Catalogue

Auction 507 - Tuesday, January 15, 2019

 LotTypeDescriptionPrice
398 1974 "Birds of the World on Stamps" by W F Stanley, B S Ridgley & G E Eglajs. Two sections: ordered by classification & ordered by country. 102 pages. $10.00
399 All the Stamps of New Zealand, by L J G Franks, a very useful general book about NZ stamps. Revised 1981 edition - as new. $15.00
400 "Antarctic Posts", JH Harvey Pirie, c1948 (72pp) card cover (toning on this). Also "The Postal History of the Antarctic 1904-49", RV Bagshaw & J Goldup, 1951 (79pp), soft cover (fine). 2 items. $75.00
401 The 1913 1d Kangaroo by H Dormer Legge. 1980 46 pgs with illustrations of plate varieties & pmks. Softbound cover a bit scruffy. $20.00
402 "The Cancellations of NZ", RJG Collins, 1926. Rebound with hard cover (plain), without illustrations at end, 62pp. Also (similar binding) Notes on the Early Cancellations of NZ, KJL Scott, undated (c1950?), 20pp. $75.00
403 "Captain COQK's Log - 75th Anniversary Christchurch Philatelic Society (1986), signed by David Smitham (editor). $30.00
404 "New Zealand and the Universal Postal Union to 1907" by Capill. 133pp RPSNZ Monograph (1993). $40.00
405 "Sell More Stamps, Applying Psychology to Philatelic Dealing" by Robert J Gregory, Calder pub, 167pp (1999). Brand new. $20.00
406 Sotheby's Baillie British Commonwealth Auction Catalogues 2005-7 - 11 vol. 15kg weight. Excellent reference. $750.00
407 "South of the Old Coach Road (2004)", by J R Slattery, #71-120, 170 A4 pp. $35.00
408 "Tanganyika - Mafia Island" The "Tatiana" Collection, Feldman Auction Catalogue Dec 8 2017 (Geneva). $25.00
409 "The 1893 New Zealand Advertisement Stamps", by J A Robb (2006), 147 A4 pp & profusely illustrated in colour. $60.00
410 "The New Zealand Orchid Grower" by ID James (signed by author), 160pp profusely illustrated throughout in colour, with dust jacket & library-type protective cover. $25.00
411 The Sub-Antarctic Islands of NZ, Vol I, 1909 (ed Chas Chilton), published by Philosophical Institute of Canterbury, Copy No. 14, 31p, stapled in folder. Interesting history. $40.00