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  • Tom Hanks' Forrest Gump Army fatigue jacket
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    Forrest Gump army fatigue jacket signed by Tom Hanks

    £2,950.00

    • An army jacket from the wardrobe department of Forrest Gump (1994), signed by star Tom Hanks

    Tom Hanks (Born 1956) is an American Actor and Director and two time Oscar winner. Released in the United States on July 6, 1994, Forrest Gump received critical acclaim and was the top grossing film in North America that year, generating $677m at the box office.

    An army fatigue jacket from the wardrobe department of the Forrest Gump movie, signed clearly by Tom Hanks on the sleeve in black marker pen.In excellent condition.

    Provenance: Ex The Dick Clark Collection

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  • Frank Sinatra Signed Set list
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    Frank Sinatra Signed Set List

    £3,950.00

    • A signed set list from the concert Sinatra called "his finest hour"

    • Read more about this piece here 

    Frank Sinatra (1915 – 1998) was one of the most iconic and influential performers of the 20th century.

    Known to his fans as 'Ol' Blue Eyes', or simply ' The Voice', Sinatra has sold more than 150 million albums worldwide, making him amongst the biggest recording artists in music history.

    He was also a renowned screen actor, winning an Academy Award for his role in From Here to Eternity, and starring in critically-acclaimed films such as The Man with the Golden Arm, The Manchurian Candidate and Guys and Dolls.

    Sinatra was later awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Ronald Reagan in 1985, and the Congressional Gold Medal in 1997.

    In May 1970, Frank Sinatra returned to England for his first live appearances in eight years, backed by Count Basie and his Orchestra.

    He performed two sold-out midnight shows at the Royal Festival Hall in London, in aid of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC).

    In attendance were Princess Margaret, president of the charity, along with stars such as Peter Sellers, Michael Caine, Richard Attenborough and the cream of London society.

    Those who witnessed the shows described them as a landmark moment in Sinatra's career – a view shared by Ol' Blue Eyes himself.

    He later said in a radio interview that he felt the performances were "his finest hour", and was evidently frustrated that they had not been professionally recorded.

    According to legend, Sinatra was so desperate for a copy of his performance that night that he personally wrote to the British Sinatra Music Society, asking if anyone had illegally recorded it.

    He was apparently in luck, and one member of the society sent him a bootleg tape, receiving a gift from Sinatra in return as thanks.

    The typed set-list lists the many classic songs Sinatra performed during the shows, such as 'Fly Me to the Moon', 'The Lady Is a Tramp', 'That's Life' and 'I've Got You Under my Skin', along with his show-stopping encore of 'My Way'.

    The single-page list measures 8 x 10", and bears Sinatra's clear autograph in black ballpoint.

    The set-list is accompanied by a letter related to the concerts, dated April 13, 1970, and the original mailing envelope.

    A rare signed set-list from one of Frank Sinatra's greatest-ever live performances. 

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  • Frankie Dettori autograph
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    Frankie Dettori autograph

    £95.00

    • A Frankie Dettori autograph on hotel headed paper 

    Frankie Dettori is among the most celebrated jockeys in horseracing. His greatest moment came in 1996, when he won all seven races at Ascot on different horses – a feat known as Dettori’s "Magnificent Seven".

    A Frankie Dettori signed notepaper headed Hyatt Carlton Tower. His inscription reads: “Best Wishes/ Frankie Dettori 7”. The “7” is a reference to his 1996 "Magnificent Seven" at Ascot.

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  • George Harrison signed cheque made out to Ginger Baker
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    George Harrison signed cheque made out to Ginger Baker

    £6,950.00

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    • A George Harrison signed cheque dated 1972 and made out to legendary Cream drummer Ginger Baker

    George Harrison (1943-2001) was lead guitarist in The Beatles. He began playing with John Lennon and Paul McCartney while they were still in The Quarrymen. Harrison contributed much to the Beatle's signature sound. His fascination with Indian mysticism led the band to adopt sounds and ideas from the subcontinent. Following the Beatles’ split in 1970, he enjoyed a successful solo career.  

    A National Westminster Bank cheque dated “10th Feb, 1972”. The sum is £37.32, around £500 in today’s money.  Bearing a  superb signature from Harrison in blue pen.

    Harrison and Baker ran in the same circles and worked together at various times throughout their careers.  

    The piece is accompanied by a letter of authenticity from renowned Beatles expert Frank Caiazzo describing it as "one of the best examples of a George Harrison check in existence".

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  • George Harrison unsigned handwritten letter to fan
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    George Harrison unsigned handwritten letter to fan

    £6,000.00

    • An unsigned handwritten letter from Beatle George Harrison

    George Harrison (1943-2001) was lead guitarist in The Beatles. He began playing with John Lennon and Paul McCartney while they were still in The Quarrymen. Harrison contributed much to the band’s signature sound. His fascination with Indian mysticism led the band to adopt sounds and ideas from the subcontinent. Following the Beatles’ split in 1970, he enjoyed a successful solo career.  

    An unsigned, handwritten letter from George Harrison to a fan. 

    Harrison writes: “Dear Dianne/ Thanks for the letter. I taught myself to play the guitar, my car number is L.T.U 409./ I can speak a little german my parents names are Louis, and Harry, and I have visited Germany, Spain and Holland./ Billy Fasy must be 23 too!”

    Harrison wrote this letter in Llandudno in 1963, where the Beatles played a concert at the height of Beatlemania. 

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  • Gerhard Richter P10 Bagdad
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    Gerhard Richter P10 Bagdad print

    £12,000.00

    • An original print by German contemporary artist Gerhard Richter 

    Gerhard Richter is one of the most acclaimed contemporary artists working today. His now iconic Abstraktes Bild paintings are amongst the most desirable works on the market, with one selling at auction in 2015 for $46m.

    This group of works is based on Richter’s seminal Flow paintings, which were created by capturing poured enamel paints on a glass surface. High-resolution photographs of the originals have been transformed into chromatographic prints, precisely reproducing the combination of chance gesture and careful composition within the originals.

    These editions are referred to by the artist as "facsimile objects"; although they proceed from the Flow paintings, this series is distinct from the originals in a number of ways. In some cases, the artist has decided to present them differently; in others, they represent the only version of paintings that no longer exist. Where the original paintings have been damaged, the editions have been produced using digitally reconstructed images.

    Gerhard Richter's P10 Bagdad is a 50 x 40 cm Diasec-mounted chromogenic print on aluminium, 2014. The item is in mint condition.

    Numbered from the edition of 500. Published by Heni Productions, London. 

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  • Gerhard Richter P11 Aladin
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    Gerhard Richter P11 Aladin print

    £12,000.00

    • An original print by German contemporary artist Gerhard Richter 

    Gerhard Richter is one of the most acclaimed contemporary artists working today. His now iconic Abstraktes Bild paintings are amongst the most desirable works on the market, with one selling at auction in 2015 for $46m.

    This group of works is based on Richter’s seminal Flow paintings, which were created by capturing poured enamel paints on a glass surface. High-resolution photographs of the originals have been transformed into chromatographic prints, precisely reproducing the combination of chance gesture and careful composition within the originals.

    These editions are referred to by the artist as "facsimile objects"; although they proceed from the Flow paintings, this series is distinct from the originals in a number of ways. In some cases, the artist has decided to present them differently; in others, they represent the only version of paintings that no longer exist. Where the original paintings have been damaged, the editions have been produced using digitally reconstructed images.

    Gerhard Richter's P11 Aladin is a 37 x 50 cm Diasec-mounted chromogenic print on aluminium, 2014. The item is in mint condition.

    Numbered from the edition of 500. Published by Heni Productions, London

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  • Gerhard Richter P8 Ifrit print
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    Gerhard Richter P8 Ifrit print

    £12,000.00

    • An original print by German contemporary artist Gerhard Richter 

    Gerhard Richter is one of the most acclaimed contemporary artists working today. His now iconic Abstraktes Bild paintings are amongst the most desirable works on the market, with one selling at auction in 2015 for $46m.

    This group of works is based on Richter’s seminal Flow paintings, which were created by capturing poured enamel paints on a glass surface. High-resolution photographs of the originals have been transformed into chromatographic prints, precisely reproducing the combination of chance gesture and careful composition within the originals.

    These editions are referred to by the artist as "facsimile objects"; although they proceed from the Flow paintings, this series is distinct from the originals in a number of ways. In some cases, the artist has decided to present them differently; in others, they represent the only version of paintings that no longer exist. Where the original paintings have been damaged, the editions have been produced using digitally reconstructed images

    Gerhard Richter's P8 Ifrit is a 33 x 44 cm Diasec-mounted chromogenic print on aluminium, 2014. The item is in mint condition.

    Numbered from the edition of 500. Published by Heni Productions, London.

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  • Gerhard Richter P9 Bagdad print
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    Gerhard Richter P9 Bagdad print

    £12,000.00

    • An original print by German contemporary artist Gerhard Richter 

    Gerhard Richter is one of the most acclaimed contemporary artists working today. His now iconic Abstraktes Bild paintings are amongst the most desirable works on the market, with one selling at auction in 2015 for $46m.

    This group of works is based on Richter’s seminal Flow paintings, which were created by capturing poured enamel paints on a glass surface. High-resolution photographs of the originals have been transformed into chromatographic prints, precisely reproducing the combination of chance gesture and careful composition within the originals.

    These editions are referred to by the artist as "facsimile objects"; although they proceed from the Flow paintings, this series is distinct from the originals in a number of ways. In some cases, the artist has decided to present them differently; in others, they represent the only version of paintings that no longer exist. Where the original paintings have been damaged, the editions have been produced using digitally reconstructed images.

    Gerhard Richter's P9 Bagdad is a 50 x 40 cm Diasec-mounted chromogenic print on aluminium from 2014. The item is in mint condition.

    Numbered from the edition of 500. Published by Heni Productions, London.

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  • Geronimo Hair Strand
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    Geronimo Authentic Strand of Hair

    £399.00

    • A guaranteed genuine half inch strand of hair from Apache leader Geronimo 

    Goyathlay aka Geronimo (1829 -1909) was a prominent Native American leader and medicine man of the Chiricahua Apache. He fought against both Mexico and the United States over their expansion into Apache tribal lands in the 19th Century.

    His band was one of the last major forces of independent Native American warriors to fight the US occupation of tribal lands in the American West.

    This half inch strand of Geronimo's hair is presented on a display card. 

    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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  • Grandma Moses Autographed Photograph
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    Grandma Moses Autographed Photograph

    £995.00

    • A signed photograph of American outsider artist Grandma Moses, dated 1951 

    American painter Grandma Moses (1860-1961) was discovered by the collector Louis Caldor. At the time, Grandma Moses was bartering paintings at the Women's Exchange during the Great Depression. Otto Kallir, an art dealer, put some of her work on display at his New York gallery, Galerie Saint-Etienne. The paintings were well received and went on to exhibit in Europe and Japan.

    Grandma Moses only began painting later in life, as it was gentler on her arthritis-stricken hands than needlework. Self-taught, her art can be described as 'primitive' or folk art, disregarding strict perspective.

    This rare candid photo of Moses, 3½" x 3½", shows the artist standing outside her home. The picture is autographed on the lower border in black ink, Grandma Moses. On the reverse, the item is stamped This is a Kodacolor Print, Made by Eastman Kodak Company…Week of Sept 24, 1951.

    Some light toning and fading. The signature is in excellent condition, very clear and crisp.

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  • Great Britain  1934-35 ½d Green (Harrison printing, Watermark block cypher). SG418var
    Great Britain  1934-35 ½d Green (Harrison printing, Watermark block cypher). Superb unmounted original gum imperforate imprimatur top marginal tête-bêche pair of booklet panes of six imprimaturs with British Postal and Museums Archive handstamps on reverse. Some gum wrinkling prevalent throughout the sheets nevertheless very scarce. SG418var
  • Great Britain 1702-1714 Anne. Gold, Guinea, Half. Post Union Issue.

    Great Britain 1702-1714 Anne. Gold, Guinea, Half. Post Union Issue.

    Ref No: S 3575.

    Obv. Draped bust left, ANNA DEI GRATIA.

    Rev. Crowned Royal Arms in cruciform sceptres in angles, garter cross in centre, MAG BRI FR ET HIN REF 1710. 22mm, 41.5g. GEF - Extremely Fine, considerable amounts of original mint bloom.

    Very good example - little wear and much original mint bloom. Rare thus. After the Union of Crowns in 1707 the arms of England and Scotland are combined in the same shield twice (per pale) rather than as formerly, a shield for England and a shield for Scotland.

  • Great Britain 1727-1769 George II Crown. GEF
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    Great Britain 1727-1769 George II Crown. GEF

    £4,575.00

    Great Britain Crown George II (1727-1760).

    Metal: Silver

    Type: Milled - Old head, Roses

    Mint Mark: 1743 Decimo Septimo

    Obverse: Laureate, cuirassed, draped old bust left.

    Reverse: Cruciform crowned shields, roses in angles, legend - Hanoverian titles.

    Superb condition piece - beautifully and evenly darkly tones with underlying lustre. Rare in this grade and difficult to better. The four roses in the angles between the shields on the reverse signify that the silver that this coin is made of, came from West Country mines. There are two different portraits used, the young head bust used from 1732 to 1741, followed by the oder bust (this coin) used from 1743 to 1751.

    George was the last British Monarch born outside Great Britain and was born and brought up in Northern Germany. He was also the last British Monarch to lead an army in Battle - in 1743 at the battle of Dettingen. In 1745, supporters of the Catholic claimant to the British Throne, James Francis Edward Stuart (''''The Old Pretender''''), led by James's son Charles Edward Stuart (''''The Young Pretender'''' or ''''Bonnie Prince Charlie'''') attempted and failed to depose George in the last of the Jacobite rebellions. His son Frederick died unexpectedly in 1751 leaving George's grandson to become George III.

  • Great Britain 1840 1d Black (V.R. Official), Cover SGV1
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    Great Britain 1840 1d Black (V.R. Official), Cover SGV1

    £550,000.00

    Great Britain 1840 1d black (V.R. Official), V1. July 3, 1840 - The famous “Largentiere” cover, first recorded in 1899. Sent from London to Tetbury, Gloucestershire. With the stamp having four large margins, this is considered the finest known cover. Accompanied by certificates of authenticity from the Royal Philatelic Society (RPS), British Philatelic Association (BPA) and Alberto Bolaffi; also signed by Eno Diena. Excellent provenance, Ex Largentiere, Maximus, Wills, Shaida collections. Without a doubt, one of the most important items in GB philately.
  • Great Britain 1840 1d Black (V.R. Official), Unmounted Mint SGV1
    Great Britain 1840 1d. Black (V.R. Official), V1. An exceptional unmounted mint top marginal inscription example. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the British Philatelic Association (BPA). A Great Rarity and Exceptional condition. Provenance: Ex Karl Louis.
  • Great Britain 1840 1d black (VR official), SGV1var.
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    Great Britain 1840 1d black (VR official), SGV1var.

    £48,000.00

    Great Britain 1840 1d black (VR official), SGV1var.

    Very fine and fresh unused imperforate imprimatur lettered NL from the second registration sheet (Before hardening). Very scarce, one of only 33 possible examples, many of which are included within institutional collections.

    Accompanied with a Royal Philatelic Society (RPS) 2010 certificate of authenticity.

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  • Great Britain 1840 1d black (VR Official). SG V1
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    Great Britain 1840 1d black (VR Official). SG V1

    £32,000.00

    Great Britain 1840 1d black (VR Official). Superb unused original gum four margin example lettered GH. A very fresh and attractive example of this are departmental issue with stunning colour and gum, a wonderful exhibition piece. Spec VR1. 1976 Royal Philatelic Certificate. SG V1
  • Great Britain 1840 1d Black Plate 1, 1a and 2d blue Plate.1. SG2/5 Pl1.

    Great Britain 1840 1d Black Plate 1, 1a and 2d blue Plate.1, SG2/5.

    Superb combination entire envelope bearing two 1d black plate 1a lettered GC and FK and a 2d blue Plate 1 lettered AC each neatly cancelled by a crisp red Maltese Cross. Sent from London to Manchester with a London circular date stamp on reverse for MY.28.1840 then redirected (as requested in the contents of the letter) without further postage to Ashgrove, Herts.

    A magnificent 4d combination franking, believed to be unique with a May usage. A very important piece of early British postal history of exhibition quality.

    Accompanied with a 1991 Holcombe Certificate of Authenticity.

    Provenance: Ex Sir Leonard Atkinson & GL.

  • Great Britain 1840 1d Black Plate 10, SG2
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    Great Britain 1840 1d Black Plate 10, SG2

    £3,950.00

    Great Britain 1840 1d Black Plate 10, SG2 cover.

    An exceptionally fine used four margin example lettered LC tied to a clean entire by a crisp red Maltese Cross. Addressed to Sheffield and backstamped with a Lombard Street, London Maltese Cross date stamp for JA.04.1841. Examples of this plate cancelled in red used on cover are rare.

    A superior quality cover of exhibition quality and one of the most beautiful penny black covers I have ever had the privilege to handle.

    Provenance: Ex Daisy

    Accompanied with a Royal Philatelic Society (RPS) Certificate of Authenticity (1966).

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  • Great Britain 1840 1d Black Plate 1b. SG2

    Great Britain 1840 1d Black Plate 1b, SG2.

    A very fine entire penny black cover sent from Manchester to Wigtown bearing a good to large four margin example lettered NB neatly tied by a red Maltese Cross, endorsed at top left in manuscript 'MISSENT TO' with a Wigton circular dated stamp alongside for AU.13.1840. Backstamped by a Manchester dispatch circular date stamp for AU.12.1840.

    A most attractive and unusual cover bearing the world's first postage stamp.

  • Great Britain 1840 1d Black Plate 4, SG2
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    Great Britain 1840 1d Black Plate 4, SG2

    £9,000.00

    Great Britain 1840 1d Black Plate 4, SG2.

    A very fine used close to large four margin example lettered OB, neatly cancelled by the distinctive violet Maltese Cross. Violet cancellations were from Market Street, Hertfordshire, Glasgow and Manchester only.

    A magnificent exhibition quality example of this lovely coloured cancellation, very rarely seen in so fine a condition. 

    Accompanied with a 1996 British Philatelic Association certificate of authenticity.

    The Stanley Gibbons specialised catalogue value (last published in December 2011) is £12,000. 

  • Great Britain 1840 1d Black Plate 9, Unmounted Mint 'Penny Black. SG2

    Great Britain 1840 Unmounted Mint "Penny Black", 1d Black Plate 9, SG2.

    Exceptionally fine and fresh unused original gum four margin example of the world's first postage stamp, lettered IG.

    A very difficult plate to find mint and an absolutely stunning example. Plate 9 accounted for only around 5% of the total number of penny blacks printed.

    Accompanied by a 2002 Brandon Certificate of Authenticity.

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  • Great Britain 1840 1d Black Plate 9. SG2
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    Great Britain 1840 1d Black Plate 9. SG2

    £5,500.00

    Great Britain 1840 1d Black, SG2 Plate 9. A very fine used four margin example lettered IG, neatly cancelled by a crisp strike of "Poulton Penny Post" handstamp. Very rare in so fine a condition.

    GB Specialised Catalogue Number: AS56yb

    Accompanied with a 2003 Royal Philatelic Society Certificate of Authenticity.

  • Great Britain 1840 1d black, plate 1a, SG2
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    Great Britain 1840 1d black, plate 1a, SG2

    £100,000.00

    Great Britain 1840 1d black, plate 1a, SG2. A superb example lettered 'BH' used on a neat entire lettersheet from London to Birmingham on May 6th 1840, the first day of use, tied by red Maltese Cross cancellation.

    A stunning quality first day cover of the world's first postage stamp marking the dawn of prepaid postage and spawning a communications revolution.

    Shows a fine circular date stamp for "MY 6 1840". A beautiful display piece of the ultimate trophy asset in philately.

    Accompanied with an independent certificate of authenticity from the British Philatelic Association (BPA).

    The Stanley Gibbons specialised catalogue lists a penny black 6th May cover at a price of £160,000.

    GB Specialised Catalogue Number: A1ta.

  • Great Britain 1840 1d Deep blue 'Rainbow trial' (State 3). SG DP20

    Great Britain 1840 1d Deep blue 'Rainbow trial' State 3(a), SG DP20.

    Superb unused bottom left hand corner marginal example with manuscript endorsement to margin 'F' ½ Pruss' by Edwin Hill.

    These were produced to test various combinations of stamp and cancellation ink. The voided corners of State 3 are more uniform in shape compared with the ragged corners of States 1 and 2.

    Most attractive and scarce.

    Accompanied with a 1996 Royal Philatelic Society (RPS) Certificate of Authenticity.

  • Great Britain 1840 1d grey black, plate 1a, SG3
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    Great Britain 1840 1d grey black, plate 1a, SG3

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    • Great Britain 1840 1d grey black, plate 1a, SG3

    Very fine used four margin example of the "Penny Black", neatly tied to entire contrary to regulations at the left hand side of the letter by a brownish red Maltese Cross. 

    Sent from London to Newmarket with a superb London Chief Office Evening duty circular date stamp for MY.7.1840. 

    Interesting contents concern the transport of new troops to Bombay for the East India Company, presumably as reinforcements for the troops that were stationed at Cabul following the first stage of the 1st Afghan war.

    A wonderful piece of postal history and on the second day of issue of the penny black and the birth of prepaid postage. The quality is quite exceptional and such early May date covers are rarely seen so fine. The item is accompanied with a British Philatelic Association (BPA) certificate of authenticity.

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  • Great Britain 1840 1d Greyish black Plate 11 &1841 1d Red-brown Plate 11. SG3/7

    Great Britain 1840 1d Greyish black Plate 11 & 1841 1d Red-brown Plate 11, SG3/7.

    Very fine used four margin matched pair lettered EK, both neatly cancelled by black Maltese Cross.

    A very rare combination of the plate 11 printings.

    GB Specialised Catalogue Nos: AS72 & AS74.

    The SG catalogue price in the Great Britain Specialised Queen Victoria catalogue 2011 is £4,500 for the 1d greyish black and £130 for the 1d red-brown.

  • Great Britain 1840 1d intense black, Plate 1a SG1.
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    Great Britain 1840 1d intense black, Plate 1a SG1.

    £9,500.00 £6,750.00

    Great Britain 1840 1d intense black, Plate 1a. Very fine used four margin example lettered SD, neatly tied to entire cover by a red Maltese Cross. Addressed to Warwick with a "TP/High Holborn Ec" receiving handstamp alongside adhesive and a superb London circular date stamp for MY.8.1840 on reverse. A magnificent early "May Date" cover accompanied with a clear 2008 British Philatelic Society (BPA) certificate of authenticity. Very rare and desirable early usage of the first printing  of the world's first postage stamp. SG1. 

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  • Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready envelope (Stereo A154) SG ME2
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    Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready envelope (Stereo A154) SG ME2

    £5,500.00

    Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready envelope (Stereo A154). A hand coloured example cancelled by two Maltese Crosses in Red and ‘IP Highgate’ in Black, used on May 18th 1840. A very early hand coloured Mulready. SGME2.

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  • Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready Envelope Forme 2 Stereo A148. SG ME2

    Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready Envelope Forme 2 Stereo A148, SG ME2.

    Very fine used example sent from London to Torquay, neatly cancelled by a crisp strike of an orange-red Maltese Cross with a blue T.P Charles St West handstamp at lower left. Backstamped with a London dispatch circular datestamp for MY.6.1840. (First day of issue) on top flap which opens out well for display.

    Minor soiling as usually seen and couple trivial wrinkles, nevertheless a very rare 'First day of issue' Mulready and highly important piece of postal history.

  • Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready envelope, Forme 2 stereo A151. SG ME2var

    Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready envelope, Forme 2 stereo A151, SGME2var.

    Very fine used example sent from Whitely to Yarm, cancelled in error by black and red Maltese Crosses. Backstamped by a Whitby Circular date stamp for AU.31.1840. A rare and unusual franking.

    Accompanied with a 2008 British Philatelic Association Certificate of Authenticity.

  • Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready envelope, SG ME2
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    Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready envelope, SG ME2

    £16,000.00

    Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready envelope. One Penny envelope, stereo A146, forme 2, sent 1842 (December) from Charing Cross, London, to ‘Lady Mary Phipps, Boxford, Colchester’, cancelled by black Maltese Cross. This is unique being the only known example of a hand coloured Mulready with a Black Maltese Cross. SG ME2.

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  • Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready Lettersheet (Forme 6, Stereo A239).  SG ME1
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    Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready Lettersheet (Forme 6, Stereo A239). SG ME1

    £10,000.00 £6,500.00

    Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready Lettersheet (Forme 6, Stereo A239), SGME1.

    A very fine used example with an Atlas Insurance Company advertisement (MA103f), sent from Coventry to Hinkley and cancelled contrary to regulations at upper right by a very fine strike of the distinctive Coventry Maltese Cross. Backstamped at Coventry and Hinkley for AP.15 & 16.1843 respectively.

    A magnificent example of this scarce distinctive Maltese Cross.

    Provenance: Ex Mayflower Grand Prix Collection.

    Accompanied with a 2010 British Philatelic Association (BPA) Certificate of Authenticity.

  • Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready lettersheet SGME1
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    Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready lettersheet SGME1

    £2,500.00

    Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready lettersheet (Forme 1, Stereo A9). A very fine used example sent from Market Drayton to Deptford neatly cancelled by a red Maltese Cross with a matching Market Drayton dispatch circular date stamp alongside for MY.19.1840. Backstamped by a London transit datestamp for MY.20.1840.

    A very scarce and attractive "May date" cover. Provenance: Ex. "Mayflower" Grand Prix Collection. Accompanied with a 2010 British Philatelic Association (BPA) certificate of authenticity. SGME1.

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  • Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready lettersheet, SG ME1
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    Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready lettersheet, SG ME1

    £7,500.00

    Great Britain 1840 1d Mulready lettersheet, ME1. A very fine hand coloured example. Attractive and rare. SG ME1

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