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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 - Perforated Line Engraved With Plate Numbers
Lot Thumbnail   Description of lot Estimate Realised
1655
 Used
1864-79 1d Red Plate Numbers 71 to 225 (excl. 77) a complete set good to FU, except Pl. 225 with perfs. trimmed off at left side. Also a reconstructed sheet of 240 stamps lett. AA to AL various plates. Condition a little mixed, SG. 43/4. (391) £140 to 170 £195.00
1656
 M
 Used
1864-79 1d Red Plate 140 reconstructed sheet mounted up (Cat. £660+), also Plate 90 M block of six (gum faults), Plate 170 right side M marginal block of four CK/DL (DK - fault), SG. 43/44. (250) £80 to 100 £175.00
1657
 Used
1864-79 1d rose red Plate numbers 71 to 225 (excl. 77) set good to FU, SG.43/4. (151) £200 to 250 £350.00
1658
Block larger than four or stamp booklet
1870 1½d lake red P.3, fresh M left side marginal block of nine KA/MC showing marginal inscription 'Per sheet. Place the labels above the Adrefs' and showing part ornament with full og. (6 are UM) usual natural gum wrinkles, an attractive multiple. SG.52. Cat. £4800++ £1250 to 1500 N/S
 
   
       
   
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