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1937-47 ½d to 1s, unique set of 17 horizontal marginal registration

½d Cylinder 3 with dot and ½d Cylinder 16 with dot; 1d Cylinder 4 no dot and 1d Cylinder 12 no dot. Comprising ½d blocks of 48; 1d Cylinder 4 block of 24, 1d Cylinder 12 block of 36; 1½d block of 36; 2d block of 48; 2½d block of 24; 3d block of 48; 4d block of 36; 5d block of 36; 6d to 10d blocks of 48; 11d and 1s blocks of 36, full original gum. Stanley Gibbons Catalogue £2,034,000+ The ½d and 1d do not have cylinder numbers in the margin but have been removed from sheets with those cylinder numbers REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE Each block with a typewritten Registration Certificate on the reverse; the ½d Cylinder 3 with dot reading: “This sheet of ½d, Unified Stamps, 240 set, was taken in the presence of the Post Office Control Officer at the factory of Messrs. Harrison & Sons, Ltd. at High Wycombe, for the registration of the first print of King George VI stamps of this denomination. (Signed) D.P. Dell Senior Staff Officer, 7th April, 1937 (Initialled) Stores Department, Stamp Section” The other blocks with a similar Registration Certificate dated as follows: ½d Cylinder 16 with dot                 ‘3 September, 1937.’ 1d Cylinder 4 no dot                       ’16 April, 1937.’ 1d Cylinder 12 no dot                     ‘1.10.37’ 1½d                                             ‘10 August, 1937.’ 2d                                                ‘2.12.37’ 2½d                                             ‘29th April, 1937’ 3d                                                ‘27/1/38.’ 4d                                                ‘25th October, 1938.’ 5d                                                ‘7th November 1938’ 6d                                                ‘29th December, 1938.’ 7d                                                ‘16th February, 1939.’ 8d                                                ‘1st February, 1939.’ 9d                                                ‘14th April, 1939.’ 10d                                              ‘5th April, 1939.’ 11d see footnote 1s                                                ’14 March, 1939.’ The 11d was issued much later in 1947, the Registration Certificate is as follows: “This sheet of 11d, Unified Stamps, 240 set, was taken in the presence of the Post Office Control Officer at the factory of Messrs. Harrison & Sons, Ltd. at High Wycombe, for the registration of the first print of King George VI stamps of this denomination. (Signed) F Brent Senior Staff Officer (24th) December 1947. (Initialled) Stores Department, Stamp Section.” MARGINAL DETAILS ½d Cylinder 3              Printed number ‘66854’ and arrows ½d Cylinder 16            Printed number ‘959897’ and arrows 1d Cylinder 4               Printed number ‘10635’ and arrows 1d Cylinder 12             Printed number ‘053352’ and arrows 1½d                           Printed number ‘212453’ and arrows 2d                              Printed number ‘008414’ and arrows 2½d                           Arrows only 3d                              Printed number ‘35(?)’ and arrows 4d                              Printed number ‘07394’ and punched hole 5d                              Printed number ‘30956’ and punched hole 6d                              Pencilled ‘29/12/38 and Initialled’ 7d                              Printed number ‘019118’ and arrows and punched hole 8d                              Printed number ‘06161’ and arrows 9d                              Arrows only 10d                            Arrows only 11d                            Marginal guide mark and punched hole 1s                              Printed number ‘029217’ and ‘29217’ and arrows

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1926 bradbury wilkinson “dry” printing 2s6d, 5s and 10s, the set of

Full sheet margins, complete sheets less the upper right corner blocks of 4, the 10s heavily creased through the third horizontal row and split through the top of the upper pair, sensibly supported with light hinges, full original gum. REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE Each block with a typed Registration Certificate on the reverse; the 2s6d reading: “This sheet of 2/6 Postage Stamps was taken in the presence of the Post Office Control Officer at the factory of Messrs. Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co. Ltd., New Malden, for the registration of the first supply of these stamps printed dry. (Signed) W M Cook Senior Staff Officer, 12 January 1926 (Initials) Post Office Stores Dept. Stamp Section, Somerset House, W.C.2.” The 5s and 10s with the same Registration Certificate dated ‘4 January 1926’ MANUSCRIPT MARGINAL ENDORSEMENTS In ink in the lower margin: 2s6d       ‘For Registration Plate No 5/7 JC Harris Control Officer 12/1/26’               Pencilled ‘Ackd. 9/7/26’ at the lower left 5s          ‘For Registration Plate No B4/5 JC Harris Control Officer 4/1/26’              Pencilled ‘Ackd 9/7/26’ at the lower left 10s         ‘For Registration Plate No B3/8 JC Harris Control Officer 4/1/26’              Pencilled ‘Ackd 9/7/26’ at the lower left PROVENANCE The only stamps removed from the original sheet – a set in blocks of 4 Hassan Shaida 1993 Chartwell 2012

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1927 bradbury wilkinson “portals mixed furnish paper” 2s6d, 5s and

Full sheet margins, complete sheets less the lower right corner blocks of 4, fresh, full original gum. The 2s6d with a horizontal marginal crease developing into a split in the top margin and a 25mm tear in the lower margin clipping the outer frame-line of Position 37, both sensibly supported by light hinging; the 5s damaged at the upper left corner affecting Position 1. The damage to these sheets would appear to have happened when they were, at some time in the past, removed from a mount. AN EXCEPTIONALLY RARE AND BEAUTIFUL SET. REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE Each block with a typed Registration Certificate on the reverse; the 2s6d reading: “This sheet of 2s6d. Postage Stamps (40 set) was taken in the presence of the Post Office Stores Department Control Officer at the factory of Messrs. Bradbury Wilkinson & Co. Ltd. at New Malden, Surrey, for the registration of the first print on mixed furnish paper. (Signed) WM Cook Senior Staff Officer 26th (Manuscript) October 1927 (Initialled) Post Office Stores Dept., Stamp Section, Somerset House, W.C.2.” The 5s and 10s with similar Registration Certificates MANUSCRIPT MARGINAL ENDORSEMENTS Each sheet endorsed in pencil in the lower left margin ‘Ackd 28/10/27’ When the lower right corner blocks were removed, for some obscure reason, the lower margins were trimmed off and have now been reattached with a light hinge. These margins have the following ink endorsements: 2s6d      ‘For Registration Plate No. 7/9 HC Harris Control Officer 30/8/27’ 5s          ‘For Registration Plate No 4/5 HC Harris 7/9/27’ 10s         ‘For Registration Plate No 3/8 HC Harris 30/8/27’

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1939-48 2s6d to £1, unique horizontal registration multiples spanning the sheet

Comprising 2s6d brown block of 16; 2s6d green block of 24; 5s red block of 24; 10s dark blue block of 24; 10s ultramarine block of 16 and £1 block of 24. Stanley Gibbons Catalogue £1,152,000+ – see comment below Of this series, the same number of Imprimaturs for each value have been previously released. In the Stanley Gibbons catalogue the 2s6d brown has a catalogue value of £9,000 and the 10s ultramarine £12,000. There seems to be no logical reason why the other values, though listed, do not have a catalogue price, nor the variation between the 2s6d brown and 10s ultramarine. Taking the lower catalogue figure of £9,000 (for the 2s6d brown) these multiples would have a total catalogue value of £1,152,000 REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE Typewritten Registration Certificate on the reverse of each block, the 2s6d brown reading: “This sheet of 2/6 Postage Stamps, 40 set, was taken in the presence of the Post Office Control Officer at the factory of Messrs. Waterlow and Sons Ltd. at Clifton St., E.C.3, for the registration of the first print of this denomination of King George VI stamps. (Signed) D.P. Dell Senior Staff Officer 24th August, 1939. (Initialled) G.W. (George West) Stores Department, Stamp Section” The other values similarly endorsed, with a few variations: 2s6d green                   ’21 Feb. 1942’ No ‘Stores’ initials Specifies ‘G 384 green’ 5s red                         ‘11th August, 1939.’ 10s dark blue               ‘4th September, 1939.’ 10s ultramarine            ’22 July 1942’ No ‘Stores’ details or initials Specifies ‘E.A. Blue.’ £1 brown                    8th Sept. 1948’ Signed F. Brent Chief Executive Officer Specifies ‘on King George VI watermarked paper’

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unused Block Larger Than four 1866-1916, the fabulous collection of complete mint sheets of one hundred (unless otherwise stated) comprising 1866 impe

unused Block Larger Than four 1866-1916, the fabulous collection of complete mint sheets of one hundred (unless otherwise stated) comprising 1866 imperforate 3c. (2, Plates I and II, both burelage types), 1872-73 perforated 12½ 3c. carmine-red and 4c. ultramarine, 1873-1902 Bi-coloured 1c. (10, printings between Aug. 1873 and Feb. 1898), 3c. (9, printings between Aug. 1873 and Mar. 1898), 4c. (4, printings between Aug. 1873 and June 1902), 5c. (8, printings between Sept. 1876 and Mar. 1898), 7c. (2, June 1874 and May 1878 printings), 10c. (8, printings between Sept. 1876 and Feb. 1901), 12c. (2, Sept. 1877 and May 1878 printings), 14c. (Sept. 1873 printing showing the two inverted frames [18] and [77]), 50c. (2, July 1879 and Mar. 1885 printings); surcharges 1887 (May) 1c. on 7c., 1895 (May) 10c. on 50c., 1900-03 Arms 1c. (2, Feb. 1900 and Feb. 1901, together with an incomplete pane of 85 of the third June 1902 printing), 2c. (April 1903), 5c. (2, Feb. 1900 and Feb. 1901), 8c. (April 1903); 1902 surcharges 2c. on 3c., 8c. on 10c. (St. Thomas and Copenhagen surcharges for both values), 1905 (June) 5b. on 4c., 5b. on 5c. and 5b. on 8c.; 1905 5b. (Apr. 1905), 10b. (2, Apr. 1905 and Oct. 1907), 20b. (Apr.1905), 25b. (Apr. 1905 and Nov. 1907), 40b. (Apr. 1905), 50b. (Apr. 1905), and sheets of twenty-five of the 1f., 2f. and 5f. (all Aug. 1905 printing and with inverted watermarks); 1907-08 King Frederik VIII 5b. (Dec. 1907 and a block of twenty-four of the Aug. 1909 printing), 10b. (3, Jan. 1908, Aug. 1909 and June 1913), 15b. (3, Sept. 1908, Aug. 1909 and Jan 1914), 20b. (2, May 1908 and Sept. 1908), 25b. (4, printings between Dec. 1907 and Jan. 1914), 30b. (2, Sept. 1908 and Aug. 1909), 40b. (2, Sept. 1908 and June 1913), 50b. (2, Sept. 1908 and June 1913); 1915-16 King Christian X 5b. (2, Feb. 1915 and July 1916), 10b. (2, Mar. 1915 and July 1916), 15b. (2, Mar. 1915 and July 1916), 20b. (2, Mar. 1915 and July 1916), 25b. (2, Feb. 1915 and Aug. 1916), 30b. (Aug. 1916), 40b. (2, March 1915 and Aug. 1916), 50b. (2, Mar. 1915 and Aug. 1916); also Postage Dues 1902 1c. (2), 4c. (2), 6c. (2), 10c. (2), 1905-13 5b., 20b., 30b., 50b. (3). All of the sheets bear the framed handstamp and annotations in the upper margins of G.A. Hagemann, and the lot is accompanied by a signed copy of his book "The Stamps of the Danish West Indies". A number of the Bi-coloured issue sheets show the inverted or thick frame varieties, and these are also annotated in the sheet margin. The overall condition of the sheets is generally very fine, with just minor perforation splitting in places. The freshness of the colours as well as the gum is a feature of this outstanding assembly. Photo in colour on the back cover for F.12

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  • 1995-12-14
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cover 10c Black (2), left sheet margin horizontal pair, positions 61-62 of the left pane, extremely large margins all around, deep shade and impressio

cover 10c Black (2), left sheet margin horizontal pair, positions 61-62 of the left pane, extremely large margins all around, deep shade and impression from the earliest state of the plate, tied by fine strikes of the New York red thirteen-bar square grid, additionally tied by blue manuscript cross-strokes, red 'NEW-YORK 2 JUL 10 cts' circular datestamp struck on legal-size envelope addressed to 'The Clerk of The Marion Circuit Court, Marion County, (Indianapolis), Indiana', receipt docketing 'Jeremiah Foote, administrator of the Estate of John Wood, deceased, vs. Harvey Brown & William Y. Wiley, Deposition of George B. Sherwood' and 'Filed July 8, 1847, R.B. Duncan, Clerke', original notarized document enclosed and dated June 30, 1847, the envelope is marked '10' (postage due for excesss weight) in blue manuscript, light horizontal fold well clear of stamps, slight toning at extreme edges of the envelope. This July 2, 1847 cover bearing the 1847 Issue was discovered in 1972 by the late Harry D. Mark, an Indianapolis tax consultant. It was preserved between the pages of a copy of Burns' Annotated Indiana Statues' from Mr. Mark's library. Prior to the discovery of this cover, the earliest dated example of the 1847 Issue was a July 7th cover bearing a single 5c stamp. To date, this July 2nd cover remains the earliest known usage of a United States postage stamp, EXTREMELY FINE, THE EARLIEST RECORDED EXAMPLE OF A UNITED STATES POSTAGE STAMP AND THE ONLY RECORDED JULY 2, 1847 COVER.

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  • 1994-09-21
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