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Stamp auction - 29 November 2012 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 29 November 2012. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 143 - Ireland
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
Used (on letter or envelope)
1841 Jan 10 EL to Ballymoney, franked 1840 1d Pl.6 PH, large margined example tied by a fine red MC, reverse bears Ballymoney & Ballycastle c.d.s's for Jan.10.40. £120 to 150 £170.00
Used (on letter or envelope)
1841 Spooner Caricature, franked by a 1841 1d red brown four margin example, tied black MC, from Dublin to Drumore, reverse bears Dublin diamond for 14th July 1841 & Drumore c.d.s. for the 15th, cover has vertical crease (clear of adhesive) & has been cleaned. BPA Cert. 1990. £1750 to 2000 N/S
Used (on letter or envelope)
1843 cover from Ballytore (30th Sep) to Straffan then re-addressed to Celbridge, bearing 1841 1d red brown DA, with clear margins on three sides, tied by a clearly applied MC in olive green, back stamped Dublin d/stamp & Clare town stamp, obverse bears Ballytore c.d.s. in the same olive green colour, Naas c.d.s's for Oct 1st & 2nd have also been applied to the obverse. The entire has been treated as a late letter in Naas (received Oct 1st, re-despatched Oct 2nd) then re-posted to Celbridge from Clare and sent via Dublin GPO Number 28 of Moxter classification - the latest recorded date of use. MacDonnell Whyte Cert. accompanies. £1500 to 2000 N/S
Used (on letter or envelope)
1849 Entire letter from 3 Mount Joy Square, South Dublin to Portarlington with 1841 1d red unusually showing manuscript cancellation, tied by '186' diamond of Dublin, back stamped Se.13.1849 Dublin c.d.s. (1) £40 to 50 N/S
 Block of four
1855 1d red brown Pl. 30 BG-CH block of four (CH small fault) Die II L.C. P.14 cancelled bright green '106' diamond numerals of Cashel (reverse bears paper adherence), SG. 29. (4) £150 to 170 £135.00
755   Used (on letter or envelope)
1922 (Feb) ½d, 1d, 2½d (both), 3d, 4d (both), 9d (both), 10d Thom 1½d, 2d Die I/II, 6d, 1s Dollard 2/6d to 10s (10s age stain), 1922 9d green 3d, 1½d Thom printings, 1925-28 wide date 5s etc. All fresh mounted mint. (30) Cat. £459 £70 to 95 N/S
756    UM
1922-2009 Collection housed in three Davo jointed albums appears virtually complete from 1937 onwards, mostly UM, earlier issues incl. F.U, pre 1937 lacking high values, includes few overprints, and couple pre stamp covers. £150 to 200 £210.00
757    Used
1922-99 good to FU collection of 1142 stamps on leaves incl. Dollard to 10d, Thom to 1s, 2/6d SG. 64, St. Patrick high values, useful commems to 1999. £70 to 90 £90.00
758    M
1937-50 mainly M collection of 79 stamps on hagner leaves incl. 1937 St Patrick set, 1940 Def. set & 1d coil SG.112c etc. Cat. £765 £100 to 130 £100.00
759    UM
Ex Dealer Stock of M & U housed in three stockbooks covering 1949 - 2005+ incl. sets, singles etc. some duplication, all items tagged & identified by SG number & price, 1st s/b M or UM another FU, third contains M/Sheets. £150 to 180 £120.00
760   Used (on letter or envelope)
1956 Pair of property valuation cards, both sent 7.3.56 with identical underpaid postage, one cancelled with incorrect h/stamp charging 1d for return to sender, other correctly charged 2d, both re-delivered & subsequently charged 1d P.D. (2) £20 to 25 N/S
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