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Stamp auction - 4 February 2016 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 4 February 2016. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 152 - Embossed
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
2003
Used (on letter or envelope)
1855 reg envelope from Manchester to London, franked 1d Stars block of four & 6d Embossed - large margined example tied by barred oval numerals '498' for Manchester, obverse also bears s/line REGISTERED h/stamp, Manchester Nov 28th c.d.s. & London PAID tombstone for Nov 29th. Most attractive un-creased cover. £300 to 400 £62.00
2004
 Used
1847 1s green FU with barred oval numerals '177,' close cut on two sides, SG.55. (1) £60 to 75 £60.00
2005
 Used
1847-54 10d brown horizontal STRIP OF FOUR touching on all sides, FU with London barred oval numerals, left side also cancelled in red, slight thin on first stamp & thread splitting on fourth stamp. Most attractive & rare multiple, SG.57. (4) £500 to 700 £620.00
2006
Used on piece or front
1847-54 10d brown vertical pair, cut into in places, tied to a small piece by London barred oval numerals '26' SG.57. (2) £150 to 200 £150.00
2007
 Used
1847 6d purple FU example, SG.60. (1) £70 to 90 £100.00
 
   
       
   
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