December 2017 Jubilee Auction – British Empire (GBP) – 7/12/2017 – 8/12/2017

11 Lose
Lot 60089
Burma
1855 (Mar 8) Envelope from Rangoon to Calcutta with 1854 1a red die II, good to large margins, tied by crisp „B/156“ Bengal-type cancel, clear despatch…
Schätzung: 2’000 – 3’000 GBP
Lot 60090
Burma
1855 (May) Entire from Akyab to Calcutta with 1854 2a green (small scuff and vert. filing fold), four margins, paying inland rate up to 1 tola, cancelled…
Schätzung: 800 – 1’000 GBP
Lot 60091
Burma
1855 (Aug 15) Mourning wrapper from Akyab to Calcutta with 1854 1a red die I, cut into and crease at foot, paying the India inland rate up to 1/2 tola,…
Schätzung: 1’200 – 1’500 GBP
Lot 60092
Burma
1856 (Mar 30) Wrapper from Akyab to the UK with 1854 1a red die I, close to large margins (filing fold through stamp), and 1855 8a carmine on blue paper,…
Schätzung: 2’400 – 3’000 GBP
Lot 60093
Burma
1856 (Apr 27) Wrapper from Akyab to Rangoon with 1854 2a green, four margins, tied by „B/156“ Bengal-type cancel on arrival, endorsed „C/o the Fire Queen“…
Schätzung: 1’000 – 1’500 GBP
Lot 60094
Burma
1856 (Jul 30) Wrapper from Tongnoo to „Major Phayre Commissioner of Burmah Rangoon“ bearing 1854 1/2a die I, just cut into with toning, tied by indistinct…
Schätzung: 600 – 800 GBP
Lot 60095
Burma
1856 (Sep 22) Envelope from Toungnoo to the UK with 1854 4a, cut to shape, cancelled by „B/181“ Bengal-type cancel, with despatch cds and London ds adjacent,…
Schätzung: 1’500 – 2’000 GBP
Lot 60096
Burma
1857 (May) Envelope from Moulmein to Calcutta with 1854 1/2a blue die I, four margins, tied to reverse by „B/127“ Bengal-type cancel and Calcutta arrival…
Schätzung: 900 – 1’200 GBP
Lot 60097
Burma
1905 MARITIME MAIL: Ppc of Rangoon franked India used in Burma 3p grey bearing ‚RANGOON 20.2.05‘ cds, alongside Italian ship postmark Ra NAVE LIGURIA,…
Schätzung: 100 – 150 GBP
Lot 60098
Burma
1927 1st flight cover from Burma to Penang franked India KGV 1a (2) tied by Pungyangon cds, boxed violet cachet RANGOON-PENANG / FIRST AIR MAIL / APRIL…
Schätzung: 700 – 900 GBP
Lot 60099
Burma
1949 UPU complete mint set of six all showing SPECIMEN ovpt (Type 2) in red, very fine and scarce
Schätzung: 300 – 400 GBP