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1879 Tender Essays for the 1d. Value. Perkins Bacon Submission. Single example taken from a horizontal strip of six from the sheetlet of 36…


1941 3d pale violet COIL JOIN pair within a strip of 4.


1951 Colour Change. 1/2d pale orange COIL-JOIN pair in strip of 4, u/m.


c.1900 “INTERNATIONAL STAMPING MACHINE Co. LTD”. FIXO coil machine testing label strip of four… unmounted o.g. Unusual.


KEVII 1d. & 2½d. used in ASCENSION Island… strip of three and a pair with c.d.s. cancellations for 1911 and 1912 respectively. Scarce.


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


SG117 1870 1/- Green, plate 4 (spray watermark), strip of 3, KA-KC paying triple rate, from Manchester to Mexico.


SG163 1881 1/- Orange-brown, plate 13, CL-EL. Vertical strip used with 855 Telegraphic Railway numeral of Ludgate Hill.


SG166 1881 1d. Venetian-red strip of 4, HA-HD, on neat cover from Monte Video to Exeter, cancelled on arrival in London.


SG17/ 42 1857 1d. Red-brown strip of 4, GI-GL. Stamps on entire are cancelled by the 660 numerals of Rugely and in transit, by the Shrewsbury type B spoon.


SG170 1881 1d. Lilac, Die I, strip of 3 on underpaid cover, Isle of Wight to the Royal Yacht Squadron in Genoa.


SG172 1881 1d. Lilac. Die II. Strip of three on 2d. Blue registered stationery envelope, from Liverpool to Germany.


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


SG172 1899 1d. Lilac strip on RED advertising envelope, Portrush to Ontario, Canada.


SG172 1901 1d. Lilac die II strip of 3 on registered cover to Cape Colony.


SG19 1854 2d. Blue pl. 4, ID-IF, strip of 3, paying the double rate of 6d.


SG19/ 20 1854 2d. Pale blue plate 4, TA – TC strip on cover, paying Registration with 1d. (SG17) paying postage.


SG191 1884 3d. Lilac, EE-EG. A fine strip of 3 with Glasgow cds’s for JY.12.84.


SG192 1885 4d. Dull green strip of 3, paying the 1/- rate, London to Costa Rica.


SG24 & 62 1855 1d. Red-brown (CD – CF) and 1855 4d. Carmine. Used to uprate 1d. Pink Stationery envelope sent from BURY, LANCS to DUSSELDORF.


SG286 1911 4d. Bright Orange. Harrison. P15 X 14. Fine unused original gum (upper strip u/m).


SG29 1855 1d. Red-brown (BF-BI) plate 23. Die II. LC. P.14. Fine used strip of four.


SG29 1855 1d. Red-brown (MJ-ML). Die II. LC. P.14 used strip of three cancelled by LEWES 451 numerals.


SG29 1855 1d. Red-brown, plate 32 (CA-CF) Die II. LC. P.14. Spec C8. Very fine used strip of six.


SG328 Railway Station postmarks; “Sunningdale Station / Ascot”, cancelling strip of 3 1d’s on Registered cover to Wimbledon.


SG34 1855 2d. Blue, plate 5, IH-IL. LC.P.14. Fine used strip of five, cancelled by duplex handstamps.


SG34 1855 2d. Blue, plate 5. LC14, DA-DC, DB re-entry. A very fine strip of 3.


SG34 1855 Dublin Irish Spoons, cancelling strip of 4 2d. blues (end stamp damaged) to Kingston, Canada.


SG34 1856 2d. Blue plate 5, MB-MD strip of 3, on large part cover, Ballyragget to London.


SG341a 1912 die 2, watermark Crown 1d. Scarlet. No cross on crown, unmounted, original gum in marginal strip of 3.


SG344 1912 ½d. Green. Wmk. Simple Cypher. Die 2. Unused o.g. control strip of three with the “12” of the “B 12” control number missing!


SG346 1912 ½d. Green. Die 2. Wmk Multiple Cypher. Coil join in strip of six. Very fine.


SG351 1913 ½d. Green. Royal Cypher. Unused o.g. strip of three with a most unusual inking variety leaving unprinted sections on each stamp.


SG351s 1912/ 22 1/2d. Green SPECIMEN type 26. Rare B.13 control strip of 3. A colour standard.


SG352 1913 ½d. Bright-green. Royal Cypher. “POSTAGE” Watermark. Very fine unmounted o.g. vertical strip of six with selvedge at top.


SG354var 1912/ 22 1/2d. Olive-green. Very fine, original gum G15 control strip, mounted on centre stamp.