G.B & Worldwide Stamps and Postal History (Auction number 49) Day 2
Auctioneer: Argyll Etkin Limited Location: London
Contact: Tel: 0207 930 6100 Fax: 0207 494 288
Date: 11th March 2022 Time: 10:30AM
Details: Please contact the office for sale details.
Please note new locations: Great Connaught Rooms,
61-65 Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5DA
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Thursday 10th March 2022 - to be sold at 10.30 am

Autographs, Stamp Boxes, Picture Postcards, Philatelic Literature 1 - 9
Air Mails
  General lots, G.B & Ireland including 1911 Aerial Post 10 - 64
  Europe, Transatlantic Flights, Americas, Middle East, Africa 65 - 96
  India, Persian Gulf 97 - 239
  Malaya, Far East, Australia, New Zealand 240 - 265
  Crash Mail 266 - 312
Wreck Mail, Train Crashes, Damaged Mail 313 - 330
World War One, including Air Forces, P.O.W & Internee Mail 331 - 397
World War Two P.O.W Mail, Cinderellas & Patriotic Labels 398 - 409
Great Britain
  Stamps 410 - 471
  Officials, Postal Fiscals, Postage Dues, Revenues & Cinderellas 472 - 495
  Postal History - Mixed Lots 496 - 515
  Cancellations, Christmas - Posted in Advance for Xmas Day 516 - 559
  Exhibitions, Congresses & Special Events 560 - 594
  Late Fees, Maritime Mail 595 - 622
  Military & Naval, Mulreadys, Pictorial Envelopes, Postage Dues 623 - 635
  Postal Reform, Postal Stationery 636 - 664
  Railways, Registered & Express Mail, Royalty, Telegraphs 665 - 686
  Uniform Penny Post - covers from the Peter Chadwick Collection 687 - 727
  Bristol, English Counties, Scotland 728 - 752

Friday 11th March 2022 - to be sold at 10.30 am

Worldwide Stamps & Covers - Mixed Lots, Proofs & Essays 753 - 768
British Empire - Mixed Lots, Omnibus Issues, Proofs & Essays 769 - 815
Aden, Antigua, Ascension, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Bechuanaland 816 - 847
Belgian Congo, including Katanga, Ruanda-Urundi, Zaire 848 - 1018
Bermuda, Bolivia, British Honduras, British Levant, British Solomon Islands 1019 - 1029
Brunei, Bulgaria, Canada, Cayman Islands, Ceylon, Chile, China, Colombia 1030 - 1067
Crete, Cyprus, Denmark, Egypt, Falkland Islands, Fiji, France & Colonies 1068 - 1102
Gambia, Germany & Colonies, Gilbert & Ellice Is., Gold Coast, Greenland 1103 - 1117
Grenada, Hong Kong & Treaty Ports, India & States, Ionian Islands 1118 - 1147
Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, KUT, Labuan 1148 - 1182
Leeward Islands, Malaya, Malta, Mauritius, Montserrat, Morocco, Nauru 1183 - 1207
New Zealand, Nigeria, North Borneo, Nyasaland, Palestine, Panama 1208 - 1232
Papua, including New Guinea, PNG 1233 - 1379
Paraguay, Peru, Pitcairn Island, Portugal & Colonies, Rhodesia 1380 - 1395
Russia, St. Helena, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Vincent 1396 - 1407
Sarawak 1408 - 1508
Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa including Provinces, Boer War 1509 - 1535
Sudan, Sweden, Trinidad & Tobago, Tristan da Cunha, UN, USA, Virgin Islands 1536 - 1550
Zanzibar 1551 - 1614


  A World collection in an album and stockbook, including Scandinavian local posts, and a large accumulation of G.B and foreign covers. Also a G.B QEII mint collection with 1971-88 commemoratives apparently complete. £150-250
  Mint and used collection in five albums, a stockbook and loose, some G.B decimal face (£37+) and F.D.Cs, some reasonable QV - QEII G.B and Empire. (1,000s). £140-160
  Mint and used accumulation in nine stockbooks or albums and loose including France with 1869 5f used, 1870-71 30c and 80c used, 1937 Museums pair used; French Polynesia 1969 100f unmounted and used on F.D.C; Germany; Venezuela; Hungary; Taiwan; Liechtenstein 1949 Philatelic Exhibition miniature sheet mint; Polish forces in Italy; Wallis & Futuna with 1941 "France Libre" 60c and 2f.50 mint; Philippines WW2 issues; Red Cross and Freedom from Hunger stamps; China 1900 $5 no watermark mint (2, S.G. 132, £5,500, severe creasing), etc. (1,000s). £250-350
  Middle East. Mint and used accumulation in two stockbooks and on pages including British Postal Agencies in the Gulf, Abu Dhabi with 1964 set and 1966 surcharge set unmounted, Qatar, Kuwait with 1939 set mint, Bahrain, Dubai, Saudi Arabia, etc. Also some covers including 1919 cover bearing Saudi Arabia 1917 1pa, ⅛pi and ¼pi, 1972 registered cover with imperf Fujeira stamps depicting birds or butterflies, F.D.Cs, etc. (100s). £300-400
  Covers and cards including WW1 and WW2 forces mail; c.1936 Spanish Civil War cover from a prisoner in Santona Camp to England with boxed "CENSURA MILITAR / CAMPO DE CONCENTRACION / del Dep. No 2 - SANTONA"; 1940 (June 10) postcard from Zurich to London delivered in April 1945 with boxed "DETAINED IN FRANCE / DURING GERMAN / OCCUPATION"; picture postcards, some Swiss stamps, etc. (c.180). £100-120
  A large accumulation of worldwide covers in a box including British West Indies, postal stationery, air mails, P.O.W and military, etc. (Many 100s). £250-300
  World covers and cards, prestamp to modern, including 1899 Turkish cover with "British Consulate Kurdistan" seal, India WW1 and WW2 P.O.W mail (10), 1936 Hong Kong cover with enclosed letter both made of wood, 1900 postcard with Austrian, German and Russian stamps, 1878 cover from France to Syria with Marseille B.M datestamps, 1908 Portuguese India cover with 6r strip of four cancelled at Mormugao, 1900 Austria advert cover redirected from London to Constantinople with B.F Stevens U.S Despatch Agent cachet, 1941 cover from USA to Thailand with a red Thailand Officially Sealed label, 1939 (Sep 4) Palestine censor, also military, P.O.W, Paquebots, postal stationery, first flights, etc. (100s). £400-500
  c.1818-2000 World covers and cards including Sweden, air mails, 1936 Scipio crash cover from Palestine with red "Damaged by Sea Water" cachet, etc. Also a quantity of French Antarctic Territories stamps in mint sheets or blocks. (100s). £120-150
  Military Mail. c.1900-80 Covers, mainly WW1 and WW2 forces mail including WW1 F.P.Os in Egypt, naval and P.O.W, WW2 F.P.Os in Iceland, some civil censors, etc. (Many 100s). £250-300

Essays & Proofs

  Bradbury Wilkinson & Co. Die Proof in black, depicting a vignette of a lady with a dragon on her helmet, numbered "1545", not philatelic; also c.1932 and c.1970 advertising labels in blocks of six, samples of Bradbury Wilkinson printing (3) depicting engraving and a printing press, Nelson and H.M.S "Victory", etc. (18). £100-150
Click to view full image... Proofs in black on thin wove paper (180x114mm) of frames of seven sample stamps inscribed Australia, Imperial Chinese Post, Peru (2), International (2) or New Zealand, all based on other postage or revenue stamps including the USA 1883 2c and 1908 Louisiana Purchase 2c, Cuba 1899 1c, etc., signed "E.D PATTERSON", attached to thin card, 229x149mm. An unusual item, the printer unknown. Photo on Page 132. £150-200
  c.1925 Proofs comprising a Lion Rampant and copies of the head vignettes of King George V (as used for the 1912-18 issue of Canada), President Franklin (as used for the 1894-95 USA 1c), and King Alphonso (as used for the 1922-30 issue of Spain), the vignettes all incomplete, printed in black on wove paper. An unusual piece, 112x81mm, the printer unknown. £100-120
Click to view full image... 1955 De La Rue dummy stamp inscribed "Ruritania" with a 40c value, the unique group comprising original stamp size photos upon which the design was based (2, one with the sky roughly painted in blue); initial rough pencil sketch in brown, green and blue; finely handpainted essay in the adopted design on thick card, 95x102mm; and a coloured proof applied to thick card, 102x99mm. A fine group. (5). Photo on Page 134. £200-250
Click to view full image... Various artwork and proofs from the papers of Stanley D. Scott, who worked for Waterlow & Sons from 1935-40 and 1946-61, becoming Manager of the Artists Department, and then went to work for Harrison & Sons. The interesting lot includes a fine large painting of Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia on card with two die proofs of this portrait, probably produced for a banknote; two examples of security printing in differing colours inscribed "WATERLOW & SONS LIMITED", and proofs of various security printed background designs (11) probably all produced for banknotes; 1976 Concorde Bahrain to London cover with signatures of the flight crew on a separate overlay; handpainted edge pattern designs (6) and a picture of Spanish Conquistadors fighting South American Indians, produced for documents or banknotes; Sultan of Brunei portrait, printed and photographic proofs; artwork of ships and boats on thick card (5); heraldic design artwork and photographic proofs (3); 1984 TUC Tolpuddle Martyrs F.D.C original artwork (2) and proof; transparent overlay with handpainted Beefeater and Tower of London; artwork and proofs (2) of an unknown man; stamp size photos of fishing industry artwork (8), etc. Also a 1961 copy letter from Waterlow confirming Scott's 26 years service and stating he is only leaving due to the closure of the Waterlow factory. (50++). Photo on Page 138. £200-300
  Photographs of various essays from the papers of Stanley Scott, artist at Waterlow and later Harrisons (see lot 766) comprising stamp size coloured photos of unadopted Bahrain stamps (11, three in colour), an unadopted Trinidad 1980 Queen Mother 80th Birthday stamp and two unadopted Uruguay stamps (dated 1951); similar stamp size photos of artwork for Malta 1970 U.N Anniversary stamps (3), Uruguay 1954 stamps (3), Mauritius 1972 Theatre Anniversary pair, Malaysia 1971 Negara Bank 25s (4), Malta 1971 booklet covers (2), 1980 Ivory Coast bird stamps in colour (4), and arms inscribed "Majulah Singapura"; also Republic of Cuba cigar stamp imperforate proof in green attached to a Harrison & Sons Ltd card and a photographic proof of the same stamp. An interesting group, some probably the only surviving record of certain unadopted designs. (Proof + photos of 34 essays). £200-300
  1976-83 Original artwork for various stamps comprising Montserrat Christmas 1983 $2 adopted design; Liberia 1979 OAU 16th Anniversary unadopted designs (4); St Vincent 1978 Butterflies, adopted designs for the five values by Daphne Padden; artwork showing the Prince of Wales feathers, apparently for a Republic of Comores souvenir sheet; and Republic of Niger 250f air post stamp adopted design, also progressive colour proofs of the Niger stamp in the four single colours, in blue and yellow or in the issued colours. (12 essays + 6 proofs). £350-400


  Mint and used stamps in nine stockbooks or albums including British Somaliland with 1905 KEVII 1a pane of sixty mint; Sudan with 1941 and 1948 sets mint; British Guiana with 1934 set mint, 1938 sets mint (3); British Honduras; British Occupation of Italian Colonies; British Levant, also a very sparsely filled Imperial album, etc. (1,000s). £300-400
  QV-QEII Extensive collection in over 40 albums, principally British Commonwealth, mainly unmounted mint, including Aitutaki, Anguilla, Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Barbuda, Belize, British Honduras, British Antarctic Teritory, British Indian Ocean Territory, Cayman Islands, Christmas Island 1958-98 virtually complete, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Cook Islands, Dominica, Falkland Islands including 1938 definitives lightly mounted, Falklands Dependencies and South Georgia, Gambia, Gibraltar, Grenada, Guyana, Kiribati, Montserrat, Nevis, Norfolk Island 1947-85 virtually complete, Penrhyn, Pitcairn, St. Helena to 1980, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, 1976-96 Tuvalu, 1980-85 Vanuatu, also some booklets. (1,000s). £450-500
  G.B Stamps overprinted for offices in Morocco, Persian Gulf or British Occupation of Italian Colonies, the mainly mounted mint collection in an album, with useful Morocco Agencies, Tangier, etc. S.G. £2,250 (approx). (100s). £150-180
  1955 G.B Castles definitives overprinted for use in Persian Gulf offices or Tangier, comprising Bahrain sets in unmounted corner pairs (2), 2r on 2/6 unmounted corner blocks (2) and used set; Qatar type I and type II sets used; Kuwait 10r on 10/- unmounted mint corner pair; Eastern Arabia 5r on 5/- mint block, mint and used singles; Tangier unmounted mint sets in pairs and singles, used 2/6 block of eight and 5/- block of six, several with re-entries identified, all superb. S.G. £635++. (60). £200-240
  British Africa - Basutoland, Bechuanaland and Swaziland. Mint and used accumulation in four stockbooks including Basutoland 1938 1d Tower flaw unmounted, 1938 sets unmounted mint (4) and used, 1954 set unmounted; Bechuanaland 1925-27 set mint, 1938 set mint and used; Swaziland 1938 mint range (many unmounted) with 2/6 (11), 5/- (10), 10/- (10), etc. (Many 100s). £300-400
  British West Africa. Mint and used accumulation in three stockbooks including Nigeria with 1936 set mint, 10/- used; Sierra Leone with 1938 set mint and used; Gold Coast with 1913 20/- used; Togo 1915 20/- mint, etc. (100s). £250-300
  British West Indies. The extensive dealers stock in 21 stockbooks or albums, many useful mainly KGV-QEII stamps and sets, including Anguilla; Antigua with 1903 1/- used, 1913 5/- and 1922 4/- mint, 1938 set mint and used; Bahamas with 1937 Coronation Specimen set, 1938 sets mint (3) and 2d short "T" variety within a block of eighteen, 1940 set mint and used, 1948 sets mint (2) and used; Barbados with 1912 set mint, 1916 set mint with 3d shade, 1920 set mint; Bermuda with 1939 5/- used, 1953 sets mint (2); Dominica with 1886 4d malformed "CE" used (S.G. 24a, minor toning), 1908 set mint, 1938 set mint and used; Grenada with 1934 set mint and used, 1938 sets mint (2); Jamaica with 1912 set (all shades) mint, 1919 and 1921 sets mint, 1938 sets mint (3), 1956 set mint and used; Montserrat with 1938 sets mint (2) and used; St. Kitts with 1903 5/- mint, 1905 set mint, 1923 2/- - 5/- mint, 1938 sets mint (3) and used; St. Lucia; St. Vincent with 1913 set to £1 mint, 1928 £1 mint; Trinidad & Tobago with 1914 £1 mint (creased), 1922 set to £1 mint, 1938 sets mint and used (3); Turks & Caicos with 1909 set mint, War Tax varieties (including S.G. 143 vertical pair, overprint virtually omitted from lower stamp), 1922 4d reversed watermark mint, 1938 set mint and used, 1950 set mint, 1957-60 sets mint and used; Virgin Islands with 1899 ½d value errors within a mint block of nine (S.G. 43a/b), 1913 set mint, 1938 set mint and used, 1956 set mint and used. A good lot, condition generally fine. (1,000s). £1,200-1,500
  British West Indies. 1894-1948 Covers and cards comprising Antigua 1911 registered cover franked 5/- (S.G. 40, £180 as a stamp); Barbados (4) with 1907 registered cover bearing Kingston Relief Fund 1d blocks with overprint upright (one no stop after 1d) or inverted, 1920 registered cover franked Victory 1/- (S.G. 209, £55), 1948 stampless cover with 1d postage due; Cayman Islands 1912 registered cover franked ¼d block of four and KEVII 6d; Grenada 1896 cover with QV 2½d - 1/- (S.G. 51/5, £195 as stamps); St Kitts 1933 registered cover franked 5/- (S.G. 47c, £100); St. Lucia postcards with KEVII ½d cancelled "CAYENNE A FORT DE FRANCE" seapost datestamp (2) or ½d pair tied boxed "Posted / on / Board" of Barbados; Tobago 1884 registration envelope to USA franked 1/- block of four (S.G. 24); Trinidad 1916 "Our Day" Postcard and cover with Red Cross One Fraction stamp both franked Red Cross 19.10.16 1d; Virgin Islands 1904 2½d cover registered to USA uprated 4d (S.G. 37, £70), 1905 cover bearing KEVII set of nine, 1911 registered cover franked 1/-, and 1928 registered cover franked 3d + 1/- + 2/6 (S.G. 99/100, £72). A good group, all with some interest, some scarce stamps on cover. (22) £450-550
  Cyprus, Gibraltar and Malta. The extensive mint and used accumulation in nine stockbooks including Cyprus 1938 sets mint (2), Gibraltar KGVI definitives mint with 5/- (10), 10/- (4) and £1, etc. (1,000s). £400-500
  North Borneo, Brunei, Labuan and Sarawak. Mint and used selection in a stockbook including North Borneo 1931 set mint, 1950 set unmounted, 1961 set mint, 1939 postage due set unmounted; Brunei 1895 set mint, 1906 25c - 50c mint, 1907 set mint, 1947 set mint; Sarawak 1934-41 set used, 1950 and 1955 sets unmounted, etc. (100s). £300-400
  Pacific Islands. The extensive dealers stock in seventeen stockbooks and on pages, many useful KGV-QEII stamps and sets, including Gilbert & Ellice Islands with 1911 set used, 1912 5/- used (3), 1922-27 set to 10/- mint and used, 1940 postage due sets mint (2, one unmounted); Fiji with 1912 ¼d - 1/- and 1922 2/6 in used blocks of four, 1938 set mint and 2½d extra island flaw used (2), 1940 postage due sets unmounted (2, one corner marginal); New Hebrides with 1925 set used, 1938 set unmounted and 10/- used, 1938 postage due set used; British Solomon Islands with 1938 set mint, 1956 set mint and used; Cook Islands with 1938, 1944 and 1949 sets mint and used; Pitcairn Island with 1965 I.T.U 2/6 inverted watermark mint, covers; also Tonga, Samoa, PNG and New Guinea, Christmas Island, Cocos, Nauru, Norfolk Island and Niue. (1,000s). £800-1,000
Click to view full image... South Atlantic Islands. Mint and used accumulation of St. Helena, Tristan da Cunha and Ascension, including St. Helena 1912 set mint, 1922 1/6 - 10/- mint, 1934 Centenary set mint (with additional 2/6, 5/-), 1938 sets mint (4, two unmounted, also 5/- and 10/- blocks unmounted) and used, 1953 sets mint; Tristan 1952-65 sets mint; Ascension 1924-33 set mint with 1d shade, 1934 set used, 1938-53 KGVI issues with various perfs and shades including mint 2/6 (12), 5/- (11), 10/- (13), used 10/- (2), 1956 set unmounted, etc. A good lot, in five albums or stockbooks. (1,000s). Photo on Page 126. £600-800
  Booklets. 1945-73 Booklets including KUT, Nyasaland, Nigeria, Canada, South Africa, British Guiana, etc, all fine. S.G. £1,000+. (41). £200-250
  Covers - India/N.S.W. 1829 Entire letter from Trichinopoly to Scotland with smudged red "TRICHINOPOLY / POST PAID", backstamped boxed "INDIA LETTER / PLYMOUTH" and oval "OUT STATION / MADRAS / SHIP LETTER"; and 1853 cover to Scotland with red Paid Melbourne datestamp, the enclosed letter from "Nairn, via Bulla Bulla". (2). £100-120
  c.1969 De La Rue sample books, two volumes with red leather covers containing 37 pages bearing various 1963-69 stamps, including Tristan, Nyasaland, Bahamas, Gilbert & Ellice Is., Jordan revenues, Qatar, Kuwait, 1963 Red Cross Centenary, etc. £100-150

Omnibus Issues

Click to view full image... 1935 Silver Jubilee issue, complete with Egypt forces seal, superb unmounted mint. S.G. £1,600. (250). Photo on Page 126. £500-600
  1935 Silver Jubilee, sets on covers (36, nearly all differing countries, also two countries with sets split between two covers, twelve first day uses), and various other covers with part sets. (51). £300-350
  1935-53 Mainly mint collection in an album and on pages including 1935 Silver Jubilee (232 stamps, missing Egypt forces seal and 17 other stamps), 1948 Silver Wedding high values mint (62) or used (6), etc. Also various Empire and foreign in two further albums or stockbooks. (100s). £200-240
  1935-1964 Mint and used omnibus issues, duplicated range in three stockbooks or albums, including 1949 U.P.U complete unmounted, 1953 Coronation unmounted mint (missing Tristan da Cunha), extensive 1937 Coronation and 1946 Victory issues. (1,000s). £250-300
  1935-2015 Omnibus issues in three albums including 1935 Silver Jubilee Sierra Leone set perforated "SPECIMEN" and unmounted mint stamps from 18 other countries (75 stamps), 1948 Royal Wedding mint high values (9), etc. Also some other Empire and Foreign. (100s). £130-160
  1937-53 Omnibus issues on covers, mainly complete sets with many F.D.Cs, also some commercial covers, comprising 1937 Coronation (132, from 48 countries), 1946 Victory (29), 1949 U.P.U (134, from 68 countries), and 1953 Coronation (15), also a few associated covers. (310+). £500-600
Click to view full image... 1948 Royal Silver Wedding complete unmounted mint. S.G. £2,250. (138). Photo on Page 126. £700-800
Click to view full image... 1948 Royal Silver Wedding complete mounted mint. S.G. £2,250. (138). Photo on Page 126. £300-400
  1948 Royal Silver Wedding, mint and used selection in a stockbook, including high values mint (39, many unmounted) or used (7), mainly fine. (100s). £180-220

British Colonial Proofs & Essays

Click to view full image... 1875 Queen Victoria head Die Proof in black with uncleared surround, on white glazed card dated "Aug. 5 1875" and endorsed "DLRs Original", 92x60mm. Photo on Page 128. £150-200
Click to view full image... 1875 Queen Victoria head, Die Proof of a small head in black on white glazed card, dated "Feb. 9 1875", 92x60mm. Photo on Page 128. £150-200
Click to view full image... c.1880 Die Proof of a Queen Victoria head in oval frame, uncleared surrounds, printed in green on white glazed card, 92x60mm. A fine De La Rue proof. Photo on Page 128. £100-120
Click to view full image... 1891 Britannia Head (or "Minerva Head") vignette die proof in a circular frame with uncleared surround, in black on white glazed card, slightly reduced to 83x60mm, stamped "BEFORE / HARDENING" and dated "13 MAR. 91", minor toning, a scarce De La Rue proof. Photo on Page 128. £100-120
Click to view full image...Click to view full image... c.1891 Britannia Head (or "Minerva Head") De La Rue dummy stamps in various colours, various plain, lined or solid backgrounds to the Head vignette, all in mint blocks of four. (15 Blocks). Photo on Page 128. £500-600
Click to view full image... 1891 "Africa" Essays with central Minerva Head, Master die proof with blank value and country tablets, and a die proof of the 2½d value tablet with "AFRICA" name, both in black on white glazed card, reduced to stamp size, attached to a piece cut from the De La Rue striking book, endorsed "Oct 11, 12 leads each die". A unique piece. Photo on Page 128. £250-300
Click to view full image... 1891 "Africa" 2½d essay, two adjacent proofs in green on thin card, 120x79mm, minor spotting, very scarce and unusual. Photo on Page 134. £300-350
Click to view full image...Click to view full image...Click to view full image...Click to view full image... 1891 "Africa" 2½d essays, mint marginal stamps printed in purple and lilac, green and carmine, green and chestnut or green and purple, each colour on both coated and uncoated papers, all superb unmounted mint. (8). Photo on Page 128. £400-500
Click to view full image...Click to view full image... 1891 Imperforate Imperium proofs on Crown CA paper, 6d "Postage Postage" proof in brown and green, unmounted mint, tiny stain spot to left of QV head; and "Postage & Revenue" 6d vertical pair in purple and black on red paper, value tablets with plain or lined background, traces of gum only. (3). Photo on Page 126. £200-250
Click to view full image...Click to view full image... 1891 Imperforate Imperium 6d "Postage & Revenue" proofs on Crown CA paper, vertical pair with reversed watermark in green and orange, the lower stamp with horizontal lined background to the value tablet; and a single in green and violet, small part gum, very fine. (3). Photo on Page 126. £250-300
G.B & Worldwide Stamps and Postal History (Auction number 49) Day 2
Auctioneer: Argyll Etkin Limited Location: London
Contact: Tel: 0207 930 6100 Fax: 0207 494 288
Date: 11th March 2022 Time: 10:30AM
Details: Please contact the office for sale details.
Please note new locations: Great Connaught Rooms,
61-65 Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5DA
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