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1912 1d. Black “Ideal Stamp”. Intaglio printed by Waterlow Bros. & Leyton at the 1912 Jubilee International Exhibition using their Wharfedale machine.
Superb right hand marginal block of 12 on ungummed imperforate paper. ..
£195.00
1912 1d. Blue “Ideal Stamp”. Intaglio printed by Waterlow Bros. & Leyton at the 1912 Jubilee International Exhibition using their Wharfedale machine…
designed by T. S. Harrison a Waterlow stamp designer and the plate made by Miller & Motley. P..
£360.00
1912 1d. Greenish Grey “Ideal Stamp”. Intaglio printed by Waterlow Bros. & Leyton at the 1912 Jubilee International Exhibition using their Wharfedale machine…
designed by T. S. Harrison a Waterlow stamp designer and the plate made by Miller & Motley. P..
£135.00
1912 1d. Violet “Ideal Stamp”. Intaglio printed by Waterlow Bros. & Leyton at the 1912 Jubilee International Exhibition using their Wharfedale machine.
Imperforate block of 60… the upper five rows from the sheet with margins on three sides. Superb u..
£595.00
1912 1d. Violet “Ideal Stamp”. Intaglio printed by Waterlow Bros. & Leyton at the 1912 Jubilee International Exhibition using their Wharfedale machine.
Most attractive right marginal perforated block of nine… mounted in margin and on one stamp only ..
£95.00
SG387 1913 7d. Trial by Miller and Motley, using their Printex machine.
A very fine single from the plate of four, with even shading behind the head. ..
SG Number: SG387
£350.00
SG387/ 389 1913 7d. Trial by Miller and Motley, using their Printex machine.
A very fine single from the plate of four with partial shading behind head.  ..
SG Number: SG387
£350.00
SG387/ 3891913 7d. Trial by Miller and Motley, using their Printex machine.
A superb corner example from the plate of four. Attractive. (Solid shading behind head). ..
SG Number: SG387
£395.00
SG390 1913 8d. Trial by Miller and Motley, using their Printex machine.
A very fine single from the plate of four with solid shading behind the head.  ..
SG Number: SG390
£350.00
SG390 1913 8d. Trial by Miller and Motley, using their Printex machine.
A very fine single from the plate of 4, with graduated shading behind the head.  ..
SG Number: SG390
£350.00
SG441 1934 1½d. Red-brown. “Photogravure”. Norris Correspondence. Hand illustrated envelope depicting a cartoon character waving their arms.
Sent from SYDENHAM to COODEN with a wavy line machine cancellation for 21. JAN. 1935. Paper adher..
SG Number: SG441
£55.00
The Evolution of British Stamped Postcards & Letter Cards, Their History & Documentation. By H. Dagnall, M.A.
Published by the Author, 1985. Slight creasing on the paper sleeve but otherwise in very good con..
£25.00