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Losnr. : 1268 Sudan1897: Egypt 1 m. brown, a fine mint vertical pair, positions 45/46 on the sheet, top stamp with Type VI overprint, variety: 'Overprint Omitted' on lower stamp, fresh and fine mint, large part og. Extremely rare: Danson's pair was from position 50/60 on the same pane. Just 5 pairs of this variety can exist. Cert. C. Hass (1988) Nile Post S1c/Gi = £ 1'500.
Note: Due to the diagonal misplacement of the pane during overprinting, positions 56-60 failed to receive the bilingual 'Soudan' overprint, the Type VI overprint should have fallen on stamps 56-60.Ausruf : 350 CHFZuschlag : 400 CHF
Losnr. : 1269 Sudan1902/21: Camel Postman De La Rue Samples, three values on watermark Star & Crescent paper: 2 p. purple & orange-yellow, 5 p. chestnut & green and 10 p. black & reddish-purple (all in issued colours of 1927 issue), Imperforate and ungummed and each handstamped SPECIMEN in black. Scarce and most unusual.Ausruf : 150 CHFZuschlag : nicht verkauft
Losnr. : 1270 Sudan1927: 10 pi. imperforate Colour Trial horizontal pairs, 10 different pairs in a variety of colours with large part og, also the 20 pi. value with three imperforate Colour Trial horizontal pairs, fresh and fine, unused. A delightful group (13 items).Ausruf : 300 CHFZuschlag : 300 CHF
Losnr. : 1271 Sudan1931/37: Airmail 10 m. frame only marginal Proof in ultramarine on thick card paper, matching 'vignette only' Proof on thin card paper in ultramarine and 2½ pi. magenta & blue in a vertical mint imperforate pair on watermarked paper, with large part og. A fine and scarce group.Ausruf : 150 CHFZuschlag : 150 CHF
Losnr. : 1272 Sudan1938: 5 Piastres on 2½ p. magenta & blue, perf. 11¾ x 12½, 'Error of Surcharge' with wrong value (piastres for milliemes), a fine used example on small piece tied by large part Khartoum datestamp (9. Oc.1939) in black. Extremely rare use from either a Proof or Trial printing and probably just two sheets of 50 printed Gi footnote = £ 400 for unused.Ausruf : 100 CHFZuschlag : nicht verkauft
Losnr. : 1273 Sudan1940/1: Palm Trees 4 p. ultramarine & black, a mint block of four showing variety: Frame Doubled, most easily seen at top in the horizontal frame lines, the '4' in value tablet being noticeably thinner in the horizontal bar, a fine mint block with superb og., sold together with a slightly faulty used example showing the variety (cert. Hass, 1991) and a normal block for comparison; also 1940/41 '4½' Proof of Overprint (pairs, both large and small, imperforate) together with blocks of the issued stamps.Ausruf : 150 CHFZuschlag : nicht verkauft
Losnr. : 1274 Sudan1897/1941c.: Mint collection on leaves with 1897 set of eight, 1898 Camel Postman set of eight, 1902/21 set of eleven, 1921/23 set of eight incl. shade variety, 1927/41 set of fifteen on chalky paper, 1931 Airmail sets of twelve and eight, 1935 surcharged issue, 1938 Airmail surcharged set of four, 1941 set of fifteen, 1948 set of sixteen, 1951 set of seventeen, Officials with 1903 set of eight, 1948 set of sixteen, Postage Dues and Independent State issues etc. A fresh and fine lot.Ausruf : 300 CHFZuschlag : 360 CHF
Losnr. : 1275 SudanNile Campaign 1885 (March 17): Cover and long contents addressed to a soldier in the 1st. Battalion of the West Kent on the 'Nile Expedition', franked by Great Britain 1883 1½ d. lilac vertical pair tied by London duplexes. Reverse with Cairo arrrival cds (March 30). Scarce.Ausruf : 150 CHFZuschlag : nicht verkauft
Losnr. : 1276 Sudan1885/97: 'Sullivan' cover from HMS Monarch at Alexandria franked by Egypt 5 m. tied by Alexandria cds (Feb 7, 1885) countersigned by Commanding Officer for reduced rate Sailor's Letter, Third Suakin Expedition India 1 a. blue on buff stationery card used from Suakin with 'Base Office / B' datestamp (Oct 7, 1896) to Benares, and 1897 Soldier's Letter franked by Sudan 1897 5 m. tied by T.P.O. cds of 'Kerma-Halfa' to Nottingham. A scarce trio, all have faults.Ausruf : 150 CHFZuschlag : nicht verkauft
Losnr. : 1277 Sudan1885: Cover endorsed on reverse 'Suakin May 12, 1885', franked by Great Britain 1883 2½ d. lilac tied by BRITISH ARMY POST OFFICE / EGYPT code A datestamp (May 13) in black, endorsed 'via Brindisi' with scarce (and of uncertain usage) circular 'E' cachet struck in red at left in London - possibly for 'Egypt' and struck only on the top envelope of a batch of letters? Reverse with Swindon Station and Fairford (May 27) datestamps. Small imperfections but rare.Ausruf : 180 CHFZuschlag : 150 CHF
Losnr. : 1278 SudanSuakin Campaign 1885: Cover to Fairford, England endorsed 'via Brindisi' franked by Great Britain 1883 ½ d. slate-blue and two 1881 1 d. lilac tied by BRITISH ARMY POST OFFICE / EGYPT datestamps (code C) in black (March 31). Reverse with Swindon Station cds (April 14) and Fairrford arrival cds. Fresh and fine, a scarce cover.Ausruf : 300 CHFZuschlag : 300 CHF
Losnr. : 1279 Sudan1885: Cover endorsed 'On Active Service, No Stamps Available' mailed to a Mrs. Morris in Manly, New South Wales, struck on despatch with BRITISH ARMY POST OFFICE / EGYPT datestamp (April 14) in black. Framed 'T' marking at left but not taxed, reverse with Sydney cds (May 27) and Manly arrival of the same day. Envelope with faults but a remarkable usage from the New South Wales contingent - they arrived at Suakin on March 29, 1885 and were withdrawn as early as May 17, 1885. Faults as are to be expected but a great rarity of the postal history of the 1884/85 Campaign.Ausruf : 400 CHFZuschlag : 350 CHF
Losnr. : 1280 SudanSuakin Campaign 1885: OHMS deleted envelope mailed as Soldier's Letter to London endorsed 'On Active Service' at left and 'No Stamps Available' at right, from a member of the 1st Berkshire Regiment, struck with BRITISH ARMY POST OFFICE / EGYPT cds (code C) in black (April 11) with framaed 'T' marking below. Charged due on arrival (April 28) with '1d.' handstamp in black. A scarce and very fine usage.Ausruf : 400 CHFZuschlag : nicht verkauft
Losnr. : 1281 SudanReconquest 1896: 1 a. red 'Soldier's & Seamen's' postal stationery envelope mailed from Suakin to Kamari, Karachi, tied by BASE OFFICE datestamp (Aug 20) in black, countersigned at left. Reverse with 'Sea Post Office / B' datestamp (Sept 1) and Kimari arrival (Sept 8).Ausruf : 100 CHFZuschlag : nicht verkauft
Losnr. : 1282 Sudan
Losnr. : 1283 Sudan1935: 2½ Piastres on 5 m. black & green, error 'Surcharged in Green' fine used (just 50 stamps printed thus), and 2½ Piastres on 5 m. black & green, surcharge in black, a used example with variety: 'Surcharge Inverted' fine used (cert. RPS). Scarce pair Gi = £ 1'400+.Ausruf : 250 CHFZuschlag : 460 CHF
Losnr. : 1284 Sudan1935: 7½ piastres on 4½ p. red-brown & grey, Error Surcharged in Red, from Proof sheets, a fresh and very fine mint lower right corner block of four from Plate One, the two right hand stamps (pos. 40 and 50) each showing arabic '1/3' error for '1/2' in surcharge - these errors were corrected in the issued stamps. Fresh and very fine multiple (only two Control blocks can exist), full unmounted og. Only 100 stamps printed thus Gi footnote = £ 1'400.Ausruf : 250 CHFZuschlag : 380 CHF
Losnr. : 1285 Sudan
Losnr. : 1286 Sudan1903/12: 3 m. mauve & green, unused example showing variety: 'Overprint Double', the second impression of the overprint being almost exactly congruent to the first, weaker, impression, unused without gum with used normal for comparison. Rare Gi = £ 850.Ausruf : 100 CHFZuschlag : nicht verkauft
Losnr. : 1287 SudanOfficial 1903: 1 p. blue & brown, 2 p. black & blue and 5 p. brown & green all used on reverse of 1904 Sudan Postal Service Postage Due reclaim form to pay 80 millièmes due for unpaid correspondence, all tied by 'Khartoum' datestamps (29.IX.1904) in black. Slight faults and fold as is usual with these scarce forms, also 5 m. scarlet & black in a block of eight and block of ten used in similar fashion for a total of 90 millièmes to collect at Khartoum (14.V.1904).Ausruf : 150 CHFZuschlag : nicht verkauft
Losnr. : 1288 Sudan1951: 2 p. deep blue & pale blue, a mint example with full sheet margin at top, overprinted 'S.G.' in black, variety 'Overprint Inverted'. Position 3 on the sheet. Fresh and very fine, unmounted og. A rare stamp, just 50 stamps can exist Gi = £ 1'200.
Note: The sheet of 50 stamps with this error was found in an electrician's shop in Khartoum on January 15, 1955.Ausruf : 200 CHFZuschlag : 300 CHF
Losnr. : 1289 Sudan
Losnr. : 1290 Sudan
Losnr. : 1291 Sudan1905: 1 m. brown & carmine, Horizontal Overprint, with Small Type ARMY OFFICIAL (latter inverted) complete from position 6 with dropped 'O' in 'Official', and further part of adjoining overprint with OFFICIAL in large type inverted at top, fresh and fine mint, minor diagonal crease at upper right of no great significance, large part og. A very rare stamp, with just 4 examples recorded. Cert. BPA (1981) Gi = £ 4'000.Ausruf : 600 CHFZuschlag : 1.300 CHF
Losnr. : 1292 Sudan1905: 1 m. brown & carmine, Large Type with 'Army' reading down at right, position 29 on the setting of 30, showing variety: OFF!CIAL for OFFICIAL, a fine example on small piece, lightly cancelled leaving the variety clear. A rare stamp. Cert. RPS (1963) Gi = £ 1'400.Ausruf : 200 CHFZuschlag : 240 CHF
Losnr. : 1293 Sudan
Losnr. : 1294 Sudan1906: 5 m. scarlet & black, fine used example with variety: 'Amry' for 'Army', lightly cancelled in black leaving the variety clear. Slight corner crease at upper left otherwise fresh and very fine. Only known in used condition, an extremely rare stamp with just three recorded examples Cert. RPS (1962), BPA (2000) Gi = £ 2'750.
Note: The Setting is 'Wide A' and Long Tailed 'y', the same as the UPU Specimen set. The varieties from this setting are therefore believed to be from the First Setting. Colonel Danson recorded just three examples of this variety, all used. Since the scarcity is much greater than 1 in 30 examples (the size of the setting), it must be conjectured that these errors were noticed in the first setting and corrected.
Provenance: Collection Col. H. E. Hebbert.Ausruf : 500 CHFZuschlag : 850 CHF
Losnr. : 1295 Sudan1905/1924: Collection on leaves with 1905 'Army' reading down 1 m. mint and used, pane of 30 unused with varieties (Gi A1c etc.), 1 m. with 'Army' reading down small overprint used (Gi A3b, cert.), cover with 1 m. with 'Army' reading down at right (inverted small type, position 6, Gi. A3b), 1906/11 Type B 1 m. in a complete pane of 30 mint, 1 m. used (Gi. A5) with cert, 1 m. overprint double used (Gi. A6a, cert.), 1 m. ovpt. inverted mint (Gi. A6b) with cert. and a used example, 2 m. green & brown in a complete setting of 30 mint and a Postage Due account form bearing 30 examples used to collect 60 millièmes Postage Due, 5 m. with 'Overprint Double' and Overprinted Double, One Inverted' variety used (Gi. A9a, A9e), and also a Parcel Card with 5 m. (14 examples) used to Cairo, 5 p. mint, wmk. Quatrefoil 10 p. mint and set of three values used (Gi. A14/A16), 1921/24 set of three mint and used etc. Condition varies but generally fine, a good lot of high catalogue value (45 items).Ausruf : 500 CHFZuschlag : 1.400 CHF
Losnr. : 1296 Sudan1912/14: Punctured 'AS' by machine, the original set of eight values (less 2 pi. purple & orange-yellow issued in 1922), all in fresh mint blocks of four, marginal, of excellent fresh colours, unmounted og Gi = £ 3'000.
Provenance: Collection Jacques Kassab; Collection Peter A. S. Smith.Ausruf : 500 CHFZuschlag : 500 CHF
Losnr. : 1297 Sudan1897: Provisional Postage Dues, 2 m. green and 4 m. maroon used on 1899 cover sent unpaid from Omdurman to Wadi Halfa Camp with 'Omdurman' datestamp (Nov 27) and framed 'T' marking of despatch. Taxed on arrival at the Soldier's Concession Rate of 6 m. (the 3 m. deficiency was doubled) and tied by Wadi Halfa Camp datestamp (Nov 28). Extremely rare - as far as we can say, the sole recorded Soldier's Concession rate Postage Due cover.Ausruf : 250 CHFZuschlag : 300 CHF
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