Lot 430, Nova Scotia 1851 one shilling dull violet Heraldic, XF with oval grid cancel

Lot 430, Nova Scotia 1851 one shilling dull violet Heraldic, XF with oval grid cancelLot 430 Nova Scotia #7 1851 1sh dull violet Heraldic Imperforate, used with a crisp oval grid cancel and four large and even margins, with deep colour and extremely fine. This lovely stamp has three expert signatures on back (in pencil) plus a 2010 Greene Foundation certificate. A truly remarkable example of this rare stamp. Rsv. Unitrade CV$9,000.

Lot 503, Ascension 1938 definitive issues with curved SPECIMEN

Lot 503, Ascension 1938 definitive issues with curved SPECIMEN (high value)Lot 503 Ascension S.G. #38S-47S 1934 (8d, 1sh), 1938 ½d to 10sh Definitive Issues Perforated 13.5 with Curved Perforated SPECIMEN, also included are the 1934 8d and 1sh which are unused (no gum) (S.G. 27, 28, £500 not included in catalogue value given), rest are mint never hinged, with some gum toning else very fine. Catalogue value of £1,000 would include the five low values issued after 1938 (not included). Scott #29/49. S.G. CV £1,000.
Lot 503, Ascension 1938 definitive issues with curved SPECIMEN

Lot 526, Bermuda 1938-51 King George VI high values selection in blocks of four

Lot 526 Bermuda #124, 127, 128 1938-51 Group of King George VI High ValuesLot 526 Bermuda #124, 127, 128 1938-51 Group of King George VI High Values, Perforated 13, all mint never hinged lower right plate 1 corner blocks of four, includes 2 blocks of 2sh6d (Scott 124 shades, SG 117c, 117d), one block of 12sh6d (Scott 127, SG 120c) and one block of £1 (Scott 128, SG 121d). Scott catalogue value given is for cheapest shade, and for hinged only (never hinged ratio is just under 100%). S.G. catalogue value is £832. A lovely group, very fine and fresh. Scott CV U$676.