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ANTIGUA

3126609 Ω 1872 QV Wmk Crown CC 1d scarlet P12½ Wmk inverted SG #14w, fine unused. Cat £200.
Lot 1369:1872 QV Wmk Crown CC 1d scarlet P12½ Wmk inverted SG #14w, fine unused. Cat £200.
95.00
2616946 F 1884-87 QV Wmk CA Perf 14 6d deep green, SG #29, Cat £120.
Lot 1370:1884-87 QV Wmk CA Perf 14 6d deep green, SG #29, Cat £120.
105.00

BARBADOS

2913749 U 1860 Pin-Perf 12½ (½d) Yellow-Green slightly trimmed at lower left. (2003 Brandon certificate with slight water damage almost obliterating the crucial words 'is genuine'). SG #16, Cat £650.
Lot 1407:1860 Pin-Perf 12½ (½d) Yellow-Green slightly trimmed at lower left. (2003 Brandon certificate with slight water damage almost obliterating the crucial words 'is genuine'). SG #16, Cat £650.
145.00
3122198 ** 1938-47 Badge 2½d ultramarine variety Mark on central ornament [1/3] SG #251a in marginal strip of 5, also 3d blue variety Vertical line over horse's head [4/10] #252ca in marginal block of 8 (4x2); both items with mild uniform gum toning, MUH, Cat £195+. (2)
Lot 1408 [1 of 2]:1938-47 Badge 2½d ultramarine variety Mark on central ornament [1/3] SG #251a in marginal strip of 5, also 3d blue variety Vertical line over horse's head [4/10] #252ca in marginal block of 8 (4x2); both items with mild uniform gum toning, MUH, Cat £195+. (2)Lot 1408 [2 of 2]:1938-47 Badge 2½d ultramarine variety Mark on central ornament [1/3] SG #251a in marginal strip of 5, also 3d blue variety Vertical line over horse's head [4/10] #252ca in marginal block of 8 (4x2); both items with mild uniform gum toning, MUH, Cat £195+. (2)
70.00
3122200 **/* 1938-47 Badge 2½d ultramarine marginal block of 18 (3x6) with variety Mark on central ornament x3 [1/3, 2/3 & 3/3] SG #251a, reinforced perf separations between rows 2 & 3, uniform gum toning, Cat £165+.
Lot 1409:1938-47 Badge 2½d ultramarine marginal block of 18 (3x6) with variety Mark on central ornament x3 [1/3, 2/3 & 3/3] SG #251a, reinforced perf separations between rows 2 & 3, uniform gum toning, Cat £165+.
70.00

BARBADOS - Postal History

2618765  1937 (Jul 14) local cover to Bridgetown franked ¼d brown KGV Seal (SG #217) underpaying the ½d local rate, 'T'-in-heart handstamp, Postage Due ½d green SG #D1 affixed and tied on arrival. Very rare fractional solo frankings.
Lot 1410:1937 (Jul 14) local cover to Bridgetown franked ¼d brown KGV Seal (SG #217) underpaying the ½d local rate, 'T'-in-heart handstamp, Postage Due ½d green SG #D1 affixed and tied on arrival. Very rare fractional solo frankings.
600.00

BELGIUM - Postal History

3115708  1940 (Dec 16) Belgian Government In Exile (USA) cover to UK with 5c Prexie tied by New York machine cancel, opened by British Censors in Bermuda with tape applied, addressed to Otto Wambach a member of the Belgian Govt in Exile who after March 1940 resided in various buildings in Eaton Square close to the Belgian Embassy. [It is entirely possible that Wambach acted as a conduit for forwarding mail to families living in Occupied Belgium]
Lot 1412:1940 (Dec 16) Belgian Government In Exile (USA) cover to UK with 5c Prexie tied by New York machine cancel, opened by British Censors in Bermuda with tape applied, addressed to Otto Wambach a member of the Belgian Govt in Exile who after March 1940 resided in various buildings in Eaton Square close to the Belgian Embassy. [It is entirely possible that Wambach acted as a conduit for forwarding mail to families living in Occupied Belgium]
48.00

BERMUDA - Postal History

3115732  1941 (Jan 13) cover to USA with 1½d KGVI pair tied by St Georges datestamp, red on white 'PC 102/OPENED BY/CENSOR/80' tape, fine condition. [Censor label No 80 is unrecorded by Peter Flynn in 'Intercepted in Bermuda: The Censorship of Transatlantic Mail During the Second World War']
Lot 1413:1941 (Jan 13) cover to USA with 1½d KGVI pair tied by St Georges datestamp, red on white 'PC 102/OPENED BY/CENSOR/80' tape, fine condition. [Censor label No 80 is unrecorded by Peter Flynn in 'Intercepted in Bermuda: The Censorship of Transatlantic Mail During the Second World War']
420.00

DANISH WEST INDIES - Postal History

2616771  1902 (Jun 19) inward use of '1/CENT/1902' on 3c red Postal Card with British Virgin islands ½d green pair on face, both indicium and stamps cancelled 'VIRGIN ISLANDS/*/JU19/02', 'ST.THOMAS/19/6/1902' arrival on face. Rare and very attractive.
Lot 1486:1902 (Jun 19) inward use of '1/CENT/1902' on 3c red Postal Card with British Virgin islands ½d green pair on face, both indicium and stamps cancelled 'VIRGIN ISLANDS/*/JU19/02', 'ST.THOMAS/19/6/1902' arrival on face. Rare and very attractive.
725.00
2616772  1902 (Jul 3) inwards use of '1/CENT/1902' on 3c red Postal Card with British Virgin Islands ½d green on face, stamp cancelled 'A91' tied with 'VIRGIN ISLANDS/*/JY3/02', 'T' on face. Underpaid and 1c blue pair applied on arrival, 'ST.THOMAS/1017/1902' arrival on face. Rare and very attractive.
Lot 1487:1902 (Jul 3) inwards use of '1/CENT/1902' on 3c red Postal Card with British Virgin Islands ½d green on face, stamp cancelled 'A91' tied with 'VIRGIN ISLANDS/*/JY3/02', 'T' on face. Underpaid and 1c blue pair applied on arrival, 'ST.THOMAS/1017/1902' arrival on face. Rare and very attractive.
950.00
   
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