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Stamp auction - 27 November 2014 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 27 November 2014. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 149 - Cape Of Good Hope
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
442
Used (on letter or envelope)
1853 stampless E.L written from Cape Town, dated 'July 27th 1853,' endorsed 'per Soudien' addressed to London routed via Folkstone with framed 'Folkstone/Ship Letter' in black on reverse (Robertson S4) with London arrival '7th Oct' and charged the uniform ship letter rate of '8d' after 1840. (1) £70 to 85 N/S
443
 Used
1855-63 6d slate lilac on blued paper FU, three good margins, SG.7c. Cat. £500 (1) £100 to 120 £115.00
444
Used (on letter or envelope)
1861 cover addressed to Port Elizabeth franked with 4d Woodblock, enormous margins on two sides, other is cut into, tied by fine triangular cancel, some cover faults, back stamped by 'Graaff-Reinett My.1.1861' oval d/stamp (SG. minimum £2000 x3) £800 to 1000 £840.00
445
 Literature
1982 Sothebys Maximus Grand Prix Cape collection hard back auction catalogue +1989 Sir Maxwell Joseph Cape collection hard back catalogue, both with dust jackets and prices realised. £40 to 50 N/S
 
   
       
   
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