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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.


1856 (12 Sp) 1d. Pink, used to Plymouth, LATE WATCHET MX use – rare late use.


1902 1/2d. Blue green Stationery envelope. Very early use, from Constantinople to Berne.


SG126 1867 5/- Rose, plate 1, GB-HB. Superb Telegraphic use, 1438 numeral of Victoria, London.


SG14 1849 2d. Blue, plate 4, BH. Spectacle variety. An excellent example. Late use with London P16 cancel – variety clearly seen.


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.


SG17 1894 1d. Red-brown, plate R5, AC, SC16. Very late use, Edinburgh double ring cds for 1894!


SG172 1899. Experimental Registered envelopes, one used, one mint with precise instructions on how to use – addressed to Major Evans.


SG178 / SG183 1883/ 84 Telegraphic use of 2/6d. – 10s. set of 3, with nice colours.


SG24 1855 1d. Red-brown, CB. Very fine used, late use of black maltese cross. Rare.


SG249 1911 London Parcel Post label. Grove Park, Lee S. E.


SG36 1857 1d. Rose-red Pl.46 (OJ). Die II. LC. P.16. Provisional use of the Perforation Gauge 16. ASCOG Scots Local Handstamp.


SG36 1857 1d. Rose-red, plate 45, MJ. Provisional use of p.16 gauge, LC. Very fine used on nice dated piece.


SG42a SGC13 1862 1d. Rose-red (BG – CH). Die II. LC. P.14. Provisional use of the Reserve Plate


SG8 1862 1d. Red-brown, QG. Late use of imperf. 1d. Cancelled 511 of Market Harborough and re-directed with 2d. pl. 9, from Towcaster.


SG9 / 12 1867 1d. Pale red-brown (orangy shade), IJ, plate 151. Superb late use on neat blue envelope.


SG9 1865 1d. Pale red-brown, plate 98, TH. Superb used, neat Arundel single cds for NO.4.1865- a very late use of this plate!


SGC13 1862 1d. Pale Rose-red Pl.R15 (GB). Provisional use of Reserve Plates.


SGC13 1862 1d. Rose-red Pl.R16 (QL). Provisional use of Reserve Plates.


SGL 1890 3d. Telegraph plate 1, perfined GP + Co., Grace Produce Co., from Bethnal Green to Canada. Rare “official” use of aTelegrapgh stamp.


SGME1. 1d. Mulready Letter Sheet. Experimental period in London of the black MC. Local use dated Oct.5.1840.