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Displaying 41 - 60 of 118 Lots in Category - Victoria
1863-78 Laureates 1d green (large-part o.g.), 2d violet Wmk '8', 3d mauve Wmk '8', 4d rose, 6d blue (large-part o.g.), 8d orange, 10d brown/pink (an enormous stamp, large-part o.g.), 1/- blue/blue & 5/- carmine & grey-blue, a few mostly minor faults, Cat £1200+. (Qty 9)
1863-78 Laureates Single-Lined Numerals Wmk '1' on De La Rue Paper 1d green SG 108 group, Perf 12¾ block of 6 [B7-9/10-12], gutter block of 6 [E9/12/15 & F7/10/13] & irregular gutter block of 12 [C3/6/8-9/12 & D1-2/4-5/7-8/10], and Perf 11½-12 1d gutter block of 6 [G6/9 & H4-5/7-8], some faults, the first & last blocks with large-part o.g. & the others unused, Cat £1950++. Scarce multiples. (Qty 4 blocks)
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1863-78 Laureates 1d pale green SG 108 block of 4 [G1-2/45], a few very minor defects still an unusually well-centred & attractive block, virtually full o.g., Cat £300++.
1863-78 Laureates 1d pale green SG 108 block of 9 [C1-3/4-6/7-9] with wide margin at right, a few faults still an attractive multiple, large-part o.g., Cat £675++.
1863-78 Laureates 1d green SG 108 group, six inter-pane horizontal strips of 4 in various shades & perforations, a few minor faults, cancels include BN '84' of Winchelsea & '97' of Beaufort. Very scarce group. (Qty 24)
1863-78 Laureates First Setting 1d green large-part unused reconstruction of 94 of the 120 positions including many pairs, strips & blocks of between 4 & 9 stamps, condition variable but many are fine to very fine with large-part o.g., Cat £6100 minimum.
1863-78 Laureates 2d violet (shades) Second Forme Setting complete reconstruction of the 120 positions, beautifully presented on exhibition pages, a few Barred Numerals. (Qty 120)
1863-78 Laureates 4d selection of scarce "Reglet" Flaws on Electro B7 (4, plus in an inter-panneau strip of 4 tied to a large piece by BN '46' of 'HAMILTON' - fine oval d/s) and on Electro B10 First Type (2) & Second Type (2, plus another tied to 1865 cover by a light strike of the rare 'BEECHWORTH/VICTORIA - VICTORIA' duplex - rated RRR). [Reglets are small wedges placed between the individual clichés in a printing forme. Normally they are tapped below the level at which they would affect the printing] (Qty 13)
1863-78 Laureates Single-Lined Numeral Wmk 8d orange SG 112 rejoined horizontal pair, a little aged, large-part o.g., Cat £750++. Only two other pairs have been recorded.
1863-78 Laureates Single-Lined Numeral Wmk 8d orange SG 112, a couple of faults, Melbourne duplex of MR25/65 which is the earliest recorded date.
1863-78 Laureates Single-Lined Numeral Wmk 8d orange SG 112 unused example with "Deep Edge" Variety at Top, plus "jumbo" unused & used examples with the marginal line printed at base or at left & top (very striking), Cat £750++. A desirable trio.
1863-78 Laureates Emergency Printings on Tasmanian Double-Lined '4' Paper 4d rose Perf 12 SG 114 deep (a few short perfs, large-part o.g.) & bright (unused) shades, Cat £280. (Qty 2)
1863-78 Laureates 1867-81 V/Crown Perf 13 1d bright yellow-green SG 131 block of 4, virtually full o.g., Cat £260++.
1863-78 Laureates Wmk V/Crown 4d rose Compound Perf 12½x13 SG 144a, Double Perfs at Base, a few trimmed perfs, Cat £400. RPSofV Certificate (1997) states "Perforation Mixed 13 & 12" but it definitely gauges exactly 12.5x13. [Kellow at page 165 records a similar stamp Perf 13x12. The current stamp was discovered subsequently]
1863-78 Laureates 1867-70 Emergency Printings comprising Wmk Double-Lined '4' pair with Misplaced Perforations on piece of JY18/68 (early usage); Wmk Double-Lined '1' with Wmk Variety Straight Serif on '1' , Wmk 'SIX/PENCE' x2 shades; Wmk 'THREE/PENCE' x2 shades (one unused); and Wmk 'FOUR/PENCE', Cat £380+. Very scarce & underrated group. (Qty 8)
1863-78 Laureates Wmk Double-Lined '1' SG 160 dated JY28/68 (earliest recorded date), and Wmk 'THREE/PENCE' SG 165 horizontal pair dated DC6/69 (earliest recorded date). (Qty 3)
1863-78 Laureates 1868 Emergency Printing on Lilac Paper with V/Crown Wmk 2d lilac/liac SG 167a reinforced block of 4, BN '244' of Talbot. Scarce multiple.
1863-78 Laureates Saunders Paper with Single-Lined '4' Watermark 6d blue SG 168, the Watermark Reversed (which is the case with all but one of the few recorded examples), corner fault at upper-right & a couple of other defects that don't affect the appearance, Cat £1600. Dunkerley Certificate (2007). [In the late-1860s paper supplies were occasionally exhausted requiring the printers to resort to all manner of emergency measures. Several very rare stamps are the result of these expediencies, including SG 168, of which a mere 10 examples are recorded]
1901-10 with No 'POSTAGE' ½d (2, one 'VICTCRIA') to 5/- SG 376-383, mostly unmounted; then 'POSTAGE' Crown/V Perf 12½ set to £1 (exceptional centring) including shades, Cat £750+. (Qty 32)