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Auction : Worldwide Collections & Philatelic Literature Auction
Date: Wednesday, July 15, 2015

July 2015 Lot 89 - Parliamentary reports containing Dickinson envelope and wrappers. Estimate £500. September 2015 - 1896 Registered Franz Josef Land Envelope to Norway. Estimate £500. September 2015 - Burma 1937 high values. Estimate £850. September 2015 - Very rare use of a red MX cancelling 1841 1d red on cover from Hayle. Estimate £12,000. September 2015 - A magnificent 1840 2d blue on cover from Greenock. Estimate £500. June 2015 Lot 75 - WWII - The Rare "DETAINED IN HONGKONG/BY JAPANESE/FROM DECEMBER 1941 TO SEPTEMBER 1945". Estimate £400. June 2015 Lot 307 - One of the Earliest Free Franks Recorded - 1653 "FOR YE SERVICE OF YE STATE" Letter Ex Portsmouth to London. Estimate £2000. June 2015 Lot 536 - 1899 (Dec) Bicentenary of Labourdonnais 15c Die Proof. Estimate £300. June 2015 Lot 553 - 1924 50r Stamp Size Die Proof. Estimate £400. June 2015 Lot 988 - Nova Scotia. Spectacular cover to France with rare "SYDNEY.C.B/SHIP LETTER" & rare "CANADA/&C.ART.12". Estimate £500. June 2015 Lot 1141 - New Brunswick. A bisected 3d red used with 6d yellow on envelope to London. Estimate £1200. June 2015 Lot 1379 - 1840 1d BLACKS. Estimate £1200. March 2015 Lot 246 - Earliest Example of the Georgetown Tasmania Undated Circle. Hammer Price £4760.
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