1910 – 1936 A great philatelist himself, his reign saw the introduction of commemorative stamps in 1924. 

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“CANCELLED” – Plate Proofs.

£80.00

1897 Prince of Wales’s Metropolitan Hospital Fund and commemoration of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee.

£50.00

1910 10d. Downey Head Hentschel Zinc Block Essay for colour. Extremely attractive and very rare.

£1,000.00

1910 1s. Downey Head Hentschel Zinc Block Essay for colour. Second Proof.

£595.00

1910 3d. Black. Half Tone Essay. Large Format.

£225.00

1910 3d. Downey Head Hentschel Zinc Bloc Essay for colour.

£1,250.00

1910 3d. Downey Head Hentschel Zinc Block Essay for colour.

£1,500.00

1910 3d. Downey Head Hentschel Zinc Block Essay for colour. Second Proof.

£825.00

1910 3d. Hentschel Zinc Block Half Tone Essay.

£695.00

1911 1/2d. Green. Post card. Very fine used. First Day of Issue and Coronation Day!

£200.00

1911 1d. Carmine Post Office Letter Card. “CANCELLED” Type 24.

£45.00

1911 2/- Florin. An uncirculated examle showing the coinage head.

£150.00

1911 De La Rue ‘Britannia’ head. Interpaneau imperf pair.

£2,500.00

1911 First Proof, ½d., 1d., 1½d., 2d., 2½d and 3d., printed together as a block on white wove paper.

£8,500.00

1911 Harrison Coil trial showing Coat of Arms in deep red- brown. Ex booklet pane of 6. Scarce.

£180.00

1911 Harrison Coil trial showing Coat of Arms in pale blue, violet and deep brown. Dummy.

£125.00

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

£600.00

1911 JPS envelope to NY.USA with 1/2d Downey cancelled with the London machine cancel for JU.22.11.

£275.00

1911 KGV 1d. Carmine-pink. Perkins, Bacon Essay.

£150.00

1911 Minerva Head by De La Rue, superb unmounted with no shading around head.

£45.00

1911 P.O.S.B Modified Head Proof in carmine.

£1,350.00

1911 Revenue. Post Office Savings Bank Receipt. 1s Brown and blue overprinted.

£225.00

1911 SG338/ SG341 1/2d. scarlet and SG329 1d. green “Reversed Colours”, colour trials on gummed wmkd paper

£30,000.00

1911 ½d and 1d. Unofficial “paste-up” covers.

£550.00

1911 ½d Unofficial “paste-up”.

£250.00

1911 ½d. Deep Carmine. Die Proof of the Accepted Design.

£1,300.00

1911/ 12 Post Office Savings Bank 1/- blue and red-brown. Lightly mounted mint examples of the two heads.

£250.00

1911/12 POST OFFICE SAVING BANK. Die Proofs for the 1s. value… superb example of the Head & Duty Plates. Very rare.

£1,350.00

1912 1/2d. Deep green Royal Cypher “simple”. Very fine, lightly mounted, ex booklet.

£75.00

1912 1/2d. Die II. Die Proof Colour Trial. Taken from the stage 5 die, 1st state with solid H in HALFPENNY.

£1,500.00

1912 1d. Black “Ideal Stamp”. Intaglio printed by Waterlow Bros. & Leyton at the 1912 Jubilee International Exhibition using their Wharfedale machine.

£195.00

1912 1d. Blue “Ideal Stamp”. Intaglio printed by Waterlow Bros. & Leyton at the 1912 Jubilee International Exhibition using their Wharfedale machine…

£120.00

1912 1d. Blue “Ideal Stamp”. Intaglio printed by Waterlow Bros. & Leyton at the 1912 Jubilee International Exhibition using their Wharfedale machine…

£360.00

1912 1d. Greenish Grey “Ideal Stamp”. Intaglio printed by Waterlow Bros. & Leyton at the 1912 Jubilee International Exhibition using their Wharfedale machine…

£135.00

1912 1d. Scarlet. Die Proof – Colour Trial.

£2,500.00

1912 1d. Violet “Ideal Stamp”. Intaglio printed by Waterlow Bros. & Leyton at the 1912 Jubilee International Exhibition using their Wharfedale machine.

£595.00

1912 1d. Violet “Ideal Stamp”. Intaglio printed by Waterlow Bros. & Leyton at the 1912 Jubilee International Exhibition using their Wharfedale machine.

£95.00

1912 Bradbury Wilkinson & Co. Ltd. Superb Publicity card, beautifully engraved in three colours. A rare survivor.

£395.00

1912 Die 2 Crown wmk 1/2d Myrtle green.

£185.00

1912 Die 2 Crown wmk 1d aniline scarlet.

£110.00

1912 KGV Profile Head Die Proof – Coinage Head Die Stage 1g.

£1,800.00

1912 OHMS 1d. Carmine on buff, postal stationery envelope with “On the Official Business of the Board of Agriculture & Fisheries”, numbered 53.

£175.00

1912 Wilkinson Experimental Slot Machine. Cover to Catford with a neat impressed LONDON E.C/ POSTAGE PAID in magenta.

£210.00

1912 ½d. Bluish Green. Die Proof Colour Trial.

£850.00

1912-24 Royal Cypher Watermark Bit. Single example mounted in a sunken card frame and inscribed “TYPE III”.

£325.00

1913 Simple Cypher Watermark Paper.

£195.00

1913 Telephone bill, 5s.11d. with SG306, SG366 & SG395

£80.00

1913 ½ Green KGV Downey used on Post Card of Loch Lomand.

£70.00

1914 1d. Orange. Cheque/ receipt stamp irregularly used at Malvern on 15/2/14 and surcharged.

£85.00

1914 Revenue. Consular Service.

£50.00

1914 Telephone Bill with 14x SG395!

£150.00

1915 “Philatelically inspired” presentation sheet with Royal Cypher values to 1/- plus Seahorse 2/6d DLR.

£300.00

1915 9d. Brown stamped to order, folded envelope, addressed to Edam, Holland.

£250.00

1916 National Philatelic War Fund sheetlets x6, in aid of the Red Cross and St. John.

£450.00

1918 1½d. Brown Post Office Letter Card. “SPECIMEN” Type 26.

£45.00

1918 Stationery. 1½d. Red-brown “cut out” ringed in blue crayon, on envelope addressed to Devon, England.

£90.00

1918 YMCA envelope, endorsed “O.A.S” from Sutton Veny Camp, Wiltshire to South Australia.

£45.00

1919 Parcel label from an Optician in Aberdeen. To Lieutenant in the BEF, Germany.

£75.00

1919 “OH.M.S. – Prisoners of War” Envelope. The P.O.W. expunged…

£275.00

1920 1/- Post Office Savings Bank. SPECIMEN type 26.

£175.00