Auction 50

Collector Series


Other British Commonwealth


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Lot 20

Antigua, 1938-51, King George VI, ½d-£1 complete (Scott 84-95), set of 12, o.g., never hinged, Very Fine. Scott $105. SG 98/109; £130 ($150).
Estimate $40 - 60.
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Current Bid $40
Lot 21

Hong Kong, 1948, King George VI Silver Wedding complete (Scott 178-179), flawless o.g., never hinged, Very Fine. Scott $284. SG 171/172; £329 ($390).
Estimate $100 - 150.
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Current Bid $120
Lot 22
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Ireland, 1929-2001, fresh mint collection, all neatly displayed in black mounts on White Ace pages and in black stock pages in a thick binder, nearly all of the issues are n.h.! Present are numerous commemorative or definitive complete sets and also appears to include all Europa issues from 1960-1995 except one, plus all Europa mini sheets for 1989-1996 (C.V. $560), also the 6 millennium sheets and even a number of nice booklets; overall a very clean collection which is imaged entirely on our website, generally Fine to Very Fine. Scott $2,200 approx.
Estimate $350 - 500.
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Current Bid $300
Lot 23

Kenya, Uganda & Tanganyika, 1935, King George V, 10s purple & blue (Scott 58), exceptionally choice, o.g., never hinged, Fine to Very Fine. Scott $110. SG 122; £100 ($120).
Estimate $75 - 100

Catalog values are for hinged. Scott prices the complete set NH at 1.67 times the hinged price
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Current Bid $55
Lot 24

Malay States: Trengganu, 1949, Sultan Ismail, 1¢ to $5 complete (Scott 53-73), o.g., never hinged, Fine to Very Fine. Scott $191. SG 67/87; £160 ($190).
Estimate $60 - 80.
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Current Bid $75
Lot 25
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New Zealand, 1898-1909, neat small mint collection, housed on three filled Lighthouse hingeless pages between #70 and #120, includes watermark and paper varieties of the ½d Mt. Cook and 1d Universal Postage Issues; fresh lot with several n.h. stamps in there among the hinged and the occasional fault, generally Fine to Very Fine. Scott $2,500 approx.
Estimate $400 - 600.
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Current Bid $350
Lot 26

Solomon Islands, 1939, King George VI pictorials, ½d-10s complete (Scott 67-79), o.g., never hinged, Fine to Very Fine. Scott $100. SG 60/72; £100 ($120).
Estimate $40 - 60.
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Lot 27

Tristan da Cunha, 1952, ½d-10s overprints on St. Helena complete (Scott 1-12), o.g., never hinged, Very Fine. Scott $123. SG 1/12; £140 ($170).
Estimate $40 - 60.
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Current Bid $35
Lot 28
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British Commonwealth, 1850-1964, dealer's stock of better issues, neatly arranged and identified on black retail cards, including Bahamas and Barbados ($2,645); British East Africa ($1,325); Canada & Provinces ($5,954); Cape of Good Hope ($1,950); Cyprus ($596); Falklands ($362); Great Britain ($2,705); Hong Kong ($116); India ($583); Ireland & Malta ($117); Natal & Nauru ($416); New Zealand ($3,252); North Borneo ($17); Rhodesia ($4,215); Saints & Trinidad ($760); Tristan Da Cunha ($76); Turks and Virgin Islands ($784).
There are numerous items cataloging $100 to $950. Among those cataloging $1,000 and up are: Newfoundland #13 used ($1,100), Prince Edward Island #1 unused without gum ($1,100) and Rhodesia #19 mint o.g. hinge remnant ($3,000).
Condition tends to be typical of the period: V.G.-Fine for 19th century, F.-V.F. for 20th century. There are small faults scattered through the 19th century issues. Many rare stamps here at a very reasonable price - all are imaged on the web. Scott $25,873.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000

Several items in this lot were NOT INCLUDED in the catalog value. These include: Bushire #N19 (possibly forged, catalog value $10,000); Great Britain #57 unused without gum, unusually small margins, reperfed on 3 sides (catalog value $11,000, probably worth about $300 as a curiosity or space filler); India #1 with a fake cancel; Malay States: Sungei Ujong #7 unused (catalog value $5,500, needs a cert); Natal #1 revenue usage and #5 reprint; North Borneo #44 trial color proof; couple Samoa Express that are probably reprints; and Sri Lanka 1978 5r imperf pair.

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Current Bid $1,500




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