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SG401 1913 5/- Rose carmine (Waterlow). Superb unmounted, original gum corner example.


SG315 1911 2/6d. Somerset House. Dull greyish purple (F). Superb unmounted, original gum.


SG413a 1918 2/6d. Dull sepia brown. A superb unmounted marginal example of this scarce shade.


SG407 1915 2/6d. Grey-brown, superb unmounted, original gum corner example.


SG2 1840 turned cover, Henley-on-Thames to Reading then re-used back to Henley-on-Thames.


SG43 1874 1d. Rose-red, plate 160 with “O.U.S” underprint (wide setting, reading up).


SG17/ 42 1856 1d. Red-brown LC14, NJ, on mourning cover.


SG2 1840 1d. Black, plate 1b, AF, close to good margins, on redirected cover to Cave.


SG225, SG232 and SG242 on a Post Card from West Norward to Germany.


SG232c 1908 3d. on neat Registered cover to New York City, USA.


SG225 1902 Registered envelope addressed to Trier, Germany.


SG225 1902 2d. Pale Greyish Green and Scarlet vermilion used on KEVII ½d Green embossed stationery envelope.


SG219 1902 1d. Scarlet on Post Card depicting “PORTO DE LISBOA” addressed to CORNWALL




SG218 1902 ½d. Yellowish Green on P.P.C. of Fountains Abbey sent locally.


SG218 1902 ½d. Yellowish Green on P.P.C. sent from MANCHESTER to LEVENSHULME


SG219 1902 1d. Scarlet ‘POSTED IN ADVANCE FOR DELIVERY ON XMAS DAY R.O 1903’. Rochdale 2nd Type.


SG219 1903 Egypt to Brighton via London. Stamps cancelled on arrival.


SG218a 1906 2½d. Stationery envelope sent from Barry, Glamorgan to London.


SG217 1904 ½d. Pale Yellowish Green. Stationery cover, WEST-LISS to S.H. Ferraud, 60th. Rifles, PORT SAID “Via Italian packet”


SG8 1842 1d. Red-brown, plate 22, GE, used to redirect the entire from London to Chudleigh, originally sent from Rome.


SG8 1843 1d. Red-brown, IC, on complete wrapper from New York to London, redirected to Cheltenham.


SG172var 1881 1d. Lilac “displaced cliche” stamp R20/12. Unmounted, original gum.


SG194 1883 6d. Dull green. Very fine used block of 8, AK-DL.


SG8 1843 1d. Red-brown, plate 31, JH, on entire, London to Dungavvan, Ireland.


1840 1d. Mulready envelope, A138. Superb used, Taunton to Bristol.


SG195 1883 Parcel Post label “Old Charlton (under Woolwich).


SG409 1915 De La Rue 5/- Carmine. Superb used pair, neat Guernsey cds’s.


SG410 1915 5/- DLR pale carmine, worn plate. Superb used strip of 4.


SG172 1881 1d. Lilac, die II “X inverted” control.


SG7 1841 1d. Red-brown, plate 1b, AG. A brilliant marginal example with perfect black maltese cross.


SG2 1840 1d. Black, plate 1a, NC-ND, superb square margined pair.


SG2 1840 1d. Black, plate 1b, strip of 4, KB-KE with KD showing re-cut sideline.


SG2 1840 1d. Black, plate 5, HF. Superb used example, excellent square margins.


SG5 1840 2d. Blue, plate 1, IE. Superb used, neat red maltese cross.


SG40 1858 Scots Local Registered cover, Glendaruel in blue to Dunoon, from Cairndow.


SG17/ 42 1857 Scots Local Registered cover, Ardnamurchan to Edinburgh.


SG14 and SG19 1854 Registered wrapper, Manchester to Macclesfield (Brocklehurst correspondence).


SG68 1857 Registered envelope, Liverpool to London, with the rare Liverpool Registered Spoon cancel.


SG23 1855 2d. Blue, plate 4, perf. 14 strip, IG – IH paying Registration on 1d. pink envelope.


SG34 1856 Superb Madeleine Smith cancel on Registered wrapper, Glasgow to Liverpool.


SG72 1858 Registered wrapper to Canada with 4d., 6d. and 1/-, the first three surface printed stamps!


SG68 1860 1d. Pink, uprated with 6d. paying Registration, London to Lancaster.


SG8 1848 1d. Red-brown, DL, neat square margins on cover, Tarporley to Macclesfield, via Crewe.


SG19 1855 2d. Blue, plate 4, HD-HF paying Registration with 1d. star “GB” paying postage.


1842 2d. Mulready front addressed to Wareham and sent Registered.


SG68 1860 Superb wrapper, Glasgow to Bolton.


SG68 1859 6d. Lilac, plus 2x 1d. Stars, paying Registration and Postage.


SG14 1849 Registered Mail. A matched pair of covers BROCKLEHURST correspondence.


SG517 & 519 1952 1½d. Green and 2½d. Carmine-red. Harrison & Sons Ltd. Souvenir Presentation Card.


SG17 1854 1d. Red-brown, plate 174, CK-CL pair, grossly misperforated to the upper left.


SG17 1854 1d. Red-brown, plate 167, AB. Double perforated.


SG23 1855 2d. Blue, plate 4, perf. 14, FI “short stamp” and double perforated.


SG21 1855 1d. Red-brown, plate 1, SC. Extremely long stamp.


SG17 1854 1d. Red-brown, plate 164 on cover, Bridgewater to Exeter.


SG14, SG19 & SG23 1849/ 1855 2d. Blues, plate 4, CE Re-Entry.


SG2 1842 1d. Black, plate 7, HJ, on wrapper from LEWES to the distillers, “Booth’s”, of gin fame.


SG8 1843 1d. Red-brown, plate 20, SJ – double “S”. Superb large margined example clearly showing this variety.


SG8 1842 1d. Red-brown, plate 21, ML “M over K”. Very fine used on cover from Derby to Belper.


SG8 1842 1d. Red-brown, plate 23, NJ, on cover to LISKEARD.