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Stamp auction - 27 May 2010 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 27 May 2010. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 136 - Egypt
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
509    M
 Used
1926-1957 substantial collection neatly presented on leaves in protectors. Material is M and/or U & includes many multiples, plate blocks & some complete sheets (1937 issue), together with a range of interesting covers. Almost exclusively definitive & air issues of the period, plus a few oddments. Main section deals with 1937 King Farouk issue, presented in detail as a Stampex exhibit. Great strength however in other issues which incl. 1927 King Faud with values to 200m, 1936 King Faud set, 1939-46 Farouk set (incl. plate blocks of top values) & 1953 portrait obliterated issue. Attractive range of Air issues incl. 1926 set M, 1931 Zeppelin set M + 50m on 27m U, 1933 set m (incl. extras) & some U, 1933 (Dec) set m & 1947 set incl. plate blocks. Also good range of 1948-52 Gaza Occupation opts. incl. Airs. Inevitable duplication throughout but a fine opportunity for development & inspection strongly recommended. ST Cat. £6100+ (3925 + 33 on piece & 10 covers) £1200.00 £1200.00
 
   
       
   
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