Tradition und Erfahrung in klassischer Philatelie seit 1919


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  • Losnr. : 228 Victoria

    1851: Entire letter to Geelong with framed PAID AT / MELBOURNE in red and manuscript '2' (pence) in crayon, reverse with 'Melbourne / Crown / Port Phillip' datestamp (May 17) and 'Geelong / Crown / Port Phillip' arrival of the same day in black. Closed hole on face panel and minor flap tear but fresh and fine.rnProvenance: Collection J. R. W. Purves, Sale III, RL, Zurich, 13 May 1981, lot 533
    Ausruf : 75 CHF
    Zuschlag : 140 CHF

    Losnr. : 229 Victoria

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    1850 (Jan): Half Length 3 d. blue, original state of the Dies with white area to the left of the Orb, Ham 2nd printing, position 12 on the intermediate stone of 15 subjects, with vivid colour and large margins all round but with some staining removed, without gum. Exceptionally attractive and very rare. Cert. Ceremuga (2018) Gi = £ 4'500.
    Ausruf : 1.000 CHF
    Zuschlag : 6.500 CHF

    Losnr. : 230 Victoria

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    1851 (June): Lithographed by Thomas Ham, Half Length 1 d. bright pinkish-red, Third State of thee Dies with "White Veils", fifth printing, an unused horizontal pair, marginal from left of the sheet, types 1-2, of excellent rich colour with large margins all round and portion of adjoining stamps at top, a few minute black marks on each stamp and pinhole in top margin of the left hand stamp, these imperfections in no way affecting the delightful appearancce, unused without gum. Signed Herbert Bloch, Dr. Jeffrey Schneider. Cert. RPSV (2018) Gi = £ 4'500+.
    Ausruf : 750 CHF
    Zuschlag : 2.800 CHF

    Losnr. : 231 Victoria

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    1851 (June): Lithographed by Thomas Ham, Half Length 1 d. bright pinkish-red, Third State of thee Dies with "White Veils", fifth printing, an irregular unused corner marginal block of 19 from the lower left of the sheet, positions 39 / 43-48 / 49- 54 / 55-60, thus the lower two rows form a complete setting of the twelve positions on the intermediate Stone, of good colour and appearance, horizontally creased and with some aging primarily in the 17 mm. margin at base, minor thins and two stamps at right with internal closed tears, however this is the second largest known multiple of this stamp. A splendid showpiece with large part original gum and six stamps unmounted og. An item of great rarity and an Exhibition piece of the highest calibre. Cert. Ceremuga (2018) Gi = £ 47'500.rnProvenance: Collection Charles Lathrop Pack, Harmers, New York, 615 Dec 1944, lot 1733; Collection Louise Boyd Dale & Alfred Lichtenstein, Harmers, London, 14 May 1990, lot 214
    Ausruf : 10.000 CHF
    Zuschlag : 16.000 CHF

    Losnr. : 232 Victoria

    1854: The famous three hand drawn Essays on card (114 x 74 mm.), each with background to Queen's portrait in vignette coloured in brown watercolour, with frames picked out in pencil, originally for the 2 d. value but re-submitted with the values altered to 'One Shilling' at base for the 1854 Tender, the first example with Artist's initials "JCR" in upper corners, and endorsed on reverse with "Jas Redaway 18/4/54" signature and date. Illustrated in 'Stamps of Victoria' by Geoff Kellow RDP on page 81. Minor imperfections with pin holes away from designs and slight damp patches on the card of no great significance, being both a most delightful Essay of great philatelic importance and undoubtedly unique.rnProvenance: Collection J. R. W. Purves, RL, Zurich, 27 Nov 1980, lot 2049; Collection Rod Perry, DF, Zurich, 16-21 Nov 1987, lot 20260.
    Ausruf : 1.000 CHF
    Zuschlag : 2.600 CHF

    Losnr. : 233 Victoria

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    1855/57: Lithographed by Campbell & Fergusson, Half Length 1 d. orange-brown, 3rd state of the Dies, 8th printing on poor quality wove paper, an unused example with large margins all round, trivial corner bend, without gum. An extremely attractive example of this rare stamp. Cert. Ceremuga (2018) Gi = £ 3'500.
    Ausruf : 750 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.800 CHF

    Losnr. : 234 Victoria

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    1855/57: Lithographed by Campbell & Fergusson, Half Length 1 d. dull brown-red, 3rd state of the Dies, 9th printing on poor quality wove paper, an unused example with large margins all round, possibly natural thin spot in right margin, without gum. An extremely attractive example of a rare stamp. Signed A. Diena. Cert. Ceremuga (2018) Gi = £ 1'800.
    Ausruf : 350 CHF
    Zuschlag : 3.600 CHF

    Losnr. : 235 Victoria

    1854/56: 'Queen on Throne' Perkins Bacon sunken Die Proof (39 x 43 mm.), similar to the central vignette of the 1 d. value, with VICTORIA inscribed on lower step and laurel leaf surround, printed in black on thick card paper. The design was based on a watercolour drawing by Edward Henry Corbould. Scarce and most appealing, cut down but almost identical to the Die Proof offered (lot 2068) in the first Purves sale. Rare.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 220 CHF

    Losnr. : 236 Victoria

    1903 (April): Essay for 1 s. value, engraved by William Bell, typographed at the Victorian Govt. Printing Office, with POSTAGE at both sides of vignette, printed in jet-black on white medium paper. A rare and fine Proof - discussed by Kellow in 'Stamps of Victoria' on page 310.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 800 CHF

    Losnr. : 237 Victoria

    1903/13: £ 1 dull ultramarine, an imperforate Die Proof, cut down to stamp size with large even margins all round, fresh and fine.
    Ausruf : 150 CHF
    Zuschlag : 600 CHF

    Losnr. : 238 Victoria

    1850/1900: Group with 1850 2 d. grey-lilac, a used example with four margins and cancelled in blue, 1854 1 d. orange-red on good quality hard paper used, 1852/56 Throne 2 d. used (4), 1884/96 Stamp Duty values 3 s. drab, 4 s. red-orange, 5 s. marron and a used £ 2 bright blue, 1897 Diamond Jubilee set of two unused, 1900 Patriotic Fund set of two unused etc. (19 items).
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 600 CHF
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