Lot 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 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 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.