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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 - Tristan Da Cunha
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
Used on piece or front
1911 GB KEVII 1d scarlet pair tied to piece by a faint strike of the Type I cachet in violet (rated £4000) by SG on cover) SG. C1 RPS Cert (1997). (1) £150 to 200 £150.00
1952-2002 collection of mainly UM, largely complete to 2002 incl. some M/Sheets & sheetlets. Better noted incl. 1952 KGVI set of St. Helena defins ovpt 'TRISTAN DA CUNHA,' 1954 QEII Defin set (excl. 10s), 1960 Defin set, 1961 set in South African Decimal Currency, 1963 Tristan Da Cunha re-settlement set, 1965 Ships (both £1 vals), then good, but not compete run to 2002 incl. several M/Sheets & sheetlets etc. A few stamps affected by minor foxing. Inspection recommended. (600 + 15 sheetlets & 31 m/s) ST.Cat. £590 £120 to 150 N/S
1952-98 M or UM collection housed in clear mounts in a KA/BE album incl. 1952 set, 1954 set, 1960 set, 1961 set UM, 1963 to 1998 appears complete. (100's) £120 to 160 £120.00
Block larger than four or stamp booklet
1957 Postage Due set in UM corner marginal plate blocks of eight, SG. D1/5. £30 to 40 £32.00
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