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    Lot 1001

    ALBUMS AND STOCKBOOKS - BINDER - 1841-1970 COLLECTION ON PRINTED PAGES - inc. 1841 1d red (6, inc. with blue numeral) & 2d blue (5), later line-engraved inc. complete run of 1864 1d red plates to 224; useful range of surface-printed inc. 9d straw plates 2 & 4, 1880 4d grey-brown wmk garter (SG 154 £550) & 1/- orange wmk spray (SG 151 £700), etc; mint/unused jubilee values to 4d, and mint or used ranges to 1970. (Qty.)

    Estimate: £360

    Great Britain, Lot 1001

    ALBUMS AND STOCKBOOKS - BINDER - 1841-1970 COLLECTION ON PRINTED PAGES - inc. 1841 1d red (6, inc. with blue numeral) & 2d blue (5), later line-engraved inc. complete run of 1864 1d red plates to 224; useful range of surface-printed inc. 9d straw plates 2 & 4, 1880 4d grey-brown wmk garter (SG 154 £550) & 1/- orange wmk spray (SG 151 £700), etc; mint/unused jubilee values to 4d, and mint or used ranges to 1970. (Qty.)

    Estimate: £360 ×

     



     

    Lot 1002

    ALBUMS AND STOCKBOOKS - MINT QV GROUP incl. 1881 2½d blue plates 21, 22 & 23 part/large part og examples, small faults. SG157 £1325. Also 1854-61 2d blues Pl.8 QD part og example printed following repair to this unit (with what Osborne calls a 'wider lumen' on the lower Q) BK part og with a couple of tone spots. SG £2050+ (5 stamps)

    Estimate: £100

    Great Britain, Lot 1002

    ALBUMS AND STOCKBOOKS - MINT QV GROUP incl. 1881 2½d blue plates 21, 22 & 23 part/large part og examples, small faults. SG157 £1325. Also 1854-61 2d blues Pl.8 QD part og example printed following repair to this unit (with what Osborne calls a 'wider lumen' on the lower Q) BK part og with a couple of tone spots. SG £2050+ (5 stamps)

    Estimate: £100 ×

     





     

    Lot 1003

    COLLECTIONS - QV SURFACE-PRINTED TO KEVII USED COLLECTION ON PAGES - extensive range inc. 1862/5 9d bistre (3, inc. with faults), 1876 8d orange (2, SG156 £350 each), fine 1880 4d grey-brown wmk emblems (SG154 £525) & fine 1/- orange wmk spray (SG151 £700), 1867 2/- blue or pale blue; 2½d, 3d, 4d & 6d values good plate selections. Also used QV jubilee & KEVII ranges. Good lot. (c240)

    Estimate: £400

    Great Britain, Lot 1003

    COLLECTIONS - QV SURFACE-PRINTED TO KEVII USED COLLECTION ON PAGES - extensive range inc. 1862/5 9d bistre (3, inc. with faults), 1876 8d orange (2, SG156 £350 each), fine 1880 4d grey-brown wmk emblems (SG154 £525) & fine 1/- orange wmk spray (SG151 £700), 1867 2/- blue or pale blue; 2½d, 3d, 4d & 6d values good plate selections. Also used QV jubilee & KEVII ranges. Good lot. (c240)

    Estimate: £400 ×

     



     

    Lot 1004

    COLLECTIONS - QV SURFACE-PRINTED TO KEVIII COLLECTION ON PAGES - inc. rare blue ASCOG Scots local on 1856 6d lilac (toned), 1862 3d rose & 1867 10d red-brown both ovpt SPECIMEN (both trimmed), 1883/4 2/6 lilac, 5/- rose & 10/- grey-green (toned), KEVII range to 5/- inc. a few mint/unused, 1913-18 2/6 & 5/- seahorses (2 each), etc. Also 1847 1/- green embossed (2 margins). (Qty.)

    Estimate: £300

    Great Britain, Lot 1004

    COLLECTIONS - QV SURFACE-PRINTED TO KEVIII COLLECTION ON PAGES - inc. rare blue ASCOG Scots local on 1856 6d lilac (toned), 1862 3d rose & 1867 10d red-brown both ovpt SPECIMEN (both trimmed), 1883/4 2/6 lilac, 5/- rose & 10/- grey-green (toned), KEVII range to 5/- inc. a few mint/unused, 1913-18 2/6 & 5/- seahorses (2 each), etc. Also 1847 1/- green embossed (2 margins). (Qty.)

    Estimate: £300 ×

     







     

    Lot 1005

    COLLECTIONS - MOSTLY QV-KGVI COLLECTION ON PAGES & STOCK CARDS - mint & used inc. 1840 1d black, RJ plate 3, fine four margins; 1841 1d red (6 inc. with London No.7 in MX or with 700 numeral in blue) & 2d blue; 1857 1d red used block of 6; a few later QV, then mint & used KEVII to KGVI selections. Also QEII 2½d red Wilding separated strip of 5 (faults) with spectacular misperf. & 1961 3d block of four Cyl. 41 with 'Phantom R' var. (cat. £350) plus block of six with the retouch var. (Qty.)

    Estimate: £300

    Great Britain, Lot 1005

    COLLECTIONS - MOSTLY QV-KGVI COLLECTION ON PAGES & STOCK CARDS - mint & used inc. 1840 1d black, RJ plate 3, fine four margins; 1841 1d red (6 inc. with London No.7 in MX or with 700 numeral in blue) & 2d blue; 1857 1d red used block of 6; a few later QV, then mint & used KEVII to KGVI selections. Also QEII 2½d red Wilding separated strip of 5 (faults) with spectacular misperf. & 1961 3d block of four Cyl. 41 with 'Phantom R' var. (cat. £350) plus block of six with the retouch var. (Qty.)

    Estimate: £300 ×

     



     

    Lot 1006

    COLLECTIONS - 1924-52 MINT COLLECTION - on printed hingeless pages, KGV with commems & photogravure set, then KEVIII & KGV issues complete. Much is unmounted. (103)

    Estimate: £240

    Great Britain, Lot 1006

    COLLECTIONS - 1924-52 MINT COLLECTION - on printed hingeless pages, KGV with commems & photogravure set, then KEVIII & KGV issues complete. Much is unmounted. (103)

    Estimate: £240 ×

     



     

    Lot 1007

    COLLECTIONS - QV-KGV USED SELECTION ON PRINTED PAGES - strength in the QV with values to 1/- green or orange (9), 2/- blue (2) & 5/- rose plate 1. Small range of QV & KEVII officials & KGV 2/6 brown seahorse (2). (45)

    Estimate: £100

    Great Britain, Lot 1007

    COLLECTIONS - QV-KGV USED SELECTION ON PRINTED PAGES - strength in the QV with values to 1/- green or orange (9), 2/- blue (2) & 5/- rose plate 1. Small range of QV & KEVII officials & KGV 2/6 brown seahorse (2). (45)

    Estimate: £100 ×

     



     

    Lot 1008

    COLLECTIONS - MOSTLY QV MISCELLANY - three stocksheets with a small range of QV line-engraved and surface-printed inc. fine 1867 d rose pair cancelled with a single Manchester cds, £1 Chancery Court fiscal on piece, etc. A few KEVII to KEVIII issues and early 19th century items of mail. (c130 items)

    Estimate: £90

    Great Britain, Lot 1008

    COLLECTIONS - MOSTLY QV MISCELLANY - three stocksheets with a small range of QV line-engraved and surface-printed inc. fine 1867 d rose pair cancelled with a single Manchester cds, £1 Chancery Court fiscal on piece, etc. A few KEVII to KEVIII issues and early 19th century items of mail. (c130 items)

    Estimate: £90 ×

     



     

    Lot 1009

    POSTAL REFORMS - ROWLAND HILL, MULREADY & FAWCETT AUTOGRAPH LETTERS + LETTER TO ROBERT WALLACE, ETC.; 1815-1911 letters (all but one without postal marks and/or envs.) inc. small 1868 letter in third person from "Sir Rowland Hill", [1815] letter in third person from Mulready ref. his painting of "the Idle Boy" having sold prior to an Exhibition(!), fine 29 June 1839 EL (no postal marks) from a "Mrs Johnston" of Pimlico to "R Wallace Esqr., M.P." asking him to "frank the enclosed [letter]" (!!), 1882 PMG OHMS env. signed "H. Fawcett" (the blind PMG), and 1893/1911 pair of fine PMG paper letters signed by "Arnold Morley" or "Herbert Samuel". (6 items)

    Estimate: £200

    Great Britain, Lot 1009

    POSTAL REFORMS - ROWLAND HILL, MULREADY & FAWCETT AUTOGRAPH LETTERS + LETTER TO ROBERT WALLACE, ETC.; 1815-1911 letters (all but one without postal marks and/or envs.) inc. small 1868 letter in third person from "Sir Rowland Hill", [1815] letter in third person from Mulready ref. his painting of "the Idle Boy" having sold prior to an Exhibition(!), fine 29 June 1839 EL (no postal marks) from a "Mrs Johnston" of Pimlico to "R Wallace Esqr., M.P." asking him to "frank the enclosed [letter]" (!!), 1882 PMG OHMS env. signed "H. Fawcett" (the blind PMG), and 1893/1911 pair of fine PMG paper letters signed by "Arnold Morley" or "Herbert Samuel". (6 items)

    Estimate: £200 ×

     



     

    Lot 1010

    POSTAL REFORMS - 'PENALTY' RATES FOR OVERSEAS MAIL IN SPITE OF CHEAP POSTAGE - MILEAGE BASED RATES CONTINUE; Nov./Dec. 1839 pair of fine Es from New York/Antwerp to London/Aberdeen that both arrived in GB during the 4d-Post Period (after the start of 'Cheap Postage'). The first (with "LIVERPOOL/SHIP LETTER") charged "1/-" (8d SL + 4d Uniform inland rate) being much less than before the 4d-Post (would have been 8d SL rate + 11d inland before), whereas the other (via London 9 Dec. 1839) charged "2/5" (being only 2½d less than before the 4d-Post, as the mileage-based rates continued throughout the 4d-Post Period for Continental mails sent to/from POs beyond London):- 1s-4d Belgium to London + 1s-1d old mileage-based inland rate less 2d discount! Good pair telling a complicated story. (2 covers)

    Estimate: £150

    Great Britain, Lot 1010

    POSTAL REFORMS - 'PENALTY' RATES FOR OVERSEAS MAIL IN SPITE OF CHEAP POSTAGE - MILEAGE BASED RATES CONTINUE; Nov./Dec. 1839 pair of fine Es from New York/Antwerp to London/Aberdeen that both arrived in GB during the 4d-Post Period (after the start of 'Cheap Postage'). The first (with "LIVERPOOL/SHIP LETTER") charged "1/-" (8d SL + 4d Uniform inland rate) being much less than before the 4d-Post (would have been 8d SL rate + 11d inland before), whereas the other (via London 9 Dec. 1839) charged "2/5" (being only 2½d less than before the 4d-Post, as the mileage-based rates continued throughout the 4d-Post Period for Continental mails sent to/from POs beyond London):- 1s-4d Belgium to London + 1s-1d old mileage-based inland rate less 2d discount! Good pair telling a complicated story. (2 covers)

    Estimate: £150 ×

     



     

    Lot 1011

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK ENVELOPE USED ON 8 MAY - to Norwich cancelled with neat red MX and with fine MILDENHALL cds on the flap (displays perfectly!). Some small wear faults, but a clean attractive cover. Stereo A137 SG £2600.

    Estimate: £400

    Great Britain, Lot 1011

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK ENVELOPE USED ON 8 MAY - to Norwich cancelled with neat red MX and with fine MILDENHALL cds on the flap (displays perfectly!). Some small wear faults, but a clean attractive cover. Stereo A137 SG £2600.

    Estimate: £400 ×

     



     

    Lot 1012

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK LETTERSHEET USED ON 13 MAY 1840 - to Dublin cancelled in red plus 'TP/Temple' and with London & Dublin ds on the back. Some staining, SG £1200.

    Estimate: £200

    Great Britain, Lot 1012

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK LETTERSHEET USED ON 13 MAY 1840 - to Dublin cancelled in red plus 'TP/Temple' and with London & Dublin ds on the back. Some staining, SG £1200.

    Estimate: £200 ×

     





     

    Lot 1013

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - TWO 1d BLACK LETTERSHEETS INC. USED ON 23 MAY 1840 - 23 May 1840 used from York to Wirksworth (creased, edge tear) with fine blue YORK cds on the flap. Also Aug. 1840 used from London with part 'Berner's St' mark to Nottingham (horizontal crease at base). Both cancelled in red. SG £1675. (2)

    Estimate: £200

    Great Britain, Lot 1013

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - TWO 1d BLACK LETTERSHEETS INC. USED ON 23 MAY 1840 - 23 May 1840 used from York to Wirksworth (creased, edge tear) with fine blue YORK cds on the flap. Also Aug. 1840 used from London with part 'Berner's St' mark to Nottingham (horizontal crease at base). Both cancelled in red. SG £1675. (2)

    Estimate: £200 ×

     



     

    Lot 1014

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK LETTERSHEET USED ON 24 MAY 1840 - to London cancelled with a watery red MX matched by the FALKIRK ds on the flap; some discolouration and reinforcement. SG £1200.

    Estimate: £180

    Great Britain, Lot 1014

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK LETTERSHEET USED ON 24 MAY 1840 - to London cancelled with a watery red MX matched by the FALKIRK ds on the flap; some discolouration and reinforcement. SG £1200.

    Estimate: £180 ×

     



     

    Lot 1015

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK LETTERSHEET - SCARCE EARLY USE TO JERSEY - 27 May 1840 lettersheet (flaps damaged and reinforced) cancelled in red and with London cds, scarce early inward Jersey item. Also 10 June 1840 lettersheet London to Wirksworth, stereo A30. (2)

    Estimate: £200

    Great Britain, Lot 1015

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK LETTERSHEET - SCARCE EARLY USE TO JERSEY - 27 May 1840 lettersheet (flaps damaged and reinforced) cancelled in red and with London cds, scarce early inward Jersey item. Also 10 June 1840 lettersheet London to Wirksworth, stereo A30. (2)

    Estimate: £200 ×

     



     

    Lot 1016

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK LETTERSHEETS - JULY 1840 USES INC. FROM ISLE OF WIGHT TO IRELAND - 3 July 1840 Brighton to East Barnet with black circled 'N' (Brighton North) on the back, stereo A22; 8 July 1840 Preston to London, stereo A63; and 25 July 1840 use (one flap reinforced) to Ireland with light RYDE cds on the front and Dublin ds across the flap. (3)

    Estimate: £240

    Great Britain, Lot 1016

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK LETTERSHEETS - JULY 1840 USES INC. FROM ISLE OF WIGHT TO IRELAND - 3 July 1840 Brighton to East Barnet with black circled 'N' (Brighton North) on the back, stereo A22; 8 July 1840 Preston to London, stereo A63; and 25 July 1840 use (one flap reinforced) to Ireland with light RYDE cds on the front and Dublin ds across the flap. (3)

    Estimate: £240 ×

     



     

    Lot 1017

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK LETTERSHEET USED WITH LONDON No2 IN MX ON THE SECOND EARLIEST DATE - 22 Mar. 1843 to Leeds cancelled with a v fine strike of the No2 MX with LEEDS cds just overstruck, London cds (partly drawn over) on the back. The earliest known use of this cancel is 21 Mar. 1843; the mark is entered in the Proof Book on 23 Mar. 1843. Stereo A54. Scarce, SG £3000+.

    Estimate: £500

    Great Britain, Lot 1017

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK LETTERSHEET USED WITH LONDON No2 IN MX ON THE SECOND EARLIEST DATE - 22 Mar. 1843 to Leeds cancelled with a v fine strike of the No2 MX with LEEDS cds just overstruck, London cds (partly drawn over) on the back. The earliest known use of this cancel is 21 Mar. 1843; the mark is entered in the Proof Book on 23 Mar. 1843. Stereo A54. Scarce, SG £3000+.

    Estimate: £500 ×

     



     

    Lot 1018

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK ENVELOPE USED WITH ORANGE CROSS - 12 July 1840 env. to Rugeley cancelled with a very fine strike of the MX in orange, LEIGHTON BUZZARD cds on the back; stereo A176.

    Estimate: £200

    Great Britain, Lot 1018

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK ENVELOPE USED WITH ORANGE CROSS - 12 July 1840 env. to Rugeley cancelled with a very fine strike of the MX in orange, LEIGHTON BUZZARD cds on the back; stereo A176.

    Estimate: £200 ×

     



     

    Lot 1019

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK LETTERSHEET WITH BRIGHTON DISTINCTIVE MX - 27 July 1840 to London cancelled with a heavily struck distinctive MX & with BRIGHTON & London cds on the flap. Not listed by SG.

    Estimate: £300

    Great Britain, Lot 1019

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK LETTERSHEET WITH BRIGHTON DISTINCTIVE MX - 27 July 1840 to London cancelled with a heavily struck distinctive MX & with BRIGHTON & London cds on the flap. Not listed by SG.

    Estimate: £300 ×

     



     

    Lot 1020

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK ENVELOPE LATE USED IN 1877 - 15 May 1877 env. (flap repaired) to Leicester with part ATHERSTONE duplex, apparently missing an adhesive used to uprate, and LEICESTER cds on the back. Rare late use. Stereo A156.

    Estimate: £120

    Great Britain, Lot 1020

    MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS - 1d BLACK ENVELOPE LATE USED IN 1877 - 15 May 1877 env. (flap repaired) to Leicester with part ATHERSTONE duplex, apparently missing an adhesive used to uprate, and LEICESTER cds on the back. Rare late use. Stereo A156.

    Estimate: £120 ×

 

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