Essex Stamp Auctions

Sale 30 on 27th April 2014

Catalogue Front Cover

Welcome to our latest Auction catalogue and we are pleased to present for Sale material from 64 vendors including several large Estates and probate Properties.

Europe is especially well represented this time with an exceptional section of France and Colonies, also very good Germany & Area, Italy with Colonies, specialized Czechoslovakia and Hungary both of which have been exhibited at club level. There is also a special section of early Israel and Transjordan including Doar Ivri sets with Tabs.

There is plenty of British Commonwealth too with collections and mixed lots throughout the sale. Most notably Bahamas, Bermuda with plenty of Key Plate types, Canada with early Provinces and covers, Gibraltar including a KGV £5, Falkland Islands including the very rare 1933 Centenary set fine used, Malta with high values, Rhodesia with Double Heads and more.

Good single items and covers including Batum and British Levant Correspondence, USA including some very good collections and mixed lots. The rare 1918 Jenny sheet is worth a special mention. Ok, its not inverted, but even so a very attractive display piece for US collector or Airmail enthusiast. Plenty of mixed cover lots as well so check out our cover section, as well as good individual covers under each country.

In the GB section some good multi box estates, collections with higher values and scarce KGV First Day covers of particular note.

At the Marriott Hotel, Old Shire Lane, Waltham Abbey, EN9 3LX. Just off Junction 26 of the M25 View Map

News

Our February sale proved to be our best yet in terms of attendance and realisations with some fabulous prices achieved for our vendors.

Overall results were £231,000 including premium and there were many individual standout lots, particularly in the Commonwealth sections.

British Africa was certainly in demand as collectors vied for the fine quality singles and collections. In the KUT section for example, the rare 1922 £75 overprinted specimen sold for £2070 and the £100 value at £2875 (almost full catalogue value). Ceylon high values were also popular. The 1912 1000r again with specimen overprint was finally knocked down for £977 against an estimate of £650.

If you have material for inclusion in our next sale, please contact Rob on 01376 585357 to arrange our free appraisal.

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