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This auction took place on 28 September 2017. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 156 - Falkland Islands
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
412
 Used
1904 MCCA 3s green & 5s red, both superb U with fine double ring d/stamps, SG.49 & 50, Cat. £310, plus a few lower values FU. (10) £80 to 100 £86.00
413
 M
1904-12 MCCA set, M (2½d fault & 3s crease), SG.43/50. (8) Cat. £475 £100 to 120 N/S
414
 Used
Used on piece or front
SHIP CANCELLATIONS 1914-18 R.M.S Falkland on 1d KGV, 1923-26 H.M.C.S Afterglow full cancel tying 1s to piece, another piece with 1d - part cancel, 1909-17 NEW ISLAND c.d.s. on 1d KGV x3. (6) £150 to 180 £160.00
415
 M
1929-35 fine M range incl. 1929 Whale & Penguin set to 2/6d, 1933 Centenary set to 2/6d, 1935 Jubilee set. (21) Cat. £700 £150 to 180 N/S
416
 M
1929-37 Whale & Penguin set, fine M (£1 has slight gum crease), SG.116/126, Cat. £700 £200 to 250 N/S
417
 Used
1933 Centenary set to 1s VFU, SG.127/134. (8) Cat. £325 £50 to 65 £82.00
418
 M
1933 Centenary set to 10s, fine M (2/6d - gum toned), SG.127/137. (11) Cat. £2290 £750 to 950 £900.00
419

 Essay
1938-50 Essays, Proofs & Specimens. A fascinating study incl. reproductions of archive proof items & correspondence with stamp-sized photographic reproductions of Roberts' essays (24) incl. examples mounted on card with stamps added for colour guide. Also mainly original (or duplicate) photographs of subjects proposed for the issue of Mount Sugar Top (repro), Gentoo Penguins, both signed & endorsed by Roberts on reverse, Sea Lion, South Georgia, S.S Lafonia (rejected design), Battle Memorial, Whales Jaw-Bones etc. Also printed repro (signed) of the 1946 drawing by Karl Lellman for Airmail 6d (184 x 150mm) & Helio-Vaugirard 1949 'reprint' (157 x 116mm) of the 4d Upland Goose. £400 to 450 £460.00
420

1937 (Apr 28th) 1s to £1 & (Aug 21st) ½d to 9d contemporary photographs from the printer's record books, all similar to the issued designs, affixed to two pieces of card. Unusual. £1000 to 1200 £960.00
421
 Essay
King Edward VIII Essays, 1s, 2/6d, 5s, 10s & £1 contemporary Photographic Essays, each stamp-sized & marked on die sunk piece of brown card (184 x 1333mm) with fancy border, signed 'G.Roberts 19-11-36' & marked on reverse 'Designs submitted for approval and accepted subject to head being altered from Edward VIII to George VI, the former having abdicated. G. Roberts' Provenance Earl Spencer 1992. £1500 to 1750 N/S
422

1937 (Jan 28th) 1s to £1 set of five with additional 1s & 2/6d contemporary photographs from the printer's record books, all similar to the issued designs, affixed to strip of card. Unusual. £850 to 1000 £830.00
423

1938-50 Edward VIII Portrait, Essay Die Proof produced by Waterlow in 1936 in deep green, unframed on thick wove paper (87 x 127mm) with reversed albino die no. '15494' at top. Also a reproduction of the Harrison essay (now in Royal Collection) using this head in the design for a proposed Straits Settlements ½d & a complete M sheet of 120 of the issued Grenada 1937-50 ½d chocolate on chalk surfaced paper (SG.152c Cat. £270) incorporating the KGVI Head in the finished design printed by Harrison in photogravure. £600 to 800 £720.00
424
 Essay
1938-50 Definitive issue Photographic Proofs 2½d & 6d showing King George VI, 1s, 2/6d, 5s, 10s & £1 King Edward VIII, the designs on the 6d value were used on the 1d & 2d, the 2½d on ½d etc. £200 to 250 £200.00
425
 Essay
1938-50 Definitive issue Essays ½d, 1d, 2d, 2½d 4d, 6d & 9d contemporary photographic essays, each stamp-sized & mounted on the sunk piece of brown card (133 x 184mm) with fancy border, signed 'G. Roberts 26.3.37' and marked on reverse 'Designs submitted for approval G. Roberts' Accepted 2½d to be ½d - 6d to be 2d £650 to 750 £620.00
426
 Essay
1938 Photographic Essay of the 2½d denomination but with the ½d Jaw-Bones design. (1) £40 to 50 £62.00
427
 Specimen
1937 Coronation set of three values, marginal examples from the base of the sheet, Perf SPECIMEN, fresh UM, SG.143s/5s. (3) £200 to 230 £180.00
428
 Specimen
1937 Coronation set of three values, marginal examples from the base of the sheet, Perf SPECIMEN, fresh UM, SG.143s/5s. (3) £200 to 230 N/S
429
 Specimen
1937 Coronation set of three Perf SPECIMEN, unused b/stamped 'B. W. ARCHIVES' incl. 1d with odd short perfs, SG.143s/5s, 1937 Coronation set of three in vertical pairs cancelled P.S 2A double ring c.d.s's for May 12th - the first day on a size H registered formula envelope with 'Crown Registered' h/stamp. £200 to 250 N/S
430
Used (on letter or envelope)
1937 Coronation set plus extra 2½d & 1d tied by P.S 2A double ring c.d.s's for 22.OC.37 to a red formula size 'G' registered envelope addressed to Ceylon with Columbo receiving c.d.s. for 19th.XII.37. £50 to 60 £62.00
431
 Specimen
1938-50 Definitive set complete Perf SPECIMEN, unused (no gum) Ex 'B. W. ARCHIVES' with h/stamp on reverse, 10s vals with corner fault incl. the 1949 2½d & 6d (unique pair) and a unique archival set. BPA Cert. accompanies for all values. RARE. £5000 to 6000 N/S
432
 Specimen
1938 KGVI Definitives Perf SPECIMEN, twelve original vals + 1/3d (missing later vals 1d, 2d, 2½d & 3d), three of each value originally vertical strips of three (a few gum bends/creases confirming) - all UM, fresh & very fine examples, the £1 with vertical gum creases, 13 from set 16, SG.146s/163s. (Set of 16 - Cat. £2500 x3 = £7500). £2000 to 2500 N/S
433
 Specimen
1938 Definitive set complete Perf SPECIMEN, fresh M, SG.146s/51s, 153/55s, 157s/63s. Scarce. (16) Murray Payne Cert. 2017, Cat. £2500 £1400 to 1700 N/S
434
 Specimen
1938 Definitives - the original set of twelve vals in vertical strips of three or pairs, all Perf SPECIMEN affixed to part of two sheets of GPO paper (part embossed crests on each sheet), all cancelled with circular 'POSTAL SERVICE/H.M.B DEPARTMENT' (HOME MAIL BRANCH) in purple. Ex Surplus specimens supplied to GPO for forwarding to UPU. Rare & unique. £4000 to 5000 N/S
435
 Used
1938-50 Definitives - superb U collection neatly written up & presented in an Oriel album with singles & blocks of four (printings identified) comprising ½d (9), blocks (3), 1d Monument (6), pair & blocks (2), 1d Swan blocks (2), 2d Swan (8) & block, 2d Monument block, 2½d Sheep & 2½d Goose blocks of each, 3d Sheep (5), block, 4d (6), blocks (2), 6d brown (5) & blocks (2), 6d black single & block, 9d (4), pair, blocks (2), 1s (6), blocks (2), 1/3d block, 2/6d (6) another on reg cover, 5s (6), block, another on reg cover, 10s (5), block, £1 (3), blocks (2), also reg cover, all are superb c.d.s. examples. Fine collection offered intact. SH.76/90, SG.146/163. £1500 to 1700 £1950.00
436
 M
1938-50 Definitive set, complete fine M, SG.146/163. (18) £80 to 100 £82.00
437
 UM
 Block of four
1938-50 Definitive set complete in UM blocks of four, all except 2d Monument are marginal or corner marginal blocks, some gum bends present, wonderful fresh appearance. SG.146/163. £850 to 1000 £800.00
438
 UM
 Block of four
1938 Second Printing 2d to 1s dull greenish blue with 6d black & brown shade, each in an imprint block of four, the 2d hinged on upper pair o/w mainly fine & unmounted. (6 blocks). £400 to 500 N/S
439
 UM
 Block of four
1938 2½d Sheep UM lower marginal block of four showing Bradbury Wilkinson imprint, also a corner marginal M example with sheet number in right margin, 2½d Goose UM corner marginal pair showing Plate numbers 1 & 2, similar for UM block of four with Plate numbers (minor gum bends), SH.81/82, SG.151/152. (4 items) £50 to 60 N/S
440
 UM
 Block of four
1937-47 3d Sheep all three printings, each UM blocks of four (1st printing 2x UM), 4d Goose 1st, 2nd & 3rd printings, each UM blocks of four (1st & 2nd are marginal or corner marginal), SH.83a/c, 84a/c. (6 blocks) £100 to 120 £100.00
441
 UM
 Block of four
1937-49 6d RRS Discovery 1st, 2nd & 3rd printings, each UM blocks of four (1st & 3rd are lower marginal blocks with Bradbury Wilkinson imprint), 1949 6d black UM block of four (2) - one being corner marginal with Plate number, from SH.85a/c & 86, SG.155/155a & 156. £100 to 120 £90.00
442
 UM
 Block of four
1937-47 9d RMS William Scoresby UM blocks of four - all four printings, 1st printing being with marginal inscription, 2nd & 3rd being marginals, 2nd printing with crease affecting two. Fresh & scarce. SH.87a/d. £250 to 300 £260.00
443
 UM
Block larger than four or stamp booklet
1938-50 Definitives - 9d black & pale grey-blue 4th printing (May 1947) UM block of six from the foot of the sheet with Bradbury Wilkinson imprint, fine, SG.157 var, SH.87d. Ex Barton. £100 to 120 £160.00
444
 UM
 Block of four
1937-47 1s Mount Sugar Top UM blocks of four (all four printings), 1st printing with marginal inscription, 3rd & 4th are corner marginal blocks, all very fresh, SH.88a/d, SG.158/158c. £350 to 450 £450.00
445
 UM
 Block of four
1937 First printing 2/6d slate, lower marginal UM block of four showing Bradbury Wilkinson imprint in margin, couple of toned perfs o/w very fresh, SH.90a. £250 to 300 £460.00
446
 UM
 Block of four
1938 Second printing 2/6d violet-slate, lower left corner marginal UM block of four, fine, SH.90b, SG.160. £400 to 500 N/S
447
 UM
 Block of four
1944 Third printing 2/6d yellowish-slate UM block of four, SH.90c, SG.160. £120 to 150 £140.00
448
Used (on letter or envelope)
1951 (May 10th), 1949 Printing 2/6d slate-black upper marginal example tied by '10 MY/51' c.d.s. to local registered cover, self-addressed by Antarctic meteorologist J. H. Chaplin & with registration label Type 9, SG.160, SH.90d. £150 to 200 £260.00
449
 M
 Block of four
1949 Fourth printing 2/6d slate-black, fresh M block of four (2x UM), SH.90d, SG.160var. (4) £250 to 300 £320.00
450
 UM
 Block of four
1938 First printing 5s bright blue & chestnut, lower marginal UM block of four showing Bradbury Wilkinson imprint in margin, SH.91b, SG.161b. (4) £300 to 350 £350.00
451
 UM
1938 5s indigo & pale yellow-brown, UM (gum lightly toned), SG.91b, SG.161b, Murray Payne Cert. (1) £300 to 350 £300.00
452
 UM
 Block of four
1938 Second printing 5s indigo & pale yellow-brown, lower marginal UM block of four showing Bradbury Wilkinson imprint in margin. Very fresh & fine - believed unique. (4) SH.91b, SG.161b. RPS Cert. 1996. Provenance Grosvenor Auctions 9.11.16, fetched £5800 (hammer). £3000 to 3500 £3600.00
453
 UM
Block larger than four or stamp booklet
1938 Second printing 5s indigo & pale yellow-brown, a remarkable UM half sheet of 30 from the left side showing part Bradbury Wilkinson imprint in lower margin with lightly toned gum - believed unique. SH.91b, SG.161b, BPA Cert. (of complete sheet), Murray Payne Cert. Cat. £33,000. £8000 to 10000 N/S
454
 M
1938 5s indigo & pale yellow-brown, fresh M, SH.91b, SG.161b, BPA Cert. 1981. (1) £300 to 350 £300.00
455
 UM
 Block of four
1944 Third printing 5s dull deep blue & dark yellow-brown, UM block of four, SH.91c. £200 to 250 £220.00
456
 UM
 Block of four
1949 Fourth printing 5s bright blue & bistre-brown, fresh UM block of four (one stamp with small tone spot), SH.91d. £350 to 450 £350.00
457
 UM
 Block of four
1937 First printing 10s black & brownish-orange, lower marginal UM block of four showing Bradbury Wilkinson imprint in margin, SH.92a, SG.162. £500 to 600 £480.00
458
 UM
 Block of four
1938-50 Definitives - 10s black & light orange 2nd printing July 1938 M block of four, marginal from the top of the sheet with three unmounted, fine, SG.162a, Cat. £1100+, SH.92b, Ex Barton. £500 to 600 £520.00
459
 UM
 Block of four
1938-50 Definitives - 10s black & orange 2nd printing block of four, fresh UM, SG.162a. £600 to 800 £620.00
460
 UM
 Block of four
1944 Third printing 10s black & orange, very fresh UM block of four, SH.92c, SG.162a. £250 to 300 £250.00
461
Used on piece or front
1949 Printing 10s black & deep reddish-orange tied to piece by clear Fox Bay FB.1 c.d.s. of 'AU 19/50' fine & scarce usage, SH.92d, SG.162c. £200 to 250 £310.00
462
Used on piece or front
1944 Printing 10s black & deep reddish-orange tied to piece by Port Stanley '25 (?)/50' c.d.s, fine, SH.92d, SG.162c, Cat. £475. £250 to 300 £280.00
463
 UM
 Block of four
1937 First printing £1 black & dull violet, lower marginal UM block of four showing Bradbury Wilkinson imprint in margin, SH.93a, SG.163. £350 to 400 £410.00
464
 UM
 Block of four
1938 Second printing £1 black & reddish-violet in an UM imprint block of four, fine, SH.93b, SG.163 var. £600 to 700 £660.00
465
Used on piece or front
1944 Printing £1 grey-black & bluish-violet, left marginal example tied to piece by light Fox Bay FB.1 'AU 19/50' c.d.s, very scarce usage, SH.93c, SG.163 var, Cat. £325+ £150 to 200 £150.00
466
 UM
 Block of four
1938-50 Definitives - £1 grey-black & bluish-violet, 3rd printing Aug 1944 UM block of four from the foot of the sheet with Bradbury Wilkinson & Co. imprint, fine, SG.163 var, SH.93c. £250 to 300 £360.00
467
 UM
 Block of four
1949 Third printing £1 grey-black & bluish-violet, lower left corner marginal UM block of four, very fresh, SH.93c, SG.163 var. £250 to 300 £640.00
468
 UM
 Block of four
1949 Third printing £1 grey-black & bluish-violet, fresh UM block of four, light gum bend, SH.93c, SG.163 var. £200 to 250 N/S
469
 UM
 Block of four
1952 Definitive set in lower marginal Waterlow imprint UM blocks of four, SG.172/185. (56) £350 to 400 £330.00
470
 UM
 Block of four
1952 Definitive set in corner marginal UM blocks of four, the 10s & £1 vals being Plate blocks, SG.172/185. (56) Cat. £820++ £300 to 350 £300.00
471
 Used
 Block of four
1952 Definitive set in used blocks of four, superb Port Stanley c.d.s's, SG.172/185. (56) £150 to 170 £190.00
472
Used on piece or front
1952 Definitive 10s & £1 vals, each a block of four on a piece, cancelled by superb Port Stanley First Overseas Airmail 21.AP.52 Type 'C' with F over AL. £85 to 100 N/S
473
Used (on letter or envelope)
1937 Coronation set on South Georgia registered cover to UK, 1937 reg cover to USA, franked 1937 Coronation 1d & 2½d, each vertical pair tied Port Stanley c.d.s's with transit & receiver marks & U.S Customs cachet. (2) £45 to 55 N/S
474
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938-50 ½d to £1, the fourteen vals available on this last day, individually cancelled by 'P.S 3A DE/51' last day c.d.s. cancellations on envelope locally addressed to Les Hardy, includes 2/6d, 5s & £1, 1949 Thin Papers & 10s 2nd Printing (these alone Cat. £1000 + off cover) £400 to 500 £400.00
475
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938-49 selection of covers mainly locally addressed or unaddressed, many philatelic and all bearing 1938-50 issues incl. 1941 (July 24) to William Barlas on South Georgia bearing corner marginal 1d (with sheet no. 0038), 2d, 3d and showing violet 'NATURALISTS DEPARTMENT/FALKLAND ISLANDS' cachet, 1948 (Apr 9) with £1, 1948 (Oct 20) two covers to N. P Anson at Chartres with 2/6d & 5s respectively, 1949 (Jan 27) bearing 2/6d, some first day cancels etc. (41) £650 to 800 £600.00
476
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938-50 covers, 1938 (Aug 10th), 1937 first printing ½d to £1, corner marginal examples of the twelve vals, each with sheet number above 2½d & 2/6d in side margin, tied by Port Stanley c.d.s to individual 'Sibbering' covers addressed to the Isle of Wight. Attractive. £700 to 800 N/S
477
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (Jan 3rd) Size H Formula registered envelope franked 1s, tied P.S double ring c.d.s (large crosses) PS2A, pre-dating the earliest known use for this envelope by one week, sent from Maude Carey. (1) £150 to 170 £200.00
478
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (Jan 3rd) Les Hardy illustrated registered first day cover for ½d, 1d Swan & 2½d Sheep, locally addressed, roughly opened at right, 1938 Feb 9th two registered 'Wilson' covers franked ½d to 1s set of first colours (8), tied P.S double ring c.d.s's - large crosses. (3) £45 to 55 £45.00
479
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (Jan 3rd) Selfridges philatelic cover to London bearing first printing £1, tied by neat first day Port Stanley c.d.s. £80 to 100 £86.00
480
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (Jan 3rd) three registered first day covers of vals from ½d to 1s, all bear P.S double ring c.d.s's (large crosses) PS 2A. (3) £65 to 75 £70.00
481
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (Jan 3rd) registered first day cover for the 9d & 1s values, tied P.S double ring c.d.s. (large crosses) PS 2A. £35 to 45 £35.00
482
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (Jan 3rd) registered first day cover for 2/6d, 5s & 10s vals, tied P.S double ring c.d.s's (large crosses) PS 2A. £100 to 120 £135.00
483
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (Jan 3rd) 1s, 2/6d, 5s, 10s & £1 on a separate first day cover with P.S double ring c.d.s. (large crosses) PS 2A, all are superb quality. (5) £300 to 350 £420.00
484
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (Jan 3, Jan 15 & Mar 30), three first day covers addressed to North Arm (East Falkland) or Stanley, each bearing 1937 printing ½d to £1 set of twelve, tied by individual Port Stanley PS 1A Fox Bay FB 1 or South Georgia SG 2 c.d.s's, vertical fold clear of adhesives, the last with slight toning. (3 covers) £700 to 800 N/S
485
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (Apr 24th) cover to the USA franked 1d Swan instead of the correct 2½d rate, U.S 3c (2) postage dues added in addition to 'T' & 6 Cents to collect h/stamps, also New York undated transit mark all on the obverse. (1) £70 to 85 £140.00
486
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 two covers from Estate Louis Williams - Port Stanley each franked 2½d Sheep, tied P.S double ring c.d.s. (large crosses) addressed to Mayenne, France with receiving c.d.s. and the other to Louisville, Kentucky, a third cover to London franked ½d pair, tied P.S double ring c.d.s. (large crosses). £60 to 70 N/S
487
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (Apr 26th) Red Formula registered cover, franked ½d, 1d, 2d & 2½d (½d over payment), tied by P.S double ring c.d.s's (large crosses) addressed to Staten Island, New York, reverse bears Staten Island & NY receiving d/stamps. £80 to 100 £160.00
488
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (Apr 26th) Red Formula registered cover, franked 2d, 2½d & 4d, tied P.S double ring c.d.s. (large crosses) addressed to Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA with New York transit & Elizabeth receiving d/stamps on reverse. (1) £90 to 110 £195.00
489
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (Apr 23rd) Formula registered envelope Size H to California overfranked bearing 2d, 6d, 9d, 1s & 2/6d values, tied P.S double ring c.d.s's (large crosses), back stamped two different San Francisco registered double ring d/stamps. £100 to 120 £185.00
490
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 four covers from March 8th registered to Willington Quay, Northumberland, franked 1d Swan & 4d tied P.S double ring c.d.s's (large crosses), Willington Quay receiving c.d.s's on reverse, March 11th registered to Manchester, franked 4d tied P.S double ring c.d.s. (large crosses), March 26th Formula registered envelope to London, franked ½d, 1d, 2d 2½d, tied P.S double ring c.d.s.'s (large crosses), March 30th Formula registered envelope to London, franked ½d to 1s (original Colours set), tied P.S double ring c.d.s's - large crosses. (4) £70 to 85 £86.00
491
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (March 29th) Formula registered envelope to Ontario, Canada, franked 4d Goose, tied P.S double ring c.d.s. (large crosses), obverse bears Toronto transit May 14 c.d.s. & Parry Sound receiving c.d.s. for May 19th. £90 to 120 £145.00
492
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 KGVI One Penny postal stationery envelope addressed to Manchester, England, cancelled with P.S double ring c.d.s. (large cross) July 14th the first day of issue, SH E4. (1) £100 to 120 N/S
493
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 registered envelope Size G (Stanley Type 9 reg label), franked ½d, 1d, 2d & 2½d, tied P.S 1 Sept 38, Type A. £60 to 75 £160.00
494
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 Red Formula envelope to Shanklin I.O.W bearing 2½d Sheep, tied by P.S 2A double ring c.d.s. for 10th Oct, obverse also bears a Shanklin indistinct arrival c.d.s. - Perkins F3(b) £100 to 120 £100.00
495
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (Dec 12th) commercial envelope registered to London, franked by 4d Goose, cancelled fine PS.2A, carried on the 'Lafonia.' £60 to 80 £100.00
496
Used (on letter or envelope)
1939 (Oct 4th) registered cover to Zurich, Switzerland, franked ½d, 1d, 2d, 2½d & 4d, tied by P.S double ring c.d.s's (large crosses) P.S 2A, bears censor label 6764 (only two of these known from the Falkland Islands), reverse bears Zurich receiving c.d.s. for 12th Oct. (1) £200 to 230 N/S
497
Used (on letter or envelope)
1939 (Sept 12th) 1d Swan on a cover to London, tied P.S double ring c.d.s. (large crosses), 1939 Oct 4th - two registered covers to Switzerland, franked on each ½d, 1d, 2s, 2½d & 4d adhesives, tied P.S double ring c.d.s's (large crosses), both bear Wohlen receiving c.d.s. (3) £40 to 50 £40.00
498
Used (on letter or envelope)
1939 (Sept 6th) registered cover to Ilford, England, franked 4d Goose, tied P.S double ring c.d.s. (large crosses), no back stamp but censor label present on reverse showing broken 'n' variety in censor - only 4 recorded. (1) £200 to 250 £200.00
499
Used (on letter or envelope)
1939 (Aug) envelope to Virginia, USA & redirected to Westport, Connecticut, franked 2½d Sheep, tied by P.S double ring c.d.s. showing an inverted '2' being inserted in the year d/stamp instead of '3,' obverse bears a Newport duplex type transit mark. Unusual. £45 to 60 £66.00
500
Used (on letter or envelope)
1939 covers (3) from P.S, first to Sunderland, franked ½d & 1d, second to Mrs Maude Carey who was on leave in Europe addressed to Westminster then redirected to Hove, franked 1d Swan, third to New York, franked ½d, 1d (2) & 2d, another 1d value on reverse, bears two different New York marks. (3) £45 to 55 £45.00
501
Used (on letter or envelope)
1939 (Apr 24th) Formula registered envelope Size H in red, franked 6d Discovery, tied P.S double ring c.d.s. (large crosses) to Philadelphia, USA, Philadelphia receiving back stamp (6d an overpayment of ½d for the 2½d foreign postage rate & 3d registration). £90 to 120 £155.00
502
Used (on letter or envelope)
BRITISH FORCES IN THE FALKLAND ISLANDS 1939-45 collection of photographs & ephemera neatly presented & written up on leaves comprising a range of 28 photographs from a soldier in the Royal Artillery posted to the F.I & South Georgia incl. Guns & Personnel. The Governor taking the Salute, On Parade in Stanley, Shipping in need of repair, Army barracks, S.S Fitzroy, 1942 Jan Stanley - programme for R. A Concert Party, Christmas 1942 programme for a Grand Concert, 1943 programme for a Variety Show in aid of the Red Cross, WWII Active Service Privilege envelope sent from Pte Robinson, 11th Bttn, The West Yorkshire Rgt to his wife in Yorkshire (with contents), photo of West Yorkshire on parade in P.S, 1943 Apr 14th cover endorsed 'On Active Service' signed H. M. Mackay with 3 page enclosure, sent post free with Crown/Passed by Censor 4428 h/stamp, Active Service cover of Feb 1946 sent to the Isle of Wight etc. Interesting assembly. £650 to 750 N/S
503
Used (on letter or envelope)
1940's cover franked 1d Memorial, tied P.S double ring c.d.s (large crosses) addressed to British Columbia, Canada, sealed by Canadian censor label C11 amended to DBZ11, reverse bears indistinct Montevideo transit. (1) £55 to 65 £54.00
504
Used (on letter or envelope)
1940 (Apr 11th) censored cover to Argentina, franked 2½d Sheep, tied P.S double ring c.d.s (large crosses), sealed 'Opened by Censor' label, reverse bears Almagro arrival mark for 17th April. (1) £100 to 120 £210.00
505
Used (on letter or envelope)
1940 (May 10th) censored cover to Louisiana, USA, franked 2½d Sheep, corner marginal with sheet number, tied Fox Bay double ring c.d.s, sealed by UK PC 90 5101 censor label. £200 to 230 £230.00
506
Used (on letter or envelope)
1940 cover to New York, franked ½d + 2d Monument, tied by indistinct P.S double ring c.d.s's, cover is sealed by Type 'a' censor type. (1) £100 to 120 £140.00
507
Used (on letter or envelope)
1940 (May 27th) cover to Lee on Solent & redirected to London, franked 1d Swan, tied P.S. double ring c.d.s, sent from A. W. Cardinall (Governor of the Falkland Islands) and signed by him on reverse indicating further censorship along with Fareham, Hants transit. (1) £45 to 55 £46.00
508
Used (on letter or envelope)
1940 (June 6th) cover to Rhode Island, USA, franked 2½d Sheep, tied P.S double ring c.d.s, originally sealed with tape on the left & then secured by a fine strike of the P.O Crown h/stamp, this was first introduced in 1906 and its primary use was for sending mail bags. Unusual late use. (1) £100 to 120 N/S
509
Used (on letter or envelope)
1940 (July 27th) cover from Mrs Felton to Iowa, USA, franked ½d + 2d Monument, tied P.S double ring c.d.s, resealed by P.C 90 label EXAMINER 4743. It would have been carried to Montevideo by S.S Fitzroy which sailed from Stanley on 26th. £150 to 175 £190.00
510
Used (on letter or envelope)
1940 (21st Oct) cover to Missouri, USA, franked ½d pair & 1d Swan pair, tied P.S double ring c.d.s's, incorrectly rated & 10c US postage due added, resealed by P.C 90 label EXAMINER 4933. £200 to 250 £280.00
511
Used (on letter or envelope)
Circa 1950 registered cover to the Ambassador of Uruguay, sent from and with the Official h/stamp of the Vice Consul of Uruguay, Port Stanley, franked 1d & 3d Victory, 1d Monument, 2d Swan, 2½d Sheep & 3d Sheep, tied P.S single ring c.d.s, obverse also bears s/line REGISTERED h/stamp x2. £45 to 55 £45.00
512
Used (on letter or envelope)
1940-42 six covers, first franked 1d Swan to Glasgow tied P.S c.d.s, second 1d Memorial to Bath tied P.S c.d.s, third 1d Memorial to London tied P.S c.d.s, fourth 3d Sheep to Augusta, Georgia, unclear c.d.s, fifth 1s to Birmingham, England, tied P.S c.d.s, sixth 1942 Dec 11th registered cover to Kent, England, franked 4d Goose, tied P.S c.d.s, reverse bears Margate registered oval d/stamp for 31st March in purple. (6) £100 to 120 N/S
513
Used (on letter or envelope)
1941 (March 4th) postcard of Gentoo Penguin, franked ½d (2), tied P.S double ring c.d.s (large crosses) addressed to New York, bears octagonal censor 'Crown/Passed/T194.' £100 to 120 £230.00
514
Used (on letter or envelope)
1941 (June 13th) 1d Swan on a cover to Manchester, tied P.S double ring c.d.s, 1941 Sep 14th cover to Richmond, Virginia, franked ½d, 1d Swan, 2d Monument, tied P.S double ring c.d.s's, reverse bears Montevideo transit mark (not censored), 1941 Oct 3d Sheep, tied by P.S double ring c.d.s to O.H.M.S cover to Washington D.C, reverse Montevideo transit mark, also oval 'Agricultural Department' h/stamp in purple with Falklands Islands in manuscript. (3) £80 to 100 £74.00
515
Used (on letter or envelope)
1941 (July 14th) cover to Ewell, Surrey franked 1d Monument, 2d Swan & 3d Sheep, tied P.S c.d.s. on the first day of issue, Madge Biggs, with two boxed 'UNDELIVERED FOR REASONS STATED' & further different 'Return to Sender' m/s 'Gone Away.' £35 to 50 £36.00
516
Used (on letter or envelope)
1941 (July 14th) reg first day cover to Kelper Store, franked 1d Memorial & 3d Sheep, tied P.S C/14 JY/41 double ring c.d.s, s/line 'REGISTERED' in purple, with Stanley F12 label, 1941 reg cover to USA, franked 1d Memorial, 2d Swan & 3d Sheep, tied P.S C/9 DEC/41 double ring c.d.s. with Stanley F12 label, reverse bears transit & arrival marks of Montevideo, New York, Crafton & Pittsburgh. (2) £40 to 50 N/S
517
Used (on letter or envelope)
1941 (July 29th) Formula reg envelope Size H addressed from A. W. Cardinall (the Governor) to his brother in Southampton, franked 6d black & brown & 1d, tied P.S double ring c.d.s's, obverse also bears two examples of red wax Governors seals. £175 to 200 £270.00
518
Used (on letter or envelope)
1941 (Oct 18th) censored cover to St. Louis, USA, franked ½d, 2½d Sheep, tied by P.S double ring c.d.s, reverse bears Montevideo slogan transit cancel, envelope is resealed with P.C 90 OPENED BY EXAMINER 7279 censor label. (1) £100 to 120 £105.00
519
Used (on letter or envelope)
1941 (Sept) reg cover to New York, franked 4d, tied P.S double ring c.d.s. (under franked) but not taxed 'Opened by Censor' seal applied at Port Stanley, reverse bears Montevideo transit c.d.s & four New York arrival marks. (1) £170 to 200 £185.00
520
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 cover to Bermuda, franked 1d Memorial, tied P.S double ring c.d.s & endorsed alongside 'STAMP OFF WHEN RECEIVED' although 1d was sufficient, cover resealed with censor label Opened by Censor Type 'a' reverse bears Montevideo transit mark. Unusual. (1) £120 to 140 N/S
521
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (Jan 13th) 1d Swan, tied by P.S double ring c.d.s to Lellman PPC of the Brig 'Hebe' arriving at Port Louis, Falklands with Governor Moody & party of settlers 13th Jan 1842. Only 24 recorded. £70 to 85 £76.00
522
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (Jan 10th) 1d Memorial, tied by P.S double ring c.d.s to cover from Terence Binnie to New Zealand, carried to Montevideo by the Fitzroy with transit mark on reverse, with unrecorded censor label 'EXAMIND BY 1712.' £100 to 120 £100.00
523
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (Jan 13th) PPC of the Brig 'Hebe' to USA, produced by Lellman (Heyburn AZ1-ax) this commemorated the Centenary of the Arrival of the First Civil Governor on 13th Jan 1842, this card franked 3d Sheep & cancelled P.S double ring c.d.s 100 years later, reverse bears censor h/stamp EXAMINED BY/5347. (1) £100 to 120 £100.00
524
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (Feb 4th) 1d Memorial & 2d Swan, tied by P.S double ring c.d.s's to cover to Ohio, USA, sent from Mrs Betts, Pebble Island, West Falkland, back stamped South Euclid receiver, cover resealed with censor label EXAMINED BY/5980. £100 to 120 £180.00
525
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (Feb 5th) Formula reg envelope addressed to London, Ontario, Canada, franked 1d Memorial (2), 2d Swan & 3d Sheep (pair), tied P.S double ring c.d.s's, obverse bears violet London, Ontario 'Duty Free' h/stamp tying a red customs label, enclosure from P.S Post Office stating 'I regret there is no airmail service from the Falkland Islands,' reverse bears Montevideo transit & Ottawa transit marks with London March 21st receiver, cover is resealed with censor label EXAMINED BY/CENSOR/DB/C.80. £250 to 300 £250.00
526
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (Feb 6th) cover to Iowa, USA, franked 2½d Sheep, tied P.S double ring c.d.s, as a 1oz letter should have been charged 3d, a US 'Due 2 Cents' plus 'T' added, reverse Montevideo transit, envelope resealed with censor tape EXAMIND BY/5586. £150 to 175 £310.00
527
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (March) cover to Connecticut, USA, franked 1d Swan & 2d, tied P.S c.d.s, cover resealed with censor label EXAMINED BY/5619 & m/s 5254 (2 censor numbers), reverse bears Montevideo transit. (1) £120 to 135 £120.00
528
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (March 28th) registered cover to Berne, Switzerland, franked 1d Monument, 2d Swan, 3d Sheep, tied P.S double ring c.d.s's (large crosses), resealed with censor label P.C 90 OPENED BY/EXAMINER 702' reverse Berne receiver for April 10th. (1) £120 to 135 £120.00
529
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (July 29th) censored registered cover to California, USA, franked 1d Swan, 2½d Sheep & 4d Goose, tied P.S double ring c.d.s's (large crosses), reverse bears multiple transit/receiver marks, envelope resealed with censor label EXAMINED BY/639, cover has some soiling. £80 to 100 £80.00
530
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (Aug 14th) unrecorded Lellman PPC of the Ship Desire (John Davies whilst in command of their vessel, discovered the Falkland Islands), card is franked 1d Memorial, tied P.S double ring c.d.s. £70 to 85 £78.00
531
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (Sept 9th) censored cover to Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland, franked 1d Memorial, tied P.S double ring c.d.s, cover resealed with wide spaced 'Opened by Censor' label & P.C 90 OPENED BY/EXAMINER 5578' label, tied by Irish 'Released by Censor' boxed cancel in green. Scarce. (1) £250 to 280 N/S
532
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 EVACUEE MAIL stampless envelope endorsed 'EVACUEE' and addressed to Mrs A. Earle at the Ship Hotel, Stanley with fine Port Stanley arrival double ring c.d.s. for 8.SE.42. There are eight known examples of this concessionary arrangement extended to women and children evacuated from Stanley as a precautionary measure. (Ref. EV6 - M. Roberts Monograph) Rare. £1400 to 1600 £2300.00
533
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (Sept 10th) envelope registered to Major Nabarro in London, bearing ½d & 10s (1st printing), cancelled by fine P.S 2A c.d.s's and with type 12 reg label. Very fine. £100 to 120 £100.00
534
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (Sept 10th) envelope registered to Major Nabarro in London bearing 2½d & 5s (indigo & pale yellow-brown), cancelled by fine P.S 2A c.d.s's with Type 12 label, very fine. £100 to 120 £120.00
535
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (Sept 26th) postcards to the Postmaster at P.S, franked by GB 2d, 5d & 1s defins, all tied by Rotherham machine cancel & sent 'Via North Atlantic' this being one of five similar despatched on this flight but only the second recorded, faint Port Stanley arrival c.d.s of Oct 16th on reverse. Scarce first Official flight cover to the Falklands. £150 to 180 £220.00
536
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (Oct 2nd) registered cover to Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, franked ½d & 1d Whale & Penguin plus KGVI ½d, 1d Swan & 2d Monument, tied P.S double ring c.d.s's, cover resealed with censor label No. 9832, back stamps of New York transit, Cincinnati arrival d/stamp. £70 to 85 £70.00
537
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (Nov 2nd) cover from Port Stanley to Darwin Harbour, obverse bears fine P.S double ring c.d.s, no postage charged or postage due, Official mail, delivered free? £140 to 160 £130.00
538
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (Nov 2nd) cover to Branford, USA, franked 3d Sheep, tied P.S double ring c.d.s, cover resealed with censor tape Type 'a' without number. £120 to 135 N/S
539
Used (on letter or envelope)
1942 (Dec) cover to Berkeley, California, USA, franked 3d Sheep, tied P.S double ring c.d.s, cover resealed by US EXAMINED BY/5751 label, reverse bears Montevideo transit mark, cover roughly opened at right resulting in a closed tear. £80 to 100 N/S
540
Used (on letter or envelope)
1943 (Feb 16th) large O.H.M.S reg envelope, franked 6d Discovery (fault at upper left), tied P.S double ring c.d.s, addressed to Massachusetts, USA, bears circular P.O Crown mark SH.PSO.5, reverse Boston, Mass, registered double ring c.d.s & New York transits, envelope resealed with EXAMINED BY/5453 censor tape. £140 to 160 £130.00
541
Used (on letter or envelope)
1943 (July 6th) incoming reg cover addressed to the Police Cottage, Port Stanley from Brazil, franked 1er.20 Visit of President Penaranda of Bolivia adhesives (4), obverse bears four strikes of 'AL REMITENTE' in red (Return to Sender), Brazil censor label sealed on reverse should read 'ABERTA PELA CENSURA' plus two boxed Brazilian censor marks. (1) £100 to 120 £100.00
542
Used (on letter or envelope)
1943 (July 19th) Lellman PPC depicting the SS Great Britain the 'first screw-propelled iron steamship to cross the Atlantic & make the journey to the Falkland Islands,' franked 1d Memorial, tied fine P.S c.d.s. £70 to 85 £155.00
543
Used (on letter or envelope)
1943 (July 24th) registered PPC of New York franked 2d Swan & 5s first printing, tied fine P.S double ring c.d.s, obverse bears Montevideo transit, reverse with three New York oval d/stamps, registration unusual on postcards. £100 to 120 £100.00
544
Used (on letter or envelope)
1943 (Oct) registered philatelic cover to New York, franked 6d Discovery, 9d & 1s, tied P.S double ring c.d.s's, resealed with censor tape EXAMINED BY 9818, reverse bears Montevideo transit & New York arrival marks. (1) £40 to 60 £40.00
545
Used (on letter or envelope)
1943 (Oct 8th) registered cover to Peckham, franked 2d Monument, 2½d Sheep, 3d Sheep,4d, 6d Discovery, tied P.S double ring c.d.s's, Ex Estate Louis Williams, obverse bears REGISTERED h/stamp & Type 10 reg P.S labels. £40 to 50 N/S
546
Used (on letter or envelope)
1943 (Nov 4th) Formula registered envelope to Queensland, franked ½d, 1d Monument, 2½d & 3d Sheep, tied P.S double ring c.d.s's resealed with 'OPENED BY CENSOR' tape, tied by violet diamond Censor/92 h/stamp, reverse bears Montevideo transit & Brisbane arrival marks. (1) £100 to 120 £185.00
547
Used (on letter or envelope)
1943 (Nov 18th) cover from Karl Lellman to Lagos then redirected to Cairo, Egypt and then Khartoum, franked 3d Sheep, tied P.S double ring c.d.s, cover resealed with P.C 90 OPENED BY/EXAMINER 5080 label, reverse bears Montevideo transit mark. (1) £100 to 120 £110.00
548
Used (on letter or envelope)
1943-46 range of 15 covers (7 registered) to various destinations - England, Wales, Uruguay, USA, Canada, Palestine, also local with frankings incl. 1d, 2½d + 4d, 9d, 1s, 1/3d etc. £300 to 350 £330.00
549
Used (on letter or envelope)
1940 (Sept 12th) letter from Maude Carey to Dr. Nabarro in London, contents incl. 'The air force is splendid & shows the metal those lads are made of today. We had several of our men in the Dunkirk affair, I simply wept when we heard the news, In the Falklands we are indeed lucky a whole year at war and are not rationed in anything, even petrol & bacon are in abundance,' the letter also mentions the Falklands increased postage rate etc. The envelope is franked 1d Swan & tied by P.S double ring c.d.s. SPZA. Interesting item. £80 to 100 £115.00
550
Used (on letter or envelope)
1939 (Dec 7th) letter from Maude Carey to Dr. Nabarro in London giving an account of her visit to Europe and life on board the ship returning to the Falklands, 'well we had just been a week on the voyage when war was proclaimed. we were on the 'Highland Chieftain' and had to run for it. We were not armed and the submarines were about.' The envelope is franked 1d Swan, tied P.S double ring c.d.s. received in London Jan 17th 1940 (according to a hand written note by Dr. Nabarro on the front of the envelope). Interesting item. £80 to 100 £150.00
551
Used (on letter or envelope)
WWII postcard depicting a 'Tommy' Snowman & Penguin produced by Richard Hatfield and addressed from the 'Falkland Islands Force' to Mr & Mrs Currie & signed George Thurman, no postal markings. Scarce. £100 to 120 £90.00
552
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Jan 15th) cover from Port Stanley to New York, franked 1d Swan & 4d (3), tied P.s double ring c.d.s's, resealed at top by censor label Type 'a.' (1) £40 to 55 £40.00
553
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Jan 27th) card (no message) sent to New York, franked 1d Swan (3), tied P.S double ring c.d.s (foreign rate from 1.9.44), obverse bears US censorship h/stamp, reverse Montevideo transit. (1) £50 to 60 £50.00
554
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Feb 19th) cover to Pennsylvania, franked 1d Monument (2), tied P.S double ring c.d.s, obverse bears postage due small 'T' mark plus New York circular Due 4 Cents, reverse bears indistinct Montevideo transit, US censor tape resealing left side EXAMINED BY/2008. £90 to 120 £210.00
555
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (March) cover to New York, franked 3d Sheep, tied P.S double ring c.d.s, resealed at left by Type 'a' censor label applied at P.S, right side US censor tape EXAMINED BY/6859, reverse Montevideo transit. (1) £100 to 120 £100.00
556
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (March 31st) Formula registered envelope to Saskatchewan, Canada, franked ½d, 1d Monument, 2d Swan, 2½d Sheep, tied P.S double ring c.d.s, obverse also bears Canadian R.P.O's dated June 27th & 29th, reverse Lloydminster, Saskatchewan receiver for June 30th. (1) £100 to 120 £200.00
557
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (May 2nd) cover to New York, franked 1d Memorial block of four, post fire cancelled P.S 1 double ring c.d.s. (block of four represents 1d over payment for a 1oz letter) resealed with Type 'a' censor label without censor number. (1) £90 to 110 £90.00
558
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (July 21st) registered cover to London franked 4d, tied P.S double ring c.d.s, left side bears two 'Crown/Registered' h/stamps with m/s number 308. £90 to 110 £310.00
559
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (July 24th) registered cover to South Africa, franked 3d Sheep, 4d & 6d Discovery, tied P.S double ring c.d.s's, Crown Registered h/stamp, right side resealed with 'CROWN/OPENED BY/EXAMINER/7117' censor tape. (1) £50 to 60 £50.00
560
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (July 24th) registered O.H.M.S cover to Los Angeles, USA, franked ½d & 3d Sheep (2), tied P.S double ring c.d.s's, Crown Registered mark & left side resealed with EXAMINED BY/20014 censor tape with additional Examiner's number '20020' added in m/s, several back stamps incl. Montevideo & New York transit & Los Angeles receiver c.d.s. (1) £50 to 60 N/S
561
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Aug 13th) cover to Montevideo, franked 3d Sheep, tied P.S double ring c.d.s, resealed at top with Type 'b' censor label, reverse Montevideo receiver. (1) £140 to 160 £180.00
562
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Aug 14th) INCOMING MAIL FROM NIGERIA, franked 3d KGVI defin, tied by Lagos c.d.s. addressed to Karl Lellman, obverse bears half censored circle h/stamp, reverse bears Falkland Islands indistinct c.d.s. receiver. £90 to 110 £82.00
563
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Aug 18th) envelope registered (Fox Bay deleted), from Port Stanley by airmail to Argentina, bearing George VI ½d to 4d (8 vals) neatly cancelled & bearing red 'AIR MAIL' label at lower left, Montevideo 'SERVICO AEREO' c.d.s (28.8) & '108' postman's walk number on reverse. £80 to 100 N/S
564
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Aug 19th) US patriotic envelope to Hoopeston, USA, showing the Liberty Bell franked with the two different designs of 1d & 2d adhesives, tied P.S double ring c.d.s's, Fox Bay deleted reg label Type II, Port Stanley censor label 'Opened by Censor' Type 'b' with additional US censor tape applied on top EXAMINED BY/20003, back stamps Montevideo & New York transits & Hoopeston arrival. (1) £80 to 100 £76.00
565
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Aug 18) registered cover to Bermuda, carried on the first air mail acceptance from the Falkland Islands (actually flown from Montevideo) franked by 1938-50 ½d, 2½d, 6d, 9d, 1s - all cancelled at Port Stanley with red on white 'AIR MAIL' label and scarce 'R/Falkland Islands/(Fox Bay)' registration label with 'Fox Bay' crossed out (this provisional use at Port Stanley recorded 1944-45), the reverse with scarce white 'Opened by Censor' label (Heijtz Type b, tied by Hamilton arrival c.d.s (Sep 25), unusual with the scarce censor seal & provisional registration label. £250 to 350 £360.00
566
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Aug 21st) cover to England, franked 6d Discovery & 1s (3) paying the new correct 3/6d airmail rate to the UK, adhesives tied P.S double ring c.d.s's sent by Karl Lellman, Darwin, inscribed By first AIRMAIL label, due to the delay in arriving at Port Stanley it arrived three days after the official first flight date (18th Aug). £150 to 170 N/S
567
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 first airmail cover franked 4d, tied P.S c.d.s for April 18th to Buenos Aires, red on white 'AIR MAIL' label (first day), back stamped Montevideo Ago.25.1944 correct 3d + 1d for local airmail to Buenos Aires. (1) £50 to 60 £72.00
568
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Aug 18th) cover inscribed 'First Air Mail Post from The Falkland Islands' registered (label - Fox Bay deleted Type II) & sent to Buenos Aires, franked ½d, 1d Monument, 1d Swan, 2d Monument, 2½d Sheep (correct rate), tied P.S. double ring c.d.s's, sent by sea to Montevideo (back stamp), from there sent by air with AIR MAIL label attached. £100 to 120 N/S
569
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Aug 18th) 'Souvenir from the Falkland Islands' printed envelope with Estate Louis Williams h/stamp on flap, sent airmail to London bearing 1938-50 3d, 4d, 2/6d and 5s (crossed at left by blue crayon) and with special red on white 'AIR MAIL' and Type II registration ('Fox Bay' deleted) labels, AUG 28 arrival marking on reverse. £200 to 250 N/S
570
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Aug 18th) first day registered airmail cover to Buenos Aires (reg label - Fox Bay deleted Type II), franked 1d Monument & 6d Discovery (correct rate) carried by ship to Montevideo then by air with AIR MAIL label, back stamped with postman's walk number. £100 to 120 £140.00
571
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 cover addressed to the Red Cross in Geneva, franked 3d Sheep, tied P.S double ring c.d.s, at base Type 'b' censor label applied in Port Stanley 'Opened by Censor,' additional censor label at left side 'CROWN/OPENED BY/EXAMINER/759.' (1) £200 to 230 £620.00
572
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Nov 6th) envelope to Darwin showing a good strike of the 'BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY/FALKLAND/ISLANDS/BRANCH' oval h/stamp in red S.H Type II and 1969 (2) and 1972 envelopes showing similar hand stamps. £300 to 350 £760.00
573
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Dec 18th) cover to Pittsfield, USA, franked 1d Monument & 2d Swan, tied by the new c.d.s that month PS 3A, resealed at left by Crown/OPENED BY/EXAMINER/7817 censor label. (1) £70 to 85 £70.00
574
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Dec 18th) cover sent by W. D. Betts, Pebble Island, West Falklands to Pittsfield, USA, franked 3d Sheep, tied by the new c.d.s that month PS 3A, resealed at left by Crown/OPENED BY/EXAMINER/9582 Censor/P.C 90 censor tape. £70 to 85 £66.00
575
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 (Feb 2nd) KGVI One Penny stationery envelope with 1d Swan added, tied by P.S single ring c.d.s, Ex Estate Louis Williams endorsed 'via Montevideo.' (1) £60 to 70 £62.00
576
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 (Feb 21st), 1938 Second printing 2/6d, 5s, 10s & £1, each cancelled by PS 3B c.d.s on four matching covers locally addressed. £180 to 220 £180.00
577
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 cover to Longmeadow, Massachusetts, USA with 4d Upland Goose, clear P.S c.d.s. 24.Feb.45, 1949 registered airmail cover to Manchester (Les Hardy printed air letter envelope), franked 1/3d Vulture & 3d Sheep paying correct reg airmail rate of 1/6d, 1949 P.S c.d.s. £35 to 45 N/S
578
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 (March 29th) O.H.M.S registered cover to Evanston, USA, franked 6d Discovery, tied P.S single ring c.d.s. with Fox Bay deleted Type registration label, New York transit marks & Evanston arrival mark, US censor tape unusually across the middle EXAMINED BY/8225. (1) £55 to 70 £52.00
579
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 (June 18th) cover to Oregon, USA, franked 1d Memorial (3), tied P.S c.d.s Montevideo transit on reverse, cover resealed at Port Stanley with 'Opened by Censor' label Type 'b' (1) £100 to 120 £195.00
580
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 (Oct 15th) cover to Karl Lellman in Darwin, cancelled Port Stanley Oct 15th 45 c.d.s. and bearing cancel Falkland Islands/OFFICIAL/PAID mark in black. £60 to 70 N/S
581
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 (Oct 24th) cover to Norway, franked 1d Monument, tied P.S c.d.s. Type PS 3B, should have been franked 3d, bears m/s 'T' applied in Stanley as Type I 'T' stamp not replaced until 1951, reverse bears Tonsberg 5.12.45 receiver. (1) £90 to 120 £90.00
582
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 (Nov 15th) set of twelve KGVI defins ½d to £1 (5s being from second printing), tied to a cover by superb P.S c.d.s's. Philatelic but still very attractive. £130 to 160 £130.00
583
Used (on letter or envelope)
1946 (Feb 11th) One Penny postal stationery envelope with 2d Swan added to Chile, tied P.S c.d.s.'s, reverse bears Punta Arenas receiver c.d.s. for March 16th. (1) £160 to 180 £150.00
584
Used on piece or front
1946 (March 11th) 'Marshall' cover front registered P.S franked 2/6d 1938 second printing & 5s 1937 first printing, each tied by superb individual c.d.s's with reg label & Type B AIRMAIL in blue below. £150 to 180 £150.00
585
Used (on letter or envelope)
1946 (July) cover posted on board Royal Mail Ship Highland Monarch, Royal Mail Liner sent from Howard Clements son, Jim, who was en route at Sao Paulo on July 25th & arrived in Kent on Sept 3rd, franked GB 2½d Victory - pen cancelled & bears two line cachet 'POSTED ON THE HIGH SEAS/Ex M/V HIGHLAND MONARCH,' envelope includes a telegram from P.S on arrival Aug 16th. £100 to 120 £100.00
586
Used (on letter or envelope)
1946 (July 16th) O.H.M.S cover (crest on reverse) franked 2/6d, 5s, 10s marginal & £1 marginal (5s second printing indigo & yellow-brown), tied P.S c.d.s's, BPA Cert. 1973. £140 to 165 £140.00
587
Used (on letter or envelope)
1947 (Feb 6th) commercial cover to Bermuda, franked 1d Monument, tied P.S single ring c.d.s, 1950 (Jan 6th) cover to England, franked 6d black Discovery (2), tied P.S single ring c.d.s. (2) £45 to 55 £62.00
588
Used (on letter or envelope)
1947 (March 24th) registered cover to Jenkintown, USA, franked 3d Victory, 1/3d Vulture block of four, cancelled by P.S c.d.s, AIR MAIL label Type B in black, reverse bears New York transit & Jenkintown receiver for April 11th. £40 to 50 £52.00
589
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1947 (Apr 30th) registered cover to London, franked 1/3d pair tied P.S c.d.s paying 3d registration & 2/3d airmail rate. £70 to 85 N/S
590
Used (on letter or envelope)
1947 (Aug 1st) O.H.M.S cover to Newcastle upon Tyne, England, franked 5s indigo & pale yellow-brown (second printing) marginal example showing Bradbury Wilkinson imprint, cancelled P.S c.d.s, cover has central vertical crease. £90 to 120 £88.00
591
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1947 (Aug 24th) cover from Karl Lellman to California bearing KGVI 1938 1s cancelled Port Stanley, paying airmail rate Type B airmail label attached. £50 to 65 £74.00
592
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1947 (Oct 14th) O.H.M.S registered cover to Denver, USA, franked 2/6d (marginal), tied P.S c.d.s, Stanley reg label Type 9a, AIRMAIL label Type B in blue, Washington transit & Denver receiving c.d.s's, cover has central vertical crease. (1) £90 to 120 £145.00
593
Used (on letter or envelope)
1947-53 postal history collection written up on leaves with a good variation of frankings, destinations incl. Aden, England, New Zealand, Scotland, Switzerland, Wales & USA incl. O.H.M.S, registered etc. Clean & attractive lot. (30) £500 to 600 £620.00
594
Used (on letter or envelope)
1949 Printing 5s bright blue & bistre-brown, left marginal example tied by '10 MY/51' c.d.s to local registered cover self-addressed by Antarctic meteorologist J. H. Chaplin and with reg label Type 9, SG.161d, SH.91d. £300 to 350 £300.00
595
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1948 (Feb 27th) cover to Portsmouth, England, franked 1d Monument, 2d Swan, 3d Sheep, 9d & 1s, tied P.S c.d.s's, reverse bears boxed - Clerk to the Justices, City of Portsmouth h/stamp for March 18th. (1) £55 to 70 £55.00
596
Used (on letter or envelope)
1948 (Dec 20th) One Penny postal stationery envelope to Scotland with ½d & 1d Memorial added to make up 2½d Commonwealth rate, tied P.S c.d.s's. £135 to 160 £130.00
597
Used (on letter or envelope)
1949 (Nov 27th) 1944 Printing 5s dull deep blue & dark yellow-brown, used on registered cover to London with Type C AIRMAIL label in black, SH.91c, SG.161c. £200 to 230 £310.00
598
Used (on letter or envelope)
1950 (June 12th) registered cover to Elizabeth, New Jersey, USA, franked 5s indigo & yellow-brown second printing, tied by a superb P.S c.d.s, reverse bears Port Stanley c.d.s's, New York transit June 25th & Elizabeth receiver June 26th, BPA Cert. 1969. £90 to 120 £145.00
599
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1950 (Sept 30th) reg cover to Springfield, Oregon, USA, franked 5s indigo &pale yellow-brown, tied P.S c.d.s, reverse New York transit & Springfield receiving c.d.s's for 17th & 18th Oct, RPS Cert. 1996. (1) £100 to 120 £105.00
600
Used (on letter or envelope)
1951 (April) Formula reg envelope franked 6d Discovery, tied P.S c.d.s ??.AP.51 (with month line of c.d.s. inverted). £150 to 170 £220.00
601
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1951 (July 16th) airmail envelope to Maidstone, England, franked 1s deep blue, last printing, on thin paper, tied P.S c.d.s. £70 to 85 £150.00
602
Used (on letter or envelope)
1951 (Oct 5th) cover with contents from Karl Lellman to New York, franked 3d Sheep (deep shade?), tied P.S c.d.s, letter mentions 'that there is a new 1s shade, enclosed some cancels, when the bases were first opened they were supplied with rubber postmarks' etc. £45 to 55 N/S
603
Used (on letter or envelope)
1951 (Dec) registered cover to Buenos Aires, franked 2½d & 4d Goose, tied P.S c.d.s, making an overpayment of ½d for the 3d (foreign) postage & 3d registration, reverse bears Argentina 40c adhesive probably to pay the Poste Restante charge. (1) £150 to 170 £150.00
604
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1952 (Apr 23rd & 25th) two first flight registered covers to England by Aquila Airways, both multi franked with 1952 defins & tied by large Port Stanley First Overseas Airmail c.d.s's Type 'C with F over AL. £40 to 55 £56.00
605
Used (on letter or envelope)
1952 (Nov 19th) local cover addressed to Karl Lellman bearing Type II 'RED CROSS SOCIETY' oval h/stamp in red, obverse also bears Port Stanley c.d.s. (1) £200 to 230 £260.00
606
Used (on letter or envelope)
1952-59 range of seven covers with 1952 defin frankings from 1952 cover (British Club Chile) to England, franked ½d, 2½d, 3d & 6d, Port Stanley c.d.s, 1952 Apr 21st PORT STANLEY OVERSEAS AIRMAIL triple ring d/stamp cancelling a marginal pair of the 1/3d value reg to London, 1953 reg covers to Switzerland, franked 1d, 3d & 1s cancelled Port Stanley c.d.s's, 1954 Air Letter franked 6d, addressed to L. W. H. Young, F.I.C, London from Tom Gilruth, camp manager at Darwin, 1956 cover to West Germany from Dr. Schwugereit in P.S, franked ½d, 2½d & 9d, cancelled P.S c.d.s's, 1959 reg airmail cover to Plymouth franked 1/3d, tied P.S c.d.s. £90 to 120 £94.00
607
Used (on letter or envelope)
1952-82 O.H.M.S covers (5) either local use or to the UK with Port Stanley c.d.s's and OFFICIAL/PAID circular h/stamps Types for 1899 (1) & 1980 (4). £50 to 60 N/S
608
Used (on letter or envelope)
1952 Definitive set complete on two registered covers to New York, tied Port Stanley c.d.s's for 17th April 1952. Superb. (2) £40 to 50 £70.00
609
Used (on letter or envelope)
1956 (Aug 3rd) KGVI 2½d Map vertical pair on a privately printed reply card to Oregon, USA, tied by P.S c.d.s, the reply portion, still attached bears 1949 6d Discovery, tied by Brookings, Oreg. c.d.s for Oct 29th. (1) £85 to 110 N/S
610
Used (on letter or envelope)
1956 (June 27th) clean locally addressed (G. S. Middleton) privilege mail envelope, unstamped, showing British Red Cross Society Falkland Islands Branch cachet in red (Heijtz Type II) & fine P.S 3 c.d.s. £60 to 75 £60.00
611
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1954-70 six covers incl. 1957 Sept KGVI 4d registered envelope with additional £1 value added (SG.185), to Amsterdam, tied Port Stanley c.d.s's. 1929 Sept 21st double rate airmail cover to Canada stamps to the value of 5/10d, tied by Port Stanley c.d.s.'s, bears green customs label tied by Quebec P.O large circular h/stamp, 1960 underpaid cover to England bearing 'Insufficient Postage For/Carriage by Air' h/stamp etc. (6) £150 to 165 £160.00
612
 Used
Used (on letter or envelope)
Collection of the first overseas airmail written up on leaves with 1952 1s on cover to Reading with scarce P.S. AIR 1D cancel, four further covers at 1s rate & one registered at 1/3d, three Aquila Airways unused postcards, full ½d to £1 set on large registered Apr 23rd cover to England with white airmail etiquette, also 1952 1s to £1, each fine used with P.S.AIR.1 cancels. A fine group. (16 items) £130 to 150 £190.00
613
Used (on letter or envelope)
194? (March 1st) stampless envelope (reduced at right) addressed to Karl Lellman at Darwin with a superb strike of the violet 'FELLOWSHIP OF THE BELLOW/BLOW TO IT' cachet partly overstruck by Port Stanley Type P.S 2A c.d.s. and with additional strike of the cachet on reverse, rare - only five such covers are known to exist. The Fellowship of the Bellows was formed in Argentina in 1940, the aim being to collect funds for the purchase of aircraft for the R.A.F and to 'raise the wind.' The idea quickly spread to other countries incl. Falkland Islands, members undertaking to donate 1d for each enemy aircraft shot down. Correspondence relating to these fundraising efforts was permitted to be sent free of charge, the Rev. Gerry Lowe being the local administrator and holder of the h/stamp. £1000 to 1200 £2300.00
614
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 (March) Aerogramme Army Form W0377 with 'FALKLAND ISLANDS AND DEPENDENCIES' - small imprint, sent from Darwin, East Falkland to England, franked 6d Discovery & 1s adhesives, tied fine Port Stanley c.d.s's for 17th March, obverse bears Kenilworth, Warwickshire, receiving c.d.s. for 11th April. £400 to 450 £470.00
615
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 (Apr) Aerogramme Army Form W3077 with 'FALKLAND ISLANDS AND DEPENDENCIES' - small imprint sent from Darwin, East Falkland to England, franked 1938 9d, tied Port Stanley c.d.s. Scarce. £400 to 450 £400.00
616
Used (on letter or envelope)
1946 (Dec 11th) Aerogramme Army Form W3077 to England with FALKLAND ISLANDS AND DEPENDENCIES' - large imprint, franked 1/3d, tied fine Port Stanley c.d.s. £400 to 450 £400.00
617
Used (on letter or envelope)
1951 (Feb 23rd) Aerogramme Army Form W3077 without top inscription to Adelaide, Australia, franked 6d Discovery, tied Port Stanley c.d.s. £50 to 60 £76.00
618
Used (on letter or envelope)
TELEGRAM Cable & Wireless green forms (2) both to UK, dated PORT STANLEY 14th June & 18th July 1943, each bears double ring 'Empire Social Telegram Central Station' c.d.s, with triple oval purple PASSED BY/NO 54 or NO 18/CENSOR' both with short messages. Scarce war time items. £70 to 90 N/S
619
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Dec 9th) Operation Tabarin Graham Land envelope registered from Base A Port Lockroy to Canada during the second season of Operation Tabarin, bearing Graham Land overprint set of eight & showing scarce Type 11A ('NEW ISLAND' deleted) registration label (in use for five months only) with large blue Toronto Duty Free 'APR 10 1945' d/stamp, Port Stanley & Montevideo transits. £120 to 150 N/S
620
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Apr 3rd) Operation Tabarin South Georgia, three envelopes to Capt. Andrew Taylor c/o Madge Biggs at Port Stanley, two self-addressed and signed on flap, registered with label & bearing S.G Dependency 1d & 4d, third cover franked 2d to 1s, all tied S.G Dependency c.d.s's, all show s/line 'FIRST DAY COVER' h/stamp, the latter with Apr.8 P.S arrival on reverse. £125 to 150 N/S
621
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Dec 5th) censored envelope registered from Deception Island to Benoni, South Africa during the second season of Operation Tabarin, bearing South Shetlands overprint 1d, 3d, 6d & 9d and showing scarce Type 11A ('NEW ISLAND' erased) registration label (earliest recorded usage), in use for five months only, the cover resealed by Type P.C 90 censor label (Examiner 3954 Type L6/M) and back stamped Stanley & Montevideo (obscured) transits and June 4th arrival. £200 to 250 N/S
622
Used (on letter or envelope)
1946 Operation Tabarin Graham Land Optd set of eight, cancelled by South Orkneys Type C1 d/stamps, used with Falklands 1938-50 2/6d, 5s, 10s & £1 cancelled by individual P.S 3 d/stamps of July 16 on large plain envelope addressed to H. L Bound in Stanley, the high value stamps being valid for use in the Dependencies but cancelled on arrival in Stanley. £150 to 180 N/S
623
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (March 7th) Operation Tabarin Graham Land registered FDC franked 1d & 3d Dependency adhesives, tied by rubber c.d.s. in bluish-violet, sent to Capt. Andrew Taylor at South Shetlands after he had moved from Graham Land, back stamp Port Stanley c.d.s. £90 to 120 £130.00
624
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Feb 12th) Operation Tabarin Graham Land FDC from Port Lockroy Base A, franked Dependency set of eight, tied by rubber c.d.s. in bluish-violet. (1) £50 to 60 £50.00
625
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (March 23rd) Operation Tabarin Graham Land self-addressed cover from Capt. Roberts, F.I's Co's Colonial Manager when he accompanied Operation Tabarin's Royal Naval Party, cover franked pair of ½d Dependencies, tied by rubber c.d.s's in bluish-violet, Port Stanley back stamp for April 8th. (1) £70 to 85 £185.00
626
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Nov 11th) Operation Tabarin Graham Land cover to Canada, franked Dependency 2d, tied by rubber c.d.s. in bluish-violet, sent from Capt. Andrew Taylor with Naval tombstone censor mark, self-initialled (base leader was the censor) & endorsed on reverse flap, resealed with Crown censor tape at left, Port Stanley c.d.s. on reverse. £180 to 220 £490.00
627
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Dec) Operation Tabarin Graham Land Port Lockroy Base 'A' cover to England, franked Graham Land set of eight, tied five strikes of the A1 c.d.s's of Graham Land for 9th Dec. £50 to 65 N/S
628
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Feb 4th) Operation Tabarin Graham Land commercial envelope to New Zealand, franked 1d Dependency, tied rubber c.d.s. in violet, sent by N. F. Lather, wireless operator & mechanic, reverse P.S c.d.s. £200 to 250 £200.00
629
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 Operation Tabarin Graham Land, Naval Party 475 Port Lockroy inbound cover to Capt. Andrew Taylor from the Bank of Montreal, cancelled by London machine cancel in red, back stamped Graham Land c.d.ss for Dec 9th. £200 to 250 £440.00
630
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 F.I.D.S cover from Toronto, Canada, franked Canadian 4c, tied Toronto machine cancel for Nov.1.1945 to Capt. Taylor who was taking part in F.I D Survey Operation, cover was taken from P.S to Graham Land by the S.S Fitzroy, back stamps of Montevideo transit, P.S c.d.s. & Graham Land receiver c.d.s.'s. £135 to 150 £130.00
631
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 Operation Tabarin Graham Land incoming mail, Naval Party 475 Port Lockroy, cover from the USA, franked 5c tied by 'CHURCH STREET/ANNEX' slogan for Feb 5th 1945 arriving in Graham Land Jan 18th 1946 on the Fitzroy, back stamps of P.S May 14th 1945 & Graham Land Jan 18th. £50 to 60 N/S
632
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 Operation Tabarin Graham Land incoming mail, Naval Party 475 Port Lockroy registered cover of 20th April 1945 from Australia, censored in the USA, with Australian 3½d (4) tied William St, N.S.W c.d.s's, arrival in Graham Land on the Fitzroy on Jan.16.1946 with arrival c.d.s's (3), also with Sydney, Montevideo & New York transit marks, come cover faults. £50 to 60 £50.00
633
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 Operation Tabarin South Georgia ½d, 1d & 3d on a registered FDC to Port Stanley, tied South Georgia c.d.s's for April 3rd. £90 to 120 £90.00
634
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 Operation Tabarin South Georgia Optd set of eight together on a FDC to Port Stanley, tied South Georgia c.d.s's for April 3rd, reverse P.S receiving c.d.s. £90 to 120 N/S
635
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 Operation Tabarin South Georgia Optd set of eight on cover to Port Stanley, tied South Georgia c.d.s's of 18th Feb 1945 (Type SG 6). £50 to 60 £66.00
636
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 Operation Tabarin South Orkneys registered FDC address to Capt. Andrew Taylor, P.S & endorsed by himself on reverse, franked ½d (2), 1d & 2d, tied South Orkney c.d.s's for 21st Feb, reverse back stamped P.S double ring c.d.s. £90 to 120 N/S
637
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 Operation Tabarin South Orkneys cover to Port Stanley, franked Optd set of eight cancelled on board HMS William Scoresby - visiting (not landing), stamp tied South Orkney c.d.s's Type C2. (1) £50 to 60 N/S
638
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 Operation Tabarin South Orkneys Optd set of eight on cover to London, cancelled on board HMS William Scoresby off-shore, tied by South Orkneys c.d.s's of 12th Feb (Type C1). £55 to 65 N/S
639
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 Operation Tabarin South Orkneys registered cover to San Francisco, franked Optd set of eight, tied South Orkneys c.d.s's (Type C1), bears Fox Bay (deleted) registered label No 0175, resealed by EXAMINED BY/20003 censored label, multiple back stamps incl. Port Stanley, Montevideo, New York & San Francisco. (1) £50 to 60 £60.00
640
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 Operation Tabarin South Shetland cover from Capt. D. W. Roberts the Falkland Islands Co. manager on board RMS Fitzroy, posted as the newly established P.O Base 'B' Deception Island and taken back to Stanley by the Fitzroy which had been chartered to assist in the establishment of Tabarin Antarctic Bases, cover franked by the S. Shetland Optd set of eight, tied S. Shetland 5th Feb c.d.s's. (1) £50 to 60 £80.00
641
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (April 30th) Operation Tabarin South Shetlands commercial cover to New Zealand bearing Dependency ½d (2) neatly tied by rubber c.d.s. in bluish-violet and with censor label applied at left, Port Stanley c.d.s. on reverse, scissor cut between the stamps o/w fine. £200 to 250 £230.00
642
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (July 2nd) Operation Tabarin South Shetlands commercial cover to New Zealand, franked 1d Dependency, tied by rubber c.d.s. in bluish-violet and with censor label applied at left, Port Stanley c.d.s on reverse. £200 to 250 £320.00
643
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (July 25th) Operation Tabarin South Shetland commercial cover to New Zealand, franked 1d Dependency, tied by rubber c.d.s. in bluish-violet and with censor label applied at left, Port Stanley c.d.s. on reverse. (1) £200 to 250 £300.00
644
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Dec 5th) Operation Tabarin South Shetlands Optd 2d Swan, tied by SS Dependency c.d.s. to obverse of a PPC of Hektoria Whaling Station, addressed to Terence Binnie with P.S arrival c.d.s. on reverse for Dec 15th, another 2d Swan on a PPC of Factory Bay. Attractive pair. (2) £100 to 120 £150.00
645
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Dec 5th) Operation Tabarin South Shetlands reg cover to Benoni, South Africa, franked South Shetlands Optd adhesives ½d, 2d, 4d & 1s, tied S.S Dependency c.d.s's, New Island (deleted) registration label Type N2 back stamped Port Stanley and with Benoni arrival 4th June 45 (six months delivery!), resealed with censor label OPENED BY/EXAMINER 3954. (1) £70 to 85 £88.00
646
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 Operation Tabarin South Shetlands Deception Island Base 'B' to Roger Wells, P.S franked Optd set of eight, tied S. Shetlands Dependency c.d.s's for 6th Dec (Type B3). £50 to 60 N/S
647
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 Operation Tabarin South Shetlands Deception Island Base 'B' Optd set of eight on a cover to London, tied by S. Shetland Dependency c.d.s's for 6th Dec (Type B3). £50 to 60 N/S
648
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 Operation Tabarin South Shetlands Deception Island Base 'B' Optd set of eight on cover to San Francisco & collected by RMS William Scoresby whilst en route to Base 'A,' cover bears the (deleted) Fox Bay registration label added when the ship arrived at P.S on Dec 15th, she later carried the mail to Montevideo, US censor label applied in New York, adhesives tied by S. Shetland Dependency c.d.s. for Dec 6th (Type B3), reverse with P.S c.d.s, Montevideo transit, New York transit & San Francisco receiver. £60 to 70 £62.00
649
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Dec 11th) Operation Tabarin South Shetlands commercial cover to New Zealand, bearing 1d Dependency, tied by rubber c.d.s in bluish violet with a Naval tombstone censor mark initialled AR 22/11 ie Sub. Lt. Alan Reece R.N.V.R and partially covering censor label, reverse bears P.S c.d.s. £180 to 230 £260.00
650
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 (Jan 28th) Operation Tabarin South Shetlands cover registered to South Australia, bearing S. Shetlands 1d, 3d, 6d & 9d with Sydney registration label (hand stamped in red), the only known example of such usage, affixed over June 4 Sydney NSW c.d.s. £100 to 120 £100.00
651
Used on piece or front
CANCELLATIONS range KGV adhesives each on piece, tied by South Georgia double ring c.d.s's (SG.2) comprising individual stamps ½d, 1d, 2½d (2), 6d (2) & 1s (2), also 1d pair, ½d + 1d (2), 2d + 6d + 1s, also 1d War Stamp + basic 1d. Attractive lot. £130 to 150 £220.00
652
Used (on letter or envelope)
1929 (Feb 11th) KGV ½d strip of five on a Whaling cover to Norway, tied South Georgia Type SG 2 c.d.s's, reverse bears Tonsberg arrival mark for 19th March, obverse is stained. (1) £50 to 65 £82.00
653
Used (on letter or envelope)
1932 (Feb 29th) registered cover to Edinburgh, franked KGV 1s (1921 issue), tied South Georgia c.d.s. with new '32' cancellation. Filed '32' (SG 2v2) £100 to 120 £150.00
654
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (March 30th) large cover bearing a first printing set of twelve values from ½d to £1, all tied by South Georgia c.d.s's for the first day of issue for South Georgia. £140 to 160 £140.00
655
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (March 30th) three registered covers to Dr Nabarro, London, bearing KGVI first printing set of twelve values ½d to £1, all tied by South Georgia c.d.s's for the first day of issue for South Georgia. (3) £200 to 250 £200.00
656
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (March 30th) 1s first printing on a registered cover to London, tied by S.G double ring c.d.s. for March 30th - the first day of issue for South Georgia, bears South Georgia reg label. £70 to 85 £80.00
657
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (March 30th) 5s first printing on a registered FDC to Glastonbury, tied fine double ring South Georgia c.d.s, registration label Type 5A malformed 'R,' cover addressed to Howard Clement - a Falkland Islands magistrate. £100 to 120 £120.00
658
 Used
1938-50 Defins VFU range of twelve vals from ½d to 10s, all bearing South Georgia double ring c.d.s's incl. superb example of 10s. (12) £90 to 120 £125.00
659
Used (on letter or envelope)
1939 (Feb 14th) cover to Norway from the Whaling Factory Ship F.F Strombus, franked 2½d Sheep, tied S.G c.d.s, back stamps of Fredrikstad 24th, Botnekilen 25th & Fredrikstad 27th March. (1) £50 to 70 £250.00
660
Used (on letter or envelope)
1939 (March 23rd) two covers, both first franked ½d + 2d Monument, second 1d Swan, both tied South Georgia double ring c.d.s's Code 'A' addressed to Canada & back stamped CRAIG HARBOUR AU.22.39 N.W.T, both bear on obverse h/stamp 'Returned to Writer' ie. to Otto Mallery, Philadelphia. (2) £30 to 40 £30.00
661
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (March 28th) ½d, 1d (2) Coronation issue, tied to cover by S.G Type 3 c.d.s. Code 'A' sent to Alesund (King's Bay), Svalbard (Spitzbergen), Norway - the most Northerly P.O in Europe (taking 121 days), forwarded to the USA with Sugarhill N.H h/stamp. (1) £50 to 65 £96.00
662
 Used
1938 (March 28th) Coronation set + 2 extra 1d vals, tied by S.G Type 3 c.d.s. Code 'A' to a registered cover to Alesund (King's Bay), Spitzbergen, sent via Liverpool, redirected on arrival to Philadelphia, bears h/stamp 'Found in ordinary Mail' in violet although back stamped with Philadelphia registered c.d.s. and Alesund oval h/stamp £50 to 65 £50.00
663
Used (on letter or envelope)
1939 (March 28th) Coronation 1d block of four & single 2½d, tied by South Georgia S.G Type 3 c.d.s's Code 'A' to registered cover sent via Liverpool to Iceland where boxed REBUTS & INCONNU h/stamps were applied, then forwarded to Philadelphia, back stamped arrival mark for June 14th. (1) £50 to 65 £66.00
664
Used (on letter or envelope)
1939 (March 28th) 1d Coronation paying Empire rate without registration to N. Rhodesia, tied S. Georgia Type 3 c.d.s. Code 'A', from then forwarded to Belgian Congo where numerous stamps were added for the reg airmail cost to Philadelphia, tied Elisabethville c.d.s, SUGAR HILL, N.H s/line & Philadelphia receiver. £50 to 65 £72.00
665
Used (on letter or envelope)
1939 (March 28th) registered cover (undercharged & no labels), franked ½d Coronation (5), tied South Georgia double ring c.d.s's, sent to Northern Rhodesia, forwarded to Elisabethville (reg label added), reverse bears numerous Belgian Congo adhesives for the reg airmail forwarding fee to Philadelphia, New York transit & Philadelphia receiver. (1) £90 to 120 £120.00
666
Used (on letter or envelope)
1941-44 1d Monument on cover to England, tied South Georgia by double ring c.d.s, obverse bears 'Passed Censor' h/stamp in violet (a2) £120 to 135 £320.00
667
Used (on letter or envelope)
1941 (Sept 27th) envelope registered to Blackpool bearing ½d, 1d black & violet, 2d black & carmine-red (5) - two pairs & a single) and 3d with S.G 2 cancellations, registration label and showing fine strike of s/line 'Passed Censor' in violet above (Type a2) with airmail etiquette & m/s 'BERMUDA-NEW YORK' on reverse. £150 to 180 £220.00
668
Used (on letter or envelope)
1941 (Oct 28th) reg cover to J. E. Lea, Manchester, franked Defin set to 1s, affixed to both sides & tied South Georgia double ring c.d.s's Type A2 applied in Grytviken, reverse bears 'Passed Censor' h/stamp Type a2. £70 to 85 £70.00
669
Used (on letter or envelope)
1941 (Oct 28th) reg cover to J. E. Lea of Manchester, franked Defin set to 1s affixed to both sides & tied South Georgia double ring c.d.s's Type A2 applied in Grytviken, reverse bears 'Passed Censor' h/stamp Type a2. £70 to 85 N/S
670
Used (on letter or envelope)
1941 (Oct 28th) reg cover to J. E. Lea of Manchester, franked 2/6d, 5s, 10s & £1 defins, tied South Georgia double ring c.d.s's Type A2 applied in Grytviken, obverse also bears 'Passed Censor' h/stamp Type a2. £180 to 220 N/S
671
Used (on letter or envelope)
1943 3d Sheep on cover to Port Stanley, tied by time d/stamp (Type SG 4) 2.45PM 24.SE.43, 'Passed Censor' h/stamp Type a2, reverse P.S receiver. (1) £100 to 120 £165.00
672
Used (on letter or envelope)
1943 (Sept 28th) Defin set to 9d (10), tied to a cover by time d/stamp (Type SG 4) 2.45 PM 28.SE.43 double ring c.d.s's addressed to Port Stanley although no arrival markings. (1) £40 to 50 N/S
673
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Feb 28th) 1d Memorial on a cover to Darwin, East Falklands, tied by South Georgia Type S.G 3 double ring c.d.s, obverse bears 'Passed Censor' (leaning 'P') Type a1 h/stamp in black. Scarce. £250 to 275 £410.00
674
 Specimen
1944-45 Optd set Perf SPECIMEN, lightly toned gum, SG.D1s/D8s. (8) Murray Payne Cert. 2017, Cat. £650 £250 to 300 N/S
675
 UM
 Used
1944-45 Optd Defin basic set + 6d shade UM, also 6d blue-black & brown UM block of four & another marginal block, set of eight VFU, set of eight in VFU blocks of four, each U on a piece by S. Georgia c.d.s. (S.G 6), SG.B1/B8. (77) £120 to 140 N/S
676
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945 (Feb 21st) from South Georgia to Manchester, franked 2/6d, 5s, 10s & £1, tied South Georgia c.d.s's Type S.G 5, back stamped Port Stanley c.d.s for 14th April, odd tones. (1) £140 to 165 N/S
677
Used (on letter or envelope)
1948 (Apr 28th) local cover franked 1/3d Vulture, tied VF South Georgia c.d.s Type S.G 6. £60 to 75 N/S
678
Used (on letter or envelope)
1949 (Feb 10th) cover to Norway, franked 1/3d Vulture & 1s Wedding (paying 5gr airmail rate), tied S. Georgia c.d.s.'s, reverse Bergen transits. (1) £150 to 180 £180.00
679
Used (on letter or envelope)
1950 (March 17th) Whaling cover to Bergen, Norway, franked 1d UPU (4), 3d UPU (2), 6d UPU (9) & 1s Map (2) making 7/4d for airmail cover from S. Georgia to Norway, tied S. Georgia c.d.s's, Bergen back stamps. £100 to 120 £210.00
680
Used (on letter or envelope)
1954 & 1958 Whaling covers to Sandefjord & Tonsberg, Norway, first franked 2d & 3d QEII defins, second franked 2½d (2) defins (5d rate to Norway), each tied South Georgia c.d.s, no arrival back stamps. (2) £50 to 65 £50.00
681
Used (on letter or envelope)
1950 (Feb 8th) Whaling cover to Bergen, Norway, franked 1d & 4d UPU + 4d Map, tied South Georgia c.d.s.'s £90 to 120 £140.00
682
Used (on letter or envelope)
1950 Whaling cover to Bergen, Norway, franked 2d UPU (pair), tied South Georgia c.d.s's. (1) £50 to 60 £50.00
683
Used (on letter or envelope)
1939-40 period Whaling cover to Norway, franked 4d Goose (uncancelled), obverse bears Passed Censor' h/stamp (a1). £75 to 85 £75.00
684
Used (on letter or envelope)
1949 (March 15th) Whaling cover (damaged at upper right), addressed to Tonsberg, Norway, franked 3d Map, tied South Georgia c.d.s, 1949 Oct 4th locally addressed cover franked 1d Swan, 2d Memorial & 3d Sheep, tied S. Georgia c.d.s's Type S.G 6. (2) £45 to 55 N/S
685
 Used
 Block of four
1963 (July 17th) Defin set in superb U blocks of four, each with fine c.d.s. for the first day of issue, SG.1/15. £130 to 150 £165.00
686
 UM
 Block of four
1963 £1 blue whale corner marginal UM Plate IB block of four, SG.15. (4) Cat. £360++ £180 to 200 £210.00
687
 M
South Georgia 1963-2009 M collection housed in a Senator album, appears complete, good thematics especially birds etc. (362 stamps + 21 m/s) ST.Cat. £1557 £150 to 200 £150.00
688
 Specimen
1944-45 Optd set Perf SPECIMEN, gum toned, SG.A1s/8s. (8) Murray Payne Cert. 2017, Cat. £650 £200 to 250 N/S
689
 UM
 Used
1944 Optd set incl. extra 6d shade UM, basic set of eight VFU, basic set of eight in VFU blocks of four, each on a small piece cancelled by Graham Land c.d.s's. (49) £60 to 70 N/S
690
Used (on letter or envelope)
1946 Victory set in blocks of four on two pieces, tied by Argentine Islands Base 'F' Graham Land c.d.s's in violet (FI), 1947 Jan cover franked 4d Map, tied Hope Bay Base 'D' Graham Land c.d.s (D1), another cover of 1955 franked 3d Map, tied Hope Bay Base 'D' Graham Land c.d.s (D3), 1947 cover franked 2d Map, tied Stonington Island Base 'E' Graham Land c.d.s (D1). £50 to 65 £50.00
691
Used (on letter or envelope)
1927 reg cover to Port Stanley, franked KGV ½d strip of three + 3d paying 1d internal + 3d Registration, tied Fox Bay double ring c.d.s's (F.B 1) AU.2.27, reverse P.S receiver for 16.AU.27. (1) £90 to 120 £160.00
692
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938-52 five covers to England with various adhesives, tied Fox Bay double ring c.d.s's incl. two covers 1938 Feb 8th, franked ½d to 1s (8 vals), single franking 1d Swan, reg cover franked 9d & 1952 cover franked 2½d Map. (5) £100 to 120 N/S
693
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 (Jan 15th) two covers with franking of ½d to 1s (8) each neatly cancelled Fox Bay double ring c.d.s's for Jan.15.38 - the first day at Fox Bay, sent to Dr. David Nabarro by Miss M. Carey. (2) £75 to 90 N/S
694
 Used
Used on piece or front
1938 Fox Bay double ring c.d.s cancels F.B 1 on KGVI defins ½d to 1/3d incl. ½d, 2d, 2½d & 9d in pairs (some first day pmks), also 2/6d, 5s & 10s values, each on a part reg cover front, tied by superb Fox Bay Feb.11.38 c.d.s's each with reg label FB3 alongside. (16) £100 to 130 £130.00
695
Used on piece or front
Used (on letter or envelope)
1938 ½d to 1s (eleven vals) used on 1941 (Sept 2nd) Lea envelope (front & back separated) reg from Fox Bay to Manchester and 2/6d to £1 (four vals) on 1938 (Jan 15th) Dudley Stone envelope from Fox Bay to London, the latter being superb & first day from Fox Bay. (3) £200 to 250 £200.00
696
Used (on letter or envelope)
1943 (May 7th) cover to Oregon, USA, franked 3d Sheep, tied Fox Bay double ring c.d.s, cover resealed with 'P.C 90 OPENED BY/EXAMINER 7497' censor label, sent by H. J. Kovell, Port Stephens. (1) £80 to 100 £240.00
697
Used (on letter or envelope)
1947 (Sept 27th) reg cover to Canada, franked 1d Victory & 3d Sheep, tied Fox Bay double ring c.d.s's, subsequently found damaged & officially sealed with printed labels, re-cancelled Toronto Reg Div Nov.13.47. (1) £75 to 90 £92.00
698
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1951 Inland airmail cover franked 2d Swan, tied Fox Bay C Mr.10.51 (FB 1) to Jennings, Stanley with cachet 'Flown by/Falkland Islands/Government Air Service' in mauve, flown by Norseman Seaplane. Scarce. £100 to 120 N/S
699
Used (on letter or envelope)
1953 local cover franked 4d, tied Fox Bay C Feb.4.53 c.d.s (FB 2) to Jennings with Stanley arrival c.d.s, obverse fine 'FLOWN BY/FALKLAND IS/GOVERNMENT AIR SERVICE' cachet in purple. £65 to 75 £65.00
700
 Specimen
1944-45 Optd set Perf SPECIMEN, gum toned, SG.C1s/8s. (8) Murray Payne Cert. 2017, Cat. £650 £200 to 250 N/S
701
 UM
 Used
1944 Optd issue range of UM or VFU written up on leaves incl. basic UM set + 6d shade, also a range of multiples incl. marginals/imprints/plate numbers etc. VFU basic set, basic set in VFU blocks of four, 1d with Field P.O c.d.s. etc. (129) £60 to 75 £60.00
702
Used (on letter or envelope)
1946 (Feb 2nd) cover to Manchester, franked 2/6d, 5s, 10s & £1, tied S. Orkneys c.d.s. in violet, reverse P.S c.d.s, RPS Cert. 1979 accompanies stating 5s to be indigo & yellow-brown. £170 to 185 £170.00
703
Used on piece or front
1948 (Dec 6th) registered cover front to Harrow on the Hill, England, franked 3d Map & 2½d Wedding, tied by S. Orkneys c.d.s. in violet HI, obverse bears Crown registered h/stamp. (1) £50 to 60 £50.00
704
Used (on letter or envelope)
Cape Geddes Base 'C' 1947 cover franked 3d Map, tied South Orkneys c.d.s (C2) in violet Signy Island Base 'H' unaddressed cover, franked 3d Map block of four, tied South Orkneys c.d.s. HI. (2) £35 to 45 N/S
705
Used (on letter or envelope)
1949 (Nov 21st) registered airmail cover to England, franked 10s (1944 Printing), tied by South Orkneys c.d.s, Murray Payne Cert. 2017. £200 to 250 £200.00
706
Used (on letter or envelope)
Signy Island 1948 airmail registered cover (R.N crest on flap) to England with franking to 2/9d (4d Map, 1948 Wedding sets (2), tied by S. Orkneys c.d.s's HI in violet, possibly carried to Montevideo on 29th.12.48 by HMS Sparrow and calling in at Port Stanley where a Crown registered h/stamp was applied. £120 to 140 £120.00
707
 Air Mail
Used (on letter or envelope)
1952 (Apr 26th) 1/3d Vulture on cover to England, tied South Orkneys c.d.s. Scarce. (1) £150 to 170 £130.00
708
 Specimen
1944-45 Optd set Perf SPECIMEN, gum toned, SG.D1s/8s. (8) Cat. £650 £200 to 250 N/S
709
 UM
 Used
1944 set UM + 6d blue-black single & marginal block of four, basic set VFU, basic set in VFU blocks of four. (53) Murray Payne Cert. 2017. £70 to 80 N/S
710
Used (on letter or envelope)
1946 (Jan 17th) 1d stationery envelope to Darwin, uprated with Dependency 1s block of four and both cancelled with (B4) South Shetlands c.d.s in bluish-violet, Port Stanley back stamps, cover has minor tones. (1) Provenance: C. Styles, 1988. £100 to 120 £210.00
711
Used (on letter or envelope)
1946 (Jan 29th) cover to Manchester, franked 2/6d, 5s, 10s & £1, tied S. Shetlands c.d.s. in violet (faint strikes), reverse P.S c.d.s. for 21st Feb. (1) £150 to 180 N/S
712
Used (on letter or envelope)
1948-50 three covers posted from Deception Island Base 'B' with first to England franked 1d Map + 1948 Wedding set, others locally used with 1d Map from Dick Wallin - a Falkland Islander who had just completed two seasons at Hope Bay as handyman at the base & was on his way home, other 1949 UPU set, all tied Type B4 c.d.s, 1950 cover from Admiralty Bay Base 'G' franked 1949 UPU set - last day cover cancelled '49' instead of '50' in error. (4) £85 to 100 N/S
713
Used (on letter or envelope)
Deception Island Base 'B' 1947 (Jan) cover franked Victory set, tied S. Shetland double ring c.d.s. Code 'D' Jan.30, and another cover franked 3d Map, tied Code 'D' double ring c.d.s. in blue. £75 to 100 N/S
714
Used (on letter or envelope)
1944 (Dec 5th) postcard 'General View, Factory Bay, South Shetlands' (Heyburn, unlisted) to Port Stanley bearing 2d with c.d.s, arrival c.d.s on reverse, 1946 (Jan) commercial cover to Sir A. W. Cardinall at Government House, Stanley, bearing 2d with c.d.s, 1945 (Jan 28th) panorama postcard 'General View, Factory Bay, South Shetlands' (Heyburn AK-2-akz) to Port Stanley bearing ½d to 1s set of eight with c.d.s, arrival c.d.s (16.2) on reverse and 1945 (Feb 8th) OHMS envelope to England bearing set of eight with each pair of vals sharing superb c.d.s. A fine group. £200 to 230 £200.00
715
 Used
1963-69 Pictorial Defin set (both £1), superb U, SG.1/15a. (16) Cat. £225 £60 to 80 £76.00
716
 UM

1968 £1 Endurance (SG.15a) Bradbury Wilkinson photographic proof 'ex printers archives' h/stamped 'B.W. ARCHIVES/IMPRIMATUR' in brown, endorsed in m/s 'APPROVED' initialled & dated '4/12/68' UM example of the issued stamp accompanies. (2) £250 to 300 N/S
717
 UM
1963-69 to £1 (both) UM, also interesting 1963 letter from Victor Whiteley of Bradbury Wilkinson agreeing with criticisms of the design, 'Unfortunately, this was one of those cases where we were governed entirely by some 'crack-pot' designer who not only supervised our interpretation of his designs but also dictated the type of engraving he required' and enclosing five of the stamps, SG.1/15a. £80 to 100 £84.00
718
Used (on letter or envelope)
1963 (Feb 1st) Pictorial set of 15 on a cover to Sunderland, tied by superb 'Signy Island, South Orkney' c.d.s's for Dec 19th (SG.1/15), also the 1971 Decimal Pictorial set of 15 tied to a cover by 'Argentine Islands FE.15.71 Graham Land' c.d.s's - the first day of issue. (2) £140 to 160 £140.00
719
 UM
Used (on letter or envelope)
1963 £1 Antarctic Map marginal UM block of four (SG.15), 1969 £1 Discovery on FDC with 'SIGNY ISLAND/SOUTH ORKNEY' c.d.s, also at lower left 'COMMANDING OFFICER/SHIPS FLIGHT/1 DEC 1969/H.M.S ENDURANCE' boxed cachet in red. (2) £150 to 180 N/S
720
 UM
 Block of four
1963-69 Pictorial Defin set of sixteen in fine UM blocks of four, SG.1/15a. (64) Cat. £1100++ £400 to 450 £440.00
721
Used (on letter or envelope)
1969 £1 Endurance (SG.15a) on cover, tied by Signy Island c.d.s. for Dec 1st (first day of issue), another strike of the same next to adhesive and with large blue ship's cachet to lower left hand corner, a fine cover, a photograph of the Endurance accompanies. (2) £130 to 150 N/S
722
Used (on letter or envelope)
1969 £1 Endurance (SG.15a) on cover tied by Signy Island c.d.s. for Dec 1st (first day of issue), another strike of same next to adhesives and with large red ship's cachet to lower left corner. On reverse are four cachets of the Engineer Officer, Commanding Officers Ships Flight, Commanding Officer & Supply Officer of the Ship. (1) £150 to 180 N/S
723
Used (on letter or envelope)
1969 £1 Endurance (SG.15a) on a plain FDC, tied Signy Island, South Georgia 1.Dec.69, another cover of 1970 reg to England with Stanley reg label Type 12c, also franked £1 Endurance, tied Adelaide Island c.d.s. for 21.JU.70. (2) £130 to 150 N/S
724
 UM
 Block of four
GRAHAM LAND, S. ORKNEYS & S. SHETLANDS 1944 6d blue-black & brown (3) UM blocks of four, SG.A6a, C6a & D6a. (12) Cat. £252+ £100 to 120 N/S
725
 UM
 Block of four
Ditto as above - a similar lot, blocks are marginals. (12) Cat. £252+ £100 to 120 N/S
726
 Block of four
1954-62 Ships ½d to £1 set in Waterlow imprint M blocks of four, the horizontal designs to 2s, also showing Plate No '1' hinged on upper pair & in margin of each mainly fine. (60) SG.G26/G40, Cat. £900+ £200 to 250 N/S
727
 UM
 Used
1954-62 Pictorial Defin set, superb U, SG.G26/G40, South Georgia 1963-69 Pictorial Defin set UM, SG.1/16, Cat. £330 £120 to 140 £120.00
729
Used (on letter or envelope)
1945-47 Aerogramme Army Form W3077 with 'Falkland Islands and Dependencies' large imprint. An unused example, the gummed flaps affixed. Scarce. £450 to 500 N/S
730
 Literature
LITERATURE - Heijtz 1st & 2nd Editions, Cancellations of the F.I & Dependencies - Andrews, Digest No. 1 (soft back & hard back editions), Digest No. 2, Centenary - Spafford. £40 to 50 N/S
 
   
       
   
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