Lots 25 - 31, Catalogue of Auction #59 Raritan Stamps, Inc

Lot   Cat.#
25    2
1841, Queen Victoria, 2p blue, plate 1, four acceptable margins 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, ?2,500
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26 **   124
1891, Queen Victoria, ?1 green, watermark "Three Crowns", left sheet margin copy, perfect quality in every respect, full OG, NH, VF, a condition rarity, D. Brandon certificate for the left sheet margin block of four, the stamp is originated from the upper left, SG Concise #212, ?7,000
27  140
1902, King Edward VII, 5s bright carmine, watermark Anchor, nice and fresh exemplar, full OG, previously hinged, F/VF, SG #263, ?350
28 **   161c-d
1912, King George V, 1 1/2p chestnut, right sheet margin block of four, top right stamp with "PENCF" variety, full OG, NH, VF, SG Concise #364, a, ?202 as singles
29 **   Sanabria #S1

Air Post stamps

1913, First Aerial Delivery, semi-official stamp with no value indicated in green, full OG, NH, VF
30 SB   

Stamp Booklets
Small Collection

1956-69, Queen Elizabeth II, 16 stamp booklets, including eight for 2s, one - 2s6p, two - 4s6p, two - 6s and three - 10s booklets, neatly identified, minor duplication, generally fresh and VF, SG Concise ?450, Est. $150-$200
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British Expeditionary Forces in Russia (Army of the Black Sea)

1919, pre-printed cover from Odessa to Newcastle-on-Tyne, franked by two imperforated 50k lilac brown and green, each one bearing black Ukrainian Trident overprint, cancelled by boxed "Received from H.M. Ship. No Charge to be raised", London arrival marking, VF and scarce