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Lot 891 - 1850 - BOGUS ISSUE: 25c yellow 'Empire' ESSAY issue a lithographed FORGERY 'Used' with dotted Diamond cancel. Uncommon. - Est £15

Lot 892 - 1871 - BRITISH POST OFFICES: Stampless cover with PORT AU PRINCE British Post Office cds dated OCT 5 1871 on front. Addressed to FRANCE with various transit and arrival marks on front & reverse inc LIVERPOOL BR. PACKET cds on reverse. - Est £30

Lot 893 - 1877 - BRITISH POST OFFICES: 4d sage green QV issue, plate 16 used with good strike of barred numeral 'C59' of the British Post Office at JACMEL. (SG Z11, Cat £200) - Est £100

Lot 894 - 1879 - BRITISH POST OFFICES: Stampless cover with fine strike of JACMEL British Post Office cds dated JUL 15 1879 with small 'NY T' tax marking applied in transit with manuscript '6' alongside. Addressed to FRANCE with ETATS UNIS French maritime marking in red on front and various other transit marks on reverse. - Est £45

Lot 895 - 1881 - CINDERELLA: Large (55mm x 45mm) 'Liberty Head' impression in pale red on large piece of buff paper with blank value tablet. Very unusual. The item has some age as can be seen from the printing and paper but origin unknown. Could be a book plate. - Est £10

Lot 896 - 1887 - 5c green 'Salomon' issue, a fine mint copy with full gum. (SG 27, Scott #24 $50) - Est £25

Lot 897 - 1887 - Small group of 'Salomon' issue with POSTMARKS inc PETIT-GOAVE cds, LES CAYES cds dated 5 FEB 1889, GONAIVES cds, undated PORT-AU-PRINCE cds and manuscript '10 Junio 88' and 'Cape' cancels the latter also with part cds. (6) - Est £20

Lot 898 - 1892 - REVENUES: 2c on 35c grey & 2c on 70c grey (2) 'Timbre' REVENUES fine mint plus a used example of the 35c with manuscript '26/4/7' date cancel. (Forbin 5 & 9) - Est £16

Lot 899 - 1897 - 2c on 3c lilac 'Upright Palms' SURCHARGE issue, a mint copy with variety OPT DOUBLE. Tiny unnoticeable nick at right. (SG 34c) - Est £10

Lot 900 - 1898 - 'Small Palms' issue complete with the 2c lake and 5c green plus the UNISSUED 1c blue, 3c purple, 7c grey and 20c orange all mint or unused. (SG 49/50 & unlisted) - Est £40

Lot 901 - 1898 - 5c deep green 'Small Palms' issue with variety STAMP PRINTED DOUBLE. A fine mint copy. Hugely underrated variety. (SG 50c) - Est £75

Lot 902 - 1898 - POSTAGE DUES: Nice range with 1898 2c, 5c & 10c mint plus 2c and 5c used, 1902 2c, 5c & 10c 'MAI Gt Pre 1902' OPT issue both mint & used plus 2c with red opt used, 1906 2c & 10c mint/unused, 1914 'Provisionals' 2c mint and 50c used plus horizontal type 2c used, 5c blue mint with double opt & 10c mint. Also 1919 surcharges. (SG D63/5, D85/7, D85d, D150, D152, D206, D208, D209/11, 290 & 292/3) - Est £25

Lot 903 - 1905 - Cover franked with 1904 10c cinnamon 'Nord Alexis' issue (SG 112) tied by PORT-AU-PRINCE cds. Addressed to FRANCE. - Est £20

Lot 904 - 1906 - Cover franked with 1898 8c carmine and 1904 2c red 'Nord Alexis' issue (SG 57 & 110) tied by two strikes of PORT-AU-PRINCE cds dated 21 JAN 1906. Addressed to USA with arrival marks on reverse. A nice combination of issues. - Est £35

Lot 905 - 1910 - 2c yellow, 1929 25c deep green AIR issue, 1933 10c brown lake & 1947 5c blue green and 20c purple brown 'Dessalines' issue all with 'SPECIMEN' opt in red and small hole punch. Ex ABNCo. Archive. (SG 134, 306, 320, 418 & 422) - Est £15

Lot 906 - 1915 - 'O Zamor' UNISSUED set of ten mint or unused. Underrated not easy to fine. (SG 219/28) - Est £10

Lot 907 - 1915 - 1c on 50c plum 'Provisional' issue a fine mint copy with OPT IN RED. A scarce stamp. (SG 234a) - Est £40

Lot 908 - 1915 - Registered cover franked with 1906 8c carmine and 1914 2c vermilion with 'GL OZ 7 FEV 1914' opt (SG 126 & 184) tied by CAP-HAITIEN cds dated 16 DEC 1915 with second strike alongside and various registration markings. Addressed to USA with transit & arrival marks on reverse. - Est £35

Lot 909 - 1917 - 1c on 1g mauve 'Simon Sam' SURCHARGE issue, a good mint copy. (SG 238) - Est £20

Lot 910 - 1917 - 2c on 8c deep rose 'Provisional' issue with variety OPT INVERTED, fine unused without gum. (SG 253 var) - Est £10

Lot 911 - 1920 - Neat cover franked with single 1919 5c on 4c carmine lake 'Provisional' issue (SG 281) tied by fine PORT-AU-PRINCE cds dated DEC 1920. Addressed internally to the 'American Legation' PORT-AU-PRINCE. Very attractive. - Est £50

Lot 912 - 1922 - Cover franked with single 1904 5c deep blue 'Nord Alexis' issue (SG 111) tied by CAP-HAITIEN cds dated 27 JAN 1922 with additional strikes on reverse. Addressed to FRANCE with COFFEE publicity handstamp on front. Very late use of this issue. - Est £30

Lot 913 - 1925 - FIRST FLIGHT: Cover franked with 1924 50c black & orange (SG 302) tied by PORT-AU-PRINCE cds dated 4 DEC 1925 with second strike alongside and small 'AVION' cachet in black. Addressed to CAP HAITIEN with arrival cds on reverse. Some perf toning around stamp. This cover was flown by the US Marine Corps on the resumption of the regular airmail service. (See Haiti's First Flights Page 7) - Est £45

Lot 914 - 1926 - Cover franked with 1924 pair 5c green and pair 20c deep blue (SG 299 & 301~) tied by PORT-AU-PRINCE cds's dated 20 APR 1926 with small 'AVION' airplane marking alongside. Flown by the US Marine Corp service from Port-au-Prince to Cap Haitien with arrival cds of the same day on reverse. Likely to be a first flight but not listed in 'Haiti's First Flights by B Levine. Stamps have a few light tones on perfs. - Est £25

Lot 915 - 1927 - FIRST FLIGHT: Cover franked with 1924 50c black & orange (SG 302) tied by PORT-AU-PRINCE cds dated 19 APR 1927 and by 'AVION' airplane marking in red with additional strikes alongside. Flown on the Port-au-Prince - Port de Paix first flight with arrival cds on reverse. (Muller #7, 544 covers carried) - Est £25

Lot 916 - 1927 - FIRST FLIGHT: Cover franked with 1924 10c carmine & 50c black & orange (SG 300 & 302) tied by PORT-AU-PRINCE cds's dated 13 DEC 1927 with circular 'AVION' Airplane cachet in blue alongside. Flown on the Haiti - Puerto Rico first flight by pilot Basil Rowe with three line 'WEST INDIAN AERIAL EXPRESS INAUGURATION REP. DOMINICAINE.. CUBA.. PTO RICO.. HAITI' first flight cachet in blue on front. Addressed to USA and signed by the pilot. Couple of small splits at top. (Muller #12, 1264 covers carried) - Est £25

Lot 917 - 1927 - Cover franked with 1924 5c green (SG 299) tied by PORT AU PRINCE cds dated 12 JUIL 1927 and also blue '1827 BERTHELOT 1927' commemorative handstamp. Addressed to the 'Comite Marcelin Berthelot, Port-au-Prince'. Couple of light tone spots. - Est £10

Lot 918 - 1929 - FIRST FLIGHT: Cover franked with 1929 10c carmine (SG 305) tied by MILOT cds dated 18 NOV 1929 and also by crude 'CITADELLE CHRISTOPHE cachet in blue. Addressed to PORT-AU-PRINCE, flown on the local First Flight from MILOT to PORT-AU-PRINCE with CAP HAITIEN transit and PORT-AU-PRINCE arrival cds's on reverse. Scarce. (Muller Unlisted) - Est £75

Lot 919 - 1933 - 60c on 20c blue 'Boyd-Lyon' airmail overprint issue a fine mint copy. (SG 311a, Cat £60) - Est £40

Lot 920 - 1939 - US NAVY & SUBMARINE MAIL: Illustrated 'U.S.S. Stingray' cover franked with USA 3c purple tied by U.S.S. STINGRAY GONAIVES HAITI cds dated 15 MAR 1939. The Stingray was a submarine. Also 1939 cover with USA 2c carmine tied by U.S.S. KANAWHA GONAIVES HAITI cds dated 17 MAR 1939. Both addressed to USA. (2) - Est £15

Lot 921 - 1942 - 'Our Lady of Perpetual Succour' issue, a fine used set of 14, the set of three miniature sheets both perf & imperf fine mint and three WW2 period covers with uses of the issue all censored with Haitian censor strips. (SG 343/56 & MS357, 19 stamps, 6 MS and 3 covers) - Est £30

Lot 922 - 1949 - 'Anti-Tuberculosis & Malaria Relief Fund' issue the set of six fine mint. (SG 427/32) - Est £40

Lot 923 - 1952 - Airmail cover franked with 1924 20c deep blue and 1951 30c blue (SG 301 & 461) tied by oval PETIONVILLE cancels in blue (the cancel was held together by an elastic band that shows at vertical lines) dated OCT 21 1952. Addressed to ARGENTINA. - Est £10

Lot 924 - 1957 - Enormous written up collection on pages of the period 1957 through to 2003 with a huge array of issues mint & used including singles, multiples, miniature sheets, few FDCs, postcards, some complete sheets and a few peripheral items. We also note many overprints and surcharges including scarcer local types from the 1970s & 1980s. A great opportunity to acquire this portion of the collection intact. (Many 100's) - Est £300

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Lot 925 - 1960 - 'COLIS POSTAUX' opt issue and later 1961 'Colis Postaux' issue both sets fine mint. (SG P725/30 & P757/60) - Est £10

Lot 926 - 1975 - CINDERELLA: Mounted collection of 'Audubon' BIRDS issues mint & used with many different designs and values. Also a group of articles on the issue and a checklist. (117 stamps) - Est £30

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Lot 927 - 1976 - Circa 1976 long commercial airmail cover franked with 1968 5c, 1970 25c, 1974 50c (SG 1066, 1206 & 1307) uncanceled and 1973 1.85G and 1976 80c on 85c 'Starfish' issue (SG 1296 & 1341) both cancelled in transit by undated MONTEGO BAY NO.1 JAMAICA temporary oval cancels in black with two TAX marks alongside, one obliterated. Addressed to UK. Very unusual use. - Est £10

Lot 928 - 1881-1911 - Mounted collection of mainly used postal stationery inc an early Liberty head formular card unused, various 1898 Simon Sam cards mint & used inc 2c orange on pink with PORT AU PRINCE cds addressed 'En Ville', 1914 3c + 3c green on blue replycard used to France with KINGSTON JAMAICA transit mark, pair of 3c cards with printed adverts on reverse one for laxatives and group of four 1906 cards used locally without messages. (11 items) - Est £75

Lot 929 - 1881-1955 - Remaindered collection of issues from imperfs through to the 1950's with better bits noted including a number of ABNCo. 'SPECIMENS', many postmarks inc Maritime & ship markings, peripheral items inc postcards, FDCs, Haitian associated items from other countries, overprints & surcharges. Includes many better bits and pieces. Mixed condition mint & used. (Many 100's) - Est £250

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Lot 930 - 1900-2000 - Large mounted collection of covers & postal history mainly mid to modern period but with a few earlier items inc nice 1900 10c on cover to Germany. Noted Maritime and ship covers, censored, postcards, 1948 Ham radio card, US Seaposts, 1934 Seth Parker cover, airmails both commercial and commem, nice KNSM Corsica cover, 1940 S.S. America maiden voyage cover, 1951 Visit of Lady Baden Powell cover, 1953 Haitian army cover, few REG and FDC etc. Also a group of loose covers inc modern issues & consular mail etc. (67 items) - Est £180

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Lot 931 - 1898 - FORGERIES: 1c brown, 5c grey blue, 5c dull purple ERROR OF COLOUR, 6c dull purple, 10c deep blue, 20c brown orange, 50c orange red and 1p blue green TRAIN issue IMPERF FORGERIES all in COMPLETE SHEETS OF FIFTY unused. (400 stamps, As SG 108/115) - Est £75

Lot 932 - 1903 - 2c + 2c orange TRAIN 'Provisional' postal stationery reply card (H&G 35, the reply half only) issued for AMAPALA with two strikes of circular 'REPUBLICA DE HONDURAS ADUANA DE AMAPALA' control mark in blue, cancelled to order with 'HONDURAS' lines cancel in purple. Uncommon. - Est £20

Lot 933 - 1909 - 1c green 'Medina' LITHO issue, a fine used copy with variety STAMP PRINTED ON BOTH SIDES. Underrated variety. (SG 135c) - Est £15

Lot 934 - 1910 - BISECT: Cover franked with 1907 5c blue and diagonally BISECTED 2c carmine 'Medina' issue (SG 128 & 129) tied by 'Lines' cancel with TEGUCIGALPA cds dated ABR 14 1910 alongside. Addressed to SAN PEDRO SULA with arrival cds on reverse. - Est £40

Lot 935 - 1915 - BISECT: Cover with printed 'Winn & Co. General Merchants, Tela Honduras' at top franked with diagonally BISECTED 1911 20c lemon yellow 'Hass' issue and 1913 6c bright mauve (SG 145 & 172) tied by slightly smudged oval NEW ORLEANS USA arrival marks with straight line 'PAQUEBOT' marking alongside. Addressed to USA with NEW ORLEANS arrival cds on reverse. The 20c is very scarce used as a bisect. - Est £45

Lot 936 - 1929 - FIRST FLIGHT: Reg cover franked with 1929 1c blue, 5c bright violet and 10c deep emerald 'Official' issue and 1929 5c on 20c yellow brown, 10c on 50c vermilion and 15c on 1p emerald' AIR' opt issue set of three (SG O259, O261/2 & 262/4) all tied by PRIMER VUELO TEGUCIGALPA - TELA - MIAMI cds's dated OCT 7 1929. The flight was delayed by PAA and eventually flown from Tegucigalpa via Tela to Miami on the 17th October. Addressed to CANAL ZONE with arrival cds dated OCT 17 on reverse. Some light tones & two horizontal creases but a rare flight. (Muller #24, rated 1750pts) - Est £75

Lot 937 - 1929 - ROBBERY ISSUE: Pair of covers with the '1929 a 1930' Robbery opt issue with 1930 cover franked 3 x 1c blue and pair 6c blue the latter with one stamp with OPT INVERTED (SG 268 & 273) sent from TELA with cds dated ABR 30 to Switzerland and 1930 cover franked with single 6c blue (SG 273) tied by LA CEIBA cds dated 30 OCT to USA. (2 items) - Est £25

Lot 938 - 1931 - 'Definitive' issue the set of nine fine mint. (SG 319/7) - Est £12

Lot 939 - 1931 - 1p grey black with 'T. S. de. C.' OPT DOUBLE, a fine mint copy from the bottom row of the sheet with straight edge at bottom. (SG 336b) - Est £20

Lot 940 - 1931 - 'Airmail' issue with 'T. S. de C.' opts, the set of five fine mint. (SG 337/339b) - Est £30

Lot 941 - 1931 - Pair of large reg OFFICIAL covers with printed 'Direction Generale des Postes' at top the first franked with 1930 3 x 20c yellow brown and single 5c on 6c purple 'OFICIAL' airmail issue (SG O319 & O322) and the other with pair 5c on 6c purple, 10c blue and 50c red (SG O319, O321 & O323) all tied by TEGUCIGALPA cancels, sent airmail to FRANCE with various transit & arrival marks inc SAN LOREZON VALLE transits on reverse of both covers. Both covers are trimmed at left but an uncommon issue used on cover. (2) - Est £40

Lot 942 - 1934 - SIGNATURE CONTROLS: Registered cover franked with 1931 5 x 2c carmine and 6c green (SG 320 & 322) all with 'Signature Control' OPTS in purple tied by 'Lines' cancels with boxed registration marking alongside and CERTIFICADOS TEGUCIGALPA cds dated FEB 23 1934. Addressed to USA with transit and arrival marks on reversed. A nice franking. - Est £35

Lot 943 - 1936 - Cover with printed 'Great White Fleet, United Fruit Company' on flap franked with 1935 1c green & 5c deep blue (SG 365 & 367) tied by two fine strikes of UNITED FRUIT COMPANY STEAMSHIP SERVICE POSTED ON THE HIGH SEAS PURSER S/S SANTA MARTA cds in black dated MAY 12 1936. Addressed to USA. - Est £30

Lot 944 - 1940 - REVENUES: Circa 1940 20L scarlet & 50L scarlet both imperf, 100L orange perforated and 1L green rouletted American Banknote Co. 'Revenue' PROOFS all with hole punches. (4 items) - Est £16

Lot 945 - 1955 - 1l grey olive & black with 'Rotary' OPT in red, the top value fine unmounted mint. (SG 541, Cat £27) - Est £15

Lot 946 - 1959 - '150th Birth Anniversary of Lincoln' issue, the set of twelve fine mint. (SG 590/601) - Est £12

Lot 947 - 1960 - REVENUES: Circa 1960 1L green & 2L brown REVENUE PROOFS with inscription tablet blank printed by 'Thomas Greg & Sons' with IMPRINT below stamp, engraved and perforated. - Est £20

Lot 948 - 1973-1980 - Correspondence of mainly long covers mostly addressed to the 'Banco de Londres y America del Sud' or 'Banco Londres y Montreal' in Honduras with many stamps that are rarely seen genuinely used on cover inc OPTS and surcharges, registered, multiple frankings, odd postcard etc. Some covers are unclaimed with instructional marks, there are also Forest Conservation / Forest Fires propaganda cachets and a number of covers from smaller postal agencies, Daytime & Night time services, Embassy mail, official covers. There are also two larger batches of prepared commemorative covers for the Honduran Day of the Soldier in 1976 (10 covers) and 'Battle of Port Royal, Roatan Bay Islands' (10 covers) postmarked AGENCIA POSTAL SANTOS GUARDIOLA, ISLAS DE BAHIA. A super lot of modern postal history. (100+ items) - Est £35

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Lot 949 - 1863 - 8c brownish orange and 8c bright orange QV issue wmk 'Crown CC', both good used. (SG 11a & 11b, Cat £32) - Est £15

Lot 950 - 1903 - 1c dull purple & brown, 2c dull green, 4c purple on red, 5c dull green & brown orange and 8c slate & violet EVII issue, wmk 'Crown CA' all fine mint. (SG 62/6, Cat £100) - Est £45

Lot 951 - 1912 - 1c brown, 2c green, 4c carmine red, 6c brown orange, 8c slate, 10c ultramarine, 30c purple & orange yellow and $1 purple & blue on blue GV issue, wmk 'Multi Crown CA' all fine cds used. (SG 100, 101a, 102, 103a, 104a, 105, 110 & 112, Cat £33+) - Est £14

Lot 952 - 1912 - $3 green & purple GV issue, wmk 'Multi Crown CA', a good cds used copy. One pulled perf at base. (SG 114, Cat £130) - Est £40

Lot 953 - 1921 - 1c brown, 2c blue green, 4c carmine rose, 10c bright ultramarine, 20c purple & sage green, 25c purple & magenta, 30c purple & chrome yellow, $1 purple & blue on blue, $2 carmine red & grey black and $3 green & dull purple GV issue, wmk 'Multi Script CA' all fine cds used. (SG 117/8, 120, 124, 125/7 & 129/31, Cat £97+) - Est £40

Lot 954 - 1921 - 10c bright ultramarine GV issue, wmk 'Multi Script CA', a fine mint block of four. (SG 124, Cat £60) - Est £30

Lot 955 - 1921 - $3 green & dull purple GV issue, wmk 'Multi Script CA', a fine cds used copy. (SG 131, Cat £75) - Est £35

Lot 956 - 1923 - 1c brown and 2c green 'Postage Due' issue with wmk sideways plus 10c bright ultramarine with wmk upright all fine mint. (SG D1a, D2a & D5, Cat £39+) - Est £18

Lot 957 - 1923 - 6c yellow 'Postage Due' issue with wmk sideways, a fine mint copy. (SG D4a, Cat £90) - Est £45

Lot 958 - 1935 - GV 'Silver Jubilee' issue, the set of four fine cds used. (SG 133/6) - Est £10

Lot 959 - 1938 - $5 green & violet GVI issue a fine cds used copy. (SG 160, Cat £25) - Est £12

Lot 960 - 1941 - 2c orange & chocolate GVI 'Centenary of British Occupation' issue, a fine mint block of four. (SG 163, Cat £32) - Est £16

Lot 961 - 1941 - 4c bright purple & carmine GVI 'Centenary of British Occupation' issue, a fine cds used block of eight. (SG 164, Cat £40) - Est £20

Lot 962 - 1945 - Registered front franked with 1938 2c grey, 8c red brown, 10c bright violet, 15c scarlet, 25c bright blue, 50c purple and $1 dull lilac & blue GVI definitive issue and 1941 5c black & green 'Centenary of British Occupation' issue (SG 141, 144/6, 149, 153, 155 & 165) all tied by REGISTERED G.P.O. HONG KONG cds's dated 3 NOV 1945 with printed blue on white 'HONG KONG C' registration label alongside. Addressed locally. Very attractive. - Est £40

Lot 963 - 1954 - $2 reddish violet & scarlet and $5 green & purple QE2 issue, both fine mint copies. (SG 189/90, Cat £92) - Est £45

Lot 964 - 1907 - FORERUNNERS: Black & green SINN FEIN 'Celtic Cross' PROPAGANDA issue, the first printing, perf 11¼. An unused example. Scarce. (Hibernian #L11) - Est £60

Lot 965 - 1922 - POSTMARKS: Large stockbook of mainly 1922 2d orange Provisionals (SG 12, 34/4 or 50) with village and town POSTMARKS. Most are on piece and all are identified from A-Y. A good array of offices and dates and in total 280+ different post offices with multiple copies of many of the cancels. A great lot for further study. (Approx 1200 postmarks) - Est £300

Lot 966 - 1923 - Stampless cover with typed 'SAORSTAT EIREANN' at top to denote official business with good strike of CAISLEAN AN BHARRAIGH cds dated 23 OCT 1923. Addressed to 'Solicitor, Irish Land Commission, Dublin'. - Est £40

Lot 967 - 1925 - 5/- rose carmine GV 'Seahorse' issue with 'Irish Free State 1922' opt in black (wide date), a fine mint copy. (SG 87, Cat £80) - Est £40

Lot 968 - 1929 - MARITIME: Airmail cover franked with Great Britain 1929 2½d blue GV 'U.P.U.' issue (SG 437) and Ireland 1922 ½d bright green (SG 71) tied by two fine strikes of PAQUEBOT POSTED AT SEA DUN LAOGHAIRE cds dated 30 SEP 1929. Addressed to BELGIUM, returned with various unclaimed & Not Known marks. - Est £20

Lot 969 - 1932 - FIRST FLIGHT: Cover franked with 1922 6d claret (SG 79) tied by BAILE ATHA CLIATH Dublin cds dated 20 OCT 1932. Flown on the Galway - Berlin, Germany first flight with oval first flight cachet and straight line 'FIRST FLIGHT' both in turquoise on front. Addressed to GERMANY with arrival marks on front & reverse. (Muller #13) - Est £40

Lot 970 - 1939 - FIRST FLIGHT: Plain postcard franked with 1922 5d deep violet and 1939 2d scarlet (SG 78 & 109) tied by BAILE ATHA CLIATH Dublin cds dated 5 VIII 1939. Flown on the North Atlantic Airmail Service first flight from Foynes to Montreal with large first flight cachet in purple on front. Addressed to CANADA with arrival cds on reverse. (Muller #32) - Est £18

Lot 971 - 1940 - CINDERELLA: Circa 1940 block of four red & black labels inscribed 'EIRE PENN'A' showing four different views titled 'Hamot Hospital', 'St Vincent's Hospital', 'Erie Public Library' and 'Union Station', rouletted and mint with gum. Very attractive. - Est £20

Lot 972 - 1948 - 'Airmail' issue, the set of seven fine mint. (SG 140/3b, Cat £25) - Est £12

Lot 973 - 1845-1922 - POSTMARKS: Useful range of GREAT BRITAIN USED IN IRELAND with many diamond 'Numeral' postmarks and cds cancels on QV to GV issues, a good array of numerals inc many on piece 9 covers (8 QV and 1 GV) and noted a QV 2/6 with fine BALLYMENA cds. Mixed condition. Needs study & identifying. (29 postmarks & 9 covers) - Est £95

Lot 974 - 1934 - NORTHERN IRELAND - FIRST FLIGHT: Cover franked with Great Britain 1934 1½d red brown GV issue (SG 441) tied by BELFAST cds dated 1 DEC 1934. Flown on the Glasgow - Belfast - Liverpool - London first flight with first flight cachet in purple on front. Addressed to Liverpool. (Muller #262a) - Est £15

Lot 975 - 1860 - 1/- yellow brown QV issue, wmk 'Pineapple', a fine lightly used copy. (SG 6, Cat £25) - Est £12

Lot 976 - 1870 - ½d claret QV issue, wmk 'Crown CC', a fine mint copy. (SG 7, Cat £24) - Est £12

Lot 977 - 1883 - 1d rose QV issue, wmk 'Crown CA', a fine mint copy. (SG 18, Cat £80) - Est £32

Lot 978 - 1889 - 2d green QV issue, a fine mint copy. (SG 28, Cat £42) - Est £20

Lot 979 - 1889 - 2½d on 4d red brown QV issue, a fine mint copy. (SG 30, Cat £42) - Est £18

Lot 980 - 1890 - ½d green QV issue with 'OFFICIAL' opt 17mm long plus the later set of three all fine mint. (SG O1 & O3/O5, Cat £60) - Est £24

Lot 981 - 1905 - 5/- grey & violet, a fine mint copy. (SG 45, Cat £55) - Est £25

Lot 982 - 1905 - 6d lilac QV issue on ordinary paper, a fine mint copy. (SG 52, Cat £35) - Est £16

Lot 983 - 1912 - ½d green on buff GV postal stationery card (H&G 25) with large 'SPECIMEN' overprint in black. - Est £10

Lot 984 - 1913 - 2d + 1d brown on cream GV postal stationery envelope (H&G C1). A fine unused example. - Est £10

Lot 985 - 1916 - Small mint range of WAR TAX opts comprising the basic set of eleven inc couple of better shades. (11 stamps, SG 68e, 69, 69a, 70/2, 73/5, 76 & 77a, Cat £63+) - Est £25

Lot 986 - 1921 - 1½d green GV 'S.S. Verdala' issue, a fine mint side marginal block of six. Couple of light tone spots. (SG 96) - Est £10

Lot 987 - 1935 - MARITIME: Cover franked with Great Britain 1924 ½d green GV issue (SG 418) tied by PAQUEBOT KINGSTON cds with fine strike of large boxed 'OCEAN MAILS EX….ARIGUANI' ships cachet in purple alongside. Addressed to USA. - Est £25

Lot 988 - 1943 - PRISONER OF WAR MAIL: Stampless printed 'PRISONER OF WAR MAIL FREE, INTERNMENT CAMP JAMAICA, B.W.I.' postcard sent by a German POW with oval 'INTERNMENT & P. OF W. CAMP JAMAICA' cancel dated DEC 31 1943. Addressed to GERMANY with censor marks on front. - Est £45

Lot 989 - 1948 - £1 scarlet GVI 'Silver Wedding' issue, a fine mint copy. (SG 144, Cat £28) - Est £14

Lot 990 - 1956 - 3/- black & blue, 5/- black & carmine red and 10/- black & blue green QE2 issue all fine mint. (SG 171/3, Cat £45+) - Est £20

Lot 991 - 1929-1970 - Small group of covers with 1929 cover with 1929 1½d chocolate (SG 109) tied GARDON TOWN to UK, 1935 cover with 1935 1d GV Silver Jubilee issue tied MONTEGO BAY to UK, 1959 6d QE2 PS airletter with MONEAGUE cds to UK and pair of 1d brown on brown PSCs with CANE RIVER and TOMS RIVER temporary oval cancels both dated 1970. (5 items) - Est £30