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Stamp auction - 29 June 2016 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 29 June 2016. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 153 - Embossed
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
Used (on letter or envelope)
1855 reg cover from London to Knaresborough, franked 1d Stars & 6d Embossed cut into at base, cancelled barred oval numeral '24' m/s registered alongside, London double framed 'Tombstone' in red, reverse Knaresborough receiver Sep 30 1855. (1) £60 to 75 £84.00
Used (on letter or envelope)
1860's mourning envelope from London to Montreal, Canada, franked 1s Embossed (cut into right side), tied by London duplex of June 11th 186?. £50 to 60 £84.00
1847 1s green horizontal strip of four, each cancelled barred oval numeral '466', faults incl. creases & rubbing etc. SG.55 £100 to 150 N/S
Used (on letter or envelope)
1851 cover to Bordeaux, franked 10d Embossed, tied London barred oval numeral, obverse bears PD in red, Calais transit, reverse Bordeaux receiver, SG.57. £200 to 250 £200.00
1847-54 6d purple vertical strip of four, clear margins left side & top, others cut into or touching, each cancelled by Scots numeral 114 for Dundee, horizontal crease affecting third stamp down o/w a fine & scarce multiple, SG.50. (1) Cat. £4000+ £300 to 400 £360.00
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