Sale 9


British Commonwealth Area Collections
 
 
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Lot 444
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British Africa, Primarily George VI and Elizabeth though some Victoria and Geo V, 580 incredibly fresh and clean stamps, on stock pages, probably 50% never hinged, includes good Aden and Gambia, Northern and So, Rhodesia Nyasaland, Somaliland, Swaziland also about 50% of U.P.U Omnibus.
SG £2,500 for hinged.
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Lot 445
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British Africa, Primarily Cape, Transvaal and South Africa, useful group of about 50 stamps and bilingual pairs, primarily in dealer envelopes and auction lots, includes 1st issue S.A. to 5sh, ZAR's, VRI's, some not counted, fine to very fine.
Scott $1,175.
Est. Cash Val. $250 - 300.
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Lot 446
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British Asia, Collection, Primarily George VI and Elizabeth, though some Victoria and Geo IV, 175 incredible fresh and clean stamps on stock pages, 175 incredible fresh and clean stamps on stock pages, probably 50% never hinged includes Ceylon India, North Borneo, Pakistan, Sarawak, Singapore, almost all in complete sets.
SG £1,010 for hinged.
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Lot 447
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British Asia & Australasia, Selection of 45 mostly used and unused stamps, in dealer envelopes and auction lot sheets, comprising Sarawak $700, No. Borneo $234, Japanese Occupation of Malayan States $225, India $163, Fiji $187 and misc. $150, some not counted o.g. some never hinged.
Scott $1,659 Est. Cash Val. $300 - 350.
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Lot 448
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British Commonwealth, British West Indies, 20th century, a very useful stock of many mint stamps, on stock pages, many cataloging in the £100 to £200 range, also a haphazard stock book of mixed used and unused, important material catalogues alone £3100 though not much not counted plus 2 sheets of 120 of Bermuda (SG 44, 44a).
Est. Cash Val. $1,000 - 1,250.
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Lot 449

British Commonwealth, Early 20th century, approximately 81 covers, a few to 1950's, comprised of strong Barbados, Bermuda, Grenada, Jamaica, Montserrat, nice combinations, many cards with retail pricing alone totaling well over $1000 and generally in the $10 to $100 range, great retail stock.
Est. Cash Val. $500 - 600.
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Lot 450

British Commonwealth, Mostly 20th Century, a mix-mox of a few hundred stamps and a few covers, many on old auction lot sheets, British Honduras, Griqualand West, Iraq, Great Britain Seahorses, an ornate Penny Post front, see on the website and appreciate the selection.
Est. Cash Val. $400 - 600.
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Lot 451
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British Commonwealth, SPECIMENS: Incomplete Sets, 202 stamps, well organized in stock book with all sets documented as to missing stamps. When the set has high values or is substantially complete, catalogue value as a complete set is included, l.h. to o.g., £5000 as complete with many not counted at all, fine to very fine.
Est. Cash Val. $1,000 - 1,250.
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Lot 452
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British Commonwealth, SPECIMENS: "ULTRAMAR" overprints 30 stamps, comprising Antigua B.G., Cape, Caymans, Domenica, Jamaica, Leewards, Mauritius, Nigeria, Rhodesia, Sarawak, St. Kitts, Lucia and Vincent, rare group.
Est. Cash Val. $500 - 600.
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Lot 453
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British Commonwealth, SPECIMENS: "ESPECIMEN" overprint 6 stamps, none listed, N.Nigeria S.G. D4 perfed, Sarawak S.G. 66, So. Rhodesia S.G. 17,19a, St. Vincent S.G. 135a, 137, "COLONIAS" 4 stamps overprint Caymans S.G. 41, St. Lucia S.G. 80,83,87.
Est. Cash Val. $250 - 300.
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Lot 454
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British Commonwealth, SPECIMENS, generally early 20th century, 155, all in complete sets and singles all catalogued, mostly l.h. to o.g. though ocassional never hinged or unused, includes Antigua, Barbados, B.E.A., Ceylon, Trinidad, etc., fine to very fine.
SG £4,730 Est. Cash Val. $2,000 - 2,500.
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Lot 455
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British Commonwealth, SPECIMENS Varieties: 10 stamps with broken "M", from Antigua, Caymans, Ceylon, Grenada, Leewards plus dot in "P" from Caymans, interesting group, plus 3 multiples from Mauritius with values blocked off, 2 strips of 3 each on piece, and 3 singles on one piece all with new values surcharged, rare group.
Est. Cash Val. $200 - 250.
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Lot 456
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British Commonwealth, SPECIMENS: 26 stamps bearing Gabon receiving marks, comprising Brit. Sol. Isl. S.G. 22,29,30,33-36, Fiji S.G. 125,128,134, Gilbert & Ellis S.G. 8,10,15, 17-19, 21-23, New Hebrides S.G. 12,21,24, Sarawak S.G. 9,10,16,17 (no Specimen overprint), very rare.
Est. Cash Val. $200 - 250.
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Lot 457

British Commonwealth, 1935, Silver Jubilee Issue Omnibus Set, l.h. mounted in specially prepared book, very fine.
SG £1,500.
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Lot 458
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British Commonwealth, 1935, Silver Jubilee Issue Omnibus Set, 271 stamps, missing only Falklands, all neatly arranged on stock pages l.h., some never hinged, very fine.
SG £1,500 Est. Cash Val. $400 - 500.
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Lot 459
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British Commonwealth, 1948-49, Royal Silver Wedding, 62 of 310 stamps, catalog value for 310 stamps, o.g. some never hinged, very fine.
SG £2,240.
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Lot 460

British West Indies, Small but useful group of 20 Victorian stamps, includes all but a couple o.g., include St. Christopher S.G. 1a, Montserrat S.G. 2.5, St. Lucia S.G.7,12, St. Lucia S.G.8, St. Vincent S.G.67-75, plus a few not counted, almost all on auction lot sheets, fine to very fine (SG #1a,2,5,7,12,8,67-75).
SG £871.
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