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Stamp auction - 31 July 2019 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 31 July 2019. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 161 - Cape Of Good Hope
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
537
 Used
1853 1d red-brown on slightly blued paper, good to enormous margins, crisp cancel, SG.3a. £70 to 100 £72.00
538
 Used
1853 4d blue on slightly blued paper, good margins two sides, close but clear at the left, light cancel, SG.4a. £45 to 65 £60.00
539
 Used
1853 4d blue pair, good margins, light cancels, SG.4a. £75 to 100 N/S
540
 Used
1853 4d deep blue on deeply blued paper, two used examples. One has good margins on two sides but close margin at base, the other has clear margins on two sides but small nick at lower right corner, SG.2. £65 to 80 N/S
541
 Used
1853 4d deep blue on slightly blued paper, two used examples. One just touching at lower left side, the other margin at base but touching on both sides, both lightly cancelled. (2) £50 to 65 N/S
542
 Used
1855 1d deep rose-red U block of three, margins touched at two places but a fine multiple. RPS Cert, SG.5b. £250 to 300 £200.00
543
 Used
1855 1d deep rose-red shade (SG.5b) U block of three, the single stamp at the left has a scissor cut just into the stamp o/w very large margins all round. Also a pair with good margins two sides, just touched at the others. £175 to 220 N/S
544
 Used
1855 1d rose irregular U block of four, margins good to touched in places, small thin spot on the lower centre stamp by the 'S' of POSTAGE. An uncommon multiple, SG.5a. £250 to 300 N/S
545
 Used
1855 6d pale rose-lilac, large margins, smudgy cancel, SG.7. £60 to 85 N/S
546
 Used
1855-63 6d pale rose-lilac (SG.7), 6d deep rose-lilac (SG.7b), 6d slate lilac (SG.7c), 1864 6d bright mauve (SG.20), good to large margins & used with triangular cancels (3) & barred oval - two have tiny corner creases. (4) Cat. £1700. £180 to 220 N/S
547
 Used
1858 1s bright yellow-green, good to large margins, slightly heavy cancel, SG.8. £60 to 85 N/S
548
 Used
1858 1s bright yellow-green pair, U (good margins), slightly grubby cancel, SG.8. £100 to 140 £80.00
549
Used (on letter or envelope)
1859 envelope to Bath, England, with a 6d pale rose-lilac (SG.7) tied by a triangular cancel, Cape Town JA.20.1859 cancel is on the back of the cover which has had part of the back flap removed. On arrival in Bath (FE.28) the cover was forwarded to Ireland, with Dublin MR.2 & Carlow MR.3.59 transit & arrival cancels on the face. £200 to 250 £200.00
550
Used (on letter or envelope)
1861 cover to Dundee, Scotland with a 6d (good margins) tied by a triangular cancel. Cape Town AP.20.1861 & Paid/Devonport/Cape Packet/1.JU.61 cancels. £170 to 220 N/S
551
 Used
1862 6d slate-lilac on blued paper, U (good margins), SG.7c. £100 to 125 N/S
552
 Used
1862 6d slate-lilac on blued paper, U (good margins, close but well clear at lower right), SG.7c. £100 to 125 N/S
553
 Used
1863 1d brownish-red, good margins, smudgy cancel, SG.18c. £50 to 70 N/S
554
 Used
1863 1d brownish-red, good margins, slightly heavy cancel, SG.18c. £50 to 70 N/S
555
 Used
1863 1d brownish-red, worn plate, good margins, central barred '1' cancel of Cape Town, SG.18c. £50 to 70 N/S
556
 Used
1863 1s bright emerald-green, good to clear margins, light but slightly smudgy cancel, SG.21. £120 to 150 N/S
557
 M
1863-64 1d deep carmine red, fresh M, SG.18. Cat. £650+. (2) £200 to 250 £200.00
558
 Used
1874 ONE PENNY on 6d deep lilac (2) one U & the other a fiscally cleaned example that 'looks good on an album page as a mint copy!' SG.32, 1876 ONE PENNY on 1s green (2) both U examples, one left wing marginal, SG.33. £50 to 65 N/S
559
 M
1876 ONE PENNY on 1s green, M part o.g. but hinge remainder which has caused light paper disturbance, SG.33. £40 to 55 N/S
560
Used (on letter or envelope)
Comprehensive study of the 1½d postcard incl. when it was overprinted for use in the Orange River Colony in 1900. Written up on eighteen pages with M & U examples of all the printings. Interesting cancels & use in both Natal & Transvaal. (35) £100 to 140 N/S
 
   
       
   
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