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Stamp auction - 27 March 2014 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 27 March 2014. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 147 - Cape Of Good Hope
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
559
 Used
1855-63 4d blue, fine full margined pair, VFU with triangular cancel, SG.6a. (1) £50 to 65 £75.00
560
 Used
1855-63 6d slate lilac on blued paper FU, three good margins, SG. 7c. Cat. £500 (1) £100 to 120 N/S
561
 Used
1855-63 6d value, three different shades each FU, one bears red crayon mark, all clear to good margins, from SG. 7/7d. (3) £150 to 200 £190.00
562
 Used
1861 Woodblock 1d vermilion U example (close cut & thinned), SG. 13. Cat. £2750 (1) £200 to 250 £260.00
563
 Used
1861 Woodblock 1d vermilion good U with fairly large margins all round (small repair), SG. 13. Cat. £2750 £300 to 400 £520.00
564
 Used
1861 Woodblock 4d pale milky blue, two large margins, close & just cut into design at lower right, VFU with triangular cancel, SG. 14. Cat. £1900 £250 to 300 £310.00
565
 Used
1863-64 1s bright emerald green, clear to good margins, with fine triangular cancel (tiny crease right corner), SG.21. Cat. £650 (1) £80 to 100 £120.00
 
   
       
   
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