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Stamp auction - 14 March 2013 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 14 March 2013. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 144 - Nigeria
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
960
Used (on letter or envelope)
Lagos: 1898 pair of printed E's used to Austria with ½d & 2d or ½d & 1d pair stamps cancelled by 'dumb' barred oval - Lagos c.d.s. on reverse. Scarce. (2) £55 to 75 £56.00
961
Used (on letter or envelope)
THE NIGERIAS covers incl. (1902) Niger Coast 1d item ex Calabar River (fault), 1907 PPC ex Sapele with KEVII ½d pair, KGV frankings incl. reg'd & airmail, ½d local printed matter cover, KGVI (4), 1956 cover ex Camerouns etc. (20) £50 to 70 £50.00
962
Used (on letter or envelope)
NIGERIA & CAMEROONS 20th Century KGV & KGVI registered envelopes from many offices incl. IBARA, AGEGE, OLO KEMEJI, OPOBO, OKITIPURA, ASABA, ILESHA, UZUAKOLI, ULU ETIM, ETINAN & others incl. WWII censors. 1940 'BUEA - CAMEROONS UNDER BRITISH MANDATE', fine NIGERIA censor mark in red, to USA with others incl. 'VICTORIA - CAMEROONS UNDER BRITISH MANDATE', 1944 IKOT EKPENE, Nigeria censored to USA & 1953 registered TIKO Cameroons cover to USA. (18) £160 to 200 N/S
 
   
       
   
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