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  • Napoleon Bonaparte Hair Strand
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    Napoleon Bonaparte Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • A guaranteed authentic half inch strand of Napoleon Bonaparte's hair 

    Napoleon is one of history's most iconic figures. As emperor of France, his actions shaped Europe in the early 19th century.

    Following a successful coup d'etat in 1799, Napoleon went on to conquer much of Western and North Eastern Europe.

    Defeat in Russia and at the Battle of Waterloo has diminished the stature of his achievements. However, Napoleon was key in establishing a legal framework used across much of Europe, based on Meritocracy, and his military strategy is still widely studied across the world.

    When the Duke of Wellington was asked to name the greatest general of the day, he answered: "In this age, in past ages, in any age, Napoleon."

    A guaranteed genuine half inch strand of Napoleon Bonaparte's hair, presented on a card backing that's perfect for framing.  

    Superb provenance; the hair originates from the famed collection of Margaretta Pierrepont, wife of President Ulysses S Grant’s Attorney General.

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  • Napoleon Bonaparte signed letter
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    Napoleon Bonaparte signed letter

    £3,950.00

    • A signed Napoleon Bonaparte letter with superb content

    Napoleon is one of history's most iconic figures. As emperor of France, his actions shaped Europe in the early 19th century. Following a successful coup d'etat in 1799, Napoleon went on to conquer much of Western and North Eastern Europe.

    Defeat in Russia and at the Battle of Waterloo has diminished the stature of his achievements. However, Napoleon was key in establishing a legal framework used across much of Europe, based on Meritocracy, and his military strategy is still widely studied across the world.

    When the Duke of Wellington was asked to name the greatest general of the day, he answered: "In this age, in past ages, in any age, Napoleon."

    A rare letter from Napoleon to his stepson Eugene de Beuharnais, dated January 19, 1806 - five days after Eugene’s marriage to Princess Augusta of Bavaria.

    Displayed in a black backing with portraits of the two men. 

    Napoleon is clearly delighted on Eugene's behalf. The letter reads (probably in a secretarial hand): “I arrived at Stuttgart yesterday evening at six, I will stay here today and leave tomorrow. I am sending you a Moniteur [Le Moniteur Universel – a Parisian newspaper] where you will see news about yourself.

    “Two kisses to Princess Augusta, one for me, the other for the Empress [Josephine – Eugene’s mother and Napoleon’s wife].”

    Napoleon signs “Napole”, a rare shortened variant of his signature. 

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  • Nastassja Kinski Autographed Photograph
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    Nastassja Kinski Autographed Photograph

    £150.00

    • An autographed photograph of model and actress Natassja Kinski 

    German-born Nastassja Kinski (1960-) was an international sex symbol of the 1970s and 1980s. She has appeared in over 60 movies, winning a Golden Globe for her youthful performance as the title character in Tess.

    This autographed photo of Kinski measures 10 x 8 inches. The actress is shown nude, with a snake curled against her. The photograph, marketed as a poster, was taken by the famed Richard Avedon.

    The signature, written in blue ink, and photo are in fine condition.

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  • Natal - South Africa 1902 £20 red and green
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    Natal - South Africa 1902 £20 red and green

    £50,000.00

    Natal - South Africa 1902 £20 red and green, SG145b. A superb mint example of this great British Colonial rarity. Provenance: Ex. Manus, (Plumridge, London 1933). Accompanied with two separate certificates of authenticity - Diena and David Brandon.

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  • Neil Armstrong Hair Strand
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    Neil Armstrong Authentic Strand of Hair for Sale

    £399.00

    • An authentic strand of hair from first man on the Moon Neil Armstrong 

    In 1969, Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the Moon. 

    He was awarded a Congressional Space Medal of Honor for his efforts and has been decorated by 17 countries in total. Shortly after Apollo 11, Armstrong announced that he would not be flying into space again.

    For one year he served as Deputy Associate Administrator for Aeronautics, NASA Headquarters and then went on to teach at the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Cincinnati between 1971 and 1979. From 1982 until 1992 he was chairman of Computing Technologies for Aviation Inc.

    This strand of hair comes with a sworn testimony from Neil Armstrong's barber declaring it to be genuine:

    "This is to inform you that I have been the barber of record of Neil Armstrong since October 1999. I generally cut his hair once a month. This is the, Neil Armstrong, who was an astronaut for N.A.S.A. and the first man to walk on the moon. I do attest that the hair clippings submitted to you are his hairs that I cut from his head."

    This is a highly sought after piece of history with impeccable provenance. It's presented on a display card perfect for framing. 

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  • Neil Armstrong autograph
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    Neil Armstrong autograph with photographic provenance

    £8,950.00

    • A Neil Armstrong autograph with exceptional photographic provenance 

    In 1969, Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the Moon. 

    He was awarded a Congressional Space Medal of Honor for his efforts and has been decorated by 17 countries in total. Shortly after Apollo 11, Armstrong announced that he would not be flying into space again.

    For one year he served as Deputy Associate Administrator for Aeronautics, NASA Headquarters and then went on to teach at the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Cincinnati between 1971 and 1979. From 1982 until 1992 he was chairman of Computing Technologies for Aviation Inc.

    This is a C.R. Gibson company Autograph book measuring 6 inches x 4½ inches.

    The book contains various autographs including those of George Foster (baseball), Charley Pride (musician), Foster Brooks (comedian), Gerald Ford (President), Glen Campbell (musician), Pat Boone (musician), Bob Griese (football), Bob Hope (comedian).

    All the signatures were obtained at the annual 'Bogie Busters' golf tournament, which was held to raise funds for charity.

    In addition there is a Jim Irwin signature with handwritten annotation "To Ed, His love from the Moon, Jim Irwin, Apollo 15 (plus moon drawing), 21 Nov 1980".

    The Neil Armstrong autograph is clearly signed and occupies a single page within the autograph book. It is accompanied by an original colour photograph of a smiling Neil Armstrong at the golf event, alongside the recipient of the autograph.

    A very rare signature, uniquely documented by the accompanying photograph. Sold with a letter of provenance from the recipient of the autograph.

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  • Neil Armstrong Signed Menu
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    Neil Armstrong autographed dinner menu

    £6,950.00

    • A menu Neil Armstrong signed at a restaurant in Tralee, Ireland in 1997
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    In 1969, Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the Moon. 

    He was awarded a Congressional Space Medal of Honor for his efforts and has been decorated by 17 countries in total. Shortly after Apollo 11, Armstrong announced that he would not be flying into space again.

    For one year he served as Deputy Associate Administrator for Aeronautics, NASA Headquarters and then went on to teach at the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Cincinnati between 1971 and 1979. From 1982 until 1992 he was chairman of Computing Technologies for Aviation Inc.

    A large dinner menu measuring approximately 8" x 12" for 'Larkins Restaurant' Tralee, Ireland neatly signed by Neil Armstrong in black pen.

    Armstrong and his wife Carol were guests of honour at the dinner during their visit to Ireland on 19th April 1997, during which they opened an exhibition on Space Exploration at the Kerry Museum in Tralee.

    The dinner was hosted by Dick Spring, the Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister of Ireland at the time.

    The menu is accompanied by a letter of provenance from Ann Golden, the wife of Seamus Chamberlain the Irish representative to the European Space Agency at the time. It's in fine condition and signed during a time when Armstrong was famed for his refusal to sign autographs.

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  • Neil Armstrong Hairdressing Scissors & Comb
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    Neil Armstrong Hairdressing Scissors & Comb

    £25,000.00

    • One of the most talked about pieces of Neil Armstrong memorabilia
    • Used to cut the hair of the first man on the Moon
    • Accompanied by 25 strands of Neil Armstrong's hair

    In 1969, Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the Moon. 

    He was awarded a Congressional Space Medal of Honor for his efforts and has been decorated by 17 countries in total. Shortly after Apollo 11, Armstrong announced that he would not be flying into space again.

    For one year he served as Deputy Associate Administrator for Aeronautics, NASA Headquarters and then went on to teach at the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Cincinnati between 1971 and 1979. From 1982 until 1992 he was chairman of Computing Technologies for Aviation Inc.

    This is a pair of scissors and a comb used by Neil Amstrong's barber, Marx Sizemore, to cut the Moonwalker's hair.

    They are accompanied by 25 strands of Armstrong's hair.

    In May 2005, Neil Armstrong became involved in a legal battle with barber Marx Sizemore of Lebanon, Ohio, after finding that the barber was selling off cuts of his hair to memorabilia hunters.

    Armstrong threatened legal action unless the hair was returned or the sale proceeds donated to charity. Following Sizemore making the charitable donation, the scissors & comb used by the barber have been held in a private collection.

    Provenance

    This is a well documented collection.

    Included in the sale are copies of the legal correspondence between Taft, Stettinius & Hollister LLP, Armstrong's legal representatives, and barber Marx Sizemore.

    Also included are sworn testimonies from Sizemore declaring the hair to be genuine:

    "This is to inform you that I have been the barber of record of Neil Armstrong since October 1999. I generally cut his hair once a month. This is the, Neil Armstrong, who was an astronaut for N.A.S.A. and the first man to walk on the moon. I do attest that the hair clippings submitted to you are his hairs that I cut from his head."

    There is another Sizemore document authenticating the scissors used to cut Armstrong's hair.

    A notarised Public State of Colorado document is also included, detailing how the original purchaser obtained the hair from Marx Sizemore.

    Rarity

    Since 1994, Neil Armstrong ceased signing autographs as he found out that many forgeries were selling for large amounts of money.

    Armstrong's is now considered to be one the most valuable and best-performing signatures. 

    An estimated 600 million people tuned in to watch the launch of Apollo 11 and so it comes as no surprise that memorabilia related to the mission and its astronauts is highly sought after.

    Combine this demand with the shortage of Neil Armstrong signed memorabilia out there and it becomes apparent why personal items such as this comb, scissors and hair, are incredibly rare.

    History of hair collecting

    Hair collecting was hugely popular in the Victorian era. Military officer, Robert E. Lee would regularly give away a sample of his hair instead of an autograph.

    A curator at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Harry Rubenstein, says "more so than an autograph, it was a sign of affection".

    The poet Leigh Hunt is known to have had a collection of hair from 21 notable figures inducing Edgar Allen Poe, John Keats and George Washington. This collection is currently on display in the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas.

    Comparables

    The value of the 25 off-cuts of hair alone should not be underestimated... A single strand of Elvis Presley hair recently sold for £1,055 ($1,750) at auction.

    Also in recent years locks from Babe Ruth have sold for $38,000 at auction, John Lennon for $48,000, Elvis and Che Guevara for $119,500. Even teen sensations Justin Bieber's hair has sold at auction for $40,668.

    The price of Armstrong memorabilia soared at the recent Apollo 11 40th Anniversary celebrations. A personal cheque signed by Neil Armstrong on the day of his lunar mission sold for a record $27,350. That's 54 times the minimum bid price of $500.

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  • Nelson Mandela signed Long Walk to Freedom
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    Nelson Mandela signed Long Walk to Freedom

    £3,995.00

    •  An illustrated presentation copy of Nelson Mandela’s autobiography, The Long Walk to Freedom, signed by the author
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    Nelson Mandela (1918-2013) was a South African politician, anti-apartheid revolutionary and philanthropist, who spent his life battling racial injustice.

    He spent 27 years in prison for fighting apartheid and opposing the South African government, and was initially labelled a terrorist by some Western governments.

    Mandela was finally released from jail in 1990 and helped negotiate the end of apartheid, for which he was awarded the Nobel Peace prize in 1993 along with President F. W. de Klerk.

    This is a limited edition copy of The Illustrated Long Walk to Freedom produced by Chinthurst Fine Books in 2003 to celebrate Mandela’s 85th birthday.

    The edition is bound in brown morocco with marbled end papers and housed in a cloth solander box measuring 8.7 x 11.5 inches.

    Nelson Mandela’s attractive signature appears in black ballpoint pen on one of the title pages.

    A pull out compartment contains an 8.4 x 8.4 inch portrait of Mandela by the photographer Greg Bartley (signed by the artist).

    Numbered 175 of 250.

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  • Nelson Mandela signed photograph
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    Nelson Mandela signed photograph

    £4,950.00

    • A Nelson Mandela autograph on photo, taken during his historic first state visit to Britain in 1996 

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    Nelson Mandela (1918-2013) was a South African politician, anti-apartheid revolutionary and philanthropist, who spent his life battling racial injustice.

    He spent 27 years in prison for fighting apartheid and opposing the South African government, and was initially labelled a terrorist by some Western governments.

    Mandela was finally released from jail in 1990 and helped negotiate the end of apartheid, for which he was awarded the Nobel Peace prize in 1993 along with President F. W. de Klerk.

    In 1994 he was then elected President in the country's first multiracial general election, and served as the head of state until 1999.

    This colour photograph depicts Mandela giving his historic speech to Parliament on July 11, 1996.

    The photograph also features Lord MacKay of Clashfern (the Lord Chancellor), and Betty Boothroyd  (Speaker of the House of Commons), both of whom also gave speeches that day.

    The photograph is signed boldly by all three in black ink. Mandela has also dated his autograph "10.4.99".

    The photograph is framed and glazed, and measures 24.5 x 34cm.

    During his four-day visit to the UK Mandela stayed at Buckingham Palace as a guest of Queen Elizabeth II; hosted a music concert at the Royal Albert Hall to raise funds for South African children's charities; visited Brixton, the heart of London's black community; and gave an impassioned speech to Parliament.

    According to reports, members of Parliament brought their families along with them to witness the speech inside a packed Westminster Hall.

    He was introduced on stage by Betty Boothroyd, Speaker of the House of Commons, who stated:

    "You spent more than a third of your life in prison, though your spirit was freer there than those of your captors outside."

    Mandela's speech mentioned the often fraught relationship between Britain and South Africa over the past two centuries; the struggle to rebuild his country and unify its people; and the continuing fight against racism around the world.

    He stated:"Racism is a blight on the human conscience.

    "The idea that any people can be inferior to another, to the point where those who consider themselves superior define and treat the rest as sub-human, denies the humanity even of those who elevate themselves to the status of gods."

    This exceptional signed photo is a wonderful tribute to one of the most universally admired figures in history.  

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  • Nelson, Viscount Admiral Horatio British naval commander and national hero (1758-1805)

    British naval commander and national hero (1758-1805), Nelson was famed for his bold decisions and occasional disregard for his senior officers orders, resulting in significant victories against the French during the Napoleonic wars.

    His greatest battle was his last, at Cape Trafalgar, which saved Britain from threat of invasion by Napoleon.

    Before the battle on 21st October 1805, Nelson sent out the famous signal to his fleet 'England expects that every man will do his duty'.

    He was killed by a French sniper a few hours later.

    We have a signed Nelson document addressed to Thomas Graves, Rear-Admiral of the White, ordering him to place himself under Nelson's command.

    Graves was second in command under Rear-Admiral Horatio Nelson at the Battle of Copenhagen on 2nd April 1801, in which Nelson and his men defeated a Danish-Norwegian fleet after famously disregarding Admiral Sir Hyde Parker's command to fall back.

    Countersigned at the foot by Thomas Wallis, and endorsed by Graves with the number 9.

    One page with endorsed second leaf, on board HMS St George, Kioge Bay, 5th May 1801.

    Measures 480x550mm and has been professionally mounted and framed together with reproduction portrait of Nelson. With light age-relating toning, otherwise very good condition.

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  • New Hebrides 1910 King George V (15 Dec)  SG10/16
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    New Hebrides 1910 King George V (15 Dec) SG10/16

    £15.00

    New Hebrides King George V 1910 (15 Dec) of Fiji overprinted with "NEW HEBRIDES" and "CONDOMINIUM" by De La Rue, ordinary paper (½d to 2½d) or chalk-surfaced paper (5d, 6d, 1s) Watermark Multiple Crown CA set of 7 to 1s black/green, SG10/16. A fine quality lightly mounted mint set. The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £19.
  • New Hebrides 1925 (June) 1/2d to 5s green/yellow set of 9, SG43/51

    New Hebrides King George V 1925 (June) Watermark Multiple Script CA 1/2d to 5s green/yellow set of 9, SG43/51.

    An attractive set of unused stamps with large part original gum. Some minor staining on the 2d stamp but still an overall fine quality set.

    The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £23.

  • New Hebrides 1938 (1 June) 5c to 10f violet/blue set of 12, SG52/63

    New Hebrides 1938 King George VI (1 June) Gold Currency Watermark Multiple Script CA 5c to 10f violet/blue set of 12, SG52/63.

    A fine quality original gum mint set of stunning design, with some minor gum disturbance on some stamps in the set not detracting from the quality.

    The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £325.

  • New South Wales 1851-55 'Laureate' 2d chalky blue, plate I, SG53
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    New South Wales 1851-55 'Laureate' 2d chalky blue, plate I, SG53, fine impression on bluish paper. Good margins, unused with large part original gum. Rare in this quality. Accompanied by a British Philatelic Association certificate of authenticity (2003).

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  • New Zealand 1930 series of 36 die proofs (SGF145/68a)
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    New Zealand 1930 series of 36 die proofs (SGF145/68a)

    £25,000.00

    New Zealand 1930 series of 36 die proofs (SGF145/68a)

     

    For Sale: £25,000

     

    1930 Series of thirty-six stamp-size die proofs in black on glazed card for the 1931-40 'Arms' postal fiscal issue, affixed to two ledger pages (numbered '261' and '262') and headed 'NEW ZEALAND / STAMP DUTIES', each proof handstamped 'CANCELLED' in RED and numbered below, arranged in groups according to the different side-panel designs as follows:

    'DESIGN No. 1' commencing with an original undenominated master proof for the whole series with uncleared value tablets and side-panels, a master proof showing side-panels, 'SIXPENCE' at foot and uncleared value tablet at top, and four completed proofs for the 1s3d, 2s6d, 7s6d and 12s6d values;

    'DESIGN No. 2' comprising two master proofs showing side-panels, 'SHILLINGS' at foot and uncleared value tablet at top, and eleven completed proofs for the 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s, 15s, 25s, 30s and 35s values;

    'DESIGN No. 3' comprising master proof showing side-panels, 'TEN SHILLINGS' at foot and uncleared value tablet at top, and three completed proofs for the £2.10, £3.10 and £4.10 values;

    'DESIGN No. 4' comprising master proof showing side-panels, 'POUNDS' at foot and uncleared value tablet at top, and ten completed proofs for the £1, £2, £3, £4, £5, £6, £7, £8, £9, £10 values;

    'DESIGN No. 5' comprising two master proofs showing side-panels and undenominated value tablets at top and foot (one with uncleared value tablets and the other with cleared value tablets, this last intended to allow the production of additional values via locally produced duty plates, as with SG 700, 825 and F212/6).

    Although the stamps were printed by the Govt Ptg Office, Wellington, the original dies and plates were produced by the Royal Mint.

    A unique and magnificent series of the utmost importance, never previously available to collectors.

    From the recently discovered proof book presented to Royal Mint engraver H.A.Richardson on his retirement (when the red 'CANCELLED' handstamp was applied).

    [The Postage Stamps of New Zealand vol 1, pp.514-5 refers to the Royal Mint engraving steel dies and making 32 electrotype plates. This probably relates to 28 denominated values, and four partly denominated ('AND SIXPENCE', 'SHILLINGS', 'TEN SHILLINGS' and 'POUNDS') values.

    N.B. It should be pointed out that the reverses of the two ledger pages remain intact, and comprise '260' with nine Irish 'income tax' die proofs and '263' with an important range of twelve NZ 1938 postal stationery die proofs, each with the same 'CANCELLED' handstamp.]

    An ex Stanley Gibbons stock item.

  • New Zealand 1931-40 Postal Fiscal

    New Zealand Postal Fiscal. 1931-40 "Arms" 35s orange-yellow, watermark 43, "Wiggins Teape" paper, unmounted mint with original gum, SGF181.

    An exceptional quality example of this key rarity.

    Accompanied with a British Philatelic Association (BPA) certificate of authenticity (2002).

    The SG catalogue price is £8,000.

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  • New Zealand 1935 (1 May) 'Second Pictorial' die proofs (SG559/69)

    New Zealand 1935 (1 May) 'Second Pictorial' die proofs (SG559/69). 1935 (1 May) 'Second Pictorial' 2d, 2½d, 4d to 8d, 1s, 2s, 3s, nine values, De La Rue stamp-size die proofs in issued colours on thick slightly surfaced unwatermarked wove with 2mm margins and part original gum.

    Couple of trivial blemishes mentioned for accuracy (1s with small corner thin, 3s with minor split at top of frame due to pressure of printing), but a beautiful series of great rarity.

    [The ½d, 1d, 1½d and 3d values are not present; the 9d value of the set was printed by lithography by Waterlow, and does not exist in this form].

    An ex Stanley Gibbons stock item.

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  • Newfoundland 1859 (Cover) SG4
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    Newfoundland 1859 (Cover) SG4

    £6,250.00

    Newfoundland 1859 (Cover) SG4 St John's to Baltimore. 1859 (AP 1) outer wrapper from St Johns to Baltimore, 'Tucker' correspondence, endorsed 'pr Mail via Halifax', franked by 1857-64 4d scarlet-vermilion, good to very large margins except a little close at foot, tied by light barred oval, with red despatch cds (overstruck by '5/BOSTON/BR.PKT.' entry cds dated 'AP 10') alongside.

    Vertical filing folds (clear of stamp and postmarks), but very fine for this usage, the stamp a particularly attractive example with lovely colour.

    Ex Bill Gross, Hubbard and Carey Fox with Royal Philatelic Society (1968) and V.G. Greene (2001) Certificates of Authenticity.

    An ex Stanley Gibbons stock item. 

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  • Newfoundland 1862-64 5d red-brown SG19a
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    Newfoundland 1862-64 5d red-brown SG19a

    £90.00

    Newfoundland 1862-64 5d red-brown, good to very large margins, brilliant original gum. Attractive. Unmounted Mint. SG 19a

  • Newfoundland 1932 $1.50 on $1 deep blue 'Dornier DO-X', block of 4 , SG221
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    Newfoundland 1932 $1.50 on $1 deep blue 'Dornier DO-X', block of 4, SG221, showing the complete setting. Brilliant quality with original gum, (one stamp unmounted). A very scarce item.

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  • Newfoundland 1932-38 48c red-brown SG228ca
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    Newfoundland 1932-38 48c red-brown SG228ca

    £350.00

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    Newfoundland 1932-38 48c red-brown, imperforate horizontal pair from right of sheet, very fine unmounted original gum. Unmounted Mint. SG 228ca

  • Niger Coast 1893 (Dec) 5s on 2d grey-green and carmine SG40
    Niger Coast 1893 (Dec) 5s on 2d grey-green and carmine, type 12 surcharge in violet, Old Calabar provisional, original gum. A fine example of this very rare stamp. British Philatelic Association certificate (1989). SG40
  • Niger Coast 1894 (1 Jan) provisional issue with 'OIL RIVERS' obliterated, the set of 6 to 1s, PROOF SG45/50

    Niger Coast 1894 (1 Jan) provisional issue with 'OIL RIVERS' obliterated, the set of 6 to 1s in imperforate horizontal pairs in unissued colours, part to large part original gum. The ½d in lilac, 1d in red-brown, 2d in deep blue, 2½d in yellow-orange, 5d in lake, 1s in bright green.

    A magnificent set, excessively rare in pairs, believed to have been printed from trial plates of 9. PROOF SG45/50.

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  • Niger Company Territories 1897-99 Great Britain 2½d purple/blue SGZ32
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    Niger Company Territories 1897-99 Great Britain 2½d purple/blue, two examples, tied to piece by complete strike of framed 'AKASSA' type 5 ds in violet, dated '22 JL 1897'. Cancel. SG Z32

  • Noomi Rapace Hair Strand
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    Noomi Rapace Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • An authentic strand of hair from actor Noomi Rapace (born 1979)

    Swedish actor Noomi Rapace made her name playing Lisbeth Salander in the recent dramatisations of Steig Larsson’s Millennium Series, beginning with The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo in 2009.

    This is a guaranteed authentic half inch strand of Noomi Rapace’s hair.

    It comes presented on an 8 x 5.75 inch display card, perfect for framing.

    The hair comes directly from a wigmaker who has worked on several major recent films and TV programmes. The wigmaker takes hair samples from celebrities to ensure the wigs exactly match their hair. 99% of TV and film stars use wigs or hair extensions on screen.

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  • North Borneo 1892 '8/Cents.' on 25c indigo SG65
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    North Borneo 1892 '8/Cents.' on 25c indigo SG65

    £6,950.00

    North Borneo 1892 '8/Cents.' on 25c indigo, surcharged as type 23, COMPLETE SHEET OF FIFTY (10x5), with each horizontal pair neatly cancelled by 'SANDAKAN' circular date stamp, dated '12 NOV 1894'. Signed in right margin 'D. Cator - Sandakan' (probably the Postmaster).

    A unique and amazing item, in exceptional condition, being one of only SIX sheets (= 300 stamps) originally surcharged. (SG Catalogue price: £9,500+) Used. SG 65.

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  • North Borneo 1897-1902 16c green and chestnut 'Train', SG107
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    North Borneo 1897-1902 16c green and chestnut 'Train', SG107, perforation 13½ x 14. Brilliant and unmounted with full original gum. Very scarce in this exceptional condition and a lovely stamp.

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  • North Borneo 1901-05 $10 brown, type 49, SG145
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    North Borneo 1901-05 $10 brown, type 49, SG145

    £750.00

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    North Borneo 1901-05 $10 brown, type 49, SG145 "BRITISH PROTECTORATE" overprint. Brilliant quality with original gum. A lovely example of this very scarce stamp. Accompanied by a 2003 British Philatelic Association (BPA) Certificate of Authenticity.

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  • North Borneo 1918 (Oct) Red Cross $10 + 4c brick-red, SG252

    North Borneo 1918 (Oct) Red Cross $10 + 4c brick-red, type 70 surcharge SG252. Tied to piece by violet Jesselton "17 FEB 1919" circular date stamp. Very scarce used and in superb condition.

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  • North Borneo 1939 Postage Due 4c scarlet SGD86
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    North Borneo 1939 Postage Due 4c scarlet SGD86

    £110.00

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    North Borneo Postage Due. 1939 4c scarlet, fine used with part Jesselton type D16 circular date stamp. Very scarce used. Accompanied with British Philatelic Association certificate (2005). Dues. SG D86

  • Northern Rhodesia 1925-29 King George V ½d to 20s carmine-red and rose-purple set of 17, SG1/17.
    Northern Rhodesia King George V 1925-29 ½d to 20s carmine-red and rose-purple set of 17, SG1/17. A fine quality very lightly mounted mint set of the first stamps from Northern Rhodesia which replaced the previously used stamps of Rhodesia (the Admiral design first issued in 1913). The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £800.
  • Northern Rhodesia Queen Elizabeth II 1953 (15 Sept) ½d to 20s rose-red and rose-purple set of 14, SG61/74.
    Northern Rhodesia Queen Elizabeth II 1953 (15 Sept) ½d to 20s rose-red and rose-purple set of 14, SG61/74. A most attractive quality mint set only very lightly hinged. The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £85.
  • Nyasaland 1913-19 £10 Purple and Royal Blue, Mint SG99e
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    Nyasaland 1913-19 £10 Purple and Royal Blue, SG99e. A very fine mint example of this scarce and attractive high value stamp. SG catalogue price is £4,000.
  • Oliver Hardy Autographed Divorce Document
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    Oliver Hardy Autographed Divorce Document

    £1,950.00

    • An original document signed by Oliver Hardy, one half of seminal double act Laurel & Hardy

    Oliver Hardy was an American comedian and actor, most famous for being one half of the popular comedy duo Laurel & Hardy. He's a central figure in the highly collectable Hollywood silent era. Any item from Oliver Hardy is coveted by collectors.

    Hardy has autographed this 28 page softbound copy of California Supreme Court Case #13874 in black ink on the top right hand corner of the front cover.

    The document, which features some light toning and handling wear, covers Hardy's ex-wife's follow-up suit for more alimony following their 1937 divorce. Within the document, Myrtle Lee Hardy claims that Oliver had fallen short on the yearly payments that had been agreed upon in the original divorce case.

    The judge concluded that Myrtle was not liable for any additional alimony. Just a few years later, Hardy fell in love with script girl Virginia Lucille Jones. They remained happily married until his death in 1956.

    An excellent document providing an insight into the private life of one of America's best loved comedians. 

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  • Olivia Newton John Autograph
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    Olivia Newton-John Autograph

    £95.00

    • An autograph from Grease star Olivia Newton-John 

    Olivia Newton-John (born 1948) blew audiences away with her starring role as Sandy in 1978's Grease.

    She is involved in a number of philanthropic endeavours, including battling to save the rainforest and campaigns for breast cancer awareness, following her own struggle with the illness.

    This autographed card measures 3" x 5" and is signed "Love, Olivia Newton-John". Written in blue ink, the autograph and card are in fine condition.

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