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1738 * 1956 'Postage Stamps of Ireland' presentation folder produced by Dept of Posts & Telegraphs, Dublin, containing mounted mint examples of the then current issues. 1987 MacDonnell Whyte catalogue value stated to be £140. Scarce publication.
Lot 1738 [1 of 5]:1956 'Postage Stamps of Ireland' presentation folder produced by Dept of Posts & Telegraphs, Dublin, containing mounted mint examples of the then current issues. 1987 MacDonnell Whyte catalogue value stated to be £140. Scarce publication. Lot 1738 [2 of 5]:1956 'Postage Stamps of Ireland' presentation folder produced by Dept of Posts & Telegraphs, Dublin, containing mounted mint examples of the then current issues. 1987 MacDonnell Whyte catalogue value stated to be £140. Scarce publication. Lot 1738 [3 of 5]:1956 'Postage Stamps of Ireland' presentation folder produced by Dept of Posts & Telegraphs, Dublin, containing mounted mint examples of the then current issues. 1987 MacDonnell Whyte catalogue value stated to be £140. Scarce publication. Lot 1738 [4 of 5]:1956 'Postage Stamps of Ireland' presentation folder produced by Dept of Posts & Telegraphs, Dublin, containing mounted mint examples of the then current issues. 1987 MacDonnell Whyte catalogue value stated to be £140. Scarce publication. Lot 1738 [5 of 5]:1956 'Postage Stamps of Ireland' presentation folder produced by Dept of Posts & Telegraphs, Dublin, containing mounted mint examples of the then current issues. 1987 MacDonnell Whyte catalogue value stated to be £140. Scarce publication.
120.00 95.00 R

SOUTH AUSTRALIA - Postal History

712  1885 (Feb 15) registered cover to Ireland with P10x11½-12½ 4d & 6d tied by Kooringa Type F1-3 datestamps, arced 'REGISTERED/No' 54 handstamp at left, Adelaide transit & Newry arrival backstamps, small edge repair at left.
Lot 712 [1 of 2]:1885 (Feb 15) registered cover to Ireland with P10x11½-12½ 4d & 6d tied by Kooringa Type F1-3 datestamps, arced 'REGISTERED/No' 54 handstamp at left, Adelaide transit & Newry arrival backstamps, small edge repair at left. Lot 712 [2 of 2]:1885 (Feb 15) registered cover to Ireland with P10x11½-12½ 4d & 6d tied by Kooringa Type F1-3 datestamps, arced 'REGISTERED/No' 54 handstamp at left, Adelaide transit & Newry arrival backstamps, small edge repair at left.
80.00 65.00 R

GREAT BRITAIN

1473 F 1841 1d Red-Brown Plate 23 fine to very fine horiz pair [JJ-JK], SG #8, distinctive Triple NE corner breaks and Square-footed 'J' SG-Spec #BS12. Margin at right touching, otherwise clear to large margins min Cat £160+. [Affixed, but tied to, Irish front Portumna to Ballinastoe, Jan 1843]
Lot 1473:1841 1d Red-Brown Plate 23 fine to very fine horiz pair [JJ-JK], SG #8, distinctive Triple NE corner breaks and Square-footed 'J' SG-Spec #BS12. Margin at right touching, otherwise clear to large margins min Cat £160+. [Affixed, but tied to, Irish front Portumna to Ballinastoe, Jan 1843]
80.00 65.00 R

GREAT BRITAIN - Official Stamps

1617  1882-1901 'I.R. OFFICIAL' Overprints: 1d lilac Die II, SG #O3 (SG-Spec #L3). Fine horiz strip of 3 tied to aged OHMS 'INLAND REVENUE' registered envelope (large violet 'R' in violet and inscribed in blue crayon "Fee 2d paid") by three d/r cds 'QUEEN'S SQUARE BELFAST/PM/6 30/AU26/01'. Same on back (torn off flap) alongside main Belfast transit and Lisburn arr 11.45PM same date.
Lot 1617 [1 of 2]:1882-1901 'I.R. OFFICIAL' Overprints: 1d lilac Die II, SG #O3 (SG-Spec #L3). Fine horiz strip of 3 tied to aged OHMS 'INLAND REVENUE' registered envelope (large violet 'R' in violet and inscribed in blue crayon "Fee 2d paid") by three d/r cds 'QUEEN'S SQUARE BELFAST/PM/6 30/AU26/01'. Same on back (torn off flap) alongside main Belfast transit and Lisburn arr 11.45PM same date. Lot 1617 [2 of 2]:1882-1901 'I.R. OFFICIAL' Overprints: 1d lilac Die II, SG #O3 (SG-Spec #L3). Fine horiz strip of 3 tied to aged OHMS 'INLAND REVENUE' registered envelope (large violet 'R' in violet and inscribed in blue crayon "Fee 2d paid") by three d/r cds 'QUEEN'S SQUARE BELFAST/PM/6 30/AU26/01'. Same on back (torn off flap) alongside main Belfast transit and Lisburn arr 11.45PM same date.
80.00 65.00 R

GREAT BRITAIN - Postal Stationery

1642 PS 1840 1d Mulready Envelope: SG-Spec #ME2 (Forme 4, Stereo A181) uprated with 1d black SG #2 from Plate 7 [TE] (small surface rub) tied red MC with another alongside and 'DERRY/JA2/1841' d/arc cds (Irish). Some wrinkling and damaged flap noted for accuracy. Addressed to Dr Slater at High Wycombe.
Lot 1642:1840 1d Mulready Envelope: SG-Spec #ME2 (Forme 4, Stereo A181) uprated with 1d black SG #2 from Plate 7 [TE] (small surface rub) tied red MC with another alongside and 'DERRY/JA2/1841' d/arc cds (Irish). Some wrinkling and damaged flap noted for accuracy. Addressed to Dr Slater at High Wycombe.
4,000.00 3,200.00 R
   
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