2020 Spring Auctions – 30/6/2020 – 2/7/2020

317 lots
Lot 10009
St. Vincent
1861 1d. rose-red, a block of six with rough perforations, very lightly cancelled, fine and scarce used multipleProvenance: R.H. Urwick, October 1964,…
Estimate: 150 – 200 GBP
Lot 10010
St. Vincent
1861 1d. rose-red, clearly showing variety double impression, cancelled “A10”, fine and very scarceProvenance: Peter Jaffé, March 2006
Estimate: 150 – 200 GBP
Lot 10011
St. Vincent
1861 1d. rose-red, clearly showing variety double impression, cancelled “A10”, fine and very scarceProvenance: Peter Jaffé, March 2006Expertise: Cert….
Estimate: 150 – 200 GBP
Lot 10028
St. Vincent
1861 6d deep yellow-green, used with centrally struck “A10” canceller, rough perfs., fine Expertise: Cert. BPSB (2002)
Estimate: 50 – 70 GBP
Lot 10029
St. Vincent
1861 6d. deep yellow-green horizontal pair, fine and lightly cancelled by clear “A10” numeral, a fine &. very used scarce multipleProvenance: Dr. H.J….
Estimate: 200 – 300 GBP
Lot 10031
St. Vincent
THE LARGEST USED MULTIPLE RECORDED1862 6d. deep green, a lightly cancelled horizontal strip of six showing oval bars “A10” strikes, some very minor toning…
Estimate: 300 – 400 GBP
Lot 10040
St. Vincent
1862 6d deep green, imperforate single, used with good margins, lightly cancelled “A10”, fineProvenance: Peter Jaffé, March 2006
Estimate: 100 – 150 GBP
Lot 10051
St. Vincent
1862-68 4d. deep blue, a superb well-centred horizontal strip of three cancelled “A10” in brown, attractive and rareProvenance: L.J. Gilbert-Lodge, May…
Estimate: 200 – 300 GBP
Lot 10062
St. Vincent
1862-68 1s slate-grey, a horizontal strip of three, each neatly cancelled “A10”; the right-hand stamp severed and rejoined, a fine and very rare multiple…
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’200 GBP
Lot 10063
St. Vincent
1862-68 1s slate-grey, a large example with perforations clear of design, neatly cancelled “A10”; one corner perf lightly creased, a fine and exceptional…
Estimate: 300 – 400 GBP
Lot 10092
St. Vincent
1869 1s brown, used horizontal strip of three, fine, a rare multiple as strips of three are the largest known used multiples Provenance: J. Charlton Henry,…
Estimate: 200 – 300 GBP
Lot 10099
St. Vincent
1871 6d. deep green, top right corner sheet marginal block of four, well-centred and struck twice by neat “A10” cancel, a superb used multipleProvenance:…
Estimate: 300 – 400 GBP
Lot 10108
St. Vincent
THE ONLY RECORDED EXAMPLE1d. black horizontal pair, variety imperforate between, lightly cancelled by “A10” canceler in red, the right stamp cut as a bisect;…
Estimate: 600 – 800 GBP
Lot 10109
St. Vincent
1872-75 1d. black with watermark upright, variety imperforate, good to large margins, lightly cancelled in black; light corner crease otherwise fine and…
Estimate: 70 – 100 GBP
Lot 10114
St. Vincent
1872-75 6d. deep blue-green, a very fine horizontal strip of four cancelled by “A10” obliterator in red, perforations re-inforced, an attractive and very…
Estimate: 150 – 200 GBP
Lot 10118
St. Vincent
1873 1s lilac-rose, two used singles, one with red cds, some oxidisation, usual rough perfs., fine (SG £700)
Estimate: 80 – 120 GBP
Lot 10124
St. Vincent
THE LARGEST RECORDED USED MULTIPLE1875 1s claret, a horizontal strip of four, each cancelled “A10” in red; the right-hand stamp defective and the second…
Estimate: 300 – 400 GBP
Lot 10125
St. Vincent
THE UNIQUE IMPERFORATE BETWEEN PAIR1875-77 Wmk Small Star (sideways) 1d black pair with IMPERFORATE BETWEEN variety, neat “A10” barred numeral cancels,…
Estimate: 10’000 – 12’000 GBP
Lot 10137
St. Vincent
1875-77 1s vermilion, a horizontal strip of three each cancelled “A10” in black; all with faults though a very scarce used multipleProvenance: Peter Jaffé,…
Estimate: 100 – 150 GBP
Lot 10143
St. Vincent
1877 4d. deep blue horizontal pair, both lightly cancelled “A10”; some very light staining in places none of which particularly affects appearance, a very…
Estimate: 150 – 200 GBP
Lot 10148
St. Vincent
LARGEST RECORDED MULTIPLE1877-78 6d. light yellow-green, watermark upright, a block of eight, clearly cancelled by accountancy mkg; one with small tear…
Estimate: 300 – 400 GBP
Lot 10149
St. Vincent
ONE OF ONLY TWO RECORDED1877-78 Wmk Small Star (sideways) 1s vermilion perf.15, pos.5, cancelled by accountancy hs, slightly oxidised colour, very fine…
Estimate: 20’000 – 26’000 GBP
Lot 10150
St. Vincent
ONE OF TWO RECORDED EXAMPLES1877-78 1s vermilion, from position 5, cancelled by accountancy postmark, repaired tear at foot, slightly oxidised colour,…
Estimate: 15’000 – 20’000 GBP
Lot 10151
St. Vincent
ONE OF TWO RECORDED EXAMPLES1877-78 1s vermilion, imperforate, cancelled by accountancy postmark, fine (SG £40’000+)One of the great rarities of St. Vincent,…
Estimate: 20’000 – 26’000 GBP
Lot 10167
St. Vincent
LARGEST RECORDED USED MULTIPLE1880 (June) 1s vermilion, a horizontal strip of three mainly lightly cancelled; positions 4-6, minor oxidisation at foot,…
Estimate: 150 – 200 GBP
Lot 10177
St. Vincent
ONLY FIVE DATED EXAMPLES RECORDED1880 (June) Five Shillings: Rose-red, well-centered and neatly cancelled by superb central St. Vincent c.d.s. (15.4.1886),…
Estimate: 600 – 800 GBP
Lot 10194
St. Vincent
1881 (Nov.) “4d” on 1/- bright vermilion First Trial: A single, position 6, neatly cancelled by St. Vincent c.d.s. for 1 December, slightly oxidised colour,…
Estimate: 300 – 400 GBP
Lot 10195
St. Vincent
1881 (Nov.) “4d” on 1/- bright vermilion Second Trial: A single, with short bar at right, but showing stamp at right, centred to lower left, clearly cancelled…
Estimate: 300 – 400 GBP
Lot 10201
St. Vincent
1881 (Nov.) “4d” on 1/- bright vermilion Final Surcharge Setting: A rejoined used pair, from position 27-28, lightly cancelled by “K” abbreviated datestamp…
Estimate: 300 – 400 GBP
Lot 10210
St. Vincent
1881 (Dec.) 1d. drab, a horizontal strip of four, each cancelled “A10”; the left pair with some light staining and the fourth stamp with vertical crease,…
Estimate: 100 – 150 GBP
Lot 10211
St. Vincent
1881 (Dec.) 1d. drab, a block of four each cancelled by accountancy mkgs and with small portion of red c.d.s. at upper left; horizontal ironed-out crease…
Estimate: 400 – 500 GBP
Lot 10215
St. Vincent
1881 (Dec.) 4d. bright blue, horizontal strip of three cancelled by accountancy mkgs; a few minor age stains and some perforation faults, nevertheless…
Estimate: 80 – 120 GBP
Lot 10259
St. Vincent
THE LARGEST BLOCK RECORDED1883-84 CA 1s orange-vermilion, block of six (3×2) cancelled “A10”, fine and extremely rareProvenance: Peter Jaffé, March 2006
Estimate: 200 – 300 GBP
Lot 10287
St. Vincent
1893-94 “FIVE PENCE” on 6d. deep lake, variety surcharge double, lightly cancelled by Parcel Post c.d.s., fine and very rare (SG £3’000)Provenance: Peter…
Estimate: 1’500 – 2’000 GBP
Lot 20040
Mauritius » 1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Earliest Impressions (SG 3-5)
THE LARGEST KNOWN MULTIPLE1d orange-vermilion, BLOCK OF SIX, positions 1-6, good to very large all round except bottom left and right, all cancelled by…
Estimate: 80’000 – 100’000 GBP
Lot 20041
Mauritius » 1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Earliest Impressions (SG 3-5)
2d indigo-blue used pair from positions 5-6, with good to huge margins, barred circle cancels, some light creasing not detracting from the appearance of…
Estimate: 20’000 – 30’000 GBP
Lot 20045
Mauritius » 1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Early Impressions (SG 6-9)
1d vermilion, position 2, close to good margins, used with clear central target cancel, some usual toning, corner thin, very fine appearance and rare (SG…
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’500 GBP
Lot 20046
Mauritius » 1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Early Impressions (SG 6-9)
1d vermilion, position 3, large even margins all round, used with clear central rare ’13’ numeral cancel of Grand River, some usual toning, minor cnr crease,…
Estimate: 2’000 – 3’000 GBP
Lot 20047
Mauritius » 1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Early Impressions (SG 6-9)
1d vermilion, horizontal pair, position 5-6, close to very large uneven margins, used with two strike of the ’14’ numeral cancel from Rivière du Rempert,…
Estimate: 4’000 – 6’000 GBP
Lot 20048
Mauritius » 1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Early Impressions (SG 6-9)
1d vermilion, horizontal pair, position 8-9, good to large margins, used, some usual toning, very fine for the rare used pair (SG £15’000+)Expertise: Signed…
Estimate: 4’000 – 6’000 GBP
Lot 20049
Mauritius » 1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Early Impressions (SG 6-9)
1d vermilion, position 10, close to very large margins, used with ’14’ numeral cancel, tiny filled thin spot and crease in margin top right, some usual…
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’500 GBP
Lot 20050
Mauritius » 1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Early Impressions (SG 6-9)
1d vermilion, horizontal pair, position 11-12, good to very large margins, used with two strike of the clear target cancels, some usual toning, extremely…
Estimate: 4’000 – 6’000 GBP
Lot 20051
Mauritius » 1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Early Impressions (SG 6-9)
1d vermilion, position 11, good to huge margins showing portion next stamp at right, used with unclear central numeral cancel, some usual toning, very…
Estimate: 2’000 – 2’600 GBP
Lot 20052
Mauritius » 1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Early Impressions (SG 6-9)
1d vermilion, position 11, clear to large margins, used with unclear central numeral cancel, some usual toning, very fine appearance and rare (SG £7’500)Expertise:…
Estimate: 2’000 – 2’600 GBP
Lot 20054
Mauritius » 1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Early Impressions (SG 6-9)
1d orange- vermilion, position 1, clear to large uneven margins, used with clear central target cancel, some usual toning, very fine appearance and rare…
Estimate: 2’000 – 2’600 GBP
Lot 20055
Mauritius » 1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Early Impressions (SG 6-9)
1d orange-vermilion, position 8, large even margins showing, used with clear central ‘3’ numeral cancel, some usual toning, very fine appearance and rare…
Estimate: 1’500 – 2’000 GBP
Lot 20056
Mauritius » 1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Early Impressions (SG 6-9)
1d orange-vermilion, position 11, just clear to good margins, used with unclear central numeral cancel, small tear at top above ‘T’, some usual toning,…
Estimate: 800 – 1’200 GBP
Lot 20059
Mauritius » 1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Early Impressions (SG 6-9)
2d blue, position 7 showing the famous and popular “PENOE” for “PENCE” error, used with large to very large uneven margins, cancelled by central “14” target…
Estimate: 5’000 – 8’000 GBP
Lot 20060
Mauritius » 1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Early Impressions (SG 6-9)
2d blue, position 9, slightly touched to clear margins, used with numeral “3” in circular bars of Souillac, repaired at left, very rare (SG £9’000)Expertise:…
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’500 GBP
Lot 20065
Mauritius » 1848-59 Post Paid Issue » Intermediate Impressions (SG 10-15)
ONLY KNOWN DOUBLE PRINT2d blue, position 6, showing the extremely rare DOUBLE PRINT error, used with close to barely touching four margins, an impressive…
Estimate: 6’000 – 8’000 GBP