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GRENADA LARGE LOTS continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1681 c 1892-1952 Small postal history lot of thirteen covers starting with two 1892 covers to St. Vincent with "2 1/2d." surcharge on 8p Bister (# 38), several covers of the King George V period including two registered covers with full sets of the 1935 Jubilee, includes two covers with single frankings of the 1940's 10/- Carmine rose and blue in two different color combinations, both perf. 14 with narrow frames of the earlier printings, plus two postage due covers including the 1892 1p value in single franking on a St. Georges local cover, fine-very fine Est. $500-750

SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
HAITI
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1682 c S.G. #CC3 S.G. CC3, PaidatPort-au-Prince Crowned-circle red handstamp, an attractive strike of this large type 1b marking on 1880 mourning cover to France with Port-au-PrinceOC 9 80
British Agency c.d.s. at right, rated 11 12 in red crayon withS.G. #CC3, "Paid/at/Port-au-Prince" Crowned-circle red handstamp, an attractive strike of this large type 1b marking on 1880 mourning cover to France with "Port-au-Prince/OC 9 80" British Agency c.d.s. at right, rated "1/1 1/2" in red crayon with Calais entry transit on the front, backstamped Marcelcave, some edge wear causing a couple of minor edge tears, still very fine; the British Postal Agency was in operation in Jacmel and Port-au-Prince until 1881 but the Port-au-Price office saw very little use with most mail submitted to Jacmel for the packet service; a very rare example of this post office (S.G. £2,250). (Image) Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $950.00
Will close during Public Auction
IONIAN ISLANDS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1683 c S.G. #CC2 S.G. CC2, PaidatCorfu Crowned-circle black handstamp, extraordinarily sharp strike of this attractive marking on petite 1845 cover to Malta, rated 3 pence in manuscript and P.
Paid in the top right corner, large double-arc Malta backstamS.G. #CC2, "Paid/at/Corfu" Crowned-circle black handstamp, extraordinarily sharp strike of this attractive marking on petite 1845 cover to Malta, rated "3" pence in manuscript and "P. Paid" in the top right corner, large double-arc Malta backstamp, backflap tears in opening, very fine and attractive; very scarce in this select quality (S.G. £550). (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1684 c S.G. #CC4 S.G. CC4, PaidatZante Crowned-circle blue handstamp, beautifully struck on 1849 folded cover with matching Zante23 Gennaio1849 oval with scroll pmk. at right, posted to
Marseilles, rated 7, Malta double-arc transit on the reverse and rS.G. #CC4, "Paid/at/Zante" Crowned-circle blue handstamp, beautifully struck on 1849 folded cover with matching "Zante/23 Gennaio/1849" oval with scroll pmk. at right, posted to Marseilles, rated "7", Malta double-arc transit on the reverse and red French entry c.d.s. on the front, very fine; an exceptionally rare British Agency Crowned-circle handstamp and particularly nice with the markings so well struck; a lovely cover in all respects (S.G. £1,300). (Image) Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
LEEWARD ISLANDS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1685 c 8 8, 1890 5- Green and blue, an amazingly well centered and fresh example of this key high value, tied to 1895 registered cover to Bournemouth, England by AntiguaOC 16 95 c.d.s.
with additional strike at left, portion of R in oval handstamp,#8, 1890 5/- Green and blue, an amazingly well centered and fresh example of this key high value, tied to 1895 registered cover to Bournemouth, England by "Antigua/OC 16 95" c.d.s. with additional strike at left, portion of "R" in oval handstamp, Exeter transit, very fine; a rare use from Antigua of this key high value (S.G. #8; £2,500 on cover). (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $600.00
Will close during Public Auction
1686 c 8 8, 1890 5- Green and blue, attractive 1895 registered cover to England, this attractive high value is tied by AntiguaFE 6 95 c.d.s. with additional strike at left, R in oval
handstamp, Bath transit, backstamped Bournemouth, trivial tone sp#8, 1890 5/- Green and blue, attractive 1895 registered cover to England, this attractive high value is tied by "Antigua/FE 6 95" c.d.s. with additional strike at left, "R" in oval handstamp, Bath transit, backstamped Bournemouth, trivial tone spot on cover , a very fine and attractive small cover (S.G. #8; £2,500 on cover). (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
1687 pbl 28 28, 1902 5- Green and ultramarine, lovely top right corner margin block of four, tied to piece by two strikes of St. KittsDE 5 11A12 duplexes, well centered, strong fresh
colors, very fine and choice a rare used block of the key high value#28, 1902 5/- Green and ultramarine, lovely top right corner margin block of four, tied to piece by two strikes of "St. Kitts/DE 5 11/A12" duplexes, well centered, strong fresh colors, very fine and choice; a rare used block of the key high value of the Edward VII series (S.G. #28; £300+). (Image) $320.00+

SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction
1688 p 83 83, 1928 £1 Black and violet on red, well centered example of this high value, tied to piece of registered cover with registry label by St. JohnsAntiguaJA 15 29 c.d.s., bright
attractive colors, choice very fine (S.G. 80 £250).#83, 1928 £1 Black and violet on red, well centered example of this high value, tied to piece of registered cover with registry label by "St. Johns/Antigua/JA 15 29" c.d.s., bright attractive colors, choice very fine (S.G. #80; £250). (Image) $275.00

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
1689 O 115a 115a, 1938 £1 Black and brown purple on red, well centered single of this first printing with central Road-TownTortola10 JY 39 c.d.s., rich colors of this printing, very fine
and choice a particularly scarce usage originating from the Briti#115a, 1938 £1 Black and brown purple on red, well centered single of this first printing with central "Road-Town/Tortola/10 JY 39" c.d.s., rich colors of this printing, very fine and choice; a particularly scarce usage originating from the British Virgin Islands which saw the least use of Leeward Islands stamps (S.G. #114; £275+). (Image) $175.00+

SOLD for $210.00
Will close during Public Auction
LEEWARD ISLANDS LARGE LOTS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1690 Op 1/147 #1/147, 1890-1954 Interesting used collection of over 160 stamps of this general issue of Leeward Islands, throughout are found cancellations from the islands of Antigua, Dominica, Montserrat and St. Kitts where these issues were used, includes a modest selection of the Queen Victoria issues, the Edward VII issues are well represented with several of the different 5/- values plus other high values, George V issues are similarly collected and the George VI issues are collected to show shades and varieties including seven £1 values including the scarce first printing, the duplication found throughout is largely accounted for by different shades, varieties, printings and cancellations, all are well above average in quality with hardly any faults, fine-very fine or better throughout (S.G. #1/140; catalog value in excess of £2,750). Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,700.00
Will close during Public Auction
1691 Opbl 1/43 #1/43, 1890-1909 Cancellation collection of over 100 stamps of Leeward Islands used in St. Kitts, all mounted on pages and including some multiples up to blocks of four and some on piece, over half are Queen Victoria issues with all values present of the first issue including the 5/-, most have "A12" cancels or various types of c.d.s. postmarks, we note three Edward values with "A09" of Nevis, fine-very fine and an interesting study of the usages of from this Island (S.G. #1/38; catalog value over £650). Est. $300-400

SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
1692 c 1894-1937 Postal history collection of eight covers with Leeward Islands stamps used in Antigua, includes two covers with the first 1890 Queen Victoria issue cplt., the 1/2p to 1/- are on a large registered O.H.M.S. cover to England and the 5/- is in single franking on small registered cover to England, also includes a 1902 cover with the three different surcharges cplt., plus a 1913 Edward VII registered cover with five different values to the 1/-, the rest are George V period with two set covers of the 1935 Jubilees including a FDC, overall attractive and fine-very fine. Est. $500-750

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1693 c 1897-1949 Postal history collection of eleven covers with Leeward Island frankings used in St. Kitts, includes two commercial usages of the 2 1/2p Victoria used to Turks Islands and Bermuda, both nice inter-island usages, also 2 1/2p Victoria postal entire to St. Thomas, other covers include four George V frankings, three are nice covers from the small town of Sandy Pointe to Scotland, plus four George VI period covers including a couple of FDC's, fine-very fine. Est. $300-400

SOLD for $260.00
Will close during Public Auction
KUWAIT
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1694 O 1/154 #1/154, 1923-60 Used collection of 150 largely different, includes a nice selection of the "Kuwait" overprints on Indian stamps including Rupee values, most of which have telegraph cancels, but most lower values including varieties have postal cancels, also includes Great Britain stamps with surcharges with better high values and even a few of the earliest regular issues for the country, fine-very fine (S.G. #1/136; catalog value in excess of £1,350, plus over £2,000 for stamps with telegraph cancels). Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $1,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
MONTSERRAT
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1695 Op 1/243 #1/243, 1876-1974 Comprehensive used collection of over 200 mostly different, includes a few of the Victoria issues including an interesting piece with two singles and a vertical bisect tied by "A08" in bars oval cancel (makes the proper 2 1/2p foreign rate; not counted in the catalog value), then all three sets of King Edward VII period sets are complete, plus all of the George V issues including the 1932 300th Anniversary set, the George VI definitives are complete including nearly all the perforation varieties, the collection concludes with Queen Elizabeth II definitives, the first set is complete, some later issues are just the better high values and varieties, a very clean collection, we observed virtually no faults and most have been selected for their attractiveness and light cancels plus varieties, fine-very fine or better; an excellent opportunity to acquire a nearly complete used collection through the George VI values (S.G. #1/154; catalog value in excess of £2,163). Est. $1,000-1,500

SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
1696 c 1907-56 Small postal history collection of twelve covers, includes two covers with Leeward Islands stamps including a registered cover with the 1902 "One Penny" surcharges cplt. plus two Edward VII values, Leeward Islands is not common used from Montserrat, also a registered set cover of the 1954 Queen Elizabeth issue, the Montserrat frankings feature a 5/- Green and scarlet on yellow single franking (#42), two set covers with the 1935 Jubilee cplt., one a FDC, and four 1918-21 registered covers to the United States with "War Tax" overprint franking with all three issues represented, fine-very fine and a nice selection. Est. $400-500

SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction
NAURU
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1697 c 1/15 115, 1916 12p to 10- Nauru overprints cplt. for all values as originally issued, less only the 1 12p value which was not issued until 1923, the three high values are De La Rue
printings, all tied to eight similar registered covers to Switz#1/15, 1916 1/2p to 10/- "Nauru" overprints cplt. for all values as originally issued, less only the 1 1/2p value which was not issued until 1923, the three high values are De La Rue printings, all tied to eight similar registered covers to Switzerland except one which is to England, all with Pleasant Island cancels, appropriate Australia transits and backstamped Bern, very fine; an attractive set of covers of this popular set (S.G. #1/12, 21-23; catalog value for the used stamps is £655). (Image) Est. $750-1,000

SOLD for $1,450.00
Will close during Public Auction
1698 p 15c 15c, 1916 Nauru overprint on 10- Indigo, the extremely rare Waterlow printing with marvelously intense color on bright white paper, tied to piece by P.O. Pleasant
Island(Nauru)AP 8 ? c.d.s., well centered and surrounded by full even perfo#15c, 1916 "Nauru" overprint on 10/- Indigo, the extremely rare Waterlow printing with marvelously intense color on bright white paper, tied to piece by "P.O. Pleasant Island/(Nauru)/AP 8 ?" c.d.s., well centered and surrounded by full even perforations, very fine and exceedingly choice; the Waterlow issue only was used on the first printing of the overprint of which only one and a half sheet were overprinted, from this printing the "Specimen" overprints were also produced leaving very few stamps to be used; a great rarity of Nauru; 1974 RPS certificate (S.G. #18; £5,000). (Image) $5,500.00

SOLD for $7,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1699 c 15e 15e, 1916 Nauru overprint on 10- Deep bright blue, the scarce shade of the De La Rue printings, beautiful vivid color, tied to neat petite registered and censored cover to
Switzerland by P.O. Pleasant Island(Nauru)JE 15 18, red circular c#15e, 1916 "Nauru" overprint on 10/- Deep bright blue, the scarce shade of the De La Rue printings, beautiful vivid color, tied to neat petite registered and censored cover to Switzerland by "P.O. Pleasant Island/(Nauru)/JE 15 18", red circular censor handstamp, backstamped Bern, very fine; a scarce philatelic cover as all covers with this high value would be; 1970 RPS certificate (S.G. #23c; catalog value £550 as used). (Image) Est. $500-750

SOLD for $1,150.00
Will close during Public Auction
NAURU COLLECTIONS
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
1700 Op 1/30a #1/30a, 1916-48 Handsome used collection of 66 mostly different of this popular country, includes "Nauru" overprints cplt. for all values as originally issued plus the 1923 1 1/2p, includes all three high values of the De La Rue printing with two extra 2/6 Yellow brown, also includes both shades of the Bradbury, Wilkinson Printing, the Australian Mandate issue is quite specialized with both issues on rough and smooth paper cplt., plus there are numerous extra copies of the earlier rough paper printings that show a nice range of shades including two very distinct shades of the key 10/- Yellow high value, an excellent collection with bright colors, nice cancels and virtually no faults, fine-very fine with the majority being very fine or better (S.G. #1/39b; catalog value £2,300). Est. $1,500-2,000

SOLD for $1,250.00
Will close during Public Auction

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