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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 - Finland
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
640    M
1860-1976 clean collection of M & U in Favourite album. A few early rouletted issues in very mixed condition & not included in valuation. Useful range of 1875-1929 definitives incl. shades, dies & perf. variations. Coverage a bit patchy to 1955 but improves thereafter with commemorative issues large part complete M &/or U to circa 1975. Good base for a new collection, inspection recommended. ST Cat. £1181 (few 100) £150.00 N/S
641    M
1866-1992 M & U collection in Davo one country album. Early issues incl. 1866-70 serpentine perf. 5p (fair example), 20 & 40p (good perfs) U; useful range of 1899-1911 issues & good selection of 1917-29 definitives M & U. Remaining period is well covered though not complete & lacks the scarcer issues but incl. good range of Red Cross, Anti TB issues plus a few 1985-91 M/Sheets. Also 1941-42 Karelia opts. on Finnish definitives M (not incl. in valuation). Nice clean lot to build on. ST Cat. £1500 (few 100) £200.00 N/S
1866-67 1m brown/white Type III U, two short teeth at foot, SG. 49. Cat. £600 £100.00 N/S
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