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Stamp auction - 11 March 2010 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 11 March 2010. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 135 - 1840 Twopence Blue
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
Pl.1 GF large margined example, cancelled in red, horizontal crease. (1) £50.00 £90.00
Pl. 1 JB/JC HORIZONTAL PAIR with good to large margins (JB - tiny thin at top), each with fine Scots 1844 Type cancel. Very scarce. Cat. £3400++ (2) £400.00 £380.00
Pl. 2 HB close to large margins with fine Scots type 1844 cancel. Cat. £1700 (1) £200.00 £150.00
Used (on letter or envelope)
Pl. 2 KE-KL horizontal strip of eight, KG-KK touched or slightly cut into at top, good margins either side, tied by black Maltese Cross cancellations on 1841(17 March) refolded entire form London to Edinburgh. KH with heavy vertical crease but good colour & a large multiple on cover. BPA (1966) & Dr Knopke (1992) Certificates. £3500.00 N/S
Pl. 2 MJ good to large margins three sides, just touched to complete on fourth at foot, U with blue MC cancellation, Spec DS8ud. Clear 1958 BPA Cert. Great rarity Cat. £10,000. £1300.00 N/S
Pl.2 SC clear margins except at upper right - extremely close to frame line, cancelled in red. (1) £80.00 £84.00
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