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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 - Tonga
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
1614    M
 Used
1886-1935 M & U collection on printed leaves incl. 1886 1d (2) U, 2d (2) U, 6d & 1s U, 1891 1d & 2d M, 2d U, 1892 2d, 4d & 8d M, 1894 2½d on 8d mauve, 1895 2½d on 2d M, 1895 2½d, 5d & 7½d M, 1896 June ½d on 2½d & 1d on 1½d on 2d unused. 1897 Pictorial values to 5s VFU incl. extra values, 1920-21 Queen Salote to 1s M & 1923 2d on 5d VFU etc. Condition on earlies a little mixed but quite attractive lot. ST Cat. £1400 (59) £200.00 £150.00
1615    M
 Used
1886-1950 M & U collection on 11 album leaves incl. range of 1886-92 King George I issues - various perfs. with values to 1s mixed M & U. 1893-96 selection of surcharges M or U & 1895 King George II set to 7½d incl. 5d P.12 x 11 M & Sept 1895-96 surcharges M. Later issues are largely complete M to 1850 Queen Salote's 50th Birthday set. Finally 1893 Officials 1d & 1s U + 8d M & 1893 set M. Condition of earlies is somewhat mixed but useful pickings & then fine M from 1897. Inspection recommended. ST.Cat. £1966 (109) £300.00 N/S
 
   
       
   
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