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Cayman Islands continued...

1902-03 KING EDWARD VII ESSAYS AND PROOFS continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
2061 TC S.G. #3TC imageS.G. #3TC, 1902 1/2p Mauve imperforate trial color proof, on gummed watermarked paper affixed to piece of De La Rue archival page, nice large margins, very fine and exceptionally choice; ex-Green (Scott #3TC). (Image) Est. 500-750

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
2062 TC S.G. #3TC imageS.G. #3TC, 1902 1/2p Bright blue imperforate trial color proof, on gummed watermarked paper, large even margins all around, rich color being the color that was adopted for the 2 1/2p value, choice very fine (Scott #3TC). (Image) Est. 500-750

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
2063 TC S.G. #3TC imageS.G. #3TC, 1902 1/2p Grey and scarlet imperforate trial color proof, on gummed watermarked paper affixed to sizable piece of De La Rue archival page with ms. "30/11/01" date and initials, large even margins, choice very fine; ex-Green (Scott #3TC). (Image) Est. 750-1,000

SOLD for $475.00
Will close during Public Auction
2064 TC S.G. #3TC imageS.G. #3TC, 1902 1/2p Grey and scarlet imperforate trial color proof, a similar trial color as the previous on gummed watermarked paper but not affixed to paper, large to extraordinarily large margins all around, choice very fine (Scott #3TC). (Image) Est. 500-750

SOLD for $700.00
Will close during Public Auction
2065 TC S.G. #3TC imageS.G. #3TC, 1902 1/2p Brown and mauve imperforate trial color proof, on gummed watermarked paper affixed to small piece of De La Rue archival page, large even margins, choice very fine; ex-Edmondson, Cooley (Scott #3TC). (Image) Est. 500-750

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
2066 TC S.G. #3TC imageS.G. #3TC, 1902 1/2p Blue and deep purple imperforate trial color proof, on gummed watermarked paper, unusually large margins all around, very fine and exceedingly choice; ex-Cooley (Scott #3TC). (Image) Est. 500-750

SOLD for $950.00
Will close during Public Auction
2067 TC S.G. #3TC imageS.G. #3TC, 1902 1/2p Mauve and green imperforate trial color proof, on gummed watermarked paper, well margined, barely noticeable vertical crease, very fine appearance; a color combination very close to the 1907 adopted colors of the 1/- value (Scott #3TC). (Image) Est. 400-500

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
2068 TC S.G. #7TC imageS.G. #7TC, 1902 1/- Grey imperforate trial color proof, on gummed watermarked paper, the design without shading in the value tablet, attractive wide even margins, choice very fine (Scott #7TC). (Image) Est. 500-750

SOLD for $1,150.00
Will close during Public Auction
2069 TC S.G. #7TC imageS.G. #7TC, 1902 1/- Grey and scarlet imperforate trial color proof, on gummed watermarked paper, the design without shading in the value tablet, affixed to small piece of thin card, large margins all around, choice very fine (Scott #7TC). (Image) Est. 500-750

SOLD for $1,050.00
Will close during Public Auction
2070 TC S.G. #7TC imageS.G. #7TC, 1902 1/- Orange and blue imperforate trial color proof, on gummed watermarked paper, the design without shading in the value tablet, large even margins, very fine and choice (Scott #7TC). (Image) Est. 500-750

SOLD for $1,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1902-03 KING EDWARD VII SPECIMENS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
2071 S S.G. #3S-52bS var. imageS.G. #3S-52bS var., 1902-13 King Edward VII and King George V with "Specimen" overprints cplt., the De La Rue archival set of 32 different complete for three different Edward issues and the first George V key-plate series, plus the 1/4p Brown farthing value, all are contained on two large pieces of the archival pages, plus three individual pieces for the 10/- Edward VII and the 5/- and 10/- George V, various annotations of approval dates, etc., all with attractive fresh colors, few minor faults on low values, overall fine-very fine; for the most part these are the same as the U.P.U. sets that were distributed in quantities ranging from 396 to 732 with one important exception, the 1/2p Green and 1p Carmine of the 1907 Postage/Revenue series have the rare Type D9 "Specimen" overprint, little is known about this distinctly different type of overprint except that they are very rare with most recorded examples in the Royal Collection or the De La Rue archives, such as offered here, a unique set of these archival proofs being perfect for exhibition; each piece except the 5/- George V signed H. Bloch; ex-Marston (Scott #3S-47S var.). (Image) Est. 2,000-3,000

SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
2072 S S.G. #3S-7S var., 13S-16S imageS.G. #3S-7S var., 13S-16S var., 1902-07 King Edward VII first and third series with "Specimen" overprints from the Madagascar archives, large ledger page 133 with one set of the 1902 1/2p to 1/- Specimens and five sets of the 1907 4p to 5/- Specimens, each affixed and cancelled by large red "Postes et Telegraphes/Collection de Berne/Madagascar" circular handstamp, signed by "Le Directeur/des Postes et Telegraphes" at bottom, several stamps damaged when separated prior to affixing, otherwise very fine; the U.P.U. normally sent strips of five to the member nations, it was the practice of Madagascar to separate the stamps and affix them to ledger sheets such as this, why there was only one set of the 1902 series is not known for sure; certainly unique as such and a marvelous item for the Cayman Islands collector (Scott #3S-7S var., 13S-16S var.). (Image) Est. 1,500-2,000

SOLD for $3,750.00
Will close during Public Auction
2073 S S.G. #3S-7S imageS.G. #3S-7S, 1902-03 1/2p to 1/- King Edward VII first series with "Specimen" overprints cplt., bright colors, o.g., fine-very fine; 722 sets were sent to the U.P.U. (Scott #3S-7S; $225.00). (Image) £200

SOLD for $100.00
Will close during Public Auction
2074 S S.G. #3S-7S imageS.G. #3S-7S, 1902-03 1/2p to 1/- King Edward VII first series with "Specimen" overprints cplt., an exceptionally fresh set with each stamp wonderfully well centered, quite likely from the Natal archives as they are affixed to the backs of two pieces of a contemporaneous album page, which was their practice, extremely fine; ex-Green (Scott #3S-7S; $225.00+). (Image) £200+

SOLD for $110.00
Will close during Public Auction
2075 S S.G. #3S-7S var. imageS.G. #3S-7S var., 1902-03 1/2p to1/- King Edward VII with "Specimen" overprints and "Ultramar" handstamps cplt., 25 sets of the U.P.U. specimen sets were sent to Lisbon for the Portuguese colonies, some of these were overprinted with this "Ultramar" handstamp, in addition the 1p Carmine value of this set shows the rare variety of broken "M'" in "Specimen", position 7/5 of both panes, without gum as usually found, very fine; the Portuguese sets with "Ultramar" are decidedly rare, however the combination with the broken "M" variety is undoubtedly unique and it may be that no other value has this combination (Scott #3S-7S var.). (Image) Est. 750-1,000

SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
2076 S S.G. #5S var. imageS.G. #5S var., 1902 2 1/2p Bright blue with "Specimen" overprint, broken "M" variety, a constant variety showing a substantial break in the left leg of the "M" of "Specimen", position 7/5 of both panes, exceptionally well centered and fresh, o.g., light h.r., choice very fine; a rare variety with only fourteen to fifteen of each value printed (Scott #5S var.). (Image) Est. 200-300

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
2077 S S.G. #6S var. imageS.G. #6S var., 1902 6p Brown with "Specimen" overprint, broken "M" variety, a constant variety showing a substantial break in the left leg of the "M" in "Specimen", position 7/5 of both panes, well centered, o.g., h.r., very fine; a rare variety with only fourteen to fifteen of each value printed (Scott #6S var.). (Image) Est. 200-300

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
2078 S S.G. #7S var. imageS.G. #7S var., 1902 1/- Orange with "Specimen" overprint, broken "M" variety, a constant variety showing a substantial break in the left leg of the "M" in "Specimen", position 7/5 of both panes, bright color, without gum, very fine; a rare variety with only fourteen to fifteen of each value printed (Scott #7S var.). (Image) Est. 200-300

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
1902-03 KING EDWARD VII STAMPS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
2079 ogbl S.G. #3-7 imageS.G. #3-7, 1902-03 1/2p to 1/- King Edward VII first series cplt. in mint blocks of four, overall exceptionally well centered, strong rich colors, o.g., 1/- with small h.r. and trace of gum aging, very fine (Scott #3-7; $520.00+). (Image) £400+

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1902-03 KING EDWARD VII "GLOVER FLAWS"
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
2080 og S.G. #3a imageS.G. #3a, 1902 1/2p Green, dented frame variety, position L 1/6, an unusually well centered mint single, intense deep color, o.g., lightly hinged, choice very fine; only 309 of this variety issued (Scott #3 var.). (Image) £140

SOLD for $325.00
Will close during Public Auction

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