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1178 lots

Lot 60000

Stamp Boxes
English Silver Boxes: 1892 Birmingham two compartment box by Deakin & Francis, heavily embossed throughout with floral and curlique scrolls, the hinged…
Estimate: 100 – 150 GBP
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Lot 60001

Stamp Boxes
English Silver Boxes: 1893 Birmingham silver and tortoiseshell stamp case and letter clip combined by Horton & Aliday, the tortoiseshell base mounted with…
Estimate: 400 – 600 GBP
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Lot 60002

Stamp Boxes
English Silver Boxes: 1894 Birmingham three compartment box by Deakin & Francis, heavily embossed throughout, the hinged lid at top showing a scene of…
Estimate: 300 – 400 GBP
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Lot 60003

Stamp Boxes
English Silver Boxes: 1897 Silver stamp box in the shape of a bowl with three stamp compartments with sprung hinged lids, engraved “July 1898”, made by…
Estimate: 300 – 400 GBP
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Lot 60004

Stamp Boxes
English Silver Boxes: 1897 Silver stamp box with three compartments and sprung hinged lid, ornate curved feet, gilt interior (slightly worn), hallmarked…
Estimate: 100 – 150 GBP
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Lot 60005

Stamp Boxes
English Silver Boxes: 1899 Birmingham silver two compartment stamp and card case combined by A&J Zimmerman, plain flat design with a hinged lid at top…
Estimate: 50 – 70 GBP
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Lot 60006

Stamp Boxes
Group of 5 silver stamp boxes incl. 1903 Birmingham silver three compartment box in the form of a trough with a decoratively engraved hinged lid a top…
Estimate: 80 – 100 GBP
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Lot 60007

Stamp Boxes
English Silver Boxes: 1907 Silver stamp box in the form of a wheelbarrow, 25mm tall, with sprung hinged lid and gilt interior, hallmarked Birmingham with…
Estimate: 400 – 600 GBP
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Lot 60008

Stamp Boxes
English Silver Boxes: 1908 Silver & glass stamp box and damping well, with hinged lid and double stamp compartment, hallmarked London with Cohen & Charles…
Estimate: 100 – 150 GBP
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Lot 60009

Stamp Boxes
English Silver Boxes: 1909 Birmingham silver novelty stamp box in the form of William Shakespeare’s desk as seen at his house in Stratford Upon Avon, the…
Estimate: 500 – 700 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 1’200

Lot 60010

Stamp Boxes
English Silver Boxes: 1913 London silver and alabaster three compartment box, the base and hinged lid attached to a silver collar, the lid also inlaid…
Estimate: 100 – 150 GBP
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Lot 60011

Stamp Boxes
American Silver Boxes: Sterling silver three compartment box, plain design with an applied floral pattern for the feet and on the hinged lid opening to…
Estimate: 100 – 150 GBP
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Lot 60012

Stamp Boxes
American Silver Boxes: Sterling silver stamp box with double compartment, lid in relief depicting a cherub holding a lady, very fine and rare
Estimate: 100 – 150 GBP
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Lot 60013

Stamp Boxes
American Silver Boxes: Sterling silver two compartment case by Tiffany & Co, with embossed flowers and ferns all around, gilt sloped interior, very fine
Estimate: 100 – 150 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 90

Lot 60014

Stamp Boxes
American Boxes: Silver-plated two compartment box embossed throughout with a floral and curlique design, the hinged lid at top opening to two sloped compartments;…
Estimate: 100 – 150 GBP
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Lot 60015

Stamp Boxes
American Silver Boxes: Sterling silver box with filigree pattern, with two sloping compartments inside, very fine
Estimate: 100 – 150 GBP
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Lot 60016

Stamp Boxes
American Silver Boxes: Sterling silver gilt stamp coil dispenser by Tiffany & Co, very fine
Estimate: 50 – 70 GBP
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Lot 60017

Stamp Boxes
American Silver Boxes: Sterling silver and enamel coil dispenser, the plain base with a hinged lid showing a very fine yellow guilloché enamel top, fine…
Estimate: 50 – 70 GBP
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Lot 60018

Stamp Boxes
Continental Boxes: Dutch silver 1905ca. three compartment box, the base embossed with scroll work and standing on paw feet, the hinged lid at top embossed…
Estimate: 200 – 300 GBP
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Lot 60019

Stamp Boxes
Miscellaneous material: Tortoiseshell six compartment box, rectangular design the hinged lid at top with a silver applied motif of two peacocks back to…
Estimate: 400 – 600 GBP
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Lot 60020

Stamp Boxes
Miscellaneous Materials: Celluloid stamp and nib box combined, plain rectangular design the hinged lid at top showing a unicorn head, opening to two single…
Estimate: 50 – 70 GBP
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Lot 60021

Stamp Boxes
Ephemera: 1909 London silver stamp moistener, plain tubular design with a screw top lid to the water reservoir at top the base with a roller and wetter…
Estimate: 50 – 70 GBP
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Lot 60022

Stamp Boxes
Ephemera: 1908 Birmingham silver and inlaid wood ladies postal scale by Levi and Salaman, the two sides inlaid with a garland pattern with the silver letter…
Estimate: 50 – 70 GBP
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Lot 60023

Stamp Boxes
1894 Silver salt/pepper shaker in the form of a postbox, 76mm tall, showing enamelled sign in red and white with “V (Crown) R” below, slightly rubbed Birmingham…
Estimate: 300 – 400 GBP
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Lot 60024

Stamp Boxes
1908 Silver pepper shaker in the form of a postbox, 64mm tall, with signed reading “PEP / PER” downwards, hallmarked Birmingham, very fine.
Estimate: 300 – 400 GBP
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Lot 60025

Stamp Boxes
1905 Silver money box in the form of a postbox, 105mm tall, with hinged top closed by a latch and padlock, owner’s engraved monogram, Birmingham hallmark…
Estimate: 300 – 400 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 500

Lot 60026

Stamp Boxes
Group of three silver items incl. 1902 Chester silver card holder with hinged lid at top (hinge broken), 1925 Birmingham silver cigarette case by Frederick…
Estimate: 40 – 60 GBP
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Lot 60027

Stamp Boxes
Group of three stamp boxes incl. 1911 silver double compartment stamp box with hinged lid, hallmarked Birmingham with (rubbed) Cornelius Saunders & Frank…
Estimate: 100 – 150 GBP
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Lot 60028

Great Britain » Postal Notices
A notice to all post masters, sent by ES lees from the General post office Edinburgh dated April 1841, enclosing specimens of the 2d postal stationery…
Estimate: 900 – 1’200 GBP
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Lot 60029

Great Britain » Postal Notices
1856 (Jul 24) Stamped Postage Envelopes printed document of nine pages, printed by order of the House of Commons, detailing returns relating to stamped…
Estimate: 400 – 500 GBP
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Lot 60030

Great Britain » Literature
1822 Plan For Expediting The Mail From London hardback printed book, relating to the mail from London to Edinburgh to ensure it arrives at one o’clock…
Estimate: 700 – 800 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 700

Lot 60031

Great Britain » Literature
1840 Post Office Reform book containing 29 pages within a red material bound contemporary book, in immaculate condition, and a scarce record of the time.
Estimate: 350 – 400 GBP
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Lot 60032

Great Britain » Literature
1840 Post Office Reform bound book containing 60 pages within a blue material contemporary book, in very fine condition, and a scarce record from this…
Estimate: 350 – 400 GBP
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Lot 60033

Great Britain » Literature
1841 Results of New Postal Arrangements – Rowland Hill book containing 25 pages within a red material contemporary book, in immaculate condition, and a…
Estimate: 600 – 700 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 600

Lot 60034

Great Britain » Literature
1843 ca. Photographic portrait of Sir Henry Cole (1808 to 1882) who devised the concept of sending greetings cards at Christmas time, and is credited…
Estimate: 150 – 200 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 150

Lot 60035

Great Britain » Literature
1862 Rowland Hill Carte de Visite (50mmx100mm) photographic portrait in black and white, mounted on thick card, Mayall of London and Brighton, in very…
Estimate: 1’100 – 1’300 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 1’100

Lot 60036

Great Britain » Literature
1864 Results of Postal Reform book containing 36 pages within a red material contemporary book, in immaculate condition, and a scarce record from this…
Estimate: 300 – 400 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 300

Lot 60037

Great Britain » Postal History
1798 (Apr 27) Entire letter sent within Scotland to Inverness with a fine strike of the double ring undated “KINCARDINE / O’NEIL” hs (Auckland AB300) with…
Estimate: 100 – 150 GBP
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Lot 60038

Great Britain » Postal History
1799 (Dec 26) Folded entire from England to Bologna, Italy, bearing s/l “BATTLE” and ms “foreign post paid” alongside, fine.
Estimate: 50 – 70 GBP
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Lot 60038A

Great Britain » Postal History
1818 Entire from Yarmouth (Isle of Wight) to San Sebastian, Spain bearing “YARMOUTH MR 3 / 1818” cds and French transit “Angleterre”, reverse “DEB. 64…
Estimate: 150 – 200 GBP
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Lot 60039

Great Britain » Postal History
1828 Entire sent within Wales from Denbigh to Newcastle, rated “1/8”, reverse with “SHIP LETTER / PLYMOUTH” hs, contents refer to the sender having just…
Estimate: 200 – 300 GBP
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Lot 60040

Great Britain » Postal History
1830s Essay or proof of the Registered Letter green wrapper which enclosed registered mail, with the instruction printed on the inside of the wrapper which…
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’500 GBP
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Lot 60041

Great Britain » Postal History
1841 (Mar 6) Envelope from Edinburgh to Sydney with “Registered / EDINBURGH” handstamp, with despatch cds, London tombstone and oval “PAID SHIP LETTER/8…
Estimate: 2’000 – 3’000 GBP
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Lot 60042

Great Britain » Postal History
1841 (May 11) White wrapper used to carry a Registered Letter from London to Bedwin, with London despatch, BEDWIN undated circle on the inside and Marlborough…
Estimate: 2’000 – 3’000 GBP
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Lot 60043

Great Britain » Postal History
1841 (Nov 11) Cover sent registered from Edinburgh to Vera Cruz with “Registered / EDINBURGH” handstamp in red with 2/- in red manuscript denoting cash…
Estimate: 2’200 – 2’600 GBP
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Lot 60044

Great Britain » Postal History
1842 (c.) Registered Letter wrapper, unused, with design showing “GPO” on the address panel (2nd type), the form divided into two with one portion to be…
Estimate: 750 – 850 GBP
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Lot 60045

Great Britain » Postal History
1842 (Jan 31) Wrapper sent registered from Ireland to New York, endorsed “p Halifax and Boston Steamer” and on the flap “If too late for Steamer forward…
Estimate: 2’000 – 3’000 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 1’800

Lot 60046

Great Britain » Postal History
1842 (22 Dec) Registered letter receipt no.54 for a letter to London bearing a Halifax cds and a Halifax crown bag seal struck in black signed by the postmaster…
Estimate: 140 – 180 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 150

Lot 60047

Great Britain » Postal History
1843 (May 30) Stampless entire letter to Edinburgh boldly marked “Registered Letter pd” at top, rated 1/2 (for 2d postage and 1s registration) with Oban…
Estimate: 120 – 150 GBP
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Lot 60048

Great Britain » Postal History
1843 (Jul 7) Envelope sent registered from London to France with Old Cavendish Street Maltese Cross-type datestamp and red “(CROWN) / REGISTERED” handstamp,…
Estimate: 240 – 280 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 200

Lot 60049

Great Britain » Postal History
1846 (Dec 5) Registered Letter wrapper, first type, used to carry a registered letter from Liverpool to Ripon with despatch and arrival ds, rare as few…
Estimate: 750 – 850 GBP
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Lot 60050

Great Britain » Postal History
1846 (Dec 4) Stampless envelope sent within Scotland to Edinburgh, twice marked “Registered Letter” and with 1/4 rate mark (paying 4d postage and 1s registration),…
Estimate: 100 – 120 GBP
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Lot 60051

Great Britain » Postal History
1847 (Dec 16) Registered Letter receipt no.217 from the Charing Cross Office for a registered letter to Sydney with two strikes of the red Maltese Cross…
Estimate: 300 – 400 GBP
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Lot 60052

Great Britain » Postal History
1853 (Mar 21) Stampless commercial entire to Bordeaux, endorsed “Registered” with number “164”, rated 2/7 with London despatch cds and tall crowned registered…
Estimate: 100 – 120 GBP
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Lot 60053

Great Britain » Postal History
1857 (Feb 12) Envelope from Wrexham to Havana, Cuba, initially charged as ordinary mail and by cheapest route via New York at 1s 2 1/2d per 1/2 oz, sender…
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’500 GBP
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Lot 60054

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1840 (5 May) Mulready letter sheet (Forme 2, stereo A30) addressed to “Her Majestys Board of Commissioners for Stamp Duties, Somerset House, London” posted…
Estimate: 20’000 – 25’000 GBP
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Lot 60057

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1840 (Jun 7) 1d Mulready lettersheet (A27) sent to Warwick, cancelled by a fine upright Leicester Maltese Cross in orange, with dispatch on reverse in…
Estimate: 75 – 100 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 75

Lot 60059

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1841 (Mar 5) 1d Mulready wrapper sent locally in London to Sir Frederic Madden at the British Museum (who studied historic writing systems and the deciphering…
Estimate: 100 – 150 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 120

Lot 60060

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1841 (Apr 5) 1d Mulready envelope (forme 3, stereo A161) from Limerick to Newcastle, neatly cancelled by a fine strike of the distinctive Limerick Maltese…
Estimate: 800 – 1’000 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 750

Lot 60061

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1843 (Aug 10) 1d Mulready lettersheet, form 3 stereo A54, sent from London to Knaresborough and neatly cancelled by a superb strike of a London “8” in…
Estimate: 1’500 – 2’000 GBP
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Lot 60062

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1843 (Aug 28) 1d black Mulready lettersheet, sent to London from Newcastle Under Lyme, black Maltese Cross, with “More to Pay” instruction in black to…
Estimate: 150 – 200 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 280

Lot 60063

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1844 (May 20) 1d Mulready wrapper, stereo A2, sent from Gateshead to London with ms “OHMS” at top and sent to the Secretary of Stamps & Taxes, cancelled…
Estimate: 200 – 300 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 220

Lot 60064

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1868 (Oct 10) 1d Mulready envelope from Worsley to Grasmere, Britannia uncancelled with Manchester transit cds at lower left and neatly endorsed alongside…
Estimate: 800 – 1’200 GBP
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Lot 60065

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1840 1d Mulready lettersheet, Forme 1 stereo A8, sent locally from Shefford (Bedfordshire) to Ampthill cancelled solely by a red “Shefford / Penny Post”…
Estimate: 3’000 – 4’000 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 2’800

Lot 60066

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1840 1d Mulready envelope sent to Peterborough, cancelled by a red Maltese Cross of Dorking, with undated circle of the same town, both in an attractive…
Estimate: 200 – 300 GBP
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Lot 60067

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1840 (May 12) 2d Mulready lettersheet, forme1, stereo a105, sent from Boston to Spalding and cancelled by neat red MC, no datestamps on reverse but dated…
Estimate: 2’000 – 3’000 GBP
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Lot 60068

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1845 (Nov 24) 2d Mulready lettersheet front with POSTAGE flap, stereo a104, sent registered to Winchester, endorsed “Registered 29” in black and 1/- in…
Estimate: 750 – 950 GBP
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Lot 60069

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1846 (Mar 6) 2d Mulready lettersheet from London to Lyndhurst, neatly cancelled by a fine strike of the London “2” numeral with despatch and arrival ds…
Estimate: 400 – 500 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 380

Lot 60070

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1841 (Nov 17) 2d Mulready envelope, stereo a210, sent locally in London, cancelled by a London “Broken Points” Maltese Cross, with “T.P. Charles St West”…
Estimate: 350 – 450 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 360

Lot 60071

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1840 Southgate No. 5 Pickwick Caricature hand-painted front unused, some soiling, but rare and attractive.
Estimate: 350 – 400 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 350

Lot 60072

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1840 Southgate No. 2 Political Caricature envelope unused, some minor soiling, otherwise in fine condition.
Estimate: 150 – 200 GBP
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Lot 60073

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1840 Fores’s Comic Envelope No. 1 used front with “Store St.” straight-line in black and an unused 1d black pl. 8 GB, three margins, fixed to the top right…
Estimate: 700 – 800 GBP
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Lot 60074

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
“Fores’s Racing Envelope No.5”, original unused envelope, fine and scarce.
Estimate: 100 – 150 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 100

Lot 60075

Great Britain » 1840 Mulreadys & Caricatures
1870 (Jun 30) Mulready caricature advertising the famous French stamp dealer Arthur Maury (house founded in 1860), showing the dealer himself as Britannia,…
Estimate: 1’500 – 3’000 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 1’500

Lot 60076

Great Britain » Hand Illustrated and Printed Envelopes
1845 (Sep 20) “Hartley’s Racing Calendar Office” printed envelope depicting horse racing at top, franked with 1841 1d red KA, close to very large margins,…
Estimate: 300 – 400 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 360

Lot 60076A

Great Britain » Hand Illustrated and Printed Envelopes
1870 (Oct 21) 3d red (die 22/65) private postal stationery wrapper with rare advertising ring “The Home News / Grindlay-London”, cancelled by clear Birmingham…
Estimate: 400 – 500 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 400

Lot 60077

Great Britain » Hand Illustrated and Printed Envelopes
1880ca. Two illustrated covers both unused with 1d reds fixed, one a clean uncreased Inniskilling Dragoons envelope with hand-drawn Jack in the Box illustration…
Estimate: 400 – 500 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 1’300

Lot 60078

Great Britain » Line Engraved Essays, Plate Proofs, Colour Trials and Reprints
1812-39 Whiting & Branston colour background essays, three examples in two colour printings, one in green and pale-rose, one is purple-brown and rose and…
Estimate: 200 – 300 GBP
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Lot 60079

Great Britain » Line Engraved Essays, Plate Proofs, Colour Trials and Reprints
1837 William Wyon City Medal in bronze, 55mm, to celebrate Victoria’s first visit to the City of London after her accession to the throne, one side showing…
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’200 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 1’600

Lot 60080

Great Britain » Line Engraved Essays, Plate Proofs, Colour Trials and Reprints
1837 William Wyon City Medal in bronze, 55mm, to celebrate Victoria’s first visit to the City of London after her accession to the throne, one side showing…
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’200 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 1’400

Lot 60081

Great Britain » Line Engraved Essays, Plate Proofs, Colour Trials and Reprints
18389 ca. Four examples of background trials by Ebenezer Bacon and Co. London, printed in black on wove paper (138 x 226mm) showing various designs mainly…
Estimate: 200 – 300 GBP
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Lot 60082

Great Britain » Line Engraved Essays, Plate Proofs, Colour Trials and Reprints
1840 Perkins Bacon background trials, eight pieces from the archives illustrating the complex machine turned design they were capable of producing, these…
Estimate: 150 – 200 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 420

Lot 60083

Great Britain » Line Engraved Essays, Plate Proofs, Colour Trials and Reprints
1840 1d Rainbow trial (state 2) in drab on bluish laid paper from the foot of the sheet, pos.3/2, showing “tiny dash” in SE corner, very fine.
Estimate: 800 – 1’000 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 1’300

Lot 60084

Great Britain » Line Engraved Essays, Plate Proofs, Colour Trials and Reprints
1840 1d Rainbow trial (state 3), complete sheet of 12 impressions printed in dull blue on white wove gummed paper, the lower left endorsed in the hand…
Estimate: 20’000 – 25’000 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 19’000

Lot 60085

Great Britain » Line Engraved Essays, Plate Proofs, Colour Trials and Reprints
1840 1d Red-Brown Rainbow Trial (state 3) imperforate horizontal pair from the right of the sheet on white wove paper, showing part of the paper makers…
Estimate: 1’800 – 2’000 GBP
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Lot 60086

Great Britain » Line Engraved Essays, Plate Proofs, Colour Trials and Reprints
1840 1d Red-Brown Rainbow trial (state 3) on white wove paper from the top of the sheet; fresh and fine (S.G. from £3’500).
Estimate: 800 – 1’000 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 850

Lot 60087

Great Britain » Line Engraved Essays, Plate Proofs, Colour Trials and Reprints
1878 1d mauve fugitive ink trial, pl.191, AD, from the top of the sheet showing small part inscription, large part o.g., stunning colour and a beautiful…
Estimate: 1’800 – 2’000 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 2’000

Lot 60088

Great Britain » Line Engraved Essays, Plate Proofs, Colour Trials and Reprints
1841 2d red-brown trial printing on “Dickinson” silk thread paper with void corner and letter squares; large part o.g., an extremely fine example of this…
Estimate: 8’000 – 10’000 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 6’500

Lot 60089

Great Britain » Line Engraved Essays, Plate Proofs, Colour Trials and Reprints
1865 Department of Science and Art prize medal, 55mm, bronze, with Wyon’s portrait of Queen Victoria on one side with “QUEEN VICTORIA BY THE GRACE OF GOD”…
Estimate: 200 – 300 GBP
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Lot 60090

Great Britain » Line Engraved Essays, Plate Proofs, Colour Trials and Reprints
1871 2d Ormond Hill die proof in deep blue on thin white wove paper on card (60 x 60mm), with un-inked “NEW DIE” and “1” reversed at top, a fine example…
Estimate: 12’000 – 13’000 GBP
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Lot 60091

Great Britain » 1840 1d Black and 1d Red plates 1a to 11
1840 1d. black, a superb used set of the twelve plates (1a-XI) each with large balanced margins and beautifully cancelled by superb strikes of the black…
Estimate: 3’000 – 4’000 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 3’000

Lot 60092

Great Britain » 1840 1d Black and 1d Red plates 1a to 11
1840 1d grey black, Pl.1a CA, four margins, cancelled by a complete upright Maltese cross in red; very fine.
Estimate: 190 – 280 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 180

Lot 60093

Great Britain » 1840 1d Black and 1d Red plates 1a to 11
1840 1d grey-black pl.1a (heavily worn plate) GD, with good to huge margins, neatly cancelled by red MC, tiny scuff at lower right and faint trace of a…
Estimate: 100 – 150 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 130

Lot 60094

Great Britain » 1840 1d Black and 1d Red plates 1a to 11
1840 1d intense black pl. 1a JA, four margins, red Maltese Cross, wmk small crown inverted, constant variety blind “A”, very fine used and rare example,…
Estimate: 1’000 – 1’500 GBP
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Lot 60095

Great Britain » 1840 1d Black and 1d Red plates 1a to 11
1840 1d black, Pl.1a LB-LC pair, four margins, cancelled by a Maltese cross in red, pairs on this plate are scarce; very fine.
Estimate: 450 – 650 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 550

Lot 60096

Great Britain » 1840 1d Black and 1d Red plates 1a to 11
1840 1d grey black, Pl.1a LE, four margins, cancelled by a Maltese cross in red; fine.
Estimate: 150 – 200 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 130

Lot 60097

Great Britain » 1840 1d Black and 1d Red plates 1a to 11
1840 1d grey black, Pl.1a NH, four margins, cancelled by a Maltese cross in red; fine.
Estimate: 85 – 120 GBP
Read more / Sold for GBP 100

Lot 60098

Great Britain » 1840 1d Black and 1d Red plates 1a to 11
1840 1d grey black, Pl.1a QK, four margins, cancelled by a double strike of a Scottish Maltese cross in black, scarce on this plate; very fine, (SG Spec…
Estimate: 300 – 380 GBP
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Lot 60099

Great Britain » 1840 1d Black and 1d Red plates 1a to 11
1840 1d grey black, Pl.1a SI-SJ pair, four margins, cancelled by a Maltese cross in red, Brandon certificate states “vertical crease in margin between…
Estimate: 450 – 650 GBP
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Lot 60100

Great Britain » 1840 1d Black and 1d Red plates 1a to 11
1840 1d grey black, Pl.1a SJ, four margins, cancelled by a Maltese cross in black, scarce on this plate, clear profile; very fine, (SG Spec AS2f £1’200).
Estimate: 300 – 400 GBP
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