Lots 24 - 32, Catalogue of Auction #41 Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
24    U3
1840, Mulready letter sheet 1p black, fresh, unused, mostly VF, SG #ME1, 325
25    U4
1840, Mulready letter sheet 2p blue, minor paper wrinkles on the back, still fresh, unused, F/VF, SG #ME3, 375
26  2
1840, Queen Victoria, 2p blue, plate 2, four side margin copy, black Maltese cancel, fresh, VF, SG #5, 675
27    2
1841, Queen Victoria, 2p blue, plate 1, four balanced margin copy, used on entire wrapper from Edinburgh to Kelso, black Maltese Cross cancellation, "Dec. 1. 1841" marking on reverse, sealed with wax, VF, SG #5, 2,000
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28 **/*   80
1880, Queen Victoria, 1 1/2p venetian red, watermark "Imperial Crown", block of nine, one stamp has natural paper inclusion, slight gum creases, full OG, NH or LH (2), F/VF, SG #167, 1,800 as hinged singles
29    101
1885, registered stationery envelope 2p blue, sent from London to Budapest, uprated by vertical pair of 2 1/2p lilac, arrival ds on reverse, VF, SG #190
30 **   224
1934, King George V and Sea Horses, 10s indigo, right sheet margin copy, full OG, NH (light trace of hinge on margin only), mostly VF, SG #452, 350 as hinged, Scott C.v. $650
31 **   358 var
1958, Queen Elizabeth II, 3p deep lilac, watermark Multiple Crowns, left sheet margin horizontal strip of five, containing a tete-beche pair, post office fresh, full OG, NH, VF and scarce. This strip originated from a booklet sheet, which was not issued, Brandon certificate
1937, King George VI Coronation, privately printed labels representing the King's Regalia - Crowns, Orb, Sword, Scepter and etc., twelve different in six various colors, the total is 72 pieces, mounted on 12 pages, possibly from a presentation booklet, perfect condition, VF and colorful lot
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