Lots 61 - 67, Catalogue of Auction #48 Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
61    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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62    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
63 **   185-86
1924, British Empire Exhibition, complete set in right sheet margin blocks of four, full OG, NH, VF, SG #430/31, ?100 as hinged singles, Scott C.v. $174++
64  209
1929, Postal Union Congress, ?1 black, full OG, very light trace of hinge, VF, SG #438, ?750, Scott C.v. $875
65 **   224
1934, King George V and Sea Horses, 10s indigo, right sheet margin copy, full OG, NH (light trace of hinge on margin only), F/VF, SG #452, ?350 as hinged, Scott C.v. $650
66 **   358 var
1958, Queen Elizabeth II, 3p deep lilac, watermark Multiple Crowns, horizontal strip of four, tete-beche pair is in the middle, post office fresh, full OG, NH, VF and scarce. This strip originated from unissued booklet sheet, SG #575 var

British Military Mission in the South Russia

1919-20, two free-frank covers from Novorossiysk to the same address in Surrey, first one with "BMM 1" ds and violet hexagonal censorship marking, the other one with black"Army Post Office B.M.S.R." date stamp, mostly VF