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Auction 35 - Saturday, September 21, 2019

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819 S 1899 ½d, 5d, & 8d to 2/- examples ex presentation sets with 2 diagonal lines at lower RHS, also ½d, 1d, 4d, 5d, 8d & 10d - similar - but with corner circular "dumb" cancels (12v). $1,200.00
820 M 1899 ½d + 1d error; two diff centre values printed! It appears that a sheet with the ½d centre impression was under-inked. It was re-inserted into the stack of sheets & subsequently submitted into the 1d centre printing process. Ex Odenweller. BPA cert (1949), with explanation of its occurrence. This is the only recorded example of this value with a double value tablet & is not listed by CP. $3,600.00
821 M 1899 ½d - 2/- set of 11 (8d with offset of carmine on gum, 4d H/H). ACS cat $1300. Mint. $500.00
822 C 1899 1d & 2d on underpaid "leather" post card ex 20 June 1904 Denver, USA to Wanganui, bearing only 2 x 1c Franklins. 15 / CTMS.T h/s applied, circular 3d deficient postage h/s & Wanganui 27 July 1904 arrival cancels applied. $300.00
823 C 1899 1d on trifold panoramic letter card (internal view of Australia V England cricket match at Sydney, 14 December 1901, repaired with cellotape), ½d & 1d NSW cancelled Sydney 11 March 1904, to Waikino, NZ. Cover bears 1d in blue pencil, Postage Due stamp cancelled Waikino 15 March 1904. $360.00
824 M* 1899 1d upper half sheet (120v in 2 panes of 60 each) Type II frame (small D), with numerous varieties indicated. Cat $6000+. Mint/MUH. $1,800.00
825 U 1899 2d fine used example cancelled Otaki Railway 30 November 1899, 1 day prior to issue. Ex Garlick. Also 2 additional examples but cancelled on 1st day of issue Auckland (rounded corner) & Devonport 1 December 1899. $900.00
826 M 1899 2d + 6d error; two diff centre values printed! It appears that a sheet with the 6d centre impression was under-inked. It was re-inserted into the stack of sheets & was subsequently submitted into the 2d centre printing process. Error plated as being R8/1 position from both frame & centre plates, Ceremuga cert (2009). This is thought to be the only recorded example with this double value tablet, unlisted by CP. $2,100.00
827 U 1899 3d attractive, large multiple (4 x 5) red octagonal 17 May 1917 Wellington parcels cancels. GU/FU. $280.00
828 C 1899 4d + 1d on underpaid mourning cover ex 4 December 1899 Sutton Coldfield, England to Hawera, NZ, hexagonal T / 25 taxe mark in black & blue m/s 2, Hawera 19 January 1900 cancelled postage dues. Underpaid by 12½ gold centimes + 12½ gold centimes fine = 5d. Ageing faults. $360.00
829 C 1899 4d pair on overweight, underpaid commercial cover ex 2 May 1907 Fremantle, Western Australia, to Dunedin, NZ, bearing pair 2d yellow swans, black oval T (Taxe) mark & 8d inserted in pencil & Dunedin 16 May cancels. Vendor states that less than 10 covers are recorded with pairs of 4d postage dues attached. Attractive cover. $600.00
830 M* 1899 4d complete left-hand pane of 60 (10 rows of 6) with doubling of ornaments at left side on lower 3 rows. Cat $9000. Mint/MUH. $2,400.00
831 M 1899 6d + 6d error: single with two centre values printed! It appears that a sheet with the 6d centre impression was under-inked, then re-inserted into the stack of sheets & was subsequently submitted into the 6d centre printing process, unused no gum. 5 examples (2 mint & 3 used) are known. Not listed by CP. Ceremuga cert (2009). $900.00
832 U 1899 6d vert block of 11 (R3/1 & R4/1-8/2) light 17 June 1910 Auckland Customs cancel. Vendor states that this 5/6d block is the largest recorded multiple. $2,100.00
833 U 1899 10d block of 4, 21 January 1903 Auckland cds. FU. $450.00
834 M* 1899 10d horiz interpanneau block of 12 (R1/6 - R2/11), fresh appearance & one of the largest multiples recorded. Mint/MUH. $1,500.00
835 U 1899 set of 11 plus ½d, 2d & 2d variants. CP Y1a-Y14a. Cat $2000+. FU. $650.00
836 M 1899 simplified set of 11. Mint. $280.00
837 C 1906 1d Cowan, p11, 1 vert pair on OAS cover to Reefton, NZ, ex volunteer during the mid-1906 Bambatha Rebellion, in South Africa, bearing 11 July 1906 Stanger, Natal cds, oval T/ 10c taxe mark in black, TO PAY / 2d / DOUBLE DEFICIENCY POSTAGE h/s in black & 15 August 1906 Reefton cds. The Zulu uprising against paying taxes to the British, lasted for about six weeks before being suppressed. Mail from those involved with subduing the rebellion could be sent free of charge within Natal, but because the rebellion was deemed by postal authorities to be a local matter, OAS mail sent outside Natal was deemed to be short paid & therefore taxed accordingly. This cover was charged at the international postcard rate of 1d (equivalent to 10 gold centimes - hence the taxe mark) & was thus charged 2d upon delivery in Reefton. Vendor states that this postcard is the only reported taxed postcard from the Bambatha Rebellion. $1,500.00
838 M 1902-38 ½d, 1d, 2d & 3d - examples of stamps from different printings (25v) with papers/wmks/perfs identified. Mint. $180.00