Prestige Philately Auction 205 CataloguePAPUA NEW GUINEA - Postage Dues
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Displaying 7 Lots in Category - PAPUA NEW GUINEA - Postage Dues
1960 (March) 6d on 7½d SG D1, characteristic faint overall gum toning, Cat £850. Chris Ceremuga Certificate (2000).
1960 (March) 6d on 7½d SG D1 with 'FORGED' & 'K CEREMUGA' handstamps on the reverse, unmounted. One of the better forgeries.
1960 (March) 6d on 7½d SG D1, very well centred with none of the characteristic gum toning usually encountered, Cat £850. RPSV Certificate (2008).
1960 (March) 6d on 7½d SG D1 block of 18 (6x3) from the top of the sheet with margins on three sides, toning, Cat £15,300. Chris Ceremuga Certificate (2001) states "Only around 800 believed printed. A very rare block, being the largest multiple recorded". [A note with this striking item, states it originated with the family of the then postmaster at Lae]
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1960 (March) set of 5 values - the 6d on 7½d being SG D1 - tied to an unaddressed OHMS cover by very fine 'KEREMA/25JU60/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA' cds, Cat £460 (as loose stamps). Superb! Chris Ceremuga Certificate (2002).
1960 (March) 3d on ½d with the Overprint Double SG D3a, unmounted, Cat £1100. Chris Ceremuga Certificate (2001) states."Only one sheet of 60 believed printed". [John McNabb's similar example sold for $1380 at the Prestige auction of 12/10/2012]
1960 (March) 6d on 7½d with the Overprint Double SG D4a, some very minor toning as is usually found on this stamp, unmounted, Cat £1200. Chris Ceremuga Certificate (2002) states "Only two sheets of 36 believed printed", but in our experience this is much scarcer than SG D3a. [John McNabb's superb example sold for $1380 at the Prestige auction of 12/10/2012]