Lot 7626 (Hunters # 7310, 11th August 2020)

ST HELENA - 1902-11 NHM DEFINITIVES. An attractive selection of KEVII definitives presented on a stock card that includes the 1902 set & the 1908-11 MCA Wmk set (SG 53/54 & 64/67a, includes ½d green control single, 1d carmine shades, 2½d blue horizontal pair & marginal single, ordinary & chalky paper 4d black & red/yellow, 6d dull & bright purple marginal. Lovely, never hinged mint group (10 stamps)

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Saint Helena - Valuable Early to Modern Collection

Over 40 lots offered from this country including sets and better single stamps, covers, specimens, blocks of 4 and collections.

£125 - £150
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Auction: Hunters # 7310, 11th August 2020

Highlights from our 7310 auction include:

  • French Colonies - Extensive Section of Better Single Stamps and Collections: Most areas well represented with fine range of French Somali Coast, Guadeloupe, Obock and early Syria with plenty of scarce individual items and collections.
  • New Guinea - Extensive Collection with Many Rarities: Highly interesting section with seldom offered GRI surcharge issues including SG 27 and SG 60, later Airmail sets and several useful collections.
  • New Zealand - Huge Section Featuring Chalons and Postal Fiscals: If you collect New Zealand don’t miss this offering from lovely fresh Chalons to scarce Postal Fiscals, specialised collections, back of the book issues, covers and Dependencies.
  • North Borneo - Lovely Group of Powerful Collections: Small but impressive range of lots with high value sets and a group of high power collections, the perfect start to this interesting collecting area.
  • Saint Helena - Valuable Early to Modern Collection: Over 40 lots offered from this country including sets and better single stamps, covers, specimens, blocks of 4 and collections.
  • Samoa - Interesting Section with Classics and Varieties: Small but highly useful range including 1914 New Zealand occupation issues including varieties, covers, essays and later Postal Fiscal high values.

Plus hundreds of Commonwealth lots, Great Britain lots, European lots – All countries in the world from Aden to Zululand! There are also some great sorter lots and collections.

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