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“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 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

1842 1d. Pink envelope to Chipping Norton, crisply cancelled with the CLITHEROE maltese cross.

£275.00

1843 1d. Mulready letter sheet A236, Advert for ATLAS ASSURANCE CO. sent from London to the Isle of Wight, then re-directed to Reading.

£575.00

1843 1d. Pink envelope to Ludlow, sent from Knighton (udc on reverse) with a fine, clean mc cancelling the pink.

£175.00

1843 1d. Pink stationery envelope, small size, sent from Dublin to Wexford

£225.00

1843 1d. Pink Stationery envelope. London No.7 in maltese cross. Good strike of the mc on cover to Sir Thomas Phillipps of Worcester.

£135.00

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

1845 1d. Pink envelope, 905 numeral of Wolverhampton to Cheltenham, with a superb strike of the rare “Missent To/ Railway Post Office” in black.

£1,500.00

1846 1d. pink sent from BRISTOL to CHELTENHAM, Registered at the 1s. rate, paid in cash.

£475.00

1847 The Post Magazine used in Liverpool.

£475.00

1848 1d. Pink envelope to St. John’s Wood, neatly cancelled by the 61 numeral in oval of bars of Willesden.

£150.00

1849 1d. Pink sent from HADLEIGH, neatly cancelled with the BLUE 328 numeral.

£225.00

1855 Envelope sent from Portsmouth to Cork without postage… cancelled by the sideways 625 duplex for DE.4.1855.

£400.00

1855 unpaid cover sent to Early, Reading. Charged just 3d. postage due, not double the deficiency?

£95.00

1857 1d. Pink, superbly cancelled with the largest spoon cancel of Wolverhampton.

£325.00

1858 1d. Pink stationery envelope sent from Kilmelford to London with a crisp strike of the boxed Scots Local cancel, type VIII.

£400.00

1859 Stationery. 1d. Pink envelope. Fine used example, cancelled by the Kingston experimental duplex.

£160.00

1861 De La Rue. “EXPERIMENTAL POSTAGE – THREE PENCE” Essay with the head of King Pedro V of Portugal defaced by a cross.

£800.00

1878/ 80 De La Rue, Progressive head die, 1879 with front of a neck outlined further below the chin.

£495.00

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

£95.00

1879 Tender Essays – McCorquodale Submission for the 1d. Value – Engraved by Hooper.

£250.00

1879 Tender Essays – McCorquodale Submission for the 1d. Value – Engraved by Hooper. 1894 Lithographic re-production “Die Proof”

£150.00

1879 Tender Essays – McCorquodale Submission for the 1d. Value. Small dummy stamp printed in claret on thin white paper.

£40.00

1879 Tender Essays – Perkins Bacon Submission for the 1d. Value.

£300.00

1879 Tender Essays – Perkins Bacon Submission for the 1d. Value.

£300.00

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

1883 De La Rue Schemes. The new Small Head Die Proof.

£1,500.00

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

£120.00

1885 ½d. Brown wrapper advertising the “GLOUCESTER JOURNAL” sent from GLOUCESTER to DUNSLEY (Staffs) cancelled by a crisp July 1885 c.d.s.

£30.00

1891 1/2d. Brown post card, unaddressed with excellent strike of the German Exhibition B.O S.W.

£165.00

1900 1d. Brown wrapper from W. H. Smith to the Straits Settlements, redirected with Jahore 1c green to Sumatra.

£595.00

1900 COMPULSORY REGISTRATION- letter from the USA to Cumberland.

£295.00

1900 “The Lord Chancellor” – Proof strike of the official certifying handstamp on a virtually pristine envelope with embossed seal on reverse.

£250.00

1901 1/2d. Green, wrapper to Bishops Stortford perfined DLR – de la Rue – the official stamp printers. Unusual.

£40.00

1903 Admiralty Official envelope addressed to the “Officer Commanding I.S.S Formidable” at Portishead.

£750.00