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ASCENSION - British Post Offices

3122211  1912-22 Issues 1916 (May 22) commercial cover to UK with GB KGV 1d red SG #Z40 tied by Type Z2 datestamp, largely fine 'PASSED CENSOR/ASCENSION' two-line handstamp in violet, 'ASCENSION' printed in blue on flap, opened on two sides, minor blemishes.
Lot 1599:1912-22 Issues 1916 (May 22) commercial cover to UK with GB KGV 1d red SG #Z40 tied by Type Z2 datestamp, largely fine 'PASSED CENSOR/ASCENSION' two-line handstamp in violet, 'ASCENSION' printed in blue on flap, opened on two sides, minor blemishes.
190.00
3122204  1912-22 Issues 1916 (Oct 24) cover to London (backstamped) with GB KGV 3d lilac tied by Type Z2 datestamp SG #Z44 (Cat £180 off cover), large void type registration label tied by single strike of datestamp, woodcut 'CENSORED' handstamp & signed in violet crayon, minor blemishes. Rare.
Lot 1600 [1 of 2]:1912-22 Issues 1916 (Oct 24) cover to London (backstamped) with GB KGV 3d lilac tied by Type Z2 datestamp SG #Z44 (Cat £180 off cover), large void type registration label tied by single strike of datestamp, woodcut 'CENSORED' handstamp & signed in violet crayon, minor blemishes. Rare. Lot 1600 [2 of 2]:1912-22 Issues 1916 (Oct 24) cover to London (backstamped) with GB KGV 3d lilac tied by Type Z2 datestamp SG #Z44 (Cat £180 off cover), large void type registration label tied by single strike of datestamp, woodcut 'CENSORED' handstamp & signed in violet crayon, minor blemishes. Rare.
525.00

ASCENSION

2611513 *A1924-33 Badge SG #10-15d,17-20, ½d to 3/-, excl 6d, Cat £290. (11)
Lot 1601 [1 of 2]:1924-33 Badge SG #10-15d,17-20, ½d to 3/-, excl 6d, Cat £290. (11)Lot 1601 [2 of 2]:1924-33 Badge SG #10-15d,17-20, ½d to 3/-, excl 6d, Cat £290. (11)
270.00
3117150 * 1938-53 KGVI Pictorials ½d to 10/- P13½ set SG #38-47 including 1d Green Mountain & 3d black & ultramarine SG #42, fine mint, Cat £450+. (13)
Lot 1602 [1 of 3]:1938-53 KGVI Pictorials ½d to 10/- P13½ set SG #38-47 including 1d Green Mountain & 3d black & ultramarine SG #42, fine mint, Cat £450+. (13)Lot 1602 [2 of 3]:1938-53 KGVI Pictorials ½d to 10/- P13½ set SG #38-47 including 1d Green Mountain & 3d black & ultramarine SG #42, fine mint, Cat £450+. (13)Lot 1602 [3 of 3]:1938-53 KGVI Pictorials ½d to 10/- P13½ set SG #38-47 including 1d Green Mountain & 3d black & ultramarine SG #42, fine mint, Cat £450+. (13)
120.00
3124973 */Ω 1938-47 Pictorials ½d to 10/- set SG #38-47, 4d to 1/- without gum, some values with streaky gum characteristic of 1938 printings, hinge remnants, generally fine mint, Cat £250. (16)
Lot 1603 [1 of 3]:1938-47 Pictorials ½d to 10/- set SG #38-47, 4d to 1/- without gum, some values with streaky gum characteristic of 1938 printings, hinge remnants, generally fine mint, Cat £250. (16)Lot 1603 [2 of 3]:1938-47 Pictorials ½d to 10/- set SG #38-47, 4d to 1/- without gum, some values with streaky gum characteristic of 1938 printings, hinge remnants, generally fine mint, Cat £250. (16)Lot 1603 [3 of 3]:1938-47 Pictorials ½d to 10/- set SG #38-47, 4d to 1/- without gum, some values with streaky gum characteristic of 1938 printings, hinge remnants, generally fine mint, Cat £250. (16)
145.00
3117174 * 1938-53 KGVI Pictorials P13 Re-entries on ½d, 1d & 1/- Murray Payne #14a, 16a & 22a; also P14 1½d black & rose-carmine SG #40d (MP #28) with unlisted variety Bird above derrick; fine mint. (4)
Lot 1604 [1 of 2]:1938-53 KGVI Pictorials P13 Re-entries on ½d, 1d & 1/- Murray Payne #14a, 16a & 22a; also P14 1½d black & rose-carmine SG #40d (MP #28) with unlisted variety Bird above derrick; fine mint. (4)Lot 1604 [2 of 2]:1938-53 KGVI Pictorials P13 Re-entries on ½d, 1d & 1/- Murray Payne #14a, 16a & 22a; also P14 1½d black & rose-carmine SG #40d (MP #28) with unlisted variety Bird above derrick; fine mint. (4)
48.00
3117148 * 1938-53 KGVI Pictorials 1½d black & vermilion P13½ Davit flaw [R5/1] SG #40a (MP #CW4a), characteristic streaky toned gum of 1938 printings, mint, Cat £375.
Lot 1605:1938-53 KGVI Pictorials 1½d black & vermilion P13½ Davit flaw [R5/1] SG #40a (MP #CW4a), characteristic streaky toned gum of 1938 printings, mint, Cat £375.
120.00
3117158 * 1938-53 KGVI Pictorials 6d black & blue P13 SG #43a variety Re-entry to right side of portrait vignette, hinge remainder, mint. Murray Payne Certificate (2009).
Lot 1606:1938-53 KGVI Pictorials 6d black & blue P13 SG #43a variety Re-entry to right side of portrait vignette, hinge remainder, mint. Murray Payne Certificate (2009).
60.00
3117149 * 1938-53 KGVI Pictorials 2/6d black & deep carmine P13½ SG #45 variety Medallion re-entry behind King's head [R5/6], scarce unlisted variety, fine mint. Murray Payne Certificate (2009).
Lot 1607:1938-53 KGVI Pictorials 2/6d black & deep carmine P13½ SG #45 variety Medallion re-entry behind King's head [R5/6], scarce unlisted variety, fine mint. Murray Payne Certificate (2009).
160.00

NEW SOUTH WALES - Postal History

3125381  1854 (Sep 10) outer to France "pr Steamer Croesus" with 3d Laureate tied by Bars cancel of Sydney, '15' handstamp in black fine boxed 'COLONIES/&C ART.13' handstamp, Calais transit datestamp on face, Sydney departure and Paris arrival backstamps. [The Croesus broke both propellers en route via Cape Horn and proceeded to Ascension Island under sail, once a new propeller was fitted she continued to Calais via St Vincent (Cape Verde) & Southampton]
Lot 973 [1 of 2]:1854 (Sep 10) outer to France "pr Steamer Croesus" with 3d Laureate tied by Bars cancel of Sydney, '15' handstamp in black fine boxed 'COLONIES/&C ART.13' handstamp, Calais transit datestamp on face, Sydney departure and Paris arrival backstamps. [The Croesus broke both propellers en route via Cape Horn and proceeded to Ascension Island under sail, once a new propeller was fitted she continued to Calais via St Vincent (Cape Verde) & Southampton] Lot 973 [2 of 2]:1854 (Sep 10) outer to France "pr Steamer Croesus" with 3d Laureate tied by Bars cancel of Sydney, '15' handstamp in black fine boxed 'COLONIES/&C ART.13' handstamp, Calais transit datestamp on face, Sydney departure and Paris arrival backstamps. [The Croesus broke both propellers en route via Cape Horn and proceeded to Ascension Island under sail, once a new propeller was fitted she continued to Calais via St Vincent (Cape Verde) & Southampton]
480.00
   
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