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  • Vic Lewis Cricket Club signed cover
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    Prince Philip and cricket legends signed cover

    £995.00

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    • A hugely rare cricket cover from a 1992 match between the Royal Household Cricket Club and the Vic Lewis Cricket Club, signed by the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip
    • Also signed by legendary cricketers Sir Don Bradman, Sir Gary Sobers, Sir Colin Cowdry and Sir Richard Hadlee
    • Date stamped August 1, 1992 in Windsor Castle

    Band leader Vic Lewis founded his legendary cricket club in 1957. The team was made up of an ever-changing roster of cricketing heroes and celebrities. It made regular appearances at charity matches around the world.  

    This is one of four (3/4) signed and numbered covers from a 1992 match between the Royal Household Cricket Club and the Vic Lewis Cricket Club held to benefit the Terrence Higgins Trust.

    The signers are: Don Bradman, Prince Philip, Vic Lewis, Gary Sobers, Colin Cowdrey, Richard Hadlee, John Jayear and Tom Graveney. A letter of provenance from well-known stamp dealer Mel Brown accompanies the item.

    A huge rarity - signed by royalty and several knights. 

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  • Mother Teresa signed first day Loreto House cover
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    Mother Teresa signed first day Loreto House cover

    £995.00

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    • A 1980 first day cover signed by Mother Teresa

    Mother Teresa was born Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu in the city of Skopje in what is now North Macedonia. In 1928 she became a nun, moving to Ireland to join a Catholic order. After learning English she was sent to India where she began working as a teacher. Arriving in Kolkata she was shocked by the poverty around her and started the organisation Missionaries of Charity. She received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 and a sainthood in 2016.   

    A first day cover of the Indian 1980 Mother Teresa issue bearing a Loreto House date stamp. Below is a signature from Mother Teresa inscribed with the words “God bless you”. The piece was issued to commemorate Teresa’s 1979 Nobel Peace Prize.  A rare and unusual piece of philately that is also a 3rd class relic, having been directly touched by a saint.

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    Marlon Brando Apocalypse Now signed letter

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    • A typed, signed March 1, 1976 letter from Marlon Brando to Francis Ford Coppola’s lawyers agreeing to take on the role of Colonel Kurtz in Apocalypse Now
    • Very fine condition

    Marlon Brando began his acting career at the Shattuck Military Academy in the early 1940s. When he was expelled he left for New York.  His big break came in 1947, when he won the role of vicious husband Stanley Kowalski in the original run of Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire. He went on to star in some of the most iconic movies of the 20th century, including On the Waterfront (1954), The Godfather (1972) and Apocalypse Now (1979).

    A March 1, 1976 letter from Marlon Brando to Francis Ford Coppola, sent care of Coppola’s legal team Schiff, Hirsch & Schreiber. In the text Brando agrees to take on the role of Colonel Kurtz in Apocalypse Now, one of his most celebrated performances. To the bottom right is a very fine signature in blue pen. The significance of this letter to the making of the movie cannot be overstated.

    It reads in full: “Gentlemen: Reference is hereby made to that certain agreement dated as of March 1, 1976, by and between you and Colony Productions Inc. (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Employment Agreement’) with respect to my services in the motion picture entitled ‘APOCALYPSE, NOW.’

    “This will acknowledge that I have read the Employment Agreement and am familiar with all of the terms covenants and conditions thereof.

    “In order to induce you to enter into the Employment Agreement, I hereby:”

    “1. Guarantee to you the full and faithful performance of each and every term, covenant and condition therein undertaken by Colony Productions Inc.

    “2. Undertake and agree to do and perform each and every term, covenant, condition and act which I may be called upon to perform pursuant thereto.

    “3. Undertake and agree to look solely to Colony Productions Inc. for the payment of any compensation payable to me thereunder.

    “Very truly yours, Marlon Brando”.

    The letter is typed on A4-sized paper and is in very fine condition. A must-have for any fan of Apocalypse Now and the American New Wave.

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  • China 1980 PRC GEN ISSUES. Year of the Monkey. SG2968
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    China 1980 PRC GEN ISSUES. Year of the Monkey. SG2968

    £6,950.00

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    China 1980 People's Republic China (PRC) General Issues, "Year of the Monkey" 8f vermilion, black and gold, left marginal block of four with imprint, SG2968.

    A very fine unmounted mint with full original gum example, perfect in all respects other than a hint of gum toning.

    China's most iconic and popular stamp and hard to find with imprint.

  • 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 large four margin horizontal pair lettered LE-LF showing moderate plate wear, neatly cancelled by red Maltese Crosses.

    A scarce and attractive multiple of the first printing plate of the world's first stamp.

    Plate 1 of the 1d black was first registered on 15 April 1840. As the plate had not been hardened it soon showed signs of wear. Consequently, a second sheet is recorded as having been registered on 27 April 1840. The plate was later withdrawn and extensive repairs were undertaken. The plate in its original state is referred to as Plate 1a.

    GB Specialised Catalogue No: AS2

  • Great Britain 1840 1d Rejected die. SG DP8b
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    Great Britain 1840 1d Rejected die. SG DP8b

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    Great Britain 1840 1d Rejected die, SGDP8b.

    Very fine unused example printed by Perkins Bacon in yellow-green on cream wove paper.

    Very scarce piece of early philatelic history.

  • Great Britain 1840 1d Intense black Plate 6. SG1
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    Great Britain 1840 1d Intense black Plate 6. SG1

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    Great Britain 1840 1d Intense black Plate 6, SG1.

    Very fine entire envelope sent from Stone to Cheadle bearing a good to large four margin 1d intense black, Plate 6 lettered CJ tied by a crisply struck red Maltese Cross, backstamped by a black Stone dispatch datestamp for NO.17.1840.

    Light vertical archive fold well clear of adhesive and datestamp. Lovely philatelic piece with intense penny black colour.

    GB Specialised Catalogue No: AS40. 

  • Great Britain 1840 1d Grey-black Plate 2. SG3
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    Great Britain 1840 1d Grey-black Plate 2. SG3

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    Great Britain 1840 1d Grey-black (worn plate) Plate 2, SG3.

    Very fine used close to good four margin example lettered HL. Clearly showing re-entry on check letters, neatly cancelled by a crisp upright black Maltese Cross.

    Scarce in such fine condition.

    GB Specialised Catalogue No: AS16a/m.

  • Great Britain 1840 Oxford No 2 'Boating' envelope.
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    Great Britain 1840 Oxford No 2 'Boating' envelope.

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    Great Britain 1840 Oxford No 2 'Boating' envelope.

    Very fine used example sent from Oxford to London and datestamped on front accordingly for AU.7-8.1840.

    A very rare envelope, Bodily, Jarvis & Hahn record only 4 other examples including one front, one unused, one with the address expunged and one with an adhesive removed. Extremely attractive and rare. 

  • Prince William signed 2003 first day cover
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    Prince William signed 2003 first day cover

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    • A 2003 first day cover signed by Prince William
    • Also included are four stamps bearing William’s likeness and another unsigned first day cover
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    Prince William, born 1982, is the son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana and second in line to the throne of the United Kingdom. He served with the RAF for four years from 2009-2013 before taking on his full-time royal duties.  

    A unique Prince William signature on a June 6, 2003 first day cover featuring four stamps bearing his likeness.

    The original owner of this signature acquired it at an event hosted by homeless charity Solas in Newport, South Wales in 2003. Homelessness is a cause close to William’s heart. He attended the event with his father, Prince Charles.

    While there, the owner quietly asked if he wouldn’t mind signing. It’s against royal protocol for the Windsors to autograph personal items, making this a fabulous rarity. It's accompanied by a letter of provenance and a photograph of the prince signing. 

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  • Pele game-worn 1970 Brazil jersey
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    Pele game-worn and signed 1970 Brazil jersey

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    • A Pele game-worn and signed Brazil number 10 football shirt
    • Dated to a friendly between Brazil and Chile on October 4, 1970 (Pele scored in this game)

    Pele is one of the greatest players in football history, celebrated for his grace on the pitch and his astonishing career achievements. The legendary Brazilian striker holds the record for most goals scored (1,283 across 1,363 games). He’s also the only player to win three world cups (in 1958, 1962 and 1970). In 1999 FIFA voted Pele Player of the Century. He remains a hero for football fans the world over.

    This spectacular Brazil number 10 football shirt is an authentic piece of football history. Pele is believed to have worn it in a Brazil v Chile friendly on October 4, 1970. He’s signed "Edson Pele" on the chest. While the signature is slightly faded, the shirt is in superb condition.

    At that time Brazil were fresh from their third World Cup victory, announced by the three stars above the badge on the shirt. They beat Chile 5-1 in Santiago in Chile. Pele scored once.

    After the game Pele gifted this shirt to Brazilian team masseur Abilio Jose de Silva – better known by his nickname Nocaute Jack (Knockout Jack). The piece is accompanied by a signed letter of provenance from Abilio’s daughter Silvia.

    Game worn Pele jerseys are rare and in high demand among collectors all over the world. This is an opportunity to own a very fine example.  

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  • Great Britain 1854 Red brown Plate 179, SG17
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    Great Britain 1854 Red brown Plate 179, SG17

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    Great Britain 1854 Red brown Plate 179, SG17. First official perforated issue. 

    Superb unused original gum right hand marginal block of 24 lettered BG-EL showing small part marginal inscription. Couple of clipped perforations at the bottom of EL, nevertheless a magnificent block of the highest quality, very rarely seen so fine. 

  • Stephen Hawking thumbprint-signed Radio Times
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    Stephen Hawking thumbprint-signed Radio Times

    £3,500.00

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    • A Stephen Hawking thumbprint signed copy of the Radio Times (January 2016)
    • Find out more about this piece here 

    Stephen Hawking was a young graduate studying physics at Cambridge University when he received a diagnosis of ALS, an incurable form of motor neurone disease. Doctors gave him two years to live.

    In the face of this progressive illness, he continued his work, producing several brilliant papers on black holes. In 1988 he published A Brief History of Time, one of the most successful popular science books ever printed. Hawking became a major celebrity – easily the most famous scientist of his generation. He died in 2018, aged 76. 

    By the 1970s, Stephen Hawking lost the ability to write by hand. As his fame grew following the publication of A Brief History of Time (1988), he began to receive requests for autographs.

    He started signing with a thumbprint dipped in ink and placed on the page.  

    This is a thumbprint signed copy of the Radio Times from January 2016, featuring a feature on Hawking’s upcoming Reith Lecture.

    The condition is good, with some creasing and scuffing to the cover and internal pages and a light crease to the autographed page. 

    The inscription alongside reads: “To Sandra, wherein much fun is to be had. This is right thumb print of professor Stephen Hawking witness by George Zhoeo and Steve Growett.” Dated 20/01/2016.

    The original owner received the signature via her brother-in-law, who was one of Hawking’s nursing staff. Included are several photographs of Hawking signing. 

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  • China Jiangsu-Anhui Border Area 1946-47
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    East China:Jiangsu-Anhui Border Area 1946-47 "Railway Train" imperforate set of 7 to $10 maroon, including unissued 75c red, SG277A/282A.

    A fine unused set, with the $10 being especially scarce.

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  • China Wei Hai Wei Courier Post: 1898 (8 Dec) 2c black/scarlet block of 4. Unused, SG1
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    China Wei Hai Wei Courier Post: 1898 (8 Dec) 2c black/scarlet block of 4, SG1. 

    The lower pair show slight colour suffusion from signature, yet a fine quality unused as issued multiple.

    Only 784 printed and very few multiples have survived making this a key early Chinese philatelic rarity.

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  • Napoleon Bonaparte signed letter
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    Napoleon Bonaparte signed letter

    £3,950.00

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    • 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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  • Yuri Gagarin signed photograph
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    Yuri Gagarin signed photograph

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    In 1961 Soviet Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space, performing a single orbit of Earth in the Vostok 1 capsule. He was killed in 1968, during a regular training flight.    

    This excellent 4.4 x 6 inch postcard sized photograph of Yuri Gagarin is signed in Cyrillic (Гага́рин) to the top left in purple ink. Gagarin’s autograph is rare as he died only seven years after his now legendary flight. This specimen is well centred and in very fine condition.

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  • Turks and Caicos Islands 1938-45 George VI Watermark Multiple Script 1/4d to 10s bright violet set of 14, SG194/205.
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    Turks and Caicos Islands George VI 1938-45 Watermark Multiple Script 1/4d to 10s bright violet set of 14, SG194/205. A fine quality mounted mint set with fresh colours. The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £130
  • Trinidad and Tobago 1938-44 1c to $4.80 rose-carmine set of 14, SG246/256
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    Trinidad and Tobago King George VI 1938-44 Watermark Multiple Script 1c to $4.80 rose-carmine set of 14, SG246/256.

    A fine quality lightly mounted set with fresh colours.

    The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £110.

  • Papua (British New Guinea) 1938 (6 Sept) 2d to 1s mauve set of 5, SG158/162
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    Papua (British New Guinea) King George VI 1938 (6 Sept) Air Mail 50th Anniversary of Declaration of British Possession 2d to 1s mauve set of 5, SG158/162. 1939-41 Air Mail 2d to 1s6d olive-green set of 6, SG163/68.

    A beautiful quality complete set of this classic stamp issue with fresh colours and the merest of traces of previous hingeing.

    The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £90.

  • Malaysian States Johore 1949-55 1c to $5 green and brown set of 21, SG133/147
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    Malaysian States Johore King George VI 1949-55 'Sultan Sir Ibrahim' 1c to $5 green and brown set of 21, SG133/147. Watermark Multiple Script CA, chalk-surfaced paper.

    A very fine quality unmounted mint set in pristine condition.

    The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £160.

  • Great Britain 1841 Postal Notice, SGPN3
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    Great Britain 1841 Postal Notice, SGPN3

    £10,000.00 £6,500.00

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    Great Britain 1841 Postal Notice.

    A very fine complete example bearing a 1d red brown PIate 5, a 2d trial with blank corner letters (DP43) from the small trial plate of twelve and two 1d pink envelope overprinted "SPECIMEN" in red, sent by E.S. Lees from the General Post Office Edinburgh.

    An exceptionally clean and fresh example and very unusual to bear a stamp from plate 5, most examples coming from plate 10.

    A scarce and important piece of early British Postal History, being one of the most contested parts of the market at the moment. An exhibition quality example of this rare notice originally produced to inform Postmasters of the forthcoming new issues.

    GB Specialised Catalogue Number: SG PN3

  • Ascension Island King George V 1934 ½d to 5s black and brown set of 10, SG21/30.
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    Ascension Island King George V 1934 ½d to 5s black and brown set of 10, SG21/30. A fine quality lightly hinged mint set.

    The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £120.
  • Ascension King George VI 1938-53 ½d to 10s black and bright purple set of 16, SG38b/47b.
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    Ascension King George VI 1938-53 ½d to 10s black and bright purple set of 16, SG38b/47b. A lovely quality mint set with only the merest evidence of previous hingeing. The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £250.
  • Aden King George VI 1951 (1 Oct) surcharges with new values in cents or shillings by Waterlow, 5ca on 1a to 10s on 10r sepia and violet set of 11, SG36/46.
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    Aden King George VI 1951 (1 Oct) surcharges with new values in cents or shillings by Waterlow, 5ca on 1a to 10s on 10r sepia and violet set of 11, SG36/46. A stunning quality mint set with original gum. The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £85.
  • St. Christopher, Nevis and Anguilla 1952 (14 June) King George VI Watermark Multiple Script CA 1c to $4.80 green and carmine set of 12, SG94/105.
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    St. Christopher, Nevis and Anguilla King George VI 1952 (14 June) Watermark Multiple Script CA 1c to $4.80 green and carmine set of 12, SG94/105. A very fine quality mint set with full original gum. The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £32.
  • Bahamas 1942 (12 Oct) King George VI SSG162/175a
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    Bahamas 1942 (12 Oct) King George VI SSG162/175a

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    Sold out
    Bahamas King George VI 1942 (12 Oct) 450th Anniversary of Landing of Columbus in New World overprinted, ½d to £1 grey-green and black set of 14, SG162/175a. A fine quality lightly mounted mint set with fresh colours. The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £80.
  • British Virgin Islands 1913 (Feb) King George V chalk surfaced paper SG69/77
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    British Virgin Islands King George V 1913 (Feb) chalk surfaced paper (3d to 5s) Watermark Multiple Crown CA, ½d to 5s green and red/yellow set of 9, SG69/77. A lovely fresh quality mint set with large part original gum. The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £110.
  • British Guiana, Used 1850-51 4c black on orange
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    British Guiana, Used, 1850-51 4c black on orange "Cottonreel', violet M/S initials 'WHL' of W.H. Lortimer, cut round with frameline intact, affixed to piece by a wafer and tied by 1851 Demerara 'MR 20" circular date stamp, SG2. 

    The method of affixation has caused some minor wrinkles not detracting in any way from the fact this is an attractive example of this classic rarity, particularly so with such fresh colour.

    These crude and primitive stamps from British Guiana are extremely popular with collectors and investors alike. Accompanied with an independent certificate of authenticity from Holcombe (1985). The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this rarity is £16,000.

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  • Falkland Islands 1952 (2 Jan) King George VI  set of 14, SG172/185.
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    Falkland Islands King George VI 1952 (2 Jan) Watermark Multiple Script CA, ½d to £1 black set of 14. A very fine quality lightly hinged mint set with fresh colours and gum. The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price for this set is £180 SG172/185
  • Great Britain 1973 9p British Trees, SG922b
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    Great Britain 1973 9p British Trees, SG922b

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    Great Britain Queen Elizabeth II 1973 9p British Trees, SG922b.

    A very fine unmounted mint full original gum example with brownish-grey (Queens Head) omitted. Offered with normal for comparison.

    Scarce, Pierron records only 100 mint examples. 

  • China 1897 (Jan) 4c on 3c deep red, SG90
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    China 1897 (Jan) 4c on 3c deep red, SG90

    £2,500.00

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    China 1897 (Jan) 'Red Revenue' 4c on 3c deep red, 'large' surcharge as type 10, SG90.

    A fresh well centred example with large part original gum.

    The Red Revenue stamps are Qing Dynasty revenue stamps which were overprinted (surcharged) so as to be used as postage stamps in 1897. Their limited number, fine design and intaglio printing process make these stamps some of the most sought after in the world. 

  • China 1897 (Mar) large figure surcharge, SG57a
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    China 1897 (Mar) large figure surcharge, SG57a

    £1,600.00

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    China 1897 (Mar) large figure surcharge, spaced 21/2mm on Dowager Empress (2nd printing) 1/2c on 3ca yellow, upper marginal vertical pair, error imperforate horizontal, Unused  SG57a.

    The upper stamp has a thin patch which has caused a couple of tiny punctures, but with large part original gum. A very difficult error to find in good condition and this is a good representative example of this scarce error. 

    The Stanley Gibbons catalogue price is £4,250.

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  • Great Britain 1966 4d British birds (ordinary paper), SG696aj
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    Great Britain Queen Elizabeth II 1966 4d British birds (ordinary paper), SG696aj.

    A superb unmounted mint full original gum bottom left hand corner marginal cylinder block of eight with red-brown omitted affecting the legs of the robin, the blackbird and the red brown "1H" cylinder. Offered with a normal block for comparison.

    A very attractive positional piece. Pierron records only 180 mint blocks of 4 in existence.

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

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    Great Britain 1840 1d Black PIate1b, SG2.

    A superb used huge four margin right hand marginal example lettered PL showing part sheet inscription, cancelled by crisp strike of bright red Maltese Cross. A magnificent and very rare marginal example in this quality.

    GB Specialised Catalogue Number: AS5.

    Accompanied with a 2005 British Philatelic Association Certificate of Authenticity.

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    Great Britain 1840 2d Blue, SG5

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    Great Britain 1840 2d Blue 1840 2d Blue Plate 1, SG5.

    A very fine used close to large four margin horizontal strip of four lettered OC-OF showing shifted transfer variety on OC, neatly cancelled by black Maltese Crosses.

    A scarce multiple of the first printing of the world's second postage stamp and a real showpiece.

    GB Specialised Catalogue Number: DS5/c

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