SWITZERLAND - POSTAGE DUES 1878-1938 SUPERB FINE USED COLLECTION expertly identified on printed album pages, includes 1878-82 "Blues" Frame type I and Frame type II sets complete, Frame type I inverted set, plus Frame type II set less the 100c, then continues with a very good range of the 1883-1910 "Greens" issues with many of the listed shades represented, these include (Frame type II normal) 1884-87 set to 500c (less the 50c), 1887-89 range to 500c, 1889-96 set complete to 500c, 1894-96 5c, 10c, and 20c, (Frame type II inverted) 1883 set to 50c, 1884-97 set to 50c plus 500c, 1887-89 set complete to 500c, 1889-96 set complete to 500c, 1894-96 set complete to 100c, and 1897 range to 50c, then an additional 1897 set, 1897-1908 set to 100c, 1907-10 (greenish olive) 5c, 10c and 20, and (pale brownish olive) set complete to 100c, (plus the same again with inverted frames). Later issues include 1910, 1916-24, 1924 and 1937 sets, 1934-36 grilled gum set, and 1938 both sets. Also with a range of 1911-43 "Frank Stamps" including 1935-43 both sets of six complete. A wonderful collection of these difficult stamps, forming a good basis for expansion (approx 185 stamps).
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Cape of Good Hope Stamps: An extensive range of the classic "Cape Triangulars" from 1853 pale brick-red (SG 1), and including several pairs such as 1855 4d deep blue pair on piece and plenty of items with 3 good margins along with later perfs, revenues etc.
Albania Stamps: We have an interesting selection including several collections including 1913-20 general collection and 1961-64 imperf issues complete never hinged along with double-headed eagle hand stamps, military post and commemorative sets.
Germany Stamps: A very diverse range of items including early air mail, including a superb 1923 200m violet-blue imperf block of 6 nhm, Graf Zeppelin issues, miniature sheets including 1930 IPOSTA on cover, along with some fine mint collections, revenues, occupation issues, air labels etc.
Italy Stamps: A good selection of states including Modena, Parma and Sardinia along with early national issues with a superb 1c olive-green marginal pair and 15c blue block of 4, both with trial cancels, as well as a wide range of commemorative sets, modern varieties etc.
Malaya States Stamps: This sale features sets and single items from Federated Malay States, Johore, Kedah, Pahang, Perak, Trengannu and Straits Settlements along with several fine used collections of Johore, Kedah, Kelantan and Straits Settlements.
Great Britain Stamps: The range includes some attractive Penny Blacks, a selection of QV surface printed items displaying very fine postmarks, and a huge range of entire booklets from KEVII to KGVI period and panes including a 1924 collection of advert panes and some interesting specialist controls collections.
Monaco Stamps: We have a range of commemoratives of the principality including 1951 Red Cross sheetlets set, 1951 Holy Year set imperf, along with earlier Prince Charles issues and some attractive collections, mint and used.
Plus thousands of smaller singles/sets (great for buyers seeking to fill gaps in their collections or find that elusive single stamp!). Hundreds of Commonwealth lots, Great Britain lots, European lots etc.