Great Britain 1841 2d blue, Plate 4, SG14.
A very fine and fresh mint block of six with original gum. Clear to large margins, lettered DD-EF. Insignificant rust spot at upper right, which does not detract from what is a magnificent multiple of the highest rarity.
White lines were added to the 1841 printings of the 2d blue to distinguish them from the original 1840 2d blue printings.
Accompanied with a 1961 British Philatelic Association (BPA) Certificate of Authenticity.
A magnificent rarity of early British philately.
The Stanley Gibbons Great Britain Queen Victoria Specialised Catalogue, last published in 2011, lists a value for a mint block of four at £50,000.
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