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1907 KING EDWARD VII STAMPS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
2141 og S.G. #13-16 imageS.G. #13-16, 1907 4p to 5/- King Edward VII third series cplt., an exceptionally fresh mint set with bright colors, well centered, o.g., lightly hinged, very fine-extremely fine (Scott #13-16; $350.00). (Image) £275

SOLD for $260.00
Will close during Public Auction
2142 og/nhbl S.G. #13-16 imageS.G. #13-16, 1907 4p to 5/- King Edward VII third series cplt. in mint blocks of four, the 4p Brown and blue is a top right corner plate no. 1 block of four (n.h.), all are well centered, slight bit of gum toning that generally does not show through to the front, o.g., h.r. on the three higher values, very fine (Scott #13-16; $1,400.00+). (Image) £1,100+

SOLD for $2,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
2143 O S.G. #13-16 imageS.G. #13-16, 1907 4p to 5/- King Edward VII third series cplt. used, all possessing portions of Georgetown Type 4 pmk. which is a scarcer cancel, the three high values with 1907 year date, very fine used set; much scarcer used than mint (Scott #13-16; $592.50). (Image) £450

SOLD for $350.00
Will close during Public Auction
2144 og S.G. #16 imageS.G. #16, 1907 5/- Salmon and green, extraordinarily well centered mint single, bright colors, o.g., lightly hinged, choice very fine; 1992 APS certificate (Scott #16; $210.00). (Image) £180

SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction
2145 O S.G. #16 imageS.G. #16, 1907 5/- Salmon and green, attractive used single tied to small piece by large portion of "George Town/Grand Cayman/OC 28 07" c.d.s., Type 4 pmk. of Georgetown, well centered with nice color, very fine and choice (Scott #16; $350.00). (Image) £300

SOLD for $180.00
Will close during Public Auction
1907 KING EDWARD VII "GLOVER FLAWS"
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
2146 S S.G. #13aS imageS.G. #13aS, 1907 4p Brown and blue with "Specimen" overprint, dented frame variety, position L 1/6, exceptionally fresh single with deep colors, full o.g., n.h., very fine; incredibly rare variety since from the issuance figures of 732 specimens produced for the U.P.U., only seven, or at the most eight, examples were issued of this variety (Scott #13S var.). (Image) Est. 750-1,000

SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
2147 og S.G. #13a imageS.G. #13a, 1907 4p Brown and blue, dented frame variety, position L 1/6, an exceptionally well centered mint single, fresh with bright color, o.g., lightly hinged, choice very fine; a scarce variety with only 48 of this variety originally printed (Scott #13 var.). (Image) £375

SOLD for $1,800.00
Will close during Public Auction
2148 O S.G. #13a imageS.G. #13a, 1907 4p Brown and blue, dented frame variety, position L 1/6, an remarkably scarce used example with a portion of a Georgetown Type 5 pmk., well centered and attractive, very fine; used examples of the Glover flaw are especially elusive, particularly when so few were issued as is the case with this value (Scott #13 var.). (Image) £600

SOLD for $725.00
Will close during Public Auction
2149 Obl S.G. #13, 13a imageS.G. #13, 13a, 1907 4p Brown and blue, dented frame variety in a top margin block of four, positions L 1/5-6, 2/5-6, the variety being the top right stamp, tied to piece of registered cover by "Georgetown/ Grand Cayman/MR 29 09" double-arc c.d.s., Type 5 pmk., also tied by "Kingston Jamaica/registered/AP 1 09" double-ring oval, fresh and well centered, very fine and exceedingly choice; a lovely used block that is not only scarce in its own right but incredibly rare with the Glover flaw and quite possibly the only known example in a used block of four (Scott #13, 13 var.). (Image) £780+

SOLD for $2,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
2150 og S.G. #14a imageS.G. #14a, 1907 6p Olive and rose, dented frame variety, position L 1/6, attractive mint single with bright colors, well centered, o.g., quite lightly hinged, very fine; a rare variety with only 42 examples of this variety printed (Scott #14 var.). (Image) £375

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
2151 O S.G. #14a imageS.G. #14a, 1907 6p Olive and rose, dented frame variety, position L 1/6, a seldom seen used example with a portion of a 1908 Georgetown Type 4 pmk., well centered, bright colors, very fine; an exceptionally scarce used example of the Glover flaw (Scott #14 var.). (Image) £600

SOLD for $700.00
Will close during Public Auction
2152 S S.G. #15aS imageS.G. #15aS, 1907 1/- Violet and green with "Specimen" overprint, dented frame variety, position L 1/6, fresh example with bright colors, o.g., n.h., very fine; only one position in each double-pane sheet of 120 has this Glover plate flaw making this incredibly rare on a "Specimen" overprint with only seven or eight examples issued (Scott #15S var.). (Image) Est. 750-1,000

SOLD for $900.00
Will close during Public Auction
2153 og S.G. #15a imageS.G. #15a, 1907 1/- Violet and green, dented frame variety, position L 1/6, fresh mint single, bright colors, very fine; an exceptionally scarce variety with only 40 examples originally printed (Scott #15 var.). (Image) £500

SOLD for $1,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
2154 og S.G. #16a imageS.G. #16a, 1907 5/- Salmon and green, dented frame variety, position L 1/6, a lovely fresh single of this very rare variety, featuring brilliant colors, well centered, o.g., lightly hinged, very fine; this is the rarest regularly issued value of the King Edward series with the Glover flaw, from the printing totals it is known that only nineteen stamps of this variety were printed and in all likelihood this is one of only two or three that still exist; 1995 BPA certificate; ex-Marston, Cooley (Scott #16 var.). (Image) £2,250

SOLD for $7,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1907 KING EDWARD VII "SLOTTED FRAMES"
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
2155 og S.G. #13 var. imageS.G. #13 var., 1907 4p Brown and, slotted frame variety, position L 1/4, this is the constant plate flaw of a break in the top outer frame near the right corner, wonderfully well centered mint single, exceptionally fresh, o.g., lightly hinged, choice very fine; this variety is of equal rarity with the Glover flaw, each having only one example for every double-pane sheet of 120 stamps, thus only 48 stamps of this variety were printed (Scott #13 var.). (Image) Est. 200-300

SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction
2156 og S.G. #13 var. imageS.G. #13 var., 1907 4p Brown and, slotted frame variety being a break in the top outer frame near the right corner, position L 1/4, well centered, o.g., lightly hinged, very fine and exceptionally scarce (Scott #13 var.). (Image) Est. 200-300

SOLD for $675.00
Will close during Public Auction
2157 og S.G. #16 var. imageS.G. #16 var., 1907 5/- Salmon and green, slotted frame variety, position L 1/4, this is the constant plate flaw showing a break in the top outer frame near the right corner, a virtually perfectly centered single, exceptionally fresh possessing lovely bright colors, o.g., only the faintest trace of hinging, extremely fine; this variety is of equal rarity with the Glover flaw, each having only one example for every double sheet of 120 stamps, thus only nineteen stamps of this variety were printed and even less are still extant (Scott #16 var.). (Image) Est. 1,000-1,500

SOLD for $3,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1907 KING EDWARD VII POSTAL HISTORY
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
2158 c S.G. #13 imageS.G. #13, 1907 4p Brown and blue, single franking on registered cover to England, tied by "George Town/Grand Cayman/JY 3 07" c.d.s., Type 4 pmk., Mobile registry label crossed off when a New York label was applied, transit postmarks of both cities on the reverse, backstamped Leeks, addressee's manufactures agent printed corner card on the backflap, tiny edge piece out at top, very fine; this franking would cover the double Empire letter rate of 1p plus 2p registry fee. (Scott #13). (Image) Est. 400-500

SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction
2159 c S.G. #13 imageS.G. #13, 1907 4p Brown and blue, single franking tied to an "On His Majesty's Service" cover to Boston by clear "George Town/Grand Cayman/JA 29 08" c.d.s., Type 4 pmk., Kingston transit on the reverse, an overall clean and fresh example of this official posting, very fine; this is an interesting cover that illustrates the shortage of low value stamps during this period as the proper rate was the 2 1/2p letter rate, this cover was overpaid by the postmistress, who certainly knew the rate; the shortage of 2 1/2p stamps resulted in the provisional "2 1/2p" surcharge on this value two weeks later. (Image) Est. 300-400

SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
2160 c S.G. #13 imageS.G. #13, 1907 4p Brown and blue, horizontal pair tied to registered double-rate cover to Vienna, Austria by typically indistinct Type 4 c.d.s. of Georgetown, a Jamaica registry oval and London registry label on the front with two different transits of that city on the reverse, backstamped, two vertical folds and mild edge wrinkles, not affecting the stamps or markings, a fine commercial usage; the pair pays two times the 2 1/2p foreign letter rate and 2p registry fee, being 1p overpaid at a time when low values were in short supply (Scott #13). (Image) Est. 300-400

SOLD for $250.00
Will close during Public Auction

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