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Displaying 21 - 40 of 168 Lots in Category - Early Imperforate Stamps




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SOUTH AUSTRALIA - Postal History




437

C

A

1861cover endorsed "PO Pt MacDonnell/16 May 1861" at upper-left, to North Adelaide with Rouletted 2d & manuscript cancel of four lines, 'MOUNT GAMBIER' transit & GPO arrival b/s. [The PO opened early-1861. No postmarks are recorded before March 1862]

200.00

$150.00






438

C

B

1862entire to "Nuccaleena" with Rouletted 1d SG 19 horizontal pair (a couple of faults), Port Augusta cds, postmaster's manuscript endorsement "PO/Blinman/Nov 21 1862" on the reverse, unclaimed & returned via 'KANYAKA' (b/s) to the GPO (b/s) where presumably the 'UNCLAIMED' h/s was applied. Ex Michael Blake. Blinman PO opened 1/9/1862: ten weeks later the post office "furniture" had apparently still not arrived. A PO opened at Nuccaleena in early-1864 but closed -/9/1866.

300.00

No longer available

TASMANIA






447

*O

Oldtime mostly used collection on leaves with a rather scrappy group of Chalons many fiscally used, Tablets to 10/- *&U, a few useful Pictorials including 1899-1900 mint set & later mint to 6d x5, 'SPECIMEN' Overprints including Tablets to 10/-, etc, condition variable. (Qty few 100)

500.00

$600.00T






449

V

A-

1853-54 Couriers Thin Hard White Paper 1d blue SG3/4 [13], margins good to large with complete outer framelines, light but probable BN '18' cancel of Campbell Town, Cat £1300. Ceremuga Certificate (2017) mentions "small repaired thin".

400.00

$320.00












450

O

A

1853-54 Couriers Plate I First State 4d red-orange SG 5 and Plate II Coarse Engraving 4d dull orange SG 11 x2, all with full margins, untidy Barred Numerals, Cat £1750. Peter Holcombe or BPA Certificates. (Qty 3)

500.00

$440.00








451

O

A

1856-57 No Watermark1d pale brick-red SG 19 horizontal pair, margins good to large with a fragment of the adjoining unit at right, light untidy cancels, Cat £1300+. A rare multiple. Ex Koichi Sato. RPSofV Certificate (2016).

600.00

$460.00








452

#

A/B

1857-67 Double-Lined Numerals 1d pale red-brown SG 26 block of 6 (3x2), margins just clear to good, ironed-out central horizontal crease & minor soiling, unused, Cat £3600++. Ex Trevor Hiscock. RPSofV Certificate (2016).

950.00

$800.00








453

#

B

1857-67 Double-Lined Numerals 1d carmine as SG 29 but with Dramatic Double Print, margins just shaved - at upper-left - to large with fragments of the adjoining units above & at right, a trifle oxidised, unused. BPA Certificate (2007) states "...variety double print unused is genuine". [Previously listed as SG 29a & unpriced unused; acquired at auction in 2008 for $US3250]

600.00

$460.00T




454

**

A

1871-91 Perforated by the Post Office Perf 12 6d dull claret SG 143 complete sheet of 120 (12x10), most units are remarkably well centred, full unmounted o.g., Cat £6000++ (mounted). Ex Estate of Dr Owen Ingles. [This is a common stamp even unmounted. However, this is the only complete sheet known to us and is likely a unique survivor]

2000.00

$1,100.00



TASMANIA - Postal History




464

CO

(B)

1871large piece (200x143mm) from a registered parcel to Kent with remarkable Three-Issue franking (faults) of VDL Imperf 4d & Perf 10 1d x2 and 'TASMANIA' Imperf 6d & 1/- (cut-to-shape) all tied by BN '63' of New Norfolk, private 'BOURNBANK/Parish of/Wellington' h/s & 'N NORFOLK/22 4 71' postmaster's provisional h/s, sloping 'TOO-LATE' h/s applied at Hobart, a few repaired edge-tears & parts of the address label removed with the registration ribbon. Endorsed "Printed Book with Photographs..." & signed "Molesworth Jeffery" which permitted mailing at the concessional rate for a "book packet" + 6d registration. Only six items recorded bearing the 6d registration rate that applied between 1871 & 1880. Ex Randall Askeland, Patrick Reid & David McNamee.

2000.00

No longer available

VICTORIA












468

O

Interesting collection on Hagners with Half-Lengths 1d x7 (one apparently unused & an oxidised pair) & 3d x16, Queen-on-Throne 2d x7, 1d x7 (three mint) & 6d x7, Woodblocks Imperf 'TOO LATE' 'REGISTERED' & 2/-, Experimental Separations x3, Perf 12 2/- green/yellow, four pages of Emblems including a few pairs, generally attractive & many are fine to very fine; also a rather scrappy range of Revenues including Stamp Statute to £1 x2, Stamp Duty Large £7 & £8, others to £25 x3. (Qty 260+)

750.00

$2,600.00T






















469

*OCPS

Carton of consignment remainders with a box of bundleware, Laureates 2d annotated selection of Plate Varieties including on four covers Ex Nick Holness (cost $437), CTO selection to 5/- x3 including 1897 Charity duo, 1d 'CA' Monogram strip of 4 & 'JBC' Monogram pair with Double Perfs, 'OS' group with ½d two corner blocks of 10 with some units with Double 'OS', 1d used pair with Double Perfs x2, 1d mint pair with Double 'OS', 1d with 'OS' Inverted blocks of 4 x3 (one mint), packets of loose Barred Numerals, lots of mostly pedestrian covers & Postal Stationery, etc. Ex Max Watson. (Qty Qty)

500.00

$1,450.00




























470

*O

Oldtime mostly used collection on leaves with some attractive Classics including Half-Lengths 3d pair, 'TOO LATE' 6d, 'REGISTERED' 1/-, range of Emblems, Laureates to 5/- blue/yellow with some Emergency Printings including 3d lilac Wmk '8', Large Stamp Duty a few postally used or CTO plus fiscal usages to £100 including 15/- lilac x2 & 35/-, 1886-96 Bicolours £5 to £9 fiscally used & £5 with 'Specimen' h/s, 1897 Charity duo unused & used + 2½d 'Specimen', 1900 Charity duo mint & used, KEVII £1 & £2 CTO, mint selection to KEVII £1 including 1/6d blue & later to 'POSTAGE' 5/-, Postage Dues Blue & Clarets set mint, Red & Greens to 5/- mint x2 & to 5/- CTO, a few Numerals including First Type '57' (rated RR) & '247' (RRR), the earlies with some faults but generally good to very fine. (Qty 100s)

2500.00

$5,250.00T






472

#

(A)

1850-57 Half-LengthsThomas Ham Vertical Drapes 2d drab SG 17a, close even margins, small professional repairs, unused, Cat £3750. RPSofV Certificate (2016).

600.00

$600.00








473

O

1854 Shilling OctagonalImperf 1/- blue SG 25 with Large White Plume over 'OR' of 'VICTORIA' & Deformed 'N' of 'SHILLING', a huge example with portions of the adjoining units at right & left, small fault at top - concealed by the cancellation - & associated thin, cancelled well clear of the varieties; also 'IA' of 'VICTORIA' Deformed [8] in a fine vertical pair, and Large Coloured Flaw above 'CT' of 'VICTORIA' [39] x2 (one Perf 12, rounded corner). Rare Transfer Varieties. Ex Geoff Kellow. RPSofV Certificate (2008) for the first. (Qty 4 items)

600.00

No longer available








474

O

1854-55 WoodblocksImperf 6d orange (shades) group including large-part reconstruction of 48 of the 50 positions including two pairs, also Experimental Separations Rouletted 7-9 x4 (one a huge marginal example), Serpentine Roulette 10-10½, and Compound of Serrated 18-19 & Serpentine Roulette 10-10½ x2. (Qty 120+)

950.00

$900.00




475

#

A

1854-55 WoodblocksImperf 6d dull orange SG 32a, large even margins, unused, Cat £550. An unusually fine example.

375.00

$280.00




476

O

1854-55 Woodblocks2/- dull bluish green/pale yellow SG 35 complete reconstruction of the forme of 25 comprising Imperf (16, nine have full margins) & Perf 12 SG 82 (9), a few faults but generally good to very fine, Cat £3700+. A fine achievement. Ex Les Molnar: sold at the Prestige auction of 29.6.2012 for $1725.

1250.00

$1,200.00






477

G

A+

1857 Woodblocks Experimental Separations Compound Serrated 18-19 x Serpentine Roulette 10-10½ at the Top 6d orange-yellow SG 61 marginal example from the right of the sheet, extraordinarily well centred, BN '1' cancel of Melbourne, Cat £500. Almost certainly the finest example in existence of this underrated stamp, of which only 7000 were issued: see Kellow at page 92. Ex Roland Geitenbeek. RPSofV Certificate (2015)

1000.00

$750.00






478

F

A

1857 Woodblocks Experimental Separations 6d orange-yellow SG 61 variant Rouletted 9¼xSerrated 18-19xSerpentine 10½xSerrated 18-19, BN '1' of Melbourne. A truly remarkable stamp. Not catalogued by Gibbons and unrecorded by Kellow. Ex Les Molnar: sold at the Prestige auction of 29.6.2012 for $1322. RPSofV Certificate (2016). [We know of only one other example]

1000.00

$750.00




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