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    Lot 545
    Estimate: $40

    1838 (28 Jun) edition of 'The Sun', being the Queen Victoria Coronation issue (49 x 66cm), reinforced around edges and with a number of worn folds, with a large medallion portrait of the Queen, partly printed in gold and with a newspaper tax handstamp in upper right corner, spectacular and undoubtedly scarce


    Lot 546
    Estimate: $180 Realised Price : $230

    1840 1d Black lettered 'AH', 'HD', 'KK' and 'SC' cancelled in red, and 'BK' and 'EG' cancelled in black, one with four margins, others touched or cut into on one side, couple of other small faults (6)


    Lot 547
    Estimate: $600

    1840 1d Black Plate 1b pair lettered 'QD-QE' cancelled by red Maltese Cross, good margins all round and very fine


    Lot 548
    Estimate: $400

    1840 1d Black Plate 2 pair lettered 'AA-AB', close to large margins all round, tied by black Maltese Crosses to 1841 (20 Apr) outer from Burton-on-Trent to London. Two vertical filing creases, one through centre of pair but not adversely affecting appearance, otherwise fine


    Lot 549
    Estimate: $150

    1841 1d Red-brown Imperf horizontal strip of 3 lettered 'PA-PC', cut into at lower left and vertical crease through right-hand unit, good colour and fine appearance with large part OG


    Lot 550
    Estimate: $200

    1841 1d Red-brown Imperf Plate 40 lettered 'HD' (good to large margins all round) tied by two strikes of No. '9' in Maltese Cross obliterator on 1844 (12 Jan) entire to Dunfermline, Scotland. Two vertical filing creases, otherwise very fine


    Lot 551
    Estimate: $30

    REVISED DESCRIPTION: 1841 1d Red-brown Imperf Plate 172 lettered 'MI' tied by London '29' numeral on 1854 (13 Jan) cover to Gravesend, small to large margins, with flap tears and otherwise fine.


    Lot 552
    Estimate: $300

    1847-54 Embossed 10d Brown Die 2 horizontal pair cancelled London '23' obliterator touched or cut into on all sides, but fine appearance. SG No. 57, cat 3000


    Lot 553
    Estimate: $150

    1873-80 3d Rose Plate 19 lettered 'FK', 6d Grey Plate 15 lettered 'EG' and 1/- Green Plate 13 lettered 'IF' affixed to small piece, each cancelled by 'B01' obliterator used for cancellation experiments and with attempts to clean postmarks. Cut from a De La Rue Appendix Sheet, unusual and scarce


    Lot 554
    Estimate: $200

    1883-84 Watermark Anchor 10/- Ultramarine on White Paper lettered 'IB' cancelled central Belfast cds, well-centred and fine apart from some minor soiling. SG No. 183, cat 525


    Lot 555
    Estimate: $100

    1883-84 Watermark Anchor 10/- Ultramarine White Paper lettered 'IH', centred left and shortish perfs at top, neat Manchester/Telegraphs cancellation. SG 183, cat 525


    Lot 556
    Estimate: $1,400

    1888 1 Brown-lilac Watermark Orbs lettered 'DD', cancelled boxed 'C.H.B./G.P.O.' and with portion of 'MANCHESTER/TELEGRAPH' cds NO 30 88. A very attractive example of this stamp free of any defects. SG 186, cat 4250


    Lot 557
    Estimate: $150

    1902-10 King Edward VII 2/6d U (4) in distinctive shades, two with dated cancels, two with parcel post cancels, fine appearance with good colour (4)


    Lot 558
    Estimate: $350 Realised Price : $270

    1929 U.P.U. Congress 1 Black cancelled two crisp strikes of oval 'REGISTERED/LONDON CHIEF OFFICE' ds, very fine


    Lot 559
    Estimate: $120

    1959-68 Watermark Multiple Crowns Castles 2/6d - 1 De La Rue printings, 2/6 and 5/- (from lower right corner with two dots) lightly hinged, 10/- and 1 MUH. SG Nos. 595-598, cat 195


    Lot 560
    Estimate: $120

    1985-91 Harrison & Sons Ltd presentation folders, each containing a set of commemorative stamps, some minor foxing around the edges of some (44 folders)


    Lot 561
    Estimate: $300

    Perfins: KGV Seahorses (Bradbury Wilkinson printings) with 'C OF A' perfins as used by Australia House in London, comprising 2/6d (3, with upright, inverted and inverted and reversed punctures) and 5/- (3, with upright, inverted and inverted and reversed punctures), all with parcel cancels, a couple of insignificant faults, but fine for these and a scarce group (6)


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