Warwick & Warwick November 2017 Stamp Auction
20th October 2017
Buyers of Great Britain stamps can look forward to some great rarities in the November stamp auction.
Outstanding lots include an 1840 1d black plate 5 mint block of 6, very rarely seen as a multiple of this size. The block has an SG Specialised catalogue value of £164,000 and has an estimate of £10,000 in the auction.
Also from the Line Engraved issues, a 1d black plate 11, right side marginal, with part inscription. The stamp has a neat red Maltese Cross cancel. An 1840 2d pale blue plate 1 with original gum & accompanying Brandon certificate.
From the Surface Printed stamps an 1867-83 £5 orange UM marginal, watermark anchor, overprinted ‘CANCELLED’ and described as ‘superb’.
In the ‘Kings’ section a 1913 Waterlow Seahorse £1 in UM corner marginal block of 4 is estimated at £8,000.
Believed to be one of only 6 examples, a 1929 PUC 2½ d corner marginal pair with control & inverted watermark.
The online catalogue can be viewed here and viewing of the lots is available at Chalon House prior to the auction.
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