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Displaying 181 - 200 of 399 Lots in Category - Australian Colonies - General




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WESTERN AUSTRALIA - 1901-12 Commonwealth Period


181

G

A C1

TWO PENCE: Crown/A Line Perf 12.4 2d dull yellow as BW #W23 but with the Watermark Upright (Inverted), Roebourne (?) cds of 5OCT10. Unlisted.

350.00

$280.00




182

*/**

A

TWO PENCE: Crown/A Perf 11 2d dull yellow BW #W23 (SG 152) marginal block of 15 (5x3) from the right of the sheet, two vertical rows of Double Perfs affecting nine units, twelve units are unmounted, Cat $900++ (570) for mounted singles plus a substantial premium for the Double Perfs. A spectacular variety that is not recorded for this issue in the ACSC. Acquired for $862 at our auction of 10/3/2007. [Almost certainly a contiguous piece to Dr Walkley's similar block - no side margin - that sold for $1150 (2005)]

750.00

$675.00




183

F

A B1

TWO PENCE: Crown/A Mixed Perfs 2d orange-yellow Perf 11x12.4x12.2x12.4 BW #W25 (SG 162), Albany cds, Cat $750 (550). Rare. [The ACSC states "About one dozen used examples are recorded [including four in institutions]. All show Perf 11 either at top or bottom"]

500.00

$380.00




184

*

A C1

THREE PENCE: Crown/A Perf 11 3d pale brown with the Watermark Sideways (Reversed) BW #W28Baa (SG unlisted), large-part o.g., Cat $750. Very scarce. [The ACSC states "Only a few examples are recorded with reversed watermark"]

500.00

$380.00




185

#

A- B1

THREE PENCE: Crown/A on Thin Pre-Gummed Paper 3d deep orange-brown with the Watermark Upright BW #W31Ba (SG 170), unused, undercatalogued at $250 (180). Very scarce. [The ACSC states "A small number of sheets were printed on paper with the watermark upright". The ERD for this stamp is 30/11/1912, right at the end of the "States Period"]

250.00

$320.00




186

*

A- C1

FOUR PENCE: V/Crown 4d brown with the Watermark Upright BW #W32aa (SG 119a), the gum a little disturbed, Cat $750 (550. Very scarce. [The ACSC states "Several examples with watermark upright are recorded", including five in institutions. All recorded examples are mint, but Gibbons also price this stamp used]

400.00

$550.00




187

G

A B1

FOUR PENCE: V/Crown Perf 11 4d chestnut BW #W34 (SG 131), GPO cds of JY13/06, Cat $750 (425). [The ACSC states "This is a rare stamp with only a handful of examples so far recorded." Superior to Dr Cecil Walkley's example, that sold for $483]

400.00

$300.00




188

#

B C1

FOUR PENCE: Crown/A Perf 11 4d chestnut BW #W37B (SG 154a), a little soiled, unused. Previously unrecorded unused & unpriced thus in the catalogues. [The ACSC states "Less than ten examples are recorded", all used, including two in a museum]

1000.00

$800.00






189

G

A B1

FOUR PENCE: Crown/A Perf 11 4d chestnut BW #W37B (SG 154a), 'MARBLE BAR/MY3/09' cds, Cat $750 (400). RPSofV Certificate (2009) inaccurately states "4d yellow-brown SG 154": this shade is listed & priced by Gibbons. However, the ACSC states "The only recorded example [of the 4d brown] without 'OS' puncture is in the WA Museum".

750.00

$900.00




190

F

A B1

FOUR PENCE: Crown/A Perf 11 4d as BW #W37B (SG 154a) but in a distinctive orange-brown shade, 'LAWLERS/9FE1909' cds, Cat $750+ (400+). Unlisted shade.

750.00

No longer available


191

P

A-

SIX PENCE: 1896 6d die proof in black on surfaced card (92x60mm) with handstamps '9DEC96' in blue & 'BEFORE/HARDENING' BW #W2DP(1)A, light bend clear of the stamp impression, Cat $3000. Rare: only a few have been recorded. [Although the 6d was proofed in 1896 and printed in 1897, the entire printing was held in reserve until October 1906, making this a Commonwealth-period issue. Dr Cecil Walkley's superb example sold for $2530]

1750.00

$1,300.00




192

**

A B1

NINE PENCE: V/Crown Perf 11 9d red-orange BW #W49B (SG unlisted shade) upper-left corner block of 4, unmounted, Cat $1000++ (mounted). [The ACSC lists "orange" and "yellow-orange" shades. They should be #W49A "yellow-orange" & #49B "red-orange"]

750.00

$575.00




193

V

A B1

NINE PENCE: Crown/A Perf 12 9d orange with the Watermark Sideways (Reversed) BW #W50Aaa (SG unlisted), CTO with Perth cds & additionally with 'ULTRAMAR' handstamp in violet, no gum, Cat $500. Ex Portuguese India Post Office Archives and Bill McCredie (part of Lot 525, with the watermark variety not identified. [The ACSC states "Stamps with watermark reversed are all cancelled-to-order at Perth in 1906. Only a few examples have been recorded"]

500.00

$400.00




194

G/F

A/A-

NINE PENCE: Crown/A Perf 11 9d four distinctive shades, the first perf 'OS' as always, the last with the Watermark Upright as always BW #W52A-D, a few short perfs, cds cancels, Cat $1850. A rare quartet. [Of the last, the ACSC states "This stamp is rare, with approximately 20 used examples [and none mint] recorded", including five in institutions]

1000.00

$750.00




195

*

A A1

NINE PENCE: Crown/A Perf 11 9d dull orange with the Watermark Sideways BW #W52B (SG 157) horizontal pair, well centred, lightly mounted, Cat $500+ (340+), A scarce multiple.

300.00

$675.00






196

G

A- A2

NINE PENCE: Crown/A Perf 11 9d dull orange with the Watermark Upright BW #W52D (SG 157b), excellent centring, a couple of short perfs, 'P.P/25JL12/PERTH' cancel, Cat $1000. Chris Ceremuga Certificate (2009). [Both the ACSC & the certificate identify the shade as "yellow-orange", which it clearly is not. The ACSC states "This stamp is rare, with approximately 20 used examples [and none mint] recorded", including five in institutions]

600.00

$460.00






197

G

A B2

ONE SHILLING: Crown/A Line Perf 12.4 1/- sage-green BW #W57 (SG 169a), well centred, a few characteristic irregular perfs, heavy part-strike of the scarce '[MANINGA MARL]EY/NO12' cds, grossly undercatalogued at $1500+ (3000). Rare. Chris Ceremuga Certificate (2003) states "Extremely rare stamp...only 5-10 examples recorded." The ACSC identifies only a strip of three (whereabouts unknown) & three singles, one of which is in an institution. Dr Cecil Walkley's similar example - with 'MOO SANDSTONE' cds - sold for $7475]

5000.00

No longer available


198

*

B C1

TWO SHILLINGS: V/Crown Single-Line Perf 12.4 2/- brownish red/yellow BW #W58A marginal block of 4 from the base of the sheet, sweated gum, Cat $800+. Ex Sir Gawaine Baillie: acquired for $460.

400.00

$525.00




199

G

A C1

TWO SHILLINGS: V/Crown Single-Line Perf 12.4 2/- brownish red/yellow with the Watermark Sideways BW #W58Aaa (SG 124a var), 'DAY DAWN/AP7/05/WA' cds, Cat $500 (250+). Rare. [The ACSC states "Watermark sideways is rare in this perforation. A dated example is recorded from Perth 22/8/1905." This example is dated four months earlier. NB: the comb perf stamps were issued only in mid-1906, and sideways watermark is recorded only from 1909]

400.00

$440.00




200

*/**

B C1

TWO SHILLINGS: V/Crown Single-Line Perf 12.4 2/- orange-brown/yellow BW #W58B block of 4, the last unit unmounted, Cat $1000++ (1600++) mounted.

750.00

$575.00




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