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Worldwide - Dec 2018

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    Lot 1400

    G.B USED ABROAD STAMPS & COVERS - RARE USAGE OF THE 1841 2d BLUE (+ PERF. 1d RED) ON COVER EX THE CRIMEA WITH "0*0" CANCEL; Remarkable 7 Apr. 1856 env. (minor dusting) from the Crimea to Kent "Via Marseilles" with GB 1d Red 'Stars' and 4-margin 1841 Imperf. 2d Blue (good to wide margins all round; trivial wear at right) and 1d Red 'Stars' tied to each other by a very fine single British Army P.O. "0*0" Numeral with a mainly fine red "POST OFFICE/BRITISH ARMY/A" cds on the reverse; redirected from Kent to London charged "1[d]" extra with various backstamps incl. a partly fine "FOREST-ROW" UDC. Only a handful of covers with the 1841 2d Blue used in the Crimea have been recorded; this is the first 4-margined example that we can recall having seen. Exhibition Item.

    Estimate: £750

    Worldwide - Dec 2018, Lot 1400

    G.B USED ABROAD STAMPS & COVERS - RARE USAGE OF THE 1841 2d BLUE (+ PERF. 1d RED) ON COVER EX THE CRIMEA WITH "0*0" CANCEL; Remarkable 7 Apr. 1856 env. (minor dusting) from the Crimea to Kent "Via Marseilles" with GB 1d Red 'Stars' and 4-margin 1841 Imperf. 2d Blue (good to wide margins all round; trivial wear at right) and 1d Red 'Stars' tied to each other by a very fine single British Army P.O. "0*0" Numeral with a mainly fine red "POST OFFICE/BRITISH ARMY/A" cds on the reverse; redirected from Kent to London charged "1[d]" extra with various backstamps incl. a partly fine "FOREST-ROW" UDC. Only a handful of covers with the 1841 2d Blue used in the Crimea have been recorded; this is the first 4-margined example that we can recall having seen. Exhibition Item.

    Estimate: £750 ×