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Displaying 1 - 20 of 27 Lots in Category - Victoria




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Lot

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Realised

C of A - Other Pre-Decimals


52

E

A

1946 Stamp Design Competition stamp-size photographic essay taken from a pen & ink drawing of an unaccepted design for a 2d inscribed 'UPPER MURRAY RIVER, CORRYONG, VICTORIA', evidence on the reverse of having previously been affixed in some type of record book. The only example we have seen.

200.00

$160.00



VICTORIA - 1850-59 Half-Lengths




128

F

C

Thomas Ham: Original State of the Dies 1d orange-vermilion SG 1, 3 margins & just shaved at upper-left, faults that don't affect the very fine appearance which is enhanced by the light "Butterfly" cancel being well clear of the Queen's face, Cat 5000. Ex Purves. Rodney Perry Certificate (2009). [Approximately 20 examples recorded, making this one of the world's rarest "Number Ones]

1000.00

$2,600.00




129

F

B

Thomas Ham: Original State of the Dies 1d orange-brown SG 1a [7], margins clear to large at base & left, a little cut-into at top & right, faint crease, light "Butterfly" cancel clear of the Queen's face, Cat 1900. Rodney Perry Certificate (2009).

750.00

$575.00






130

#

C

Thomas Ham: Third State of the Dies (Framelines Added) 1d dull rose SG 9b horizontal pair, margins clear to good at base & left, close to just touching at top & just shaved at right, a few faults, unused, Cat 6000+. Ex Pack. Rodney Perry Certificate (2009) states "...delicate pale shade, rare unused multiple".

1000.00

$750.00








131

C

A

Thomas Ham: Third State of the Die (Framelines Added) 2d grey SG 10, margins just touching to good, just tied by light "Butterfly" '15' of Geelong (b/s of SE30/1850) in blue to small Eliza Annand cover to Melbourne (b/s), Cat 190 x2+. Rodney Perry Certificate (2009) states "Exceptional quality for a Ham printing stamp on cover". [Far superior appearance to Gary Diffen's SG 10 cover from The Grange to Buninyong that sold for 960 at auction in 2007]

1000.00

$850.00






132

#

B

Thomas Ham: Third State of the Dies (Framelines Added) 3d blue SG 11, margins just touching to huge except at upper-right where there is a tiny nick, small thin at base, unused, Cat 1800. Rodney Perry Certificate (2009).

500.00

$650.00






133

O

A/(B)

Campbell & Co: 1d orange-red SG 23 horizontal strip of 4, margins good to large, the second unit with a small nick at the base, the second & fourth units with ironed-out creases, Cat 560++. Rodney Perry Certificate (2009). [Larger margins than Gary Diffen's very fine strip of 4 that sold for 2640 at auction in 2007]

750.00

$1,000.00






137

F

A/B

Campbell & Fergusson: 1d pink SG 28 vertical "gutter" strip of 4 [14/20/2/8] from the intersection of two intermediate transfer groups, margins good to large, attractive shade, ironed-out diagonal creases across the two lower units, Cat 180++. Ex Pack & Perry. Rodney Perry Certificate (2009) states "Rare".

400.00

$360.00






138

*

B

Campbell & Fergusson: 1d lilac-rose SG 28b Squeezed Transfer affecting 'ONE', margins just clear to good except where just touched at lower-right, minor bends caused by contraction of the large-part o.g., Cat 1100+. Rodney Perry Certificate (2009) states "Rare unused".

500.00

$380.00






139

#

A-

Campbell & Fergusson: 3d bright blue SG 29, margins just shaved (at upper-right) to huge with a fragment of the adjoining unit at left, unused, Cat 1800. Rodney Perry Certificate (2009) states "This shade is considerably scarcer unused than the 'greenish blue' shades". [Gary Diffen's single - accompanied by the comment "...less than six unused singles (& four pairs) exist in this shade...all with faults - sold for 2040 at auction in 2007. This example may be the finest known]

1500.00

$1,150.00






140

#

B

Campbell & Fergusson: 3d steel blue SG 31, margins just clear to good, small thin & minor crease, unused. Rare; unpriced unused by Gibbons. Rodney Perry Certificate (2009) states "...exhibits the characteristic more detailed impression of the 'steel' shade". [Gary Diffen had no unused example]

1000.00

$1,900.00






141

#

A

Campbell & Fergusson: 3d deep blue SG 31c, margins large to huge, Cat 1100. Ex Pack & Dale-Lichtenstein. Rodney Perry Certificate (2009). [Superior to Gary Diffen's example that sold for 900 at auction in 2007]

1500.00

$2,300.00






142

G

A/A+

Campbell & Fergusson: 3d deep blue SG 31c horizontal strip of 3, margins close to huge with fragments of the three units at the base, the superb right-hand unit with Diagonal Blue Lines across the Queen's Throat, light Barred Numeral cancels, Cat 135++. An unusual printing flaw. Ex Harvey & Perry. Rodney Perry Certificate (2009). [Significantly superior to Gary Diffen's strip of 4 that sold for 2530 at auction in 2007]

500.00

$575.00



VICTORIA




144

G

A+

1852-56 Queen on Throne Campbell & Co Stone 5 2d purple-brown as SG 19 position 32 [G - M] but Substituted in Position 42 in the Bottom Row, margins large to huge, fine Barred Oval '2' cancellation of Geelong. Superb! RSofV Certificate (2008). [Kellow at page 74 states that the lower-left block of 4 [FL - GM/QV - RW] was damaged,and substituted with a new transfer comprising [VZ - WA/FL - GM]. While most striking in abnormal pairs, he states also that "Examples of [41] & [42] with base margin are abnormal"]

1800.00

$1,350.00T




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