Prestige Philately Auction 153 CatalogueVICTORIA
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Displaying 10 Lots in Category - VICTORIA
Selection including Imperf 1/- Octagonal (2), Emblems No Wmk 1d block of 4 (pen-strokes cleaned-off) & 'ONE/PENNY' Wmk 1d strip of 3 (a very scarce multiple), 1900 Boer War 2d used, Postage Dues 2/- CTO etc, condition variable. (Qty 22)
1860-66 Beaded Ovals Laid Paper 3d light blue SG 88a (some light aging), unpriced by Gibbons with a 3d deep blue shade SG 88 included for comparison. [Kellow at page 130 states "This is a very rare stamp"] (Qty 2)
1860-66 Beaded Ovals Wmk Words of Value 4d dull rose with 'FIVE/SHILLINGS' Error of Watermark SG 92d, unused, Cat £2000. Rodney Perry Certificate (2009) states "...small thinning at base corresponding to watermark inconsistency. Rare unused".
1861-64 "Netted Corners" 1d green selection including mint examples of SG 103 (2), 104 (3), 104a & 105, all with large-part o.g., plus a few used including a pair, also faked unused & used examples of the olive-green SG 103, Cat £650+. (Qty 15)
1884-1900 Ultra-High Values Typo £50 SG 290, CTO AU18/00, large-part o.g., Cat £325.
1885-95 Naish 'STAMP DUTY' 4d lilac Error of Colour SG 300b, couple of short perfs, hinge remainder, untidy Melbourne duplex, Cat £900. Rodney Perry Certificate (2009).
1899-1901 Wmk \'85\' 1d rosine Watermark Sideways SG 357b, one pulled perf at lower-left, Melbourne cds of 10.7.00. Unpriced by Gibbons & unrecorded by Kellow. [** This was inadvertently entered as an "Offer" lot. Please note that the estimate is $100 and the reserve is $75 **]
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1899-1901 Wmk '85' 2d violet Watermark Sideways SG 357b, rounded corner at upper-left, Melbourne cds of NO25/99. Unpriced by Gibbons & unrecorded by Kellow.
POSTAGE DUES: Display pages with Blue & Clarets two mint sets some with Watermark Inverted plus to 2/- with 'Specimen' h/s, 1895-96 mint & used sets, 1900-04 1/- to 5/- mint, etc, a few multiples & a few are CTO, condition a bit variable but generally fine to very fine. (Qty 130+)
POSTAGE DUES: 1890-94 Blue & Claret set in mixed condition, mostly unused, the 5/- with large-part but disturbed o.g., Cat £425; also 1894 philatelic usage of ½d Wrapper with 'T1D'-in-oval & boxed 'REFUSED/ON ACCOUNT/OF TAX' h/s, Postage Due 1d tied by boxed 'LC2' d/s. [We have seen several similar wrappers, all with the Postage Due removed & sometimes replaced. This is the only "complete" example noted] (Qty 12 + wrapper)