Corrections & Updates


Updated Sunday, April 18, 2021 at 5:00pm EDT.

Sale posted at Stamp Auction Network on Wednesday, March 17th, 2021 at 12:30pm EDT.

LOT# Correction
10 There is a tiny filled-in pinhole to the right of the Queen’s mouth, not mentioned in the certificate.
16 There is a faint corner crease at top right not mentioned in the certificate.
31 The description should say 5 mint or unused, rather than 5 mint or used.
105 The catalogue value for this stamp is $900.
123 This stamp is a number 117, and catalogues $240.
198 The four 44c Walrus stamps identified by the owner as #1171c are in fact #1171a, perforated 12.5 x 13.1 from the booklet.
316 The #C1 shown in our scan #9 is a crude fake, and not a real $25,000 stamp.
324 The stamp on the left is a #11A, not a #10A.
362 This is actually a Scott 65-E15h essay, which catalogues $550.
543 Withdrawn.
603 This stamp is actually a #J60 and has a catalogue value of $250.
634 This stamp does not come with a certificate.
635 This stamp is accompanied by a 2001 Philatelic Foundation certificate.
725 For total clarity, this collection does not include the Stanley Gibbons listed British Forces in Egypt issue.
900 The 5 shilling value in this set is a bit faded at top.
964 The 4d value has a scuff at lower left.