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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 - Subject Cards
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
  • Boy Scouts
244   Used (on letter or envelope)
BOY SCOUTS & GIRL GUIDES Camping, Parades & Patriotic etc. (11) £20.00 £30.00
  • Erotica
Used (on letter or envelope)
EROTIC collection of 150 originals issued between turn of the century & 1920, produced in France depicting either nude or scantily clad ladies in various poses predominantly full length, many seated, sepia or black & white. Condition VF throughout, rarely offered in such a large quantity. £1000.00 £1100.00
246   Used (on letter or envelope)
EROTICA collection of 336 different reproduction photographic cards in sepia of Victorian or Edwardian ladies, either nude or in various stages of undress, lingerie, stockings, suspenders etc. £85.00 £80.00
  • WWI
247   Used (on letter or envelope)
WWI SILK EMBROIDERED CARDS sent back from France during the war - collection of 240 cards depicting Allied Flags, Butterflies, Flowers, Birthday, Christmas Greetings, To My Dear Mother/Father/Brother/Sister/Wife etc. Although in mixed condition, generally good to fine. Rarely offered in such quantity. £300.00 £410.00
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