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Displaying 15 Lots in Category - FALKLAND ISLANDS


Image

Lot

Type

Quality

Description

Estimate

Realised


197

E

A+

1901 KEVII Proposed Designs 2d photographic essay in sepia reduced to stamp-size & affixed to a piece of card (90x113mm) variously endorsed "B", 'Nov 27th 01" and in red "See Revised/design p187", also with colour samples for the duty plate in maroon & the King's head in blue. Superb! Ex De La Rue Archives and "Stanley" (1998), as is the next companion lot. [Despite these early designs, no KEVII stamps for the Falklands were issued until July 1904]

1000.00T

$1,150.00T




198

E

A+

1901 KEVII Proposed Designs 5/- photographic essay in sepia reduced to stamp-size & affixed to a piece of card (90x113mm) variously endorsed "D", 'Nov 27th 01" and in red "See Revised/design p187", also with colour samples for the duty plate in blue & the King's head in maroon. Superb! Ex De La Rue Archives.

1000.00T

$1,150.00T




199

E

A

1901 KEVII Proposed Designs 5/- photographic essay in red reduced to stamp-size & affixed to a a slightly larger piece of card. Ex De La Rue Archives. [This essay was adapted from the similar Queen Victoria 5/-, so it probably also dates from c.1901]

500.00T

$900.00T








200

*

A B1

1904 KEVII d to 5/- SG 43-50 with all the listed shades plus an additional 1d shade & 1d with Watermark Sideways, the High Values unusually well centred, Cat 1300+. Brandon Certificates for the 1d dull coppery red SG 44d (1985) & the 2d deep blue SG 46b (1984) as the then SG 48 & 53 respectively. (Qty 17)

1000.00T

$750.00T




201

P

A

1904 KEVII 1d "negative" or "intaglio" proof (with the text in black) in black reduced to stamp-size & affixed to a thin piece of buff card (52x52mm) from the printer's daybook, endorsed "Dec 29" (1903?), "60 leads" & in red "To replace plate/spoiled". Ex De La Rue Archives and "Stanley" (1998). An unusual and rare proof.

2500.00T

$1,900.00T




202

*

A A1

1904 KEVII 1d vermilion with the Watermark Inverted SG 44aw, excellent centring, Cat 350.

275.00T

$290.00T




203

**

A+

1904 KEVII 1d vermilion with the Watermark Sideways SG 44b complete sheet of 60 (6x10), unmounted, Cat 100++ (mounted).

200.00T

$160.00T




204

P

A+

1904 KEVII 2d imperforate plate proof single in close to the issued purple shade on crisp gummed MCA paper, very lightly mounted, Heijtz Cat 500 (see page 25). Superb!

400.00T

$420.00T




205

*

A C1

1904 KEVII 2d purple with the Watermark Reversed SG 45ax, very lightly mounted, Cat 170.

125.00T

$145.00T




206

*

A A1

1904 KEVII 2d ultramarine with the Watermark Inverted SG 46aw, excellent centring, very lightly mounted, Cat 400.

300.00T

$340.00T






207

C

B

1904 KEVII 5/- red SG 50, well centred, tied to 1913 Kiderlen cover to Germany by double-circle 'FALKLAND/+ ISLANDS +' cds, blue/white 'Falkland Island' [sic] registration label, minor soiling & a repaired tear at the base of the cover. A rare albeit philatelic franking.

350.00T

$420.00T




208

PS

B

1911 usage of formular Registration Envelope (unusual size 181x127mm) to England with scarce albeit philatelic franking of KEVII d pair, 1d, 2d x2, 2d strip of 3 & 1/- all tied by double-circle 'FALKLAND/+ ISLANDS +' cds, blue/white 'Falkland Islands' registration label, minor soiling.

500.00T

$525.00T






209

C

A

SOUTH GEORGIA: 1911 Cape Verde PPC to Norway with KEVII d yellow-green SG 43 two singles tied by double-circle 'SOUTH/GEORGIA' cds, the Norwegian message offers Christmas greetings & was almost certainly from a Norwegian whaler.

300.00T

$575.00T




210

C

A-

SOUTH GEORGIA: 1912 Lawson cover to England with KEVII 2d tied by a fine strike of the 'South Georgia' straight-line handstamp (22x4mm) & overstruck with the double-circle 'SOUTH/GEORGIA' cds, minor blemishes on the reverse don't detract from the very fine facial appearance, Heijtz Cat 600. [Heijtz at page 180 states that only five commercial covers - Cat 2000 - are recorded]

500.00T

$950.00T






211

CL

B

SOUTH GEORGIA: 1912 Lawson cover to England with OHMS header scored-through & partly obscured by KEVII 1d dull coppery red SG 44d strip of 3 paying 1d postage + 2d registration and tied by good to fine strikes of the double-circle 'SOUTH/GEORGIA' cds, blue/white 'SOUTH GEORGIA' registration label, wax seal across the flap with a fine strike of the 'SOUTH/[crown]/GEORGIA' mailbag seal, minor blemishes and folded at either end to facilitate display, London & Liverpool backstamps. A very scarce franking. BPA Certificate (1991) as the then SG 48 states "...1d dull coppery red...is genuine; not a pronounced example of the shade".

400.00T

$800.00T




Displaying 15 Lots in Category - FALKLAND ISLANDS



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