Lot 3662 (Kwik-Bid #4298, 15th October 2019)

PALESTINE - 1918-45 VERY FINE MINT COLLECTION. An attractive collection presented on stock pages with a strong range of regular issues plus additional multiples, shades & postage dues. Includes a 1918 (March) 1p block of 4 & two (March - May) surcharged singles, (July - December) complete set including shades of most values to 20p, 1920 (September) complete perf 15 x 14  set, 1920-21 perf 15 x 14 set (less 1p), 1920 (Dec) 3m & 1p, 1922 range to 20p bright violet, 1923 Postage Due set, 1924 Postage Due set, 1927-45 pictorial complete set plus many additional perf & shade variants, control multiples & blocks of 6, 1928-44 Postage Due set, 1932-44 New Colour pictorial set with some shade interest, plus multiples inc blocks of 4 & 6 with values to 500m. A lovely fresh condition collection (200+ stamps)

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Auction: Kwik-Bid #4298, 15th October 2019

Highlights from our 4298 auction include:

  • Gibraltar Stamps: The gateway to the Meditteranean controlled by the British has long been a favourite of Commonwealth collectors. The stamps of Gibraltar are elegant designs which speak of the important and unusual status of the place with perhaps less emphasis on wildlife and personalities and more on Military and Naval links plus in earlier periods use of unique definitive designs.
  • Cape Of Good Hope Stamps:The Cape of Good Hope holds a special place in the heart of philately. The furthest part of British Africa her first stamps were the famous 'Cape Triangulars' a sack of which prompted the young Stanley Gibbons to begin his business.
  • Gambia Stamps: One of the smallest and poorest of the British African colonies Gambia has long 'punched above her weight' in terms of beautiful stamps. The philately of Gambia has enchanted and delighted, Gambias first stamps were printed on tiny plates to keep costs down but by the 20th Century we see some beautiful and intricate designs celebrating African flora and fauna.
  • Labuan Stamps: Beautiful Labuan stamps from those simple but elegant little definitives with a slightly unusual portrait of a young Queen Victoria through to the intricate engraved pictorials we have a good range of Labuan stamps and Labuan stamp collections.

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.

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