1935 Silver Jubilee, the collection, mostly mint, including multiples showing the various Narrow Letter varieties, 2½d M block of 4 Imperforate Horizontally (SG cat £500, stolen from printer, some toning). Also five covers, with two sets on registered FDCs, another set of registered cover to Samoa, 'Iremonger' registered cover with 1d and 2½d pair and single, and 1d solo franking to NZ. Generally fine, with many stamps MUH (77 M, 3 U, 5 covers)
1935 Silver Jubilee 1d, 2d and 6d affixed to small piece and with diagonal seriffed SPECIMEN handstamps applied to the U.P.U. distribution to Bechuanaland, piece also with audit ticks in green crayon. Fine and unique
1935 Silver Jubilee 1d Red-brown and Lake block of 6 (3 x 2) from bottom right corner of sheet with variety 'Double Perforation' in right selvedge, from the sheet mentioned in 'The Postage Stamps of New Zealand' Volume V. Very fine with lower row MUH. SG 69 var
1935 Silver Jubilee 2½d Black and Deep Blue block of 4 from right of sheet error 'Imperforate Horizontally', the right-hand pair additionally with variety 'Narrow First E of GEORGE', from sheets illicitly removed from the printers. Very fine, with lower pair MUH. SG 70 var, priced in footnote at £500+
1935 Silver Jubilee 6d Green and Orange horizontal strip of 3 from left of sheet showing error 'Imperforate Between Stamp and Margin', plated as Row 8, Nos. 1-3, fine with large part OG. Only one sheet recorded, and therefore only ten examples can exist. A major Silver Jubilee error, SG 71 var
1937 Coronation, the collection with 1d (12), 2½d 15), 6d (11) including imprint blocks, 1d, 2½d M and 2½d U with variety 'Short Opt', all but one 2½d M. Also FDCs (3), 1d used on 1937 cover to Canada, and set used on 1937 cover to Fiji, posted on board RMS 'Niagara'
1937 Coronation 1d Carmine, 2½d Prussian Blue and 6d Red-orange each affixed to small piece and with 'SPECIMEN' handstamp in green as applied at Lisbon to U.P.U. specimen stamps despatched to Portuguese Colonies, fine (3)