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Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1381 P ACSC #70DPE ACSC 70DPE, 1914 1p George V, finished die proof in blue on woven paper, cut down to stamp size as all of this color are, margins are large and even, trivial scissors cut in
the right margin that shows a trace of the uncleared die block as doesACSC #70DPE, 1914 1p George V, finished die proof in blue on woven paper, cut down to stamp size as all of this color are, margins are large and even, trivial scissors cut in the right margin that shows a trace of the uncleared die block as does the top left corner, very fine; an extremely rare example of the adopted state of the die with only five examples recorded (Scott #21P). (Image) ACSC A$12,500.00

SOLD for $4,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1382 P ACSC #70PPA, C-F ACSC 70PPA, C-F, 1914 1p George V, plate proofs on thin white glazed card, five different colors in black, carmine rose, bright violet, mauve and pale dull mauve, lacking only
the pale carmine color of being complete, nearly all with extra-largeACSC #70PPA, C-F, 1914 1p George V, plate proofs on thin white glazed card, five different colors in black, carmine rose, bright violet, mauve and pale dull mauve, lacking only the pale carmine color of being complete, nearly all with extra-large margins, the first three come from the top left corner of the sheet showing portions of the top and left sheet margins, lovely colors on bright white card, fresh and exceptionally attractive, very fine-extremely fine (Scott #21P). (Image) ACSC A$1,050.00

SOLD for $950.00
Will close during Public Auction
1383 ogbl 31 31, 1919 4p Orange, Harrison printing, plate 1, attractive bottom margin T.S. Harrison imprint block of four, well centered, brilliantly fresh with vivid orange color, o.g.,
h.r., small gum wrinkles in the bottom selvage, very fine an excep#31, 1919 4p Orange, Harrison printing, plate 1, attractive bottom margin T.S. Harrison imprint block of four, well centered, brilliantly fresh with vivid orange color, o.g., h.r., small gum wrinkles in the bottom selvage, very fine; an exceptionally rare imprint block of the Four Pence in the first color of this value (ACSC #110[1]zd). (Image) ACSC A$7,500.00

SOLD for $5,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1384 ogbl 36 36, 5p Orange brown, Die II, attractive bottom right corner margin JBC monogram block of four, very fresh with bright color, overall quite well centered, o.g., lightly hinged
in one stamp and the top selvage, the key monogram pair shows plat#36, 5p Orange brown, Die II, attractive bottom right corner margin JBC monogram block of four, very fresh with bright color, overall quite well centered, o.g., lightly hinged in one stamp and the top selvage, the key monogram pair shows plate varieties u and v in the two stamps and is never hinged, unusually rare thus, very fine; the catalog value quoted is for a hinged monogram corner pair (ACSC #122Azf). (Image) ACSC A$1,000.00+

SOLD for $950.00
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1385 nh 38 38, 1915 2p Gray, choice bottom right corner margin JBC monogram strip of three from Plate 2 (lower), exceptionally well centered, o.g., n.h., very fine an especially scarce
and desirable monogram strip being both so choice and never hinged#38, 1915 2p Gray, choice bottom right corner margin JBC monogram strip of three from Plate 2 (lower), exceptionally well centered, o.g., n.h., very fine; an especially scarce and desirable monogram strip being both so choice and never hinged; ex-Gray (ACSC #6zb) (Image) ACSC for hinged A$2,500.00

SOLD for $2,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
1386 og 44 44, 1915 5- Yellow and grey, mint single with attractive delicate yellow and deep gray colors, o.g., lightly hinged, very fine (S.G. 30 £650).#44, 1915 5/- Yellow and grey, mint single with attractive delicate yellow and deep gray colors, o.g., lightly hinged, very fine (S.G. #30; £650). (Image) $900.00

SOLD for $625.00
Will close during Public Auction
1387 nhbl 45 45, 1915-24 2p Silver gray, Die IIA, bottom left corner margin inserted CA monogram block of twelve from Plate 3 (upper), being the bottom two rows of the lower left pane, with
sheet margins on three sides, quite fresh, strong color, attract#45, 1915-24 2p Silver gray, Die IIA, bottom left corner margin inserted CA monogram block of twelve from Plate 3 (upper), being the bottom two rows of the lower left pane, with sheet margins on three sides, quite fresh, strong color, attractive centering, o.g., n.h., lightly folded along central vertical row of perforations (not affecting monogram unit), very fine; ex-Gray (ACSC #8z). (Image) ACSC A$1,450.00+

SOLD for $2,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
1388 og 56 56, 1916 £1 Ultramarine and brown, a wonderfully well centered mint single, exceptionally fresh with luxuriant colors on bright white paper, o.g., very lightly hinged,
extremely fine (S.G. 44 £1,900).#56, 1916 £1 Ultramarine and brown, a wonderfully well centered mint single, exceptionally fresh with luxuriant colors on bright white paper, o.g., very lightly hinged, extremely fine (S.G. #44; £1,900). (Image) $2,600.00

SOLD for $3,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1389 og 58 58, 1919 £2 Deep rose and black, handsome mint single of this key high value, exceptionally well centered, deep strong colors with the black in a true black shade, o.g., barest
trace of hinging, very fine and exceedingly choice (S.G. 45 £3,000#58, 1919 £2 Deep rose and black, handsome mint single of this key high value, exceptionally well centered, deep strong colors with the black in a true black shade, o.g., barest trace of hinging, very fine and exceedingly choice (S.G. #45; £3,000). (Image) $4,500.00

SOLD for $4,000.00
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1390 ogbl 61 61, 1918 1p Rose, Die I, attractive bottom margin T.S. Harrison imprint block of four, strong deep color, quite well centered, o.g., h.r. mostly in the selvage, very fine (ACSC
74A[3]z).#61, 1918 1p Rose, Die I, attractive bottom margin T.S. Harrison imprint block of four, strong deep color, quite well centered, o.g., h.r. mostly in the selvage, very fine (ACSC #74A[3]z). (Image) ACSC A$1,500.00

SOLD for $850.00
Will close during Public Auction
1391 og 102 102, 1930 £2 Dull red and black, fresh mint single, rich colors and well centered, o.g., lightly hinged, very fine (S.G. 114 £2,750).#102, 1930 £2 Dull red and black, fresh mint single, rich colors and well centered, o.g., lightly hinged, very fine (S.G. #114; £2,750). (Image) $4,000.00

SOLD for $2,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
1392 P ACSC #100PP ACSC 100PP, 1930 2p Golden scarlet, Die II, imperforate plate proof from plate 2 on unwatermarked paper, wide even margins all around, brilliant color, faint vertical crease
between the two stamps and normal light blue pencil line that all have,ACSC #100PP, 1930 2p Golden scarlet, Die II, imperforate plate proof from plate 2 on unwatermarked paper, wide even margins all around, brilliant color, faint vertical crease between the two stamps and normal light blue pencil line that all have, very fine; a very rare plate proof that comes from a portion of only one recorded sheet (Scott #71P). (Image) ACSC A$2,000.00

SOLD for $1,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
1393 og 129 129, 1934 £2 Dull rose and black, multiple C of A wmk., fresh mint single of this key value of the last Kangaroo series, rich colors, o.g., very lightly hinged, nearly very
fine (S.G. 138 £2,250).#129, 1934 £2 Dull rose and black, multiple C of A wmk., fresh mint single of this key value of the last Kangaroo series, rich colors, o.g., very lightly hinged, nearly very fine (S.G. #138; £2,250). (Image) $3,250.00

SOLD for $2,100.00
Will close during Public Auction
BAHRAIN COLLECTION
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1394 Opc 1/117 #1/117, 1907-57 Attractive used collection/accumulation of over 100 stamps including a few multiples such as strips and block, plus four covers including 1908 and 1926 commercial covers with stamps of India prior to the issuance of the overprinted issues in 1933, the stamps include a nice range of the overprinted issues on stamps of India with all of the Rupee values of both the George V and George VI issues which are decidedly difficult to acquire in quality used examples, also the better high value surcharges on stamps of Great Britain including some of the different types, we note two examples of the 15R on £1 Royal Wedding, one tied to piece with registry label, fine-very fine or better; a nice clean collection of the elusive used stamps of this small country (S.G. #1/115; catalog value over £1,000). Est. $500-750

SOLD for $650.00
Will close during Public Auction
BARBADOS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1395 c S.G. #CC1 S.G. CC1, Paid at Barbadoes Crowned-circle red handstamp, clear strike on attractive small 1853 mourning cover to the United States, ms. 1- rate, BarbadoesNO 11 1853 double-arc
c.d.s. on the reverse and similar St. Thomas transit, SteamS.G. #CC1, "Paid at Barbadoes" Crowned-circle red handstamp, clear strike on attractive small 1853 mourning cover to the United States, ms. "1/-" rate, "Barbadoes/NO 11 1853" double-arc c.d.s. on the reverse and similar St. Thomas transit, "Steamship/10" circular handstamp overstrikes the Crowned-circle on entry to the United States, very fine; and attractive (S.G. £450). (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $375.00
Will close during Public Auction
BERMUDA
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1396 c HamiltonBermudaAP 20 1853 red rimless c.d.s. on petite mourning cover to St. Georges, a light but very readable strike of this early postmark, this was the canceling device
that was used by the Hamilton postmaster to make the very rare postma"Hamilton/Bermuda/AP 20 1853" red rimless c.d.s. on petite mourning cover to St. Georges, a light but very readable strike of this early postmark, this was the canceling device that was used by the Hamilton postmaster to make the very rare postmaster's provisionals of Bermuda, opening tear to backflap, very fine and attractive cover. (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $1,050.00
Will close during Public Auction
CANADA TWO CENT MAP STAMP DOCUMENTS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1397 c 1851 J. Valentine Ocean Penny Postage propaganda cover, a very scarce cross-border usage from New Brunswick to New York, on the front is a red Fredericton, N.B.Paid double arc
handstamp and faint United States entry c.d.s. plus ms. 7 rate ma1851 J. Valentine Ocean Penny Postage propaganda cover, a very scarce cross-border usage from New Brunswick to New York, on the front is a red "Fredericton, N.B./Paid" double arc handstamp and faint United States entry c.d.s. plus ms. "7" rate marking, on the reverse is a "Fredericton/N.B./JY 1/1851" c.d.s. plus St. John and other transits, inconsequential edge faults with backflap fold hinge reinforced, otherwise very fine and attractive; the campaign for penny postage started very early, as this cover testifies, but was not realized until nearly 50 years later on December 25, 1898, the center of the endeavor was in Great Britain where this envelope was manufactured and nearly all the propaganda covers were used there; usage from Canada to the United States is extremely rare; ex-Wellburn. (Image) Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $2,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
1398 J. Henniker Heaton, Member of Parliament, autographed appeal signed, this British politician was one of the most influential forces towards the end of the 19th century in the
campaign to secure penny postage to anywhere within the British Empire,J. Henniker Heaton, Member of Parliament, autographed appeal signed, this British politician was one of the most influential forces towards the end of the 19th century in the campaign to secure penny postage to anywhere within the British Empire, the 1898 2c Imperial Penny Postage stamp of Canada was issued after his success in this endeavor, this manuscript note entitled "Imperial Penny Postage" reads "I appeal to public opinion, to the hundreds of millions who own our Gracious Sovereigns sway. I ask them to make intercourse between their sundered coasts as easy as speech, as free as air. I entreat them to tolerate no longer this excessive taxation on the expression of their fraternal sympathies and on the growth of their trade" and signed by him; a marvelous piece of postal history for this historic reform that is comparable to that of Rowland Hill over a half century earlier; ex-Bain. (Image) Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $500.00
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1399 1896 letter from the Prince of Wales (Edward VII) Secretary, to J. Henniker Heaton, Member of Parliament, the letter is written on mourning stationery datelined Marlborough
HousePall Mall, S.W.5 Feb. 1896 and signed by Francis Knollys, the P1896 letter from the Prince of Wales' (Edward VII) Secretary, to J. Henniker Heaton, Member of Parliament, the letter is written on mourning stationery datelined "Marlborough House/Pall Mall, S.W./5 Feb. 1896" and signed by Francis Knollys, the Prince's personal secretary, the letter acknowledges Heaton's letter that apprised the Prince of the present position of the Imperial Penny Postage question, he states "His Royal Highness directs me to assure you that he warmly approves of the principle of the scheme..." and repeats a similar sentiment at the end of the letter, a very fine and important document; the Prince's support led the Postmaster General to propose the Prince's birthday of November 9, 1898 as the inaugural date for the Penny Postage, but the Queen objected to this tribute and it was inaugurated on December 25, 1898; the collector's article in "Maple Leaves" October 1994, Whole no. 250, pp327-328 confirmed the exchange of letters between Henniker Heaton and the Prince of Wales; a lovely companion to the Heaton document in the previous lot. (imagea) (imageb) (Image) Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $600.00
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1400 E Sir William Mulock, Postmaster General of Canada, typed letter signed, to Sir Sanford Fleming, famous Canadian businessman and entrepreneur, inventor of Standard Time for which
he was knighted by Queen Victoria, and designer of Canadas first posSir William Mulock, Postmaster General of Canada, typed letter signed, to Sir Sanford Fleming, famous Canadian businessman and entrepreneur, inventor of Standard Time for which he was knighted by Queen Victoria, and designer of Canada's first postage stamp, the 3p Beaver, this letter, written from London on August 8th 1898, was to thank Sir Fleming for the sketch for a postage stamp that he had submitted for the Empire Penny Post scheme, includes an original cabinet card photograph of the 3c design essay that he had submitted to Sir Mulock, inscribed below in the photograph "Design for a British Empire Postage Stamp/by S.F. Ottawa June 21, 1898", on the reverse in pencil is inscribed "Original Photograph/July 1898" and initialed by Sir Fleming, normal folds to letter, both are very fine; an important historical documentation involving two of the great men in Canadian philatelic history; ex-Bain. (imagea) (Image) Est. $2,000-3,000

SOLD for $1,150.00
Will close during Public Auction

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