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A List of Books on the Postal History, Postmarks and Adhesive Postage and Revenue Stamps of Great Britain. Second Edition. Compiled by Arnold M. Strange

£5.00

“Paquebot” and “Ship Letter” Cancellations of the World 1894-1951 by M. A. Studd.

£30.00

“SG2” 1847 Whiting Essays from Art Journal page. Complete and in above-average condition. Attractive.

£395.00

“SG62” c. 1860 Weymouth and Portland Rose “fan” with views on both sides of various landmarks of Dorset.

£400.00

“SG62” c.1860 Rose. Souvenir envelope and enclosure which opens out into the shape of a Rose with illustrations of European places of worship and interest to the tourist (both sides).

£595.00

1840 1d. Mulready A19, Blue Advert for English & Scottish Law Fire and Life Assurance.

£325.00

1840 1d. Mulready envelope A 150 First Day of Use. Birmingham to Kent via London, with both dispatch and transit cds’s dated MY.6.1840- unusual to find a cds on the front.

£8,000.00

1840 1d. Mulready envelope A145. Bakewell to Rye, cancelled with a pinkish-red maltese cross and matching despatch cds.

£450.00

1840 1d. Mulready envelope, A150, First Day of Use. Birmingham to Kent via London, with both dispatch and transit cds’s dated MY.6.1840.

£8,000.00

1840 2d. Mulready envelope, a202, London to Bath, underpaid with circular “More to Pay” and m/s “4” (double the defficiency of 2d).

£2,750.00

1840 Mulready. Stereo A24, Forme 2. Lettersheet. A pretty cover, neatly cancelled by a Bristol vermilion maltese cross and a matching cds for JU.12.1840 to Nuneaton, Coventry.

£1,350.00

1841 1d. Mulready envelope, A165, Driffield to Bridlington. Neat black maltese cross with despatch and arrival cds’s on the front.

£395.00

1842 1d. Pink envelope. Neat Edinburgh mc, used locally. Clean and fresh.

£110.00

1843 1d. Mulready Advert wrapper (Atlas Insurance Co.), neatly folded and sent to Colchester. Superb no. 9 in maltese cross.

£1,850.00

1843 1d. Pink stationery envelope, small size, sent from Dublin to Wexford and cancelled with the distinctive Dublin maltese cross, which has a constant break in the outer cross.

£225.00

1844 1d. Pink Envelope (Huggins EP3b). Used from ROSS to CASTLECOMER and cancelled by the very rare and distinctive straight sided ROSS MALTESE CROSS in black.

£12,500.00

1844 1d. Pink front and top flap only, with a perfect black maltese cross and lovely Aspatria udc in blue – Allerdale. Stunning!

£150.00

1846. Late use Mulready 1d. (A21), Southwold to Yarmouth; neat “838” numeral with Southwold Penny Post alongside and crisp receiving cds dated MY.20.1846.

£695.00

1854 1d. Red-brown pl.173 (KB) and 1d. Orangey-brown pl. 191 (RK) on cover to Southampton to Sailsbury.

£350.00

1854 Entire to Cheltenham, sent unpaid and cancelled with the Reading “Biscuit” spoon (sideways duplex).

£150.00

1855 LOCAL GLASGOW Valentine. Boxed Scots local on pair of 1d’s. Very attractive and rare.

£900.00

1857 Large Garter Watermark Paper. Right hand marginal piece with nine complete impressions and three partials…

£525.00

1858 Stoke on Trent Spoon on unpaid cover to NY, dated MY.18.58. Superb “Br. Packet Boston” and postage due to the US of 19 cents.

£275.00

1859 1d. Pink Envelope. Uprated with 2d. Blue Pl.7 (SG45) and 4d. Carmine (SG66) and sent by Registered mail from LEICESTER to ASHBY DE LA ZOUCH.

£550.00

1859 Inbound entire from Calcutta to London and then re-directed on arrival.

£395.00

1864 Admiralty cover, prepaid “Official Paid” red cds for 10.11.64 and superb DIRECTOR of TRANSPORT SERVICES cachet in blue.

£125.00

1870 ½d. Post Card. Sloper – Orb and Cross Machine Punched Cancellation.

£850.00

1875 Telegraph Stamps. Hand Painted Essays from the De La Rue Archives. The ½d (2), 1d, 3d, 4d (2), 6d (2), 1s, 5s (2) and 10s. each finely painted in black and Chinese white on thick card.

£47,500.00

1877 1/2d. Post card. Used locally in London and cancelled by a superb crisp red thimble cds.

£125.00

1878 1d. Pink envelope, uprated with 2d. blue, plate 15 and sent Registered from Lymington to London.

£200.00

1879 Tender, Mc Corquodate+Co, Stationary card on white card, marked “1” in m/s on the reverse and o’ptd “SPECIMEN” in red. Scarce.

£195.00

1879 Tender, Mc Corquodate+Co, Stationary on card, marked “2” in m/s on the reverse and o’ptd “SPECIMEN” in red. Scarce.

£195.00

1880 Tender Essays. Perkins Bacon Surface Printed Essays Engraved by W Ridgeway. Cut-down Die Proof/Colour Trial for the 1½d. value printed in Red-brown and mounted on card. Rare.

£295.00

1880’s. Unapproproiated Die Proof of Queen Victoria’s head in sunken mount with diadem but no chignon ribbon. Fresh and fine.

£375.00

1884 1/- Deep Brown, a complete sheet of the NTC Ltd. Unmounted. Attractive and unusual.

£120.00

1884 1/- NTC Ltd. A complete sheetlet of 12. Unmounted original gum. Attractive and unusual.

£100.00

1884 3d. Die Proof. Printed in black on white glazed card lettered HB and inscribed “DE LA RUE LONDON”.

£800.00

1886 2½d Lake with blue advertising ring – Browne and Rosenheim, addressed to Montauban, France.

£475.00

1887 “Jubilee” Issue. ½d, 1½d, 2½d, 4½d. and 5d. Lovely fresh blocks of four superbly cancelled contrary to regulations by single CORK c.d.s’s for 23. JA. 22.

£495.00

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

£575.00

1891 PO Notice re Postal Orders and Savings Bank at Brighton, Cannon Place.

£175.00

1891 ½d. Wrapper, sent underpaid, Tullypowrie, OC.16.91 and charged a 1d. postage due on arrival.

£45.00

1894 1s. Green and 4d. Vermilion embossed on Thornton Pickard Per Parcel Post label.

£310.00

1895 10d. Brown Foreign and Colonial Telegrams. Exceptionally fine unused example.

£75.00

1895 Revenue. £1 violet and black CIVIL SERVICE overprint. Superb used on small part form

£125.00

1896 Railway Station postmarks, Cape of Good Hope postcard, underpaid charge “T/5c” and “1d/F.B” to Hastings.

£35.00

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

£50.00

1899 1d. Pink and 1906 1d. Red envelopes advertising “JOHN OAKEY & SONS Ltd. LONDON” – Wellington Knife Polish.

£250.00

1901 1d. Pink envelope, sent Registered from Berlin to London and cancelled upon arrival, 28.JY.01.

£650.00

1907 1d. Fiscal on cover from Angmering to Worthing, not allowed for postage and charged 2d. on arrival.

£65.00

1907 De La Rue Britannia Dummy stamp, die proof. Superb impression, clear background to head and dated May 13th 1907.

£350.00

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

£1,000.00

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

£200.00

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

£125.00

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

£250.00

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

£325.00

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

£85.00

1914 Stamp Duty 2/- Blue and red brown of Antigua, used to Hackney and cancelled King William Street cds.

£225.00