Tradition und Erfahrung in klassischer Philatelie seit 1919


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  • Losnr. : 529 Natal

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    Embossed Issues 1857/61: 1 d. embossed on deeply blued paper, a horizontal strip of three used on cover from Pietermaritzburg to Dr. Sutherland, Surgeon General, Colonial Office in Durban, the strip with large margins all round and neatly tied by oval lozenge of dots cancellation in black. File fold away from the adhesives and reverse with manuscript notations of provenance. An exceptional and truly remarkable cover for the connoisseur of classic philately. Signed Holcombe. Cert. Peter Holcombe (1990).rnProvenance: John Walter Scott, New York auction, Nov 8, 1906; Collection George H. Worthington, New York, August 1917; Harmers, London, 15 May 1996 'Claridges' sale, lot 58.rn                  
    Ausruf : 5.000 CHF
    Zuschlag : nicht verkauft

    Losnr. : 530 Natal

    1877: Stampless Official cover, countersigned at lower left by Sir Theophilus Shepstone, Special Commissioner to the Transvaal, mailed from Newcastle to His Excellency, Sir Bartle Frere, King William's Town, Eastern Frontier, Cape Colony, struck with "No. 20 PO / NATAL" cds on despatch (Christmas Day) in black. 'East London' transit cds (Jan 9, 1878) alongside and faint 'King William's Town' arrival cds of arrival. Reverse with 'GPO / Natal' transit cds (Dec 28). A rare cover - at this date Sir Bartle Frere was involved in the 9th Frontier War, having arrived in Southern Africa in March 1877 two weeks prior to the annexation of the Transvaal by Sir Theophilus. An historic and rare cover.rnNote: Sir Bartle Frere is philatelically more famous for the introduction of the Scinde Dawks in 1852.
    Ausruf : 350 CHF
    Zuschlag : 600 CHF

    Losnr. : 531 Natal

    1877 (Feb 13): Locally Surcharged ½ d. on 1 d. dull rose, an unused block of fifteen (5 x 3), with mixed surcharges, overprint Type b, with '½' 4 mm. high, on the top row and sixth, ninth, tenth and twelfth stamps, the rest all Type c with '½' showing curled foot, one or two unobtrusive age spots, superb og. with most unmounted og. A rare multiple Gi = £ 2'430.
    Ausruf : 250 CHF
    Zuschlag : 480 CHF

    Losnr. : 532 Natal

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    1895 (March 18): Locally surcharged HALF on 1 d. rose unused, a complete left pane of 60 ( 6 x 10) from the First Setting of 24 (12 x 2) forme, showing the variety "Surcharge Double" on positions 13-18 and 19-24, the second surcharge coincident in first coloumn and widening across the pane; with Plate '3' in margin at lower left, fresh and fine, large part or unmounted og. Some minor splitting and piece of selvedge missing at upper left but a pane of superb appearance and very rare. Cert. BPA (2019) Gi = £ 5'700+.
    Ausruf : 750 CHF
    Zuschlag : 750 CHF

    Losnr. : 533 Natal

    1859/1903: Lot 12 stamps used/unused and one cover incl. 1859 6 d. blue, no wmk., rough perf. 14, single usage on 1861 cover to Richmond with embossed pink seal on flap 'Colonial Secretary's Office, Natal', tied by "1" numeral obliterator with corresponding PIETERMARITZBURG / Crown / NATAL cds at right (Dec 18); 1862 3 d. blue, wmk. Small Star, an imperforate Proof with ample to large margins, with manuscript "Specimen" in ink; 1863: De La Rue Proof, 1 d. value in carmine-red, imperforate on unwatermaked paper without gum, of beautiful rich colour. Note the lower right corner ornament without continuation of the lower frame line; 1861 3 d. blue, no wmk. intermediate perf. 14-16, a fine used block of four of excellent colour and centering, cancelled by Pietermaritzburg datestamps in black; 1863/65 1 d. brown-red, wmk. Crown CC, perf. 12½, an unused example of good colour and centering, with large part og.; Overprinted 'Postage' by Keith & Co. 1869 (Aug 23) 1 s. green, wmk. Crown CC, perf. 14, optd. 'POSTAGE.' Type 7e, Second Setting, an unused example of fresh colour with large part og.; 1876 1 d. rose-red, overprinted POSTAGE (Type 18, 14½ mm.) by Davis & Sons in black, a used example variety "Overprint Inverted", cancelled in black; 1877/79 Locally surcharged 1 d. on 6 d. rose, a used example with variety: "Surcharge Applied Four Times", cancelled by numeral obliterator in black; and 1902/03 £ 10 green & orange and £ 20 red & green, unused examples, each overprinted SPECIMEN in black and also overprinted upon receipt from the UPU by a Portuguese Colony with ULTRAMAR in violet, unused without gum, imperfections and aging due to their original storage but rare. Two certs.
    Ausruf : 600 CHF
    Zuschlag : 800 CHF

    Losnr. : 534 Natal

    1895 (March 12): ½ d. on 6 d. violet, the unused collection with 160 examples, including two blocks (half sheets) of 60 stamps each and thus showing varieties a-ka complete; block of fifteen with reversed wmk., single example of the "Surcharge Double, One Vertical" variety (signed A. Diena), three examples with SPECIMEN handstamp in violet (3) including one example with 'No Stop' error, together with a fascinating hand written manuscript dated 15 May 1895 copied from the 'Stamp Collector's Journal'. A splendid and most appealing collection.
    Ausruf : 150 CHF
    Zuschlag : 260 CHF
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