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Stamp auction - 12 November 2009 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 12 November 2009. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 134 - Indian Feudatory States
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
  • Bundi
821
 Unused
BUNDI Officials 1915-41 6a deep ultramarine type B, Type O1 opt. in black, complete sheet of four from Benns setting 6 showing papermaker's embossed seal on first stamp, very fine unused as issued. Rare SG. O11b. Cat. £280 £100.00 £105.00
  • Indore
822
Used (on letter or envelope)
INDORE 1889 ½a black/pink type II U on Missionary cover to Cannan, also bears India ½a to pay external postage. Rare cover. £60.00 £62.00
  • Jind
823
 Essay
JIND Circa 1876 'Lion' essay in red brown on bluish laid card paper, stated to have been prepared for official use, complete sheet of 50 (10 x 5) unused. Faint bend but fine & attractive, rare as sheet. (50) £120.00 £105.00
  • Morvi
824   Used (on letter or envelope)
MORVI Six covers or cards with 3p (3) two on one cover, postal stationery 6p unused & U, 3p U (2), also Barwani 4a on cover & 1933-47 P.11 wide setting 1a on cover. Condition very mixed as usual. (8) £45.00 £62.00
 
   
       
   
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