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  • Lot# : 1304 Brit. Colonies lots/accumulations

    1880/1980: Lot several hundred used stamps, mainly small values and duplicats from Australia and New Zealand, average condition and housed in five stockbooks.
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
    Hammer price : 160 CHF

    Lot# : 1306 Brit. Colonies lots/accumulations

    1880/1980c.: Interesting lot thousands stamps used/unused incl. Great Britain starting with Victoria, Seahorses, official stamps, modern material in blocks of four, Kuwait & Bahrain ovpts, Hongkong, Ceylon, Canada, Cyprus, Malta, India with States, Australia with States, New Zealand, Omnibus sets.
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
    Hammer price : 450 CHF

    Lot# : 1308 Brit. Colonies lots/accumulations

    1850/2000: Important lot with several thousand stamps used/unused or in mint condition covering the whole aerea of the British Empire incl. Australia, Canada. India, Ireland, Malta, New Zealand, Zimbabwa and many others, the classic section up to 1920 with mostly small values and incompl. sets, modern issues with full sets, blocs of four, souvenir sheets, miniature sheets, booklets and other products of the new issues departement, partly heavy duplication, all arranged in 13 stockbboks (partly big ones) and packed in a large removal box.
    Starting bid : 1,000 CHF
    Hammer price : 1,200 CHF

    Lot# : 1309 Brit. Colonies lots/accumulations

    1851/64: Lot twelve primarily unused classic stamps, all with faults or repairs, incl. Great Britain 1862/64 9d. bistre, British Guiana 1857 dull red, New Brunswick 1851 1 s. reddish mauve used with papered over thin (signed A. Diena, Sorani), Mauritius 1859 Sherwin 2 d. deep blue used (Gi. 40) repaired but of quite stunning appearance, Cape of Good Hope 1853 1d. brown-red unused (Gi 3a), 1855 1 d. rose unused (Gi. 5a), 1859 1 s. bright yellow-green superb used but for ironed bend (Gi. 8), 1861 Woodblock: 1 d. vermilion used (Gi. 13) with marginal repair, 1 d. brick-red unused in similar condition (Gi 13b), 4 d. deep bright blue used as well as 1864 4 d. deep blue and 6 d. bright mauve unused. Despite the minor repairs, an excellent reference for some of the scarcer stamps of the British Commonwealth. All with certs. BPA (2015) Gi = £ 108'600.
    Starting bid : 3,000 CHF
    Hammer price : 7,000 CHF
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