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  • Great Britain 1924 King George V (Specimen), SG418var
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    Great Britain 1924 King George V (Specimen), SG418var

    £8,800.00

    Great Britain King George V (Specimen) 

    1924 1/2d Green.

    A superb quality original gum block of four with the lightest hint of a hinge on one stamp only, overprinted "SPECIMEN" type 32.

    An extremely rare and stunning philatelic piece and in all probability unique as a block.

    GB Specialised Catalogue Number: N33ua. - SG418var 

  • Great Britain 1929 1/2d green Postal Union Congress, SG434var

    Great Britain 1929 1/2d green Postal Union Congress, SG434var.

    A very fine unused original gum example overprinted "CANCELLED" type 33.

    Scarce, particularly in this fine condition.

    GB Specialised Catalogue Number: NCom5t.

    The Stanley Gibbons current catalogue price is £650.

  • Great Britain 1929 10s 'Seahorse' Experimental plate proof. SG417var
    Great Britain 1929 10s 'Seahorse' Experimental plate proof. Very fine huge margin imperforate example of the rolled impression with outer frame lines incomplete, printed in black on thick wove card at the Royal mint as an experiment into alternative methods of plate production. A spectacular new 'Seahorse' discovery to be listed in the next Specialised Volume 2 catalogue. SG417var
  • Great Britain 1929 King George V £1 Postal Union Congress (P.U.C.) black. SG438
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    Great Britain King George V 1929 £1 Postal Union Congress (P.U.C.) black, SG438. Very fine used example cancelled by a lightly struck circular date stamp leaving a clear profile. Recess printed by Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co. A stunning example of this famous British high value stamp design. The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price is £550.

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  • Great Britain 1929 P.U.C £1 black on cover, SG438
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    Great Britain 1929 P.U.C £1 black on cover, SG438

    £1,550.00

    Great Britain 1929 P.U.C. £1 black, SG438. Very attractive and scarce used on cover example to Paris on May 31st 1929. Used Within The Month of Issue, thus desirable.         

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  • Great Britain 1931 £1 Yellowish green experimental printing on Joyson paper. SG403var
    Great Britain 1931 £1 Yellowish green experimental printing on Joyson paper. Superb unmounted original gum left hand marginal example overprinted 'CANCELLED' type 24. Scarce. SG403var
  • Great Britain 1932 5s booklet (Edition No. 2), SGBB34.
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    Great Britain 1932 5s booklet (Edition No. 2), SGBB34.

    £4,950.00

    Great Britain 1932 5s booklet (Edition No. 2), SGBB34. A very fine and fresh example of this difficult and rare booklet. The SG catalogue price is £5,250.
  • Great Britain 1934 1d Scarlet Unused, SG440b
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    Great Britain 1934 1d Scarlet Unused, SG440b

    £775.00

    Great Britain King George V 1934 1d Scarlet, SG440b.

    A superb unmounted mint full original gum example of this peculiar variety printed on the gummed side.

    A scarce stamps and very scarce in such pristine condition - stunning!

  • Great Britain 1934 1½d 'Photogravure' essay. SG441var
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    Great Britain 1934 1½d 'Photogravure' essay. SG441var

    £4,400.00

    Great Britain King George V 1934 1½d 'Photogravure' essay, SG441var.

    Very fine vertical pair of perforated essays printed by Harrison & Sons on 'Harrison' script gummed watermarked paper, mounted on a small piece of cream card. Printed in red using the profile medal head design (Type G) from a photograph by W.D. Downey.

    A very attractive and rare unadopted essay. This series of essays are presently unlisted but are to be included in the next GB Specialised Volume 2 Catalogue.

  • Great Britain 1934 4d

    Great Britain 1934 4d "Photogravure" colour trials. Very fine imperforate corner marginal horizontal pair printed on glazed ungummed unwatermarked paper in red. Most attractive. SG445var. 

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  • Great Britain 1934-36 King George V ½d-1s
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    Great Britain King George V 1934-36  ½d-1s "Photogravure" definitives. Very fine unmounted original gum set of eleven, SG439/49. The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price is £95.

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  • Great Britain 1935 1d scarlet (Small format, watermark sideways inverted), SG440cwi.

    Great Britain 1935 1d scarlet (Small format, watermark sideways inverted), SG440cwi.

    A superb unmounted mint original gum strip of five examples of this scarce watermark variety.

    GB Specialised Catalogue No: N50(1)c.

    The SG catalogue price of singles is £195.

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  • Great Britain 1935 Silver Jubilee 2½d Prussian Blue, SG456a.
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    Great Britain 1935 Silver Jubilee 2½d Prussian Blue, SG456a.

    £20,000.00

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    Great Britain 1935 Silver Jubilee 2½d Prussian Blue, SG456a. A superb unmounted mint with full original gum example from the top right-hand corner of the sheet. An exceptional example of the unissued colour being the most iconic error of colour in GB philately. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the British Philatelic Association (BPA).

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  • Great Britain 1936 (Sept) 1½d Edward VIII Coronation Essays SG459var

    Great Britain 1936 (Sept) 1½d Edward VIII Coronation Essays, SG459var.

    Very fine set of 4 imperforate essays of the King in the Uniform of the Welsh Guards (Design type C). Printed in green, red and blue on gummed E8R (sideways) watermarked paper, each essay mounted on think card as they were presented to the Post Office and the Royal Arts Commission on the 7th September 1936.

    Very rare one of only six sets released, presently unlisted but to be included in the next Specialised Volume 2 catalogue.

  • Great Britain 1936 (Sept) 1½d Edward Vlll Coronation Essays, SG459

    Great Britain 1936 (Sept) 1½d Edward Vlll Coronation Essays, SG459. A very fine set of four imperforate essays of the King in the Uniform of the Welsh Guards (Design Type D). Printed in Green, Red, Brown & Blue on gummed E&R (sideways) watermarked paper, each essay mounted on thin card as they were presented to the Post Office and the Royal Arts Commission on the 7th September 1936.

    Very rare one of only six sets released, presently unlisted but to be included in the next GB Specialised Volume 2 catalogue.

  • Great Britain King Edward VIII 1936 (Sept) 1½d Coronation Essays

    Great Britain King Edward VIII 1936 (Sept) 1½d Coronation Essays. A very fine block of four imperforate essays of the King in the Uniform of the Seaforth Highlanders (Design Type F). Printed in blue on gummed E8R (sideways) watermarked paper, mounted on thin card. 

    SG459 var.

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  • Great Britain 1936 1½d Edward VIII Coronation essays. SG459var

    Great Britain 1936 1½d Edward VIII Coronation essays, SG459var.

    Very fine set of 5 perforated essays in red, orange, green, blue and brown, showing the King in the Seaforth Highlanders uniform and the photograph by Bertram Park, two unmounted original gum, three mounted on thin card.

    Very rare and important piece of postal history from the short reign of King Edward VIII.

  • Great Britain 1937 1d Scarlet. SG463var
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    Great Britain 1937 1d Scarlet. SG463var

    £15,000.00

    Great Britain 1937 1d Scarlet, SG463var.

    Superb quality unmounted mint with full original gum imperforate imprimatur tête-bêche gutter pair with NPM (National Postal Museum) handstamp on reverse.

    Very rare and with excellent provenance originating from ex.NPM archive sales 1984-85.

  • Great Britain 1937 2s6d Booklet (Edition No. 333)

    Great Britain 1937 2s6d Booklet (Edition No. 333) "PUNCH", SGBD21. An exceptionally fine and fresh example and scarce.

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  • Great Britain 1937 3s Booklet (Edition No. 337), SGBD21
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    Great Britain 1937 3s Booklet (Edition No. 337), SGBD21

    £1,900.00

    Great Britain Booklets 1937 3s Booklet (Edition No. 337), SGBD21.

    A very fine and fresh example of this difficult to find George VI booklet with cylinder numbers on all panes except the first 1 1/2d & final 1/2d pane. Scarce.

  • Great Britain 1938 2s Booklet (Edition No. 469),  SG BD12
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    Great Britain 1938 2s Booklet (Edition No. 469), SG BD12

    £950.00

    Great Britain 1938 2s Booklet (Edition No. 469), SG BD12.

    Blue cover printed in black with advert pane "BOVRIL MAKES A STRONG DEFENCE'. A very fine and fresh example of this difficult to find booklet with good perforations on all panes, containing advert pane QB23(11).

    A scarce booklet in such fine condition.

    The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price is £1,100.

  • Great Britain 1938 3s booklet

    Great Britain 1938 3s booklet "Car & General Insurance Corpn. Ltd" (Edition No. 373), SGBD22. A very fine and fresh example.

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  • Great Britain 1940 2s6d Booklet (Edition No.58), SG BD15
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    Great Britain 1940 2s6d Booklet (Edition No.58), SG BD15

    £975.00

    Great Britain King George VI 1940 2s6d Green Stamp Booklet with advert "MILLIONS BENEFIT FROM BOVRIL" (Edition No.58), SG BD15.

    A very fine and fresh example with all panes watermark inverted.

  • Great Britain 1941 King George VI 1941-42 ½d-3d definitives (pale colours), SG485/90var.

    Great Britain 1941 King George VI 1941-42 ½d-3d definitives (pale colours), SG485/90var. A superb unmounted original gum set of six imperforate imprimaturs with "N.P.M. Imprimatur" handstamp on reverse. Very scarce, only one of six sets released from the National Postal Museum archive sales in 1984-85.

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  • Great Britain 1942 2d. Pale Orange Tete-Beche Pair, Mint SG488b
    Great Britain 1942 2d. Pale Orange Tete-Beche Pair, SG488b. A superb mint pair. One of the Great Rarities Of British Philately. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the British Philatelic Association (BPA).
  • Great Britain 1949 2s6d Booklet (Edition June 1949), SG488b.
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    Great Britain 1949 2s6d Booklet (Edition June 1949), SG488b.

    £10,000.00

    Great Britain 1949 2s6d Booklet (Edition June 1949), SG488b. A very fine example containing a 2d pale orange pane incorrectly inserted and spectacularly miscut to the extent that it includes elements of three horizontal tête-bêche pairs. Two 1d stamps removed from 1st pane (probably used before the error was discovered), nevertheless a stunning variety and great rarity which is in all probability unique.
  • Great Britain 1950-52 ½-2½d (new colours, watermark inverted). SG503/7wivar

    Great Britain 1950-52 ½-2½d (new colours, watermark inverted), SG503/7wivar.

    Superb quality unmounted mint with full original gum imperforate set of 5 imprimaturs with 'BPMA' handstamps on reverse, except for the ½d value.

    A scarce set of imprimaturs of the finest quality released from the British Postal Museum Archives in 2014.

  • Great Britain 1956 2½d Carmine-red 'Wildings' (Watermark St Edwards Crown Sideways).  SG544var
    Great Britain 1956 2½d Carmine-red 'Wildings' (Watermark St Edwards Crown Sideways). Superb unmounted original gum bottom marginal imperforate imprimatur pair, each stamp with a British Postal Museum and Archive handstamp on reverse and showing sheet dividing arrow in margin. Ex sideways delivery coils. Scarce. SG544var
  • Great Britain 1958 2d Light red brown (Crisp print)

    Great Britain 1958 2d Light red brown (Crisp print) "Dollis Hill Phosphor Trial", SG573var.

    Very fine perforated block of 4 on un-gummed un-watermarked specially prepared handmade paper, without phosphor. Scarce.

     

  • Great Britain 1958 2d light red brown
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    Great Britain 1958 2d light red brown. SG573var.

    £800.00

    Great Britain 1958 2d light red brown (Blotchy print) "Dollis Hill Phosphor Trial". Very fine perforated block of four on gummed unwatermarked specially prepared handmade paper, with an all over green phosphor. Scarce. SG Specialised Catalogue Number: ST5(3)a. SG573var. 

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  • Great Britain 1958 Queen Elizabeth II 2d light red brown SG573var

    Great Britain Queen Elizabeth II 1958 2d light red brown (Watermark, Multiple Crowns), SG573var.

    A very fine unmounted original gum top marginal block of four showing variety "Imperforation between stamp and top margin". A very scarce piece.

    GB Specialised catalogue number: SG38c.

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  • Great Britain 1958 Queen Elizabeth II 2d red brown

    Great Britain Queen Elizabeth II 1958 2d red brown "Dollis Hill Phosphor Trial", SG573var. A very fine perforated horizontal pair on ungummed unwatermarked specially prepared hand made paper, with all over green phosphor showing a strong phosphor reaction. A scarce piece. GB Specialised Catalogue No: ST4(3)a.

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  • Great Britain 1959 3d deep violet
    Great Britain 1959 3d deep violet "Dollis Hill Phosphor Trial". Very fine perforated vertical block of eight on gummed crowns watermarked (upright) paper, with a 2mm blue phosphor centre band printed under the ink of the left hand column and no phosphor on the right hand column. Scarce. SG Specialised Catalogue Number: ST7(4)c, SG575var
  • Great Britain 1959 3s Deep Violet

    Great Britain 1959 3s Deep Violet "Dollis Hill Phosphor Trial", SG575var.

    Very fine perforated horizontal pair on gummed crowns watermarked (upright) paper, with a 4mm blue phosphor band printed over the ink between the two stamps, resulting in one stamp with a 2mm right band and a second with a 2mm left band. Scarce. 

  • Great Britain 1959 Queen Elizabeth II 1½d green

    Great Britain Queen Elizabeth II 1956 1½d green "Wildings" (Watermark St. Edmonds Crown Sideways).

    A superb unmounted original gum bottom marginal imperforate imprimatur pair, each stamp with a BPMA (British Postal Museum Archives) handstamp on reverse and showing sheet dividing arrow in margin. Ex sideways delivery coils. In recent years, the Wildings issues have attracted a large number of serious collectors with prices rising for unusual pieces.

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  • Great Britain 1959 Queen Elizabeth II 3d deep violet
    Great Britain Queen Elizabeth II 1959 3d deep violet "Dollis Hill Phosphor Trial". A very fine perforated top marginal block of six on gummed crowns watermarked (upright) paper with a 4mm blue phosphor band printed over the ink between the two stamps, resulting in three stamps with a 2mm right band and three stamps with a 2mm left band. A scarce piece. GB Specialised catalogue number: ST7(3)b SG575var.