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Stamp auction - 6 September 2012 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 6 September 2012. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 142 - Japan
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Used (on letter or envelope)
Interesting range of used & unused stationery cards, WWI censored cover to Paris, WWII military cards with censor chops etc. (20) £60 to 70 £62.00
1872-circa 1992 M & U collection in 2 stock books incl. a few earlies without provenance & therefore excl. from valuations. Good range of early 20th Cent, amongst which we note 1921 Warships set U + 1½ & 3s M, 1921 Mount Fuji set of 3 M, 1929 Airs set M, then large part complete & mainly M from 1950's. Useful range of M/Sheets incl. some better early issues. An attractive & impressive collection for development which should be viewed to appreciate the range of material on offer. (many 100's) ST.Cat. £7000+ (excl. 9 earlies) £900 to 1200 N/S
Used (on letter or envelope)
1904 newspaper wrapper franked 2s green sent to Zurich, bears 'Via Vancouver - New York' straight line. Scarce newspaper rate. £25 to 30 N/S
1949 8y Postal Week M, minor gum creases, SG.556, 1950 103y Air, VFU, SG.578, 1951 Tourist Issues, VFU, SG.639, 8y & 24y, SG.641/2. (5) £30 to 40 N/S
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