867/ 80 3d. Rose, plate 8, DD. Superb used. Crisp BLUE telegraphic cancel. Quite spectacular!


SG109 1870 6d. Mauve, plate 9, GE. Fresh, lightly hinged example.


SG141 1876 2½d. Rosy Mauve.Pl.14 (GI). Wmk Orb. Very fine unused o.g. example, well centred, fresh colour


SG144 1876 3d. Pale Rose Pl.19 (DA – EA). Superb hand drawn envelope sent from LONDON to the ship “Hawkesbury” in AUSTRALIA…


SG152 1876 4d. Light shade, TI. Plate 15, imperforate colour trial, overprinted SPECIMEN type 8.


SG153 1877 4d. Sage-green (MH). Wmk Large Garter.


SG153 1877 4d. Sage-green Pl.16 (AE). Fine unused o.g. with fresh colour… Cat. £1400.


SG159/ 162 1883 Forfar Parcel Label with 3d/3d and 6d/6d, neat cds for AU.16.83, first month of use of this label.


SG161 1880 6d. Grey, plate 17, KB. Superb Penny Post Jubilee cancel on piece.


SG17/ 42 1862 1d. Star, HI. Canterbury to Bracnell (note spelling) – missent with fine strike of London & Holyhead tpo.


SG191 1884 3d. Lilac, AD. Very fine cds example. Excellent deep colour.


SG197 1899 Co. Cavan, ARVA mail bag seal used to cancel pair of 1/2d. Vermilions on cover to Belfast.


SG19var 1856 Blue, pl. 4, BJ. Used example with a dramatic misplacement of perforations resulting in the lower portion of the stamp being removed.


SG219 1902 1d. Striking book piece, dated “Jan 21, 100 leads” in manuscript. Cat. £2800.


SG230 2 1/2d. Ultramarine FIRST DAY OF ISSUE; Penzance double ring cds for JA.1.02.


SG245 1902 6d. Pale dull purple FIRST DAY of ISSUE; Penzance double ring cds for JA.1.02.


SG249 1910 7d. Grey-black DLR ptg. Guernsey 1911 cds’s paying tobacco duty. Very fine block of 25.


SG257 1902 1/- Green and carmine, block of 4. Superb Norwich cds, used on piece, FE.9.04. Excellent fresh colour.


SG257avar 1905 1s. Dull Green and Scarlet (C). D.L.R. Break in Crown and Damaged E (Pl. H2, R. 13/9).


SG272 1911 1d. Rose-red. Harrison. P.14. Brilliant mis-perforated block of “four” – a spectacular variety. Spec. M6(1). RPS Cert.


SG285 1911 3d. Purple on Lemon. Harrison. P15 x 14. Broken scroll (Pl. 5, R. 20/5).


SG29 1855 1d. Red-brown, plate 29. Die II. LC. P.14. Double Perforation.


SG292 1911 Somerset House 2d. Grey green and bright carmine. Very fine unmounted marginal block of 4. Spec M13(4).


SG3 1840 1d. Grey-black, plate 1a, OC. Superbly cancelled with a watery brown maltese, Glasgow.


SG325var – 1911 ½d. Bright-green. Die 1B. ‘Blob above E of POSTAGE and white flaw in corner’


SG327 1911 Red envelope sent to Paris with two 1d. Downeys & 1/2d. Edward VII.


SG329var 1911 1d. Die 1B, watermark crown, plate dot in margin and grossly misperforated.


SG336 Wi 1912 1d. Scarlet. Die 1B. Watermark Simple Cypher Inverted. Booklet stamps.